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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: November 11, 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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t November '11, 1960 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT By PAUL RARDIN '
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f Four y.y Republicans New Commissioner di 25,962 Is (Grateful Votes 'New CommissionerEDWARD Blue Devils Play i F



,Go' To Court, House County Commission Chairman New Smyrna Beach j
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Rardin of Canal Point is deep ...1
Come the first of January there grateful' to the thousands of a The Pahokee ,High Blue Devils, k
will be four new :Republican faces 4 f' y .in Palm Beach county who instead of playing the Vero Beach
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t. '. in Palm Beach county's court house a complimentary vote In his Indians on Lair Field this Friday I
in West Palm Beach. Taking over of Tuesday in the general night as scheduled, will ,entertain J'
f! in the sheriff's office win be Republican Chairman Rardin 'receiv f- the New Smyrna Beach High team
L .Martin Kellenberger of 25,962 complimentary votes. He the game to start at the regular I
Delray Beach 'who ,defeated Democrat Yx::s 4; no Republican opponent and Y (time, 8:15 p. m. A misunderstand ,
; incumbent John Kirk by a >0 :e. votes were merely an expres- Ing that resulted in a conflict in
'f. vote of 37,582 to 30,982. of good will from the thous- the Vero Beach and Pahokee sched- .
In the supervisor of registrar of voters. ules made it necessary to cancel the ,
f' '::' tion's office will be, youthful Republican Neither did the commissioner h traditional game between;>> the two
',, ;.:: ,Daniel Gorham who de- .: rr, Gr a Democratic opponent in the r }R teams this season, and the<< Ne-v;
feated Democrat Horace Beasley primary election for which he Smyrna Beach team agreed to I
t by a vote of 32,190 to 30,311. also grateful. travel to Pahokee and play. ,the
t' \ When the county commission,organizes ** i Blue Devils in place of the Indian I
for the new year there'will The visitors, with an excellent
E be two new faces in the persons of cialEnlish 5.2 record so far this season, have I
l Republican E. F.,Van Kessel who two fast and! elusive backs in
>; defeated Ken Foster by a vote of E. F VAN KESSEL PahokeeSchool BANDLOWLake Quarterback Hester and Halfback I I
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", 35.739 to 27,965. Also Republican ,Juno, Worth Benedict to spark their drives. In !

Ed wanT: Bandlow will be .there instead A new member of the Another :new: member of the their 38-13 win over Titusville last i
of Democrat Roy E.'Michael, commission in January will be Since the foundation of formal county commission in January will week Hester:demonstrated.bis..elusiveness *
Jr., who was defeated by a vote of i publican E. F. Van Kessel of is the ability to read be Republican Edward Bandlow of by running two punts back I

33,203 to 29,786. !who defeated Democrat Ken understand wha: you, have Lake Worth who defeated..Demo for 64 and 67 yards. ,.
Surviving the Republican onslaught er in District 1, by"'a vote of Pahokee High School is in- crat Roy E. Michael of Lake Worth The Blue Devils settled for a, '
were .the following Democrat 730 to 27,961 Mr. Van a special unit in their by a vote of 33,203 to 29,786. Mr. 7-7 tie with the Okeechobee Brahmans I I
hy winners: '" owner and,operator''of a and tenth grade English Bandlow is a land developer in on Lair Field last Friday ...
:. STATE SENATOR Juno where he also serves as' to help the students in their Lake'Worth. night. Coach Pell's men scored in .1.1I
Ralph Blank.Jr., (D)' __34,168 of police and chief ,of the lire .. I the second ,when they marched 85 I
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'. Robert C.Johnson (R) __30,319 partment. This unit was developed by Don 'yards with John Davis making the
STATE ii BTA1y '.: I Parker, Consultant with Sci I'I TD in an end run from 15 yards !

"'; '<- f". j'I.Giaip'. ,''1.- .t.to.. :'.}, I ; ::;,. '''_ Research Associate and is de- Chairman NamedByfflamberlfead out. Quarterback Den 1Y Padgett !
..-,3err/ I. :. ectQ im' l 'f c t elJaa pulled the_estea' ,point out of a mud; ,5;
, George'L r."* i1--\,, :..,.. e.<:;$ o4, aeal-Ier"deveiop''(:'better' ; die when,lid pickesfipait8tmbled; ---- !
SATE REPRESENTATIVE in reading! 4 ball iri the conversion: attempt and
Fort.coLKeyes
Group:2-- ,' [' course IS designed to help ran it across to pay dirt. .
Emmett S.,Roberts'(D) _'31,707Paul students understand*what they Karl N. Mfodiin, new, president i j I The 'Brahmans'.evened things up
: Bebout, Jr..f(R) __..- 29,74 Funeral 'services 'for LtT read:by showing them, what of the Pahokee Chamber of Com-1 Jin! the third quarter, and the Blue
.H" COUNTY JUDGE Andrew Keyes- 56, 10971 S, : look for in their reading, im' merce, presided for the first time Devils'fumbled away their chances
': ; :c. Paul Douglas (D) 32,899 to ahead in' the final period,
f "f" 47tlrSt.Miaini, ra-in-law'of : their reading rate, increase at the November meeting of the go
': C B. Guthrie (R) 29,772 and Mrs. R. W. Sanders of. efr vocabulary and Improve their board of dirctors in the Civic Build- Curtis Russom carried the ball for
:, Democratic Congressman Paul' 72and Blanton, 49 of the 202i
Doug'
- : kee, were held in the chapel ing Monday night.
I \ '' G. Rogers carried the county'over'l i I the Blue Devils gained nIS.1.I .
Tracy Funeral Home,':MJ.am1, : Each student makes a survey of Mindlin named as chairman of j yards
':. ... his opponent John D. Kruze by al p. m. on Wednesday of last strength and weaknesses in I the chamber's standing committees I ing. They got 13 first downs to .
..a_, -vote of 39,324 to 26,981 and went I Burial' with full ,military h and then works,oa the skill for, the.coming year L. J. Fraser, Okeechobee's 8. t.
.- y on to win re-election-in the Sixth I was at the Arlington 'j"R needs improving. It is hoped I agricultural; Wiley Tillis, Industrial .

-' ... Congressional' district. II I Virginia. upon completion of this un\t ; Jack Spencer, merchants; aBe
i! The county went t ,for Richard :CoL Keyes died Tuesday students will have.:tetter un Robert'', Fisher, special events; ,C. Polio Drive Will
Nixon by a vote of 43,656 to 28,911 VA'hospital after a longflness; tanding of the importance of I R. Wetherington, ,finance; E. A. ,
: for Senator John F.' Kennedy. How- was inspector general of in their school,wor Jens airport- and highways; Luke
t: ,"'' ever, this slight- b&ckret did not Air'Force,Base in'California 4 Dufresne, membership; Luther' i Staged Nov. 26 .
keep Senator Kennedy from''becom- veteran of the U-S. Air Force )!'orkpublicity, and advertising; :
#- ing president'the United States 3G;'years before going to C E. Williams, harbor and sports; :
The also went'for Republican A request for immediate registration -
county with his family fo 1951, PTA Group Oscar Dobrow, legislative. Mrs. II *
of talent contestants for
W: George Peterson in the govern
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his retirement Florrie new executive secre- .
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,;. or's race but that didn't stop Dem I the second annual Poliotelethon of ,1 I
tary3n charge of office operations, ;
A member of the, Retired
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CashThe Palm Beach has been made
.:' : ocrat Farris Bryant from winning ers'Association, veteran of ars $183 was .introduced to the'dlrectors.The I County 'I!
by John L. Remsen, general chairman -
the governor's'job. '
board voted to'issue ,chamber
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'f" he served as
Warn of the Poliotelethon, ,which I:
.. news bulletin on the 15th of
staff officer and
Canal Point Parent-Teach will be simulcast over WE T-TV", :
each ;month invited the member- : ,
ficer to the I
assigned
and WEAT-Radio stations from 11 '
Association cleared $183 on its "i'
ship tosend in news items of inte-
:} Band mbersGet Field Artillery .Fighter 'Co : a*m. Saturday, Nov 26,'to 2 p. m 1 1
; personnel and the Air carnival, ,according Jo rest, especially those. relating to Sunday, Nov. 27. -
Command;Curing-,his tour of ; report of W. EL :Johnson, car- the economic growth of the ,com The show will feature talented '
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t "':Annual;Awards' in.the.zone'of, inters 4 Canal. chairman, given....at. the No- munity the Discussed was the proposal -: amateurs and professionals who',. ,.:f\;.,
: :, and-Wiesb&dea, Germany.,He:; :) PTA meeting>beld in 'the that Pahokee chamber"Join win compete for valuable prizes donated .:>,: :!
other civic organizations in neighboring -I Y
in the Berlin Air "
;4.' ,. 'a4p ticipated auditorium :Monday night by local merchants and business -
f Annual awards based on number Survivors include his wife, the president, Mrs. Joe Che-- communities in the sponsorship firms. Contributors to this Na- J
< of years of participation in'the Pa- one son, P. Andrew: Keyes n, Jr., presiding. of a large roadside sign located tional Foundation drive for funds "'*
I>, one daughter, Andrea, all ,of From the carnival fund contri- on US 441 north of Okeecno-
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7 hokee High School, were presented a are invited to vote for favorite performers .
..: ,to bend members ,by Bandmaster ami; two sisters, Mrs. on of $50 was voted to the Ca- bee, advertising US 441 South as.' each dollar. donated entitling :
Robert O. Lampi, Sandra Lampl Longley, and Mrs. Esther Point Athletic Association for the scenic route skirting the shoresof I the donor to one vote.
'* I both of Jamaica, L. L, N. Y.The of basketball uni- Lake Okeechobee.Turkey .
-:,: -' who has been with the band .the purchase The Poliotelethon : format 'per-
..f':: leagest, seven years, ,received a ? family was accomp r ;; also $10 was presented to fected last year makes it one of the
f plaque on which: her picture was en- Arlington by Russell Burke" of ch school room that 'sponsored a Shoot Is most gigantic talent showcases for .
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,, .. graved. For five years of participation ami;a nephew. :: on at:; the carnival, and $5 all types of performers in the are ;,
:I Patsy Keene'and Martha Sellers c t- ,\\\ Bud Miller the school custodian. Planned By Lions Remsen eI; I J,hat the local talent
-. were awarded chain'' necklaces monthly ttendance'award was displayed,.the appearance of celebrities .
with band keys and Robert Lampi, MirketGroupHas\\ by Mrs. Ruth Stewart's third Canal Point Lions at their week- the support of civic organizations -

H;,a.tie clip with band ,key. Other room. ly ,diBBer meeting discussed plans and officials plus the interest -
presentation included band pin N.Directors, Guest speaker was Miss : Jane for their annual Thanksgivig turkey and enthusiasm which the
with 1960 year,guard.to Olga Shef- -' : ,- County nurse, who ex-: shoot which win be, held this show received last year, all point toa
eld and Bonnilu ,Lair, four years; Paui C. Kirdunaa. waa 'ft-e I the health program :for year on the Lake Okeechobee levee.Preaiderit5 tremendously successful 'presentation -
large ptea in'the.ahapeof; a lyre'toVertoB and Howard- -Hill- i ,being carried out' In Palm P. A. Slonaker appointdA. this year. '
Jones, Linda Woofter,' a'dreetor ,County Sche te. It was an- .R.Harrington and Albert:,Fremd Paul Crablree.. famous Broad
Yvonne :Tbompaon ,Becky Grimes, ,Melon Wilder were elected. I a: Christmas musical pro- on. OK',committee in:charge of ,the way and Palm Beach director, WAO
Sandra .Ulw rowrXoutee; ,Stacy rectos of the Glades ... will be presented by the project They Will be assisted by will again direct the show will audition
and,La rt WBnAra*' three :years; Matket A rae>atien *t,the ool children tinder,the direction Slooaker ,and other members of the performers*." Frank J,
__ to Vt'..:AHey. stwjhUoldM. ". mrettngd *t >Crs.Ruth Snydor:,at>th Decem- the eh*f Jfov. 21, 22 and..23 "were Hale noted'producer,:will again
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:1"' Alice H i Sl..81or..Doro- afdirnbe' eieatffl at:the pi ldttj'i ebdra yrf law com- and. imaiitilj there will be two to originate from the stage of the_

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..: Psga Twt The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday, November 11, 1960
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7". Last Rites Held Jcte'Thompson Buys AT TIlE HOSPITAL ,
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( I Among the patients at the Ever-
u- J k f : For J. D. Hooks, 80Funeral [470 Acre Ranch glades Memorial Hospital Wednesday -
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?"' !' 1-( I << were Sam McKinstry, Sr.,

',.' : services for Jessie "Duncan -i j| Thurmond W. Knight,' Riviera l Walter ,Glennon, P. P. Hughes
Hooks, 80, of Pahokee were I([Beach Realtor, has reported the John Chandler, Mrs. Lillian Beverly -
held in the chapel of Williams- sale of 470 acre ranch six miles I Sylvia Goodsori. Mrs. Bertha
Wetherington Funeral Home Sun east of Belle Glade. I Baggett, Mrs. Maude Ridenour
I.t' day at 4 p. m., with the'Rev:'Jams Purchase price was' 129250. The 'Mrs. Fierce Yelvington, Marie

r E. Boyd, pastor: of the Forest Hill i'deal was closed in the office of the I Holly, Mrs. Walter Cason and Mrs.

'j I Baptist Church West Palm Beach. buyer's attorney, Thadd Whidden, Linda Dixon
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.'. officiating. of Pahokee on Nov. 7th. ---k to.rnRTIIDAY .
r Mr. Hooks .died, unexpectedly I Tile seller was the Campbell PARTY

Saturday when he became,critically Cattle Company, Inc. of Coral
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.''. l, ill and was taken to the Everglades;'Gables. The buyer Was Joe Thompson Mrs. Pope, Sears entertained at

r The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida I Memorial Hospital, passing away,I a large vegetable grower, of i. her home in Canal Point with a
" Ii' on arrival. A native of Georgie, he J,Pahokee. .. supper party honoring her daughter. -
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION, HOME OF was a retired sawmill superintendent -j -- ... Gale, on her fifteenth birthday
d'came to Pahoke four years i -' anniversary. For entertainmentGale
: THE EVERGLADES NEWS ago from Mayaca City. He was a i BIBLE STUDYMrs. ;', and her guests enjoyed bowling -
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." { ; ; member the,Pahokee First' ,Baptist .f at the Glades:;Bowling Lanes
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: Serving: the Lake Okeechobee rn1hig Region Without Church. Mae Laflin of Canal Point
1 Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years ,. Hp is survived by his wife, Georgia 'and Mrs. Bea Bosworth of Pahokee MARK THE DATE November
of Pahokee and two grnad- : the Bible "Steward: 17at the
.' gave study on Community Building
; Established March 11 1924 Published
Every Friday '
children.
ship of Life" at the Npvember in Canal Point- a great bazaar
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Burial was at the Hillcrest eme- [meeting of Circle 5, Women of the under sponsorship of Canal Point

' tery, West Palm Beach. Everglades Presbyterian Church; Garden Club. Starting at 1 p. m.
TheOEvergladea News Is Entered'at the Post,Office I
Florida ... I I4. at the home of Mrs. Marvin Vande- Gifts of ALL kinds, cakes and'pies.
-- In Canal Point; as Second Class Matter t I
r" Robert J. Schroder is a patientat grift in Pahokee.'Mrs. Urban Fels-'There will be hot sandwiches, cake,

r. Paul Rardin Owner?,;Editor, Publisher Good Samaritan Hospital West I[ing of Belle Glade, president of the pie and coffee at supper time at
: Palm Beach, where he underwent Women bf the Church, a visitor reasonable prices. See the many

Wilkinsons Will Wreath Is Asked I surgery on Tuesday. His wife and was in charge of the devotionals. wonderful ,//things-many of them
his sister-in-law, Mrs.Helen Schro The circle voted to hold its regula i created by members of the duo,
i: Celebrate 50 YearsI I From Each, MemberEach der, are staying in West Palm meetings the future on the first 'You'll want to buy some for Christmas I

; Beach this week during his illness. I Monday evening of every month. presents

:Mr. and Mrs.JT. H. Wilkinson, r..1 :member ,of the Pahokee __ __u____ 1
will entertain at their home, 1049 Garden Club is.asked to bring a f

f East Main, Sunday from 3 to 5 p. Christmas wreath to the Novem- '}wr
;; .. 'ml with an open house and reception ber meeting at the home of the 'r\Wi .
honoring his parents, Mr. and president, Mrs, Frank Friend,
Mrs. James Harrison Wilkinson, Tuesday when the wreaths will DC I
Sr. who will be celebrating their compared and discussed. Mrs. H.

50th wedding,anniversary. M. McIntosh will present the pro- "
Married in Stateboro, Ga., at the gram and plants will be exchanged. I I I 1'I -

home of, her parents in 1910, Mr. Plans will be made to send a dele-I 1
and Mrs. Wilkinson.., lived at gaton to the,District 10 federation: >Phone 511 Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

# Claxton, Ga., until 1931 when they meeting at the County's Glades office -II
I moved to Pahokee where he has building on Nov. 16. Mrs. R. B. SALES and SERVICE I '

been engaged, in farming and the Slmonson Is In charge of reservations -

harvesting of vegetables by contract for the noon, luncheon at the .Heating -' Air Conditioning '- Appliances I II '
} district meeting which is to beheld
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Present at the open house will at Jameson Hall in Belle Glade.
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be their sons and three, daughtersand
families including Mr. and
.Work Day Planned
Mrs.J.H. Wilkinson, Jr.,,and child-
; ; rent Beverly, Jimmy and Kathy, By-MetnodistGt u I I i ,,
.. Mr. and Mrs., Harold B. Wilkinson /1 II
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and children. Walter and Mr. _
Ann .
A work,day for the making of I i. .,
and Mrs. Charles Wilkinson and bandages for cancer is being I ; -
patients .
children: Randy Gibbs and Tommy planned by the women of the : ;

; all of Pahokee; Mr. and ,Mrs. i community to_be held-at the Paho .
K. C. Wilkinson, Valdosta, Ga.; kee First Methodist 'Church Nov. quick1, '
Mr. and''Mrs. R. Simmons Wilkin- ; rvew :.+
3Q.from 9Aa.km. to 2 p. m. accord- ,
s6n and, children, Patty Don and ing to,announcement'made by Mrs.
Suzanne/Belle Glade; Mr. and Mrs. Don Collier at the,November'meet- '. r

Claude Hanson and daughter, Mr?. ing of ,the Betty Mills Circle, Baptist : ELECTRIC WATER HEATER ";
Buddy McLemore, Panama City; WMU, at the home of :Mrs. F. '.
Mr."and Mrs. Fred Boles and son H. Poteele. Jr., Tuesday. Circle ... SUPER-FAST. SUPER-SAFE' \ .<, ,
Michael. Pensacola; and Mr. and members were invited to participate I t!
Mrs. ,William Shirley; and children, {
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Marilyn.-Claudia; Jennifer and Bar- Mrs. Collier also announced the I ', '": Y .
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bara Ann; Cummings:,.Ga. circle's home mission project for : .5if' I

No formal invitations are being November will be the presentationof r
.issued but,all friends are invited.' a love basket to a shut-in.

No gifts, please. Plans 'were made for study session y. fy .
-';'.. at the church Nov. 22 from 11

a, m. to 2 :p.; m., when the WMU I '>. '
, PA .CmCL-E fall ,mission ,study. book, "Across I It .
The'I&ftrPattbfsl>A Circle of the the Bridge," will be taught by Mrs.
'Canal,Point,Bajbtlsf WMS.win meetat Grace. Mrs. Joel Brown will teach I .
the horrid,'of'Mrs. Paul Rardin I '
from the study: book a class of 1
Monday at 3;P..,m.,Mrs: J. D.: La: Junior: Girl Auxiliary members at .

tham will,present the program and her home Nov 29 and Dec. 6 at 3 t ;/
Mrs..W.Sv l Evans. ; chairman, will p. id
preside",.ai'the business sesSi ri. The program, Woman's Witness,"

:-- wasfpresented by Mrs. J. 'H. Wilkinson ,

MARK 'J.BE'DATE'- November ;:; Jr.,. assisted, .bjr"M 's. M. P.

17. Stanley, Mrs. C. R.Wetherington, "
at the Community.Building :
far: Canal Point a great, bazaar Mrs Gu? Wtbd end Mis.. Paul Till- /, .'
under. ery:: Mrs Wilkinson will,be hostess L "- t
sponsorShlp'lof Canal Point s
at' her home at' the next meeting,
Garden' > ; .1 .
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Gifts'of ALL kinds,cakes and pies. wtih Mrs. Brown, co-hostess. (L1 :Jtn.: .
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There will be hot"a bdwkhes.: cake, : T : ....> .
pie and:coffee at supper time at : Ried Cross 'AI':;
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reasonable prices See the many ::
Names Officers
wonderful t.hinga-many of them '
created by ,members of the club. I The modern' way for a modern day : :;\ I
You'll want to buy.gome for Christmas The Canal Point Junior Red Cross
,presents.NOTICBOF: : met and elected officers at the Her* why; A super-speed Quick,,Recovery cool to the touch safe as a light bulb..Completely ; ,_' ,;' )::
school building., Officers were as :Electric'Water Heater will,deliver all the hot sealed,.automatic and dependable .. 'i .
INTENTIONTO follows: president, Freddy McKee, water you'll ever need-tcfan you need itfor precious peace of m md. J _, -
REGISTER. FICTITIOUS vice president Nancy Harrington, token you need it.This remarkable,new heater fInexpensive! ,Supplies hot water for" an ,$ ,
NAME secretary, Gail Reeves, 'treasurerand Is the answer for large families who require' average family for about a He per hour ." i', .
Notice is hereby given that the reporter, Lbdus Gray. \alotolJ water in,a hurry. with trouble-free, no-ma fiifynanipfl service for j .- r r ', .
undersigned, under the provisionsof The Junior Red Cross started Of Course;there is a large variety of sizes years and years. ":i;;l' :J. : .
and models of standard water heaters to fit the Buy a flameless Electric t Water Heater today ;'ry.t-f. '
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, their yearly projects. The gfcls: .
Acts of 1941, will register! with the baked cookies and we sold them.I normal everyday"needs of the average family. .from your appliance dealer, plumber, or F'

Clerk,of the Circuit Court in and We' made $3.25. We also started ._ THE BETTER, SAFER, CHEAPER electrical contractor. : _
for Palm Beach County! Florida, plants for the dentally retarded ; FLAMELESS WAY J I.-------: ---.-------", -"' <:" ,f ':

upon receipt ,pf, proof, of:Publication children. When they are at their Flame-free: ,'fumes-free Electric Water Heaters, I There are good reasons why I ,. ;, -
of this 'notice, the fictitious ; deta't I nearly a million FJCrI families I .
prettiest stage, we are going to p need flues orve ta. Clean and noiseless, ;.
name, to wit: take them to the Junior,Red Cross : ,;they can be placed anywhere! '. even in J have switched to electric; water I -.'
CANAL POINT PHARMACY office, an airtight closet or where.d Idren.1..y...No I heating. Call your'nearest FPL I '.: ,
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; the party business is,as follows: celebrate their 50th wedding anni- .: < 11
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Firm Name:, Canal .Point Pharmacy entertain to feo&or of his,parents. FLORIDA" ',P. :O:W, G R' '&' LIGHT; COMPANY ,

Kelvin Paul,; Owner I Close ,f xieads and;relatives. of %he. HELPING .. ; ; '
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I' Ben -Parker of Fort Myers was ,Mrs. Mattie Thompson, former j -'Mr. -and Mrs. Buddy Precup of

: I the overnight guest Monday of hissoninlaw Canal Point resident now living at j Hollywood visited friends in the

f: and daughter. Mr. and Panama City visited Mrs. Fannie Glades on 'Sunday. .

I PERSONAL!! : ,NEWS NOTES Mrs. Elmer Maxson, in Canal Point. Todd and Mr.:and and daughter Mrs. Jim KansasTodd Mizell, here, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Guerry and

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold farad Sunday. This is the first time the family of Pompano Beach visited
former Canal Point residents now his 'parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
: Todds had seen Mrs. Thompsonsince
. Mr. and Mrs. Don Collier and Laith Nail reutrned Tuesday to living in West Palm Beach visited she left Canal Point 24 years GUerry in Pahokee over the week-
Mr. '
family will visit her parents,
'after visit of several friends here Tuesday. end
High Springs a She here by
was accompanied
ago.
s and Mrs. H. L. Huffman, at Punta .
t\ Gorda this weekend.: days with his' wife at Canal Wayne Unwin and Kenneth McIntosh her son, Bobby Thompson, and Mrs. A. D. Beverly underwent

" Point. students 'at Florida' ,State family of Hialeah.' ,surgery at the Everglades Memorial
t The Rev and Mrs. T. C'O'Steen ,
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University Tallahaseevisited last week.
Hospital
Ray Singletary was able to Mrs. Wiliam Guthrie has
'O'Steen
:, visited his father William their last return-I
in Pahokee
parents
turn to his home Sunday from ;ed to Minim .
after a visit
his profits and sister-in-laws, Mr. I I I weekend. Mr. and Mrs. C R. Wetheringtonvisited
St. Marys Hospital in West Palm I I[ I and Mrs. L S. Guthrie and other
Rawis
and Mrs. J. H. O'Steen, and other Mr. and Mrs. Earl
ki: relatives in Miami Monday., Beach where he was a patient for I 9 Speedy'Dickson small son of Mr.: relatives in Pahokee. .at Venice over the weekend.

several days. and Mrs. Charles has
Dickson
f I returned -
. Mr. and Mrs. a L. (TinyJ Todd
Mr. and Mrs. L. M< Mullis and from the Memorial Mr. and Mrs. Glen Chancellorand
Brooks Elarbee of Tallahassee Everglades Beach
Harry and children of West Palm
Karen, spent the sons of Orlando visited his
and duaghter.
Hospital where he was
this week briefly visited
.visited Kansas Todd
I his mother, ,
past weekend in Wauchula with her treated for pneumonia. ; sister, Mrs. Morrell Andrews and
with his'grandmother, Mrs. George here
parents, Mr. and Mrs: H. Ktaney. Sunday. family and other relatives in Paho
/ Elarbee, in Pahokee and his wife's
Anderson S. Chastain is a patient kee over the weekend.Mr. .
'. Bandmaster and Mrs.. Robert O. parents:,Mr. and Mrs. R.' T. Smith, at Good Samaritan Henry Holt, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hospital
, Lampi spent Sunday,sat Coral in Canal Point. West Palm Beach, this week. Collie Holt ot Pahokee, student at and Mrs. H. J. Anderson, Mr.
Technology
, Gables where Mr. Lampi, secre- Florida College of Medical' and Mrs. Arch Blakey and Mrs. .
,' tary-treasurer of the Florida Bandmasters Mrs. C. E. Connally returned to Steve Brackiri and Mrs. M. B. is a patient at Mercy Hospital Helen Schroder were guests of Mrs.

!{ Association, attended a Miami Sunday, her son-in-law and Coleman, of Eagle Lake, visited Miami, where he is receiving I Marty Carstens in West Palm

; __ meeting of the FBA Clinic Band daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. S., Chas- Mr. Brackin's sisters, Miss Elinor treatment for injuries recjeved in : Beach Saturday evening.Mr. .

Personnel Selection Committee at tain, motoring there to take her Jrackin,and Mrs. Nancy Harrispf:>> a recent car accident.
home. Mrs. Connally has been and Mrs. J. L. McCall of
FBA Pahokee the to
the home>of William Ledue on way over see
Mrs. J. W. Cruthrids of Salerno
with her Mrs.
staying daughter Canal Point, accompanied by Mr.
Mrs. Coleman's son Bill who
" president. while Mr. Sing!- goes spent the weekend in Pahokee visiting ,
Ray Singletary, to Palm Beach Junior College in and Mrs. I. J. Kelly of Okechobee,
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/ Dr. and Mrs. George Arceneaux, tary was a patient at a West Lake Worth. her daughter, Miss Myra Cru- visited Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wall at

former Pahokee residents now living Palm Beach hospital.Mrs. thirds. Vero Beach last weekend. I

, at Pass Christian, Miss., are Mrs., M. J. Sapp and daughter,
of West
Mrs. Minne Snyder
M. C. Carter Mrs. C. B.
Elliott and Miss
Wayne Betty
- week Mrs. Arnold attended the
friends here this Hughes,
,. visiting Stringari Mrs. Glenn Powell and Palm Beach was a guest: here over
I. of Miss Roselle and Cantwell of West Palm Beach
while enroute to Jamacia, B. W. wedding Croy were
Mrs C. L. Shirley were visitors in the weekend! of ter' brother and
where Dr. Arceneaux; international Miami Thursday. Collin Johnson at the Baptist sister-in-law: Mr. and Mrs. R. D. guests of his brother-in-law and

consultant on sugar cane pro- Church, Fort Ogden Fla. Friday Hardaway.Mr. .. sister, Mr. and :Mrs. Lee Wroten, in.

. pagation, will consult with sugar! Mrs. WilerTillis will visit her ,evening. The bride is a niece of Pahokee last weekend.Dr. .

' experts there. aunt, Mrs.,S.. L. ,Gilleland, in Jacksonville ,- Mrs. Sapp/The couple are making and Mrs.W. A. Reynolds had
and other relatives in their home in Fort Myers where ne as guests over the weekend their I and Mrs., L. W. Armstrong

Mrs. Scott Patterson of Nor- jtarke this weekend. She will be Is employed in a retail store and she sons, Billy Reynolds and R. W. had as recent guests Mrs. Carrie

cross Ga., who has ,been visitingher accompanied to Jacksonville Try is working for the Southern Bell Reynolds and family of Fort Snipe of West Palm Beach and

brother and sister-in-law Mr. Mrs. W. M. DuBose, who will visit ,Tel. and TeL I Pierce. Mrs. Jake Stead of Fort Pierce.
and Mrs. M. D. Geiger, in Canal J .
her husband there. Mr and Mrs.
Pont was called back to Norcrossby
DuBose plan to attend the University f

the sudden and 'unexpected 'serious of, Florida, homecoming"at .....
illness of her husband. the : Gainesville.Mrs. ,:_ '::; r. .
was accompanied here by her sister ;, : : 1Jf'U. '''',:' '', '
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Mrs. J. E, Cartre, of Jackson L. M. Mullis and 'daughter, r c', : '
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ville. Karen, accompanied by another ,_, ,, '- .
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Mrs. H. J.Anderson t Wednesday '?' ,
West Palm Beach, will be guestsof !
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for Stratford Conn., where she
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her son and daughter-in-law, ,
was called by the illness of her
.
I Mr. and Mrs. Danny Mullis, in .,
.daughter, Mrs. Leon Kistner who: /
Gainesville this weekend and while
is a patient in a hospital there. ''
there will attend,the University of .
.
Mrs. Mary Lampi of Eagle,River, Florida homecoming.Mrs. .

o Mich., is expected to arrive this
.Bill Shirley and children of
weekend to spend the season in Pa-
hokee with her son and daughter- Cummings Ga., are guests this

in.18.w. Map4. l4i's- Robert. ._O. week of her'parents, Mr. and Mrs.J .

Lampi, and family who will"motor : H. Wilkinson Sr., in Pahokee .

to the Miami airport to meet her.: 1 Mr. Shirley will join them here this .
weekend and attend'the open house I
President Lee Granims and other 'and reception for Mr. and :Mrs.

officers of the Pahokee Chapter Wilkinson in celebration of their
Future Farmers 'of America !lC- 50th wedding anniversary. The AS y
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.. companied by N. R. Norman, chanter Shirley family will move in the

advisor.attended'the'FFA sub- near future from Cummings to

district leadership meeting in West'Palm Beach where he has:accepted -

Clewiston Tuesday night. 'a positon with Pratt and ,

Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Stanley plan Whitney.Mr. I

to' participate in the Gator Growl and Mrs. Howard Broadwine

homecoming activities at the Uni- of Saltville, Va., have arrived in I

versity of Florida, Gainesville, this Canal Point for'a visit with their I

weekend. son-in-law and daughter, the Rev. \

Mr. and Mrs. Pope Sears have as andvMrs. Robert A. Shelley. 1

a guest this week her uncle, C. E. Mrs. Mamie Maxson has returned -

I Urban of 'Cleveland Ohio.Classified from a week's visit with her son- 1I

in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.

Oliver Green,- at Riviera Beach.W. .

ltf' .D. Glennon is a patient at the !I
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:BAD A :VISITOR! Give* 2661 aV'tioff following a severe heart attack.Mr. .

and let us know about It i
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and Mrs. Orie Arthur have '
and we will, be happy to put .the York'state. 6 '
returned from New ,
,item in column. Jtl!
our personal news: -
where they speiit:; the} summer, to H>'
'Of course, there is NO CHARGE. Canal Point where ne'is associated ,: /tO- .. CL\ : : ct'm'
Thanks.
The Everglades News.-
with the J. W. Brown trucking

.... ,-FOR: SALE: ,New..and.used; :WillysJeeps. firm.; m "W Vt 'EXTENSIONPHONE: -0"

Walter Aslfley'i Garage ;**tf iddaughter 1'Mr. ; .., ,
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Glade Oct. 17-54-ch this week, Carolyn his mother have Mrs.as GeorgeW. guests :..., tit tni ",RQ, ear' II
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PRINTING OF ALL 'KINDS. If Wilson, of Salemburg, N. C. .,' i
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need cards, envelopes letter- >s
you ; ,
have
f Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Brown
heads, statements bill heafls, hand !returned from Hendersonville, N. .:':' Perhaps you enjoy the excitement of racing for the ..

bills, or something:the printing summer:He is : house at midnight bruising "
C., where they spent ,< phone through a dark ,your '
line just step to the phone and cat -
member of the Whine-Dixie office -
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the furniture.
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The Everglades News: at staff at Canal Point. .. ;

Point;, No 2661.,We are experts inproducing But,it's more likely that you would prefer the.comfort : I ,
ilr. and Mrs.,R. P. Fletcher are
excellent printing amour '
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the of their daughte. h and convenience and the downright privacy of a -' -i;
< prices, are in line with out ,of ,house guests : .
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town printers who' ,come to' the Miss Mabel Fletcher, in Miami ; -.- bedroom phone. We'd like to add two,more' reasons why : .: ::,1


give us a call. Phone 2661. eye surgery. x .
.' First, it won't upset your budget a bit. You'll be surprised. i
Mr.anoTMrs.Inman W.Weeks,attended t .
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funeral,services for her un- how,little it costs. Second, extensions come in :: -
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Under sponsorship of Canal, Point ,Saturday. ':\ .', in the house! ...., I

Garden Club :Starting at 1 p., m Mr. and Mrs. W.,D. Howard had ::: '
,like it! Order the extensions 'need., l
4 Enjoy living as you you : -
Gifts of,ALL kinds, cakes and pies. as a guest her mother, Mrs. Bertha .. fjII > -
There will be hot sandwiches, cake. Starling of Sanibel Island., "

pie and coffee at supper ,time !at .ic1'i
reasonable prices; See ,the many Mrs. E. O. Winch, accompaniedby : ':'; : "' : \
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Service recommend buying a guaranteed
If a new well is being drilled, engineers brand of pump that is sold and :
Important Facts usually recommend hat serviced by a dependable local
In Pump Purchase at least a four-inch well be drilled. dealer. Service is especially im-
., Money saved'on a small well will portant in selecting the brand of
GAINESVILLE Florida leads often prove to, be poor economy. pump to buy.Screw .
and Mrs. W. K. Aldridge anM Mr. and Mrs. James Dixon (Gail When the water level in the well is .
a son Gene, will spend the weekend Mills) of Pahokee announce the I other southeastern states in the more, than 22 feet below the surface -
in Gainesville and while there will birth of twin sons, Anthony Wynn I percentage of farms with electric a deep-well jet or a submer- Worms May :
take part in the University of Florida and Timothy Lynn, at the water systems according, to agri i sibl pump is needed.Submersible ** Be In Sebring Area ';
homcoming activities. Theirs glades Memorial Hospital, Ever-j I I ,
cultural'engineers with the Florida I pumps require a -
s Keith, student at Bolles Military -
Agricultural Extension Service. minimum of at least a four-inch SEBRING Florida owners of !
Academy, Jacksonville, plansto Eastern Star well. The electric motor and the I small .
join them in Gainesville. Group I Specialists report an estimated animals and domestic pets +;
Undergoes Test 80 to 85 percent Florida's elec- pump are placed below the water have been urged to keep a sharp {
Mrs. Bill Unwin.accompanied by ,, trified farms have running water. surface. This type pump pushes the watch for screwworms following S t I
Mrs. Leon Guth.-ie: and Mrs. Clarence -I I ; They add that new rural homes are water instead of pulling it. It gives
Mrs. Freda McEwen of West discoveries in the Tampa area of
t Maxwell?visited her son, FHP being built and some old homes moregallons with more pressurefor
Trooper Charles Humphries, on I I Palm Beach past grand matron need,a new watef system or,a larger the horsepower electricityused the first positive cases of the pest
Thursday of last week at the Lee :and grand secretary of the Florida system. than any other pump.. to be reported in 16 months.

Memorial Hospital, Fort Myers, I.Grand Chapter, Order of Eastern The diameter of the well and the'I'I Piston pumps are made in shal The importance of prompt reporting -
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where he was a surgical patient. depth to water determine the low-well and of any suspected screw-
'I I Star type deep-well typesand
gave proficiency test to OES worm cases to the author-
proper
Mr.. and,Mrs. Bill Unwin spent I members in this district In the Pa- of pump to ue.1t the water in the I could be used. They were satisfactory ities also was stressed.
well,is always less than 22 feet"be, in their day, but
the weekend in, Fort Myers where hokee Masonic Hall Sunday.. She are gradually According to Dr.M.E, Meadows,
they visited his daughter Mrs. I was assisted by Mrs. Helen Moss of low the surface, including- draw- being replaced. Jr., chief of the screwworm eradication
Andy Nychyck ,and family,and her Boynton Beach, past grand Martha down during pumping shallow- When calculating the water section, Florida state veterInarian's -
son, CharlesHumphries, who was a and Mrs. Judy Sapp of Canal I well jet or a submersible pump is needed be certain to include futureas office, screwworms have
patient at the hospital there. Point, grand instructor for- District recommended.If well as present needs. Select a been found by a Tampa veterinar
18. a shallow-well Jet Is selected, pump that supplies daily water ian. Immediate precautions have
Dr.'Harlan Sears, Jr., son of Mr. Those taking the tests included it should be the type that can needs with two hours or less of act- been taken in the area, he added,
and Mrs. H. H: Sears of Canal) Mrs. Angelea Sears,' Mrs. Adaline easily be converted to a deep-well ual pumping time. and will continue to prevent any
point, who Is' lay leader at the Wroten, Mrs. Ruth Meredith,, Mrs. jet. The water table could drop in Extension Service Specialists possible spread of the pest.

-Christ. -Methodist-, Church in West Grace Graham", .Mrs. Ruth Carpenter I
POint, Miss., delivered the sermonat Mrs. Florrie Nix, Mrs. Jessie
the morning. service of the chum Barnes, and Mrs..Judy Sapp, mem- 'e,
ch on Oct. 30. 'His talk was broadcast bers of the Pahokee, Chapter; Mrs. : .
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over the West Point radio station Fern Billy and Mrs. Esther Cluttsof ,.Ijti,. '--to:.J':. .

it the Moore Haven Chapter; Mrs.! .
Mrs. Violet'Hitchcock and Al Stella Pirkle, Mrs. Effie Robinsonand .'-
Mrs. Vera Mills of the Clewis-
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Lavender were awarded prizes for
the best ton Chapter; Mrs. Evelyn Allen,
being dancers 'of the
Mrs. Beulah Simmons, Mrs..Thelma ..
Charleston at the "Roaring Twenties" :
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Norris and Mrs. Madge Taylor of! ii''i
masquerade ball held by Pa- ,"
the Belle Glade Chapter. '
.' hokee BPOE Lodge 1638 in the I i .
!Elks .Hall Saturday night for the ." ,

pled benefit Children's of the Home Harry-Anna,at Umatilla.Crip- Ask Sugar Quota"Be I Ii I

Kenneth Hitchcock won the Philco i j Raised In StateJACKSONVILLE I I _
portable TV set ,"given away" atj II'I' f.
the dance. y
.... The .agricultural ; .
division of,the Florida State
Trust Fund Gains Chamber. of Commerce is urgingthe :
Federal government to allow .
a ..
Says James Vocelle substantial increase in Florida's I. ",.. \; .-
sugar quota. in view of the Cuban
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TALLAHASSEE t- Industrial situation. !Q'4nilC.' Y/Nw.4a.;wvwM .vwy.w .n
Commission Chairman James T. A resolution seeking the Increase .

Vocelle said; today that, employers I was approved by'the committee and ..
have been saved $2,911,231 this: will go before the State Chamber k

year in unemployment t axe s board of directors: at their annual r Ywe Dever erlveea Merv,. ,"

Unemployment through investment,Trust,earnings-Fund. of.*the .meeting HarryW __yaUghn;. presideuEand. ,..,.'j'-i--7.... ..!.. ..-w IiIl8_ Ulil.oae I '. .
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The amount represents' the .interest -I general manager of the.u. 11t d I '::. -
the fund has earned this States Sugar Corporation of Clew- .1 : r
EASIER GOING FOR THE DRIVER AND.
year by its deposit of nearly $100 iston, stated recently that ,ths I ? .
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millions in certificates the U. S. Everglades'has a potential for the .
Treasury. growing ot'sugar cane that is tremendous THE LOAD, LONGER LIFE FOR THE TRUCK ;, :

Vocelle explained that "Underour and that expansion of the /
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present sliding scale tax with industry in this area should be
adjustment factors to offset the I given every encouragement. TZ5 !61 TORSION-SPRING CHEVROLETS : { 5j
ups and downs of the economy, the -
employer taxes must keep the fund. New Committee To :
at or above 4 per cent of their total / :t* If you don't think scrapping the front axle has made a world of difference, you I.
taxable payrolls. The earnings of Study Water Control ; '. haven't driven Chevy in a while. A few minutes behind the wheel and you can .
the Trus Fund in interest thus :. /. feel! why drivers are happier and breakable' loads are better protected. But the .:

actually saves them, the $2,911,231 MIAMI-A group of four engineering biggest advantage of all, you'll realize, is that the truck itself (sheet metal, tires, .?
income by keeping them from having firms headed by Maurice chassis 'components, everything) takes,less abuse. With independent front sus- '
S to pay that sum in taxes." H. Connell &Associates of Miami, pension soaking up road shock and vibration'the truck lasts longer, goes extra.a
Vocelle said the'interest. was,the has been retained by the State of thousands of miles before trade-in time. Add that to what everybody's always ,

greatest" ever received. by the Fund Florida to work out plans to cut known about Chevy dependability! and you find yourself looking .
I I in any single year.. down on flood damage in Central J' at,the soundest truck investment you could bet your business on. .}

and West Central Florida ..
Tourist IndustryTo The Connell firm's selection as and I 1

Get Shot In Arm I I1dIA.UGov.E1ect' general control plan consultant was announced in the in water Tal- look! NEW I REAR-ENGINE CORVAIR 95'sA }

Farris Bryant lahassee by John W. Wakefield, director panel and two pickups that put a thrifty alr-coofed engine In the rear, the driver { -

has asked for, help In revitalizing of the ,Florida Department up front and as much as 1,900 pounds of load space in between I That's more ,
Florida's tourist industry and' of Water Resources. capacity than a conventional t alf-t nner. Yet'these Corvair 95's:are nearly two ..

leaders in the field have pledged Abject of the study is a compre? .... -i; '.. feet shorter from bumper ,to bumper.' Highly (nan verable.'Bunt, to last and'
their wholehearted support. hensive plan'to harness the flood-I bound to save on a busy schedule, !, S ; r. ,

Bryant's Florida Tourism Work making capacities of the Oklawa- .
Session' met t,, Miami's' DuPone ha, Hilsborougo. Withlachoochee t-' --
Plaza Hotel With some-375 of the and Peace'llfvers J j. ; t*\ ., 1..

top minds in the Sunshine State's Overflowing of these rivers annually f &. .
number one business In attendance. causes millions of dollars in +.j
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General chairman of the one-day damage throughout the citrus belt It
sessidn was W. B. Ray, director of and in such metropolitan centersas
public relations of Silver Springs.Featured Orlando and Tampa. It is expected -
speakers included B. H. the plan will develop a <
Fuller, director of the Florida Development method of preventing floods witha

Commission; Robert series of canals, flood gates and ..
Nelson, executive director of the water storage basins in the affected y
Virginia Travel Council and Bryant areas. I .

I f Fuller explained the necessityof Three other Florida engineering .
increased funds for advertising firms Gee and Jensen, West Palm

by the commission while 'Nelson Beach; Reynolds-Smith, and Hills, .,' -
told how the Commonwealth of ,Jacksonville; ,and Lamar Johnson, .5.'r :

r Virginia re-established their travel Lake Walesare; being'employed at .. .

business. the same time to prepare detailed COKVAN-Side doors open a fun 4T wide.( Lndfet fceigtt h a tow+ 14*KU
The governor-elect told how his plans in parts of the flood problemarea.
plans include the cooperation be- A ,
, preliminarljr report will be ,
tween' government and business In made on September 9 to State Sen '
t further developing Florida as the ator James E. (Nick), Connor and SEE THE GREATEST SHflW IN WMTH NSW AT YOUR CIKVKBU-T BBftBt'S..

world's number one tourist mecca. his committee on water control at
Attending this first suchmeetingever courthouse in Dade City. 4
called by an incoming governor -- .

were leaders in the fields of Mr. and Mrs., Delmar L. Hooks Stanley Chevrolet Inc. .
hotels '
attractions, trans
motels had as a guest over the weekend

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,', Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday November 11. 194" I
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If : ',' divine Mind;'and so forever "con:4-H Clubbers Met ti
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72.,; Christ, he is a new creature:. old I Canal Poiint 4-H Club- met

?!' things are passed away;.behold, aft! i Thursday, Nov. 3, in the school '4
-' things are become new." auditorium. Mrs. McCall and Mrs. ,;
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t. fitting talked to the members, !
,J; 'USDA Club Enjoys about forming a sewing group for? I
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those taking project I sewing.x
:' .' Birthday PartyThe Janette Harrington met with I

the Foods and Nutrition Group H..
s ----_.._,,- .--...-- ...... -.... ....... --.. .-...... Everglades-USDA Club cele- These two grows' met at the Community --

r/\ The Pahokee Church. Ti-ii11-. ; : ?Of God, Canal Point brated its first,anniversay at Ray's Building. Thursday Nov..
... ; \ 10, after school. Miss Lo Pinto, pre-
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,6j The Nazarene .Of Prophecy Pahokee Baptist Church Smoke House ,in South Bay on
"' sented a, program based on Home
r Wednesday,. November 2. Officers I I Improvement.
R v. Charles D. Stewart Pastor
71 Bacom Point Road Canal PoInt Road for next year were' elected as follows Four girls from the club, and two I
SUNDAY
t.<. Charle F,Crauswell. Pastor ,John H. Kinard pastor : : President Dr. E. H. Todd; ladies, attended the 'County' Council -
9:45, a. m.-Sunday School
; Phone 1:58p. ; '
O. Box 882SUNDAY'
\ 10:00 a. mj-Sunday School 11:00 a. m.-..Morntog Worship Vice President Dr. Victor E. 4-H meeting in West Palm
':i SERVICES: 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service Green; Treasurer Hiram D. Whit- Beach, Saturday. ,: "
6:30 Union. a
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, 9:45 a. m..Sunday School. .l. 6 sa: \ &
7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic'Service 7:30 temore: ; Secretary, Mrs. Dee Max- v
r 11:00 p. m.Evening Worship
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am- -Sunday
Worship.,
'8:00 m. Tuesday-V. L. B. .. '
6:30 mJuniors.. p. WEDNESDAY: .son. Pahokee Rotarians I
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: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.. M. B.Everyone The film "Agricultural Engi
f.1 7:00 p. nu-rSunoay,Evening 7:30 p. m.. Prayer. Meeting.. .
Hear B. G. Pastor
,:: welcome. Special musio! -- ... .. neering-The Profession with aFuture : I
Evangelis6c'Servlce.WEDNESDAY and singincr.The .' ,*' was presented by Jack
;:";.",It : ... .. .Christian-.I. .. *# Science.. Little. The Rev. William W. Preston of I 1
7:30 pi: m-Midweek Prayer
!' meeting.. .*. Methodist Church; Group Of Canal PointTrue Members present were: Jack Belle Glade, pastor of the Ever'i'
.,,, Little, Dee Manson, P. H. Duncle- glades Presbyterian Church, told of
1:'J y' "Where you are once,stranger**.' tout 'Canal Points, Florida status: and security will be man, C. O. Grassel, B. A. Belcher, some of his experiences as missionary t\

:" .. .''': ,.. 'dealt' with in the LessonSermonon .E, H.. Todd Carolyn Glover Wel- to Brazil, S. A., at last week'sXuncheon '
,' I Robert A. Shelley, Pastor "Mortals. and Immortals" at don Cardin J. 'R., Gifford Dorothy (meeting of the Pahokee
f' First Methodist '; SUNDAY: Christian Science services this O'Neal, D. W. Fishier, V. E. Green, ;Rotary Club. He was introduced by I .

: Church v 10:00 a. m.-Church School Sunday. Tom Breggar W. T. Forsee, Jr., the Rev. T. C. O'Steen, pastor of .
t. .. Pahokee' 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I "Mark! ute} perfect man and be-' Irene Doub, Donald Waddell and the Pahokee First Methodist Chur- .
---- 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship hold the upright: for the end of Griffin'Bell. ch. John D. Rogers was in charge I
': Rev. T. C. O'Steen 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship that man is peace" (Psalms 37: -= :/'; of the program. Jeff Barwick, I

: : SUNDAY: MONDAY: 37) Is one of the Bible passages. to ,Mrs. H(len Hooper of Goodletteville president of the Pahokee High
f. 9:45 a. m.-Church School 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice be read. Tenn.,, accompanied by her School Student Council was the '
i 11-:00, a. .-Morning Worship TUESDAY: < Citations from "Science and i guest of Student Member Lamar 1
6:45 p. .-MYF I 4 8:00 p. m.-Woman's ,Society Health with Key to the Scriptures"by ,- Williams. It was reported the !

't' 7:45 p. m,-Evening Worship 1st Tuesday. Mary Baker Eddy will include Culberson and family of West Paun club netted more than $80 from :ts
TUESDAY: 2nd :MONDAY: (267:3-5): ""The offspring of God Beach, visited her grandmother' food booth at the PTA Halloween i\
7:00 p. .-Vesper Choir prac- 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting. start not from matter or ephemeral Mrs. Ada: ,C. Culberson, and other carnival and the entire proceeds '
",' theWEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY: dust. They are in and of Spirit, 'relatives'here the first of the weep were turned over to PTA.
: 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting

k% 7:45 p. 'm.-Mid-week devotionsr . _.,,.., -,. .--- If f
:' 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir, prac- I
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Father Francis Fennech, Pastor Lt;:
Baptist Church Sunday Mass'--:11:30 a:. m. ..' '-. f '.: '

Confessions before Mass > \
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SUNDAY: First ; ; .-
10:00: a. xnv--Sunday School, Baptist" : I

11:00 a. m.-Morning 'Worship" Church, Pahokee ', .fs ,
> 7:00 p. m,-B. T.'C. s : .a c rYf ,
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship SUNDAY SERVICES:
WEDNDESDAY: 9:45 a. m. Sunday School<

7:30 p.. .-Midweek. Prayer \ 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship r d:%.'yr .ap
; ... Service 6:45: p. .-Training Union

2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 4 i ',7
.. '7:30 p. m.-Ladles Auxiliary WEDNESDAY:. \
Meeting. 8:00 p .Prayer .Meeting.. !
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St. Peter's Lutheran Church Of God, \ 3.0 t I f fI;

Church, Belle Glade Barfield Highway i '

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9:45 A. M.--Sunday School 4S -: I II
August Koerber, Pastor 11QO A. M. Morning Worship Ii i

601 W. Lake RxL, Belle .Glade"., 7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. B.. (Par- ,
SUNDAY: ; S sonage)
Divine Services 11 A.'}L 7:30 P. IkL Evening' Worship

School 9:45A..: M.. 7:30 P. li, :Tuesday-Prayer., Meet

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Church: 7:30 P.. 1!. Friday T.,P. E. .:, ;.

Pahokee ',' : ; $ ) '
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LIONS EARN $241 : :
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M. Wendell Hainlin. Vicar '- .:
SUNDAY: **' Proceeds from the electric light ,

10 a. .-Sunday School bulb sales campaign conducted by ;. t't. ,. .
11;a. m. Worship Service. the Pahokee Lions Club netted the .. 0\ '
.:,. '. .. ,, club'$241; according to a report by ; .t.. .: !t.4" ': '
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Sears and President B. R.Mosley at the Tuesday :

family:of Fort Pierce guests. of luncheon meeting.: The money 1 ,
his' arents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L.. will be used by the Lions in sight 1 USE YOUR OWN ADJECTIVES to desCXe __ -
Sears, in Canal,Point this.*eel c' conservation. work. : '. ,- ;
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Page Eight The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday November 11, I960
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;;, Tkelkeld Named Polio Drive Will- I TB Unit Will Be Treasurer Named Sod Busters Give '

.- f* In Pahokee Nov 16 For Chapter GroupMrs. Cash To Center
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*, outh'Center HeadJames pointrnents for auditions are being \
made now and Remsen said it Is Members of the Pahokee -Wom Carroll Parker was named A donation to the Florida Garden ..
, immediatelyto an's Club will assist in the work at treasurer of the Xi Alpha Mu Center was voted by members of '
t- advisable to register
", Threlkeld, eighth grade provide sufficient time for sched- the TB X-Ray :Mobile Unit while Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority the Sod Busters Garden Circle at

teacher at the Canal Point School, uling rehearsals. Contestants desiring it is open in Pahokee Nov. 16, fromlOa.m.toip.m.andfrom2to5 at the meeting at the home of the the November meeting at the home

. has,been appointed new directof of to enter should call Temple I president Mrs. W. O. Moss, suc- i of the president Mrs. Barbara

the Pahokee Youth Center. Funds 3-8545, West Palm,Beach, or writeto p. m., and in Canal ,Point, Nov. 17, ceeding Mrs. Gene Waits, who was I Wilder, Tuesday Mrs. Ivan Van
for his salary have 'been set up in Paul Crabtree, Royal Poincianna from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m.Those volunteering granted a leave of absence. Horn, past president of the Belle .

the current budget of the City of Playhouse Palm Beach Talented to participate in this Mrs. Moss appointed Mrs. Lois I Glade Garden Club was pres
Pahokee., performers of the Pahokee- work at the regular Wednesday White chairman in charge of the ,ent at the meeting to demonstratethe

,At a meeting of Youth.Center officials Canal Point area are invited to luncheon meeting of the club were chapter's participation in the local making of wax grapes for dec-

,at the center to plan activities make appointments for auditions.. Mrs. Wiley Tillis; Mrs. Leland March of Dimes fund-raising cam- orative purposes.On .
for the coming year, Mr. I .- 1 ... Keene, Mrs. Frock Baxter, Mrs. paign. Plans were made for a dessert Wednesday, tlfe day follow-
Threlkeld was named chairman cf Scout Work Adaline Wroten, Mrs. R. F. Fisher bridge party to be held at the ing the meeting the Sod Busters !

... the planning committee. Others rm : Girl and :Mrs. W.A. Cross,:"Jr.: home of Mrs. J.' L .Tyson, Jr., Nov. conducted a workshop at Mrs.

.. the committee are: Mrs. Norman A. Given Recognition Mrs, Horace E. Unwin was Voted 17. Wilder's home, devoting most of i
j.4'> '. Kennedy, secretary; Mrs. E. C. I .- into the club as a new member. It The group received an invitationto the time, to the packaging of garden Y

;; V Johnson, Herman Austin, Mrs. J. I Officials of the Pahokee Cypress ,was announced the' Club's annual attend a tea to be given by the seeds for use as favors at the
T. Boynton, and Louis Mans. Neighborhood Association at the I I Thanksgiving program will be presented Psl'Omega Chapter in West Palm District 10 meeting of the Federation

: V Hours for teenage activities at I November meeting at the home of at the next meeting, Nov. Beach, honoring Mrs. Harriet of Garden Clubs in Belle Glade,

' the;center were tentatively set 7 tot the chairman, Mrs. Donna Plumer, ,23.Mrs. Sherwood, international honorary ;Nov. 16.SOCIETY. --
:, I M. P. Stanley, member of the A : t
9 p. m. on Tuesday nights and gave special recognition to seven program sorority. program "
from 7 to IX, p. m. on Friday and new adult leaders who are participating chairman, introduced J. J. Carter, "The Good in Life," was presented TO MEET
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._ Saturday nights. Plans were, discussed in local Girl Scout work this Jr., and Mrs. Christine Gooding of by Mrs. Parker. '
.5 for the opening of the center Carter's Furniture Co., West Palm The Omicron Chapter of the .

a in the afternoons' for the ,younger falLThe group includes Mrs. Irene Beach, who spoke on "Interior SS SUPPER MEETING Sigma Eta Society of Fine Arts

.' children. < Mullis and Mrs. Mary L. Mills, Decorating." Two handsome door Members of the Canal Point will meet at the home of Mrs.
prizes were awarded at the meeting -
ca leaders ,of the Brownie troop of Methodist Young People's Sunday Frank Anderson in Belle Glade

,, Sorority Accepts and Second Mrs.Graders Barbara; Mrs.Culberson Sylvia, Smith Troop by -Mrs.a Boston John Padgett rocking and chair a,Dan-won School Class held a supper meetingin Monday at 8 .p. m. Mrs. Luther '

New Members 128; Mrs. Willie Mae Sheffield and ish-American chair, won by! Mrs. the Sunday school annex Tuesday Jones president will preside. Miss I

I Mrs.Doris Spooner, Troop 195; and I Lewis, Friend. night. Mrs. Joe Kent Carr was Laurine Anderson will assist her
in of
charge arrangements. mother as co-hostess.
30. These
:Miss Lynette Hammond, Mrs. R. Mrs. Nina Hatton, Troop
L. Hatton, Mrs. William R. Hatton I I leaders are currently taking a six- Cub Pack Gets

and Mrs. John Zimmerman were week course .in Girl Scout basic Badge AwardsAwards f-H H-I i II ) !
conferred the pledge ritual of the leadership training, being taughtby I
Beta ,Sigma Phi Sorority by the Mrs. Rena Canipe of Riviera MTHEATRE
Beta Omicron Chapter in a beau- Beach'and Mrs. Lee Kelsey of West in the form of arrows or I S -

tiful candlelight ceremony at the Palm Beach at the Belle Glade Girl badges were presented to members
of Pahokee,Cub Scout Pack 623 at
Scout Hut on Wednesday morn-
home of Mrs. Julian Branch, with PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
ings. the monthly meeting in the social
Mrs. Lois White, president of thesorority's
hall of the First Methodist Church.
It was announced a Christmas .
city;, council in charge.At Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road r
decorations contest for Girl Scoutsis Recipients were Danny Denton,
the business session, with the
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I the Xi Alph Bill Howard, Woody Salvatore and -
by
being sponsored, I
president, Mrs. Jimmy Moore, presiding -
Dick Tyson, Den I Guy Woods and -2 BIG FEATURES '
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plans were made to collect Mu Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Sorority ;
gifts for mental patients at Stale each troop to have its en-I Allen Miner Den n; Lance Mc- SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYNOVEMBER SUNDAY MONDAY -TUTS ,%:

hospitals, each member to bring a try completed and on public displayfor Michael, Frank THUS Rodney NOVEMBER 131415"SOLOMON
13-14-15
judging by ,the third week in Guthrie, Simon Brown Billy Willis I
gift for a man :and another for a AND
December.The Girl Scout calendersfor and Bobby Barnes, Den HI; Jeffery .
woman at the Dec. 1st meeting.Mrs. .
Tarr, Bennett Lasaiter, Douglas WHO WAS; =
1961 distributed to
were troop SHEBA"THAT
C.' I: (Lee) Shirley, Jr., announced -
Beta Omicron will sponsor leaders for immediate sale as fund- Woofter, Pat Connell and Allen LADY" .
GINA LOLLOBRIGDDA
Wroten Den IV Russell and
; Geiger
raising projects. Mrs. Plumer announced -
a games party in the Community TONY YUL BRYNNER AND 'r;
that any donations of Girl Richard Geiger, Den V. Den I ';received CURTIS, ,
Building at the Glades Park, Canal ;0
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'' the attendance banner; DEAN MARTIN AND ,
Scout uniforms by parents 'whose
> Point, Nov. 15,,at 8 p. m. '
In the presentation of the pro- daughters are no longer active In Den II the "most awards" banner JANET LEIGH -, "No Place Td Hide"
Scouting will be welcomed. Mrs. and the Webelos, the good conduct
of Love
gram, "Interpretation -
Mrs. Frank Glllis gave'a review of Frances Bacon was ,appointed Cypress flag for the month. ,t I I I I I J ." I I t 1 I I I I I : : I"H H I M ': My ;' t'M MfrMML":. .,_
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the life of Dr. Albert Schweitzer, Neighborhood secretary.Miss ..
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world missionary I Jane Towater executive director : :.:'
renowned philosopher, _
,musician and physician. It II of the Palm-Glades' Girl w J _
was announced Mrs. Karl Mindlin Scout Council, as guest speakertold I 4

will be hostess at the Nov. 17th of some of the business whichis PRESENTING THE 1961 k ; V:.
meeting at her home. I to be brought up at the national ,

-- I convention of Girl Scout executives \kj ;. -

which she will attend as a delegate .'
Pahokee Women in St. Louis, Mo., later this month.

Hear Local Pastor Mrs.,Evelyn Allen, District 3 chairman ThunderbirdUNMISTAKABLY t tt l't

: ,,and Mrs. Eleanor Wolf, leader

of the Belle Glade Senior Girl I -
',The Rev. Robert A. Shelley, past- Scout Troop;- were visitors. .
or of the Canal Point Methodist ..
NEW.;.UNMISTAKABLY,THUNDERBIRD
Church, was guest speaker at the ', 3' 5i
November meeting of the Pahokee BraridfordMan,, s ; : .' i. ; ; ; (

Methodist Woman's Society of Dies In Pahokee
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Christian Service heldTat the church

with the president, Mrs. Ernest Charles Lafayette Douglas,.72, of

Maxwell, presiding. Introduced by Brandford, Fla., father of :Milton ,
:Mrs. Elsie Sims, program chair Douglas of Pahokee died at tho

man, of the Miriam Circle, he Everglades Memorial' Hospital on

0 spoke of the value of missions. in Thursday of,last week after a brief ,.

spreading the word of the Gospel, illness. :He had,become ill upon his
both at home and abroad. Mrs. arrival in Pahokee on O<:.t. 27 and :rafj
R. F. Hurt gave the devotionals. was-taken'at that time to the hos

Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, Christian pital. .
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scolal relations chairman, announced -I Mr. Douglas was a. retired mail
the WSCS and the BaptiSt WMU carrier and a member of the Bran-

are cooperating in the sponsorshipof I ford Baptist Church, ,
a workday at the Methodist. He is survived in addition to nis
I Church Wednesday#, Nov. ,30'( from I I song Milton, by two, other sons, SO NEW THE STEERING WHEEL Here s the finest expression of'the Thunderbird pirit, unquestionably -

10 a. m. to 3 p..m., for the purpose : Juan Darrell of Pahokee and Leonard MOVES'OVER TO WELCOME;YOU.IN Thunderbird in its, classic lines-not a hair "

L of making bandages for cancer pa ot Mechanicsburg, _Pa.: ; four ,. wider nor a,tenth of an inch looser-yet,a Thunderbird. so
tients. There will be a sandwich I daughters, Mrs.Iversis Ashley and ram? uniquely new it stands alone In the fine car field. .;.

luncheon at noon she said. I,r Mrs. Juanita.- Croft, both of Bell The dramatically new Thunderbird for 1961 is true -.
It was voted that each of the
Glade, Mrs. Agnes Grofft aJ\d Mrs. { (
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to the Thunderbird tradition in every trend-setting
participate in
five circles shall & Marlene Collins both of'Jackson- .
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v inch. It all the features that mean Thun
preserves!
\ WSCS good win project .for;: ville 'sister Mrs. Flora: Mole '
I ; one P derbird: the classic: Thunderbird size and distinctive t
Thanksgiving: and Christmas. The :' of Lake Butler, 19 grandchildren r d. w: .x styling the, four luxury, the famous console .
attendance pin' for the month was and five great-grandchildren. the sports car hawing and performance.At .
awarded to the Miriam Circle.
Plans were made for the church the same time, the unmistakable newness you
extension dinner to be held Monday Pahokee :PTA Earns x, ..,' find in Swing-Away'Wheel is reflected throughout
i 1 .a this uniquely new luxury car. As standard equipmerst
November. 28, at 6:30 p. mn $479.20 HalloweenA f
V4 V you have the exhilarating, new highperformanceThunderbird
with Mrs. Robert Apelgren, chairman -
390 Special V8..This brilliant,new engine
received .;
of local church activities to be net total of $47920'was -
brings Thunderbird at its liveliest. A trio of
spirit
in charge. by the Pahokee Parent- The new optional Swing-Away ,Wheel symbolizes you
'' VV Teacher Association from its sponsorship the newness of this remarkable car.Just a touch of power assists;-new Cnuse-0-Matic, new Improvedyour
Power Steering and new larger Power BrakesareYou
hand and it aside ten inches.
CLASSES END carnivalon as you enter moves
of the Halloween
take the drivers seat as easily as you drop into standard equipment on every 1961 Thunderbird. Take _
Members of Girl Scout Troop the school grounds, accordingto your favorite choir.(You can drive only when wheel a test-flight at your Ford Dealer's today. .
164 celebrated the end of a. seriesof J. H. Wilkinson, Jr., PTA finance is locked safely in normal driving position.) : .'
cooking school classes taught chariman who was in.chargeof y

t by Mrs. Kathryn, Lathem FPL the project. A full report on the, .. ;

home 'economist, by ,entertaining carnival ,will be given :at the November .7. .,
their mothers at a tea in,the social meeting of PTA Monday .. k.
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ball of the First Methodist Church Guest will be CoL : :#'t : ;:;r'
... night. speaker /. ? LL -
Ellis Altman of West Palm Beach f
Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Vann and Mr.' director of CivU.l: >efenSe.,who will f.D.AJ' : 1 TINt dazzling new Thunderbird Cbarerfo&J '

and :Mrs.'W. IL Vann have returned give his talk before the start of the ,
to their'homes in Franklin,,Va.. business session. Refreshments PAHOKEE MOTOR COMPANY 'f" V ',

and Sanford after a visit here with will be served by Mrs. Billy Shef- ..
Mr.'and Mrs.James W. Vann anddaughter feld and her hostess committee following PAHOKEE,FLORIDA V \ >-' .

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