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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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t Cool Action Stops Dickson Chief Guthrie QualifyPolice Chas. State Races Start For Rardin CommissionerCounty Qualifies County Races Open



t Robbery Attempt Chief Leon Guthrie has With A lull Field Commission Chairman ,For Primary May 3

qualified with the city, clerk in
Paul Rardin paid his qualificationfee
frt Cool action on the part of Mrs Pahokee as a candidate to succeed Secretary of State R. A. Gray's in Circuit Clerk J. Alex Arnet- Qualifications for county offices

: L. W. Armstrong foiled a would-be himself in his present job. The office in Tallahassee wasa* busy te's office on Wednesday of this opened at noon Tuesday in the of-
Chief said he would make a formal -
; robber intent on snatching" and place around noon Tuesday when week, qualifying for the county fice of Circuit Clerk J., Alex Ar-
running off with her'week's collection announcement to the voters as qualifications for state offices commission job in District 5, com- nette. Twenty candidates threw
the election time nears. Also qualifying <
; of rent; money, for closed at noon.. The following can- prised of the majority of, the area their hates,into'the ring by paying
the police chiefs Job was
.j Dr. and:Mrs;'Armstrong Paho didates have qualified with the this side of 20-mile Bend. Com. their qualifying fees and making
Charles Dickson of Pahokee who
kee pioneer settlers have several secretary of, state's office.as can- Rardin said his formal announcement ready for a campaign between now
until of Pi-
residential rental! units ,in the recently was manager. didates in Florida's May 3 first pri- would appear later. and the date of the first prlmaryi -
hokee Motor
,> Negro: section of Pahokee.' It was Company. mary election. All candidates are ---. i May 3. '
Duncan Padgett resident
', dark by the time Mrs. Armstrong long-time Democrats unless otherwise ideutified I J. Alex Arnette, clerk of the
of Pahokee, announced his March 17 Date Set
: had completed her weekly collection : Circuit Court the first candidate .
for of Pahokee by .
candidacy
and 'as she approached her mayor GOVERNOR to qualify when the books were

car, parked' on Rardin' A venu'", filing clerk. his'petition with the city Harvie J. Belser, Bonifay, Farris Elks Official Visit thrown open at noon is seeking re-

from a dimly lighted side :street a Bryant Ocala; Haydon Burns, election. Qualifying against him
'i .Negro man ran up from behind her Jacksonville; Doyle E. Carlton Jr., i was City Commissioner Horace S,

and grabbed at the money box she Awards Given To Wauchula; Ted Davis, Hollywood; William S. Hawkins of Coeur Miller r.
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carried.sh Fred (Bud) Dickinson, West Palm: d'Alene, Idaho grand exalted -ul- Qualifying in the race for county

t called for, help,,she heid t Beach; George A. Downs, Winter er of the Benevolment and Protective judge were Paul T. Douglas,,..,of
tightly on to the box. In the en- Scout WorkersScoutmasters Park:, John McCarty, Fort Pierce; Order of Elks, Vim be a guestof Lake Worth, and Grover Cleveland

suing scuffle the box fell to the Jim McCorvey, Hialeah; Emer- honor at Pahokee BPOE LodgeNo. Herring, Democraticcandidates,

.' pavement,:with the lid flying open son H. Rupert; St. Petersburg (Re- 1638 Thursday, March 17, at and Charles B. Guthridge, a Re

4.and .the- contents' scattering. Louis Mims and Ed publican); Bill Hendrix, Oldsmar; which time he will deliver an address publican. !
Alarmed at the unexpected turn of Carver accompanied by their wives George C. Peterson, Fort Lauder- at an evening meeting according Entering the tax assessor's race

I events,,th\ thief fled into the darkness ,attended the annual Boy Scout dale (Republican). ',to an announcement by J. were David Stewart, ,incumbent* i

without?|tpoping to pick up I banquet at the Methodist Churchin SECRETARY OF STATE S. Barwick, exalted ruler of the County Commissioner Lake Lytal j!
West Palm Beach on February25th (
the first piece of money. Tom Adams, Orange Park; E. Pahokee Lodge. and Edgar W. Maxwell, all Demo
:c,I Pahokee police were _soon at the I Mr:".Carver, .,was awarded J the V. (Gene) Fisher;Tallahassee;. Ed Before arriving in Pahokee Mr. crats. .' ,

scene and all of the money was're- Scout Key an- honor award .for "Hornsby,, Tallahassee; Angus Hawkins win be the speaker at the Qualified da: entries in the contest -

covered. During the 20 years Mrs.Armstrong having ,taken: the regular and advanced Laird, Tallahassee; J. 'L McMullen dedication of a new Elks home in I for supervisor of registration

x .... has been making her training: course, also for Live Oak, .N. D. Wainwright, Naples, earlier the same ,day. His! were J. E. '(Ned) Hardwick and
L weekly rounds of rent collection five years continuous service tothe Hollywood; Jesse Yarfcorough, Miami visit here win wind up' a, 10-day Ronald'E. Tupper, Democrats and,

I ". '" -this. &the?first.time,she.,has ,ever troop.;j ,. : ;. ;Thomw.. y a..x& aa* .t99i .oL... .. nzoucLer)2States. : AaalcLam, ;.ta.Repablicau-..- ,-11
Wayne. .
Boynton
been. molested.- ,. with*j2agje'cottt' see, Perc3r"W;, PaVmpson; Gained- Before coming to>Florida, Other candidates who qualified I
r $ scouts 'Harry Cunningham, ,vine ,Republican). "rCOMMISSIONER the Elks' national: leader wilt have I Tuesday included Counter Commte* ,

Johnny Vandegrlft! ; 3Tim: :Tyson. : ofAGRICULTURE visited ,lodges in Mississippi, Ala- .toners Kenneth P. Foster for reelection

Local Judge Team,, I Dorsey1"Thompsorr, Bruce Boynton"" I v b ma.,Georgia,and.South Carolina.Mr. in District 1, and Roy.JE.

.Michael Aubrey, Dennis Martin;i : S.'Bensont; Berger .Surfside; Loran Hawkins, a 40-year-old lawyer Michael, Jr., for re-election In District -
k Win State Honors I Eddie Todd, Cannon/Myers, John' V. Carlton, St. Petersburg; and former prosecuting at- 3. Paul Rardin qualified for

'Pell,Chuck:Pellr,,James. Crauswelh'Roger Doyle Conner, Starke; W. R. torney and district court judge, County Commissioner in DisL. 5;

,Simonson and Wayne ud-: (Buster Hancock, -X3roveland; has been an Elk since 1934. As on Wednesday.- J

: The Palm :Beach County 4-H lam began what: was to be a most I Charlie lace, Winter Haven; Car- head of the nation's 1,250,000 Elks, Howell L. Watkins, county superintendent

;, :b. Club Poultry Judging,; Team, composed -.:successful morning.corn sale Wayne at 7:00 Boyn-A. M. ey A. Reams, Maitland.ATTORNEY I I he has set up as a major goal of his of public instruction,
Saturday GENERAL administration the doubling of the filed for re-election, as did Sheriff
; of Nancy Harrington of 'ton, gathered up his volunteers Richard W. Ervin, Tallahassee; number of Boy Scout units spon- John F. Kirk. Stetson O. Sproul

,y Canal'Point* ,Joe Graham' of Pahq-j with ,tractors, wagon and, boys Carl V. Wisner Jr., Fort Lauderdale sored by Elks Lodges, from, 735 qualified 'for re-election as countytax
kee and Bill 'Eckler of Delray to :Mr. Hundley's "
made their way (Republican). : to 1,470'units, in order, he says,! collector.
Beach, placed fourth in the statewide (continued on ,page 8)Auxiliaries ,
COMPTROLLERRay (continued on page 8) Joel T. Daves, county solicitor
k: ; 4-H poultry Judging contest E. Green, Tallahassee; J. L. i filed qualifying papers for re-elec-
..- at the 'poultry show of the CentralFlorida
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Plan'Meeting Lee Jacksonville. I tion.
i t.' Fair in Orlando'last week- I' Annual Concert
TREASURERAl Billy B. Bums, C. Markham
\' : end. The team also won, a fourth
K Ca.hll1-jack: ii ; J. Edwin, Langham and Gleason M. Stam-
S place for its egg exhibit at the TonightA I Larson Tallahassee; Ernest E. Coigns -!!I By PahokeeBand baugh qualified as candidates for
if. show.In the individual 4-H judging '
, \ Tallahassee; Charles R. Fischer re-election to the Port of Palm
{ Bill was rated ninth and Joe,tenth
place. coronation service for all' Largo (Republican); William' Beach board. Langham' is a Repub-..
t' O. Murrell Jr., Orlando.SUPERINTENDENT. The Pahokee High School Band lican.
r, Joe, who showed 30 white Leghorn members of the Girls Auxiliaries I ': _
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'. within the under 'the' direction of Bandmaster -
i hens, was awarded a special of the Baptist Churches PUBLIO'INSTRUCrIONTJ10mas ..
'' Robert O. Lamp will present
\ ribbon for having the best ,bird in Palm-Lake Association, will be : :
.. First D. Bailey, Tallahassee; its annual concert at the Marchmeeting tin eral.ServicesBrYOtirg'&iWher
'" the Mediterranean class of,poultry I held at the Pahokee ,Baptist
1 8:'fata, iJ ,' ,Gilber{ P. jRichardson,= Lakeland ,.of the Canal :Point Par-.
at.
*4r. at.the show. addition, he received Church Friday : : "
four.'bluei'22 red-and,twowhitej:-qA girls, ranging:,to:' #frotnc-ll I.(Republican.Wuw-.- '"-:: entfTeacher: Association in the
l7Q'3LMISSIOi I school\ f-auditorium ,at 8
.' ,made definite Monday
have -
_! J 'ribbons. Janette won sik blue and;I-tQ':: 16 years, who Jim
:Harry, M. .Arkus, 'Tampa; ml.
< .' :four ribbons tor'hueXhibit'.of''! advancements in mission and -. p._ Featured on the_ program
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., -.f io-Rhode.Island Red 'pullets:'Her h r<;&"\Vork-will receive: special Blanton, St. Augustine; Edwin L, will be numbers. the band will playin Funeral services for Mrs. Daisy .

; sister Nancy'Harrington: 'received' recognition. in this wservice MemberS Mason,.Miami;Victor Rule,Tampa the District. Band Contest at Pa- Blanch-Brink 80, of Canal Point

:! five blue and five red ribbons for a of' the Pahokee" Girls' Auxiliary (Republican). hokee on March: 30. Mrs. Grady will 'be held at the Canal Point

similar exhibit 10 pullets of the( who will be honored at the FLORIDA SUPREME COURT Echols, Hospitality chairmaq, and Missionary :Baptist: Church this ...
same breed. i coronation are ,Dorothy' Batchelor,. Group 1: :;Charles J. Bodner, Mi- her hostess committee will serverefreshments Friday morning at 9 o'clock with

< ,-"f' The 4-H Clubers were accompanied Lawanda 'Edmondson and Pam ami; Glenn Terrell Tallahassee; in the' school cafe- the Rev. Charles D. Stew rt,-pastor -
Laura Boyd.as Group 2: Campbell Thornal, Tal- teria following the program. Mrs. officiating.Mrs. .
.l to the fair' by Mrs. Eliza Boe, as "Princesses"; '
I beth Pierce and Raleigh Griffis, "queen-in-service" and Vicki lahassee; Group 3: Stephen C.I Joe Cherry, Jr., president, will pre- Brink died unexpectedly in
girl.* O'Connell, Tallahassee. side at the business session. her sleep at her home Tuesday
ower .
t county agents and Mrs.A. R. Har- Poteete. as .
: : rigton, mother of Janette and Leaders of .the, Pahokee GA's 5- m i night. She ,came to Canal Point in
hostesses,at the meeting 1931 and was a charter member of
.} _. Nancy. who will be Bud Dickinson Glades Tax OfficeIs
2: are, :Mrs. ,David unwin and the Canal Point Missionary Baptist -
:Mrs..James BatC ;1or. Mrs."Robert A Busy Place I Church. After living for sever-}
;- George Young Is"I Woofter.is forward step, leader.In Pahokee On Sat I I -- al years in Daytona Beach she returned

;:. Speaker For FPA The public is invited to attend this Stetson O; Sproul's tax 'collec- to again make her home
service. tion office in the Glades Office here last January.
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:;: :- ; George C. Young, manager of the I -:.-- S ":: State Senator Bud Dickinson Building was a ,busy place during Survivors include son, Dr. Wil-

' Glades Livestock Market, was SCHEDULE FOR MOBILE will be in Pahokee Saturday February, according to Mrs. Geo. burn C. Young! Canal Point; a

ii guest speaker at'the regular meet X-RAY UNIT afternoon at the Woman's Club C. Young who-is in charge for Mr. daughter .Mrs-) Edward J. Keil-

'.. ing of the Pahokee Chapter, Future Palm Beach County Health from 3:15 near 4:00 o'clock. His Sproul. She pointed out..,that 7,718 man Gary Ind.; a brother, Fred T.

Farmers of America in the Department March 1960' many Glades friends are urgedto auto tags were sold compared with Davidson Chiefland; two sisters -

1 high school agricultural building March '15, Pahokee, Bank Area, go out and meet him on his 7,347 last year for an increase of Mrs. Lelia-:/Walker, Jacksonvilleand

."' ; .. After explaining to the FFA boys 10-12 A. }of..,Pahokee Health Center swing around the county in his' 371 tags. Mrs. :3&4aould3.: : Dade. City,
: the organization and operation of 1-4 P.. M. race for:governor. Mrs. Young said the office hand and four grandchildren.
ff .5 the market, _the speaker introduc- March 16, Belle ,Glade Health .,- led 671 pieces of paper, 25 boats Graveside' services and burial

j: '-- .ed Mr. Harris who presented as a Center. 2-5 P. M: and.6-9 P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Guy: Humnchouse licenses and 229 sales tax forms, will be at Bronson, Fla, this Fri-
r :.' gift-to the Pahokee FFA Chaptera March 18, Belle Glade Kwik: of Ridge Farm, HL,.visited Mr. and which added to the auto tags business day afternoon at '\ o'clock WiH-

t\ =.. share of stock in .the ,Glades Chek-- store, Ave B and 4th St.,, Mrs. Glen Powell at Canal Point- ,. gave the ,office' a.transaction iams-Wetherington Funeral Homeis
Livestock :Market 12-3 P. M. the first of. the week. i of 8,643 deals all together.: in charge of, arrangements.T .. '
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J',- r .,- ___ OpensMarchljAfrMusicarnival: Democratic OpponentState } r Has* 3 CandidatesBattling i,

:',\, .... Representative Emmett S. for *,the Democratic }t
.' Roberts of.Belle Glade will have a nomination for State Senator to ,IJ
Stephen Douglas, star, "of the democratic opponent, in the May 3 succeed Sen. Fred O. (Bud) Dick- .

1: original Broadway" production of primary election in the perosn of inson,who is running for governor,
"Dam.. Yankees will- his '
recreate
Bob Eaves of\West Palm Beach will be a three way deal with De-
famous.role Joe in Musicarnlval's '
'I as Hardy who qualified at the last minutein Witt Upthegrove, Fred H. Hope
r. presentation of this hilarious -
I Group 2-the Glades Group.. In and Ralph Blank, Jr., in the race. t
I baseball comedy, opening the general election in November Mr. Upthegrove is the present "
. I Tuesday, March 1 for one week I he.'will have Republican opposition i I supervisor of rgeistration in Palm f

\t.: .. through" Sunday, March 6. in1 the person of V.. Paul Bebout, Beach County. Mr. Blank is state
Also in "Damn Yan
starring
: \ 'Jr. representative in group one and
r Point Florida kees" will- be the sensational Joan .g'\ tying in.Group 1, usually Mr. Hope was assistant county I
1: The ,Rardin, uiTdingr In, Canal .. Kibrig, who headlined here earlier .known
as the East Coast group, solicitor. The winner will be faced

f.it' :,. THE.LAKEOEEOHOBEE: 9tQ;; ?,HOME. OF .this:season,in "Kismet,"and come 'were: Zell Altman Harvey .E. by a Republican opponent in November '
dian-Tom Williams another I
top Oyer Jr:, and'Robert F. Day, Dem- in the-person of Herbert C.
h'I ; NEWS ,11fi.sicarniyalJavorite. perats. Qualifying' Republicans Johnson. I
-i1'DHE: iE\T.ERG'vitDES; JThp firstrrate supporting cast is '
; ,I were:.,George ll Eirik 'and terry ,
" 1 headed by Earle MacVeigh, Lynne Thomas. The winner in each of ENTERS HOSPITAL ", : 1
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without
J\ Osborne, Roberta Reusch, Harry I I
these will battle it out ?
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groups
30 Tears
I Interruption Every Week for More Than, Theyard, Al Medinets and producer I
the election who Charles entered Good
; Established IarcJi l ,1924 Published Every Friday Price in his !I general to see Stringari.
. > ,- Johnny one of rare '
serves in the House with the winner ? Samaritan Hospital, West helm '
1' Subption! Price 2.00 Year,In, Advance I acting appearances., I of the Roberts-Bebout, race.
: : I I Beach,,on Wednesday of this week
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"4 The Everglades.News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn I of back
for
treatment a injury
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sears, accompanied Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg of Lake _
:. Canal-Point, Florida,,as Second Class Matter by his mother, :Mrs. H.. suffered in, recent fall from a ladder -
Worth:visited her daughter-in-law,i
'., L.,Sears, of Canal Point and aunt, at the two-story building at
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r._ .;PpulRardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Mrs. Loren Rosenberg, and family:
'. Mrs. Millye Patterson of Alamo, the south, end of Canal Polnt'whichthis .
'i one Company; In ,year,than.a decade ago.,.long'dis! Ga.,.spent the weekend, ,in Miami bt'ahokee' and fritadsin Canal firm Crown Ice Company' is

't : tance'calls,averaged ,over one million with relatives. Point over the weekend. I remodeling for use as an ice plant.Phone .

; ,Excellent'Report daily,,double.the number ade-

rL cade ago.Prizes.

;', The impact of-Southern Bell y yra ijy gg I f%

Telephone Company operations on Are .Won By
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annual report received in Jacksonville -

,, today. Southern 'Bell serves Several young people of the I
1,111 exchanges. with 75 exchanges Glades area, who are members ot'
in-Florida. the 4-H'Club and the newly organ- '
511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade I
:: As the #-year Bended,"there w&e ized Junior Cattlemen's Association
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1.260,000 Southern Bell Telephones s yon prizes for their exhibits .
in'.the state;;124,756 more.than the ,in the livestock show at the Cen ..SALES and SERVICE I i
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; close of 1959. tral. Florida Fair in Orlando, according .
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. was $57,864,000?,for 1959, the report County agricultural agent. i LYVAV !

; shows. .Employees, spread Teddy McCall of Canal Point was \ J A
over a big part; of the state, ,num- awarded.a blue ribbon for his.Ayr :

: \. ber 13,100. !Taxes ..paid to Federal, shire,::heifer calf and a, red ribbon ),' '
.State and LocaL.agencies' totalled for his Ayrshire two-year-old cow. r 1 1

. 37000000. John B..Evans of Bean City entered '
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worth of new facilities in Florida., year-old, cow that not only was ; .
: C President,:: Ben S. Gilmer, In awarded blue ribbon but;also,the : ..! ,LAUNDER BETTER TODAY. /I .. ;

r making the ,report lot,the,Directors reserve ,grand champion of the! / ,,,,
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' ,=disclosed that in the,South asa shoW. : ALL-ELECTRIC,# WAYwiththp ';\ -'< : I

whole a new.record was set Others receiving prizes were I

when more, than .550,000 ;Southern Mary Lou Raulerson Of Belle ( .. : (i; ; ."
Bell added in Glade (> .. .
, Telephones were blue ribbon, registered '
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telephones. Of these,.,215,000 .were Nicely of Pahokee, red ribbon ..

. residence extensions, reflecting'the' registered ,Holstein junior',yearling ,
* trend ,toward more .telephones in ,heifer; and Bonnie Jean Ander- MATCHLESS, r r'C '

.,: .each:home. son of Belle Glade, white ribbon, :: : : f ,:. I

: 4The, number of. ,Southern Bell grade Holstein heifer calf. iI
r telehones more, than doubled in the ... :

.past, ten"-years,, which the 'report \ .
M, described as '"our buslest..decada".1t. Predicts Heart I : : I II'
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r., -than 6,815,000 telephones compar- ., ". I
, :. ",.ed,to abouti3,000,000 at the begin- Quinton C. Vrooman, chairmanof ; ,, "" .iI
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ning of the 1950's. .Florida's pres- the. 1960 Heart Fund, predictsthe / .
" .. sent ,0,260,000, telephones compare I
1960 Heart Fund as passingthe -
t- / .with'in 452,000 1950..\which :were ,in operation $132,000.alltime.high mark of 1959 of ( cj-7 :.,,;; : V :


.Local calls made over Southern "From the (first :Incomplete reports :: ".;J <,< '\<,IJt ;', ::1
Bell
v> telephones In. the single
year
all areas are doing far better -
i i.of..1959.averagecLnearlt: '42...million.dally.This '
than in 1959.|Having Heart

.. .. is 152 million.more per Sunday on February'28th has madeit Automatic Weather-proof

impossible for the accounting r;, d

," committees, to complete their" tabulations : ELECTRIC WASHER ELECTRIC DRYERdcaa'tfade
I by' March 1st, stated :

t ..Adsn Vrooman.
Arease showing big gains from Sun ;
the .first reports are Boca, Eaton, ,. Just set a dial and t -
VFOR.SAIX.. .. ;.-New'" :Jmd.uafedWUlyi Boynton Beach, Lake Worth, West v k your washer will pins'caD't tear ,
Wi.MlfS."t.TYAlter.A1hl 'lJ l arigv Palm 'Beach,. Riviera Beach andLii '.win and rinse... clothes, "Electric1Sunstfine ,.
In Belle Glafla,"Phone 3058. ,; clothes damp **',dries
. : k Park.Mrs .. ,: dryand then f' better, .
Oct.,17-64-ch:
, .. ,!; : ReDiedtich; of.Jupltereports -' shutoff':. .cautcmatically. night.: n dsylifit -

-SUBSCRIPTION expiration dates ah" increase. in, the contribu- ,ing,lugging. ,hanging -

.;to ,this newspaper are marked tions as does.Al'Olson and,Mrs. J."B. too. Ir

\ on your:- am "'labelas.ltcomea,to 1 Obert'chairman of NorthPalm

.;yen-each weekvChecktheCdateon3 : Beach ,Village, ancUMrs R. .A-Bis- '
4 "- ours.}That is your;date' to>renew sonnette' of Palm Beach Shores. (

Well be looking (for .check. Mrs. Victor Mulberg, Belle )

'" *Thanks.HTheEverglades.; News.jAXx3aspst. Glade chairman* Mrs. A. D. Beverly Sit-down Worry fr.ee }
Mrs. J. T. Boynton and Mrs. H.
IP II Tui q ; [ JK Branch of a .' -
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JLECTRIC"IRO.NfR ELECTRICWATER
syouneedcards,!,enyelopeaC'letterqjkeads. Paul Rardin of.Canal,Point have
statements,Jaill heads.hand.T
> : reported larger returns from their.
;lilts. or.jao iethingis.the.printIsg areas The automatic .. HEAPFree -
/ .1!-Hne just'step to., ejhpne and callThe The Martin County Heart Com- 'a''' Electric Ironer .,": .
Everglades ;News at"Canal r ;;does all ,the' work s: ''I
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Point. No 2661..Weareexperts in .:;,fund, totals, according to -the supplies,while all 'oe ,1
pressure
, -producing, excellent ,printing,. and Robert McRoberts, fund chairman.The you, sit relaxed,. 4 fumesplentym re 1
t .< our prices are': in-line/with out of Jensen Beach-Rio ,Area Mrs. :<, 'ast,easy..4 gives anElectricWaterHpater- '

. town printers; who come to the Robert Miller, chairman, stagedthe profefflionalmg iron-: ,, I

". Glades for printing.business*'Please. successful Teenage Queen results. Installs anywhere. j i

: ..r give us a calk Phone 2661. Dance and on Saturday, March,5th, "
a Heart Bali at the Riptide Club I
WANTED: First Class ,body and -! -Tc-- \
Fund
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paint man. Good ,pay. ,Contact
a close in this area. :
.Hub Spooner at PahokeeMotor :Nq } % :+;ii?:>: :a.r r.e.: oytr/o, 6' :1
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Pahokee'Motor Company. Tf .For Home Missions March 7-13. -. -,
you can sell please contact Hub 'Mrs. D. P Hughes is the Prayer galn im yow. :i-. .i -. k 5 'HELPING BWLD'FlORIDA.W (

Spooner within the next day .)r Chairman for the Canal Point

two. A good Job, awaits you. 2-12tfc I Woman's Missionary Society. I

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t CARVE COSMETIC CONTAINERSSTROVE K !1-: IIELP5 BRING BETTER VISION
ITS WfPE USE //V 5e 4.. ;: AND RICHER LIVES 70 T cYJ5IW5
P, EGYPT.ASEARLY S IN THIS WORLP..
' A3 &OOO B.C. .I THEAYERAGE WITHOUT SOLICITING A CENT

PERSON WEARING THIS UNIQUE CHARITY.FOUNPEP '
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NEE15 A CHANGE SENDS USABLE GLASSES

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Lake Lytal Seeks

, GOLD AND SILVER FRAMES, w.. "
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f RyAG THEM/OOYEAGES EVEN PENTURES, FOUND O ..
r BATHING-BECAME A IN DRAWERS ARE MELTEO.00WN '
.. PRIYATEANOCO41PYIi i TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR NEW .. '
GATED AFFAIR ONE 4 Lytal a county commis- PRESCRIPTION GLASSES GIVEN
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years
INDULGED ANP PEOPLE x if.S.HOSPITALS AND WELFARE /
USED AROMAT7CS TO i this area for more than 40 AGENC/ES/N THE FORM OF
CONCEAL ffOPyOPORSCAUSE GRANTS... '
r years this week announced he will MONETARY
?BY PSR5PIRAT1ON /
r be a: candidate for County Tax As- YOU TOO CAN JO/N IN THIS
,. \ r1 sessor at the Democratic Primary WORK BY SENDING YOUR PISCARPS TO:'" ,
I ,vMOP&W SCIENCE HAS ELIMINATE THE USE FOR THE NEEDY /NC., /
EYES
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SAFE PEODORANTS SUCH AS MUM THAT the past several years," issrtT=*s
STOP BOTH'OPOR AND THE ACTION OF OPORFORMINGBACTERIA Lytal said, "it has been my ambition NOTE NEW EYES FOR THE NEEDY INCV IS A NON-PKOOT CHARITABLE
ORGANIZATION WITH PERMISSION FROM THE UNITED STATES
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run for this office was not madein I:
L (cJ b fair reapportionment bill constitu- haste. I

J 1V 3$ tional revision the repeal of the
,, "I have followed the operation of \
i increase of the intangible tax (a
this'office very closely for a period ..
co-introduced in .,.L. C{ i..
bill I d last session
of years and believe I have a com- S_ ; -
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plete knowledge of what is needed .
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to establish a.fair and equitable tax ,
funds for construction of the Boca I roll for the of Palm Beach
tax I people Mr. and Mrs. John T. Starling of
Raton equity in our
University,
County. Being familiar with prop- Jacksonville announce the arrivalof
structure, and many other prob- i '! '
erty values throughout the;county, 26. The
1 a daughter on February
lems in this rapidly growing state, '
I have a definite idea of what partof is
young lady who a granddaughterof
of ours \
U.., M"X9 a tax burden, property should Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Kirk of
.. assume, and. in. evaluation of the Pahokee has been named Kay

I present tax roll and recent reassessment and will be called Kay
9i 23J i Lynette
f S Home*Owners Need I believe it is a tax roll
I Lyn.
51 ov. -- To Ask ExemptionDavid of many inequities: and that for the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis (Kay

1 .r- benefit of a very few, many prop-I Frances Graham) of Canal Point

Stewart Palm ,Beach erty owners,were hurt. I know it is announce the birth of a son, Walter -

County tax assessor; reports that possible to have a tax roll capableof Theodore at the Everglades.Me-

Y::4 3,400 home;owners who had home- providing.. sufficient, funds to I morial" Hospital Feb. 24.. I T11Li :
school
and
run-our county' govern-
stead tax exemptions in 1959 have Mr. and Mrs.J. Darrel Douglgs t
ments and yet befatr and-equal to "
failed to date to apply for their (Imogene Peterson) of Pahokeaannounce
all. I will not in any way do any-
REP. EMMETT ROBERTS exemptions in 1960. the birth of a son Juan
interfere with the HON. PAUL G. ROGERS
thing to coun
Home owners who have not renewed I Darrell, Jr., at the Everglades Me-
ty's obligation to meet! its legal '
rjtidrial :
their application are urgedto ; Hospital, Feb. 23.
requirements .as set forth by the I
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Emmett Robertsfor
immediately sign and mail to
Minimum Foundation.Law for Paul Seeks
'fot"' : ; i the county assessor's office in West ration of the school system and ope-to 5,278 Persons Get Rogers
Palm Beach their renewal cards
RepresentativeStateRepresentative help teacher's salaries. I sin- State Aid
pay Welfare
for their exemptions. Everyonewho ; Reelection May 3
had homestead exemption in cerely promise to conduct myself: I

in the position of Tax Assesor the Thomas E. Penick Chairman of
s. J.959, and has not received a renewal I ,
Emmett same as I have in the past-as a .
card, should contact the countyassessor's I District 10 Welfare Board of the Congressman Paul G. RogersD.
Roberts'ofPalm Beach County announced public servant of the people. I will
of Public Welfare
State -
and obtain such Department
5- office a ( ., Fla.) announced today he :s
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today that he has qualified card for signature as soon as pos give my time and whatever talentI ", reported in Palm Beach filing for re-election: to Congress

.' wjtli the'Secretary of State in sible. possess in attempting to correct I County 5,278 persons were assisted from the Sixth Congressional Dis-

Tallahassee and that he will be a New applicants for homestead whatever inequities any "person ,in the four categories of public trict of Florida. ,

.. .candidate' .for re-election to the exemptions must go to the assess- may feel has befallen him I I'assistance for the month of February. Rogers now serving his third I

:Elorlda'.'affit Legislature House of or's office in the County Court- Lytal who has Just completed .' term in.Congress wU'.first'elected I
KepWsentaUYes Group 2,. his fifth term as chairman of the J'A'total of 1,722 persons receivedOld
frojn house and, make 'application. Mar. to the 84th Congress'ln a special
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Palmec County 30 is the deadline' for the filing of countyboard is'a graduate of'Palm Age Assistance in the amount election held in January, 1955, to

Roberts said that "after serious all applicationsvfor homestead exemption Beach High and was graduated of 8753100. 86 persons*received succeed'his father, the late Con-

cons t&nJ: feel that I cad both new-and renewals. I from Cumberland University after Aid to the Blind totaling $5,256.00. gressman Dwight L. Rogers of Ft.

serve t&rtttiiens. of Palm Beacfc attending' the University of' Flor- 842 families, representing 2.571 Lauderdale. He: was.elected to
County and the State most effect- ida and Loyola University. He is children received Aid to Dependent the 85th and-the 86th\Congress

: 'Y of the ,House married to the former Ruth Best. Children in the amount of;
: J8!?, member Golf Tourney ,At In a statement today' from
1y. se fg}r;!having acquired: a His son. Lake Jr.is a sophomore at 5171700. 194 persons received Washington, 'Congressman Rogers

,.R ijon J be. powerfu Legislachairman Bradenton.OpenaRADENTON Palm 'Beach Junior College and ,Aidto t e Dialed In the amount I \.
.t : J dr:1' i:,.11 : 4Jnla
ta; Uved aunc 1 J.nd. a member Of:aj 'ra ist'Hf131.ggiif islal3unidr' at F6r. >r iit 31. : I.;' *with the, election
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?= SeeMs '* 4 hb6n 4 )f J"I ;) dn" Z2 r-: : '
1. 3r W' ,:tJtipii' -= tx? *atrend" dit children redev- & 'iiirWa, I have

"( :lw: 9! ah1f 'toward associating"J : S1(' n'iI: livt1"n &pI.srl ce'durtne' the month/ 1AA;: wi. lh* .Seetiiry of
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odrall"aifa atfd' .
.. !t4JtTSLHn'lO 1"DiAn'lU Y'X I $fbnafblf: tournaments with.h4.1 a sPe i .o..wr1uP i'Irbsie homes/The t riot: if andidacyFlorida.
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rcro@ los br
e ;an Rligtays,'J 1 "The .pHef1btn n n g tIesi gre
gf APlz:9: 1.t'rttP. d.AudlUng.will other big push sodn'I1with. the 'in- irY&rests' of elder citizens' child"welfae' fiexWces-. '1Mas19-$11 .,' .
: belnvralua troductiorf'o'ilne new national Dp' 4nh of:'the'community. :_ : ',7' 02554oufc.: : f naif, .I'R < Vt' 'te 'the people 4' l

Palm, Beach County in its endeavors Soto Open in conjunction with the He is a member of the Trusteesbf There were 60 adoptionrpetitions of our District for having given .
"
"'" "tttfsecure; construction funds annual Hernando de Soto Celebra- the State and County Employees studied for the Circuit Court. me the honor ol serving them in

for the\Boca Raton University as Pension and Social Security These are children placed in homes the last three Congresses and I .
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securing ,oflegislation tion.Typically Board; a director of the Palm service
well as the passage the Conquistadoresand independent of through a will run for re-election on my record -
important to the citizens other citizens' of Bradenton Beach County Employees Credit licensed child placing agency and during these sessions for I sin-

of Palm Beach County and have built their annual week-long Union; chairman of a committeefor the Welfare Board is responsible cerely feel. the people of our District -

the State of Florida." Roberts said celebration into one of the na- higher education in the county; according: to law to make these reports appreciate performance rather ,

.,"I am grateful to the citizens of tion's most colorful pageants. Each former chairman of ,the South to the court. than promises."I I

._ Palm Beach County for giving me year is re-enacted the landing near Florida Airport Planning and Ad- Palm Beach County is also represented came-to: .Washington believing

,... : the privilege of serving as their Bradenton, in the early 16th cent-I visory Committee: chairman of the on the District 10 Welfare that/u utl{Improvement: could f

representative for three terms as a ury of, Hernando de Soto an hisI I State Association of County Commissioners Board by Mrs. Doris Sasser Paho- be made in the operation of the I

member of the House of Repre- stalwarts. The restaging kicks off i i health and welfare com- kee, the Rev. Paul M. Cassen, Mrs. government, ,to bring about more l

sentatives. It has been 'a period of seven days of balls, festivity I I mittee; coordinator for county Helen R. Tedder and Mrs. Helen businesslike methods which would i

tremendous growth and progress sports parade ,and fireworks. This: Lions Clubs in a survey of blind D. Woodward, West Palm Beach. cut down our high-costs and waste. i

for,our county and,state and I am year it wil start on Sunday March I I population being earned out by the During my first two terms in'of. '

proud that T have been privilegedto I National Foundation for the Blind; A program on "Stewardship"
five I was privileged to
make a contribution. to that I 20.The past three years the DeSoto i member of the TB and Health As- I will be presented by ttfe Miriam and guide to enactment proposals sponsor I t

'growth.. automobile company has participated soc. executive committee' and a Circle at the March meetingof the which spokesmen fbr "the Hoover I

'I have endeavored at all timesto I in the celebration and has past county seal sale chairman for Pahokee Methodist Woman's Society Sommissioh, have called the most

fulfill theVduties! and responsibilities helped focus national*attention on! the organization; president of the of Christian Service at the '" I
important:budget reform measures
of the office, with a high the affair. This year the company County Guidance Center and a First Methodist Church Monday at ever offered by the;.,tommission." i.

,sense of integrity and sincerity and is helping to inaugurate the new I member of the Polio Foundation Ji 8 p. m. Mrs. Duncan Padgett. president if .

1 shall continue .to serve all the De Soto Open March 24-27 as I Palm Beach' County and past will preside.

citizens. pt, our,county In the cause another assist to the City. Site of March of Dimes chairman.He r a' Mr. andMrs. Curtis Minor and
'trf/good government"I ." the De Soto Golf and Country Club is deeply interested in Little 11 I life member of the Jaycees and family have moved into their new .
director of the South Florida fairand home on,Kismet Avenue in Ridge- '
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ana baseball
will be League
shall continue my efforts and the big-name tournament Pony League I I .
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Mr. and Mrs Buford Justice Mr. and Mrs. Sam Humphrieshave o.y S Kenneth P. Foster, West Palm
have moved from Pahokee to,Jup- 'moved from Pahokee to Stuart S Beach realtor, this week announc-
I. itervhere he.has been transferredas where he was transferred by I i ed his candidacy for re-electon to

an employee ,of the Florida the Florida, Power arid Light, Corn- the Palm Beach County Commission -

Power and Light Co. v pany. S I I at the Democratic Primary
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson had Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong election May 3rd.

f. as guests Mrs. 'Elsie-'Pozin of Omaha had as guests: Sunday their son I I I. Foster, who represents District

Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. William and daughter-in-law, Mr.: and Mrs. ___ : I One on the county board. was
: Koenig of Ayrshire Iowa ,and .Alvm Armstrong and children of among ..the first candidates /to
:Mrs. J. P. Jensen,of Fort Pierce., Hialeah. S qualify for the election this week.

Mrs.' Leona Rated will present S Mr. and Mrs. Homer Barnes Since serving as a member of
a study of Africa at the ,March spent Sunday visiting his ,brother the commission. Foster has takenan
r meeting of Nazarene Foreign :Missionary and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. active interest In industrial development -

*Society to be held, at the I T. Barnes, at Naples and his broth nad securing new industry -
I church"Wednesday,,with the president er-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. for Palm Beach County and
Mrs.-E H -Pitts, to preside. I G.Randolph, at Bonita Springs. in his announcement pointed out

> Mr., and* Mrs. j Maxwell Armstrong S Rey.: Charles D. Stewart. and that his interest in planning an orderly -
.will return. '.this weekend to (Rev. James Boyd attended the iIL growth for the county, has

theirvhomq. :Detroit, Mich.,after Florida Baptist Sunday School aided in establishment a ,county
a visit,- vlih y;. and Mrs. Charles Convention' hi'Orlando .Tuesday. zoning and building :codei; plat

Stringaff aTPCanal Point. I I .J...i" nd Mrs. Eddie 'Stanley and regulations which call for adequate
Mr. and- MracP.A. Williamsonhad i girls left ,Tuesday -for, California drainage and road construction: in
I, as.,guests Tuesday Mr. and i where he will receive orders for sub division developments 'and a
l Mrs. 'Ray Nash 'of:Windsor Locks,.' assignment In the States. Mrs. James A. Ball, Jr., of Belle Glade is District 3 Girl research department toaJd; in securing -
'Conn. the, season I' Scout Cookie Sales Chairman and she urges the many friendS
who/areuppending Joe Parker' returned to Cecil new industrjy, ; Palm
r of the Girl Scouts to participate in the ,cookie sale which is
at Lake Worth. I Field in Jacksonville Tuesday \ Beach County. ': ..4"
in
1 I progress. The cookie sale runs from March 5 through
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Mr.'andMrs. A Tillman had '
E.
after the weekend I March 19 Mrs. Ball said.,
I night spending The Chairman saidthe goal for the Foster pledged h1sn9ued sup-
as, guests' 'his' brother-in-law" and with his parents, Mr anF Mrs* J. Scouts is 61,000 boxes of the delicious creme-filled sand- acUItwhich
for he
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Vescusio i P. Parker. He, had been on an aircraft wich cookies-and they sell for 40c. The sale is being held in port these ,..
of Daytona Beach. and Mr. Ves- carrier, the Essex for seven the entire Palm Glades Girl Scout Council throughout the termed some of tJm: Import
cusI 's sister of:Syracuse,, N. Y.;1 months, stationed off the cOast, of county and your patronage of the cookie sale will be greatly I ant public improvemenGrsuch as
also ,andfrSIU: .Dermody'of appreciated.An .
| Italy and.Spain. extension of the county'soad. and
I Lake Gel' ev ?, : Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lindsay haveas highway system ,' -flood, ':control
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley TilLs and guests this week Mr. and Mrs., Communication measures, additional recreational.

son Frank, have returned from Foster Dykes of Pruden Tenn. Outgrowth of Research -- -- ..... _, and boating facilities thrbngh de
Bradentoir where they attended Mr. and Mrs.: Bill Connally and S Aided by Heart Fund Belle Glad'e::. Florida velopment state andcoUny park

funeral services for Mrs. Tillis'iSbrother. children of Coral Gables, were the February 20, 1960 lands and protection ,of .the county's -
Elbert ,Jaudon 64, wno weekend guests of :Mr. and MTSJJ. .5I Dear Editor: S waterways and ocean beaches.

died unexpectedly. Services' were*, S. Chastain and Mr. and Mrs. ( '- # These are the show tv winnings:of I I He added that jie will continue

held Monday.. I i Ray Singletary. They were accompanied m# J 3iq the 4-H members in the Everglades to lend his cooperation for such
.Mr. and Mrs. Ralph O. Johnson I home' by Mrs* E. C. Con- .S area at the S.tate Dairy Show heldin I I important matters '*aa adequate
had as guests the first of, the! week nally who had been the guest of conjunction with the Central support for the county health and

his, mother, Mrs. J. 0. Johnson. of her daughters, Mrs. Chastain and 4 *- Florida Fair in Orlando: I'I welfare department; public! health: '
,Lakeland; his aunts Mrs. Fred Mrs. Singletary for several,weeks. / ) Teddy McCall, of Canal Point service and further development of
Caison ,and Mrs. P,. S, Carr, and
Rev. and Mrs. Charles Stewart won .a blue ribbon on his registered I the county's agricultural and cat
;t \ Mrs. c Il.sdau8hte, : and.grand- had as guests last week Mr. and k' Ayrshire calf and a red ribbon on tIe Industries j#_ *>H* S
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;*on*, all: of Clinton. N. C,, Mrs. Otis Smith and their1 daughter his registered Ayrshire cow.* i: "Our county must continue todpow
>. : :Mrs. Ceo Nelson,and:son, Johnny : Norma from' Yalesville," Conn. S Lynn Nicely of'Paholjteer: won a and progress," Foster said I
will returnS this weekend to Rev. Stewart was their Pastor : ";':::-. S red ribbon on his registered Hol- *$ut this growth must be planned i

their _.home at, Lake City, Tenn., 35 years ago.. and this was the stein heifer. and timed to fit Our economic pattern j

af spending the.season, with her first time they had seen'each other Bonnie Jean Anderson, Belle and not carried,out at the expense .
.brother,and: sister-in-law, ,:Mr. and f9r this period of time. Glade won a white ribbon on her of the public through Increased -

:: .:Mrs: J6hnRidenour.:' ; ,,and,family at John and Jim Harris of West _ 'registered Brown Swiss- heifer, I taxation. Sound ecenomy

Canal Poin.t.Mr. Palm Beach are house guests of John B. Evans of Bean City, in government is the. first' trust' of
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and Mrs Jack,Wilson had as their Mr. and Mrs.D. official ": "'
; grandparents, won a blue ribbon:on his registered every public
t guests the first of the week Mr. L. Hooks. at Canal Point while NEW ART-LUNG MA- Brown Swiss cow and she was also Foster is an active community
I their mother, Mrs. Robert Harris ''CHINE,4evclope&wlth reserve Grand Jot _the and civic leader and holds,membership .
1 and Mrs. Wmbbar44fCLt: the.sup.port' Champion 5.4..
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t F. *a -*' "' "* ar.rnd-frs: Gibb aIi.d':.uncle, ;1't.. .., Bass of', ;Belle of Heart Fond dollars, is, State Show. :, .: ;:in a uumDer oorg ilStIons
vffle: Ind.; la.de. are visiting her brother and displayed by Dr..Robert E.' R bum K. Price S including the. American Legion,
;: Lefler,, Mr., .and. Mrs. Bill Lefler, siste -in-Iaw. Mr.; and Mrs. Stanley Gross 'of' Children's Hospital, Ass't County. Agricul- Veterans of Foreign Wars, Forty Set
Howard Harris and Boston, a pioneer in modern
; :Mr. and Mrs. Guaro Cuba. Flotilla Club West Palm
Hooks and family at tural Agent Eight ,
heart surgery. The device requires
?\ daughters. Mrs. Addie Lefler Miss Mr. and Mrs. Abe Dobrow had much less blood for priming .. Beach Fishing Club, Elks Lodge; ,
:ft- Mae Westmorland, :and George' as a guest their cousin Miss Helen purposes than older models' Kiwanis Club, A director; J)! palm
c: : Smith all, of Pompano Beach Fettman Perth Amboy, N. J. and doubles the number of heart Four Circles In Beach County's Polio. Foundation
k:7 Miss Judy' Buchanan who recently Mr and Mrs.,R.W. Schroder and operations a surgeon can per- Separate MeetingsThe and Is past prcideztof.the4Vest!
form in. The Heart i
"t ,:: received a diploma from the one -day.
Realtors.
daughter, Tanya of Hypoluxo Fond campaign will reach its Palm Beach Board of
\.. Charron-Williams Commercial College visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. climax with a nationwide residential fovlr Pahokee i He is a naember of the Masonic
circles of the
Miami, is now employed in collection Heart Son- I Harmonia -138 -
Robert J. Schroder, in Pahokee on Order Lodge :
r the office of the Pahokee Drainage day, February BaptistVoman's Missionary Society : Scottish Rites, Cfommandary,. the
Sunday. .
will hold separate meetingsat
[ District, at Canal Point. Emmett. O. Murphy, former Pa the homes members Tuesday.I Maui Shrine,Temple and the Palm.
hokee resident now living at Hialeah Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. BOat- Beach County Sh.rin$ Club.A .:
t Betty Mills Circle will meet at the
in Paho have her member of'the T fsi Pr .sb:1-
r spent the weekend wright as.a guest gister home of Mrs. F. H. Poteete, 9:30 a. :
kee visiting his son and daughter-1 Mrs. Una Peebles of Sava&nai. m.; Lottie Moon Circle, at the terian Church, 11rcwt; 'Si".. : Palm.:
: : in-law. Mr,..and Mrs. Beach, he resides ilte'Virginla -
.
S.k Ga.Mr. home of Mrs,, Marvin Crady, 3 i "
,and family, and his brotherinlawand : I and Mrs,M. P. Stanlejrwere p. m.; Grace Jernigan Circle, :it and daughter"j,Stfsah,.: t $!njjjorthFlagler
.l- sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. R. business'visitors',in Miami Monday. Drive. rT ,
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1S the tome of Mrs. R. S. Douthit 7 _"" .., -. 00',,< .
,Schroder.. I those from this area.who '
J, I Among p..ni.and i Fay Taylor Circle at the
S :Mr. and Mrs., J. H. Bordeaux I attended'the matinee at the Royal home of Mrs. Joel ,Brown, Z p.* n. Junior Cattkmea a I
their home in Can Poinciana Wednesdayof I
have been ill,at Playhouse -
t .: al )?olnt with the flu. Mr. Bordeaux -: last week were Mrs. L. W. Armstrong S To Meet. Match S"S
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.. .5 was able to return. to work i Mrs.' 0. R. Bleech, Mrs. National Guard S --
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this week.Bandxnasterv. I Don HUller, :Mrs. H..M. McIntosh, Seeking Recruits The March meeting ff the Junior
S Robert O. Lampi's. Mrs..W. S. Evans; Mrs.. C. L. Shirley : Cattlemen's> A3ssocatfbfl wltf be

1.t 1. .: : P h k eJIfg1i"S '".. .l..." 'J t. ,frs.jMjjPta, & ey0Mrs,4lLest- 'ST."XUqINE-4fajor: Genralj :'held'at The Glades'Office' BuiMingr S
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730 Tuesd4? night-; :Ii 1i8th.hogra'h
among:I tthe tbaSeminole. ll- nfm1a1I er Hand OOd..1fn mlp.y.HiW r! M rk w. Lance has announcesdjthata ;
-1't "CjQeet3
t. will In'If.t.ii
'ofw be
nJ. viDer JJI yr : t
(% .. C\\rma I $ recent _rjpaign .
wm
'I: S S S S We4pa9m951 ..ill tMst i1Ht t]{ f Sih1lW' by
S S : producfd.417ments
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3bf 4'C\ r ; 'c&ainei lMi14'Ilus.baMy : -
jj t.V... J '!Iu. ,- -m.w-T' homefG.1rs..JjV,2q : 9r. Jcm rpx .N-
r ; spent t nijfhtIn":.lieu iof tb.e last > i beP3rtment:17: -. S
r FriSj, J Thursday .! .
I i Guard,unij ,, .,
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ho ii.1q T endeo -
weekend in"'Tampa visaing her regular meetingmembers, a r .Lance said .ttyef&mP which :Jntl'StaUoiC
son..Lynn and Vernon Klarbee"and the show at;; the Royal Poin- began J&11 and ended Feb. 22,
:.:. 1 ItY.: families.:They were ,accompaniedby ciana Playhouse In Palm Beach, was conducted to bring the nationwide Miami Boat Show"/:/

t N Mrs., W.: M. DuBose who was with Mrs. Don Zaccagnino in strength of the Army National Breaks Records S

ceatmda1 the guest there of Mr. and Mrs. charge tof arrangements.- .... Guard to 400,000 officers .. .S 'A'
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MrsF.. M. Shaughnessy. S
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authorized Congress.The
and men by
._ !I8 frB tJ Mr. and Mrs Tony J. Young- MBS. SHIELDS HONOREDMrs. Florida adjutant generalsaid MLUII; A record! shattering

lL18f blood have moved into the Suns Marty Carstens who was he believed the Florida Nat throng of 34,000 jammed the'Din

residence on East Main Street recently accompanied home from a two- tonal Guard is 'leading all states ner Key Auditorium recently for
1.- vacated by FHP Trooperand months' visit in Seattle, Wash.* by in its percentage of new recruits the 19th annual Miami International -
Mrs. J. S. Foster and family, her sister :Mrs. William Shields during the campaign. 'Boat Show. Parking space
1AQEp who "have moved into the Barnes entertained at her home with a -- .. was at a minimum as South' Floridians -
residence on Annona Avenue. luncheon honoring 'Mrs. Shields. converged on the spectacular -

-tt&2niAcflmAD41SS1ON ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hatton Guests were Mrs. Helen Schroder Netters Lose To show.

2ScI had as guests Sunday Mr. and_Mrs. Mrs. Nola Smith and Mrs.. Arch Stuart SquadAn The value of the boats and equip-
Hersel Armstrong Miami and Blakey. -. ment in the show was estimated at

., : :Mrs. Armstrong's mother, Mrs. J. -_ outmanned Pahokee team almost $4-millIon Among the
Sutton of Alabama ANDERSON CHASTAIN found out Stuart was ready to go, crafts on display by 257 exhibitorswere
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cline of Arcadia BETTER AFTEK ATTACK and they did tearing up Pahokee's boats made in Hong Kong,

: S announce the birth of a Anderson Chastain, prominent defense for 96 points and holdingthe Japan. Canada, England, France
daughter ,Jo Ellen Feb. .6. MrS. Canal Point grower suffered a devils to 67. Lamar Howard I and Holland as. well as the United

\ i'" Cline] is the former Donna Jo severe heart attack Wednesday hit 24 for Stuart and Alvy Early States. S S

,.' ft..t.. Spooner of Pahoke.e Mr. and Mrs. I afternoon while, at the fa.rm northof i 21 for the losers. A return game Also featured was a marine art .

17'- Stewart Spooner of Fort Myers here. He is recuperating at is scheduled for 8:00' Saturday In exhibition of more than 200 paint-

.. .... >. .. are:the maternal grandparents ani Good Sama.ritanhospltal where,attendants the PHS gym.A much better game ings. A sailboat patio was another
: "'- ->< ', Mrs. J. B. Spooner of Pahokee I say he is getting along is I is anticipated in this' gym with the feature with 6,000 square feet devoted ,

.t."J.tvnE- -;' .great,grandmother. well as can be1expecte& full team on hand. to sailing craft. \


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f.! r: ...PUT RELATIVES G STRUCTIVE }
MICROSCOPIC FUNGI CAUSE PLANT
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l Baptist Church Canal Point-Florida Group Of Canal PointHow -' 4 .. w.FR/EADAWDFX'OFMi411I_ A.fr .

Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Pastor
Robert A. Shelley, .
the of God brings
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power
SUNDAY: :./55T1MAiEs ,
SUNDAY: man protection and strength will AYGl1CATL 'OAPPIED ;
i 9:45 a. ra.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-church School IQa 000 AFFERENT.XACTURE APPLES 4 i'
be out in the LessonSermon -
11:00 a, m. Morning Worship ll:0pa.: m.-Morning Worship% brought SPEC/E5 OFWGL.. CAUSE?B,?FUNGUS, '
entitled "Man"" which will be
FlI ANNOT -
.6:3O"p, .. mr Training Union. 6:30'p.: m.=Youth Fellowship read at Christian Scence'services FOOD THeM- 5.- '
t 7:30 p, m.-Evening, Worship 7:30,p. m. Evening Worship this 'Sunday. SELVES SO MUSTfEEPOf _

WEDNESDAY; ., MONDAY ;. / LIVING 'THINGS.RJlmNATaY
t':" ; The spiritual relationship of Godand .HARMERS ,,
,7:30 p.. .-Prayer Meeting. 3:15'p.mouth Choir practice .
! .- the man of His creating will NOW HAve THE. TEAME0UP -
", i* TUESDAY: -, '* POWER OP MODERN
in the
emphasized' Scriptural
Holy Nativity ; 8:00"p. m' : AVoman'a SocietylHtTuesday 'readings: which includes.this-versa: AGRICULTURAL CHfAU-,, S
; I CAtS TOFtGHTPCSTKJC.TjfV8 -
Church r .:, :*!The Lord is< my light and my FUNGI.
Episcopal ;
l. '2nd :..
2QNDAX:.. w .
' = salvation; whom shall I feats? the : 'f' ....
. Pahokee 7:30; ;'inr Esther' Class'meetn' .. -. **" Lord.is the. strength of.my'life; of
WEDNESDAY; t
; ,1" \ whom shall.I be afraid?" (Psalms
i" i )I.'WendeD.Ha1nlln, Vicar 7:30 p in.Prayer. Meeting. 27:1), ';;; 1l8rcgfLEGeAMAi
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SUNDAY: i -

10 a. m.-Sunday-school. First 'Baptist Among the correlative passagesto SCIENTISTS, SHOWS ONE fVX&Ct&I1ti51'RY... \ ,
11 Service .j ; be read from "Science and; HARMFUL -
a. m. Worship 6f'OrfJtN; CONTROLS CfSEAS&riT t' _
.. Church PahofeeeRev. Health with Key to the Scriptures"by vAPJ'U'3.' L ACh'E'S.FL RSAND 4 QQ ;
Mary Baker Eddy is the follow- :' ASQ SPREADS AMPSTtCteS TO'PLANT
First Methodist wRa 4c s;ir/u5 TEAMZP MTH COMPATtSLE
James E. Boyd pastor ing: "Nothing but the power of I l! PT1CPeS/N THE SAME SPRAYM/XJLU

Church, Pahokee CUNDAY SERVICES: ,.:. Truth can prevent the fear of error 6 l.'ODIN HE'tS P/OYI/7E P i 2 0 l L CT 1'G VwAsruh

,- 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School and prove.man's. dominion over I ,4+aeED/s 4SES"; -

1 Rev. Clare 'S. Hall 11:00a. m. -. Morning Worship error" (380:19)). AAAL50/tiIP YL vWSECrQwTRgt,,

. SUNDAY: 6:45 p. m.-Training Union The Golden Text is from Gen- I ,
8:00 esis (1:27): : "'"God created man in I" -
m.--Church School p. m-:-Evening Worship
9:45 a. ------------------------- ---- - - - - - -
4 ,WEDNESDAY his own image, in the image of
11:00 a. m.Morning Worship :
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'. .. 6:45 p. m.-MYP r:;: 8:00 p. m.-Prayer. Meeting.; God created_ he him." Banquet For BoyS Local Pilot Gets
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.( .7:45 p. EveningWorship=, ut AnniversaryPahokee Highest Award

A''. TUESDAY: "' The: Church ,Of God WSCS Group Has

i i 7:00 'p. m. Vesper Choir pracWEDNESDAY -- Cub Scout Pack 623 i' The designation ""Expert Fight'iPUot.
Of Prophecy Pahokee Two New Members
:: tce
celebrated, the 50th anniversary of "
the
awarded
I .er highest by
:; I __. -
: I
: I the of Scouting in?
founding Boy
7:45 p.! m.-MId'-mek"cfevoUom: : Canal Point' Road lire. Walter Kautz and Mrs. Lee I America: at a "Blue and Gold" banquet -j;Air,Defense Command;was achieved

r. -8:30 p., .Senior' Choir pracCanaLPoint John H. KInard, pastor j Kahle were received as new members -I held in'e Community build recently by Capt. Clarence B%
tic.. School of the Canal Point Methodist' .of Mrs. Evie LH
I 10:00 a. zn.-Sunday ing at Canal Point with den mothers Longford son
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service .Society: Christian Ser- acting, as hostesses. Each: den ,Keen, Canal Point.
: :1 vice'of the March;meeting held at- ', Presentation of the designationwas
t." First.: 7:45.:. P. Evangelistic Service was m charge of the,decorations at
''. 8:00 m. Tuesday-V. L. B. the home of Mrs. O. H. Sheppard the floral made by Brig. Gen. Ernest H
'iy ,. p. its! own table, including
; Baptist Church, 8:00 p. m. Thursday W.'ML B, Tuesday tight.Mrs., C. L. Stuart center piece, favors and place. Beverly, commander of the Wash-.*
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t', } -" Everyone welcome. Special music was in charge of the ceremony cards. I,t thgton Air Defense 'Sector.Fotm'ezly .
, Elder R,Barflelo and s1ngin "wtteonAng them. taio the m mbI Den Four received the attendance ; '. sta-Uctxed tX Ladd, Alt

SUNDAY' :' -- ship 'voted: flag for the month and Den I F'orce_.Base, Alaska Captain Langffprd :
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School:.v
The.. group to contribute for the i is J10W'assigned as a pilot
Three, the plaque earning
11:00 a. m.-Morning' Worship. Church: :Of God, I funds,for the'fuinishing of the living most awards. with the 48th Fighter Interceptor

l'-'-1:00 8:00 p. m.-B.-.Evening'T.,C. WorshipWEDNDESDAY ::ri Ba ield Highway room and the Florida room of .Individual awards in the 'fcVniof. 'I ; Squadron at Langley, Air Force .

a p. m. the new parsonage now under con- arrows or pins were presented Base, Va. The 48th is equipped
: r9i8 : struction.,Plans were made to senda : with the Convair supersonic, delta
:* 1:30'p.. m.Midweek Prayer I IS' A. M. Sunday School by ,Cubmaster J. L. Tyson, Jr., to .
S rvfce' ll:00jfu M.:; +CorHfng::Warsaip delegation headed by the president Mike Elllo 't, Bruce Myers aid Winged, F-102 .
; ,.:. rs. W. EFBTackwell, to theWSCS t"\ Capt. Langford is married theformer '
. 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS 17:00 P. M.::L. WX w B. Far- Denny Deriton'Den One; James
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district meeting at Melbourne and
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::,. 7:30 LfedIes,Auxiliary \ _' nonage) Mills, Jimmie Wilson Eugene Miss Patsy Geiger
.... p.m.Meeting. 7:30'P. M.-Evening Worship Friday, March'18. 1$ was Reed, Den Two; Larry. Story;i. they have four ..childrne.Surprise .

. HUU. ".".. 7:30 P. 11.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting announced members will attend as Lynn Usher. ,Barry Ranior and .i -,'. _. -
v 'the annual World Day 'of
a group ForMrs
Steve WilkinsonDen:Three. Party
ThePahokee Church which will be con- i. .. ,
service
Prayer _
[. 7:30 P. J.L BWday Children's
Church dqcted} by the Pahokee High School ; Annie Teague

:. te.The: :Nazarene :. ::73o P2PrIdayZTPLSt. ---.' '! fiemiorcClass in ,-ihexschool .audi; ",..;; 4"'" . .. ,... ... '-- _. I
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.' '. .'. .yi.jBaconi/PointfRoad: ... -4. -torram later'this month.'s: : t1i). orrQug. IfFlowers Mr. and Mrs. L G. Thompson I

charley F. Crauswell, Pastor* Mary's Catholic Mrs.' W. E.:. Johnson 'presentedthe' ExplainedMrs t 'entertained at their home with
Phone 7528 P.;O. Box 882 dev tionlt 'program, "How, surprise party honoring Mrs. Annie

SUNDAY SERVICES; Church 'r9taf s.llY Stewardship" She was Teague of Hickory.Ridge Ark I

':. 9:45 a.',in.-Sunday] School; assisted by Mrs. W. K. Buchananwho : Jess M. --Elliott, member cf: who with Mr. Teague is spendingthe

\ .' 11:00 a. m-:Sunday :Worship. Father. David. Cronin spoke on "Stewardship of Pos the. Pahokee .Garden Club,,demonstrated season in Pahokee, the occasion

1, 6:30 p. m.-JimlOrl. SUNDAY MASSES t sessions." the technique of designingand being her 58th birthday ,an

.. 7:00 p. ra.7T-Sunday'Evening First two masses. of the month i .i growing'indoor-flower gardens niversary. Other out-of-town '.

'. Evangelistic Service. 1100. .at':.the meeting'of the Sod Busters. guests were Mr. and Mrs. William;
WEDNESDAY: ,Other Sundays. .at 7:30. Joiiit Meeting: To Garden 'Circle at the'home of Mrs. Pribbeno,of Enders, Ne.br- .Mr. and .

/4 7:30 p,, m.Midweek Prayer -' 4St- -" Raise Funds Harold Wilkinson,'with Mrs.. Edgar Mrs. Joy Cullison of Cash Arl,

meeting. JPeter Lutheran :Wilder, chairman, presiding rMrs and Mr. and Mrs. C. Crane of

i ;Where you jtrapja: ,.stranger but -, Howaird 'Hoknan was in charge of Minnesota .
weekly _
Canal Point Lions at the
, '" Church Belle Glade I '
; t, : prograiiijarrangements.'It was announced .1>4
'I' dinner meeting' voted to invite of-
: -i .. 'the next meeting of the '.H. W Strickland of Atlanta,
;. Erwin Baumgartaex i. Pastor ficers of the Canal,Point Garden
wswl ,LiStings For circle will be at the home of Mrs.: Georgia was the weekend guest. of
601 W Lake Rd. Belle Glade Club.to,be.guests.of the_club at; the 1. .
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1'I Hugh Branch, Mar. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rardin.
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Paily: :Deyqtipns SUNDAY: / March, 7th meeting, ,at which !time ;j'it' I
Divine Services 11 X,2L I final plans ;Win be made to raise I
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'School.D5 "' of' '
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J. 'L:Listed below,'thcTschedule_ for ; A. M.'.. ;, funds through' the sale electric t. t

. Broadcast ; ,, light,. lbs.-e. joinjprpject: of the I
the batty Devotion .,over, 111& "?1U. : :" ,T.e: .
Radio'Station WSWN- _ending. May Mission Study*Is* 41' I two: ''jcluhsk'The money red elved, !jnsales I f

\ 13.,i960. t.i -1 : J campaign J will be:used for4thelandseitpiaig :
*-March Rev.-. 41 : P1 sii At1Jhurch and peauuncaitoi'ot .
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i .1Y '<<0 \., ". ; *Yf *> **** ** & ,
lr Assembly of. God,. Belle Glade, ;i the 1narrowItriangular 'strip ,of
, March 14-18, Rev. E. E. Archer, A mission study on Africa for ground of ground between the old mm > 11

',. Baptist Belle'Glade. _, *"' '}! the, children of the. Canal Point ground ,between the aid and new j J f ILL fTf/rim m*
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Methodist Church is held at east of town.'
:_ March .21-25,. Rev, 'KennethPrice being highways
,; Nazarene, Belle'"Glade. the. church every'ThursdaY afternoon Upon the recommendation of A,

:March 28-Aprf' 'First Baptist. for the next few weeks. At R. Harrington.*sight'conservation

Church, Belle Glade. present the children are working chairman the club vbted to purchase O\VNED AND OPERATED BY,JVIOKE THAN' I
'the building of a miniature,African corrective: lenses complete
on
: _April 4-8 Rev. Lee W. _Rustin. 120 FLORIDA CA'I'TLE31EN.y". _
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Methodist, Belle Glade. a new'frame.- a
April 11-15,''Rev.:Edward Strainer familiar With. the customs .of the defective vision at the Canal Point WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF

Baptist Belle Glade. natives. The study is. being .sponsored School. 1 CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES 'I

f' >pril '18-22. Rev. John Petrle by the Woman's Society )f .
ADVERTISE PARTICIPATION
COMPETITIVE BUYER -
; Episcopal, Clewiston. Christian Service under the direction :TO RETURN HOME FOB .

ARI125.29, ,Dr. Leighton Scott of ){rs. E. F. Hollon, WSCS I;I' Gordon Hoyle, who, has been AND..l\IAIr-'TAN'OPE.'i' COMPETITIVE .

Presbyterian, Belle Glade. secretary of children's 'work. Assisting J serving as a specialist in transpor- MARKET WHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH .

.May 2-8.'Rev. James Boyd. Baptist Mrs.Kollon are:Mrs. Elmer tation with the U. S. Army of Oc CONFIDENCE S

,:'Pah kee. Maxson. Mrs.. W. .E. Blackwell cupation in West Germany for the ,
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: May 9-13, Rev.. August Koerber, Mrs. Ida Blanchard and MrsRo- past 18 months, is expected to return Glades Livestock Market Ass'n : k
Lutheran Belle Glade. land Kahle. to the States this month and
will visit his parents Mr. and Mrs.
PAHOKEE-BELLE ROAD ... .
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''Mrs W.:J. White and son, Bobby, Mr. and Mrs.: .Charles Kennen of Lester Hoyle in Canal Point ,following
visited her son and daughterinlaw Greenacres were guests here Sun- his release from the Army. PHONE WY 6-563S' GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGER i
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Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Corbett, day of her brother and sister-in

at'Loreda and.her,,,son, B. F.., Cor- law, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Murphy, Miss Debbie Davenport of Tam- SALESRY MONDAY AT 1 p. nu ".

,bett, and family,at; West Palm I and uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. pa is the guest of her grandparents ,.' .,. L.__ _. .

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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point FIori a" Friday March 4, 1960

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March. ..ITDate' .', Set- j Awards Given To-, I[Food Servers In I Girl Scout Troop .

County-Wide MeetThe Invited To ParadePahokee -
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"to strengthen America's future corn field. Mr. Hundley had given
leadership by giving thousands the boys permission to gather seconds Palm Beach County School Girl Scout Troop 38 at

more boys the benefits of Scout free of charge. After'gather Food Service Association, an or- the weekly meeting in Dr. E. C..

training." A former scoutmasterwith ing the corn they returned to town ganization of school lunch room Johnson's Clinic building Wednes-

the rank* of Eagle Scout, he where they sold it,for 25c a Scout personnel, was held Saturday Feb- day night accepted an invitation .
launched the campaign to reach. f dozen of fourteen ears.. The boys ruary 27th from ten o'clock to one from the Miami
Academyto
this goal as a tribute to the Boy. -4 1 :voted to use the proceeds of $32.00 P. M. at the Golfview Junior High review the dress Military parade to beheld

Scouts of America as they celebrate for their .annual Scout,, Social School Lunch Room. Mrs. Pearl
t.SHERIFF .. by MMA cadets Sunday In ,
,the '50th anniversary of thefoundfrig which will be chaperoned by Mrs. Birdsong, president, presided. At honor of Girl Scout Week. The

'of'BSA this year. I Roy' Vandegrift, Jr. and' Mrs. the conclusion of the business ses- Scouts will assemble at the clinicat I'
This is the second time in its his-; Wheeler Ludlam. The date of so- sion, The Florida Power and Com-
1:15, leave for.Miami with their I
tory that the Pahokee Elks Lodge cial Will be 'announced later.A pany gave a "Live Better Electrically" leaders, Mrs. E. C. Johnson and !
has been honored the visit of demonstration using the
by survival camping trip win oe Mrs. Fern Frank at 1:30, and plan
a grand exalted'ruler. On the steer- held this weekend at Fish Eating Hot Point equipment. They pre- to return home around 8:30 m., i
committee '< pared and served the lunch to the p.
ing' in of mak-
charge creek. If you've never been on a according to, Elaine Salvatore, I

ing arrangements for Mr. Hawk- scout survival camping trip you'd group. troop reporter!-*-"fi
ins' visit are O. R. Bleech, Leon probably like to know about it. ,Mrs. Hatfield and Mrs. Spiresof Some of the techniques learnedin
and F- S. (Dick) Canal Point :Mrs.Ryall and Mrs.
Spooner Mayor You are allowed to take ten foot the American Red Cross first

Parrish. of fishing line a book your choice Agner of'' Pahokee Lunch Room aid course which troop membersare

JOHN- F. KIRK of one, hatchet,.'sheath"knife, pocked attended the meeting. The next taking were,.discussed pt the
PLEDGE SERVICE meeting will be held in the Canal
knife and the clothes on your meeting and the makJngPhf, ban-
The.OmlcronChapter of the back. There la of course emergency Point School Lunch Room, April30th. dages was practisedTRoberta

Sigma Eta, Fine Arts Sororityeonducted Sheriff KirkAsksReelection rations pn the trip in'the event any 1 Frank taught the group new songsto I
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.a.pledge service at .the scout feels It is necessary,to break be sung at the..Girl Scout spring
home of,Mrs. W. A. Adams last survival but if a boy is skilled in Miss'Barbara :McNamara has returned camporee.

week Mrs. C. T. Santee of 'Canal To Job scout craft he .win, have not trou- 'to her home at Haverhill,I II .. ..

Point,. president, presided at the' ble. This type camping trip is planned I Mass.:., after a visit with friends Li Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Powell haveas

meeting and;Mrs. Frank Anderson to teach boys to live off the Pahokee. She is a former member guests their daughter, Mrs. -

of 'Belle Glade-was in charge of I fourth John term F. Kirk as,' Sheriff now serving of Palm his land in an emergency also to relyon of the Pahokee High School fac- Robert. Lucas, and son of Fort Lee,

the service.iNOTICE. themselves and,make their own ulty. Va.
., '- '\ Beach County, today announced decisions. I I
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his candidacy for re-election in ,
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., ]INTENTION Reported by Wayne
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TO', E- $ FICTITIOUS NAME the forthcoming' primary Ludlam. 111111111 I : II 1 H f II11111I H III II I11I1I11111II r.
Public'notice"to hereby given, of the I May 3rd. ,. --- .... .... .
Intention of the undersigned register Sheriff Kirk, born in DalUs
with..the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Tillis THEATRES
Piro' Beach Fioridadsta pursuant Countyr Missouri, November 30th, Low Bidder -
to'sectioa>w$ ,
fictitious On Arts
1941. the rfcame, to-wit: WorkshopThe
BKQAPrWAYAAUTp i 1928. He was appointed a mem- : I II P R I N C JS
:: I LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
under Irtftch;\ am doing business.At ber of the Pahokee Police force the ,
2401 BrofcGtjfa y.> JWeat_ ,: ,.Palm Beach. bid,of Wiley Tillis, Pahokee
FloPi.o.lI.C, OC 'pe 4S GHT"-l. McQARY same year and has been active !n I contractor, ,. to .):>ulld'anew- indust- ..x .. Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

P\ib IitA: { dart;j,,it.l,Y8_ 2S,.i960 ? law enforcement since. rial arts workshop on the Pahokee _. -.. .\ -
: In 1929, Kirk was appointed con-
J High School at a '-cost of
campus 2 WO FEATURES -
se8tea: ?91'-.JJmS stable of the 7th district and held $37,392.84 has been ..
: : gpoeasctor electrical alteraUona1tor thfs accepted by SUNDAY, -MONDAY-TUESDAY
until .he
position resigned to SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUffiDAY'
additional room air conditioning the County .Board of Public Instruction
units :at:)!+verglades Memorial ,accept the job of chief of police,in according to Thurmond MARCH 6-7-8
Hoepha.f''W1U.'received by the Northwestern Belle Glade. He elected MARCH 6-7-8
was constable "
[ Palm Beach PublicBospitaroartr W. Knight of Lake Park, a mem-
/ ; County diStrict'that Ine Defiant Ones
of the 8th ;
'at''the. Everglades Me- year.Sheriff ber of the board. At, thesame'time -
morlaJ(7los<ai-( rlda. corporation Kirk served as deputy the board accepted an alternate "HER Ct s
1749 East Main Street Pahokee. Florida Meritt- and constable until 1944 ; TONY CURTIS AND ;
until 8:00;P. M .(E., S. T.), March 21. bid for moving:,the portable build- SIDNEY POUTER I
1067.; at which 't(me and place all bids when he successfully ran for Sheriff -> ing used in the:past as an Industrial :. :STEVE REEVES AND I t
win be1 pubUcly'ppened and read"aloud. of Palm Beach County, .taking arts .. .. ,
workshop. from the high ;SYLVIA KOSCINA -
,Bids, 'received! afUf said time will be '' ,
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office January 2nd, 1945. He, has .
returned, unopened school campus to the East Lake : ily". .THE BADGE OF ,
Copies of the, specifications and other: been re-elected every 4: years since:I School grounds:at a cost of $2,- 1 < :: (IN COLOR) MARSHALL BRENNAN"
contract documents are on file and are Sheriff Kirk is married and resides 829.51. : : : ._
available for public Inspection at the I I..t 111,1111 t tIll J't I J I J I r I
office of the Evenrlades Memorial Hos 'at 428 29th St., West Palm '" I. ,111..1 : I t 11111111) S.
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pital.' 1749 East Main Street.. Pahokee '' '_
Beach, with .his wife and three ....-- u
Florida' and a copy thereof maybe ob .
tained upon a deposit of $10.00. return?, children. His son John Jr., resides \ .: -:. .
able upon surrender at the above officeto in: Lake Osborne Estates and :'
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the hospital! Administrator of the 'L '
copy of the plans In good condition at serves as chief deputy. Sheriff \..
any time within 15 days following the -' ,
Kirk 4s a,member of the" North- ,
date of opening of bids. ._
Q._ h&rabtertahd amount of'security to Wood Baptist Church, the Masonic: .." ,
furnished by each bidder are stated t."fi"i
Eastern Lake Worth
InHne above'mentioned documents. No Lodge, Star .. EVENT "i-
bid' may ,'be withdrawn with 30 days .Consistory, Mahi Temple, Abu FOR 1 F a. TIa FikOe Tedar Sadie ::
from, the scheduled closing time forT Shrine Club. United Commercial Ii'
erof of"btdsv-The Northwestern PalmBeacti''oountyApabllc
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Hospital Board Travelers,. Chamber of Commerceand I .., t' ,.fl.,,.
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-reserves1 theirightcto reject any or all
the Elks Club. 10
blAts: and.;to waive any Irregularities .
"t.heretn.-I'he: principal? features of the In announcing his'candidacy for

contract are; 'office!, .
his fifth term in Sheriff '
The fjwttUsblng'bf' 'all materials'andiwbabameces4aryU .
,', : 'Install additional ,Kirk,stated "I am -sponsoring .no .
-.4' hospital:.electrical service, and' the ,
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other.candidate for .
'Installation of'outside service and anycity: :county

the installation of additional elect- or state post, but pledjfe,myself :
trtcal outlets throughout the bos1 i II'
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pltaL TBldBshallbt and my staff to continue. to give ,
,Addressed' to the Northwestern complete enforcement of all laws SAVE IJPt TO $124*-ON AMERICA'SSAVINGEST _

Hospital,,.:.Palm Boarar)749,-Beach,East County Main Street Public of the state with ,a modern, well- : SIX-PASSENGER CAR-THE FALCON!" KI

Pahokee..Florida' and plainly marked trained, courteous' and efficient I; ...',.,.:..--. .. :; The Falcon's priced up to $124 less than other [
1 ot Electrical Installation -
"Proposals wiring
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on the onthlde of the envelope. agency, growing with Palm Beach \ 6-passenger compact can, gets \ip to 30 miles per,,. I. t
-- .NORTHWESTERN PALM BEACH County, as we have from an orig- 1'." r gallon *!'. 4,000 miles between oil! changes. Cuts costs ."

.' Bt' couNry nerkf lii..IJ PUBLIC HOSPITAL- inalstaff of eight to our present j' COME i .on tires parts, up to 15% on insurance!.Compare w

J \:1-U i'Y Dufrense, force of 87 men and women, Including { Falcon luggage space, quality, performance! .
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UlI; uator. .', i .51.15 w...., ......suetie.t.u5..erit.
f. :
jlQ! ,, a modern highway patrol,
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bn!'+ S r"4 Tebrdarf.28 and March ( ,
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NOTICE'* 'NAME UNDER'LAW FICTITIOUS a fine identification and ....,0:;t "

the-;Public.cjK&tloe tmdereQmtfdilntend is hereby to register given with that fingerprint bureau,. .an efficient P.c .,:;. SAfhe 4BUDLE.

the ClerK,16 ":tbs Circuit Court of Palm civil staff, 'a 'fine modern radio ..
BeachCountyFlorlda.: In compliance .
communication with
J system, countywide -
" I ?'I'' ,. with; Section 865.,09.:Florida Statutesof
';L i''Mi'} *. *..t93Z.T.thep,netltlou fade nameirf 'coverage; which 'gives "
,. .INDIAN ?MOUND -1ftfIRSER1uer Palm Beach County 'oJfe 'o f the
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'151l1ch.'wl&r o engaged in. business at ; rMi RDRP EcOpJ0WIY j1jVS 1.--
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1,.i..'930:NOr11 te e t J.;,glorideA.cAItCLLYNNG rOUNTAfcf- state of Fjorida.' "intend.to: see .

[ fc t .... 1'W. C. CAPEL! C., 'l* that.it continues.togrow with the ; -. : ..'.,' economy choice of a Kfyfm&lTh ,
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, !Mt II M t. :' ..-. .'AttorneyltlSt'AppUcant Thactwhldden" fp county and, continues to give,the ;#: '-.:.,. : '1''''''''' .

"-. :"P.1'-Q.Bor-: : _, finest and most! courteous serviceto
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'.Pahokee. Florida *vTabllshl all the citizens of the county at 'CA1rTMA?
Feb.,28. March 4. 11.18, I960.t ?
all hours of the day and night. falrlane MAKES fT '
t' '; .NOTICE OF INTENTION .. 500 Dub Sedia :i l i FOOU51t rTO
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PAY NOREI
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TO FICTITIOUS
NAME Pahokee Lions Hear .,..

Notice is hereby given that the James. W. Eberly ; it'

undersigned; under the provisions > ,- ,Y
of Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, The Rev. James W. Eberly, who ,
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... a .,the" Clerk of the' Circuit Court, in rant families at the Pahokee Camp

and for Palm Beach County, Florida for white agricultural workers

upon receipt of proof of Publication was guest speaker at the Tuesday F.D.A.F..
of this notice, the* fictitious luncheon meeting of the Pahokee HERE'S WHY THE TOTALLY NEW FAIRLANE -

name, to-wit: Lions Club; Introduced by' .James 500 IS THE VALUE LEADER OF THE YEAR!

YATES &ELLIOTT ORGANIQ Usher,_program chairman, the Rev. Want savings in th large economy size? Our FaiHane 500 '

FERTILIZER COMPANY Eberly told_ of some of'his work-in is all-new,bigger,finer In every way,..yet priced up to $142 '

,under which we are engaged in both recreational and" religious Itu than last year{ There's more built-for-pcoplc comfortup .. j m \ 't' 4 ,r

(' business.at Pahokee, Florida. fields at the camp,which,is under ( to 4 inches more shoulder room, for instance), more Cg Y :
That the parties interested in the management of the Pahokee fine-car features.Come in and pick the twin that sav es you >cst. .
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r. WALTER YATES AND t -. H FORD-Tfc FiMd Ford ot a (1iIefj. FALCON-TJw Nriz.Ford THUNOaN D-H*Worlft MM Wontof Cod

ELLIOTT, JR., Owners Mr. and Mrs. 'E. A. Tollman! had

r"B; Pahokee;'..County of Palm Beach, as guests Sunday' Mr. and Mrs.

'..'' Florida, .February 19, 1960. Henry Hun and daughter Shirley, Pahokee Motor Company

' t'--- I Firm Name Yates and Elliott and,grandson. Hank, of Lake Park.: .

l(, ,r .f-r Organip 1 Fertilizer Company They also had: as a guest over the .... PAHOKEE! FLORIDA -
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By Walter Yates and B. Elliott, Jr. weekend thier-son, Sidney Tillmari .

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