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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
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1{ I November 18, 1960 PUBLISHED" WEEKLY, IN CANAL'. POINT BY PAUL RARDICJCIRCULATING

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B illy 'McKinstry Deer Hunting In Wilkinson 50thAnniversaryP Bowling Film.IsShown' Council Plans '

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t No. 2 & No. 3 Areas Local Lions

: Named To CouncilWilliam rlY -, Awards Dinner
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E The Everglade, Conservation Gerald.Pence of Belle Glade, co- .
Areas No. 2 and No. 3 will be open manager of the Glades Bowling
E. (Billy) McKinstry. hunting this season as Mr. and Mrs.' James Harrison Lanes showed a film on "Bowling, The first meeting of the Palm r
f proprietor of Billy's Boats and 'schedule unless there is a heavy Wilkinson Sr., celebrated their the Family Game" at the weekly Beach County ,4-H Council was .
Mtors, was appointed a member rainfall between now and the open- 50th wedding anniversary "at an dinner meeting of the Canal Point held in the Mounts Agricultural ,. ,
I of the Pabokee City Council at ing date of hunting season whichis open house and reception held at Lions Club. Plans were completedfor Building on November 5. 1960 at
the regular meeting Monday,night, November 19th, according' |to the home of their son and daught- the club's lannual Thanksgiving 10:00: a. m.. with Janette Harrington '
to fill the unexpired term of Coun- Louis F, Gainey, Regional Manager er-in-Jaw, Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson turkey shoot which will be held on of Canal Point, president pre: .
cilman Elmer B. Elliott. Elliott Everglades Region, Game and Jr., In Pahokee Sunday aft- 'the Lake Okeechobee levee at the siding.
J who'was elected to.the Council last Fresh Water Fish Commission.The ernoon. Hosts were their six .sons I Canal Point 'waterfront starting Plans were made for the Annual
t May, has moved with his wife and Commission had considered and daughter-in-laws and three [Nov. 19 and continuing1 through Awards Dinner which is to be held
daughter, Lonna Lynn, to Meridian, closing these areas to deer huntingdue daughters and :sons-in-law: Mr. Nov. '23. President P. A. Slonakeris Saturday November 19.West Palm
Miss., where he is now associated to the high water conditions, and Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson, Mr. and I on the committee in charge :f Beach Teenage Club girls Lake
I with the ,brokerage firm of ,Noble however the waters are recedingand Mrs. Charles Wilkinson, Jr, all ; arrangements which also ,include Worth Club girls, and the Military
t, C.' Faulk Enterprises.' His resig- the Commission will hold Us of Pahokee; lIlj'and Mrs. K. ,C. A. R. Harrington. Albert Friend Senior Boys' Club will set it up.
nation from the Council was accepted scheduled hunting season in these Wilkinson, Valdosta; Ga.; Mr. and and Delmar L. Hooks. Mr. Hoo.- swill The Christmas holiday party was
i with regrets. Among the areas. Mrs, Simmons, Wilkinson, Belle select 'the 35 turkeys\ to be planned for December 30.The Palm
t duties of office McKinstry assumesis .Glade; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hanson used in the shoot. Beach Teenage Club will be' th?
that of city waterworks com- Funeral Services Panama City;; Mr. and M rs. host. It was decided to have pictures ,
f,. missioner. Fred Boles, Pensacola; Mr. and made of the newly erected: .
Ordinance 7-60 was passed, permitting I Mrs. Bill, Shirley ,Cummings, Ga. PahokeePTAHearsCol "Welcome" signs with' Coijaty
I a person to serve on both For Mrs. Baggett In' addition to .the nine .children, Council and Club officers. ? Ann
the City Planning Board and the the honorees' have 23 grandchild Ellis Altman Murray, Vice President; of the ,
Board of Adjustments Appeals. ren and three :great. grandchilJd- County Council, was selected to be
The Council then appointed a:group, Funeral services for Mrs. 'Ber- children; v County Council reporter..Shells.to.
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of seven men to serve 'on both: tha Elizabeth Baggett, 60, 815 The refreshments table covered Col. Ellis Altman of West Palm send ,Palm,Beach County Information -
boards; Joseph Kahn, R. M. (Mike) : East Main, Pahokee were held with a' linen and lace insert cloth; Beach director of Civil Defense in!. the'State'Historian for ,f-I:!,* >
Sanders and Wiley Tills, three- Tuesday at,2:30 p. m. at the Paho- had as a centerpiece; large wed- Palm Beach County, was, guest Clubs. .
year terms; J. C. Blanton and: kee'First Baptist Church, with the 'ding cake surrounded 'by arrange- speaker ,at the November' meetingof Following the'Coundl meeting.
Lewis Friend, two-year terms; Rev. J. W. Hughes, pastor ,of the ments of fern and yellow chrysan the Pahokee Parent-Teacher As- plans were made for:the Fair ex. .
"' Gene Caruthers and Joe Alderman Church of God, Barfield Highway, themums. The scene was lighted by sociation, held in the school audi-I hibit. '
one-year terms. 'I officiating golden tapers u\ single gold candle torium :Monday night with Presi-I Mrs. Laura B. Burgard, the news ,
Graham: ,Parbam and Grady% Mrs. Raggett. died-at the Everglades holders. dent,W. 0, (Bill) Moss presiding. Assistant Home Demonstration
.- Chancellor: :werevpgointedl oji.Jtie .M ejr1al(Hopi4a1.j urclajRBteraoon :' & nje: receiv; $ JnerwiUthe Intrpdueed.,by Mrs. JessrM.tEllipt geJitxa ,!lntrodueed.'f'h&follow( ;TM,.. "
'J. '-policeforce; to'fill'tte' .qeari Cl es!eK after? &Hvittness.]f J. H fog" f 'tile } '
a honoree3JBvenilMry'Jnd7, Mrs. the-speaker outlined the..basic f clements 'k Club. leaders ,"from." ,.
by the resignation of J. C. Norwoodand She had been a resident of Pahokeefor Wilkinson, Jr. Mrs. Fred Boles was that make Civil Defense effective coastal- area attended: Mrs: Tony''
Leon Baker._Streets Superintendent 32 years, coming here from in charge of the guest book. Se -- in cases of emergency relief (continued on page 8),
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Marvin Cowart was authorized -I Baker, Fla. and was a member- (continued on page 8) following disasters and pointed '-
to employ Radford Wright: the church of God at Baker.I I
out the need for the full ,cooperation -!
... (continues--4 on- page '8) Survivors include her husband,! Last Rites Held'For of the public in all Civil Defense Wreath.Making
'- : Sam J. Baggett, Pahokee; three activities.
.' sons Renee of Pahokee, J. H. of James H. Wilkinson Jr. '
Vaughn Tells Ag budget Is Club Topic '
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Jacksonville and Cary of Okee- Walter Glennon'Funeral and finance chairman, reported ; .' .
t chobee; one daughter Melba Jean PTA, netted $494.34, from its Hal-
r t Agents About Sugar Baggett ,Pahokee; one brother loween carnival, and thanked civic II I Mrs.H.McIntosh demonstrated : .
Perry Peaden, Pahokee four sis-: ,services for Walter Dur- and school groups and others the making of Christmas
ters, Mrs. J. E. Waddell, Mrs. J. H. wood Glennon, 56 of .Pahokee.were who helped make the carnival a wreaths from dried .materials .
t CLEWISTON r Speaking to ;a Jones and Mrs. B. R.. Rushing. all success. The monthly attendance ;
.f ':I group of county'agricultural agents of Pahokee and,Mrs, Edna Cox of held in, the chapel. of. Williams- awards were won by Mrs. Elsie cones and colored ribbons at the
at the Clewiston ;Inn following Pompano Beach. Wetherington Funeral Home, Pa- Sims' sixth grade'room at the Ele November meeting of the Pahokee
r their tour of the plantations, sugar Pallbearers were A. W. Jonea,, hok e, Sunday at 3:30 p. m.,.'with mentary school and by the 12th I Garden Club, held at the home of
mill and cattle' 'ranch, President R. R.. 'Henderson, Tommy :Mm r.: Malcolm H. Miller'Christian Sci- grade at the high school. the president, Mrs. Frank, Friend,
Harry T. Vaughn of the United J. R. Miller, J. W. Douglas and Eli: ,ence reader officiating. Senior Girl Scout Troop 38 was in I Tuesday morning. i
States, Sugar Corporation told McCall. Mr. Glennon' died early Friday charge of the opening flag cere| Several members'brought to the .
how attempts grow sugar com- Burial was at ,the: Port Mayaca morning at ,the Everglades Memorial mony. The Rev, Reuben Barfield,|meeting Christmas wreaths which 1 #
mercially Florida dated back to Cemetery. WilUanvWetheringtoa Hospital after a brief illness.A pastor of the Canal ,Point First!they had made for study and diaj -
1850 with falure after failure re- Funeral Home was in charge: retired night club operator, he
.. Baptist Church, gave* the devo-j I cussion. Mrs.. Frank Friend displayed -
corded due,largely to the fact that had been a resident of Pahokee for tionals. a wreath, featuring dried .

the types of cane, planted were not ,Rev.CrauswellToGive 31 years coming here from Fort The hostess committee in chargeof J materials in ,its design; Mrs, Don
suitable for this area., Myers. serving- refreshments at the Hillier pine cones; Mrs. Ivan Van ''
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'He credited C. S. Mott p.s'the ? close of the meeting included Mrs. Horn, candies and nuts; Mrs. Jess :t:
,. man really responsible for the success I Union Sermon Vicky Brother Glennon Williams, Pahokee Glennon; Salerno one Billy Sheffield, .Mrs. Horace Un- M. Elliott, plastic holly leaves and 4:
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win Mrs..James W. Vann Mrs. .
and poinsettias; Mrs. J. S. Chastain,
-j of the industry In Florida today and'one sister, "Mrs. Ethel McKenzie ..
... Lester Hand. crepe paper; and Mrs. McIntosh,
r :i'' due to, his .,faith,in, the project The ReV. Charles: ,I V Crauswell, Stt Petersburg tissue paper. Mrs., J. V. Chastain ,
t 4* and detemlnatton, backed by his pastor of'the Church of,the.*Jaza- ,Pallbearers were Gibb Gross, displayed a picture made of dry
.1. financial support.The 'John Boltbn, Frank Brady, Lacy TW.KnightCloses materials. '
turning point came when the rene, will deliver the Thanksgiving ,Rewis, Lean Guthrie and Lee Mrs. Lloyd Hundley showed "I

corporation established its own re- message at, the union Thanksgiving Wroten.' Belle-Glade DealA samples of the favors,the club will '
search department and developednew service to be held at the Paho. Burial was at the Port Mayaca use'in decorating'food trays of patients .a j
types of cane that were di- kee First Methodist Church Thurs- Cemetery.. I II at the, local hospital on -
sease resistant hardy and,developed day at 9:30 a. m. under the joint $50,000 cash sale was made I i Thanksgiving and Christmas
to meet conditions In the Ever- sponsorship of the churches of the Grand( :Opening Canal I Mrs. Edgar' Wilder, president of '
last week,by Arthur Wells, of Belle!
glades. community. the-Sod Busters, displayed samplesof
.! He pointed out that, today these Other ministers who will take Point PharmacyMelvin Glade of a. tract of land on ve.1 I the packets of garden seeds her I II
varieties are producing the highest part in' the program are the Rev. E, across street from Lake, Shore group has prepared for distributionas ,I!
yield of both sugar cane and sugarof James W, Eberly, missionary. Paul, new owner of the High School. I favors.. at the District 10 meeting I
any domestic area and In most. Church of the Brethern, scripture Canal Point Pharmacy,. announcesa The buyer was the Everglades I of the Federation of Garden :
foreign countrieS./ 'reading; The Rev. J. W.. Hughes, Grand Opening for next Saturday Progressive Citizens, Inc., whose I Clubs in Belle; Glade. Mrs. Lloyd ;I
-predicted a bright future for Church of God, Barfield 'Highway, November 26. Many free business manager is W. C.:: Taylor, Hundley ,and; Mrs. H. M. McIntOsh twill .;
J' sugar production in Florida and prayer; The Rev. J. H. Kinard prizes will be given away Mr. Paul funeral director. It is thought, the be .in charge of the decorative: '
'; stated that tremendous, ,expansion Church of God of Prophecy' said. A Mixmaster heads the list land will be developed ,into a'fine arrangements at the meeting. :'I
): j}, was i possible ,if 'growers and pro- Thanksgiving proclamation ,and with other worthwhile gifts to be residential subdivision, With'com- Those 'who hare made reservations :I
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;, cessors were given; assurance that ,en diction. given. There will be; free favors, mercial possibilities on Ave. E. for, the, luncheon at the district' i
1 'v'. f.--: the heavy investment necessary The Pahokee' High School Club"under free Cokes and balloons for the Broker handling the deal, on an meeting are Yr$. O. R. Bleech. Mn.,. i c I,
't t.. would be justified by reasonable the ;direction of Miss Ellen kiddies...You are invited to attend. exclusive listing, ,for Me..Wells, I E. A. Jensen, Mrs. Friend. Mrs.' ;
tas.. Morgan.accompanied by Miss Jann .. .... Thurmond W. Realtor v .i' '
.: marketing was Knight, -: Hundley and Mrs. MCIntOsh $
:ti "f:. '.He further stated that the United Plumer, ,organist and Miss Dottie Mrs. Nan, Cunningham and son, of Riviera:Beach, fprmer'Gtedes! Mrs. E. A. Jensen, program
States Sugar Corporation would' Lair, pianist, will sing two an- Wynn; returned this week to Nas-i resident. distributed program tichairman ,=I'

,.4_ \'r welcome ot.her"sugal"' producers ;n .,,., .. .' sau, ,B. X, after a visit of several Attorney for the seller was' books for the year at the meeting. -1:
''.". '" the area and;,wouM gladly' share .i m days with her parents, Mr, and Claude S.'Jones, of Belie Glade; and :>>rL J. ] !. Elliott reported the ,-;
l;jj- t'r -', their knowledge :'and experience.- ,Mr," and Mrs.'P. B. Wires Mrs. W. He Brewtpn, in Pahokee. attorney for the buyer: was de1- Ctexton, fruit cakes, sold' by the __
::::.{'. -with them in, the>development of! were< business visitors IB.t.Stuart The Bvewtoas :also bad as.'gueat! calm Cunningbaw; of Went:PalmBeactu .....'as a fund-raising project will
;" the industry in''Flarlda.xy j-MenA&y. ,,' their SOB, Slater, of Miami. : ,;, '. : (continued on page 8) ., '
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?:;, -\igeTwt The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday November 18,1960The ,
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I William Wall Is of Club.the] American' Legion! _and Elks Mrs. Stanley Talks \

k r--i'-- Honored By USDA I L Those enjoying a menu'of Ray'sspecialty To Taylor Circle II

I", I southern barbecued
William "Bill" Wall was given rits.1 I :Mrs. M. Stanley gave a talk
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with! Walls were: Dr.. W.
a luncheon honoring his retirement! .on "Stewardship" at the meeting
[Forsee1, Jr., Dr. Paul Thayer, Dr.I
from the.U. S. of Agriculture I of the Circle, I IIkee
Department J[Vic Green, Dr. R. V. Allison, R. Faye Taylor Paho--
I at.' Ray's Smokehouse.'j Lewis: Dr. Robert J. Allen, H'I I Baptist WMU at the home of :

Tuesday November 8, by his associate .I Dr. F. Douglas' Wilson, J Frank I I Mrs.. June Parker, with Mrs. Lois
from the Everglades Experiment -!I I Joyner '.Griffin Bell, D. W. Fish-'j jI White co-hostess. 1

Station and the Sugar ler. Dr. T. E. Summers. Mrs. Carolyn I The program, "The Women's
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f,' i Branch in Canal Point. I Glover, Mrs. Irene Doub Mills.Byron Witness" was presented by Mrs. 1
I D. W. Fishier acted as master of Hiram Whittemore Jack I Gene Gore, Mrs. Frank Gillis, Mrs.
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ceremonies. Dr. T. E. Summers .. Little, and Mrs. Dorothy O'Neal I C. E Williams and Mrs. Wayne

t : I Rardin Building In Canal Point Florida: I with whom Mr. Wall has worked :: from the, Experiment Station; B. A. Burdeshaw. Mrs. Ray Hawk Mrs.
I for.the past several years presented -f I Belcher Dr. ,E. H..Todd and C. O. D, C. Rhodes, Mrs.. Davis Mills and
' ; THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF him with.an engraved pen and 1'1\Grassei. from the USDA Canal I .Mrs. R. L. Parker' were visitors..
I pencil set on behalf, of the group.i iI )t l Point Sugar Branch; ,and visiting: The group voted to sponsor a I
:? THE EVERGLADES, NEWS Many pleasant experiences and in-i i i guests, Kan'al Lai Ghosh (from girl at the Baptist Children's Homes
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cidences with Mr. 'Wall over the India), Jordan Levin ,and. Scotty i .community mission projectfor

Serving the Lake.Okeechobee;Fanning'Region WIthout. years were reminiscenced'by many Hedden (from USDA, Agricultural: the year. Contributing the

. Interruption Every Week.for More'Than 30 Years ,'of his colleagues, who spoke,highly Engineering Section, Michigan church nursery, is the community
: I of his contributions to research in State University. : mission project for the month.
Established_March,1i,;1924. Published Every Friday Southern Florida.; .. I Plans were made for a Christmas t.

;.. Subscription Price.$2.00 Year In Advance Mrs. Wall expressed her appre.1 MONTE CARLO,PARTY party at the December meeting.
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an invitation all to visit in their I Chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi So 1 TO ROTARY MEET
f t In Canal Point; Florida, as Second Class Matter new home at Cape-Coral! on the j I rority entertained at the home of:; W K.' (Hank) Aldridge, president ,

- Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher I Caloosahatchee River. J I Mrs. Lewis Friend On East Main of Pahokee Rotary Club and ,
I \ Mr. Wall served m the Navy in with a Monte Carlo party. Hostesses Mrs. Aldridge will head the local :
both World War I and U. He is the were Mrs. Friend, Mrs. W.. D. delegation of Rotarians and Rotary
. Jernigan Circle, In Fine Arts Society Worshipful Master of Belle Glade Howard, Mrs. C. S. Davis, Mrs. Anus who plan to attend the district ;
Masonic Lodge No. 273, past Earl Maxson, Mrs. J. G. Thomas I meeting of Rotary Interna-
Plans Yule
Regular Meeting Party
Worthy Patroa of OES, a member and Mrs,Rupert Mock. !I tional in Boca Raton this weekend.

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Graham chairman The Omicron Chapter of Sig-
presided at the meeting of the ma Eta Society of Fine Arts at the I II { 1
\ Grace Jernigan Circle, First, Baptist November meeting Monday night
WMU at the home of Mrs. R. voted to have its'annual ChriStmas -
'Sf' Douthit, Mrs. John Hatton banquet and art exhibit the I

taught the first part of the mission night of Dec. 12, starting at 7:30p. f s I
study book, "Across the Bridge." m. I 8 t ;

Mrs. Hatton a visitor was intro.. The meeting was held at the I I
duced by Mrs. Mary Hammond. home of Mrs. O. D. Carpenter inj II
; ,The program "To Die WithoutHis Pahokee. with the president Mrs.' Phone 511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade 4 !
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Word," was presented by Mrs. Luther Jones of Belle Glade preside
. Ralph Grimes, assisted by Mrs. ing. Mrs. Edna Barrett of Canal II SALES and SERVICE '
. W. W. DuBose, Mrs. Bob Hender Point reported net receipts of $67
: I son Mrs J, L. Humphrey, Sr., Mrs. 'from the rummage sale sponsoredby Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
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I Alex Johnson, Mrs., Douthit and the chapter. The report on the 1 j jt I .
Mrs.,. Hammond., candy and corsage sale another
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The; group made plans to make fund-rising project of the chapter, ,. I j
the Christmas. a. happy occasion was given by Mrs. Lillian Masonicof

,.:, for.Sandra,Sweetland, their "adopted South Bay chairman in charge.
daughter" at the Baptist Child- Y'
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circle It was decided"to have Lottie Moon Circle I quick as'a wink ,

. the December meeting at the Yule Party
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Members of the Lottie Moon Circle -

..1 7'r Rev. W. W. Preston To Firsts-Baptist. WMU, meetingat ilia&, P ; i

!. Speak Woman's Club the",home, of. Mrs. F. G. Gulls, t Velf'
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beheld; at their December meet-
., The Rev. William W. Preston of ing. Mrs., E. B. Gamble presentedthe &''Y
. Belle Glade, pastor of the Everglades program, "The. Women's Wit-
., : assisted .' .. }" SUPER-FAST SUPER-SAFE; =.4', '
Presbyterian, Church, form ness. She, was by Mrs. ; : .}:Y.::<: : j
Marvin Crady Mrs. J. P. Herringand '
er missionary to, Brazil,, will be t .
Mrs. Gillia 3: ::. .
guest speaker at the Thanksgiving Mrs Paul Watson. co-chairman, ( So i'.. 1t.''. I..)
I program' of the Pahokee Woman's presided in the,absence,of,the chair- : 1

Club to' be: held, at the clubhouse man :Mrs. Billy Sheffield. Mrs. A. ; .
'J during,'the Wednesday luncheon L Davis and Mrs. Grady Chancellor t "

: meeting,. Nov.,23, Mrs.:M. P, Stan were visitors. -
,- _. ley ,is, in charge of program arrangements .. t_ ./

Mrs. B.R.Mosley, president CLASSIFIED ADS k r It' 'I
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S. S My sincere and deep appreciaton for, all the assistance I
, I received from youc.the' people, during
my campaIgn. I want to thank you, all for the
,vote of confidences you gave me' 'In Tuesday's 1
I. fidence. May I always be worthy" your, con-
; a. fdence and. ever mindful of the trust you ,have. r '
placed:in.me. My Sincere Thanks r .
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a. flERSONALNEb'iNOTE$1 I. $ $ ;' Thank You! '


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';". Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sganga and Guy Sharon spent the past week :Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cason

family of New Smyrna Beach spent In Miami with friends. (Lessie Ferreii) of Indiantown an- A'v : My sincere thanks to those 'I,
.the weekend .in Canal Point with '
Il Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rogers and nounce the birth of a daughter who voted and who''I'I
Sheriff and for me,
her
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children Sandra and Billy of Fort. Lisa Gail, at the'Everglades Me-
O'Connell. While'
7 e Mrs. Frank here
t't they attended the Pahokee-New Myers were guests here Sunday_ of I morial Hospital;Nov. 8. supported my campaign for

Smyrna Beach football game on her mother, Mrs. Maxine Joyce. Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Dixon (Linda -
relativesand reelection.RICHARD -
also visited other
1>;, Lair Field Friday night. Mr. Sganga They I Mills) of Pahokee announce the
t. is supervisor of sciences and friends: before'returning home.I II I I I:birth of a. son, David Christopher! .

t'. mathematics for the Volusia Coun- Mrs. Lewis Friend and Mrs. W. : at the Everglades Memorial Hos- M. SAULS

ty Schools. R. Wilson'were visitors'in Orlando| pital, Nov. 9." '
JUDGE 15th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT GROUP 8
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Monday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.
James Thompson
L Mrs. Bill Unwin, Mrs. Clarence r ,
L k' :Maxwell aDd Mr. and Mrs. W. A. and Mrs. Ralph ,0. Johnson (Annette. ggett) of Pahokee announce ..

(:, Humphries, Sr., spent Friday at have as a guest this, week herbrotherinlaw the birth of a daughter; -
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LaBelle visiting :Mrs. Unwin's son, and, sister, Mr. and Joyce Elaine at the Everglades

y i FHP Trooper Charles Humphries, Mrs. John Ludwig, of Richmond, Memorial Hospital, Nov. 10. ,

Fc; and family. Trooper Humphries is Va.. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thierry .

convalescing. i ( ) of Day-
s Margaret Lynn Shirley
; Mrs. L. D. Echols and children tona Beach announce the birth of Ip'IThanks!
Mr. and Mrs. Bob McFadden Wilbur and Betty, have returned
hospital
a son, Paul Edward, at a
thier
t have reutrned to home in from a visit with her parents, Mr. there, Nov. 12. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. I. ,.
Jacksonville after,a,visit here with and Mrs. C. C. Hudson, at Roanoke, -
Shirley of Pahokee are the maternal '
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Ala. grandparents. Mrs. 'Shirley left I want to thank you
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and Mrs. Kyle Hatfield, and other :. '
't relatives. Mr. and Mrs., Boyd Vorhees and this week for a visit with her I
son, Shimer, accompanied by her daughter and 'family at Daytona all for your supportand

Mr. and Mrs. Joel W. Brown and sister, Mrs. S. P. Lee of Miami, will Beach. i

daughter, Jo Ellen returned home spend Saturday at Vero Beach Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Balcuns vote in Tuesday'selection.

Sunday evening after: spending a visiting the parents of Mrs. Vor- (Gwenette 'Reeves) of NontaUk.N. ,

few days at their cottage at Salt hees and Mrs. Lee, Mr.,and Mrs. Y., announce the birth of twin ; .

Springs. While away they attended -, H. S. Gove, and while there will sons, Ronald and Donald, at the

the University Florida, home- help Mr. Gove celebrate his 74th i hospital In .Southhampton, N. Y., : ,

coming at Gainesville, their daughter birthday anniversary.' Nov. 12. Mrs. Balcuns is a graduate :s Sincerely,

Miss Jean Brown, student at ,. of Pahokee High School and
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U of F, being a member of the Gator Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Branch entertained made her home here with her :uncle JOHN F. KIRK.

c Marching Band, which gave a at their home with a and aunt Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kol-

fine performance at, the Florida- party for members of the Vesper stad while attending Pahokee Sheriff
:Tulane football during the .
game Choir of the Pahokee First Metho- Schools. I I
"halftime show. Jean had a groupof dist Church. .
her friends at the university as .

guests at Salt, Springs while her Mr. and Mrs. J. D.1 Latham, Jr.* ... "
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parents were there. of Cocoa will spend the weekend ,

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Mrs, E. B. Gamble, at Pahokee and : i '; "' : .
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; a\y,14.rs. his parents, Mr. and'Mrs. J. 'D.. "IIIf! .'t..... .1'''lt. /1. 1 ....,
Schroder, returned home, this'week Latham, at Canal Point.. :

after spending almost two weeksIn ., 'ifj I
.Seaman Apprentice, ,Boyd :Vor, ,._ r "
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West Palm Beach where Mr. .;-
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Schroder underwent' ,at ,
surgery:
U. S. Coast Guard Cutter, SageBrush ; II
Good Samaritan Hospital. Their
for two of overseas I
years
son and, daughter-in-law. and
duty and is now stationed at San
Mrs. R. W. (Bobby) Schroder, of
.:Juan, .Puerto Rico, according to
Hypoluxo brought them home.
word received by his parents in
I Mr. and Mrs.. L. I. Maloy returned Canal Point. I

home the first of the week froma ;
Miss Kay Hughes, student at
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several with '
visit of days their I' r (
Jones Business College, Orlando, 4
son-in1aw and daughter, Mr: and '.
Mrs. M. M., Stowers, and ,family spent the weekend with her parents t
Mr., and Mrs. D. P. Hughes .
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and other relatives in West; Palm "
!3 acl1.' While away they attended at Bryant. #
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funeral ,services for Mrs. Nora Mrs. Lloyd Hundley and Mrs. k

... Parson a cousin,of Mrs. Maloy, dot Beatrice Salvatore were visitorsin 4tI

Stuart Sunday.Mr. Mimai Monday. I I

Mrs., Roy Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles'Moran, ac- : v '
family have returned from St. : -
companied by J. R. Duke, spent '
:'Augustine where they attended a ; Sunday in Clewiston visiting his

!fa m II y reunion honoring Mr. sister-in-law Mrs. Henry Moran,

Thompson1 grandmother 'Mrs.: and Mrs. S. C.' Sloan. ,Mrs. Henry

Florria Thompson, on her 90th Moran recently: returned home froM
"n birthday anniversary: and her Good Samaritan Hospital where

brother Ira Smith, on his 93rd she was a patient for a few weeks.

birthday anniversary. There were

..' approximately.. 100 persons present. Wally Mole, student at Florida
--' Christian.,College, Tampa visited
?, -, Mr and Mrs.. John Dragon, spent his parents. Mi. and Mrs. Graham

the weekend,in Miami on a buying Mole, here over the weekend.
trip to select and purchase fall merchandise -

for 'their Nola's Shop. Miss Anne Lowe' of Homestead .,., ;

.,While away they were overnight was the guest of Miss Elizabeth '" ., .

guests of Mrs Margaret Steen at Humphreys here over the weekend. ... ,t . ," 0 gn 1 y.
and also visited other < I
Hollywood '
Chiarman Jack Spencer will pre- 'i'
i friends in that.area.Classified.- : :
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-,.-- .n sion on Missions at the First Meth'odist .: .ttiio4 ; "4-JL I
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i Church Wednesday at 8:30p. / ,. '. ..'_ .J -0 r:. ,

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:;sMrsviHugh'*Branch andj&Qdreiu "**" EXTENSION PHONE; I
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anied.by) and
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HAD A VISITOR' Give 2661 a iam ,McConriJck;:of, Wiliamson, N. ; 4... fn r//

ring and1,let us know about it Y., visited Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Cook

and we will be happy to put the and Mrs. Kate',Branch.at Pompano ..

item in our personal news column. Sunday. '' \. : .- .
Of course; there is NO CHARGE. Y
the excitement of for the
Mr. and Mrs.-Boyd Vorhees haveas Perhaps you enjoy racing
News.
Thanks. The Everglades
a guest this weekend her sister, phone through a dark house at midnight, bruising your -

FOR SALE:" New and used Willys Mrs. S. P. Lee and son. Jim of shins on the furniture. .'

Jeeps.' Walter Ashley's GarageIn MimaL {

Belle Glade Phone 8058. Miss :, \ But, it's more likely that you would prefer the comfort tl
Myra Lee Cruthirds, accom-
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... Oct. panied by Miss Kay Friend of Fort ..; c' / and convenience and the downright privacy of a ;" '

PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If Lauderdale, attended the University -: .:- bedroom phone., We'd like to add two more reasons why, '.. ,, ...-,.A. _j I
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you need cards.envelopes, letter- of Florida homecoming at you'd love having one. .. -:' ';' : ,I _.
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heads, statements, bill heads handbills Gainesville, over'the' weekend.' 'i'....# I
or something in the printing r \ 'First, it won't upset your budget a bit. You'll be surprised ,_ :; :, ,- ,
Charles, Jones and son, Harold, /: ,
line just step to'the phone and cal of Clewiston visited his mother how little it costs. Second.extensions come in _, t--.. x+ ::{ = }
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and : A. decorator colors-for ,. :;. -'
26dl. Mrs. C. B. Jones brother charming any room ; :
Point, No We are experts in .1!<
W. Jones, at Canal Point Saturday :.. in the house! "J< .4i':: : i
producing excellent printing amour .'.. ".:,... ,. 8::",..... ... ,
prices are in line with out of Mr. and :Mrs. Jack, Boland and ".' : :
: Enjoy living as you like, it! Order the extensions you need.; :: '} ? +
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Glades for printing business.Please. guests of'his parents, Mr. and Mrs.B. .. :.., 1

give us'a calL:Phone 2661. R. Boland, in Pahokee over he ,: '
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FOR SALE: Three 7:00x15 Army SouthernjB.II! ... 11

Tread and one Ground Grip tread D. P. Hughes has returned to his : _'. ', ,. '.. .--...-..''1 ,,. .
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Patterson Circle Choose,Right GrassIf younger daughter, received medi- GIRL SCOUTS PLAN 'j;

cal treatment at the Holiday HospitaL Plans to participate in the Christmas -
Has November Meet You Would Have -
:: While away they also visited decorations; contest, for Girl

I, Entire-Year Lawns Mrs. Harris's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scouts were made by Troop 128 at
The,lone, Patterson CiicleCanal H. J. Clause, at Lake Kerr. the weekly meeting with Its adult
Point Baptist WMS at the'November .
leaders, Mrs. Ed Culberson and
GAINESVILLE
The
most Im
at-the home of :Mrs. i Mrs. Carrie Batchelor and son,
meeting portant consideration,when Mr. and Mrs. Robert Apelgren Mrs. James Smith, at the First
green Jack Bat helor and family, who
Paul Rardin, voted to work with
: Methodist Church.
were guests of Mr. Mrs. Walter Jann and Ann
and
lawn the year ardUnd is the goal, have been residing in Jacksonvillefor
the 'Hannah Scoggins-Annle. Jones Clot at Coral Gables over the I Mosley were hostesses. .
is the selection of the
proper variety the past few have returned -
Circle on Tuesday. Nov. 22, packing I weekend and while there ,attendedthe years
of grass, according to a Uni- to again make their home in
"sunshine boxes" for
presen- Mimal-Notre CLASSIFIED
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versity of _Florida turf spec1a11st.Frank Pahokee.
tation to shut-ins on ThanksgivingDay. game in the Orange Bowl Saturday PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
Wilson, assistant horti- .;. ..
culturist with the Florida Agricul- night., Those from Canal Point who attended -I _- ,
The program, "A Woman's Wit- f I I the annual :Masonic Home
:ness" was presented by Mrs. J. D. tural Extension Service, says i Mrs. W. G.,Lowe visited her son-
in St. Petersburg Zm
rally day program -
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Latham, assisted by Mi's. J. grasses are now available that do in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Sd
T Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
were Sapp,
Chastain, :Mrs. ;'Y. S. Evans S'I well during the winter if properly W. L. Geiger, in West Palm Beachover
I I Mrs. A. Q. Howell Mrs. H. H.
:3Irs. J. GMcCall. It-was managed. the weekend. Sears and Mrs. J. Bordeaux. [ ,ciGooDl
ed the November meeting of the; Emerald zoysiagrass has provento
7 WMS will be held in conjunctionwith II i be one of the hardiest grasses Richard Shackford of West Palm,i Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore visited -
Beach spent the weekend here with I
in observance t suitable to Florida. It has remained Mrs.
the first meeting W. S. Stanley and son, r
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
; of week of prayer at the church green in protected areas through I Billy, at Fort Lauderdale Sunday,
Nov28. out the winter, even in north Flo.'- Shackford. Mrs. Harry Dunrtodv I
Mrs. C.: B. Jones, publications I Is expected to arrive in Pahokee I II I 'Mrs. W. B. ,Bunn returned to:

r chairman distributed copies of the ida.Wilson says this grass is one of this, week to be with her mother, Columbus, Ga.. Wednesday after a
Mrs. Shackford, while she is
i .mission book "Acrossthe, Bridge,'* the last ,to turn brown when a lescing from_ conva- I visit here with her sister, Mrs.

which will be taught by :Mrs. H. G. severe frost hits. Other zoysia- week at the surgery Everglades performedlast Me- Lucy Batchelori; and other rela- f

Grace of Lake Worth, mission grasses rate high as far as winter morial Hospital. I tives. ,
'. .study chairman for the Palm-Lake color is concerned, with the excep- I Ii
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i .Association, at the Pahokee First tion of Meyer zoysiagrass. This is Mrs. Wendell Harris and daugh- i -

Baptist Church Nov. 22, from' 11 the wide ,zoysiagrass selection and ters returned,,the first of the week I' CLASSIFIED ADS

a. m., to 2 p. m. It was announced one of the first grasses to turn from Orlando,', where Shirley, the PAY BIG. DIVIDENDS
Mrs. J.\H. Bordeuax will be hostess brown in cold weather. I

At the next circle meeting at her The next best grass selection

If", home, Dec. 12, with :Mrs. J. L.,Mc- from the standpoint of'winter coloris ',"" ...wt
Call in of the ... '
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the improved bermudagrasses, .-,
according to Wilson. These grassesare ,

Cleaner Air Is very rapid growers that respond ,

quickly to liberal supplies of .
To Replace Pollution :
fertilizer and water.St. .

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BREWSTER-American Cyana- i '
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mid Co. recently marked "Cleaner Orlando south, St. Augustine re- ,
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However, it will turn brown if the ? 4i1S
which will for
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the triple ,superphosphate plant first cold night discolors this grass S II THE LOAD, LONGER: LIFE FOR THE TRUCK! .:
went into production,,revealed that .
and it remains brown until ,spring.

better able and control that measures quantities were of desir-fluo- .. I '

rine were escaping from the curing. ENJOY FISH FRY rJ{ 61 TORSION-SPRING CHEVROLETS I '

building. I An outing and fish fry at, Fort 1 .
.. Drum were enjoyed the first :of, ., .
the week by Mr. and :Mrs. W.. A' If you don't think scrapping the front axle has ,made a world of difference, you "
Capt. RickenbackerWill Reynolds and their children arid haven't driven a Chevy in a while. A few minutes behind the wheel and you can lj

Be HonoredCORAL families, Including Mr. and Mrs..' feel! why drivers are happier and breakable loads are better protected. But the 1

Ernest Pittm'an and children of biggest advantage of all, you'll realize is that the truck I itself (sheet metal, tires

GABLES Captain Pahokee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert' chassis components, everything) takes less abuse. With independent front sus-

Eddie Rickenbacker has been selected Reynolds and children of Fort' pension soaking up road shock and vibration, the truck lasts longer, goes extra .

to 'receive, the first annual I:Pierce, and Bill Reynolds' also, of. v .thousands of miles before trade-in time. Add that to ,what everybody's alwaysJ.known 'I I

award for outstanding service to Fort Pierce. : about Chevy dependability and you find..yourself looking : :

I Youth by the'Junior Orange Bowl -:---- ;. .. ,.at the soundest truck investment you,could jet f your business on. i;

of Coral,Gables.Rickenbacker. Mrs. Judy Sapp 'at Canal Point" ,

president of:East grand Instructor"of District 18, and .j.jA
4, em Air Lines Inc. has accepted Order of Eastern Star, was hon- NEW ,REAR-ENGINE CORVAIR 95's
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" thd invitation to receive the award 1 ored at the. meeting of the OES ,'.

l In person. Presentation will be chapter in Moore Haven Tuesday panel and two pickups that put a thrifty air-cooled,engine In the rear, the driver 'ti a!

made' on Dec. 29 at the Coral night, Those attending from Pa- up front and as much as 1,900"pounds of load space In between! That's more I

Gables Country Club during a hokee Chapter '184 were Mrs. An- capacity than a conventional. half-tonner. Yet' these Corvalr,OS's are nearly two .. ',1

luncheon. Following the luncheon. gelea Sears; ,worthy matron,, Mrs. ti feet: shorter from :bumper to bumper. Highly maneuverable. Built to last and '
Rickenbacker will 'review the 12th Eleanor Bordeaux, Mrs.. :JRuthJV, "1'.. x.- .4
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bound to save ,on a busy ) ,
annual edition of the Junior .
Orange Meredith and Mrs. Florrie Nix ;

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: Laura Sue, on her .fifth birthday ]1

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and Robert Mrs.Hatton Mrs.' R. F.> Hurt .1 164 Lake Ave. Pahokee, Florida Phone 593 ,
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and mind are temporal, but_ the :Five Circles Will
real 'man is spiritual and eternal. ,

The identity of the real man is not t"Hold Monthly MeetFive

lost but found through this explanation -

I ; .; : ; for the conscious Infinitude circles of the Pahokee Methodist -
; a of existence and of all ident- Woman's Society of Christian
ity is thereby discerned and remains Service will hold their November

unchanged." meetings at homes of members
-. -. Monday The Mary Martha Circle
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'Er-- Mission Study Class will meet at the home of Mrs.
Lloyd Hundley, 10 a. m.; the Matel
Starts Next TuesdayMrs. Simonson Circle, at the home of
';. ;.." "......_ ....."f.-........ ._- -- Mrs. Lon Wilson, 3:30 p. m.; the
The Pahokee ChurchOf The Church Of God Canal Point : H. G Grace f Lake Worth, Margery Lair Circle at the home

+t. The Nazarene Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal Baptist Church AI WMU mission study chairman for home of Mrs. John Padgett 3:30p.
:the Baptist Palm-Lake,' Assocla-I m.; the Gertrude Shirley Circle

I Rev Charles Dmewart. Pastor'I tion, will teach a at the home of Mrs. Melvin Spoon .
71 Bacom Point Road Point Road class at the Pahokee First Baptist
I SUNDAY: er, 8 p. m.; and the Miriam Circle,
r Charles P. Crau.sweD"Put.or' John H. Kinard, pastor I 9:45 School Church Tuesday, Nov.'22, from 11 at the home' of Mrs. J. T. Pickett,
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 10:00 'a. m.-Sunday School 11:00 a.a.m.-Sunday nx- rMornihg: Worship a. m., using "Across the Bridge"as 1 Sr., 8 p. m., with Mrs. Howard Hol- .
SUNDAY SERVICES: : 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service the text book. The PahokeeWoman's man, co-hostess.
<< Union
9:45 a. in.-Sunday, School. 6:3q p. m.-Training .
1:45 p. Evangelistic Service Missionary Union, -sponsor .
1100 a. m. Sunday WrahI.p. 7:30 p. m.-: Evening Worship
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L.B. WEDNESDAY 'of the 'class, 'has invited mem-
6:30 p. m.-Juniors. 8:00 p. m. Thursday W. M. B.Everyone 7:30 :: bers of the Canal. Point Baptist Patsy Batchelor
m.-'Prayer Meeting.
; 7:00 p. ra.--Suna8y Service.;Evening, welcome. Special music -' p. Woman's Missionary Society to at- Hostess To Club '

:. Evangelistic and singing. tend. The church nursery will be
WEDNESDAY: .. .. Christian.Science open while the class Is in session. Miss Patsy Batchelor was hostess -

7:30 p.meeting.-Midweek Prayer The Methodist Church: Group Of Canal Point There will be a sandwich luncheon .' to members of the Pahokee
at noon, at which the Pahokee Business and Professional Woman'sClub
"Where you are a...stranger' but Canal Point Florida Man's real, satisfying identity WMU will furnish hot' and cold at a social and program meet-'

once .v' drinks and dessert.PATIENTS' ing at her home Tuesday evening '
l will be emphasized at Christian
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Robert A. Shelley, Pastor I u* with Mrs. Billie Hand and Mrs.
First MethodistChurch SUNDAY: Science churches Sundya inthe AT HOSPITAL Dorothy Fletcher assisting as co-

10:00 a. m.-Church School :Lesson-Sermon: on '"Soul and Among the patients at the Ever- hostesses.C. .

Pahokee 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship I Body. glades Memorial Hospital Wednes E. (Bill) Williams, presidentof

r 6:30 p. m. Youth'Fellowship Scriptural selections will include day were Sam McKinstry, Sr., Pahokee Rotary Club, as guest

Rev,.T. C. O'Steen 7:30 p. .-Evening WorshIp this verse: "I will praise thee; forI Angus Sims, Mrs. Juanita, Shack- speaker gave a talk on "Public
SUNDAY: MONDAY: amfearfully and wonderfullymade ford, Ricky Tucker, Edward Olsen Affairs. He was introduced by

8:45 a. m.-church School 3jl5 p. m.-Youth Choir practice : marvellous are thy works; and Renee Stuckey.Mrs. Miss Jane Plumer who Was in
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11:00 a. m.orning Worship TUESDAY. : and that my soul knoweth right charge of program arrangements.

6:45 p. m.-MYF 8:00 p. m,-Woman's Society well" (Psalms 139:14). Gracie' Goree of Okecho- It was announced the club will holda
7:45 p. m.-Eveping Worship. 1st-Tuesday To be read from "Science and bee spent the weekend in Paho- business meeting at the home o*

.' TUESDAY: 2nd MONDAY: Health with Key to Scriptures"by kee visiting her cousins Mr. .ind Mrs. Allie Okie, Dec. 6.
.: 7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir prac- 7:30 p..m.Esther.Class meeting Mary Baker Eddy is'the follow- Mrs. Frock Baxter and Mr. andMrs. The meeting was preceded by a

UoeWEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY' : ing (302:3-8): ""The material body Joe Thompson. barbecued chicken dinner.
:. 7:30 p. m:-Prayer Meeting .
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7.45 1'' m.-Mid-_Ree k d e votions. _
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\ Confessions before :Mass. .' t'
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601 W. Lake Rd. Belle Glade 7:00 P. M. L. W. W. B. (Par-

I' SUNDAY: sonage) ,,
' Divine Services 11 A.M. 7:30 P. M.-EVening. Worship
School 9:45 A. M. :;' 17:30 P.l Tuesday-Prayer Meet- .
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Episcopal ChurchPahokee' 7:30 P. M. Friday T.,P. E.- .I.

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!L Wendell Hainlin' Vicar Mrs.:. O.' Shackfprd entertained -

SUNDAY: at the,city parkwith an outdoor ..
10 a. m.-Sunday School. party for her daughter, Aleda,.wl o nterts j
11 a.'m.- Worship Service. was celebrating her tenth birthday = 1
. anniversary:'''The hostess, was as- ?

Dr_ and<: .Mrs. L. W. Armstrong: sisted with the serving of refreshments -: '...... '\ .. '.j. .' '. .0 I .. t','

had a'guests Tuesday Mrs. Julia to 15 guests by,Miss ,Elizabeth'1umphreys : .. I, ''' .
Pinter'and children of Leesburg, and Miss Ann USE YOUR OWN ADJECTIVES to 'describe :
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lt".fi1( Corbett Area. : Is. Wreat: Making I I Wilkinson 50th- : I II SPECIAL RECOGNITIONSpecial 'I UNDERGOES. SURGERYMrs. I f 1
;. recognition was given Bill Shackford underwent
To Open November 19 I at the Everglades Memorial ,
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I I I I Hospital Saturday. She had as
soon be ready for distribution. ing at the table were Mrs. HaroldB. First Methodist Church Sunday to
i Hunting season on the 97,000 There'was a plant exchange among I Wilkinson Mrs. Simmons Wilkinson members of the .Pahokee I II visitors at the hospital the first of ..
junior
acre J. W. Corbett Wildlife Man- those attending Mrs. K. C. Wilkinson and ,the week her mother, Mrs. R. A.
.: agement Area will open November Hostesses the sandwich lunch- Mrs. Bill Shirley.Outoftown high Methodist Youth Fellowship; Chard; brother and sister-in-law,
'- :19th and close January 8th, .according eon at noon were Mrs. C. A. Ma- guests among the who attained records of perfect at- I.Mr. and Mrs. Warren Chard, and .
-.- to F. K. Jones, Hunt Director jor, Mrs. L W..Weeks Mrs. O. B. 125 persons attending were Mr. tendance during 195960.The group brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ant
: Game and Fresh Water McClure and Mrs. Friend. Guests; and Mrs. Lester Her, Mr. and Mrs., included Patti Blus, Jimmy Tyson, Mrs. Stewart Spooner, all of Fort
< Fish Commission.. were Mrs. Glenn Powell, Mrs.7.1 John Groff, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Willola Tyson Roger Simonson, I I Myers. The Spooners visited his
:.;".. The following is a,partial list of O. Moss, Mrs. Edgar Wilder, Mrs.I II Reeder, all of West Palm Beach; Mead Maxwell Wayne Hundleyand mother, Mrs. J. D. Spooner, also II -
Z.. the 1960-61 Hunt Regulations for J. P Halbrook Mrs. Ivan Van! Mr. and Mrs..Gordon Williams, Mr. Johnny Spencer. I I while here. .
:" the Jl; W. Corbett Wildlife Manage- I From Mrs. C. B. Sttingari and her i and Mrs. M. McCarthy and Mrs.

ment Area. A complete set of 1960- mother.It 1 W. A. Lovell, all of Miami; Mrs. '*++ I
61 Hunting Regulations can be obtained was announced there will be Nan'CUnningham and son, Wayne, 'i
r at the checking stations on no regular meeting in December, Nassau; B. L; Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
this area or at the Game and FreshWater the next meeting to be held at the Harden and sons Okeechobee; Mrs. THEATRES i
: Fish Commission Regional home of Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, Jan F. W. Cross, Jr., Mrs Lila Rushing, ,
'
f' + Office in West Palm Beach, Jones Dun- .
17. Miss Judy Farmer and Gene ;
: PRINCE ., LAKE DRIVE-IN
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,, said. -A can, all of Belle GladeRECUPERATING. I ,
: 1. Legal game' and bag limits: 4-H Council Plans- ... ... Pahokee V 'Pahokee-Belle' Glade Road ;:
[: Hunting seasons and bag limits are :. _
----L.: 'c -
ua for the Fourth District '.;' .
the same as - -
(continued from page 1) Mrs. Charles Dickson is the house -2 BIG FEATURES -
"
'- except hogs are legal game, with a
season's bag.limit of two (2) pet. quell; Southboro School; Mrs. guest of her i parents, Mr-and Mrs. SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY SUNDAY-MONDAY-TtJF.8DA li ,
ri hunter. Augustus Cromartie, Green Acres. Kenneth. Hitchcock, while recupe- NOVEMBER 20-21-22 "
a 2. A public.him ting area permit,. 5th and 6th Grade; Mrs.J. E. Skipper rating from a painful fall in which NOVEMBER 20-21-22 ''PII
;- in addition to the regular license ,Conniston 7th Grade Community -i she fractured, her left elbow. The D on't Eat
[ requirements, is necessary for any Club; Mrs. George.Wills, Military -i accident occured at the home of 'THE TIMEMACHINE" The Dasies"
L; person to hunt on.the J.W. Corbett I Trail Club, and, Mrs. Ola. B. her mother, when in a frantic effort -: i
"',: Wildlife Management Area. This i Coombs Honeycoombs Club, Mrs. to prevent her one-year-old DORIS. DAY ANDROD' .." \
,-, permit can be obtained from any A. R. Harrington Mrs. W. E. McCall -I son Steven,from pulling an iron by. TAYLOR, ALAN ,YOTJNG DAVID NIVEN I
county judge or his designated Canal Point 4-H Club; George its electric cord from the ironing AND ALSOYVETTE -
,. agents. King, and Mrs. Robert Stokes! board on to himself, ,she sUpped MIMIEUX "JOHNNY DARK" !
3. Guns and dogs are allowed South Bay'{-H Club, attended from II and fell, landing on her elbow. The ,

, only during the open season designated -, the Glades area. : child was not,hurt. fr.H"HHM"H"HH"H"K8iriiryixir I t J I t J t I : t t t t t : I t t .. I tIt 1 r t to+.' I'
'' .
;- for the area. I
f I 4 No fires, other than -
: camp ,
.. fires, shall be started. Persons I'1 '} t4tft.f\ttYI\1+tTI'tj r I'f\m7\Yf\t! +mm\'f\.f\tJ 1t7'\dtTI'tIY! ':ti7'\! t7'iI1+t'1i7'ttTI:4"'r'I''n''n.IT''mTI'timtjtrnr; : b7'rn''' 1TI'tmtY1\1t! "!tTII, ';Yl\1li1\1.JNyr..It

, starting woods fires or forest fires
are liable to prosecution. .
f 5. Dogs must have a collar with
1 .
name and address of owner at- & _
tached. Dogs that are found in the
" refuge or area running cows will .:iF.,{!, ? :.f .. !S ? l: r I j G
be picked up and impounded by I
.
Wildlife Officer's.
6. The use of rifles is prohibited. .
.
7. Camp structures must be re-
= moved from the area. within one GwDOPii'u'

day after the closing' of this managed .:.
: ,hunt. :
8. Parking of vehicles on grade.
roads Is prohibited. '
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Billy' McKinstry .
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w in his department,.on a temporary I SATURDAYNOV.26 :
basis.
I CitYAttorney Ralph O. Johnsonwas

asked to meet with the State ? ..
Internal Improvement: Board .in
Tallahassee in effort to the
an get

mediately board to turn State-owned over to,the land City which im- 3 .- 'Fine. Door Prizes 3 :

the board has promised the city I
for use as a'rock pit and garbage. I

. dump. You Don't Have To Be Present To Win-Just Come In And Register
. City Clerk Patrica Batchelor was
<* -

instructed of a to new advertise packer-type-"gar for the purchase Canal Point \ Under New I
Pharmacy
bage truck, bids to be opened at the ManagementWants
...
next meeting, -Nov.- -28. .t'" .. .. '; ,

Fisheating Creek .You To Come In And Get Acquainted. You. May Win A Prize ) .

Area To (Be Open
.

Hunting will-be allowed on the. MIXMASTER 2nd Prize 29
'
sbeating Creek Management $6' I
Area from November 19th.through CUTICURA

January 8th, according to F., K. FIRST PRIZE COMPLEXION KIT
Jones,Hunt Director, Game and ,
Fresh: Water Fish Commission.
Checking Stations on this area
will open at 8:00 a m. November '
18th and will close at 6:00 p. m. on Retail : 3rd Prize
January 9th. :: .49 .

A new checking S Uo ;ihas.been' .. .. .,, $25-95 CAMERA. CP 3. .
added to this area bringing a total Price "
,.
: WITH FLASH ,
of seven for the entire .area. The -
'
.. new.chceking station is located on t
State Road,No.,29, between'PalmI : '

dale Guns and ond LaBelle.dogs will be'allowed Balloons For The Children : Free Cokes

only during the open season desig- t -
nated for the Fisheating Creek .
Wildlife Management Area, except Many; Special Prices For Grand Opening ,
under special permit issued by an .
. authorized representative of this
Commission. WE HAVE SECURED SAMPLES GALORE TO'BE DISTRIBUTED OPENING DAY

Camping on this area will be permitted .
.. .
in the entire Fisheating -

Creek Wildlife Management Area I.
...' with the exception of,the area
south of the new State Road No.74
west of State Road No.29, and easto

: s;the d.-north LaBelle Road, Jones CANAL POINT PHARMACYr :

Jones concluded that, the use of
rifles is prohibited and td pleas
remember that this is your hunting
area do not burn pastures, molest

livestock and other or property.destroy timber. fences Melvin Paul-Owner-Registered Pharmacist ; :

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Mrs.: Lula Barfield returned Sunday PHONE 3921CANAL POINT, FLA. i
from a visit with Miss Bessie '
i ,
Sikes in Miami and relatives In .w.
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