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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: May 20, 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: UF00079910:00021
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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May 20,1960 PUBLISHED" WEEKLY CANAL PO/NT By PAUL RARDIN'j



' CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Ag Club Speaker Annual Dinner By I 20 Years' Success Pahokee Lions 4-H Clubbers wnT

FP&L Employees Hear Mrs. ThiebaudAn I

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IsOurCountyAgent : County .
Florida Power and Light Com- expenditure of '$140 for corrective ,

pany held their annual dinner lenses, complete with
.:M. U. "Red"- Mounts Dean of Dealers Pahokee High School Band frames, for children with defective Janette ;Harrington, an individ-
meeting Tuesday, May
Florida's County Agricultural_ will celebrate the 20th anniversaryof vision was reported by the sight ual 4-H Clubber and president of
10, 1960 at the Pahokee School
Agents, was guest, speaker of the its founding in,a,public performance conservation committee of the Pa- the Palm Beach County 4-H' Coun-
USDA Club luncheon at its monthly Cafeteria in Pahokee. These an- to be known as the '20th An- hokee Lions Club at the weekly cil, was judged to have had the
meeting held May 11th at thee nual meeting throughout the state niversary Concert; in the high luncheon meeting W. A. Bill Reynolds most outstanding poultry project
\ Community. .Building at Canal give members of Florida Power school auditorium, Sunday,.May 22, i reported the club netted $150 in the County'during the past year
Point. He spoke on the develop- and Light an opportunity to meet starting at 3:30 p m. All alumni from its sale qf mops and brooms, at the annual 4-H Club County
ment and growth' of Palm Beach with all dealers and personnel con- members of the band are invited to a fund-raising project. The club Achievement Day held in the
County Agriculture Research and nected with.-the building or wiring attend as guests of honor, together also received $41.25 from a corn- Mounts Building on Military Trail.
Extension work, particularly of trade. These meetings also pro- with their families, and will be guessing contest, according to ,A. Daughter'' f +Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
the Glades Area. vide an opportunity for discussingnew given special recognition after the J. Gamot.On Harrington of Canal Point Janettewas
., Mr. Mounts has been with Palm and better improvements for concert. the program Mrs.W. A.Thie awarded for the second con-
Beach County .for 34 years (30 of Modern Electrical Living. Approximately On the podium.directing the mu- baud of Belle Glade spoke on"The secutive year a district poultry I
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them as agent). He,began work.on 62 dealers, electrical'contractors sicians will be Bandmaster Robert Music of Stephen Foster." Miss scholarship to attend the Girls'
Sept. 1,1925 as the 1st, and at that ,' builders, and plumbers O. Lampi who came to Pahokee Linda Evans sang some of Foster's 4-H Short Course at Florida State. {
time the only Assistant Palm with their representatives were with his family from New Port songs, accompanied at the piano University Tallahassee, June 6-11. 4
Beach County Agent. "Each farmis present. Richie 20 years ago to organizethe by Brown Settertind, Jr., pianist. Walter arker of Canal Point
bigger now than it was'in,1925," e.. .. Pahokee High School Band, '_ !AI was awarded:'a State scholarship to
he relates. "When I first hit the Since then, year after year, the attend the Boys' 4-H Short Courseat
Garden Gulf Stream In
Club
County, the average farm ,was 40 Holds PHS Band, under Mr. Lampi's the University of Florida, Gain-
; acres. In the 1955 census the aver- tutelage and direction, has performed I I esville, June 1318.
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age wasx600 acres. Palm Beach installing Meet at a high level of excellence Scout Election \Other 4-H Clubbers of the Glades
'1'/ County grows more winter Green and at the annual State Band area who received awards at the
beans and sweeVcorn than any Contests has consistently been Achievement Day program wee
other County to the U. S.V Mr. Mrs. Henry L. Pennock ot judged one of the top high school At the Glades district meetingof Elizabeth Gist Canal Point, most
Mounts has received several awards Jupiter, director of. ,District 10 bandS in its class jn the State. Last the Gulf Stream Council Boy outstanding clothing:project, junior
including the USDA's superior ser- ,State Federation of Garden Clubs, year, for the second year in succession Scouts the following officers,were division; Nancy Harrington, Canal'.
vice award, personally handed him served, as installing officer .at the the PHS ,Band,was among elected. Mr. Herman Close, Dis- Point, most outstanding entomological -
e (to 1959) by Secretary of Agri- annual; joint installation luncheonof he musical groups featured in i trict Chairman, Mr. R B. Simon- i project junior division;
curtural 'E. T. Benson. He"t Id the Canal Point Garden Club /First Chair of America, a national son Advancement Chairman, Mr.Allen Teddy McCall, Canal Point, most
of the origin of.. the. Everglades the P.ahokee Garden; Club and thesodbti year .book, honoring,; outstanding Marcum of Okecho ee* ;Finance : outsta ding dairy project, junior '
.J cperimental:! Station' ,"f jQ jftbe, : ,rs G ai deu gIeait.iffiliatd high ;school.:.and" Hegejband*, .orchestras Chairman with Belle Glade division. ;. Lynn' Nicely, Pahokee.
early :days, ?f aimers' were; suspJc-. ,ef the .Eahokee Club:);field; and other musical aggregations and 'Clewistqn fiiniia' iIng-tdmm1t- most outstanding beef cattle pro-
t ious: of I the Experimental Staton.. ,Tuesday in the Community Building throughout the..nation. tees under Mr. dose. All 'troops ject.'Speclal' ; 't'e recognition was given.
One worker even said"it took: 15 'at Canal Point. Seniors scheduled for''graduation were represented at the' meetingand to the South Bay 4-H Clubs for
(continuea on page 8) Members of the Canal,, Point June 9, who will be making it is a good organization andI the best all-round, projects.
". Club, In charge of the decorations,, their last appearance as musiciansin am sure much will be accomp- .. .. .. 4 -
used "spring hats" as the theme the band include' Shirley Culberson lished during the coming year.
Home Town Story for the decorative scheme. Center Myra Jones, Penny Sasser, Harry Cunningham, Troop LIbrarian Time To,Pay-For, i
of attraction was a "hat tree" from Dorothy Hatton and Jane Ryals, is diligently trying to get
Is Being Filmed the branches of. which, were su- all clarinetists; Edwina H'rniphrey, a Troop Library available to scouts Streetlights I
spended miniature hats of varied flute; Sylvia Parrish, cornet; Becky who are trying to get merit badgeson ,
color; and..design. On the tables Barwick baritone saxophone; the various subjects. Anyone
*'The Pahokee Story Home TownU. were arrangements of spring flow- (continued on page 8) having books! they would like toy Canal Point Lions at their week-'
S. A.", is being filmed in the ers centered with flowertrimmedhats donate please bring to the scout ly dinner meeting in the Community -
Pahokee and Canal'Point area, and of tulle.' meeting on "Friday night or call Building discussed the progress .(
will be shown :in sound and color Kindergarten. To 2172 and will be
In the installation ceremony Mrs. Harry at they being made on their current project -
ab the Prince Theatre. At a later Pennock likened the new officers picked up. ,. the raising of sufficient funds
',date the management of the Gold- to .the varied parts of a stained Graduate Class The Boy Scout Flag Sale has to cover the cost of street lights'
Dobrow Theatres will announce glass window, which, together,8.8 a gone very well: but we Scouts still for one year in the..community.of
the exact play dates of this movie. unit' contribute to the beauty of a have flags for sale. In case you Canal Point which is not an incorporated
The Capri Producers of Bonita community. She presented to the Mrs. Arch Blakey has completed haven't been contacted to buy a town., As a public service !
I Springs Florida have been filming officers as gifts ceramfc paper plans for graduation exercises at flag and you want to buy one the Lions Club acts as agent
church scenes, sunrise services, weights which slie had made of 7:45 p. m.. May 28,. in the high please .call 563-7113-7213 or 7749 for the community in entering con-
and all local civic clubs the of after 3:30 P. M. and a Scout will
golf course colored glass. Corsages were presented school auditorium for pupils tract annually with the Florida
'schools, inndustries, newspapers, I. to the new officers and the her private kindergarten class wiio gladly call on you for your order. Power and.Light'Company to furnish ;
radio stations, and county and city installing officer by Mrs. Norman will enroll in the first grade of Reported by Wayne Ludlam street lights. .
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.. \.oIlicla1s. .... (continued. onpage 8) : public elementary school next fall. W. W. White ,chairman of the
1..tJ >jAl] Mayer, cameraman in'charge, > r ..' : The children will present a program FFA Group Will committee in charge of this project ..
i i4s'widely! known,to New York. ,and of and recitations. -
: East]; Lake School II songs reported that letters are being sent
_,- locally in Miamiwhere he has titled "Down by*the Station" Linda Hear Prin. Eissey.- ;;., to all residents who benefit from
i; _, :;: f performed camera work.,:to movies Gets,4,New.Robnis ; Woofter, pi8f; swill,. play. the principal the street'lights, asking for contributions -
made there processionaL Edward of the
r recently. to the fund. It is necessary
:: 0' \ Carl Warner who was associated A ,contract .for the constructionof Miniature Diplomas win be pre Greenacres School; will be guest to raise between seven and eight
;. .. *with the late Mike Todd-as techni- four additional classrooms at sented to Cathy Wilkinson, Cathy 'speaker at the annual banquet of hundred dollars each year to cover '
cal director will occupy the same the East Lake School at a cost of Kautz, Kathy Jean Connell, Debbie the Pahokee High School Chaptersof the cost of' the street'lighting, Mr. "V
: position in this production. It is $46,650 has been awarded to Blan- Dickson, Debbie Cowart, Debbie the Future Farmers of Americaand White said. President James Gib-. *
one hour and. ten minutes long. ton and UL win, Pahokee contract- Miner, Olivia Kay Stapler, Janice the Future Homemakers of son presided. *.:" .*
-' .- ing firm, low bidder, by the Palm Pickren, Donna Poteete. Karen America to be held in the school i''' .- .i
Fifth Graders Beach County Board of Public Instruction Aldridge, Karen Mapkey, Jolene cafeteria this Friday night at 8 Two Teams Enter .
according to T W. Wilkinson Jackie Lynn Sims, Ly- p. m. The FFA boys'Noma Nor
Enjoy Field Trip Knight, board member. These new dia Ann Hillier Brenda Mills, Joy man, chapter advisor, will be | In The Little League '
school rooms which will be builtas Geraghty, Cindy Pickett, Randie charge of the opening part of the
: The children of Mrs. Charlotte a second story on the four built Nagler, Marcia Dobrow, Mark program and the FHA Girls, Mrs. Two teams from Pahokee will
'. Walston's Fifth Grade at the Ca- last summer, will provide enough I Wetherington, Mark Parker, Jim Doris Lane, leader, wil present the participate in this year's Little
: .( r nal Point School enjoyed a field classroom space to convert the I Shirley Ernest Johnson Johnny last part. League baseball games in Belle
..: trip to Pahokee where they visited East Lake School into a complete Stuart. John Nicely, Len Dobrow, i Glade. On team sponsored by
Mrs Frank Friend past presidentof 12-grade elementary, junior andsenior Lin Gillis, Benjy Magrill. Breezy Commencement PHS Jack Spencer's'Market, will have
the Pahokee Garden Club, and high: schools for Negro students McKinstry, Joe Kent Carr, Stevie Alvy Early manager and coach
saw the many articles of handiwork of the Pahokee-Canal Point Schmidt, John' Rory Collier, Philip Is Set For June 9 and the other team, sponsored by
t r:. Mrs. Friend has made in her area, Mr. Knight.said. White, Kim Wiliams and Mel Joe Hatton, Iric.. win\ be managedby
club work. Refreshments were Spooner. I Thursday night, June 9, has been Dow McClelland.All games will
c t; ,' served by,Mrs. Friend,Assisted by Mrs, Grady Chancellor and Mrs. Blakey started her private set as the date for the commencement be played in Belle Glade, starting
i i her daughters, Mrs. J. L. Tyson, daughter, Mrs.: C. R. Wethering- kindergarten in Pahokee 13 years exercises of the Pahokee High Tuesday of this "week. V
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,Jr.... Mrs F. H. Poteete and Mrs. ton and son, attended the homecoming ago and her first class of five- School graduating class of 1960 i-.
F W. O. (Bill) Moss.- .- at .the First:Baptist Church year-olds will be graduating from The Baccalaureate services will Mrs. J. R, York has returned to
G .-'. .:.. ? in ,Loxahatchee Sunday Mrs. high school this June. This class be held 'SundaY evening, June 5. her home'hi Pahokee from a visit
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...." '}'Ir. and him. C. L.Shirley, Jr.. Chancellor's son-in-law, the Rev, included Sylvia Parrish Harleen Details of these events are to be with her son-in-law and daughter -
4' had. as guests Siturdaylir. : and James L. Merrell, is pastor of the Williams. Tommie Holden, Bennie released for publication by. school Mr. and Mr ii:;.Browning Roach,
'.:" 'v Mrs. Bob Hercheck: Miami." :Loxahatchee hurch..a (continued on page "8) ,officials, at a later date. and family ,at' Mafyville.c.4: ,;Te'nn.. ,oO

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The Everglades News Is Entered the Post Office FOR: TAX ASSESSORPaid

.In._Canal Point,_Florida_ as Second Class MatterS : .

Paul 11in- Owner, Editor, Publisher Pol. Adv.)
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At Pahokee P A Car CrashMrs. J
rtr' Mr. and Mrs.: Myron Lipe (May AT THE HOSPITAL CHICKEN SUPPER TONIGHT

... ,.- Royston) of Belle. Glade announce Members of the Church of God

:Mrs. Charlotte Walston and'Mrs.Jess Milton S. Haggins is a pa- the"birth of a son Byron Cornelius Among the! patients at the Ever- of Prophecy of Pahokee will hold p

M. Elliott entertained at the tieijt at the Everglades ,Memorial at the Everglades Memorial Hospital glades Memorial Hospital Wednes- a chicken supper tonight at the

Elliott home on East Main St. with Hospital where she is being-treat- May 14. day were Jesse York, Mrs. Violet Community Building in Canal

a progressive Coke party honor- ed for injuries received in a car I White, Mrs. Marie Markowitz, Mrs. Point. There will be fried chicken,

Ing Mrs. Elliott's mother, Mrs. accident Sunday afternoon. The Mrs. J. N. Cross has returned Audrey Haggins Mrs. Charlotts chicken and dumplings and many

Emma Wheeler, who recently returned Haggins family were out for a from Macon, Ga., where ,she was II I Braddock Sybil Harrington, Steve other delectable foods. Money

to Pahokee after a visit of Sunday afternoon drive in 'their called by the death of a nephew, Maxson, Diann Storey, Arnold raised will go toward thec hurch

several weeks with her daughter, new Ford station wagon, with S.T. Ray. I Britt and lira j&hel Murray fund..

Mrs. P. A. Wlerman and'family in Milton Spooner, Jr., .16, at ,the I S -.. ...' .- I

Pasadena, Calif. Arrangements ofspring :wheel, when ,the car collided head- -:: .'

flowers were used by the on with another vehicle while .... .... . II I
hostess for the table decora ns. making a left turn at Canal Point.I

Mrs. Paul Rardin, 'Mr Jean Ba-, All 10 of the occupants of the station .- 'I

IQO ani) M72 Curt) Ch 'eatatar'4' wagon were taken. to the ,
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HELPS .RADIOT11ON qktSt SOOTY tasedf: erceg. ; "
:Mrs. :Haggins who is reported J \<,
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Ihe Pahokee High School Band, violently I
the windshield by_the impact. .,
underthe direction of Bandmaster
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Robert O. Lampi assisted with, the -- -S I '

%radiothon for the Pahokee Youth Eastern Star InSpecial I

Center on Thursday of this weekS Program

by playing several numbers hi the x

band room pn the campus) which -
S were picked up by remote control Mrs. Eunice Hughes presented a

and broadcast over "WRJMi V/Y special{program, Ignoring mothers ; v 4 it .
;"at the..'meet1n of PahokeChap

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in the Masonic Hall, with Mrs.
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Classified Ads Angelea Sears, worthy matron,.and )

J. H. ,Bordeaux, worthy patron,
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presiding. Mrs. Eleanor ,Bordeaux, 1, St -
SFORSALENiwandufly3 Mrs.Jla Howell and Mrs. Eva Gulls 7sS ::
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Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage acted, as hostesses during the serv- SS S $ II

In Belle Glade, Phone 3058. ing of refreshments following the ..\

Oct. 17-M-ch.. meeting.

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SUBSCRIPTION expiration datesto .
Louis ;Davis has returned from
this newspaper are markedon
label to Baker Fla-, where he was called .
your name as it comes .Je'
you each week. Check the, date on by the death oft his sister, Mrs. WjJV1 ,.

p yours. That is:your date to renewS Pauline.,Batson. : {

We'll.be looking fora check. _... ___ ___ I .
\iJUol6 run BIDS '.* i '.
Thanks: The.Evergfades News. Sealed bids will be received by the ,.. ..
Northwestern Palm Beach '
County Pub- .
PRINTING OP ALL "KINDS. If Uc_Hoapital. Board doing.business as \ ti:;. '
ed cards letterheads Everglades Memorial Hospital. ,At 1749 ., .
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., statements; ;:-bill'heads, handbills to .S.-OO P,. M. J!:. 8..-T.. ,June 20, 1960. I I.. \. .
at;.which time.bids.wUlJse.ppened. for
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sale of the following: described property ,, I ..\ ;
line just step tO.thehbne and call to the hospital:. .'. < "I '
'i.EV.e Iads :& ii ')f c&iai 1. Not: 'less than three nor' more 4
than five _
new 220 Volt A. C.. 60 .. 0
Point, "No '2661. We are experts in .cycles drawer type automatic : ',f........, 'jL_ < ,
excellent ..prtn rig and mount straight cooling air conditioners .
producing With minimum Of 12000 .. USE :&fv ;
btir price's' are In line with out> ,,of B. T. U,rating. ,. YOUR OWN :ADJECTIVES describe d >> .. :;, >- { .
'who 'to 'the 2. Not less than four nor.more than '" ,.,,'.' .:'
ovn # ers come seven new 220 Volt A. C. 60 cycles .Southern Bell's outstanding films I aIIUW-WWO 2J. .31: nsfi ti' "" 'tta : :,;; .r-'.'.. -
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Grades f or printingljusiness.\ Pleas* drawer, type._ automatic mount 54{ .4 Y 5 < ::1.'f. .: _; t','
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give: us a call.Phone 2661. With mtr>lm TT of 7500 B, T. U. S .... '4' :-''' tours'available to 1 for ,,'f1. ,_ J :
"telephone as
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SERVICE STATION 'and Garage 3. AU unit purchased shall be covered ,, 4 ; ;' .
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'for rent 'or for l a1e. Call '2351 > by over all one year warranty \ 5' church, s hool, civic and business groups. '. : -i-
and an additional five year war- ;. \
or 2131, ''Canal Point Fla. ''M13-C 'ranty.of the entire sealed.system. S :
4. Price shall Include Installation ; : p

.WANT_ TO BUY 'a land leveler. by awning the successful type windows bidder cJAp In a hospital workmanlike Flan your own showing of such talked about national : .
Call Lake .Okeechobee Coop at manner and payment of all '
Phone 4781. It license fees and other costs thereof. : TV shows as "rh 5UphaBet ConspilacClHemo the .
*.5. Bidder shall also offer as a sep -
arate bid. a complete service '
contract -
IS' YOUR ,SUBSCRIPTION 'past for all part and labor. cover- Magnificent". Or select from many other types and .,
due? If you're going on vacation In-. the units Installed1 at an ant t S S- 4-

let us have a check before you" DUal thereof rate from with year option to for year extension by the ; S. subjects-music, drama, science S safety S or good .;,1 S:

go. Send $2.00 said we'll renew hospital .for, .-.total of not .more ,"
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for, one The .. than five years. S I
your paper tear- G. AU tax: charged shall be stated telephone usage. :
Everglades News, Canal Point, as a separate Item on the bid.._ _.. ,.
AU bids must be In a sealed envelope
Fla. addressed to the Northwestern Palm 4S _, -k r t
Beach.County Public Hospital Board.,at 5 To obtain a copy of our Program Catalog, borrow films, I'
HAD A VISITOR Give 2681 a : the above address. clearly marked on '
ring and let know about It ; the outside "Bidson Air Conditioners", .5 \ :5' I
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The hospital may purchase any number .C / .arrange tours! or lectures without charge, just call ;
and we- will be happy to put the of the units at the price stated : : ,
item in personal olumn.Of" within the limits described above. The '
our news
'I bidder shall also state the time within : Belle Glade WY6-9011. ., !
course, there is NO CHARGE.I which work shall begin and .be com S .
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I option. accept or reject the. maintenance I I
contract bid from the successful
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meeting this week? We would be The Boardreserves the risht to valve -S 5 iT- \ 7 ; ; cS. I
fonnalltltes of any bid and to accept .
glad to know about it and will, Southern
use reject, or modify an* or all bids. = JB.II
it item LUKE W. DUFRreiK. administrator ';< .
as a news. if you'll just: Northwestern Palm Beach .$ .1
give us a ring ,at, 2661. Thanks. r Countv P"hl* HnlM Board .;( iJIItk I fid iw t
The Everglades News. There is no doing bu-ine** as Everglades* *5 .

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,, : .:: g?,Four The Everglades News,Canal Feint Florida r*": Friday May.20,1960
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? Beverly. Lindsay. I Mrs. Moore Heads' :. 'l. They:Successfully Sought Quarter Million To Start 'Boca:_ UniversityThis ,

',' ,' ChapterMrs.
- Weds. ,Chat- Clark, Sorority

,.. Mr.,and Mr-;.William E. Lindsay James Moore was installednew 1

" \ of Pine Bluff. Ark., announce the president of the Beta' Omic-!
. marriage of their daughter Beverly ron Chapter, Beta Sigma ?Phi:. Sorority '1
",- Jane, to Chatrick Lamar (Chat) I at a meeting at the home of t
Clark, son- of Mr. and Mrs. T. C.j Mrs. Carl Mindlin, with Mrs. R.J I F :
Clark of Pahokee. I'C., Lane, past president, acting as I J -'. ; ;

.. .' The wedding took place at the, installing officer. Other new officers -!' t -4 4
Grace Methodist Church Greenville inducted were Mrs. Don} Yi4

Miss.. Jan. 9. 1960. with the Zaccagninn vice Dresident; Mrs.(
::". Rev. C. C. Wiggers, pastor of Frank Gillis, recording secretary;
; ficiating.. Mrs. Myra Bass, treasurer, and I ;: x
i.. The bride, a graduate of the I }.{h. Julian Branch,

( Pine Bluff High School, ,attended I ing secretary.-_.. correspond-I'
Henderson State Teachers College, )
Arkadelphia, Ark. and is now-.a,I Pepsi-Cola-Will I
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student at Arkansas A. & M. : $S
"' Miss Florida
' + ]ege, Monticello, Ark. cOl.1,.Sponsor

.. After graduating from
High School, Mr.. Clark served in SARASOTA The PepsiColaCo '
I the U. S.. Army for two years. and 41 I Is ; and its Florida bottlers will 4
f now attending Arkansas A. & Mel once again provide the Miss Florida -
, As a member of the A.,& M. Boll Pageant with educational
Weavil football team, he was nam- scholarships amounting, to $2,500to
ed on the all-Arkansas Intercollegiate be awarded to the top five fi- }
Conference 1959 team. nalists. The scholarships amount-
The couple plan to make their ing to $2,500 to be awarded to the
home'in'Monticello until they com- top five finalists. The scholarshipsmay

plete their. studies. at Arkansas A. be used at any accredited col-
& M.-: '_' lege university or for any special

the committee. Q
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I May 27,has been set as the date Miss Florida of 1960 will receivea
for the' "annual banquet given to $1,000 scholarship. First and sec- group representing the area row, left to right, Alvin Morland, Vincent J. Burkhardt, Chairman
members of the Pahokee High ond runners-up will receive $500 from Indian River County south to Manager, Fort Pierce Chamber of) Committee of 100, West Palm
SCh 1'Band,by the Band Parents each, with third and fourth run- Broward and west to Okeechobee Commerce; Luther Jones Editor Beach; Sam Safris: Director of
Association.: ners-up each getting $2:>0. flew to 'Tallahassee Tuesday in a Belle Glade Herald; Jack Baxter, Operations, Butler Aviation, West

. .' The 196Q Pageant will be held in successful effort to gain State I Vice-President Sebastian Area Palm Beach;' Rep. A. J. Ryan,
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:Melinda: Graham n, daughter of Sarasota from-June. 23 through 25.} Board of Education approval of the Chamber of Commerce; Courtney Broward County; Wright Vermilya

Dr., and Mrs. E. J. Graham, and proposed Boca Raton Universityand I Boone Mayor, City of Boca Ra- HI, Butler Aviation, West Palm
Railroad $260,0<}o in funds for ton J. Blank Jr. Palm
Debbi$$PAijsh, daughter of Mr. MergerIs planning ; Rep. Ralph Beach. .
the from the trustees of the -
project Beach County; Rep. Allan Mark- '.
and Mrs1ftS.; Parrish, were received Being Planned .
State Internal Improvement Fund. ham, Okeechobee County; Hal Al- TRAINING DAY
: :as'new members of the Pahokeft'Fifst -
'Methodist Church Sun- Top row, left to right, P. P. de- len, Editor in Chief, Palm Beach Canal Point Women's Society cf
RICHMOND Va. John W. President, Resources Development Christian Service officers train-
day 3>n:jconftssion of faith. Moya Post-Times; Thomas ,F. Fleming, I ,
;+ Smith, president of the SeaboardAir Board of Palm Beach Jr., Chairman University Committee ing Day will be held at 10:00 A. M.
Lin.e Railroad, has announced County; R. D. Hill, Education Com- Resources Development Board Thursday May 26, at Stuart, Flor
.. efforts are being made to ,call a mittee Chairman,. ,Resources De. of Palm Beach County; Harvey ida. Bring your own sandwiches
special meeting May 19 to considera velopment' Board of Palm Beach Call, Editor Pompano Beach Sun- for the luncheon. -
proposed merger with, the Atlantic County; Lake Lytal, Vice'' Chair- Sentinel; Art Keil Manager, Re- .
Coast Line Railroad. man'Palm Beach County Commis sources Development Board: ,of A. R. Chastain entered Mt.
Smith said, however there is I sion; Ed F. Reddy, Vice President P. B. County. Front row, left to Siani hospital hi' Miami Beach
,t still a, terrific amount of work to West Palm Beac'i Chamber of right, Robert H. Zimmer,Chairman Monday for test and treatment.Mrs. .
be done.on the merger study. I Commerce; Rep. Emmett S. Rob- Education Committee, West Palm Chastain has taken a room to
W. Thomas Rice, Coast Line erts, Palm Beach County. Second Beach, Chamber of Commerce; be at his bedside.
M president, said he could not comment -I ,
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I The two railroads have been con- !:

sidering consolidation since _1958. ;
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Both companies,have been analyz- !

ing als. studies-of, the merger propos-' Voters Please Thin 1 !


Mr. and Mrs. R.'D. Welker (San-

I dra Long) of Minneapolis, Minn., ,
announce the birth of a daughter, -\
Andrea Lynn, at a Minneapolis I
hospital, May 11.. Dr. and Mrs. R <-

R. Long grandparents.of Pahokee are the maternal i Y.teaa NO CRIMINAL LAW -

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Cpl. James L. (Rusty) Hall, !
home on leave from the U. S. Ma-I PARTN'ERSHIPCO.NNECTIONS
Qualified Far
by rine Corps after 16 months of over-j X.

: seas duty in Okinawa, and Gene I IPugh I
VOTf MAY 24
were visitors in Key West
over the weekend.

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I. AS A 10.YEAK' VETERAN STAT UCISIATOR. ) : ; : .:"'..' t, ,.. .. :.. J
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INTRODUCED end Mpd pass tfc. bill ft .. .
re.rgaaise theINTRODUCED D atjItO't7t'fl-f: : ;!:/: : I ;- 1i. vi;; .._ : 'w

:t cad tt Ip.4 Pas Hi. bill I r 'ftJS'E'EiENCED ,f.-ir"r
that iicrtosed ttochtrs solerto.INTRODUCED' .

I end helped pass tb" bill 4 Years-6,000 Cases as Judge of Riviera Beach Court I

that protects synagosvcs; durche end .. II
schools against bombing end the piblic I
against. lion telephone colls. VOTE MAY 24th 5
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PROVEN ; PERFORMANCE j standards of this Court, as in the past. .
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As Your 2. To; recognize that present traffic conditions make (

.' some accidents inevitable-and fine accordingly', E
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,: -_ Friday,May 20, 1S60 _* The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida '.. ti Page"'Flve

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/',' \ Make Regular.. TripsTo D?T; Connell, pioneer _Canal 1,!rs. George B. Ramey left Tuesday -

: Point,resident\ and groceryman, for Spring Hill, Kans. to visit
: I $ Visit Mr Crews who has been a semi-Invalid PERSONALNENOTESjMrs. I her husband's mother, Mrs. Mattie
: -- his home north of Canal Point
Mrs. Andy Nycheck of Fort since suffering a stroke several ,Ramey who is ill, and other rel-
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." : ers Is spending this weejc in 1rY-1 I years ago, is critically ill at St. atives. Mr. Ramey took her to
Dorsey Pugh is a guest of ,Mr. and ,Mrs. Jess Smith visited I hokee with her sister, :'Mrs. Josh Mary's Hospital West Palm Beach West Palm Beach where she boarded -
: her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Crews, and son. Mrs. Crews and following a recent leg amputation. a train for Kansas City.
and Mrs. Osborn Belyeu, in Mi- Wilson, and her brother C. B;I Mrs. Nycheck are'making frequent
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ami this week Davis; in Paliokee over the week- trips to Fort Pierce to visit Mrs. n r .
end. Crew's husband, who Is a patientat +H-H-rH-H-H-H-: : : : : :-:+:--H-.e-: : : : :-\--H--h'
Mr. and Mrs. M, J. Scpp:; residents '
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of Canal Point for the past Mrs. A. Q. Howell and son, hospital wherehe I MY SINCERE THANKS FOR.
is being treated for serious injuries :! :E
,several years have moved into the Wiley pent the weekend In Im- I
received late g YOUR SUPPORT
Sautrday MAY 3RD
Abbey residence ,on Barfield Highway -i mokalee with Mr. Howell who's night.
Mr. Crews, a tugboat .f.
Pahoke, which they recently: supervising the construction of' anew operatorfor HBBBBBBBB I ASK YOUX CONTINUED :tt.
purchased. i home there. the Arundel Corp., was hurt SUPPORT ON MAY 24th :,
I while operating his tugboat in the
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Mr. and Mrs...M.D. Geiger had I Mr. and Mrs. J. T.BoyntQn and Indian River at the edge of Fort PULL LEVERHorace 17 -t

as guests Dr. Elmo Scoggi.is children Mrs. Paul Sasser and Pierce harbor when, the chain.
former pastor' of the Canal Point children and Mr, and Mrs, Jack around a swinging pipe slipped.I! Beasley i

Missionary Baptist.' Church now a Phillips and children enjoyed a letting the pipe fall and knocking t f
professor at Wake Forest College, boat trip on Lake Okeechobee Sun- him into the water. He was pulled I !
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Wrnston-Salem N. C.; and Dr. day from Pahokee to Moore Haven out of the water by crewmen of I ,

Wetherspoon',.:Professors Briggs and back. the dredge Hallandale, working OFREGISTRATION !:
Trotter and Sestrunk, all members: nearby, and was taken to the hos-
of Wake' Mrs. E. W.Brander, former Ca- .
the ..Forest faculty.Mr. pital where Jtwas reported he suffered -
nal Point resident now ,living in
a fractured skull collar bone
and Mrs,' J.., L. Tyson: Jr., Palm Beach was the guest of Mr. and several ribs. t 3 I HAVE NEVER HELD A POLITICAL -
r had as guests the;first of the week and Mrs. Glenn Powell here the C JOB, THEREFORE I DONor

his mother,Mrs. Tyson,of Tampa, past week. Mr and.,Mrs. W. R..Shackford I HAVE ANY POLITICAL CONNECTIONS MY ONLY OBLIGATION

\ andhis, aunt,..Mrs.' ',;Emmett. Dent,: Mrs. C. B.Jones and Alton Jones had as guests over the weekend IS TO THE PEOPLE OF PALM BEACH-COUNTY"

Of MississippT, ? were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Char-. their son-in-law and daughter Mr.t REGISTER EASILY, WITH BEASLEY

Mr. and Mrs. James Caufield and les Jones in Ft. Myers Beach the and Mrs. Harry Dermody of Miami. J (Pale Political Adv.?
children Rayon, Joan and James, past weekend. .*, 1 1 :-H-1-HfrW-I 1 : : 1 -: : 1 1 : :': 1 : : : f t : : : : I I :' ft 1 : : I I : I lr .

Jr., of Morristown, N. Y., are Mrs. Mason Golden of Pahokee
guests of their aunt, Mrs. Marty entertained at her home Saturday I : I H1 <.fr-Ifr !.|. .f..;.,|..},.;.-i..;.,}..;.fr.;,-:HI"H' { : 1 I 1 H 1 1 1 H 1- !-I-! ! frI-*? -H t H I H+
Carstens. and cousin, Mrs. Fern
afternoon with a wiener roast hon
Frank and famly in Pahokee this
week. oring birthday her son anniversary.Royce on his Refresh-nineth Ralph Blank's Legislative Achievements

:Mrs. Seth W. Roberts has returned ments were enjoyed by all.
Across Palm Beach
from a visit with her.mother Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeauxwere Recognized CountyNORTH
Mrs.Mary McArthur and other .
weekend guest f o relatives in
relatives at Slocumb Ala. .
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Ft. Lauderdale. ; from the GULFSTREAM NEWS

.. Mr. and Mrs. Roberto* Arietta of O. H. Chastain is a business Ralph Blank has been our very able Representative ., '
Port Mayaca have as 'a guest his visitor this week in Thomasville, the House for a number of years and can move easily Into the
sister, Miss Carmen Arietta, of Ga. Senate seat to add strength to this county '
Bayomon, Puerto Rico.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Maxson were SOUTH:'from the BOCA RATON NEWS ti -
Mrs. S. L. Gilleland'has returnedto guest of relatives in Eau Gallie. "'. ,. Because of his record as a legislator and because of his
Jacksonville aftef a visit here during the past weekend. close attention to matters affecting the interests of Boca ,Raton7 -
__ with her nephew and. niece, Mr. ''' /
: Ralph Blank deserves the support of Boca feton
t' and Mrs. WilejrTillis. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain and voters 3* + S; I
--" Mrs. Ray Singletary were guestsof
) Roscoe Williams: ; <:Homestead
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spent theweekeitdylatnghis wifein Mr. and Mrs. Bill Connally in EAST: from the BOYNTON BEACH NEWS t..... f
Pahokee.and together:they visited Coral Gables Sunday. ** He is not a newcomer and because of'his fine record in the r ;

-u his parents in Lake Worth., Mrs. M. P. Stanley, Mrs. Wiley House, he should follow a fine Senator. ", ,5-t t

Tillis, Mrs. J. S. Chastain, and Mrs WEST: from the BELLE GLADE HERALD ,'
Mr. and Mrs. C. D,..Norris.ha4asguests ;
I attended Southern 5 RALPH HL'ANII, di.
Paul Rardin "
the past week their son's If we expect to get and'keep effective tegislatorsilleV: '
I Baptist-Convention. in Miami Beach recognize honesty, ability and results'.,. ..'* il!=? $= :
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was on assignment at the' Jacksonville I Martin Bradley ,of Nashville, A REAL AMERICAN Ralph Bfiank's Record of Military, arid '
Naval Base. 'I Tenn. his family who are i
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: i I visiting Rev. and'Mrs.: C. D. Stewart :t Public Service Is One Of Outstanding Loyalty to his Community -
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daughter. Miss Joanne Darden. and Mrs. Frederick A.
student nurse Jackson Memorial Woodcock have returned to their -
Hospital Jacksonville.Mr. home in Asheville, N. C., after a I.i RETURN BLANK to the LEGISLATURE

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Schultheiss of High' Point,,N..C. ,

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guests the past week her sister. .. 'EXPERIENCE.. '
Mrs. Fred Chewning of Bradenton .
\ and brother-in-law and sister,"Mr. ; '*. 4 years Municipal"Judge, hearing over 20,000 Qses

.' and Mrs.B. H. Daniels of Sarasota. '.. .. 'ill. <
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r". The Methodist:Church The Pahokee ChurchOf Canal Point First I Your Vote and

'., Canal Point.r Florida' The Nazarene Baptist Church SupportIN

Robert A. Shelley,Pastor 71 Bacom Point Road' Elder R.Barfield
=':- SUNDAY: Charles F. Crauswell, Pastor SUNDAY: THE SECOND PRIMARY FOR'

10:00 a. m.-Church School Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 10:00 a.m.-Sunday School
11:00 a. m..;....:Morning Worship SUNDAY SERVICES: 11:00: a. m.-MornIng Worship 1 I I '
t. 6:30, p. m.-Youth Fellowship 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. 7:00 p. m.-B. TV C. SUPERVISOR OF'REGISTRATION
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r- 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship
MONDAY: 6:30 p. m.-Juniors. WEDNDESDAY: I
', 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer
TUESDAY: Evangelistic Service.- Service
I. 8:00 p. 'm.-Woman's Society WEDNESDAY: 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: I ;
1st Tuesday2nd 1 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary nwwwww .5.
'- MONDAY: I meeting.. :Meeting.
7:30 m.-Esther Class "Where you area stranger but .. .
faeeting
p. once". My many years of experience with the State
1 WEDNESDAY; I .. Canal] Pt. Missionary \
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7:30.p. m.-Prayer Meeting Department of Agriculture qualify me to care -
The Church Of God Baptist Church
I for the books in the office of the Supervisor. I :

First MethodistChurch Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Rev. Charles. D. Stewart, Pastor
PahokeeRev. SUNDAY: honestly believe that the.staff in the office, at

Point Road 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
present is as efficient as can be found anywhere : -
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Clare S. Hall john H. Kinard pastor 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship
SUNDAY: 10:00 a. .-Sunday School 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. in Florida, therefore, I plan to keep
9:45 a. m.-church School, 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service WEDNESDAY: them with me when electd.

6:45 p. mi MYF 8:00: p m. Tuesday:V. L. B. 7:30 p. m.-Prayer. Meeting. .
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TUESDAY: Everyone welcome. Special music Church Of God, I
7:00 .-Vesper Choir prac- and
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f age-old longing for a clearer -
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-Evening Worship mother, Mrs. Garnet Martel of Garland Barnes, and Donald Scott,
First Baptist understanding of God and of 7:30 P. M.:i.rueSday-Pra, Meet- Lauderdale-by-the-Sea. both of Hopkinsville, Ky. .

Church .Pahokee his own identity Is central. ; theme Ing ..
7:30 P. M. Friday-Children's .
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of the Lesson-Sermon(>n to be read -
Rev. JameS E. Boyd pastor Church ; .
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11:00 9:45 a.,m.-Sunday. School, day.Scriptural selections in-the Les-> Roman's Club Aid '
a. -Morning Worship son-Sermon, on the subject "Soul; TOM ADAMS :
6:45 p. m.-Training Union I and Body" will include the..folow-\ For Youth Center .|
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship _
-' ing from Isaiah (55:6):, "Seek ye --. .
\ WEDNESDAY: the Lord :while he may *be found,' The Pahokee' Woman's Club at S
: 8:00p. m.--a.Prayer Meeting. call ye upon him while he is nea .'* it.: was chosen- ., over his
i the Wednesday luncheon meeting
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Lutheran last week voted contributoa off In '
St., Peter's "be* read from "Science and a $25 run- opponent > -r

Church' Belle Glade Health with Key to the Scriptures"by to the Pahokee Youth Center I '
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I Mary Baker Eddy states in part Fund. The group also voted to : .

Erwin J. Baumgartner, Pastor (428:8): "To divest thought of sponsor a snowball concession at 63
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle,Glade I false trusts and material evidences the Fourth of July Celebration at ,
SUNDAY: 'i I in order that the spiritual facts:of Pahokee Harbor. .: i

Divine Services 11 A. u.I Being may appear, this is the I Plans were made for the annual of Florida's ; 5 5
School 9:45: A.M of I .
great attainment by means installation luncheon which will beheld ,, \
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which we shall sweep away the at the clubhouse May 25,'.with
St. Mary's Catholic false and give place to the true. :Mrs. Frank Friend, retiring president -
-. :.t. Thus we may establish In truth the to serve as Installing officer.A .-'S." 67 ': I
ChurchFather temple, or body, 'whose builder motion picture, "Waters of Flor, S
and maker Is God.' ida" will be shown at the installation ; :
David Cronin The Golden Text Is from Psalms luncheon.. counties on May :.3. I

SUNDAY; :MASSES (84:2): "My soul longeth, yea, Pupils of Miss Betty Mitchell's
First two masses of the month even fainteth for the courts of the Dance School presented a programfeaturing ;

11:00. Lord:my heart and my flesh crieth a dance by Betty'Waitsand \,
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Other.. Sundays. at 7:30. out for the living,God?" Julia Unwin to'the music of

"Lipstick on Your Shoulder," and -:. YOUR CONTINUED
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Patsy' Crosby to:the music of
ASK YOUR LAWYER "We Call Everybody Darling,"

with Mrs. Myers Fountain at the SUPPORT"j

There Is'No Substitute. for.. .' : piano.It I
Y' was announced Miss Mitchell's
Experience :'-. Ability ,' -' ,Integrity. pupils! will present their" annual '
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RU ;SELIf Hs1 I' was'granted to-Miss.-;:MitcfielLu.. '- .-:- : .J -t, I
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YOUR Beta Omicron Chapter of the Sigma .1
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JUDGE.Mclnto I of Mrs. Mabel Lutz were Mrs. -
OWNED AND OPERATED BY :MOKE THAN. I
Luther Jones, president; Mrs.
OFCRIMINAL I Mabel Lutz, vice president; Mrs. 120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN i

secretary WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET, INTERESTS OF
Mrs. Edna Barrett, treasurer '
COURT CONSIGNORS AT ALL TDIES'I' I
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I Tuesday May 24th responding secretary, :and Mrs. t\'E ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION
Ray Whitlock,historian,Mrs.Mary AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE
HE WILL GIVE Anderson was installing officer. : JA UET"HER.. ALL BUYERS BUY WITH-

"Sound Impartial Fair Decisionsand ; I Mrs. Claud T. Santee retiring: CONFIDENCE
president, thanked the officers who

.Serves You With Dignityand had served with her during the Glades Livestock Market Ass'n
past year and presented each with
Efficiency"ASK t a ,gift. Plans were made for a
I ON PAHOKEE-BELLE GLADE ROAD
workshop session at the home, of .
YOUR LAWYER Mrs. Jones, May 22. PHONE WY 6-30t8 GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGE,
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WILL BE APPRECIATED Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hughes SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1p.m.Jf" .'

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ton Georgia Frick, Kathryn Spencer -
f ,,' ,, To Elect OfficersI Elsie Suns Evelyn Lair Irene

f t' Hurt, Sarah Vann, Janice Higgins "
'::-, ''i.', The five circles of the Pahokee Betty Holman Gethie Friend i; < :

, ,.'_, ', Methodist Woman's Society of Jeanne: Nicely, Doris Lane, Ruth- i; :

Christian Service held ,their May anne Zimmerman Jennie Early, Iii; ..
meetings at the church, where Rosanna Parrish, Edna Pickett E:"' .,- ,-" t .
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names were drawn for a reshuffling ,
of circle membership and new Gertrude Shirley Circle Kath- i 3 .\...;".": For \.
officers were elected for the coming ryn Cunningham, Alice Spooner i .
r I year. Sue Shirley, Frances Dunson, Marian ,
; Mrs. R. B. Simonson was eleeted Watkins, Ida Lap imore,
( chairman of the Mary Martha Circle othy Blus, Inez Reeves, Hazel Ior'I'I "H HOMESICKNESS

_ ; Mrs. John Hatton vice chair Beulah Boe, Fern Frank i; .
man; Mrs. N. R. Lemonds general }Meredith Frances Whiteside, Laurie i '.

treasurer secretary; and; Mrs.special W. secretaries S. Plumer: Christine Justice Fraser, Marguerite Eva Maxwell Spooner ri ;For the boy or girl- away from home-at, college. ._. / .

Christian Social Frances Moore Emogene Scott, 7' ,
Mrs. Lloyd Hundley; -.
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relations; :Mrs. Louis Davis, Frances Murphy, :+++++++ '- .

solace to bereaved; Mrs. J. L. Tyson Mazella Brower and Olga Iii ":' ,' )
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Jr., local church activities; Pugh. i s. L <
Mrs. R. C. Hatton ,membership; Mabel Simonson ,Circle Foy ,

Mrs. Hugh Branch, sunshine; Mrs. Rogers, Lelan Lemonds, Willola ._ 0 end mem ,,

:I. A. Phillips, spiritual life; and Friend,. Selma Wilson, Hannah Ii .. '
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New officers elected for the Thomas, Lizzie McClure, Emma i :
The PaperkY
l Margery Lair'Circle were :Mrs. Wheeler, Lois Hatton, Martha Mclntosh HometoWft
1 I William McClenithan, Virginia -
f Ralph: Stanley, chairman; Mrs. C. .
A. Major, vice chairman; Mrs. G. Reynolds and ,Luia,lBarfield. .
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W. Byrd general secretary: :Mrs. .
John Padgett treasurer and special Juniors EntertainThe ; r t.
secretaries: Mrs. Thomas Hig- .

nite solace to bereaved; Mrs. R. J. Senior Class *, .Subscription $2.00 :
Schnxfer, hospitality; Mrs. Duncan : '
The Pahokee HIgh'Scho Junior ,
Padgett, sunshine; Mrs. Arch L
Blakey spiritual life; Mrs. L. W. 'Class very clearly made use of the : 'I'.J 'J : : i : J': :-:'K : t" : : 1 ....:-:' .

Armstrong, flowers; Mrs. I. W. Mardi Gras theme in decorating ,

Weeks Christian social ,relations. the gymnasium for_ the, annual P. 'S..;Be'siS a oTkeep-us' inforlne& of address changes.
Prom night.. Ii
Members of the Mabel Simonson Junior-Senior Friday *+2 .
Circle elected Mrs.H. J. Anderson, The entrance to the gym was I CLIP THIS COUPON AND MAIL .
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treasurer; and special secretaries statute of cupid hi the background, '
: :Mrs. M. P. Holman, spiritual making an 'appropriate scene for I I Canal Point, Fla. ; x I II Ir'

4 life; Mrs. H. M. McIntosh flow snapshots. .

: Suzanne: Chastain was crowned f I E ii. closed find $.__.....:__..... for a subscription', I II
sunshine
queen and Gerald Hayes king of j I 00 : .
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The Miriam Circle elected Mrs. this year's prom. v I I
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F. Hurt, spiritual life; Mrs J. A bridal luncheon-honoring Miss .;.-......................-..........................'....-.-.................-...........-.. .'.
W. Vann, solace to bereaved; Mrs. \ I I
Phoebe Sterling was held in Lake
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Howard Holman sunshine; Mrs. - - - - -
Robert Apelgren. flowers; Mrs. Worth on May 12. The wedding is

Edna Pickett, local church activities planned for June 5 when she will
Zimmerman wed Robert Silvers of Lake; Worth.
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membership.Mrs. The luncheon was held at the home --
of* Mrs. George" Attending -
.Frances Dunsbn was elected":
the luncheon were :Mrs. Edna Bar
chairman of the Gertrude Shirley
rett, Mrs. Grace Stevens, Mrs.
Circle Mrs. Laurie Justice, vice
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Pearl Sante, Mrs.. Gladys Kane, U. S. ..
chairman; Mrs. Hugo Boe general : THE TREASURE :
secretary; Mrs. D. B. Watkins, Mrs. Maxine MaXson and Mrs I ,
Charlotte Johnson. .
treasurer; and, special secretaries: ; .... ...
Mrs. Dorothy Blus, spirtual life; I

Mrs. L. L. Shirley, hospitality; Mrs. Dance School In SALUTES YOUR BANK.: : '

J. L. Reeves, flowers; Mrs. ClareS. Its PresentationThe I. !'
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J Larrimore, solace to bereaved.
pupils of the Fern Frank I "
Mrs. William S. Plumer. WSCS
School of Dance presented a dance ;
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membership chairman, was in fantasy, "Alice In Wonderland," One of the 14,000 setting} \
charge of the drawing of names in the high school auditorium Sat a
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for the in circle member ., ,
changes' urday night..The part of Alice was : ':--:'' :: '-t" :

ship.chairmen Each was of presented the retiring: with circle a played by Debbie' Parrish. The Pahokee ; "Shares !in Americ&9fJfonstEST /!,' w(''

I High School Junior Chorus, ,' ,
gift in appreciation,of her'services .-. i
: under the direction of Miss Ellen J, : :' t
during the past year. Morgan sang during two of.: the -
After the separate business dance numbers. The 'staging of theshow' '. Sr.oCOIianks J rofirawe S jsam :

meetings the circles assembled in was under 1 the direction of ; 1; > _
the social hall:of:the churchfor. Mrs. Harold Wilkinson and her 'to coast each day perform an out- f' \

reception honoring new' WSCS committee. Mrs. Joe Hatton, Jr., 'wandjnar>* Service for their customers : t '
members, who took the WSCS was chairman of the business com
pledge and were presented with' mittee. their community, aad the Da'i j
corsages ,Mrs.: 'Ralph 'O.: :JoKnson, 'ton by sellingSharesInAmerica l : l :
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WSCS program chairman, was_Jn
charge of arrangements.' She'wa? Birthday: Party I TJ.S. Savings Boe>da. -,

assisted by :Mrs. C. S. Han Mm FOr Joe ParkerMr. Every family benefits, every"coaa- '

R. C. Hatton. MrsvR.lS. Hurt and bank- 'I.M's ; }
aunity profits because of :
Mrs Duncafti ,Padgett, retiring and Mrs. J. P. Parker en.'j
WSCS; president'Mrs. Johnson presented tertained at their home in in promoting thisallAmerican :. ,;

Mrs. Padgett with a past Po'int with a dinner party honor \ thrift program.'t'.;; Today #: ., ,';1

and Mrs. Hall the .. '
president's pin
ing their son, Joe Parker who was '- '- '. "
pastor's wife with a gift. celebrating his 23rd birthday: at 40, million Americans own ,j
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The new membership rolls for I home while on a brief leave from .more than $42 billion worth ofTLS.
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the five circles for the coming year the U.. S. ,Navy,' in which, he is at Sayings Bonds. ", .. '
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areMary Martha Circle-Esther present;assigned to the U. S.' Car .. .. r ;
t, Hundley, Lorraine Morgan, Hilda rier Essex now tied, up at the Today Bonds are better than ever; CJua.n.om> :bace ..jW. .: "

Jensen, Peggy Lemonds Marjorie Jacksonville Naval :'ft )
Hatton, Bernice Simonson, Helen town guests Included Mrs. Park )
i Davis Donna Plumer, L liam Hat- er's mother Mrs. ,J, .A. Groover; 1959, now pays &/.% at maturity.. Bondi The next time yd e Tirfl if <

ton, Tina Elliott, Alyce Tyson, and her brothers and Sisters.n Even your elder Bonds win carat >our bank fake time ta tiuodc Id .,. r: I
;Joan Tucker, Helen Jean Boynton and Mrs. Julian Grooverand ; t
L law. Mr.
an extra &% from June 1 to for his good advice aM, J '
Barbara Branch Janet Johnson, Mr.and Mrs. Emmett Groover, ; hF ::1

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Margery Lair Circle Lilliam ilL '\ ,i I

Padgett, Nannie Hignite Estelle Joe FaUin, Thomasville, Ga., wasa ,

Sanders Bert Padgett, Arnette guest in Canal Pont of Mr. and When you buy U. S. Savings Bonds, -1

Major. Martha Byrd Dorothy Mrs. Oscar Chastain and daughter. .

Stanley,. Jlobina Blakey Blanche Miss Suzume.Chastatn.. --
Armstrong Vena Mae Schroder. .. save' more than '
you .
money !
Ruth Weeks, Nola Smith. Loula Mr and Mrs. John Ridenour are

York Rhoda Shive and Mrs.. J. B. spending vacation in .Bessemer. .. ..' .:
Elliott. Ala., with her invalid uncleFanisHensleyj. 5 S '
w 5 The UJS. Government idoc .
not adaertl
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Miriam...Circle -Jean Salvatore .whom she ,has not seen in t; ., .->The Treasury Department t1I. i&bfor their patriotic .
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Garden Club Holds- 20 .Years Success- I Ag Club Speakercontinued I cultural Engineer,--transferring. I er Weldon' Cardin, Carolyn Glover -

to Tif ton, Ga. on July 1st. Dee Maxson Irene Doub Mills
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page (continued from page 1) ( from page 1) Members present at the meeting Byrom and Vic Green.
A. and Mrs.Curtis Chase
Kennedy ,
,chairman. Karen Adams, baritonehorn; and years for growerS to adopt, practices were: R. H. Todd, B. A. Belcher, I \... ,_ a.

program Brenda Carter, piccolo. shown desirable by research. D. W. Fishier, P H. Dunkleman, Mr. and Mrs. Art Powell and / .
Inducted officers of the
as new .
The program will include "Na- Now farmers knock on the Sta Jack Little, Frank Joyner, Tom children are spending a two weeks'visit :
Pahokee Club Mrs. Frank
were tinal Emblem March" Bagley, tion's door before research is finished Summers, C O. Grassl, Bob Hell- I with his parents in Oklahoma !
Friend, president; Mrs. E. A. Jensen
vice Mrs. R. B. 'Raymond Overture" Thomas, ; they've learned that research wig, Hi Whittemore, Virgil Brack- City, Okla.
president; "U. S. Naval Academy March" is one of their best allies." I .)
Simonson, recording secretary;; Rosenkrans, "La Chica Cubana" Donald W. Fisher, President of -. j

Mrs. W. A. Keen, corresponding Nyquist, "Arranger's Holiday the USDA Club, prolonged his stop- I t I I : I t tIt t :.-t t : : : I t t J t J J t I I I I t I : I J t t I I I I I I I I I -I I I I
Mrs. L. L. .
secretary; Shirley
Yoder, "Ballet Parisien" Offen over in Belle Glade en route from
treasurer; and standing committee bach, "Drummer Boy Bounce"- Bogota, Columbia, S. A. to Wash- THEATRESPRINCE 'I
chairmen: Mrs. L. W. Arm-
Whitefield, "Trombone Special"Keller ington D, C. to preside over the
birds and conservationMrs.
strong "In the Mystic Land of meeting. He has been with L C. A.
J. M. Elliott, finance Mrs.
; Egypt"-Ketelby, "American Folk for 2 months studying the feasi- LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
H. M. McIntosh, civic improve-
Suite" Walters, "King HenryMarch" bility of Kenaf production in Co
ment: Mrs. N. A. Kennedy hospitality
Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Karl King* "Southern lumbia. He will report his findings
Mrs. C. C. Lemonds, flow
; Cross Overture" Yoder, "The In Washington, D. C. and then return -
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garden therapy; Mrs. C. L. Shirley, ,
and "The Star Banner" at SUNDAY
Spangled Agronomist the Exeprimental -MONDAY -TUL DAY
Sr.., garden center; Mrs. :Ruth -Key, FIllmore arangment.. I Station. a SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY: MAY 22-2S:24
horticulture
Meredith, ; Mrs. R. J.
The fellowship chairman P. H. MAY 22-23-2
Schroder, publicity; Mrs. W. S. "THE YOUNG ,
Plunder, :parliamentarian. Mrs.Friend Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. Elliott Dunckleman announced that Bill .

will also serve as roadsidebeautification and daughter visited his mother, Wall, Agricultural Aid, and Doro- "THE GAZEBO" PHILADELPHIANS"

chairman and Mrs. Mrs.. B. Elliott, in Lake Worth thy O'Neal, Secretary 'of the, En- -=: WITH -

\.Jensen,. ;program chairman. Sunday. gineers and of the" USDA Club, GLENN FORD, DEBBIE PAUL NEWMAN
few officers installed for the were on the sick list A blessed REYNOLDS AND CARL ALSO ,
Canal 'Point:>>. Club were Mrs. :M. C.Carter Mrs. F. E. Morris and childrenare event has come again to the Doug. "TIlE BOWERY BOYS MEET

o president' ; Mrs. Glenn visiting her parents, in Balkey, Wilson's. A baby boy born May 5th REINER THE MONSTERS"

Powell, vice. president; Mrs. W. W. Ga. their 5th child. Bob Hellwig, Agri .I..tIt I I J t t I J J I J : I I t I I I tIt I tit I I I I I I I .. I ( I I I I I I I I I t
White, secretary; Mrs. F. M. Wilson .
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treasurer; and standing_com- ---- -.
mittee chairmen: Mrs. C. 'D. Stewart -

birds and conservation; Mrs.G. .
H. Tucker, Sr., book library; Compare these Candidates
Mrs."J. -H. Miller; civic improvement -

; Mrs. -J. L :McCall, membership -

; Mrs :J. E. Williams, hospitality .for the
; Mrsi'!. :Floyd 'Erickson, garden I Impprtsiif fltfsit of Uijirimissioiier I of I AgricultureASE

therapy;? 'Mri: Glenn Powell, PIO-

gram and: flower arranging; Mw. .

J. 'H. Bordeaux, horticulture: Mrs.J. .

S."Harrington; publicity; Mrs.

W. N. Veal, youth center; Mrs C. ,
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G Coburn,' 'landscape and design .111 III .: .: .
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Mrs. Edgar-- Wilder, reelectedfor .-

a second term, was installed ..';.... ........ ......... \ "L .'.(;
president of the Sod Busters Circle -

;. Mrs. Cletis Hand, first vice R. A CK OPPONENT "
(BtISTBtI
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president;; Mrs. Helen Jean Boyn- :: ,
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. ton, second vice president; 'Mrs..
Jean Nicely, secretary; Mrs. Mary I ........ 42 r ...... .". 31 I \ ?: -i ,

Dickson Tucker' ,,hospitality treasurer;chairman.1.1rs.Joan The flii :\ -' i lil.! ;t' "

vied'presidents, Mrs. Hand and .. <"" t

Mrs. Boynton, will serve as program MAIN OCCUPATION ::.:.:.:.:.:.: Agriculture r-- ::::::::::; ; f alnsurencst. bc t VTGroveland.

cochairmen.In I '

the annual activity reports, i S\ '

Mrs.:M. C. Carter reported the Canalr'Polnt RESIDENCE ..::.:.::..:..:.: -- ?;: :*; : ..Sflrlc.r .. '. .'
Club landscaped the .:Ix!:,::.::.: (South:Central Florida) 111Nations ::::::: ::: ". r "'I 'i".
grounds of the new Canal Point '
JIm] 1 ; 4 ,: .
School cafeteria, planted flowering 1 ,
trees on the school grounds, "'f. --.t. .. ::.:.:.:.:.:;' "Man of the Year In A rtculfur.", 1956. :;;:;:;:;:: .'. ., .
'made holiday decorative favors for : :::::::::::::: "Outstanding Service Award", 1958, Agrlcul. !: i iii i .' ,

hospital food trays, remembered ; :.::.:::.::.:.::.::.::.' turn) Council. "Distinguished S.rvic. Award" 1" :;:" 'i. President,ofF.F.A '....;..'.,..:..
shut-ins with bouquets and in cooperation :.':.':'.:.:.':.':.'i. 1959, Florida Veterinary Medical I A I- ;.:;:.:.:.::.:.:.:. while'o, stu d... )}<+"

with the-Lions Club, has 75 HONORS. FROMAGRICULTURE :.:.:::.:.::.::.:::.:. ,sociation. Chairman of Governor'sCommittee .:.i.s.: :..:.;.. "-i ... ..,., '. __ .. .. 11. -
ttt und.r
begun roadside "! :::::::::::::: Agriculture' two ;::!;:::;;: .. .
.. a beautification ,' :::::::::::::::: governors. Pr.sident,10 years, Florida ::;m -. ...
project'O the:plot,between'the.ld ,,. : Agriculture.Council-of( .the 36estate- :< ,
: 'S 7.:::::::::::> ; : : ; :i: .
and new highways.Mrs. ....:..:.......:...:..:.. Wide agencies) Secretary, Agricultural ::;::::::;: r.
Norman ................ Services Committee. Director, '::;:':::'::'::::'::": "r'5:1:1 '-,,

president, reporting, Kennedy for ;the.Paho, retiring I .. : : 'Florida Farm Bureau. !11 1 ,_ _.." _: '. ',' ;<

kee Club; said the club's projects *. \ ,.., ,,.. .
included the in and landscaping ::::::::::::: i1mm been candidat. .
filling : I ................ i'.':':-0- Has a every two '
of South Ixora Park, the Candidate fcr first 1m.. of adult Kfe ((10 In u
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' planting of: flowering trees In all I POLl TICAL WAV.p circle of ,I Pork ;
j\}, '.\. ." t... ,. ::: : Is full-time agriculturist\ mmm inner legislative
city parks, 'the setting of 90 palm e" .c bloc.
.. : Chop"
new trees Pahokee at Lake High Front School Park and athletic the 111!! Ijljlj ,.' s!

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combat Seven Pacific
field. During the past year the .............. Marine veteran. :1
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club voted to build a Garden Center {, '.t $ {- SERVICEr :::::::::::: Invasions; T.rawa, Kwajalein., Eniwe- jjijijjjji:::;;;?; :: Non. Although classified, I A,, ,obtjjjjliji -;.; : i

at Pioneer Park--It has also .. .:'. l._.' .:.::.::.:.:::.::.::.: fek. Guam. Tinian, Say p an and Iwo : twined five deferments as represent*. .,: : ;
voted to' 'cooperate with, other' ,.,', -; :, RECORD. ::.:.:.:.:.:.: Ima. Rosa to rank of Clp t Iin. $||| ative from Bradford Cowry. ...*_ *' .. :.

__.garden clubs lathe Glades'area.. ti : : :

:: sponsoring ;iTGanien..Club Slower '. ': :-._ ; : _Ii D..or.OA.: II : ;! i n. A .
-t; :. :;. '-ShowtScl1o W*- : ; : !!

::.: .; 'P sfdeiU.'Barbara' Wild r re-' ... *' .. PRICE-RIGGIt ::::::::: iL... $:::$::::iH..: a repeatedly( i. ,- : P iP
..'. ,ha y t.! ..:fjllj: ; ::: $:::;:::.:..;.' voted "for" I In .is" : r: i
theSod, g .
"ZI! Busters Circle at I ':':':':' ,Against '
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,,: ( Prices) ::::::::: ; ::: ::::
-- :,::.: -'the-end pf-iU-first-year of-activity ; _,. Higher '::: : ; .:. ......: .. ._ I HI.legislature.:::: .-.. ._....,.._v::*. x I I'i

...has 25, pi mbers. The 'group's programs r-j': li iil' > .
featurelectures : I .j'
by'experts tr FAIR ,' ...,...... ......... Supported' ..*, ,,, ., ,f,
(,ale, Various' gardening techniques, .- ; : : ; : For. :::::::::::::::::; '. "i ;
."fojlpwecf:'by? workshops at which .'\F' REAPPORTIONMENT mm ::::::::::::::::: "Pork Chop" version'J:.:r j"f') I

,members' put! ,these'techniques.into -.: V."vfcf}.* mm ::::::::::: :': +. .4 i. '5--
practice, she said. '., ". .-t t' lm m Orlando'Sentinel Bradenton Herald t = :::::::::::::::::: Bradford County Telegraph'(jtarka.1j )
All threejgroups voted to suspend 5 :: : ::=;:::;:: 0 Polk County Democrat 0 Cocoa .:::.:.:.:.:.:: i ,,

v regular meetings through the sum- ;..fmm.......;. Tribuna 0 Miami Herald 0 Monticel- .:.j..::.u.::::::. GataesviSo. SM. ;j ." j I"l.l.a j : ,!. -J ., I. r.:
mer months. :.::.::.:.:::.: I lo News Tampa Tribuna 9 Fort ;.;..:.;..::.:.;..:.. Suwawte Coanly Democrat: ,,' .....
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.. .,' <. EXAMINED '. .::::::::::::::::: Myers News-Pr.ss 0 Boca Raton :..:..:..:..:.;:..:..:..:.. "' _'h > 4_ *>ljj..,; .". \ '-"' ,
"S ::::::::: News Miami News 0 St.Petersburg -.z::::::: .... li.'
Kindergarten.To --, 1.1 i4 \ '::;;:#: -Times 0 Groveland Press 0 Pint city Courier .i':::::::::::: ... .. ''''' > BG.. ,J
AMD- 0 Leesburg Commercial 0 Lski.Wales News :::::::::::::::: /-,;..: ..'' PlIfr;' : it:*; .
.,,, (.ront Du Prom page *1>-- .'. :::;:;::: 0 Clearwater Sun 0 Lake Wales Highlander .:::::.::.:.:: /, .. .=. '. .... .-.i. I
Baxter, Jeffery Levins; Georgie ., .- .'to- : _ENDORSED; BYl.7.;' i; 1=3; 0 Orlando Corner Cupboard 0 Punta Gorda .::.:.::::::::.::: '.. '" ... : A
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Jordan, Myra Jones, Denny 'Pad ..... .. .. i:::;;::- Herald 0 Lakeland Ledger 0 Brandon News't ; :" -
gett SonriySYouhg, D'avid'Simon- .0 Tampa Times 0 Winter Haven Chief 0 Miami -

son, Brenda Carter, Johnny Bacon Labor Citizen 0 Garment Press 0 The Arcadian _
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0 Holmes County Advertiser (Bonifay) : ,
t. Edwina Humphrey, Kathy Wilson, .
,;, 0 Daytona Bach News-Journal 0 Sarasota .
Gail Garrison, Eddie Crews, La- Journal 0 BeBa Glad. Herald. -

,. dora Crosby Buddy Keen, Linda .
. Keep agriculture department In agricultural hands -
t ,SI-S ..:Lou Leech.,'Morris Kennedy; Roger your . ,Watson, Susan ''Chastain Butchie and out of the hands of professional politician*. ,
"'Pinson. Ginger Lee.,Crossman. Fay

,'Carlton and Gay Carlton. She also '
had a class of four-year-olds that ELECT W. R. Buster" HANCOCK

first year, including Bonnilu lair

_ Co-_!'a Cate, Sandra Lampi, Linda

Hand,: Ronnie Crosby, Effie Lou. COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
Ke"n i nd'Alvin, Johnson.



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