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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 8, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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April PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL ,POINT BY PAUL RARDIN'



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

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Mrs. Joe. Cherry,, Jr. Be Hank Rote Aldridge PresidentW. To Bill Erickson New Bartow Girl_Scouts Contract' Let For I

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Again Head Of PTAMrs. K. (Hank) Aldridge man- Elk Exalted RulerWilliam Pahokee Girl-Scout Troop- Troop 33 New Post Office'" /

ager of McCurdy-Mitchell
Joe: Cherry Jr.: was re- Co., Inc., was elected new presidentof Supply E. (Bill) Erickson of had as guests Saturday night dur-
ing their weekend camping trip to Postmaster General
Arthur E.
elected
president of the Canal the Pahokee Rotary Club at last Canal Point was installed new ex-
the
Point Parent-Teacher Associationat week's Thursday luncheon meet alted ruler of Pahokee BPOE Highlands Hammock State Summerfield announced today thata
the April meeting held in the Lodge 1638 at the annual installa- Park members of Bartow Troop 56. contract has been signed for the
ing.Other The Campfire program of enter-
school auditorium Monday night. new officers elected were tion ceremony held in the Elks construction and lease to the Post
tainment
included and skits.
Mrs. Charles D. Stewart was also Robert O. Home songs
Lampi vice president; last night with James W.
re-elected The troop, accompanied by Mrs.E. Office Department of a new Post I
parliamentarian. Chester A. Batchelor, tresaurer; Vann,'district deputy grand exalted
Other officers elected for the C. Johnson, leader Mrs. Fern Office Building in Pahokee Florida -
Dr. E. C. Johnson, secretary; Sas- ruler serving as installing officer. .
Frank, assistant and Mrs. .
1960-61 school year were Mrs.. W. ser Watson, director of DivisionA Other- new officers inducted were leader
E. McCall first' vice president; ; W. S. Plumer director B; R. M. Harold B. Wilkinson esteemed William S. Plumer Scout committee The successful bidder is Capital
Mrs. R. I.. Gray, second vice president Sanders director C; and Luke Du- leading knight; Luke Dufresne, I chairman, arrived at the camp Properties, Inc., of 'Tulsa Okla-
, ;. Mrs, Marvin ,Miller, secre- frense, director D. All officers were loyal knight; William Hatton, lec- site Friday evening and spent Sat:' homa. Ground breaking and construction -
tary; Mrs. J.: M. Gibson treasurer; recommended by the nominating turing knight; Edward A. Jensen: II urday morning, working on nature of the new post office is
Mrs. R. L. Holt historian. Mrs. W. committee and elected unanimously secretary; William M. Weathers, study badges during a tour of the expected to begin immediately,
E. Blackwell chairman. give the without opposition from the floor. treasurer; J.: -S. Barwick 'trustee. ,park. Sunday morning Karen Reed with completion due November 1,
report of the nominating .commit Guest speakers were three can- Erickson appointed new stand- I was in charge of the outdoor wor- 1960. The lease will run for ten
i tee. The new slate of officers will didates for the office of county ing committees for the coming ship service. Enroute home Sunday years with two five-year renewal
1- be installed-at the,May I afternoon a stop was made at alake options.
t meeting.The judge Paul T. Douglas, Grover C. year. Committee chairman named .
Canal Point School acknowledged Herring and .John E. Born who were: ,Jack Phillips, youth activi- where the Scouts enjoyedswimming. This modern post office will be
r with gratitude e. donation of *were introduced by President C. E. i ties; J. M. Elliott, auditing; Luke I located on 'the northwest side of
'4 $50 worth of books to the school j (Bill) Williams.. Dufresne visiting and flowers; J. The entire troop expresses its Bacon Point Road, through to
i library. Principal W. W. White reported S. Barwick, lapsation; Carney gratitude to Mrs. Johnson Mrs. I West Main Street. It will provida \
: that he has received word I Wilder Elks national foundation Frank and Mrs. Plumer for a won- 4,758 square, feet of interior space
( from the County Board that the|Mr. & Mrs. Murphy scholarship; James W. Vann Elks derful trip, according to Elaine Sal an outside loading platform, and .

ruling a child,must live two ,miles]I 1.national foundation cartiflentesFrank .. ,vatore, troop reporter.. i ample hard-surfaced space for
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r or more from the 'school to be elf- !Married: 50 Years v I 1--------O'Connell house; Robert O.)I parking and truck maneuvering.
}. gible to ride the school bus to auf I Lampi open ritual; Lee Shirley Billy I Specifications call for new modern
Ray
from school will be enforced starting J'"t J' !membership; Leonard Dobrow, Mosley i lighting and equipment, including

l'' next school yean Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Murphy, Harry Anna Crippled Children's Pahokee a low, open patron-service counter -

The monthly attendance award I former Pahokee residents now living Home; Luther York publicity; Lions Pre I I ,
t was won by Mrs. Helen Hender- f Carmen Salvatore, veterans rabititation -. Postmaster GeneralSummerfield
f.' ..SOOSS"> t Stewart, theparUanientarian'sub-!SOthvweddiitg", anniversary Sunday t fgatmg; George Tucker;fir.,1tason'i The nominating m f at> _
mitted the proposed revision of the with an"open .house for relativesand I with ladies' auxiliary; Ralph*JohnI -i i l the Pahokee Lions dub, R. B. SimI m tbe'i' ers going up elsewhere

r PTA by-laWs which was approved friends. Hostesses for ,the occasion 'son. legal. Thadd" Whidden, was I onson chairman presented its : t the 'CO Dtry. '"Th EU
.' at the meeting and will be sent to ,named presiding justice and James : new i'.ii offices,11 he said "con..
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will be their four recommendation for a new slate of
I the State Congress of Parents and daughters, W. Vann parliamentarian. Other .thin ,, ''' inly the modern patron-
. Teachers for final approval before (!Mrs. Charles E. Kennen of committees with five or more I..officers at the Tuesday' luncheon I serv1,' '.;ounters and 'eye-saving
!: adoption. j acres Mrs. D. C. Bargeron Green-I members will elect their own chair-! meeting. Nominees recommended 'flourcjcent? lighting but provision
Floyd Erickson program chairman -t I Lester Bernhardt and Mrs. !men. 4"" included Billy Ray Mosley, for'is made for 'patron service after
introduced Miss Jane: Lansing Finder all of Hialeah. Those from -- president; Dr. R. C. Lane, first regular' business ,hours."
f { supervisor of Palm Beach Pahokee. planning to attend in- 5285 People Receive I I vice president; Kyle Scott, second I The Postmaster General also
clude their and [vice president Paul Collier third) '
County School cafeteria who explained son daughter-in- ; ; pointed out that the new post office -
t. the care that is taken in law Mr. and Mrs. Ellis O. Murphyand State Welfare Aid vice president; R. J.: Schroder secretary -i in Pahokeer one of 1400 mew I
planning menus to insure that son, Pat and Mrs. Murphy's f ; Ted Williams treasurer; post offices to be built in fiscal
school children are served well- brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Thomas E. Penick, Chairman of I Chester Mullis, tail-twister; Billy 1960 will remain Under private
: balanced healthful meals during .Mrs. Robert J. Schroder. District 10 Welfare Board of the McKinstry, Lion tamer; D. B. ownership while leased to the Federal -
the' lunch hour. She said 50,000 I The golden wedding couple came State Department of Public Wel- Mathis and T. C. Pennington di Government and hence will
half pints of milk are consumed by to Pahokee from Vicksburg Miss., fare, reported that in Palm Beach rectors. pay local real 'estate taxes to bear
the school children at the cafeterias (in 1931 and moved to 1.tiamiin- County 5,285 persons were assisted Nominations will be received its share of the cost of local Gov-
each school day; also that all 1942. They have six'' children 17 in the four categories of public from the floor at the next meeting 1 j eminent.
but 5 of the school cafeterias in grandchildren and three great assistance for the month of March. and the annual election will be held !j I The Postmaster General said,

the County are recipients of fed-I grandchildren. I A total of 1,740 persons received -, in May. }I "mail users will find mail service
eral aid food commodities.' - Old Age Assistance in the Guest speaker was Hod Campbell |lin the years ahead improved

:Mrs. Tom Braddock Mrs. R. L. Census Takers amount of $88,247.00. 85 persons i financial secretary of the through an unprecedented
Holt, and Mrs. O. H. Chaslain were received Aid to the Blind, totaling Gulf Stream Council, BSA who year program of scientific postal.
on" the hostess committee for the Busy On The Job $5,171.00. 842 families representing -' told of Scouting activities within research and engineering."

evening in charge of tye,serving of 2,564 children received Aid to I the Council and how such'activi- .

. :refreshments.. i Squads of picked crew 'leaders Dependent Children in the amount t ties help to keep growing boys Regular Meeting '
1- :|and census takers will fan out I of $51,287.00.194,persons received: J JI with their over-abundance of energy .:: ;
Graveside over finis area on the night of Aid to the Disabled in the amount j:r ,off the -ttJeet.: away from possible Held By Boy Scouts : .
: Services April 8 in a special 1960 Census I of $10,990.00. i I trouble. R. B. Sunonson mem-

=; "f .For Bert Williams drive: to count persons who do not In addition 341 children received ber of the local Boy Scout troop In spite of rain and bad weather

,? .;:'..' have a fixed address. District Sup-I service during the month. 173 of committee introduced the speak-I[Scoutmasters Louis Mims and Ed
r I ervisor:William A Horton. said to-i whom were in foster homes. The er as well. as Paul A. Carver with sixteen boys met at
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. Graveside services for
'. day.The total state and, local cost .for these executive of the Gulf Stream the hut on Friday night for their
Berteen Williams,Fralin were MrS.1 ,census takers will visit missions child welfare services: was $11-I I Council, who was also a luncheon regular meeting. Their guest for
,'t at Port Mayaca Cemetery at .-ll-night theaters, and city 353.92. 1 j I I guest. the meeting was committeeman
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t mMonday..She died in Miami Fri .parks in this special effort to make There were 6 adoption petitions Wheeler Ludlam. ;
"'' day. A native of Claxton, Ga., she I sure that all residents of the area studied for the Circuit Court.I I WE iT.HER IC Was announced that Scout "
... lived Canal Point ,15: before .
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years
.4. |I are counted.- Persons who do 'not. These are children placed hi homes I -I 1 I Dorsey Thompson was in Saint
:1:, moving to Miami five years I I have a fixed address are includedin independent of service through aj:}I At U. S. Sugar Plant Field! Mary's Hospital for surgery. The

t } '"> ago. II the, population the place in licensed child placing agency, and Station at Canal Point. boys all wish him a speedy recovery
'; \3; Survivors ,Include her parents il which they are located by the census the Welfare ,Board is responsible II Date Temp. Rainfall and want him to know their
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; ; of Miami, ; two, sisters Mrs. district supervisor ,pointed ports to the court. I March 30 87 62 .00 The boys who went on the sur-
y' Cleta..Mcearthy'of.M1amI and Mrs.: .out that under Census law, all persons Palm Beach County is also rep- March 31 81.67 .00 vival want to thank Mr. Mims and
.-:. ::. ;'-_ John Groff of West Palm .Beach.]I 18 years old and over are required resented on the District 10 Welfare April 90 63 .22 Mr. Carver for taking them. We
An uncle, J. H. 'Wilkinson. Sr.,I II to answer official Census Board by the Rev. Paul M. April 2 89 63 .36 know they aren't paid in money for

-. wlives in Pahokee and an aunt Mrs.'questions. The same law specifies. Cassen Mrs. Helen R. Tedder, Mrs.Helen April 3 86 '65 .00 the many hours they spend withus
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:: W. R. Shackf ord, in Canal Point. that personal.Information collected D. Woodward West Palm j I I April 4 86 69 .00 at meetings and taking us on

}:. PATTERSON-CIRCLE- I|I I by confidential.Census:takers The must who be willfully kept Beach, and Mrs. Doris Sasser Pa"April 5 78 68 -%; ,.)9 camping trips or for any of the
person hokee.
Normal March rainfall 2.7'
work
good they do but we hope
<: Mrs. W. S. Evans will be hostessto refuses to answer the official .....- March 1960 rainfall .99
< they are paid In other ways. I have
members of the lone Patterson Census questions is 'subject to a PATIENTS HOSPITAL I Normal April rainfall 3.35 heard Mr. Mims 'say he just enjoyed
'. # Circle Canal Point Baptist Woman's maximum fine ,of $100 or 60 days Patients remaining at the EverIglades April 1960 rainfall to date 1.57 watching the boys have fun.
- Missionary Society, at the in Jan, or both. The Census taker Memorial Hospital Wednesday .. We want know
.. just them to that
: ,.. April meeting at ,Cypress Lodge who reveals information about; individuals were, Mrs., Edith Pitts, Mrs.!I' :Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elder of they are appreciated' very much.
,:;: Port Mayaca, Monday, 3 p.' m.She to anyone other than A J Bertha'White, Lester Holmes, ,Mrs.(Jacksonville were accompaniedhome The Scout thought for the week:, -
will ...
be assisted Mrs. W. W. sworn employee of the Census Bureau .
: ..' by Christine Connell Mrs. Mary Rutherford from a visit with'relatives in is "A Scout is Trustworthy".
White co-hostess.. Mrs. J. T. Platt :is subject to a fine of $1,000or Mrs. :Marie Ricke and I Pahokee by her mother, Mrs.A P. :-Reported by ,
: : .. will"present the program. two'years in jail or both. Thomas,Lovelace. Bush, who is their guest this week Wayne Ludlam.
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h:. ; Pagg-Two The Evergladea News, Canal Point PIrida Friday. April B, 1960t
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6 ; '. < : i- Scientists Will Try an insecticide.' |Glades USDA Club
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If' the Pacific tests are success- '

T"-;: : New Ways To ControlOr full, they will encourage more' research -Holds April MeetingThe

',> Eradicate InsectsNew on both the irradiation and
( the attractant methods for other newly organized Everglades

controlor\ Insect pests of crops, animals arid USDA Club held its April meetingat
t;' methods of insect
", manrDr. Ray's Smoke House Wednesday'with
,", eradication by self-destruction ., Knipling says the right kind ,, Weldon H. Cardin of Paho

have have been' suggested by]a U. of chemical insect sterilization'' kee, vice president presiding in

S, Department of Agriculture en- might easily outdo some of the best absence of President Don Fishier

i I'i tomologist wnose plan of release- of known insecticides. .Develop ,of Belle Glade who is on an assignment -

ment and release of insects carry-i j with FOA in Colombia, S. A.
ing male screwworm flies, sexually I I I
--.-.:. sterilized by irradiation, eliminated ing diseases harmful only to their,I Dr. E. H. Todd, chairman of the
own kind would be of greatest ad- ,,education and training committee,
this pest in the southeastern
'i'F vantage against multiple-mating Dr. E. I chief
\ states and the Caribbean island of reported LeCIerg.

r The Rardin Building In Canal: Point, Florida Curacao. j i|I Insects.; r ', of biometerical service, ARS,
./ I Washington, D. C., will teach a
Lff. Edward P. Knipling now!r --
:, } THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME Of t -. ,((1.) -, of j l course on "Experimental Plot .
. proJoses; development J
- !School Missions;
. 1 I Of \.: Technio"I for USDA personnel of
chemicals to, .
produce. sterility inj
: II I 4 f the Glades area if as as 15
; THE EVERGLADES N'EW.S'.1 many
,: male and female insects; (2) production Scheduled May 1-6 I sign up for the course. 0I

f Serving'the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without .-.. sects" to and Infect release and 1cllf of diseased tnelr kind in!; '-" I B. A. Belcher, program chairman
I The Canal Point Church
Every Week for.:More Than 30_Years 4 I and (3) production and release of Baptist I introduced Mills II. Byrom
Mirth will participate in an Associational i -,') showed a color movie, "Better
Established Published Friday insects inferior
11.1924 Every having or lethal "
I I School of Missions in the Palm.Living through Research. It was
genetic characteristics
Subscription ,Price"$2.00 Year In AdvanceThe I so as eventually announced M. U. Mounts, Palm
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to destroy an insect race. I Lake Association during the week I
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Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office i ; He believes these methods might; of May 1-6. During the week, the [Beach County agricultural agent,_
!will be at 11th
In Canal-Point:>> Florida, as Second Class Matter prove more effective than sterilizaj i j I people who attend the services guest speaker May
I meeting.b r. Wilbur L. Hurst, headof
tion by irradiation, which has been:i i hear 7 Missionaries speak. I II '
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher found to reduce longevity and mat-:!}I The Rev. F. O. Polston, of! cotton and fiber gumming sec-
I tion, AERD, ARS, was a guest.
in Portals, New Mexico will bathe
ing vigor certain treated insects .- ..
HOME FROM THE NORTH released for control In guest of the Canal Point
.Mrs.- George B. ,jRamey and her J I Mrs. Maxwell Heads t some instances, at least purposes., the new I Baptist Church for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Todd and

brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and methods might prove.more effect-,He will go to other Churches In the I son have moved from Pahokee to

Mrs. Philo B. Williamson, returned Pahokee WSCS ive than use of insecticides. Association but will return to Ca-, Belle Glade where Mr. Todd is

Tuesday night from a two-week Dr. Knipling points out, how-t nal Point each night during his"! manager of the National Guard

visit with relatives in Connecticut ever, that his proposed methods stay here in our Association. j,Armory.

during which they attended the Mrs. Ernest Maxwell was elected require basic entomological research -I
of their sister :Miss
wedding ,
new president of the Pahokee on reproduction genetics, (
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Awanda Williamson and Theodore
Beach in West Hartford, April 2.Enroute Methodist Woman's Society of pathology, and other factors that i -CHECK THE JOB.S CHECK THE MAN. .
would determine how to the
home they visited Mrs. Christian Service during the April use

Ramey's son, David W. Ramey, at meeting at the church Monday new insects methods-and they would to apply.what kinds of THEY GO TOGETHER!, ';

Gainesville and her son-in-law and night, with Mrs. Duncan Padgett,

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ,Hugh G. retiring president, presiding. Meanwhile Agricultural Research ELECT *

Miller, HE,. at Cocoa.IN Other new officers elected were Service entomologists are
Mrs. Ralph O. Johnson, vice presi-I extending use of male insect irra-

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE dent; Mrs. O. D. Carpenter, treas- diation method to oriental fruit fiOYLE
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF flies and melon flies in a pilot test .
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR PALM urer; Mrs. D. W. Cunningham, general s
BEACH COUNTY.IN secretary; and special secre- soon to be launched on Rota, one

CHANCERY NO. 60C52S-E taries, including Mrs. R. F. Hurt of the Marianas group of Pacific
OTIS PATTERSON. : islands about 30 CONNER I
miles from Guam.
Plaintiff : promotions: Mrs. Arch Blakey,
-va- 1 I At the same time another new
spiritual! life; Mrs. Clare S. Hall,
ABELL .PATTERSON. : plan of
insect eradication will be
missionary education
Defendant : ; Mrs. Lloyd
NOTICE OF SUIT i tried out on ]a large scale on the
Hundley, ,Christian social relations -
TO ABKTili PATTERSON, Address Un-
known: ; Mrs. John D. Rogers, aid to,Bonins, ...Pacific islands 450 miles commissioner of AGRICULTURE
You are hereby notified that OtIs bereaved south of Japan. Under this plan
; Mrs. Leon Spooner, sun-I
Patterson has filed a Bill of Complaint I male oriental
against you for divorce and you are shine; Mrs. R. B. Simonson, litera- fruit flies will be FARMER BUSINESSMAN LEGISLATORpd.
required to serve a''copy of your'answer lured to a powerful synthetically-
ture and Mrs. J.
to the complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney publications; Higgins produced pol. adv.
Thadd Wtudden: P. O. Box 395: children's; work; Mrs. Glenn attractant mixed with
Pahokee. Florida and file the original I
Brower work Jack
Mrs.
answer In the office of the Clerk of the youth ;
Circuit Court of Paliqv B aeh.,County.. Spencer. ,.student work; MrS J. W.
Florida on or before the 2nU day of Vann status of women;" Mrs. iiTranftTWft"' """ ," "' I'1i'inI''mm"" '''''''t ,i-ll't' ';'''''ill 'iZ iiIT.;;''''''''' '''''' ,''''ffl' !
May. 1960: if you fall so to do. judgment 1
by default will b! take* againstyou James Moore, supply work; Mrs. ii\1
for the relief demanded\m the ,
comolalnt. IS. .. Ellis Murphy, representative of
DATED this 30th day d 3 Ltarch, Commission on Education; Mrs.
1960. (I,',"
J. ALEX ARNETTK' Robert Apelgren, local church activities -I' Why Pay Rent? .
Clerk of" Circuit Court ; Mrs. Robert C. Hatton,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By Thaddle P. Plant membership; Mrs. Milton Salvatore -

Deputy Clerk publicity; Mrs. J. L. Reeves,
Pub. April 1. 8, 15. and 22. 1960.
Thadd Whidden flowers; Mrs. F. S. Parrish, card I

Attorney for Plaintiff sales fund-raising project.
p.- O. Box'395 i OWN YOUR OWN HOMEOn
Pahokee. FloridaIN It was new voted WSCS to hold members.social honoring This- -

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIlE
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT social will follow the May meeting
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR PALM

5' BEACH IN CHANCERY COUNTY. 6ft- C 499-D when for circle the annual membership drawing for of the names new the spot financing for all price homes. 5 to 10 years to

CORINNE HOLLINOSWORTH. : church will take The
.VS- Plaintiff -:. annual awarding year of baby place.and youth I pay. Payments usually low.er than rentS

JOHN HOLLINOSWORTH : WSCS life memberships will take It
Defendant :
NOTICE OF SUIT place during one..of the church ser- I
TO:Unknowns.JOHN HOLLINOSWORTH. Address vices instead of at a membershiptea
HOUSES OF DISTINCTION FOR AS
You are hereby notified that Corinne as has been the custom .in the
HolUngsworth filed a BUI of Complaint .
against you for.divorce and you past.A
are 'required to >serve a copy. of your program relating to -"Town

tiffs answer Attorney"to the complaint Thadd: 'Whldden.on the Plain P. O and County Extension Work" was I

Box 395. Pahokee. Florida and file the presented by the Margery: Lair' LITTLE AS $1495: .
original answer in the office of the
Clerk of the .Circuit Court of Xfelzn Circle under the direction of Mrs.C. .I
Beach County Florida,-on or before the A. Major. She was assisted by
sad: day Jot"Uay'I960 If-you fall so to
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do. Judgmentby default will ,be taken Mrs. R. C.. Hatton Mrs. H. J. Anderson -

Against you for the relief demanded In Mrs. M. P. Holman and. NO DOWN PAYMENT _
the: complaint. '
.Dated this 25th day of March I960. :Mrs. Ronald Watson. f '
J. ALEX ARN 1IZ. I
Clerk or'Ctrcu1t Court ., All)':Ou.need is a clear deed to your lot f w

(Circuit, Court By Seal.Thaddle) "P. Plant' South Africa Sugar :; .' One, two, or three bedroom homes1t -' $ T

Deputy Clerk ., .
Growers Visit
Pub: April. 8.,15.;'and 23. 1980 Here "0:
Thadd.Whldden These homes are completely'finished on the outside, unfinished On the inside,

Attorney-for Plaintiff except for flooring and _
studding partition.WE
Box 3ISl"ahoue. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. L. Montifee, I

Florida sugar cane growers of Mtubatuba, I
CAN FURNISH THREE PIECE BATHSET, ELECTRIC WIRE-
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Zuzulahd, South Africa were visit-
ING, DOUBLE SINK AND CABINETS SHEETROCK
OR PINE ,
REGISTER FICTITIOUS ors at the USDA Sugar cane Field
Station PANELLING AND STILL NOT REQUIRE A DOWN PAYMENT.
e NAME'Notice in Canal Point, where they

is 1 hereby given --that: tike Inspected new sugar cane varietiesand I

undersigned, under the provisions other experimental work being

of Chapter 20,953.La.w8. of Florida done at the station. Also visitors WE BUILD IN FRAME OH BLOCK i

Acts of 1941 will register with the were Dr. Wybe Kroontje, professorof ; j t

Clerk, of the Circuit Court--and agronomy, Virginia Polytechnic

for Palm .Beach County, Florida, Institute, and 10, of his students t

upon receipt ,of proof of Publica- from Blacksburg, Va.; Dr. AlbertoR.

tion ,of this notice the fictitious ,Rafael agricultural delegate :

name, to-wit: from the Cuban Ministry of Agri- Builders Inc.

ANN'S RESTAURANT culture; Dr. Ray E. Ely, Dr. C. L. Toney

under-which: I am engaged in busi- Lef ebore, and Dr. Paul J.:Jelik, all .

ness at Pahokee Florida. USDA scientists from Washington
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That the party interested in said D. C.; and Dr. H. ,H. Wlhowskl,
Visit our Model Home In Okeechobee, Florida on Rt. 70
business. is as follows: assistant director, Florida Agricultural -

,GEORGAN WATSON, Owner Experiment Station, Gaines '
.. Come See Us-Call Us-Write Us
Pahokee, County of Palm Beach, ville. 4

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Phone RO 61571Okeechobee, Fla. p. o. BOX
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Firm Name: Ann's Restaurant Mrs. Bess ,Pettigo of West Palm
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: ':_" Florida 'Vegetable Sterilization With :' (mm cOrnIlB[ )

Judging Contest, Is Chemicals Tried As >

, Slated At-Orlando Fly Control Method I

- ORLANDO-The 1960 State 4-H Self-annihilation of insects by I" ''
Vegetable" Judging. Grading and chemical sterilization which pre- GROWER CLEVELANIMrs.

, '. Identification Contest is scheduled vents reproduction, is being triedin
for Orlando on Saturday May 21. experiments by U. S. Depart-
, : J. D. ment of Agriculture scientists as a
Norton assistant vege
table crops specialist with the means of controlling houseflies and.
',. Florida Extension fruit flies.
Agricultural
Service says the program will be These experiments mark the 'TI .HHRING
gin at 10 a. min the Orange Coun- first laboratory trials of one of
ty Agricultural Center. three new methods of insect con

Contestants will :judge 3 classes trol or_ eradication by self-destruc

of vegetables, identify a number tion proposed recently by Dr. Ed- I ,..
:: of varieties, insects diseases ward F. Knipling, head ot' entomological -
weeds and potato grade defects, I research for the Depart C P E 'TR JSrW:9: : :' 'TI DED.; A'TE .
I ment's, Agricultural Research Service .
and grade 100 specimens of sweet -
\ or Irish potatoes. '.Lucy will provide basic infor-

k The high 'scoring county team mation on possibilities of applying J JI
receives trophy-and'.a.-trip to the the principal of. induced sterility.. Miss Barbara Gay former Pa-I
. National Junior Vegetable Growers oy_-means of,chemicals.Thecompound I bokee resident now living in r Association convention at Colorado being experimentally -I. I was the guest of"'Miss Betty I 1

Springs, Colorado to enter national used to sterilize the flies is a I.I r Gillis over tie weekend. I
competition. Awards in the inodiLed glutamic acid. Trials have (
Mrs. C. A. Barfield spent Sun-
shoran that, concentration of -as i
state contest "provided by the a I day in Lake Worth. visiting her I
Florida ,Fruit ar* Vegetable As- little as 1-100th of 1 p r-.mt of I Mrs. Ada Culberson' is the house mother, Mrs. McCoy, who is ill. Mr. and :Mrs. Jerry Rutherford
sociation. .h3' chemical added to food for geuts of her son and daughterinlaw -I I I j I (Mary Carty) of Pahokee announce
------ -- ,-- .,lbJ3. .y-reared housoflias has ; Mr. and "Mrs. A. E. Culberson,I The children of Mrs. Mildred i the birth of a son, Dean Keith at
;' Mr. and Mrs. A. I. (Bud) Davis .revented egg-laying or hatchin; while recuperating from leg injuries Larrick's Sixth Grade room at the the Everglades Memorial Hospital,
: had as guests over the weekend and that 0.5 of 1 percent in a single suffered in a recent fall. On. Canal Point School were guests pf April 5.
':-_ their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. feeding will cause permanent sterility Sunday among those visiting her the Lake Okeechobee Farmers Co- Mr. and Mrs. Norma R. Norman
(, and Mrs. Darryl Davis of Msl J in female fiies. Although were her granddaughter Mrs.!I operative at the recent Hagena (Louise Campbell) of Pahokee an-
;;, bourne; and thelr-.d3.ughters. ,Miss ., tisia :tory for use in testing the Merle Enfinger and Mr. Enfinger I Bros. Circus in Pahokee. The groupof nounce the birth of a daughter
' Wilda Davis of West Palm Beach principle of chemical sterilization, of Miami. I children were accompanied to I Mary Ellen at the Everglades Me-
the modified acid not the drcus'by their teacher Mrs. jmorial "
and Miss Donna Davis student may prove i Hospital March 31.
at
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I Mrs. W, R. (Bill) Easterly visit-
ClarronWllllamsCommercial completely suitable as a practical (Mildred Larrick; also by Mrs. W. --- -
Miami. College means of insect control by this ed her brother-in-law. sister i H. Elliott room. mother, and Mrs. I ANDERSON CHASTAIN HOME {
method. The experiments are being Mr.,and Mrs. James Demetreu, at: Susan Wilson.CATHOLIC I Anderson Chastain prominentI
I Fort and enroute I
Myers Sunday _
conducted' at USDA's -
entomology I Canal Point grower is back at his
; laboratory at Orlando Fla., by I home also visited her father Geo- SERVICESIn I home in Canal Point after spend-
rge Cason, and other relatives, at:
Drs. Germain
: C. and
Labrecque LaBelle.Mr. place of the regular monthly ing the past six weeks in hospitals
; Carrol N. Smith and Patrick H. I meeting of the Miami Diocean in West Palm Beach and Miami

.,.. Adcock. and Mrs. Robert Fisher and; Council, of Catholic Nurses Palm where he has undergone treatment I
family had as recent guests her Beach Chapter there will be an for a severe heart attack. HIs.condition
b Use Insecticides brother-in-law and sister, Mr and: veening of recollection on April 26 I is greatly improved but rel-
Mrs C. A. Wade and family' of: from,5:45 to 9:30 p. m. at Tranquil- atives say that he will have to take .I
Safety On FarmGAINESVILLEFlorida
Crestview, While here the Wades I itas Retreat House in Manalapan. it easy for several months.CLASSIFIED ..
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: and the Fishers motored to Fort' -
The moderator will be Monsig. I
farmers -
use large quantities of insecti- Lauderdale to visit Mr. and Mrs. O.I' David E, Bashey. Donation of $2.50 ADS (
F. Underwood the parents of Mrs. includes supper. For reservationscall PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
cides and James .E. Brogdon, en-
'' Wade and Mrs. Fisher Mr. Under- Pahokee 7151 or 2684. Ii
wit&the Florida
tomologist Agri- wood being ill. : : : .IJ JJ : : : :
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they should be sure they are using Mr. and Mrs. William Hohen- RETURNS TO STUDIES
the insecticides safely., I I I Neely Johnson, son of Mr. and :
stein and family have returned to
Here are rules for safe use of Mrs. Alex M. Johnson of Pahokee I
+f insecticides suggested by the National New Smyrna Beach after a visit Has returned to his studies at Georgia -
dangersignals Safety Council and National here with the Rev. and Mrs. Char- Institute of Technology, At- Of (ftUflUTV _
j Agricultural Chemicals Association -' les Crauswell and family. lanta after spending three monthsof

: Mrs. Hugh Branch and child- on-the-job training as an em- HUH HHM ii n\t

First, read the ,label on the pesticide ren were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I ployee of the Florida Power and
I I! container. Follow inStruc- Prentice Edwards at Riviera I I Light Company in West Palm
M Unusual bleeding ordtechargt tions and heed all cautions. Beach Sunday. Beach under Georgia Tech's coope-
I Second store pesticides where rative education program. A junior -
;' : .. 2 A lump or thickening In the children, pets and irresponsible Ronald Wright son of Mr. and I. majoring electrical engineering I
breast or elsewhere people can't get into them. A good Mrs. Robert Arietta has returned he plans from now on to
to his home at Port from I devote full time to scholastic
O A sera that does! not heal way is to keep them in a locked Mayaca
r shed or closet, away from food.and Good Samaritan Hospital where he studies until he receives his BS degree ,
4 Change In bowel or.bladder! habits feed: underwent a tonsilectomy.Mr. I from Georgia Tech.
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5 and Mrs. James S. Wilson
Hoarseness or coughS I original labeled containers. This INSTRUCTION CLASSES i ii t
and children, Jean, Jimmy and Jan :
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6' Indigestion or difficulty in I:way everyone who sees the container of Miami visited her parents Mr. St. Phillips Catholic Church in i t
I will know what it contains. Belle Glade is holding instruction
swallowing and Mrs. R. W. Sanders in Paho-
Fourth, dispose ot empty containers kee :I classes on Tuesday and Thursday
Sunday.
7 Change (In a wart or mole promptly and in a way evenings weekly at 7:30 o'clock for I "A1O\(
that will pose no hazard to hu- Mr. and Mrs. Whitt Brewton of''I persons interested in learning more i
If your signal lasts longer than mans animals or valuable plants. West Palm Beach.and her brother- about the religious beliefs'of Catholics 1
two weeks'go to your: decter.to' That's all there is to it-four in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Anyone desiring more infOrmation .W.r. 'em ;
learn if It means cancer I simple things to remember and do Jack Day of Mount Dora visited about these classes may, .
AMERICAN CANCER, SOCIETY .-to make sure you are using.pest- Whitt's parents Mr. and Mrs. W.i{'I obtain details by phoning Pahokee ..... ... room

8 icides safely on your farm. H. Brewton here Sundady.: 17477. I It It ..!JJ.tL... ..."IL .;::;:;.

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Mike Maxson' returned to his Glenn Brower and Robert. Fisher Mrs. ,Apinee. Brock is the guestof

PERSONAL home Saturday'after being a patient -I I were among the spectators who her sister in West Palm Beach
lit NOTE] at the Everglades Memorial
-I NEWS N saw the recent International Car while taking medical treatment inthat
hospital for several,days. Mike suffered -,1 i(
a foot injury. He was able to Races at the ,Sebring race track. city.REELECT .

return to school this week. I
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Ten members of Canal Point Boy Mr. and Mrs. John Bellamy have
t" Mr. and Mrs. M. .
P. have j '
Stanley
Scout Troop 624; .accompanied by returned to Elizabethton, Tenn.,
returned from business to .....
a trip '
,Scoutmaster Phelix A. Slonaker, after a visit here with the Rev. and "
: returned the first of the week Mrs. James E. Boyd and family.Mr. St. Petersburg. I \ "

t, from a camping trip held on the -
Recent visitors in the home of
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,and Mrs.Y. were ,
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: banks? of St. Lucie Canal near In- *Rev. and Mrs.-'Charles D. Stewart' ; '

I. diantown. J business visitors in Gainesville the,included Rev. and Mrs. Fulton

past weekend. They were joined j Bryan and sons of Lake Park.
Mr. and Mrs., Robert C. Hattonliave and Mrs. Harkness
., there by Mr., Rev. Bryan is the honored Pastorof Leon GuthrieP
as guests her brother and Duncan of Jacksonville.Mr. .
the Lake Par: Bap.st Chu!ch.
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 4.J

t Black of Palos Park, 111.'The Hat- and Mrs. John T. Starlingand Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Thomas,' of

t tons and their house guests were infant daughter, Kay Lynette Athens, Georgia accompanied the -
Visitors in Miami the first'of the have.returned to Jacksonville aftera I Mrs.
I Bryans. Bryan is the daughter -
visit here with her ; Mr. i( '
parents
week.
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and
of Mr. Mrs. "ihomas. \
l I.and Mrs. M. S. Kirk.A .
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Mr. and Mrs. Milton Douglas Mr.,and Mrs. R. J. Crews had as l
and family have as guests her three-act play, "How Boas guests Sunday their son-in-law I ChlefofPolice
i brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and I i.Befooled the King," was presented and daughter, Mr.% and Mrs. A. C.

Mrs. Ross Crane, and son, Mike of by the pupils of Mrs. Elsie Sims' Stone of Fort Pierce, and their.j''I

Largo.Mr. Sixth Grade room at the Pahokee son. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and 1 I I 1

Elementary ,School during the Mrs. Bill Crews and family of Fort eg
and Mrs. Gordon McDowelland school's assembly period in the au I
family have returned to Bainbridge I ditorium. ,There were 36 children Lauderdale. I I II II -Daily Patrol In The School Zone-

'S Ga., after a visit here with I .
I in the castWaterworks' Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gamble had
i his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. I' I Efficient Service To The Taxpayers-
as recent guests: Mr. and Mrs. R.
and Mrs. Gene McDowell, and faint Supt. Robert J. | _
H. Lambert of )\rf; ml.
ily. Schroder, Streets Supt. Marvin
Cowart, Fire Chief Marvin Levins I
Mr. and Mr had
Anderson
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Dorsey Thompson, son of Mr. and Cecil Dean were visitors at Capab1eHonestA1ertYOUR
i as guests over the weekend her Ifc
and Mrs. Ray Thompson, is a pa- Camp Blanding this week on official -
and Mr. and Mrs.
nephew niece
t tient at St. Mary's Hospital where I business for the City of Pa
Gordon Cann and family of Per-
he is recuperating from eye surg-
hokee.
VOTE AND SUPPORT
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ery. I rine.Mr. fci
t Mrs. R. W. Bowers Orlando, ; APPRECIATED IN THE
and Mrs. Glenn Andrews hadas
Mrs. Wade Ammons has returned -
accompanied ,by her cousinss, Mr.
t I recent guests their sons auJ
from Millcdgeville, Ga., where .and Mrs..H. W. Ridenour of Indi- I II ELECTION MAY 3
daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. .
I |he was ,called by the death of an .anapolis Ind., will arrive here this I James Andrews ani son of West I II
week for visit with her brother-
J a (Paid PoL Adv.)
uncle. She was accompanied by I Palm Beach and Mr .and Mrs.Dew-
in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. I. i
her mother, Mrs. 'Osborne, of I W. Armstrong. The Armstrongs* f itt Andrews of Lake Worth. i iI =!}miyy\ &, WIW.4\M&1\ '-{IM1IM'IIWl.&liMj'v'j: V..4iM1JiYjlWil.jIWJ.VM'aM.j; : : ; l

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fi W. Roselle Wilson are guests this
!i FOR SALE: New and used Willys week of Mr. and Mrs. George Mead,

I Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage former Pahokee residents now liv-

i in Belle Glade, Phone 3058. ing in ,Marietta S. C. Before returning ;

. ,-.. Oct. 1754ch. to Pahokee they also planto
visit Mrs. Jensen's son-in-law
SUBSCRIPTION expiration datesto
, and'daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack I
I this newspaper are marked W.. Gleckler, and family, at Marys-I c :
on your name label as it comes to % r
ville, Tenn.
you each week. Check the date on .j I

yours. That is your date to renew I Mrs. W. J. Larrimore had as <-t -
We'll be looking for a check. .
her ,and
guests son daughterinlaw -
Thanks. The Everglades News. v Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Larri

PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If more and daughter, Sharon, of Tallahassee
letter- ; also Mrs. Josephine Arnold I
you need cards, envelopes,
heads, statements, bill heads, hand a former Pahokee resident II

bills or 5 something in the printing now living in Stuart I I :

'" line just step to the phone and call Mrs. H. C. Clark has returnedto f'A t t

The Everglades News at Canal her home after being a patient *, 4 C'J

l .Point, No 2661. We are experts in at St. Marys hospital for several
, producing excellent printing and days. \ ,

t our prices are in line with out of .
town printers who come to the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood of Cocoa I i

'I Glades for printing business. Please were recent guests of Mr. and. Mrs. 4t
I Brooks Henderson.Col. .
give us a call. Phone 2661. ,

" and Mrs. Hubert Keith of

It Denver,Cola., and Mrs. J. A. Carter qQ.

t of Jacksonville' were recent

I: r. guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Gei-

Ser. .

r Mrs. W. S. Evans left Saturdayfor

Russellville, Kentucky to visit : {- _

to xd 4v a', her aunt, Miss Jessie Settle who is

( :aa kfhF': seriously ill. ; : ;

I FOG 3 Dr. and Mrs. Lou Lombard and ,,y;'A2';y, Ka:.,. ':4v 9

daughter, Lisa of Miami were the

LIfl II weekend guests of her parents, Mr. 1
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and Mrs. J. H. Miller. j 1
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,- Him: Even so, harmony: universal -]publications; Mrs. W E. McCall I

:r : >rf 7 } and discord is unre ." I supply; Mrs. J. W. Repper, statusof
The Golden Text is from Psalms women and Mrs. Elmer Manson,
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: (103:2-4): 'Bless: the Lord. 0 my'public relations. Named on the
f i"" soul, and, forget not all his bene-'I nominating committee for next
r fits: who forgiveth all thine iniquities -;||:year's election were Mrs. Leonard

;; who healeth all thy dts-.i:Manson, chairman Mrs. W. E.
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eases;>who redeemth thy life from i j Johnson and Mrs. Earl :Maxson.
, I destruction." | Mrs. Leonard Manson and Mrs.
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Rh" -- I I Blackwell were appointed as ofificial

Mrs. Blackwell AgainHeads I delegates to attend the an-
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,,-- [ C. Point WSCS J JI i at Miami April 19-21.
The Methodist Church Canal Pt. Missionary Christian Science Guest of honor was Mrs. W. P.

-, I II I I Mrs. W. E. Blackwell was re- !Jernigan of Clewiston district sec-
Canal Point Florida Baptist Church Group Of Canal Point :retary of :Missionary education,'
relected president of the Canal,
who' presented Mrs. Blackwell with,
l.. Robert A. Shelley, Pastor Rev. Charles D.Stewart, Pastor J How God's goodness and allness I l Point Methodist Woman's Society'<''a president pin.
SUNDAY SUNDAY: establishes the basis for universal ''
: of Christian Service at the
, April
:Y I I The_devotional program, "He la
i 10:00 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a m.-Sunday School harmony will be brought out Sun meeting held in the Sunday School "
Risen Mrs. W.
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11:00 11:00 a. ,mv--Morning Word at Christian Science services. ,
[( a. m.-MorningWorship: day building Tuesday night. Mrs. Leonard -I announced
K.
Buchanan. It was
.. '] 6:30 p. xn.-Youth Fellowship 6:30 p. m.-Training",Union. The Lesson-Sermon on the 'sub ,Maxson was elected vice presi- the
Mrs. Walter Kautfc will give
k.; 7:80 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Woreiiip ject "Are Sin, Disease, and Death dent; Mrs. C. L. Stuart general!I' and
'program at the May meeting
f : MONDAY:' WEDNESDAY: Real?" will include this verse from secretary and Mrs. Pope Sears,
I I Mrs. E. F. Hollon will be hostess.
; 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice 7:30 p. .-Prayer.Meet: g. the Bible: "Know therefore this treasurer. I
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(r-; TUESDAY: -> day, and consider it in thine heart, Secretaries of special service -
r 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society that the Lord he is God in heaven elected were Mrs. J. P. Parker,I I Odell Mayberry has returned to

;," ,; .' 1st Tuesday Holy Nativity above and,upon the earth beneath: I promotions; Mrs. W. E. Johnson, Pulaski Va., after a visit herewith
t't, >:. Sad! MONDAY: Episcopal Church there is none else". (D ut. 4:39.: )'I I I missionary educaton: Mrs. Don B.;I I the Rev. and Mrs. James E.
<.' 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting Pahoke From "Science and Health with :.Keppt. ,ctldstian.social relations; Boyd ,and family.
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WEDNESDAY: Key to the Scriptures" by Mary I Mrs. Boyd Vorhees, student work _Goi
t1''. J 7:30 p.m.:Prayer Meeting !L Wendell Hainlln, Vkr Baker Eddy the following will be i Mrs. Earl Maxson, youth work;I j.i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brooks El-
+ SUNDAY: 'I read (414:2123)rhe Scripture Mrs. E. F. Hollon, children's work; arbee of West Palm Beach were

f: '.- St. Peter's Lutheran 10 a. m.-Sunday School declares, "The Lord He is God Mrs. F. M. Wilson, spiritual life;J I I the weekend guests of her parents .
11 a. 'm. Worship Service (good); there is none else beside J Mrs.W. F.Underhill, literature and Mr, and Mrs. R. T. Smith.
k ;Church, Belle Glade I j i i .

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: 601 W. Lake Rd. Belle Glade
, SUNDAY: Church: Pahokee

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t School1 :4 A.M. Rev. Clare s. Hafl

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f \ '9:45 a.'m.-Church School
: Church Of God, 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ,

F k. Barfield Highway, 6:45 7:45 p.p. m.-Evening.-MYF. Worship I I "one 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

9:45 A, M.-Sunday School rUESDAY: '
:,-, 11:00 A. M.Morning Worship v 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- SALES and SERVICE -- I
-t'. 7:00 P. :M.-L. W. W. B. (Parsonage ticeWEDNESDAY

) : Heating Conditioning Appliances
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. 7:30 P.u.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting _8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac!I -- --'- _
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James E.
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Baptist Church :SUNDAY SERVICES:

'9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
Elder R.EBarfield .-
b) ,11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
f SUNDAY: 6:45 >.,m.-Training Union ..
a i 10:00 a. m.r -Sunday School J 8:, (Lp.Eve Worship ;
11:00 a. m.Morning Worship WEDNESDAY: .,*, ic.vsr r ,
"E 7:00 p. m,-B. T. C. 8:00 .-Prayer Meeting.
, ,8:00 p. m.EvenIng.Worship p. ....... .
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7:30.p. m.Service-Midweek Prayer The Church Of God

" 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: Of Prophecy, Pahokee

t.' 7:30 p. m.:Meeting.-Ladies Auxiliary Canal Point Road I II

.. -- John H. Kinard pastor '
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The Pahokee Church 10:00 a. m.-Sunday ,School I I II
. 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service
Of The Nazarene 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service I .
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. .
L 71 Bacom Point Road 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. I

,,. Charles F. Crauswell, Pastort. Everyone welcome. Special music .
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 and I (
Bingbur.
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7:00 p..m.-Sunoay Evening

, Evangelistic Service.WEDNESDAY .
: David Cronin ::''''' ,,::,';; {? .n,' y tfVYi+x y.'l.ty',:. .
: SUNDAY MASSES .. _
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t. :> VOTE Re-Elect VOTE*

; >: I '. .' Home F!"\m, Overseas I i MAT 3rd MAY 3rd

r<.: ., ,. VOTE FOR '
j-' SFC Lelana L. Hughes son of! S JOHN F. KIRK '
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey TTnTh'jcf; S
DicksonFOB Bryant has returned to'the'States: 2: I
Charles Sheriff
after 13 months pf service with I ,
k the U. S. Army at Saigon. VietNam .
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,. and joined his wife awl For Honest
i> daughter.. Judy, at their home in
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Augusta GJU, the first of the week ProvenEffective
r:,iiI He and his family plan to visit his k Courteous

parents at Bryant next week, following -s .i .S S
which he will report for his i 5. Aggressive S

l Chief of Police new assignment at Fort Hood; Capable

Texas.in This the is Army.his 10th year of S service Impartial .5 Qualified

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$ FAMILY REUNIONThe
Experienced
i z 3 YEARS EXPERIENCE home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Enforcement -

[ Stuckey was the scene of a dinnerpkrty .

: J U. S. Marine Corps Military Police I bration and of family Mr. Stuckey's reunion in C\le-I 60th For ACTION, S
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birthday anniversary. Present were I not Promises
their sons and daughtersinlawand
) I YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT their families; also his sister-I' 'KFEP KIRK SHERIFF!

' WELL BE APPRECIATED in-law,.Mrs. Adeline.... Stucckey.- S Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated
Authorized AM Paid for br Campaign Treaaarel''fRONT7.F
: Laith 'Nail has returned to his ,
.. work at St. Petersburg after a -
; visit with Mrs. Nail at Bryant. 1 P-A THE ADVERTISERS

May 3, 1960 "


.' V See The Dinah Shore Chevy Show Sundays, NBC-TV-the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom weekly.ABC-1V *
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outdoor party and barbecue I I :
- supper for members of the inter- Charles L. Gidden : :' S '. t

mediate and senior Methodist S ,

. Youth Fellowship groups of the Funeral services for Charles L. I I : .

l( Canal Point Methodist Church will Gidden, 62, of Pahokee were held I
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,_, i be held in the Glades Community at the First Baptist Church in Canal II I
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'S "> Park at Canal'PoInt Saturday at Point Wednesday at 2:30 p. m., I. g ; 1' I I1

5 p.S m. W. Eustis Blackwell, with Elder Rubin Barfield officiat 1 s :
t"_ MYF'counselor, is in charge of ar- ing. Burial. was at Port Mayaca 1 :

:: rangements. Cemetery. ....

,; Mr. Giddens died Saturday at a S : ,
West Palm Beach hospital.,He had
been a resident of Pahokee for .- '

ELECT three years, coming here from ; S'S .
Avon Park.Survivors. \. '

J W. R. (BUSTER) : Two sons Howard of t" ,
Motor Trend Magazinenamed "
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; burg; one daughter .Mrs.- Inez .
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I I sister Mrs. Lue Wheeler, Adel Ga. 2' :? ,"

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Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Sorority S. : :' : : %" "

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ton Jr. Other officers chosen
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secretary; Mrs. ,Myra '
Bass treasurer; Mrs. C. L. Shirley, 5-' i fi '

: The Only fully qualified Jr.. ,council representative; Mrs. 5 II..
Carney Wilder alternate council [ ,
candidate
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S :Members: of Girl Scout Troop r
COMMISSIONER
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skit "Day on Television." Plans
: AGRICULTURESuccessful were made, to sponsor a rummage flKVFwfBH L A
sale April 9, proceeds to go to the f

\. J. farmer Pahokee Youth Center. It was an-
, Business manS nounced the group's //annual founders -

t Educated in Florida Schools ,day ,tea will be April ;30; also "
6.S. Degree in Agriculture that Mrs" W. A. Cross Jr.. will be
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\ Marine Veteran hostess at the next'meeting. ,* ; "Four-wheel independent suspension. totally unlike any other U.S.-built q
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Long record of selfless servlc
I to Florida Agriculture have as guests her mother, Mrs.S of a liquid coolant" .' a rear.mounted transaxle "allowing a flatter floor .
S. John E. and
Pale: for by Campbell grandmoth oi and a lower 'oo ine. ." These are some of the praises heaped upon '
w. 0. Daley. er. Mrs. John A. MCIntOSh
S Campaign Treuurtr Hazard Ky. Cbrvair by the editors of Motor Trend-the world's largest general auto- ./ S

S ,, motive magazine-in announcing their coveted Car-of-the-Year award. .
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every make in the country, were unanimous in their decision, publishedin

,THEATRESPRINCE the April issue. But, unless you have personally driven a Corvair, you" '.

can't what this engineering achievement in .
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