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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: October 28, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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} October.28,- I960 PUBrLAShIED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL PAR .,


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f- CIRCULATING THROU6H.OUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTYNew

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: Osceola Farms Company To :





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!I- ,,' N"erinilliQn'S .Factory; Purchased In Louisiana tI WILLIE VEAL.I SPEAKS II' i -.
Pahokee PTA Plans
Carnival Is
Will Be Shipped To Canal Point Before Sp 1 Willie' Veal, graduate memberof Future _
the Pahokee'Chap er,
: December 15,: 1960j Big: Enough to Grind CanalPoinlPlan. I II Farmers of American, who is .attending Halloween Fete
Palm Beach Junior Col-
2,200 Tons: Cane Daily Foundation Work .1 i lege, was'speaker at the FFA chap- '-

Already Started At Mill Site; 180 Men Now I The annual Halloween carnival ter 'meeting in the agricultural "Feasting Frolicking Fun"
building. The a rising will be theme of this year's annual
and'party'given by the Parent- group gave
Working Planting Cane; Will Continue Teacher Association for the children vote of thanks to A. R. Harrington -'Pahokee PTA Halloween carnivalto .,
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Canal Point farmer, for the be held on the ,old athletic field'H .
Planting At Rate of 50 Acres Daily. of Canal Point will be held at
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W E. Johnson general chairman, field corn, which the FFA boys day, starting at 6 p. m. :k .
rt While a lot.of cfonversaUon' beIng Local Clubbers in charge. are harvesting and will use for Food for the whole family, :appealing -
J bruited about in'many,parts'of The PTA food booth, specializingIn feeding cattle at the chapter ranch to all tastes, will be,offered ,

the Everglades section of Palm, hot dogs, chili and coffee will through the winter.Hospital in a variety of food. boothsfea-: .
r Beach county concerning new cane Win Poultry,Show open at 6 o'clock and remain open -- I turing hot dogs, hamburgers-
., acreage and sugar mills, Osceola throughout the evening. County I becue, pies, cakes, coffee; cold
>, Farms Company gong right' Commission Chairman Paul Rardin Birthday drinks and the like.Entertainment <:.
r- ahead' planting 'cane:,and making ThreeCanal Point4-H Clubbers, will serve as master of ceremoniesat for adults' as well
jrr- plans to erect a new sugar factory Janette,Harrington. Nancy ,Harrington the parade of costumes in ,the as children including games, of
,. five,miles east af''' Canal Point. 'and Dick Strayer; were school"auditorium at 7 o'clock. For :Marked-By Dinner skill, hay rides fire" truck rides,

f In an.official.statementreleasedfw awarded prizes at the, annual the judging of the' costumes, the I the country store cake walk fish

... this week through' The Everglades, Poultry Show held in the Mountsbuck children will be divided into five pond, merry-go-round"and the like,. riil5e
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t,: News, the treasurer; A!*'Fan$i, Jr. Buildix_on Military:,'.TraI1 under -p '. direct I ; tp3 d ort may: 1nthe'various .{,
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:If said the: sigar"miirwould be': aovedr $t..1 11 &'?, w Kgrades. thirdf*'dad,,fourth. grades Beach County Public Hospital District ; .booths. sponsored by ski
on schedulefrom-I.soutelanaand arrive :Foundation. fifth and;sixth grades and seventh I held their annual dinnermeeting mentary school rooms, high school
in Canal Point on or before Each exhibited IQ slx-month-old student groups and civic:groups.
and eighth gradeS.Fo prizes will '
; at; the Elks Club'Monday
Dec. 15_ ,: 1960.. In thq meantime Rhode Island Red pals wfaieh had be. awarded: in each group for costumes night at which,time the 24th anniversary -Since this is the,only fundraising -
work is going ahead on planting'50 been ,raised, during 'the'summ r judged to be the most beauUful -, of the founding of the;EveV- project of the Pahokee PTA, it
,, acres of cane each day T ith-a crew: from a flock of'501aby:chicks furnished : ,, most ',original,most typical, glades Memorial Hospital which is important that the public give
of 180 men working.at the opera- each. by {jie, >_foundation. last and:most comical. Mrs A..R. Ha- the board controls, was observed. Its full support and patronage to
jf. tions site on the, farm formerly:: ApriL,, rington is chairman in charge of Guests included wives of board the carnival according to; J. H.
'. owned,by,Alex Ramey of ,Canal I :Janette, with .268 out of a 'pdssib2e the parade. Wilkinson, Jr., PTA finance chairman
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i" Point' Mr. Fanjul .said -fouatettpa 300:points; won'second. place, members past board members and who serves as general chairman .
FoBowihg the of prizes, their wives or'
awarding husbands, and .
; work;for',the,mill has been started receiving a blue ribbon :and $13. personnel in charge of carnival ..', '
will contmue'on ,be close behind her.sister with the children will go to their various closely associated with the arrange-i"
1, and schedule to. Nancy, mothers ments. .
school where board.
i completed in'time for arrival of the 267'' points, was third, also receiv room room ",
t factory..from Louisiana. Ing a blue'ribbon and $13. Dick got and teachers will serve free roe Following a review of the historyof
: The complete statement ,as released a white ribbon and $6 for placing fre hments. Preschool-age childrenwill the Everglades Memorial Hospital Blue Devils Play :
: t by Treasurer Tan jul Js eighth. A Loxahatchee boy Donald have their refreshments, ,,p, in,the which'was,Organized in 1936 '
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with 'total &auditorium: :I and came under the jurisdiction of .
printed herewith:, Jariel, took first pace a ,.
After refreshments all of the carnival -; tlje district board in 1949 StuartllTonighYt .
of 288 points, winning a. blue: ribbon -1 present '
t In reference to your request '
, ,v garding some information 1't'J J and $15. booths, sponsored by theschool I Edward A. Jensen, retiring chairman <, ,
''r, Osleola .Farms Co. ,and objectives 'The judging was:based.'on:,'beth rooms;will open. for an even- listed some of, the improvements At ,the halfway-mark of their
of the same'for,publication in your the exhibit and, the completeness. mg'of,entertainment and. mer;ri- I made at the hospital during 1960 schedule. the Pahokee Blue
of'the record .book.:,'Lester went the past year. Among these improvements
project ,
I to Devils will be their
first
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Kalch, of the University of'Florida. ... I ; Installation of newXray
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( the following information in hope .1 victory the season as they:travel f.
: sufficient was judge. Roy Griffith, assistantCounty and, laboratory equipment to
J'I that you_may extract Stuart this Friday night to en- j
data for your prospective article, '- agricultural agent In $5,000; installation of a modern gage the Tigers in a-contest- to see '
Osceola Farms' 'Co., 'a, Corporation charge of' :4-H Qiit poultrypro- FFA Gltapter.mass I' bookkeeping machine to improve(which team gets out of the Sun- ..J
in of the'.exhibits. office efficiency, $8,000; Installation -
; organized under' the Jaws of jeets,was charge coast Conference ceHer WithStuart
,. : &. the State of Florida;wfll establish. f '* 19 Green-Hands' ,of new operating room light- having an 0-4 record con !
:' <*-. r& a sugar factory on ,the old :Ales the:near future *'ThM land ia' the ing equipment and obstetrical' ference play ta-date, compared to r ,
;. .- Ramey property on Coimers_Hight most part,.has been prepared: and'is l- table, $2,700; Increasing the electrical -1. Pahokee's ().5,'the Blue Devils statistically -

,f1 &&. way, sfec'roUes:east of Canal Point, I I'Kea dy+tq plant. The planting season A class 'of'i19..Green Hands, all I,' load' capacity of the pant} Jiayc ,.. 5050 'chance: ,of ,
,.fijj* 'with a capacity grind an average I I started ,October 1st.and aver 600 I i PahokeeHigh" c ScJjfcdl freshmen $4,000; installation of addition air- winning this '.P1 '. .-.' ''
.-;::4 9,of.2.200 tong pf caneper day during I acres have already ben planted.. :was initiated into-:the Pahokee J conditioning equipment',,$2,600;and The :Lake Forth Trojans'rolled '
'- the first,grindtngeaeonwlch; I Approximately 3,600 acres will be Chapter Future Farmers: of America installation of a new septic, tank to: an easy.21-0.win over the Blue ,
,;,: to start in November::1961 and' 151 I planted this present year at a rate. at a meeting In the agricultural and drain field, $2,000.He Devils on Lair Field last Friday .. J
J' time through the first part of 1962. \of 50 acres'per day. building 'TCoaday night, with suggested the additional of a night despite thcr" dogged determination -
This.factory will be erected with The product of these.3,600 acres Presdent .Lee Gf'nuns, and other pediatrics ward and an isolation![ of Coach Web Pell's men. 4

equipment from,Vermilion plus some cane which is,to,be purchased chapter: officers in, ,charge of the ward and ,new private rooms with I I Halfback Curtis Russora played & :
Sugar'Factory and, component from independent growers initiation ceremony, baths as improvements still needed good game both on offensetmd defense -
;_ parts of Slacks' ;and ,Loisel-' factories \\suppply to Osecola'the raw product The class included,Wayne Boyn- most regularly: spar g..both of P& kee.s %
:!.' all located in Louisiana it is to process. ton, Evan Cqwart Joke ,Cruthird, Luke W.:DuFresne, administrator threats,tc score which camein the
t: Equipment,of the same will be Osceola is now employing,.over .Joe ,Davis, James Goofeon, John reported the hospital ended' Its second half when the Blue Devils
,$. transported by,railroad.car directly : 180 men in the current planting operation Harris, Lewd Hughes Billy Kennedy fiscal ,year on. Sept. 30 "in. good reached the Trojan's; slx-yard'line! r
:.;;' from Louisiana to Caaal Point aad expects to employ Melvin Lamb,Mead Maxwell, financial condition,having-,met our in one-driver and the three in anot.'ter '"',
: and ,all event. ,in ,question, 'te over 960 men ;in the field operas John Mills, Lynn Nicely, 'HaroHPeacock obligations" despite the fact the before being stopped and losing !
x..'. scheduled, arrive, prior to December tl-a ding the grinding season Charles Peaden, 'Pete tax'assessment was reduced last r the ball on downs. k: t
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',". < rJ5,1960, This wiH.be transported plus 280 aditional men, for the act 'Storey, Ray Suggs Larry Wet*, year, ,substantial.-Improvements I .. T. \"
later by truck'to;the farm. ual sugar processing. Therefore, William Cook and Kenneth Scale, ; were made. in the hospital plant ATTEND. .WPB BE YTVAL -:"'; 1
,'. Preparatiepsaer the.erection_ of this sugar factory will bring a payroll ,Harold Peacock won the chapters and operational costs are constantly I Among those from'Pahokee who I'! .

I' the factory are( ,.starting immedi ,to more than 1,000 men in the :I annual award to a green hand, an tecreasingr.Tfae attended the revival services 'co.: f" J
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ately. Presently Osceola has started Glades- area. FFA jacket ,new board now assuming I'ducted.: at the Northwood Baptist :1
i >. its excavations for the foundations I trust this .will..,at the present Plans were made. ,for improvingthe duties of office Includes Wr 8. Church in 'Wes ;.Palm Beach the .j
,' cf the building proposes'to ttrae give :you-the information. -you pasture 'on. an eight-acre field Firmer; chairman; R. C. Lane, vice 1[past week were KV./R. Hood Mr. n
1"; erect and fotiBdQttoe t sx are.expected need, in compliance with your: re at the chapter ranch by.sodding the chairman Floyd Erickson, secretary Wiley TUI1%;.Mrs.'W. M. DuBoset;,

:}: _. to be ready by.the',end. (the,cur quest.I will keep you posted' of our field with ,St. Augustine: .grass. Anew ;. Milton Douglas, treasurer, Mrs. J. 4 'Bumphrey, Mrsv Ada-
,' rent year.; pn rees, chapter budget for the current and E.JU Jensendirector. On the line Wrote n' ndMra, E. B.Gamble. '!

-fl" Wl ttM. >:, NgBriL year was adopted. It was.anaouao :medical, staff are Doctors E: J.Gcftfeara The Rev,.'HaljHunter, former pastor '
tfI;' ;;' a; ;Oseeaia has tod er lease'ap-_ Oeceeki'Farms'Co ed a new 50-star flag;is,being presented -! ,'W,,T,, Gist ,R.X. Hatton, of the, Pahokee First Baptist
': : "?.. !.- nLt 1y.4,890'aeree. :and .e c-I 6'" : ,*V WMBj d73r.1 to the chapter by a Bette E. 'CL Jofeaeoa; F H. Pofceetev, Jr. Church,,is the near pastor at North- .,
I ., I p.et to incase lei i Troaouror. Glade fraternal i ads W. -. wood. & >
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Pa fTc.Two The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday October 21, 1963rs
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>r PROVED AND APPROVED J



JUDICIAL RECORD


;ti JUDGE .

RICHARD M. SAULS -

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as CIRCUIT JUDGE

The Karelin Building In: Canal Point, Florida I, .'...

15th Judicial Circuit Group 8. I
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION. HOME. OF

: = BROWARD PALM BEACH COUNTIES ;,
"' THE EVEitGLAffES'NES, *<*h .

: the Lake Okeechobee Without : JUDGE SAULS'' FLEDGE: !
Serving Fanning Region
-t pledge,to'continue,the judicial'administration of justice In1
Interruption Week for More Than..30 Years "
Every the Circuit Court without:fear or favor regardless of race, color or creed."
Established March 11,'192* -' Published'Every Friday

/ (;.... v Subscription' Price $2.00 Year In Advance PROVED: Judge Souls has served since '57; has handled I 3,000 cases;been appealed in less than

4r' ,'\ the Everglades-News Is Entered at the Post Office 100; reversed. 'only 12 times. -' "

In Canal Point,,Florida, as: Second Class! Matter APPROVED ""
:By the Broward Bar Association JEU QUALIFIED to hold the office.'.The ONLY .2 .

\'Patti Rardin: '- Owner, Editor, Publisher candidate in this race so approved. .

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c ( 'Here Is What Transpired At 1 Monday's', Orc HIS RECORD RE-ELECT Judge Richard M. Sauls ,

Meeting Of The Palm BeachCounty .

t Ask Your Own Attorney .


Commission"More1 (PoL Adv. Paid for by campaign treasurer) t

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More than 1,000 contractors'' applications In other actions this week, the I
"have been processed bya commission: I!'Henry: Molran: Killed SENIOR CHOIR PARTY I,Yvonne Thompson

- certification advisory board; the places and .naming clerks for 11 I In Automobile' Crash the Pahokee First Methodist ch\zr.- Ifas-Birthday Party

county commission learned in a report the Nov. 8 general electJon. I t I ch enjoyed a fellowship hour following -

made to the board Monday; Authorized the county engineerS j Henry Moran, 56, brother of the regular practice periodat Mrs. Joe E. Thompson entertained -,
Robert' Brown; advisory board S carry out hyacinth eradication thechurch.. Refreshments' were at the Elks Club with dinner
Charles Moran of Pahokee,' was
chairman'said thus far certificates I I served Mrs. LorrSfiie ; \ party:;' 'honoring her
projects at Lake Ida and 4- have beenissued to 373 general borne. Mrs. Hugh Branch:. :Mrs. K. V7. I Yvonne, on her: sixteenth birthday
crash' on SR7 at the intersection
contractors; 103' electrical; 68 Authorized ,the county engineerto 'of Boynton Beach-road. Mr. Sanders and Mrs., M. '21 Nicely', anniversary. The hall was deco-

plumbing and 338 specialty. A work out details for a water system Moran, was, in a pickuptruck:and hostesses. ,rated in red and white to carry out
total of 85 applications. ares pending at the'Pahokee Airport. was turning off in front of a-fillingstation'when I 'iFa.-. I I the "sweet sixteen"' theme.- The
: ApproVed,1nstallatIon-ot a,wheelchair I hostess. waS assisted! oy.ner sister,
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I he,was-hit by another Mrs.- Rbyeton returned
Commtasioners I estimated ,that !&, Marvin Uriwih, of I&lle GiaflV.
ramp at one, of the"co1.1it' pickup truck' driven by MTSL' Lou from a visit with her daughter ,
'r ,more than $20,000 have been paid Kirkenner Plates were laid for 65 guests..
house entrances=a ramp asked for Chase of Loxahatchee who recely Mrs; Charles ", and tamily 5- -S
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license
into the newexamining'' :and -
Wheelchair Inc. ed minor injuries. Scobie Funeral at Fort: FierCeyaruf {sr now' theguest
ing section and that the operation by. ";
I Home in Delray: Beach is in charge I of her siSter,Mrs.J. H.Blair, CLASSIFIED
has'bee-operating;without coat to A warded ttie; Carpenter Insurance Canal'-Point PAY '
of arrangements.. I at: BIG DIVIDENDSLET
taxpayersiPalmtake I on'a bidvof $15,166.41; .
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House receivedas V
r I I In Official MeetingMrs. a new member of the Annie -'; Mr Tom,Stietton W"; H. Bantln ..

Jones ,.r.. Hannah' Scbggins Circle US FORDDEALERS ,v.tdast.ca; Pompano B. PIa. ;

J. R. Heller; new president ,Canal.Point WMU at the October '
Richard L. BtlcorJacksonvlllB. Robert S. Jones
'of the Baptist. Woman's Missionary meeting at the' home of"Mrs. G. T. ; ; Ft*. Coral-Gables, Fla.Georje .' I
Union ofthe-Palm-Lake: "Asso- 'Echols, with the chairman, :Mrs. S f I 0WOU, THE MOSTMAINTENANCEFREP
Clation, and other newly elected officers -, CHarles Manson,, presiding. The Mrs. F. I*. Nelson MeNear v
were installed' the annualVVMtT program, '"Enlistment for Grow_ th", Chiplef. Florida Savanah, Georgia r

assoeiational meeting held was presented by Mrs. S. A. Nail, ) Lester.JadcsociFla. J. Tl: Henderson' "
at the Canal Point,Baptist Church I; assisted by Mrs.,J. S. tAkms, Mrs. OtJnenme; Port Pierce, Fla. I

with Mrs. H. C. Danner, retiring Jack,Strayer,;Mrs. F. F. Burr, :Mrs. .

president, presiding at the opening Edna Maxson and' :Mrs. Echols. It ''..'FORD IN I H J'CZ'110'Rv. > j, 'Miss.uchi11a.j'fa Sadie Brown' :: W Ocala, Clyde, Florida Bob rson '
'.. business session: Mrs.: Ji; J. Cater was'announced the fall mission S ..::
i Sr., of West Palm Beach served'as book will'be Across! the Bridge." \ .'' W. F. Tliayer, Jr. Melvla L. Paris' I
installing officer Mrs. Atkins reported,on community >J .. Jupiter Florida' Tampa;Florida -;

: Mrs. Heller is]the husband: off missions for October and Mrs. -:., ......... F
Rev. J: Ie ReP i, a! former pastoro Ill J. Manson waS' named hostess'

:'. { the Canal Point Baptist Church ,,for,the November meeting BECAUSE IT5 B AOTlFUUyBUICrTOTAKE, CARE OFriSELP KJWTTOIW TO T CUUStC r FOJO LOOK
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; pastor of-the Riviera
Ne llledal
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!II; Be achd Uet a urah.S ; / on.*hfIq.umttC.nV.ll.r
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.. ,40 L. Mo4a a.tt.n&to the 1..fad' lor t
4 Theme of hte meeting was "For Kenaf'Growth'T Id'fro au.W..d.wr.at..1, ,a.ac l..ut,. '
the Love Christ Constrained."

litfr$. W; 3*,Kvona;.chairfnan',of the Glades USDA Club }' '
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;,I WMU;, Welcomed- the out-of-tbn' Dr. F. Douglas: Wilsan USDA' 1TSaf-1I n1I8W

c delegated Mix Hal Htn ll'ot"the ,geneticist, Everglades Experiment itt ,.......
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Northwo0d WMUi 'West\ Pain, Station,.told'of; IHe. progiea .beIng i.. ....w i ,
.. Beach,.gave the devotiofittis..Special .cs...Ita.... ..,rwteoaQ.a. ..
made at the-station in h breeding .>wedw erwcAdiusb

4 Oyde-Walkdenr music was pieJMftcdCby' ''. program',for_the;,fiber, pfcmt: kenaf > ,;... rnett;stt lta'ot.,.....tldtwt.t4rilt.:..:.
at, the October meeting piEvergladesUSDAClub sMt 1R
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,New ctednseaioCstnadinjr.contmltteo .J8Mt 1M....'asulM ':;'' ,
\. 'were-Mmed.by Mrsc Ha : held bi-the ,.... ...... ....., ......,. r .
I ,' Community Building: at Glades 1 .as Ymyw 6l? y .iM M(-A er1I lifr.....,:' "sS
ere:I t'wus-reported)that Park, Canal PomV',\vith.PresidentDon :
units were recent,:oJ'fldt'12ed\Vith, .,AI .iW ..O.Itwl, n.ret .. : I
Fishierpresiding..' Improved to r.....r.c
in the association.The Canal:Point ;
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varieties have been developed since
WMU was I hostr at the'sandwich'
4 the, program was started in 1951, I ';
luncheon attended; Approximately1170T persons ;1 but the susceptibility of kenaf to : mrN' 4

attack by root-knot nematodes con-
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k s" piues as a major problem in the
NOTICE' OP INTENTIONTO
program, he said. A vtzitc r'at the
RBG6TBR KKJTlTlOtTSNAMIT
:' I meeting,was ,Lanai hal Gosh ')f
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India, an appointee of the International
j Notice is hereby given that the Cooperative Administration

undersigned, under* the proviskmsof who is receiving training in

ti, S chapter 20,953, Laws of:Florida, he United States on fiber crap
;Acts of,1941, will register:with the production. I
Cler&f of the Circuit Court, in'andfar'Palm -
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Beach County, Florida, 4 '7 1

/upon receipt. of proof 'of Publication }
... PatrolLeaders
." 'of this notice, the fictitious t '

"' .( name;.,to %vrtt: Named By Troop 195 bt GAlAXI

CANAL'POINT PHARMACY' --+-. :

under whicb/I,ain engaged in business Pahokee Girl Scout Troop 195 E BY FOR : ::

at Canal'Point' Florida.:, af a meeting 'to reorganize for the "j: "i

I /f'lliatthe: partyinterested! in saidbu9inessi3Tas coming year'elected Linda,Flsher, ,' SEE IT..DRIVE'IT..ATYOUR. :
,. : follows: Mary;Jane Pell and Sandra'RpyelL FORD-DEALER: S TODAY F.D.&F? 1 tr

L: :M8LVIN P UL, patrol,leaders; Gay Spooner; scribe y ...'" '.
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: I.I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES (j jc visited daughter his, parents Amie Jo, Mr., of and Orlando Mrs. J. ?E Miss Sandra Lam pi Honored On Her 17th i

R Williams, and sister Miss Velma

.T Williams. here over. the weekend.. Birthday Anniversary At Surprise Party iI

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Ii -': Mr. and Mrs. L. Terry of Okee-
;>- "' Mrs, Wendell Harris and, daughters M{. and Mrs. Rudy Duke and I
'. chobee were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Lamoi ,
f' ". ..... .Faye and Shirley, will spend children of Cocoa visited Mr. and Ed Rogers !Pahokee, over the entertained at the Woman's Club ; I
': the weekend visiting: her.brother- Mrs.:L.. D. Duke in'Pahokee over
weekend. with hon
building a surprise party X i
,: in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. the weekend. .
1 oring their daughter Miss Sandra
Harris. Folds and family at San- :Mrs. Ray Hawk, Sr. returned to !
Mrs. Allie Okie will be hostess I Lampi, on her 17th birthday anniversary '. _
forcLMr.: Harris, who has been liY her home in Canal ,Point Sunday
Business Mrs assisted .
to members of the Pahokee Lampi, was
r' Zellwood the past week on business from.Everglades Memorial Hospital -
and Professional Women's i! I by Miss Becky Barwickin the deco
where she underwenta I
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A Club at a business meeting at her j i rations, using hibiscus and carissa. S -

and Mrs. Rupert Mock ana home Tuesday evening. President- tonsilectomy. Around the birthday cake ton ths 4 :L

:Mr. and 'Mrs.' Lewis Friend plan Mildred Lavender will preside. O., D. Carpenter suffered a ser- refreshments table was an arrangement a' (

:. to spend the weekend at Tallahassee ious injury to his right eye while' of hibiscus and fern, with \

,;. where they will visit their < ,Mrs. Edwin Todd, program chairman playing ball with his grandson lighted pink tapers in milk glass :x k.< ,

children, Rupert Mock, Jr, ian f o the,Faye Taylor Circle,.will Danny Denton and Danny's play- holders on either side. Approximately t: t

, Miss Cynthia Friend both students' present the program at Pahokee the, November mates. He is receiving treatmentin '50 guests attended. Miss y c u ,, I tI ti

"': at Florida State University, and meeting of the West Palm :Beach. Lampi is the drum major for the I

practicipate in the FSU,homecoming Baptist Woman's Missionary So- highly popular Pahokee High i,
festivities. ciety to be held at the church Tues- The membership of the Pahokee School band directed by her lather h 'Y

f' day at 3 p. m. Mrs. Joe Thompson, Youth Center is sponsoring a dance I

-_'; \1 -Mraid Mrs.,R. R. (Bob) .Hend-. president will preside. for teenagers at the Center Sat- 4 f If

..rI" ,. *Hrs 5n: attended funeralservices for urday from 8 to 11 p. m. Music will 4-
entertained at ,
-I his aunt Mrs. John Hdlcomb, at Mrs. Lee 'Wroten be furnished'by,the'Rhythm Rock-
her home Monday afternoon with a Miss Jeanine M'o c k visited The Xi Beta Tau Chapter, Beta 'I
Lake Worth-SatUrday. ers of West-Palm Beach.
r party 'for her daughter, Bea who friends in Gainesville over the Sigma Phi, will meet at the home ',

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maxson entertained was celebrating her fifth birthday Mrs. C. E. Connally of Coral weekend.Mr. of Mrs. W. O. Moss Nov. 3.

at their home with a cof- anniversary. Refreshments were Gables is visiting her daughter,
and Mrs. J. S. Chastain have Oscar
Chastain and Mrs.
/" t'e1 Vj!"' "bers of the adult department of the Pahokee this week. Mr.. Singletaryis I returned from a visit with their I Gibson of Thomasville, Ga., arrived

\.- Baptist Training Union at the Canal Mrs. Jimmy Moore will be Omic-host- a surgical, patient at Good Samaritan daughters, Mrs. Sidney Smith and here this week for a visit with. \
members of the Beta
Point Baptist Church. Refresh- ess to Hospital West Palm Mrs. Clyde Griffith, and families at Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Chastain and
} .inents were served to, 35 guests.Mr. ron Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi at a Beach. I Tiffin and Calhoun Ga.: other relatives. I
meeting at her'home, Nov. 3.
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; and.Mrs. Earl Crossman and .
:Mrs. Robert Harris and sons of I
children of Fort Lauderdale spent I ,
West Palm Beach were guests here !
the weekend in Pahokee visiting
her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Sam of: her parents, Mr.. and Mrs.. D. L. t
is Hooks: over the. weekend. \
,/McKinstry. Sr., Mr. McKinstry
recuperating from a recent heart Among those who attended the !,

attack' at the Everglades Memorial football game .between the fresh- >;
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Hospital. man teams of the University of Miami

'; Ann Friend will be the and the University of'Florida '
"Mary in the Miami Orange Bowl Friday Phone 511- Pahokee_ Phone WY 62550.Belle Glade
guest of her sister Miss Kay
/ night were ,Mr, and Mrs. Frank .
Lauderdale i
Friend/ 'Fort over
.: the. weekend. Gillis and son and Mrs1. Veronia SALES and SERVICE
Tarr and sons

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Herndon'have ::.::/Heating: -. Air Conditioning1 Appliances
Mr.and Mrs. J, V. Thomas were I. ; _
l' returned,to Deland after a visit
here with his brother-in-law% and guests last weekend of her broth
and-sister Mr. and Mrs. Jim JILK imi Mm Jim.jinu JHI Jim>umt ivu.ttnhere's
i :sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hender- er-in-law ,
EL G.:.Kilpatrick, former PahokeareSidents
son. -
now living in Lakeland. ... '
..f \ 1 t''etMrs.-Id'Blanchard'' has arrived I .
'f' *.'""Trom'Michigan to spend the' fall .Mr.And.Mrs. H. M. McIntosh ore '
.'t the weekend'in Tallahassee : -:...
and winter season here with her spending real new ,
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son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and where they will visit thier son, b9f .
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Mr.\hd:'Mrs! Ear? Wilson'of:HI* 'activities..* : : f .. '1 f. ., .t :k'"y .. ... ,
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,.Stern in .CanalPoint lastweek- Mr. ,and Mrs. O. D. Carpenter, i
'e nd f and whiles here helped 'Mr.'Stern accompanied by their son and .. : INEW! I \ ;& V .

< 'CelebrAte his birthday anniversary daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mil; '

at ton Carpenter and family of, Belle "
a party.
Glade will be guests of Mr. and ,

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisher and Mrs George Mizel and- family at .. .
LdC's
family spent Sunday in Miami vis Arcadia Sunday. : Ql

iting her mother Mrs.'O. F. Under. '
Mr,. and Mrs..'Walter. L. Boat-
wood, the, occasion being in celebration ; ,
of the birthday anniver. wright visited Mr..and Mrs. GeorgeHill I tt !
sariesof both :Mrs. Underwood-and and' other friends in Orlando I
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j Mrs:'Fisher. over,the weekend. While away, Mr., '. ew \\\4ffi

w':'<,;', : ,_ : i Boatwright ,attended, a :banquetmeeUg'ofovtboard'.motorf' : <.. .. ..
,Ms. ArcbBlakey:, entertained at ; dealers$ : -

her.bome'on Annona AVenuewilha at Winter" Park;Monday. ,- '
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Bolivia party, honoring her husband .
on hid birthday'anniversary. Mr.)and Mre.Mt P.,'Stanley leave J _

Guests were Mr.'ad Mrs.,H..J. Anderson. today to visit friends at. Trenton, ; WATER HEATER : '

.' Mrs. Helen Schroder, and Fla, and will attend the Universityof .c. r

1 Mrs. Npla B. Smith., Florida-Auburn football game at, ,... 1. .. ,' 0 ,

Mr.' and Mrs. J. C. Scroggins of Gainesville on Saturday. ..r.; ';. never'lets Yau.
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Lake Worth .were guests Monday Mr. and Mrs ft" .

of his .brother-in-law and sister as guests' Sunday their son, Nor short /47) fj -
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tr ,Mr. 'and Mrs. Ralph Maxson, and wood.Guthrie,'and family of Miami. ; \ -

I family rp atvCanal,- ,. Point 7- Mr; and Mrs. AUdie Hooks., Srn / :;really hot mater ,. : '.. / ., -

t ; '. .J., 0.; Weeks 'was host,Saturday. of dewiston ,are guests this week_ 1.; ...-, < .. ,..t, ,.",' .. :' .: -. \ I,

:.'-Evening at.a steak supper for I,9mybero'ot of ,her brother-in-law, and sister' .,. .;,.,;.. ". !':i ._ .. 'I" ,
Mr. and Mr&.W.L. BoatwrightiDPahokee ;,1 .. f. .t. .j.t7' '," j.. i*,,'A'.I} r ::", 'I' _' .. I'
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.: :j; JOcoana of piping-Hot water for afl '
f several : i fe your farm .
Beach is 'spending days -i
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.. .I with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. "f' aad home need for'penne' a day\ -Theee-

ClissilieaAds Earl Maxson in Canal Point while! ., .S compact high-speed heaters supply ail the hot .
her husband is away from home on 1 '
-w ''I. .. business. .," '. r wateryou need-when you need it...r 1ure you ,
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\ : HAD A VKHO&t Give 2661 a 'Mrs. S. .A. Nail and Mrs. James S seed. 'it. Automatic, dean., quiet, and dependable 1 :

/ ring ,and let us know about it Gibson and daughter, Jamie, were J; 'as.only fiamekss electricity can be. See

', and we'will be" happy to put the guests for'several days of Mr. and f ..: your electrical appliance Dealer plumber or
r' ,Jtem in our personal,news column. Mrs. Marvin Cross in West. Palm .,
; Of'course, thereat: NO CHARGE.' Beach. 'f,electrical, contractor. .. .

\ Thanks... The ,Everglades News. v S : Enjoy cr -fne modern
I ,:Mrs. J. W. Repper will be hostess .
: !FOR SALE: New'aad used WIMys to members of the Canal Point l coo 1 -

'l'Jeeps. Walter Ashteyfs' Garage :Methodist Woman's Society of :: CA / :

la fie:Glade, Phone 3Q<&. Christian Service at November ; .1t/ L.'. Cfi i( L 10.mealperp.onl
}-. Oct. IT-M-ch. held U"
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meeting to be in the
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School building Tuesday ,night.
/ PRINTING ALL KINDS If 'SAFER. CLEANER COOLER .:-'
Mrs.. C. L. Stuart will present the -
j.,* need cards, envelopea,'letter- Nearly million Florid FtnjtIU -
you / program. .... ... ON.THE. FARM AND W THE'HO-Mtr.., 8UNSHI-NE
: loAdlrltf "tflhtaTTl 1Ita'JtiU: **_&* Pj-b&fid (""t r I .s btv9 switched to fme, >(
,. "bffis, |or somAhifig T is'the';printing Mrs. Duncan Padgett,of
'f'.;'-' >'Jf e.just .;d....!!!."P'f... .l .aBd oal4r and ;Mrs A.. H. Seruggs of' Canal :: 8AR6AIN. IN ,YOUR BUD0ET % y"; :,. ,{>>,. .. '.,,: ....' 'j

: The Evergladea, .Hews' at CanalI Point were called: to Gainesville the l ; ._

Paint. No 3661.:W.'are experts ia0ar firstof .the week to attend graveside .
._ tt' _! ad' services for,tbeir infant granddaughter | FLI1IIA PIWEI fc LICIT CIMPANYLPIH6 J '
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price*' are ,In .Hne with owt of'town :daughter of,:Mr.,and Mrs.: { c'
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pgintonTwao eem te theGIa&YJ.for. Calvin Padgett, who died shortly Lt :> MUILD FLORIDA. .fczmti'

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Mrs. CUnninghamIs "sorority girl of the year/' Lamar Williams Is 1"VOICE LESSONS ATTEND SEMINAR. .

As a member of the Pahokee Among those who are taking Ha Mae Smith, Virginia-Scraps
Recipient Of Special First Methodist Church, she is Student RotarianLamar
members
x voice lessons taught by Director and Martha Sellers, of the
'f.i. Recognition serving' as chairman of the com- -Brown at the Belle Glade Baptist staff of the 1961 edition of the Pa-
mission on education, superintendent Pahokee.
i' Williams High Church are the Rev. Robert A. hokee High School yearbook;
of the youth division in the School Senior \vas inducted student
as
Shelley Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Black- Devils Trail attended a seminaron
Mrs. Enecks
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Kathryn Cunningham church school, member of the official member of the Pahokee Rotary I ;
well and Mrs. E. Maxson. The high school publications held at
first teacher the Pa
grade board and secretary of the Club for the 1960-61 school
year series of'lessons ,arebeing taugnton the Hialeah High School Saturday.
f
hokee
Elementary) School was
Woman's Society of Christian Service at last week's luncheon meeting
given special recognition at the Thursday nights for the next 1 I Martha's mother, Mrs. T. LY Sellers f
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President
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with R. O. Lampi in
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nine weeks. Others wishing to accompanied them.
October meeting of the Parent- On Aug. 8, 1937 she married charge// the .ceremony. Selectedby par yi
Teacher Association, when she was ticipate in this free course are ask-
David W. and the'
Cunningham they faculty to the
represent
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introduced by Principal Herman ed to contact either Rev. Shelleyor Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson
have three children: David. Jr., school as student Rotarian he is
Austin as the only elementary Rev. C. D.. Stewart in Canal spent, the weekend in Miami with
Pahokee School whois
High graduate vice president of' the Senior Class
in Palm Beach Point. I relatives, and friends.
school teacher
Memorial Mission
attending vice president of the Beta Club

County to receiv* a Career Incre- Hospital School of Nursing Ashe- president of the Spanish Club, ..

ment Award during the past year., ville. N. c., preparatory to becom- member of the school's yearbookstaff

In "l957 the State Legislature ing a medical doctor; Judy, PHS and five-year member of the [
passed a law to aid the teaching '
graduate now in her second year a't PHS Band. '
." profession known_ : as the,career increment -]I Beach Junior
Palm College, preparatory The operation of the low-rent
SUE MEAD'S BEAUTY SHOP -
;. plan to provide increased'II I to following her mother's housing projects by the Pahokee
for teachers who work be-
wages and become element-
footsteps an Housing Authority was explainedto .
I .. yond the call of duty in their school I ary school teacher;' and Harry, a, the Rotarians by James W. ,
At 1821 East Main.St. Pahokee.
and communities thus giving'.freshman at PHS. Vann, PHA executive secretary, ,
teachers an opportunity to earn ..
who was introduced by J.V. Thomas. -

more money without'leaving their President W. K. (Hank) Ald- r-
classrooms. Each is New Circle Head .. !
County respon- ridge presided.. IS NOW OPEN rT. -
sible for putting the plan into action .. .
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Named In Pahokee '.
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county not I I ,, ,f. ., .
; A teacher's teaching ability, ser ,Junior' Play Is t ;S .f For Appointment 7827 ; .., .
Mrs. Edith Casto elected
vice to school and service to community was I

is Judged in determining chairman of a new circle that was I|Planned, Dec. 1,2 .

\ eligibility for. the career.'increment organized within the Pahokee I
award. Methodist Woman's Society of Rehearlsals for the Pahokee

' High School Junior Class play ,
Mrs. Cunningham a native of Christian Service at a meeting at
,6' the home of the Rev. and Mrs. T. t:. I "House .for Sale-Haunted," were
." Georgia received her BS degree O'Steen. started this week following try- -ELECr'John

from Georgia Teachers College and Other officers elected were Mrs. outs"for the selection of the cast.

has done graduate: work at the University Madonna Wright, vice chairman; I The three-act mystery-comedy was T4t: F. KirkSHERIFF
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I of Florida and Florida State Mrs. Ann Rita Turbeville secre- written by.J'amesTobias and is being -

tary; Mrs. -Hazel Winch, treasurer; directed by Robert Hoffman, '
.:U vers1ty., She has taught, in ele-
Mrs. Katherine Fountain, sunshine PHS librarian. It will be presented I
'mentary schools for 21 years, and
::has been teaching In Palm Beach chairman; Mrs: Hazel Wroten hospitality In the high school auditorium on '
I f ; ,County 17 years. \ chairman; Mrs. Alice Moran the slights of Dec. 1 and 2, start- 32 year of continuous Law Enforcement

spiritual life chairman and ing at 8 p. m.
,She is_an active leader in school, ; in Palm Beach ,County
Mrsrf,Ruby Chaney Christian social Juniors in the cast are Sue Brower -*
L and A /
community church work.
relations chairman. Catherine Young Alice Hurt.
: member the NationaEduca.tiori; KIRK is.a manof Action-not !
I !Association Members 'were welcomed into Vicki Alley Bonnilu Lair, Margie promises
Florida Education As- the WSCS by the president, Mrs. Kahn, Sue Sheridan, Jimmy McEl-: .
.sociation and Palm Beach County henny Jimmy Jackson James YOU CANNOT SUBSTITUTE. WORDS FOR EXPERIENCE> *
r Association Ernest Maxwell. It was voted to
o i Classroom Teachers meet regularly the third Thursdayof Batchelor Joey Ezell Don Kelly,
L L ,.she is vice president and public re- each month, and the circle mem- Roger Hatton and Johnny Russom. 16 active years as Sheriff of P. B. County w '
lations chairman of the County .
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bership was left for the enrollment -
CTA and_ a nominating committee open : See and John HIRE'OOT. .
.; '" member of the ,FEA Classroom of,", additional, members.Hostesses' Mr. and Mrs. R. W. (Bobby) Hear. '. :1;

:' \ Teachers.Department. Also.on.'tho -at the' meeting were Schroder' Mrs RC. Hatton Mrs R. F. Hurt
: Ann of Hypoluxo 'visited his -
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, ". the School Health Council and has Mrs. O'Steen and Mrs. Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schroder NOV.s-s:45p.'m. CHANNEL 12 ,

jf r5 served on workbook promotion heer Sunday. (PoL Ad Authorized by Campaign'-Treaa)

policies, elementary curriculum DR.'BLACKBURN SPEAKS '--

" and tenth month,planning commit Dr. H. W. Blackburn of West '

,> tees. Currently she is chairman of; Palm Beach, superintendent of the I '

I the Migrant Steering, Committeetor West Palm Beach District of Meth-

,,' Glades Schools.,.......=-. (.. odlstfChurches, delivered the sermon -: LET US FORD DEALERS.SHOW. YOU THE -,
\< A member and p president: of at the morning worship service :

i. the Pahokee PTA, she,is also secretary of the Canal Point Methodist Church '

of Delta Kappa Gamma and Sunday. In the afternoon, following MOSf MAl NTENANCE-FREE. FORD IN HISTORY i

,:,: past president of a Pahokee chap- a fellowship dinner in the I..7 .- .'
':. ter of Beta Sigma,:Phi. In the latter Community Building at the Glades ..,<, ..,, '" .'"..,- :;Io< ,

; group she has served -as program Park, :Dr. Blackburn presided ata '.7 > Iii!

chairman treasurer parliamentarian quarterly .conference held by '- >- ,',-',
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: hospitality chairman and members of the church. -

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BEAUTIFULLY BUILT TO LET'S'COMPARE OPERATING COSTS

COMMISSIONER TAKE CARE OF THCMSRVES... Bo*.<.l on 2,000 MB?for One Year's 6rtvfatg

,. ,y AND TO TAKE CARE OF'YOU. 'BYCUTTING .

DISTRICT :NO. 1, COSTS ELIMINATING YOUR PRESENT CAR ear "
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MANY SERVICE STOPS! OPERATING'COSTSIiRkli- ,r. ,. .- I
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and fair representation this'" /I feel it No doubt about, the 1961 Ford CA.---.1OIII.ml ) SUJO c"rZUIaLcATolix $M.IO' <
means a two party system. ** ;
.:' ', 1 .: ie'. beautiful automobile. But the ..........U""....."l -

.. /, --is unfair.. for everyone-to. have a commissioner who Is .in the. really big 'news is the way it can eacMAMis CHAiMc.f 1,'
; oak you f1&07IeJt. : 'l: .. J.s; .tA.-.*M f*.'.mt-- ss. ON. .. _,.. .1r0'
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S. I 1 for all the People J. Opposing Kenneth Foster." chassis lubrications. Then, A quick 1IU'.ItIPUCD .:< :'tdS ooult!.:;:::..., !. .. rt

inexpensive Ford Dealer l Jube..job. =:-. ...:::;= ISM .... .. .... .
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',. I r. cP t:Ad +,. Pai TIQ 1y; campaign. tr. :uurerf1' -4 30.000 miles. You'llgo4',000'. -
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.; miles between oil changes with''Ford's JUKI!AOJUSTMOITSA ttW SOJ AOJUSTM ,, '"-
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'': _: .. ;z. t Full-Flow oil filter. Ford's powerful v(**la mwh Me*M p-St jr M r|"'djtntaMrt.. UO .......,.|.................*.;: HIO r
-, new Truck Size brakes save, too for ulcaRy tat OM M**<.w,ktinf) ." -'
SQL- they adjust themselves automatically AUTOMATIC TRAMS.BAND 1'- "
for the life of the lining. And Ford's MEW CMMSSXMtATie \ It
*UNKACE ADJUSTMENT .
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-ELE'OT.EDWARD'.- double-wrapped aluminized; muffler .(.A.*...flM M cue MT MM. A.....-- -752L90 IM4.............. .J._ ... :i' "'1 ...
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normally lasts up to 3 times longer

: than the ordinary kind. WAXING TORO DIAIIOIIO LUSTa'.
Add to these features the fact that
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(Nr*..iu twin**ft. 0 Cpprwi-, fI..H OOM
Ford's Diamond Lustre Finish never i"'') c'I at
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needs waxing, and you have a car

$ ANDLOW that can save you plenty in mainte- TOTAL SE2.gs TOTAL $11.13 "
nance costs. And remember we Ford ., ..-
REPUBLICANCOUNTY Dealers were the first to extend our .

warranty on 61 cars to 12,000 miles TM figunt ta chart abma.at Utt.r*arnM........*..av.rag.MtloMlcotte / '
COMMISSIONER or one full year, whichever comes ta o,.. and epcnto a ItSO-tWO fu.-.. America car for s My t i
; first. Ask your dealer to show you 'Hf.and driving an....gt afmnal *Uac.of ttJOOt mH.*S at cop./ ,'.
the details. ,. riik CM 1W1 Ford for aM fv untfcrth*tarn av f g.conditio.

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t national ateraye labor cott*. rOlD SAVES/ flU AS MM *5 J71-S5-H OFOATISC' COSTS l ALCOl<

"THE PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATE"BANDLOW.pledges ra u.

not to hold a real estate while In i ,61 BEAUTIFULLY PROPORTIONED,
FORDS
public office *
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A two party system will force economy into Palm Beach ,
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A two party'system quill let the,Hgh ,Qf., ruth shine. into the, PAHOKEE MOTORCOM PANY ;.

,da..'k.cOmers of your court house., ', .

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The Pahokee Church The ChurchOf God Canal Point,

s Of The :Nazarene Of Prophecy, Pahokee Baptist ChurchRev.


71 Bacoxn Point Road Canal-Point Road Charles D. Stewart' Pastor. II
, SUNDAY
Charles F. CrausweH. Paster John'H. Kinard pastor :
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Phone 758: P O. Boat 882 10:00'a. xn. :-Sunday School, 11:00 9:45 &r m-Sunday School .
a. m.-sr-Morning Worship
SUNDAY SERVICES:
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service
6:30 Union. I
p. m.Training
9:45
a. -Sunday'SchooL
Service
7:45 p. Evangelistic 7:30
p. m.Evening Worship
11:00 a. m.-Sunday.Worship.' --
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7:00.p.Evangelistic m.-Sunoay Service.:Evening. Everyone 8:00 p. m.,welcome.Thursday Special W. M.music B. 7:30 p. m.--Prayer- Meeting- : _


;WEDNESDAY:'. and singing.' I Palm Lake Group
.; .WafpTntMidweek Prayer j
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"Where you are a stranger but The Methodist Church' Former Local.Pastor 1Q6OR-ALLY. \
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Canal Point "
Florida I
The annual Woman's':Missionary, SPECIAL. --HALLOWE-EN

Fire ;'MethodistChurch.Pahokee Robert A. Shelley, Pastor. Union meeting of ,the Palm-Lake '
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T HG WORLD'S CHILDREN
SUNDAY
: Association met'at the Canal Point

. 10:00 m.-Church School I I Baptist Church on October 20,
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} 11:00 a. m- Morning Worship WWuWUWUWUWUW
1960.'For the love of Christ Constrained .

SUNDAY Rev.:' .T. C. O'Steea 7:30 6:30 p. m.m.-EvenIng Youth Fellowship Worship us" was the theme. Mrs. Den One Cub Scouts Coffee In Honor '
t p. Hal Hunter from the Northwood
9:45 a. -Church School MONDAY: In Weekly MeetingPahoke SheriffJohnKir '
Baptist Church, West Palm Beach,. .
;i 11:00 a. m.-Morning. Worship. 3:15.p. m. Youth Choir practice gave the devotional. Mrs. H. C. -
6:45 p. m. MYP '
,/ ; TUESDAY! Danner. president: presided over Den One Cub Scouts held The 441 Steak House in Pahokce .
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00- ,p.'m.-Woman's Society the old business session. Mrs. W. their regular meeting at the city was the scene of a coffee from 9

TUESDAY: 1st Tuesday S. Evans, Chairman of the lone I park with Mrs. W. O. Moss and to 10:30 a. m. on Thursday of this -

...-' 7:00 p. m Vesper Choir prac 2nd MONDAY: 'patterson Circle of the Canal Point Mrs. J. L. Tyson, Jr., den mothers. week, honoring John Kirk, Democratic *

tfceWEDNESDAY: 7:80 p. m,-Esther. .Class meeting Baptist Church, gave the welcome Following the serving refresn- nominee who is seeking reelection -

: weelc devotions WEDNESDAY; address. ments by David; Caraway, the to the office of Palm
7i45p'm.-31id; : ; I
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir pI'aCro' 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting- : Special music was 'presented by group went to the First Methodist Beach County sheriff, subject to

tice.Canal I Mrs.. Clyde Walkden. :Mrs. J. J. Church_ to practice _a Halloweenskit votes cast 'in the Nov. 8th election.

'. -.. .:!- "l St. Mary's Catholic Cater,Sr.,was in charge of the in- for presentation.at the monthly Hostesses for the occasion were
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0 stallation of new ,officers for the Cub Pack meeting. Mrs. Lee Wroten Mrs.. Gibb Gross, '

Point; first = .' Church coming year, and'each officer was Mrs.Charlene Schultz, Mrs. Thom .

Baptist Church 0 -, presented with ran, orchid corsage.j lOB's RELATIVE PASSES as Elliott and Mrs. Frank' O'Con-

rr Father Francis Fennech, Pastor Committe chairmen 'were also ,Frank Grey, 68, of Winchester, nell.
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c, .Eldet:R.E.-Barfieldt $ '. Sunday Baas-- 11:30 a. m. elected, one,being'Mrs,J,'R.'Heller' Tenn., died at his home there,from .. .. :
; ; "",... 1 Confessions before Mass. Who's'husbandJ1as, served as former a heart attack on Sunday, acCprd- '. ;
t SUNDAY.: s, .' Debbie Parrish Has
;, ..10:00 n.'Ecu =Supday 0" "School .. .p tor at the Canal Point Baptist ing to word' received hereby his v

11:00 a. m--Mom1ng'Woiiip' ", ,C yrch. ,After' the.installation cousin' 0. B. )McCIure. ,Mr. Grey Birthday Partyi

..7UJOtp.-HU-rB. T. C.f ; Christian Science of new'officers Ttlrs,),,,"J';:.Heller, was a ,visitor during the winter
GroupOf Canal Point- new president for Palm-hake As- season in JPahokee on several.oc-
f Parrish
Debbie celebrated
her
(. '.Q.OO'; p": ;yen1ng'Worship. ; ;
i: < WEDNDESDAY: sociation Woman's Missionary casions. Services were, held atWinchester tenth birthday anniversary at a

'::. 7:$0 p.;.-Midweek Prayer. Comforting' assurance of the Union presided. It; was reported on Tuesday. l4a party given by her mother Mrs.. F
E -, ..'Service final destruction of all sin will be that four new WMXTfl had been organized -I S.Parrish, in the city park. The

\\2 2nd andv4Ui TUESDAYS:* .....: given in the Lesson-Sermon entitled arid were represented at I Miss, Carley Bracewell, studentat hostess was assisted by Mrs. J. L.

f. S 7":30'p. izL 't.ade.rAmdHa1'y"; I "EvertlastinSv Punishment"to the associations!..meeting, The afternoon ,I[ ;Jones fBusiness College,:::Lakeland Tyson, Jr., and. Mrs. Ww K.-Aidridge. -.
, Keetlng. be presented Sunday at Christian was; devoted: conferencespre3ided visited her parents, Mr# and Debbie's classmates at the

., Science church services.' over'by the*new commit- Mrs. E. F., Bracewell, at Canal Pahokee Elementary School were.
; God's will be 'emphasized te chairman, At noon host I .
mercy ? the, Point aver: the weekend. guests..H. .
St;geter's: Lutheran in the criptural selections from church served a sandwich lunch to

Psalms ;(130:7,8): "Let Israel hopein approximately 170 present at the I -
Church Belle Glade .
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the Lord: for with the Lord community building in Canal Point. H..H..I..H. tn iH it t M 11 ii r i M i -M111 H m i n n .
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*' there is mercy and with him 1s -- .
.c August Koerber. Pastor .K
plenteous redemption. And he shall I
601 W.:Lake Rd. Belle Glade Steak Supper Is THEATRESPRINCE
$SUNDAY redeem. Israfel from all his iniquities .

:' 'Divine Services 11.A. M. ." Enjoyed By S.S. Class I I I '
Sch'ool 9:45 The following is one of the passages : LAKE DRIVEESTPahokeeBeUe

A.L"f't; to be read from "Science and ,
Members
of the Young People's
; Health with Key to:the Scriptures"by Pahokee Glade Road
':"., Sunday Class of the Point -- _
Holy Nativity : ff Mary Baker Eddy (265:5): : Canal r j2 ,
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"Mortals must gravitate. Godward, Baptist Church were the honored, .
l Episcopal Church, .1. 1; _<" .' ,];; -- -- Dip FEATURES _
: Pahokee their affections, and aims grow guests at a steak supper preparedand 6U1"DAY-MONDAY.TUBS DA;Y
spiritual,-they must near the served in the home of Mr. and SUNDAYMONDAYTBBSDAYOCTOBER
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S'U.. Wendell Hainlin, Vicar broader interpretations of being, I Mrs. J. G. Weeks Saturday evening 30-SL'NOV.-1 f.l

St AYt.: and'gain some proper sense of the October 22 at 7:30 p. m. The "The Greatest: Show w

-10""a. 'School infinite,-hi order that sin and .teacher J. S. Atkins,,and the as- TOBY TYLEROn .
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11 mortality may be put off. .sociate teacher, Wilbur Echols, .
a. m.Worshipservice
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-. were among the several guests. I : ": BETTY HUTTON AND ,

'. I- Sorority PlansHalloween I This new ,class was organized .. KEVEN CORCORAN,. HENRY CHARLTON HESTON
First :
Baptist.. on the first Sunday in October, and CALVIN'-AND GENE :-AISO I

-ChurchfPahokeeSUNDAY PartyA I has steadily grown,in membership.. ELnoN'. "Let's 'Go Navy" f'I
All unmarried young people not en-
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t SERVECBB: Halloween masquerade. party listed.in some other,Sunday School I .ti (1 I) t t \ ( J J t J t J t : : : : 1 : t II t I : : .,f t 11 t II : II .
i; and Class are ,invited to become,active .
7 .94S=s. Sund School covered dish will be r.
m-:- &y supper ... .. _.. _
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'l :QO;a. :nf<-Morning.:.WOIJ Jp \ held by,,the Beta Omicron'Chapter; members of,this growing,class.The
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1 1.4 P1 v-:= ''eh>ig v'bb' et : Beta ,Sigma PhJ. ':"Sorority: ; at 'the Sunday School begins"at.9:45 aw 31. r'" i
t: 8iOQ"pc.m.Evening Wcri' : home of Mr.'and Mrs.;'Jimmy hioorothis each Sunday. .- '. 1 f'

WEDNESDAY: .Friday evening# honoring the Charles D. Stewart' the Pastor.' ,

il' .*800; 'p.,m.-Pjrayer'Meettofc chapter's five rushees: Mrs. Ruth I J. G. Weeks is the Sunday ScEool, .. .. 1
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S ,Lynette Hammond and,Mrs, Sylvia Lampi And PHS Band' flIIU"lllJIIRJIF/EO -
arf ld Highway Elliott. '
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I Plans for the party Were announced Hear,Marine Band

'9:45 A. M.-Sunday School I by Mrs. Julian Branch, social r, -

11:00 A. M. Morning Worship I chairman, at the chapter meeting Bandmaster Robert O. Lampf OWNED AND'OPERATED BY'MOKE THAN I ::

7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. 3. (Par- I at the home of,Mrs.:Milton Salvatore and members of his Pahokee High 120 FLORIDA CATTLEMENWE

sonage) with the president Mrs. School Band attended the matinee '
X 7:30 P. :M.-Evenuig Worship Jimmy Moore, presiding. Mrs. Lee performance of the U. S. Marine WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS. OF .

':- .. 7:30 P.M.Tuesday Prayer Meeting Shirley, Jr., ways and means chairman Band in the Belle Glade high school CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES- .J
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k. \ announced a games party is gymnasium Tuesday afternoon. : ,....
' 10 P. Ml FYiday -Children's for Nov. 15. WE-.ADVERTISE FOB COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION
.., I' ; being planned They were accompanied by Mrs. r I
.._... ':" v ''.. Church I The program, "Giving and Receiving Lloyd ,Hundley, Mrs. Joe Thompson AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE'
>. 7:30 P. M. Friday Y.P.Z. I Friendship," presented by :Mrs. Ralph Grimes and Mrs. l1ARKETVBEBE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH ..Y

:Mrs. Moore was followed by a discussion R. Gray., CONFIDENCE
LATHEHOSPITAL> I of the topic and the serving Approximately 25 members of

f' at the Everglades i of refreshments. .by; the hostess. the Pahokee High School Glee Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON
, f. f Memorial Hospital Wednesday I Club accompanied by their director -

1\': ; were Slade Turbeville.. Mrs; I Canal Point Lions at their regular Miss Ellen Morgan, also attended -
PAHOKEE-BELLE GLADE ROAD
Gertrude Burney'Sam4McKinstry, : weekly dinner meeting voted to the matinee.
f.;,4:. Sr., John Chandler MIss Betty suspend the club meeting scheduled 4:>...... PHONE WY 6-3028 GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGES _

,> Clark. Mrs. Doris Thompson, "Mrs. :for Oct. 31 in,order that, they Mrs. Lou Lombard and daughter,

: 1,' Hattie Dixon. Walter Wright can participate'In.the PTA Halloween Lisa, of Miami were weekendguests SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. I II

k.,: Willie Singleton-Mrs. 'Sybil ':Man- carnival beteg-held at the here of her parents Mr. and I

: "N '.n1ng"and Leroy Cockrell; Canal Point School on that date. Mrs. James Miller. I

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:is: World .Missions HALLOWEEN AETFAT : SCHEDULUE FOR MOBILE. Youth Group Is 1
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Will Be Featured The Training Union of the First Monday Nov. 14; .Canal.. Point, Raising: Money For

, Baptist. church lit'Pahokee Is plan.. Legislative JobRalph Post. Office 10-1 p. m. S' i
World Missions will be featured ning a Halloween party at the Wednesday Nov. 16, Pahokee, UNICEF Program

f o ,at the 99th annual session of the church on Saturday night of this Corner of Lake Avenue. land 1st

Florida,Baptist Convention to be week. The party will be under the Blank Jr., Democratic Street, 2-5 p. m. .' The Canal Point Methodist

held in St. Petersburg:, November direction of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. candidate for State Senator, this .. Youth Fellowship, assisted by the,
;- 15-17 according to Dr. James Par- Moss, Miss Pat Batchelor, MM. weep emphasized,again the planks & Baptist Training Union, is again
i risk DeLand, program chairman Wiley Tillis. and Mrs. Grace Graj j in his comprehensive platform LUNCHEON POSTPONED j I I I\sponsoring*this year Halloween f

f' '; Dr. James G. Stertz of the convention's :' ham. which on'hlm.,nomination in May The- regular luncheon meeting of "treats" of,coin for UNICEF,t he ,
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, Foreign Mission Board in and again offered'' this widely accented the Pahokee Woman's Club, achedueld United Nations Children's Fund, I

j Richmond, Virginia, will address' Mrs. SchoeppelOpens legislative,, program in hisLid for Oct. 26, was postponed un, for the promotion of better health
: 4. the convention on the opening: day. I f.election next month. Wednesday, Nov. 2, in order to 3 for children the world over through

,Stertz will report on the work, of Retaurant In PahokeeMrs. i#i High on the list of legislative action -I give members an' opportunity to 1 mother and child welfare protection -
;: ____ I I attend the District 10 of I
1,463 foreign nv-ssionaries: in 44r needed for Palm Beach County meeting against disease and better nu
_' countries. The. Foreign Mission Mildred Schosppel this week I the Federation Woman's Club I trition.

. Board of the'Southern Baptist Convention opened a restaurant in Pahokee, j ,!iP', ::}";?',, "u ,;'f"t'.., ,:'' '",,><,s.J In Belle Glade on the 26th. Mrs. M. i The children will make house-to-
{ has the building formerly occupied by I I $", '/:x.t:0':1'J::;r'm P. Stanley will the
: adopted a budget of r present programtI ; ]house visitations in the community
I $12,399,123.00 for 1961 which Cecil's Restaurant. The building is the Nov. 2 meeting. 5
Is.. bra I on Monday between' and 6 p. xxu
, t 0 the largest budget ever adopted by own d by Dr. L. W. Armstrong and 'I I I prior to the start of the PTA: Halloween

the Board. extensive improvements were made x 1 carnival. This is the 10th

f Dr. Arthur RutSedge,.,Atlanta, by him before Mrs S'db'peppel:;tookover Funeral Services I anniversary of "Trick or Treat A
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will represent the Home :Mission I the restaurant and;completeiyrenovated : For C. for UNICES" which was started '
beforef tf R. MathTs 87
Board it opening for ,
of the Southern Baptist Con I by one Sunday School class lq.<
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t 'approximately 2,000 home'mission- Mrs: Schoeppel has./'had'much ex Mrs. H. M. :Mclntosh and Miss I helping underprivUege tShUdreii -
\ 1 perience in the ;business, Julia Mathis returned Sunday I .-
restaurant
aries and employed 470 college students of the world has spread? rapidljr '\.
...: It was back years she from Panama City where they attended *
, as summer:workers"'this year. ago} that throughout the nation. Last yea?,
F_: Dr. John Maguire;: Executive worked\flth'her grandmother; Mrit funeral services for their over two million children in 10,000,
, Secretary-Treasurer of the Florida M. A.; GsC in:operating Gay's! Restaurant father, Charley Robert (Uncle Bob) communities participated in this

r Baptist Convention will brim the (fed* boarding house_ in Pahokee. : Mathis, 81; who died on Oct. 19 welfare project which holds promise ?
'w report on State Missions. According -- It was at Mrs. Gay's that ;x4 after'" 35 years of residence in Pan of a happier future for millions'

,;_ to the latest information '36 the table was. loaded,: with sump ama City. of boys and girls suffering from disease
tuous foods family style and the Mr Mathis had served as"State
1- new Baptist churches were orgau- and malnutrition in 100 coun-
, ized in Florida during the pastyear I patron left only a' nominal amountof avyx y? Attorney and State Representative tries. '

J' and 324 new mission stations: 163 I cash for| the' excellent food he from Holmes County for two ses- Last year Canal Point children

'. of these mission stations are ex- had consumed sions. He had also been City Judge collected $90 for:UNICEF at Halloween -

f 'p e c ted to become fun-tlme Mrs. Schoeppel extends acordial, over a 10-year. period. He was a time and it is hoped the pub-
invitation to her friends to member of the First Methodist
churches. many I lic will cooperate in the same generous -
Other out-of-state speakers ap. visit her in her restaurant where Blank said, is a continued all Church and the Acme Lodge .'n manner, or even more so, this
t pearing on the program; include I Short orders ,and regular meals out effort for early construction of I Panama City.Survivois year.
- Theodore F. Adams, pastor First will be served.Sorority a state university at Boca Ratoru: ; in addition to the two -.. -H-
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I I Blank who has served as a representative in Pahokee include two
Baptist Church, Richmond Glenn_ II daughters
First
New
t- t L. Archer, Execcutive Director Workshop in Tallahassee since 1956, I sons, Joseph I. Mathis Panama Meeting:

Protestants and Other Americans has been closely associated with I I City; and Charles Robert Mathis, Year Held'By WMU

,: United, Washington, D. C., and Held. Santee Home I I the Boca Raton University program 'Jr., of Washington' C.; ona other .
I and is credited with much of the I I : Mrs. Oscar IL: Corbinof
Charles daughter,
B.
It Howard, Head of Bible The first meeting of the new year
A social and, workshop meetingof groundwork which brought the Fort brother James
Myers; one ,
Department, Campbell .
College, I I for the. Canal Point Wom-
r, Buies Creek, N, C. the Sigma Eta Sorority,. Omic- school to the''county. f G.. Mathis of Pensacbla; two"s13I I ah's Missionary Society Baptist wjs: held,.)
ron.Chapter; was held,at the home Of ,
" I I equal importance to the coun- ters, Mrs. John. Sanders and Mrs.John' .
at the church October 24th at
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of Mrs.Pearl Santee in Canal Point ty is the intangible tax Blank said; C Knight of Dothan; eight
o'clock"p.. m. Mrs. C. D. Stewart
Monday evening, when demonstrations and he pledged his'continued efforts
and three
Catherine Geiger grandchildren\ ., great- re-elected president, presided,'With r
; and 'talks on mineral appli ,to seek repeal of the doubled grand-children..

7 YWeds.J.SpanglerJr.,. ques and tile designs. were made by intangible tax measure. I I Services were held at the First at spotlight focusing of the Bible da ,differenttranslations 'and on,
Mrs. Santee The young legislator also Methodist Church Friday afternoon

"; .. Mrs. Catherine Geiger of Canal' Final plans were made for the I ed his support for Pledr-I I at 2 o'CIock; ,,toUq !&fc bygl'avieidjservices ( outiof twq posters the Dark11 of the, Bible and ,"The The Book way
Point clothesline type of exhibit at the property taxi assessments at ; -
i and\ Joseph Spangler, Jr., of at the Evergreen Cemetery of Hope"; with a large over-all
,: Pahokee were married at the Canal home of Mrs. Lilian Masonic' in onable levels and : Panama City., T th'jnqfnbera picture'of'Clirlst the Interest'cent:
Point'Baptist'Church Sunday; Oct.f South Bay on Sunday afternoon, tween all counties; repeal of the of the Acme Masonic Lodge in er was created ; '

: 23, at 12 noon immediately follow November,13th from three to, five "Inventory tax";; continued efforts charge. ,
The Program "The Message of
: ing the morning warship service. o'clock. The public is invited to attend for equal reapportionment; :reorganization I God's., Son" was,presented by Mrs:
this bi-annual exhibition. of the State Road :
The Rev Charles D. Stewart Depart-
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pastor & *i4xsonitiMra'A. T: :Holt
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f Refreshments-were served bythe ment "W''steP.ulf Toad' building in'this
offidated at 'ther'double
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and'Mrs. F. F. Burr.Mrs. Ma. son
co-hostesses, >Mrs. Edna Barrett I area by appointment of a road
ceremony.The the call worship and led In
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bride dark blue and Mrs. Santee to the following: board member from'this'area.. tfP5
wore a r. *$ Stewart presidedover
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Mrs. Ruth Carpenter, Mrs. Luther I 'He pledged his continued support -
street-length dress with blue accessories the business session and |fit
Jones Miss Laurine Anderson, of the minimum foundation ,
and carnation corsage pro -- .
a pink
was reported that the'WMt Palm-: .
Mrs. Bernice Sellers, Mrs. Lillian gram and maximum state aid for
Lake Associational meeting at theCanal
" ; Following a wedding tour of the Masonic and
' Central States, the .couple will Hogan. Palm 'Beach Junior College plus Sybil Draymon) of CIewiston> 20th was a success. ,
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1 Q" make their- home in Canal, Point. The.next meeting will be held at preservation,of a free public school nouhce the birth of a, daughter, : :

t! Mr. Spangler is employed'oy the' the home of Mrs 'Mary Anderson, system. Emly,Merle, (the Everglades. ,Memorial i :'

J$;: Glades Equipment. Company of.Pa.. with Miss Laurie Anderson acting' Blank said the streamlining ofstate'boards Hospital, Oct., 24.SOCITY31E.&The -
.as co-hostess. and commission to effect -
,hob as a mechanic. ... .
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is needed'state
Those from, out-of-town who attended greater economy in -
the the bride Miss Anderson'' government as is continued .f..
wedding were I Canal Point Baptist Wom .,
support for flood control and continued
groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wed WilburEchols to indiscriminate an's Missionary Society' held'its ... .
Joseph Spangler, Sr., and his broth: opposition
irs.rreeting of :the
rewchurc2
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filling of waterways. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux
er and sister-in-law Y '. and.Mrs. the
year at, church Monday with
Mr. and Mrs. W..r.;. Anderson of
: list
The of tourism visit
promotion have.. returned from a with
Mack .Spangler, all of Charleston, M&.JTP: .
Canal Point announce, I Parke'; presldJngr; A;
the !
engagement industry and agriculture and frill their soil-in-law: and daughter, Mr.
S. C., and Mrs. Kirkenner ,
Charles -of their .daughter.,, Shirley I-support- of Development. Commis pjogrran\ 'JMes&ge of ..God'sSon" and Mrs. O. H. Cbastain:, and tam.
pnq Brenda .
daughter of Fort
was 'presented by Mrs. A. T. J -
Wilbur
'. Mae, Charles TScholn, son sion appropriations for advertising ily Thomasville, Ga.
I I Pierce.t' /Holt,Mrs..AIma purr: aced :Mrs. C. .
and Mr. and Mrs: L. D. Echols of ,Florida,and its products. '
Maxson; The interest center at the Bkte: Ludie Laselter has arrived
t :- Pelican Lake. \ Blank also advanced favor for. .,
. The bride-elect Is a member .of revision of Florida's constitution I.Pl gating'wq3 fgc ssaed on differenttrarislations'of from Flor\jla.; Ala.. to, spend thlseason' 1

, -OctobeJ.Meeting'; the Senior Class 'at Pahokee High and for State's rights and_-maintenance -the Bible: herr with" her M n'anj

Of Baptist raes School. Mr. Echols is a':gradual of of public school under state ".--'----. daughter-in-law, Mr. and :Mrs. FbiMr. -
Pahokee:High School and attended and local control. PRINCIPALS MEETINGBi"voks' 1 enter::

., The October-meeting..:, of the Annie the, University of Florida Gaines- Blank la a veteran of two wars, ; Hende'rson.. principal. of and Mrs..' JjtkckXphfflips and
ville. At present he operates a business a Pahokee High 3choolb.! :attendingaTpreevaiuation
Jones-Hannah Scoggins Circle serving in World War 2 as field sons, Jim and J' hn"b&vi returnedto
of',the Canal Point Baptist WHS in Belle Glade- known as artillery officer with, the 83rd infantry meeting of school their home in Fairfax 9. Ci,

was held'at the home of Mrs. G. Echols Electric. Division in Europe. During principals and super&tendeptsotthe after'a.visit here with her parents,
T.Echols on'October 20th-at 8 p.m. Plans are being made for a June'wedding the Korean, campaign; he was call- Forest Hill High School.(taWS? Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong//

Mfg. S; A. Nail presented the program immediately followingMiss ed back into service and was assigned Palm Beach this week, Wel3aeadaythrough"Friday
i and she opened the program Anderson's graduation from 'as an Armrcounter'11'1tell: Dr. Harris Dead Mrs. Roy Vandegrift, 'Sr., will

, with scripture.. Mrs. J: S. Atkins; high school. __. gence and subversive activities of Florida- State University' is serving be hostess to members of Circle A
t I Mrs-G. T. Echols,Mrs Jack Strayer m t-m within the Army. He is now Aa as co: rdih foraC the meeting.WEATHER Five of the Women of the Evee'

. Mrs. F. F. Burr and:Mrs Edna Rare Stamps Will i Major:tin the active. Army Reserve. .- glades :Presbyterian Church etTthel .

: Manson had parts on the'program. Blank a practicing attorney, isan November meeting at her home tn'I I

i :, The October ProgramTopic was I Be OnJHsplay experienced' legislator, having Pahokee Tuesday afternoon.
"Enlistment for Growth". represented the people of Palm At U. S. Sugar Plant Field
. Mrs. D. P. Hughes gave the call The Postal Cavalcade portraying 'Beach'County in the House of representatives Station at Canal Point Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tyson Jr,.
have reutrned to Pahokee afterspendng
: Z I to Prayer and led in prayer. Mrs. a century, of .Postal, Progress' will in two regular ses- Data Temp., Rainfall i
Charles Maxson re-elected chair- be in'West Palm Beach on October sions, two special sessions and one max. mIn. '1nd1ea several days in New Orleans

,- man of the circle, presided over 31, and will be located directly in extraordinary session of the legi October 12 90 66 .00 treatment., La., where he received medical

: : the business; session. was announced front of the West Palm Beach slature. October 13 89 65 .00 w

r'; that the mission study Post Office and will be open to the He is 39 years old, born in Florida ,- October 14 85 70 .00 Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong

books "Across the Bridge", had public from 2:00 p. nx. until 10:00p. ; educated at Palm Beach High October 15 89 65 .12 had as guests over the weekendher

, \ been ordered.'Mrs. J. S. Atkins m. I School and'the University of Flor- October 16 88 69 .00 brother-in-law and sister Mr.
Missions Included in 'the display is the I.ida.He October 17 87 72 .00 and Mrs. R. W. Bowers, and Mr.
for October. The November "million Dollar Exhibit" of stamps is a member of hte American October 18 85 69 .00 and Mrs. Andrew Nordstrom of

,meeting will be at the home of:Mrs. from the Post Office Department's State and County Bar associations, Normal Oct. rainfall 5.04. S Columbus, Ohio., ,

J R. J. Maxson. .Mrs. Martha Houze Philatelic Exhibition Room in American Legion, VFW and .the Oct. 1960 rainfall to date 3.60.. II ., ; ,
Washington This'will be of unusual West Palm Beach Rotary Club.'He ... <
t was welcomed as a new member. / HOME, FROM, HOSPITAL
interest-to the many Philatelists is a member of the Memorial Presbyterian CLASSIFIED ADS Angus Sims is expected to be
in the Palm Beach County Area. Church and takes an PAY'' BIG DIVIDENDS able to return to his home In,Canal .
I. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisher entertained One section of the display will be active part in school activities at Point this weekend from Jackson
"
: at the city park Monday devoted, entrely to the Pony Express South Olive School where two of his Memorial Hospital, Miami, wherehe

I .afternoon witha party honoring 'era..It brings to life through three. children attend classes.CLAD has been a patient for the
past
t S their' son, Lynn, on his tenth birth- pictorial displays and valuable rare few weeks after heart.
suffering
; da y' anniversary. Refreshments relics some of the most .colorful. ADS a
attack while
v watching a football
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-were served to 25'guests.' periods in po&tQl.bistcrY. PAY BW DIVnWSNDS the
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