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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 22, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 32615395
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System ID: UF00079910:00017
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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April 22,1960 PUBLISHED WE J.y IN CANAL POINT BY P. D

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Lions Governor (OnVisitToPahokee Local Youth In Annual Boy Scout Easter, Egg Hunt 4-H: Clubbers Gin;

1 u. S. Marine Corps Social OiuFrklay Royal Palm School

Program For Lions
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. The annual i bey scout social was Members of the Beta Sigma Phi ,

t Marine Pvt. Richard. Dixon, son held on Friday night at the City Sorority entertained the children
1 Fred Monahan of Fort Pierce, of Mrs. Hattie Dixon of Canal Park. Approximately 75 scouts and a t Pahokee Royal Palm School for Canal Point 4-H Club members,

:(: governor of Lions District ,35-S, Point, I;la., departed Camp Pen- their dates attended. Swimmingwas Exceptional, Children with Easter together, with ,their leaders, .presented -
r ,paid an 'official visit to the Paho- dleton, Calif., April 1 aboard the kinda chilly but mosteveryonejoined parties and egg hunts Thursday the program at the weekly
: kee Lions Club at the Tuesday transport USS Mitchell with the in the fun. Afterwards .a afternoon of last week, with Mrs.
t luncheon meeting. In his address to First. Battalion, Seventh Marine brief scout ceremony was held, "Al Beverly, general chairman of dinner meeting of the Canal Point

I club members the district.governor Regiment, bound for a 14-month I hen hot dogs ,were roasted, which the project, in charge of arrange Lions Club.
It., reported on the progress ,made tour of duty on Okinawa. I were served with the-trimniingsofbaked ments. Mrs. Elizabeth Pierce, assist:int

r in club activities within his district T&e>!arine3, known as the SixthTraasplaceraeiit II beans bole slaw, potato The party for the older group of County home demonstraiton agent,

r during the past year.. Following Unit, will relieve I chips pepsicolfs, marshmellows, children in Mrs. Ralph Grimes' ,I and John Causey, assistant County 4-H
direct
i the luncheon he met with the the First Tranplacement; Unit, as I donuts and cak|. Then we ,had a school room was held on the lawnat agricultural agent, who
club's board of directors and heard directed by the Corps' new unit i play period when the girls joined the school grounds, while the activities in the Glades area ex-
4-H Club work the
) activity reports of ,chairmen of rotation system, adopted in 1959. i in ,some of our scout games. The younger Pupils had thier party at plained on
introduced the
and
standing committees and plans" fort The- established system provides I party ended with a bus ride home the home of Mrs. Ralph Myers. I County level
Canal Point Club members.
the future. for a rotation of battalions be- !on "Lizzie No. :2". Those assisting Prizes were awarded to. children in
: It was ,announced the Pahokeeclub ween the First Marine Division at Scoutmaster Mims and Carver both I Janette Harrington, president of

t:' will elect a .new-slate of>> officers -, Camp Pendldton, ,and the Third were Mrs, Robert Simonson, Mrs. age groups. ,the 4-H County Council, explained
of all of the
Members three
the of the council and
reviewed -
&' at the April 26th.}meeting; Marine.. Division on Okinawa. Wheeler Ludlam, Mrs. Roy Vande- chapters of Beta Sigma Phi actedas purpose its activities the
during
also that a district meeting will beheld ;-:- grift, Jr., and Mrs. Ed Carver. A
r hostesses during the serving of Chastain and
b in Belle Glade April 24, with Safvatore good time was had by all. past year. Lyndell
Against refreshments.
of the dutiesof
Hazel Sheppard spoke
r all Lions and their wives within A board of review was held :on: '
the district, invited_ to attend City Manager Monday night for advancement in junior leadership. Nancy Har-
ranks or to obtain merit badges.. Mayor Dick Parrish rington gave an entomologicaldemonstration
'" Pahokee ,40-year: resident Car- The following boys attended: John of'the collection and
Folk EeUval To
Asks ReEelectionFor
r men Salvatore in announcing nis Cook, David Beede Joe Graham, mounting of insects native to the

:; Folk.. Festival To candidacy, for Mayor of Pahokeehas Jim Tyson, Billy 'Boe, Eugene Glades area. Joan Parker and E< ?-. ',
: --, taken a definite stand ;against Cooper Dorsey Thompson' and a c courteous and i abeth Gist demonstrated the:iv:__ y'.
progressive city government, :Mayor : er1 of cutting and wrapping of
way
;. WHITE SPRINGS-- There will employment of a city manager in Wayne Ludlam. Did you ever wonder -
F. S. "Dick" Parrish of Paho- sandwiches for lunches. Teddy
picnic
that city.. Mr. Salvatore said: "I board of
what at a
i.,.. be..a pleasant Georgia..flavor to the honestly! believe,'that city officials review? Well happens,' you spend 25c, for a kee Says 'to the voters there that McCall. gave a report qn his 4-H .

;-- three-day Florida Folk Festival at eJected ;to, office, can! operate the book on a merit badge of your they should re-elect him to that of- project, the raising of cattle.Mr's. .

t,. the Stephen:Foster 'Memorial here city efficiently and economicallyinder choice, then you study like mad for fice. He states further that the Gladys Harrington,. member -

/ .!' May'6'-7-$, according to Thelraa\A. the"present se -up if they sometimes, months You get your ,support of the citizens and taxpayers. *- of the Canal Point School faculty -
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.,., r- t 1, Boltin, special,.'$v" djceytorA/ bvt11 1..aJ1lfl y e *&nd.1. S altri ,badge W'\1 cattgn 'AgBed'bY .\J1:1ie'; sincerely appreciated. :"" and- leader of the Canal Point
-b!, ['intisie--ue-l- hegduttes of.':theoffice:: 'they-seek.' your coueio"'aridttlten"t fcomes"the' -,Mayor ParrisSr ':pointed .to--hIg' glrt,fc 4-H:, Clubeplained: -: 'the .. "J I

f; on the'Suwannee .River. Therefore, :I am against employment toard.review.' TTou dress up in your reco.rd"of: accomplishments ,dutiesof' local 4-H leadership.
, "Participants will' come from at ,of a city manager. Uniform and nope;the board,which the years'he has served,the'citizens President: James Gibson presidedat

least six or seven Georgia communities The mayoralty candidate pointed is made,up 6f troop committeemen of Pahokee and is asking, reelection the meeting. A. R. Harringtonwas
- to sing dance, tell folk ; to his.more than 20 years of I will ask you the questions from the on the basis of his record. in charge fb program arrange-

t tales or perform in other ways," I IJ" public service in asking voters to : book that you have studied If you "1 want the folks of, Pahokee to ments. to ....

:Miss Boltin said. "We are always!1 consider his candidacy for the I pass, in about a. couple of weeks know that I sincerely appreciate 4.. ..
to have these neighbors He out the splendid cooperation'I'have received **-
: Georgia
',' glad city's highest job. pointed you get your award and if not you
-' with us, because our two that he had served 16,years on the study some more and come next from them during the yearsI Rehearsals !

: states have much in ,common, including sChool board and nine,years on'the board...review you are there agein have been in office. I earnestly Senior Class Play '
I the Suwannee River, which He solicit consideration of my candidacy ,
promised
I drainage district and have another try at it. -
', rises in the Okefenokee Swamp." courteous:and efficient administration of re-election and assure Pa-
The flag sale being put on by
dres for the
The final rehearsals
I hokee citizens that I shall continueto
; The colorful event is staged of the Mayor's duties if elect- the troop began on Saturday. To
Pahokee School Senior Class
High
every May durinsr-.---....' National- --- ,}.{usicIf ed to that office.. all thosewho have bought flagswe serve them in a manner" of play. "Girl Crazy," will be held
which they will all be proud.
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Week on shady knoll overlooking to
thank as well as
say you :Tuesday and Wednesday. The
\ the historic Suwannee which Step- Amateur, Show those who will purchase flags ata / three-act western comedy, being
hen Foster made famous with his Girl Scouts Take
later date. We appreciate most
directed by Robert Hoffman, will
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T' classic "Old Folks at Home.' By Youth: Group kindly the courtesy you have Look At Aid Course be presented in the high school
More than thousand participants ,
;; \ shown us and even if you don't buy auditorium at 8 p. m., April 28 and
: will come from dozens of Members, of the Pahokee Inter- -
t one we appreciate the time you \ 29, with an admission one dollar
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cities, towns and communities. mediate Methodist Youth Fellow- sales Members of Pahokee Girl Scout
gave us to give you our for adults and 50 cents for child-
throughout Florida,, Miss Boltin ship at a meeting at the home of speech. Troop 38 at the Weekly meeting

said. There will be folk dancers, Mrs. Walter Lowe, counselor vot- Reported by Wednesday night reviewed the 12- ren.The
of 17 Seniors includes
cast
square dancers and school groups ed, .to sponsor: an amateur show, Wayne .Ludlam. 'week American Red Cross first aid\
Smith Watson
performing!heir rope skipping and featuring'local talent; the show to .. course they have been studying andtook Johnny Roger
Johnny Young, Wayne Wagnon,
singing games. Music and rhythm be..presented in the social hall of their final examination. Manyof

".- .. will, come from the,_dulcimer, -theharmonica.'banjo the church May 23. at 8 p. m. Proseeds Special Sunday .. the first aid techniques learned" Jimmy Maxwell,Aim Jackson Junior Dias Samilee, Jerry -

'"".... ....1 ; .1 IrishharpJew's .from the ,show,will .go toward Nazarene Service : i In the course proved valuable to Spires. ', 1
and straw beaters send .. .- the Scouts' in. their badge work, Lanham BUzanMorgan., Penny
-tiT harp,.quill blowers meeting the.expense of ..--..:- Sasser Peggy McElhenny, Kay
,
:--.rt ,;as,well as .from more conventional ing local delegates to the Christ Pahoke Nazarene Church will, according to Elaine. Salvatore, '
Wilson, Sue Chastain
Hughes, Kathy
i;: /.'..' instruments such-as" the fid- : ian .Adventure' Week at the Methodist have a special.Sunday Service with troop: reporter. Blanchard
Branch and Kyle
;t -. ': 1 die,,.guitar and mandolin.! A whip :- 'Youth 1 'Camp near Leesburg., the Skyhners-Quartet:: from the Final plans were made ,by ,the Scott.,. -; '" I

"'". t' cracker and,a ,water witcher will I MTs.' ,Lowe and Mrs. Lloyd Hund Prinston' Nazarene" Church near troop to participate In the Girl i

ti,::: :*. add zest to the varied programs. ley, also a counselor,, will, assist. Miami..The Quartet is composed of Scout Camporee to be held on the & I
which are scheduled during the the group in the production. 15 old Christian boys. Lake Okeechobee levee at Pahokee ;
year Gordon HillierContract P.
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week-end. They will be accompanied at the Friday for- Scouts of the Glades ,

:Many national and racial groups Bad Checks Costs piano by a 15 year old lad. area. .. Mail 'Carrier !
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will be seen and heard,' including Andrew Benson, who has coached -

group of Seminole Indians from Merchants Millions and helped these boys with their, Pastor's Brother < Gordon Hillier of Pahokee is the

deep in the Everglades, 'and a -. Services will
singing for Christian new contract mail carrier in the
Creek from Oklahoma.., Miss Boltin JACKSONVILLEDirectors of accompany the boys on their trip Dies In GeorgiaRev. Glades-carrying the mail between

said. ... the Florida Retail Federation of here. Lunch,wil be served on the Belle G1a 14 d Canal Point and +
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the Florida State Chamber of Com- grounds following the Sunday Ser] wart of Canal on Star >Route to Port Mayaca. On .:

": Cane Harvest IsSunday mercec have established a committee vice. Point was notified Monday of his trip between Belle Glade and,
to draft a program to combat the death of a brother Jacob G. Canal Point he serves Pahokee.

; :-, Closing losses resulting from bad checks, i McClelland Loses Stewart of Sylvester, C&u, who died Pelican Lake.... .and Bryant.

shoplifting and ,other forms of: in an Albany, Ga., hospital following --,.-. .... ..
The cane harvesting season of theft. His,Last BrotherMr. an operation. He was 79 years -
the U. S. Sugar Corp., is scheduled The group, headed by Jii\ Me- old. The funeral was held Wednes RETuRNS JO ALABAMAMrs.

''>' to close on Sunday, April 24.. Several couch of Tampa, was asked to rePort : and Mrs. L. V. McClelland day and=riatwas in Poulan, Ga. Inez:Sheppard has returnedto
,- acres of cane were lost in the at the board's next quarterly attended the funeral of his brother, The Rev. Stewart of Canal Point Roanoke,. Ala., after a week's

cold weather but reports from the meeting July 8.. Also on the com- Theron, (Bud) in Fort Lauderdaleon was in attendance. ;%' visit with her -son and daughter-

head office are to the effect that mittee are Thor B. Behren of Miami Wednesday of this week. He in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sheppard -
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this has been an unusually good and Colby Armstrong of Tarn was known to many Glades folks Rosoce Williams of Homestead at Canal Point. The Shep-
season for the sugar company. because he lived in Belle Glade several spent Easter in Pahokee with his pards also had as guests throughthe

.. pa.The committee members esti years ago and was associatedwith wife who is employed for the season Easter holidays; their daughter
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Mrs. James Miller'visiting her mated Florida merchants would Alfar Creamy Company. Mr. at Vann's Packing House, and Miss Helen Sheppard' and

soninlaW.and daughter, Mr. and lose an average of one per cent of and Mrs. L. V McClelland live in with his sonxin-Iaw and daughter Dennis DeLon, both, :students! at

Mrs. Lou Lombard and granddaughter their $13 billion sales volume to Canal Point and he lost two other Mr. and Mrs. George Mills and Florida State ,University. ,-,' -Talla

Lisa, in Miami this weed theft. of one kind or" another. brothers in World War n. family. hassee. *\' ,;n .
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.': ; WHEREAS, the number of auto- tfc'jW.. R. (BUSTER) .
r mobile fatalities in Palm Beach "
(; County during the first months of

r-1,,.\ \ 1960 has reached the.frightening HANCOCK ,
figure of 43 to this date and ,

: .._ r WHEREAS, there ,is,.,a dir a.,need: THE ONLY FULLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATE :
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for additional Florida Highway c "
, Patrol Troopers'to help curb- this FOR COMMISSIONER' OF ,f
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i- needless waste of life in. Palm
f. <' AGIUCLILTURE :
iI Beach County.THEREFORE. .' ., i .. ,:
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BE IT RESOLVED
I't. Services to AgHcttlfure '..t:
that the Pahokee Rotary Club > ..
" support the efforts of the Law Enforcement Florida

The Rardin Building In Canal 'Point Florida and agencies, of Palm Beach RESIDENT made ._., :
; County Florida; Agricultural Council (Council up+ b /
.. BE ,IT .FURTHER ,.RESOLVED, ,..9f*the 36 .State Agricultural Organizations) : .9 = -
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF that State Highway Patrol ,Di MEMBER AND'SECRETARY '-
'rector,. H. N.. Kirchman; be askedto : ....: Agricultural, Services Committee (Helped. Plan' .
THE EVERGLADES additional -in .., _Reorganization of Department c f... Agriculture! 1- ,,,'.,,
place troopers '
NEWS.
.. Chosen Main of the Year in Agriculture By Progressive
h Beach in the im- ,,
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County "* .
Paling! rFOT'e Mogaine1955' 11Recelv&T -t-
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Serngthe Lake. 9keehobegamtnRgionWthqut: medjatq; > ure"'w* I r \ .Florr 30.- .teStpte Veterinary Medico) Association..,} ";',
,. Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years I The above resolution was ado Distinguished Service Award 1959 -
Received the Agricultural Outstanding Service Award,. .
Established March 11, 1924 -' Published Every FridaySubscription ed ,unanimously by the t-I '
...... ... Club Florida Agricultural Council 1958
i Price_$2tOO Year In Advance ,I ing Rotary, April 14, at 1960.Its. regular" me State* .Farmers?,. Degree; in the Future__ .' Formers_ f m.of SS...America. ..*SS ",.<''.;:"
!' SUBJECT TO MAY 3RD DEMOCRATIC 'PRIMARY ',- ','f'
The Everglades News Is.Entered at toe Post Office .Signed5; 4 .! ,;..
In Canal Point, Florida as Second Class1 .,
/ Secretary Pahokee .. ..... -: --
Paul Rardin Owner, ,Editor, Publisher Rotary Club.: : y

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Mrs. Tucker Named I Family Reunion Chapter Meeting.a. 5 1 __ t ,-.
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Head'Of SororityMrs. At J. Sapp HomeMr. At Salvatore ,Home ",


Joan Tucker was elected and Mrs. M. J. Sapp entertained Mrs. W. A. -Cross, Jr., was hostess ?) t

new president of the Xi Alpha Mil at their home in Canal Dt to members of the Beta Omicron ,

Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority with a dinner and family reunion, Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi So- ."", .
at the annual election of officers honoring her mother Mrs. Ida Gar- rority, at a meeting at her home '

held at the home of :Mrs. Cornelia rett, of Nocatee' Fla., and her with Mrs. Milton Salvatore, vice \ L j ,
< Chase. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and president: presiding. Mrs. Don Zac- j '
Mrs. J C. Garrett of Sacrari1ento.C cagnino, program chairman in-
Other officers elected were Mrs. *
li Other outoftown'guests troduced Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Jr.,
Helen Jean vice presi- l/t
Boynton Mrs. J. V. Thomas Jr., and Mrs. .
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were Mr. and Mrs. Neal Sheardln ;5 ,S
dent Mrs. Kay Sears, recording -"
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Mrs. Cornelia Chase, and Mrs. Ola Croy, all of Fort Og- Ralph O. Johnson who gave reviews c .
secretary:
den Mr. and Mrs. David Fedrick of currently popular books. : ) }:
corresponding secretary M r s. ; i
Dorothy Hillier, treasurer; Mrs. and children and Mr.,and Mrs. C. J.. __ I" ,. : 1:4;
Donna Plumer, delegate to the Fales; all of Homestead;; and Mr. ( DINNER PARTY k:5 ;
and Mrs. W. Johnson of Fort Laud- : : ,
and '. .'
Beta Phi council
city -
. / Sigma ; The home of Mr. and Mrs. James \ :- .
Mrs. Becky Howard, alternate dele- erdale. -s' ,
.. H. Wilson was the scene of a dinner -

gate.Miss Barbara Myatt,, Pahokee BABY SHOWERThe party and family reunion hon- .,',successful Farmer, Business Man, Educated in* I
High School librarian, presented a home of Mrs. J. L. McCall at oring her' mother, Mrs. Charles Florida Schools, B.S. in Agriculture, U: of Fla.>
program on ""Mexico."' .Canal Point was the scene Wednesday Moran, on her 73rd birthday anni Marine Veterdn, Family Man, Long Record **
.A. I evening of 'a baby shower, versary. Mrs. Wilson was assistedwith Selfless Service to Florida Agriculture. I IT
Mr and Mrs. J. W. Guthrie and 'complimenting Mrs. Bill Reeves of the entertainng by her three -C
daughter, Marg..Jf HIaleah wereguests 'I Pahokee. Hostesses were Mrs. Roberto sisters, .Mrs. Leon Spooner, Mrs.

of, his.parents, Mr. and :Mrs.!I Arrieta Mrs: J. L. McCall Stuckey.Perry Duke and Mrs. Adaline .. .. .. ,Paid for by W. o. Daley. .Campaign ..Tre ..... ..
Mills
Alton
I. S. Guthrie in Pahokee over the I'Mrs. Jack Bush, Mrs. I "
weekend. and'Miss Mary Ellen.Sims. ..' ', '- ..- ', !n
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. .- Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White were I
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. : .,. : check & family. in Miami Monday ner, at Lake;Worth over the week-i CHECK THE JOB. .
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REGISTER EASILY WITH BEASLEY .' t : c.a.Florida's .

,(Paid Political Advertisement) sweet corn crop will be "publicized nationwide"during CONNERCOMMISSIONER-- .-
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Glade. Miss Gove was named this week as Miss Everglades ,

Sweet Corn of 1960 by the Everglades'' Sweet' Corn Advisory AGRICULTUREFARMER_
Committee. '

y.: IT IS TIME FOB WuWflMnA .. ..
A CHANGE.. ...' .
Mrs. Fannie Todd BUSINESSMAN
THE PRESENT,CLERK OF THE '
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r CIRCUIT::; COURT HAS HELDTHAT Has 87th BirthdayMrs. 01. Adv.
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i .Fannie Todd of Canal Point, i'J .' '. '
t aar GOOD ,GOVERNMENT REQUIRES :pioneer Glades resident, celebratedher

'k A CHANGE IN ,ADMINISTRATION 87thbirthday at a dinner party
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Waddell (Vir-
and family reunion held at the Mrs. Mildred Schoeppel has as
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: : HORACE S. ginia Nicely), Pahokee, announcethe
home of her.son-in-law and daughter guests this week her daughter
MILLER HAS PROVEN BY HIS Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mizell, in Pa- birth of a daughter, Terry Mrs. Fred W. Moore, and grand-.
I Chris, April 17. of Miami.
- hokee. daughter, Lynn,
PAST RECORD THAT HE IS
: Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Martin
S. WELI/QUALIFIED AND HAS I Those attending were Mr. and (Jackie Collier), Canal .Point, an-
Mrs. R. P. Todd and Mr. and Mrs.
nounce the birth of a son, April 17,
THE EXPERIENCE NECESSARYTO Byron Todd and, daughter, Betty,
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Hooks (Mar-
all of Beach Mr., and Mrs.C. .
Delray
FILL THE OFFICE WHICH ;
garet Martin) announce the birth Your
M. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
HE' SEEKS. of a daughter, Sharon Gale, April
Todd, Mr.and Mrs. Earle Pitts and
Amanda, Mr ,and Mra. 13.Mr.
daughter
and Mrs. J. ,Ray Hatton ll
Earl Vann and children, Mrs. NolaB.
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VoteForHORACE (Betty Barwick) of Pahokee an-
. Smith, Mrs. Sally'Todd and Billy -
nounce the birth of a daughter at
all of Pahokee and Mrs.
Mosley ; Good Samaritan
Hospital April
..:: MILLER Kansas Todd of..Canal. .. Point. 19. Mrs. Ruth :Yarborough of Uma- Then SupportLAKELYTAL

: BACK TO CALIFORNIA tille is a house guest of the Hat-
tons while_ her niece is in the hospitaL -
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Garrett have

-'Per'- returned to their home in Sacramento -' ..m m-
I Calif., after a two weeks' .
I visit with his r brother-in-law and L. L. Shfrleys Visit

sister Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp, at Folks In Bartow
Clerk of the Circuit Court Canal Point. While they were here -
the Sapps entertained with a din- T'1 r'fF' .:
Mr.and Mrs. L. L. Shirley motored
ner ,and! family reunion, honoring
to Bartow the first of the week
f MAY 3rd PRIMARY LEVER 30-A also Mrs. Sapp'a mother, Mrs. Eda 'to take home their son and datighterinIaw -
Garrett, of Nocatee who was their ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
(Paid Political Advertisement) house guest for several days.
Shirley,and small son who were ins

car',accident while enroute to Pa-
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with his parents in Pahokee.
to' Their car was wrecked I when it

APAHOKEE RESIDENT FOR MORE THAN 40 YEARS skidded' and overturned" on a wet
pavement at Larado, Fla. Although -
thoroughly shaken up in
the'accident, all members of the

Carmen Salvatore Bobby injury.MISSION Shirley? family escaped serious -

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The children of the Canal Point FORTAX
-f SUBMITSHIS- CANDIDACY Methodist Church J have completed f .

their nine-week mission course' on

.. "Africa", which had'an enrollment
': Y for; MAYQR'tw -,.- of 30 and an a average attendance of : ASSESSOR
; 20 at the weekly classroom ses'
sions. At the close of the course SAD
'1 the children saw the Easter Kiddie .
; :Show at 'Pahokee HIgh'Schoo1. _By virtue.6f ,his knowledge of
....; And pledges coordination of all-.city, departments for efficiency' and. econo-' ., 'and'. tax problems
/- my. He offers the voters the benefit of more than.20 years governmental :and because of "experience!

experience. Nine years on the..' .drainage., disrictran',16. years on the.Palm Best Qualified' ;:gained.in ears of public'serviced
Beach County School Board?: : ':,
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Complete review of present as-

PROMISES: sessment roll to correct all in- ,
__ r'iFIII- equities.

I will not work for, receive. income from- or be indebted, to or own. '" stock in Adoption of'a standard and ac-

,any activity connected with' the City'or duties of Mayor, of,Pahokee... ; ceptable method of property
y tea ;. assessment a method everyone

AGAINST CITY MANAGER' :: can understand.

Understanding and courteous ,

I am against a City Manager for Pahokee because. I believe: that city officials approach to problems faced by l
all owners taxable property.
when elected to office should fully execute the.duties of their,office thereby 1 ;

doing away with the need for a City Manager. Elect a tax assessor who appreciates '' :
I the importance of

property ownership to the development -
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I < : Upthegrove April MeetingsThe jforA

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Methodist Woman's "
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Christian Service held their April
:.; i State Senator meetings at homes of members

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Monday. I f I
" The Margery Lair Circle, meet-
POPULATION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY IN 1910VAS 61,723 ing at the home of Mrs. M. P. Hol*
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: man, voted a WSCS life member- af
ship to a local youth. Mrs. C. A.
EXPERIENCED AND QUALIFIED WITH 15 YEARS
Major presented a program on
i... SUPERVISOR; I'REGISTRATION Town and Country." Mrs. Holman

> \ HONEST AGGRESSIVE gave the devotionals and Mrs. H.
J. Anderson presided at the busi- %
ELECT THE PEOPLES CANDIDATE ness.Mrs. ,;
f / G. W. Byrd spokfe on "Mis
sionary Work Among the Cherokee

". We Must Prepare .For Indians" at the meeting of the
Mabel Simonson Circle at the home
. '. EDUCATION Schools adequate h > { 'F of Mrs. R. W. Sanders. Mrs. Arch
the growth of our State Blakey, chairman, presided and
ROADS and safety on our highways gave the devotionals which ended
Raising Homestead Exemption for our with all Joining in a Cherokee religious -
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retired People;;; "Security for dis chant.

abled., .. : Jt'a r.'aXYv' 5k: "Peace of Mind" was the subjectof
Memorial Cemetery for our deceased A'Y. MJ the program presented by Mrs. *'
veterans.k. Frances Whit side at the meeting ,
,. RECREATION Public Areas for of the Gertrude Shirley Circle at -,: S:

Pleasure and Safety. t; the home of Mrs. R. C. Lane. Mrs. _

Help to your Farmers.CONSERVATION L..L. Shirley, chairman, presided at
--t Forestry, Wild-.a. the business.
life, And a set-up. ,to halt Water Arrangements were made by the I

Polutlon. 'NONSENSE V- Mary Martha Circle to present L

LESS WSCS life membership to a local F
MORE HORSE-SENSE
infant at the.meeting at the homeof

Mrs. John Hatton, with Mrs.

DeWITT 'UPTHEGROVE Lloyd Hundley presiding. Mrs. J. T.
Boynton spoke on""Great Religionsof ( ;

your:;StateVJSenator.and bring to the People a down to.earth understanding the W orIeL"Mrs.
of their GOVERNMENT. Ernest Maxwell, chairman, it
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; presided at the meeting of the Miriam F
Vote.for'Ability and IntegrityVotev'forvtbe
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t" Circle at the home of Mrs.
: -Satisfaction that comes with Achievement and- Ellis Murphy. The program, "The
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Vote for beWITT UPTHEGROVE The man you know with a Mrs. R. F. Hurt. A floral commit-
PROGRESSIVE RECORD. tee was named by Mrs Maxwell to < -1
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A man.'i.'who will dcvotehis: full time getting i the job done. place flowers in the church during
". .. May. .Special recognition for per. .z _
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feet attendance was given to Mrs.
Pull Lever 24A For' Continued Progress Clare Hall, Mrs. ,J. W .Vann and
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and their' son arid daughterinlaw -
MARRIED GEORGIA HOME ON LEAVE Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Schroder,
Mrs. Marjorie Tucker and W. W. Gerald Phillips, who has completed and daughter, Tanya, were dinner
Smith, both of Pahokee, were'mar- his basic training In the U. guests on Easter Sunday of R. J.
ried April 12 at Folkston, Ga. S. Army at Fort Jackson, S. C., is Schroder's sister-in- aw, Mrs. Hel-
1h home on spending a 12-day-leave in Pahokee
They are making en Schroder..** '; i"
Cypress Ave., Pahokee. Mr. 'SmithIs :ari ting his mother, Mrs. Albert 6 .. .1 ._4,.
an employee the Glades State J i'Phillips. Following his visit here ----- -'- --- ---y
Prison. Farm. I,he will enroll in the Quartermasters' S ,
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DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
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The following.registrants are instructed Mr.. and Mrs. F. A. Wilson of MI- .. : .,
to report their change of ami, accompanied by Judy Borland ? Nt!
address to Local Board No. 148 of Fort Pierce; spent the Easter

Belle Glade, ,Florida: Forest Reed; weekend at Canal Point visitingMr. .. ..' ? ,' .
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Robert Lee Wilson' ; Samuel Law and Mrs. F. M. Wilson and Mr. 3tAY.r : ; : ; ; 4''u

rence Shaw. and Mrs..Jack Wilson. "
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is supported by'a variety of good soil types and
a moderate climate Timber plays an important role in T :
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Miss Julia Mathis president of '
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PERSONAL ional ,Woman's Club, is 3rd d:
I i NEWS NOTES:J t a patientat '

the this Everglades week. Memorial Hospital KIRK

-., ,, u Mrs. Judy Sapp of Canal Point, JOHNSheriff
,Charles Stewart has returned to Mrs. L. W.Armstrong, in Pahokee. immediate past matron of Pahokee
Swainsboro, .Ga:,,.after,a visit with They were accompanied as far as Chapter 184, Order of Eastren Star
his parents, the, ,Rev and Mrs. Orlando by another cousin. Mrs. R. was installed grand instructor for
Charles D, Stewart, at Canal Point. W Bowers, who returned to her District 18 at the annual meetingof Fir Honest '
Mr:, and .Mrs. H. M. Mcintosh home there after a visit with her the Florida OES Grand Chapter ..
had as guests through the Easter brother-in-law and sister, :Pr. and tn Tampa. Other members of .the'ahokee Proven Y'
weekend their daughter, Miss An- Mrs. Armstrong.Mr. chapter who attended the Courteous
nette McIntosh, and son, Kenrett I and Mrs. A. D. Beverly had Tampa meeting were Mrs. Ruth Effective
McIntosh, both students at Florida as guests through the Easter hol- Meredith and Mrs. Clara Nix of k Aggressive .
State University.The I idays their son Don Beverly, law Pahokee and Mrs. Edna Barrett of Capable \ I
younger children of the student at the University 'f Florida Canal Points,
Canal Point :Methodist Church Gainesville, and his 'wife! and David Cunningham and his sister Impartial Qualified
school enjoyed an Easter party and another son and daughter-in-law, Miss Judy Cunningham, both'
Law
egg hunt at the Glades CommunityPark Mr. and Mrs. Max Beverly, both s (idents at Palm Beach Junior Experienced .
Saturday afternoon. Mrs. E. students at Wake Forest College, College, spent the Easter holidays Enforcement :
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F. Hollon was in charge of' ar-,' Winston,Salem, N. C. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ; '
rangements.Mrs. Mrs. Joshua Seaver of Rome, N. D. W. Cunningham, in Pahokee. For ACTION
S. W. Roberts is visiting Y., spent the Easter holidays in Miss Mabel Fletcher of Miami .
her mother, Mrs.. Mary McArtt+ur, Pahokee visiting her'husband whois spent Easter with her parents, Mr.I not Promises.<.
and other relatives at Slocomb, a member of the Pahokee School and Mrs. R. P. Fletcher,. in Pa- < i
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Ala. faculty. hokee. KEEP KIRK SHERIFF! 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nix of Col- Ralph Maxwell returned this The Rev. and Mrs. A. D. Houg- <
JToar Tote and Wilt Be. AppreciatedAuthor.ed
,quitt, Ga., have returned home week to Pahokee from the Florida tin, former Pahoke'residents now Support'
and TtU tag b7 Campal Treasurer
,after a ,month's visit with their West.Coast where he has been residing living in Danla, were dinner guestsof
son-in-law and daughters Mr. and for the past three months. the Pahokee Methodist: Men's
,Mrs. Billy Sheffield,'sand family" in Mrs.: B. Crosby, former Pahokee -. Club at their ladies night meeting ,

Pahokee. resident who making her Tuesday night. PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS, .
Mr. and ;Mrs. ,Henry Ridenour home with her son and Daughter-
.have returned to their home in -in-law.- -- -Mr.--. and Mrs. Louis Crosby..
Indianapolis, :Ind., ,after a 10-day in Atlanta, Ga., is recuperatingfrom .
,vi .it,.with their cousin, Dr. and surgery performed recently
man, Atlanta hospital. *
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sganga and ED MAXWELL
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J'S- children of.New Symrna Beach ar-
rived in Canal Point this week fora TAX ASSESSOR
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'i Accomplishment, visit with her parents, Mr. and -
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Mrs. Frank O'Connell. Mrs. Sgan PALM BEACH
.'. : not autJiorshiptri. ga ':and'Children are staying with
The ONLY t with
'/ her parents while Mr. Sganga is Gate COUNTY
.:,:,' .. "t/don't:;. care WHO 'attending the meeting of the Florida a background of practical

Educational Association. in Mi- and successful experience in
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and Mr: Elvin Perry and
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c '. it benefits theT' also had as guest through the Ease
t -4 .' : er holidays their daughter Miss policies &: practices according ; .

r>. J'peopfepFlorida." : '- Jean Brown, 'student at the Uni- to our laws. ,; 44 'j
versity of Florida.
F If' Mr. and Mrs N. R. Lemonds :4
f had as guests through the Easter "
weekend her brother-in-law and 1 r y
rw sister Mr. .and:"Mrs. Edward Dick, SEE AND HEAR ,\ wX ;
.of'Greensboro,N.' .-The}-were ao:' "
companied here by Mrs. Lemonds' ED MAXWELL 1

mother Mrs S. B. ,TrpgdqiV of ..-." __ _. .____---:- -'_ ;. .}..-l4',,,:... \..- ,....... :j''':7' ,
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( Pahokee for an extended visit cf.ewi r DT
with her daughter and family.Mr. MONDAY, APRIL 25th at 8:30 P.l\L t" IIs.M./ .
and Mrs. Otto R. Bleech had
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0i!i ing his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. H.Pugh. :. The: Man Best Qualified ."
At the end of his leave he ..
will report at Boston, Mass,. for To Be County Judge -
GOVERNORPA1O his assignment, a year of duty in
... Greenland. For the past several He Is ; .

POLITICAL ADVf.ftttSCKCMTT months, he has been stationed at
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< ence -and_ .Health.- .- .- will. include- the F. W. Hand was able to returnto
,.. following: "The divine demand, 'Be his home this weke from the

lt",' ye therefore perfect; is scientific Everglades Memorial Hospital
t:,:, where he was a patient for several
and the human footsteps,leadingto .
perfection are indispensable"' days.W. .
(253:32-2), W. White, principal of Canal
, The Golden Text is from Mat Point School and Mrs. White are
thew (24:13): : "He that shall en- attending the meeting of the Florida -
h dure unto the end the, same shall Educational Association in Mi-
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' Canal ,Point Florida Baptist ChurchRev. Group Of Canal PointHow RE-ELECT

;;-'. Robert A.-Shelley Pastor Charles D. Stewart, Pastor I
;: SUNDAY: SUNDAY:; striving: for'spiritual per "
t 10:00 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School fection gives life new meaningand :F. S. PARR1SH
purpose will be explained at
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
6.:30 p..m.-Youth Fellowship 630; p.. m. Training: Union. Christian Science services this
!J e : 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship '1:30'p.: m. Evening WorshipWEDNESDAY ,Sunday.
Readings from the King Jai;ies '
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MONDAY: : .
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3:15 p. m. Youth Choir practice 7:30: p. m. 1rayer-:Meeting
. TUESDAY .. I ence and Health with Key to the
'". : Woman's Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy For; -A Capable Courteous: ProgressiveCity
8:00 p. m.- Society ,
Holy Nativity; I will comprise the LessonSermonon ,
51 1st Tuesday. I the subject "Probation After Government '
f.' < 2nd MONDAY: Episcopal .Church i Death."
. 1:30 p-rEsther ClaBs.moetlng Pahokee I One verse to be read from the

;t < WEDNESDAY. : ;Bible states ([Matt. 5:.48): "Be ye Tour Vote and Support.Appreciated
7:30'p. Prayer Meeting ,
M. Wendell Hainlin, Vicar
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SUNDAY: Father which is in heaven is 'per as Always
,: St. Peter's Lutheran I 10 a. m.-Sunday School fect."
I 11 a. m. Worship Service Correlative citations from Sci (Paid Political Advertisement)
,Church, Belle GladeErwin ..- '

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.w J. Baumgartner Pastor First Methodist ,

601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Church Pahokee ..--. ". .' ... ..
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Divine Services A..M. -
School 9:45. A. M.. Rev. Clare S. Hall
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SUNDAY:
,9:45 a. m.-Church School
: Church.Of God
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship .

:; Barfield Highway: 6:45 p. m.-MYF Phone 511-Pahokee Phone WY Belle Glade.
P' __, < _- 7j45: p. m. Evening Worship. 6-255Q '
9:45 A. M. Sunday School TUESDAY: '
"f-; 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship 7:00 p. .Vesper'Choir*prac- SALES and SERVICE
:: 7:00 P. M.-L. W.. W. B. (Parsonage ticeWEDNESDAY- ,_ '

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f 7:30 P.M.Tuesday-Prayer:Meeting 8:30 p. .m,....:Senior Cho rpr4IC'tic. ,
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Boyd pastor
Baptist Church SUNDAY SERVICES: LIfm :

9:45: a. m.-Sunday.School #.>..).:' .. Reddy for J
Elder R.E.Barfield 11:00 I .,.,. ,
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., SUNDAY: 6:45 p. m.-:Training Union%jf.! .,.. .<'fl-r -'.:.. t,., .,
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8:00 p,-sn.Evening Worship
- 11:00,80 m. Morning Worship WEDNESDAY: ; .. full-time workparttime at

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7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer The Church Of God ;

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-\t< '- .-.. John TEL vKinard, pastor
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\ Of The Nazarene 7:45 p.'Evangelistic: Service -. \

I 8:00 p.jm. Tuesday V. L. B.
'. 71 Baco'nv Point, Road' 8:00 p.-m. Thursday-W. M. B.
;.;' Charles F, Crauswell, Pastor lCOin music '
Everyone Special '
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JTriday, April 22,4960' The Evwgfade NewsCasa!PoJfl t;:Florida Page Seven' i iRE

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: PELICAN LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE MiSS Infancy Thomas, wHb is a : Mrs. Lam \es-Is r Mr. and Mrs1. Joe Kelly:and Mad!, Miss Donna Davis, a student at !
DISTRICT TAXES FOB THE I
YEAR 1960 student at Sheron Williams In Miami -II iline of FL- Pierce were guest of' Sheron.. (JVilliams, spent last week- I

"NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that was Easter weekend guest of Fine Arts'Head .Mr. arid Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr. end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. \
the Board of of PELICAN
Supervisors
her Mr. and Mrs. J. V. i
LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE DISTRICT parents -- Sunday. Bud Davis. :

drainage district organized and existing Thomas.IN I Mrs. Luther Jones of Belle .- ,
under the Laos of Florida, and embracing .
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elected of the -
lands within Palm Beach Countyhas Glade was president < -

caused to be prepared a Budget; THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, IN i Omicron Chapter, Sigma Eta Fine I
No. 1. AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY,
showing the Unit Debt Service
and the General De"bt Service requirements Arts Sorority, at the meeting at
FLORIDANO.
of the District and the require- 13X56 I the home of Mrs. Robert C. Hattonin NOTICE TO VOTERS
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF : ;
ments of the District for maintenance
Santee
Pahokee, with Mrs. C. T. .
operation and administration during EVA L BRANDON. :
the year beginning on the first day of DECEASED : of Canal Point retiring president, 72 Names Will Appear On The May 3 Voting Ballot
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR I
November. 1960 and ending on the I I presiding. Other new officers elect- .i
FINAL DISCHARGE OF ADMINISTRATOR -
thirty-first day of October 1961.
"The said Budget Is no"on file and: I DE BONIS NON ed were Mrs. Mabel Lutz, vice pres- Telephone-Belle Glade-WYman 62664or

may be examined at the Office of the I t I Notice is hereby given that I. have ident; Mrs.. C. T. Santee, recordL"1g'secretary '
Secretary of the District at Canal Point. filed my final returns as Administratorof I'
Florida. The Board of Supervisors of I the estate of Eva I. Brandon deceased ; Mrs. Laurine Anderson Write P. 0. Box 1587, W. Palm Beach
Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District : that I have filed my petition :for Mrs.
will meet at 11:30 o'clock. A. M., on the final discharge, and that on the 25th I corresponding secretary; and a Sample Ballot will be mailed to
29th day of April. 1960. at the Office of day of May. 1960. I>wilt apply to the i Edna Barrett treasurer, and Mrs. you.CoMPLI5iENTS' : I

the Secretary of the District In Canal Honorable Richard P. Robbins. County I Fay Whitlock, historian. The new CANDIDATE FOR !
Point. Florida for the of hear- Judge of Palm Beach County. Florida OF Jerry Thomas
ing objections and complaints purpose with respect for approval of said final returns and officers will "installed in May. STATE REP., Group 1 I II

to the said ,Budget and for the for an order for final discharge as Ad- The chapter made plans. for its
purpose of transacting such other bus- I mlnitrator of the estate. of Eva I. .n ,._.:. : ,,(Paid Political'Advertisement) I
annual art exhibit tabe held in the
Brandon.
iness before
as may properly come said I I
meeting. I DATED this 14 day of April 1960.- Community Building at Canal ;
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W. A BAKER
"DATED this BY ORDER 11th day OF of APrll..1960'1 I Administrator. de boats non Point Sunday, April 24, from 1 to < i

OF SUPERVISORS OF Thadd Whidden 5 p. m. Mrs. Terry Sellers was appointed I
Attorney for Administrator
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PELICAN LAKE SUB-
DRAINAGE DISTRICT P. O. Box 395_ __ general chairman in chargeof RE-ELECT I
BY: W. C. OWEN. President Pahokee._Florida the exhibit. Others on the committee
Pub: April 22. W and May 6. 13. 1960
Publish: April 15, 221SH30. are Mrs. Mabel Lutz and I

'RE: PAIIOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT "RE:'EAST SHORE DRAINAGE Mrs. Ray Whitlock,, ref reshmehUVMrs :
TAXES FOR THE YEAR-I960 DISTRICT TAXES FOR. 'THEYEAR.1960. Edna Barrett arid
Mrs. C. T.
"NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that fel __ F. S. 'Dick" PARRISHMAYOR
accordance with the provisions of Chap- "NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in Santee, guest book;,Mrs. Luther
ter 18042 Lan of Florida, Acts of 1937. accordance with provisions of Chapter Jones; tea table, and Mrs. Frank'L.
the,Board of Supervisors of PAHOKEE 20694. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941,
DRAINAGE DISTRICT a drainage district -I the Board of Supervisors of EAST I Anderson. ; entertainment.; .
organized and existing.under the ''I SHORE DRAINAGE: DISTRICT, a drainage -- -- --- '
Laws of Florida and embracing lands district organized and existing ,
within Palm Beach County has causedto under the Laws of Florida. and embrac- ANNUAL CL4S3 ) I Y "

be prepared a Budget showing' the ing lands ,within Palm Beach County.. The Pahokee High' School Senior
Debt Service requirements of the District has caused to be prepared a Budget
and of the East Unit of the District showing the Debt Service requirementsof Class will present the annual' class For; A Capable Courteous Progressive
for Maintenance Operation and the District and requirements of play hi the high school auditorium ,
Administration during the year begin- the District for maintenance operation
ning on the first day of November 1960 administration during the.year beginning two successive nights, April 28-29, City Government. ,
and ending on the thirty-first day of on the first day of November curtain time, 8 o'clock. This year's
October 1961. Said Budget among other I960 and''ending on the thirty-first ,
is three-act entitled
things shows the amount of the East!: day ,of ,October 1961. Said Budget, play a comedy
Unit Debt Service-Tax. and the amountof among other things shows the amountof "Girl Crazy." Your Vote and Support Appreciated( ,'
East Unit Maintenance Tax per acre Debt Service Tax and the amountof mt m mv -
necessary to be levied upon the lands Maintenance Tax per acre necessary
within said District for the year 1960."The .. to be levied upon the lands within said Mrs., Letha Kepp from' Wau as'Always'I
said Budget is now on file and District for the year 1960."The chula will arrive today for a visit
may be examined at the Office of the said Budget is now on file and
Secretary of the District at Canal Point. may be examined at the Office of the with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kepp. (Paid Political Advertisement)

Florida. The I Board of Supervisors of Secretary of the District at Canal.Point. .- .>'< .__ _,Wu. ._ __ H_. .' .
'Pahokee Drainage District will meet at Florida. The Board of Supervisors of -
10:30 o'clock A. UL. on th 29th day of East Shore Drainage District will meetat .
April 1960 at the Office of the Secre- 11:00 o'clock A. M. on the 29th day .
tary of the District in Canal Point; of_April, 1960. at the Office of the Sec-
Florida for the purpose of hearing objections ;- retary of the v District in Canal Point
and complaints with respect Florida, for the purpose of hearing ob- t. ks pr;; ;r'.pzi. ;
i- to the said Budget and for the purpose jections and complaints'with :respect to .:
.of transacting such other business as the said Budget and for the purpose; of
; may properly come before said meeting. ; transacting such other business as may
"DATED this 11th day of April. 1960.j properly,come before said meeting. ._
:;, BY ORDER OF THE BOARD! "DATED this llth'\ day of April 1960.
OF SUPERVISORS OP BY ORDER OF THE BOARDOF .
'. 'PAHOKEE DRAINAGE SUPERVISORS OF _.. ;"j.
DISTRICTBY EAST SHORE DRAINAGE .-.
: W.' C. OWEN. President DISTRICT .
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,1' Publish; April 15 22. 1960." -BY: W. C. OWEN. President :
Publish: April'15, 22 19 O'"
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,"r
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
... : I OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR PALM FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT sf; "'4 .
l" BEACH COUNTY. OF FLORIDA; IN AND. FOR PALM .... ,
t'. IN CHANCERY NO. COC528-E BEACH COUNTY. '- ,
IN CHANCERY 60
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OTIS PATTERSON : ,
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Plaintiff : > HOLUNGSWORTH. : #, .

.. ABELL PATTERSON vs- ,:: -vs- Plaintiff :: .3'i ti i.PrtiCyf: $33):;' :?',a w IF b',, A," l A {:: t..c,,;? .- ,
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TO: JOHN HOLLINGSWORTH. Address .
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You are hereby notified that Otis Unknown: a 4 a"r
.' Patterson has filed a Bill of Complaintagainst You are hereby notified that Corinne
for Hollingsworth Has fUed a Bill of Com-
you divorce and are
ypu
plaint against you for divorce and you
t: required to serve a copy of your answerto
are required to serve a copy of your
the complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney -
!; Thadd Whldden: P. O. Box 395: answer to the complaint on the Plaintiffs
Pahokee. Florida. and file the: originalanswer Attorney Thadd Whldden P. O.
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F ) in the office of the Clerk of theCircuit Box 395. Pahokee. Florida and file the
in the office of the
original answer
;; Court of Palm Beach County
t of the Circuit Court of ItllmBeach'
Clerk
' Florida on jtr before the 2nd day oft
<; May. 1960: If you fall so to do. judgment County. Florida on or before the .:
t'.: by default will be taken against 2nd day of May. 1960; If you fall so to
you' for the relief demanded in the do' judgment by default will be taken
complaint. I I against ,you for the relief demanded in F-i- .
DATED this 30th day of March, the complaint. _
1960. Dated this 25th day'of :March. 1960.J. *, .. 6 9 0ri
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J. ALEX ALEX ARNETTE .. .
ARNETTEClerk
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., of Circuit Court Clerk of Circuit Court ..,k. u' ylgrhe'kgvi nri'xasYN' +& x9'"' ;xy' : .
(Circuit Court-Seal) ,
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Thaddie'
By Thaddte P. Plant By P. Plant
Deputy Cleric _. Deputy Clerk '---'-
.: Pub. April 1. 8. 15, and 22. 1960 Pub: April 1.. 8;13, and 22. 1960
,', Thadd,Whidden Thadd Whidden '
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'Po O. BOX 395. BOJC395: '

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T,"..- Blank Voted:" > -Jr.,;- -While"YES"acting, on. .,,..as'. your.\ representative ", :, >';: eeaed :


1. The Bill increasing our Intangible and Personal Property .- -, -, .. .
Taxes. 3i

; 2. The.Re-ApDortionment Amendment which was so unfair to :{ In your new home ., '.t : i iIf

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:;,::,...:.' Page Eight' The Everglades News, Canal Point;Florida_ Friday,_April 22, 1960

F-;.:.' -- ..Mr. and Mrs. Otis Usher,moved!I 1 Million To Draw r t +

from Canal Point to
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..- ", Ludowici Ga. where they will operate -[Tourists" StateTALLAHASSEE
VOTE FOR 1i
rC <, a fish camp for sportsmen.Mr. -
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b'< i' and Mrs. Robert O. Lamps I The Florida '

.. )- and children spent Easter" with Development Commission has
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. adopted a budget of nearly $1million ,- Charles DicksonFOR
k Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lalrsey of
,, Williamson, in Tampa. for national tourist and agri-
Tallahassee the Easter holidays
J spent
: Mrs. Lulu Barfield was the guestof cultural advertising next year.A .
with his Mr. and'Mrs.
parents Miss Bessie Sikes and other total of $200,000 was budgeted -
: : Millard of Canal
Lairsey .
I friends in Miami through the Easter for boosting agricultural products '

. Point. weekend.Mr. and 4760,000 was ..allocatedfor "....'.....
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" Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott, who are .
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and Mrs. Terry Campbell tourist promotion. But advertising -
.r : the house guests of his brotherinlaw spent hte weekend visiting in,Daytona -! experts said the state will
" and sister Mr. and and Mrs.G. .
- Beach. I get less advertising for its money
C. at Lake Worth, I
McLarty Mrs. J. L. McCall was called to because the price of space in national Chief of Police
: spent the Easter weekned with Savannah
-; their son-in-law and duaghter Mr. the bedside of her sister in publications has gone up.
Ga.,Saturday after surgery. The money allocated is the same
; and Mrs. Lee Wroten, in,Pahokee.
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: Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Bordeauxwere as last year for the two programs.
\\f Mr. and Mrs.,Dan Jacobs of Or-
: guest of-Mr. and Mrs. Loel Tourist advertising will Include
3 YEARS EXPERIENCEU.
lando spent Easter with thier
; daughters Mrs.'MUdred Schoeppel Lence fn Lake Worth Sunday even- $622,524 for paid space Jin maga-

- and,:Mrs.'Gorden Hillier and families ing.Mr.. zines plus $90,000 for newspapers. S. Marine Corps Military Police:
' .. and:Mrs. Will Nason of West Agricultural advertisements will
" in Pahokee. Palm Beach were guest of Mr. and appear in 10 national magazinesand
cadet at the Flor-
Frank
Roger
Mrs. Earl Maxson Sunday.Mrs. trade journals. .
ida Military; School Deland, -spent Pope Sears, Mrs. Elmer YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
Easter with his mother Mrs. Fern :I ...
Maxson I
Mrs. Leonard Maxson and
Frank and family in, Pahokee. RUMMAGE SALE
Mrs. Eustice Blackwell
are
rep- WILL BE APPRECIATED
1 Lonzo (Butch) Phillips and Har- The rummage sale, sponsored
resenting the W. S. C. S. conference -I ...
old Holmes cadets at Miami Milf- .
".. in Miami this week from jointly by the XI Alpha Mu XI
:-#- tary Academy, spent the Easter Canal Point Methodist Church. Beta Tau and Beta Omicron Chap-
:r holidays in Pahokee with Butch's ters of the Beta Phi Sorority
Sigma -
Mrs. H. M.:McIntosh was a visitor May 3 1960Paid
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phil-
in Sanibel Island this week and as a fund-raising project, netted -
lips, and family. ,
also in Ft. Myers. $135.95, all proceeds going to
Mrs. Paul Sasser and son James
the Pahokee Yputh Center. Mrs.
Allen and Harold Jones returnedto
( Political Adv.)
Paul, spentlie weekend, in Wau-
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Lois White the
, their home in Clewiston Monday chairman of pro-
chula with her parents, Mr. and assisted Mrs. Lewis
ject, was by
after being Easter weekend guestof
i$ Satt3 iift !&H3Saia I
Mrs. J. C. Phillips, to be with her I.
their grandmother, Mrs. C. B. Friend and Mrs. Hugh Branch in
mother who is a patient in the Jones. the collection of articles clothing,

Palmetto Hospital. Mr. and Mrs.J. S. Chastain were with several other members of the
Mr. and Mrs 'Jack Phillips are
chapters also at the sale.
helping
weekend guest of Mrs. Clyde Grif-
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in Wauchula this week to be with
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fies and Marc in Tampa. Mr. and --
his mother;'Mrs J. C. Phillips, who
Mrs.: Sidney Smith of Tifton, Ga.
FOLKS HOME FOR EASTERMr.
is ill at the Palmetto Hospital in
that city. joined .them there for Easter holi and Mrs. R. B. Chastain Jr.
days. and Debbie St. Pet-
daughter, of
Joe Parker, who stationed. by Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith and: ersburg, Lt. and :Mrs. A. W. Scholl
the U..,SrNayyxa f..the.Jacksonvillebase
Mrs. Walter Cross were'the guestof and daughter, Connie, of Cocoa,
visited his-parents, Mr. and Rev. and,Mrs. Walter Cross and Miss Judy Platt of FSU in Tallahassee -
Mrs. J. P1. Parker, in ,Canal, Point
in Palmetto the
family during were Easter guests of Mr
this'week*while leave from theNavy.
:on
Easter weekend. and Mrs. J. T. Platt in Pahokee.
-- mm Mrs. Chastain, Mrs. Schell and .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack- Carter and Mrs. Jack Phillips, entertainedat Miss Platt are daughters of the

daughter, Kathy Jo,. visited her her home with a bridge party Platts. Mrs. A. J. Richaud, motherof iE !I I

parents in Okeechobee Sunday. honoring her ,mother, Mrs. L. W. Mrs. Platt and Mr. Richaud of 1
Chat Clark has reutrned to College -i Armstrong, on' her birthday an- Clewiston were also -Eastertirae ..
Heights Ark:, where he is a I niversary. Out-of-town guests visitors in the Platt home.
student at Arkansas A & M Col- were Mrs. Willis Bowers of Or- ; SENATORA I

lege, after spending the Easter hol- lando, aunt of the hostess, and -s- r

idays visiting his parents and Mrs.' Henry Ridenour of Indianapolis Mrs. Platt Presents
friends in Pahokee. Ind., 'a cousin. MAN OF ACTION '! !
Youth EducationA a
Ralph Blank Jr., WILL SWPOltr \
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H'MM-1"H"H"H"' >'H"H.H-"H-f'H'M"I-j"H-i, ; program on '"Education of Repeal of present intangible tax
b Youth in Missions" wds presentedby laws; ,Reapportionment for better .

THEATRESPRINCE :Mrs. J. T. Platt at the April large county representation ,'. State .

, p' meeting of the lone Patterson Circle University at Boca Raton Division

Canal Point Baptist Worn of road board to gain more attention and funds for county roads

LAKE DRIVE-IN an's Missionary Society at the '. More equitable property assessments ". ,. Blank will'work
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home of Mrs. W. S.,'Evans, With for the best interests of Palm Beach County" .

Pahokee Pahokee-Belle'Glade Road Mrs. W. W. White,.co-hostess.: She REPRESENTATIVE OP PALM BEAcH1. .
was assisted by Mrs ::s. S. Chas COUNTY SINCE '
1956
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(Paid Political Adv.)
DNDAY-MONDAY.-TUESDAl Mrs. White. It was announced Mrs.

SUNDAY MONDAY-Tu ESDAY v APRIL,24-25-26 Frank O'Connell will'be hostess at 4' he iX e''lienceJ Xegistato'l

ARPIUL 24-25-26 the May meeting at her home and
A HOLE IN THE Mrs. J. S. Chastain' will have the

'NEVER SO HEAD" program.
FEW'FRANK mm m mm
;SINATBAFRANK. AND J. H. Bordeaux and J. G. Weeksare

AND EDWARD G. ROBINSON attending Grand Lodge in

GINA I LOLLOBRIGD3A -.AISO Jacksonville- this--week.. JWIM A k +

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Every Registered Democrat Can Vote. Alex Arnette State Wide Recognition As An Able, Efficient
Public OfficiaL .

YOUR VOTE FOR RE-ELECTION OF J.ALEX ARNETTE

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