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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 11, 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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; FRIDAYMarchl1,1960
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PUBLISHED WEEKLY tN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARONF



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

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. Bacom Point Speed Special ServicesFor Lampi's Band Holds Plans Completed Bramble, Blodgett,

I New PledgesA To Sell Light Bulbs

( To Remain At 35 ConcertProgram Killed In Crash *
t. I special service for the five Mrs. James Miller and :Mrs.
. new pledges of the Omicron Chap- Floyd Erickson members of the
, After. six months of protest ter, Beta Eta Fine Arts' Sorority, The Pahokee High School Band Canal Point Garden Club, were Funeral services for Roland
t against the State Road Depart- waS conducted by Mrs. Frank L.: under the direction of Bandmaster 1 guests of the, Canal Point Lions Atlas Bramble, 43, of Pahokee and
. ment's proposal to increase the Anderson at the chapter meetingat Robert O. Lampl, presented a musical I Club at the weekly meeting in the Bridgeville, Del. will be held at the '
speed limit on Bacom Point Road the home of Mrs. W. A. Adams program of concert numbersat Community Building Monday First Baptist Church in Seaford, '
(SR 715) "within the city ,limits of in Canal Point, with the president, the March meeting of the Canal I night when both clubs completed Del., Sunday at 2 p. m. *
Pahokee from 35 to 45 miles per Mrs. Claude T. Santee, presiding.: Point Parent-Teacher Association plans for their joint electric bulb Mr. Bramble died instantly in a
hour,, the City has finally won ,Its Inducted into membership were in the school auditorium Monday I sales campaign to raise funds for car accident at the intersection of
argument, according, to, :Mayor F. Mrs. Robert C. Hatton and Mrs. night. Featured on the program the beautification of the plot of SR 80 and SR 7 west of West Palm

received Terry Sellers of Pahokee, Mrs. Ru- were required numbers the PHS ground lying between the new and Beach Monday night when the car
dolph Faulk and Mrs. Clarence Band will play at the District Band old highways east of Canal Point.' in which he and his company's
/ chairman of'' the SRD Board :n Kidder of Belle Glade and Mrs. Contest March 30. O. H Sheppard, H. H. Sears and auditor Earl Blodgett, of West
; which Mr.. Kiiliam stated SRD Is William Masonic of South Bay. Floyd Erickson program chairman Student Member Johnny Smith Palm Beach, collided with a truck.
t. dropping 'its proposal for a speed Mrs. Edna Barrett, Mrs. L. Anderson introduced Bandmaster Lamp named team captains for the Mr. Blodgett, driver of the car,
limit increase on this street. ,Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Santee !. Following the concert Mrs. Joe Lion in the drive which will get was ,also killed in the accident.
.| 'The City Councll'twic turned were hostesses during the'' servingof Cherry Jr., president presented to under way March 14. It,is the planof :. Mr. Bramble was widely known
\ down requests by district SRD refreshments following the' rituaL the band a cash gift as an expres- the two clubs to make an attractive both in Florida and in the Northas
'officials for a 10 miles per hour sion of the appreciation of PTA for roadside park out of the owner of the Bramble transpor-
_ increase Bacom .. .
speed limit on -- I its services. plot which is now covered with tation and trucking services, with
t Point Road before passing a resolution Present at the meeting was unsightly weeds. headquarters during the winter
; last month in vigorous protest July Fourth Fete -
Brooks Henderson, principal of Pa- and spring seasons at Pahokee and
t4 and sending copy. of the reso- hokee,High School,.who asked par- during the fall and summer sea-_
, lution, together with a petition Bjl of Plans Being Made ents of eighth grade students to Pair Named For sons at Bridgeville, DeL He had
: protest signed by residents. -I discuss with thier children desirable :.- operated his trucking business at
f*: com Pain Road to the SRDJBoard courses of study for next year'New Cancer Drive Pahokee for several. .
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in Tallahassee.I I I The executive board of the Pa. after they graduate from Canal Survivors include his wife, Sybil,
I of the decision ,of
learning hokee Chamber of Commerce at Point Junior High School and en- I a son, David, 6, and a daughter
; SRD/- one of the residents who I I the March meeting in the Civic roll in Pahokee Senior High School. The appointment of F. S. "Dick"Parrish Susan, 4, all of Bridgeville; also

;, signed'"We the petition SRD commented able Building Monday night discussed The.. monthly attendance awardswere I Pahokee jeweler, to head I I three children ,of a previous marriage -
* are very happy was preliminary plans for Pahokee's Won by ,Mrs. Helen Hender the annual Cancer Crusade in his two sons, Roland A., Jr., and
#_ ., ,to appreciate our viewpoint in this annual Fourth of July celebration son's second grade room and Mrs. home, city, has been announced 'by I Kenneth and one daughter Betty
believed

Issue' in which.;we sincerely program which the board plans, in I Charlotte Walstan'a fifth grade Fred Teverbaugh; ,chairman for", Loul hla"ft\t4er., ,Atlas E. Bramble' ...
': public": .,,safety=* Jo--have, been: at ic6op4ra iaa with, : '.roooin,; vblc'uafi! fO r' fM,pl&ce: the'-.Pa1ni; Beach*County;,Crtl9sde. '1ttdgevilfe a d a- sister,"'M '- w'

.,..- stake. .-' / ganizations, to make exor'I, !Mrs.'V-L-E. Blackwell, W..E. Johnson Slated .to aid Chairman Parrishin Thelma, Roach, Philadelphia. '
" !'rate ''erid entertaining I ,and l|rs. Helen' Henderson the campaign, is Mrs.'' Lloyd Burial will be in Delaware. 7iQ

4 Dairy,.Beef Men To I than every before. Oscar Dobrow,'1 I were named on a committee to I Hundley long active as"a. Crusade I H. E. Hardesty Funeral Home of
Meet On Monday C R Wetherington and C. E..Williams nominate new officers. ]I volunteer and a director of the Bridgeville is in charge of arrange:_
; I were'named on a special committee On the hostess committee assist-j"American Cancer Society's Palm ments. ,

, Meeting Palm Beach County I. to work out details, of the ing Mrs. Grady Echols with the Beach County Unit. ..
Cattlemen's Association. program with representatives, of serving of refreshments followingthe Chairman Parrish. well knownin
t- Monday, March 14, 1960 at 7:30 participating civic groups. meeting were Mrs. A. R. Harrington 'his home community, having Girl Scout Troop

p. m. It was announced the chamber's Mrs. J. P. Packer: Mrs. served as a member of the City 38 In Meeting Wed. J
J r Moluits Building, 531 :Military annual membership drive will get' William Gist and Mrs. Angus Council.and also two terms as
t Trail. (North of highway 441), under way soon with the mailing of Sims. ,Mayor of Pahokee. He is also a
notices of membership dues by of the Pahokee Pahokee Girl Scout Troop 38 at
West Palm .Beach. f -,- past president
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; the in Dr. E. C.
regular meeting
under discussion, "Evalu- Mrs. C. M. Todd, executive secre Chamber of Commerce.
k ation Topic of Agriculture Land for Tax I tary.' The motto of this year's'drive USDA Official To Also active in civic affairs; Mrs. I Johnson's Clinic Wednesday night
Assessment Purposes." is ."Each Member Win a Member Hundley, in addition to her workas reviewed the first aid. techniquesthe
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Speakers will be Representatives til the Goal is Won," the goal being a Cancer volunteer, is well Scouts have been taught to
i Emmett Roberts and Ralph Blank, twice the present membership.The Speak Canal PointDr. I II known for her work in civic beau- date in the ARC First Air Course:

r and County Tax, Assessor David drive, will be 'under the direction tification and her local and state they are taking.It .
of O. R. Bleech, membership I 1 Garden Club associations. was reported nine membersof
,( Stewart. Herman A. Roder hirer, an
This is a subject of importanceto chairman and C. Wetherington' administrator in the United States I I Mrs. Hundley is also active m the troop, accompanied by their
finance chairman. f 4' work at the First Methodist Church leader. Mrs. EL C. Johnson were
all cattlemen and ,it is urged
that make a special effort, to C. E. Williams presided in the Department of ,Agriculture has I II I and in school and PTA affairs. guests of honor at the review of
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you from the
invitation
an
accepted
absence of President Doris Sasser. the dress parade of the cadets of
i attend the March meeting. The; Everglades USDA Club.ta visit the
the Miami Sunday

!,>' speakers are ''w qualified to discuss I .A I Glades,area March 17 and 18. He I I Johnny Vandegrif t afternoon.Military Following Academy the pa-
actions of last legislature
the -Cooke Sale Now is .scheduled,to attend luncheon. rade the Scouts went to the Holly-
- ,. as well, as ,current :actions which of the USDA Club at the Com I! Champion Camper Restaurant
yr- Under Way Pahokee wood- supper. A
,L: ****** being: taken ,regarding; this : munity Building in,Canal Pont at
was
* ; :,4 e latteIt. should J ; ,_be,,aworthwhileDinner'will !'" '. .. noon, March 17,and will give -Johnny Vandegrif. son 'of Mr.. vote of thankg- given to Mrs;
; ,meetingSor_ everyozte.ti ., .. I I"J r Pahokee Girl.Scouts are conduct tune dn Russian Agriculture"lec..1 I and' -Mrs.. Roy Vandegrift; Jr.:, of Johnson joyable for making this very. eft
4 : be served at"7:30 ?. ing their annual cookie sale this the auditorium of the Pahokee attended, a special ban- trip possible.

r.;: "m.. with;. ,the ;compliments of, the week-as'one'of their'activities during Glades Office Building at 8 p. in. quet at The Citadel Charleston, The meeting was opened by the
: Helpers-et-Home Patrol and
_ Cattleman's Association. Wives nal"G1rl Scout Week. so the same day. ,He ,will show color S. C., given in honor of champion games
..., are invited,, so plan now to 'bring : in observance of'the 48th, anniversary slides to illustrate his observation campers at the South Carolina were played before the closing. ,
your wife and be. present ,Mounts:i i of the founding of Girl Scouting of agricultural practices and other Military Academy's summer camp Next Wednesday evening at 6:55 -

:- Building Monday; ,March, 14, 7:30 I:- ,, they plan'''to attend church scenes..of general interest in the for boys. Johnny was one of 91 o'clock First Methodist Troop 38 Church will meet to at the,
;ti p. m. 'Sunday dressed in their uniforms, Soviet Union. The public is Invitedto boys selected from a group of over see a
motion Elaine
It will .be. necessary to have an I as Scout units.,The Brownie groups attend the evening ,address. 600 to receive the Mark Clark Outstanding picture, according to '
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: ,estimate of how,many,of, you will I(will attend the morning worship Dr. Rodenhiser headed .a group I Camper Award- for pro- Salvatore troop reporter. '
Ik be present for d1 1rier. Enclosed is a II't I service at the First Methodist of American scientists who visited .. ficiency' in all five of his selected _. c:;.
' self-addressed postal, card. Would I It I Church and the Intermediate Russia in 1958 to study that coun sports or activities at the!.camp' .-
,you please fill in the back of the 'Brownies will be at the First'Bap- try's agriculture. The group under last summer. Rotarians Hear
card and drop it in the mall byMarcb I tist Church. The Senior Girl Scout -
six
his leadership was one of exchange
t-. have not'announced the i Former President
3.'Windy. troops selection groups sent by the U. S. Anderson Chastain .
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church
of the will at-
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Government at the request of the I
Willis Gets tend. Soviet Union. I Definitely ImprovedAnderson I Dr. Joe A. Tolle, pastor of the
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,.W As a scientist Dr...Rodenhiser is I Trinity Methodist Church of Miami

Honor Pin From ACL. Henry Earwood Asks authority on many phases of Chastain, prominent who had been conducting a
i agriculture, and has worldwide, grower in Canal Point, Is definitely: week's revival at the Pahokee
;. At last weel 'S' meeting of the. School Job Again: recognition for his many contribu-] improved at Good Samaritan hospital First Methodist Church, was guest .
Pahokee Rotary club where he is a tions in agricultural research. He where he has been for two speaker at Jast week's Thursday

.e member, Charles G. ('Windy) was Henry Earwood of Belle Glade received the Outstanding Achievement weeks following a severe heart at luncheon meeting of the Pahokee
.. wearing a handsome new 40-year( member of the Palm Beach County Award|of the University of tack'at his farm north of Canal Rotary Club. Introduced by O. B.
, pin showing the world that he has Board of Public Instruction qualified -, Minnesota in 1953 and the coveted Point. Friends and relatives in McClure, the speaker talked of
been 'in'the employ of the Atlantic this week for' relection in the, Elvin Charles Stakman Award n Canal Point have.been'standing by The Value of Mottos." Also introduced .
Coast Line Railroad for that j May 3 primary election. Mr. Ear- (Agriculture in 1957.'Since 1954 he constantly to. assist in whatever as guests were the Rev.

I length of, time. He 'received, the.I wood has served eight years on the I has served as a consultant on agri- way they could Relatives said Damon Scott song leader at the ,
, award pin in Jacksonville recently I board and last year served in the (culture with Rockefeller- Fount -I yesterday that he is definitely on revival, and the.Rev, Clare S."Hall,
:: from the hands of the vice 'president -]I highest,position attainable, that:I loti on. the mend but will have to take it pastor of ,the Pahokee Church

Ir of ACL.. I board. that: of chairman. (continued on.page 8) easy, ,for a long time.. f President a E. Williams presided.
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ri/.r Page Two Tfo grergladea News, Canal Pclnt. Flori d Friday March 11:I960ft

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|.Service. During the same year, I met, of interest I further pledge Club Slate Given',
served as President of Florida I that during my tenure of ofjtee."r.,

, State Exchange Clubs. In 1957, ,I shall not apply for a real' -esitatp. I r Far New'Eketion.. 4Mrs.
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received'a trophy as the.Outstanding license, nor will I engage In "the -
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Trojan; Booster._I__am now serving real estate business., .. William S. Plumer, mem-
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ft my fourth year as a memberof 'As always will seek advice and ber of the Woman's Club nominating

ui' the Salvation Army Advisory study 'each given situation before committee, has submitted to

'r-\ Board and second year as Chair- acting. Under no condition will I the club f<5r her committee recommendations
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t 1 man. It. was "any privilege to help I deviate from the, principles of our for a slate of new club '

:' organize the "Large and Small|. democratic form of government, officers to.r the coming year: Mrs.

r... Fry" football program, and the and will,, always express:myself las Billy Ray Mosley, for president;
(
r, "Trojan 20", two'groups dedicated an Independent" representative of Mrs., M. P. Stanley, first vice pres-

i'" ." ,: to support athletics in the'sch'ools,I t the ,people. ident; Mrs. Lewis Friend, second

: ( .. and still take an active part jn - vice president; Mrs. Wiley Tills,
: both. I have been Chairman and i' recording secretary: ; Mrs. A. Fisher -
Parker
.: The; Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida Master of Ceremonies of the Chamber Family Inv corresponding secretary; Mrs.

of Commerce Coffee Hour Reunion Canal Point VtT1,1 Lsoa Spooner, treasurer; Mrs.

i THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE-REGION HOME'OF since its origin in 1955. Maiming I. Keen,auditor; and Mrs.

:?' (i My family and I'attend CalvaryMethodist t ; and firs. Elmer Maxson were Robert J. Schroder parliapientar-.

'tTHE t : .EVERGLAB1S. NEWS ; .Church, .where I. sec:..e. l opts at a: reunion pf'' .the Parker ian. .' ,
' 01* the"Officie, voarFV :: --- LI --
''. & : family at their home in Canal
- .. :: Serving the take' Qkeechobee Fanning Region Without Additional a 'nation? are: Guif- Point. Out-of-town guests Included I I I CONCLUDES REVIVAL .

/\. Interruption.Every Week for'More Than-30 YearsEstablished'March stream Lodge 245 F& A A!, Palm I her father, Ben ,Parker of Fort Mrs. Joe A. Tolle and daughter.
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,, 11, 1924 .- -- Published Every Friday ,Beach County Shrine dub, ,Loyal Myers; her brother and sister-in-I I Ann, joined Dr. Tolle in Pahokee ? II

'. '* -Subscription Price ,$2,00 Year In Advance Order of Moose No. 1064, Chamber -' law, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Parker I I for the weekend as he concludedhis
I of Commerce (Past Director), and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. revival services at the First

The Everglades.News Is Entered at.the Post Office Immediate Past President High- and Mrs. T. P. Bunnell, all of West![ Methodist Church. While here ,

; In. Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class,:Matter land School P. T. A., Mali Shrine, Palm ,Beach; and her aunt: Mrs.]1|they were the house guests of Mr.
Elks Lodge No. 1530, Post No. 47 Mabel. Stallard of Topeka, Kans. and Mrs. Duncan Padgett. -
Paul Rardin '. Owner, Editor, Publisher American Legion and Independent GlIiiI ***
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: Garage Owners Association. William Hussell Hatton, Jr., infant Mrs. Nola B. Smith had as
._ FourtlvGrade: Has LeamonAndrews'Iii -I If-elected, I pledge that enough son of Mr. and-'Mrs. William" guests Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Willis

:_ Program In .Spanish of my time will be devoted to the I administered 1 I I of Atlanta Ga., and Mrs.: Willis's
'. Board to accomplish real and fair sister. Mrs. Mary Hall, of Tampa.

,x :The pupils f'Mrs Francestesidefs Co. Board RaceLeamon representation for all the people.;morning.worship service at the Pa- j I.[Mrs. Willis is the former Lil Teas- I

Because of the probability of con-I hokee, First Methodist Church. ley of Pahokee.
Fourth, Grade room at ,1 l I,

. Pahokee; Elementary School pre- Andrews of Lake Worth -c .--__ _
sented program in Spanish at theschool's issued the following announce- I 'q'
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morning (Feb.: 10), demonstrating ,After long, careful consideration I I
" the progress being made by third and discussion with many friends

and fourth ,grade children in their and business"associates, I have decided -

study of conversational Spanish to become a candidate for

t, which was introduced' as a subject
of study at the school for the first

time this year. Phone 11 Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

,", The program consisted of an

original play, the scene being a SALES and SERVICE

.. school room in which the pupils t I : i -

used! sentences and phrases learn- Heating Air Conditioning Appliances -
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ed in their daily 'Spanish lessons I I 1 .

.' taught through the media of radio .
t' and phonograph recordings. I
George Magrill was the announcer

:! Janet Meredith played the part .

of the teacher. Richard Browninggave !

the pledge to the flag. Susan

Todd and Omar Adams counted in g +7o zr. r
Spanish and Vicki Pitts gave the'

. days of the Week. All of the other : ""....

p, children in Mrs. Whiteside's room I

also took part, doing such things I ( .. __ < 'Y..Y
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as identifying pictures, adding, a : .
subtracting, naming clothing, ; .c, A >4 4r.ti t rY .1 'wt,6, %

, parts of, the body and the like, all .. _
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f in Spanish. At the conclusion the ;.}a+v"a; ; ,:..',wrfi.'r.i:4 : ., ,
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entire group, sang two Spanish v '' '.
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. songs.. LEAMON ANDREWS :y.Y!.;,., .,' \.:.::;:::.'.'ri'::yx+ :Hk"u;r ?$r"'f'pb..ara4.{ K e.A. f Yy4t g:r bd ;$ .,'+ j :r
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Commissioners
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O. T. Pospechal will lecture on 3 %. h : ,'i :} v 4, ,
County, representing District 'i}: R.n?C'ivrt,.: 1 ; : y:' N r
insect pests and diseases at Primary .i %Y rr' '
p subject to the Democratic $ ,. ;<:; y4,2.9F. r y.ry rv
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the March meeting o.t'thiPahokee ,May 3, 1960. :] .i ; ;n.; r
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" Garden Club ,at the home of the I firmly believe that the county >R.. ;.
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, president, Mrs.. Norman A. Ken- should be run on a business-like x;";'p'uJG: : :' ; Y!: '.#,. : : v. ,Ny!. ,.
nedy,Tuesday at 10 a. m. Hostesses basis and of course, it follows that .'' '". fy4.- ,x g.+. w;V,. 4. ;:,'tn. r4.
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for the sandwich luncheon at noon .this can best be accomplished by :.j''

are .Mrs. O. D. Carpenter, Mrs. experienced businessmen. I feel

DuncanPadgett, Mrs. John 'T.pickett qualified to serve in this position

,- Mrs L. L. Shirley and because of my business experience

Mrs. C. R..Wroten.Classified. during the past s1Xte.en years as a y.' I

service station tire dIstributor -
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same location. I was one of the or- '3:
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as a director'of. the Commerce National -
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uspd Willys
: ; I came to Lake Worth wilh mywie
:Jess. Walter Aahlt 'a
Garage ; on July 4. 1944, while still a
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In'Belle Glade, Phone 3058.;
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Y member of the Air Force, stationedat
Oct. :17-54-ca. Boca Raton I was honorably.
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SUBSCRIPTION expiration datesto discharged in.,February: 1946. Immediately -
this newspaper 'are marked I purchased a one-half l1e

on your name label as it comes to interest Folk's Service Stationat

yon'each week; Check'the date on 132 North Federal Highway,

yours. That Is your date to renew Lake Worth. which has continued I
We'll be looking for a check.. to be my business,address. I also

Thanks. The Everglades News. established permanent residence

:and now reside at,1708 -12th Court
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If
North, with my wife, Betty, and
you need cards:envelopes;'letterheads
three daughters, Jeanne, 14, Mary
statements, bill heads,-hand Jane, 10, and Joanna, 6. 1
bills or something iji the printing &iu1ct.&BtUaq
I have always taken an active !! '.
line just step to the"phoneandcaU;
and .
The Everglades News at Canal part incjvic;. I fraternal. +.affairs.In f fj
1947 I became. a charter member '
Point, No"2661. We are experts inproducing
of, the Lake Worth Jaycees.In l
excellent printing and 1947. ; I was, a charter member INSIST ON AN ELECTRIC RANGE m, ,KITCHEN '-'
our prices are in Une'Vth out of .
and ,first President of the Exchange "' You'U spend less time in the kitchen and,have_more time.for other .
a town who' to the ..
printers come '
Glades for business. Please Club of Lake Worth. In t things.. when you cook electrically. You'll enjoy the fun of cooking i
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printing
1949, and again in 1954, I was the .
give:! us a call. Phone 2.66L recipient of, the Junior Chamberof without looking. Simple automatic controls eliminate pot-watching '

, Commerce Distinguished Seri prevent scorch burn and bosl-over. And electric cooking is the (
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WANTED: First Class body and .
paint.manhood: pay. Contact vice Award. an unusual achievement safest way. .free of flames and fumes for precious peace of mind. o :!

Hub'Spooner: ,at Pahokee Motor I being a two-time; recipient See the new models now at your electric Appliance dealer. 1
Company. 2-12tfch In.1955,.it was my honor to be en- i
tered in the "Book of Golden ,FLORIDA. POWER & LIGHT COMPANY : CLEANEST FLAMELESS ,

:, GOOD AUTO SALESMAN;,-wanted Deeds" by the Exchange Club for HELPING. BUILD FLORIDA % $'t* ti COOLEST
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I:Service During the same year, I flict, of interest, I further pledge Club Slate Given ':
served as President of Florida I that during my tenure of offtee;3.i

f State Exchange Chubs. In 1957 I shall not apply for a real'' estate;For New Election. :
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received; -a trophy as the,Outstanding ,license nor will I engage in. "the -

';,.: Trojan Booster,.I am now.serv- real estate business.; Mrs.. William S. Plumer, mem-
l Jt ing my fourth year as a member As always will seek advice and ber of the Woman's Club nOminating -

t' of the Salvation. Army Advisory study "each given situation before committee, has submitted to

Board and second year as Chair acting. Under no condition will I the club far her committee recom-

f> man. It was \ay privilege to help deviate from the, principles of our mendations for a slate of new club .
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.1" organize the "Large and Small j democratic form' of government officers for the coming year: Mrs.

:._ Fry" football program' and the I and will,, 'always express:myself"(as Billy Ray Mosley, for president;
t .. -=- ,V fiY "Trojan 20", two groups dedicatedto S an Independent representative oft Mrs. M. P. Stanley, first vice pres-

support athletics in the'schools,j the people. ident; Mrs. Lewis Friend, second
-,:: and still take an active part In ._ __. .' vice president; Mrs. Wiley Thus

E both. I have been Chairman and I recording secretary; Mrs. A. Fisher -

.' The Rardin Building* In Canal Point, Florida Master of Ceremonies of the Chamber Parker Family In corresponding secretary; Mrs.

of Commerce- Coffee Hour Reunion Canal Point Lea Spooner, treasurer; Mrs.

ifei' :.- ..v THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE.REGION'HOME OFr since its origin in 1955. .., .... -. ..,.- Manning I. Keen, auditor; and Mrs..,

: i My family and I'attend Calvary I.I'.. Mr, and Mrs. Elmer:Maxson werenosts Robert J. Schroder, parliamentar,

;; EVERGLADES NEWS I It Methodist .Church, .where I serve t at a" reunion of .the Parker ian. *
the"Office' _
oat Toard:: .
*it. [family at their home in Canal: -- L. --

.: .. Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without Additional a 'iAauori are: Guif- Point. Out-of-town guests included I CONCLUDES REVIVAL .

>,,: "I Established._March 11,1924 '- .- Published Every Friday Beach County Shrine Club, Loyal Myers; her brother and sisterinlaw -I Ann., joined Dr. .Tolle in Pahokee II
Price : Order of Moose 'No. 1064, Chamber -' Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Parker for the weekend as he concludedhis
: : Subscription $2.00year In Advance,,, I
of Commerce (Past Director), and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. revival services at the First
f' <' The Everglades News'Is Entered at.the Post Office Immediate Past President High and Mrs. T. P. Bunnell all of West! Methodist Church. While here' .,

d-' In Canal"Point, Florida as Second Class Matter land School P. T. A., Mali Shrine. Palm.,Beach; and her aunt, Mrs.Mabel .| they were the house guests of Mr.

, Elks Lodge No. 1530, Post No. 47 Stallard of Topeka, Kans. and Mrs. Duncan Padgett.
Paul JRardin '. = Owner, Editor, Publisher American Legion, and Independent ia; B = .. .

S ---;-- -- Garage Owners Association. William Hussell. Hatton, Jr.,,infant Mrs. Nola B. Smith had as I
; Fourth+Grade Has Leamon AndrewsIn If-'elected, I pledge that enoughof son- of Mr. and- -Mrs. William guests Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Willis

Program IIi .SpanishThe my time will be devoted to the I administered I of Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs Willis's
Board to accomplish real and fair'. sister. Mrs. Mary Hall of Tampa.
Co. Board RaceLeamon I
li...: pupils .of '-.Mrs' FrancesWhiteside's representation for all the people.t morning.worship service at the Pat I t Mrs. Willis is the former LU Teas- I
Because of the probability of con-1 hokee, First Methodist Church. [ley of Pahokee.
.Fourth Grade. room at t 1

Pahokee Elementary School pre- Andrews of Lake Worth -- ..
sented a program in Spanish at the issued the following announce- :
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f"' school's assembly'periOd Thursday ment:

"r morning (Feb.: 10), demonstratingthe ,After long, careful consideration i I
progress being ,made by third i and discussion with many friends .
t. and fourth ,grade children in their and business associates, I have decided : s.

. study of 'conversational Spanish, to become a candidate forLEAMON ,t

;.\ I' which was introduced' as a subject
ofstudy at the school for the first

I time this year. Phone 511 Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

N The program consisted of an

original play, the scene being a SALES and SERVICE

,. school room in which the pupils i. -

used sentences and phrases learn- fleeting Air Conditioning Appliances I
ed in their daily' Spanish -lessons I 1 .

. taught through the media of radio 1vwrftw

p-S and phonograph recordings.
George Magrill was the announcer -

.' Janet Meredith played the part .

' of .the teacher. Richard Browning iriiii ,,>7 ..
gave the pledge to the flag. Susan
f Todd and Omar Adams counted in

f.. Spanish and Vicki Pitts gave the

days of the week. All of the other vtc..2. 1\-
i'.. :/ r..y C iYr r, swy
-.. children to Mrs. Whlteside's room Y.

' also took part, doing such things v. Z "< yp Y.2 i' t ,
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subtracting, n a m I n g clothing, .>4 aR:} .. :?:'a Y.',.9 r42} ;S "ti L
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;" parts of, the body*and the like, all h.iii .psr ( C irk;
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songs. p.>.: .ax,. fi.w h: .
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membership on the Board bf Coun- ,"v w':%.?.'s.tts.,.q. :,i,'>;r.,;,}r.fAJs.rh.a. 4+Y $.Q/;;dyS 4,'\:? %h,;xsxY, '.ti,ao. .j wS.g:
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TALK ON PLANTS r :r+:A SS.wy.. .+t >f
ty Commissioners of Palm Beach I i 5 $< ,
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O. T. Pospechal will lecture on County, representing District 3, i raf ,
plant, insect pests and diseases at subject to the Democratic Primary I .. c'S %dX q !
the :March oJFYhe Pahokee ; .a' '., '"Yc : ra ',.'r .pF"e', %
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meeting May 3, 1960. 'S d;.. -.i. A; AkUJ<44.?n
Garden Club at the home of the I firmly believe that the county .;v 23", 4a :6.}..,,'r:+,'el,::;.ra '';6. fi SxS oRy4' + *
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president, Mrs. Norman A. Ken- should be run on a businesslikebasis ru + ;.w- aa.F

nedy, Tuesday at 10 a.m. Hostesses and, of course, it follows that n42 '+
/ for the sandwich luncheon at noon :, :
,this can best be accomplished by j' '
are ..Mrs. O. D. Carpenter, Mrs. experienced' businessmen. I feel ik-/- k/"e "Y.y ay
DuncanPadgett, Mrs. John 'T.Pickett qualified to serve in this position '{e ; + f.

Mrs, L., L. Shirley and because''of-my business experience

Mrs.: C.' R.Wroten.Classified. during the past sixteen years as a, 1 1I

service station operator, tire distributor -
: and car dealer in the

same location. I was one of: the.or-

:, ( AdFORJ5AL15 $ ganizing directors' and,.still serve I J
; as a.director ai- the Commerce Na- 'f

, L tional Bank. ,t
: :,New and used,WHIya
which
I came to Lake Worth, mywij'e
:Jeeps. Walter.Ashley's Garage 4 1944 while still.a
on July ,
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member'of l.the.Air Force,stationed
Oct. 1754cluSUBSCRIPTION
at Boca Raton. I was honorably

expiration dates discharged in.February: : 1946. Immediately -
'to this newspaper. 'are marked I purchased a one-half
OZ\-your name:label as it comes to interest hi Falk's Service Stationat
yeneach week.'Check'the 'date ont 132 North Federal Highway,

y+otrrs.' That Is your date to 'renew Lake Worth. which has continued
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Well be looking for a check. ito be my business,address. I also 2gx9:
" Thanks. The Everglades News. established permanent residence s f

and, now reside at 1708 -12th CourtNorth. .
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. ,If ,
with my wife, Betty, and
you need cards envelopes;-letterheads three daughters, Jeanne, 14, Mary 1

statements bill heads hand Jane 10,,and Joanne, 6. I
Eithrw&u
,, bills, or something ift' the printing I 1
I have always taken an active WJJJ i
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line'just step to thq phoaeandcallTlie }
.affairs.
Evergladaa News at Canal part inctvicandfraterna| ; ; :! ',' f .
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In became charter mem- t
Point, N 2661. We are experts in
ber of ,the Lake Worth Jaycees.In l
:. producing excellent printing, and 1947,. I was a, charter member INSIST ON AN ELECTRIC, RANGE IN YOUR KITCHEN -c I
ear prices are in line with out ofton' ,
and first.President of the Ex- a. You'll spend less time in the kitchen',and.have.more time,for other '
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printers.who' to the '
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Glades for printing business.Please change' Club of Lake Worth. In I things when you cook electrically. You'll enjoy the fun of cooking fr
< 1949, and again in 1954,1 was the
.give:! "us a rail Phone 2661. recipient of, the Junior; Chamberof without looking. Simple automatic controls eliminate pot-watching r -- II III

f WANTED. : first Class body and Commerce. distinguished Ser-f I prevent scorch bum and, boil-over. And electric cooking is the 't t

, paintmanhood pay. Contact yice Awanr%;an' unusual achievement 1 safest way. .. free of flames and.fumes for precious peace of mind. e 'j

C' Huh: Spooner,,at Pahokee Motor being a two-time recipient. See thenew, models now at your electric appliance dealer.FLORIDA !
Company. 2-12tfch In;1955.,it:wast,my honor to be en- I
tered in the "Book of' Golden __ POWER & LIGHT, COMPANY : auMreat'a'
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-: ,GOOD" AUTO SALESMAN':wanted Deeds" by the Exchange Club for HELPING BUILD.,FLORIDA r tit .,COOtCST
at 'Pahokee Yotor-'CompaDY. Ifyou service'In' .. FASTEST ..
. outstanding community ua .111 .
can;sell please contact Hub 1956, I was awarded:l a commendation 1rd rp&a " , Spo .
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Board Job Again Circles of., .the_' Pahokee- Baptist i I P. B. County Judge | Mohawk Farm Tractor Rear Tires

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Woman's Missionary Society completed -

f.r: County Commissioner Roy E. studies of',th oisrion book,! Grover Cleveland Herring: res-[ SIZE PLY PRICE t

( "Reaching' Rural rches", and' ident : "Vest Pajm: Brach for the' -
t' Michael, Jr., of Lake Worth, to- o :. A
I day' announced. his candidacy for presented week .of prayer pro- past eight years has announced f .9-24 4 $34.76, 11024 :
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reelection to the county board at I grams at the Marc :.1 :pyLigs of I his ca-.Cldafy for County Judge on .:. 4 41.38

election.'the circles held at. .es of em-I' the --ratic ticket in the Prir -
forthcoming primary :
I the t 10-28 4' 47.39' 1
bers Tuesday "' '- 3rd.
on May 3rd. Michael was chairman, ; May
i I II Mrs. Claude Ca ->o oas; received 10-38 4 58. O i.t .

I f, ,. as a new1ber of the 11.28 '. :,4 52.90 s:

Fay' Taylor Circleio meetingat 3r:t "11.38 4 65.80 3:
the home of Mir '., ". ..Brownith .'
Mrs. Gene iiov Mrs. ,11-38 :' : ,6 76.00 -E
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: I Brown' as co-hostess. Mrs. Ed Cul- :* 12:28 <4 .'- po. 57.31 *

:'; berson children's home chairman & k'S t '12.38 'c': : 82.40 ;
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to'ihe I IBaptisfChUdre1i's 13138 6'; ; 93.00
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rP.k.MM4 Pfa' Home in Lake 14-30 6!_ 103.50
land. Mrs. Ray Ha./k community F'A3i) j v&f S '
i- r 14-34 I 6: 115.80
missions chairman, reported the ..
15-30 6 108.24
circle; presented a box of personal. ,
gifts to a local shut-in. Mrs. C. A a C Cn 15-34 6': 125.75
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:: Shirley gave,the devotionals.Mrs. L.I ,

: F. G..\Giilis gave the pro- n Plus Federal Excise Tax= Freight Prepaid in Lots of Two Tires ..

gram on' home missions at the I ,,,,s vs or More. We also Carry Complete Line of Front. Tractor Tires j
meeting the Lottie Moon Circleat and Tubes for all Sizes:

c' the home of Mrs. W. H. Kemp,

;: s with Mrs. Marvin Crady, cohostess. -

i ii' ir AssistingMrs. Gillis were Mrs. EAGLE TIRE COMPANY

W. ,A. Keen, Mrs. James E. Boyd

Mrs. J. C. Mock and Mrs. Crady.
Reports of circle activities in the GROVER HERRINGA 3216 N. W. N. River Dr. Dept C Miami, Florida
ROY MICHAEL, JR.
field of community missions were West Palm Beach lawyer. Mr. NEwton 4-1710 4-1962

h of the commission in 1958 serving given by ,eachmember.. Herring has served as City Attorney -
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; from Disrtict 3. which.is comprisedof Mrs. W. M. DuBose gave the for the Town of Ocean Ridge

the Lantana-Lake Worth area ,week of prayer program for, home since 1953. He is Treasurer:: of the

and Palm Beach. He is seeking his missions at the meeting of the Palm Beach County Bar Association -

third term.Through. Grace Jernlgan Circle at the home i I I and served as Municipal I II .oRIDfj

: the years Michael has of Mrs. R. S. Douthit. She was assisted Judge Ad Litem in the Municipal DNflH8s W

;.. :served as commissioner he has by Mrs. Frank Thompson I Court of West Palm Beach duriQ;;, .
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been closely associated with the I I Mrs. Ralph Myers. Mrs. H. C. Graham -J 1954-1955.. He is a native ,Floridian. -'"' ":'-" '-- j... --.

"It< county's planning and zoning prob- Mrs. Wiley Tillis and Mrs. a graduate of the University of 1\> :t .

lems and has widened this programto Douthit. Prior.to'the meeting mem- I Florida (LL. B. 1950) and a 'veteran I ALTHOUGH COSMETICS

grow from the unrestrictedland bers enjoyed a buffet supper! of World War H, during whichhe MAY HAVE OfVGfNATEP u

use of a few years ago to a Mrs. C. R. Wetherington Jr., i saw service in American, European -' RECOKPS THE EAST suesrANrALAR 71fE OF ,, t

program of, orderly expansion chairman presided' the meeting and Asiatic-Pacific theatres CARVED COSME77C C'OVTAlNE }> 'f a

through up-to-date zoning' regula- of the Betty Mills Circle at the serving in the U. S. ,Navy from PROVE /TSSYPr wIPe use IN _' ; ,.

I tions and proper legislation. The home of Mrs. F. H. 'poteete. The! 1944 to 1946.' ,: AS EARLY '

progress which Palm Beach 'County week of prayer program, "Behold: -Mr. Herring, received the Jaycee .

;: has made in zoning and building Your God," was presented'under i "Key Man Award" in Public Relations -

has drawn state and national the direction of Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson -i for> 1955-1956, and the

praise to this area. Jr., The report stewardship; "Faithful Service Award" of the,

Michael served as the county's I was given by ,Mrs. M, P. Stanley, Veterans of Foreign Wars of FlorIda -I

first Zoning Commission chairmanand I stewardship chairman. for 1954-1955 as Public 450009.c.

today .serves as the commis tions Director and in Rela-I

sion's liaison between the county Department Judge Advocate. Hts

board and the layman's zoning Junior Netters memberships include B. P. O. Elks,

commission which recently took :JJave Good SeasonCoach Lodge 1352, Veterana of Foreign I

over administration of this activ Wars Post 7672 The American ANCf WERE CONSTRUCTEP OVA

ity. He is also chairman of the Legion Post 12, Young Men's I J's 'rr GRANP SCALE AS PART Of THE
Bob Maxson's Pahokee
GREEK ANP ROMAN CULTURES'.
Committee of the State As-
Zoning Christian Association, West Palm,
Junior Basketball team com-
sociation of County 'Commission_ High Beach Loyal Order of Moos, i =*/>'
pleted a most successful season
1461; West Palm Beach
Lodge I
ers.In when reached -
i Saturday night they
his announcement, Michael
Chamber of Commerce Civte ,"
the Division B finals of the I
yURNGTHE Mb70 AGES
said "I will continue to support Music: Association P.. T. A., Belve- 49 &ATH/NG
BECAME
I Palm Beach County Junior High ; A !
t, construction of additional roads I dere School and Senior Citizens PR/YATE ANP COs4PLe
Basketball Tournament in West I II II it
and bridges, in the county plus con- ; Foundation.He z 'CATEP AFFAIR ONEMCM -1 j

1 tined improvement x>f the county's Palm Beach. was a member. of the Editorial I ?NW WASNOTOPTEM t;
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The Blue Devil JVs their i /NOULGEP. ANDPEOPLE
won! i
road I also favor r r
present system.
Staff of the University of 1
first game in the tournament % t r USED AROMATTCS; 7 O III.n II
protection of the ocean beaches Florida Law Review Board 1949- CONCEAL BODY ;a00R5
further development of the Coun- Thursday night when they defeated 1950. His published articles have ( ; { If K 9 CAUSfOBY PERSFlRaTKW,

ty's industrial potential, its agricultural Palm Beach 41-20. They then ,
appeared in the University of Flor- t fI s
and: cattle' raising industries went on to defeat Northboro 23- ida Law Review on various as MODERN SCiCNCE HAS ELJMINATEP T.YE USE
17. Friday night Conniston, 30-27. ; OF-PERFUMES AS A COYER.'UP BY PEYELOPM& r ;
its recreational and vacation
pects of contract, n gligence'and
.in the semi-finals Saturday morn SAFE PEOPORANTS SUCH AS MUM THAT
facilities and a planned programof property law. 'He is a member of I 11 STOP BOTH OPOR AND THE ACTION OF OAR-FORMING
ing before bowing to the new
capital improvements for' the the American Bar Association The BACTEK/A, ,
champion team, Forest Hill 23-177 .. -
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future. -. -- ;
-
Beach Coun- -
Florida Bar the Palm f -
i
in a hard fought game Saturday .
"I shall continue to give, careful ty Bar Association the American -
tOthe conservation of night. The baby: Blue Devils ended 1
thought public -
Judicature Society Delta Theta BIRTHDAY PARTY
1 their season with 19 wins and two Town Team Wins
funds and to .lend my support Phi Law Fraternity, and the Law- Bruce and Wayne Boynton were
;
only to ,expenditures that I feel losses.their all-time; best. season'srecord. I Science Academy of America. Over Junior CollegeThe hosts at their home on East Main

will best benefit the residents ,of. With Mrs. 'Herring''(the former SL at a surprise party honoring
The Canal Point Trojans were '
Palm Beach County."I Dorothy. Blinn) and their two&qns Pahokee town team got win Buddy Culberson on his 14th birthday -
eliminated in.the first round of the 1
feel that Palm Beach County he makes his home at 1010 number nine at the expense of I anniversary. Entertainment

Is on, the" thresbold..,pf a new and ,County 195.ThurSday: tournament,by:,*St Juliana*"-:' Almeria,Road in West Palm Beach Palm Beach Junior College, 6943. included the playing of games and

prosperous eri'an&I: :will continueto ,night. I Mr. Herring is 34 years old, a Pro- Despite a seemingly low score dancing..Refreshments were served _:

give my support to any plan testant, and has taken part in as compared they worked together by the hosts to approximately j',

which will produce an orderly X-RAY CLINIC many community activities, includ- better than in any. game before. 35 guests 3j .
,
,
growth for our county and which The Palm Beach County Health .ing 'Red Cross and Community. AJvy} Early led all scoring wth 23 : ti

Win Improve living.conditions, busi- Department iiav4Its': Mobile 'Chest drives for. several consecutive -: points followed by Dale Hillburn's 5 :

ness possibilities 8 d'the economic X-Ray Clinic in Pahokee across years. 21. Coach Web Pell added 12 NOTICE OF INTENTION I If

welfare of our people" the street from the bank from 10a. I points. For Palm Beach Junior TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS ''I

Michael was born in Illinois and m. until noon and at the Paho College Phil Roland of Clewiston. NAME 1
C. 'V. "DOC" 'KIDDER
has been a resident of:.Lake Worth kee Health Center from 1 to 4 p. led with 14 points. Notice is hereby given that the
WILL HEAD ROTARYAt
since 1925. He was graduated from m., March 15. The public, is invit- This was the ninth win againsta undersignedunder the provisionsof
it's annual election of officers -
and later
Lake Worth High School ed to attend the clinic for free lone defeat to Stuart, a rematchis Chapter 20.953, Laws of Florida, ,
Belle Glade Rotary elect-
received a Bachelor Arts degreeIn chest -xray'examination.. : still beng sought after two Acts of 1941 will register with ,
and directors -
ed the following officers
Education from the Universityof
cancellations. the Clerk of the Circuit Court in 1!
II
60-61 :
for the Rotary year
,Florida.He Hi iburn. Hayes, and Pell dominated and for Palm Beach County, Florida Ii
is a veteran of World War 2 CARD OF THANKS I Dr. C. W. Kidder President,
,
both boards the of Publication
during receipt of proof I
and separated from the armed We wish to extend our sincere I Louis Kirchman. Vice President, upon :
was ficti-
game. of this notice, the j
:forces as a Major after four..years thanks to each and every person Lee Crawford, Secretary, Roy has scored 195 I
Alvy Early points tious name to wit: i
service. He was on the faculty of who was so kind during the illness Kimberly Treasurer. ;
and Thurman Kemp 179 to leadPahbkee's 'MERCURY PHARMACEUTICAL ,
Pahokee High School when he entered and ,death of our loved one. For ---hATTEND w- .. scoring.Mrs. I COMPANY ;
I
service in 1941. the cards and beautiful floral of-
WEDDING .. WHOLESALE RETAIL DEALER 1
Always interested in 'the coun- ferings we are deeply grateful. We -
Canal Point in business 1
Among those from under which I am engaged
ty's migrant workers, Michael is shall always remember these kind- Fern Frank and daughter,
who attended the wedding of Miss at Pahokee, Florida. '
now serving as. a Chairman of nesses. Bobbie Jo, accompanied by her
insaid 1
Joan Edenfield, a former residentof That the party interested
Palm Beach County's Migrant Aid Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Young mother Mrs. Marty Carstens, and
Canal Point, and Herbert Hades businesS is as follows: i
Committee.He and Family. house guest, Mrs.. William Shields -
at the Grace Methodist Church In JAN HAMILTON, Owner j
is a member of Carl Vogel- of Seattle Wash., spent the week-
Miami Saturday at 7130 p. m. were Pahokee County of Palm Beach,
Donald Lee Post No. American. end at Deland visiting her son,
:Mr. and Mrs. F M. Wilson, :Mr. Florida March 11, 1960.
'' of the Gulf-, the Methodist Church and residesat who is cadet in -
Legion; a,past master f Roger, a a military
Pharmaceu-
and Mrs. Jack Wilson and Mr, and Firm Name: Mercury
stream Masonic Lodge member of 304 Squth B Street, Lake Worth academy in that city. ::
tical
Mrs. H. C Hitchcock Company
the Lake Worth Scottish Rite with his wife, the former MarthaB. _
I .. Wholesale Retail
Bodies: Sem-I-No Grotto ;Mahi Tatom of Lake Worth, and their -
Shrine Temple.and the palm Beach four children, Jennifer 16, Anna Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson visit-I Richard Ogle of Canal Point is i Dealer <

County Shrine Club. i Lou 15. Billy 9 and -Jimmie 22 ed relatives In Fort Lauderdaleover a patient at the Coral Gables hos- BY JAN HAMILTON

Michael is an active mmeber of 1 I months "' ,. the weekend 'petal this week. I Pub: Mar. 11, 18, 25 April:1, 1960r



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I' [ PERSONAL: t NEWS NOTES J 1 1F :' ',-



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F Mrs. Lloyd Hundley and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs,Mack Jaudon of I
,. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Thompson -
: Harry McIntosh are spending the Atlanta, Ga., spent the weekend in I
(Barbara Otto) of Pahokee announce -
weekend in Lakeland and Tampa. Pahokee visiting his, brother-in-
.. I the birth of
.... ..F While In Tampa they will be the law and sister, Mr.and Mrs. Wiley a son Dale
i Ray at the Everglades MemorialHospital
guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Tillis. I
\ j March 6.
I
Shaughnessy.Mr. .' !
:Mrs. W. M. DuBose was the I-T14 a, K Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loggins

and Mrs. James Andrews of guest of Mrs. Ruth Swearington in (Linda Cardell) of Pahokee announce -
+I'
1 I West Palm Beach spent the weekend West Palm Beach over the week- the birth of a daughter

t here visiting his '''parents Mr, end.t' 'I 1 Cynthia Elaine at the Everglades

: .and Mrs. Glenn.Andrews.J I a Fu I I I Memorial Hospital March 4.
Mrs. Richard Brooks,', former
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St :Mr. and Mrs. charI; A. Bar- Pahokee resident, ,was the week i i
MARCH TO CHURCH
f'I field had.as guests over the week end guest of Mr and Mrs. Ralph [

end her brother-in-law and sister 0: Johnson.. I I The March to Church campaignI
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; Mr. and Mrs. Al Vallery of West 1 Mr. and Mrs. William. S. Pliimer i I s off to a good start.Twelve teams

Faun Beach. have as a guest her brother; Vance I I I have been formed from the people

Hadley, of Bellefontaine,' ,Ohio : of the First Baptist Church with
\ Mr. and Mrs. Jess Anderson of I the
They also had as guests the first I Deacons serving as Captains
r Wauchula and Avon Conn., visited I and the
t of the weep Charles Rooke and J. r, I men of the Brotherhood as
Mr. and Mrs. Philo B. 'Williamson Lieutenants.
Colville of Lyons;'N... Y." r, M. P. Stanley's team
t and Mrs. Lizzie, Kirkey here Mon.

t Mr. and Mrs.' 'C yde Clayton of. Meeting I

.day.Mrs Jasper Ala., are visiting her in the Sunday Services.
; W. L. Boatwright, accompanied brother-in-law and sister? Mrv and I ..
her sister :Mrs. Una Pee-
t by ''
4 Mrs., Leslie Angel;:.in Pahokee.Mrs. $32 FROM CORN SALE
i bles 'of Savannah, Ga; spent: the '

past week visiting relatives inl' Paul Rardin will be hostessto I Members of Pahokee Boy Scout

Clewiston.Mrs. members of the lone Patterson- Troop 628 netted $32 in their sale

l' Circle, Canal Point Baptist Wom I of sweet corn to raise funds for

Jess M. Elliott was the an's Missionary Society at the I their annual;Scout Social which

guest Tuesday through Thursday March meeting of the circle to be CYNTHIA TURBEVILLE AND CAROLYN MILLER, LONG I will be held this spring. the date
of, her brother-in-law :and : DISTANCE OPERATORS PICTURED ABOVE
sister II to be announced. Mrs. Roy Vande-
held at her home Monday'at 3 p. m.
I
l :Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde Harvey in If you have not received your book take your phone right off the grift Jr., and Mrs. Wheeler Lud-
Lakeland. hook dial then WYman Six Nine Oh One One and we'll beglad
t Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Powell haveas eight lam will serve as chaperones at
guests their duaghter.. Mrs. to'send you one t / the social.
Mrs.. C. A. Barfield visited her .
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Robert Lucas, and son, Martin ------------------------ ---------------------------- --+__---
mother :Arm C. L. McCoy and sist Alan, of Fort Led. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Salmon and Mrs. J. D. Latham Jr., of Co-
I Mr. and Mrs.' J. L. McCall have
er. Mrs. T. L. McDaniels in Lake ... Mr. and Mrs. J. Harvey of Okee-I coa, who has been visiting relatives

Worth Saturday. Mr and-Mrs. Roland Kahle haveas chobee, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. .D here, is a patient,at the Everglades returned from a visit with.relaUves

ct Mrs. W. N. Veal is substituting a guest her mother Mrs. V A.!I i I Pope here Sunday.f I Memorial Hospital j in Chicago, HI., and Atlanta, Ga.

I IJ Blanchard of Petoskey, Mich. They
for Mrs..J. M. Sapp as a school bus
also had as recent guests' Miss
J driver this week during! Mrs.Sapp's .
Louise Klump and Mrs. Christine dy dR.6 '.
:4nw.z.. .' .. .
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illness. +" Aa /acr
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'M eG +: : :
Johnson of Fort Wayne ,Ind.

Mrs. Helen Schroder will leave
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Gerber 'have
Saturday for a visit with Mrs. R.
returned to Lexington, Ky., after a
T. at St. .
Jermyn Petersburg.Mr.
visit here with their soninlawanddaughter

and Mrs. Geo. B. Ramey expect Mr. and *Mrs. Curtischase.

to have as weekend guests --4
their son-in-law and Mr ft
daughter.
r, Mrs. Violet White
superintend-
i iJ iT
and Mrs. Hugh G. ,Miller ,m of :
Cocoa. lent of nurses at the Everglades

Memorial Hospital, is expected to 4 T
Mr. and Mrs.,, E. A. Tillman had return to Pahokee this weekend ; ;

as guests Sunday their sons and from Los Angeles, Calif.,' where

daughters-in-law( Mr. and Mrs. she was called by the death of her

Sidney Tillman and family of :MIami (cousin, Mrs ,Isabelle Ferguson. : L ,
'S ,,, and .Mr..and'Mrsr-Eniea r A.j.'While in Los Anglees' Mrs:! White : ,,"

Tillman, Jr., and son, Ernest A., was the house guest of Mrs. Edna J

HI, of South Bay; 'their son-in-law I Glassbrook. + 35 i pp

and daughter Mr., and Mrs. Bu- S ,
ford Justice of Jupiter and Charlie Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp of Canal

l ,Erwin of Miami. Point are both patients at the *5 ** 55 4 5 S55 S '? .

r' Everglades Memorial Hospital this ;
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Groff have week. Mr. Sapp is scheduled to : .

returned to their home in Continental undergo surgery. Vin: a:

t Ohio, after a visit with her Y

brothers and ;isters-in-law, Mr. :Mrs. William Shields of.Seattle, .Y A 9 *,

and'Mrs. Claude L. Shirley and Mr. Wash., house guest of her sister 1 a sv=

I and Mrs. Lynn L. Shirley in Pa- Mrs. Marty Carsteins is being

hokee. honored this week at various par-
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ties. Among hostesses entertainingin 1, :.<

------.-- compliment, to ,Mrs. Shieldsare
r"S :
I &
Mrs. Frank Friend, Mrs. J. T.

Platt, Mrs. Nola B. Smith and Mrs.

H elen Schroder. J4' 55 Y

Mr. and Mrs. Clinton G. Coburn

had as guests at their Port Mayaca

home Mr.,and Mrs. Abbott L. De-

Roo. of Winthrop Mass. '

Ronnie Hitchcock has returnedto
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his studies at The Citadel, Char- y

leston, S. (X, after a'visit with his ,

parents Mr. and Mrs. C..H. Hitchcock .
in Canal Point. .. .

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Mrs. Bertha Is-: Starling of San-; : ',' '

ibel Island who has been visitingher : ; Every : :
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I is- : telephone
soh-in-law: an .
xs and'Jr rs. ,W.D. Howard, and family .
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in Pahokee, is, a patient at '
Everglades Memorial Hospital this : is important us. ,. .

'N1TEL1 week.; ; .
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pt'sua aY Mrs. Anna Keene has returned to "- Suzy's 'toy telephone is important to'her just as your phone':
F
: { her home at Wlnter"Park, after a S
lBU visit with her son and daughter- i: ,is important to you. /
-
APRIL 18 in-law Mr. and Mrs. Leland Keene, ., .'
i and family ate Pahokee. :-:. ,To us, every phone is important because we know how
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: much good telephone service means to our ,customers. .
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hatton Sr. .' '
had as guests over the weekend .. ;' -
Whenever phone needs' (and that doesn't happen .
their son and daughter-in-law. Dr. a repairs
tv, Do & .
ls#&2nd RACES w and Mrs. R. Lester Hatton, and S \:; often), we fix it promptly-often before the customer even .

Mrs. Byron Reuthain of Miami. knows anything is wrong. : .

Mr and Mrs..J.. S. Atkins visited .

their son-in-law and Daughter,Mr. And there's never a ,charge for repairs, either. It's just I.,

5' 455S and :Mrs. Gary Shelby in West rr another plus you get from your telephone service. .

t .: Palm Beach Sunday While there 4 r -
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I ;; they also visited Anderson Chas- ., : ,.

I tam o who is ,a patient at Good t '
Ii Samaritan Hospital. S You will get the full'benefit ... $
i : I
kL-i wfcen the 10%Federal Tax oa f_' Souftiotrn Deli
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Mrs. c. T. Santee 'visited her Telephone Service en+ored. : ,
'>'< brother-in-law and sister Mr. and \.
-. ) M f Ala Fi t e
r :Mrs. Martin Deibold, at Hollywoodthe l ,

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{ i I Sixth Graders -
I BapthtGroupln'Aura

t Go To See MacBetlu
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ServiceThe -
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, i. Ten Sixth Grade students at the
/ Canal Point School accompaniedtheir

.' February meeting of the 'Canak teacher Mrs. Mildred Lar-

':: mint; .Baptist WMS..was held rick, to Miami to see a performance -

at. the Church Feb.29 at 8 p.,m. of Macbeth" at the University -

f,. __ Mrs. J. S. Atkins and>Irs. T. D. of Miami's Ring Theater as a
,
l Mullin ,were/'In charge of the pro supplement to their stuy of Shake-

f gram, which consisted of the completion spearean''drama at the school. The

. ,... ...' of the included Josephine Young:
; t. A i'I study of the mission group
;, ; hie ,CJ ...... ...,
I Canal PL .Missionary Methodist j11I6 I book Reaching Rural Churches' by Wanda Thomas, Betty Goodson

"*"' J T. Gillespie. Mrs. 'D.. P. Hughes I Eddie Upthegrove, Johnny Moa-
Baptist. Church Canal Point a Group Of Canal i feint
,. c was in charge of the' Devotional ingo, Buddy Olsen, Allen Hitchcock -
'
IUv. Charles -D. Stewart Pastor Robert ---- Pastor IP.: available Period.and assisting her were :Mrs. Bill Iris, Walter Webb and
A. Shelley, Spiritual treasures ,ate.
. S. A. Nail Mrs. H. G. Jack Yoemans. Others accompanying -
SUNDAY Rodgers and
: SUNDAY: to all-this is a theme;'of.the;Les-
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School '10:00 a. m.-Church School sonSermonentitled. "Substance"to Mrs.; F. F. Burr who made up ja them to the theatre were Mrs.

f '' 11:00 ,a. nxrMornlngWonhip read Christian panel and read selections from the Winnie Plank Jim Pope Josephine
;
: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Wonldp' be at Science
6:30 p. nv, -TxeSs&g Union.- _6:30 p. --Youth'Fe3lowahip .- services. Sunday. Scriptures as ach woman read Crouch Earl and Judy Plank, all
'
" 7:30 .p. mr-.tEvening Worship '1:30.p. m.-Eveaiing Worship The divine ,source ''bf'. truer substance her Scriptures she pined a piece.of of Lake Harbor, and Carolyn Rash-

I. WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: .. '. will-be brought out in pass puzzle' to a poster, and when the ley of Belle Glade.... .

7:30: p. m.-Prayer. Meeting.' 3:15 p.,m.Youth Choir practice 'ages.: to be read from the ,Bible, poster: was completed the effect; I

TUESDAY: : .including the following: was' a rural church, with the fol- Show Boat
CoiningTo
:.iXoly JSFativityEpiscopal 8:00 p., m.-W: mat!'. .Society ,j "Treasures of wickedness profit lowing rlpt re written below the

tat.Tuesday nojthing:. but righteousness da iv., picture. : "I was glad when they '
,
:: rch 2nd MONDAY \ ,' l ereth from death. The Lord'will: said Unto toe.. Let us go into the Musicarnival I
house of the Lord."
Pahokee t 7:30; p.:m.-Esther Class meelingWEDNESDAY not suffer the soul,of the righteousto
Mrs. ' : famish eh
.; : but he 'CJYI away
.. 'I'. M. Wendell.'HaTlin, vicar T:30 p. m.-Prayer Ueetti. g 'the substance of the wicked.. .' over the ,,business session. The all time favorite "ShoBoat"

SUNDAY: .. The blessing of the> Lord, it maketh '6 'The'\VtS' is.observing the Weekof opens the final week.of One:: 1

10 a. m.--Sunday, School First BaptistChnrch9 rich; und he,addeth no sorrow'with Prayer for Home Missions this current: Musicarnival season next
11 a.,ml:--Wordilp. Service ? week March 7tti through March'lith : Tuesday ,Yai'cl115, with Claire I
it" (Proverbs 10:2. 3, 2 ). '
L Pahokee From ""Science- 'and Health: with with:all meetings to'be at the Alexander and Earle :MacVeigh in

:first r.Ie.tJtqijSt( :- Key to the Scriptures"" by ;Airy ,Church.; The theme for the week the starring roles.
"_ Rev. James: E. Boyd, pastor I is "Behold,Your God." Based on the popular Edna Fer-
the!
: Baker Eddy following wily: be
:- '.Church/Pahokee' SUNDAY SERVICES Novel
: ber "Show Boat" overflows
\, read $ 51:14): Man! walks in the
' 9:45 a. xn.-Sunday School. with the Jerome Kern-Oscar Hahi-
; .
' direction towards which he looks, Baptist Women In .
: Rev. dare s. Hall 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship mez tein songs "Only Make Believe -
and where his treasure is then
,
SUNDAY: -.-:6:45 p. .-Training Union Monthly Meeting ," "Old Man River," "WhyDo
will his heart :i>e also. If our hopes
\9:45 a.: u.Church School 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship .. I Love You," "Can't Help Loving -
t,, and,affections are spiritual, they
11:00 a. m--Morning Worship WEDNESDAY: ./"The World is' Our Heart" was That Mart," "You Are Love,"
from
from be- I
above not
come ,
V' .- 6:45 p. m -MYF 8:00 p. m>i-Prayer Meeting.The :the theme''' of a Girls Auxiliary and many more.
I' neath, and they:bear as of old the
, .. 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship I I fruits coronation service conducted by! This lovely romance of life on I
,of the Spirit"World
... TUESDAY: Church Of God .- .. the.Palm-Laktf: Baptist Association the Mississippi show boat Cotton
: 7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir practice at ,the Pahokee First Baptist Blossom also features an all-star

F... Of Prophecy, Pahokee Missions To Church. supporting cast of Musical favo .

;': WEDNESDAY: A huge white heart centered rites-Joan Kibrig, Tom Williams

( 7:45 p m.-Mid-week devotions Canal Point Road 'with a world of green 'and gold Lynn Osborne, Al Medinets and

." I 8:30 p. m,-Senior Choir prac- John H. 'Kinard, pastor !Be Talked April 5-7 formed the setting for the service.On Lucille Benson.Musicarnival's.

.t ticCanal -. 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School ,either side were banks of fern current production -
.
.
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service Florida Baptists first World and yellow hibiscus blossoms and of "Naughty Marietta," with
I
?:. Point First ," : 7:45 p. m..EvangeUS.tic' : Service Missions Conference .will be held candelabras bearing'white tapers Robert Rounseville and Claire Al-

&11 ., Church '8:00 p. m. Tuesday...:.V. L. B., at the First BapUsO Church, Daytona -i which 'were lighted by Ginger, exander in the starring roles, continues -

Baptist 0 8:00: p. m. Thursday W. M B. Beach, April: 5-7. in connec- Willis and. Julia' .Johnson of Paho nightly through, Sunday,

_;. Elder R. K.Barfield Everyone 'wel ome. Special music tion with the annual meeting oi kee March 13. Harry Theyard replaces
i and s1ng1Dg. r 'Mrs. William Hoss, Associational Rounseville for the last three
( Baptists' Woman's 'Missionary Un
! SUNDAY: I '
",J bout GA director, introduced'Mrs. H. C. performances Saturday and Sunday 1
10:00 a. mv-Sunday School ,according;to Jlfias. Josephine I '
pannier, 'Associational WMU president March 12 and 13. _
Jones executive
11:00 I ; '.secretary, o*
a. m. Morning Worship Church Of God -
.I Woman's Union. and ,Mrs. 4. J. Carter who Performances at Musicarnival
' Missionary
7:00 C
p.m.-B.-T.
". i.- I, Barfield : gave the GA girls. earning honors ;are Tuesday through Friday ;i at
Highway
This is :
; : 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship expected; to be the largest ;
their As Mrs. M. P. Stanley 8i30: '. two 'Saturday
\ WEDNDESDAY: .- gathering 'of Florida Baptists. charge: : p. m., showS every

r: 7:30 m.-Midweek Prayer .9i5'A.: M,. Sunday School eVer held. I .J ,organist, played. soft music, : at 6 p.'DL and 9:30 p. m.. and
p.
f :the.honorees, marched -down the &iadayt "l'; ..m..
Featured
Service 11:00 A. M Morning Worship on the"program wUl be
..
.
aisle/to -
awards.
:,_ 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: 7:00 P. Mv-.L. ,W. W. B. (Par-, Dr. Baker James Cauthen, eXecutive receive their

:;, 7:30 p. m.. -:Ladles Auxiliary sonage) secretary of the-Foreign Mis- .Mary tLynn Crabtree of West Basket Tourney At

. :Meeting.TheJPahokee .' 7:30 P. Evening-Wonsiiip sion Board, and Dr. 'C9 rts Red- Palm Beach was recognized as I feiewiston
.. queen; Dorothy Batchelor, Pam' Complete }
r' 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prays, Meet- ford, executive secretary of the
4 Boe and Lawanda: Edxnondson, all ,
,tog Home Mission Board of the South
Church of Pahokee: as' Servingas Both the Pahokee Senior High
7:30 P. M. FridayChildren'sChurch em Baptist-Convention.Mrs. J. H. ; princesses.
flower and bearer Blue Devils and the ClewistonTimers'
girl 'crown
: -F-9f The Nazarene Lockhart president of Woman's '
;;<-"-,,.':..r. .( 7SO P. M,-Friday-.P.B. I Missionary Union of Florida, will were Debbie Nemec and Jimmy were eliminated in the first .

,-/'r : 71 Bacom Point.Road ..... preside over the meetings. Nemec of West Palm Beach' Laura round'of the Group 8-B basketball
:
_. Charles F. Crauswell, Pastor Boyd of Pahokee, was queen in ser- tournament held in Clewiston last
: Other foreign mission board
per
St. Mary's Catholic vice,with Vicki Poteete of Paho Weekend.in .
. Phone 7528 P. 0. Bas 882 sonnel includes Dr. Cornell Gosr-.
,4 SUNDAY SERVICES: ChurchFather her, Dr. Rogers Smith, Dr. Winston + keg,,her'flower girl;Barbara Grace the first round, played Thursday

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Crawley, Dr.. Elmer West, of i of Lake Worth was queen regiment night Pinecrest defeated Pa-
in service. hokee, 50-41, and Coral Shores
, 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. David Cronin Richmond, and Dr. Carlton Whir- S
Each of the GA honored downed Clewiston, 41-37.
6:30 p. m.--Juniors. SUNDAY MASSES Dr girls n
and Mrs
ley, William, Gaventaof
7:00 p. rav -Sunoay Eveateg First two masses of the month the coronation service related some In the finals Saturday night the
.. Nigeria,and Valdo Long of Eku,
Evangelistic. Service. 11:04Other Nigeria of the work she Had done to receive Okeechobee Brahmans, trailing by

WEDNESDAY: Sundays at 7:50. Home board sUch a 'high honor.. The queens two points at the halftime, came
Missionary
7:30 p. nv ifidweek' Brayer person- were presented with gifts from to life in the second half and chalk
nel includes Dr.-Fred Mosley and
meting."Where St. Peter's Lutheran Dr. Billy Hargrove in 'addition to their'sponsoring WMU in appreciation ed up 'an easy 74-50 victory over
you.are ,,a stranger bat .of.their.work. Miami Military Academy.

'.._ ..-; Church, :Belle Glade; Redford.tive secretary Dr. John of the Maguire Florida execu-Baptist .Following,, the, service a reception -.- Y

=- was,held_|n the fellowship hall Mr and Mrs. L. D. Echols'had
i WSW: Erwin J. Baumgarti" C nvention'Will'reDt'e8ent. state with members of the Pahokee as guests over the weekend -Mr.
LlStiitgs: For. : ..,Pastor I I missions._ -I I
Daily 'Devotions ,1 601.W. Lake Rd. BeSe<3Ha. SUNDAY
.:, Divine Services_11'A. M. hold methods conferences and their! --r.. .... .. ._, ,. .j jI.
annual election of- officers will
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take place. Mrs. William McMur-
Devotion Broadcast
the Daily over .
( Radio Station WSWN ending.May. ... c., ray, of.the Southern Baptist Woman's -

r 13. 1960. WSCS Stud y:, Luke's Missionary Union, Birmingham -
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l Baptist Belle Glade.. Portrait Of Christ" a&ng{ with';fir,:;Czr1Bates; pastor,
First Baptist..,Church 'Cnarlotie
March 21-25, Rev. Kenneth ,
Price, 'Nazarene, Belle 'Glade. The Pahokee Methodist WomI V. C. \

March 28-April 'l.First' Baptist 'S'Soclety"of.Chriatian Service,is Special conferences on mission

Church, Belle' Glade. conducting a spiritual life study of education,. laymen's work. Royal

April '4-8L Rev., Lee, W. Rua tin, "Luke's Portrait of Christ" at the Ambassador leadership, new mis..

Methodist. Belle4 Glade church during.March with classes lions and'church, and the Forward O\VNED AND OPERATED B Y'MO&E THAN I
Friday from 9:30 to U a: Program of Church Finance will
.. April 11-15, Rev. Edward Strainer every mThe I 120 O FLORIDA CATTLEMEN
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?r-. April 18-22.: ; Re!., John Petrie, taught by ,Mrs,, Robert C. tto':1'1: WE WORK' VO. THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF

L Episcopal, Clewiston. WSCS secretary of'spiritual,. ,, Ireland SubjectOf CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES.... "

April 25-29, Dr: Lighten Scott.. assisted by Mrs. J.A.-Phillips,Mrs.
Presbyterian;, Belle Glade J; V. Thomas, Mrs. E. A. Jensen I Sorority Chapter WE ADVERTISE FOR OOMI'ETmVE BUYER PARTI

:May 2-6/Rev. James Boyd'Baptist and Mrs. Ralph 0. Johnson. Mrs;I I CITATION, AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE! '

;, Pahokee." C. C Lemonda, is in charge of arranging ; ) presented subject,of, a MARKET WHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH

May 9-13, Rev. August Koerber, the worship center for the i program by Mrs. Imfr CONFIDENCE '

Lutheran ,Belle Glade. weekly classes I 'gene Scott at the meeting of the
.' XI Alpha Mu Chapter, Beta Sigma
( Glades Livestock Market Ass'n '
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,' NEW SHIRLEY HOMEA I Mr.; and Mrs. Thomas Arnold of Phi Sorority. at the home' of Mrs.llarjorie .

permit taken out.PaJiokee Winter Garden were, weekend > Mock ,who as ,hostess
ON PAIIOKEE-BELLE GLADE! ROAD
city hall 'this week for 35000.00 guests of her brother and' sisf er- used the St. Patrick's Day theme -
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was for a new home for Mr. :and in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chas- in the decorations, in keeping with PHONE WY 8-H18 GEORGE YOUNG MANAGER

Mrs. Claude Shirley., The location tain and visited another brother, the program. It was announced

is)immediately,:north of,the Harry Anderson Chastain at,Good Samaritan the chapter's .next social meeting SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. t

:McIntosh home on' Bacom Point I Hospital in West Palm win be at the home of the. president j,

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I:' Page Bight The Everglades>News, Canal Point; Florida: Friday. March 11. I960

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Boy touts) TTharik.._-. -. ,jl THEY HEAD THE CANCEL.DRIVEHeading I TEACHERS': Tommie,COURSEMrs Lee DuBose_ Mrs.I i kee Mrs.resident W. A. Howell now living former in i Paho-Wesi '
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i-,; All In Corn Sale jE 4: ...xtf..t /,* Imogene Scott and Mrs. Sarah i Palm Beach was the guest-of_Mr. ,
; ? y ; I fifth teachers at and Mrs.'John D. Rogers at Paho-
'. Thomas grade
k'! Boy Scouts of Troop 628 would yA "::":..i+./.I' I the Pahokee Elementary School kee on Thursday and Friday of

: like to say thank you to Mr. Lloyd ':.. ':'< : are taking a teachers course in be- last week.

t' Hundley and Mr. Bob Apelgren fort : ?rl. ginner's Spanish, preparatory to
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the corn they donated for the past , = two Saturdays also to the kind I .;f''>.g., : I next year.,They are.attendJg night Public notice la hereby givenof the
;$: intention of the undersigned to re&1at.ftWith
.:- ,; S people who purchased the com ,3::t:'$1.iwP:.,. i classes in Spanish at the Palm the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
when we had our sales. At the last tr I. I Beach High School annex every Palm Beach County. Florida pursuantto
section 65.09.. Florida statutes of
i: .-' sale Bnice..Boynton gave free pony :A ." !i I Wednesday for 15 consecutive 1041. the fictitious name to-wlt:
', rides to customers who purchased 't..tf; weeks. BROADWAY AUTO SALES ,
under which I am doing business at
I; .' 'corn. Both sales. were" most suc- 2401 Broadway. West palm Beach.
r }\.. cessful. I Florida.
WEATHERAt DWIGHT UcOARY
:.: On Tuesday night a troop committee ; -
Publish: Mar. 4. 11. 18, 25. 1960
: meeting was held at the '
U. S. Sugar Plant Field
". NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
'" home of Committeeman Wheeler '
Station at Canal Point. NAME LAW
:,. a. Ludlam. Eleven committeemen tT Date Temp. Rainfall Public Notice Is hereby given that
'" were present. Refreshments of the undersigned intend to register with
' max. min. Inches the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm '
; coffee and cake were served'after I March '2 82 58 .00 Beach County Florida. In compliance
" ,'. the.meeting by'Mrs. Ludlam. I f with Section 865. 09. Florida Statutes of
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March 3 76 52 .00
1957. the fictitious trade name of
A Court of Honor was held at the
March 4 61 43 .02 INDIAN MOUND NURSERY under
i.S:"', '" Presbyterian Church in Belle which we are engaged In business at
March 5 65 42 .00 930 Northwest 4th Street Belle Glade.
r; Glade ,Thursday nghL It was
on
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be
'" attended by 'Committeeman Lud up the{annual Cancer Crusade in keel i Mayor C.. FOUNTAIN
;/, lam and family. Troop 628 extends' S.,Parrish chairman for the drive,- and Mrs:,Lloyd Hundley, director March. 72' 48 .00 Thadd Whidden W. C, CAPEL

: their congratulations to the boys of the Palm Beach County! Cancer unit. Mrs.\Ruby Tucker was rtamed. March 8. 68 50 .00 Attorney for Applicant
f' : ,Normal March Rainfall 2.73. P. O. Box 395
v 621 chairman for Canal.Point but a picture not avalalle. .
: ., receiving awards and to Troop i was Pahokee. Florida
f Mar. I960 rainfall to date .02.
; .' for the splendid they have -------- Publish: Feb. 28, March 4. 11. II. I960.t .
Ft. \ work --- ---:'"--::------ ------------\-----

,..J done in their first year. CONCERT MONDAY NIGHT WEEK OF PRAYER, --
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c'. : .. Reported by Wayne The Pahokee High School Band Canal, Point Baptist-Wom I M rIll. u H fl 1 1111111111111111111111111111111111 .

Ludlam. under the direction of Bandmaster an's Missionary Society in observing -
I i' Robert O. Lamp will present a a week of'prayer with special THEATRES
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USDA Official To- concert in the high school auditor- I meetings the church each day
ium Monday at 8 p. m. as the pro- I Monday' through Friday. The

(continued from page 1) I gram for the March meeting of the : theme of the observance is ''Be .P R IN C E LAKE DRiVE-IN- ,
1.1'- .* During his visit to the Everglades Parent-Teacher'Association. hold Your God." Leaders'at the five

i.,$ area he will confer with ref Bandmaster Lamp an official meetings this week are Mrs. J. D. Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road _

search scientists at the U. S. of the Florida Bandmasters Association I Latham, Mrs. D. T. Hughes, Mrs. ft -. mm* w mmmt mmm

Sugarcane Field Station at Canal will serve as an adjudicator -I I and'S.. Evans "- -2 WQ FEATURES -

f ? Point and the Everglades Experiment in the District 5 Band Contestat i : -r- SUNDAY. IIONDAY. TUmDA'W
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,'. Station at Belle Glade. Lake Wales, March 12, and In I 5- : T- -NDAY/TOISDAY HA.RCiu 13-1'-15

:::... The Everglades USDA Club, the District 7 contest at Fernan-1 I, HOSTESS TO SORORITY? MARCH 13-14-15
sponsor: of Dr. Rodenhiser's'' visit, dina Beach March 26. It. I Mrs. Ralph Stanley was hostess SIT HAPPENED '.

f. was organized recently to stimu- -- I I members. of the Xi Beta Tau ''Y"ll' stone Hell TO JANE" -
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._ late and increase: knowledge of the 'GARDEN CLUB TO MEET Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi; Sorority ,1 Y DORIS JACK LEMMON
DAY
,: work of the department among The Canal Point Garden Club I at a bridge party at her home on I I .
I AND ERNIE KOVACS
r: J: employees of the Glades area and will meet Tuesday, March 15th at Bacom Point goad.' Prizes were CLINT WALKER, EDWARD ., ,
'; assist through personal contact in 3 P. :M. at The Community Buildbig. -j i I awarded: 'to Mrs. W. O. Moss, Mrs. BXRNES AND JOHN AJ O -
RASCAlSft
g:. the interpretation to the public of :Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux Mrs. O. i I Harold Wilkinson, Mrs. Paul Watson RUSSELL "LITrLE r4:

S,J.: the department's many services in H. Chastain and,Mrs. Paul Rardin'will .I'I Mrs C.tE.VUUam and Mrs. -. VARu.1.s" ;...

S the promotion of agriculture., Club be hostesses. Joe C. Parker. It t t t 1 1 1 t tIt,, 1 i i i.;.,;,,j,,;, tIt, l 5, 1 ,;,,;, i,\.;. t : \ i \ t .. ,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I
7 it .r officers are Don W. Fishier president i ..z t
Weldon Cardin vice president .- ---- -- -.. ----- "
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'':<',, ; Dorothy O'Neal secretary; \ '..
> ... A ..J. Little treasurer; B. A. Belcher Ail & temptnture made to order-;:tor an-wMttnr comfort. See Tim tioah Shore Chevy.Show m color Sundays"NBC-TV*.Pit Boost Cbevy Showroom Mkly ABC-TV .

IJo ...' *, program chairman; Robert I .'. ...::.... ........' ,.............w........' '," w...........................:.... ....:...... ..........:. -

r Hellwig, membership; E. K'; Todd : .' .
educational welfare; and P. H. ':, -' >

t;, S Dunckleman, tell wshhip. "
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,. of Alloway, New Jersey announce /y Ott vkH
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t:', Evelyn Laura,of 3121 N. W.. First "S !

:; ,_ ,Street, Miami, to Hal Burkett ." >.. t
b.: : ''Rosenberg! son. of Mrs. Harold t ; ;.
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berg, of 1509 Eighteenth ,Avenue r

y North Lake Worth Florida.

N Miss Riddle is a graduate of 1 ia. -- l 1 1S
;1 Woodstown High School and the

:Memorial Hospital School of Nurs- _

ing In Wilmington Delaware. She 'S...,.. -_ Sa
5' 5 'S has been residing in,,Miami for'the S S. S -

,\: past year and is currently employed ....
:, at Victoria Hospital.. ; I
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;Pahokee High School attended the t

University'of Miami,and served, in '. :. 1I ,
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Germany [ OPEN THE ONE-PIECE TAILGATE-SEETHEWIDE _
Army. "He is employed, by the '

';. American Oil Company ori the .t" : : ,
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.iMJ.#. ned.A. -June wedding ,fcjk. being?plan" I l, ; .SID I :: ,, ; 4

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guest this week her sister, Mrsi. ; ...

Clara_ Eden..of<.Atlanta,. Ga. ..... .,: Chevy wagons are widest where wagons ailows5more room, for bulky loads. .Widest ,
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: > should be-with the widest seating, the choice of engines and transmissions

,TO NOTICEOF REGISTER INTENTION FICTITIOUS' widest cargo space and the widest choice combinations in all, to give you peak performance -

NAME ," ,4:; of power teams in the low-price field. with any land of load.0 Full Coil .

Notice is hereby given that the: "' Check'any of the five handy, handsome springs.that ride right loaded.or light- *!

undersigned under the provisions i new models at your dealer's. You won't no other wagon near Chevy's price and size

of.Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida find these versatile advantages in .any gaits the bumps with coil springs at all four See Corvair for the wide, wide difference .

Acts of 1941 will register with I .-'.' % other wagon near Chevy size and price! wheels. i More road and ramp clearance .
in
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in .1-" ._ compact cars
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: Widest seating, front an d'up toyou can r'-fiiJl' loads over bumps and
and for Palm Beach County Flor- Every C orvairgcvesyou a fold-down rear
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r: '", a full 3.1 inches wider in front up to 43 grades without scraping bumpers. B Truly .
ida of of Publication -
upon receipt proof seat for extra storage space mat not a .
inchainthcrau.OWidestcaigoarea-the model with
practical cr: roomy
of this notice the fictitious R:
'. .load 5)4 third seat penny extra. And this is only'one of .'"
name to-wit: ": platform's a whopping feet wide rear-facing .
It YATES & ELLIOTT ORGANIC designed for, a wider variety of cargo. and electric roll-down C1lEJ'1IOlET 1 many advantages you'll fad in no other 1

ri;< FERTILIZER COMPANY ; .Widest area between wheel housings- rear window. compact car in. the land '
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ELLIOTl'.JR.. Owners. :,: : -. : .. .- :
Pahokee, County .of.PaInt Beach, :: '

Firm Florida Name February: *Yates 19, 1960.and EIUottOrganic' ':c. ;; Stanley Chevrolet, Inc. .' J ,; .

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Fertilizer Company :

By Walter Yates and B. Elliott;Jr.Pub. : : :, Phone 593 Pahokee, Florida .;t ..; : {.

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