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 Material Information
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 12, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079910:00007
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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\'..: _February!. 12,1960CIRCULATING PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT By PA'tfL'RARDIN'' .



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY .


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I Junior Netters In. Baptist Hospital Local Baptists To Cub Scout Pack- 23 Council ObjectsTo

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i Is On Target Date In Monthly Meet

:: I Schedule Sponsor RevivalRevival SRD Speed Rate
IBusy SOUTH MIAMI-Builder RobertL.Turchin Cubmaster 1\ L Tyson, Jr., at

reported this week that the monthly meeting,of "EahokeeCub'

. The Canal Point Junior High construction on the $5,500,000 plans ,for February 21- Scou\<| Pack 23 in the high The, Pahokee City Council in

basket ball team known as the Baptist Hospital in South Miamiis 28 are completed by the Canal school building, presented the regular session Monday night ac*

Trojans, are having a busy season progressing.on schedule and that Point Baptist Church. Dr. Paul awards plaque to Den Two, the at- cepted the resignation of Roy

\ under the coaching of James i 'target date" for completion of Meigs, of Jacksonville, Fla-, who is ,tendance flag to Den Four and the Vandegrift, Jr., from the board of
Threlkeld. I the huge medical center is late good conduct flag to the Webelos directors of the Pahokee Housing

t On Tuesday afternoon the Tro- Fall.Turchin Den. Authority appointed J. L.,Tyson -
; jans traveled to South Bay where said structural wprk is Individual awards in the form ofbadges Jr., a member of the board to''

they defeated the South Bay, Juniors nearly complete and work' is con- or arrows were received by replace Mr. Vandegrift. ( '

1 I; 26-17. Jimmy Goodson, the tinuing on the interior. Cliff Grimes, Allen Miner, George The Council adopted a resolution

t Trojans' high scoring guard, chalked The Baptist Hospital is.the first Magrill,. Randy Laks, Omar expressing strong opposition to
, up 11 points to lead his teammates section of a complete medical unit Adams Glenn'Stewart and Hank the State Road Department's proposed

l. to victory. Walter Young which" will include a mid-town Mi- Tucker. increase of the speed limiton
got 10 points and Melvin Lamb. 5 ami site eventually/ The 304-bed Glenn-Stewart and Cliff Grimes Bacom,Point Road, a section of I

! points. Jimmy also got a broken South Miami unit is being built on were welcomed as new members of SR 715 within the city limits, from .
front tooth in the mad scramble be- 55 acres donated by multimillionaire Webelos Den by Den Dad Camp- the present 35 miles to 45 miles

; tween the two teams' for points. financier Arthur Vining Davis. bell. ,Larry Story was received: per hour. City.Clerk Patsy Batch-
j Last week the Trojans lost two The five story hospital will include a new member of Den Three and- elor was instructed to send a copy .

7* games to the rambunctious baby more than a'million dollars Danny Denton, new member of of the resolution, together with a
Brahmans of Okeechobee. In the worth of the latest medical equIp- Den One. petition protesting the proposed
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first game, Feb. 2, at Okeechobee ment. speed limit increase signed by resi: ,
the Brahmans were just twice as dents living on Bacom Point Road: '

good at scoring as the Trojans, I iHeart Week Is Set I to the chairman of the SRD board '
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winning 22-11, with Jimmy Good- S. S. Conference In in Tallahassee.. .
son tossing 9 points and Lewell It was voted to advertise for bids S

i ,Hughes, 2 points, for Canal.Point's Orlando Feb. 29 R i For February 2228Heart for the extension of the water : .
t, totaL In the return game at Canal works' intake pipe farther out into

Point, Feb. 5, the Brahmans,were Lake Okeechobee where the wateris
hard put to outscore the fighting I DR. PAUL MEIGS II Week is set for February I less roily and more easily made I
I i annual School Con- will call
The Sunday 2228. A Heart volunteer
Trojans, 3!-30, in A thrilling Contest potable for human use. Accepted :
vention for "Baptist churches in the Director of the Department of 1 t>n you for your contribution. Your I
that brought the,yelling spec- ate meeting was the price bid of '\
Florida will be held at First Baptist Evangelism and Mission?Education contribution to the American Heart ;
e'and and'Serssa
f tatorsto, their feet: again.s $963, submitted by Wallace
Church Orlando, February 29 to for the Florida paptfct Convention Association heart re*
.TjpJao. supports f.lXew Jersey._ ort, Q ,
Thgrg.a P16 "
basketball) 4 ,'squad iPJf10 Guards? ?9 Jimmy. MarchJ2. ..... ,. according. :'to..' :TFrBai-ry/: f fcTfcr; be:;th .JPi t.Ptf cHeiC:_;']jr..I,searchpiiblic dit: atiori..tbiyiutuif- pTJrchase-bf a newt b1or1riator/t -!"' ;
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Meigs has held successful ty service and rehabilitation. Fifty-
Goodson. Walter Parker and James secretary. I I pastorates the waterworks department. ,
Spires Centers Lewd Hughes, Featured en the program will be ,in Georgia and in California.He .1 I four per cent of your money goes Authorized. was. the renewal of'. J
Dr. 'Wayne Dehoney, Pastor First I came from the pastorate in'Berkeley to heart research... continued 8) ,*
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David Kautz and Fred McKee Forwards -
Baptist Church,Jackson, Tennesseeand : California to the present Area chairmen for Heart Weekare i -- i
Melvin Lamb Walter Young
Keener Pharr, Southern Bap- I work: among Florida. Baptists. Hs : % I
(continued. -on. page. 8) i tist Sunday School Board Nash- is ,one of the most outstanding Pahokee: Mrs. Max Beverly, Family Life Study .

ville. The convention theme will be (continued on page 8) Mrs. Hugh Branch, Mrs. Joe Tom

Jaycees To Help. "Cause me to hear, to know, to do ... oynton.. Named Success

thy will." Secretary Barry will Vote Books Moved Heart coin boxesJaycees.Colored .
the Area-Eastern Star. J
: preside over program.
Slow AccidentsThe .Other out-of-state speakers will I I Canal Point-Mrsl A. R. Chas- I The PTA-sponsored Family Life .

be+ Crawford Howell, Dr.. SibleV I To I Office Building taro Mrs. Paul,Rardin Mrs. Don I Education Institute conducted DY ,
Robbie Trent, '
Dr. Ellis '
Burnette, Kepp.
'Pahokee Junior Chamber of: Dr. Douglass Brown at Pahokee
Mrs. Ada Rutledge, and Mrs., Will A Kick-off Coffee for all area ended Feb. 5.
Commerce, in cooperation with the I High School Friday,
Florida Highway Patrol and the S. McCraw, all from the Sunday Glades Registration books and chairmen:and captains will be held Dr. Brown kept a very full sche-'
Florida Citizens Advisory Com School Board at Nashville.. information can be -found, at the Tuesday morning at 10. a. m. at dule during the week he was here,
Vacation Bible School conferences Glades Office Building! Supervisor the home of Mrs. Victor Mulberg, three speaking engagementsat
Is filling
mittee on Highway Safety, spon- '
soring locally safety will be held each morning un of Registration DeWitt Upthe- Indian ,Mound, Belle Glade. civic clubs in addition to his
a highway
der the direction of Burnette.Responsibility this week brought all information -
grove
program which is expected to be I I I II I Tuesday I ..
: concerning 'voting in the,
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Glades area,to the new building for I I he at a luncheon'
dents. The Jaycees will distribute Planned was guest speaker
flare kits which will fit in the glove OfChild use of local residents. Camporee given by the Ministerial Association -
If want, to know for sure
you and on Thurs-
Wednesday
these kits I on
of
compartment a car,
I whether or not you are: registered, he spoke before the RotaryClub.
day
to include two flares that can be Discussed For Boy Scouts TEach
Is just stop by the Office., Building \ \
feet
seen 1,500 by oncoming motorCars -
ists. smashing into other f some day<< soon and ask.Mrs, Mae I class in the Junior high and
;; I 1 Pope, fdr the nfbrmation. She has I, ,Scout Troops fr9m Clewis-I high! ,schools was given opp rt Di'i
.. motor, vehicles that are parked at ""Whose. Responsibility is the I r all All Boy .
: of it at her finger tips. pre
the side of the road because'mechanical > ; ton, Belle'Glade, Lake..Harbor, Pa ty to-meet with Dr. Brown. There
Child'" was'the subject of a panel i cinct books. from Canal Point were separate discussion periods
failure tire trouble is
or
one of the major forms of traffic discussion at,the February meeting| around the Big'Lake to Lake'Harbor hokee,Indiantown and Okeechobee with the high school groups during

accidents which most of the time ot ,the Pahokee Parent-Teacher are available there, Mrs. Pope ar expected to take part in they which Dr. Brown answered questions -
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can be prevented if the motorist 'Association-held 'Monday night in said.County; District Camporee on Taylor Creek asked by the students. In addition
school auditorium with Commission Chairman north of Okeechobee this weekend '
in trouble places warning flares on ihe high to this he held private coun-
either side of his vehicle, accordingto I President W. 'O. Moss presiding. Paul Rardin pointed to the new Pahokee' Troop 628 plans to send selling sessions by appointmentwith

Frank Gillis Jaycee president. James W. Vann served as moderator voting service as another in the 30 Scouts accompanied by Scout- parents and students. ,
list of services being rendered masters Louis Mims and'Ed Carver -
... for the panel which was com long -
posed of Mrs. R. B. Simonson'representing at the Glades Office Building who recently resumed troop
Steer Is
'TpSellBulbsToFinance the viewpoint of parents; erected in August 1958 under the leadership after an absence of five I Nicely's .'.

'Project Gene Duncan, Glades area counselor direction of the Ideal commissionerand months to the camporee. This Winner At Fair .
from the Palm Beach County the county board. group will leave for the camp.Saturday _

Canal Point Lions at the dinner Juvenile Court; Mrs. Hugo Boe, at 12 noon and return late Lynn Nicety's black Angus steer,
meeting In Community Building Ii representing the schools; and the I Sunday afternoon. Trailing1 the which woh blue ribbon grand

Monday night continued their Rev. Robert A. Shelley, pastor of Homestead Filing l troup bus will be "Sloppy Jalopy", i champion awards at the South

discussion of ways and means: of I the Canal Point Methodist Church Should Be Done the troop's cook-wagon which was Florida Fair and Exposition, also
assisting the Canal Point Garden representing the churches. i thoroughly overhauled this week took top honors at the State Fair

Club in beautifying the triangularplot The panel discussion came as an by Olaf 'Boe, preparatory fdr; the in Tampa where it was awardedthe -
the deadline for filing
Although at the 4-H
of land lying between the old aftermath of the Adult-Youth camporee. grand championship
and new highways immediately: I Family Life Education Institute. applications for homestead exemp- The theme for the camopree is cattle show and tiie reserve grand !I

east of town. It was reported the sponsored by PTA at the. high tion is March 21, County Tax As- "Fun! and Fellowship,** accordingto championship of the entire fair. '

order has been'sent'in for the light school the past week under the direction sessor David; Stewart is urging all Scoutmaster Mims. The Scouts I, Lynn won first place in showman- t

bulbs which will be sold by mem of Dr.,L Douglass Brown of who are eligible -for such exemptions are,expecting a good attendance of ship at the 4-H cattle show. I

bers of both clubs to raise-funds to Florida State University. Mrs. to file early. On Thursday adults, including parents, Scout- K. B. Wagnon also showed his -

help finance the project. The joint Lloyd Hundley,. a chairman of the night of this week .Mr. Stewart leaders and committeemen, at their prize-winning black Angus steer at .
committee from the two clubs in planning committee reported the kept his office in 'the County special campfire program Saturday the fair in Tampa, where it was \

charge of the project,include Floyd institute was a distinct success, Courthouse open until 8 p. m. to evening. awarded eighth place. .
Erickson J. W. Repper and J. G. with a good attendance at all sessions accomodate persons who find it There will be instruction classes Both Lynn and K. B. are members -

Weeks for the Lions Club; Mrs. Principal Brooks Henderson difficult to go to the courthouse and a five-mile hike for tender- of the Pahokee Boys 4-H Club,

James Miller and Mrs. A. R. Chas- stated that a poll of the high school! during the regular office hours cf foot Scouts who are striving for which has as its leader Lynn'a

tain for the Garden Club (continued on page 8). the tax assessor's office. second class rank Mr. Mims said. father Marlin M. Nicely.1 *

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-Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday, February 12, 1960


t Florida Continues Traffic Trap him assurance, to the full extent

sJr that I could take action,- that we
Marvelous Growth OiTWane In State would eliminate from"the Florida

\ \ scene any operation of arrest' for

\ MIAMI Florida the nation'sfastestgrowing TALLAHASSEE-Governor profit."
Collins has assured the Peninsula ...
large state, has
leap-frogged from No. 20 to No 1 Motor Club (AAA) he will do Gary.Gillis Has
everything in His power to eliminate -
population spot in the U. S. dur
ing the "fabulous fifties", a jump "traffic traps" in Florida. A Birthday Party -

far outdistancing that of any other The Governor made a 'public -

LJ1:1T major state during the past decade. statement after a conference withMarvin Mrs. Frank Gjllis entertained at

First rank in percentage-wise L. fiolloway president of Mrs. T. Pennington's Nurserywith

: 1950-1959 population gains among the motor club. a party honoring her son

major states was won by Florida The session also was attended b> Gary, on his fourth birthday anni-

with a 72 percent increase, accord- B. R. Fuller. Jr., executive director -' versary. Gary's classmates at the

The; Rardin', Building'In Canal ,Point, Florida ing to the current issue of the Florida :- of the Florida Development I nursery were guests. The hostesswas

Business Letter, Miami, which Commission; CoL H. II. Kirkman,: assisted with the serving of

4 THR'LAKE. pKEEOHOBEE REGION- HOME OF"THE ppints out that, ,on a percentage director of the Florida Highway I refreshments by Mrs. Pennington.
Patrol; and Hotel Commissioner '"'
basis, Florida's population has
: EVERGLADES NEWS' grown four times faster than that Richard Edgerton. BOB Dounnr HOME IN FIVE

'. of,the nation as a whole. Holloway gave a complete report -!DAYS AFTER DISC OPERATION
'..:, Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without By July, 1960;; according to on the traffic trap situationin [ %

..' Interruption Every Week,for,More Than 30 Years First Research Corporation, Mi- the state, as determined through I', R. S.: (Bob) Douthit of Pahokee

Established March Ii, 1924' .'Published Friday ami-based: economic and market exhaustive investigation by the I' returned to his home Monday after

S research firm of which Florida motor club: undergoing at Good Samaritan
*ser pU on Price $2.00 Year ,In Advance surgery -
I Business Letter is an affiliate; the Collins reported that from Hollo- in West Palm Beach on
The Everglades News Is'Entered at the Post Office entire state's population is calcu- way's findings, Florida today prob- ;
of last week. Bob had
.. .. :' In Cana| Point,:FIOrida.i as,Second Class :Matter lated to reach a total of five mill- ably has fewer traps than "we Wednesday a
ion people. ,have had in time' disc operation that necessitated
: a long, long
Paul Rardlne' Owner, Editor; Publisher ... However, he continued there still putting a couple of the things back

r .A Mrs. R. J. Welch has returned to are a' few' municipal operations in place after they had been mended ,

4 her home at Lake City, S.'C., aftera carrying on the traps. "He (Hollo- by the surgeon. He came home
.. :=Here Is What Transpired At Monday's' visit of several months here with way) had no complaints in respectto singing the praises of his doctor

her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. county operations," the GoverI and the folks who took care of him
Meeting Of The Palm Beach
and Mrs. Roy Vandegrift, Jr. J I nor said. "And of course, I gave while he was there.

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Improvement of' road signs J' and Took under advisement,the pos-

identification markers at Lantana sibility of improving a curve on I

Airport was under consideration State Road AlA in. Palm Beach on
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this Week by the county commis i existing right of way. Original

S sion. I plans called for ,spending $10,000on

James Tilford, sales manager for improvements but the commis- Phone -JPahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade I
Palm Beach Aviation, a tenant at sion decided to drop the idea when I

Lantana, asked the commission it was learned that needed right of
this week to improve identifica- way would cost the county $179.-. I SALES and SERVICE II j ji

tion of the airport by painting the 000. I I

name on the base runways. .. 1 I I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
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I He also asked that a beautification Veterans Will BQ g
be started to LmiHIMMJB
program improvethe
looks of the entrance to the Aided By New Law

airport and that some changes be -

,made' in the variety of sign mark- :Public Law, 86-211: Effective '
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with the beginning of the next Fis- $: -: :
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al year July 1st, 1960. Depend-
His requests were referred 10 "}
Frank ants of World War n, and the Korean }}
Sakser, county aviation di-
conflict will be entitled to the
rector.
same benefits, 'as those of. World
The commission in another mat
war Ir which means that widows,
ter conceming''Lantana AlrporCgave
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and children of veter- .57 4
dependant ,
,permission to the' Civil Air
ans who die as the result of a Non- :
Patrol to hold a fish fry at the base
Service connected condition
may
in March. CAP members from
file a claim with the veterans administration
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slated
across the state are to fly to
for benefits after the
Palm Beach County to take part
above date.Following.
in the event.
is list of {
a required
,: In other actions the board:
evidence to be presented by the I
Received bids .for constructionof
widow at the 'time of fifeing a ,II
three comfort stations at John
claim. I I
Prince Memorial Park
Voted to call for bids for con-, (1) A certificate or photostatic d. F ;r5jr.Y L ;
copy of marriage,certificateto '
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atruction of an addition' to the
the deceased veteran. :
county hospital.
of,birth certificatesfor
Heard that County Attorney (2)) Copies "

Harry Johnston had been, ,named all dependant children un- \
der the age of 18, or the age of .
legal advisor to the State Association ..
21 if still attneding a Public ::
of County. Commissioner'szoning

, committee group which School.
, ... (3) A copy of the veterans
is headed by Commissioner Roy
discharge or seperation papers.
I Michael, Jr.
(4) A copy of the death certi-

ficate of the deceased veteran.
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ments, A widow claim can not be.. 4e
Classified, Ads allgwed Under the laws of the V. A.

? It is therefore urgent, that all
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possess
FOR SALE: New and;used Willys
** Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage documents, start at once in an effort -
to obtain same. In addition to e,
'In'Belle Glade, Phone 3058. .S
Oct 17-64-ch,. this requirement, if there was any f
previous marriage or marriages oy v y4

SUBSCRIPTION expiration dates either the veteran or his spouse, a 2

.to.this newspaper ,are markedon copy of a, divprce .decree or death

your name label as it comes to certificate showing how the previous

you each week. Check the date on marriage ened date;place and:

yours. That is your date to renew Etc., will be required before a

We'll be looking, for a check. claim, will be allowed. In additionto

Thanks. The Everglades News. 'this, there will be certain income -

limitations, which will be ex-
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If:
at the time the claim is
plained
you need cards envelopes;.letter- ,
heads statements;'.bill heads, handbills filed. IF HUSBANDS HAD TO DO THIS*
It is suggested that all those
or something in the' printing who feel that they will be effectedby EVERY WIFE WOULD HAVE AN "
line just step to the phone and cal
this new law, begin now to ob-
:The Everglades News at Canal <."' 1;
tain the required listed evidence % IOC/HOME LAUNDRY
Point No'2661. We in
are experts
and.keep in a safe place until time ;

. producing excellent printing, and to file a, claim.Information .
. eur prices are in line with out of will be furnished at What man would put up with this backache drudgery?An ALL-

.town printers who come to the a later date concerning veterans ELECTRIC laundry-with Washer Dryer, Ironer(and an Electric '

Glades for printing business. Please who may be eligible to file for a ( ( Water Heater for plenty of piping-hot water)-take? the "
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give us a call Phone 2661. I Non-Service: connected disability fatigue out of washdays. It's the cleaner, cooler safer, modem

pension after July 1st 1960, as to automatic way.
.WANTED: First Class and .
body
paint Good pay.. Contact income limitation and Etc. Physi- With this "Matchless Four" in your laundry, you'll enjoy
man.
'"Hub Spooner at Pahokee Motor cal requirements will continue to / more leisure and stay younger longer.And remember it's cheaper .k
. I be the same then as now. 1 ; to go all-electric in your kitchen-laundry than to use a combination
;Company 2-12tfch
.. -I. V. McClelland of services =

GOOD AUTO SALESMAN wanted Veterans Service :-. See electric today
your appliance dealer ....'V
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,i' at Pahokee Motor Officer Glades Area _
Company. If _'
. :you can' sell please contact Hub I' ;;7' ;.." "c' FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY 1InK

'" Spooner within the next: day ,)r CLASS ADSPAY I : HELPING BUILD FLORIDA .

: two.A.good j awaits you 2-12tfc; I BIG DIVIDENDS -;- JJI[ ;r J" ir : '

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yedmago can go right on iQ88 Ply : laftld In 3% Series .HIf '
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about it! That is true not only of the Boodawt .)iWe M 25e a week fee'yoa, or as moeha0'yod tb
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aQ i the Plan,mfive years+ you win harwffke about United States Government '
which obtain now will also enjoy the extended
you earning period. They win atari eam$1, 90. .ffi 9 y ra e 8 Y 8'iI S lea H Bonds. Series H is a new current 1
have $ ,gQ.p .- aDdt in 19 years! asd ineoD1e-Bond available in denominadoasof -
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0aymg because at par after 6 months and on 80 days'notice. yt
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B. A. Belcher, agronomist in Commerce will sponsor a one-day' JACKSONVILLE Stricter

charge of the USDA Sugarcane appearance of the Hagen Brothers -

Fie _Station at .Canal Point, has Circle in Pahokee on March 17. ::\itf regulations on use of deathdealing -

returned from Birmingham, Ala., There will be two performancesof pesticides are under consideration -
,by the Florida State Board of
\ where he attended meetings and the three-ring circus, one in the
section conferences of the Southem afternoon .and one'in the evening:, I -- I Health.

, Agricultural Workers. Associa according to Frank Gillis; Jaycee I Two hearings have been held.
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tion.I president. F i Many professionals oppose any _,
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control, especially they -
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Batchelorhad Lt.. and Mrs. Edward E. Stanley 1 say
as guests her brotherinlawand I since private individuals would notI
\ and daughters, Cheryl and Karen,
sister Mr. and Mrs. ,Frank I be subject to reg}elation. '
who have been residing in Kailua, J I .
-- Herrin, and sister, Mrs. M. A Hawaii, for the past three years I Some of the pesticides are so

Johnson, all of Brunswick, Ga. while Lt. Stanley was stationed at j W lethal, that death can result from

Mrs. Gene Pickren and children the Barbers Point Naval Air Station merely brushing a bush that has

have returned from ,a visit of several I I are expected to arrive here'] been sprayed, the board says. Six

weeks with her mother in At- this week for a visit'with his mother such deaths were recorded in Flor-

lanta, Ga. Mrs. Ralph C. Stanley, in Pa t::.. ida last year. .
) Mrs. I. Marshall Lair; was calledto I I hokee and her parents Mr. ani: The board proposes that those in '

,Luverne., Ala., by the deeth of Mrs. Grady Echols in Canal Point. the business, be certified on the.job,

her father, ,C. W. Howell, who died Mrs. Don 'Collier ,has returned I I warning signs would be put up,
at his home there. on Feb. 2 after employes would have to warn
home from Good Samaritan Hospital -I
a long illness. West Palm Beach, where she neighbors in person about the
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Mr.: andjrMs. George Clingan, underwent major spraying operation and containers
surgery.
former Pahokee residents now liv-
would have to be carried
Mullins away.
Mrs. Tom was accompanied -
ing at Winte Haven, accompaniedby
back tor her home Some pesticides would be pro-
Mrs. Olga Delamater of Little in Canal
hibited of others would be
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ton, Mass., visited friends here the Point from a visit with( relatives restrictedlj '

first of the week while enroute to in Virginia by her mother Mrs. G. :
W. Bruckner. j I Changes in regulations regarding -
Beach. ,
Pompano I
structural pest control opera-
L. B. Wilson was accompaniedhome Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Jr., ....,
: lions are due, also. Chief among
from visit in Ga. attended the of Miss I "
a Colquitt, wedding Lynn t I these would be better protection
I by his mother, Mrs. Norton. Mrs. Heberlihg and Dick, 'Shorve at _
( of householders who have paid forI
Wilson who him Lakeland the first of the .
I accompanied Jo wee* I I long term protection.
. Colquitt, remained there for an ex- The newly weds were"classmates
:MISS CORINNE COLLINS PAHOKEE The Florida Health Officers' con-
OF P
' tended visit because of the illness of Mr.Shirley while he was attending -
ference is meeting through Wed
of her father, J. Shiver. the University Florida. Mr. arid Mrs. Lewis Minter Collins of Pahokee announce the engagement I
nesday in connection with the
Kenneth Hignite, who has servrJ' Mr and Mrs. M. C. Carter hada of their daughter, Corinne, to Cadet Martin William'Cary, Jr., board's sessions today
ed for the past two with the } \Vest Point;, N. Y. He is the son bf Col. and Mrs. Martin William Cary, ,
years guestS the first of the week Mr.
VF 101 at the Sr., of Marianna, Fla. The wedding will take place June 26,at the First State Rep. Robert T. Mann of
Training Squardon and Mrs. R. A. Ferreira of Barn- Methodist Church in Pahokee. Tampa told the health officers "
.s Key West Naval Base, is spendinga i i stable Mass.
l I Monday the legislative committeeon
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two weeks' leave from the
Navy Richard Hatton, son of Mrs. Mrs.Roland 1 F health and welfare, of which \
Mr. and
with his Mr and Mrs. I King had as Dr. James McCall has returned
parents,
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Ruth Hatton of Pahokee, who is a"visil he is chairman, does not plan leg-
Thomas Hignite while being trans- guests her mother, Mrs. Jane Lit I to Chamblee, Ga.; after cf
I with the 82nd Airborne Division at islation to prohibit or require flu-
fered to the VF I I several days with his,parefits, Mr.
Fighter Sqaurdonat tle, and sister, Mrs. J. C. Stapler.
Fort Bragg, is a patient at the oridation of drinking water.
Jacksonville. and Mrs. J. .L. McCall, at Canal .
Fort Bragg Army hospital wherehe While here Mrs. Little and Mrs. I \ -- -
Point.
Bobby C. White, who received abachelor's 1
is being treated for head and Stapler also visited Mr. aDd Mrs. Among the patients at the Ever
degree in business ad- Mr.. and Mrs. W. Roscelle Wilson Wed.
back injuries received in a car ac C. R. glades Memorial Hospital
."ministration Stapler. i
from Florida State
cident. He is expected to be in the !'I have as a 'guest his:another, M-$ were Mrs. Vivian Stamp, Mrs. I

University on Jan. 30, is spendingtwo hospital for four weeks. Sid Stubbs of Bradenton waS the Thornton' of Georgia While here Mary Ann Hayes, Mrs.' Jackie '

weeks in Canal Point wherehe ,. visit Carter Mrs Helen Hill and R. P. I
guest several days of Miss Annette Mrs. Thornton will also an- ,
is the guest of his mother, Mrs. Mrs. J. L.' Tyson, Jr., newly're- I I Wilson Fletcher. ,'" .
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McIntosh last week. other son, B. and family. ;
'W. J. White. instated member of the Xi Beta "

The Pahokee.. Junior Chamber of Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sor I } .
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chapter at a supper and bridge .
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: Arii4s. home of Mrs. Harold Wilkinson .... -
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';. : following a brief business session. :

Mrs. Lee C. Parker 'was also a
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TRANSPLANTED guest at the party. .

ASTERS, PANSIES, PHLOX.
SNAPDRAGONS ETC. Mrs. Jackie Carter, R. N., member -II _

of the nursing staff at the .
AT 35c PER DOZEN .
Everglades Memorial, is a patientat '
$2.50 PER HUNDERD"Plumosa"Nursery \
the hospital and is not expectedto \ <

be able to resume her duties at : .. .
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the'hospital for three months. Her r o .i. r ,
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Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Crahill -. -II" \ ,4.1.
EDWARD OLSEN parents \
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BACOM'! POINT RD. PAHOKEE of Okeechobee visited her Thurs ;- -'::': .: .. ..: -- as'"
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Mr. and.Mrs. E. D. Sims, Jr., ,

had as guests Mr. and Mrs. How- I

ard Barnes of 'Wilson, N. C.; also ,

Mrs. William Dunn and children of .'"', .4':4: t tI

1.. Pompano Beach. ;; '. __ _
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.ash I' Mrs. Una Peebles has returnedto '
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Savannah, Ga., after a visit of

several weeks with her brotherinlaw -
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, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W.'L. .

.Boatwright, at Pahokee; .

4 b' : The Rev. and "Mrs. James E. Sure, she's a grand old flag! .

Boyd have as guests\this week her That's why we salute her.

mother, Mrs. O. L. Barnes; uncle k, That's why we pledge allegiance to her." x .yr < (

i M at O. D. Barnes, and nephew Garland k N ,
That in its terms
pledge simplest ,"
Barnes, all of Hopkinsyille, Ky.
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:' riThLY '.' :is another way of saying."Count me r.

: a Louis Cowart, hydraulics engi- in. You're my country and I love you. ,.

neer for'the Pahokee Drainage District and need you. Your problems are. f' w.&t

was 'painfully injured last ,my problems, and I'm with you L '. /': '' A''

wdekerid,when his left hand was all the way," \

caught in a power,saw, the whirling Your country's biggest single 4f t4
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. teeth of the saw severing the a 4 ,
dcept problem is the perpetual responsibilityfor Y
arteries and reaching to the bones
keeping the peace its people 1
a Y' ; of his hand in a flash. u
want. You can help with'this

; i TU1U Carl E. Thompson, principal of problem by remembering this: of %

APRIL lQuIwas the Westgate School and son, Peace costs money.Money for '

Kenny, were guests of,his brother military and industrial strength. "

and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs..Joe Money for science and education. '

t EVERY RACE : E. Thompson, here.Saturday., And money saved by individualsfi:

} .. DA1LYDOUBLE'J. The Pahoke High, Bluee, Devils by you-to help keep the economy ,, '
Bonds provide this
\ strong. money.
are scheduled to play the' Bells
Grind rrtx\VImIe..Nat1oDal>"ewip&per ftaBptbot aa&..e
Glade Golden Rams on the basketball -' -3r UartiB H. M1H...-ATSX
; ; ADMISSION 25cM court in the Belle Glade gym

:: A FREE PARKIN G' ; this Friday night. This will be followed Help Strengthen America's. Peace Power
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by a'home game with Jupiter

Tuesday night and another witn .

Okeechobee next Friday night* '
\ 4 Buy U. S. Savings Bonds w

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,< Ellis Wilkison has gone to Durham -

N. (X, for a medical checkupat i

the Duke. Hospital, Clinic. : "\- NOW PAYING 3 i1% INTEREST j
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The u.s.Government does not pay for this advertuing.The Treasury Department thanks,
a ;1ELY'.E;ROAD: 1 guest her, mother, Mrs: ,,/'Ida. .": # ;: '-'. for tkeirr3K:cf.icdonsJionTheAdstniting Council and -..';' : : .-, -
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:[ operate juvenile detention facilities

at Palm Beach International Air- :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hignitehad

port for the next seven months. as guests over the weekend

___ __ The 'county juvenile department their nephew, Leslie Combs, and::
> recently asked that detention facilities family of Lakeland. '

: \ be made available at the Mrs. L. W. Armstrong and

air base. County Judge Richard daughter, Mrs., Jack Phillips, were
Robbins recommended the installation guests over the weekend of Mrs.
t Canal pt. Missionary The Methodist Church I Christian Science i of facilities which County Armstrong's son, Alvin. Arm-

Baptist ChurchRev. Canal Point. FloridaRobert Group Of Canal Point i would Engineer*cost an Steve estimated Middleton$23,000.said While trong, there and attended family at the Hialeah.annual

r Charles D.: Stewart, Pastor vA. Shelley, Pastor The commission Monday votedto Miami Horse Show. Mrs. Phillips'son
Healing through spiritual meansas fill the far funds
I request so as
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: Lonnie. was one of the cadets
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 :1Church School practiced by Christ Jesus will are available. from the Miami Military Academywho
a. m.- be wrought out at, Christian Sci- .
: !" 11:00 a. mv-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship services marched in review at the
ence Sunday.
6:30 p. .Training Union. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship Readings from the King James Charles Lairsey Is opening of the show.
7:30 p. m.-Evening1 Worship I Mr. and :Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson
7:30 m.-Evening Worship ,
i p. Version of the Bible 'and correlative On FSU Dean's ListMr.
! r WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: I Sr., spent the weekend in :Miami
from "Science and
;'t t 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting. 3:15 m Youth Choir practice! passages with his brother-in-law and sister,
'J- TUESDAY p. : Health with Key to the,Scriptures"by and Mrs. Charles L. Lairsey, Mr. and Mrs.W.,G. Williams.,
I Mary Baker Eddy will comprisethe students at Florida State Univer-
Mrs. E. B. Gamble of
8:00 'nVoman.s Society1st : I president
Holy Nativity p. -Lesson-Sermon entitled fSoul", sity at Tallahassee were home fora the Pahokee Baptist Woman's MIssionary ,

' Episcopal; Church 2nd MONDAY Tuesday: : a word which, when capitalized short visit with his parents, Mr. Union, accompanied by
used in Christian Science a
as and Mrs. Millard Lairsey this week
- Pahokee 7:30 m.-Esther Class meeting Mrs. Paul Watson and Mrs. W. A.
: p. for God.
synonym between semesters. Charles
, was
I WEDNESDAY Keen attended the mission study
:
Jesus' healing of the man, 'possess notified that he was 'on the Dean's
M. WendeU Hoinlln Vicar course conducted at the First
.. 7:30 m.-Prayer Meeting I Bap-
,.I SUNDAY, : p. d with a devil, blind, and List for the past semester. He has tist Church in West Palm Beach
dumb" (Matthew 12) will be included -
one more semester before graduation -
10 a. m.-Sunday School Tuesday by Mrs. J. H. Lockhart of
11 a. nx Worship Service I First Baptist in the Scriptural readings. ,at which time he ,will be Tampa, State WMU president.Mr. .
.. The following citation will be with in Business
.
Church PahokeeRev. graduated a degree : and Mrs. Roy H. Angel and
those read from Science and
among Administration and Personnel .
children spent the weekend with
First Methodist
...James, E. Boyd. pastor Health (21011-16); : "Knowing.that I I Management. Mrs. Lairsey Is her parents, ,Mr. and M_rs. C. W.
, Church, Pahokee SUNDAY:; SERVICES: ) ,Soul and its attributes were fr-I{ I in her socend years. at FSU. Marsh in Orlando. I
ever'manifested through the m i i
, 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School man Mrs. J. G. Weeks has returned J
Rev: Clare S. Hall: 11:00 a. m.-Morning (Worship Master healed the sick gave sightto I I Singers To Meet to her home from a week spent 1
the blind hearing to the deaf, \
SUNDAY: 6:45 p. .Training Union with her son 'and family, Mr. and ,
I feet to the lame thus On Military TrailThe
bringing to
8:00
9:45 a. m.-Church School p. -Evening Worship' Mrs. Trevette Weeks at Lake _
light the scientific action of the
WEDNESDAY:
11:00 a. m.--Morning Worship Worth.
6:45 p. m. MYF 8:00 p. m.-Prayer Meeting.. divine Mind on human minds and Gospel Tabernacle of Four Mrs. H. C. Clark of Pelican Lake
7:45 I bodies and giving a' better understanding Points in West Palm Beach, located
m.-
p. Evening Worshipr returned home Sunday from St.
of Soul and salvation." two blocks north of state ,
TUESDAY ,
r : The Church Of God Marys hospital in West Palm
., 7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir practice .r.a Road 80 on Military Trail will con- Beach.

IWEDNESDAY Of Prophecy*. Pahokee : Mrs. Atkin Teaches eo. dust theirregular second, Sunday Mrs. G. B. Gamble and Mrs.
: Gospel Singing convention Feb. 14
Wiley Tillis attended the quarterly
7:45 p. m.-MId-week devotions Canal Point Road tWMUMeeting from 2:30 until 4:30 P. M. We are meeting of the Baptist WMU at

8:30 p. m.-Senlor Choir prac- John H. Kinardr. pastor: I. looking forward for a wonderful the Greenacres Baptist Church

,. tic.. 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School Mrs. J. S. Atkins reviewed' the afternoon of singing.\ We extend Thursday.

11:00 a. m..;Preaching Service first three. chapters of the mission II the public,, a cordial invitation.J. .. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall and

,Canal Point First 7:45 p. m.-EvangelistIc Service study book "Reaching Rural I T. Dease. '.. Mr. and Mrs. J J. Walker visited
8:00 V. L. B. Churches," at the meeting of the West Palm B ach.
R
; p. m. Tuesday- ... C. .Wetherington, Sr, who is a
; Baptist Church 8:00p.. m. Thursday-W. M. B. Ione'Patterson Circle, Canal Point patient at Fort Lauderdale hos-

! Everyone welcome. Special music Baptist Woman's' Missionary Society -i pital TuesdayMr.

Elder R. Barfield and singing.' I at the home of Mrs. A.R.I and Mrs. H. J, Anderson

SUNDAY: -- Chastain. Mrs. J.. D. Latham and I had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles

10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Mrs. C B. Jones gave the devotional -< Peterson and Mrs, Millie Thomson: ,

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Church Of God, program. It was announced the i ., all of Lake Worth.

y ,7:00 p. m.-B.T. C. Barfield Highway lone Patterson Circle: will be' in I I Mr. and Mrs Mack En finger returned -

I 1. 8:00: p. m.-Evening Worship'I -<** ..:.-- charge of the,program at the general Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fountain to their home in Alabama
r' WEDNDESDAY: f :f--*' 9:45A."M.=-Sunday i School :meeting of the W IS at;the I (Jessie Marie'Hughes) of"Pahokee *this Week after visiting relatives _

t'. 7:30 p. m. .Midweek Prayer 11:00 A. M. Morning Worship church Feb. 29. Mrs. J. S. Chastainand announce the birth of.a son Walter in Canal Point. They recently returned -

Service 7:00 P. M.-L. W. W.. B. (Parsonage Mrs. Tom Mullins will act as I Byron, at the Everglades Memorial i to Alabama after spending
'
(.' j 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: ') I hostesses and Mrs. Atkins will review -I Hospital, Feb. 5. some time in Saudia Arabia. Their

.;, 7:30 p. m,--Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 P. M:Evening Worship i the remaining chapters of the, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Forsee daughter, Cecelia, remained in
-r: Meeting.. 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet-I mission book. Introduced as visit- (Lottie. Sweat) of Clewiston announce school in Alabama while they visited -.

' : 4 ,- 1 lag t J ors were Mrs. W. O. Strickland I the birth)of a son Thomas here.

The Pahokee Church 7:30 P. M. Frlday-ch1lck'en's I Mrs. C. W Connally and Mrs. G. Wayne, at the Everglades Memorial -! .

Church W. Bruckner, Hospital, Feb. 4. APPRECIATION

r:: 11: of, The Nazarene :,'1.:30/. P.'TJL.'Friday. .-.Y.P. S. -- ..- Mr. and :Mrs. Arthur Powell. I wish to thank my friends for I

. V Two Board Dates (Cleo Christian) of Pahokee an- their prayers, cards, visits, and I
". Y..' 71 Bacom Point Road St. Mary's Catholic nounce the birth of a daughter other acts of kindness bestowed

Charles F. Crauswell, Pastor: Changed For Meets Charity Gail, .at the Everglades upon me; during my recent illness.

'" Phone 7528 L P. O. Box,882 ChurchFather, Memorial Hospital, Feb. 2. I deeply appreciate each thought,

I SUNDAY SERVICES: 'Dates for two county commIs- a and to the ones that were so,kind
(t' 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. David Cronin '' sion meetings were changed by the Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wilson haveas m ever be grateful. Many thanksto
' SUNDAY :MASSES '
r, 11:00 a. m.-Sunda Worship. the'non board Monday. A rgeular meeting guests her brother and sister-in- each of you.
6:30 m.--Juniors. First two masses of
p. scheduled for Feb. 22-a legal law, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sundberg, SincerelyEra
t!: 7:00 p. m.-Sunoay Evening 11:00.: :
county holiday-was. reset for of Iowa. Stokes
(a' Evangelistic Service.WEDNESDAY Other Sundays. ; at 7:30.. v )
-- 10:30 on Tuesday Feb. 23. 1
: The ,board's second meeting ;n --. --' '
.
J. 7:30 p. :Midweek Prayer St. ,Peter's Lutheran '
March which ,would fall on :March .1
"Where'youarare 28, a date when the commissionwill
Church Belle Glade f
'a stranger bat' I be attending the annual meet- OPENING NEXT SUNDAY \
onceT.WSWN .
Erwin J.. Baumgartner Pastor ing of the State Association of;

601 'W..Lake Rd.,,Belle Glade County Commission was rescheduled .

Listings, .For. I SUNDAY. :, for Friday, March 25. 'I
Divine Services 11 A. M.- -
Daily .Devotions ., ** ,
School 345 A. Mf
r On
.. Jimmy Tyson
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the Daily Devotion* Broadcast over Betty Mills Circle. Housing AuthorityRoy "T %
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ending May
13. 1960.Febhuary. Has' New Members I Vandegrift, Jr., recently resigned -
a as a member of the Pahokee
15-19, Rev. Hall Nazarene -
I Pahokee. Mrs. Leland Keene and Mrs. Housing Authority, .giving as his

February 22-26, Rev. R. N. Huff Ernestine Wood were received as reason the press of personal busi-
new members 'of the Betty :Mills ness. Mayor F. S. Parrish in naming .
man, Episcopal Belle Glade. ....
I February 29-Mar. 4,,Rev.: Robert Circle, Pahokee Baptist Woman's James Tyson of. Pahokee, to

Shelley, Methodist Canal.Point. Missionary Union, at the February succeed J4r. Vandegrift remarked

March 7-11, Rev. E. W. Kelting, meeting held 'at the home of Mrs. on the splendid job that the young
Wendell Harris 'Tuesday. Assembly of God, Belle Glade.
,14-18 O. Moss announced that she would ber of the Authority. Z
:March Rev. E. E.Archer, .A
"Home Other members Joe Waddell ov
Baptist, Belle Glade. conduct a book study on are;
March 21-25, Rev. Kenneth Missions" at her home on"Feb. 16. Bob Apelgren Leonard Dob-

Price, Nazarene, Belle Glade. At: the meeting Mrs. Harris Folds row, and Albert Fremd. Jimmy :. ,r
March 28-April l.First Baptist led in the continuation of the studyof Vann is the executive director.

Church, Belle Glade. the Book of Romans. Mrs. W.K. ..- .
f Aldridge presided at the business CATTLEMEN TO :MEET IN
April 4-8, Rev. Lee W. Rustin, ,
Methodist Belle Glade. session in the absence of$irs. C. R. W. PALM BEACH IN JUNE '
Wetherington Jr., chairman. Tt IllaIiJC LAKE WALES AMPHITHEATREFEB. .
April 11-15, Rev. Edward Strainer -
Baptist, Belle Glade. was announced Mrs. F. H. Poteete Palm Beach Cattlemen's Association 7 THRU APRIL
4 April 18-22, Rev. John Petrie will be hostess. at the March meet- will be host to the MidSummer

Episcopal Clewiston. ing. meeting of the ,Florida State EVERY.SUN. AT 6 P. M. RES. SEATS: $3.00, $2.50,

April 25-29, Dr. Leighton Scott. -. Cattlemen's Association at the $2.00, $1.50 TAX INC.
\ Presbyterian, Belle Glade. Mr. and Mrs.. C. R. Wethering- George Washington Hotel in West EVERY TUE&, THURS. CHILDREN UNDER 12

May 2-6, Rev James,Boyd, Baptist ton Jr. were called to Fort Lauderdale Palm Beach on 'June, 15, 16, 17, SAT. AT 7:30 P. M. PRICE

Pahokee. Tuesday by the illness of his 1960, according to an announce-
: FOR RES. & INF. WRITE BOX 71, LAKE WALES-Ph.2-O311
May 9-13, Rev. August Koerber I father C. R. Wetherington, Sr., a ment of local officials of the Asso

Lutheran, Belle Glade. I former resident of Canal Point. ciation. r ]

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i n.r M Page Ii Bight, --- : The Everglades News, Canal Point,Florida. Friday February 12..1960>,(.
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F: Responsibility Of Five Circles Hold '. Lake Shore Light
f' Co.
Agricultural Department
.
y : (continued from page 1) \ February MeetsThe Assured-By BoardThe ,'

stiidentbody revealed a very fav- five circles of the Pahokee county-board this weekt t.
Shows Fair orable reaction on the of the
S Growing part
Report Methodist Woman's Society of '
: students to the, work of the insti- Christian Service will conduct voted installation of a number .of- '

4 tute and the special conferences traffic lights and planned to-have-
their February meetings at homesof

! f A busy year for the county agri I John Nicely Has i i which relating Dr.to Brown the problems held with of various youth I members Monday. The Mary the state road department survey '

cultural department was, reportedto I Martha Circle will meet at the several other intersections with,
student
Birthday Party
the county commission Monday i The monthly groups.attendance awards. home of Mrs. Louis Davis, 10 a.m.; the idea of installing traffic sig-

by County Agent M. U. Mounts. I It the Mabel Simonson Circle, at the
were Mrs. Sarah Thomas's nals.Lights
entertained won by
He appeared before the county Mrs. Arch Blakey : home of Mrs. L. W. Arms ng, are planned for intersections -
with Fourth Grade Room at the elementary -I
board with members of his depart- at her home Friday morning 3:30 p. m.: the Margery Lair Circle of Haverhill and Belvedere
ment to give his annual review of I a party honoring John Nicely on school and by the Tenth at the home of Mrs. C. C. Lem- Roads; Lake Shore Drive at the
Grade at the high school.The
department activities. his sixth birthday anniversary.John's I open- onds, 3:30 p. m.; the Gertrude school in Canal Point; at Forst
Mounts said his department had 37 classmates in Mrs.I Ing flag ceremony was under the Shirley Circle, at the home of Mrs. Hill Blvd. and Flamango Road;

made 3,240 farm and home visits; B I a k e y's kindergarten were!I direction of Girl Scout Troop 164. Kyle Scott, 8 p. m.; and the Mir 10th Ave. N. and Flamango Road.

had 6,889 office visits, attended guests. The ,hostess was assisted The Rev. Clare S..Hall, pastor of iam Circle, at the home of Mrs D. The Canal Point light will be man-

590 meetings and had received with the serving of refreshmentsby the Pahokee First Methodist Church B. Watkins. 8 p. m.,with Mrs.Ern- ually operated so children can

some 13,000 telephone calls. John's mother Mrs. Marlin M. gave the devotional est Maxwell, co-hostess. I I cross street to the tennis court.
and Mrs. Sellers. v Past presidents recognized at
Nicely, Terry ,
Charles,Tucker, Assistant Agent .. ..
.1 .. VJunior'Netters the meeting In the annual observance ..
said he had spent most of his year 1 -
In- of Founders Day were Mrs.J. !.. ..|.. .. . .. .. >
in ornamental horticulture, aidingnew "
M. Elliott Mrs. D. W. Cunningham -
home owners with landscaping Mrs. l3oraceUnwin, Mrs. J.r"T.'I .i"i'Tnlli"sIl: :
problems. Also that in this same (continued from page 1) C. Schoeppel and Mrs. Roy Vande- :
field, a number of 4-H Club boys Larry Webb and Terry Hall. Ray
grift:,. Jr. Each was presented witha ;
had been trained in nursery work Suggs was also a member) of the .
corsage, by Mrs. N. .R. Lemonds,
and growing ornamentals. squad before fracturing an arm ina chairman. PRINCE. LAKE DRIVEINt: '

Assistant Agent John Causey, game with South' Bay early in .program
reporting on the vegetable industry the season. Cheer leaders for the A' birthday cake, in 'observanceof Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road _
the 30th anniverSary'ot the
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said some growers made a team are Sharon Johnson; Carolyn .of the -' ';
profit while others showed a loss Maxson Hazel Sheppard, Lyndell founding Pahokee.PTA, was -,2 DIG FEATURES -
the center of attraction"during the .
-balance, which he said resulted Chastain and Paula Gail Bryant. !SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY,
fellowship hour in the school cafe- '
in a good year as a whole. The fall Mrs. Freda H. McKee, who serves SUNDAY ,AND MONDAY'FEBRUARY 14-15-16
teria the
following meeting. Hostesses -
vegetable crop, he said, has been on the Canal Point School's Athletic FEBRUARY 14-15 _
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were Mrs. R. M. Sanders and "
paying off even though some ten- Council with Coach Threlk- Little Acre
Mrs. Robert Apelgren. The valen- s
der crops have been. hit by cold eld and Principal W. W. White, "The Nun Stnrv" .
tine motive was carried 'out !in .
weather. takes five of the players- to out- floral decorations by the hostessee., 11. _O '*,J J ROBERT RYAN, ALDO RAY <
Kent Price, assistant in chargeof of-town in her and
games car ... WITH AND TINA LOUISE
livestock, said' Palm' Beach Coach Threlkeld the other five *n -
County now has some "38 -dairy 'his car. Transportation to the out- J. E. Cross has returned to Fort AUDREY HEPBURN --0 -

farms milking about 20,000 cows of-town for the cheer- Pierce after a visit here with his "
games girl (TECHNICOLOR) "Hey Boy! Hey' Girl! ,
and that beef cattle in the county leaders is furnished by Mrs. Oscar brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and

now number about 125,000.. Chastain Mrs. Oliver: Sheppardand Mrs. R.
Agent Raleigh .Griff, said thatcounty's Mrs. W., C. Youpg. ,
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was -
poultry industry --------

"bouncing back from last year," Local Baptists To- I .
but that many problems Inmarketing -

and control. of disease still existin I
continued from 1) .
this field. page
preacher among Southern Bap-
Miss Todd for O FARMERS MARKET
,
Mary reporting
m
tists. He loves God and people. the
the home demonstration section,
Church and !'the Bible. Everyone
said the department is growingand -
,
who hears him preach will be
that registrations in'home greatly ;blessed... ,
demonstration work and 4-H club
Charles O. Smith of Winter '

,work has doubled the' past year. Haven, Florida is to lead in the, AND AUCTION! V' '
Some 800 women and girls are now .
Musical part of our Revival. He is (
taking rt in the program. ,
a most talented and well trained

singer'and song leader. He and Dr. I \ V Florida9 Largest Market

.1 Mrs. Wilson Weds Meigs have worked together 'before ;=::" : ; .
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I and the ,two of them really '
Robert..McMarius f STORES UNDER OFFERING ,
make wonderful. Evangelistic fi :;: 1601 1ROQF

r.. Team. His solo ability is outstand- :>: :. ; i.. ANYTHING FROM HOT DOGS TO DIAMONDS;
Mrs. Trena Vandegrift Wilson, ing., His musical talents and abil- ", .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. :Marvin ities are dedicated to God's Glory.

Vandegrift of Pahokee, and Rob- Those who are privileged to be led \

ert McManus, son of Mrs. Robert in the congregational singing by See Action Auction

McManus of Coral Gables, were this trained and talented young By

married at Coral Gables, Saturday, man during the Revival Services'will ,

Feb. 6, in a civil ceremony per.formed receive lasting blessings. r Sales

,_ by justice of peace. .-Mrs. Paul-Rardin, Chairman .:2:. Going On At OnceNEW
Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. of the ,Church's Music:Committee

Robert Algar of Cocoanut Grove. will preside at the piano ,during MERCHANDISE AND USED ITEMS

Mr. and Mrs. McManus will the Revival services. She and Mr.

make their home at Cocoanut Smith will work together in... ,.r- SALES START AT 7 P M' BID AND BUY AT AUCTION

Grove. On Sunday'they visited her ranging Special Music at every
parents Pahokee, and while they service.

were here Mr. and Mrs. Vandegrift The Pastor, Charles D. Stewart LOWEST PRICES IN AMERICA ,
entertained at their home NVV
on announces that services each night

10th Ave., Sunday afternoon, honoring throughout the. week will be at

*the newlyweds. 7:30 P. M. The public is cordially ARE YOU HUNGRY V
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( Elks Officials. In invited to attend.-all- services. CHICKEN In The Basket I B oys Sh Irts I rill ITO


Visit To Vero Council Objects GO OR EAT HEREWITH CORDUROY LONG


James W Vann. Elks "district (continued'from,page 1) COLE FRENCH SLAW& FRIES BUN C ALL SIZES SLEEVES COLORS' 6 TO-, 2 TONE 16 C

exalted and J. the contract with Hunnicutt and MOST DELICIOUS 4 8 97
deputy grand ruler } EG. $1.03 to $2.49 IV
S. Barwick, exalted ruler of Pa- Associates of" St. Petersburg for a ONLY ONLY
continuance of the firm's work of '
BPOE No.. accompanied .
hokee Lodge. 16$8, -: Restaurant 32 Store 3&
by their; .'wives; attend. I keeping the city's tax structure' up
ed the meeting of the Vero Beach to date: It was decided to revise

Elks Lodge ,Saturday evening, the plans for-the proposed'additionto
.when the president of the State the city hall, excluding the car \ Valentine Day Celebration

Elks, Association was an official port tha was included in the orig-


\ visitor. inal was plans.It voted. to release Jean Ba- Free to All Ladies this Fri. & Sat.A .

IN STUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE con from his lease for the opera-
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR PALM tion of Pahokee Harbor effective
l-Lb.l5ox Miniature Chocolates with Fruit & Nuts. Yes
BEACII COUNTY. March 15 or sooner. It was announced -

EVELYN m CHANCERY JDANTTA NAHALXA.Plalntltt NO. 60 C,115A: the Council win hoed a C1 Ladies we want you to be our Valentine, Just Cut Out This

NAHALKA.-vs'STEVE : day special at meeting 10 a. m.in tQ the discuss city hall future Fri Coupon and Bring to the office No. 23 at the Farmers,Market ;

Defendant : operations of Pahokee Harbor and And
NOTICE OF SUIT We Will GiveAway COUPON NO.EN
TO: STEVE NAHALKA.. AdcJerss Un- other matters.
knovn: -..-. .
You are hereby notified that Evelyn Free, To The FREE 1-LB. BOX CHOCOLATES "

Juanlta Nahalka has field a BID of Doctor's Son Shot In First IF PRESENTED THE OFFICE OF THE FARMERSMARKET
Complaint against for divorce,and 2000 LadiesOnly ,
you IiitJ
: BY ANY LADY FEB. 12 OR 13 WE WANT
you are required to serve a copy of your .
anwer.to the complaint on the plain- Thigh Accidentally IiJ A 1-Lb. Box Of YOU TO BE OUR VALENTINE ,
'.
ur! Attorney. Thadd Whldden. P. O. ---- .
Box 395 Pahokee* Florida. and,file the
original answer jn the office of the Stevie Johnson small son of Dr. .Chocolates.NAME -'"__..
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm and Mrs. E. C. Johnson, Ito
,
Beach Florida before ADDRESS
County. on or 'sufferedl
the 29th day of February 1960: If you a severe wound in the I 1 t A Lady Please 1
CUT OUT-AND BRING TO OFFICE NO. 23
fall so to do. Judgement by default will left leg Monday when a shotgun!
be taken against you Tor the relief demanded -
In the complaint. was accidently discharged by a '

DATED January. ALEX 26th.ARNETTE 1960.J. I playmate the shot tearing deep t I

Clerk of Circuit Court I into the flesh,of his leg. The acci-i i FARMERS MARKET
Circuit Court Seal 11
( ,
Bv. Thaddle P. Plant deft Secured while Stem and nis "
Deputy Clerk playmates were at a neighbor'shome
Thadd Attorney Whidden for Plaintiff and started playing with the : OPEN WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY 1 toll P. M.

P. O. Box 395 guns and, shells they found in an
Pahokee. Florida -.'.
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Publish Jan. 29. Feb. 5. 12. 1V1960. -- unlocked gun.case. i

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