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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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\ I March 18, 1960 ,PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN' .

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iuii0ii0iJunior; i Musicians Will.B. Two desRoads i Commissioner Rardin City Asks Lease

Heard March 22 Has No Opposition

Team .In PlansThe i PahokeeHarbor
High On
c The District Three Contest for Priihary I County Commission Chairman
soloists and ensembles
of the Paho-
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I Paul Rardin of Canal Point will
kee School Band\viu be held
High
,The Pahokee Junior High basketball county commission Monday be Automatically nominated In the The Pahokee City Council in'
team, winner of the Glades In high school auditorium Tuesday, gave formal approval of its primary Democratic primary on May 3 and regular session :Monday night call-
March 22, starting at 10 a. m., according -
junior high tournament and run and secondary road programs elected in the general election in ed for bids for the lease of Paho
ner-up: in Palm Beach County junior / to Bandmaster Robert O. .for the year; and ordered the November as a result of no opposition kee Harbor. Only one application
." high tournament, division B Lampi. The contest judge will be i resolution seiit to the State. Road ,appearing against him when for the lease of the harbor was
finals,' was honored at a '.banquetin' Jack Williams, band director at Department. qualifications closed at noon Tues- submitted, Sam Berry's. The Coun-
the Winter Park
the Community Building at Ca- Senior High Primary road plans call for four- day. No opponent qualified on cil voted to study Berry's bid be-

nal Point, with mothers of players School. laning U. S. No. 1 at Delray Beach, either the Democrat or Republican fore making a decision. In the
Soloists from the PHS Band who
t acting as hostesses.The I Boynton Beach, from Boynton ticket against the veteran commissioner meantime Jean Bacon whose leaseon
banquet table, decorated will take part in. the contest are ;Beach to Lantana and,/from Nottingham who is in his sixteenth the operation of the harbor was
Karen Adams baritone horn Bon-
with flower arrangements school ; i Boulevard to Belvedere I year of service on the board. cancelled bjjr the Council at Ba-;
nilu Lair flute Robert
colors of blue and white, had as a ; Lamp I Road in West Palm Beach. Commenting upon the wonderful con's request, will continue to
:, centerpiece a large cake decorated Jr.. trombone; Rebecca Grimes and Other road projects included compliment paid him with no opposition serve as harbor master until a new

in, school colors, also, and a miniature Alice Elaine Hurt, piano;. Sandra I State Road 15 between Pahokee appearing from either lease takes over the harbor opera-
!' > basketball court completewith Lampi, Yvonne Thompson and I and Belle Glade; SR 707 from Martin party, Rardin said: "I am deeply tions. ,
players; officials and coach. Dorothy Batchelor, baton'twi 'llng. I County line to State Road No. grateful to my friends and neigh- Bids were also opened for the
On display were 'all-star trophies Only one ensemble from the PHS i 5; SR 700 front Canal Point east bors for this display of confidenceand furnishing of gasoline and oil tot
t. won by individual players and the Ban I

JayCee trophY presented to, tli team for winning the Glades tourn- Sassar Dorothy Hatton and Jane Estate in Palm Beach to Boynton even a better commissioner than in I bids of Orange State Oil Company ,

ament. Ryals. ,:Inlet; SR 7, 9-mile extension from the past." [.to furnish' gasoline at a cost of
( Members of the' team honored The public- is..invited. to attend. Okeechobee Road, to Beeline Highway 0.2058 per gallon and Sinclair Re-
i were John Pell and Harold Peacock ; four lane approaches and fining Company to furnish oil for .
Cattlemen Held
1 named as all-tournament Officer Slate To bride on 'SR 802 in Lake Worth; $4.50 a case. '
-. players;Billy Kennedy, Chuck Pell, four lane sections of Military I I A request by Tuiiney Murphyfor

Donald'' Windham, Joe Davis, Dor- Trail; new bridge over the inland Meet Monday Nite a special rezoning of his property -. .
sey Thompson, Keith Padgett.. Be Offered PTA. waterway at Boca Raton and_four I I on Barfield Highway from the
Harry Cunninghamand: John Bennett lane Seaboard Overpass on State present agriculture classificationto

r f' Cru third, team manager. Each W. O. (Bill) Moss, president of Road 80 in West Palm Beach. A meeting of the Palm Beach I commercial (C.1) was received, ..
was' presented with a colored picture they Pahokee,Parent-Teacher In the secondary requests County Cattlemen's Association I and .City, Clerk Patsy Batchelor"irasauthorized l

k of the team'and its coach,,BohMaxson.rwith datiqn,.at"the.'Maxell meeting call for.fojwJ; t6g sectionsofMilitary'ih wa4held attMounts, BuildingWetPantlBeach'Mondajr : : advertise: or 3i.;
': :thefctraphlei' .,lt,'won' 1ii the-high'school: auditorium ASSO-j :! lriramc'lights at ;: hlght,March : public-fiearingron'th1s'' topased'ere ,
f{ during,the:"past'season. ,.' "day night,:'named'K e Scott, SR'80 ahdJR807 and the RoyalPark.'Bridge'in 14th at 7:30 with President Fritz zoning. '
Adults the banquet :West Palm Beach Stein Jr. presiding A beef stew :
attending Hugo- Boe l.{ Roy Elliott! Gross, city engineer reported -
L, were Coach Bob, :Maxson and ,hispatents Jr., and.Mrs. 'Sears on a committee and "'for right of way and survey;II dinner was served, courtesy of the plans for proposed reStrooms
Mr. and :Mrs. R. J. Max- to nominate' a new slate of map for State Roads 15 and 715 at j Cattlemen's Association" .,' at the Boy Scout Beach and

son, ,Principal and, :Mrs. Brooks officers for the 1960-61 school year. Pahokee. Y j A panel discussion was held on i Public Picnic Grounds north of Pa-
iti.<' Henderson and parents of players, The committee will report its recommendations I I the subject -"Evaluation of Agricultural hokee Harbor have been submittedto

'l including :Mr. and Mrs. Ray at the April 0.1th Local4-H Girls ToGo I Land for Tax Assess U. S. Army Engineering Corps.
t Mr. and Mrs. Normans The is furnishing -
'Thompson, meeting, following which the for a permit. city
.Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. CUn- election of officers will Annual 'be Representatives I the plans for the rest rooms

ningham, Mr. and Mrs. C. W Pell, i To Area MeetingJanette ', I f r which are to be built with funds

F Mr and.Mrs. Register 'Windham, I held.The.. monthly attendance awards David Stewart as speakers. II |{l contributed by civic groups and

t, :Mrs.. Billie Joe Peacock, Mrs. Perry' I were won by Mrs. Frances White- I I Dr. Herbert Chapman. Chair- individuals, if the permit is grant-

r ,Peaden,,Mr: and :Mrs. Claude Pad side's .Fourth 'Grade room at the and Nan.cy Harrington, man Program Committee, introduced ed.Authorized
gett and'Mr. and Mrs. f Assisting the mothers with the Ninth Grade at the high schooL Harrington of Canal Point, will be President, Fla. State Cattlemen's salary increase to Jerry Rutherford -
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dinner arrangements were Mrs: the six girls who will an' employee of the water-
I The meeting was opened by the among rep- Association, Okeechobee; .June I I .
; Nell Hollon.and Mrs..Meg Graham. Pahokee Senior Girl Scout, Troop resent Palm Beach County at the GUnn, Secretary,'Fla.:/State Cattle I works department.
which led In the pledge to the flag 4-H Club Area Demonstration.Day men's Association, Kissimmee, and i I ...

Methodist; RevivalToStartMarch20 and the singing of "America." The to; be held Saturday, March 19, in County Commissioner, Lake L,ital.i j
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lExaltedRuler
} Rev.. James.E. Boyd, pastor of the the Mounts Agricultural; Building James Herring discussed the ]I
First Baptist Church, gave the de- I on Military Trail, with 4-H Clubbers convention of the Florida Stake']
votionals. from Martin, St. Lucie, Dade, Cattlemen's Association which wilt!'Of Elks Visits
,' Broward and Palm Beach Counties I i
The program featured a concert be held in West Palm Beach June .
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\ I,by the Pahokee High School Band to participate.At I 15th 16th'and, 17th and urged aU I .
\Dn E. R. Overly, former district under the direction of Bandmaster the annual DemonstrationDay cattlemen to plan to attend. I Members of Pahokee BPOE

(Superintendent Methodist, Chur: Robert O. Lampi. for Palm Beach County 4-H I Harold Brough presented trophies I Lodge No. 1638 welcomed William

.V ches,' will :be the, evangelist- at 'a, 'Following the program refreshments I Clubs, held in,the Mounts Building, to K. B. Wagnon, Lynn Nicely -I S. Hawkins of Coeur d'Alene,
Mrs. J. E. Janette Harrington is the senior and Alan .of Pahokee, I Idaho exalted ruler of Elks
\ week of revival meeungs'to be heldat were served by }, Nicely, grand ,
committee I division, demonstrated the, select j from Palm Beach, Cat-
Williams and her hostess the County upon his arrival in Pahokee Thura-
the Canal Point Methodist
Church -
I cafeteria. of dressed poultry and Nancy, tlemen's Association for the Grand afternoon official visit
ac- in the school ; ling : ; .day on an
starting Sunday. March. 20, I '
junior demonstrated
the division
Champion,Fat Steer,; Grand Champion -I to the Elks South Central Districtof
1 Sheley' the collecting and mounting of I bull- and Grand- Champion ""Florida. I

Plans ApprovedBy insects. Three other ,members of heifer that'was shown at the South Before coming to Pahokee Mr.
Dr. .Overly comes to Canal Point Canal Point Girls 4-H, Club,
I the J Florida Fair and Exposition held Hawkins spoke at the dedication
from'Miami where he has
Springs
: Elizabeth Gist
; School Board Susan Hitchcock f in West Palm Beach.Candidates of 'the' new Elks Home at Naples .
been '
Life
engaged Deeper ,con- .
demonstratedfirst
and Joan Parker -
; At 3 Elks
Thursday morning m.
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p.
ference work. Mr. .and Mrs. M. V.
aid in the treatment -
I technique of this district assembled at South
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Lewis of Tampa, who have assistedin
the
in
The School Board approved final I of a fractured arm Qualify Bay to: form a motorcade to escort
; previous revivals, at the Canal I demonstrations. .
junior division the ,exAlted ruler and his
for four' additional class- grand
Point Church, will return to lead plans .'.
the singing and be in charge of-the rooms for East Lake 'High School I In City RacesPahokee party to the Pahokee Elks Home '

special music., They will als 'meet Pahokee, at its meeting March 16, WEATHER where there was another assemblyto
,with the children and young people according Thurmond,W. Knight, r greet him At 6:30: p. m. there .
,, in the 'afternoons and evenings, I School'Board Member representing At.ti. S. Sugar Plant Field voters will elect a mayor was a big 'barbecue supper honor-
prior to the start of 'the revival,I the'Pahokee area. Station at Canal Point. chief of police, city clerk-.ani ing Mr. Hawkins, and at 8 p.' rri. he
services each night.HUMPHRIES j Plans have. been sent, to Tallahassee Date Temp. Rainfall three councilmen at the city elec- I delivered an address to the assembled -
for approval by State architects maL roin. Inches tion on May 3. Elks of the district. !

PURCHASE after which, the Board will March 9 78 44 .00 On Wednesday 10 candidates had Mr. Hawkins' visit in Pahokee
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HOME IN PAHOKEE V advertise for bids.'' March 10 78 51 f. .00.' I! qualified to run for these offices:I wound up a 10-day tour of Elkdom .

It is planned ,to add the 11th March 11 80 55OOL/, I Duncan Padgett, for mayor; ,Char- in five States .Mississippi, Ala-

,Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Humphrieshave grade to this School next school :March,12 65 45 .37 les Dickspn, Leon Guthrie (incumbent bama, Georgia, and South Carolina.
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purchased residence on Cypress year, ,and the 12th grade the following March-13 72 .... 42 .00 ) and Maurice Sullivan, for '
Avenue from Miss Lulu Bar. year.Estimated. :March 14 78 '52 .00 chief of police* ; Patsy Batchelor Miss Margaret Kistner who .
.. t field' and plan to move from Port cost for this addition March 15 83' 53 .00 (incumbent), for city clerk; stayed with her grnadparents
Mayaca into their new home this by Designing architect: Chester Normal March rainfall 2.73. Charles Brown (incumbent), W. O. and Mrs. H. JV,Anderson, while at-

week.Mr. Humphries has served Cone of Belle. Glade,' is ,$50,000, I March 1960;rainfall to date 29. (Bill) Moss and Joe Thompson fort tending Pahokee 'High'School and '

as bridge tender of the draw with alternate No. 1, consisting cflockers I w. I I councilman, group one; 'C. H. enrolled last,fall ,in 'the Bell, He

bridge :across,St. Lucie Canal onUS \ at a cost of $3400 and Mn and Mrs. Victor L. Geiger I Wetherington (incumbent),' fo- Commercial College, West' Palm
"A4i at Port Mayaca for the Alternate ,No. .2,, science tables, I have,as a house[ guest his mother, I councilman, group .two; Owen Beach,has_returned to her home in .

past-13,years. frosting:' $4000. Mrs. Lucy Geiger,,of Detroit Mich. : Todd, for councilman,, group 3.; Bridgeport Conn.. .' v
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; -:"] :" ister-and house*guestMrs. Will-
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luncheon
Tuesday meeting voted to
{', 1 I iam Shields,.are visitors in Nassau
sponsor the Pahokee Sea 'Scout
:} I- "-' IIiI 11I1 Mr. and Mrs. Auby Davis '(Jennie B. I..'thisweek. "Uponlheir return

r/; \!!!! e '. Calvert) of Belle Glade an- Ship'hi addition to its sponsorshipof Sunday"Mrs. Shields will board a
t $oy'Scout'I'roop No. 628, which
nounce the birth of 'a daughter, plane at the Miami International
for the past several has been
: I'I' Mary Dawn, at the Everglades Me- years Airport for the return trip to her
T one of the most active troops in the
morial Hospital March'9. home in :Seattle, Wash.
: Gulf Stream Council BSA, under '
--= _Mr. and :Mrs. 'Billy Hill (Helen Mrs. A. L. Vertomrnen has returned '
the leadership of :'ScoutmastersLouis
r Priest) of Indiantown announcethe to her home in Pahokee
brims and Ed Carver.
birth of a daughter, Diana Kay, from Lake Worth where she was
Earl D.Meredith was"received as
at the Everglades Memorial Hospital the house guest of her brotherinlaw -
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a new member, with J. H. Wilkinson -
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The Rarilin B eliding InCanal .Point Florida
March 9. and sister Mr. and Mrs.-Earl
Jr., a past 'president of the
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THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION 'HOME OF I' club hi charge of -the induction f
i I I Post Master Needs ceremony. illness.
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i. '. (THE: .EVR4ilADTSE'NE1VS: ) ..: I I ToKnowWhaMs, -' '" guest Frank-speaker Dooley;described of Belle some;Glade' of, as -guest 'thls'week-their-daughter JJ 4

Miss Eva Gail Guthrie of Mi- j'J
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ri's- rVin the 1ake-: Okeechobee Farming Region Without I In Yiour- Package his 'celestial 'observations s' hn'niiteur ami. :
hat onomeY. He' \vaS'in"
E t 'Inteiiuptiori.Eveiy Week for lire Than 30 Years Mr. and Mrs. Robert J.-Schroder 11
Are of the few who take troduced by M. P. Stanley,
you one pro-
r Established March 11, 1924 '- Published Every FridaySubscription I offense were guests Sunday of. their son ||
at being asked what gram
your chairman..w
I and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.R. .
Price:$ .OO Tear In AdvanceThe parcels contain when they are pre- -
W. Schroder, at Hypol\ :o.
;c Ev rgf .des'News'IS'Entered at the Post-Office, sented at the post.. ,office lor mail- Lt Harry Fremd On Mrs. Mertice Young has as a
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,. In:'Canal Point, Florldaas( Second'Class: :Matter Commander Staff guest this week her daughter,:Miss
"If so, please believe that the receiving -
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', Dw Publisher clerk is not into -
'Paul'Rardin_ = '. cr/EdJtwr: prying Memorial Hospital .Ml-
__ your private ,attalrs. says Postmaster UedeTn1'FinNC'N\\
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..." .. Edythe Smith. She is only, Lt. Harry L. Fremd, son of AlbertF. I ami.Mr.
< and Mrs. J. G. Weeks had as
, doing her duty," Fremd of Canal Point, Fla., and:
:5Here Tfrhat At Monday's
Is Transpired guests Sunday their son and
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Some of the things that ,people husband of the former Miss Doro-

r Meeting The:Palm ,Beach would like to transport through the thy B. Copeland of Greensboro, N. Trevett daughter-in-law Weeks,, and Mr. family and Mrs.of

mails pose 'a natural hazard to C., is serving on the staff of the
Lake Worth.
postal personnel and to other mail Commander, Carrier Division
,OOUfltfOnnrnissin Mr. and Mrs. John Williams and
< matter. For example, firearms, explosives Four, aboard the attack aircraft
Jo of Orlando
1. daughter, Amy ,
i&. .". ----.-.- . radio-active materials; carrier USS Forrestal operatingwith the weekend visiting his'par-
1-- the U. S. Sixth Fleet in the spent
reptiles, chemicals, and liquor are
An urgent need for immediately earlier. by Rev. Blackwood, that additional Mediterranean.The ents, Mr. ,and Mrs. J. Williams,
of
capable inflicting serious dam-
obtaining facilities for care of facilities be found to house, at II at Canal Point. J
age, and so are unmailable except Fprrestal, homeported
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Palm Beach County's mentally ill, aged indigents. The minister said Dobrow small
where special permission is granted. I[ Norfolk Va., joined- the Sixth Marty daughterof
was voiced before the county com- the county hospital is full and that Packages of items that are unquestionably -I I Fleet. Feb. 13. and is scheduled to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dobrow, is

xnsslon this week by Dr. W. E.Van- patients are being admitted,to gen- mailable sometimes participate in various operational visiting her grnadparents, Mr. and

landingham, county welfare ,di eral hospitals for care. I Avon Park this
contain written matter without its exercises and visit Spain, France, Mrs. Ed Jones, at I
rector. Rev. Blackwood suggested that week.
Italy and Greece.
presence being shown through
He told the commission the situ- a' building at the county home proper endorsement. "This can ... .. -Mrs.J. D. Watson has taken over

ation in the county has reached an which was formerly used as a child- SIRS. ANDERSON ENTERTAINS the management of the restauranton
I cause delay in delivery, ,unnecessary
,r. emergency stage and that it is ren .home, be converted for use by, inconvenience and Mr. and Mrs. H.J.Anderson and East Main Street Pahokee,

necessary:to confine the mentally the .aged on a bass with jonly or even, confiscation of the expense parcel,!' Mr. and Mrs. Arch Blakey enter- next to the Civic Building and has
ill to the county jail to await en- limited funds being spent for re
, I says Postmaster Smith. tained at the Anderson home on given the eating place a new name,

trance into hospitals.Dr. modeling. Bacom Point Tuesday evening witha Ann's Restaurant.

Van Landingham ,said the dinner party honoring Mrs. Will Bandmsater Robert O. Lampi'a '"
l Town Team Lost ,
Hollywood Hospital and the Miami Pahokee Rotarians iam Shields of" Seattle, Wash., Vahokee High School Band will

Retreat are unable to ,accomodate: I Near Mrs. ThiebaudMrs. To Stuart Netters I II houss guest .of her sister, 'Mrs. participate in the Fiesta Del Sol
any} more patients and as a result
Marty Carstens.. Other guests parade at Lake Worth this Friday

the county has no choice except to The Pahokee town team ended I were Mrs. Nola B. Smith, }.{rs. L. night, starting at 1 p. m.
hold the mentally ill in the jail Betty Thiebaud of Belle I
W. Mrs J. T. Platt,
its season with a 9-2 record after Armstrong
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie had as
1 until they can be admitted. Glade at last
was guest speaker
. .. losing 'a 89-56 decision to Stuart, Mrs. Ralph Stanley Mrs. Marty
"We are'being critired for hold- week's luncheon_meeting,of the Pa- I who is responsible for both defeats.Bill Carstens, Mrs Fern Frank and guests the past week her brotheri i

ing these people in jail," Dr. Van hokee Rotary Club. Introduced by Miss Roberta Frank. In-Jaw.and sister, Mr. and Mrs.

.: Landingham told the commission. Thompson, program chairman Hataway 'hit 25, Lamar -- I R L. Guthrie of Port Mayaca.. :
Howard 24, and Ed Howard 23 to l
He added no 'other facilities are she.spoke" on The Life of Stephen pace the Stuart team. Carrol Watson PATIENTS AT HOSPITAL 'I -

available. Foster. dumped in 23 for Pahokee I Among the patients at the Ever- -

The board, at the suggestion of Following her talk Mrs. Hugh while Charles Hayes added glades Memorial Hospital Wednes-, CARD OF THANKS !

ti Chairman :Paul Rardin, authorized Branch, soloist, sang what is reputed hokee's 1-2 scoring punch 14pa-1 day, several being treated for severe -'I Dear Friends, we deeply appreciate

a.committee be,naxr d to ,try and to be. the last song composedby Early-and Thurman Kemp was off attacks of the flu, were Mrs. the encouragement, sympathy "

find temporary faculties for these Foster "Beautiful Dreamer," and managed only 13 points between -I Lera Richardson, Mrs. Bennie Al- I cards and other acts of kind-
accompanied at the piano by Mrs. ness extended to us while we were
patients, outside the jail. them."They.averaged 51 between len, M. J. Sapp, Mrs. Ruth Dcbrow
M. P. Stanley. Mrs. Branch was in the hospital, and especially, we
Mrs. Mrs. Idella f
The committee members are Dr. I them for the season. Thur- Jimmy Stuckey,
joined by the Rotarians in the sing thank you for your prayers. May
Van Landingham, Commissioner 'man Kemp hit for 188 in 8 games Bowden, Thomas Finley, Philip
Andrew ing of two songs by Foster, "Oh, Yelvmton Hubert Pitts. Rufus God Bless you. 4
Kenneth Foster and Rev. for a 23.5 average and Alvy Early
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Suzanna" and "Suwannee. -Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Levins J. C. Stanford Kay Stapler -
Blackwood. had 199 points in 9 games for 9 ,
W. K. Aldridge, vice president Alex Ramey, Miss ,Margie Humphries.
The committee was also authorized 22.2 average. "
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to investigate a request made presided in the absence of Presi- .... ... Kahn, ,Mrs. Marlene Crowley and -
dent CL E. Williams. .
-' / JOINS CHURCH:AT REVIVAL Mary Jinright.TO i 1 1 I -.....

Those joining'the Pahokee First
Annette McIntosh CONDUCT BIBLE I
Methodist Church Sunday at the ELECT

Classified Ads Gets FSU HonorMiss conclusion of the revival conducted SCHOOL CLINIC
I A Vacation Bible School .clinic:
at the church by Dr. Joe A. t W: R. (BUSTER)
will be conducted by the Baptist
Tolle of Miami' were Claude Pad-
Annette McIntosh, daughter -
Palm-Lake Association at the
FOB SALE: New and used WillysJeeps. gett, Robert Phillips Milton Sal- '
of Mr. and Mrs. M. McIntosh
Harry First Baptist Church ,in Lake
WalterAab.ley' Garage vatore, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shack- HANCOCK
of Pahokee a Senior at Worth this Friday, March 18. at T
In Belle Glafla. '
\Phone'Oct 17-64-ca Florida State University Tallahassee ford, Billy Turbeville, Mr. and Mrs.R. 9:30 a. m. Several persons of the ,
outstand- G. Whiteside,Miss Diane'White,
been chosen the
has. Glades area who will be engaged in
4SUBSCR1PTIOX expiration ,dates ing student In religious activitiesat Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wilson, Va.cation.Bible. School work this i

'to this newspaper 'are markedVn FSU for 1960. As an award Miss Paula ,Collier, John Cook, Mrs. summer plan to attend: this clinic. .

'jo 1''name label as'it comes to McIntosh receives '$100 in cash Oscar Dobrow, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- -

: 'oaeach week.:Check the date onSTOUTS. from Judge Donald*'K._ Carroll of ert Fisher, Linda Lynn Fisher, Miss Brenda Carter, Pahokee

.'mata your'date'to renew' Tallahassee, who established_ ,this Mrs. William Hatton, Mrs. Fred High School senior who plans to

W e'li 'be looking for a check. annual award at FSU'''last year in Higgins, 'Donell Jarriel Mrs. Sarah take nurse's ,training following .

'Tka tks. The Everglades News._ memory of his mother. Laird, Mrs. ,Robert Mackey, Miss graduation at the high school in 3w
Rebecca Mackey and Noma R.Nor-

PRINTING OF ALL, KINBB. XI 91iO fCE' OF INTENTION jnan.Sheriffs. June was interviewed by officials.. J
letterheads .t .... .. at the-School;of,Nursing, Jackson A
.pail need cards;eavelopcai -, TO BSOJESTEB! FICTITIOUSNAME
,,st&temmta"bin'beads,''feaadfcHls Memorial Hospital, Miami, the JI
Group week.
r or something in:Inebriating; Notice is hereby given that the past -

line,just step to'the'phene and can: undersigned, under the'provisionsof Draws, Kind Words \ visited
Weeks
Mrs. Inman W.
The Everglades News at Caaal, Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida. I
her son-in-law and daughter, Dr.
Point; No 266L Wear experts'In Acts of 1941, Will register' with Sheriff John Kirk and his deputies
and Mrs. Edward Hamilton, and
producing'excellent 'pc !tag ''and the Clerk of:.the Circuit Court, in drew a note of appreciation
at Lake Worth I
family Sunday. -
and for Palm Beach County, Flor- from Commission Chair- Iutl'f
our prices are In Unto without of! County The only

toWn printers who came 46 :tb& ida, upon receipt of proof of Publication man Paul Rardin this week. I
candidate for
Glades for printing business.Pleas of this notice, the fictitious Rardin said a recent slaying of _.A

ffive,,us a can. Phone 5661, I name, to wit: a Hialeah housewife in the north COMMISSIONERAGRICULTURE oj ojF
I AfflBCUKY PHARMACEUTICALCOMPANY end of the county brought quick

WANTED: First Class body and I ) action by Kirk and capture of a Jp GooD 1

paint man. Good pay. Contact! WHOLESALE. RETAIL DEALER confessed killer by one of the

,Hub Spooner at Pahokee Motorcompany. under which :I am engaged in busi- sheriffs deputies. tfwLE !

12tfch ness at Pahokee Florida. Rardin said the sheriffs depart )

GOOD--AUTO SALESMAN wanted : That the party interested in ment is doing an outstanding job Successful farmer

said-business is as follows: of law enforcement for Palm Business man
at Pahokee Motor Company. If CJucaterf
in Florida School
JAN HAMILTON, Owner Beach County.
you can sell please contact Hub B. S. Degree in Agriculture '
Pahokee County of Palm Beach --
-# Spooner within the next day or U. of Fla.
Florida March 11, I960. Bobby White, who recently received -
two.A good job awaits you.2-12tf Marine Veteran
Firm Name: Mercury Pharmaceutical a BS degree in Business AdminiStration \ Family ManLong

FOR RENT-:Completely furnish Company from the Florida: record of selfless service

'ed 8 room home. All electric Wholesale Retail State University, has accepted a to Florida Agriculture

kitchen. Carport and gas heat. Ca- .,Dealer position with the Southern Bell ;

nal Point. Phone 3602 or.636, Mrs. BY JAN HAMILTON Telephone and Telegraph CompanyIn W O.Daley.
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Campaign Treasurer
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returned Sunday from a visit with \, .

I. [ PERSONAL NEWS NOTES Tallahasse.e their son-in-law and daughter in Mohawk Farm Tractor Rear Tires'


wsu Mr. and Mrs. Bob Henderson NEW FIRST LINE

I St Patrick's Day was celebrated Mrs. Ida Blanchard is leaving spent Sunday in Miami visiting his ,.
"by members of the St. Phillips and 11 this week for her home in Mich- sister, Mrs. Lucy Smith the occas- SIZE PLY PRICE

'St. Mary's Holy Name Society at igan after spending the season ion being :Mrs. Smith's birthday 9-24 4 I .
$34.76
the annuaTsteak dinner held at the here_ with her daughter, Mrs. Roland -' anniversary.Mrs. ..' \

:Belle Glade Country Club, Thurs- Kahle and family. H3 E. Unwin visited Mrs. t ''IQ-24, 4 41.38

day evening. : lo.2S.; .' .! l 4 47.39 .1
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Mrs. Kate Sturdevandt of Largo I Sheppard and 'family in t' 1 I

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kent Carr entertained and West Winfield, N. Y., will arrive -!r Ocala over-the weekend. X _., :10 38" 4 58.50 ;
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members of the Canal 11-28 .. 4
sin Canal Point this weekendfor Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hurt had as 52.90.j:
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Point Methodist Church at their a two weeks' visit with MI's. recent guests Mr. and Mrs. :Ted 3=::. '-11-38 ': 'i4-. 65.80 ,
.home with a hamburger supper and Lizzie Kirkey. Keller of Fort Lauderdale.Mrs. + i'
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fellowship, hour. The supper was -i ; ,
,followed by a business session. Mr. and Mrs. B Elliott have returned Roscoe Williams, accomp- + 12-28 ::... 4 57.37 .- '
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from Durham, N. c., and anied her {: 12.38 ',.,f.f-G: < '< ; *
by son-in-law and daughter .... 82.40 '_ '
Mr. and Mrs C.; R. Mathis, Jr., are the guests of their soninlawand x L f.t1: "' r
Washington, D.: C., are expected I I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lee family, Mr. visited and Mrs.her George husband Mills, and and 13.38 : ir i ,L \ 93.00 t

I to arrive in Pahokee this week for Wroten and family in Pahokee. her mother, Mrs. A. C. Home, at 14-30 -/' "..,6':: IM.50.
a visit with his brother-in-law and Mr. Elliott is convalescing from 14-34 6'
I I Homestead over the weekend.Mr. .1 .. ". I 115.80
sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mcintosh surgery performed recently at the. 15-30 '"q:l6 '
and sister,,Miss Julia Mathis. Duke Hospital in Durham. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson : 108.24

plan to visit their' son Bobby this 15-34 .6 125.75
'i Chester King of Normal, Ill.* whp Mrs. J. D. Latham is staying weekend 'at Orlando where he is a

has been the guest here of his son- with her grandchildren hi. Clewis- student at the Forest Lake Acade- Plus Federal Excise Tax- Freight Prepaid in Lots of Two Tires

in-law nad daughter, Mr. and'IMrs; ton while her daughtre, Mrs. Audie my. or More. We also Carry Complete Line of Front Tractor Tires
John E. Wilson., has gone to Fort Hooks, is a surgical patient at St. and Tubes for aU Sizes:
Lauderdale for a visit there with Mary's Hospital, West Palm Members of the Canal Point Par.
his son and daughter-in-law,' Mr. Beach. ent-Teacher Association who at-

j and'Mrs. J. J... King. tended the PTA district meetingat
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith of Stuart last week were Mrs. Joe EAGLE TIRE COMPANY
Mr. and Mrs. Claud had to
Morgan Tifton, Georgia are expected ar-
Cherry, Jr., Mrs. Dick Miller, Mrs.
.as a guest the first of the week rive today for a weekend visit O. H. Sheppard, Mrs. W. E. Mo- 3216 N. W. N. River Dr. Dept C Miami, Florida I
Henry Rose Baltimore. Md., with her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. J. Call,and Mrs. Floyd Erickson + NEwton 4-1710 4-1962
S. Chastain.
Miss Susan Johnson, daughterof i
Miss Joanne Darden has returned : : : : : : : tIll t t t t t t t t t t : : I : 111111 : : I : I :
Mrs. Myrtle Johnson of Paho- Laith Nall of SL Petersburg was
to her studies at the School of
kee, has pledged to Phi Mu 'Sor- the weekend guest of Mrs. Nail.
ority at Florida State University, Nursing, Jackson Memorial Hos- Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Davis of I Mr. and :Mrs.' Bill Easterly had

where she is a mmeber of the Mr. and Mrs. Grady Echols and pital, Miami, after a visit with her Plant City will visit his uncle and : as guests Sunday her father, George
Sophomore Class. Terry were the guests of relatives parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Darden aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L S. Guthrie, Cason, and Mr. and Mrs. J. I

in Ft. Myers Sunday.M. in Pahokee. in Pahokee over the weekend. Thompson, all of LaBelle
Mrs. A. L. (Jack) Pope and her I .
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sister, Mrs. O. C. Roland, have returned i
Tuesday at the Everglades :Me-
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well and daughter, ,Annette, have Rardin were luncheon guests of _
returned to Birmingham, Ala. :Mrs. W P. Jernigan in Clewiston

after a visit here with his brother Thursday.Mrs. .

and sister-in-law, the Rev.. and .
::Mrs. Charles CrauswelL.. W. J. White, accompanied !
by her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hitchcock Mr. 'and"Mrs. H. F. Corbitt of Seb- ,
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had as guests his mother, Mrs. ring, visited another son; B. F. Cor + awaf a.
Forest Lowmatch of Bradentonand bitt, and family at Palm Springs I >

uncle nad aunt, Mr. and/'Mrs.] Sunday.Mr. .
Herb Hogan of Morrisville, N. Y.
and :Mrs. C. L. :McCoy of
Mrs. Lon B. Wilson has returned i if I j, Lake Worth were guests Saturday !:"' ..,:: ro, \ : }f,' ,

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has been staying because of the Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barfield in t"S
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here with his brother-in-law and King of Lake Worth. '.' 4'S-4'w .
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sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Watson, : .M
and other relatives. Bill Gist, Miami Military Acade-
my cadet, accompanied by his j
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:Mrs. Lester Duncan.has returned _- .classmate, George Mello of New 4.'S
from her home in Gainesvilleand York City, spent the weekend in I 4

a visit with her mother, :Mrs. Pahokee with his parents. ., Dr. and '& > F
S. H. Thornton in Jackson, Ga. Mrs. William T. Gist.

:Mrs. J. B. Elliott has returnedto

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Maxson attended
Mrs. Elmer a
skating party in West Palm Beach
*ay br 3C Sunday, honoring her niece, Miss

Brenda Gail Parker, of Belle Gladeon

her 10th birthday anniversary. o f t t :x' w i's

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Mrs. Robert Harris, who, accompanied

..ykyys by her uncle, L._Bass of ;
.k Belle Glade recently returned from s

a visit with her brother Stanley I a ..k.'S. .

Hooks, and family at Guaro, Cuba, '-:

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Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hooks, tb 4r
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Beach by her children who were

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.f1'M 13 : :! err Iews? a1P i LP7orida Friday,March 18r1960Jw&feis

.. -Mrs. Carter El cted' j .

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Pres. C.P.Garden ClubMrs. I

---:-- Planning A PartyThe
M. C. Carter was elected

. a president of the Canal Point Garden -
I Club at the annual election of regular monthly.meeting of
t I officers, held during the :March the Junior Cattlemen's Association -

meeting in the Community Build- .;was held a\ the Glades Office

7 / ing.Other Building Tuesday night at 7:30.
/ / / } p officers elected for the The meeting was called to order by
f fCanat'Pt coming year were Mrs. Glenn Pow- Warren Repper President. The
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i ell, vice president; Mrs. W. W. minutes of the last meeting were

: Missionary The Methodist Church I Christian Science I White, secretary; and Mrs. Frank read by Becky Hill, Secretary. Rolf'
Wilson, tresaurer. Mrs. Carter was f call showed 20 members and 3
Baptist Church Canal Point. Florida Group Of Canal Point
t. named an official delegate to rep- visitors present.The .

; Rev. Charles.D. Stewart, Pastor Robert A.-Shelley, Pastor The power of faith, raised to resent the club at the annual convention members decided' to collect
of the State Federation of 25c member at each meetingfor
SUNDAY per
: : SUNDAY: spiritual understanding, will be
.' 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a...m.-Church'School emphasized Christian Science Garden Clubs in the Palm Beach dues and decided to have a I
11:00 a. m-Morning Worship 1100 a. m.-Yori1t Worship service Sunday. Biltmore Hotel in April. party April 1st.
6:30 p. m.-Training Union. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship: Mark's account of the healing Mrs. O. H. Chastain, program The guest speaker_was Dr. Char-
7:30 nu-.Evening Worship chairman, introduced Dr. R. C. les Haines, Animal Husbandry Department
{. PL. 7:30: p. m.-Evening Wozshtp of the epileptic boy will be read
Lane and E. A. Jensen of Pahokee
WEDNESDAY: Everglades Experiment
:- MONDAY: concl dlng'with Christ Jesus'words
7:30 p. Prayer Meeting. 3:15 p. .-Youth.Choir practice (9:29): "This kind can come who showed" a film, "Colors in. Station, who spoke on "Careers in ,
Styles. It was announced the
He out
Agriculture- brought
TUESDAY: forth! by nothing but by prayer
.. Holy Nativity 8:00 p. .Woman's Society1st and fasting." The, subject of the club's next meeting will be at the figures to show where Palm Beach
Tuesday Lesson-Sermon is "Matter." home of.Mrs. W..S. Evans on April County, the State of Florida and
; Episcopal ChurchPahokee 21. the United States-stands in the
,: 2nd MONDAY: Selections from "Science and
7:30 p-m. Esther Cass meeting Health with Key to the Scriptures"by Following the meeting refresh- Agriculture Field. He pointed out
:/ ments were -served by Mrs. Paul ,'
WEDNESDAY: Mary Baker Eddy will include .to the members that there are
4 M. Wendell Halnlin, Vicar 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting this (23:16): "Faith, if it be mere :Rardin, ..:Mrs. 0., H. Chastain and many more fields, in Agriculture
... SUNDAY: Belief; is a pendulum ,swinging be- Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux, hostesses. than dairying, beet, cattle and
i 10 a. m.-Sunday School farming.Dr. .
First Baptist tween nothing and something, -
- 11 a. m. Worship.Service I Howard C. Giles, Livestock
advanced
Faith
Church havingno fixity. '"South. Pacific"
Pahokee : to spiritual understanding is the Marketing Specialist, Agricultural
Methodist I evidence At MusicarnivalIn Extension Service, Gainesville,
First gained from Spirit, which .
Rev.. James E. Boyd, pastor .
rebukes sin of .every kind and I made a short talk on agriculture.He
Church Pahokee GUNDAY SERVICES: explained about the board sales .
establishes the claims of God. the most exciting entertainment -
9:45 a. m.Sunday School ,The Golden Text is from Colos- I. to be held on Monday, March 14th
11QO a. m.-Morning Worship scoop of the season Producer Market.The .
Rel. Clare 8. Hall sians (3:2) "Set affection ,n' at the Glades Livestock
your >
r.f. 6:45 p. m. Training Union' !Johnny Price will extend the
f. SUNDAY: things above not on things on the Musicar-I meeting was adjourned by .
9:45 a. xa.-Church School 8:00: p. m.-Evening Worship earth." nival's schedule to present j salute to the flag.
c' 11:00.. .-Morning Worship WEDNESDAY: musical favorite of all times-Rogers -Mary Lou Raulerson,
" 6:45 p. .-MYF 8:00 p. m.- Prayer. :Meeting .... and Hammertstein's "South Reporter.

l. 7:45 p. m. Evening Worship Week Of PrayerBy Pacific." ....
TUESDAY:, The Church Of God Following the current produc-
7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir.practice WMU Women tion of "Show Boat," which continues Girl: Scouts Are j :
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Of Prophecy, Pahokee ,:, through next Sunday March Praised For Work'L

lWEDNESDAY: Before a setting created by a 20, Musicarnival will present -
.' 7:451p. m.- ..devotions Canal Point Road "South Pacific" as a special added 11'
Home Mission Board map showing On March!,2, 1912 the Girl Scout _
, 8:30..p. m.-Senior, Choir practice John H .Kinard, pastor I,where Southern Baptist Churches I attraction for one week only, Tuesday -
founded in the
"- 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School ; :March 22 organization was
serve in the United States of through: Sunday,
( 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service ica, and befbre.an open Bible :March 27. .United States. Congratulations to
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service ed American Amer-I This will be the first live stage the Girl Scouts of Pahokee and the
Canal Point First by an flag,
|;" 8:00p. m. Tuesday V. r.:. B. Christian flag;; the, Canal presentation of "South Pacific" in splendid work .you are doing.
r i Baptist Church 8:00'p.. m. Thursday-W. M. B. Baptist Woman's Missionary Society this: area. The inimitable Joan Saturday the scouts had their

Everyone --welcome. Special music met this week to observe the Kibrig will star as navy nurse thin), corn sale in Pahokee. They.
Elder R.E.Barfield and'singing.' J week of prayer for home missions. Nellie Forbush.in this wartime romance also sent corn and four boys to Indiaritowh -

SUNDAY:, -. .. All meetings were at the Church. set on a tropical island. for a sale there. Half of
t 10:00 a.m.--Sunday School Church Of God The dates observed were March 7 E r MacVeigh co-stars as the the proceeds of $53.00 went to the
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship through March' 11 ,The Theme for French planter she falls in love Indiantown Boy Scout Troop. ',
: ':,7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. Barf ield 'Highway the week was Behold* .our God. with Other Musicarnival favorites ;After the meeting Friday night
8:00 p. m.-Evening'Worship appearing' in. leading roles will' beTom March, 18th-there will be a hamburger *
1- On Monday, March Mrs. J.: D.
;:: WEDNDESDAY: Williams, Harry Theyard and fry cooked by the Pioneer
.. ,/ 9:45 A. :M.- Sunday School Latham was in charge with the
. 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer Lynne Osborne. Patrol and supervised by Joe
11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship
Service theme: "Prepare Ye the Way-
... 7:00 P. M.-t. W. W. B. .(Parsonage through Teaching," Tuesday March ... Graham. The Indlantown Troop-
: 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: will be our guests.
1 7:30 ) 8, Mrs. D. P. Hughes, Prayer :
Ladies
tbard'
p. m.- Auxiliary Lonnie Moore' A'- review will be held
7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship Chairman for the General WMU, Found
t' Meeting. 7:30 P-M.Tuesday-Prayer:Meet- this week. We hope all scouts will
lag presented the program "Lift Up Dead WednesdayLonnie make every effort to meet with
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Thy Voice-through Preaching, this board tor advancements.The .
Church 7:30 P. 1L Friday-ch11drea's
: ThePahokee
t' .. Church Mrs. Charles Maxson presented the B. Moore, 46, of'Pahokee Scout's thought for the
, '-" 'JIho.t-- :>> Of:.,:The*:,Nazarene :,7:30 P..It-Friday-T.P.B. Wednesday night -:program -on was' ound dead in his room in Big week, "JL: Scout is reverent,'* so
: -.4... March 9,.using as her theme: "Re- Lake Hotel Pahokee, Wednesday remember to attend the church of.
t 71 Bacom Point Road veal His XJlory" and on Thursday morning by Mrs. Nell Hunt, hotel your choice this Sunday. '
St. Catholic March 10 Mrs. W. S. Evans, in *
was
Charles F. Crauswell Pastor Mary's manager. He was judged to have -Reported by Wayne ;
Phone 7528 P, O. Box 882 Church charge, with "Bring Good Tidings; :died in his sleep of natural causes Ludlam
SUNDAY SERVICES: through Building." by Coroner Robert Bardin.and Police .11 ii

9:45 a. m,-Sunday School.UOd Father David Cronin I The last program qf the week I Chief. Leon Guthrie who in- TALKS TO SORORITY
a., m.--=Sunday Worship. SUNDAY MASSES I was under the direction of Mrs. R. .I vestigated. Paul Collier, Jr., spoke on

6:30 p. m.-Juniors. First two masses of the month J. Maxson, "Make Straight the A veteran of World War II, hecame '"LightingEffects in the. Home"
7:00 p.: rav Sunoay Evening 11:00. Way-through Witnessing" on Fri- to Pahokee' approximately and showed a film in illustration of

Evangelistic Service. Other Sundays at 7:30. day Night March 11. At the closeof four years ago and was employed his talk at the meeting of the Beta '

WEDNESDAY 7:30 : dweek .... each program during the.Medi- bs mechanic' in Roy Thompson's. Omicron Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi
p. m.-i Prayer tation Period the music of "Loveof Garage. Sorority, at the, home of Mrs. J. V.
meeting. St. :Peter's,Lutheran
God" and "How Great Thou He,is survived by his ,wife, Nell Thomas, Jr. He was introduced by
"Where you. are aetr.-a stranger bat Church, Belle Glade Art" filled the auditorium. as of- .Moore of Pahokee. Mrs. Myra Bass, hostess who was

f .- .- -, ferings and prayers were given. ,Funeral arrangements will oe in ,charge of the program. Presi-
Erwin J.. Baumgartner; Pastor .. announced by Williams-Wether- dent Doris Lane presided at the
t ) Training Union '601 W..La.ke Rd, BeDe Hade .in Funeral_ Home, Pahokee. business session.

(:: In Study Course SUNDAY Divine Services'it.A.: M.. At Open Gulberson House. Held HAme .' .- -
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A study course on "The Meaningof -SMission- "
" Church>Membership":' will be. offend JW"' Mr. and Mrs. Andy Culberson, ,
. by the-.Baptist,Training :Un- Book Is who recently moved,into their new
ion at the Pahokee First Baptist, home on Bacom Point Road, cele- ,
March 21-25 with members of the For Circle StudyA brated the occasion with an open

Canal Point Missionary Baptist house and family reunion, Sunday.A .
Church invited to participate. study of the mission book, picnic dinner was held in the IIT/UJ/IIi fllfllF/ED

F The course is being given in con- "Reaching Rural Churches," was city park, nearby. Among the 52 .
t,: juction with the current "March to completed by members of the"lone persons attending were Mr and!
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campaign now in progress at the tist Woman's Missionary Society, Merle Endfinger and children and OWNED-AND'OP TED BY MORE THAN I
Pahokee church under the::sponsor under the.leadership; of Mrs.JT* S. Mrand Mrs. Willie McCormick, all,I 120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN tl
ship of the Board of Deacons and Atkins at the'March meeting of of Miami; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cul-. iWEWORK t
the Baptist Brotherhood. Class the circle at the home of Mrs. Paul berson and Mrs. Jeff Curlee and FOR:THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF
room sessions will be,'held each Rardin. Mrs. W., S. Evans chairman daughters all of West Palm Beach; CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES I

evening, Monday through Fri ,-.presided,at the business find. Mr.-and Mrs. R...H. Culberson and;
assisted Mrs. Charles D. Stewart Bill WE.\DVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION -
day from 7 to 8:30 6'colck. family and Mr. and Mrs. ,
The Rev. Charles' Stewart, pastor with the presentation,of Xhe devotional Stroupe and daughter all of Seb- ,AND BfAINTAlN OPEN COMPETlTtVBMARKET

of the Canal Point Church, will program. It was announcedthe ring Mr. and Mrs. ,Wade McCormick ; WHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH \
teach the book; "Wor dng Together April meeting will.be at the and Mr. and Mrs. George CONFIDENCE
in Spiritual Democracy;;' to the home of ,Mrs. Evans with Mrs. J. Ashley and children, all of Belie
class of adults. The; class of juniors T.Platt to'have charge of the pro- Glade; Mr. and- Mrs D. G. Pearson, Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON

\ will study from the book "My gram. Lake Wales; :Mr. ,and Mrs. W. P.
M Church and I,with the Rev. James .- .- Culberson and family Mrs. Ollie PAHOKEE-BKLLE GLADE ROAD
E. Boyd to serve as teacher:* The Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Padgett Batchelor Mrs. Olive Stapler Mr.
young people's class will study returned Sunday from a visit with and Mrs.Pat Turbeville and daughter PHONE WY 8-Sees GEORGE YOUNG MANAGER -

''i .- "The Challenge of Church. Membership their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Culberson -,
," and the class of intermediate I the Rev. and Mrs.Donald Padgett, and family Mrs. Rufus Woods SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
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t-- page Eight: Everglades News, Point,
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Brown, Boca Raton has grown I sociation, and the Tri-County f
PALM BEACH COUNTY CANDIDATES
Hugh Brown'Runs from a community of 784 persons {Dade, Broward, Palm Beach) In-

to a population of over 9,500 indi-I tellengence Unit. t:
r Clerk Of Circuit Court: J.. Alex Arnette, i incumbent For Sheriffs JobHugh viduals. His department has kept Brown is also a member of the

Horace S. Miller. pace with the growth, increasing!P. T. A.. a member of the Delray,
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I from two men in 1937 to 18 OffiCers -;Beach Elks Lodge, a member of

i.. ,: Tax Collector: Stetson 0._ Sproul, incumbent. Brown, Chief of Police in today. }t i F. & A. M. Boce Raton 328. Scottish .

;j Tax Assessor: David Stewart, incumbent; Lake Boca' Raton for the past 23 years When a U. S. Air Base functioned Rite; Lake Worth Mahi
I has announced his candidacy for. in Baco Raton In the early 1940's j Shrine Temple A Charter memberof

c '. liytal_ :Edgar W. Maxwell. } ,the office of Sheriff of Palm Beach Brown worked In cooperation withh the Gold Coast Shrine Club and

f. Sheriff: John F. Kirk, incumbent; Hugh BrownL County in the Democratic primary large Air Police department and President of the Boca Raton Kiwanis -
: ,May 3rd. was complimented by inspecting Club. Past officer and active
L and Martin M. ivellenberger, Republican. When asked why he chose to run generals for aid and assistance to i member in the Boca Baton Police

r County Judge: Paul T. Douglas, Grover. Cleveland for the top law enforcement officein the Air Force. I Benevolent Association. He and his
the county Brown replied: 'In Brown is married and has three I family are members of the first

r' Herring, John E. Born and Charles B.. Guthridge, view of the tremendous cost of ope- children, a daughter Mrs. WilliamD. I Methodist Church in Boynton

f rating the present Sheriffs Department Furr, who is assistant county Beach.
'. Republican. .
to the taxpayers of Palm home demonstration agent in "-

If'! Judge Criminal Court: Edward G. Newell. incum- Beach County I believe the time Ocala, a son William David, presently Eastern Star To Meet

Jr' bent..' has come for administrative ability servng as a Lt. Junior gradein r
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and efficiency to be applied to the United States Navy in the Thursday Night .
l' Judge' Small Claims Court: F. A. "Banzai" Cur-: this branch of County govern Pacific. At home is a daughter, -

rie incumbent. ment." Ellen, age 13. Members of the Pahokee Chap-

Brown is a Florida native being Police work has placed Chief ter, order of Eastern Star, will observe -

s,.. County Solicitor: Joel T. Davis, incumbent'JohnR. ; bon n 'Nassau County. More Brown in close association with annual past matrons and past
than half of his life has been devoted
.: Hiatt. to law enforcement work. many national and state as well as patrons night at the regular meeting

I: Superintendent of Public, Instruction: Howell L. His development of the Boca Raton local organizations. He is a mem- Thursday night, Mar. 24. Mrs.

.r' Watkins incumbent. Police force into an efficient organization ber of. the International Association Ruth V. Meredith will present the
is attested by the fact of.Police Chiefs Police Chiefs special program honoring the past

f Supervisor of Registration: Ronald E. Tupperi, J. this community has one of the lowest and Sheriffs Association, Florida matrons and past patrons. Re-

crime rates, capita, of any Peace Officers Association, Fraternal freshments will be served by Mrs.
! E. "Ned" Hardwick H. E. Beasley James R. Smith per
:T community in the nation. Order of Police, in Lake I Adaline Wroten and Mr. and Mrs.

;.a and Daniel Gorham, Republican. Chief Brown is proud of the fact Worth Florida. Police, Chiefs As I H. G. Rodgers.

':. County Commissioner, District 1 : Kenneth. P. that every 'man in his departmenthas '
undergone special training, included -
;'" Foster, incumbent; Edward Nelson and E. F. Van 'in this group is a graduateof I I I I II I I III I 14 H I I M I 1 I I til !..HtII H t m 8 1 It M >* 1

r rr,- Kessel, Republican. Northwestern University's Traffic THEATRESFRINGE
School, a graduate of the F. B.
i. t County Commissioner;District 8: Roy E. Michael, L National Academy in Washington -

r Jr., incumbent; Leamon Andrews and. Edward Band- D. C. Several officers have .LAKE DRIVE-IN I
r.-.L', certificates from the Federal Bu- ,
5"' low, Republican.County .
reau of Investigation short course, Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

r, Commissioner, District 5, Paul Rardin, in- also three Miami Police Academy -
and Florida Police -
graduates
cumbent. (No Democrat or Republican Opposition). Academy graduates. -2 DIG FEATURES I
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SAY MONDAY
School Board, District 2 ; .John L. Remsen, AltonR. A modern police-radio system Is SUNDAYMONDAYTUESriAYfMARCH ,i,' MARCH 20-21-22-
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;F. Williams .
20-21-22 i // '
. fleet, of cars and coverage of 150 '
-. \ School Board, District 4 : Henry O. Earwood, incumbent miles of streets is on a 24 hour pa "NORTH BY Say One For Me ..,

4.. '_ ; Milton O. Carpenter. trol schedule.In NORTHWEST" BING CROSBY, AND\

making this announcement .. DEBBIE REYNOLDS .\
Port Commissioners: Markham ILangham, Republican Chife Brown declared: 'If elected CARY GRANT, EVA ISIAIUE V;;4 1

; Gleason, N. Stambaugh and Billy B. Burns. I pledge honest,efficient and courteous SAINT- AND JASIES ATSO

:f.', Candidates' for State Senator are: of law Palm enforcement Beach County.to the" people MASON Here Come The JetsPI !

,4 _. Ralph Blank, Jr. and Dewitt Upthegrove: West During the tenure of Chief ; : 1 1 1 1 f 1 : 1 1 1 1 1.1. J,1 1 J .I I 1 1 1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I .. 1 t'l : 1 1 J 1 r++ i I,

\ Palm Beach; Frederick Hope, Palm Beach; Robert .
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( Johnson (R) Lake Worth.: 't" '

Candidates for the House of Representatives are:
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Group 1 : Harvey E. Oyer,,Jr., Zell H. Altman, George '.....-
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L. Pink (Republican) ber- Day. YOUR CHOICE OF TWO NEW-SIZE'\:\. "':;:::1 ,

: For Group 2: Emmett S. Roberts, incumbent; Rob- ion WAGONSAMERICA'SLOWESTPRICED \ ,,:.."?'".Y.'.

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ert H. (Bob) Eaves.JfeMendfiave. '
6-PASSENGER ':i
COMPACT WAGON+ ; }
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torium March 17 111
starting at
.a..m.It. Longest toadspset of any compactrragoaraverltaetwitAtataunten3 ; I
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-waa reported a plaque .of un- 1 .
. Best fas mileage of any ;y
A DemonstrationMrs. usual design, made of driftwoodand wagon built in America- m.. ': ,
: shells by Mrs. H. M. McIntosh up to 30 miles per gallon ;

and Mrs. Leo Maxwell, was sent by Most elegant compact i.. 1 j
Frank Friend gave a demonstration the club to Mrs. F. M. Shaughnessy wagon-that clean Fordboleluxurbnsiatlriors .. '

of the use of tin in the a former member now living In America's "'+ I .
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lowest-priced
making of corsages and floral decorations -I,Tampa. S-passenger'compact! "",,

at the March meeting of i It was announced 12 members wagons,..up to$154!less .; '.-_: .
Nf r Twtof one For**FifcM Waaons .
the Pahokee Garden Club at the plan to attend the ..Gregory Con- *Baud M a comp.eoe carry i I to red.Mif4or-people comfort ij"
home of the president Mrs. Nor- 01 MMrfKtWVS" MU.l dratal :
vay Design School at the Palm
Mivr d irk .
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man A. Kennedy. Beach Playhouse, April 12; alsothe'annual > Welcome toFord's :
Mrs. Kennedy named Mrs. Edward election of club officers .

A. Jensen and Mrs.. C. C. will take place at the April meet-

Lemonds as delegates to representthe ,ling at. the hom at Mrs. Don Hill-, Wagon Wonderland .y '
club at the State Garden Club 1 ; .. :
convention at the Biltmore Hotelin ,
I I Mrs William Plumer introducedA.
Palm Beach, April 12. I P. Pospichal of Tampa, guest it's your widest choice from America's Wagon peciallsts .
Mrs. Ruth V. (Meredith reported I
speaker, who illustrated his talk America's boss" has done it !
she has,made preparations for,the "wagon again Wagon loadspace is almost 9 feet long with the .
on "The Control .of:Plant Diseasesand Ford's' together- the show down! Take look For '.0-' '
"''.1' .. .put greatest wagon tailgate a at luxury! elegant -
rooting of 250'poinsettia plants for .. f. ;;
Insect Pests'"::With color slides .:, on earth, so come m and feast your eyes ,on interiors,.Ford wagons can't be matched. .
use in beautification '
park projectsand
and'a, film. Prizes in the form of ; "seven all-new wagon wonders And feast your eyes on America's lowest price
public sale. gardening aids were awarded to See cargo space galore! For instance, Falcon tags for wagons! <
An invitation was received from
Mrs. L. L. Shirley, Mrs. H. J. An-
the Clewiston Garden Club to at-
.derson, Mrs. W C. Darden, :Mrs. W.
tend a course in flower arrange- A. Keen, Mrs. O. B. McClure, Mrs. 't
ments to be Mrs. Paul
taught by
Lemonds, Mrs. Meredith. and Mrs. ;
Ogletree at the, Sugarland Audi- Kennedy.' :E7o --

r NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO A sandwich luncheon was served
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME with Mrs. L. L. Shirley, Mrs. O. D. TlMFanlorEanckWacntwith -
Public notice Is hereby given of the feiu t towhpaco to! Frs Wd .
Intention of the undersigned to register Carpenter and Mrs. Duncan Pad Sw BM W fir Wwir,kdrkr,Sodas d t4b
f-pxeaar
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of gett acting as hostesses.Methodist '
Palm Beach county. Florida, pursuantto .. Thb}aei.iiwCould Sawetob
section 863.09. Florida statutes of r l.tpl.hdy t .e Ij
1941. the fictitious name to-Wit: BN astral ray .
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BROADWAY AUTO SALES Study To. '
under which I am doing business at
2401 Florida Broadway,' West Palm Beach Meet Next Week f. .
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TN t-door Rai 1raSte-
DWIGHT McQARY A.Mira's b.at Niad l.Lair riots ..
Publish:Mar. 4. 11.,18. 25.1960 The study on Africa which, ,is be- 0Tfo

ing conducted this month for the
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS c-: .Ruin-- .
NAME LAW children of the Canal Point Methodist ., w rMadtraird a ratan
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Public Notice Is hereby given that < '
after-
Church
on Thursday .
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the undersigned Intend to register,with '11
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm noons'was not held this week in order SEE ALL SEVEN WAGON WONDERS
Beach County. Florida. In ,compliance: the children would have a AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S :"' \;
with.Section 865.08. Florida Statutes of 4
1957. the fictitious trade name of chance to attend the afternoon per- F.DJLF, FORD WAGON WONDERLAND .
INDIAN MOUND NURSERY under formance of cir-
Klxlch the Haggen Bros \
we are engaged In business at
930 Northwest 4th Street. BeUe Glade cus. Next week the, study.will be

''Florida.MARCELTNN C. FOUNTAIN held at the regular time Thursday Pahokee Motor Company i .
W. C. CAPEXjTnadd afternoon, when the miniature Af-
WhIdden rican ,the children build- J ;" ,;: ..
Attorney for Applicant I village are' PAHOKEE, FLORIDA ;,:
P., O.'Box 395- i with Study. .
ing ,in connection the .' ;i': < '
Pahokee. Florida '
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Publish: Feb. 26. March 4.,11. 18.;,19 O.' will be completed.

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