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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 29, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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January 29, I960CIRCULATING ,PUBLISHED WEEKLY CNAL. POINT By PAUL RARDIN

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' Arbor Day Huge Spent Sum For RoadsOver Being 25 Years Doing One Planning Meet Feb.GroupTo 1-4 I 11 h Speed Limit Still I


Held Pahokee ClubThe $208 million in road and Thing Well, That's The Planning-'Committee for the Bone Of Contention '-
bridge construction
projects were 'Youth-Adult Life Institute
Family
Pahokee Garden Club held I under way in the state during December James T. PlattA which will be conducted at Paho ,

its annual Arbor Day program at according to a monthly kee High School, Feb. 1-4. by Dr.I. The City of Pahokee and the
the January meeting at the home progress report issued today by Douglass Brown under the sponsorship State Road Department are still at
of Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, with Mrs.I William B. Killian Chairman. ')f ( Story By Paul Rardin Owner) | of the Parent-Teacher Association odds in regard to. maximum speed
Norman A. the State Road Board.. (The Everglades News) limit for Bacom Point Road a
Kennedy, president,f met at the home of Mrs. :
presiding. In addition to the $208,123,010 Twenty-five years ago'this morning Lloyd Hundley, chairman of the three-mile stretch of,city street included -

Mrs. L. W. Armstrong, birds and ol projects already under construction at eight o'clock James Tj Parent and Family Life Committee in State Road No. 715. SRD
conservation committee chairman, Chairman Killian said that. (Jake) Platt walked into the front with the director to discuss wants the speed limit raised to 45
Lids were received for $9,103,470in miles per hour while the City insists -
spoke on, "The Marvels and Mys-, preliminary plans for the institute.
teries of Migrating Birds." : new. construction. offee I .Other members of the committee this is, too hjgh a speed for
An invitation During the month contractswere tained this routine- the the, thickly populated residential
was received from during past attending were :Mrs. Joe E. ]
the Clewiston Garden'' Club for I formally executed for road ouarter of a century. He came to Thompson, registrationMrs.. N. R. street and ,desires them x1inum
Pahokee club members to attend construction totaling $6,265,830 Canal Point with his young wife Lemondr, auditorium; :Mrs. W. O. limit be kept down to the present "

the flower arrangements course to while work completed and accepted and six months, old daughter. Moss, publicity; Mrs., J. W. Vann. 35 mile per hour.
be given by Mrs. Paul Ogletree in by the Department in the period Joann (Now Mrs. R. B. Chastain, (-librarian; Mrs W. S. Plumer films The City Council in regular

the Sugarland Auditorium, Mar. amounted to $9,899,434. Jr., of St. Petersburg and projections Mrs. R. M. Sanders session Monday night instructed
17'I' William D. Singer of Miami. Since that time the Platts have nursery; W. O. Moss FTA-j.City Attorney Ralph O. Johnsonto

Jess M. Elliott reported the Board member from the become the parents of two other president, and Brooks Henderson, make up'a resolution protestingthe
club netted $349.55 from its holi- Fourth District reported that construction daughters Mrs. A. William Schell Pahokee High School principal.The ., raising of the speed limit on,
day fruit cake sales project. Small under 50 contracts in the j i i o* Cocoa and :Miss Judy Platt wno' .final meeting of the committe Bacom Point Road to 45 mpr by
savings banks were distributed to I J* counties comprising this district)4 4I I 13 a student at Florida State University will be held at the horpe of Mrs. j'SRD. This'ove was made follow-

members at. the meeting these I accounted for $60.641,480. of the at Tallahassee. Also they I Hundley Monday at 4 p. m., the ing a' recent special meeting of
SRD officials of the Traffic Survey
banks to be turned inat the May ftate total.Hibiscus have become grandparents with I} meeting to be followed by a buffet -
the Chastains in !I Division from 'Fort Lauderdale
luncheon meeting contents to go St. Petersburg supper.
into, the club's,building fund being having a four months old daughter. -: w witH Mayor F, S, Parriah and -
Tree Is. Council members. After
raised to finance the construction Miss Debra Louise and Lt. and: an agree-
Ladora ment on this issue could not be
t of a n'ew Garden Center--3uilding I Mrs. Schell having aJ.7 months old Crosby New
'k. at Pioneer Park l By Club I daughter Miss Cornelia Elizabeth. reached at the meeting, the Traffic 1
Survey officials announced that
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It was announced Charles Thull- IIite1 Through the years'Mr. Platt has! WorthY.Advisor :
berry ,wil. speak on_":Hibiscus Cul been, in charge{ pie mechanical i they were going to recommend to
'XL ji-""* SRD that the limit this
speed on
ture" at 'the-February ''meeting-at T&evCanaT Point .Gardjen. .Clubplanted : '
'Evergladesews '" tr .45 .
to
to the home, of...'Mrs.- .--.- 'Ruth, .- .,,- V.. .. Mere-.- --' a"_hibiscus .,tree ..on.. .the Ladora Cbsby; was installed.Jew. 'The etr'be' raised: ,mpr.Counctfon.iwo -. -o-A
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!1tb: school grounds' as part of its annual nate from a health standpoint in 11 worthy advisor, of Pah ke!.. ssemllbly : : -
[casions during the few months ,
In the Arbor Day observance ant Arbor Day observance pro- that he has missed only a ,handful No. 16, Order of, Rainbow for past
has expressed its opposition
r Annona tree commonly known as gram. Mrs. J. H. Miller, roadside cf days from illness during the 251 Girls, at an installation ceremony' I resolution to the SRD's request for by;
the custard apple tree was plan- and civic improvement committee years: He' is a Linotype operator|held in the !Masonic Hall. Monday aii increase in the speed limit on
t ed in Pioneer Park, which adjoins chairman, was in charge of the and accomplished printer and has night.
,Bacom Point Road. Currently
Mrs. Hundley's home under the I planting. She was assisted-by Mrs. complete charge of the printing I I Other new officers inductedwere residents living on this street
; supervision of Mrs. Meredith. The Glenn Miller.. department of the plant. Kay Hughes worthy associate -
are circulating a petition pro-
seed for this tree which grew in The rest of the Arbor Day Program Mr. and Mrs. Platt live in Pahokee advisor; Joyce Brown charity; continued
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(continued on page 8) presented by Mrs. Miller at where they own their home and 1 i ]Elizabeth: Humphries, hope; Mar-

.. the January meeting of the club some adjoining property. They,I 1 tha Sellers faith; Amy-R o e 11 -- .
was at the home of ,Mrs. Ralph have made their home there for{I Young recorder; Linda Woofter, Sod Busters Plan
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, I Maxson. Sharon Johnson, a stu 13 years since moving into their 11 treasurer; Peggy McElhenny .
- County Building: pmt at the Canal Point School, own home from Canal Point. Mr. chaplain; Linda Sears drill leader;' Work Shop Day

Rules Discussed, read a paper on the "Origin of Arbor ,- Platt enjoys hunting 'and fishing Ton' Touchberry, love; Betty Jo
Day.." Ricky Parker, also a and during' the hunting season I ]Phillips religion; Gale Sears nature _- The Sod Busters Garden Circleat

An attempt to work out changes student, sang. "Trees." Mrs. Glenn usually comes in with his fair! 1 ; Sharon Watson fidelity;; the meeting Tuesday at the

in.county building requirements to Powell 3 '' gave a reading, "What Do chare of the game. ASa, fishermanhe I Alice Joy Wilson confidential observer home of Mrs Eloise Unwin, with
allow awnings and cabanas on mobile : We Plant?" ranks among the very best. ; 'Willandene Todd outer observer the president Mrs. Barbara Wilder -

homes was set for,a confer- Mrs. C. G. Coburn conducted a Commenting this morning on his ,. ; Alice Hurt, musician. presiding made plans for a
ence this week by the county zoning quiz on plant identification. Mrs. 25 years on a one job he said: "I[ I J I Members of the advisory board work shop day to be held at Mrs. .
commission and its zoning con- Miller and Mrs. Powell were host- don't know whether I can make,it I I i installed were Mrs. Marie Hughes Wilder's home on Feb. 2.
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sultant. esses during the' serving of refreshments another 25 years or not." Theji I|I chairman Mrs. Angelea Sears, Guest speaker was Russell Her-

Attorney M. L. Esary, representing .I Mrs. G. H. Tucker, opinion? of the writer is.that Jake Mrs. Catherine Ammons Mrs. ring of the Kilgore Seed Company,
, a group of mobile home president; presided at the business is just about as good as new today I I Bernice Sheppard Mrs. Edna'Bar who spoke of the fertilizing of

owners, said county regulations session. and another 25 years won't make I I rett Mrs. Eleanor Bordeaux, Mrs. plants the ,control ,of insects: the
,rare to restrictive. She said anum- c bit of difference about his love I Velma Hall C. R. Wetherington,i use of rooting compounds and the
;; ber,of.her clients had been"served ( for work and regularity in attending I I Jr,, Bruce Nix and D. ,P..;Hughes.
: ,- llCiyil Defense Is like.He was assisted in the display '!>
f{' .. '" Swith notice.of violations ,and'werq to it. Mrs.: Florence _Keen was Installed*". "j I of various. plant.aids by Eli McCalUMrs. ..
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,; subject to criminal prosecution. I Saving Co. MoneyThe .. r mother advisor, Betty Holman had on"display -
..: ::_ 'Commissioner Roy Michael the I Instating! 'officer 'was,:Mrs. Marie J I for study by circle: members
: ,boards representative for zoning: county's Civil..Defense!;_de* !Hughes_who' was:,8.8Slsted.by; Mrs. four native dried plant decorative

affairs, explained the county.has partment dtuingthepast; yea;'.hAs WhiddenExplainsCourt Velma Hall, Kathy Wilson, ,AliceHurt arrangements designed by ,Mrs.
:. to trailer acquired: some $450,000 worth ..of I ,and Patsy Mims.
no objection awnings or Elizabeth Ludlam. It was announced -
f dditions providing the 'materials heavy equipment, the county commission WorkThadd The newsworthy advisor
the next business meeting win
. and structures meet building code learned Monday in a report System ed a corsage and gift to present-I I I be at the home'of Mrs. Beth Wilkinson -
requirements.The from Ellis Altman county CD installing officers and'to her
Feb. 23.
'commission said it was director. Whidden Paho er. She also presented a moth-I
without authority to grant Altman said the equipment was long-time tion to each of the,new ..
any
secured from government surplus lee attorney, explained to Pahokee will under her. '
serve I
waivers in favor of mobile home Arnette'Saves $ $ $
suggested the attorneyand for only the cost of moving it here. Rotarians' their Thursday lunch- Mr.. and Mrs. Raymond O. Cros-
owners '
her clients meet with the coun- The surplus property is now eon meeting the function of the by, parents of the new worthy advisor For P. B: County

ty zoning board in "'attempt to ed throughout the county. .locat-1 Florida courts system all the way were hosts during the serv- ,

: work out any proposed changes. lease basis.Altman from the State's supreme court, il'g of refreshments following the J, Alex Arnette, clerk of the
also ,reported ,3-17.{ installation. board
circuit court, told the county
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:, CD courses down to the localized justice of '
people had completed [ -4a. this week that a microfilm project
Scout Leaders [,during the past year and thai law peace court. He was introduced by Lions District had been started in his''office to
enforcement officers and firemen V{. S. (Bill), Plumer. program film all permanent records
.' ,Attend Council I are now taking CD courses. chairman. The club made plans to Meeting AttendedThose The film,process is expected to
-- I During the past year 129 meet- send a large delegation headed by take more,than a,year to completeand
Pahokee Girl Scout leaders whoa ings were held a radio network, President C. E. (Bill) Williams to from Canal Point who at- atfthe-end of that period
attended the semi-annual meeting established and a complete evacu- the International ,Rotary Conference tended the Lions Third District Arnettes .office will have two film
-, of the Palm-Glades Girl Scout ation plan worked out, the report in Miami May 29-June 2. Miss meeting at Lantana were Zone copies of all official recordsonetC

;'.' Council at the First PresbyterianChurch I noted, Carley Bracewell; Pahokee High Chairman and Mrs. J. W. Repper, be kept here, and one to be stored -
!. in West Palm Beach,Mon- The county commission this School ,student was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Echols Mr. outside the county as a safety
, day night were Mrs.YilHam S. week approved the use hospital Student Member Joey Alderman. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson and family precaution. '

.< Plumer Cypress Neighborhood buildings at International Airport Among the visitors was Thurmond H. H. Sears and James Gibson, The microfilm method, Arnette
r r chairman Mrs, James H. Wilkinson -! by the civil defense department Knight, former president of the president of the Canal Point Lions i said will eliminate the need for .
f; :: Jr., Mrs. E.,C, Johnson Mrs. Altman said the buildings will 'be club who now lives at Lake Park Club. While the Lions were at the I record books and storage space at

Leland Keene and Mrs, Glenn used for an emergency hospitaland end is a member of the Riviera meeting, the women and.children a considerable saving to the county -

.. for emergency, shelters. I Beach Rotary Club. visited James Melton's Autorama. : ',.:*, ,
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-rr Hunter Latham Presents Books To LibrarpBy

: rriU _Hurt in AccidentHunter Musical'ProgramA Mr. & MrsMSllis


Latham was able, to return musical concert, 'including Mr. and Mrs Wiley. Tillis presented -
to his home .in Canal Point sacred and popular Hungarian ,to the'bbrarys of the Pahokee -
I Monday from the Belle 'Glade:Memorial scngs, will be presented the 'First Baptist Church the past

. Hospital 'where he was a I. Canal Point > Methodist ,Church I week, in memory of the late, Mrs.
patient for several'days, receiving| Sunday, Jan. 31, at 7:30, p. m. by Myra Plumer, three inspirationalbooks
treatment for injuries suffered Mr. and Mrs. Jule Gybri, Hungarian -! "Through Gates of Splend-
: a car accident on SR SO in'I'I freedom.fighters and' refugees I I! or" by Elizabeth Scott, "Why the
Q Belle Glade and South Bay. Hunter I who together,with their*two small Chimes Rang" by Raymond MacDonald -
received a dislocated hip and sons,-are now making their home Alden, and "Did I Say
I bruises in the accident. His companions 'i in West Palm Beach. Mr. Gyroi That?" by Leslie B. Flynn.

Earl Kelly of Pahokee,t will also speak telljng of some of ... ....
The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Floridaf driver of the car, and Jim Cowartof I the experiences he and his .family -
Belle Glade were given first aid t went through during thp revolt' at Fair Attended &y,
f THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE,REGION HOME OFTOE treatment for minor injuries and Budapest and their escape, from
dismissed from the:.hospital.EXCESS I.the' communists. Girl Scout Troop
'EVERGLADES 'NEWSServing -. ... .
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. + FEES !I. CHAMBER-MEETING Members of Pahokee Girl Scout
the Lake Okeechobee''Farming Region"'Without The county commission this 4 Members;of the Pahokee'Cham: Troop No. 38 enjoyed their trip io

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years week received excess fees from bet of Commerce are asked to at- the South Florida Fair and Exposition -

: _. Established March 11, 1924 Published.Every Friday constitutional officers totaling tend the meeting in the chamber I on Saturday very much and
$313,462. The funds will be used cffice in the Civic Building Mon wish to thank Mrs. E. C. Johnson,
Subscription' Price:$2.00 Year: Advance to help operate the county Stetson day night,.Feb. 1, at 7 p.int. when a Mrs. W. S. Plumer, Mrs. Hugh

The Everglades News Is,Entered at:the Post Office Spfoul', county tax collector was vote will :be taken on the adoptionof 1 I I Branch, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Denton -
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second,,Class'Hatter credited for the largest check to the proposed revision of the I and Mrs. Pierce for furnishing
. the county-some 103000. chamber's constitution and bylaws. -' the transportation which made.the
Paul Rardin, Owner, Editor, Publisher ... .. trip possible.At .

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen of the regular meeting Wednes-
Atlanta, Ga., were called to Paho- Gordon Chase, a junior 'at the day night in the offices of Dr. E. C.

*?Here tfs ,What Transpired At Monday's kee by the illness of, her parents, University of Florida, is among the! Johnson's Clinic Troop 38 Scouts
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crosby. Mr. Al- UF students who are spending the discussed the work now in progress -
, Meeting Of The Palm Beach len returned to Atlanta the first of between-semesters vacation with on dog and cat and conserva-
'' the week. parents in Pahokee. tion badges.
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-The county commission :Monday during the Seminole Sun Festiv\L!! I

'approved use of a building Palm Called for bids returnable Feb.
Beach International Airport by theCity
23, for construction of a home for
of West Palm':Beach-a struc
ture which will be converted for the warden at the county stockade.

:use as a city jail. Agreed to call for bids for insurance

At the' same time the board ap on buildings in the conton- Phone 511- Pahokee Phone'WY 6-2550 -'Belle-Gla-de .
. proved setting up facilities for a ment area at PBIA.
dentention of. juvenile delinquentsfor Authorized Engineer Middletonand
SALES and SERVICE
the county juvenile department County Attorney Harry John- j 1.
ston to meet with U. S.
Engineers
The approval included a trade of to work out final details for a re- I I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances I iP '

buildings between the 'juvenile department -"I fund of $118,000 in Federal funds ,
and the city. rpent in construction of a sand iiii ji jtyilti.j3ig| ijijjij ijfor I ,
a Rentals were set'at $120 for the transfer plant in Palm Beach. The

:. dty and $75 monthly for the ju- refund will go to Palm Beach.

: \enile department funds which Approved aresolution changing < K k.M,+ .,a. (
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will be paid into the airport ac county polling places in West'Palm r>, >:'YY 9:%;Pr\L P.:?.A\'s.<, ,<%.'cfit;:/,+.1; .. ,, rx : s ,. YtN KKY
count. Beach to. conform with locations .9,. ; P.! ..L YY

County engineer Steve Middle- established by city officials. ; v
ton told the board it would cost an I Gave approval to the State Game [ :d q 'c' nbf
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estimated $27,3001a year .to ppe-j anjd Fresh Water Fish; Commissionto n:>, ...?"A : *.Y ..:.. Mk:
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facilities. erect radio antenna N,: : 'y .K
rate the detention a on an I :

In other actions this week. the : airport water tower. The radio i 1'' ;v/ : ; Srr)v ...AG.4u. iapK;io: ; '..': :' ,''YY .i
' board: J system will serve new Game and w .J.
:' ,-,Approved the use of. International Fish headquarters opened on Military f
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, : Airport for miget car races: Trail. ,
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r t. .. Mrs. Fred Woodcock and Mrs. Wayne Elliott has returned to
? A. B. Collins entertained at Mrs. :Pahckee from Durham, N. C.,

y' I COllins' home.'with;; a farewell party ,wbere he visited his parents Mr. ;,K,:. ,
honoring. Mrs. Donald Avera priorto and Mrs. B. Elliott, his father being
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., Mrs. Avera's departure for Or- a surgical patient at the Duke 1{,
lando where she is joining her husband Hospital. Wayne does not plan to t\\
and they will make their I return to ,his studies at Arkansas
home while he is stationed'there by A. & M. this semester. !

the U. S.; Air Force. Mrs. Avera .A. ., tt
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at;the Everglades Memorial Hospital sf '
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for two years while her husband Mr. and Mrs.John Wheeler (Gallic } { t
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t was stationed in California Barnes) of Indiantown an- ,t'P
before his recent transfer. by the nounce the birth of a son John

USAF to Orlando. Mark,at the Everglades Memorial ,
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Hospital, Jan. 23. t
POT LUCK,SUPPERThe Mr. and Mrs. Layman White & n 7
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Ladies of Pahokee ''Elks or- (Mavis Plank) of Clewiston 'announce .,

ganization, popularly known as the the birth of.a son, Laymen t
"LOPEs", entertained their hua- Ernest, Jr., at the Everglades Me- i : II. I II I

Lands at the Elks Home on East morial Hospital,,Jan. 23. --- II I

Main Street with a "pot-luck",supper Mrs. Billy Turbeville (Ann Rita M ,
'.t; Thursday night following the Burns) and infant daughter,

regular meeting of Pahokee BPOE Rhonda Camille, have returned I

;P Lodge 1638. The LOPEs will also home from Good Samaritan Hospital ,<," I -
I j bo hostesses' at suppers. following West Palm Beach, where more protection. / ,L:
the Feb 11th and Feb. 25th ;
meetings Rhonda'Camille was born, Jan. 21. 4
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TO,RAISE FUNDS .
FINE ARTS SORORITY The Canal Point Lions Club at productioh..profits
Members of.the Omicron Chap- the weekly dinner meeting in the
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ter of the Sigma Eta Fine Arts Community Building discussed '

Sorority, at meeting at the home plans for the 'annual fund-raising 1 A good lighting system is cheap insurance
., .. of the president,Mrs. c..T. Santee; project through the sale of electric i
against loss. Keeps prowlers prevents
away,
in Canal Point, made for '
plans a light bulbs, proceeds to go into the
accidents too because: hazards can-be '
Valentine's Day program in Febru- club's sight ,conservation project. spotted. : I
ary in which new -candidates will President James Gibson presided.
Also big dividends extra hours of '
.in
be pledged for membership into .L. pays
the sorority. Plans will be out- MALE QUARTET productive work and odd jobs after sundown

lined for the chapter's"- annual :A male quartet from the Church .
Place floodlights on the corners of building
-...: 'spring art exhibit,at this meeting. of the Nazarene Princeton Fla, ,
to both to avoid shadows.See
will sing at the morning and even- light, sides-atop poles .

HOME FROl\l.JAPAN ing worship services at the Paho the many outdoor lighting aids at electrical i
T-Sgt. James Barnes, son of Mr. kee Church of the Nazarene, Sun- i .
and Mrs.' Homer Barnes of Paho- day. A fellowship dinner.in their wiring contractors, electric appliance dealers, .
kee, who is stationed at the Tacai- honor will be held on the church and lighting equipment stores. -
.,. > wacia Air Force Base in Japan grounds following the morning ""
Indoors out "Sunshin Service '
or oors, -
will arrive in California this weekend service. ,-
..:. ;/ to take a 50-day training is still your biggest bargain ---

.1< course at the Travis Air Force Scoutmaster Phefix A. Slonakerand .
Base school. His wife and children a group of his Boy Scouts. .
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<- are remaining at their home in Canal Point Troop 624, attended FLORIDA POWER FLIGHT...CO. M BETT

'. Japan while l he is taking the the South Florida Fair and Exposition 'r Helping Build Florida'i .-

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I .!| PERSONAL NEWS NOTES J- 'I Disputed Are Okeyed Levees Congressman Rogers' Questionnaire .


This is' the annual 'questionnaire in which Congressman Paul;G.

Rogers asks the people of the Sixth Congressional District of Florida
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Mr. and Mrs. Andre Ganett and cral days with her son-in-law and: As an additional safeguard to express their views on some of the important issues that will come

son, Andre, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Colder -: against possible hurricane floodsin before Congress. f>

Earl Loveland all of Bloomfield, and family during the illness I the area. Lake Okeechobeeslevel Replies should be mailed to: Congressman, Paul G. Rogers-Room

Conn., visited Mr. and Mrs. Philo of her daughter.Mr. I 111 House Of fice< :-
will be raised from its present Building, Washington, D. C. "
... B. Williamson, former residents of and Mrs. Leland Shirley had 15 feet to 16.4 feet when 30 r : *

Bloomfield now living at Canal as guests the past week Mr. and I 1 miles of new levees in neighboring QUESTIONS YES NO.

Point. Mrs. .Val Williams and son, Val,I I Glades County uth of Okee- 1. Do you favor a Federal "Fair-trade .
Mrs. L. M. Collins and daughter, Jr., of Miami. chobee are coxhpleted. bill which would authorize manu- *'

Miss Corinne Collins, spent thepas't Miss Anne Lowe, student nurse A major flood control measure,: facturcrs of brand name merchandise ."-..' tcr, *' .

week at Marianna, where they at the Jackson Memorial Hospital but Ipng controversial, the action I to set minimum, re-sale price on such' >-. ,. ,.,, .
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were the guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. School of Nursing, spent the week- came last week when officials of goods at the retail 1 level? .__..._.... =*' .: F_It'-;_.
M. W. Cary and family.Mr. f'nd in Pahokee with her parents
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and Mrs. W.. H. Brewton Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lowe. Flood Control District finally 2. A Senate Committee is presently in- A ,'' -
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have as a guest their five-year-old Mr. and Mrs. Gorden Hillier and I agreed on the location of Levee 48. vcstigating drug prices. Do you think ..>+\.,::;.... :; '' : :

grandson Billy Brewton, of West I family had as guests the past week The $7,500,000"project of Levees the Federal Government should take '* ;'H"< "'! ,\-1.2.

Palm Beach. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs 48, 49 and 50 will run from Fish- action in this 'field? .__........._........._... _........... .' ;,..;;..'.,.. ;,
Mrs. Leon Guthrie returned of Orlando. eating Creek northeast toward .,"t.
home the first of the week from I Twenty members of Pahokee this city to the Kissimmee River 3. Should the interest ceiling on long *<; T> tt.

Lakeland where she was a patientat Boy Scout Troop No. 628, accom- First construction on the huge I term government bonds be raised? .... ."...." b .: ._....
the Lakeland Clinic for 10 days. panied by Scoutmaster Louis project will be on Levee 50 in the ..;;< ,. : ;-

Wayne Sears is spending two Mims. attended the South Florida Fisheating Creek area Flood Con-I 4. Proposals have been offered. to raise .:"..';*'('.. .*-. '.'f7i..

weeks with his parents, Mr. and Fair and Exposition on the open- trol District Engineer William the minimum wage from $1.00 to ti

Mrs. Pope Sears, at Canal' Point ing day, Saturday.The Storch reported. $1.25 and extend the coverage of the :, :,* .

during the semester break at. the Rev. and Mrs. Charles F. When Levees 48 through 50 are present law. Do you favor such a .* ';.- "i'i> ,.*' .

University of Fla. Crauswell had as guests over the finished Lake Okechobee will be proposal: ............................._..... :..._..IF.._. pi.'l.. _..._...._
Mr. and Mrs. weekend their son-in-law and completely surrounded hv. levees. X "$' --t t'>,\.
Claude Padgettand ., .-- --- '' .
Mrs. Gertrude Monroe visited daughter. nad :Mrs. E. L. Atcher except for the small stretch along 5. Do you favor elimination of Federal ,'-;i tJ;. ?* ;.
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daughter, Rhonda Camille, at Good en- Okeechobee-the northeast one. 6. Do you favor a cut in foreign aid .; : :- :: 4 .
tertain at her home tomorrow aft-
Samaritan Hospital West Palm I The new levees will add a great .
Beach Sunday. Mrs. Padgett is the ernoon with a party for her daughter safeguard against possible floods spending?, ..........._..........:..............._... ....-:. ':... ....._..._...

maternal grandmother and Mrs. Cindy Lee, n oher third birthday similar to the one in 1926 hurricane 7. Do you favor. using Federal Funds-for:; .:: .J-/i.-.J.:' : .

Monroe, the maternal great grand- anniversary.An outdoor sup when hundreds were drowned in .
mother, of Rhonda Camille, who per will be served to the guests by the Belle Glade area. A. School Construction? .................... .... .. =? '.: .:.. ...

weighed in at eight pounds, five the hostess. FCD member David Click said, "'n D. Teachers' salaries _. -.......:"_,...:. ".- .. ;.L.. .....:....
ounces, upon her arrival in this Mrs. E. B. Gamble representedthe "increased water storage capacity 1 (10" .,
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great big wonderful world, Jan. 21. Pahokee First Baptist Church will enable us more easily to con- I I 8. Do you favor my 'proposal ,by which : x..Y c_' :.> ; }

Mrs. H. J. Anderson will return and Mrs. Paul Rardin, the Canal trol the water runoff from the area I our National Debt would be reduced .' f.

home this week from Cantonment. Point Missionary Baptist Church,I north of the lake" adding that the { by not less than 1 cent each '. ,% V.f ..- :t"J: i
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I. ; executive board meeting. controlling high water conditions ..., .J
in Jupiter Thursday. below the lake. .

IN FIFTEENTH'THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Miss Judith Platt will arrive Flood Control District official Name ..._..:_.._..-......._.........._._......._..:-...:..._............. :...........2...
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FLORIDA, IN AND FOR PALM BEACH today to spend the between semester taid the work "should be started I -. .

COUNTYIN CHANCERY NO. 60 C 3-E holidays with her parents, Mr. within the next year." The projecthas Address ..........._........_. ..._._.....:.........._..............._......... .... ...
EARLEAN RILEY : and Mrs. J. T. Platt, in Pahokee. the aproval of the U. S. Corps '.:

Plaintiff-vs- :: Mr. and Mrs. WJllard Gool of I of Engineers which controls Lake OccupationJMr. ..:.........__.......,.._.., ;......._._.-...:..._...--w--: ..":_'...

VINCENT RU EY. : West Palm Beach were guests of] Okeechobee.For E

Defendant NOTICE Of SUJT: his brother-in-law and sister Mr. more than three years feder- I- i:practice teaching Miss 'Echola. is J

'.""im ttN'T A31 9,A rbmDDb'AfarOCCtrA. I t d s.4opcSea>.. Sexy.11r. iksss s&sfcs* S yes 'eaas"SM& "as-4) :>""D) )l>:f.m'y 37i::&7J.J'?)sb al :
.6t.. stg. Semalce, .iii.V :and 1r.! D. 1;. TVifiw and private 'tiftere&zs toad lougtit over I a3erea. .
You are hereby TvoUiled that. "Ear-: ;
lean RUey has filed a Bill of Complaint family had as guests Sunday Mr. Che location of Levee 48 In Glades. I -- I .
against you for divorce and you are and Mrs..T. W. Knight and family, For instance the Florida. Game': Blue Devils FiveToPlayClewiston :' .
required to serve a copy of your answer
to the complaint on the plaintiff's At- former Pahokee residents now liv- and Fresh Water Fish Commission
t :torney. Tnadd Wnldden. P. O. Box: 395. ing at Lake Park. opposed its, location for fear it I
-i- .'and :Mrs. J. E. '
Pahokee. Florida and file the 'original Spooner haveas ;
, anwer in the office of the Clerk of the Mr. and Mrs. William Guerry would destroy fish spawning sand: The Pahokee
! a guest his sister Mrs. J. C. High Blue Devil
Circuit Court of Palm Beach County. and children But in.
.. who have been livingat breding grounds. gave
basketball
Tabb former Pahokee teams have three h
resident
Florida on or before the 8th day of ne.
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February. I960. If you fail so to do. Judgment Peru' Ind., have returned to Pa- when experts-marine biologists now living at,Hinesville, Ga.: games scheduled for the coining
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by default will be taken againstyou hokee where they will again make were able to show that new II I
f' week in the local
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for gymnasium.
the relief demanded In the I
I Harley Logan has returned to
their home. would be created in the
grounds
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night they play the Clew-
, DATED this 4th day of January. Wetumpka, Ala., after a visit herewith
Dan Padgett of Hamilton, Ohio, lake's western section, because the iston ,
/ 1960. his Tigers tomorrow night,
sister Mrs.
J. ALEX ARNETTB is spending two weeks visiting his higher water level will cover mud I Lera lachara-
and
Naples High, TUesday night,
son, and brother-in-law and sister,
Clerk of Circuit Court
mother, Mrs. Charles Moran, and flats.
(Circuit Court Seal) 1 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dobrow and the Lake Worth Trojans.In .
ether relatives in Pahokee. He will the of Engineers
By Thaddle P. Plant Originally Corps the home game with the
I Deputy Clerk. be joined here later by his wife wanted Levee 48 to parallel family. He was accompanied to
Tb add Wnldden Florida by Mr and Mrs. Hugh Stuart Tigers Tuesday night the
and daughter State Road 78 whiled runs along the
Attorney for Plaintiff Nancy
winless Blue Devil A team dropped
t P. O. Box: 395 James W. Vann of Pahokee. northwest shore of the lake, bisecting Sanford of Montgomery, Ala., who their 11th
Pahokee. Florid visited friends in Miami and Pa- straight game, the.Tigers _
Pub. Jan. 8. 15. 22 and 29. 960. Elks district-deputy grand exalted U. S. 441 three miles south hokee. winning this one by a score of
ruler, will conduct his second clinic cf Okeechobee. 5927.

meeting at the Delray Beach Elks Flood Control officials opposed Mrs. Joe Baxley and son, Larry,

Lodge Hall Sunday from 11 .a. m that because of the prohibitive cost of Montgomery, Ala., have return..
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Classified Adswwuww to 1 p. m. of the valuable land that would ed home from a visit with' her

I I I have had to be bought by the state, brother and sister-in-law.- Mr. and

r IN FIFTEENTH THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF THE OF. far flooding. An estimate of $!,-;I Mrs. C. L. Stuart at Canal Point.

( FOR SALE: New and used Willys FLORIDA. IN AND FOR PALM I 800,000 for the lands was made. Mrs. Franklin G. Gillis and Mrs. .6 sN

I/ Jeep's. Waiter Aahley'a Garage BEACH CHANCERY COUNTY.IN NO. 60 C USA Private interests wanted Levee I Joseph E. Thompson will presentthe

I'. In.Belle Glade Phone 3058. EVELYN JUANTTA NAHALKA. : I 148 constructed will out from the mission program at the February -

Oct, 17-54-ch. Plaintiff-va- :: existing shroreline, to create a meeting of the Pahokee Bap-

STEVE NAHALKA. .: huge new tract of water front tist Woman's Society of Christian
SUBSCRIPTION expiration dates
to this newspaper are marked Defendant NOTICE OF SUIT : property for developing. In the Service to be held at the church Y .

on your name label'as it comes to TO: STEVE: NAHALKA. Adderss Unknown cgreement last week, residents and Monday at 3. p. m. Mrs. E. B. y od

owners in the area of the Gamble, president, will preside at
property
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Lyon each week. Check the date onyours. are hereby notified that Evelyn .
That is date to Juanita Nahalka has field a Bill of new levee were promised they will the business session. ; ss
your renewWe'l r
.Complalnt against for divorce, and
t you have. access.to the lake at a location ,MrsT. A.. FewjaotDttblinga., t
j. be looking for" 1: checkhanks. you at' required to serve a copy of your :
anwer to the .complaint on the plain- to worked out by the plan accompanied by tier son, H. T.:
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Everglades ??* tifZ%' Attomey, Tnadd Whidden '.P':O. eT. '
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Box: 39S. Pahokee. Florida and file. the ners. ;
"FEINTING OF ALL KINDS. If original answer in the, officer: the Much o3'.the credit for the end of law and daughter, Mr and: Mrs.John IN
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Palm
< you need cards envelopes, letter- Beach count.,Floida, on*.or before the impasse is being given Flood O'Neal of Macon, Ga., visited
.heads, statements, bill heads, handbills the 29th day of February. I960t; If you- Con District meinberClick" who her daughter, Mrs. L. P: 'Turbeville *
tall so'to ,judgement. default will }
by
or something in the _printing be taken'do.against-you' for the relief'demanded was able"to bring the various dis : and :Mrs. S. F. Lowery and .. T
p line just step to the phone and call in the complaint. putants together. families at Canal Point. j
26thll960.
DATED January
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The Everglades News at Canal J. ALEX ARNETTE Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson have ITEF.

Point, No 2661. We are experts in Clerk of Circuit Court \VSCS MEETING; 4 returned from a visit with their f 4F
(Circuit Court Seal)
producing excellent printing and By Thaddle P. Plant' The Pahokee Methodist Wom parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gibson ..,c :f E 1t 5cndapy.

.ur prices are in line without of Deputy Clerk an's Society of Christian Service and'Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Woodyardat F .
t Thadd Whidden fir V
town printers who come to the Attorney for Plaintiff will conduct its February meetingat Thomasville, Ga., and Billingsley ;.. 18Q

Glades for printing business. Please P.Pahokee.O. Box:Florida 395 the church at 3:30 o'clock in the Ala. L

glvegus a call. Phone 2661. Publish Jan. 29, Feb. 5. 12, 19. 1960 afternoon of Feb. 'I, instead of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Wagnon and

meeting at night, which has been. family had as guests her parents, 31Ni1 A5aaiil.Y.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETINGS ,
1lllllllllllrltllIIIIII- OF LANDOWNERS OF the custom in the past. The Mary. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Rozelle, and

4 PAHOKEB DRAINAGE DISTRICT Martha Circle will present the pro- cousins, Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Mar-
Those Wishing To Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to call of the Board of Supervisors of gram, with Mrs. Claud Morgan, ion and children, all of Van Buren, ous :!
Take The Pahokee Drainage District the annual the circle's program chairman, in
meeting of the landowners of Pahokee Ark.Mr.
Drainage District for the year 1960, will charge of arrangements. Mrs. Dun- and Mrs. Clarence Maxwell ADMISSION 25e
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DALE CARNEGIE. be held at the office of said District In can Padgett, .president, will pre- entertained at their home in Pa-
the Rardin Building at Canal Point FREE PARKING
palm Beach County. Florida on Mon side.ATTEND. hckee with a dinner party, honor-
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day. February 8. 1960. at 10:30 o'clockIn .I ing Mrs. Maxwell's father, W. A.
Speech Course the forenoon for the purposes of:
1. Electing one Supervisor for a CEREMONY Humphries, Sr., of Port Mayaca on
PLEASE WRITE, WIRE OR term of three years. Members jof Pahokee AssemblyNo. his,73rd birthday aniversary.Miss .
2. Receiving annual reports and
PHONE: taking such actions with repect 16, Order of Rainbow for Girls Betty Echols, daughter of

thereto as the landowners may have accepted an invitation to at- Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Echols of Pelican ,

C, A. BAILEY 3.determine Transacting; and such other businessas tend the installation ceremony for Lake, who will receive a BS

may come before themeeting.. the newly elected officers of West Degree in Education from Mercer

REAL ESTATE PAHOKEE BOARD OF DRAINAGE SUPERVISORS OF Palm Beach Assembly No. 17 to be College, Macon, Ga.. in June, has

\\Y ,6-3084 BELLE GLADE DISTRICT held in the Masonic Temple. West been assigned to Newman High

Byi W. C. Owen, President i Palm Beach, Feb. 6 at 7:30 me School at Newman, Ga., for her 1., f Y
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:t..:; Baptist-Women- WSWN..Listings For-

oJ 7;.,' In January Meet I Daily Devotions


*.../ Members of the Canal Point I Listed below is the schedule for

,_i Baptist Woman's Missionary So-I I the Daily Devotion Broadcast over
iO.i.; 1 ciety at,the January meeting, held Radio Station WSWN ending May
- at the church with Mrs. Charles D. 13, 1960.
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Stewart, president, presiding February 1-5, Rev. Robert Lov-
'J made plans for a of series of cot- ett, Chr. & Miss. Alliance, Bell -
I!>: tage prayer meetings to be held Glade.

rr 'L: the week of Feb. 14, preparatorytc February 8-12. Rev., S. J. Davis,
r;;, 1 --- ------ the revival which is to be held Church of God Belle Glade.

]:: Canal pt. Missionary The Methodist Church Christian ,Science, at the church, starting Sunday, Febhuary 15-19, Rev. Hall Nazarene -

I. Baptist Church Canal Point Florida Group Of Canal ,Point Feb. 21.The Pahokee.
group voted to study the February 22-26, Rev. R. N. Huff.

I L s Rev. Charles D.-Stewart, Pastor Robert A.-Shelley-- Pastor mission book chosen for the An-!I I man Episcopal, Belle Glade.
f: : SUNDAY: SUNDAY: How prayer enables man to cope nie Armstrong week of prayer at' Februarg 29-Mar.4,,Rev. Robert
effectively with the problems of circle and the
* regular meetings Shelley Methodist Canal Point
! 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00: a. m.-Church School '
r: 11:00 a. 'm. -Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship daily living will be brought out general WMS meeting in Febru March 7-11, Rev. E. W. Kelting,
i' 6:30 Union Sunday at Christian Science .serv Assembly of God, Belle Glade.
> p. m-Training :;: 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship ary.A
t: ', 7:30 p. m.Evening Worship 7:30 m.-Evening Worship ices.Each program on "Royal Service March 14-18, Rev. E..E. Archer-.
". : WEDNESDAY: p. section of the ,Lesson-Ser Work in Cuba" was presented by Baptist, Belle Glade.
; MONDAY .
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-. 7:30 Prayer mon on "Love" will deal with some Mrs. R. T. Smith, program chairman March 21-25, Rev. Kenneth
; p. m. Meeting. 3:15 m. Youth Choir practice
.,' TUESDAY p. aspect of prayer as taught by the who was assisted by Mrs. D. Price, Nazarene Belle Glade.

; 8:00 : master Christian, Christ Jesus..Selections P. Hughes,. Mrs. Charles Maxson, March 28-April l.First Baptist,
, First Baptist p.m.Woman's Society
to,be, read' from the Bible Mrs. S A Nail, Mrs. J. H. Strayer Church, Belle Glade.

:: Church, Pahokee 2nd MONDAY,1st Tuesday: include these verses, from the...Sermon end Mrs J. S. :Atkins. April 4-8, Rev.. Lee Wl: Rustin,
on the Mount: "Ask, and, it Methodist, Belle Glade.
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7:30'p..,m.-Esther Class meeting
f Rev. James E. Boyd pastorr shall, be given seek, and
WEDNESDAY: you; ye Mission Study On' April:11-15, Rev. Edward Strainer :-'
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'J SUNDAY SERVICES: shall find; knock: and it :shall be Baptist, Belie Glade.
7:30 m-Prayer :
,0, 9r45..a. XXL Sunday School. p. Meeting opened unto. you: For every one Africa In PahokeeA April 18-22, Rev.. John Petrie,
'*j 11:00 a. m.;Morning Worship that asketh receiveth; and he that Episcopal, Clewiston.,

. '"' 6:45 p. xo<-Training Union Holy Nativity seeketh; findeth; and to him, that .mission study on Africa.is be- April 25-29," Dr. Leighton Scott
; 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship. Episcopal Church knocketh it shall be opened" (Mat-; ing planned for the Intermediate; Presbyterian, Belle Glade.,

r WEDNESDAY: Pahokee thew 7:7, 8). Youth Fellowship'group of the Pa- May 2-6 Rev..James Boyd, Bap
t< 8:00 p. m.-Prayer Meeting.> Also emphasizing the power of tokee First Methodist Church. The tist, Pahokee.
P .!'. ... citations to be read Jan. 31 will be .
prayer are first session on un May 9-13, Rev. August Koerber,
Hainlin Vicar
M. Wendell ,
First Methodist. from "Science and Health with der the,,direction of Mrs. J. L. Lutheran, Belle Glade.
r SUNDAY:.
Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Reeves. Miss Nina Briggs, retired .
10 School
i, Church, Pahokee. m.-Sunday Baker Eddy, which include the fol- missionary to Africa, will conductthe I
Course
11 a. m. Worship Service Auxiliary -
"1' lowing: "If we pray to God as a second study during which she ,

b 'Rev.. Clare S. Hall corporeal person, this will prevent will display: and talk about some Held Canal PointA
SUNDAY: The Church Of God us from relinquishing the human of the native handicraft which she

4, 9:45 a. m.-Church School Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal I doubts and fears which attend sucha brought back to the States from Baptist Palm-Lake Associa-

11:00 a. m.=Morning Worship' belief, ,and so we cannot grasp Africa. Mrs. J. W. Lowe, secretary Uonal Girls' Auxiliary leadershipcourse
. 6:45 p. m. MYF the wonders wrought by infinite, of youth work for the Wom-
Point,Road was held in the Community -
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship incorporeal Love, to whom all an's Society of Christian Service,
' TUESDAY John H. Kinard, pastor at Canal Point with
: Building ,
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things are possible ((13:20-24). is in charge of study arrange-
!: 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir...prac-' 10:00 m.-Sunday School ments. Mrs: W. L., Hass of West. Palm ,
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11:00 Service
ticeWEDNESDAY a. -Preaching I
t Beach serving as instructor. Present
...
,' : 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service Mr. and ,Mrs. W. E. Culberson "!I. were representatives of Bap-

t,". 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week.devotions 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. I* B., end family and Mrs. Rosa Curlee-of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hooks hadas tist Churches from Belle Glade,

8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac 8:00 p. m. Thursda-W.1L B. West Palm Beach vsited their guests Sunday their son, John Pahokee, Canal Point, Lake Worth

r. tice.Canal Everyone welcome. Special musio mother Mrs. Ada Culberson, and Howard Hooks; also Bob Cuture and West Palm Beach. Mrs. J. S.

J 1 and sineine. sister, Mrs. Ollie Batchelor, and and his brother and sister-in-law, Chastain of Pahokee was in charge

.Point First -. ... other relatives in Pahokee. and Mr.. and 'Mrs. Perry Cuture, 'all of of the luncheon and flower ar

Church Of God Belle Glade Sunday. Miami. rangements. .
Baptist Church I

Barfield Highway I .

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I 10:00 a.m.-Sunday school 11:00 A., M;-Morning Worship. .' :.' ... 'FORD'S'Ecd10MY '. ,..' I
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Service 7:30 P. M. Friday-ChUdren's : i"i"t" ': (

2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: Church .

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Phone 7528 P. O.'Box. 882. 11:00., PEAN UT.S :.'. .,,-', "::" .
SUNDAY SERVICES Other Sundays at730. I ".
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. 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. St. Peter's Lutheran # ,
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6:30 p. m.-Juniors. Glade'ErwIn r, uE rt eE owes! "
Church Belle
7:00 p. m.-Sunoay Evening ,
EnmgeUatic'service. I
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WEDNESDAY:, J. Baumgartner, Pastor
7:30 p.'ie.--Mideek Prayer 601 W. Lake Rd. Belle Glade c fi : tz \

meeting. .1 SUNDAY; .
"Where you area. stranger but Divine,'Services 11 A..M. ,.:. ,
oaee". School 9:45; A. M

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cconony sty? I than last year.* ,'';

Want nrwsavings? The Falcon's first At no extra cost you get many luxury-car ':' .

/Ins 1'iit11 saving is its low price, up to $124 leu than other features,like rear seat arm rests, two,sun visors. .' ,
You Want, \ 6-passenger compact cars,* but, that's not all extra ash tray, and color-keyed steering wheeL: :'fl-,.
You get up to 30 miles per gallon on regular gas.,' There's real built-for-people comfort inside. Up ',. 1"
AT- Save up to 15% on insurance, save on tires, to four inches more shoulder room, plenty morcTleg '.

parts-everything. room, hat room. ,
Yes, all this in a car that carries six big people Right now, we Ford,Dealers are.holding visiting .,
Glades Livestock Market :Ass'nON I I and all their luggage. hours for our Economy Twins. Come in and .

For savings in the big economy size try our see how much our Economy Twins can save you! <

PAHO EE-BELLE GLADE ROAD -8oJed 06t a compornoa,of monvfochinn'suaactted r.lol d.'i*.
PHONE WY 6-5028 GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGER WE FORD DEALERS INVITE YOU TO TWIN-TEST OUR ECONOMY TWINS F. .A.F. '.

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:SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p..m. Pahokee Motor Company, '

oWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN .

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r. ,Family Life Study Sorority Enjoys !'!Family ReunionAt Dr. Howard Hill- L. I Lytal CommendedFor "

Oriental Party. Collins HomeMr. Speaks To'Juniors I Year's Work
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Planned Feb. 1-5 --
An oriental Sukiyaki party was and Mrs. L. :Minter Collins
Dr. Howard, Hill of Belle Belle A resolution commending Coun-
members of the Xi entertained at their home with a
enjoyed by Glade was guest speaker, at the I ty Commission Lake Lytal for his
family reunion and dinner
: A Youth-Adult Family Life Ed- Aipha Mu Chapter, Beta SigmaPhi party
January meeting of Junior Cattlemen's work as chairman of the board for
;.- at a meeting at the honoringMrs. Collins' parents,
Sorority
uaction Institute will be held at
t Association held in theCounty's the past year, was adopted by the
Mr. and Mrs.
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J. Winchester of
E.::, Fahokee High School, Febf. 1-5, home of Mrs. Gethie Friend. Those 1 i Sebring, the occasion Mr Glades Office Building.The .I County Commission Monday. The
in oriental costumes being
f under the direction of Dr. I. Douglass attending came
Winchester's speaker discussed parasite resolution, signed by the other four
." Brown, associate professor in and Japanese decorations II 85th birthday anni- control, vaccinations and other I members, noted the "outstandingand
Among
I I used. On the committee in versary. the guests were
r" marriage and family living, School were
four other means of guarding the health of unselfish service rendered by
r of Social Welfare, Florida States charge of arrangements were Mrs. sons-in-law and and
i live stock. Exhibits of live stock at Commission Lytal" during his ten-
: I Marjorie Mock, co-chairman, Mrs. daughters of 'Mr. and Mrs. Winchester -
University Tallahasse. The lnsUJ'ftt
; the South Florida Fair and Expo- ure as chairman.
I,Becky Howard, Mrs. Valerie Davis, : Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Farr
tute will be conducted by the Gen- sition were discussed at the meet- -. .
Mrs. Joan Tucker, Mrs. Cornelia, of Wauchula, Mr. and Mrs. H. E.

. Chase and Mrs. Sarah Thomas.I I Smith of Orlando, Mr and Mrs, ing. .. Mrs. Stella Parker is returningto
At the business session final S. J.:Hewitt of Mulberry, and Mr. Miami this week after a visit

t\,... t. plans were made for the Beta Sigma and Mrs.J. H.Grantham and child- I Mrs. G. B. Singletary of Canal with her son and daughter-in-law,
tIt. ,.. Phi Valentine Dance, which is ren, Joel, Jim and Charlotte of Point is visiting relatives in Thom- Mr. and Mrs. Lee C. Parker, nad
C : 32n r::f', to be jointly sponsored by the three West Palm Beach; and another asville, Ga., this week. family.THEATRE'S.

chapters the night of Feb. 13. daughter, Mrs. R. E. Griffis of
The voted to assist: Mrs. West Palm Beach. -
:. S. ? kat Marjorie group Crick, director 'at the I .. H I+HM1"i'.i to.: : t I I J I I I I t I I I I I I I It : t I I I I I I I i.J I+lit-tit

.." Y"n"a ? Royal Palm School two days ,a Alden Chase Goes

week, Mrs. Lillian Beverly, chair-
:!; 3' man of the service committee, to U. S. Army Duty

be in charge of this work for the '
v'", chapter. t Alton Chase will leave this week PRINCE LAKE DRIVEINPabokee

) mm* for Aberdeen, Md., where he will
t I report for active duty in the U. S. Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Speed Limit Still Army with the rap 1k'of second lieu- .-' -
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,",' tenant. Lt. Chase, who has been -2 BIO FEATURES -
(; (continued from page 1) I employed in the research engineer'ing -. SUNDAY-lIONDAYTUESDA Y
'-. .3. .. testing the, proposed change to, department of the American SUNDAY AND MONDAY
o' JAN. 31 FEB. 1-2 '
a higher speed limit. This petitionis Oil Company at Texas City, Texas, JAN. 31 FEB. 1 .
', also being signed at Mayor Par-I for the past,six months, visited his "BELL, BOOK
jt. \ "k rish's jewelry store, which is located parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis "CAREER"DEAN AND CANDLE"
j.f;" I on Bacom Point Hoad. Chase, here for a week enorute to
The resolution after it is is pass- Aberdeen. He received a BS degree JAMES STEWART AND'
t r DR. I. POUGLASS BROWN ed by the Council, together with in chemical engineering from MARTIN, SHIRLEY KIM NOVAK"MARACAIBO"'

? v eral Extension Division of Florida the petition, will be sent to the the University of Florida last sum- MacLAINE. AND ANTHONY ALSO :...

-- under the local 'sponsorship of the SRD Board as a strong protest, mer and at the same time receivedhis FRANCIOSA ,
Parent-Teacher Association. PTA both by city officials and residents, commission as second lieuten-

: rponsored the Family Life Insti against action by SRD which they ant in the Army. -I t t I I t I I I I I I I I t I I I I I I I t I I : t J It : I I I I '" I tIt I I I I : I I I
would be inimical to
tute for the first time last year feel public
l withoutstanding success. safety, according to Mayor Par- .-
I
;,". Dr. Brown will lecture and dis-' rish.
cuss family life problems with In other action taken by the
.Council at the night I Bari:1
adults in the school auditorium Monday
::. only high : For A
t on Monday and Tuesday meeting all bids for the purchaseof Looking ,
a new chlorinator for the water- y
r' nights at 8 o'clock. The symposium
. works referred to of-
. in the high school auditorium plant were

I Thursday night will be for both ment ficials for'of study the waterworks and recommendation depart-- 160 STORES NO GIMMICS NO STAMPS 15 ACRES
youth and adults.
During school hours, Monday ; a full-page city advertisement UNDER NO TIE IN'SALES FREE
in the 1960 issue of the Pa- ,
,
.. through Friday while the institute
is in progress, Dr. Brown will confer -I ils' Trail," was authorized; and a K ROOF BUT WE HAVE PRICE J PARKING 1 1t
hokee School "Dev-
High yearbood ,
i
with various groups of students -
circus license fee of $100 was
faculty sponsors and teach-,I waived for HIggins Brothers Circus -t LOWEST PRICES IN AMERICA I j
ers. The filial meeting will be an I when it performers in Paho /
open forum in which the work
achieved! at the institute will be re kee in March under the sponsor- .
I ship, of the Junior' Chamber of f
viewed.During the night meetings for Commerce' provided City.Attorney You Never Attended You Say You Dont Know I

parents a nursery for children will Johnson finds such a waiver is allowed The Farmers Market Where It Is, Just Ask Any-
the ordinance covering
be conducted at the First Methodist by
. Church under the direction of such matters.Annual .. Why Not? Your Friends body It's on 1200 S. Con.. 1

Mrs. R. M. Sanders. During his Do Ask
Them gress W. Palm Beach
stay in Pahokee, Dr. Brown will be Arbor Day- ,
available as a speaker to civic I I

',_groups .ifsuch..speaking does not .{continued.from..page.1) ONLY -' .\
Yes But Are DO THEY HAVE THE
--.. 1 -When
conflict with his work at the insti-!I wild 'profusion in the Glades before -

tute. VA the' land was cleared for culti- They Open? Every 250,000 LBS. OF FRUITS & VEGE
\ native of Indiana, Dr. Brown vation, was grown by :Mrs. Pauline TABLESHEAVENS NO. ANY- -\

received an A. B. degree from But- Rice,.a pioneer Pahokee resident. Wed.-Fri.&Sat THING FROM HOT DOGS TO
ler University in 1931, an M. A. Hostesses at the sandwich lunch- '
degree from the University of Wis- eon were Mrs. 0. R. Bleech, Mrs. "' 1 To 11 PM All Year DIAMONDS \

consin in 1937 andean Ed. D., in W. A.' Keen, Mrs. W. C. Darden
education guidance 'and sociology Mrs. Carl Kolstad and Mrs. Hund- '
from Indiana University in 1952. ley. Mrs. Ivan Van Horn and her Our Buying Power Of 160 Stores ;
Before coming to Florida he held committee from Belle Glade, who
positions; of counselor-trainer in worked with Mrs. Don Hillier and "
the School of Education, Boston Mrs. C. L. Shirley of the Pahokee Enables Us To Sell At Less Than Wholesale .

University; director of counseling club on the joint display at' the \.-.
Services, Anderson' High School, County'Fair,.were luncheon guests. ,

Irdiana; director: guidance Col- How Do I Dress To Attend Largest Retail M ketln .
umbus High School, Indiana; director District Council. r
of guidance, Laboratory Farmers 1Vlarket Just Come The Entire South Very- .
High. School, Indiana University; Boy Scout Meeting
j : A
and counselor, Central High As YOu Are We mthing Sold On !Money .y .: ,
School, Indianapolis.He'is: a mem- This DiStriclCouncil Meeting
All You Cant Shock Us Back Guarantee '
,
ber of numerous s professional fra- for January was held at Lake Har- -

.' ternities and societies, and author bor and Troop 628 was representedby
't. _of student guidance articles printed Scoutmaster Louis Mims and
Giant Over Ft.
In the past decade in various Troop Committee Chairman Building 10QQ Long

scholastic publications. He has also I Wheeler Ludlam.On .
traveled extensively as a lecturer January '21st there was a
or. "Marriage and Living". and I Troop Committee Meeting held at BOYS SHIRTS. RUGS Grass Straw
Family: Life Guidance." Robert Simonson's home on Bacom
,
.. Point Road. There were 13 members Corduroy; -Long Sleeves .
3' x 6' VALUE OVER
New Secretary Is present. 2 Tone All Colors, Sizes 97C 49' .
Scoutmaster Louis Mims accom- $1.00, COLORS
6 to 15 Reg. 198 to 2.49
Hired By BoardJ. panied 20 Boy Scouts to the Palm \
Beach County Fair at West Palm STORE 36 STORE 37FISHING

P. Icard, Sarasota, will be- Beach on January 23rd. All reported -
come the county commission ex- they enjoyed the trip very much. ROD POCKET KNIVES
'executive secretary March 15 and I National Boy Scout Week begins
will also serve as assistant to R.B. February 8th. This will mark 50 GLASS CASTING FISH KNIVES, LARGE -
McKee, commission comptroller.Icard Years of Scouting and our U. S.
GUARANTEED VALUE ASST., VALUES TO 1.00
whd has been employed Post Office Department is issu- 67 24 C
in'the circuit clerks office in Sarasota ing a special stamp honoring Boy $2.00 SECONDS

County for the past five Scouts, the second to be issued. I TACKLE SHOP TACKLE SHOP
years will be paid an annual sal- There will be a friendship Camp-
ary of $9,265. oree at Taylor Creek February
"Recommendation to hire IcanT 13-14 with Scouts from Indian-

was made by Commissioner r Roy town, Belle Glade. South Bay i FARMERS AUCTION
Michael, chairman of the board's Clewiston and Pahokee participating. MARKET
personnel committee, who with J. .The Camporee will be the final
Alex Arnette, clerk for the com- ot the nation's observance of National -
Wed. Fri. Sat. 1 to 11
mission, made the selection. Icard Boy Scout Week which will i Open Every p.m.'r .
will also become a deputy. clerk end*Monday February 15th. .I '"
tor Arnette. -Reported by Wayne Ludlam


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