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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: April 1, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
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System ID: UF00079910:00014
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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April 1,1960 PUBLISHEDfIN CANAL POINT BY f AULRARDIN .,
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[ i Richlands Lease Saturday East Day Plans "T'T"'l Sunland Motel Bids Opened For\

Register To Vote Open For BusinessSunland

Comes Up June 30 For Jail City Hall Work '
Saturday a day on which Motel Is open in Belle :

county offices are usually closedis Glade on SR80 between the city '
Cabinet Trustees of the Internal the last day to register to vote Mayor F, S. Parrish, Chairmanof limits of Belle Glade and the Belle Bids for the construction of new *
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Improvement Fund meeting Tuesday Mrs. E. L. Pope of the Glades Office the American. Society Glade Memorial hospital. :Mr. and additions to the Pahokee city hall ;
i ,in Tallahassee ruled that' as a Building said the office will be Crusade for.Pahokee, has announced Mrs. ;George Scarborough, long- jail and fire station were opened ./
condition for bidding for a lease on kept open all day Saturday in or- the following plans which will time residents of Belle' Glade, are by the City Council'hi regular session ',.1
i some 3000 acres of Pelican Bay I If der that ''late-comers may get I:get underway/,next week in Paho owners of the handsome new moteL Monday night. Contractors ..':
farmlands in Palm Beach County, themselves qualified to vote. It Ja kee: They have 14 units in the submitting bids were Blanton and *
, the bidders will have.to, 'agree' to the last day to register before the Tuesday, April 5 is the day designated original structure. In ;' years to Unwin, $59,845.00; Wiley Tillis, i
purchase improvements; made by May 3 primary election. So. if you to start contacting business come they plan to build another $79,460.06; John L. Taylor, '$71,-" 1
Richlands Inc., which has held the aren't.registered be sure\Jto:visit houses in Pahokee.. The fol- group of units.Miracle 175.94; and Eddy Construction Co.,
'" state owned tract:under"lease for! the Glades ,office, building:;before lowing will help Mayor Parrish: .. .. 8185800. All bids were referred i
f' '.::( 25 years. ''I 5 *p.: in. Saturday, Apri12.Cancer Lewis Friend, Dr. R. R. Long, Dr. to Elliott Gross city engineer who .: .
i'. The Richland's, Inc., lease expires i i '..... -, E."C. Johnson,Dr. Wilburn Young, Man Lampi will study the bids with the architect 1
;: June 30. The new,lease will be offered CrusadeTo I Bascom Belcher, C.. L. Shirley, Sr., before making his recommendations "'1
t on a 25-year ,basis, with provisions I Web Pell James Vann. (These men to the council.It :
r' for rental increases after I.I.i I I are on, the Social and Community Does It AgainBandmaster was voted to ask interested '
the 8th and 17th years. I Open On April Welfare Committee of the Paho parties to submit offers for the
t. The lease will include a p1'pv13i i I kee Elk's Lodge No. 1638.) purchase of $75,000 in bonds being
[4 ion that, on 120 days notice.. 75 I It I I April 6, land 7th, are days set Robert O. Lampi's issued by the city under provisions
.i I acres needed for proposed"airport: Custom has tagged April 1st asa I aside by members of the Pahokee .Pahokee High School Band was in ordinance number 1-60 to finance
expansion will' be eliminated from : day for practical jokes and horseplay Woman's Club who will again awarded first place (superior) ratings the construction of the city
f the tract.. The new: lease also will I not so for hundreds of [ sponsor the house to house cru In all three divisions (concert hal, jail and fire, station additions. .
delete seven acres which are being dedicated Cancer Crusade volunteers I sade. Mrs. William Plumer, and sight-reading'and marching) The Council will hold a special
set aside for county,park purposes. :Mrs. N. R. Lemonds are the Chairmen of the District'Three Band Contest meeting Wednesday at 3 p. m. .to 'i;
..,. The Board of* County Commissioners There is nothing funny about t for the Woman's Club and held At the high school Wedensday hear proposals for the 'purchas f ,
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of Palm, Beach 'county_,at April Fool's Day for Cancer Crusaders -! they in turn ,have contacted the I I afternoon. Edwina Humphrey, as these bonds. -'-#?' .
the':request of Chairman, Paul -for the date marks the I following who*:have volunteered to student conductor: also received a Also opened at the meetirig-
t' Rardin"several months ago'(sought opening of their annual public education help: Mrs., George Tucker, Mrs.I superior rating in her directing of were bids for the construction of
permission of the Tallahassee 'officials r Wilder the band in a special number: '
: h 'and fund campaign. These Edgar Mrs. Robert Apel- an extension of the city waterworks -
to secure the 75 acre tract volunteers are serious about their gren, Mrs. Norman Kennedy, :Mrs. The' decision Qf the judges: } was 'intake system farther out-fcv "
: :for improvement'of,thert in goal-:.saving lives-now as well ,as Wiley Tillis, M&R. ,R. Long; Mrs. unanimous in the granting- of .the Lake Okte: obee. Submitted were ::,
L.,; ". years to 'come., Officials:.of. Rich* countless;lives ia the future a I Lee Wroten Mss. -.Joe Thompson, all-superior, I rating.The: :.':Judging Z ,d"Ctaaiy "Bres:. 7.500', ,',:;:"
',' :lands.-Inc y,,.bavei,farf| tee*'t fcst bleT'b rreMa ,objective) .-,' '&f sheCrusade :Mrs:- ebn,:S pc/cwMsr ,'Mrsi"J ugene team included, Manley W&tcoiaV". =, ,{ onstriictlon! w:;1.y..; 7rllt- : J'. +
they are in 'agreement'"with the which will continue l Reed Mrs. Louis Davis: Mrs.Wallace ? Florida :State University Ckariea Powell ,Brothers'; too, $10.845'and'1'
plans for, the''county to secure the throughout the month of April. Barnes, Mrs: Frock Baxter, i Quarmby, Manatee High School, an !alternate bid of 12250. Thesa
75,, acre tract along 'with the ad. The.Palm Beach County Crusade I Mrs. John Padgett, Mrs. Horace I Bradenton; -and Rotiert Scott, Jef, bids were referred to Russell Axon,
14- iitional tract ,of seven, acres' just is being directed,.this year: by Fred Unwin. Mrs., Robert Fisher. Mrs.' I ferson High School. Tampa.In consultant: waterworks engineer
north of ,East Shore, Pump on Teverbaugh, West Palm Beach Leland Keene :Mrs. 'B. R. Mosely, earning this top rating the for study and recommendation.City .
which will be built a' small park business :executive who:has set' a Mrs.Sadly JBarwick, Mrs. Sam Mc- I PHS Band is now eligible td compete Attorney Ralph O. Johnsonwas

I ,.,V for entrance to a new boat ramp on $100,000 goal ,for his volunteer Kinstry, Sr.,: Mrs, Lewis Friend : in the State Band Contest, authorized to start proceedings -
the Lake side workers. Mrs. Rupert Mock Mrs. M. P. I Southern Division at St. Petersburg for ,the collection of delin-
;, x Richlands Inc., during'"the 25 Success of the American Cancer Stanley Mrs. Lester Hand, Mrs. May 567. quent sidewalk assessments, some

years it had held the property,here Society's program depends ,upon Carl Davis, Mrs. Hugh Branch; .. _G- of which are up to five years over-
has made about one minis{dollars the generous cooperation of the Mrs. Julian Branch, Mrs. Roy Van f due
worth of improvements, ,including public, Teverbaugh said. degrift Jr., and Mrs. Henry Ep.j Taxes Payable At Appointed on an election board
to, about 5100,000 worth which are re- "If funds are available we can stein. I Glades Office Bldg. for the May 3rd city election were
j movable.. It is the 'removable, D1- step up the research now supported Parents at the East Lake School Mrs. Eula Tillis, clerk; Mrs. Irene
provements that must be purchased in hundreds of laboratories staf- will sponsor the ,crusade in that -"-- Hurt Mrs. Estelle Sanders, Mrs.
by any bidder'other than RIch-I.fed by more than 1,000< scientists section of town.. especially stress- Mrs. George C. Young, managerof Josephine Hardaway and Mrs. Ja-
'. lands, who.is successful in winning who are seeking to control cancer ing the educational value of the 'I the; County Tax Collector Stetson nie Boyd, inspectors; Mrs. Carrie
the lease.Camp. for all time. We can also fill needsin crusade O. Sproul's branch office in Unwin and Mrs. Shirley Shirley
r.' .. Pahokians who not be at I the Glades Office Building an- J.
the Cancer .Society's, programsof may alternates; and R. Crews deputy
;,. ,Trip :Plans service, 'public education and home when volunteers call, may nounces that although' the dead-I I marshal. A mayor, chief of police,
line for paying County' and State
professional education, and save contribute by mailing check made city clerk and three councilmen
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t:' By'Girl Scouts some of the, 85,000 Americans who out to the .'CancerFund" ,to the real estate taxes without penalty (well be elected. -
is such taxes may be paidat
dies of cancer every year-without American Cancer Society, Inc., past It was announced the city is ad-
J\ ," Ia.ns.tor. a camping, trip over need." 140 Lakeview Ave. W. Palm the Glades Office Building' from vertising for a manager of the mu-
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. : the weekend to the: Highlands All Palni 'Beach County? communities Beach. April 1 through April 7-with a nicipal swimming pool in the city .
t.- '-4f)< Hammock State Park near Sebring have been organized for I In Canal Point Mrs. Duke Tucker percent penalty added to the original park: which is scheduled to open

;Jt. : i were completed by members of af the Crusade, Teverbaugh is the Chairman of the crusade bilL Personal property' taxes ,for the season on April 15. A request *" -
'if. said.j I may also at the branch
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; :' : hokee Girl.Scout 33 at the regular .Hundreds of 'volunteers--- and asks anyone there who wishes;: II I! be'paid ,by Frank Brady for the installation -
'-at Mi ,meeting in the Johnsdn Clinic them already at work--win carry I I to contribute towards, the fund I toffice during* this period, with a 1 I of a radio broadcasting .,
J ., ;.,. out drive. ""These towriteher at Box Canal percent penalty added.
.4: : '-. Wednesday night. the volunteers"j 382 antenna on top of the North Lake
f; ; :::- ,Tie Scouts will assemble at the Lhe',chairman said Point or send it direct to the After April 7 it will still be possible Avenue ter towerwas tabled for
r .- \ "First Methodist Church at 3:45 p. Information which we know to: be i iI American Cancer Society, Inc., to pay 1959 taxes at the study. ,
... Glades Office but the
;, i ., nx, Friday; :and leave for camp.at life saving, and I urge_ every 'resident .... Building .
" .. .. .4 o.clock. accompanied by :Mrs. E. of Palm: Beach County to taxpayer will have to pay the pen- .
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i C. Johnson and\ Mrs. Fern I"rank, study these pamphlets, carefully MrS. Tucker Heads alties accured up to the time of
\ troop leaders. Activities at the and heed the advice." ,payment: as determined, through a White Lines Painted

r'. \ .camp will include. nature? study I Glades leaders of the- annual Local Cancer Drive I special Courthouse telephone in West call to'Palm the Beach Coun- On Roads' Edge : ,
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tour. The return trip will be. Sunday crusade include Willis. Warren,
>.-<';-.'t"i-,, afternoon., I Belle Glade; F. S. Parrish, 'Paho- :Mrs.. H. G. (Duke) Tucker Sr.,,and' in addition, will have to pay
t .1: / is chairman of the American Cancer -I the cost of the telephone call. State Road Department 'work-
ax: L' : The Woodchuck Patrol was in kee; Mrs G. H. Tucker, Canal
': -Society Crusade for the Canal On May 30 tax certificates for men have completed painting
: of the Point
i charge opening ceremony
t, Point area where. 'the crusade I unpaid 1959 real estate taxes will white lines on' the outer edge of
p and Carol Mae' Hatton led the -
starts April 1 and will >continue go on public sale, Mrs. Young said. Roads in the Glades. The outside
?: group in the singing., ,
: .' 'Cafeteria.Worker' throughout the month. Residents'. white line is something new start
; : Progress is being made on the
t Canal Point ate asked to send: I ed by the department a couple, of
;;: American. Red Cross first aid Will Speak HereMrs. 10f
l.r; course 'troop members are. taking, contributions to "Cancer I Brenda Carter Wins years ago and motorists are pleased -
Fund' to Mrs. Tucker Box 382, with the assistance the lines
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' : with final examination scheduledfor Jane Lansing, County sup-I I Canal Point.NATIONAL. x, 2nd In Harvest QueenMiss give when driving--especially at
'i.4f, << April 20, according to Elaine, ervisor of school cafeteria managers t -
;_'T4 Y Salvatore, troop reporter. will be guest speaker at the I I Brenda Carter Pahokee I night.

,' :"'r;.; April meeting of the Canal Point I LIBRARY WEEK I high school senior won second r .
7: -":'f NEW SLATE OFFICERS Parent-Teacher Association to be I The Canal Point School Librarywill !place in the Harvest Queen 'Festival HOSPITAL PATIENTS
i r' A new slate of officers will be be' held in, the school auditorium hold open house each school held at Belle Glade Saturday Among patients remaining at '4

j;: ,- elected by Pahokee Methodist Monday night=at 8 p...m. Following day in observance ,of National Library I night. by the ,Jaycees. Miss Karen the Everglades Memorial Hospital
itt Woman's Society of Christian Service the report of the nominating committee Week R April 3-9.During: this Gove of Belle Glade was first place Wednesday were Mrs. Magge
'" it .., at the April meeting theI" I the annual election of .officers week the parents of school children j winner and Miss Pat Anderson Johnson, James Finch,. Tom sum
::: church; Monday at'8 p. m. The Margery will be held.'Floyd Ericksoa are' urged to make insPectiontoura .'came in third. 39 beautiful young van.. :Mrs. Bonnie York,, :MichaelMaxson
YI: Lair Circle will present the is in charge of the program and of the library,'which the Par'J ladies participated in the contest. Debra,Smith Mrs. Bertha ,
program and Mrs.Duncan Padgett, Yrs Joe Cherry, Jr."pre&1dent. will ent-Teacher; :Association helps to|A .capacity, crowd was .in attend- White. J. R. Nix and,,. Mrs. Alice

president, win pride.t. ,preside. maintain.: ,ance. Finch.'I. ". -. '.. .. "

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*. '. r., T\wn __ .. ._ J--. The Everglade News, Canal Point Florida Fridays.April 1960j
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;; : noted.*is the juvenile section which where he served \f or' three years

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'r. tirt. of handling theaffairs of dependent service in the South Pacific: he .

; rti w!t : -and delinquent children up to was.discharged as a first sergeant. \

; :; 17 'years of age. This group of Today he holds membership in The

tj.i: Y} p 'I young citizens, Born said, deserve American Legion.

i careful and studied consideration of Aclive in youth work. Born has

: Y 7UV{f fiX all their many problems together served as president of the Prep

"Ill b yJ with the type of counseling foundin Baseball League for the past five

a happy home-which many of years. This league is made up of I

these youngsters have missed. The 11 teams of high school boys from

r juvenile section of the court Born Jupiter to Boynton Beach. He' is
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said, is one of the, most important also an active member in the.

of all court responsibilities and un- YMCA Indian Guides-a father-

: I 4 Jer his direction will be accorded son program sponsored by thattvtt

':' The' Rardin BuiTdingr In ,Canal Point Florida ':ontinuous attention.The .

court also deals with estates He is a member of Holy Trinity

F' ::' THE:,LAKE OKEEOHOBEB REGION HOME OF Y f Y"Ii' mcompetency proceedings and civil Episcopal Church and resides at

jurisdiction concurrent with the 250 Potter Road, West Palm Beach

* THrWERGLADES NEWS Small Claims Court. Each of these with his wife and two children.

a I sections Born said, will be con-. -

,.c' ducted in a fair manner to TO ATTEND CONFERENCE
Serving: the Lake OlreechotieeFaitining Region Without assure ,

< Interruption Every Week for :More Than 30 Years impartial justice at all times.
.. .. JOHN E. BORN Born who is 40 years old, was Plans to send delegates to the
March 11 1924 Published Friday
., Established Every born in Pennsylvania. He is a annual conference of the Florida

. ,: Subscription"Price $2.00: Year In Advance graduate of the University of Mi- of
MethodistVoman's
Society
John E. Born Seeks ami with two degrees-law and
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The Everglades News Is Entered it'the Post OfficeIn business administration. In connec- Christian Service in Miami, April

Canal 'o1Dt..FloriM. as. Second. Class Matter 18-19 will be by members
(" tion with his work as an attorney, completed
County JudgeshipJohn
/ Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher for the past two years he has of the Canal Point WSCS at
served as president of the Legal
Ithe April meeting in .the Sunday
'FIRST CLASS. scours I Physician's Wife Aid Society.He .
[ E. School building Tuesday at 8 p. m.
Born at
municipal judge
Diane, Graham, Paula Dpke and
.. Roberta Frank .were. advanced to I I Writes 1 Act ComedyA West Palm Beach for the past four was appointed a Florida Deputy Mrs. W. E. Blackwell president
years has announced his candi- Industrial Commissioner a post will preside Mrs. W. K. Buchananwill
the' rank f'first class Scouts at
I the resigned to conduct his campaign present the and Mrs.
dacy in the Democratic program
Primary
the weekly meeting of Pahokee one act comedy "The Suave I
for county judge. 1 Elmer Maxson will be hostess for
Girl Scout Troop 38 held,in the of-: Physician," was performed for election for the office of County
of I He is a veteran of World War 2, the evening.
Judge Palm Beach
f fiber of the Johnson Clinic last members of the medical professionand County.

::' week. 'Mrs. E. C. Johnson troop their wives, at the' Doctor's A practicing attorney for the\\

: leader, was in charge of the ceremony I Day dinner held in the EvergladesClub past ten years, Born in addition to L- :

14 in which the three: 'SCOUts'iI'I' Orange Gardens Sunday his two elected terms on the mu- JIll' CHECK THE JOB.S CHECK THE MAN. .

were awarded the first c i night at'"Palm Beach. nicipal bench also served as Judge' ,

badges according to Elaine Salvatore The play was ,written and directed Ad Litem prior to his election. THEY GO TOGETHER ,

troop reporter. by Mrs. William Gist of Pa- Born said he will campaign en ,
the basis of .
impartial administration -
hokee and parts
were played by ELECT
;I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ,OF THE wives of West Palm Beach phy- of the court and with a pledgeto
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
establish modern methods! of
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR PALM sicians.
t BEACH COUNTY. The Doctor's Day dinner was court management which will serve yk: DOYLI 1 1I
IN CHANCERY 60 C 493-D
to better
OORXNNB HOLLINGSWORTH. : given by the Woman's Auxiliaryto I ; conduct court affairs for

Plaintiff : the Palm Beach County Medical -|all interested parties modern I

JOHN v HOLLINGSWORTH-vs- :: Society to honor their hus- methods which will also be an aid CONNER
Defendant : bands. to court attaches and attorneys I II
NOTICE OF SUIT
i TO: JOHN HOLLINOSWORTIt Address Dr and Mrs. W. T.: Gist and Dr. in carrying out the legal require- +Y
Unknown: I ments of an increasing case load ,
and Mrs. E. C. Johnson were in at-
You are hereby notified, that CortnneHolllngsworth : now being filed in the court. 4ip rcommissioner
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has filed a Bill of Complaint tendance.
against you for divorce and you i '. .' The many facets of the courts of AGRICULTURE
nre.required to serve a copy of your presided the
answer to the complaint on the Plaintiffs Carmen Salvatore, Sr., returned over by county judge.

Box 395.Attorney Pahokee.Thadtf,Florida Whlddenr. and file.the O. Tuesday from a visit of several he said attention.require 'patient and careful FARMER, S BUSINESSMAN '1 LEGISLATOR ,.

original answer In the office of the days with Earl Ingram in West One of the most im- .. pf. pol.,edr.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of XtUm Palm'Beach. I portant facets of the court, he
Beach County. Florida on or beforethe, ,
2nd day of May. 1960; If you fail so to
dp.; judgment by-default,ddee naadedIIn 1N--THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE' -. -- ...,; ., i J '" .
against you for the relief FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT )1:,{\mf'itj'TI ff'r! ''\ ""TIt ir"'ft'l\, "\ "\ "
the complaint. '' Itr\trnfl! "'TIt!mt!rTIt'r I'r' t'\ ''r t,1
I OF. FLORIDA. IN AND FOR PALM
Dated this 25ih day of March.I960. BEACH COUNTY.
I
J. ALEX ARNETTE IN CHANCERY
Clerk of Circuit Court
OTIS
(Circuit Court Seal) / PATTERSON.Plaintiff :: '

. Deputy By Thaddle Clerk P. Plant ABELL PATTERSON.-vs- :: Rent?

l Pub Thadd.:April Whldden 1, 8. 15. and 22. 1960 NOTICE Defendant OF SUIT: Why Pay \

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Attorney for Plaintiff TO ABELL'PATTERSON. ,Address Un-
Box 395Pahokee known:
Florida You are hereby'- notified that Otis !
.. Patterson has fUed a Bill of Complaint
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO against you;for divorce and you are '
REGISTER FICTITIOUS required to serve a copy of your answerto OWN YOUR OWN HOME -
the complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney .
AISLE
I Thadd Whldden: P.' O. Box 395:
; Notice is hereby given that the Pahokee. Florida.,and file the original
answer In the office of the Clerk of the ..
undersigned, under the provisions Circuit Court of 'Palm .Beach County. \ 1
of'Chapter'20,953 Laws of Florida, .Florida on or before the 2nd' day of On the spot financing for all price homes. 5 to 10 years to
I May. 1960: If you fall so to do. Judgment -
ActS of 1941 will register with the''Clerk I by,default will be taken against

'of the Circuit Court, in and you complaint.for, the relief demanded In the pay. Payments usually lower than rentHOUSES .

for Palm Beach County. Florida DATED this 30th day of .March. I ,
upon receipt of proof. of Publication 1960.
J. ALEX ARNETTE
of this notice the fictitious Clerk of Circuit Court

name, to-wit: (Circuit Court By Seal Thadrfle) P. Plant OF DISTINCTION FOR AS
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ANN'S RESTAURANTunder Deputy Clerk ,
which lam; engaged in business Pub. 'April 1. 8. 15. and 22. 1960.
Thadd Whidden
r at :Pahokee Florida. Attorney for Plaintiff '
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That Uie party Interested said P.;O. BOX 395 '
I- Pahokee. Florida UTTLE AS $1495
s business is as :fallows: I
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NOTICE OF .u."NUALMEETING
GEORGAN WATSON. Owner OF I .
LANDOWNERS OF PELICAN LAKE .
lahokee. County 'of Palm. Beach, SUB-DRAINAGE DISTRICT I
Florida March'25.: I960. "Notice Is hereby given that pursuant R ,
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to call ,of the Board of Supervisors of DOWNPAYMENT '
'\ 'Firm Name: Ann's Restaurant Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District the ,. !
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By;'deorgan Watson. ,annual meeting ,of the landowners of I
Pelican. ake Sub-Drainage District forthejrear
Pub.'March 25, April 1.8:15,1960.: 1960 ulll beheld at the officeof : All you n ed is a clear deed to your.lot !
the Dltrtct In the Rardin Building 5 ...
'l--* : One, two or three bedroom homes
NOTICE OF INTENTION ,at Canal,.Point.Palm Beach t County. '
Florida on Monday April 11. '1960. at t
,TO REGISTER FICTITIOUSfc 2:00 o'clock. P. &L. for the purposes'of: "*.
lx Eiedttng one Supervisor for a These homes are completely finished on the outside, unfinished: on the inside E
NAME. ..
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term of three years. '
Notice Is'hereby veil :4atke I 2. Receiving 'annual reports and I except for flooring and studding partition. t
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the taking 'such action with respect : .
undersigned. under provisions thereto as the landowners may "VE'CAN'FURN7SH A THREE PIECE BATHSET ELECTRIC WERE-
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of chapter'20,953'Laws of Florida, I determine: and
Acts of 1941. win with 3.Transacting 'such other business ING, DOUBLE'SINK.:AND-CABINETS, SfffiETROCK OR FIN& f
register
as may come before the meeting.
the Clerk of the Circuit Court;; inand )I BOARD OP SUPERVISORS ,,: 'PANELLING AND'STILL NOTHEQUIRE A DOWN PAYMENT. ,.
1 OF PELICAN LAKE SUB-
for'Palm 'Beach County, Florida DRAINAGE DISTRICT '

'upon receipt of'proof of Publication : Ty: W. C. Owen. President (
of this notice, the 'flctitious Publish: March 25. April 1. I960." ,
WE BUILD IN FRAME OR BLOCK ;
name.'to wit: i NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
MERCURY HARMACEUTIOAL! LANDOWNERS DRAINAGE OP DISTRICT EAST SHORE .

'COMPANYWHOLESALE "Notice U hereby siren*that pursuantto 4 I
call of the"Board of Supervisors of
RETAIL DEALER East Shore.Drainage.District,:the annual {
under which I'am engaged fn bUSIness meeting of the landowners of is
East Shore Drainage District for the
at Pahokee Florida. year 1960wUl be held at the office of Builders Inc. :
That the party interested in the District In the Rardin Building at Toney :
Canal Points Florida, on Monday. April
said business is as follows:, 11.. at 11:00 o'clock. A. M.. for the purposes ,

.. JAN HAMILTON, owner. of: (
-4 1.Blectlng one Supervisor for a
Pahokee, County of Palm Beach, of three
term Tears. I:
Florida March 11, 1960. 2. Receiving .annual reports and Visit our Model Home. In Okeechobee, Florida on Rt. 70 \
,
taking such action with respect
Firm Name:'Mercury 'Pharmaceutical thereto as the landowners may determine -
Come See Us-Write 'U'sPhone -
CompanyWholesIe ; and UsCall
-, .Transacting. : such other business
Retail as'may come before'the meeting.
Dealer BOARD OF SUPERVISORS RO 61571Okeechobee, Fla. p. o.'BOX 1046t .
v. OP! EAST SHORE DRAINAGE I
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BY JAN'ILdnLTON: DISTRICT

Pub: Mar. II.,18, 25, April 1, 1960 By: W. C. Owen. President" ,
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II t FrIday,-April 1..1960 The BvergUdea News, Canal Point# ,Florida .., .. ,_ ageYa'


ml CU' P ,?autV Henry 0. Earwood


I. .1| PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I .-, "- Asks ReelectionHenry


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E Mr. and Mrs. 'Ray B. Raulerson Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Plumer and O. Earwood announces for
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lad as a guest his sister, Mrs. family had as guests Sunday Mr. / Ii1woqJ I ItJ If re-election for the Board of Public

Xyonwood Smith of Lake Village, and Mrs. C. A. Canipe and family, f Instruction of Palm Beach County.

..Ark.Mrs. former Pahokee residents now liv- I District 4, Glades area, county-
., C. L. (Lee) Shirley Jr., en ing at Riviera Beach. wide vote.

,-. tertained in the city park Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. A. Bothman andB. tJ If re-elected to
i afternoon with a party for her Benz of Mankato, Minn., were this important
daughter, Leigh Ann, on her third guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M., position I shall
birthday anniversary. Leigh Ann's Wilson ,at Canal Point. '" continue to con-
grandmothers, Mrs. Paul Watson I S duct the business
Miss Betty Echols has returnedto I II
and Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Sr., assisted affairs of this
her studies at Mercer University
the hostess with the serving of office with the
Macon, Ga., after a visit with her ", 4
refreshments.Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. la:. same sincerity of
Mabel Stollard of Topeka,I I I '. L,4. purpose and with
Echols at Pelican Lake. She will
Kans., who has been the guest of I If I receive; an AB degree in June from tIj6Mt ? ,the same degree of dignity that I
( her nephew and niece, Mr. and j Mercer where she is majoring in I t have practiced during the 8 years
... Mrs. Elmer Maxson, at Canal that I have served on this Board.
Point, is visiting her brother and I I I the ,English language.' "CANCR cE_ I will continue to support as I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Strayer entertained :: .
.sister-in-law, have during the past 8 years the
t .Henderson ;and nephew'and niece,1}I at their home in Canal following: '

f i4t :Mr. and Mrs. ,Tommy Parker, in Point with 'a barbecue dinner and 1. 3-R's Basic Education.
Belle Glade this week before returning -. family reunion, honoring their 2. Sound Business Practices In

home. house guests, Mrs. Strayer's brother all School Affairs. ..-.....
I and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.C. .
Miss Lynette Hammond, daughter 3. No
Frills in our School Building -
of Mrs. Mary Hammond of Pa- W. Bowen, and family of Brunswick AM fttCAM CAMtCft.SQCltTy Program.
I Ga. Other out-of-town guests
hokee., formerly with the Georgia
t were'two other brothers, S. A. and 4. Continued Improvement in
Baptist Mospital in, Atlanta, Ga.
Gene Bowen, and their families, all Guidance Science Mathematics -
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has joined the nursing staff at the
of Belle Glade. Languages, Etc.
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Everglades Memorial Hospital.Mr.
Mrs. Dr. Sasser Watson is attending 5. Local Control of Schools.
and George Buckner
have returned to Ferrum, Va., 'dental clinic in Atlanta, Ga., this 0e B 6. Adequate Pay for Teachersand

after a visit with their son-in-law week. Other Employees.
Louie Gold and Wilderare .
j and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Edgar CEO Mr. Earwood attended the Uni-
c Mullin at Canal Point. visitors in Mexico City, Mex., '" avC01Nt17f versity of Florida, School of Edu-
this week.H. .
M. H. Mickey) Ryals, son of I H. Sears returned home the y 4l nrt hnUrb..A h :6AUTTE cation, and was a classroom teacher -
Mrs. Lola M. Ryals of Pahokee, has coach, and principal for 8 yearsin
joined the U. S. Air Force and is first of the week from a visit with I I the public schools of Florida.He .

now taking basic training at the I his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. April Short Course served as trustee of the Palm
Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio and Mrs. Charles Sears and family, I Beach County Schools for Two
Decatur Ga. He Planned For Cattle
I at was accomp-
i Texas. Years. He has been a member of
anied by W. 'K. Buchanan, who I Public Instructionof
} Breeders Herdsmen the Board of
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--- visited his son, Gene Buchanan, Palm Beach County for the last
Atlanta and his mother, Mrs. J. W.i ,
8 and has served chairman
i GAINESVILLE-Eight out-of- years, as
Classified Ads Buchanan, at Brunswick. I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Griffes of Pa state speakers will be featured of that Board for 2 years.
FPH Cpl. Register: Windhamhas He served of the
'a with his hokee announce the bitrh of a II during the University of Florida'sannual as president
visit
I returned from
Florida School Board Association
beef 'cattle breeders' and
i FOB SALE: New and used Wlllya parents..Mr. and Mrs. Oren Wind- daughter at Good Samaritan Hospital during 1958-59. He is now serv-
herdsmen's, short course April
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage ham, at Malone, Fla.. We"st Palm* Beach, March 26.j'I 2123. ing as 'a member of the Continu-

tn Belle Glade, Phone 3058. Wiley Tillis represented the Pa }.{r. and Mrs.*l* Horace Hartsell Dr. T. J. Cunha, head of.the'Uni ing Educational Council of Flor-

Oct. 1754ch. hokee First Baptist Church at the (Cline Faulk) of Nacogdoches versity's animal husbandry: and ida, representing the state School

:SUBSCRIPTION expiration dates Palm-Lake Associational Mission I Texas announce the birth of a son, nutrition department, says these Board Association. He is currently -
to this newspaper are marked Committee meeting in the First Mark, at' the",Nacogdoches hospital eight specialists will augment serving as 1st vice president of
Baptist Church at West Palm March 25. Mr. and Mrs. the Southeastern States School
Rudolph
f on your name label as it comes to this I Florida personnel during the three-
yea each week. Check the date on Beach Thursday evening of Faulk of Belle Glade are' the ma- day conference. Board Association, comprised of

yours. That,is your date to renewWell week. ternal grandparents' and- Mr. ,and Wayman G. Chapell, Doane Ag- 14 southeastern states. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins had as Mrs. H. of Canal He is member of the Florida
r be looking for a check. Grady Boynton ricultural Digest, Memphis, will a
/ /Thanks.. The Everglades News. J guests over the weekend their Point, the maternal great grand- appear during the first morning to Education Association, Florida
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and parents.Mr. report on the beef cattle industry School Board Association, National -
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. 5 Mrs. Gary Shelby,'j of West PalmBeach and Mrs. Kyle Hinsley (Le- outlook for the coming year. School Board Association and
i you need cards, envelopes, letterheads : [onilda Zacchigna) of Pahokee announce R. A. lones deputy administrator the Parent-Teacher Association.He .
s statements,bill heads, hand Mr. and Mrs. Buster Kilpatrick the birth of a son, Anthony USDA Foreign Agricultural is a member of the Ethics Com-
f bills or something in the printing and son, Johnny, of Christmas. I I Stewart, at the Everglades Me- Service, will follow Chapell with a mittee of the National School
i. line just step to the phone and call Fla., visited her mother, Mrs. Pearl 'morial Hospital March 21. discussion of Amreican policy In Board Association.
'The Everglades News at Canal Agner, and other relatives in Pa- I -- '--, the importation and exportation of Mr. Earwood is past presidento
Point, No 2661. We are experts in hokee Sunday. They were accomp- Hancock Assures beef. fthe Belle Glade Lions Club, past
,. producing excellent printing and anied by his mother., Mrs. Hattie I On-the-farm-production testingwill president of the Belle Glade Cham-

our: prices are In line with out of Kilpatrick, who, \1as.the guest of Workers. Of Jobs be discussed by John L Spooner ber of Commerce, a member of the
town printers who come to the her niece, Mrs. Lulu Barfield, while j Donalsonville, Georgia. Another Benevolent Protective Order of

T Glades for printing business. Please here. Employees of the Departmentof rancher, Don Smith Prattville, Elks, a member of the Masonic:
give us a call. Phone 2661. I Mr. ,and Mrs. J. V. Thomas Jr., Agriculture who are performing Alabama, will report on production F. & A. M. Lodge No. 273, and a
had as guests Sunday her parents their jobs with a reasonable degree practices used for maximum effic member of the Church of Christ In
Mr. and 'Mrs. J M Kelley;' sister, of proficiency were assuredof iency. Belle Glade. '

Miss Madeline Kelly and Miss job security today by W. R.!'Harry Gayden, executive secre- Mr. Earwood is engaged in the
Betsy Mc'Doyle* all of Fort Pierce; (Buster) Hancock, candidate for I'I tary, American Brahman Breeders life insurance business representing -
also her brother Charles Kelly, Commissioner of Agriculture. I I Association Houston, Texas, will the New York Life Insurance
who is stationed by the U. S. Navyat Speaking at a campaign worker discuss cattle ''problems found in Company, and is also engaged in the
Norfolk, Va. rally, Hancock said 'that as presi-I I I Latin American countries. New I cattle business. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stuckey and dent of the Florida Agricultural I I developments in beef production, He Is married, has one daughter,
family have'returned from Some- Council for the past 1GP years, he processing and distribution will be and also has a niece who is cur-
; F :.Sr set, Fla. where they visited the l has enjoyed working closely with highlighted by Dr. H. E. Robinson, rently residing at the Earwood

1 .> ,. Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Miner and department personnel. "I know Swift and Company, Chicago.Dr. home and Attending Belle Glade
1t family, former Pahokee residents. most of them and count them as H. J. Hill, director of beef High School. Mrs Earwood is art
t Mr. .and Mrs. John D. Rogerswere my friends.." cattle Improvement research, Denver teacher in the Belle Glade Schools.

nhitiT F recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. "Those; in the department ,,who ,,.Colorado?rand Dr. David Bart-: .
Angus Williams, in Tampa.Mr. I I are efficient and loyal workers lett, American Breeders Service, Roberta Hatton To ,;
and Mrs.L. H. Stricklandand have nothing fear if 1 sine elected Chicago, will discuss benefits and
t IILIii family of Fort Lauderdale /' the candidate explained. the future of artificial Insemination Wed- E. P. Salvatore *

spent the weekend with theirbrotherinlaw" I I "Past performance and the record with beef cattle Saturday "
and sister Mr. and of each employee in abiding morning. The entire program -on Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'p. Hattonof
!f Mrs."c. Stuckey, and family. by department rules should be the Saturday will be devoted to this Pahokee announce the engage- .
Mrs. Ada Culberson is recuper- guiding factor In the future jcb field with demonstrations scheduled ment of his daughter, Miss Roberta
1 ; ating from leg injuries suffered In security under my administration"the for the afternoon.In Hatton, to Frank Paul Salvatore of
ii1LYU a recent fall at her home. Groveland citrus grower said. addition to these out-of-state 2304 N. 45th St., Fort Pierce.

nno1 ,- ..- He said he had been told by sev- specialists the three-day programwill Miss Hatton, daughter of Mrs.
l eral people that they had been feature University personneland Ruth V. Hatton, also of Paholee, a

1 :* Junior Cattlemen promised jobs by his opponents, outstanding cattlemen from graduate of Pahokee High School,
APRIL 1gF adding, '1 shall never resort to this throughout the state. attended the University of Florida
? Hear Dr. Chas::HainesDr. type of political subterfuge." '.-- -- --. and was graduated from the Grad-
I R '6 v r V' ; "There will be no jobs for sale Mr. and :Mrs. Lee Harrington and wohl School of Laboratory Tech-

'" Charles Haines of the Ever- not will there be jobs traded for I family, formerly of Boston, nicians, St. Louis, Mo. For the
n,. glades Experiment._Station, animal political favors under my admin- Mass., have moved to Canal Point past four years she has been lab-
: :DAftLE. < husbandry department, was guest istration of the department," he where they are making their homein oratory technician at Fort Pierce
:w + 1st&2 DACES speaker at the March meeting of declared. "All rules of the depart- the Chastain residence on Lake Memorial Hospital.Mr.
the Junior Cattlemen's Associationheld ment will be enforced on a uniform Front Drive. Mr. Harrington will Salvatore son of Mrs.
.,. ADMIS$1ON ,. in the Glades Office Build- and impartial basis" he concluded. .be manager of the Crown Ice Com- i Theresa Salvatore of Fort Pirece,
t tJ FREE..PXtKING ing with Warren Repper of Canal ..mm. m '- I pany's new ice plant which opens is a graduate of Wright's School of

J Point, president, presiding. The Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs and soon in the triangle east of the Technology, Stanford, Conn. He is
subject of his talk was "Careers son Horace, visited their: son-in- LOFC packing house. owner and operator of a restaurant.
t. in Agriculture. Dr. Howard C.I law and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. In North Fort Pierce.

;!. Giles, livestock marketing specialist Calvin Padgett and family in Lake- Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Lewis have Wedding plans will be announced -
with the Agricultural Extension land ever the weekend.Mr. returned to their home in Tampa later. .
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Service Gainesville, also after assisting
t spoke briefly on marketing, explaining and Mrs. C. R. Wetherington the Canal Point :Methodist Church. John Keen bas returned to Winter
t i\ the nature of the board have as a guest this week'his They were house guests of Mr. and Haven after a visit with his
I sales to be held at the Glades mother, Mrs.' "C. R. Wetherington, lrrs.W., E. Blackwell and family brother and sister-in-law Mr.' and

I Livestock Market. Sr., of Fort Lauderdale. during their. stay in Canal Point 1 I Mrs. Manning I. Keen, in'Pahokee.





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.: Robert A. Shelley Pastor Charles D. Stewart Pastor Overcoming of fatigue and weariness -
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: through entirely spiritual

'., I 10:00 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School means will be a theme dealt with INiL5
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11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00' a. m,-Morning1 Worship ,'at Christian Science services this : 1 1X

,'.'. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship 6:30 p. m. Training Union: Sunday.

t ,7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. !Evening Worship Scriptural readings in the 'Les-

.:: MONDAY: WEDNESDAY: son-Sermon on "Unreality" will,include
: 3:15 p. m. Youth Choir practice 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. the following form Isaiah
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TUESDAY: i :,fO:28, 29):

. 8:00 p. .Woman's Society Holy Nativity : '"Hast thou not known? as.thou
: 1st Tuesday 'not hear that the everlasting God

and MONDAY: Episcopal ChurchPahokee I'the Lord, the Creator of the endsof

, T:30'p. m.-Esther Class meeting the earth fainteth not, neitheris .
WEDNESDAY: weary? there is no'searching of

7:30 p. mw -Prayer Meeting M. WendeD Hainlin, Vicar. I his understanding.: He giveth powerto I
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St. Peter's Lutheran 10 a., m.-Sunday: School. no might he increaseth strength." Y ,r
11 a. m.-Worship Service Among the correlative passagesto

Church, Belle Glade be read from "Science and

First Methodist Health with Key to the Scriptures"by
Erwin J. Baumgartnez; Pastor .
Mary Baker Eddy is the following -
601 W. Lake Rd. Belle Glade
Church I ahokee
(385:15-18)): "Constant toil,
.;;., SUNDAY: ,deprivations, exposures, and all untoward -
Divine Services 11 A. ]rI.
< Rev. Clare S. Hall. I conditions if without sin,
School 9:45 A.. -M... SUNDAY: 'can be experienced without suffer POSTER FAMILY Symbolic of the one )million Americans now
9:45 a. m.-church School r ing. Whatever it is your duty to alive who have been cured of cancer, Mrs Sldonle Flacco along
J with her husband and children adorn the American Cancer Society's
, Church Of God, 11:00 a. mr Morning Worship do, you can do without harm to
1960 Crusade
which will be
poster displayed across the nation
'iBarfield Highway 6:45 p. m. MYF I yourself." during the Society's fund-raising and educational campaign.
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r 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship ,

: 9:45 A. :M.-Sunday School rUESDAY: World Mission
11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship 7:00 p. m.-.Vesper Choir prac- JMrs.. I. S. Guthrie Scouts Hear: Editor,

7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. B. (Par ticeWEDNESDAY MeetIn.Daytona', I Has
" 'sonage) : Birthday Party Enjoy Camp TripAt

7:30 P. If.-Evening Worship 7:45 p.'m.-Mid-week devotions: I The Florida Baptist World Missions -
-=Senior Choir A dinner 'and family reunion the Friday night meeting of
!! 7:30 P.M.Tuesday Prayer Meet- 8:30 p. m. practice Conference will begin Tues party
. evening 5 honoring Mrs. I. S. Guthrieon Boy Scout Troop 628 we had as our
tng day April at the First
1 7:30 P. M. SYiday Childrea'8 Baptist Church Daytona Beach. her 75th birthday anniversarywas special guest Mr. Luther M. York,

.i' Church First Baptist I This meeting will be. held in con- held at the Guthrie home on editor of the Glades Observer. During -

,:, I 7:30 P. M. Friday':" Y. P. H. nection with the'.,..annual meetingof Bacom Point'Road.. Those attend- the meeting he took picturesof
!*: m>m mm Church, Pahokee Baptists'' Woman's Missionary ing were Mr. and Mrs. Norwood the boys. Everyone enjoyed his
Union 5 '6 and 7 Guthrie and children Mr. and :Mrs. visit very much and hopes that he
4:' Canal Point First April accordingto '
Rev. James E. Boyd, pastor John Maguire executive secretary J. W. Guthrie and children, Mr. will make it a habit. Final plans

baptist Church SUNDAY SERVICES: of Florida Baptist Convention.Mrs. nd'Mrs.. Kenny Wells and Children were made for the survival camp-
945:; a. m.--Sunday School J. H. Lockhart, presidentof Mr.: and Mrs. Ray Fash, Mrs. ing trip which had to be postponed
Elder R.S.'Barfield 11:00* a. m.-Morning Worship Florida's Woman's Missionary Juanita Skimahorn and Miss Helen several times for various reasons.

r 0UNDAY: 6:45 p. m.-Training Union Union will preside' over the meet Guthrie, all of Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Saturday at noon Scoutmaster
: ::10:00 a.nv Sunday School .8:00 p. m.-Evening. .Worship ings. 1 *... Mickey Guthrie and son, Indian-, Louis Mims and Assistant Scout-

. '11:00: a. la-Morning Worship. WEDNESDAY. :- Personnel front the Southern, town; Mr; and Mrs. Lonnie Davis master 'Ed;Carver .with twenty
7:00 m.-B. T. C. 8:00 p: m. -Prayer Meeting. children Mr. and from left
p. Baptist Convention Foreign Mission and : Plant City; boys three patrols' on the
8:00 p. m. Evening Worship v- Board and Home Mission Mrs. C. R. Wetherington and child- I survival camping trip. We arrivedat .

WEDNDESDAY: The Church Of God ,Board, including executive secretaries ren, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Guthrie and Palmdale. at: 2:30 P. M. and at
.F 7:30 p. m. -) dweek Prayer r Baker James Cauthen and Mr. and Mrs. Grady Chancellor;all 3:10 the survival. began. We had
: Service Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal of Pahokee. eaten at the little grocery store before -
I Courts Redford, will be featured .
" fed and 4th TUESDAYS: I I -- the survival started but afterpushing .
speakers during the three day '
t 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary I Point Road meeting. Also featured on the program Officers Elected Lizzie No. 2 out of about
Meeting. John H. Kinard, pastor six bog holes we could have eaten
.... r will be Mrs.William:McMur-j "
: : 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School ray of the Southern Baptist Worn-1 By Methodiste' . again. As we would'find a good
The Church 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service camping place Mr. Mims would let
Pahokee an's
l' Missionary Union, Birmingham -
s .. Service a'patrol' off the bus at -
7i45 p. m.-Evangelistic Members of the Pahokee First approximately
and Dr. Carl Bates
pastor,
'." S Of The Nazarene 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. First Baptist Church, Charlotte, Methodist Church: have elected one half mile apart. First, ...

'. 8:00'p.. m. Thursday -W. M. B. North Carolina. new officers for the coming year. Wayne Boynton's patrol, then
71 Bacom Point Road
.Charles F. Crauswell, Pastor .Everyone :wel ome.'Special music Woman's: Missionary Union will Elected on the Official Board Including Billy Boe's patrol and last Roger
and stewards, trustees, commission Simonson's patrol. The first task
' singing. hold methods conferences and their
Phone 7528 P. 0. Box 882 ,
. SUNDAY SERVICES: \ .. annual election of officers will take chairmen. and lay leaders, were was to build a lean-to to sleep in
, Branch L. M. Collins Marvin and'after that began the fun of )
Hugh -
9:45 a. m.--Sunday $School Sti Mary's Catholic place. For the men attending the
Cowart -Mrs. D. hunting food. It's really surprising
W. Cunning-
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v 11:00 a. m.--Sunday :Worship. meeting special conferences, will be
6:30 p. m.-:. n1.ors. Church held on mission education, laymen's ham, Vance Denton, L. J. Fraser, how good boiled frog legs, 1 broiled;>>
M. P. Holman; W. D. Howard, bass and mud fish with swamp
7:00.p. rm.Surioay: Evening work, Royal Ambassad.Jrleadership
: Evangelistic. Service. Father'David Cronin new missions and chur- Lloyd Hundley; I. M. Lair, R. C. cabbage can taste. It was hard but

:. WEDNESDAY: SUNDAY MASSES ches, and,the Forward: Program of L -ne, Q. B. McClure. ,E. F. Mcll- fun and"not a single boy broke sur
First two masses of'' the month wain James Duncan Pad vival. For some it was their first
t 7:30; p. :nu-Midweek, Prayer Church Finance. "- ; Moore,
1>.h 'meeU g. 11:00. i I I gett Mrs. Jack Phillips.; William survival camping trip and we hada

!;:: "Where you 'are a stranger: but Other Sundays.-at. 7:30. I Mrs. Sellers Talks; S., P J umer. R. J. Schroder, Jack number of new boys who had
one**. Spencer:, Mfrs. J. G. Thomas, J. V. come up from Cub Scouting. .
r .i. I On "Value of Art" Thomas J. L_Tyson Jr., James W. Everyone had a really good time.
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Vann, R. B Simonson, Mrs R. B. Reported .

.. ., ''- Mrs. Terry..Sellers of Pahokee Simonson Ronald Watson, SasserWatson I
\ spoke on "The Value, of Art" at;a ){I- J. .L. .Reeves, John .

I meeting of the Omicron. Chapter, D. Rogers, Frank'. Rozelle and ,R. Omicron ChapterHas
1 Senders.r:
.. Sigma Eta Fine Arts Sorority, at M.
New MembersMrs.
Dr. L. XW. ,Armstrong, Frank
of
the home Mrs. Mabel .Lutz in
Belle Glade, with Mrs.. C. T. San- riend. R. J. Simonson and Mrs. J.
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trlU rIll} fr 1lFll tee of Canal Point president, pre R. York were elected honorary Robert C. Hatton and Mrs.

He siding. Mrs. 'Luther Jones led In stewards. Kathleen Spencer and Terry Sellers of Pahokee' Mrs. I
I Rudolph .Faulk and Mrs. Clarence
the group's study of the first 1 John Robbins were named youth ,
Kidder of Belle Glade and Mrs. '
chapter of the book, "Appreciationof delegates to attend the annual con-..
e ference of Methodist,:lurches. William Masonic of South Bay
OWNED AND; OPERATED BY MORE THAN J Art." Plans were made to sponsor << '
The Rev. Clare S. Hall.was, named were initiated into the Omicron
CATTLEMENWE rummage sale at the Kwick
120 FLORIDA
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i chairman of the: nominating Chapter, Sigma Eta Fine Arts Sorority
Chek,corner Saturday April 9, proceeds I
4 OF committee Jack Spencer, chair- at a dinner meeting of the
WORK FOB THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS I to go into a,scholarship fund.i .
man of the district board of church chapter at The Cottage Grill, with
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CONSIGNORS AT ALL T114ES.- It was announced the next meeting -;
i of the chapter will be at the' extension; J. L. Tyson Jr., chairman Mrs. Claude Santee of Canal Point,
' .WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION president presiding. Mrs. Martin
home of .Mrs. Robert Hatton#in of the pastoral relations committee .-
,.AND MAINTAIN OPEN OOMPETITIVB 'I Pahokee. Mrs. Ray Whitlock, as- ; and Sasser Watson, chair Diebold of West Hollywood, pres-
MARKET WHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH sisted Mrs. Lutz with the servingof man of the committee on Christian ident of the first chapter of Sigma,
Eta to be organized in Florida
was
CONFIDENCE vocations.
refreshments at the close of the
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in charge of the initiation cere

workshop. Donald Pickett, son of Mrs. mony. She was assisted by Mrs.

Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON : -- John T. Pickett Sr., of Pahokee. Gladys :McClelley of West Holly-

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boatwright, wood and Mrs. Santee and Mrs.
PAUOKEE-BELLE 'GLADE.ROAD accompanied by her sister, Mrs.: who received a commission as second Edna Barrett of Canal Point.

PHONE WY 8-! !8 GEORGE YOUNG. MANAGER Una Peebles of Savannah Ga-, who lieutenant. in the U. S. Army I

|has been! their house guest were in the ROTC program at the University Mrs. Clara Eden has returned to

'SALES. EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. I I called to Savannah by the deathof of Florida, has.been called Atlanta, Ga. after a: visit here
I Johnny Christian, brother of into active service and is now,stationed -I with her sister.Mrs..Alma Farrow "

,Mra. Boatwright and Peebles. at Fort Knox,, Ky. and Mrs.. Ronnie, Renouf?

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B. McClure president of ,the I
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gz..i: f4ti- Committee, and Mrs. McClure II
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Avon Park. Others from Paho
have an opportunity to hear this (
kee who were present were The ,
f'r Rev.and Mrs. James Eberly home explanation at the Catholic Mass
missionaries to migrants stationedat to be held at St. Phillips' Catholic
r the Pahokee Labor Supply Church on SR 80 in Belle Glade

', Camp; Mrs H. C. Graham, County Sunday at 9:30 a. m. During the
, welfare officer; and Miss Jane offering of the Mass by Father

, Plumer, County nurse. Rafael an oral explanation will be
.... given by Father Xavier Morras.

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley hadas This will help answer questions
; guests Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mc- many people have concerning the
Rae of Kingman. Kansas. Mass.
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tt last Friday were, left to right: Cot Wright,Vermilya, Jr., president of Palm Beach Aero ,
Corp.. Robert Cowles co-pilot Sam Safris, chief pilot Butler Aviation; Art Keil, Manager of the
r,- Resources Development Board of Palm Beach County; Rep. Emmett S. Roberts of Belle Glade;
:;. Rep. Ralph J. Blank, Jr., of West Palm Beach; P. Paul deMoya, president of the Resources Def -
velopment Board and Thomas F. Fleming, Jr.,. chairman of the.RDB committee on Boca Raton
3 YEARS EXPERIENCEU.
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;tr.;.; I S. Marine Corps Military Police
WEST PALM BEASH-Resolu- S. Roberts and Ralph J. Blank Jr., FILM IS SHOWNA \

it. tions'supporting a speed-up in construction of Palm Beach county. film showing the effectivenessof
t': of Boca Raton University Gratitude for the support of.Palm
the mouth-to-mouth
f- from Palm.Beach county and seven Beach county people who authorized emergency YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
if' others}n the southeast has a "most j part of the 280 resolutions submitted method of resuscitation was shown I
t favorable" reception at the State j to the Board was expressed by by Paul Collier of Pahokee at the WILL BE APPRECIATED -

;3,5> Board of Control meeting Friday I Thomas F. Fleming, Jr., chairmanof weekly dinner meeting'! of the Ca-

r' according to State Reps. Emmett. the university committee of the nal Point Lions Club. O. H. Shep-,
Resources Development Board of pard was in charge of the program 1 I

L Palm Beach County, who spearheaded and President James Gibson pre- May 3 1960
I the drive for expressions of sided. Following the- meeting the
public support in the eight counties. Lions attended the ;barbecue .dinner ,
ELECT "If-the organizations average ,honoring Buster Hancock at
y, (Paid Political Adv.)
200 members; the resolutions speak the Pahokee Woman's Club build-
. W. R. (BUSTER) for more than 50,000 citizens interested ing. ag in the early opening of the

Fb Fi Boca,Raton university", Chairman Y.
!i Yl HANCOCK Fleming told the members of the 1 a /ti p4 M .. \1
Board of Control in Tallahassee
"and since they range from 50 to ,
; I' can.e It.
I 1,500 is members a fair one., I believe the estimate you JI :

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I "We are most impressed by the :,_, ,: .
response from the people of the area .
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since ,all of these resolutions have i11 "
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x I been ,acted upon within the last j -'Y. ':..
: two weeks. On behalf of the com "
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(mittee and our legislative delegation -
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II we want to thank all of those '.
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1 10f university as quickly as pos j_ "' '
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I He pointed out that 34 of the y.1 ,
resolutions came from county com- I. ..

missions, school boards 'and muni- 5)5555 S; >

The Only fully qualified cipal governing bodies while the f4'
remainder came from chambers of ': .
candidate for
commerce civic clubs, veterans, "'
r COMMISSIONERAGRICULTURE' church, P. T. A., and fraternal or-
ganizations.In 9

OF their presentations' to the ., ; .
Board, Reps. Roberts and Blank
pointed out the fact,that their own *1 '

,.. r ,4 -. State statisticians predict a 'college ., *
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' ", Successful. farmer demand by'121,800 students In ; I I.i
Business man 1965 out of which more than 40,000 -
i;S Educated Florida; Schools will ,corae ,,from,.th$ .eight south- "T/ie/ new Ford Starliner was built and powered to & the ',.;.
r .. B.*S. Degree in Agriculture 9 ,
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: z Family Man in Florida and will requirenew : ,"" ihe. experience cf driving it"-YOUR FORD DEALER! "
i facilities at Boca Raton in addition -
Long record of selfless serviceto
Florida Agriculture to expansion of the State'sI If you're hankering for the sweetest performance engine that says "yes" when you say "go."

Paid for by present colleges and universitiesI you've ever experienced, this is for you theVe're, talking about the optional Thunderbird .Y
Campiton W. O. Treuurer Daley. I I and quadrupling of the Junior col- one and only 1960 Ford Starliner. 352 Special V-8 and to make it even more ....
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