The Everglades news
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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 19, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00008
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Concert Top New Growth Phones Of Area Tell Buster Hancock DICKINSON OPENS CAMPAIGN

Be Staged Sunday After Mayo's Job
t One way to measure the growthof .
the Glades and surrounding WITH BIGGEST RALLY Y
The 47-piece Pahokee High communities is by comparing the TALLAHASSEE Qualifying .
School Band, under,the direction of number of telephone directories to Tuesday as a candidate for Com- .
Bandmaster Robert O. Lamps, will be delivered February 23,1.960 with missioner of Agriculture was W.
present its first free public concertof the number distributed last tim R. (Buster) Hancock, citrus grower '
the winter season in the high Some 5,000 new directories are of Groveland, Florida. IN fLORIDA HiSTORY < ,
school auditorium Sunday at 3:30p. going to homes and businesses. Hancock said in his filing statement :
in. Southern Bell's Group Manager, - - -- -------------- -
Twos of the numbers' Osterling's Zeke O'Farrell says this compares -h v Pahokee Steer Is WEST PALM BEACH Sen.
arrangement of Wagner's "Die with about "4,500 delivered in ., Fred O. Dickinson kicked off his*
Meistersinger" and.Carter's "Over- March, 1959. R.y : County Fair WinnerRobert campaign for governor in West
ture for Winds," are required num- The new telephone directory has Palm Beach Wednesday night with
bers to be played by the band in many new and changed listings. It J Joyner of Pahokee exhibited the biggest political rally in Flor- '
the District Contest at Pahokeq is easily distinguished from the the Champion Shorthorn ida history.An .
:March 30, and in the State BariS I old green covered telephone book steer at the South Florida Fair & estimated 4,000 persons 'at-
Contest at St. Petersburg, :March by its' new and modern design. '1 1f Exposition held in West Palm tended the outdoor rally at Flagler

-6-7. The classified section yellow Beach, Florida on January 22-30, Park to hear the West Palm Beach .
Other numbers on the program pages-contains listings for business .i 1960. The steer won over a class of lawmaker deliver his first official .
Sunday afternoon are Ganne-Walt- telephone subscribers under four. Robert Joyner belongs to the peech of the campaign. The half....
. .ers' "Marche Lorraine," Lulgini's alphabetical headings by their i Junior Cattlemen's Association and hour talk was beamed via radio
"Ballet Egyptian". Sousa's "Lib businesses of. professions.Mr. has been active in club work for 1 and television to millions of other
f. erty Bell March," Rusch's "Fore- O'Farrell. asks that the old year. Robert Joyner is the son of persons around the state in live
caster March," ,Loewe:==aordon's directories be discarded and Mrs. Jessie Joyner. The American and taped broadcasts."
; 'BrIgadoon Selections," Simons' the new one referred to when looking r. Shorthorn Assocation awarded a Dickinson supporters from all
t. "Peanut Vendor," Yoger's "Re up telephone numbers. You Bronze bar, which was presentedby parts of Florida converged on the
lax Rhumba," Fillmore's "King should call "information" only $ for
the Fair Secretary, having city in motorcades and chartered
'; .Karl King March," Edwards' when the number yo'u want is not f>v .; the Champion. buses and planes. Many others arrived -
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"Pride of- the Midwest" and FIU- in the new directory. automobiles. Proceeding
in private
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arrangement I the rally a gailydecorated -
i Junior Cattlemen
j ., Spangled Banner. Funeral.ServicesForme '. I motorcade of,more than 50 cars
if The PHS Band was among the West Palm
wound its way through
paraders at the Edison Pageantof that.;.he Is the only full-time
In The ayMeethig Beach and nearby communities,
of Light in Fort Myers last weekend agriculturist seeking the post.
Resident. : The
finishing at the rally site. two- "
." --, .- de to* participate. ; JV in ..... _. --" ... The e C-: & u;.e-$ambat.pilot-and _. :l & rally-was patterned-'after a 1':
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the "P at.the opening gf'ih leader in state agricultural'circles I The regular monthly meeting of :'miniature political convention. '
Seminole' Sun Festival In Wept!' Funeral services were held Monday .explained/that his work as 10-year I the Junior Cattleman's Association I Sections of grandstands were
Palm Beach March 3, and the I morning for C. R. Weth- president of Florida Agricultural was held in the. "Glades Office' I allocated to supporters :from eachof
.S Fiesta Del Sol in Lake ''Worth. erington, Sr., at the'Fairchild Fun* CounciJ and as secretary of the I I Building Tuesday:, 7:30 p. m. the 67 counties and each dele
March 18.Jaycees, I. era! Home in Ft. Lauderdale and Agricultural Services Committee I There were 16 members and 8 visit- (continued on page 8)
J JI I burial followed in Lauderdale Memorial qualifies him undertake reorganization -i ors present. The members who ... -
Gardens.Mr. of the Department of I showed animals at the South Flor.

I; Sponsor I I Wetherington was 64 years Agriculture: as authorized by the,' ida Fair and,Exposition told what Win One! The
old and had moved to Ft. Lauder- legislature. f they 'won and how, much prize They
Net Ball :dale from Canal Point 10 "years Re-organization of the department money they will receive.

, Tourney I I ago. He was employed as bridge- and administration pledges to demand of all cabi-economical For the Champion Shorthorn Blue Devil Five
tender here by the FEC Railway steer, Robert Joyner was awardeda
: The Pahokee Junior Chamber of I from 1924 until he moved to Ft. .(continued on page 8) metal from the American Short-. .

. Commerce is sponsoring a Junior Lauderdale.He horn Association. Tuesday night, Feb. 16,-was a
\ 'High Basketball Tournament for is survived by his wife, Lilie i I Three trophies were awarded red letter date for the Pahokee
teams of the Lake Okeechobee area of Ft. Lauderdale son, C. R., Jr., Revival Will Start I by the Palm Beach County Cattle- Senior High Blue Devil basketballA
l in the Pahokee High. School gym of Pahokee; daughters, Mrs. Eve- men's Association to Lynn'Nicelywho team as this was the night they

' nasium this weekend. Teams :from lyn Dannelly of Ft. Lauderdale, At Baptist ChurchRevival I received a trophy for the finally won thier first game of the ..
six schools will participate: Canal i and.Mrs. Betty Jean Straughn of' Grand Champion steer, Allen Nicely 'season, downing Jupiter High,
Point, Pahokee, Okeechobee Belle I Rapid City; S. D.; a brother Ray- I was awarded a trophy for hav- 58-31, after 19 consecutive defeats.
Glade, South Bay and Moore, ford, of Glennville, Ga.; a sister, Services begin Sunday ing the Grand Champion breeding Jerry Spires led the Blue Devils
Haven. Mrs. Remmie Bennett, of Hanira, Morning in the Canal Point Bapt- heifer and K. B. Wagoner receivedthe scoring with 17 points and Bucky
Two games were scheduled for Ga.; two half brothers, a half sister tist Church. The Pastor, CharlesD. trophy for the Grand Champion Sanders' 14 points was second
last night, Pahokee versus South and six grand children. Stewart, will be assisted by Breeding bull. All three Championswere high. .
Bay and ,Belle Glade versus Canal Charles O. Smith, of Winter Haven Angus.Kent It was a narrow squeak for the
t Point. Winner of .the first game I Bids Sough"tOn Florida, as the Song Leader, ,Price, Assistant County Blue Devils in their determined
. .r" will meet Okeechobee and winner I and Dr.. Paul Meigs, of Jackson- Agricultural Agent ,talked about effort to avoid, getting "skunked" 1 1I
. of ,the second game Moore Haven ; Glades Mail Route ville, Florida will be the Guest I the rules and regulations: of the !I in this season's play as they .have
if' in the semifinals tonight. The -... Preacher. The First Service will be Fair and reported:! that some only four more games on their
I ci.: finals and the consolation game Sealed proposals will be received : on Sunday morning at:Ii a.,m. The changes would,be made for next schedule. Tonight they tangle with
i.. between the runnersup will be.Saturday by the Post Office Department Services at the evening hour will year's Fair. II the Okeechobee Brahmans in the
:. ... ; night. Admission is 25 and until March 17 for cajrring the mail begin at730. :Mary Lou Raulerson Pahokee gym. Saturday night they
:. ,.-0 -cents.I960 between Belle Glade and Port Throughout the week services Reporter.Methodists play Riviera Beach there. Next
'- -- ,I Mayaca. :will begin at 7:30 p. m. The Church I ... .. Tuesday night they travel to West t\\
Rotary Meeting The initial period covered will be Nursery will be open for each serv- I Plan Palm Beach for a game with the
from April 4. 1960 to June 30, 1960, ice. Electric Heaters are ready to St. Ann Crusaders, then on next !
Highlights Told but the successful bidder will be keep the Nursery comfortably I Revival Feb. 29 Friday night they will .wind up .!

i eligible for the renewal of the con- warm at all times. their season, except for tourna- i
: Clyde Hatfield at last of Clewiston week's Thurs-was :tract from July 1, 1960 to June 30, The membership of the Church''' Members of the Pahokee First I ment play, in a contest with For- !
guest luncheon speaker of the Pa- 1962. Since it. is impossible to wishes all the people of the Com-. Methodist Church have completed .est Hills High, this game.also to i ii
hokee day Rotary Club.meeting Introduced by print all the information necessary munity to come and worship dur- plans for a revival to be conducted i be played in West Palm Beach. i

Vance Denton, pastpresident of here, persons who are interested ing these Revival... services. Feb. 29-Mar. 6 by Dr. Joe Tolle of .. .
Miami assisted the Rev. Damon
of the
should contact any one post- by
the club,he gave a preview of some '
masters at Belle Glade, Pahokee or WEATHERAt Scott, song leader, who will be in Solicitor
of the program highlights plannedfor County
Canal Point for details. charge of the special music. Dr.
the 1960 convention of Rotary
\ Tolle of the Methodist Speaks To Lions
International which will be held for U. S. Sugar Plant Field pastor Trinity
SPECIAL NOTICE Station at Canal Point. Church in Miami, was pastorof --
the first time in Florida, at Miami I' .
starting the last of May. The Special recognition will'be givpn' Date Temp. Rainfallmax. J the Pahokee Church in the Joel Daves, Palm Beach County
er 'registration procedure prop-I to officers and teachers of the min. Inches 1930s.< While in Pahokee he will be solicitor, was guest speaker at the
tending the convention was explained Married Young People's Depart- February 10 81 44 .00 the house guest of Mr. and :Mrs. Tuesday luncheon meeting 'of the
by the speaker said more! ment at the Pahokee First Baptist February 11 83 61 .00 Duncan Padgett, and the Rev. Pahokee Lions Club. Introduced by
than 20,000 Rotarians from coun- Church during the Sunday morn- February 12 83 62 .00 Scott,.the guest of" Dr. and'Mrs. L. Chester Mullis, program chairman
tries all over the world are expected ing worship service. Those to be February 13 81 62 .83 W. Armstrong. he explained the duties of the solicitor -
to be present. President C. E. honored include Mrs. James Boyd, February 14 63 51 ..39 in the functioning of the
h (Bill) Williams presided. Brenda department superintendent; Mrs.I February 15 65 39 .00 R.W. Sanders of Pahokee under- County court system. Brooks
Carter, Pahokee High School Senior Edward Culberson, secretary;Mrs. February 16 70 45 .00 went surgery at St. Marys Hospital Henderson, vice president, presided -
,yeas the guest of Student Member H. C. Graham and Claude Camp-J I -.Normal February Rainfall 1.97 West:Palm Beach: the past in the absence of President

Joseph. Alderman.: .bell, teachers. 1 Feb. 1960 rainfall to date 2.93. week. : Paul Til1ery. .



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f-, Page Two The Evergladea News, Canal Point, Florida "Friday February 19. 1960
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: Established'March 11, 1924 ;Published Every Friday ::; !4

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" February, 'Belle'Glade Health "Jimmy" Milligan, of Or- -

C nter.2to5pm..6to9pm.: lando, announces his candidacy for Joan Roberts drew a puzzled expression from 1 was content to relinquish the camera' historic
: ; February 18, Belle Glade Pack- Democratic National Committeeman Sheba, a Bactrian (two humps) camel, when she! endurance laurels to the new compact car's rear-

, ing House, 10 to'12 a. m. and 1 to from Florida. Milligan m pointed to, the Corvair aluminum engine as the installed air-cooled engine which never needi I
: 5 p. m. making his announcement stated, undisputed champion of machine or beast operat- water. At any rate, the camel clan held the *nq
3 :February 19, Belle Glade Load- "the position he seeks offers nosalary bjf forever without water. Sheba, though passive, water" record until 1959 BC (before Corvair).

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: 8pm. friends he has made within the Dick Ervin Will I Gasparilla Draws
t February 23, Pahokee Health ranks of the democratic party

Center Ito 4 p. m. and Stream Line throughout the nation and our possessions Seek Re-election i !I Usual BigCrowd

: ., Camp area 5 to 8 p. m. he feels he is In an envi- As Attorney GeneralRichard 1 -
r. February 24, Pahokee White 1c' able position to work with these r TAMPA Upwards of 600,000

.' Camp. 1 to 4 p. m. and Everglades democratic friends in other statesto viewers roared approval recently I
William 28th At-
Ervin I
L .' Camp5to8p.m. : build effective
,,' I a stronger, more
I when Gasparilla's pirate Krewe
torney of the State
_. ;February, Canal Point PackIng ) 'J party, and at the same time to
. House Area 1-to 4 p.m. and bring proper recognition to the I Florida, is a native Floridian and: captured and captivated Tampa. It

- Sand Cut Area 5 to 8 p. m, .' state of Florida. who in too many :I was borne January 26, 1905'During was another glorious victory for

L February 26, Loxahatchee Packing ,i instances in the* past, have been his early years, he attended 350 Tampa businessmen who- turn
. school In Citrus, DeSota Leon Orange for and
pirate a day annually turn
House 12 to 3 p. m. and Mexican t overlooked or by-passed.
( __ and Marion counties-the into the site of. week of"l
:i.-j Camp (Cortez Camp) 5 to 8p. m. -- Tampa a
( 'y Want number of different schools being parades, balls, and other festive oc- ,

.- NOTICE OF INTENTION Law Requiring i occasioned by his father's progress casions. J

, TO"REGISTER FICTITIOUS *t : ;:: I Youths Under 18 I in his profession as school teacher Tampa's Mayor JulianLane

10 NKAm : and principal, His mother is the 1 turned over the keys of the city to

. Notice is hereby given that the To Pass Driver[ Course former Carrie Phillips, a member the captain of the invading Ye: .

..;.. undersigned, under the provisions II of the pioneer Phillips family, of Jj.I Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla as
; of-Chapter 29,953, Laws of Florida, 4. DAYTONA BEACH: Hope has Marion County. Today, he is*.an"l- ou&ands: heard the promise that ,

. Acts of 1941, will register with 'been expressed lh t'ft e 1961 'Flor i flouncing for re-election. His announcement -the people would be spared if they

the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in ida Legislature will enact a Michigan follows: cooperated with the "cutthroat

I and for Paint Beach County, FlorIda _.wi law I "I am seeking re-election asFlorida's I band." The annual parade then'be-
type requiring youths under -
., : .Attorney General. I 60 floats and 30
t upon receipt of proof of Pub gaIt featuring
: lication of this notice, the ficti- monetary remuneration, 1 I 18 to pass a driver education I pledge continuation of honest and j bands, rivaling any parade staged \

- tious name, to-wit: "" but does offer a tremendous opportunity -! course before being licensed.A forthright discharge of my public in America.

YATES & ELLIOTT ORGANIC for continued public service plea for public support of the duties. As a Cabinet member, I Following the invasion and pa-

.; FERTILIZER'COMPANY in the interest of'a' more unified -: proposal came from Marvin L. have fully recognized and demon- rade activities continued at the

i under which we are engaged in harmonious party relation, ..0 Holloway, president of the Penin- strated ,my responsibility to push Florida State Fair, the nation's
business at Pahokee," Florida. bring more deserved recognition to i I. sula Motor Club (AAA), who also for broad, sound policies which largest winter exposition. Dale

'r. That the parties interested in Florida." I serves as chairman of the driver will keep our state modern and Roberston, star of NBC-TV "Talesof

, said( business are as follows: Milligan said, "he has been a education subcommittee of the progressive and give our citizens Wells Fargo", entertained the

WALTER YATES AND lifelong\ democrat and had "dedicated Citizens Advisory Committee on truly representative government. grandstand crowd and exhibits depicting -

I B. ,ELLIOTT, JR., Owners all his adult life working in Highway Safety. ,He was here at t' ;"1 will!,*.continue to fight to protect life in Florida were crowd- I,

:. Pahokee, County of Palm Beach, the interest of'better government, tending a driver education work- public rights to eliminate bureaucracy ed with happy visitors from all 50

.. Florida, February 19, 1960. as well as building a more patriotic ing conference ,In Daytona Beach and wastefulness, and: states.

:.: Firm: Name: Yates and Elliott efficient democratic party, which sponsored by. the State Board of to keep public business in the open.I The 46th renewal of GasparillaDay I

; Organic Fertilizer Company will warrant the respect, confi- Education.The will carry on my work of revisIng was a record-breaker in many (

By Walter Yates and B. Elliott, Jr. dence and support of the demo- motor club has formally en- legal procedures which will I ways and it will be several days before -'

Pub. Feb. 19, 26, March 4, 11, 1960. cratic citizens in our great state." dorsed the measure which was one provide our citizens the very best the members of the Krewe can

Milligan began his political career of the planks: in the 1959;} legislative schools, roads, health and recrea- I settle down to. becoming staid

, ...--.-- in Orlando when he Joined program of the Florida Conferenceof tion that can be obtained within businessmen once again. '

p with group of young men in organizing AAA Motor Clubs. our means. I will maintain my I ,. "_ ,'
The Young DemocraticClub !: The subcommittee' of the Citizens record Of cooperation with counties ,
Classified Ads to support the democratic II I I I Committee on Highway Safe- and cities in their efforts to HATTTE DIXON OPERATING S I

r .. nominees, when Al Smith ran for ty at a meeting; in Miami in January ;- find legal means to 'realize their I TRAVELERS RESTAURANT

FOB SALE:' New and ,used'WillysJeejta. president. Milligan has served as I likewise favored passage of the hopes in hundreds of public pro-
:: Walter 'Ashley's Garage president of the Orlando and Flor-: law. jects. I have helped to work out a On Monday morning of this

in-Belle Glader Phone,.3058. ida Junior Chambers of Commerce: Holloway released new figures number of legal solutions which I week Mrs. Hattie Dixon took over

. Oct. 17-54-ch.: and was awarded a life memberShip -: compiled by the AAA which indicate made it possible for many of our operation of the Travelers Restaurant -
in both civic organlz it ns.He i that nationwide more than communities; to unravel legal'problems near the packing,house center -
t. SUBSCRIPTION expiration5 dates I and to avoid turmoil and in Canal Point. She had been
has also served as local and southeastern 4,000 lives of youth have been saved -
to" this wspaper are markedon president of the Hotel i in the last 25 years through high crises. I have sponsored measures operating the Coffee Shop uptownin
your'name label as ifcoraes to'you Greeters of America. In 1957 Milli: school education 'courses. I which have helped curtail frauds Canal Point. She extends'an invitation

". ach'week. Check''th ,',date ,on gan was elected president of the. Holloway said if Florida requires and rackets. I will continue my to her friends to visit her

:yours..That Is your1 dteto': eriew Florida Hotel Association and ts driver education as a: prerequisitefor best efforts to 'suppress organized: in her new place of business. j
.w 'U ,be 'looldng tor1a '&check. crime and to protect our citizens
'. now a life mem ber of this associa drivers licenses for youths un- ,
. Thankst The EvetgladeS- News. tion. Mulligan: served sme' four der 18, that the education program from cOrruptive elements. As Pres- HOME AFTER WRECKMrs. I

PRINTING OF ALL =KINDS. ,If and a half years in the armed would have to be expanded and I ident of the National :Associationof
, World War n. tte'state to find .Attorneys General, I will continue -
you need cards envelopes;'letterheads forces during He that would have Lloyd E. Clifton returned t
I to Work to maintain for the
spent'more than two and a half some means of financing the expansion. -
,bill to her home in Indiantownfrom
" statements, heads;'band I recently
states their historic
overseas. He was awardedthe powers, believing 1
bills or something in _the, printing years I the Everglades Memorial
< 'Bronze Star., the Commenda- .... .. I that a Federal system with
line just step to the phone and call Hospital where she received treatment 1
strong state and local governments
, tioriTHedal and the Unit Citation. VISIT OKEECHOBEE OES I 'for
'injuries suffered
The Everglades News at Canal a car
Mffligan, a Methodist, is married Several members of Pahokee 1 helps insure truly democratic gov. ,
accident. Mr. and Mrs.
Point No Clifton are
2661. We'are experts'inproducing'excellent
, and he and his wife have four Chapter 184, 6rder of Eastern ernment."I paJi
planning to move to kee
printing and children, two daughters and two' Star, 'attended the meeting during am sincerely grateful for the where have I
.ur prices are in..linewith out of they purchased the
confidence the good people. of my
sons. which Mrs. Perla Rogers of Pen-
.town 'who to the I Cranford Apartments 6n Rardin I
printers come state have reposed in me ana I
; Milligan served as chairman of j sac la, worthy grand matron of
Avenue and have
taken over'the
printing shall always strive to'retain that
Democratic the
the Orange County Florida OES Grand Chapter,
of the former
-give us a call. Phone 2661. confidence." management Cant
Executive Committee for more paid an official visit to the Okee- I
I ... I II Restaurant on East Main St.
than 25 before elect- chobee OES 128. The
: WANTED: First Class body and years* being Chapter Changing the name toy Norma'sRestaurant.
; paint 'man. Good pay. Contact ed chairman of the Sat Democratic group included Mrs. Jessie Barnes, I Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Jensen .
'. Hub Executive Committee of Mrs. Madel Young, Mrs. Florrie had as guests Mr and Mrs. Frank
: Spooner Pahokee Motor I
Company. 2-12tfch Florida. For the past 15 years Mill Nix, Mrs. Ruth V. Meredith and Burham, of Maryland; ; Mr. and -
igan has been active in the democratic Mrs. Rachel Harrington. Mrs. Carl Sundal Webster N.
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f :'GOOD AUTO SALESMAN wanted party on the national level -- .. 1i.- -- Dak., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
:: ,--- at Pahokee Motor. Company..IX and attended the last three demo- Mr. and Mrs. O.: R. Bleech and Garron, Cedar. Rapids_ _Ohio._
,: you can sell please contact Hub cratic national conventions, along Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Shirley were -- .

Spooner within ,the next day .)r with numerous national caucuses. i guests,of Mr. and Mrs. David, CLASSIFIED ADS
two. A good job awaits you. 2-12tf I I Milligan stated, "with the many Bleech in Miami Sunday I I. PAY BIG DIVIDENDS Of CLUflllTVr' !


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have' $2,850.70 .- and in 19 years aaad rentincome-Bond AvaiUblein denominations -
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I, The Rev. and' Mrs. Robert A. Miss Mary. Wilder of Miami- BACK TO WORK :

Shelley had as a guest Monday the spent the weekend In Pahokee. H. G.. Davidson has resumed ,
Il[ I PERSONAL'NrW'S NOTES J Rev. Eugene Brown of Fort Laud- visiting her mother and other r 1a- work at his dry cleaning plant ;
erdale. Uves. after being ill for six weeks witha
Mrs) Frank Friend entertainedat Ansil T. Holt was called to Fort heart ailment. Before reopeninghe -
I her borne with a dessert bridge Mead the past week by the illnessof moved his plant from Canal i
Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Fisher have Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Simonson party honoring her. sister, Mrs. H. his father. Ben Holt. Point into the Miller building on
a returned to Belmont, N. C., aftera have as a guest his mother, Mrs. C_ White, of Savannah Ga., who Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maxwellare Lake Ave., Pahokee next to Spencer's ,
visit here with their soninlawand Agnes Simonson of Girad HI. is a house guest of the Friends this visiting her brother-in-law and Market. ;

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. How- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips are week. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kerney Gilbert !I
ard Holman and family. business visitors at Fairfax, S. C., Robert J, Schroder superintendent -I in Chipley, Fla., this week. RAY HAWK GETS $7.05 PER 1
Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Gauhier of this week. of the Pahokee Waterworks Among those from Pahokee who BUSHEL FOR BEANS MONDAY
Montclair, N. J., were guests*here Eddie Crews underwent surgeryat suffered a painful injury at the attended funeral services for C. R.
of. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson. Good Samaritan Hospital West Waterworks plant when a heavy Wctherington. Sr.. at Fort Laud- Canal Point Grower and Service
Mrs. Helen Schroder has as Palm Beach, on Thursday of this piece of equipment fell on his foot, erdale Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Station Operator Ray Hawk Sr.,
guests this week Mr. and Mrs. J. week to correct a knee injury.Mr. fracturing the bones. Mr. Schroderwill Grady Chancellor, Leon Guthrie, topped the bean market Monday
Fred Kurtz of Philadelphia, Pa., and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie had be dependent on crutches for and Frank Thompson. I when he received $7.05 for beans.
and Mr. and'Mrs. Charles Kurtz of as guests. Sunday Mr. and9 Mrs. walking for the next few weeks Mrs. J. D. Hooks is a patient at I Donald Harrington ran him a close
Vero Beach. Mickey Guthne of Indiantown, Mr. while his foot is in a cast. the Everglades Memorial, Hospital second 'and' received $6.75 for his
Robert .Mackey has returned and Mrs. Norwood Guthrie and Mr .and Mrs. M. C. Carter have I this week. :I offerings. O. C. Roland also of

f from St. Joseph's Hospital, Tampa, I children and Mr. and Mrs. Ed May as:a guest this week at their Port I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Schultz hadas ,I Canal Point, sold his offerings on I
where he recently underwent eye and children of Miami. Mayaca home her sister Mrs. CarlV. a guest the past week her sister, i per bushel..
surgery. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Newsome of Wells of Reading, Mass. Mrs. J. S. Deal. -- -
Miss Fannie Weekly of Pensa- I West Palm Beach visited her William S. Evans, H., has re- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Connally and ANSIL HOLTS' FATIIER
,i cola is a guest.here this, week of mother, Mrs. A. B. Gray, and sister turned to his home in Lexington, family of Coral Gables were the DIES AT FORT MEAD '
I' her sister, Mrs.: Lily Rhodes, and Mrs. Jack Spencer and fam- Ky., after a,visit with his parents weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.'J. Mr. and Mrs. Ansil Holt of'Canal -
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. ily in Pahokee Sunday.Mr. Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans at S. Chastain and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Point were called to Ft. Mead
Dorsey Pugh. and Mrs. Rex Wroten of Cypress Lodge. The Evans also Singletary. Thursday on account of the deathof
David W. Ramey has returned Marianna are guests this week of had as guests their son-in-law and Mrs. Mae Stuckey of Dublin, Mr. Holt's 84-year-old father.
to his studies at the University of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Frank I I Georgia is the guest fo her sister- He died in a Bartow hospital after
Florida after a visit here with his and Mrs. Leo Wroten in Pahokee. Handley and children of Sebring. in-law, Mrs. C. B. Jones. suffering from a stroke. Burial
parents Mr. and Mrs. George. : Fred Blakey, student at Palm Robert B. Simonson was calledto Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly of Ft. was planned for Ft Mead.
Ramey. Beach Junior College, will spend Little Rock, Ark., by the deathof Pierce were Sunday guests of Mr. .
Mrs. David Unwin is expected to the weekend here with his parents his uncle. S. E. Simonson, 88, and Mrs. J.'V. Thomas, Jr. MARCH TO CHURCH .
return to her home in Pahokee this Mr. and Mrs. Arch Blakey. who died at his home there after a Mrs. J. D. Latham and Mrs. Officers of the Pahokee First"
week from Good Samaritan Hospital -, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Shaughnessyformer short illness. James Gibson attended funeral Baptist Church at a business meet-
West Palm Beach where she ; Pahokee residents now liv- Lon Wilson accompanied by his services of C. R. Wetherington, ing made plans for an attendance
was a surgical ,patient. i ing in Tampa were visitors here mother Mrs. O. L. Norton, left Sr., in Ft. Lauderdale Monday.Mr. campaign in March, selecting
Mrs. Kate Sturdevant of West I Thursday 'and Friday. Monday for Albany Ga., his moth and Mrs. Harry Brooks "Marching to Church in March'
Winfield N. Y, who_is vacatipning; Mrs. W. O. Strickland returnedto er's home. From Albany Mr. Wil- Elarbee of West Palm Beach were as the rallying slogan for the campaign -
at Largo Fla., will be the guest of 1 her home in Glennville, Georgia son will go to Colquitt where he the weekend guests of her parents Twelve teams were formed
:Mr. and Mrs. Philo'B. Williamson Sunday after being the guest of will join his wife who is staying Mr. and Mrs. R. T, Smith. each team composed of membersof

and Mrs. Lizzie, Kirkey at Canal I Mr. 'and Mrs.. Paul Rardin for six at Colquitt with her father, Jake I ... ..... the Baptist Brotherhood with a

I Point this weekend. weeks. Shiver, who is critically ill. Dorothy Lair Has deacon serving as captain. Efforts
Mrs. C. E. Williams was hostessat I Mr. and Mrs.J. V. Thomas were I Mrs. C. A. Batchelor is a patient | will be made to break all church
the February meeting of the i i i business visitors in. Moore Haven at Good Samaritan Hospital Birthday Party attendance records for resident
Bridge Supper Club. Mrs. Ralph O. Tuesday afternoon.Mr. where she underwent surgery on membership during March.
Johnson will be hostess at the .- and Mrs. J. L. McCall and Tuesday. The home of Dr.. and Mrs. Emil -
March meeting. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Walker attended Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten had as J. Graham was the scene of a sur- CARD OF THANKSI
Ellis Wilkinson has returned the funeral of C R. W ethe $ng- guests over the weekend her prise party honoring Miss Doro- wish to express my sincere
from Durham N. C., where he hada ton.Sr, in Ft. Lauderdale Monday.Mrs. 'brother and sister-in-law Mr. and I thy Lair on her 14th birthday an- thanks to my many friends for the

medical check-up at the Duke Leland Shirley and Mrs. C. Mrs. Ronnie Elliott, of Lakeland. \ niversary. Hostesses, were the cards, best wishes gifts, and
Hospital: Clinic. While there he E. Williams attended the Y. W. A. Robert Erickson student at the I Misses Verlon Jones, Diana Gra- especially for the prayers- extended -
visited Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott. Mr. Lakeland ham Dianne Holland'and! ,-Ting*
Associational Forest Lake Academy in my behalf during my recent
Quarterly meetingat
Elliott, former Pahokee resident Northwood plans to spend this weekend with I Maxwell. Dancing was enjoyed and, :stay at the Lakeland General Hospital -
Baptist Church in
who is recuperating from major West Palm Beach Monday night his parents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd refreshments served to approximately l
the '
.surgery performed recently Miss Suzanne Chastain Erickson, at Canal Point. I 30 guests. -Mrs. Leon Guthrie.
returnedto I
Duke Hospital, is reported to be
improving.ANNUALPLANTS. her home Sunday after attend-
Homecoming at Davidson College -' -

North Carolina during the
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Mrs. J. D. Latham ,and Mrs. Ol-: L'
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lie Adams visited relatives in > :
Clewiston Tuesday and Wednes : '
day.Mr. / ) FORD ECONOMY ,
ASTERS, PANSIES, PHLOX, and Mrs. M. L. Barfield and -
SNAPDRAGONS ETC. family have returned from a visit "

AT S5c PER DOZEN with relatives in Donalsonville, Ga., ::; I '. "I
$2.50 PE IIUNDEKD, and North Florida. : ; 18 FOR YOU ? ,
Mrs. Bill Payne has returned toG

"Plum a" NurseryEDWARD aceville after a visit here with ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Herring. She WE FORD DEALERS WILL MAKE '.
OLSEN was accompanied to Pahokee by YOU THE DEAL OF A LIFETIME _
BACOM POINT RD. PAHOKEE Mrs. A. H. Maddix, Mrs. Herring's_ f.

sister, who. remained for an extended ,.
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Mrs. A. Q. Howell fcnd son, .
Wiley, spent the weekend in Im-
mokalee with Mr. Howell and their -.. ",
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Falcon Tudor Sedan ,
Mrs Thomas Lynn and family. '
Miss Donna Davis and.Miss Judy r
Buchanan, students at Charron-I The new Ford Falcon costs up to $124 less* _;;
z..ra Williams College Miami spent than other 6-passenger compacts!, j.

the weekend,with their parents in ?y Why is Falcon first in sales among all _
M Pahokee and Canal Point. ::>. compact cars? Look what you get! :" '
Jqhn Howard Hooks ,of Miami is Room for six l king-sizers and loads of 11-
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. luggage. Up to 30 miles per gallon _.
I Delmar Hooks at Canal Point this .1 ,; + : 4,000 miles between oil changes.For the :...
week. ; big thrill-come in and dnve a Falcon! f'
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Mr. and Mrs. Osceola Upthe- *Sos 4 on aionvfocfvrtrs*
grove were recent guests of his II/fIfIe.1ed nroir d.liYer.dice.. .

A brother-in-law and 'sister, Mr..and .:.. i

C Mrs. Ralph Griggs. and family at
Stuart. f'

w ,. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillis and ; ,
wa Mr. and Mrs.* Frank Thompson ".j -i

spent the weekend at Naples. En ." _}1.
NIT route home they visited Mrs. :;'! '

.b tsndayr t Tiilis's brother and sister-in-law, "
Fairiam SCO Club Stdan i
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jaudon. and >
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family at Wauchula.Mr. ;
p .'and Mrs. E. D. Sims, Jr., J
;at spent the weekend visiting his : SAVE THE FULL-SIZE WAY '
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and S .
The new Fa.rane! 500. finer in every way .
Mrs. Richard Jensen, at Daytona '- ...yet priced up to$142less'! than last year! i -
Beach; also his mother, Mrs. E. D.
% oMYuLEc1st&2t : Sims, his grandmother. Mrs. Ida How about that hood, styled sweet and low so you COME 1.1 ':
d RACE. : A. Motes, and his aunt, Mrs. Ruth tee where you go. How about fine-car features like the SAVE A BUNDLE '
o11 ,35cka Brown at Naples. cigarette lighter and color-keyed steeringwheel FORD AT DEALER'S YOUR y x. :
t 4D Mrs. James Miller is the guest of things you'd think would cost extra! And room WONDERFUL NEW R
.P11R IN. :t.I t. up to four inches for shoulders! And wide
RE = her 'son-in-law and daughter, :Mr. more new WORLD OF FORDS \ ,;
tread that hugs the curves! Yet the price is hundreds '
and Mrs. Lou Lombard in Miami
less than cars that aren't nearly as fine! '
this week and while there wil help fJJf. r.
her granddaughter Lisa Lombard, ..FORD-HM Fined Fords of a Lhbm. 'FALCON-nw NM-U Ford I THUNDERBIRD-nw WWI Mod Wonted Car
celebrate her second birthday an "...

niversary. Pahokee 1 R
Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Salvatore S Company

had. as guests over the weekend
their son-in-law and daughter. :Mr. .( PAHOKEE, FLORIDA, '-
EEtVERS'ROAD and Mrs. Albert Herron, of Fort .




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,r w Five'Circl Make Local Trojans ._'

Show Strength.. .

Revival Plans :
The Canal Point Trojans demon-

started their growing strength as
i Members -U-five circles of the basketball season draws to a

the Pahokee Methodist Woman's close by outclassing the Pahokee

Society of Christian Service at baby Blue Devils, 31-21, on the

separate meetings at homes of Canal Point court Wednesday aft.
# members Monday made plans for ernoon.

the revival which wil be conductedat Jimmy Goodson and Walter

the First Methodist Church : Young tied for honors,
high score '
Canal PC Missionary ,The Methodist Church I Christian Science I I Feb. 29-March 6 by Dr. Joseph tossing 10 points each. Other play \
Tolle' of the Methodist
ers on Coach James Threlkeld's"team
Baptist ChurchRev. Canal Point FloridaRobert Group Of Canal PointMan's Church, Miami, former pastor of who-contributed the Canal

the Pahokee church. ,It was announced -
.'Charles D. Stewart Pastor Pastor Pont victory by scoring were Wal-
A. Shelley,
God-given ability to think a WSCS study of the
SUNDAY SUNDAY ter Parker, 7 points, David Kautz,
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 : Church School and at rightly will be emphasized Book of Luke will be held at the 3 points, and Lowell Hughes 1
a. m.- Sunday at Christian Science serv- church'on Fridays from 9:30: to 11 point.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
11:00 '
a. m.Morning Worship
: ices. a. m., during the month of March .
6:30 .Training Union.
d:30 m.outh
p. Fellowship7:3O Scriptural readings in the Les- Mrs. Robert C. Hatton to teach the
7:30 p. mw Evening Worship .p. .-Evening Worship House WarmingFor
son-Sermon entitled "Mind" will book. An invitation was received
: include these verses from Proverbs from the Canal Point WSCS to join Hatf fields
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. 3:15 m.-Youth Choir Kyle
p. practice (16:1, 3): "The preparations of the them in a book study of "African -
: heart in man, and the answer of Missions" to be held at the Canal
Holy NativityEpiscopal 8:00 p.. m.-Woman's Society the tongue, is from the Lord. Point Methodist Church Feb. 23 A surprise'house-warming party
1st honoring Mf. and Mrs. Kyle Hat-
Church Tuesday. Commit thy works unto the Lord, and 25. The program topic at the
2nd MONDAY field was given by Mrs. Charles
: and thy thoughts shall be estab- meetings concerned for the most
Pahokee 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting Brown and Mrs. Ralph.Crews, host-
lished. part the Taberman Settlement
WEDNESDAY: I esses, at the Hatfields' new home
Correlative citations to be read House at San Pedro, Calif.
1L Wendell Hainlin, Vicar 7:30 m.-Prayer Meeting on Green Star Avenue,' Pahokee
from "Science and Health with Mrs.,Edward Carver was received -
SUNDAY: ** Monday evening. Red and white hibiscus
10 i Key to the Scriptures" by Mary -as a new member of the Ger-
a. m.-Sunday School were used by the hostesses
I First Baptist, Baker Eddy include the following: trude Shirley Circle at the meetingat
11 a. m.-Worship Service .in the flower arrangements. Mrs.T
ma m 'The human capacities are enlarged the home of Mrs... Kyle Scott. '
Church Pahokee Horace Unwin and Mrs Bill UnwinC
and perfected in proportion as Mrs. L.J .Fraser gave the programand
FirstMethodist assisted with the serving of' re- I
.' Rev. James E. Boyd, pastor humanity gains the true conceptionof I the devotionals. It was an- freshments-to approximately 45

\ Church, Pahokee.Rev. SUNDAY SERVICES: man and God" (258:21). nounced Mrs. James Moore and guests. '

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School The Golden Text is from Romans Mrs. Francis Lowe will be hostesses .. .

Clare s. Hall 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship (12:2): "Be not conformed to this, at the next meeting at Mrs.

SUNDAY: :, 6:45 pVm.Training Union world: but be ye transformed by Moore's home.. Victory Class Has.

9:45 a. m.:-Church School 8:00"p. m.-Evening Worship the renewing of your mind, that ye Mrs. D. Watkins and Mrs. New Officers ."'
1100a. m.-Morning Worship WEDNESDAY: may prove what is that good, and Ernest Maxwell were hostesses to I

6:45'p.. m.-MYF 8:00 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. acceptable, and perfect, will of members of the Miriam Circle at
7:45 I God.", the meeting at Mrs. Watkins' New officers of the Victory;
p. m.-Evening Worship f
TUESDAY home. Mrs. Maxwell chairman, Class, Pahokee First Methodist
: '
The Church Of God
Church School, installed for the I.
presided at the business session. A
7:00 p. .Vesper Choir prac-
ticeVIEDNESDAY Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Five Stud.entsMakej devotional program on "Brother- coming year are Mrs. Ralph Stan-
: hood Week" was presented by Mrs.E. ley, president: ; Mrs. Edward A.

7:45 p. m,-Mid-week devotions Point Road A's D. Sims, Jr.-Mrs. I. M. Lair was Jensen, vice president; Mrs. Lewis

8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- John H. Kinard, pastor !i I named hostess for the March meet- Friend, secretary; Mrs.J. G.Thomas -

tlc. 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School ing, which will be,at her home. Jr.,. treasurer; Mrs. Calvin

11:00,8.. m.-Preaching Service Five Pahokee High School students Mrs. C. A. Major, assisted by Spooner, sunshine chairman Mrs
Mrs. M. P. Holman, presented'theprogram Dorsey Pugh, song leader, and Mrs.'
Canal:Point First 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service were placed on the school'shonor
.,.- I at the meeting of the James W, Vann, pianist. Mrs. Robert =
8:00t p. m. Tuesday V.: L. B. roll with honors for receiving -
Schroder teach-
J. is the class
Baptist Church Margery Lair Circle at the homeof
,8:00rp.: : m. Thursday-W. M. B. I
A's in all subjects during the
-" Mrs. C. C. Lemonds and Mrs. er. .
Elder R.B.BarfIeld Everyone welcome. Special, music I third_ six-weeks period of the cur-I Ronald Watson had the devotionals. / -

SUNDAY; and singing. .. I I rent ,school year according to Mrs. John D. Rogers will be FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS I

10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Brooks Henderson, principal. The hostess at the,next meeting at her

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Church Of-God,' group included Shirley Culbersonand home. Mrs. Jess M. Elliott member of:

7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. Ann Jackson, twelfth grade; Mrs. H C:Graham, guest speaker the Pahokee Garden Club will

8:00 p. .-Evening Worship Barf ield Highway Robert Boe, tenth grade; Wayne spoke of her public welfare speak on "Miniature Gardens and

WEDNDESDAY: Boynton and Joe Graham, ninth work at the meeting, of the,Mary Flower Arrangements" at the

7:30 p. m.-MIdweek Prayer i 9:45: A. M.-Sundiy..School grade._ ... Martha'Circle at the home of,Mrs. March meeting of the_Sod.Busters

Service ir.OO A. M.-Morning Worship Students listed oil the honor roll Louis Davis, with the chairman, i'Garden, Circle to be held at the
', 7:00 P. M.-L. yr.( W..B. (Parsonage I'
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: proper for earning either A's or B'sin Mrs Lloyd Hundley, presiding. It home of Mrs. Beth Wilkinson Tues

7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary ) all scholastic work were Karen was decided to meet at the home of day, Feb. 23.
7:30 P. H.-Evening Worship .
Meeting. Adams Joseph Alderman, Sherrell Mrs. J. T. Boynton in March. -
7:30 P. If.Tuesday-Prayer Meet- Leah Brenda
Aldridge, Butler Mrs. Arch Blakey chainna'n.presided BOOKSTUDY

The Pahokee Church 7S0'P.. M. FrldayChildren'sChurch Carter Suzanne Chastain, Betty I at the business and gave Mrs. Robert,A. Shelley will con-

Jean.. Clark, Dorothy Hatton, Henry the devotionals at the' meeting tfihe.Mabe1.Bimonson' duct a,book study of Africa under

2 -. .... Of The:.Nazarene .Holt, Edwina".-Humphrey,._Ruth Circle'at the the sponsorship of the MethodisWoman's
.. 7:30 P. MFridayY.IVZ.; I
Kahle Samilee Lanham. .shirley
1St -- home of'Mrs. L. W. Armstrong.Mrs. Society of Christian
71 Bacom Point' Road Levins, Suzanne Morgan, Horace John Padgett was named I Service at the Canal Point Church

Charles F. Crauswell, Pastor Mary's Catholic Scruggs John Smith, David Wat- hostesses, for March.APPRECIATION Feb. 23 ,and 25. Members of the
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882
ChurchFather kins, Roger Watson and Betty -- Pahokee WSCS are invited to take
: Williams, twelfth grade; Shirley "
part in this study.
.. 9:45 School.
a. m.-&mday I
Anderson, Jeff Barwick Dianne -.-9-.
11:00 David Cronin wish to thank our many
a. m. Sunday
6:30 m.- Juniors. SUNDAY :MASSES : Douglas, Naomi Elliott, Sandra friends who 'were so thoughtful TO NAME SLATE
7:00 p. First two masses of the month Lampi, Virginia Scrape, Ha Mae during'the illness and death of our
m.-Sunoay Evening
Evangelistic Service 11:00. Smith, Brenda Unwin and Sandra loved one. The entire family of"Caulie Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Mrs. .Don

WEDNESDAY: Other Sundays at 7:30. Upthegrove, eleventh grade; Jan- Wetherington will alwaysbe Zacca'gnino and Mrs. C. L. Shirley,.

7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer ette Harrington, Roger Hatton, mindful of the kind deeds and Jr., were,named on a committee.;.to

,I. meeting., st. Peter's Lutheran I John Hundley, Ronald Kautz Patricia words of encouragement. Again nominate new officers for the Beta

"Where you are a stranger but I Keene, Bonnilue Lair John- thanks a lot. Omicron Chapter Beta Sigma Phi

once". i Church, Belle GladeErwin ny Lowe, William 'Maxson, Claud Mrs Caulie WetheringtonC. Sorority, at the meeting at the

I IWSWN Morgan and Katherine Young, R. and, Doris WetheringtonMrs. home of Mrs. Milton Salvatore with
L ._
,J. Baumgartner Pastor tenth'' grade; John Cook, Robert Evelyn Dannelly Mrs. Richard C. Lane, president

Listings For 1 601 W. Lake RA, BeBe Glade, Lampi, Heather Reed, John Rob- Mrs. Betty Jean Straughn. presiding.

Daily DevotionsListed SUNDAY; '. bins, Constance Singletary;' James

Divine Services 11,A. M. Suggs, Donald Tankersley, Jimmy "

School 9:45cA. M. Vandegrift, James Veal Michael
below la the schedule for I
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Velma Williams,
the Daily Devotion Broadcast over #
Radio Station WSWN endings-May Girl Scouts Meet. ( Woofter and Amy Young, ninthgrade

13, 1960. '.-", 01Wednesd ; Pamela, Boe William Boe, *

February 22-26, Rev. R. N. Huff., NightPahokee Ronald Bracewell, Tommy Brock, -
many Episcopal, Belle Glade. Eugene Cooper "Wilma Cooper, I
February 29Mar. 4,,Rev. Robert Girl Scout Troop 38 at James Crauswell, Robert Culberson K t1RflFltl1

,, Shelley Methodist, Canal Point. the regular meeting at Dr. John Harry Cunningham, Dianne J17'IOllll1

March 7-11 Rev. E. W. Kelting, son's Clinic Wednesday night of Hollon, Wayne Hundley, Dorothy -. -
Lair, Charles Pell Jann Plumer, .
of Belle Glade.
Assembly God
this week had as a guest speakerMiss
,, March 14-18, Rev..E. E.,Archer Roger Simonson and Donald Wind-
Baptist, Belle Glade. Margaret Mary Cook, regis- ham, eighth grade; Laura Boyd, /OWNED AND OPERATED BY :MORE THAN I

March 21-25 Rev. Kenneth tered nurse, who discussed with Marion Harris, John Pell.and Linda' 120 FLORIDA CATI7.EMEN"WE \

Price. Nazarene, Belle Glade. the Scouts American Red Cross Reid, seventh grade.FatherSon .
- .
March 28-April l.First Baptist first aid techniques.The I
Church Belle Glade.* troop voted to take a 17- : Banquet CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMFVE -

April 4-8, Rev. Lee W. Rustin, hour Junior Red Cross first aid \ Planned
Methodist, Belle Glade. course which will aid the Scoutsin By LionsCanal AND :MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE
't April 1115Rev.: Edward Strainer their work on such badges as
, Baptist, Belle Glade. health aid health and safety first Point Lions are their regular -

April 18-22, Rev. John Petrie aid public health and the like. weekly dinner meeting dis- CONFIDENCE

> Episcopal,Clewiston. Miss Cook will serve as teacherof cussed plans for their father and .

(, April 25-29, Dr. Leighton Scott, the course which is scheduled: : son banquet which will be held in Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON

:i. Presbyterian, Belle Glade. to start on Feb. 27 and continue: the Community Building Monday

;: May 2-6 Rev. James Boyd, Baptist through April 13. Class room ses- night with sons attending as spec- PAIIOKEE-BEULE GLADE ROAD

;:- Pahokee. sions will be held alternately on ial guests. Oliver JH. Sheppard !sin
f May 9-13, Rev. August Koerber. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Miss charge of arrangements for '
" Lutheran. Belle' Glade.CLASSIFIED Cook is with the Palm Beach County the program of entertainment.
-. Health Department.Elaine President James Gibson introduced -

',- ADS I I Salvatore Paul Tillery, president of the
Pahokee Club, as a visitor.



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: ,. Page Eight The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday, February 19, 1960
-- -
:" Buster Hancock- Clare and Mrs Meredith. Visitors Decauter, Ga, and Dr. Harlan King Queen Named
....; Hibiscus GrowthDiscussed were ilrs. H. C. White of Savannah Sears of West Point, Missn and ,

It'j: (continued-from page 1) Ga., Mrs. Douglas Thullberry their families. She presented giftsto By Baptist Youth
:'1\' net duties and strict enforcement At ClubCharles of Lake Wales and Mrs. E. F. Mc- the installing officers and, in .
of department regulations were Ilwain of Pahokee.Eastern turn, received gifts from the officers Skeets Boe was crowned king*

k tf. : major planks in his platform that who will serve under her and and Linda Woofter, queen, of the
; was made public when he filed. Thullbery of Lake : other chapter members. The installing intermediate group of children at

-'> Hancock said"that.in the race he Wales, guest speaker, lectured on Star Has officers also received corsages -) the Pahokee First Baptist Churchat

is entering, the ,voters of Florida 1 the propagation and care of hibis- or boutonniere from the the annual Sweetheart Banquetheld
tr are faced with the decision of elect- cus at the February 'meeting of New Officer Slate chapter. I at the church for members of
::. ing a fully qualified man or permitting the Pahokee Garden Club held i M.:s. Madge Taylor sang The the intermediate departments of
ri' 0. a professional political Tuesday at the home of Mrs. RuthV. I Lord is My Shepherd." Mrs.Walter I the Baptist Training Union and the

clique to control the office, using it Meredith. with the president, Mrs. Angelea Sears and J. W. Oldford of West Palm' Beach was Girls Auxiliary, with :Mrs. Joel
E;<:: for political patronage purposes :Mrs. Norman A. Kennedy, presid- Bordeaux, both of Canal Point, among the out-of-town visitors.': Brown and Mrs. Bill Moss servingas
, : and to dominate the state cabinet. ing. He also gave a demonstrationof were installed worthy matron and ------"-= V co-chairmen of the hostess com-

* The candidate said he will conduct the air-layering method of rooting worthy patron of Pahokee Chap- FAITH ON TOUR mittee. The king and queen were

f.' a vigorous campaign and will plants and explained howlardtogrow ter 184, Order of Eastern Star, at Faith Sasser, who recently join- selected by the ,six-poUit\ record
' discuss the issues with voters ink hibiscus can be the annual installation of new of- ed the Stetson University Band as system, the points depending on

, .- all sections of the.state. grafted on hardy stock, showing ficers held in the Masonic Hall flutist, is currently on a 10-day Sunday school attendance, promptness -
-- contributions, Bible study,
samples.of this kind of grafting at
Monday night. tour with the band, which is sched-
0" Dickinson Opens various stages of growth. He was Other new officers inducted were uled to give concerts in Virginia, lesson preparation and church at
' introduced by Mrs. William Plum- Mrs Ruth Meredith, associate ma- North and South Carolina .and tendance.Mr. .
...; (continued from page 1) tron; Dewey Hughes, associate pa- Louisiana. Miss Sasser is the dau- .c;.

t gation waved banners denoting its er.Mrs.: Edward A. Jensen Mrs. L. tron; Mrs. Judy Sapp, secretary; ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sasserof I and Mrs. Glenn Powell had
# home county. Banners, bunting, L. Shirley and Mrs. Plumer were :Mrs. Bernice Sheppard, treasurer; 'Pahokee and a former memberof I as guests at their home in Canal
. flags and election signs decorated named on a nominating committeeto Florrie Nix, conductress; Mrs. Bandmaster Robert O. LampVs ,Point Mr.. and Mrs. F. B. Fishback .
{p the park. West Palm Beach High select a new slate of club of- Adaline Wroten, associate conduc- Pahokee High School Band.' of Hoopstown, HI.
it School's national award-winning ficers. tress; :Mrs. Ruth Carpenter, 'chap I .

., band played matrial music and The; club voted a $10 contribu- lain; Mrs. Jessie Barnes, marshal;
t'j' state songs during the rally. tion to the fund being raised for :Mrs. Grace Graham: organist; m:..H..I..M..H. *"t I ** mi mil i M M 111 IH M t ; 11 inn I

f-; Dickinson outlined ambitious' the State Garden Club building at Mrs: Marian Maxson, Adah; Mrs. i
$ platform to Florida voters during Winter Park., Savings banks were Eunice Hughes, Ruth; :Mrs. Mabel THEATRESPRINCE
F:;;: his kickoff speech. The platform distributed to members for collecting Young, Esther; Mrs. Virgie Mc-
;'r puts heavy emphasis on long-range contributions to the fund being Call Martha; .Mrs. 'Annette Mc-
? planning to build roads, waterways: raised locally for the constructionof Curdy, Electa; Mrs. Eleanor Bor- LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
S. : and schools. It also calls for fair a Garden Club Center at Pioneer deaux, warder; Mrs, Ruth Nix, .
:: reapportionment of the Legislature sentinel. Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Park. The banks are to be turnedin
if and streamlining of Florida's cum- at the May luncheon meeting. Walter Oldford, past patron of -
+*2. bersome state government, including -' Plans were made to join the Ca- Palm Beach OES Chapter 41, serv- r -2 BIO FEATURES-
' ,a new Constitution; and elimi- nal Point, Belle Glade and Chosen ed as installing officer. He was assisted "' SUNDAY-MONDAYTUESDA 1r

, nation of duplication in boards, bureaus Clubs in a joint project to make by four past' matrons, :Mrs. SUNDAY AND MONDAY FEBRUARY 21-2Z-ZS '
'f' and commissions. Jessie Barnes and Mrs. Edna Bar-
for table
vegetable designs use as FEBRUARY*
tea f; The speech was televised live by decorations at the South Atlantic rett of Pahokee Chapter 184 and "TARZAN'S FIGHT
-- stations WPST, Miami; WEAT, Mrs. Dorothy Graber 'and Mrs.
Convention of Garden Clubs to beheld FOR
i, / West Palm Beach WTVT-TV, "Beloved Infidel"GREGORY LIFE"r
; at Boca Raton in March. The Madge Taylor of Belle Glade Chap- t
v- Tampa; WSUN-TV, St Petersburg ter 197. ] GORDON SCOTT AND
. date of a workshop for this projectwill .
* WLOF-TV Orlando.. It I 'EVE BRENT
was be announced. The new worthy matron carried PECK, DEBORAH
\ taped for later use on WINK, Fort Hostesses for the noon luncheon an arm bouquet of white carnations -" KERR AND EDDIE t
,: Myers; WEAR, Pensacola; and.I were Mrs.. L. W. Armstrong, Mrs. tied with satin in the colorsof urn CLDm THE ,
* WJIM, Panama City. C. C. Lemonds, Mrs. H. M. McIntosh the points of the Order, a gift ALBERT 'HIGHEST MOUNTAIN! I

,- Radio stations carrying the I :Mrs. J T Platt, :Mrs 0 B.Mc- from her sons, Charles Sears of .( I : I ; :'I f 1 I 1 I I t I 1 J ,' I t 1 I t 1 t t 1 lit } 1"1 I'I
\ broadcast were WCKR, Miami;
WEAT, West Palm Beach; WDAE, ': ,-

Tampa; WSUN, St. Petersburg; '

WHOQ, Orlando; and WJAX, .
Jacksonville. Dickinson, 37, was I '
. elected to the House of RepreSent- WORTH MOREBECAUSE 6'S SWORN TO SAVE

atives in 1954. He moved up to the Chevy's 6-cylinder engines flf ,
Senate in 1956 and was re-elected are set to squeeze extra miles. 0
r in 1958..'He never has lost an election out of every drop .of fuel. ,, Vsi '

{. to public office. They're I long famous for low ,> ,
THEYWORK fuel consumption, high _

Camporee Success performance. t<

Despite WeatherDespite .

the wind and rain the 't '
Camporee at Taylor Creek was, a I MORE! Power-packed for peak perNEW DOOMSAVING'PRICES = ,

huge success. There ,were boys :, formance, Chevy's husky .
from Indiantown, Okeechobee, Pa- V8's make child's play out of
hokee, Lake Harbor and two troops the toughest hauls. They Chevrolet's low prices make '

-.from-Belle Glade making. up the'" Jiave:3&ind.itmed: : to econbig truck news for'60. They

*.: camporee. : -that costs mean in pocket
$ ,too money
keeps your
omy, ; ;
On Saturday night there was ,n Cewpare this list of Chevy.advances *.c ith the features ordinary down, profits up. on model after modeL Step-

camp fire program with R. H.' ,tracks are stffl taftmg abort. Yea'M see why Chevy Vans,4-Wheel Drives, many .
Lewis of Belle Glade acting as
master of ceremonies, and each tracks get more work done m a day."..why they go extra -- U_- maticlightduty transmissions models! with auto are

troop participating. thousands of miles before _.I.:- ti te.These SterB3tSixties lower priced. Also, prices
:The president of the Gulf Stream
fag scale revefatieu! have been reduced on all
Council, Tommy Reed and Paul aren't just new, they're a optional V8'a.With .
Luce, the director from West"Palm .
Beach were present.Scoutmasters independent-'front I
Louis Muns and pension there's a brand-new, SEE YOtJ* BEALER '
Ed Carver with committeeman ', smoother, easier handling CARRYALLS
Robert Simonson accompanied our feel behind'the wheel. new It could be the most important -
boys. These handsome handy visit you make in '60.
On Sunday morning the Belle haulers "double in brass"can When YOU'&seen these new

Glade Troop presented the flag TORSION-SI WC RK transport eIght. passengers Chevies, you'll agree,they're

raising program and the Episcopal wheel or.up to 950 Ibs. of paythe world,most advanced
Each front suspended
'from load. Rear and center seats
Okeechobee out
pastor came, ,
trucks. drive
,. independently of theBother, 'Theji one and
and conducted services for the and
are easy tq remove
:boys. F '. is free to step individually place when necessary. Forfind out why. .-

:'iv jAll reported it was a very,good over bumps.And shockproof work or for pleasure, these
,damping trip. .*.::' .. torsion springs up front soak double-duty beauties arethey
4 -Reported by Wayne -: up the jars and jolts before t best for both! szI 7

Ludlam. / reach the body., With Y

three rugged new tailored-to- .
the-truck rear suspensions to CABS FOR BIG GUYS -
further reduce road shocks :
break .. ,
smooth3ig guys getablgg ." -
FLORIDA. FOR PALM Chevy gives you the ".
BEACH CHANCERY COUNTY.IN NO. 60 C 115A est truck ride you've ever plenty Chevy cab. Thereto ,:. ,'; ..
EVELYN JT7ANITA NAHALKA. ; felt. of space ., '- >, ,
Plaintiff : stretch out and relax; more
-va- :
STEVE NAHALKA. ; room for hats and hips,moreNO .
Defendant : for wide shoulders and
TO: STEVE NAHALKA.. Adtterss Unknown long legs. There's horizon-
You are hereby notified that Evelyn wide visibility through aDrive
Juanita Nahalka has field a Bill of ..
a 60 Chevy. Just windshield with 26% more
Complaint against you for divorce and
you are required to serve a copy of your onc '. Right away you'll noglass area; a new see-at-a-
tiff's anger Attorney to the ,complaint Thadd Whidden.on the plain P. O. tice the absence of I-beam glance instrument panel. .

Box 395. Pahokee. Florida and file the shimmy and wheel fight comCabs are safer, too, up to TRUCKS
original answer in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm mon on ordinary trucks. 67% more rigid. ,
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the 29th day of February. 1960; U you
fail so to do Judgement by default will I local Chevrolet dealer deals !
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DATED January 26th. 1960. .
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