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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: May 6, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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L May 6, 1960 PUBLISHED -''WEEIN CANAL POINT:BY PAUL RAROINCIRCULATING '



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL! AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY- j'


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Pahokee.. Band, Is Here's The LineupAt YOU NAME YOUR STATE SENATOR Record Vote Sees t I



InState, Contest Beach a County glance, here candidates are the whose Palm r ,thief Guthrie Win 1 1i

names will appear on -the ballotin 1. i
the May 24 Democratic
-primary
The 45-picee Pahokee High t
run-off. 'fRALPH -< Out of a total of 1,389 rgeister- 1
School
Band directed Bandmaster
by .
Robert O. Lamp, which STATE SENATE" ;..-- "' ed: voters, 1,060! voted Tuesday be- 4
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won an all-superibr rating in the Ralph Blank, Jr. :lieved to be an all-time high for ,
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Frederick Hope : 1
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district contest is participating in a Pahokee election.
HOUSE GROUP 1> <
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a
the State Band Contest Southern '" '
Jerry Thomas With three candidates for mayor -
Division, In St. Petersburg. this Zell Altman. ':'\:,/ the vote was divided so as to j
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weekend, May 57., TAX ASSESSOR r '%_' force the only run-off, next Tues- :

The band, scheduled to leave Pa- Lake Lytal x. -'* day, between the incumbent, E. S. ..
hokee by chartered bus at 1:30 p. :
Edgar Maxwell \ P.arrish and his chief opponent .
m., Thursday, will have its headquarters "
COUNTY,JUDGE ,Duncan Padgett; whom he trailed.In .
$ at the Suwannee Hotel
Paul Douglas the municipal voting on a proposal -
during its stay In St. Petersburg.The John Born BLANK, ;JR. FRED HOPE_ to establish a city manager ,
.concert and sight-reading SUPERVISOR form of government the measure
phases of the contest will be held at REGISTRATIONNed ,OF'\ .','. Attys Ralph J. Blank, Jr, and Frederick H. Hope won decisive victories "was defeated by a vote of 178 to
9 a. m. and the marching of the over DeWitt:Upthegrove in Tuesday's Democratic primary for
Hardwick, State Senator and will face each other,in a runoff election May 24. 133.This
band will be judged at 8 m., (
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was its third defeat in the
: Horace Beasley Blank, who served as state representative in the house for four years, '
Friday The band's soloists and
en- last
received a total of 14,998 votes, while former FBI investigator Hope several years. The smallnessof
semble will play their numbers garnered 12,133 tallies. Upthegrove received 7,580. Blank, 39, and Hop, the voteon 'the issue indicated

Friday afternoon. The PHS group :. 35, both campaigned a new university at Boca Raton, for reappor-, ,that most voters may have over-
( will be the 16 bands including PoteeteHattonClinicIs tionment and for of Y
the
among repeal intangible tax.I looked it. The<< .proposal was in the. '

approximately 1,250 student ..top row atthe. left of the long
muscians, which,will join Friday ballot. '.
OpenedThe They'll Battle It Out For Assessor's Job
night after the Judging of the- For mayor Duncan Padgett with

marching for a mass concert, playing \. '437 led the three candidates, including -

'. four numbers, with the contest recently constructed Potee- 4 i 14Y. ,' Mayor F S. (Dick) Par-

: judges acting as guest conductors. .te-Hatton Clinic,was opened on.Ba rish who received,389, and: Carmen

Bandmothers serving as chap- con Point Road on Monday of this Salvatore, 183. The vote forced a
: erones for the group at St., Petersburg week, according fo Dr F. H. Po run-off between Padgett and Par-

t are Mrs.: ,Lola Ryals, ..Mrs. .teete, one of the owners and ope- rish, next Tuesday. '

Evie Humphrey, ,.Mrs. ,Pearl Cul- rators of/the new clinic. The clinic Chief of Police Leon Guthrie was

> .... berson and Mrs Inai,vTfierretunririp ,-h&sJlZ'fCQm: wiih-thre ebat,:; hs.and'covers' ,II. .re-elected-"with a vote of 524, de-

... 'wilt'be madeSat| > "2,054; &tuarV feet; 'e**BOOr '' eaung-Ch rJes'DickS;;with.J28; S ti
:- urday afternoon. space. It Is'' modern throughout. R. T>. Sappfngton, 'I62\"and'Mau'r=' \

Dr. Poteete Pointed out that the ide Sullivan, 7 votes. ,

clinic is equipped., with the most Unopposed City Clerk Patricia
modern equipment:.available! Thereare .f' (Patsy), Batchelor received 762

t Officers Inducted waiting looms for colored and votes.

white. Councilmen, Group,I; Joe Thompson .

; Pahokee Lions Club Dr., Poteete will be joined on defeated Councilman Char-
.July 1 by Dr. Lester Hatton, who S les Brown by 732 to 221. Group 2:

is presently Senior, Obstetrician- Councilman C. R. Wethermgton, ,
J. W. Repper of Canal Point, Gynecologist at Jackson Memorial unopposed received 692' votes.

. Lions Zone chairman, served as Installing Hospital in Miami. Dr. Hatton !s Group 3: Elmer B. Elliott, Jr., defeated -

: officer for the induction oft the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hat- LAKE LYTAL EDGAR MAXWELL Owen Todd, by a vote of

the new officers of the Pahokee ton Sr., of Pahokee and is,a grad- 491 to 433. Councilman B. R. Mos-
Club the Incumbent County Tax Assessor David Stewart was defeated inTuesday's ley did not run for re-election.
Lions at Tuesday lunch- uate of Tujane .University.
... primary election by County Commissioner Lake Lytal and '
eon meteing. Edgar W. Maxwell. As a result of the election, Lytal and Maxwell will
; Following the installation, Paul Pahokee Election be in a runoff for Democratic nomination May 24. Lytal and Maxwell Canal Point Lions
Tillery retiring president, handed received 12,932 and 11,047 votes, respectively while Stewart gathered
the gavel of his office to the new only 10,535. Stewart 40, had held the $10,000 a-year job as Tax Assessor -
<. president, B. R. Mosley. Other officers FOR MAYOR since he was appointed_ to fill an unexpired term last October. Name New LeadersCanal
Duncan Pade tt 437 .
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inducted were R. C. Lane, y .
Dick Parrish 389
: Kyle Scott and Paul Collier, vice
Rardin Grateful
Carmen Salvatore 183 New Secretary For Point Lions elected new
f, presidents; R. J. Schroder, secretary -
t" ; Ted Wilson, treasurer; Ches- Run-off next Tuesday betweenMr. For Primary Win officers: at the dinner meeting Monday '
Padgett and Mr. Parrish. night Since there was no response -'
f. ter Mullis tail wtister; Billy Me- Commerce
fW'Kinstry, Lion tamer, D. B. Mathis :FOR CITY CLERK BodyThe County Commission Chairman to the .call for nominations:
.- Patsy Batchelor i- 762 from the floor. the slate of officers
sand T. C. Pennington, directors. Paul, Rardin of Canal Point is
Club members v te
lot the'"Lion of, the.Year", ,whose sition. 1 hokee .deach county for naming him IDa: committee 'was unanimously elect-
Chamber of Commerce at
CHIEF OF POLICE .. ed
; without .
opposition.The
-name }U.'::be revealediuring the < county commission Democraticnominee :; _
i : _: : ; : 'LeonGuthrie524. ,. '. the May meeting <& :',tlis-;CivicBuilding ,
... :fa'jwhich: .he- :'will be. 1 in JDistrict. J ] new :.officers include;F. A. '
R...; ceremony- '' : ": Charles. Dickson .* -.,...... 328./ appointed -MrS: Jolene. J5'.ro ithoutop- Slonaker, president;...i.G, v'ee ks rs-
{awarded< : < Service election. No -
:uie'j 4ons. ,Plaquean < ixisifipn! In Tuesday's
...* i.R., : D;JSappington-. 162 Peoples new executive secretary'tofill ; ,G
;s. annual award voted to the mem- >" Republican,qualified ,against Com- >i;: : Boynton and W :W:* hite-:;::
M. W. Sullivan _; 7 the vacancy left ,by the resig- : vice presidents; 0. H. Sheppard, ,
o ber judged to have rendered the missioner Rardin, therefore he
No run-off Chief Guthrie received nation of Mrs. Uldene Todd who, tailtwister; J. W. Repper, Lion
L, most service to Lionism. will have no opposition in the gen-
more votes than all of his op- resigned two weeks ago after serv- tamer; A. W. Jones, secretary;
Chairman Repper announced a eral election in November.
ponents combined. ing'nearly 16 months as secretary.It James Gibson, treasurer; Grady
Lions Zone meeting will be held at c
t COUNCILMAN, GROUP: 1 was voted that in the future Echols and Gaulden Harrington,

;. the Community Building in Canal Joe E Thempson ._...._..... '732 the president will have the auth- Conner HancockIn directors. '
Point 30.
May Sonny Brown -- 221OOU)1TCLMANs ority to hire and dismiss the executive -: On the program a motion picturewas

c'y", ", 'f .. & GROUP'' 2 : secretary, subject to. the approval shown relating to the work

.{<* Governor'sBattle C.:R. Wetnerington T692 of the board. May 24 BattleIt 'that has been done within the Central -
'* ?, Complimentary vote no oppo- Plans were made to'< start the and South Florida Flood'Control

sition. annual membership this week, with District in the past few years
w> Farris Bryant _.---.184,642: (COUNCILMAN GROUP S O. R. Bleech, membership chair- a runoff between State Rep..' to improve water control in South

Doyle Carlton _;____' 183,550 Elmer B. Ellott. Jr. 491 man, to work with :Mrs. Peoples in Doyle Conner and W. R. (Buster) Florida and what is being plannedfor

Haydon Burns '160,653 Owen Todd 433 the mailing of the membershipdues. Hancock for state commissionerof the future. James Gibson, retiring -

4, John McCarty ,__ 139,130 CITY 3IANAGER PLAN agriculture.- president was in charge of
fcfc ,' Bud Dickinson 112,058 Against 178 The annual Fourth of July pro- The two candidates who went program arrangements.

x! Ted David ..---- 79,115: For 133 gram at Pahokee Harbor.was also up and down the state in the first .. -
The winner of the BryantCarlton .. discussed the aim being to have a primary hurling charges at.each REVIVAL TO START

; : runoff will face Republican lUI IONARY PROGRAMA more spectacular fireworks displaythis other will get further opportunities The Rev. John Wilson of Auburn

George Peterson of St. Petersburg program on "Missionary Or- year than ever before. Wiley hi the runoff winding up In dale is conducting a revival at the

? in November, token'ppositI n be- ganization" will be presented b> Tillis is chairman hi charge.' of ar- the May 24 second primary. Church of God on Barfield High-
.
cause Florida Democrats ,outnumber Mrs. J. S. Chastain; at the May rangements.W. .G w y.,Special music is being furnished -
the GOP voters seven,to one. meeting of the lone Patterson Circle .. Mr..and Mrs. R. S. Douthit plan by the Clewiston Trio and.a

;, Peterson defeated Emerson 'Canal Point Baptist Woman'siEseionary K. (Hank) Aldridge is a pa- to visit her brother-in-law and quartet from the Church of God of

Ruppert of Fort Lauderdale In Society to be held at tient at St. Mary's Hospital West sister Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Coulter Prophecy, according to the Rev.

_the GOP gubernatorial primary, the church Monday at 3 p. m. Palm Beach, this week. hi Orlando this weekend.. Thomas Shoemaker, pastor. -
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', Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida -- Friday. ..May 6, 1960
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k J" 1 i! CoL Altman Speaks .l\miS sPE CE1 NAMED 1' B. Elliott Bourns .
,: J,' <, Joyce. SPenter.d ughter of
... ,On I
CjWl Defense Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer of .PaI ,To Duke Has itA1

rte : !I hokee has been chosen cochaitman : -
Col. WestjPainJ
*. Ellis Altman of. ;
of the Woman's Visitaltphs ': B.
t Beach, director '' Elliott I who has been convalescing' -
C ) ,of Civil' Defense 'I
1 Foundatroll
Committee of the Wesley '
was guest speaker at,.the luncheon.I I ,at Lake Worth. followingsurgery
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:: {fI (I. rr_-tine. of the .Pahokge. WQ an's :; ; member of the Pahokee First at the Duke Hospital, Dur-

Club, with Mrs,. Frank Friend, I'Methodist Church, her duties will ham, N. C., returned to Durhamthe
: : president,, presiding.
: III't be to assist, with the planning of first of the week by plane to
Introduced
by Mrs. Friend, the
programs: :jof Methodist student i organizations re-enter the hospital for additional
,
speaker explained of
,
some the
: ,on ihe FSU campus.
t I courses of action civilians should treatment His soninlaw'and
-- :: -e-
take in cases of emergency. : I daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wro-
said a free course in Civil DefenseIs Mr, ,and,Mrs. Julian Hodges and ''
ten, of the
Pahokee were among
0< The Rardin BU11&I In: Canal Point Florida available to groups such as Wo ,family have returned' from: a visit \
r. .. g ; man's Clubs if certain require- with relatives in Palm City. The relatives and friends who accom-

THE LAKE OKEECHOBKE'REGION HOME OF' ments are met. Hedges are ,having a new home panied him to the Palm Beach In-

F. S. Parrishof'Pahokee built at Palm City. ternational Airport.
Mayor (Dick| )
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r. ffflfe EVERCrtAMS W S also j A,guest('tbjd; jyhaj, ": -
the inCIyli --
City of ;Pahoke is doing .
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! Serving.the Lak; Okeeellotieei Farming J. Region Without n. Defense; }work ana what ser-;' t, ':
vides are available hi emergencies x
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years ; :c
r 'It was announced Mrs. Friend
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Fri'daySubserip'tlon would be installing, officer at the *' ; TO MY MANY

. Price $2.00 Year In Advance installation luncheon of the Belle -

Glade Woman's Club on Wednes- FRIENDS. .
The Everglade News at the Office
1 IsEntered Post| day of this week and members of
\ In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter
the Pahoke Club would be guests. ;
n'4 : Who, supported me in Tuesday's.
i Paul Rardin .. Owner Editor Publisher Mrs. Leon Wroten and Mrs. John j
,
election sincere and heartfelt -
" Padgett were given special recognition 3 > <+.'. my
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: Garden rose, the sorority flower. Other at the meeting for having 3 +}+ thanksj I shall earnestly endeavor -
I. English guests were welcomed nad introduced perfect attendance records. _i- :

by Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson, who to justify your confidence.

t: Party A Success gave special recognition to Beta .YOUTH CENTER. DRIVE f
I Sigma Phi's International Honorary -
,. The board of Directors of the
, Member Mrs. Ruth Pahokee Youth Center Inc.,, at a Milton 0. .
:.. The lawn of Mrs. Harold Wilk- worth of Belle Glade, wedg-I
meeting at the PYC building made
:" inson'a home was the,scene Saturday Mrs. Boynton..
plans for the annual fundraisingdrive -
, of an, English Garden Party Following the reports of the
for the Center which is to be
given by the three chapters of Beta Dear's activities by Mrs. WilliamS.
held during the third week in May.In CarpenterPaid
4-: Sigma Phi as a setting for their Plumer, president of XI Alph addition to a radiothon, thisyear's J

v Founder's Day program, with ].lu Chapter, Mrs. John Hatton, drive will include an auction .
. mothers of members attending as president of Xi Beta Tau Chapter, I I '
sale. ( Pol. Adv..Authorized by Cam. Treas.)
guests. Arrangements for the oc- and Mrs. Richard C. Lane, president -j i L-.

casion were made by Mrs. Joe Hat- of Beta i Omicron Chapter, I f

ton, Jr., and her committee.In Mark Aldridge and John Phillips I .' 0"c d

the receiving line were Mrs.J. served as heralds in the announcing

T. Boynton, general chairman,' of the Girls of the Year, with : 1 '

r Mrs. George H. Tucker, Jr., Mrs. Sylvia Parrish assisting in the Mother's is 8 I
Day Sunday May
Milton Salvatore, and Mrs. Lois fanfare with her cornet. .

White chapter vice presidents. The, : Honored as Sorority Girls of the
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tea tables were decorated with Year were -Mrs. Milton Salvatore, .-
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lovely mixed garden flowers on crowned by Mrs. John Hatton ..in l

#; cutwork tablecloths. Delicious.re- the absence of Mrs. W. K. Aid a$';;'??Y3. ,;,>.'?,.;t.: t'h.wr:'+L+}l.rrl';,:; ' : ay>L' xPb .,H.w.a.%. _:t l:4y.ar: : i 3 3yr'
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freshments were served by Mrs. ridge last year's girl of the year; !4$ ,' )4.H Ln, a$ 'c'w+o +-.. <

Wilma Alley. and her committee.Mrs. and Mrs. J. T. Boynton, who was I .%} -i t.2.<. +niati 'i' -43i-;}.E'i:;;,% ..YT.; f S. -
'r Y'+ is
Ellis Wilkinson was incharge crowned ,by Mrs. 'D. W. Cunningham Kx, ;\a: }y3'c ':-' 4R-5 4Yt, pa:3 N4:+',?9.; ktxw.kaM

of the program. Piano last year's girl of the year.A 9' ra?'sts -

music 'throughout the program circle was formed by'the mem- 1. % .

. was played by Mrs. M. P, Stanley, bers of' the thre chapters who .. y'4rSAYL .;o::

" with Mrs..Don Zaccagnino present- joined hands'and' repeated the I

ing appropriate songs,'. honoring los ng 1it :' .i.' I ; 'r' ;
.. ayc ?zyFi -
"Girls & the .
the mothers and : : :: p

..J, Year". Mrs. Ralph Johnson, assiSted -
by the chapter vice presidents, Insecticides May
W'ig o .. +:; .t';Syi"
, recognized the mothers attending s! $ Y$

t and presented each with a yellow Kill Speckled PerchFishermen ,( S NY6

f IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, IN M;
AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY .
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r. FLORIDANO.. 13856 .angling for speckledperch'in

,. IN RE: THE ESTATE OP : the waters of the .West ..
, EVA L BRANDON. : 5 Y <
, Point +Y. Y , DECEASED Palm Beach Canal at Canal ) J s. Y / yw
:: NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR were astounded on Wednesday '
;. FINAL DISCHARGE OF ADMINIS-
>"'1''1 TRATOR DE BONIS' NON morning of last week to see scores ): ,.1. / v Y. Jr
r: Notice hereby given that I have of the fish they were trying so

i;. of tiled the my estate final of returns Eva as X. Administrator Brandon deceased hard to catch float to the 'surfacein lC,1 y !! : I

lL : thaI have filed my petition for a ..dylng.condition..
: final discharge and that.on.the 25th
day of May. 196QM will apply tq_ the Last fall thousands. game,fish .
Honorable Richard' p.- Bobbins County died in this same canal under similar ,+".%J''+ i ; + 4 1l' 4 !
.x y w }4; < R 4w! tn t '
f r
of Palm Beactt Countyr Florida
Judge circumstances that is. following -
: for approval of.said final returns and ,
'. for an order for final discharge as A-- heavy, rains at which time S A -.- YSr.. yy ..lx.iC:, 1
mtnltrator of the estate. of Eva L
;: ..;. Brandon the locks at the hurricane gate are I -' '

.-. DATED W.this A..14 BASERAdministrator day of April. I960. closed and farm pumps, operatingon .. c.b;

, .: de bonls- nonThadd a ?4-hour schedule, pour .countless -

," '. ,Whidden .: thousands. p l9.nS.o surplus : .. f
Administrator
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Attorney.tor 0.L. w aK
the canal from the '1
into
J"" P. O. Bo2.395Pahokee. water 4'u
k Florida '. fields ,of growing vegetables.It :4 iS4 n ,
:Pub: 22. 29 and May 6. .13. 1960t
April : is believed that the !
Z'.K- *' < r 1' by many ?...
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(, : : chemicals used by the farmers in :
growing the crops and controlling I II

: diSeases and insects leaches
I. 'Cfass.ifi d ds plant I
through the soil during heavy x4SF., x h ,4' .
+
: : CAV' '" .., ..', 'n rains and is present in the drainage

,i'; FO8I BAIX:.New and used Whys water' as it' is "pumped into thecanal

c : Jee s.. WalterAsbIWS Garage in sufficient. concentrat-
k' In Belle Glade Phon&305& tion to poison the fish.
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Oct. 1754ch. Last fall when: so many fish .
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were dying under practically the : 'r. I -
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}' SUBSCRIPTION: .expiration dates conditions the of the :
: same opening Why Not Give Her the Pleasure
to this are marked .
( newspaper hurricane gates to a slight,degree, ,
r' onyour name label as'it comes to allowing, fresh, water from Lake.

"' _, .you each,week. Check. the data on Okeechobee to into the can \ ..
pour of Extension Phone?
yourisu That is your date to r ail ;
': .renew seemed to' correct the condition (.. ; I
;" "' Weii; .>e< JookJng.., for 'a check. ,that caused the-fish to die. .. : >
The' Everglades hews.A .. t : .. !> ...
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;', '\. :4 PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If 6tH Graders ViSitUsSC '. 3 I An extension phone could do so much for mother. .,;- : .>.t i

iI.. you,need statements cards ;envelopes bill beads, letterheads handbills Sugar<:Mill. :. .' In.the kitchen-saves many a step in a'busy day. In the
:' ,, or something* the printing -' / bedroom-makes her feel so protected. '' y' ;; .:. I
The children of. Mrs.. .Mildred t
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line just step to the phone and calThe .
r ,, Everglades News at Canal Larrick's Sixth Grade, Room at In the ilving'room-so nice for rf.chat&/l'f.'

I, Point, No 2661;.We are experts in the Canal Point School enjoyed a order now from the telephone = \r

x '. producing excellent. printing and field 'trip to the Clewiston area .

..... 1 our. ,prices ,are in line,with out 'of where they visited USSC sugar : '
W. I '
town printers who come to the miThompson's Wild Animal : ,
Farm the Sugarknd cattle Ranch, Your choice ::0' tl
Glades for printing business.Please
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; the Clewiston Syrup Mill ,and the <, several beautifulcolon ...
";" give: _us a call. Phone 2661.SBRVICE ._ ., Shell 'EHJporiumJ They were acccfapanied ":,, Ifi.r 'l" ... til f i'

r ( STATIN1:and:,Garage; on the ,trip by Mrs.. ......:' :, .'-. ,," '',' ... ', ... ','';0/.'.\- "::r:" '';;. A..t.'JII."' '*- ,. i Jr.

,.,/ for rentcr'ferlcl,1Ca112351 Larrick and Mrs: Winnie Plank o;fLake '. '1-..':;,;.. 1',. ',",...' f- '_: ,..';:>. .p U. ,. yrrC "

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# *,Page;Four .. The Everglades News;Canal Point, Florida Friday May 6, I960 J I


Ir\: I I Polly Rose Balfe

stat Office ,
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rj II Mrs. Polly Rose Balfe editor "

' and publisher of the Homestead ANTIDPTE

,.: I News,, Homestead, Florida Is. a .
Mr. and :Mrs. Milton, 0: Carpenter candidate for National Democratic I
of Belle Glade announce the a -
Committee woman of Florida in !
birth of a daughter, Margaret
I
the Second Primary Election on
; 'j.. Ruth, at the Belle Glade Memorial For

_... : Hospital, April 28.> Margaret Ruth I I May 24.Mrs. Balfe. was a member of the. ... ,', ;
/ 'was named after her two grand-
Committe'in 1943-44 when she was
mothers, Mrs. Margaret Seger of
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,: Rockford, IlL, and Mrs. Ruth Carpenter elected by the State Democratic = HOMESICKNESS
Executive Committe to serve the I .
. 'of Pahokee. Mrs. Seger Is .
unexpired term: of the late Mrs. S
expected to arrive in Belle Glade *' .
Enid Broward Hardee who died *

': family.for a visit with her daughter and in office. \,b For the boy or girl away from home-at college.Send ..

Mrs. Balfe was the first Florida
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appointed to the Arrangements -
ever
woman *" :-C-+++K ------H-+
I Food Handlers In Committee of a Dem-

,'\ Canal Point Meet ocratic National Convention, where ;
she served at the 1944 conventonin
:-. Chicago.A r. Them -
The Palm Beach' County Food .
resident of Homestead for the
Service Association, held its last
14 she operates one of
past years "
meeting of the school year.in the ''
Glades Area, at the Canal Point Florida's outstanding' weekly
newspapers. Besides her interest in The Hometown
School Lunch Room on Saturday Paper
April 30th. local and civic affairs, she is a

member of the Board of Directors"of .... .
Mrs. Pearl Birdsong of Lake
Worth, president presided. Invo- the Dade County Visiting Nurse : 11111111 : I': : I : I 1111 : I :,
Association; the Woman's Club of
>cation was given by Mrs. Gretchen
Homestead the Episcopal Church;
Hughes of the Berkshire School ;
former member of the Dade
Lunch. Welcome address was giver a Subscription $2.00
by Mrs. Oliver Hatfield. County Zoning Appeal Board, appointed 1

.by two Florida Governor; .
The secretary .and treasurer i
and a founding member of the :
gave their reports.and after other State Safety Council. I III : t .I tIt : I I I t t : } 1-, --

business was taken care of, :Mrs. .

: Caroline Browning of the 'Belve- ... P:S.=Be_sure'to keep us informed of address changes. '

.', dere Lunch Room, Palm.Beach Co. Book Studies
Chairman for the State Conven
CLIP THIS COUPON AND MAIL.

tion, discussed and completed plane I Merit Awards -S.
for the coming of our State Con- - - -- -
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vention which will be, held in the '
: The Canal Point Methodist Woman's THE EVERGLADES > >
Hollywood Beach Hotel May'1315. NEWS .
of Christian Service .
Society ,
Delegates elected to representour I ; Canal Point Fla. I II Ii
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awarded
Christian Service
Mesdames Ethel of was I 1. '" .
county were ., ,

Glazier.and Caudle.Eunice: County Hinkle.Super-Mrs.Frances. successful two jurisdictional completion credits of for book its i I I5 Enclosed find $.._____..____: for a subscription I II II

visor of Lunch Room 'Program studies of Africa and United Nations I I ,< to'be sent to -' S > ) ::

from Broward County was,present I ; according to a report given I

and also commented on the coming by Mrs. Robert A. Shelley, mis .
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convention.The nominating ,comittee presented '-i meeting sionary 'of secretary the Society, at held the Tues-May r ;- : ..-.--..-...= E = --= ;- = ;=- ---i --' -- : I IS'S


dahies the coming Lucile the slate year.Clewis of They new of were officers West:Paint Mes-for ,i dya well building,,night president, with in ,the JMrs.presiding.Sunday W. E. School Black-, : ; ;; ;;:. : :::;=I ; i


Reports were also given by Mrs.
Beach, president. Anna Himes of j '
Sears, Mrs. L. L. Maxsorfand
Pope?
West Palm Beach, ylcepresident'jFlora
Mrs.. Elmer Maxson on the recent
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Cole of Lake Worth 'secre-- .

"': taty,..q.J'4 ports ,BUikley*ofBelle*: annual ,State WSCS Conference -.. ", .-. .. I .
which; attended as delegates .
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Glade, treaSurer. Mrs 'DoVothy ; -=------ .
I iri Miami. It was announced WSCS
Stanley of PahokeeInstalled the
officers training days are to beheld
officers and each H
new presented "
one with a corsage. I at Okeechobee on May 12 and

The new president named ,her i at, Stuart, May 26. The training THE U. S TREASURYSALUTES '
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committees for the new year. I program on each day will start .
10 m., with officers attending \
a. '
Henry O. Earwood and XJ, Alex,
asked to take their own sandwiches
Arnette gave talks on work welI'done ;
for the sandwich luncheonat
by the, Palm, Beach County
noon. It was voted to use an YOUR BANK.'r :
Lunch Room personnel. j jr
anonymous $20 donation to build,a '
Mrs. W. E. McCall was a visitor '
WSCS book shelf.
from the local community. There :
The annual WSCS pledge servicewas .' r
were 157.members and visitors .>
present,for the meeting. A wonderful conducted at the meeting un- '' :'"
"Pot Luck" luncheon was/ der the direction of Mrs. Walter .- :: :
Kautz, chairman, this year's theme ,
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enjoyed by the group. -JU ii*iz. 'l '' -- ,
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o ._. being' "Jesus, the Light of the : :'
World." Taking part in the impres- ;rx :" '""
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Election Night I i I ,,
save service were Mrs. James Miller ..'" .

For, Boy Scouts music chairman, Mrs, Elmer ;
'Maxson, Mrs. Pope Sears, Mrs. E.
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bore tai
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bannsro'ai'tO
Friday night was election nightat .
: Mrs. W..C. Young, Mrs Lee Kahal .
Boy Scout Hut for the of
'Scribe and Librarian. Eugene job and Mrs Donald Kepp. was an- coast each day:,perform an outstanding .- 1

Cooper and Harry Cunningham had nounced the secret'' "sunshine pals" : Je1"riee".for their customers -
for the will be revealedat '
past year
both worked .hard/providing their the June meeting. ;' their community,+ and the nation ." ,
merits as each had acted as Scribe -
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:for a week and now was the night .. '" tt... ';i'' selling Shari -In-Arnerica- ::Jl / 6':._ '" "

:for the secret ballot.--vote. After :Jjfrs. Price : ;\. UJ3._ Savings Bon s. ..Iff1'fc.H F c f'7
HonoredBy I )
they were .all, counted. Jrl gene 'j '
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w: Cooper wait elected Scribe 'tadF PresbyteriansMrs. every COB : \

: Harry Cunningham Librarian. I I .: ,. .'.munity profits because of bank. -.1..1l .I j j.1

; am sure that we have two capable I L L. Pri-ce longtime"rsej: inffe leadership in promoting tbbs .j.!
boys for both and I
jobs that they dent of Belle Glade, was honoredat ti

both will'do good work during the general meeting of the Women all-American thrift program. Today (

coming term. ', of the Everglades PresbyterIan 40 million Americans own -
Saturday at 1:30.P. M. approximately 'j I Church Tuesday night. Mrs. J. ., .
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More than $42 billion worth '
twenty boys 'left for Fish Herrel Powell of Miami, Presbyterian 'of -

Eating Crek with ScoutmastersMims president, in speaking of UJ3. Savings Bonds

and arver for a weekendof Mrs. Price as "The Dedicated 4- ...--._.... '. ---.... _:' ., ....-t', .
Bonds better .
Today than
are
camping. The boys the ever. ; Chances are banker eacowv ,
reported Woman", said that born in a light .. your 5 .
fishing was good and even tho' house in the Chesapeake Bay, she Every Bond bought since June 1,:: aged you to buy your first Savinge : }- .
they had two flat tires they all hada had kept her spiritual of de-
light
1959, now pays 3%% at maturity.' Bonds. The ,
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good time., votion to God and helpfulness to next time yo* vifi* -

During the past week two boys humanity glowing ever since, not .Even'-. your elder Bonds will earn- dour bank fake time to tha* Trim {.(!'

# from Everglades troop 628 Memorial were .admitted Hospital.to o only in community In church services.activities'Followingthe but also .. an extra 3 %' from June 1 to : for his good advice; and bay alai' 4 -' ,.-,-. ,I


I Jimmy Tyson had an accident at talk Mrs. Powell presentedMrs. maturity., 1xtra Bond...... while. you are _,I '..$' .\
school and Donald Meredith was Price with & Life Member- 1 -" .f
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hurt with a tractor. Jimmy has ship pin, and Mrs. Erwin Zumpf

been discharged from the hospital presneted the honoree.with an or '

and Is convalesing at home but chid. : \ When you buy U. S. Savings Bond } 'I

Donald is still a patient in the Since Mrs. Price is founder of aJ

hospital. The troop wishes both the circles of the Everglades Presbyterian '

boys a speedy recovery. Church, she was also honored you save more than .1' <" f j
0 money
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I IL Friday, May'6, 19SO Ota Everglade News, Canal Point,Florida Page IrtVA
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Fine Arts ExhibitIs
i Marg WWtlock :Mrs.Mable Lutz,
r PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I Mrs. Mary Anderson, Mrs. Betty

j Huge Success Mrs.Ann Kidder Lillian, Mrs.:Masonic Virginia Mrs Adams RubyJ,

uwwuwuw Jones.
,Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Walston I bits George B. Ramey was able Omicron Chap Sigma Eta Out of town exhibitors were
spent in Lakeland at the return Fine Arts Inc., their
Saturday I to home Monday from the sponsored Mrs. Mary Foster, Mrs. Gladys
clinic in that city. Everglades Memorial Hospital Spring Exhibit Sunday April 24th, McCauley, Mrs. Connie Alanzo,
where she was patient for a few which proved to be-a huge success Mrs.
Fern
Mr. and Mrs. Price Burdeshawwill Diebold,Mrs. Dotte Beacon -
days. Her son, David Ramey, of despite the weather. Exhibits of
all of Xi Chapter West Holly-
have as guests this weekend Gainesville and her son-in-law and oils, water colors, pastels and char- wood. 9
their son and daughtre-in-law, Mr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. I coals augmented the tables of .. .-
and Mrs. John Burdeshaw'and
Miller, HI, of Cocoa spent the beautiful ceramics.
family of Bartow. Mrs. Botzler Is Wed
weekend in Pahokee, visiting her The refreshment table was cov-

Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Hamilton and at the hospital. ered with lace cloth over rose taf- To Jack Hewell. ,
feta, flowers were Easter and Calla
family visiting spent her parents Sunday Mr.in*and Pahokee Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watson, ac-, lilies with spring flowers in a silver Mrs. Ina Mae-Botzler, daughterof ;.
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Inman W. Weeks. companied by their duaghter, Mrs ; v bowl with silver candelabra ; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. DeGraw, :
C. L. Shirley, Jr., and, grandchildren and : 216
pink tapers. N. W. Ave. B, Belle Glade and
Jerry Rutherford was a visitorin Leigh Ann and Chris spent The table was decorated by Mrs. Clarence Jackson (Jack) Hewell, :
Hollywood the past weekend. the weekend at Register Ga., visIt- Luther Jones and :
L- presided over by son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hewell
ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Alice Hand and Gail Masonic. Dur- of Canal Point were married Sat-
Kirby Ulm of Luverne, Ala.,
W. Anderson. Mrs. Watson
reman- LEON GUTHRIE ing the afternoon soft organ se, urday, April 30, at 10 p. m. at the
visited Mr. and Mrs. ,H. C. Clarkat
ed for an extended visit and will
lections.were LIl-
played, byMrs. parsonage of the Canal Point MIs-
Pelican Lake. attend commencement exercises at Pahokee Police Chief Leon Guth- lian _Masonic. The organ and piano sionary Baptist Church, with the

Willie Veal has reutrned to Georgia Military Academy before rie defeated ,three opponents Tuesday were placed behind an improvised Rev. Charles D. Stewart, pastor
Greenville, S. C., where he is attending returning to Pahokee the last of to retain his job as head of screen of potted palms. officiating. Mrs. HeweD,. the bride-
college, after spending the May. Her son, Karl, will be among the police department. The- vote Mrs. Virginia Adams assisted by groom's mother and Mrs. Stewart
the graduates who will receive diplomas tabulation Is'shown elsewhere. Mrs. Pearl Senter and Mrs. Edna
spring holidays with his parents, the pastor's wife, were present at
frpm GMA at the exercises.Dr. -1-1. Barrett attended at the
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Veal, at Canal guest the ceremony.The .
Point. He was acompanied by his and Mrs. L. W. Armstronghad Mrs. M. C. Carter and :Mrs. book. Mrs. Bernice Sellers assisted bride is a graduate of St..
roommate, Dale Keown of Mc- as guests Sunday their son and Glenn Powell of-the Canal Point I by Mrs. Marjorie Hatton, Mrs. Scholastica Academy, Canon City, r
Cormic, S. C. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Al- Garden Club attended the District Anna Faulk and Mrs. Ruth Car- Colo., and attended Pueblo Junior
vin Armstrong and children of Hi- 10 club presidents' conference of penter had charge of the exhibit College. For the past 'year she has
Mr. and Mrs. Gene McDowell and lean. the Federation of Garden Clubs at Local exhibitors included; Mrs. made her home in Belle Glade and .
family were visitors at Boca Ra- yero Beach the first of the week. Barbara Wilder, Mrs. Lois' F-aIl. was employed at the Everglades

ton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White were -- Mrs. Francie Bacon, Mrs. Florence Experiment Station.Mr. .

week end guests of their daughter. Powell, Mrs. Elena Mindlin, Mrs. Hewell is employed by Boe'sof
Mr.and Mrs. E. M. Schultz had : GLADES PUBLIO HEALTH
as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. and family in Sanford, NURSING ADVISORY COUNCIL Mary Hogan, Mrs. Estelle Sanders, Pahokee as an electrical appliance
Mrs. Ina Mae Maxwel, Miss Beckie -
Harry Odom and daughtre, Linda, A. R. Chastain returned to the President: Mrs. service man.
Berwick, Mrs. Anna Faulk,
of Belle Glade'and Alec' Tootles Good Samaritan hospital in West The couple are making1eir
O. B. McClure '
Pearl Santee, Mrs. Marjorie Hol-
home in Canal Point.
of Palatka.
I Palm Beach Monday for several 226 Bacom Pt. Road (BoxM)
days of treatment and_ observa- -
Mrs. E. 'Johnson entertainedat Pahoke, FolridaVicePresident < -

the city park with an outdoor tion.S.. : wOTVSCiscsCTSCI Hmf'f'm" '37\'It1\n'l\f1Y \ fN1fNIt1\mWylfl'i! i' "

party for her daughter, Alice, who A. Nail of St. Petersburg Is Mrs. Jane EvansP.
was celebrating her 10th birthday the guests for several days of_Mrs. ( O. Box 5)
r anniversary. Refreshments were Nail. Bean City, Florida
: served by the -hostess to 30 guests. Secretary:
I Rev. Robert Shelley is spendinga Mrs. Margaret Mosley '
'+ Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Stringari- few days with his father, who is 608 N. W. 7th Street ., THANKS!
-I pect to have as a guest' this weekend ill, in Damascus, Virginia.Mr. Belle Glade, Florida '' :.
r\ >; Ralph Lewis of'Detroit, Mich. Treasurer: ,. 'I
and :Mrs. L. D. Duke and Lynn 1. Shirley'. .1*.
t _Mrs. A. L. (Jack) Pope is visiting family had as guests-their uncle, R. -
943 E. Main Street
,; her mother, Mrs. Frances McBride C. Odum of St. Paul, ,N. C., and Pahokee, Florida ,.
I at Alamo, Ga.,' this week. aunt, Mrs W. L.. Eaton of Lake '
t, She was accompanied as far as Helen. Board Paul Members Rardin: It is with deep gratitude that I send

Glenwood, Ga., by Mrs.W. B. Elam I .
and Johnny Pope who returned to I Tommy Frick has returned to Canal Point Florida this message: to friends and
my sup-
Emmett S. Roberts ,
i their home,there after a visit with his studies at: the University ofJgouth "

, .. c ..,xelativea.in..CanalPolnti- ._ after spending_CaroUna the, Columbia spring holidayswith S.C., 636 Belle S.E.GladepFlorida 2nd'Street ""-. :- porters in the. City'of'Pahokee.. During '

.. and Mrs. Ralph C. Myers Luther Jones '
'f.i his parents, Mr. and Mar. fan
425 Main Street the coming I shall make
)\ have as guests his mother Mrs. B.. James T. Frick, at Pahokee. S. years, ,
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Belle Glades Florida -
B. of Scranton, S. C. 'and .
Myers -- merit
-' Julian Griggs earnest effort to the confidenceyou I
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and 1\!. F. GEORGE IS 86 1326 N. W. '12th Street

;, Mrs. Charles Barrett and familyof Mrs.:M. F. George entertained-at Belle Glade Florida ; < I have placed in me. Again, may

::", Sumter, S. C. The Ralph C., I Ir I her home Friday from 7:30 to 9 :Mrs. Alma Farrow / ,
; m. with :a party honoring, her 116 Banyan Avenue
p
I thanks.
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Myers family plan to move back say
a, .t' husband 'on his 86th birthday an- Pahokee, Florida i
to Scranton, S. C. their former
niversary. Approximately 30 rel- Grant E. Averill
j\ home the early part of June fol- atives and friends were present to 241 Avenue "A"
lowing the close of school. Mrs. I -
help the honoree celebrate his nat- Belle Glade Florida
,'. .:Myers is a teacher at the Pahokee I tEx Leon Guthrie
guests were
al day.Outoftown Officio Members: II
Royal Palm School for ceptionf -
the and daughterinlaw -
Georges' son Dr. E. C. Johnson
: al Children.
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Georgeof 222 Banyan Road

t' Mr. and' Mrs. Norwood Guthrie -Indian. town... Pahokee, Florida I CHIEF OF POLICE
and children visited his parents in Miss Ruth Schad _
L Pahokee before leaving on a three- CLASSIFIED ADS 120 Yale Drive
weeks' vacation trip to England. PAY ,BIG DIVIDENDS Lake Worth, Florida ,. I (Paid Political Advertisement) 'I
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Mrs. Ruth S. Wedgworth It
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r' ELECT I Belle Glade, Florida I
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James W:Vann .
-:/" (Box':91S' xPabokee
: Dunt an.Pdgtt Mayor i .. '- ,,'Floridaa
:AT Thomas .Tbank: .
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e/-,1: -, .:I,want' to thank all- of the people Canal Shore Point Drive Florida Youv :

t= I :Mrs. Wilma Alley
who came out Tuesday and pulled .
374 Bacom Point Rd., Box 387 -.
i.- lever 1-A, for me as your Mayor. (Although Pahokee, Florida f.

f. '- you made me'the high man in Everglades Luke W. Dufresne.Memorial Hospital The votes given to me .-,- '

t 3_a the race, we still have another day for -610 Pahokee Main, Street Florida in the Tuesday's election. -

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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, May 6, 1960

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Parents Night -- amount of things.

Boy Scouting's fiftieth anniver-
For Scout TroopThe
dollar doesn't
sary buy what it

used to either.,
n d
regular Boy Scout Meeting
4 .was held Friday night at the hut. More Scouting dollars in your

" Final plans were made for parents council territory guarantee an expansion -

:night, which will be held at Boy quantity and quality in the
Scout Beach on Tuesday night May '
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12 at 7:30 p. m. All parents and
I I more Scouts Sea Scouts
friends are urged to attend. Boy more ,

There will be a damping trip to more Explorer Scouts; more lead-
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';J ""' r Fish Eating Creek this weekend.All ership more citizenship.Most

The Methodist ChurchCanal I Canal Point First Methodist Women I scouts are urged to go. Re- of you liberally support

Point Florida Baptist ChurchElder Hear Rev. ,C. S. Hall member boys for our troop to qual- your favorite charities. Most of

, -- ify for the National Camping you are inclined to support even

" Robert A. Shelley, Pastor R.Barfield Award at least 50 per cent of the more liberally those worthwhile
SUNDAY: SUNDAY; The Rev. Clare S. Hall was guest, troop must spend at least ten days agencies that deal with the physi-

I 10:00 a. m.--Church School -10:00' a. m.-Sunday School speaker at the May meeting of the and nights of Scout camping during -cally and mentally handicapped, or
Pahokee
, 11:00 a. .Morning Worship 11:00"a.. m.-Morning Worship of Metho.dist Woman's SO-I a twelve month period.A those agencies that deal with our
Christian
; ciety Service held
&:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship 7:00 p. .-B. T. C. the church the district council meeting was health and welfare.It .
;. 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship 8:00 p. .-Evening Worship Duncan with president., Mrs.' held on Monday night at the is our wish that in addition to
' MONDAY: WEDNDESDAY: Padgett, presiding. Introduced -I Scout hut at 8:00 p. m. Mr. Luce, these needed charities you will invest -

3:15 p. .Youth Choir.practice 730. p. m.-Midweek Prayer by Mrs. Alice Spooner, he" Scout Executive from Gulf Stream more Scouting dollars in your
spoke on "Use of Leisure Time.
TUESDAY: Service I Council was present with representatives councils program which takes

r 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society t 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS:* Mrs. Spooner gave the devotional.It I from the troops of healthy minds and healthy' bodies

1st Tuesday 7:30: ,p. .-Ladies Auxiliary was: announced the five circles I Clewiston, Belle Glade, Pahokee, and develops them into a genera-
will meet jointly at the Church
2nd MONDAY: Meeting. and Okeechobee. tion of leaders nad citizens who

7:30 p.'m.-::-Esther Class meeting. -. Monday night, May 16, for the annual I Have you tried to buy a five can and will ensure a future for the

WEDNESDAY reshuffling of circle member- I cent ice cream cone lately? In fact I I indigent and, physically and metal-
The.Pahokee Church
7:30 p. m. 'Prayer'MeetingJEir ship, following which a receptionwill have.you tried to buy anything for ly handicapped in the years ahead.

< .- Of 'The Nazarene, members.be held honoring new WSCS five cents 'lately? You can buy a More Scouting dollars in your

st Methodist ten cent ice cream cone and a fifteen council is one of the ways to ensure
Plans made for the annual
were
71 Bacom Point Road '
cent one and even in some and expanding quality Scout pro-
Church Pahokee Charles F.:Crauswell,'Pastor instaUation of officers and pledge places a twenty-five cent one, but gram for the boys of today and to-

I i X .' ____ -, Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 service. on June 6. you still don't get much more than ,morrow.

: Rev. Clare S. Hall SUNDAY SERVICES: The Gertrude Shirley Circle, the "old double dipper." Do you know a better invest-

'.I SUNDAY: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. Mrs..L. L. Shirley, chairman, was Things cost more, from books to' ment than in Youth? So when you

; 9:45: a. m.-Church School 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship: in charge of program arrangements battleships, pencils to planes, rub are approached within the next

:. 11:00 ,a. m.-Morning Worship 6:30 p. m.-Juniors. and was awarded the attendancepin ber bands to rockets. The dollar two weeks for a donation for

;6:45 p. m.-MYF 7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening v for\\the month.- just doesn't buy as much as it usedto Scouting \won't you give and give

7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship Evangelistic Service. or putting jt another way, it generously.

TUESDAY; WEDNESDAY: Local PTA Heads takes more dollars to buy the same I -Reported by Wayne Ludlam '
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac 7:30_ p. m.-Midweek Prayer

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: Installed Monday

,: 7:45 p. m.-MId-week devotions ... I

: 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac ,
, tice.' Holy Nativity New officers of the Canal Point j
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Parent-Teacher Association were < -----1 I GREATLYS. .
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I First Baptist _I I'Episcopal Church inducted at the May meeting held S. II I

,. t I in the school ,auditorium Monday APPRECIATE I i
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Church; Pahokee. 4 night, with Mrs. Janice Pate, presi- !
-' M. Wendell Hainlin, Vicar dent of the Palnt\ Beach >- ,. '
Count I a zg# :
: the tremendous vote of confidence .
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Rev. James E. Boyd, Pastor : SUNDAY I ,
.F PTA County Council. serving as }
SUNDAY SERVICES: 10 a. ,m.--Sunday School Installing officer. i k you gave to make me. the .LEADING
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 11 a. m. -Worship Service I ,- .
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The officers include Mrs.
new CANDIDATE, i humbly request -
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship t
Joe Cherry, Jr., who was re-elected
6:45 8:00V p. m.-Training m-Evening UnionS Christian Science. president; Mrs. W. E. McCall first I your continued support. .;
Worship (
r vice president; Mrs. R. L. Gray,
WEDNESDAY: Group Of Canal Point I /
.( second vice president; Mrs. Marvin
8:00 p. TO.-Prayer Meeting. "
, Miller, secretary; Mrs. J. M. Doyle Cpuner; (
Ability to resist and overcome
? son, treasurer, and Mrs. R. L. '
St. Peter's LutheranPhuwA temptation Is available to all man- historian. Each of.t1e:o ffleers Gib-I :
kind today. This Is 'the theme of t'
t*, jgefle Glade Lesson-Sermon entitled "Adam Mrs; Pate received a potted FOR C02H2U3SSION OF f
can violet, gifts from PTA. Mrs.
and nia.Jtered'temptatlon! will ,be AGRICULTUREPaid
Erwin J. Baumgartner, .Pastor Cherry. recieved a special gift in
,heard Sunday at,Christian ScienceS
601 w.LakeBdelle Glade services. appreciation of her work as president -
( Pol. Adv. Authorized Cam. Treas.)
SUNDAY: during the past year, with by
, '.'":Divine Services 11 A.M. The stirring account in,MatthewCh. Mrs. A. R. Harrington, past presi* ."... -- --. .--, . ., f'. ._.. .. r "_ I

I Scboo19 A.M. -- ( 4) of how Christ Jesus met dent making the presentation on I -S. ., _/..,_,,, ..... n
. temptaiton be :
.. and mastered will
behalf of PTA.Accepting I
f. featured in the :Bible-readings. i \ i iI
the recommendation* I
Canal Pt. Missionary Selections from "Science and
of the executive board, the group
I AM HUMBLY I
Health with Key to the Scriptures"by
Baptist Church voted to approve the raising of the
Baker Fddy will include
Mary annual dues to the PTA County I
GRATER
R.v. Charles Stewart, Pastor. this (393:12): ''RIse'in the strengthof -i 1
Councl from $10 to $15 a year; j __
,SUNDAY:: Spirit to resist all that is un- *
also, to held the first meeting after
9:45 a.. m.-Sunday School like good. God has made man cap- 2 For the confidenece expressed in
the opening of school next fall on
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11:00 a. m. Morning..Worship able of this' and nothing can viti, '
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behalf in
my
8 this meet- Tuesday's primary
Thursday night, Sept. ;
6:30 .Training .Unl ri.
p. ate the ability and power divinely
ing to be concluded with a recep- election. Your,continued is '
7:30 p. .-Evening Worship bestowed on man." support ;
tion for the teachers,of the Canal 1 i
,WEDNESDAY: Golden Text Is from Matthew '
,0. The needed and will'be greatly 'appre
. Point School. .
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,.( 7:30 p. m.-Prayer. Meeting., (26:41): "Watch and pray; !
)' The monthly attendance award ciated. :
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ye
was won by Mrs. Alma Burr's First. t
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'} "5 Church Cafeteria Workers The importance of child welfare : st Jerry Thomas ;

\ Hold Local Meeting in PTA:.work was'stressed by :Mrs :: .,. '_ *.-.. .,. ". i,
Address
Pate in her to the members !
t t; Father David Cronin ,"Every P.TA jnember shouldbe (Paid Political AdT. by Campaign Treasurer)

;, ,SUNDAY.' MASSES I The Palm Beach County School interested* in the welfare of r." 4<'-. !I

I First. two masses of the month*"I Food Service, 'association held its every child that attends school," ...- ., : I I Iy

11:00. annual,'installation luncheon at the she' said. .___._.... 1 I i
Other Sundays ,at 7:30. I Canal Point School cafeteria Saturday -"
Working on a County level,
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-The Church Of God I t : the present school lunch room ).,. ,i

> :Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal Mrs. Lucille Clewis of West Palm program started, worked for the I
Beach was installed president; I establishment of proper detention

Mrs. Anna Himes, West Palm I places for juvenile delinquents and MWWl fWffl/ED ,

\\1-+':. Point Road Beach, vice president; Mrs. Flora has supported all movements leading I
John H. Kinard, :pastor Cole Lake Worth, secretary; d,1 I tb improvements in child train- II
if. 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Mrs. Doris Brinkley Belle Glade, I

f/ 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service treasurer. :Mrs. Ralph C. 'Stanley,.1 ling.I '
Mrs. Billie Huddle fourth grade I
OWNED !
AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN
:7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic ,Service manager of the Pahokee School"I I teacher, was chairman of the faculty
1(: 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.;L.B. cafeteria, was installing officer. : committee in charge of the Ito FLORIDA CATTLEMEN. I I:

R &tOO p. m. Thursday W.!L B. Plans were made for the PalmBearhtcotinty'unit J I serving of refreshments 'following WE WORK FOR,THE BEST ,MARKET;! INTERESTS OF 1 1So
rr Everyone we1C 1J1 Special music I to be in charge 1 the meeting. ,-' CONSIGNORS AT: AIL TIMES-' I I

," and, singing.CH of. the serving of-,the food at )the +. -p. !I
.A- banquet-? at&he convention of' the SUFFERS FLESH WOUND WE. ADVERTISE FOR OOMPErrhvE BUYER PARTICIPATION j

:;; ,Church Of God, Florida School Food Service +Association Donald Meredith, 10yearoldson AND'MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVED1ARHET :
I 'to be held ,at Hollywood of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Meredith WHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH .

i' Barf ield Highway Beach May 1315. suffered a deep flesh 'wound CONFIDENCE \

: Guest speaker was Mrs.. Frances on his thigh when caught unex-
: 9:45 A. M. Sunday School H. Caudle of Fort Lauderdale, I pectedly between two tractors. The :
f;' 11 00 A. M.-Morning Worship lunch Glades Livestock Market AssrnON
Broward County School supervisor accident occured after one tractor .
f: 7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. B. (Parsonage .
Mrs. Margaret Birdsong was used to tow another in an at-

:.: 1:30.P.. M.-Evening)Worship of West Palm Beach, reitring president tempt to 'get a balky motor start- PAHOKEE-BELU5. GLADE ROAD .'

"_ 7:30 P.M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting presided. v ed. When Donald removed the tow PHONE- WY 63028GEORGE. YOUNG, MANAGER !!
;..:;..... i '- pin the two tractors eased together -

t :7:30 P. 1!. Friday -Children's Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Williamson trapping the youth between s LES y i01TDAX AT 1 p; m. ;

Church had as a guest this week Mils. them. Luckily, no bones were ., r t
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SHERIFF Ned Hardwick State Welfare Aids according to law to make*these reports -
;(: : .Itf.Foster. Again STILL THE In to the court. '

i Supervisor RunoffJ. ; 5,235 In This County Palm Beach County is also rep-

'*>'., I resented on the District 10 Welfare
E. (Ned) Hardwick was assur- I Thomas E. Penick, Chairman of Board by the Rev. Paul M. Cassen.

,.:<: ..x.MJ.r ed Tuesday of beingin the run-off ,District 10 Welfare Board of the Mrs. Helen R. Tedder and :Mrs.
sYr y4 '3.y sixi'ilkC election May 24 for the post of I Helen Woodward of West Palm
Wel-
State Department of Public
County Supervisor of RegistrationH. Beach.
," ':'. E. Beasley appears to be the fare, reported that in Palm Beach .

' man he will have to,defeat for the County 5,235 persons were assistedin WEATHER
!.".' Democratic nomination. the four categories of public assistance -

s.1t: Hardwick, 60, who,has been with for the month'ot April. At U. S. Sugar Plant Field
1tC, 4fay o the State Department of Agricul- A total of 1,736 persons received I I Station at Canal Point.

"'F;." ture for the past 20 years, easily Old Age Assistnace in the amountof Date' Te1 ip. Rainfallmax.

;: gathered the most votes in the $88,322.00. 83 persons received min. Inches
.;-, race. He received 10,610 tallies. Aid to the Blind, totaling $5,057. I I April 27 85 61 .42

.> One of the closest of the county 834 families, representing 2,530 April 28 85 71 .00
.. I children, received Aid to Dependent -,
." races Tuesday was for county solicitor !I April 29 88 62 .00
: i KENNETH P. FOSTER
Children in the amount of
Incumbent .Joel T. :Daves April 30 87 65 .00
;'. It's County Commissioner ,Ken m, won with a 2,497 margin over! $50,658.00. 194 persons receved I May 1 90 65 .00
Aid to the Disabled in'the amountof
, '. Foster again over his opponent Ed John Hiatt. May 2 88 65 .49
Nelson by a vote of 17,676 to 12- Paul T. Douglas,of Lake Worth I $11,149.00. I May 3 89 64 1.50
In adition 454 children received
: 593. Foster has served 12 years on led the voting in the race for the i Normal April rainfall 3.35.
\ the board and is vice chairman. Democratic nomination for County' service during the month, 173 of April 1960 rainfall 4.33.
Judge in Tuesday's primary elec- whom were in foster homes. The Normal May rainfall 3.92.

tion. However, he.will oppose JohnE. total state and local cost for these May I960 rainfall to date 1.99.

THE, WINNER JOHN KIRKOf Born in a run-off election in, child welfare services was .$13.125.13. .- ,
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in which one three weeks.
the
I eight races There were 6 adoption petitions Mr. and Mrs. Buck Pool, who
off John L. Remsen, garnered 24,082;
Democrat against
squared studied for the Circuit Court. Theseare have been making their,home in
another in the Palm Beach Coun-, votes over AltonVIllams' 6,669
children placed in homes independent Pahokee while he was employed as
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ty'primary Tuesday, biggestand
;.. I Board. of, service through a announcer on radio station WRIM,
Sheriff John F.
closest
... saw licensed child placing agency, and are moving to Swainsboro, Ga., this
.YJI a .fr fYxif Kirk defeat Hugh Brown, 19,925 to -11-
the Welfare Board is responsible week.
16,843. The combined total rackedup

by the two men, 35,868, ran Bill Moss To Be I

more than 3,000 votes higher than II I,fr.H..H"H-frfrHMH-'H-I ; I I I I I I I lIt : I I I J I I I I I 1 1.1 I

,; .. i the combined vote in mqst other: Installed PTA Head
13tP ? S races. -
\ THEATRESPRINCE
W. O. .(Bill) Moss, who was reelected -

'. ALEX WINS AGAIN for a second. term of officeas

43.x... president of the Pahokee Par R I N C. E .- LAKE DRIVE-IN ''
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ent-Teacher Association, and oth- ".*
Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
er newly elected officers, will-be I 1 _
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}}k %Y Mvrl the high school\ auditorium, Mon- SUNDAYMONDAY -TUESDAY
day night at 8 p. m. Mrs. John SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY any 8-9-10

I Dulany of Belle Glade, past president MAY 8-9-10
O'Gill and the
0 .hs 's Cc4 .b. 0 SVo will serve as installing of- "Dapby

fir:4? wrb:4 ficer. On the program the girls of Little People" (
MILTON CARPENTER "Solomon & Sheb
Mrs. Doris Lane's home economics :
ALBERT SHARPE AND
' Milton Carpenter of Belle' Glade classes at PHS will act as modelsin .. I

, defeated incumbent school board I I a fashion show, displaying garments YUL BRYNNER, .AND JANET BIUNRO : I 4 I
member, Henry Earwood of Belle I they made under:Mrs.Lane's GINA LOLLOBRIGIDATHE, AT51O -
II instruction. Mrs. R. Lemonds is GOLDEN AGE OF
Glade by a vote at 15,601 to 13178.: N. \
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ALEX ARNETTEThe
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up by any candidate in Tuesday's t q afyW ii
Democratic Primary in Palm i
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Beach County was the 23,695 poll- iI
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a veteran campaigner who relies 1 ,
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GEMMETT a sincere request for a vote. I -/s -
His opponent, Horace Miller, isi
a member of the West Palm Beach I
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City 'Commission, and is employedby ; rar

S. ROBERTS an abstract and title company, .
:. a job' which keeps ,him much of
State Representative EmmettS. the time in Arnette's office. "

Roberts of Belle Glade retainedhis -- .
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seat in the legislature by decisively -
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West Palm Beach by a vote of 21- To Attend'Meeting 't-4 !
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to 7,661.
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week's Thursday luncheon made
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tentative, plans to attend the Rcf- ; :.. t ; ;:: -

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Miami Beach May. 30-June 2. It is
expected',;ZOo embers of the P"a- L44j ; -} rn' J.f

hokee Club will attend the model

Rotary luncheon at the convention,
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eight having already registered for. ff
this event.

Guest speaker was the Rev. Robert -

'A. Shelley, pastor fo the Canal- .
Point Methodist Church, who told -
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the Rotarians that every man years won again

should, from time to time in' the
hustle and bustle of everyday living 1959'S BIGGEST SALES SUCCESS IS GOING STRONGER THAN EVER IN 1960. ONE \

pause long enough to take spir- LOOK AT THOSE: BEAUTIFULLY PROPORTIONED LINES AND' VOU'LL KNOW WMYI
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itual inventory and answer, to the Within one yea from Introduction, the Ford Thunderbird's own V-8 engine.

. II I I I satisfaction of his'inner conscience Gakxie, the-TEi deriinLof the low-price field. And for 1960, Galaxie has more room for six
I three questions asked by God in has become the world jbest-selling! series. For passengers than ever before!
I the Garden of Eden, 'Where Art 1960 it i&even,more sensational.Inside Yet, all-new and elegant as the Galaxie is, it
Thou", i4What Hast Thou Done?" -aad om style and luxury, the still sports a low Ford price tag. So take a tip! <. .'
and "Where is Thy Brother?" He Galaxie &'uiiim&fokably: 'I1iunde bird. from all America. Come te orive the 1960

was introduced by B. A. Belcher, i For power. ye ian haye."the"lightning"of the Galaxiethe best-selling car in the world.Cornere& .
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program chairman. :; ASSfcfcfffi' : v7J7'r -

ROY E. MICHAEL t .- the Wonderful New World of Fords at your Ford Dealer's F.D.A.F. '
Dr. and'Mrs. Gofdon Schuettler, .
Roy E, :Michael, Jr., of Lake former Pahokee residents now liv-
Worth won his-re-election to the ing in Okechobee,'visited Mr. and Motor

County Commisson over his fellowtownsmah 14ir George Ramey here Sunday, Pahokee Company
Andy Andrews of MM. Ramey being patient at the '_

Lake.Worth by a score' '
to 12,574.. .*, \. ;: that time. --:- SSE *FOBB STARUME" IN LIVING COLOR TUESDAYS ON NBC-TV --
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