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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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I Cleary Bros. Get New Officer Slate I Decorations.For i I Pahokee Lions City Manager Vote

ForLocal Lions Hear Claude Jones

II Pahokee Contract State Pahokee"Election
James Gibson, president of the Meeting By Claude Jones, Belle Glade attorney .
Canal Pont Lions '(Hub, at the spoke on "The Life of

I) The i bid of Cleary ,Bros. Con- weekly dinner meeting of the club Local Garden ClubsGarden Abraham Lincoln" at the Tuesday Pahokee residents have until 5
committee luncheon of the Pahokee
struction Co.. West Palm Beach, to appointed a composedof meeting p. m., April 22, to register for the
H. G Boynton Al- Dr. I. V. Mmner of
chairman Lions Club.
extend the intake pipeline of the members May 3rd city election if they are
waterworks bert Fremd and H. H. Sears to of the Wauchula explained the work of
Pahokee farther vote and
to
.city, not already.registered ,
: nominate: a new slate of officers Glades area were in charge of the the Christian Record Benevolent
cost
out into Lake Okeechobee at a candidates for office have the same
and report at next week's,meeting. table decorations at the Wednes- Association, of Lincoln, Nebr., ,In to
, of $7,500 was accepted byjthe City deadline to qualify, according
It was announced the club is obtaining day night banquet of the State the dispensing of free services to Batchelor.The .
Council in regular session Monday City Clerk Patsy
recommended Russell from the Central and South Federation of Garden Clubs whichis ,the blind, such as the distributionof decide
night, as by voters will again on
Florida Flood Control District annual'convention. at records and the i
a its
holding books talking Pano-
and Axon, consulting engineers this election whether or not
film the latest the Palm Beach Biltmore Hotel like. His that the Pahokeeclub
showing projects request
for the waterworks ,department.The kee is to have a city manager, as a
I for the within the district, either under this week. Mrs. Ivan Van Horn of sponsor the local activities of State
signing of the contract special bill 'passed by the
a extension is subject the approvalof construction or completed, for the Belle Glade was general chairmanin the CRBA was approved. A caD Legislature in its last session(
the State.Board of Health and improvement of water control in charge of arrangements. Paho was made at the meeting for nom- authorizes a referendum vote on
,t South Florida An invitation will kee club members assisting her inations of candidates for office that '
the U. S. Army Engineering Corps. this issue. The act specifies
The proposed extension will place be extended to the Pahokee Lionsto were Mrs.. Norman Kennedy, Mrs.L. from the floor, and since there was the city manager would be generalsupervisor
the waterworks intake basin be- Join the Canal Point Lions in L. Shirley Mrs. J. T. Platt Mrs. no 'response, the slate of officers and manager of all pub-
yond the harbor area in lake water seeing this important motion 'pic- Leo Maxwell and Mrs. C. L. Shirley recommended by the nominating lic business and affairs of the Cityof .

less subject to possible pollution ture. Sr.. committee last week will auto Pahokee not inconsistent with-
the Representing the Pahokee Club matically be elected in May. Would be .a
L It was voted to continue city ordinances. He responsible
study of the bids for the construction Deaths at the convention are Mrs. Ed Jen. -, to the City Council which '
1V of the proposed additions tot Highway sen, delegate, and Mrs. J. S. \Chas- Union Service On would fix his salary and have the
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the city hall Jail and fire station authority to hire him or dismiss
until Tuesday, April 19, at 7:30 Will Be SlowedThe Garden Club is being representedby him from his,duties'' by a threw '
i p., m., when TI special meeting of Mrs. M. C. Carter, delegate, and Big Lake Levee fifths majority vote.
Mrs. G. H. (Duke) Tucker alternate -
r. the Council will be'held to take ac- Pahokeeoters have voted
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tion on these: bids. County Commission this ? against a city manager form of ,_
: The Council accepted.the bid of week pledged#Itself to giving every Mrs. Leo Maxwell and Mrs. J. S. 'I A union Easter Sunrise, Service I.government on two different oc -'
Leland Keen,Pahokee,Junior High I cooperation to law enforcement Chastain attended the lecture and. will be held on the Lake Okeecho- casions in the past. In 1945 they ,I
coach, for the management and operation agencies in an effort to .cut down demonstrations on flower arrange. bee levee facing Pahol. ''e ,Harbor defeat the t, 75 for 155 ,;
of the municipal swimming the growing, number ,of accident ments given at the Royal Poin- Sunday at 6 a. m. under the joint against. Later in '1958, the vote ';:
: pool in the City Park during the fatalities,on county highways. dana Playhouse Tuesday night as sponsorship of Pahokee and Canal was 201 for and 265 against. ; ;
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Commissioners Roy Michael and one 'of the features of the convention Point Churches,, .
1 coming -season, the pool; to open ," rftVith tfeivdate for qualifying <
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.\ k Mayor JX. S.r 1Dick) 'Paxriijoined public Safety of I livered by: the,Rev. Robert Y. Shelley offices'of chief of police'and mayor -
council -members in a discussion ficials'; Iftw enforcement agencies pastor of the Canal, Point .will be the most hotly contested in .
: of'the application: of Gene : and'the'.county board, said,a number I Bill Moss Renamed Methodist Church. The' Scripturewill this election. Veteran police Chief
Paulk Clewiston for a beer'sales of ideas were the outgrowth.ofthe be read by the Rev. Thomas' Leon Guthrie; seeking re-election, .
license for the Tiny,Diner ort'East: meeting:ideas.which are to be Pahokee PTA HeadW. I Shoemaker; pastor of the Churchof I will be opposed by Charles Dick-
Main St. The fact:that this diner is drafted into a set of recommendations -I God, Barfield Highway, The son, R D. Sappington and Maurice -
a popular meeting place for teenagers for finaLaction.Commissioner 1 prayer of invocation will be given I Sullivan. Mayor F., S. (Dick) Par- .
was advanced in the, argument :Michael said he: .'X\ (Bill) Moss'was re-elected by the Rev. Charles D. Stewart, rish had decided not to seek reelection .
;' for not granting the licen&e. had advanced'an idea that' roadside] president of the Pahokee Parent- pastor of the Canal Point Mission- until a group of citizen, in
The motion of Councilman Charles markers be set up at the scene of Teacher Association at the annu- .ary Baptist Church; the offertory, I:appreciation of his work as mayor,
(Sonny) Brown to grant the license every fatal accident: lie said"ther al election of officers held duringthe of the Pahokee First Baptist Chur : circulated a petition qualifying
(continued on page 8)1r' states use this system and it has April meeting In the high ch. An the benediction, by the Rev. I him as a candidate,and persuaded
its effects on motorists, causing school auditorium Monday night. Rubin ,Barfield, Canal Point First i (continued on page 8) -
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them to reduce speed whenever one Other officers recommended by Baptist Church The Rev. CharlesF. i - ,
r't ParkSite&Boat of the signs are spotted. the nominating committee and Crauswell of the Church of the Revival '
I In other actions on road the unanimously elected were :Mrs. N. Nazarene, Pahokee, is in,charge of I: Baptist
r: Secured commission decided to push for an R. Lemonds, first vice presidentand I the program.A I
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start for widening Military
chairman Mrs. Milton
"-. early program ; choral group, made up of choir I[At Pahokee ChurchThe
Trail between State Road 8CT and Douglas, second vice president
members of all the churches represented -
Beach Okeechobee Road and to ask that and membership chairman; Mrs. .
The Palm County Com at the services, will sing I N'I .
the project inclcude a walkway I David Unwin, third vice presidentand two numbers, "Joy Dawned on The Rev. Larry Taylor of San
mission this week
approved plans I I
the road for school children.
along hospitality chairman; James Easter Day" and "All Hail the ,Antonio; Texas, evangelist, is con-
for a new roadside park and boat The board also gave approval for Harry Wilkinson, fourth vice president Power. of Jesus' Name," under the series of revival servicesat
'launching area to be established! widening a strip of road leading to and budget and finance chair- direction of Milton Carpenter, with ducting a
l between ,Belle Glade and ,Pahokee. the ,Jupiter School from. Indian- man; :Mrs. Horace Unwin, secre- Miss Kathleen Spencer at the the Pahokee First Baptist Chur
Commission Chairman Paul Rardto town Road and voted to secure tary; Mrs.'Joe Hatton, Jr.. treasurer piano. ch this week with morning 'ser- \

,who originated the idea some needed right of way for a road to ; Mrs. Ernest Maxwell, his- The services will be broadcast vices scheduled to start -at 7

W t...__, .time ago pinpointed the location of. serve the West Gate school. I.torian; and Norma, R.. Norman, ]I o v e.r Pahokee's radio ,station, o'clock, and: ,evening services; at 8
,; .: 'the area as "immediately north"of I Tie board also learned;that bids I IIi parliamentarian., The new' slate of, WRIM
i' :- the East, Shore pump ,on State for construction of U. S. Highway I officers 'will be installed at the i o'clock daily. He is: "being assisted
'" \ 'Road' 715.- I Ii 1 through Delray Beach a drainage May meeting.. by:Charles Smith of'Winter" Haven,
r :; :. The; 'commission this 'week received project; on Palmetto Road and The monthly attendance' awards Funeral Services music director. *- ;'. ; -i- -

('; ,;( a deed from the state',fonaseven construction of Boynton Beach were won by Mrs. Edna Maxson'sfirst During the past week church -,
t. *= acre park site 'and' a. permit. West Road, will be opened by the grade room at the elementary Zack members held special cottage
from the Federal government :o State Road Board on April 28. school and' by the eighth grade at I For Ingram prayer meetings ir preparation for .

construct a launching site in Lake junior high school. the revival. These meetings were

Okeechobee across the dike from Local PTA GroupAt II Members of Brownie Troop 247 Funeral Services were held held at the homes of Mrs. Annette
the park site.Chairman were in charge of the flag'cere- Thursday morning of this week for McCurdy, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley
Rardin said the State County Meeting mony and presented a skit, in the,.Zack Ingram, 77, former residentof Tillis, Mr.. and Mrs. C. S. Davis
Road Department has plans' for '- opening exercises. The Rev. Thomas ,Pahokee and former mayor of Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Woof ter, Mr. '-,
development of the park facilities The Canal Point Parent-Teacher Shoemaker, pastor of the Chur-I Belle Glade. The funeral was held and Mrs. ,Charles Wilkinson and" .
and that county forces' will con- Association was represented at the ch of God gave the devotionals. : at the First Baptist Church in Mr. and Mrs. W. O.. Moss. ; v
struct the boat ramp. Child Growth and Development Following the business session, Belle Glade. He was' in the farm .. 1';

-- Workshop, held in the Mounts an art show was hold in the gym-: I' implement business with Glades Sonny Harrington ? k
Mrs. Hostess Building 'on Military Trail Tues- nasium where the art work of students Equipment Company for many
Pope day, by Mrs. Joe Cherry, Jr., president first through twelfth years and moved to Belle Glade Has Heart- Attack .
To Circle At Home Mrs. W. E. Blackwell,'Mrs. grades, was exhibited under the from Pahokee, several years ago.
James Gibson Mrs. W.. E. McCall supervision of Mrs. Ann Donehoo, Suvjvors include his wife, Mrs. Capt. John S. (Sonny; ) Harrington :
Mrs. E. L. Pope was, hostess to and Mrs. Dick Miller.: Mrs. W T. art director of Pahokee Schools. 'Ingram of Belle Glade; a daughter, is in an, air force hospital ,in t.,
members of Circle Five of the Gist of Pahokee also attended. Refreshments were serve<1by\ Mrs. ,Gloria Morales of La Mirada, Dover, Deleware suffering from
Everglades Presbyterian Church Speakers included Dr. Edward Mrs. Robert B.'Simonson, assisted Calif.;. twa sisters Mrs. Herbert a coronary ,thrombosis and is in
at the April meeting held at her Flemmings, assistant director of by Mrs. Web Pell. Mrs. Hugo Boe Hackney of West Palm Beach and serious condit1 n. He suffered the ..,
home, with Mrs. Richard Murray, the Florida State Board of Health, and hits Leland Keene. Mrs. "Elija Smith.. of Cordele Ga.; attack in the Azores Islands but
president of the Women of the and other officials of both the two stepsons, Donald and Robert flew his jet plane to New Found- .
Church giving the opening prayer. State and County Boards of Heal- Mrs. Ada Culberson who has Jones of Belle Glade; and four land where it was refueled before ,
Mrs. W. L. Duncan gave reading th. been the house guest of her son, A. grandchildren.P he completed his trip, to, Dover :
and' Mrs. Mea M. Bosworth, the E. Culberson and family while -. where he was hospitalized. He is ,
lesson. Mrs. E K, haflin chairman Mr. and :Mrs. C. C. Lemons spent recuperating, from a- recent fall,' Mr.: and Mrs. Walter Case ot the son of :Mrs. John S. Harrington ;1
presided at the business, and gave' the* past week at,,their home in was able to return to her home this Delray Beach were guests ,here, of Port :Mayaca. His family. ,is. with f t
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;., I : Serving,;.the Lake,Okeechobee Farming Region Y\1 0 t.:1- $t k i\l.. : ,
.. Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years
j EVERGLADES SWEET CORN ADVISORY COMMITTEE AT'WORK This candid photo of
I Established March 11,1924 Published Every Friday
Everglades Sweet Corn Advisory Committee was taken during the March 23 meeting at
':. Subscription- Eriee, $2.00" Year In Advance, Belle Glade,. when it was decided to promote the ,product nationally 'during April and'

:The,Eveigldes'hJews('I' .Is Entered at the Post Office ?May with ')ie vY'emphasis in 20 major markets. Program will be administered# '' 'Florida

in.Canal Pout Florida_, asSecond: Class Matter Fruit & Vegetable Association, Orlando. Clockwise around the table are:.Lewis Friend, Pa-'
I ;. -' hokee, Chairman fet far end of table]; Sam'Knight, Belle Glade; W. G..Hull, Pahokee; W. R. I

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Wilson
showed over 21,000 cows E. Botts, Orlando, President, Willard E. Botts Advertising, Ind, Donald A. Butts, Orlando
Florida Dairy Herds I mazy currently on test Manager, Public Relations Division, Florida Fruit, & Vegetable Association; C. A. Thomas,

", Registered: :Notable Five associations with high year- Lake, Harbor; J. Hilton Jones, Pahokee Alternate for J. Ray Hatton, Pahokee; Billy Rogers, I
'59 ly averages of pounds of four per- South Bay; Jim Colbert, Oviedo, Alternate for David M. Earle, Oviedo; George M. Talbott, .

Improvement, cent fat-corrected milk per ,cow. Orlando, Manager, Production and Marketing Division, Florida Fruit & Vegetable. Assoda-. "

GAINESVILLE-.....;;;.'The 1958-59: i and their averages were Orange tionl _._ "-' !
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8,377; Pioneer 7,895; LeonJefferson -

FJorida Dairy Herd Improvement 7,795; Duval 7,675; and. South Flower Show For I IDoItYourselfer'sJ Easter'Program the Lord" and "Sing, Sing. Sing," ,
F Association summary shows herds Florida 7,182. children of the kindergarten department
hit an all-time high average in Florida DHIA records proved or For Methodists ; "The Good News of ':;
milk, production, according: to C. i helped prove 68 dairy bulls last -, Easter," Carol Mae Hatton; "The I

I W Reaves, dairyman with the l year by providing records for com-' A "do-it-yourself flower show Children of the Intermediate De- Church Bells", children of the primary -

Service.Florida Agricultural Extension I paring the production of the bulls' will be featured at.the April meet- partment of the Pahokee Metho- department; "Benediction," I j

daughters with that of their dams. ing pf the Pahokee Garden Club to dist Church School, under the direction Mike Watson. The congregationwill
Over 18,0001 cows are represented i Reaves says selection of best brood be held at the home of Mrs. Jess M. of their counselor, Mrs. sing "He lives." Billy Boe and
in the yearly summary compiledby office ,cows and better dairy sires are objectives Elliott. April 19. with all membersto Lloyd Hundley, will present an John Cook will serve as ushers.
the Extension Service dairy .
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I of the program, together participate.. Mrs. Norman A. Easter program at the church Sun -
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They averaged 7,198 pounds with culling and .better feeding Kennedy, president, will preside at :day at 9:45 a. m. AT THE HOSPITAL
milk of an average test of 4.2 per- I I
cent butterfat. and management.. the business session. Hostesses for i The program will include "Pre- Among the patients at the Ever-

,Reaves sayi' this productionwas the sandwich luncheon will be Mrs: lude", Dorothy Lair and Jann glades Memorial Hospital Wednes-

27 percent above the average Man Progressing In J. V. Chastain, Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Plumer; "Call to worship," Mike day were Fred Hand Mrs. Chris'
of all Florida cows kept for milkas Sr., Mrs. R. J. Schroder. Mrs. R. B. Watkins; "Scripture reading," tine'Connell,. ::Mrs. Lucille Sapping-
reported by the USDA Agricultural Fight Against Pests Simonson and Mrs..' C. M. Todd Diana Graham; "Prayer* John ton Mrs.' Josephine Humphries,

Marketing Service for Robbins; song, "Jesus Loves Me" Mrs.. Arlene Rashley Mrs. Shirley
:1959 and 37 .percent above 1958 Insects were on earth millions of Mrs. Kate Sturtevant, guest" of children of the nursery depart- Kelting, Mrs. Esther Hundley Mrs. .
:figures. jf years before man, and human be-I :Mrs. Lizzie Kirkey at Canal Point ment; "The% Glory of Easter* ," Mary Jackie Martin, Mrs. Nancy Peaden

The 1958-59 feed cost of $218 per ings have always had,to struggle for two weeks, who spent the sea- Lee Adams; "The Assurance of Mrs. Barbara UmbergerMrs..
cow was also the highest in recent against pests. The world's 218 billion son at Largo, has returned to her Easter," Wayne Hundley; songs, Margaret Hooks and Mrs. Mammie
years, according to Reaves. pepole are far outnumberedand home at West Winfield, N. Y. "Oh, Let Us Go ,Into the House of Gandy.

DHIA records are kept by 15 outweighed by agricultural *
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dairy herd improvement association -J I pests. It is estimated that thera -
are more than a million kinds of }I! gWJTWffWgWff
supervisors who visit the herd : I <
and test< insects,on.earth.,The United States '" r' .. '- ,
monthly to weigh, sample I ,
has about known kinds
the income 85,000 -
the milk and compute '
.. feed cost and profit of each cow. 10,000 undesirable and several hun i
and of the herd as a whole. dred destructive enough to agriculture : Rent?
Records assist dairymen as 'a to be of major'importance. Why: pay
Insects have taken
never over
guide for better feeding, cullingand
the earth because natural foes tendto
building a higher producing
herd, Reaves. keep some balance among the '
more profitable says
10 forms of life In'an, area. But given I Ia .
carried
.Work is out through
dairy herd improvement associa- chance pests,break out-in plague OWN YOUR OWN HOMEOn
tions serving 34 counties in Flor- force.. Famines caused by locustsare

,'I ida. The February, 1960, state sum- reported in the Bible. Historyis
replete with instances where

-- pests have starved out large numbers the for all homes.
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of people. The, four horsemenof :
the Apocalypse were war,,famine -
pestilence and death. pay. Payments usually lower than rent

*: "X speak the same At times it has seemed, that insects -
might,finally win their battle
language in all parts against man and his crops and ani-
HOUSES OF FOR AS
of Florida. X won't mals and take over the earth. But DISTINCTION
man is resourceful and keeps com- (
weigh what I do or ing up with new and better weap- .

toy against whether ons with which to 'fight the pests I I ,E
.' that constantly plague him. JITTLL AS $ i495
it wins or loses votes.X Science now provides man with ".. .
.. weapons and strategy and is making -
concern myself .
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1 these increasingly 'effective. ;;; '
: only,with whether Weapons against agriculturalpests NO DOWN-.PAYMENTAll

,:r the issue is include pest-killing chemicals
; serums, antibiotics, vaccines,
you need is a clear deed to your lot
right
or.wrong. and other biologicals for fighting
One, two, or three bedroom homes
animal diseases; and new plant '
varieties bred for resistance to .0: \ .f ,.' 1.

specific pests. Strategy for pest These'homes. are completely finished on the outside, unfinished on the inside-.,
fighting includes organized effortsto except for flooring and studding partition.WE I It
use research weapons and regu-
latory work of,inspection and quar- CAN FURNISH A THREE PIECE BATUSET, ELECTRIC WIRE- j
antine. Our twentieth century has ING, DOUBLE SINK AND CABINETS, SHEETBOCK OR PINE J""
been called the first time that man PANELLING AND STILL NOT REQUIRE A DOWN PAYMENT.
has been able to fight back aggressively i
against plant and animal is


Meanwhile modern pests. transportation, the volume and have speedof enabled WE BUILD IN FRAME OR BLOCK.Toney I s

stowaway agricultural: peststo
rove the world as never before.
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Thus both man and pests have .
gained advantages. As the contest
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stands, they are about evenly' Builders Inc.
matched: This represents a gain I
for man's side, because in all earl ,
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ier ages he was practically helpless

against pest outbreaks.. Visit our Model Home In Okeechobee Florida oa Rt. 70Come
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Four The Everglades News Canal Point,Florida Friday, April 15,19G0DeWitt

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i: Mr. and Mrs, Joe H. Usher, accompanied -"- Miss Cindy Friend, student at
: Uptbegfove Insurance Folks .,by Mr. and Mrs. Billy FSU, Tallahassee, will spend Easter -
,:} Culberson were visitors at Immok- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
On New York VisitNEW alee Sunday j E{ Lewis Friend.
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r.: State Senator YORK N. Y.-chester H. business visitors in St. Petersburg the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley
Mullis and Mr. and Mrs. Frank I Monday. Tillis Tuesday night.
to (: Tillls of the Canal Point area was i

: POPULATION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY L"'lI9-10 61,723 honored here today at the Life In-I I. .
1960 EST.260,0001980 ????? surance Company of Georgia con- t/ CHECK THE JOB. .. IS CHECK THE MAN. _
vention. I,

EXPERIENCED AND 'QUALIFIED WITH 15 YEARS Recognition was accorded : THEY GO TOGETHER! \
AS SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION Mullis for hs membership in M'I
of Georgie's Quarter Million
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AGGRESSIVE ELECT
HONEST Club. Mr. and Mrs. Tillis were
ognized for their record as "Five-
ELECT THE PEOPLES CANDIDATE Time Conventioneers." DOYLE

To the strains of stirring march +! ds+A ?
music, Mr. Mullis and Mr. and Mrs.
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. We Must Prepare For Tillis were escorted to the rostrum.1 i

EDUCATION Schools adequate to' by company officials. Vice President CONNERcommissioner I
for Field RankinM. T ...pY
the growth of our State., Operations b.; T '4.
,. ROADS and safety on our highways { Smith cited Mr. Mullis for pro-
ducing more than $250,000
Raising Homestead Exemption for our 4a worth
"' of paid for Ordinary insurance dur- AGRICULTURE
dis-
retired People Security far of
abled. : ing 1959, and presented him witha .

Memorial Cemetery,for our,deceased s" gold watch. FARMER
BUSINESSMAN LEGISLATORpd.
yeterans. '; a < Chairman of the Board I. M.
RECREATION Public Areas for fy d Sheffield, Jr., congratulated Mr. pd. pel. ody.
Pleasure and Safety. ',. Y and Mrs. Tillis for their fine recordof
Help to our Farmers. '. service to the company and its

CONSERVATION Forestry, Wildlife policyholders 'and presented the
And a set-up to halt Water x couple with an, engraved sterling I Re-Elect VOTE
PoluUon. silver tray. MAY 3rd MAY 3rd
LESS NONSENSE The presentations were made at
MORE HORSE-SENSE the Hotel Manhattan meeting before JOHN F. KIRKSheriff '
440 delegates from Life of

Georgia's 11-state territory. I
DeWITT UPTHEGROVE Mr. Mullis is married to the
former Judy Murphy of Pahokee.He .
your State Senator and bring to the People a down to earth. under- is a member of the Baptist For
standing of their GOVERNMENT. Church, Lions Club, and Junior AS Honest 'L

Vote for Ability and Integrity. I I Chamber of Commerce. He lives in ProvenEffective '
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Vote for the Satisfaction that comes with Achievement and. I I Pahokee.Mr. Courteous_
Progress Tillis is a staff manager for
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Life of Georgia. His wife is the
Vote for DeWITT UPTHEGROVE The man you know with a Aggressive
PROGRESSIVE RECORD. former Betty Batchelor of Paho- Capable
kee. He belongs to the Baptist
A man who will devote his full time getting the job done. Church, Lions, Club and Junior Impartial Qualified

Chamber of Commerce. He is a ;

Pull Lever 24A For Continued ProgressPaid resident of Pahokee. I Law. i
They were accompanied the Experienced
( Political.Advertising by the Campaign Treasurer) New York trip by Chester Batch Enforcement
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Rotarians Hear and team physician, making the Batchelor. Alex Johnson of the -.. PromisesKEEP
presentation. W. K. (Hank) Ald-I local office also... made,... the trip. not
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Health Workers ridge, president-elect, presided in I '
KIRK
the absence of President C. E. I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain were c1 SHERIFF! .
Mrs. H. C. Graham, public welfare Williams. T. W. Knight of Lake weekend guests of'Mrsl: Clyde. Grif- Your Vote an Support Will Be Appreciated ;
= Park, a past president of the,club,: ,,fies. and.,._,Marc. in,Tampa. Aothorbcd ana. Paid for' .by Campalrn TreasurerDEMOCRATIC
worker, and Miss Jane' Plum! : -- ?? lf, ,"'_r .1..r {. .
and J er, public nurse for the Palm Beach"County tarian, were visitors.ENTERTAIN !
Health Department, were
guest speakers at last week's luncheon PRIMARY:
SUNBEAMSMrs. MAY 3RD 1960I' I
meeting of the Pahokee Rotary -
W .W. White and Mrs. Edwin .
Club.'Introduced by O. B. Mc-
Cowart entertained the Sun
Clure, program chairman, they ex-
beam of the Canal Point
plained the various services they group
Baptist Church with an Easter ,' ifr!
render to,.needy_ ,persons in the
hunt and wiener roast at the -
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Glades ,area. r: f u I
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grounds Community :
Guest of honor at the luncheonwas
The leaders were assisted in
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Charles Goodson, voted by his
serving 24 Sunbeams Mrs. J. D.
teammates as the most outstand- by 30 A .. .; 'r 1
Latham and Mrs. Paul Rardin. \ 1I
ing lineman on the 1959 Pahokee .- I
High Blue Devil football team. He
was presented with the club-spon- Mrs. W. S. Evans has returnedto
sored "Best Lineman" trophy, an her home at Port Mayaca froma
annual award with Dr. Wilburn C. visit with her aunt, Miss Jessie
Young, past. president of the club Settle, at Russelville, Ky. ry
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I am seeking re-election as your MAYOR. HIIDELESTJ \
I have stated to some of you that I was not go.0- ,

Iting to run again. However, I have given this matter 4

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+ feel that I, like most of you am going to rear my .0-

4' family and probably live the rest of my life inPahokee.
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< er I am MAYOR or'not. BUT-I do feel that I .. -- GIOVEH'C LEVELANIFfeld

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t ,[_PERSONAL: : :tu NEWS E :NOTES I m plan with,Mr.,Mr.at to their and Cocoa.spend and son-in-law Mrs.Mrs.the George Easter Hugh.and B.G weekend daughter Ramey Miller-,. O.,, 'V ,, ..t'f RE-ELECT,.. l t""d 'I ? -., '



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W. Sanders, accompanied '
It:- Mr. and Mrs. J. Kanne entertained : Dr. Henry Blackburn, superin- by their son and daugh- *,. 4i '
at the Star Ranch north of intendent of the West Palm Beach ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
I Canal Point with a dinner party District of Methodist Churches, (Mike) Sanders, nad sort Michael: Leon GuthriePAHOKEE'S
honoring Mrs. W. A. Adams of will conduct a quarterly conferenceat spent the weekend in Miami visiting -
Glennville, Ga., who is spending the Pahokee First Methodist their duaghter Mrs. P. Andrew
the season here. Among the guests Church Monday evening, April 18. Keyes, "and children. Their I
t were Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Santee, Mrs. E. A.Jensen and Mrs. W. R.1 son-in-law, Col. Keyes, is ill at the i iI '
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Boynton, Mrs. Wilson have returned from a visit I Valley Forge General Hospital,
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'i Edna Barrett. Alice and Iva: Hand with Mr. and Mrs. George Mead: Phoenixville, Pa.
J and Billy ,Erler. formed Pahokee residents now liv- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Douglas Mere
: ,. Mr, and Mrs., A. J. Gamot expect ing at Marietta, S. C. They also dith attended the Black Hills Pas
to have as' a guest this week visited Mrs. Jensen's soninlawand sion Play at Lake Wales Friday I ChiefofPo1ice

their son, Albert' Gamot, studentat daughter Mr. and :Mrs. Jack night. ;.
the University of Mississippi. Geckler, and family at Maryville, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. King of :Fort I .
; Mrs. Ralph C. Stanley joined I.Tenn. I Lauderdale, accompanied by las: I i.I .
her brother-in-law and sister Mr. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie had father, Chester King of Normal, r
and Mrs. Kenneth Moon, of Schenectady as a guest: .this week their grand Ii HI., visited his brother and sister-1 I Daily Patrol In The School Zone=-
N. Y.'fora visit with their daughter, Mrs. Gary Sammons of in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wilson .
mother, Mrs. Ella prippen, at Tallahassee in 'Pahokee over the we3ken3. I .Efficient Service To The TaxpayersI' -
Dania over the weekend. Mrs. O. H. Chastain entered Chester King remained for an extended -
Mrs. Mary Lampi, who has been' Good' Samaritan Hospital in West visit here. with his son and "

the guest fo her son and daughter- Palm Beach Tuesday afternoon family.
and had surgery Wednesday.Bill The Rev. Harry C. Parkam of Capable Honest Alert
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t: Connally and children and Lake Placid will be. guest speakerat ,
Lamp!, and family here this sea Mrs. C. Connally of Coral Gables the April"meeting of the Metho-
a son, Is returning to her home atEagle were the weekend guests of Mr. dist Men's Club at the church Mon YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
I ) River, Mich, ,She plans to and Mrs. Ray Singletary. day at.7:30 p. m. Ladies night will '
visit her son-in-law and'daughter, Joe Parker, who is stationed at be observed, honoring the wives of APPRECIATED IN THE
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wells at Detroit the Marine Base in' Jacksonville members who will be dinner

enroute. spent the weekend with his par- guests, according to President ELECTION MAY 3
Jack Phillips has been appointednew ents, ,Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker.Col. Marvin Cowart.
director of the ,Vesper Choirat I' and Mrs. W. S. Evans spent James W. Vann district deputy (Paid PoL Adv.)
the Pahokee First Methodist the weekend in Sebring as guestsof grand exalted ruler, and EdwardA. g8tt I *8a tgH84tfrSYirystitT I 1
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Church to fill the :vacancy left by : their son-in-law and daughter, Jensen, secretary c f Palokee
the resignation of Mrs. L. M. Col! Dr. and Mrs. Frank Handley and BPOE Lodge 1638, were business -'
lins.Fred family.Mr. visitors in Boca Raton the past Yixfritffritir iriI I I
Hand, who had surgery lasts and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux at- week in the interest of the Elks
week at St. Mary's Hospital has tended the Passion Play at Lake Lodge.
e been transferred to the Everglades Waled last weekend, they were ac- Mrs. W. A. Howell and Mrs.
Memorial hospital where he is con]'! companied by thier house guests Ruby Lee Justice, former Pahokee I HELP

valescing. from Ft. Lauderdale. residents now( living in West Palm |
Mrs..W. L.Duncan was the guest I Beach, visited.. .friends here the past 1 .
--, of friends in Pompano Sunday. She.week.)
attended the Easter cantata at theChurch j Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Andersonhad
Classified_ AdsFOR by the Sea In Miami Beach as guest over the weekend Mr. WANTEDEXPERIENCED
Sunday night. and Mrs. George Peterson of Winter -
I Mr and Mrs. P. B. Williamsonhad Park. "
SALE: New and used WillysJeep's. as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker had t '
Walter Ashley's GarageIn I J. Wood and family. of West Palm as guests Sunday their son and
Belle Glade Phone 3058. : I Beach., -' daughter-in-law, Mrs and Mrs.

Oct' 11..Mch.I i Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wattenberger Charles,Baker, and family and Mr. !
SUBSCRIPTION datesto i and family of Fort Myers wereweekend and Mrs. Ed Mathis, an of West i
'c this newspaper expiration are markedon guests of her paretots,. Palm Beach...,. BOOKKEEPER '
+ Mr. and Mrs., C. A. Barfield, in The Mobile Chest X-Ray Unit
your name label as It conies to
\ yon each week. Check the date on Canal. Point over the' weekend. will be in Pahokee -on Tuesday,
renew' Theyj also visited her grandmother, April 19. It will be stationed on .
yours. That is date to '
We'll *be looking your fora- check Mrs.JBina.MeCory;'who.is ill at her First Street across the street.from f'APPLY; : '.--;:, '," it
i Thanks. The 'Everglades Nears. 'hom In Lake WortH;; before 'returning the Bank i'Pahokee and will be i 1 I. !.: i
home. open for ,chest x-rays from 10 a. .
PRINTING OF ALL, KINDS. If :Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Murphy and m. to 12 noon and from 1 to 4 p. m.WUWWUWWWWWUWW.
you need cards, envelopes, letterheads amlly visited his brother, Hilburn I Pahokee Drainage
statements 'bill heads, hand .Murphy, and family in Clewiston I
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bills, or something in the printingline I Sunday.Mrs. |
just step to the phone and,call : .'Joe Wright has returned to' 1 DistrictPhone
The Everglades News at' Canal Salerno after a visit here with her |
Point, No 2661. We are experts.in parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. :M. Bak- 3861 Canal Point Fla.
producing excellent. printing>> and I ,
our prices are in line with out of er.Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Jr., Of ftUflllTV |

town printers who come to the Friday night attended. "Along I .
Glades for printing business. Please These Waters," a stirring outdoor : : : 1 : : t : :J tJ t : t. : : : : t : : : : .

give us a call. Phone 2661. drama depicting the opening and
L I settling of the lower east coast of
I Florida, presented in the new am-
I phitheatre In the Indian River

f I Memorial Park, Fort Pierce, under ; ELECTDavid ... ;
I the auspices of Historical Pageant ..-, c' ri
Society of St. Lucie County."Along' f'
I These. Waters" was writ- r

ten and directed by Ada Coats Stewart
Williams, author and dramatist, v
who was at one time a teacher in

Pahokee Schools. Mrs. Shirley was ,
one of her pupils while. she taught '
here. ,I :
Mrs. :Edna.JMathews of Plant LTa.x AssessQr
.. City is a guest;.of her son-in-law I
1 and daughter,Mr. and :Mrs. Richard : it" ..

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MnandlMTS. ,Theodore' B. Wilson -
have as guest over the week-
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I and Mrs. Danny Mullis and 14 Years Experience As Deputy Assessor & Assessor
g day son of Gainesville are spendingthe
weekend visiting her parents, of Florida In 1941 "
TTY U B.; S. Degree University : :
WitM S Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stokes, at .
APR L Canal Point and his parents; Mr. 4 Years Naval Service World War n J' I
and Mrs. L. M. Mullis,,at Pahokee. '.
kee.Mr. Lifelong Resident of Fla. Married With 4 Children =
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and Mrs. Rupert Mock haveas .'
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Impartial Property : ,
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tient. Stress Honesty Courtesy-& 'Economy .' '.. /
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'' Homestead Exemption for all Qualified Homeowners
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Lock spent,Sunday visiting their I S
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owe him endless homage." Pahokee on April 19. The unit will
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to be read is from John (3:17):1 next to the Bank of Pahokee,

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the world to condemn the world; will be given from 10 a. ro.
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might,be saved. rto 1 Plans were made to decorate the
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" 't i Woman's Club Has v
Shelley As Speaker? To '
The Methodist.Cburch: Canal Pt. MissionaryBaptist Christian Science I ;Youth Group

.f Canal Point.. Florida ChurchRev. Group Of Canal foint II I The of Rev.the Robert Canal Point Shelley Methodist, pastor -!See Passion Play

I Church, spoke on "Thoughts for Members of the 'Canal Point I
Stewart
i" : Robert A. Shelley, Pastor Charles D. Pastor Christ Jesus' teachings about the
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: the Easter Season" at the Wednes- Methodist Youth Fellowship planto

. 10:00 a. m.-church School 9:45 a. m.--Sunday School indestructible relationship of God day luncheon meeting of the Paho- attend the performance of the

. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. nxr Homing WorslxJp and; man will be emphasized.Sunday kee Woman's Club. He' was intro Black Hills Passion Play at Lake

.: &30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship 6:30 p. m.-Training Volcn. at Christian Science services: duced as guest speaker by Mrs. Wales' Good Friday night. They
:r':',' 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. Evening Worship Highlighting the LessonSermonon Frank Friend, president, who presided will be accompanied by some of
the at the business their and W. E. Black-
MONDAY: YV I -; subject "Doctrine of Atonement" session.It parents by

3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice 7:80 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. is the Goldep Text fromI was announced Pahokee club I well MYF counselor, and Mrs. I
r TUESDAY: John (2:1): "If any,man sing, we member will be guests of the BlackwelL There will be 'approximately -
8:00 in.-Woman's have an advocate with the Father Belle Glade Woman's Club at its 25 persons in the group.
Society
p. Holy Nativity Jesus Christ the righteous." Installation luncheon on May. .
1st Tuesday2nd
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l Readings from "Science and Recognition was given to Mrs. ATTEND AFFAIR HONORING
MONDAY Chard
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Episcopal
Health with Key to the Scriptures"by N. R., Lemonds and Mrs. W. S. PRESIDENT OF COLOMBIAMr. t
7:30 Esther
p. m class,meeting '
i WEDNESDAY= : Pahofcee Mary Baker Eddy will include ,I Plumer who served as co-chairman and Mrs. George C. Young
the following (18:1-5): : Atone- for the club in directing the club's and Mrs. Ruth Wedgworth of Belle i
k',, 7:30 p. m.-Prayer-Meeting .
M. Wendell Hatnlla, hear ment is the exemplification of activities in the assistance givento Glade were among those present ata

f SUNDAY- : man's unity with God; wherebyman the fund-raising drive of ,the banquet held in Miami at the
::, St. Peter's Lutheran I 10 a. m.-Sunday School reflects divine Truth Life, i American Cancer Society. Club Dupont Plaza ,hotel honoring the

Church Belle Glade 11,,a. m.Worship Service and Love.Jesus of Nazareth taught I members will again assist the tech- president of Colombia last night.
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: 9:45 A. M.-Sunday School TUESDAY:
11:00 A M.-Morning Worship 7:00 p.'m.-Vesper Choir prac- SALES and SERVICE
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10:00: a. m. Sunday School [4 a:
Wie Pahokee Church
11:00 a. .-Preaching Service
Of The Nazarene 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service

8:00: p. m.Tuesday-Mr. L. B._
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8:00 p. m. Thursday W. M. B. }L. 5 kw.iCtiis
Charles F. Crauswell. Pastor Everyone welcome. Special music r Fbw H4iF N ..

( Phone.7528, P., O.,Box 882 and singinsr.
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: Friday, April 15, 1960 .. The Brorgtedes, NewsJ; Coat Point;;Florida_ -_ __ __ __ '_' Page,Seven.

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NOTICE OF'INTENTION- FIVE, CIRCLES'..DlElvTThe --- I' experience meets this need.,, ,

i, TO REGISTER' FICTITIOUS, ". I five circles of the Pahokee 1 I Jerry ffiomas For "If elected I pledge to devote"

NAME Methodist Woman's Society of efforts to fair and equitable representation -

Notice Is hereby given that the Christian Service will hold their'! RepresentativeJerry :for'this county and'.its
,
undersigned, under the, provisions April meetings at homes of mem- citizens. '. e' if "'" ,

of Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, bers Monday. The Mary Martha i While Director of, the Securities

Acts of 1941, will register with the Circle will meet at the home of Thomas has announced he Commission, Thomas drafted

Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and Mrs. John Hatton, 10 ,a. m.; the is a candidate for the House of many of the administrative rules Mr. and Mrs. George W. Rashlef

for Palm Beach County, Florida, Margery Lair Circle, at the home Representatives in Group I on the and regulations under which the (Arlene Batchelor) of Belle Glade

of Publica- of Mrs. M. P. Holman 3:30 m.;i I Commission announce the birth of a son, George"Walter
.. upon receipt of proof p. demoratic ticket, having qualified presently operates. -
, the Mabel Simonson Circle at the Jr., at the Everglades
tion of this notice the fictitious 30 minutes before the, deadline
home of Mrs. H. M. McIntosh 3:30 I Memorial Hospital April 8. Mrs.
name, to-wit: : March 1 in Tallahassee. Officers Named ;'
ANN'S RESTAURANTunder I p. m.; the Gertrude Shirley Circle Thomas, born and educated in Ollie Batchelor of Pahokee is the
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which I am engaged in business at the home of Mrs. R.. C. Lan, S West Palm.Beach, served as DI- For Boy Scouts I I maternal grandmother.

at Pahokee, Florida. p. m.; and the Miriam Circle at the rector of the Florida Securities Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peaden

That the party interested in 1 said home of Mrs. Ellis Murphy with I Commission and at 25, was the On Thursday night. the boy (Nancy Bravaldo) of Pahokee announce '

business is as follows: Mrs. Ida Larrimore; co-hostess, 3 :I youngest securities administrator scout troop committee met at the the birth of a daughter,

GEORGAN WATSON. Owner p. m. ,I i'in the United States and Canada.He Tammie Louise, at the Everglade
\Yheeler Lud-
home of chairman
Memorial
i Pahokee, County ,of Palm Beach, has actively participated in Hospital, April 12. t
I Mr. and .Mrs. J. D. of the Palm Beach lam It,was election time and the
Florida, March 25, 1960. Boatwright, every project -
Firm Name: \Ann's Restaurant I I newlyweds who have been spend- Lions Club and presently serves nits registration of officers with the
Gulf.StreamCouncil.. The officers
r By Georgan Watson ing their honeymoon in Florida, board' of directors. In '1959 he

Pub.: March 25, April 1, 8,15,1960, I have returned ,tq Savannah, Ga., received the "Jaycee of the Month" elected were as follows: Chairman,

after a week's visit here with, his I award"-from the'West Palm Beach Wheeler Ludlam; Secretary, Mike

,( brother and sister-in-law= Mr. and i Jaycee.In Sanders; Committee appointments:
IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 'Vaiidegrift
were: Finance, Roy ,
Mrs. Walter Boatwright, announcing his decision
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IBRYANT'
l' OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR PALM I Thomas said:, Jr.; Advancement, Robert Simon-
,_ BEACH COUNTY.IN son; Troop equipment;,Robert Hat-
"RE: EAST SHORE DRAINAGE "Experienced representation and

OTIS PATTERSON CHANCERY NO.' 60C52S-E: DISTRICT- YEAR TAXES 1960 FOR THE I I I the know-how of,getting the job ,ton; Camping James 'BatchelorJ' ; .

Plaintiff .: ,"NOTICE IS HEREBY! GIVEN that in done in Tallahassee is important' Community Service, Hugo BoeJ: ,

-YS- accordance with the provisions of Chap- I ;Working in the capital for some Bus, Leo Maxwell; Bar-B-Que: ,
ABELL PATTERSON : ter 20694. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. Boe and Loren Meredith;
Hugo
Defendant : the Board of Supervisors of EAST I five years has been a tremendous .. Meet? Him In Person
NOTICE OF SUIT SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICT, a drain experience and'has provided valuable Publicity, Loren Meredith.{
TO ABELL PATTERsoN Address Unknown age district organized and existing Frday night the socialwill be
: under the Laws of Florida and embrac- friends in both the State Cab- PooL .At His Palm Beach County
You are hereby notified that Otis held at the Park The
ing lands within Palm Beach County, inet arid Legislature. City HeadquartersDatura
Patterson has filed a Bill Complaint, has caused to be I 4 4
hot
prepared a Budget requirements will bet dogs,
formal education the :
for and in
t against you divorce you are showing the Debt Service "My was
required to serve a copr.of rour.ansTert requirementsof buns 4 pepsicolas and 1 girL The St. West Palm Beach
the District and requirements of School of Government, so I now!
to the complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney the District for maintenance. operationand time is 6:30 P.M. See all scouts '
you APRIL 20
Tnadd Whldden; P. O. Box 393; administration have both the academic and on-
Pahokee.. Florida and file the original during and girls there.
November
ginning on the first day of the-job qualifications the citizensof your Open House 4:30 to 6,p. m.
answer In the office of the Clerk of the :
I960 and the The closing ceremony'oft a Boy
Circuit Court of Palm Beach County. ending on thirty-first this county deserve. .I \
Florida on or before the 2nd day of day of other October. 1961. Said Budget, "As a native of West Palm Scout Meeting is very sacred to a SEE HEM ONCHANNEL
among things shows the amountof
May. 1960 If fall so to do, Judg-
; you
Scout. The circle
Debt Service Tax the'amount boys forming a
ment by default will be taken against and Beach and the father of five children ,
you for the relief demanded In the of Maintenance Tax per acre' necessary I hands left over right with the 5
to um naturally anxious to as-
complaint. be levied upon the lands within said
.
DATED this 30th day of March. District for the'year 1960 sist in the establishment of a state scoutmaster giving the scoutmaster ,If
1960. "The said Budget 1* nov" on file and Boca Raton. benediction, which is like a APRIL, t
J. ALEX ARNETTE may be examined at the Office of the university at
Clerk of Circuit Court Secretary; of the District: at Canal Point. "A continued sound, economic prayer. Afterwards, the scoutmaster 6:20 p. 1\1.
(Circuit Court Seal) Florida. The Board of Supervisors of shakes the scouts hand to his
of state is
growth our iniportant,
East Shore Drainage District
By Thaddle P. Plant will meetat Hear
Bryant's Views On State
this
right continues around the
on
Deputy Clerk 11:00 o'clock A. M. on the 29th day and any discriminating tax that ,
Pub. April 1. 8. 15. and'22. 1960. of April 1960. at the Office of the Secretary I discourages this sound growth,. 'circle until it gets back to the Affairs.
Thadd Whidden of the District In Canal Point.
Attorney for Plaintiff Florida, for the purpose of hearing ob-j I such as the present intangible'personal scoutmaster who. then dismisses AGAIN ONAPRIL
P. O. Box 395 -- jections' and complaints with'respect property tax, should be cor the boys.
Pahokee. Florida the said Budget and for the purpose of Reported by 21
transacting such other business as may rected. ,
properly come before, said meeting. "It is important that Palm Beach Wayne Ludlam.. 9 P. M. '
DATED this llth day of April..1960. .-- -
BY ORDER OP THE BOARD County receive its.;fair allocation
'GARDEN CLUB"MEET See a television report on Bryant's -
ATTEND .
Best QualifiedBy OF SUPERVISORS OF of/State'Road"funds, so as to pro- '
EAST SHORE DRAINAGE. visit to Palm Beach Junior -
A
feature of the Convention of
DISTRICTBY vide adequate road facilities for '
Far : W. C. OWEN President the industrial, agricultural and, the S ate Federation' of Garden College. TV cameras take you .

} Publish: April 15. 22. 1960." population growth our county is Clubs which is being held. in, Palm I direct to the college campus.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE encouraging and experiencing. Beach this week, was a lecture and
J
t FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,demonstration given by Mr. Con-
: OF'FLORID, IN'AND FOR PALM "Certainly, an equitable and fait'I
I BEACH COUNTY. reapportionment of representation: wayat the Royal Poindana Playhouse -

Yom.t OORINNB IN CHANCERY HOLLmOSWORTH.,C 499-D: / !I in the State Legislature is of primary -! Tuesday night entitled, "An .BRYANTFor

; ; Anticipation for Tomorrow. Garden
txM Plaintiff : importance."The -

: : vaOHNJHOLuNQSWORT'fr f ;' :. .. I I citizens'of Palm Beach Club,,members: from Pahokeeand -- -- --_ .,

: County are entitled to sound and i Canal Point attending were: GOVERNOR
NOTICE OF SUIT sensible Mrs. R. J. Sanders, Mrs. J. S. Chas-
TO: JOHN HOLLXNQSWORTH. Address representation. My successful -
'
,
:. Unknown; government and business"RE I tarn Mrs. Leo Maxwell, Mrs. M. I II
You are hereby notified that COrinne I C. Carter and Mrs Duke Tucker. I (Paid Political Adv.)
HoUlngsworth has fUed a Bill of Com-
plaint against,you for divorce. and you : PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT ,
are required to serve a copy of your TAXES'FOR THE YEAR 1960'NOTICE I I '- -- --------- -- -
answer to the complaint on the Plain IS HEREBY GIVEN\that 1* _
tiff's Attorney Thadtf,Whldden. P. O. accordance with the provisions of chap-I.
Box 395. Pahokee. Florida and file the ter 18042. Laws Of Florida Acts >>
original answer In the office of the]the Board of Supervisors of '
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Ffelm, DRAINAGE DISTRICT a drainage 37'1 New Business
Beach County. Florida, on or before the trict organized and existing under Brings
2nd day of May 1960; If you fall so to Laws of Florida and embracing
do Judgment by default will be taken within Palm Beach County, has caused ]r .
against you for the relief demanded in to be prepared a Budget showing the .
the complaint. Debt Service requirements of the District -
,Dated this 25th J. day ALEX of ARNETTEV March 1960. and for Maintenance.of the East Unit Operation of the District and-I I I Snow To The Glades

Clerk of, Circuit CourtCircnrt Administration during the year begin I
( -Court Seal) ning on the first day of November. 1960
By' Thaddle P. Plant and ending on the thirty-first day of I I I '
Deputy Clerk
October. 1961. Said Budget among other
Pub: April 1. 8. 15. and 22. 1960 things shows the amount of the East I II
Thadd WhIdden Unit Debt Service Tax. and the amount I
Attorney for Plaintiff of East Unit Maintenance Tax per acre
Box 395Pahokee necessary to be levied upon the lands
Florida within said District for the year 1960.

.. -.. "The said Budget Is now on fUe and Y 'e C
may be examined at the Office of the
Secretary of the District at Canal Point.
Florida. The Board of Supervisors of
Pahokee Drainage District will meet at
10:30 o'clock A. M. on th 29th day of -N-;
Citizens Palm Beach Co.Did April 1960. at the,Office of the Secretary -
of of the District In Canal Point.
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Florida for the purpose' of hearing pbjectlons -
and complaints with respect
to the said Budget and for the purposeof
knoW that the Honorable Ralph transacting such other business as
you may property come before said meeting. ,
this 11th of 1960.>>
"DATED, day April
( Blank Jr. ,While acting as your 'represent BY ORDER OF THE BOARD
OF SUPERVISORS OF

ative Voted, "YES" on- PAHOKEE DISTRICTBY DRAINAGE tT T

: W. C. OWEN President
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t I 1. The Bill increasing our Intangible 'and ,;Personal Property Publish: April'15. 22. 1960.

Taxes. RE: PELICAN LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE
ra -
DISTRICT TAXES FOR THE
2. The Re-Apportionment Amendment which was so unfair to YEAR 1960
-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
at the
defeated
our County and which so thoroughly
you the Board of Supervisors of PELICAN
polls. LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE DISTRICT a
drainage district organized and existing
THE under the Laws of Florida and-embracing -
RECORD SPEAKS lands within Palm Beach
Budget
has caused to be prepared. a
FOR ITSELF showing the Unit No. 1. Debt Service
i r and the General Debt Service requirements Girls left to Hitchcock Yvonne Samilee
right: Patsy ,Thompson,
t of the District and the requU'ements -
Elect DeWitt'Upthegrove of the District for maintenance LanhamLadora Crosby, Marjorie Hunt, Glenda, Sears '
administration durina
1 Y the pearand on the first day of
November. 1960 land ending on the Announcementis
thirty-first day of October. 1961.
"The said Budget Is now on file and

may Secretary be examined of the District at the at Office Canal of Point.the made of the opening of the new Flakice RibbonIce

Florida. The Board of Supervisors of
h\ : Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District Plant.. Bunker ice and top ice will be availablefor
f I I will meet at 11:30 o'clock: A. M. on the

The FI 129th day of April 1960. at the Office of produce 24,hours day.Crown .
Peoples Candidate [the Secretary of the District In Canal per
i Point. Florida for the purpose of,hearIng :
objections and complaints with re-
erect to the said Budget and for the
For SENATOR I purpose of transacting such other business Ice

I m;acting.as may properly come before said Company 1

DATED t' '- Itth day of April. 190. .

Pull ,, BY ORDER OF THE BOARD
Lever 24APaidPoliticahAdverti
'OP STTPERVISORS OP
PLAN LAKE SUB- 441 Highway Canal Point Fla. !i
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} : Treasurer) .' DRAIN\HE! 'JWmilOT I _., ,F
( g.tiY JUie.Campaign: BY:' W.COWENTPresldentPubll

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[ x PALM BEACH COUNTY CANDIDATES I Irr4 Cleary Bros. Get j rt ,

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AND THEIR OPPONENTS
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died from lack of a second.It .
;; Clerk Of The Circuit'Court: was voted to rent an insecticide

i}t. J. Alex Arnette, Horace S. Miller. fogging machine for the con
: trol of mosquitoes during the summer Charles DicksonFOR

1.:' Tax Assessor: David Stewart, Lake Lytal. toward months the, total the rent cost paid of to$1,996 apply ,

'. Edgar W. Maxwell. should it be decided to purchasethe
? machine from the Southern ,
' Sheriff: John F. Kirk, 'Hugh Brown. Mill Creek Products Co., through -
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M. P. Holman, local agent. .
County'Judge: Paul T. Douglas, Grover Cleveland The Council authorized the erection -
I of speed limit and stop signsin :
Herring, John E. Born the Vetville residential sectionin Chief of Police
response to a petition signed by ,
f' County Solicitor: Joel T. Daves, John R. Hiatt. Vetville residents requesting actionto
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curb speeding on their streets,
\ Supervisor of Registration: : Ronald E. 'Tup- with Carroll Parker acting as

'I.:: pen, J. E. "Ned" ,Hardwick, H. E.. Beasley. presentation spokesman of the the petition.group in the 3 YEARS EXPERIENCE

James R. Smith. .: 'Mayor Parrish appointed Joe 'I{. S. Marine Corps Military Police
\ Alderman Lewis Friend and Wiley .

\ County Commissioner;District 1: Tills study. on Federal special Housing committee Act No.to -

Kenneth P. Foster, Edward Nelson. 221 which provides for low rent YOUR VOTE AND, SUPPORTWILL '
interest loans for certain types of

f' 4 County Commissioner, District 3:. .:f- construction to replace buildings BE APPRECIATED
destroyed by disasters slum clearance
Roy E. Michael, Jr., Leamon Andrews. II I programs and the like. Mayor
I
Parrish will serve as liason man
'School Board, District 2:' John L. Remsen, between the committee and the May3,1960-
.
Alton R. Williams. council.A
.
-' / resolution was passed favor-

School Board, District 4: Henry 0. Earwood. ing the State activation University of at a fouryearterm Boca Raton (Paid Political Adv.)

' Milton 0. Carpenter. where the State now holds title ,
jJE fta ai vgja i I t
'" to 1,200 acres of land. The applica-
\ Candidates' for State Senator are: tion of Frank Brady for the erec-

Ralph_Blank, Jr., DeWitt Upthegrove,-Fred- tion top of a of short-wave the North radio Lake antennaon Avenue Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Carpenter i Calvin Spooner has entered the

erick Hope. water tower was denied. will have as guests through the Duke Clinic at Durham, N. c., for
During the meeting a hearing I Easter weekend their son-in-law a physical, check-up. He waa accompanied
House of Representatives: was held on the proposed re-zoning and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dan: to Durham by his wife
I of a plot of land owned by G. T. Borgnaes,of Tallahassee. and Mrs. Melvin Spooner.
Group 1: Harvey E. Oyer, Jr., Zell H.. Altman Murphy- on Barfield Highway from
R2 (residential) and (Agricultural -
and Robert Day. ) to 12 (industrial). With no t ( t't I t 11 t : : t,t : t II t t tIt t t t t t t t % : t t t tIt t t tIll l I I i III

Group 2: Emmett S. Roberts, Robert Eaves. one appearing in protest, the re-I
zoning was authorized.
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City Manager Vote- Party In HonorOf STUDY BOOK OF ROMANS I .
R I NC E LAKE DRIVE-IN
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(continued from page 1) Mrs. R. W. Bowers cle, Pahokee Baptist Cir-I
Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Missionary Society,, jit the -
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him to run again. He will be opposed
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips entertained meeting at the home of Mrs. C. L.I I
Duncan and Car- --
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their study of the Book of Romans ONDAy-TUESD
Other candidates seeking office and picnic grounds with an out- SUtVDAg: W.
under of SUNDAY MONDAY-TUESDAY '
the leadership Mrs. Har-
will be Patsy Batchelor (incum- :door party and barbecue I APRIL 171lb
supper ,
ris Folds. Mrs. C. R. Wetherington
bent), for city-: clerk Charles honoring her aunt, :Mrs. R. W. chairman, presided at the business 17-18-19 ?'' _
(Sonny) Brown (incumbent} and \_ RCULES r
Bowers of and cousins, session. It was'announced Mrs. M.
Joe Thompson for councilman 9rlando .. "UL
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2;' Owen Todd, for councilman, Mrs. Phillips parents, Dr. _
3. Miss Wynette Sheffield of Orlando PETER PALMER -AU5O -
group .I- and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong, and I is spending the Easter weekend .
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