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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: February 5, 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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,t February". 5, 1960 PUBLISHED- .. "WE/. +Y IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL. P.ARDIN

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1':. CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST' AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH, COUNTY

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A Top Fair Prizes To -., R. P. Fletcher Hurt I New Medical Clinic .I. Donate $100 Federal Savings -

In Car Accident To Station WagonThe
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'r" Glades Winners ComingtoPahokee Ass'n Has -Growth
R. P. Fletcher pioneer Pahokee I Pahokee Lions Club at the -..

p'f pharmacist. la a patient at the Tuesday luncheon meeting voted .
Local 4-H Club. members who Everglades Memorial Hospital Construction will start within to contribute$100 to the Pahokee- Robert D. Apelgren a fanner of .
r '". won top prises at the South Florida the next few weeks'on a new medi- Canal Point Migrant Assistance Pahokee was elected Chairman'' of
: Fair and Exposition have their where be is receiving treatment for cal clinic to be erected on the lot ,Committee for use in the .trans- the Board and Robert E. Mat-

sights set, on further honors at the serious injuries suffered in.a. car formerly owned by Dr. L. W. Armstrong porting of migrant workers and thews, Jr.. of 'Belle Glade was
: State Fairs in Tampa and Orlando. accident. Mr. Fletcher was back- immediately south of Dr. their children in need of medical elected President, by the Board of
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I Janette Harrington, daughter cf I ing his;car' out of the driveway of R. R. Long's office on Bacom Point attention to the County's health I Directors of the Everglades Feder-
" Mr; arid Mrs. A. R. Harrington of Road. The new clinic wil be erect- clinics in West Palm Beach. a, Savings and Loan Association,
his home on Bacom Point Road,
I; Canal Point, and individual 4-H ed by Dr. F. H. Poteete and on July Plans were made to welcome its annual meeting last week.R. .
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Club member, and Joe Graham, son when it was hit broadside by a car,'1. Dr. Lester Hatton ,will join Dr. Fred Monohan, governor of Lions A. (Dick) Poston was re-

of Dr..' and Mrs.: E. J. Graham of driven by, Jimmy. Don Kemp, a ; Foteete in practice; in the modern District 35-S, upon his arrival in elected Executive Vice President,
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Pahokee, member of the Pahokee resident of the Pahokee PHA;J. end up-to-date facility., Pahokee for an official visit Tues- with Claude L. Shirley, concrete

Boys' 4-H Club, both winners of Camp, with the full impact center- i The building '"will be modern in day, Feb. 9. products manufacturer, elected as
purple rosette: ,ribbons in their ed on the'door at the driver's seat. every detail and will offer another James W. Vann program chairman Vice Chairman of the Board.

I poultry exhibits at the, South Florida His left arm was fractured in two handsome new structure to the introduced Dr. I. Douglass Herbert D. Beck, A. E. Kirch-

{ Fair, plan 'poultry exhibits at places and, in addition, he receiveda fast growing Bacom Point area. Brown, associate professor; in the man, Walter Hooker and JamesA.
1 the State Fair in Tampa this coming severe cut above the left eye, a There will be 2,000 feet of floor School of Social Welfare, Florida Ball,' Jr., were elected. Vice
o"' week and will participate in the fractured nose and a left leg in space, Dr. Poteete said and the State University, who told of,some Presidents.
poultry judging there. Later they jury. Because of weather conditions new, building will. face ,157 feet,on i I of the subjects discussed at the I!. B. McCall was reelected Vice
will exhibit their prize 'poultry at and the wet street surface Bacom Point Road. It will be on a Youth-Adult Family Life Educa- President In charge of Mortgages,

i the, Central Florida Fair ,in Orlan- the accident was termed '\111avold- lot large enough''that ample park- tion Institute which he was coA- Mary Lou McDonnell Treasurer,
i do, where they will compete in the able.hby'Police Chief Leon Guthrie. ing facilities will be available for ducting Pahokee1 High School. Helen F. Morris Vice Presidentand
oj annual ,State-wide 4-H Club Poultry im patrons of the clinic.. S _V m .. Secretary, with Willis Warren

r i4 Judging, contest.At Dr. Poteete said the building Vice President in Charge of Sav
'r. the South Florida Fair Jan- Tax Assesor Dave will be L shaped and architect's Founder Program ings.

[l ctte exhibited 10 Rhode Island I plans show that it will be one of The assetts of the institution to

I, t Red pullets, winning six blue ribbon -'. Stewart In Race thef finest, and, most modern build- Canal Point School day are the square of its original
t t arid four red. 'as .well as the ings in Pahokee. It is expected that essetts times two plus 9% .

purple rosette ribbon_ for the best I Da'lld' the cost of the structure will be In I ; $2500 in 1934 as compared to $13,- I

i poultry exhibit in the show, this Palm Beach the neighborhood of $20,000.00. The 63rd anniversary of the 602,777., ,

being the second consecutive year County Tax. Assessor this week : Dr. Lester .Hatton, Is, a son of i founding ,of the national Parent. Emphasizing it's basic purpose-

ehe .has been awarded"thiS' top made. the following.announcement:: Mr. and Mrs: Joe Hatton, Sr., and I, Teacher Association was, pbserved financing homes the Everglades ..

prize. As president: the", :4-H > VI will, fcea 'DemocraUo- ...candisdateJor'the .Is completing 7bsfnterIp: Un aNew _i ,;in_a: Founders: ?X)>aypnrany1)y ,FCra1-f.' !Y'!'I"r- Sso ia:" "" ._
tr- "County-.Councu"girls'; division* she :office' :of Patri Beach Orleans- ;. 1.iwtIr11e': : tha Canal Point"FTATatriheVebruary -, t1 m's'J'epo: ; 'for159'by beet 4 e'.V'

: participated with Countv 'officials county: Tax Assessor subject. to_I ready- to return' to. Pahokee on meeting held in the/ school Vice President Richard A. ,Poston, .
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in the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the :May Primary. .rUlyi.; *, ; auditorium Monday night with shows 136 constructipn loans.,' 20

a the Fair's opening., Joe exhibited "1' believe> tha ,13 years of"I' .- Mrs. Joe Cherry, Jr., president, for purchase and 25 for refinanc-
20 White Leghorn hens, winning 6 perience_as a deputy assessor and presiding. ing existing loans for a total of 181
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, blue ribbons, 12 red and two white, as County tax assessor qualify me I AlexArnettels The Founders Day address was homes financed during the year.

as well as the purple rosette ribbon for the position. If the voters of given by Mrs. Charles D. Stewart The 3,068 savings account holders -

for the best.hen all breeds, in Palm Beach County elect me as I who praised the work of Mrs. as of last January, joined by
the,show. Both Janette and Joe, as their tax assessor I,will make every Seeking ReelectionJ. Alice Burney and Mrs Phoebe 533 during the year accounted for .

members of the County's 4-H Club effort to give them the fairest and Hearst, co-founders, in. getting: total savings of 5U.899.528 for .an
:" Poultry Judging ,Team, practised most equitable tax roll that it is PTA started, and Mrs. David Mear, increase of 15% in the number!
.poultry judging at the, show. possible to make. Every taxpayer Alex Arnette' clerk of the circuit originator of Founders,Day. She savings holders and a 19.23% increase -

Janette's sister Nancy Harrington -. who feels his assesment: is too high 'court of Palm Beach county, reviewed some of the needs for increasing in dollars saved.
member of the Canal Point will have every !'opportunity to be this week announces his candidacyfor educational opportunitiesfor Earnings to these savers dur-.
(continued: on page 8) beard and I will do my1 best to assess re-election to that important children and urged members (continued on page 8)
.. job. His announcement follows: _.
all taxable equally -
property I
to be mindful,during ,the coming
as it can,be done. I "I am a candidate for reelectionto year of the 'theme of the PTA '

Spring Revival. "I will stress strict honesty and the office of Clerk of the Cir- action program, "Strengtheningthe I Chamber Adopts

courteous service to the public cuit Court, 15th) Judicial' Circuit in Home, the Source of Our Na-i

Set For BaptistsI Economy will be emphasized in the and for Palm Beach County, sub- tional Greatness." j' New Constitution
ject to the Democr tic'Prmary'
operation of the office a.nd tax j' Special recognition was given to j
money will be spent as wisely as May.. 3rd. past presidents of the Canal Point
The Spring Revival dates of csslble. ,I will devote all of my "If elected, I will pursue the PTA who 'were present: Mrs. J. H. The pahokee;>> Chamber of Com- ,
February 21-28 were set by the time to the job of tax assessor. same policies as in the past, several Bordeaux Mrs. F. M. Wilson, Mrs.I merce, at the January meeting
Canal Point Baptist Church several Neither myself nor my employeeswill years which has earned' for the of-. Boyd Vorhees, Phelix A.. Slonakerand held in the Civic Building Monday
.months Final details were that,would fce the, reputation of being one of, Sasser
ago. engage In anything I Mrs.A. Harrington.. night with President Doris
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ompl ted this week. The 'Guest :conflict with the job." j I the most courteous, 'outstandingand I A birthday cake bearing 30 lig presiding, voted to adopt a new -d

Minister is to, be Dr. Paul 'Meigs, r.f .A native Floridian, he was born 1 i! up-to-date Clerk's. office in the"I I ed candles in_ recognition: of t-I constitution 'and 'bl-iaW8as revised .".

.** of.Jaeksonyille'The .music-will:bo In LaBelle on.' Sep 17, 1919. lIe" state of Florida."I I l 30th 'anniversary of the founding and submitted by Oscar Dob-

.. directed: "by .Charles O. Smith, of graduated from V LaBelle. High will qualify on March 1st by of the Canal ,Point PTA was the row and his constitution and .bylaw
Winter Haven, Florida. Services School,.and:from the University of 'executing all necessary papers and Center: of attraction during: the I committee. Copies of the revised -
will be held at 7:30 m. each paying the fee provided for by law. and will
p. Florida with a B. 'SS. degree with fellowship hour. Mrs. Bordeaux, as constitutidn by-laws
.. week-day throughout the week of, honors; attended Notre Dame University "I, expect to discuss my record eldest PTA past -president, was be available to members at the '
February 2128.All are invited, according Midshipman School in 1942. with as many citizens of Palm given the honor of blowing out the chamber office'as soon as they can
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to the announcement given Stewart served as a commissioned : Eeach County as possible within candles. Mrs.,Cherry and Mrs. Har- be printed.
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by ,the Pastor, Rev. Charles officer ,in the U. S. Navy from \ the next' several weeks either personally rington acted as hostess duringthe It was voted to renew the con-

Stewart., : October 1942 td May 1946, on duty!I or through the medium; of serving of cake and coffee. A tract the chamber has with Edward .
D.I the radio television.
.. with the 3rd and 7th'Fleets in the press; or Founders Day offering of $9 was 1 1I I C. Burke, outdoor advertising
"It has always been policy to .
tJ Pacific during 1944 and my collected.At I agent of Fort Lauderdale, for the
Pahokee..Y outl1s Sot I welcome.. ____ a_ visit to, the office_ by_ I chamber's
n the
1945. He was released to 'inactive the business session tne group maintenance of
To Tampa Pair duty In :May 1946 with'the rank of anyone who is desirous of becoming approved the Recommendation of I roadside signs advertising Paho
I lieutenant. : more'familiax: with the operations \the executive board authorizingMrs. kee. I,
of the office and getting better -
School ,. Prior to his appointment to succeed : C. D. Stewart and :Mrs. A. R. Plans were discussed for a spec .
The Pahokee High Chap, acquainted with the personnel:
ters of,the Future Home Makers of Jas.. M. Owens Jr., as assessor Anyone visiting the office can be Harrington to investigate possible! ial meeting: of the public relations chair: I .'
America and the Future Farmersof he had been employed in needs of revising the PTA, by-laws. committee, Luther York, '
assured of receiving a cordial-welcome
America both plan to attend the i the assessor's 'office for 13 years find I*, was voted to use the $22 set up roan, and de merchants committee -
and will the employees
in this and had been chief real estate, ap- in the current budget for the mobile Dr. Richard C. Lane, chairman -
State Fair Tampa, leaving
anxious to serve and assist in anyway -
for eight dental clinic to help pay Mrs. for the.purpose of evaluatingideas
:.. Friday by chartered bus and returning prajser .years. possible." to-
Saturday night. The FHA He is an, active. member of Cal- W. C.'Young's expenses in trans- forgiving more' assistance
girls, accompanied by Mrs. Pope vary Methodist Church in Lake ... porting children to the County's local merchants.

.. Sears, Mrs. Joe E. Thompson and ,Worth, a church school teacher, JUNIOR CATTLEMEN Cental Clinic:'in West Palm Beach. I
their, chapter leader, Mrs., Richard and a' steward of the church; and There will be monthly meet- i> It was announced ,by the mem- Mrs. J. E. Williams will present
C.' Lane, will make their head-I, is a member of the Phi Kappa Phirational ing of the Junior Cattlemen's; Association bership chairman that Canal, Point the program "Render Unto God",
quarters at the El Rancho Motel in: scholastic honorary fra- Tuesday Night at 7:30! PTA currently has 90 paid-up at the February meeting of the

Tampa. N. R. Norman, FFA chapter I ternity.Mr. February 9th at the Glades Office members., lone Patterson Circle, Canal Point.Society
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advisor,J. W\ Repper,and J. W. and :Mrs. Stewart (the former Building.: All members and all boys .Go. Baptist Woman's Missionary
Hicks 'have', .four who interested in becoming Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schroderhad to be held at the home of
.:McCall will accompany the FFA Florence ) ,. and girls are .
boys who will stay overnight Fri:\children ranging age."from. 1 to I ,.members ,are-urged to at- as' a guest'Sunday their son', Mrs. A. R. Chastain- Monday- at 3 .'
.. .. : tend. R. W. Schroder of,HopohnroC. p:.m., : ,
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i. Baptist Church Canal Point FloridaRobert Group Of Canal Point (

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Rev. Charles D. Stewart- Pastor :A. Shelley,' Pastor Universal .brotherhood will bea, 'l '

.' SUNDAY:. SUNDAY: theme dealt with,at Christian Science -

k 9:45 a. m.Sunday School 10:00 a. m.- Church School11OOra.m.Morang services this Sunday. Peter's

, 11:00 a. -Korntng Worship Worship awakening to a higher sense of
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i'.' 6:30 p. m. Training Union. 6.:30 p. m.. Youth Fellowship ,,brotherhood highlights the Lesson- }

t' 7:30 p. TO.-Evening' Worship 7:30 p.. m. -Evening Worship Sermon entitled "Spirit"' .
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WEDNESDAY MONDAY '
: The account of Peter's meeting,
7:30 p. m.-Prayer :Meeting.. .3:15 p.-Youth Choir;practica with the centurion called Corneliuswill i
,. new actors will be seen in major
TUESDAY: .
be read the following Passion Will'Open
including
Play roles. Dale Macdonald who had
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First 8:00 m.-Wozan's Society "
'BaptistChurch p. "Then Peter his
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1st Tuesday spent most of his theatrical life onthe.stages I
: mouth, and said. Of a trutH I f
PahokeeRev. pre- .
2nd MONDAY: On Sunday of London, England, win ,
of
I ceive that. God is no 'respecter Pontius
7:30 -Esther Class meeting be the new Pilate, and
p. But in nation he
every
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James E Boyd. pastor WEDNESDAY: persons Jeanette Ertelt from New York
, that feareth him and worketh
SUNDAY SERVICES ,
: 7:30 p. m.-Prayer :Meeting The"famous Black Hills Passion City will be seen as Mary Magda 1,'
9r45 a. m.,-Sunday School V a- -- .. righteousness; is accepted with lene. Josef Meier, world-renowned
him" (Acts 10:34, 35).- Play opens its eighth winter season
11:00 a. xou-Morning Worship Cnristus of the production, will

6:45 p. nx Training Union Holy Nativity A correlative.citation from "Sci in the Lake Wales.: Amphi again head the cast and direct the I

8:00 p. m.--Evening Worship Episcopal Church ence and Health with Key to the theatre next Sunday with a twilight presentation of this impressive

WEDNESDAY Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy I
PahokeeM. '. performance at 6 p. m. There outdoor drania.Performances. .-
8:00 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. states in part: "God gives the les- )'
I will be 42 performances this year of the Black Hills
ser idea of Himself for a link to
Wendell 'Hainlin. Vicar. with the final showing on Easter I I Passion 'Play are scheduled for
the, greater, and in return, the
First Methodist I SUNDAY: Sunday, April 7th. every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday -
higher always protects the lower.
10 a. m.-Sunday School The professional cast has been at 7:30 p. m. and every Sunday I'
Church Pahokee1.
The rich in spirit help the in
Service poor for ten in at 6 from 7th
11 a. m.Worship rehearsing days preparation p. m. February I
one grand brotherhood, all having '
i I for the Sunday opening. The through ,April 7th. There will be a
Rev. Clare 8. Hall'' the same Principle, or Father; andbessed
camels, sheep, donkeys and, white special performance on Good Fri- \
The Church Of God
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SUNDAY: is that man who seeth his
horses used in the Play will arrive day, April 5th. The Passion Play I
.9:45 a. m.-Church School I' brother's need and supplieth it,
Of Prophecy, Pahokee Friday. Final rehe rsals'with the Amphitheatre is located two miles
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship seeking,his own in another's good"
., 60 local people who take part in south of Lake Wales on U. S. 27A
6:45 p. m.-MYF (518:13-19),
Canal Point Road the Play are scheduled for this Complete information and ticket
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-Evening Worship
TUESDAY p. John H. Kinard, pastor week. reservations may be obtained by, ,
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'7:00 p. ra. Vesper Choir prac- 10:00 a. m<-Sunday School WSWN Listings For There will be several minor writing Passion Play Amphithe (I'

ticeWEDNESDAY ll:0p a. m.-Preaching Service |: Daily DevotionsListed changes in this! year's cast and two fetre, Box Jl, Lake Wales, Fla. t

: 7:45 p. m.-rEvangelistic Service 1---------------------------------

7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. below is the schedule for, Hundley Home Is New 'Circle HasTwo 'I

8:30 p. m.-Senior" Choir. prac 8:00 p. nu Thursday W. M.,B. the Daily Devotion Broadcast over'I 1I .

Ut:.. ? .Everyone welcome. Special music i Radio Station WSWN ending May.I Committee Site New' MembersMrs

and singing. 13, 1960. 4 ,
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Canal Point First -==rChurch February 8-12, Rev.: S. J.,Davis, i Mr., and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley E. L. Pope and Mrs. J. T. .

'Of God, Church of God, Belle Glade. I were hosts to the planning, com- Pickett, Sr., of Pahokee were received
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Baptist Church Febhuary 15-19, Rev. Hall, Nazarene -''I mittee of the Family Life Institute as new members of the new-
Barfield Highway Pahokee. .
1 at the c mm1ttee's last meet- ly organized Circle Five of, the
Elder R. E.Barfield February 22-26, Rev. R. N. Huff, i
9:45 A. M. School ing with Dr. L Douglass Brown, director Women of the Church organization -
-Sunday
SUNDAY man, Episcopal, Belle Glade. I
: I I
: prior to the opening of the of the Everglades PresbyterIan -
{ lljOO A,1M.-Mornfng Worship O-Mar. Rev;;: Robert
Sunday Schools Februarg
10poa.m.- ,
11:00 a. m.-Morning1 Worship :! TjOO: P. >f.rL.. W;' W.*,B. (Parsonage Shelley, ''Methodist, Canal' Point. II" institute at Pahokee High School Church at the meeting at the ,
) Monday. It was announced fourI home of Mrs. Lester Duncan in
7:00 p. .-B. T. C. March 7-11. Rev. E.'W. Kelting, ;
Pahokee High School students, Canal Point, with Mrs. L. K. Laf-
730P. M.
-Evening Worship
8:00 m.-Evening Worship Assembly of. God, Belle Glade. 1 I
p.
7:30'P. M.,Tuesday-Prayer MeetIng Brenda Carter, Martha, Sellers, 1m. chairman, presiding.Mrs. .
WEDNDESDAY: :March 14-18, Rev. E.JE. Archer,
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Joeie Alderman and Gary Folds, Duncan presented the program (I
7:30 Midweek Belle Glade. I
m.- Prayer Baptist,
p.. Service 7:30 P. M. Friday--Children's I March 21-25, Rev. ,Kenneth Selected by the Student Council, on African missions, "Let's
Church would sit as a panel with adults fora Learn About World Missions."
I i.. < 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: Price, Nazarene, Belle Glade. I I
7:30' P. M. Friday-. P. B. discussion of family life prob- Mrs. Mae Bosworth, Bible mode-
. 7:30 .-Ladles Auxiliary March 28-April 1First; Baptist
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I p. I
lems at the Institute's Thursday rator, directed the study of the i'
Meeting. Church, Belle Glade.
'I night meeting in the high, school Book of Jonah. Dr. J, Leighton
Catholic :
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;; .::' -.St.l\lary's, April 4-8, -Rev. Lee W.Rustin,
auditorium. Following the ,busi- Scott, pastor, led the group in ,

The Pahokee Church ChurchFather Methodist April 11-15, Belle, Rev.Glade.Edward Strain. ness session, a buffet ''supper was prayer: Mrs. S. H. Thornton of .

-: The Nazarene served, by the hosts to the 25 per- Jackson, Ga., Mrs. Duncan's mother -
.Of
\ Belle Glade.April' .
David Cronin er, Baptist, '
sons attending. and Mrs. Richard Murray, \
18-22, Rev. John Petrie, v
SUNDAY MASSES .
71 Bacom Point,Road WOTC president,, were visitors.Mr. \\
First two masses, of the month Episcopal. Clewiston. Mr. and Mrs Dan Padgett and I 1.
Charles F. Crauswell Pastor
April 25-29, Dr. Leighton Scott '
11:00. daughter Nancy have returned to and Mrs. Osceola Upthe-
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 Belle Glade.May .
Other at 730. Presbyterian,
: SUNDAY SERVICES: Sundays. Hamilton, Ohio, after a visit herewith grove have as a guest her mother,'
2-6, Rev. James Boyd, Baptist -
, :. 9:45,,a., m.-Sunday SchooL Pahokee. his mother, Mrs.. Charles Mo- Mrs. Florence Cummings, of Con

'11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. St. Peter's Lutheran May 9-13, Rev. August Koerber., ran, and other relatives. cord, N. H.

6:30.p. m.-Juniors. Church Belle GladeErwin Lutheran, Belle Glade. .
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Evangelistic Service. J. Baumgartner: Pastor. I .
Mrs. Sears Named
WEDNESDAY
: 601 W. Lake RcL, Belle Glade
OPENING ,SUNDAY
7:30 p. m.--Midweek Prayer SUNDAY: OES Worthy Matron I NEXT

) meeting. ,_ Divine.Services;11 A. M. '

"Where you*:are a stranger butOI1ce" .School 9:45\A..M.ikfig&ET. Mrs. Angelea Sears of Canal

; : ;; .. Point was elected new worthy ma-

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Four BaptistGirlfeg: <..The-.Pahokee' High' basketball 184, OrderTof Eastern Star,.'athe

Iij Tuesday Meeting Yearns: are scheduled to play the annual.'ele tion of officers held m

.. St. Ana's Crusaders on.-the home 1 the Masonic Hall with- Velma

'he: four circles of the Pahokee court ,this Friday night, then will Hall, retiring worthy matron, and

travel' far the next three games Perry Hall, retiring worthy patron
Baptist Woman's Missionary So-
home. On Saturday presiding.
away from
ciety will hold their February
meetings at homes of members night} they will play the Dan Mc- Other officers elected for the
at Fort Pierce coming were Jesse- W. Bor-
Carty High Eagles ; year
Tuesday. The Fay Taylor Circle
the Seacrest Sea- deaux, worthy patron; Mrs. RuthV.
Tuesday night,
will meet at the home of Mrs. C. E.
hawks: and next Friday night, the Meredith associate matron; D.
Williams, 7 p. m.; the Grace JerUgan 4A%
Belle Glade Rams. P. Hughes, associate patron; Mrs.
Circle, at the home of Mrs.
During the 'past week the winless Florrie Nix, conductress; Mrs.
Cleo ;Pouthit,. 7 p. m.; the Lottie
Blue Devils bowed' to Clewis- Adaline Wroten, associate conductress -
Moon Citcle, at the home of Mrs. '
ton 60-40 Naples, 53-24; and ; Mrs. Judy Sapp secretary;
F..G. Gillis, 3 p. m;. and the Betty ; II'
7031. Mrs. Bernice Sheppard, treasurer,
Lake Worth, ,
Mills Circle, at the home of Mrs. -
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W. Harris, 9:30 a.'I
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I AVKEVJ SOLD A panel discussion of "Whose: officers will take place in the 0 I

Responsibility is a;Child?" will be, Masonic Hall at Pahokee Monday,
Garden of the Glades Inc. MaxMace
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.conducted at the February meet- at p. m.
president of Paho- ... -
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ing of the Pahokee Parent-Teacher LAKE WALES AMPHITHEATREFEB.
kee's radio station, WRIM, has Association in the high school auditorium HOSPITAL PATIENTS

sold.the station to group of radio Monday at 8 p. m., with Among the patients at the Everglades 7 THRU APRIL 17 '

and public relations men, the James Wf Vann to serve as :mode Memorial Hospital Wednesday ,

transaction being subject to the rator. The subject was chosen as a were Mrs. Vivian Stmaps Mrs EVERY SUN. AT 6 P.: BL RES. SEATS: $3.00, $2.50 1:

approval of the Federal Communi- follow up of the, discussions held Mary Ann Hayes, Randall Higgins $2.00, $1.50 -TAX-INC.. !
THURS.
EVERY TUES
Life Institute at Mrs. Jackie Carter. :Mrs. Dorothy ,
cations Commission. The new owners during the Family CHILDREN UNDER 12.

are Dick Jackson, an advertising Pahokee High School during the Roemer. Mrs. Francis Schmidt, SAT. AT 7:30 P. 1H.'i PRICE I 4

agency executive, Jack 'Mann, past week.. President W. O. (Bill) Perry Fletcher, John EL Cochran, WALESPh. +
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l'[ Trading Stamps Broward County' Prize Is' Awarded,; STUDY COURSEThe ,

:: Studied LawMakers Grows Unbelievably In, Orange Contest v study course on "United
By
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From Mich.
.. i I TAMPA-Prom. 'the Model 'A WINTER HAVEN A. native of through January under the sponsorship -
f:: / TALLAHASSEE-- ; deep in 1928 licnese ,tag sales in Pennsylvania. who is serving with I of the Woman Society of
mem- I Broward County jumped a fantastic I the U. .S. Air Force received. the Christian Service was completed
bers of the, Michigan House of Representatives 2479 percent by the fish tail $25,000 sweepstakes prize offered I at' the Friday night session, with Mr.and Mrs. Raymond Williams f
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" have been In Florida I fin days of 1958. by 22 producers of Florida orange Mrs. Claud Morgan acting as leader (Cora Ray) of Pahokee announcethe

\ making a study of trading"stamp I This was'oneof the y '-open1ng : concentrate during the recent couj I and Mrs. Robert C. Hatton :n, birth of a daughter, Mary Elisabeth I

legislation. "statistics revealed in a check of redemption campaign charge of the devotionals. Speaker, at the EvergladesMemorial I
The group, members of an interim State Motor Vehicle Commission ed by the Florida' sponsor-I cf the evening was Herman Aus- Hospital, Jan.'31.
K.J committee of the Michigan legislature -' records in Tallahasse and reported ciation. t'n, principal of the Pahokee Elementary Mr. 'and Mrs. Bobby Glisson
,:,came to Tallahassee for a '"The (Mildred Robbins of Belle Glade
lr the January issue of Flor- Airman Second Class Eugene School)Among those taking ) '
i briefing by State Comptroller Ray ida Traveler," official publicationof Stuart Kester who is stationed '3.tI I this course were several mem- rnnounce the birth of a daughter,
E. Green, on the 1959 Florida law the Peninsula Motor Club. I the Stewart Air Force Base in' bers of the Canal Point WSCS. Robyn Sue at the Everglades Memorial -

which requires trading stamp Broward sold 6,188; tags in 1928; .Newburg, N. Y., received a .$25,-l 1 Hospital, Jan. 30.
companies to register with the bank, -- Mr. and Mrs. David Stanford
and 159,620 in 1958. In 1948, the 000 draft from C. C. Rath-I
r state, prove financial stability and county sold only 32,747 license rung, exectuive!=retary of the Birthday Party For Madeline Barnes) of Pahokee announce -
' file a bond*;assuring redemption of plates. '" Florida canners Association. -'I! the birth of a ion. David, at

:- outstanding stamps.Committee Florida's dramatic growth is further lag the Canners; Day luncheon held tat Mrs. Burdeshaw, the Everglades }.Iemorial.Hospltal., .
members J said two shown in tag sales. In 1928, the Florida Citrus Exposition. -.- Jan, 28.* ,
; trading stamp companies in Michigan only 365,831 were sold in'the'state. The winning coupon was drawn ". Mr. and Mrs.. Herman Kautz entertained I I Mr. and :Mrs. Clifford West
- '\ failed recently and the group' By 1958 the annual output was from: some three million entries : at their home with a dinner -; (Fannie Harrington) of Pahokee
"," ;was setup: to develop \ toprotec4'stamp 2,346,775, a fabulous 541 percent from all over the nation I' patty, honoring her mother, announce the birth of a son Char- t

holders. Kester, who came to Winter ; Mrs. Price. Burdeshaw, on her birthday lie Ervin, ,at the Everglades :Memorial -

I hike.Figures for 1959 are not yet Haven with 'his wife as guests of r anniversary. Other relatives Hospital, Jan. 27. '

available, but Mrs. Ina S. Thomp-! the concentrators, said he.- never present were Mr. and .'Mrs. John-1 -
5,309 Persons, Get. son,--.Motor 'Vehicle Commissioner,I I had won a contest before and only ny Burdeshaw and family of Bar- Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hughes were

State Welfare Jan. said sales would pasS the-two and a entered one coupon in this one. The I tow, Mr.. and Mrs, Franklin Kelly business visitors in Orlando Wed-

'" half million mark. A' supply of 2- winning ticket was drawn by an end family of South Bay, Mr. and nesday.
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Thomas E. Penick, Chairman BOO.OOq of the 1960 edition have. independent contest,, agency. I Mrs. Wayne' Burdeshaw'and family -
and Price Burdeshaw of Paho
been stocked. -
District 10 Welfare Board of the -
.1960's colors were very parefully I kee.
State Department of Public Welfare Young Daughters
chosen to be blue and yellow. The -
reported that.In Palm Beach color combination represents noth- .Honored At Party MANY THANKSWe '
County 5,309 persons were assisted ing more nor'.iess than the blue Of UJflllTV _

in the four categories of public assistance waters of the Gulf of Mexico and Dr. and Mrs. 'Wilburn C. Young wish to, thank. each and ;j

for the month of January. that big. yellow moon over,Miami. and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. (Bill every person who assfsted in the fa jI I

A total of 1,703 personS received Johnson entertained at the Port successful March of Dimes drivein .

Cld Age Assistance in the amount Orange :Picking Mayaca .home of Dr. and Mrs. which we raised: $$491.75. the Stt them
cf 85 persons with ibid barbecue
$86,726.00. :receivedAid Young a party Pahoke-Canal Point area. To those
to the Blind, totaling $5,167.00.I Contest In Orlando supper honoring their, daughter, who worked and to those who gave

852 families, representing 2,605 Katherine Young and Betty Johnson -we say Many Thanks. GooOr
children, received AJd to Dependent -I ORLANDO A 117-year-old both of who were celebrating Mrs. Clark Wilkinson,

Children in the amount of $52- orange picker, a national television ther 16th birthday anniversaries. Chairman, E

371.00.198 persons received Aid to show, two beauty: queens, a After supper the 20 young people r
the Disabled in the amount of $11- school band.and pickers representing' who were guests enjoyed dancingand .

392.00. Florida's leading packinghouses I, games in the Florida room. Mrs. H. C. Clark of Pelican Lake q
In addition 388 children received 'were on hand last Sundayfor .'.. is improving after having surgeryat

service; during the month, '135 of the National Orange Picking NAZARENE SOCIETY St. Marys hospitat in West )

whom were,in foster homes; 'The Contest. The competition .was The Foreign Missionary Societyof Palm Beach Monday. '
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total state and local cost for these sponsored' by the Orlando Jaycees the Church of'the Nazarene-will -

child welfare services was $10-; and was-faeld at Minute Maid Corp- Il'.eet'at the church Wednesday : J, E, Cochran is a patient at the \
06.79.. oration's Governors' Grove. The I with Mrs- Ease Pitts president Everglades Memorial.Hospital Mr. -

There,were, 10 adoption" petitionsstudied' 1 contest was held to focus' nation preside. :Mrs. Leona rtaineri will Cochran is improving after being >
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for the Circuit ''Court.1 wide attention, on Florida's citrus I present: the program., hospitalized for two weeks.
These are children placed in homes )industry. Jack Linkletter's CBS- ...

independent of service through a TV'show, On The Go, filmed the ---.
licensed ,child placing agency and contest. t '
the Welfare Board is responsible Among major drawing cards for I

I according to lawto make. these. .re- the contest were,Sandra Freeman, !, ,
ports to the court.. i9 : ,Rioilda:"citrus Queen; Miss I j r :
Palm Beach County is also rep-: Oilando in the person of Alice ha 1

resented on the' District 10 Welfare 'Pruitt: and master of ceremonies 0 a j

Board by Mrs.: Doris Sasser, Doyle Conner,. Starke, former .

Pahokee, the Rev. Paul M. Cassen, speaker of the house in the Florida C

.. Mrs.. Helen,R. Tedder, and Mrs. legislature' and present candidatefor I .. "
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Helen Woodward, West Palm) Commissioner of Agriculture. I
Beach. I Charges Smith of Polk City was -.: .' ". ... '

the 117-year-old orange picker. He ..'.J" ..:.
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Sen. Carlton Names the first time.at the age of 112!and
1 has been picking oranges ever I : <' .- .(,.
P. B. County.Mgr. : :.
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WAUCHULA-Senator' DoyleE. Winner vof the Minute Maid '. : '
Trophy and $500 cash award presented to
Carlton, Jr.: who announced his
by Florida Citrus Mutual?
candidacy for January
governor The contest was so exciting we ..
10th, today announced that his
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campaign manager for Palm Beacn I _. I r
County would be William M. Har 1 ,';; t

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For February 8 : ;Xi
was born in Lake Worth, and is. a ,, 'A"" : > ; .

.... School graduate, Palm of Lake Beach Junior Worth College Hign I I TAMPATampa's:, : Gasparilla \ :...-...: ,., .. "" '.!. .

and, ;of Miami School of Invasion, Day Parade of the pirateswill ,: .. .
University : reach new'heights of spangled Sure,'sfie / 'gran fold flag{ ; ; ,
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i i ys! actlv.\tq ctvk affairs J beauty: this. .year ,as the opening That's why.. we salJltekr. "
and Ls oW:a{'mettibei' of-the.board 1 yventof iBhe;. annual week-long That's whywe pledge allegiance to herr -'

'. '0:' Directors-, Palm!',,Beach County I round bf5 pageantry, and tun-mak ,'TFhat pledge,- in simplest'termsis / :,.r '
Feb. 8.
Chapter of the American Red I ing on v
saying
another of Count
way me p
There will be a total of 60 floatsin .
Cross and-the Lake Worth. Junior ,the parade and 40 Viands from allover'the in. Y ou'remr'countrjf and I.love you ,,.-,.,
Chamber :or Comnierce.r"At 't
and need Your
onthwt. you. problems are
.. The pistolfiring .
an early date," Harvey: said I pirates will invade Tampa at my problems and I'm with you :: ,
;plans,will be'announced for a all the "
aboard their cannonading way '
high noon I a G
.public organizational meeting for
'.. the county campaign and for centrally sea raider, the Jose Gasparilla Your country's biggest single ,.
locatetd county campaign and an hour later will join-. the problem is the perpetual responsibility.
cffices." triumphal parade as "'it ,moves ,_":J .for keeping the peace its people.Ii'; :
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through the city. want You can help with this ,

I. These two events touch off the problem by remembering this:
week's round of pagentry which
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Peace costs tnoney. Money for
.' each year attract.upwards of 500- military*4nd industrial strength. I4 _
000 the city, keeping
spectators to /
.may, Money for science and education. .fl
the fore- Y
Pirate Time in Tampa as '
And money saved by individuals .
front of the nation's annual cele-
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by you-to help keep the economy
brations."
.. j" -. I strong. Bonds.D"O\ide'thiS" money.
of Grind. Prize Winner*tlon l Newspaper k.;&bot Cs tnt '
Representatives the Pahokee "'- i r --t>7 MjrtU H. Killer-APSX .
IJ and 'Canal Point .Parent-Teacher '

Associations who'attended the PTA 'Help Strengthen America's. Peace Power
in the
County.,Council meeting

, ; S' Military Mounts Agricultural Trail Tuesday Building morningwere on; S.

VlA10t' Mrs. Leland Keene Mrs. Ray ; S BuyU Savings: Bonds

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I. 'Singletary, Mrs. Lester Hand, Mrs.
Ralph Maxson andMrs.. J. E. IJ

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PERSONAL | ,. !add:, and her,//brother-in-law Marc of Tampa were the '
I'' I NEWS NOTES I I and sister,.Mr.and Mrs Charles' guests of her parents-Mriancl: .Mrs.J .

j Ely, also of Aberdeen. S. Chastain- over the, weekend.

v ._ ,> Mr. and Mrs Jack Keesler of Miss Mabel Fletcher'of Miami

: A group of Pahokee High School;>> Miss Marie McLdtus, R.N., has .Long Island, N. Y.whO-:are vacationing was the guest of her parents. Mr.
Glee Club singers, accompanied by resigned from the nursing staff at I in Miami, visited Mr. and and Mrs. R. P. Fletcher; this week.
;. their director, Miss Ellen Morgan, tht. Everglades :Memorial Hospitaland Mrs. G. W. Byrd. in Pahokee. Mr. Fletcher is a patient at the

-. and Miss Juila Mathis, attended a is now visiting friends in' Mi Mrs. Christine Cochran; former. Everglades Memorial hospital for
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performance of the Robert Wagner ami. treatment of a broken arm and
Pahokee resident now living *n *
Corale in the Palm Beach fractured ankle.
Oklahoma City, has gone to Jacksonville
; Auditorium The Rev. and Mrs. Robert A. YYy '
on Wednesday nignt
for a visit with her sister, Miss Thomas who is
l of last week.R. Shelley had as guests Sunday Mr. II Nancy attending -
f and Mrs. Jule Gyori of West Palm I Mrs. Lorraine King after visiting Charron-Williams Business

H. Smith of Cincinnati, Ohio Beach Hungarian refugees, who I here with her brother and, sister- College in Miami, spent the
and St. Petersburg visited Mr. and presented a special program at the y.rJOSEPH in-law, Mr. ,and Mrs. J, C. Mizell, weekend with her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Ramey here Tuesday.,He was Canal Point Methodist Church I and niece, Mrs. Earle Pitts and Mrs. J. V. Thomas.

: accompanied back to St. Peters- evening. family. During Mrs. Cochran's
Sunday r
i Mrs. Otto Bleech, Mrs. Ted Wilson -
MrS. Pitts entertainedwith
burg by Michael McTavish who has stay here
Helen Schroder and Mrs. s flinner in her honor, Mrs. J. M Elliott, Mrs E. H.
Mrsx a party
;:.. :. been staying with friends in Pa-
I I Walston and Mrs J.. G. Thomas
; hckee for the past few months.; Nola Smith were recent guests of with approximately 20 guests at-
\ Mrs. W. A. Howell and her sister, tending. visited Mr. and Mrs. F. M. ShaugbV
;". Mrs. Violet White and her .Mrs. Susie Renfro and Miss Eliza- H. ANDERSON nessy in Tampa.
: ei, Jack Jackson, acc broth-I[ beth Caraway, in West Palm -- I MIi; and Mrs. William :Mizell of "
their house guest, Mrs. Hattie Beach. Prison Missionary Dallas, Texas, visited Mr. and Mrs.J. Miss Charron-Williams Donna Davis who is attendin -
Business College -
C. Mizell here while enroute to
Conn., of Harvard, 111., were weekend -
i .: guests of Mrs. R. V. Eaton at Mrs.. Earle Pitts and her aunt, Coming; To Canal Pt. West Palm Beach where they were was the weekend guest of her
; Fort Myers Beach. Mrs. Christine Cochran of Oklahoma I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl S. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dud Davis.
., visitors in Miami, Joseph H. President his
City, were Anderson Kuse. They will also visit par-
>;: Mrs. W P. Jernlgan of Clewis
[, .Mr. and Mrs G. W. Byrd had as the past week. They were also Prison Missionary Association will: ents Mr. and Mrs Carr Mizell, ton, whorls a'district WSCS officer ,
recent guests their son-in-law and guests of Mrs, Cochran's niece, cpeak at Canal .Point Methodist: enroute home.' attended,the WSCS meeting at the
daughter; Mr and Mrs. K. C. Mock Mrs. Eddie Johnson, and family at ,Church, Sunday Feb. 7th at 11;
Pahokee Methodist Church Monday -
,;.- and family. of West Palm Beach 'Holl ood. o'clock service.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Trevette Weeks
their daughters Mrs. C. W. Ma- and Mrs. Anderson have had and childern of Lake Worth were I I afternoon.
poles of Milton, Fla., and' Mrs. L. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Strayer had 30 years of experience visiting the weekend guests of his.parents Mrs. Will Nason of West;Palm

{, GJ Elarbee and son, ,Steve,- oft as guests ove'r the weekend Mr. prisons throughout the United M% and Mrs. J. G. Weeks. Beach was the guest of her par-
.,. Tampa. and Mrs. John Richard Heller of States and' conducting city-wide ents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson

Riviera Beach. Revivals, Youth Rallies and Crime Mrs. Lewis Friend and daughter, Tuesday. .
Mrs. Don Avera 'is visiting her .
Prevention Lectures in schools. Kay' were visitors 4n Jacksonville Buchanan
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hink- Mr. and Mrs. Osceola Upthe- Miss Judy who. is attending' -
Just Mr. and Mrs. Anderson overthe weekend. /
recently /
cfer, in Orlando.while she and her grove attended funeral services for Charron-Williams BuSi-
have returned
': J \ husband, who plan to make their Mrs. Joe Fife in Miami Saturday. where visited from Cuba, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Knight and ness College visited herd parents,
they' of the
f home there while he is stationed In Services for Mrs. Fife were also many family of Lake: Park were recent Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Buchanan over
jails sat in on the War Crime
'f that area by the U. S. A. F. are held Monday at Perry, where guests of Mr. and Mrs C. G, Willis. the weekend. .
Trials and
touse hunting. burial took place. spoke personally with
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of the condemned --
many men. They
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Mr. and Mrs. Roy Segree former Mrs. Pope Sears district secre- also visited the'place of execution.
Pahokee residents now living at tary of children's work for the They have many stories to tell of ,
:: South Bay, attended the midyear Methodist, Woman's Society of' their visit there.
:> .. commencement exercises at: the Christian' Service, attended a Make your plans now Ito attend PALM EEAC5IDICAIJITIL

; 'University of Florida, Gainesville, WSCS meeting in Clewiston Monday this meeting.Mrs. ,

Jan. 30, when their son, Allen,. received night. She was accompanied'' -
,\ I a BS, Degree in Electrical I by Mrs. Robert A. Shelley. '. Laurie Justice and children
,. from the university. have moved from Miami into their .
...'!. Engineering Charles Phillips of Miami spent: new home.on Barfield Highway m t{ O. BOX HOC.MO S..MIUTAIJXAII. WEST PALM' ftEACH. RA.'
Miss Susan Johnson will return the weekend'with his mother, Mrs. Pahokee. Her daughter, Linda Sue, AMERICA'S OUTSTAWHW tHjfcCAL' THWRE IWTMROUND

t.,' to her studies at Florida -State A. C. Phillips, in Pahokee. He was baa enrolled In.the Third trade .
f.. University this weekend after accompanied to the Glades by his and son, Michael, in the First Opens Tues. Feb. 9
.;." spending the between-semesters brother,Richard Phillips of Home- Grade at the Pahokee Elementary t i 1/ ,

r- :vacation with'hermother, :Mrs. stead, who visited his wife and School, .? t 's et thru SUN., FEB- l4Reservations .
:1-. Myrtle Johnson, Pahokee. baby in Belle Glade. /'- .5 *" i
if..' Mrs. Ella Crippen, house guestof ,
! Mrs. Lewis Friend spent. the! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen and her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy OVerland 3-2040 .

{ weekend with her daughter, Miss her brother, Louis Crosby, were Stanley, in Pahokee for the past : .

... Kay. )!iend ir ? .aipgsv ll a'e accompanied backto Atlanta,*Ga.-,' month,. has returned- to .heir home I .Performances i nightly except Mondays; 7,perfx. per week
; Kay Is a student at the University the first of the week by their par- in Dania.-# '* J I Tues.-Fri..ai 8'JO;2 shows Satis 6-00&: 9:30;Sun at 7.00

l'r I of Florida, and' in Jacksonville- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crosby, v'' .f I SEASON SUBSCRIPTIONS $2!50 19.50 1 s.bo 10 JO
Dr. and Mrs. Wilburn C. Young
where Kay will do her teaching internship both of whom are in ill health Mr. INDIVIDUAL TICKET PRICES $4.25 7.25 2.50 1.75'
Jacksonville have as guests her parents Mr. ,
in the I
F. Crosbv being a shut-in for several
; schools. Kay is visiting her parents years-and Mrs. Crosby becoming I ..
in Pahokee this ,week before,
t..i: .' beginning her student teaching ill recently. 'r ;Ht.{: '<*< <*{* <*< *><: < }-" 1" .V( ':.9 I

if: work. Cadet Ronnie Hitchcock has returned c:. Ai ,
: : to his studies at The Citadel
;i';.{c Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Aldridge had after spending a brief between-
4 <" ,- asa. guest over the weekend their semesters vacation with his par- i WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE t

son,, Keith, a cadet at the Bones ents, Mr. and Mrs.'C. ..H. Hitchcock, .. \

!::\ Military Academy in Jacksonville. at Canal Point OUR DESIGNATION AS A ,
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a guest his father, M. G. Barad, : t.
of Pittsburg, Pa. *g6oJ .'
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H: Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Sahtee had 0- :::" ':r.-: + ., J'I

.. as: a recent guest her son Donald .
Ogle, first class mechanic in the I -
.\'4t U. S. Navy, who'is stationed at ..

Barber's Point Hawaii Mr. Ogle I ltrlfhJJLlf CERT/NED.

.. will have completed 20 years ?f f
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., Guy Snargn"has gone to Menlo>> .........w..w.. LIVESTOCK AUCTION MARKET +
Park CaUfj;where he is the guest '

.of-his brother. ., L. D. Sharon. t. tiii1I'f: \ \\ ., ; t
y George .' \ : .-. .
Mrs. Erwin returned this :
3 week to1 Macon, Ga., after a; visit :..;.:.:...............................,....... : .' ..."fI :,.-.rf b .! ... .
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with Mrs. Eva Lowery at Canal '( Il I f N i ; ,
Point. ,. ...........;.;.;.;.:.:.:.:.........:.:................ receRitieII ef .. halfackkef .

WWW Mr and Mrs. Charles Mateer of t 1 ii'f.1i1JIII'i', '' !' service,, thanks 'to fee' veined patronage t

Greensboro, N. C., were guests of
Except Sim day Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Lempnds in ..: "'", $; ","',',Kx., aNd confidence ofejr cowsgncrs and t:;

T0RIJON.8RVEDERS Pahokee. + 111.Iifl{ buyers -=end tile loyal ami courteous. : 4)

; x A IU ,, Miss Lulu Barfield has returned ....to.. ..........................._. ................................... '' .. : service of. oar employees I
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from a visit with her aunt, 'Mrs. .:; fl'1 + I It
Hattie;Kilpatrick, and other -relatives :
Q.t NIE S : at Christmas.Mr. : .

., E E MCE'1st&Sr and Mrs. 0. H. Sheppardhave t ': Glades Livestock Market Ass'nN 'i' !

as guests. this week their '.

d RACE'a5aA1ISS1ON 25. Miss daughter Patricia Miss Edwards'HeI .,n of Sheppard Quincy,, t Pahokee Belle Glade' Road N :4!: !s


It ; 1 1EPARIt1N': ; ji Miss and Dennis Avie Bostick DeLeon of of Puerto Plant Rico City, t Phone WY 6-3028 I George Young, Manager :; .

all at Florida State Uni-
versity.;students :> SALES EVERY MONDAY AT ''1 P. M. t '

Mrs. James Finch enetrtained ,
al her home in Canal Point witha + .0wned And Operated By More, Than 4' .
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party honoring her husband on I t f
100 Florida Cattlemen .
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Mr. .
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his birthday anniversary; 4. >

t Finch's fellow -employes- the 4. ", '. t fy.. ,,
ROAD City Products Corp. in Pahokee *. ..- i -a ... a ti .. .
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were guests. I, ?, ''t' 9 .. ''t' fj ?' 9 .acyfs attsa arvfrts -v 4t' r- 't'T. ti'
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, ,,A' .. American, Famfly Miss Collins Engaged Ice Plant Owner


;...;..,,, :, 'Will-Be Sought- To.. Cadet, -M. W. Cary Injured In Fall .

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<,..ff LEKIGH ACRES': The search Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Minter Collins C. B. Stringari has returned to
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> for 1960's All American Family began ; 355 Banyan Ave., Pahokee announce hie home in Canal Point from the

. '5 J Jan. 22. Emphasizing the I the engagement of their Everglades Memorial Hospital

;..",:- theme "Family Unity for a Better daughter, Corinne. to CaCdet Mar- where he was a patient for several
f :" Community," a representative .11.11& William Gary, Jn, West Point. days while receiving treat.
rr. family from each of the 50 states IN. Y. ment for rib and chest injuries
I end the District of Columbia will He is the son of Cot and Mrs. suffered in a fall from a high lad

:.. be selected from those nominated I Martin William Gary Sr.113 der.
-- before April 15. South St.. Marianna Fla. The accident occured at the two-
, t -The search will culminate in the, The wedding will take place June story building at the south end of
. All-American Family Conference 26 in the First Methodist Church at J I Canal Point formerly occupied by

;" The Rardin BuiTdingr In Canal Point, Florida, at Lehigh Acres near Fort Myers Pahokee. I j I PcuVs Sales and Service, which is
beginning :May 24. After a week of The bride-elect is a graduate of! being remodeled for use as an ice

THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF seminars and special events the Pahokee High School and Charrori-I plant by the Crown Ice Company.Mr. .

I Il' 1960 All American Family will Decuosein Williams Commercial College, Miami. I Stringari, a co-owner of the

EVERGLADES NEWS from the selected families. She also attended Florida I Crown Ice Company, was standing
- Grand awards for the All-Amer-r State Univresity, where she was 1 on a ladder directing the installation

Serving:: the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without 'lean Family are a Westinghouse pledged to Chi Omega sororitY'j I of machinery* in the second
, story when a piece of the machinery
:Total Electric Gold Medallion Currently she is employed
: -- Interruption Every Week,for More Than 30 Years .
Home at Lehigh Acres, a 1960 Pahokee office, of the Life Insurance I I being hoisted from the ground
: Established March Ii, 1924, Published,Every Friday Studebaker Lark automobile and a Company Georgia. brushed against the ladder knock

'..Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance I Ic. "complete 102-volume Grolier Li Cadet Gary, an alumnus of Mar I I ing him to the concrete walkway

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office brary. l nna High School attends The below. #
The serach ,is being,spearheaded United States Military Academy I I A partner Lee Harrington of
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class :Matter .
Boston, Mass., has arrived hereto
by the General Federation of Women at West Point, where he will be

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher 's Clubs.. Other organizations commissioned. as second. Lieutenant I I assist hi the supervision of the machinery
that ,are cooperating are the U. S. upon his graduation, June 8. installation while Mr.
of Defense > Stringari is convalescing. The com
Department Army,
Navy, Air Force and Marine Corp, RECEIVE DEGREES 'I'I pany expects, to have the plant in
operation next month.
and Kiwanis International. TALLAHASSEE More than, mm mf '
r Also the National Conference of in\\
4CQ students received degrees ;
.. Diana Lynn &rl infant daughter
Christians ana Jews, the Girls' commencement, exercises at Florida :! of'Mr. and Mrs. William Earl, who
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Clubs of America, the Bureau of State University today. They has been an incubator baby sinoe .
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Advertising American Newspaper heard an address on "Two Educations" her premature birth at St. Mary's

Publishers Assn., and the National by Dr. Cyril O. Houle, professor Hospital on Dec. 28, is reported tote

\ Recreation Assn. are participating : of education at the University progressing steadily in growth,
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of Chicago. Those receiving I now weighing six pounds. The
degrees, by ,their home town, include mother is the former Beverly Pitts

Mrs. Tom Mullins is visiting relatives I : Bobby Carlton White, BS.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earie

in Virginia this week. j. business, of Canal Point. i I I Pitts of Pahokee.



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Formal 'appointment of the Re-i Weekly, Survey of Current Busl-

sources Development Board of 1 I r neSs, Synopsis of U. S. Government

Palm Beach County as a "Coopera Proposed Procurement, Contract
tive Office 'of the U. S. Department and Sales Awards, Business Service

,, of Commerce as a service tp Checklist Construction Review "
businessmen manufacturers in Ir Industry Reports Technical '

the county was completed' recently I Reports .Newsletter, and." tfi S.]I -
; Shown above are P. P. deMo a. Government Research Report's.0 .
-of'R B receiving a certificate ,-
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of appointment, signed t>ySecretary'ofCommerce'
Frederick Dr. RC, Lane Talks

H. Mueller, from Marion A. Leon To Pahokee Rotes .

ard, manager of the Miami field
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, office. Dr. Richard C. Lane, optometrist

, Statistical information and cur- : was guest speaker at last,!

> rent publications will be available!: week's Thursday luncheon meeting
of the Pahokee, Rotary Club. Introduced I.
, through the new cooperative. office .
by Thadd Whidden, pro
, at -RDB headquarters in West gram chairman he stressed the,

. Palm Beach, according to Art Ken, importance of, the early detection
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RDB manager. Advice and further of glaucoma at the onset of the disease r

'" information on both foreign and hi order to save the vision by, ,
...... domestictrade problems of, local
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prompt treatment tje said persons
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businessmen are furnished oy 40 years or older are the most
specialists in the field, office, including susceptible to the very serious eye

Warren M. Chamberlain, disease, glaucoma, and ,described

.. business analyist for domestic some of its early symptoms. Paul
( commerce and Roger r J.. LaRoche,' Rardin announced local civic clubsare :

business analyst for',foreign' ,trade. being asked: to 'contribute to
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Among tl e reports to be furnished .' the'fund-raising campaign now under
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t the cooperative office libraI. : way for? ,the'purchase of.a station ;
\ ry are the Foreign 'Commerce wagon to be used_ for- the Citizens. ::
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transporting of, underprivileged ... '.
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::. .. :. -, children and others to ,the Health ( 't i
t; Department's clinics hi West Palm ; :f
'CI'ted' Ads Beach. Among the visitors was M. '.I '
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U. Mounts County; agricultural' My.boy can join the Boy Scouts of AJ 1erica. Omi ). I.
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,- agent.; President 'C. E, 'Williams .. ,, ..
i i ? FOB SALE: New and used:WillysJcejSs. presided at the business session. ,<' t -;:__ out# ii>'every; four between 8, and 18 belongs now -,', i-,
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Walter Ashley's' Garage I
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' to Belle Glad*. Phone'3058. < _' -% 'vVJildJif Over three million boys on-their way to being good "" :

t.. 17 l' e League Is .t citizens and having a lot of fun and.. adventure, ..7"

I Back, In, Action. .
,SUBSCRIPTION expiration_, dates I- <- along the way. _
to this are marked .
newspaper I[ Th Pahokee. Junior Wildlife \ : f
on your name labelas, it comes.to ; ... ; ,
Club, inactive for.sev ral 1lonths'.beca ;<
you each week. Check the,date' on e,of,the,illness of its leader : ', :,: ,Support .your, local Boy Scouts in their,-work and ,. _, _
yours. That is your date to renew make available to boy who '
W. A. (Bill) 'Reynolds resumed help Scouting- every
, Well be looking for a check. activities ... .
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of last I'
Thursday night '
Thanks. The Everglades,News '.. wants to belong.During '. ;
L- \ week with a meeting and wiener ,I .
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" : \ PRINTING: OF ALL KINDS. If roast hi the City Par The club, :. i rt .

you need cards, envelopes,.letterheads w'hlchhas, 42 'members from 8 to 1Cyears ,, REGISTER : i ,
statements lt bill heads, hand of age: decided to held regu- : their 50th anniversary celebration thia s .' .
Mils or something in the printing 'lar meetings from now 'on and AND and
) : year, Scouts are urging adults to register ..
line just step to the phone and call tentative plans were made for field -
" VOTEvote in the national election. The Scouts are ,_
: The Everglades News at Canal end camping trips hi the near fu '

Point, No 2661. We are experts in ture. American Legion Post 90 fur : counting on you! .
nished the wieners and the Pahokee .
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producing excellent printing and ; .
ear :prices are in 'line'with out of Flying Service the cold drinks, ..
, for the refreshments that were "
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town printers who come to the :

Glades for printing business. Please served after the-- .meeting.-. .
give us a call. Phone 2661. ;
Vernon Elarbee has returned to Southern Bellr"

FOB RENT: ,Efficiency Apt. in I" Tampa after a visit with his mother. .

' Pahokee, newly furnished, Phone .Mrs. yerna Elarbee, in Paho -; .(fDWi1fg' 1Nf1lt 1k Fi t J. J ,.
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J and Mrs., George Mitchell: Of Aberdeen Mr. and'Mrs. Clyde.Griffies and

: j ;'.:'Mdi: and het.brotherinlawI .. ton. Marc of Tampa were the
fJ: I PER.SONAl'N'EWS NOTES ] j | and sister,. Mr.'and Mr&? Charles guests of her parents,*Mrand.Mrs.

I Ely, also of Aberdeen. J. S. Chastain- over, the:weekend.

, v ____________________________ Mr. and Mrs Jack Keesler of Miss Mabel FletcherSif ;''Miamf
.:.." A group of Pahokee High School Miss Marie McLitus RJJ., has .Long Island,. N. Y.whorare vacationing was the guest of her parents. Mr. .

:. : Glee Club singers, accompanied by resigned from the nursing staff'at | in Miami, visited Mr. and and Mrs. R. P. Fletcher, this week.

2. their director. Miss Ellen Morgan, thi. Everglades ,Memorial Hospitaland I Krs. G. W. Byrd, in Pahokee. Mr. Fletcher fe a patient at the

:; .. and Miss Julia Mathis, attended a is now visiting friends in' MI- Mrs. Christine Cochran; former Everglades Memorial hospital for
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f':' .": performance of the Robert Wagner ? ami. Pahokee resident now living *n treatment of a broken arm and
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t"J Corale in the Palm Beach I Jacksonville fractured ankle. .
Oklahoma City, has gone to
The Rev. and Mrs. Robert A.
Auditorium on Wednesday night '
l' cf last week. Shelley had as guests Sunday Mr. for a visit with her sister Miss Nancy Thomas, who is attending -
:: f and Mrs. Jule Gyori.of West Palm 3xy II Mrs. Lorraine King, after visiting Charron-WiJliams Busi- .

. R. H. Smith of Cincinnati, Ohio, Beach, Hungarian refugees; who here with her brother and sister- ness College in Miami, spent the
. and St. Petersburg visited Mr. and presented a special program at the in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mizell weeKend with her parents Mr. and
', :Mrs. Ramey here Tuesday. He was, Canal Point Methodist Church I and niece, Mrs. Earle Pitts, and Mrs. J. V. Thomas.
accompanied back to St. Petersburg Sunday evening. family. During Mrs. Cochran's
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ir stay here, Mrs Pitts entertainedwith Mrs. Otto Bleech }{rs. Ted Wilson -
by Michael McTavish who has
:. been staying with friends in Pa- Mrs. Helen Schroder and Mrs. a dinner party in her honor, Mrs. J. M Elliott, Mrs E. H.
2.. I I Smith Walston and Mrs J.. G. Thomas
:' hckee for the past few months. Nola were recent guests of with approximately 20 guests at
;' \ Mrs. W. A. Howell, and her sister tending. visited Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Shaugh-
t :Mrs. Violet White and her .Mrs. Susie Renfro and Miss Eliza- JOSEPH H. ANDERSON nessy in Tampa.
;;' ei, Jack Jackson broth-I beth Caraway, in West Palm I MIi anji Mrs. William Mizell of "
their house guest Mrs. Hattie Beach. Prison Missionary Dallas, Texas, visited Mr. and Mrs. Miss Donna Davis 'who is attendin -
( J. C. Mizell here while enroute to Charron-Williams: Business. College -
i. Conn., of Harvard, 111., were weekend I
4', L guests of Mrs. R. V. Eaton at Mrs. Earle Pitts and her aunt, Coming To Canal Pt. I West Palm Beach where they were was the weekend guest of her

Fort ,Myers Beach. Mrs. Christine Cochran of Oklahoma guests of Mr. and Mrs.. Earl S. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dud Davis.

\ City, were visitors in Miami Joseph H. Anderson President, Kuse. They will also visit his par- Mrs. W P. Jernigan of Clew-
: .).Ir. and Mrs G.. W. Byrd had as the past weel.. They were also Prison Missionary Association will ents Mr. and Mrs Carr Mizell, ton whorls district WSCS officer,. ,
:. recent guests their son-in-law and guests of Mrsv Cochran's niece, speak at Canal .Point Methodist enroute home. '
attended
the WSCS meeting at the
daughter, Mr.' and Mrs. K. C. Mock Mrs. Eddie Johnson, and family at Church Sunday Feb. 7th, at 11
, ... and family of West Palm Beach Hollywood.Mr. o'clock service.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Trevette Weeks Pahokee afternoon.Mrs. Methodist. Church Monday -

their daughters, Mrs. C. W. Ma- and Mrs. Anderson have had I and childern Lake Worth were I I
poles of Milton, Fla. and,Mrs. L. and Mrs. J. H. Strayer had 30 years of ,experience visiting the weekend guests of his.parents,, Will Nason of West'Palm
''.. GJ Elarbee and son, ,Steve,- oft I as guests over the weekend Mr. prisons throughout the United Mr. and Mrs.. J. G. Weeks. I Beach was the guest of.her par- .
.:_ T mpa. and 'Mrs. John Richard Heller of States and conducting city-wide I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson ,

"f Riviera Beach. Revivals, Youth Rallies and Crime Mrs, Lewis Friend and daughter, Tuesday. .
Mrs. Don Avera its visiting her .. '
Prevention Lectures in schools. Kay' were visitors in Jacksonville Buchanan
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hink- Mr. and, Mrs. Osceola Upthe- Miss Judy who is attending' -
Just recently Mr. and Mrs._Anderson over the weekend. / /
cfer, in Orlando,while she and her: grove; attended' funeral services for Charron-WiUiams BuSi-
have
:--'". I 1 husband, who plan to make their Mrs. Joe Fife in Miami Saturday. where returned from Cuba Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Knight and ness College visited her\parents,
visited
they' of the
f. home there while he is stationed In Services for Mrs. Fife were also many'' family of Lake Park were recent Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Buchanan over
jails, sat in on the 'War crimeTrials
e- that area by the U. S. ,A. F. are held Monday at Perry, where guests of Mr. and AIrs C. G. Willis. the weekend.PALK .
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and spoke personally with
:- house hunting. burial took place.
: many of the condemned men. They, --
F Mr. and MrS: Roy Segree, former -i Mrs. Pope Sears, district secre- also visited the place of execution.
: Pahokee residents now living at tary of children's work for the They have many stories to tell of

f. i South Bay, attended the midyear Methodist Woman's Society of their visit there. BEACH'1IIIaAIIIIIL.
< commencement exercises at, the Christian. Service, attended a Make your plans now'to attend

; University of Florida, Gainesville, WSCS meeting in Clewiston 'Monday this meeting.Mrs. ...
. Jan. 30, when their son Allen, received night. She was accompaniedby -
Mrs. Robert A. Shelley. Laurie Justice and cnildren
6 .-.':::1 a BS Degree in Electrical
from the university. have moved from Mia.mlinto their ,
Engineering ,
If.k.. 'c Charles Phillips of Miami spent new home. on Barfield Highway m f 0. lOX 5104. ""S. JWUTAl.JftAll. WEST PALM BfACH.. h A.' : ;' i iMtRJCA'S ,
.. Miss Susan Johnson will return the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Pahokee. Her daughter, Linda Sue, OUTSTAHWW4 fcNMCAL THCATRE-IK-TKE-ROUMO
l" .. to her studies ,at Florida State A. C. Phillips in Pahokee. He was has enrolled in.the Third Grade .
4 <.; University this, .weekend after accompanied to the Glades by his and son, Michael, in the 'First + Opens Tues. Feb. '
r.. spending the between-semesters brother Richard Phillips of Home- Grade at the Pahokee Elementary t ; 1/ ,

': vacation with 'her-' mother, Mrs. stead, who visited his wife and School _., thru SUN., FEB. 14 "
Myrtle Johnson in..Pahokee. baby in Belle Glade. j'.s.et .
Mrs. Ella Crippen. house guestof ,
.. Mrs. Lewis Friend spent the : Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen and her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy OVerland 3-2040 ,
' weekend with her daughter, Miss her brother Louis in :
*.: Crosby, were Stanley, Pahokee for the past
*' Keys Fl! ip.pvll",+ J v accompanied back-to Atlanta,*Ga.; 'month, has returned- to .her homein I .Perforauacei..aishtty; except Mondays; 7,parts per week ,p
? Kay is a student at the'University the first of the week,by their parents Dania. '* *5r I 'Nes.-Fti.st 8:30; 2 shows Sat at 6'00" 9:30;Sus.at 7.00

t i / of Florida and in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crosby, f'Dr..* < SEASON SUBSCRIPTIONS $2&0 19.50 I S.b0 10.50 ..
and Mrs. Wilburn C. I I. '
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have as guests her parents, _Mr.
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tl 'P v,*** work. Cadet Ronnie Hitchcock has re- + V&M
T V turned to his studies at The Citadel
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Aldridge had

,< :" as a guest over -the weekend their semesters after spending vacation a brief with between-his par- ,ir'E ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCEOUR ;: i

f son.* Keith, a cadet at the Bones ents, Mr. and Mrs.:..C..H. Hitchcock, \
.,t'' Military Academy in Jacksonville. at Canal Point. '
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h.;: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Barad haveas : 4 _
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week to'Macon, Ga., after a'visit .: ;.::..::;.:.::.;.;:.:.:..'.::.:.::.:':....:..;:.:..;:..:.::...:.:..:;.;..:;.,:.::.:.::.:..:;.:..::.:..;:.:..;;.:..:;.:..::.:..:;.:::"..'. : ,..':.. _. e have gained. tins disflngvked ) ,

A with Point.Mrs. Eva Lowery' at Canal .<. ;.:.;.:..:..:..:.:.M....;...:..;.;m.....u....t..:. = nc..itieII ef ... hesfeck M8rket +> .


\ : Mr and Mrs. Charles Mateer of : il \;I'ii'4lIIsenice.('!!' \\ \ ftaaks 'to fee valued patronage t:

,>;- Greensboro, N. C., were guests: of .
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FREE- :'PAR1t1NGQIti..I3ELifROAD) '. ?J .; Miss and Dennis,Avie Bostick DeLeon of of Puerto Plant Rico City, :: Phone WY 6-3028 I George Young, Manager j' 1

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versity.students I SALES EVERY, MONO AY AT '1 p: M. it : .

Mrs. James Finch enetrtained -
at her home in Canal Point witha + Owned And Operated By More Than + 4"
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party honoring her husband on .t) I 100 Florida Cattlemen + .,

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\ Pap Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday February 5..1960

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:. ".' Federal Savings j 1 Lions To AssistIn I Circle OrganizedBy Young Women

t (continued-from page 1)f Beautification r PresbyteriansThe In Tuesday Meeting

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Ing the year In the form of dividends The Canal Point Lions at the '
ne\y Circle Five of the Women The Young Woman's Auxiliary ,
amount to $459, s2 for an weekly dinner meeting voted to cooperate -
\ 'of the Church of the Ever- of the Pahokee First Baptist Chur-
k increase of 27% at a 4&% rate. with:the 'Garden Club in
: the beautification project of the glades Presbyterian Church was ch met Tuesday with Mrs. C. E.
j M j ; An increase of 20% $1,606,274
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.' $: 4d y9 { triangular plot of land lying between organized at a meeting at the home (Bill) Williams and Mrs. c. L. ,

Io in the home mortgage portfolio] the new US 98 and the old of Mrs. Roy Vandegnft In Paho (Lee) Shirley, Jr., to complete
brought the total sound quality j highway east of Canal Point kee with Mrs. Richard Murray plans ,for observance of YWA

<. home loans held by the institutionto Although this land is privately president of the Women of the Focus Week, Feb. 1420. All members -.
$9,556,664. cwned, the clubs have received Church, presiding. Circle officers were urged to attend the '
These figures demonstrate the permission from the owners to I elected were Mrs. L. K. Laflin, Palpi-Lake Associations meeting '
'h l gain to the savers, the home owners beautify it for use as a public park. chairman; Mrs Lester Duncan co at the Northwood Baptist Churchin .
/ and to the community. To add Electric light bulbs will be sold by chairman; Mrs Raleigh King secretary West Palm Beach Monday, Feb.
people to a community Is an economic members of both clubs to raise" ; and Mrs. Mea Bosworth, 15, when Pahokee YWA members
benefit; to make, these new funds for helping to finance the Bible moderator. It was announced under the direction of President.
., .f residents homeowners adds 'a' sub- project. The lions will clear the the
,I new circle will meet at the Edwina Humphreys, will present
... stantial'' moral advantage. land of old shacks and weeds to .
home of Mrs. Lester Duncan In playlet based on the conference,
The local Federal Savings Association : prepare it for sodding. Garden I Canal Point Feb. 2 at 7:30 p. m. I held in Deland last spring.
like others in, Florida :1 Club members will be in charge of

made substantial gains despite the the planting of ornamental shrubs -- -.- .-----.----
'home credit market aswell and trees and the landscaping In 1111111111 1
tightest 11'1111111 H U 11111 11111 '! t""l'I"I1'i'ilt'i' I
as Intense competition for sav- general. Picnic tables and benches '*

DAVID.kTEWART ings, In years.Everglades. will also Installed.. .THEATRES
Federal Savings is President James Gibson appoint- ,
'Candidate for Palm Beach
County
\ currently paying 4&% dividendsto 'eVfJ. W. Repperand G. Weeks to

Tax Assessor saving account holders, the I work with Mrs. James Miller and PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN .
highest In the State of Florida. :Mrs. Anderson Chastain, representatives -
Top Fair Prizes To- This organization has 'consistently I from the Garden Club, Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
led the way In paying maximum on this. project. -
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(continued from page 1)Girls' dividends. ._ < -2
4-H Club' exhibited also 10 a. i BOSSES' DINNER SUNDAY I SUNDAY MONDAY-TUESDAX
) Rhode Island'Red pullets, winning Diet InstructionIn Gene Duncan, counselor for the AND MONDAY wirmMTAiivrHft
I four blue ribbons, and six'.red. In Glades area'for the Palm Beach FEBRUARY 7-8 -
, sedition, she had on display an en- Special: School County Juvenile Court, spoke on "Thunder Road" ,
tomological exhibit of 25 Insects ,- "Juvenile Delinquency" at the an- "THE WONDERFUL .
native to the Lake Okeechobee Mrs., Guy Wood, secretary of the nual "Bosses" dinner given by WITH ';
COUNTRY"
area. Two other Canal Point Club I Glade Heart Committee, announcesthe members' of the Pahokee Junior ROBERT MTKJHTOI

members Elizabeth Gist and San- second series of free Diet in- Chamber of Commerce. In the 441 ROBERT MrrcHUM AND ALSO _

.. dra Weeks, were Awarded ,ribbons struction to be, held In the Home Steakhouse. Each Jaycee attending JULIE LONDON THE LONE RANGER AND THE
f '1 in the baked goods show. Elizabeth Economics class room of Belle introduced his employer as his
received a blue for her yeast rolls Glade High School on Thursday guest. President Frank Gillis actedas (TECHNICOLOR) LOST CITY OF GOLD

.and two red ribbons for her cookies afternoons, March 10, 17., 24 and master of ceremonies. fr,|.,|.,|.fri,|,.;.|, tIt,, ..;..;..;..;.,M-! tIt !-I"W-I-I"I"t-! ! -i-f !' ,lIt-'! !-IE >
and biscuits. Sandra won a red 31 from 2:30 to 430P. M. to regis-
ribbon for her cookies. ter, please call 'Mrs. Guy Wood,
The Pahokee Boys' 4-H Club WYman 6-2664 or write her at 916

.' was,represented In the South Flor- No W. 4th Street, Belle Glade.
ida Fair's livestock show, with two Registration will close March 4th.
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of the animals winning top prizes Tn commenting on this second
Lynn Nicely's blue ribbon,' grand' series of classes Mrs. Wood stated >
champion Angus steer and K. B. "It is necessary for iridividuals

Wagnon's blue ribbon, grand; wishing to attend this course tp
champion Angus bull, to be shown' register'so as'to give us some idea!
i also at the State Fair Tampa. In I elbow to prepare for the instruc-

addition, Lynn received two blue I tion. '
bbons for his Holstein cows and, 'This'year the course is to be

K. B... a red ribbon for his Angus i iI known as the Hart AssociationDiet

steer. Instruction,Course and, will
Other ,Pahokee 4-H Club members cover such topics as 'Calories and
I winning prizes were Alan Weight Control, 'Modified Fat
Nicely blue ribbon and grand Diet,' and 'Bland Diet with easily
FOOds: I c 'll l ?t ,
champion, Angus: steer; Wayne Digested ; i
Boynton red ribbon Hereford Mrs. Martha Kidd, Dietitian will

.steer, and blue ribbon for show-, discuss the value of foods, the
: f manship; Pete Storey blue ribbon preparation and how measurements -
, Angus heifer; Ted McCall and can be made. Mrs. Lottie
L:"' Mike McCall, ,red ribbons, Ayr- : Pierce, home economist of the Florida Largest Market Place

5. shire heifers. Florida Power & Light Company,
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Three prizes were won'by members will prepare the various foods.
of the Canal Point Boys 4-H Each class will have a local doctor 160 STORES & SHOPS

( ',,;: ,,";: : Club. Larry"Webb'"won a blue'ribbon : liSrtidpating.t' .
.. -1'.' '_' 'for' the Holstein calf he show ( .. .. 'Open Every"Wed.-Fri.-Sat. 1 to 11 p. m.

, ed. His brother, Walter Webb, received 1 Boy Scout WeekIs .
red ribbon for I
a ,a Jersey *
'" calf. and Grayson,,Braddock, a red, February 7-13
i. ribbon for a Hereford feeder steer.t ., ? PARKING FOR GUARANTEE: ALL IN, NE

;t, r Six members of the Pahokee Somewhere In America there MONEY BACK IF
20,000 GARS GIANT BLDG.:
Chapter, Future Farmers of America may be someone who doesn't know
also won prizes in the live- that February 7 to 13'is' Boy Scout A .DAY NOT SATISFIEDTHROUGH 1050'LONGLowest

stock show.for their exhibits of Week. Everyone, 'should know THE .-
Angus and Shorthorn feeder about, it this time. We want them AUCTIONSSTART : Prices
FARMERS MKT.
calves. Blue ribbons were received all to share in our birthday party.Boy .
by Robert Joiner, Don Kelly and Scout Week 1960 is important 7 P. M. AND AUCTION In America I

Pat Maxwell; red ribbon, by Ed for another reason. It's th .r
ward Fountain, Calvin Watson and fiftieth anniversary of.Scouting in
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Wilbur Findley. The Tahokee FFA America., "
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, boys plan to attend the State Fair .SCouting is good, wholesome Garden Hose Ladies

:, .... at Tampa, where they will enter a training for youngsters. While
: :.,. judging*team in the State-wide an- building character, lt.teaches them 50' 2 PLY PLASTIC ALL SIZES FINE HH
nual FFA Livestock Judging Con- ouch worthwhile things as hiking, %" L D.'31 GAL. PER _PRINTS FANCY HB/* '
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test. camping, wood lore and handicraft MINUTE 10 YEAR SOLIDS ,LARGE M B I.
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4 In addition it's Merit Badge GUARANTEE- SELECTION FIRST

The Rev and Mrs. Clare S.'Hall program teaches many.. vocationalarts. LIST 12.95 QUALITY
bad as a guest' over the 'weekend I
Mrs. William Sullivan of Dania. But more.. important, through:, Store 26 Store 24
our organization we are learning'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB what it means to become good

FIFTEENTH FLORIDA. IN JUDICIAL AND FOR CIRCUIT,PALM OF citizens. It teaches, us loyalty to !

BEACH CHANCERY COUNTY.IN .:NO.. 60 .C USA flag and country and, gives us an Going Out Of Business
EVELYN JUANITA NAHALKA. : Interest In basic freedoms. Our
Pa1nUff' : theme for 1960 is Onward for God

STEVE NAHALKA, -va- :: and my Country. SALE Last 2 Days"If=lv
., Defendant : -Reported by Wayne Ludlam
NOTICE OF SUIT -,.. .. ,
TO: STEVE"NAHALKA. Adders Un- 01
known: .- BARGAINS GALORE EVERYTHING Store
You are hereby notified that Evelyn Sorority Receives,
Juanita Nahalka ,ha&, field a' Bill of
'Complaint against you,for divorce,' and Five New Members: MUST GO REGARDLESS OF PRICE 47
you are required to serve a copy of your
anwer to the complaint on the plain- -
Box tlfTs 395.Attorney.,Pahokee Thadd. Florida Whldden.'and file P.the O. Ritual\ of- Jewels degrees were ALMAC MENS & LADIES WEARFARMERS
- t original answer" In the office of the conferred on Mrs. W.A. Cross Jr., i
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm Mrs. Carl Mlndlin, Mrs. Richard .
Beach County. Florida on or before f
the,,29th day of Febniarr. 1960; If you Thierry, Mrs. Carney Wilder and ,
fall BO to do. Judgement by default will Mrs.J.V.Thomas, Jr., at the meeting :" MARKET
be taken against you for the relief demanded -
In the,complaint. of the Beta Omicron Chapter,
DATED January 26th. 1960. Beta Phi at the I
J. ALEX ARNETTE. Sigma Sorority ;
Clerk'of Circuit Court home of Mrs. Don Zaccagnino.Mrs. .i 1200() S. CONGRESS WEST PALM BEACH
Circuit Court seal
: Richard C. Lane
.BT Thaddle. P. Plant president.J

Thadd Whldden Deputy Clerk made ,the presentation Mlndlin Open Every .Wed. Fri. Sat. 1 to llp.m.
Attorney for Plaintiff A grees. Mrs. Carl presented I Iir.s ,
P. O. Box 395 : '..: 0' the program a travelouge on!
Pahokee, Florida ; I i
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