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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 25, 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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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( March 25,1960; ,PUBLISHED ?'WEEKLY CA.NAL POINT By PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING



F THROUGHOUT THE, VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA, OF PALM BEACH COUNTYMrs.


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t B. R. Mosley Is I Farm Bureau Will PHS HONOR. ROLLFourth Improvement Bonds' LifeJMembers, Get.

Meet C. Ft Mar 30 Validated By Court

t Woman'sClub.Pr.es. ( Six* Weeks) WSCS Votes Mon.
President t
Waiter Kautz of Ever- Circuit Judge James R. Knotton
glades Farm Bureau, :announces 12th Grade: 'Wednesday issued a final decree ,
i. Mrs. B. R. Mosley was elected ,that the Spring District Meeting of All, A's, Shirley Culberson. Ami to validate the $75,000 bond The presentation of life memberships
f, president,.of,the'Pahokee Woman's the Florida Farm Bureau Federa- Jackson, Samilee Lanham. issue required by the City pf Ea- of Methodist Woman's Society '
Club at the annual election of officers tion will be held atthe Canal Point Honor Roll Karen Adams, Sher- hokee to finance the proposed additions of Christian ,Service to deserving :-
conducted during the Wednesday Community Center Wednesday rell Alldredge Carley Brace ell. to the' city hall, jail and youth was' voted by the
Branch Brenda Carter,
luncheon meeting in the March 30, I960 at 10:00 A. :M. Blanchard fire station. I Pahokee WSCS circles at theMarch
clubhouse., The primary objective for this Betty Jean Clark' Henry Holt, Edwina City Attorney Ralph O. Johnsonhas 1' meetings held,separately
Other new officers elected were meeting will be develop- a better Humphrey; Myra Jones Ruth been instructed by the City I' homes of members Monday. The
Mrs. M. P. Stanley, first vice president 'understanding of Farm Bureau Kahle, Shirley' Levins Suzanne Council to advertise for bids for program topic for the month was
\.. .J ; Mrs. Lewis Friend, second Policies and mobilize' support for Morgan,. David Watkins Roger this project returnable next Mon Stewardship."
:vice president, Mrs. Wiley' THUS, :. an active program on these policies. Watson, Betty Williams. day. The plans are on file in West Mrs.. L. E, Rustin of Belle Glade
recording secretary; Mrs. Robert 11th Grade: Di- Palm,Beach at the F. W. Dodge was guest speaker at the meeting
Honor Roll. Jeff Barwick
Fisher corresponding secretary; Other areas of discussion will be Corp offices and the Associated of the Mary Martha Circle at the
Mowers,
Mrs.. Leon Spooner. tresaurer; Mrs. on the major;>> issues pending in anne Douglas, Robert home of Mrs. J. T. Boynton. Intro-
r Robert J. Schroder: ,parliamentarian congress and plans to be ,more effective Gary Folds, Elizabeth, Humphries. General Contractors' plan room duced by Mrs. Boynton she spokeon
Sandra Lamp!, Martha Sellers Ila and in Pahokee at the offices of
; and Mrs. M. I. Keen 'auditor. in dealing with these issues "Teac1J. g the Bible to Child
Installation''will :be May 11! the ,current membership situation, Mae Smith, Lamar:' Williams. Shirley: Bros., Inc.The ren.'" Also"'guests were Mrs. N. L.
I # M}s. Mosley presided at the business commodity activities and .the 10th Grade: City is pledging electric Taylor of Belle Glade, Mrs. Leo
session the absence of Mrs. ies Program work for Lad-I Honor Roll, 'Robert Boe Judy
Maxwell and Mrs. A D. Beverly
power franchise taxes paid by the
Frank Friend, retiring president, Farm Bureau: members and their Brooker, Janette Harrington.. Roger Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, chairman,
1 Florida Power and Co.
Ronald Light as
Hatton John
Hundley,
who was ill. Mrs John Padgettwas friends are invited to attend. The presided at the business.
appointed to represent'the Everglades Farm Bureau office in I Kautz, Patricia Keene, Bonnilu security for the bonds dated, May The' stewardship program at the

club at a special meeting of representatives the Elsberry Building,:Belle Glide, i Lair John. Lowe, Claud Morgan I 1, I960 retirement set for 1967. meeting of the Mabel Simonson

of'various civic' groupsto will be closed all day March 30th. I Evelyn Stacy, Kathryn fAll Young., ... Circle at the home of'Mrs..John : Y.
discuss program :plans for the 9th Grade: Padgett was presented by Mrs, G.
annual Fourth of July celebration As A's, Wayfle Boynton, Coa- Band Contest For W. Byrd, assisted by Mrs. J. V.
UsualPahokeeBand1yR l
.stance Singletary.
program at Pahokee Harbor.. Thomas, Mrs C.A. Shive, Mrs. I., ,;
The club voted to: assist Jn .the i Honor Roll John Cook, Roy I II' Pahokee Mar. 30 W. Weeks and Mrs Thomas Hig-
r. which) be1 held -Jn Goodson, Joe Graham,.' Betty Jo
radiothon will, ; ltes :High nite. The group voted a WSCS life .
Y.k -f May to raise funds for the Paho- : Phillips' Douglas Pottw Heather membership to a member of the

kee Youth Center.: i Reed John Robbina DcnaM+ 'Tank': The District Three Band Contest Methodist Youth FdUow'ssup. Mrs.Yxntleis .
4|ewley, Crate Tucker,Jinimfc Yqo' '
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"litt4l3t'ShfGunl embersofthVclub Five'soloists and ,'an ensemtM the '
v. :'Li e:PahokeeJfifhjkbopl have beenMnvited-to.T be fem:the ,Pahokee: :Hlgfi''Scfaeorf : LfadL7 : i ,1 I will be,held jthe: high JscJiopf: (.uljUtorium ; 'af":\)rt idajt'guu4hY: ': = 'O" young' ; :
#B rts",of-: thefBelle: Glade;-Wom : B&ridwe. f awarded first place: !I .rHonoifRoll Wednesday, .March J30 circle- local shut-in*. >>
t : 'an's Club.at a luncheon on Maya ,(superior); ratings in the, District)I 8th Grade: I Ir. I starting at 2 p. m. A playlet, entitled The cio;cc.t,
'. :- ;' also, that two, members of the Three ,Contest,for soloists and ensembles -1 r. ,: William Boe, Bruce I I. The band under'the direction of was presented 'by MrsX Hugo Boa
:>.)',.{ Pahokee Club, 'Mrs. Wiley Tillis held in the school audi-i Boynton, Ronald'Bracewell'Thomas -!: Bandmaster Robert O. Lampi will,'at 'the meeting, 0$ the Gertrude
I..' :' '- and'Hrs.. M. P.' Stanley,assisted in torium Tuesday morning. ,. Brock Wilma 'Cooper, James play two numbers in the concert Shirley Circle at the home'of Mrs.
I ->-, : ( the work :at the TB X-ray mobile This group included Buddy Lamps Crauswell Harry Cunningham'I division of the contest and one Walter Lowe, with :Mrs. James
i -<:' ., unit while it was stationed in Pa- trombone; 'Bonnilu' Lair, flute; Robert Culberson, Dianne Graham, "sight-seeing" number totally un- Moore, co-hostessv'knd; Mrs. L. L.

' hok e recently ,It was 'decided to Becky..Grimes, ,piano; Alice Elaine 'Carol Hatton, Wayne Hundley, rehearsed prior to the performance. Shirley, chairman presiding. In
. ;' sponsor a candy sale as a fundraising Hurt, piano, and Sandra Lampi I Dorothy Lair, Charles Pell. Aman-I ..In the third phase of the con- the cast with Mrs. Boe were Mrs.
.:" project. baton twirling; and clarinet quar- da 'Pitts, Jann Plumer Linda i test-the group' will perform as a R. C. Lane Mrs. John Zimmerman,
Mrs. Manning Keen, program tet composed ,of Myra ,Jones, .Penny Sheffield, Roger Simonson, Pete marching band on the athletic i Mrs. Kyle Scott, Mrs. R. G. White-
( chairman, introduced Dr. R. C, : Sasser Dorothy. Hatton and Storey Dorsey Thompson, John j:field. side Mrs. Leon Spooner, :Mrs. J. G.
P? :; Lane and,James_ W Vann whI' Jane Ryals. All are eligible to compete I Wade, Linda Wilson Donald Wind- Edwina Humphreys will direct I Thomas and Mrs. F. S. Parrish.
showed motion ,entitled in the State Band Contest,' ham. I
T a picture the band in one number as a competing (continued on page 8)
"The New. Look in Styles. Southern Division,,to be held in St. 7th Grade: student director. I --- .
I t. ."-' Petersburg May 5.6=7. Honor' Roll, Patricia BIns, Lau-I Contest will, 'be Manley .
1 1r. r r ra Boyd, Glenda King, John Pell, judges I Bill Erickson New-
excellent
Second place ( ) ratings Whitcomb director of bands, -
Linda Willola
Reid
Tyson
Hank e.Newr
Aldrid received by Karen Adams
F.r. : were .. Florida State University; Charles J
bariton horn soloist; Yvonne ,Quarmby, director of bands Elks ExaltedRukr'

; : Rotary President Thompson and ,Dorothy Batchelor, Have ,You Filed "atee High School Bradenton Mart-I.
r{. I baton, twirling soloists. t 1 YQur Homestead Robert Scott, director of'bands ,
Jack Williams, director of the '
Jefferson High School Tampa. William E. (Bill) Erickspn! of
,:: p;; Hank Aldridge of ,the::McCurdy-I, Winter Park Senior. High School I Exemption Yet? I The public is Invited to attend. I Canal Point was elected exalted
.' ,: : Band, served as 'judge in the con-
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Mitchell Supply Company of Pat ruler of Pahokee BPOE Lodge
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-.:. hokee will be the new-president of i test. i I.. County Tax Assessor, David I Rotarians Back I 1638 at the annual election of officers -
the Pahokee Rotary ,club, begin- e'CI= Stewart has announced that the I held at the Elks home here.

t ruing [July 1.: His name; headed' 'a!Indiante'o; S :. I Assessor's' ice,.Room 201.County -I New University Oth officers for the coming year .
Palate of officers preeei ted,-meter-' Court House, will be open on iI J JI elected were Harold B. Wilkinson,.
;= ,i day at:'the regular"weekly.meeting Entertained, Pahokee// I Saturday Attorning, March 26th,I II : 'The.resolution of thePalin Beach :esteemed leading knight;Luke Du...

; of the club..{by' ;the nominating -- and Again,Tuesday, :March 29pinj] County Resources DevelopmentBOard : fresne, loyal knight; William (Bill)
committee.. C Boy Scout:: P"628'enteria.. I 8:00-p.: m., to receive ,applicationsfor favoring the establishment'r.Hatton,, lecturing knight; Edward
w Fox* 'vice president the name of ed the It Indiantown Troop at their Homestead Exemp ons- The of /i fouryearState:University at A. Jensen, secretary; William M.
'Robert O. Lamps .was' presented Friday'night meeting. The Pioneer' office is being kept open to ac- Boca Raton 'was' endorsed t>y Ihe Weathers treasurer.,J. S.,Barwick, 1
and Dr. ,E. c Johnson's name was I Patrol under; 'the leadership; of comodate people who cannot come I Pahokee Rotary Club,at last weeks I the retiring: exalted ruler, was
presented for secretary. Chester Wayne Boynton gave' demonstrations to the Court House''during regular Thursday luncheon meeting held at elected a member of the board of
Batchelor was suggested for treas on pioneering Afterwards office hours. The deadline for filing I the Woman's Clubwith: PresidentC. I trustees, with a five-year term of '
urer.: I for the exemption-(new or renewal E. (Bill) Williams presiding. I office. A slate of appointive officers -
r;' : To head up the four 'important I serv-ed. I I ) is March 31st and everyone' 181 Robert Apelgren, Elmer Jones,I l win be named by the new
is committees the following were t I board of review was held ;on urged to file before, that, date. Thadd Whidden, O. B. McClure and exalted ruler.Buster .
1. suggested: Director A- Sasser Wednesday night. ,Advancement mm m- I IA.g.Group'Visits I Vance Denton were named on a I I .. c ,'1 .

Watson; Director B-Bill Plumer; Chairman Robert Simonson was in committee,to recommend a new HancockBe
'' Director C-Mike Sanders; ,Director charge assisted by Coach Web '. :-'<<,1 slate: of officers The annual elec-
I>-Luke D fremie. Pea. 'and Hugo Boe. Pahokee-Section tion of officers will be held March, In Pahokee Mon
Pahokee Lions: Club votedat .
The will The 31- '
regular annual,election, '
a be. held next Thursday and the their Tuesday luncheon meeting A group of 22 members of the The club voted to purchase new Buster Hancock candidate for
A above men ',will in all probability 'to sponsor the Pahokee Sea Scoutsin agricultural division of the Miami- club emblem road signs and welcome commissioner of Agriculture, win
''c be officially elected to the important addition to their sponsorship tf Dade County Chamber of Commerce banners to greet out-of-town be at the Woman's Club in Paho
positions mentioned., Boy Scout Troop, 628. The Sea on a tour of the Lake Okee-' 'Rotarians who will, be traveling kee Monday night at 8:00 o'clock
... Scouts will be under the leadershipof 'chob 'e farming section last week through the pity in May enroute to to meet his many Glades friends.A .,
:Mr. and Mrs; ,Sidney Smith of 1 I Mr.Vance Denton who is an ex- was welcomed at Pahokee ,pn the International. Rotary Convention buffet will be served"an4 Mr.
., Tifton, Georgia returned to their perienced Scouter. Thursday by a special committee in Miami Beach. Hancock's friends are -'invited togo '.
.home Monday after. being the:1 Reported; ,by Wayne headed by Mayor F Parrish> and Guest speaker was..Joel Daves out and meet' .him and learn

weekend guests of her parents r rj Ir' Ludlam. Mrs Uldene Toot, executive secre- County solicitor who'spoke on law first'hand his qualifications for. .the.
,:Mr. and. Mrs., J. s. Chastain.. : : tary-of the Pahekee Chamber oft enforcement in Palm Beach Coun job'he seeks., -- *** '
): &a i j Mr. and,Mr&.R. B:Chastain.Jr.1 Commerce. A pteaic lunch prepar- ty. He was introduced by R. M. i -- m e* .
y Mr. and Mrs. E.: R. Wagnon had and daughter, Debbie, visited:her I t ed by members of the Pahokee f Sanders, program chairman. F. :Mrs. Clyde Gritties and':. soil.
as guests his ,mother, Mrs V. H-I parents, Mr.: and.,Mrs.: J. T. ,Platt I I Chapter,. Order 'o;'.JS: stem Star,j Forsee'of Owenslon, Ky., past district Marc of'Tampa were the. ,weekend
Wagon, and sister, Mrs.-J. L. {,Sunday 'enroute to their home in,I was enjoyed by, the group at the. I I governor of Rotary in Kentucky guests of her parents Mr. and.
Harris of Van Buren. 1st. "" i 1 .. .
Ark. Petersburg. .. Pahokee waterfront. was'also a guest. Mrs.J. S. Chastain.. ,' '

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-Il Two "';'i4.'i, / ,. v The'Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida day..1darch..25. .1960P.

; : ''Ray lvieft '
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Green"Asks I Insurance < *

.. His Old Job AgainRay Win New rtbTrip

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Edgar Green, 24th Comp .Franc'- This: Alex M. Johnson

: H troller"of the State of Florida, was and Chester H. Kfaiils, agency rep-
J 1..r'gi I born fa Manatee
County on Sep- resentatives for Life Insurance
r \ ," I tember,1, 1899, the son.of William
.. in the Canal
' i Company of Georgia
F. and Jennie (Rousseau Green.
I Ii f Except for the first year, Mr. : Point area have been designated
x j Green has been a lifelong resident I to attend their Manhattan -
L I 1 1 of Pinellas County. I vention at the Hotel m .

| Ha graduated from Clearwater I New York April 1013.
r. :. I high School, and for" 21 years was Recognized for their outstanding -
I Ir :actively engaged in the operationof records of sales and service- to

: ,' v The Rarflin: Buifdingr In Canal Point Florida a drug store at Clearwater. He policyholders during 1959, they
.- I & a registered pharmacist. will attend the.convention as mem-
:t ', THE LAKE.OKEECHOBEE 'REGION HOME OFh..1 j j tlr. Green was twice elected bers of the President's Club, the
Mayor of Clearwater without oppo- top honor organization. Along with

: THE' : EVERGLApS: NE.WS-i $lon, serving from 1935 until other representatives from Life of
s" 1938. Appointed Clerk of the ..Circuit Georgia's 11-state territory Mr.;
IS I- : Serving.the'L= e'OkeechobeeVarmlhgReyon Without ; 'Court for Pinellas County, he Tillis. Mr. Johnson and Mr. Mullis
will take part in seminars on insurance -
subsequently was three times elected
,Interruption Every Week,for More Than 30 Years JAMES R. SMIL'rsJames
and hear discussions of
serving from 1938 until 1949.
r. Established. .March 11, 1924 -' Published Every FridaySubiscriptioaPrice I He did hot seek reelection but instead their company's plans led by; of:

;' $2.00: Year In Advance L ,R. Smith For came to Tallahassee as Assistant -: ficials. Their' wives will join...them
F t Registrar's Job I ,State Comptroller. for the trip and will participate in
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The Everglades News Entered at the Post Office
Upon the resignation of .the : convention activities. ,
.In.GariaL. Point, Florida, as ,Second Class Matter manager
I i J James R. Smith, announces his Comptroller, Mr. Green was appointed Mr. Tillis is a staff
t =. Paul ,Rardin .. Owner, Editor, Publisher candidacy for the office of Supervisor to the Cabinet office. He Life of Georgia. He belongs to the
:. ,. '. .=' .:.. I. cf Registration of Palm was unopposed for nomination and Baptist Church, Lions Club, and
h:. uSQ: Club JHeafFDr. Asks Beach County, subject to the Dem- election in 1956. Junior Chamber of Commerce. 2e
: Upthegrove ocratic primary May 3, 1960. Mr. Green was a charter member resides, in Pahokee with his, wife'
:. Koiienhiser I ,>' Mr/Smith is 51 years of age and of the Rotary Club of Clearwater, and three children.
" -- I State Senate Job was born in Jellicoe, Kentucky, and continued his membership in Mr. Johnson is a member of the
h} :T Dr. Herman Rodenhiser, .administrator Baptist Church and the Masons.He .
March 10, 1909.# He has resided at Rotary at Tallahassee. He is a Mason -
.
:' in the U. S,. Department '- 1211 S. Olive Ave., West Palm a member of Egypt Temple of lives with his wife and son in
DeWift
r of Agriculture was guest Upthegrove, supervisorof Beach for the past 15 years. the Shrine; an Elk, a Knight of Pahokee.Mr. .
speaker at the March luncheon registration for the past 15 He is a widower and has two Pythias, and a member'of the Trin- Mullis, also of Pahokee, is,
meeting of the Everglades USDA years; has announced his candidacy children Mrs. Thomas H. (Sheila) ity Methodist Church of Tallahassee. a member: of the Baptist Church,
Club held in the.Community Building for the officeof state senator for Cartledge, 848 Francis St., West Lions Club, and ,the Junior Chamber -
; at Canal Point Thursday of Palm ,Beach County. Palm Beach and Clark T. Smith of I of Commerce.
In a statement, Upthegrove said: i .
last Introduced Mills H.
week.
by. Clovis, New Mexico. Mr. Smith'smother *
Byrom, program C4 innan, Dr. 4I believe with the knowledge and Mrs. Martha Tye Smith,I Off To ConnecticutFor Mrs. Margaret Tice '
V
Rodenhiser told 'of the' advances experience I have gained servingas I has lived with him since his fath-i WeddingMrs.
supervisor of registration and Weds John ChandlerThe
made, in administration, and reorganizations i er's death in 1949. ;
of agricultural re- ;corking with the legislature in I Mr. Smith is a member Of the George B. Ramey and her .
. search of USDAand, listed some pf Tallahassee on election laws qualifies First Baptist Church of West Palm brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and pastorium of the Canal Point
the appropriations, made by Congress me to do a better job as your I I Beach; .a 32nd Degree Mason, Mrs. Philo B. Williamson, left Baptist Missionary Church was the

for agricultural research ,for state senator'and give to Palm: :; Shriner, Eastern Star, Palm Beach I Tuesday for West Hartford, Conn., scene Sunday afternoon, March 13,
the coming year. He said improved Beach County its just, share of County Shrine Club; a member of to attend the wedding of their. sis- of the marriage of Mrs. MargaretTice
chances of advancement; and higher. state .funds to support our;, schools, the Palm Beach County Demo- ter Miss Phoebe Awanda Williamson and John Chandler,.;both of
salaries for USDA research roads''and. other public benefits. cratic Executive Committee and and Theodore Edward Beach, Pahokee, with the Rev. Charles D.
i workers is making: this field more "With the friends I have gained other civic and fraternal organizations. which will take place at the First Stewart, pastor, 'officiating .
and more :attractive to young in the legislature, I am well qualified He is also a Lifetime Demo Baptist Church in West Hartford Mr. 'and Mrs. Ray Caldwell of
scientists from college.Dr. to help bring about a fair reapportionment 2 2.30 Belle Glade attendants. Im-
:; graduating Saturday: April: ,at p. m. were
W. Thomas Forsee, Jr.,' : of representation. as. crat.He is a disabled veteran of World Before returning they plan also to mediate members of the. family
chemist' director in charge of. the provided in the! constitution. War n and spent 3D months in the visit their brother and sisterinlaw and a few' close friends' were also
Everglades' Experiment! Station,I. 'I plan to see that.funds are al- European and African Theatres of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Williamson present.

and Dr. Thomas Summers, USDA, Uni-versity. Operation from 1942 until 1945, and family at Darien, Conn., The reception follpwing the cere-
fiber corps researchpathologistrat when.he was,vreUr d,for: disablllty.I and other relative at,New Boston,: mopy? was held at'the,home of Mr,"
EES, were received as hew idem 1 will work for economy in After his retirement, Mr. Smith Mass. and Mrs.. L. W. Mullis in Pahokee,
bers of the club. I government and use good:tcommon moved to West Palm ,Beach. !, f: t.1 With Mrs. Gerald Hair,, a daughterof
It was announced a. color film judgment in the administration of I He has been in the construction: 'r Gordon Hoyle son of Mr. and the bride assisting with the serv-

. oh- "Better .LiVIng Through Re ,'govermental affairs. I I business the greater portion of his Mrs.* Lester Hoyle of Canal Point, ing of refreshments
search" will be featured. at the next 'I. will sponsbr a bill to protect life in Kentucky, ,Michigan and I has received his honorable discharge Mrs. Chandler is manager of !
meeting April 6. our aged and'retired citizens so as Florida, and.has also had'a Garageand from the U. S. Army' after Royal's Department Store in Pa
:Bascom A.. Belcher presided, in to prevent the losS by taxes of any Grocery business in West.I two years of service with overseas hokee knd Mr. Chandler, a con- ,

the absence ,of President Don W. homes."I Palm Beach. At one time, Mr. duty in Germany and is again tract painter, is a pioneer resident. .
Fishier, who; is on an assignmentin will sponsor a bill that will Smith operated an Ice Cream working at his former job with the They will make their home in Pa-
Colombia, S. A. Mrs. P..H.,Dun- .,provide a state monumental park I Vending business which covered all 1 Florida Power and Light Company.,I hokee. .
kelman, Mrs. Edwin H. Todd, : for veterans and their dependents."I of Palm Beach Countv.
Charles'Maxson' arid Wayne Fort- will introduce, and seek its :Mr. Smith stated that "his plat- ---
enberry were introduced as luncheon final passage, a bill that will con- form.was very simple and had only :
guests.In solidate the city of West Palm three parts Honesty, Courtesyand i/lP
the evening, Dr. ,Rodenhiser Beach and county primary elections Efficiency." He stated that j.J: FlORIDA COUNTIES

spoke in _the auditorium of the thereby eliminating hardship while the office of Registrar not
and. confusion of the voters resid- I
Glades Office Building on "RussianAgriculture'
involved in controversial issues regarding
ing hi the city'o/ West Palm Beach I
illustrating{ his talk I Public policy, nor the-direct -
with color glides oz Russian_ agricultural and with a saying tothe, taxpayers."I spending of our tax monies, WAKUlLAqouNTY'
scenes which, ,,he photographed will continue my work to this fact in no way lessens or reduces I AL1
during his;;viflitto, Rassie utilize and preserve our natural the importance of this'office.

in 1958 as head of aigroup; qf American ,resources. Basically it is,one' of the most im-
scientists, t, "' 'T believe in progress and, the portant offices in' our' County and County Seat,
-,.. development of our state and coun- I
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CLASSIFIED SIDS ty. exercise your right to vote is
PAY Bid DIVIDENDSC1sifidAds "I ,am now the' president of_the
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Florida Stale/AsaoCia ioiI of_Supervisors ,
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elected ,their first president.Williams' .
and honest elections has it's beginning -
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?i''i-- Mr. and-Mr's: : M.:,H. Baxter. in Pa
I F 0ig.,"6ALE, .;.' New-and-used. -Willys 'hokee Sway: the following qualifications: 1
-. h'M willingness to work'full time at the .
Jeeps: Walter Ashley's' Garage.
In Eerie Glade; Phone i 306 S: NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO job; Sound personnel managerial ,

... OcC l"'. REGISTER, FICTITIOUS experience; and ability, integretyand
NAME honesty above reproach. =

SUBSCRIPTION expiration dates Notice Is' hereby given that the Mr. Smith states ,that it is his v
to thla.newspaper :are .marked undersigned under the provisions belief that by retaining the trained .

on youc.name..labelas comes to of Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida. personnel now employed In the Excellent fishing'and hunting attract many touriststo j
you each,week. Checkthe, date,on with Registrar's office, and through and. : '
< Acts of 1941 will register Wakulla County. In fact, commercial fishing
yours. That is.your date to renew thel' Clerk of the Circuit Court, in close association and work with tourists comprise the main source of income 9 in addition i
We'll be lookingfor. a check. and for Palm Beach County; Florida them, that continued efficiency,and to agriculture and timber, Most of the county's .
Thanks. The Everglades News upon receipt of proof of Publication improvement in the office will be I 298,900 acres of forest lands ere embraced by the Apalachicola J I

PRINTING} OF ALL KINDS.' .If of this notice the fictitious -, assured the citizens of our County. National Fprest. Enormous Wakulla. Springs is
.. ...JA. I a worldwide. attraction. It boils up from lynestone formations -
;you need cards jenveiopes.-letter- name, to wit: and covers an area of more than four attes.I I i .
; ifeatlst: ''s&tement :;'bul heads, hand MERCURY PHARMACEUTICALCOMPANY Hartsoe r Chiong Some sources claim this famous spring inspired the name .-. ,

laS&S: vor samethlng'in'the"printing I (Waku11att-an Indian word meaning "mystery". r .
line'just step.to: the'phone'and'can WHOLESALE RETAIL DEALER Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson In progressive _Wakulla County, and throughout i I
Th6 Everglades News at Canal under which I am engaged in business announce the marriage of her'daughter Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation works ,
Pot, No 2661..We are experts inpiodudng ,at' ,Pahokee, Florida. Verna Hbrtsoe, to Dr. Vin- I constantly to maintain the sale of beer and ale Under
excellent printing and That the' party interested in cente Chiong at Warrensville, N. pleasant, orderly conditions. Believing that strict law t .
Our prices are in-line with out of said business is,as follows: c., Thursday, March 10. The bride, enforcement serves the best interest of the.! people.of 1
Florida the Foundation stresses close cooperation with .
JAN HAMILTON Owner is former .
a registered nurse, a
town printers: who cone, to ,tneGlades the Armed Forces, law enforcement and governing officials ,
f '. for printing" b Si iess.Please' Pahokee .County of Palm Beach, member of"tiie nursing staff at the ;
give us a call. Phone 2661. Florida, March 11, 1960. Everglades Memorial Hospital. _, .. I. ,
Firm Name: Mercury Pharmaceutical During her residence in Pahokeeshe aE a.-'fLOtUjA: $ ]
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FOB RENT-Completely' furnished Company made her home lathe Schroder Mist f United State BrttcrrM' 1ltGHTr
8 room home: All electric yvholesaJe'RetaU apartment on East Main St. After BRJGH'T i Foundation f fVEft.AGE. ;

Icitcheri; Carport aDd gas heat, ca.sal '- Dealer \, March 20 Dr. and Mrs. Chiong will __I[ .... kf = 203 F1arW N.Nave DM.i.a SIT..c .
Point. Phone 3G2'or 636; :MrS '.- BY JAN' HAMILTONPub be at their home at 10220 SW 48th O s DEI\A! N j you" '.vrta.8.r 11MiM 1 I
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'1'. :/ :: v-/it\. rect this most vital and important payers of this County. *
Milton\ Carpenter business. \ Milton Carpenter has been a

t,"' II Here, in our school system, is resident of Belle Glade for the past I

Seeks School JobIn where we need modern, streamlined -. five years. He associated with \
: '! efficient and Economic man-' his father in the Carpenter Insurance -
: Hancock '
- Buster We are now faced with a t Agency,"Ine., Pahokee, an Insurance -
recommendation to spend an additional -' and Real Estate Firm. He
announcing his candidacy for
million dollars born December 25, 1928 in Pa-
thirty (30) was
Boardof
member of The Palm Beach
during the next 5 for increased hokee and attended Elementaryand
' / Public Instruction n from-District i years .j.jf I
,.,- WILL' BE- IN PAHOKEE:: 4. (Glades Area), Milton O. Car- f physical"fadlitles.,for: our school f(, High School there. He then
i children. All of these expendituresmust ,attended the University of Florida

,. .. I I be met by the taxpayers.If I and the Massachusetts Trade Shop .

elected on May 3, I promise to School in Boston, Mass. Mr. Carpenter -

; 8 : Monday Mar. 28 make a careful and deliberate]1 now resides at 316 N. W.

p..m study of ou' school budget and I I,Avenue "E", Belle ,Glade, with his

,school system.To wife and two daughters, one of
work diligently toward: (1) I whom attends Elementary School J

\ AT THE of ic: cI A modem school system. (2) A 1 lin Belle Glade.
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J Working School Board. (3) Econ-!'| Mr. Carpenter served two years

I t omy. in the U. S. Navy during 194647.

( The Florida State Board of Con-I He is an officer the Belle Glade

y Woman's Club trol requires that any expenditure' Lions Club, a member of Belle

: ; in excess of $300.00 must be subject I Glade Masonic Lodge No. 273 F.

F, to at least three (3) competitive & A. M., Troup Councilman for

bids (with an exception for the Boy Scout Troop No. 622, Belle

COME AND MEET'THIs' purchase of cash registers). This Glade. An active church member,
., requirement has not been compliedwith he directs the Senior Choir of the

J in the past, resulting in the, Pahokee Methodist Church and is
CANDIDATE FOR :5
:. loss of literally thousands of dollars a member' of the Board of Stew-

.. iTL '.<. to the taxpayers. If electedon ards of his Church the Community

_____ ji May 3, I shall' insist that this Methodist Church of Belle Glade.

r Commissioner, Agriculture I requirement every respect be effecting complied,a saving with in to CLASSIFIED_ ADS I

the (already overburdened) tax PAT BIG DIVIDENDS
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.: MILTON CARPENTER HI, M 11 I .I I I I I M i It 111 I 1 I I MM I'HM I I I tit iMM'HM> |

it.; fonvj..v 'WjiM..Y tiM8M41i.Y.J i WM Ui lU.V.\l.IiIUu.u-.u.iti..V\/\/_
: I penter stated: "I would first like THEATRESPRINCE

-- to express my sincere thanks to '

INTENTION my many friends, the voters of I
NOTICE OF
Life Member Get- .
" TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS Palm Beach County, for the confi- / LAKE DRIVE-IN

NAME dence they recently placed in me '. :- l ..
that the (continued from page 1) by electing me as one of their : Pahokee .,jjL Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Notice is hereby given ,
The circle
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For of
o I many years the people > FEATUIFS '"
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, fants. J.
:: with the I Palm Beach County have seen the : UNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDA
Acts of 1941, will register .
The Margery LairCircle, met at rising need for sincere, qualified, SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
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t- Clerk of the Circuit Court in and the new home of.Mrs. Bill Justiceon MARCH 27-28-29 ,
and dedicated in
-r. for Palm Beach County, Florida, Barfield Highway, with her I men government MARCH 27-28-29 u j jj jj
The Palm Beach Board
County
. upon receipt of proof of fictitious Publication mother, :Mrs. J.' D. Rogers, host- of Public Instruction is a multi- I "THE WRECK OF Some Lie It HOt
of this notice, the ess: Mrs. Duncan 'PadgettWSCSpresident'asaist'ed.Mrs. :
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million dollar business with an
name, to-wit: C. C. Lem- annual THE MARY DEARE" :&-IARILYN MONROE, TONY
budget of approximately
r ANN'S RESTAURANT onds 'with the presentation of'the CURTIS &> JACK LE MON
twenty (20) million 'dollars. This GARY COOPER AND
f in business
under which am engaged .
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program. business must be supported by the O -
tt at Pahokee, Florida. with CHARLTON ETON .
Mrs. H. .J. Anderson, chairr
Tax of Palm Beach
That the party Interested in said' man, presiding,.the group voted :o Careful payers consideration should County.be (CINEMASCOPE) "Miracle of the Hills' .
f business is as follows< :

:::.:f. GEORGAN WATSON, Owner for sPonSor a youth.: a WSCS membership given to the men "we 1 select, ,to di- I frfa..,;,.,;,.;..}..;..{..;.,|.j..;..;..;.,|.,&,|..$+. i.M, .,;..;..;.,,;.,{,.;.,t,.*,.;,y,*,g,;,,:,,*,.;.,:,n., ,.;,.g..,.t '.
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Pahokee, County of Palm Beach,
Mrs. 'Bill Justice received,
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k- March 25 as a';new member the Miriam r t 'Il":" ;J
:;' Firm Name: Ann's RestaurantBy Circle at the meeting-at the home -: .

Georgan Watson.. of,Mrs_I. M. Lair, with Mrs. R. F. .
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1::: Pub. March 25,April 1, 8, 15, 960. Hurt;; co-hostess. Mrs. Glenn Brow- : 'illyoucan !tit. : t

err assisted by.Mrs. D. B. Watkins, :

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NOTICE OF' INTENTIONTO presented program. ... .... t
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME life membership for a youth was \ 1. ': "
Public notice is hereby given of the voted. Mrs. E.'D.Sims, Jr., gave -'4: :1-f ',
,, intention of the undersigned to register huyitf' <,'
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the devotionals and Mrs. Ernest >
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of =
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Palm Beach County Florida pursuant I Maxwell, chairman, presided.. ,
: to section 889.09. Florida statutes oft ... "c"
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1941. the fictitious name, to-wit: l ) : ,. : "
,r BROADWAY AUTO'SALES HAMBURGER FRY I p
J.. .' under which I am doing business at '
}'!- '2401 Broadway. West Palm Beach Pahokee 'Boy'Scout Troop 628, "
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t DWIGHT MCOARYNr. following-the regular weekly meet- : I

:- Publish; Mar. 4. 11, 18. 25. 1960 ing in the City' Park, entertained

,. members .of the Indiantown Boy

t. Scout, Troop at a hamburger fry.

.. In charge of arrangements was
the Pioneer Patrol under the dIrec-

i J., ELECTS tion of Joe Graham.
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had as a guest their son, Hugh ,
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HANCOCKThe the U. S. Forestry Service from
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NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
LANDOWNERS OF'PELICAN LAKE .
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r 'Notice SUB-DRAINAGE'is hereby given DISTRICT that pursuant\ "The new Ford Starliner was built powered to'he'the'u?" '

........ ., -tr tocalLcl the ,Boarc1.of..Superv1sol'J1 of j4 5h*
annual Pelican Lake meeting Sub-Drainage of the landowners District; the of ) .'7't* 'finestperformer' FORD ever made. We invite yqu 10"eni )l'1; f f -r

'1. Pelican ate Bub-Drainage District tor *
, .tl: the the:year Dltrlct 1960 TTUI in,.be the held Rardin! at the Building officeof :: l'' '- .' '!the experience of driving it"-YOUR FORD DEALER( ;:* : ; tr

at Canal Point. Palm Beach County '': ,'
Florida on Monday. April 11. I960 at If you're hankering for the sweetest performance engine that says "yes" when you say **go>" :.
ZOO o'clock. P. &L for the of:
Iv Eledtlng one Supervisor purposes for a you've ever experienced, this Is for you theVe'n:talking about the optional Thunderbirdone
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term of three years. and only 1960 Ford Starliner. 352 Special V-8 and to make it even more .
I 2. Receiving such annual action reports with respect andtaking Beneath7:that racy, hard-top rooflinc, there's spectacular teamed with Ford's Cruise-O-

for folks and sheer deMatic: Drive! .
: thereto as the landowners maJ'determine .. room strapping -
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such other business gance over JVh.11101 see jour Ford Dealer right now? -"
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it as may come before the meeting. the Idisoiininating. As for comfort, there'sa
,.. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS new 5-foot-wide tread beneath that makes SPECIAL SPRING SHOWINGI

The Only fully qualified DRAINAGE OF. PELICAN DISTRICT LAKE SUB- this the smoothest, loveliest-riding car in all SPECIAL SPRING DEALS IN THE WHOLE .

By: W. C. Owen. President Ford history. .- WONDERFUL NEW WORLD OF FORDS --,
!" .: candidate for Publish: March 25. April 1. 1960. And, just for you.. beneath that road- ': :',
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" NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING 'OF hugging, safety-vision hood you've got an : "
l LANDOWNERS OF EAST SHORE ," ;
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to call of the Board of Supervisors of .'
:" I East Shore Drainage District the an- '
AGRICULTURE nual meeting of the landowners of .
.' Eat Shore Drainage District for the Yov con get the tout '. "';
" I year 1960 will be held at the office of opt onal .nginpcrformoiic ,lC"'iI :':x ....
:' Successful farmer the District in the Rarrtln.Building at *. .ill ikd']9bJ', "; ,
I ? Business man Canal Point. Florida. on Monday, oil a$'?' ford Svniiner coareifioti. '."
llt at 11:00,o'clock.'A. M. for the purposes -I '.
'Educated in Florida Schools of: ,,; F.D.A., ."
'V. $. S. Degree in Agriculture I. 1. Meeting one Supervisor for a I '
term of three years. .. fti-, of Uhlim "Bi2' FALCON-Tfe ., .
U. of Flo. -n FMMS*Font a N. -sin Fort THUNDERB1RD-TJ WxVi Mol Wa '.;Ca
2. Receiving annual reports. an 1 ,
Marine Veteran I .taking_ such. action with respect ; ', -
**v--* a" "e landowners may de- .
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Long\ record of selfleu Family service 3.termine Transacting: and such, other businessas -. Pahokee Motor Company Rg.. _y:'

\ to Florida Agriculture may come before the meeting. ; .
\ BOARD' OP SUP> VI oRS
Paid far. by OP EAST SHORE DRAIN- I; .. ",. _, .PAHOKEE, FLORIDA :':\:_'1.
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W. C. Owen President
.Publish: : 'March 25iApril ,1. I960." ;4..,.' SEE-"FOBD STABTmE" IN LIVING COLOR TUESDAYS' ON NBCTVT:: "-"




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_.'.-, .. Baker"Eddy are the following:- ',Penny McKinstry
"Spirit imparts the understanding -
" .' -which uplifts consciousness!! Has Birthday: Party 'J

and leads into all truth. Spir-< '-
,', itual sense is the discernment of i Mrs. Sam McKinstry. Sr.. ,
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', : spiritual good. Understanding Is tertained at the Pahokee -.
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;; the line of demarcation betweenthe Center with, a dance party .

, real and unreal. This understanding ing her granddaughter, Mis

, $ r is not intellectual .!Snot ny McKinstry, on her 16th ,
_r the result of scholarly attainments -i day anniversary. The St. P; ,-c:

; it is.the reality of all things ] Day motiff was used in tut ,

r.. ;, ,' brought to light" (505:16-17. 20-: 'II' decorations. Music for dan
.: .r 22, 26-28)). furnished by the Rocking .
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k '\ The Methodist"Church anal pt. Missionary Christian Science ... I Orchestra. "

")" : Canal ChurchRev. Of Canal PointThe Four Circles To :: Prizes were awarded 5 : .
x Point lryori .a Baptist Group Marilyn Mock,.and La ,
: Hold March Meets
Rogers and Wayne Roman
Charles D. Stewart, Pastor of an real
.r... Robert A. Shelley';Pastor divine source perception contest ,winners. The host
: SUNDAY: SUNDAY* and will be
: understanding The four circles of the Pahokee assisted by her sister. :
K;. 10:00: a. m.--Church School 9:45 a.Sunday School :
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fort ser- Barwick, and her daughte
= ; : t 11:,o0 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. mv--Morning Worship Baptist: Woman's Missionary Society yam.
: i 6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship 6:30: p. m.-Training Unioa.: vices Sunday in i the Lesson-Sermon will conduct their March t j!Tlllis Billy Rogers and Mrs.
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also by Miss Lin<
entitled "Reality. ;
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.Evening Worship -
,1 meetings at homes of members Refreshments r
i :" MONDAY: WEDNESDAY: Events in the lives of the prophets Raney. we 0
';: : .'_ 3:15 p. m. Youth Choir,practice 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Keetl g. Elijah and, ;Elisha will be Tuesday. The Betty Mills Circte,,to 100 guests.
t, r TUESDAY: .. .' featured the Bible readings..Also will meet in the morning at 9:30] .ry .

; -' 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society Holy Nativity included Will be Paula statementon o'clock at the home of Mrs. Leland j I:BAND ADJUDICATOR -
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J';' 1st Tuesday phophecy ,to"the Thessalonians: Shirley. Mrs. C. A. Batchelor will yam
': 2nd MONDAY: Episcopal. Church "Quench not the Spirit.Despise not be hostess to members of the Lot- Bandmaster Robertsecretarytreasurer '

:' 7:30 p. m. Esther Class meeting Pahokee prophesyings. Prove all things; tie Moon Circle at her home in the : of _
: WEDNESDAY:. hold fast that which is good" (I afternoon at '3 o'clock. Both the I,Bandmasters AsS ciati ((

\ 7:30 p.jn.-Prayer Meeting :M. Wendell,Halnlln,,Tlcar Thessalonians '5:13-21): .. v :Grace Jernigan. and Fay Taylor,:serve as adjudicator at 1'3
: SUNDAY: Among the selections to be read Circles will meet at 7 p. m., the I I Seventh District Band R
tl" : ,St. Peter ;Lutheran '10:,a.:pn.-Sunday''School' from "Science and Health with latter at the home of Mrs. Lee Fernandina Beach Satu -
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11 a.,m.-:W.orship_Service -Key 16 .the. Scriptures" by Mary: Parker. I 26.

:, ',.'" Church, B. n ]aJe$ ,!. -- t I TI -,

'"'- Erwin J. Baumgartner, Pastor FirsfMethodisturcb

. 60i W. Lake Rd.. Belle.,. Glade 'Pahokee
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Divine Services A.. M -
Rev. dare S. Hall 'tti 1
School !p45: A.lfcChurch '
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9:45 a. in.-Church School
: Of God, 11:90-a. m.-'Morning Worship

';\ '. .Barf ield Highway _, '7:45 6:45:: p.p.:'m.-Evening m.-MYF Worship I Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY: 6-2550 -BElle: Gl _. ,

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'.' 9:45: A. M..-Sunday'School FUESDAY: _
11:00: A. M.-:Morning Worship 7:00: p. .-Vesper' Choir, prac- SALES and SERVICE = F -

.: 4 7:00 P.. M.-L. W. W. B. (Par- ticeWEDNESDAY

.."'..k' sonage) : I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
!i' 7:45 p. In.-Mid-week devotions -
7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship I,
; 7:80 P. M.Tuesday.+Prayer.K et. 8:30 p. m.-Senlor." -Cho1"," ; pray:.
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:;; SUNDAY: 6:45 p. m.-Training,Union '

. 10:00 a. my-Sunday School.,, r-_ _, 800; pv,xn.- Eyenlng. WorshipWEDNESDAY : : ,
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i; ?.:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer
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t.Ii.,", .. 2nd'7:30'.p.and TUESDAYS m.-Ladies AuadUaiy: Canal Point Road ;M;

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t', 8:00 p. m. Thursday W.,M. B.
, 71 Bacon Point Road
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Charles F. Crauswell, Pastor .
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Father David CronInSUNDAY'YA.SSES'
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First two masses of the month
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;, OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN 'I r
; 120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN farmer's wife.The.modern farm kitchen an

;' 'I : laundry are all-electric, of course, beca :' t:- tip.
WE WORK FOR 37IIBEST MARKET INTERESTS OF
j.,' ', I I CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES 1 I electricity is the better way..Push-button :

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f r i WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER'PARTI-. tricity brings happier living.

I CITATION! AND MAINTAltf OPEN COMPETITIVE !i is the biggest bargain in town. = s._ = =
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Local lions Favor- 'Dick Bordeaux ,-.:f|:-

4F IR80NALNEWSNOTES S I Stationed In Spain 1;

,. Boca Raton School -
.. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux of
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I Canal Point have received :word
*. and Mrs.: _R. J, Crews had Mrs., Helen Schroder returned '
I The Canal Point Lions at from their Charles RichardDick
;.Mr. and Mrs. Erwin ,CrowleyMarlene dub son, :
[uests. over the weekend their the first of_the week from a visit '
( the weekly meeting in the Community ( ) Bordeaux, chief electronics
I Singletary) of Pahokee
'ht r, Mrs. A. C. Stone, of;) Fort with Mrs R.: T. Jermyn at St.
Mrs.. Stone announce the birth of a daughter, Building adopted the resolution mate in the U. S. Navy, now stationed .
'e. was accom. Petersburg. t
-I passed by the Palm Beach at Robota, Spain, that hiswife's
Myra Teresa at the Everglades
by Mrs. Roy Bixby, also of Anderson Chsatain who has
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I Memorial Hospital, March.15.: County Resources DevelopmentBoard I! parents, Mr. and Mrs; E.
[Pierce.
been a patient -at Good Samaritan: Mr. and Mrs.Paul Bowden fadellla favoring the propoosed Palloti, and their son perished in
'gt.; and .Mrs. Don Avera of tj s ;.-cl for several weeks with a
Plank) of Clewiston announce establisment of a four-year state'I the recent earthquake at Agadlr,
[do visited her parents, Mr. heart condition was moved to Jack-i I le birth of a' daughter, Christine university at Boca Raton. It was. Morocco, N. Africa. -He said that
lira. S. L. and other Memorial
Lindsay
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on hospital in Miami Faye, at the Everglades Memorial reported club members have made his wife had just returned from a
[yes in Pahokee .' I
Sunday. cdl:(sJay for surgery next week i
.. :: excellent progress in their electric; visit with her parents the first
.u.pita
Major Gibson of Thomas ilr. ad Mrs; Horace H Unwin I Maresa. .. ,
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\ -- -. bulb sales campaign to-raise funds visit in three years, when the
Ca., is visiting her brother, c* ,A I '.! to Tallaliassee? by the for a roadside beautification project tragedy occured.

on H.Chastain, at the Good serious Illness of'their son, Wayne Future'Farmers President James Gibson pre .. -
'tan Hospital, West Palm Unwin a student,at Florida State sided..

I, where he .is a, patient, and' I I'University: who, is a patient at 'a I Hear Ed Thomas FFA Officers OFFICERS of the SPEAK Pahokee Chapter
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[relatives in Canal Point .aJanassac hospital:
and Mrs. T. L. Dean have T-Sst, James Barnes, son of Mr." Edmund Thomas of Canal Point, Heme-Made Do-Nuts Future Farmers of America, ,
lest this;week' their daught-I I and Mrs. Homer Barnes of Paho sales manager of the Lake Okee- At Coffee presented a program relating f .to
Shop FFA activities at. the Tuesday,
A..C,.Maloy, of Belle Glade, kee has rejoined his family in Ja chobee Farmers Cooperative, was
.. guest speaker at'.the of .,.. luncheon meeting of the Pahokee
d as guests Sunday their in; after spending two months .it meeting "
the Have you tried the home-made Lions Club. They were introduced
Pahokee
Chapter, Future
j daughter-in-law Mr. and
the Travis Air Force Base in' California :
Farmers do-nuts at the Coffee Shop in Can- by Norma Norman, chapter advis-
ster Dean, of, Rustin. where he took a special of America, in the Agricultural -
al Point? If haven't, then or.
[d Mrs.B. Elliott, who have Bourse,for crew members of the jet building pn,the Pahokee you .
there is treat in store for .
High School The a you.
campUs.
Ring, relatives, in ,Sebring, bombers. subjectof
and 'Pahokee while he.: 1sng Mrs. George Elarbee had ,as his talk waS' "The Marketing of The Shop is being operated by I HOSPITAL PATIENTS
Glades-grown Fresh Vegetables..' Mrs. Harvie Batchelor who is ably Among patients at the Ever-
from surgery, return- guests her: nephew and niece, Mr. -
|irham, N. C., this week and Mrs. Ernest Middleton of Wayne Wagribn, vice president, assisted by Mrs.. Dot Harvey and glades Memorial Hospital Wednesday

will enter the Duke Hos- Charleston, S. C.; also her grandson presided in: the absence. of President recently' they added the homemade were M. J. Sapp, Mrs. Blanche

(a progress checkup.Mrs. Harry Brooks Elarbee, and Johnny,Kautz.. .. do-nuts' to their already delicious Armstrong Mrs. Matalee Kirk,
L., Bordeaux have his wife,of West Palm Beach. food offerings. The next Madison DeVane, Mrs. Elaine Baker -
:Philadelphia, Pa., after Mr., and Mrs. R. J. Hegar of I :Mrs.; J. K. Royeton la ill at the time you feel like you want a cup Thomas Findley, Mrs. Ann

[th his brotherand: siSver- Buffalo! N. Y., have gone to Miami home of her,sister, Mrs.. Eva Low- of coffee, stop by.the... Coffee Shop. Mills, Emmett Murphy Harvey
and' Mrs. J.. ,H Bor- after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. other relatives_ in.Canal Point. JI. \.aldron, J. C. Stanford and Cedric
Canal Point. Gann : _':- Mr... and Mrs. Dave Crum and Miller. .
k George at Canal Point. _
Mr. and Mrs. R. Lemonds and have returned to Mead- --- -- w m
,Mrs. Grady Smith ande Mr, and Mrs. Sherman Winnigerand *N. daughter
returned ville Pa., after visit here with Mrs ..I. B. Seckinger of Glenn-
:returned to Leesburg children of Shoals, Ind., who son, Sammy, recently a.
there with.her parents are vacationing at Fort Pierce, from a tour of the Florida west Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Nicely and vile Georgia is the guest of Mr.

Vs. Leo Wroten. visited her grandparents Mr,. and coast. family. \ 1 I and Mrs. Paul Rardin this week.

|trs. Foster'Dykes have Mrs. M. F., George, at Canal Point.J I ... _.
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visit with' Mr. and from Dania where she at- .
dsay at Pahokee. tended a party in celebration of the 10.

Don hillier had as birthday anniversary of her mother ..., .
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.' y their son-in-law Mrs. Ella Crippen. i iI it
r. and Mrs. Jamesy Mr. and Mrs. George McLarty of Easy Livi g Within Easy Reach!

of West Palm Lake Worth and daughter, Mrs.

David Bleech. of Miami, former
F. Kincaid are Pahokee residents, visited relatives

md daughter-In- and friends here Sunday*. 'i

Farris, Kincaid;' Mrs. Ada Culberson has'returned? ,.
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at GainesvilJe from a two weeks' visit with her

dent,,at the son-in-law? and !daughter, 'Mr. and

Kim has Mrs., W., tX. Stamps, in 'Miami.r: I t 4nv,r .' a i
k. Mrs. Jimmy Forguson has returned -

'Barnesefn to Pensacola after a visit

with"her aunt, Mrs.:Nell Miller, at ,, J' :
at J Pahokee.:.Before returning she and r.'f0. J.Ai t 3 Y *

Mrs. Miller -vislt d'the latter's 'L .

son-in-law and daughter Mr. and .y' .

Mrs. ,F. ,H. Hinkorfer, at Orlando. "

Mrs. Hugh' Branch will be host ,
ess to members the Sod Busters : -

'Garden Circle at a meeting at her,

S :home Tuesday, March 29. *

...Mr and Mrs. Marvin F. Crady :
IMUTjL TED and daughter, Mrs. Harry Sheppard 4 :

visited Mrs., H. L. Sheppard,
t Lake Worth Sunday. 'I

''Mr;, and Mrs. L E. Hamilton, : ya

I ormer Pahokee residents ,now.,liv-
g at New Smyrna Beach, visited

friends. while here the past. week .,, y.I' .
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on. business' ,
; T. J.- Mullis has 'returned to Mo-

ile; Ala., after a visit here with
's parents, Mr. and Mrs. '14"'W. .

ullis. 1"'st: i. J q..
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