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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: December 9, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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December9,1960 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN

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CIRCULATING' THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH.C.OUNT.Y

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Blue Devils Open 'Thanks 'Received,By I Chat Clark Named Pahokee Chamber(

Sorority Chapter Arkansas All-State a
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,.: The Xi Beta Tau chapter of Beta :A:FVa.t Chat Clark, of Mr. and Mrs. ,
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I Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. T. C. Clark' of Pahokee, .former \

f The Pahokee Senior High Blue Ralph Johnson Thursday .evening I PHS Blue Devil football and bask- The board of directors of the Fa-

Devils open their 1960-61 basketball December 1. The President Mrs etball star, for the second consecu- hokee Chamber of Commerce at
schedule Tuesday night .I>ec. W. O. Moss presided over the bUSi- tive year has been named on,the the December meeting in'the Civic "
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13, in a home game with the Sea- ness session.:' A letter of appreciation iVti. All-Star football team by 'the Building passed a resolution ,con-
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crest Seahawks. was read from the, Mental t Arkansas Intercollegiate Athletic demning the CBS television program -
f Coach William D. (Bill) Howard Health Association for the contri Conference. Chat plays end positionon "Harvest of Shame", tele- '.

hopes 13 will be his lucky number ''bution from the chapter. Membersof the offense" for Arkansas A&M: vised the night of Nov. 25, as a

J" this season as1' this is the number the sorority will assist with the where he is a member of the Junior one-sided picture of'the life of migrant -

-- of players he has out for the A children of the Royal Palm School Class. While playing football this workers unfair to growers and

F I team.-There arc only two returning throughout the year. Mrs. John fall he was also honored scholastically civic leaders who are constantly

lettermen in the squad. Denny Pad- Hatton presented the program when he was placed on the trying to improve and are improving -
gett and Guard Bucky Sanders. "}"Methods of Education" with the axayti,;M>y '#; Dean's List of outstanding studentsat the living conditions of this

f Contending with Sanders for guard group participating in.a. discussion\ A&M. He is married and has one class of drifting labor.It .

position are Ronnie Gamble and .on the subject. child. was voted to fully cooperatewith
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John Davis. Howard is grooming 411- the Belle Glade Chamber o$

f.. James Suggs, for center position Commerce and other civic groupsin
and letting-Padgett center'on lastyear's Robert Grafton Is Local Lions Make ,any and all movements made to

i team, play forward John counteract the wrong impressionmade
t'; Hundley and Claud Morgan are RONNIE HITCHCOCK $130 Turkey Shoot on the public by the telecastby
t also showing promise as forwards..* Speaker Elks CANAL POINT, FLA. presenting the other side of :ne '

t Others reporting for practice on : '--- story of the'
;; the A:team are Joey Ezell, Charles : "Most Valuable" On The Canal Point Lions. Club'netted I It was,,announced the chamberwill
Robert Grafton exalted ruler
past -
t Rewis, Ronnie Crosby Eddie approximately $130 from its again/thia) year serve as a.
of the West Palm Beach Elks I
; Crews, Lamar Williams and Billy :
the clearing''hbuse.inobtaining the
I f Lodge, was''guest speaker at the Thanksgiving: turkey shoot ,
b :Haxson., : annual memorial service, of Paho vCit del'Eleven money to be used in various public names of needy families to whom
> About 20:boys are out for the i will be'distributed
welfare. projects according to the I' Christmas gift baskets
Blue ,Devil B team which,is,being I kee BPOE Lodge 1638 held, in they report given at the weekly dinner by various\ charitable, or-
Elks Hall in of deceased -
; coached by Fred Smith. memory Cadet Ron Hitchcock, The Cita- A. Slon- .
meeting with President P. ,ganizations.Plans .
members of the A trio
lodge. : girls
Pahokee Blue Devil schedule del's Honorable All-South made send delegation
f- from the Pahokee HighSchool Glee Mention aker presiding. Following the club were to a -
follows:) w ern tackle, and who played his high meeting a Lions,zone meeting was to Clewiston on Jan."12 _to
. Dec. '13 '''Seacrest; HomeDec. Club, conjposed'ofSandra, ; Lamps, school football'' at Pahokee High ,held hi the .Community Building.I I participate in the.ceremonies dedicating -
Sue Brower and Martha Sellers,
.. 16 Forest Hill Away : SooI..was named'"Most Valuaole. Haynes Williams of Okeechobee,, this take Okeechobee levee ;
.wee-SO St;"Ann's Away, ';&anted twd'at* ber.Jann'-Phua-;accom Player" 'on-the. ,Cat d et:..team. ,zone,:chairman,presided.: Also, present as the ert.-HOover'Dike4Ex.* '- ..
'aIe piano by
." Jan. 3 ,Riviera.Beach Home: er. William E. Erickson ,exalted < Hitchcock was'awarded the honor 1 were B. Mostey, presidentof President.Hoover to be present at ... ....
., Jan. 6 Clewiston Home. and at an Informal dinner for the the Pahokee Club,'and Robert J. : ,the ceremony.. ,
ruler, his staff of officers con '
Jan. 10 Stuart Home team recently at The Citadel, The Schroder, secretary.Cattlemen f Following a road survey made
ducted the service. Robert O. Lam-
Jan. 13, Belle Glade Away of South Caro- .. the it voted
: Military College ,I by one of directors, was
r' Jan. 17 Lake Worth Away pi was in charge of program. ar lina. Gen. :Mark: W. Clark Presi- i i! to write County Commission Chairman -

r', Jan.. 20 Jupiter Away rangements. dent of the institution, was the To Hold .1 Paul ftardin asking the Com-

r: ,' Jan. 23 Ft.Pierce Away .. main speaker, and congratulatedthe mission's help In getting SRD to
': ''' Jan. 26 Seacrest Away team for the excellent record erect Pahokee 'road markers at
Jan.' 27 Naples Away Funeral Services Annual Meet Dec. 13 ''
'and the ,fine sportsmanship they s eve r a 1 highway intersections
:: ? Jan. 31 Forest Hill Home had displayed during the season. where they are now missing, suchas

_f Feb 3 St. Ann's Home Hitchcock called "Big Daddy".by at Holopaw, Yehaw, Okeechobee -
For Sam
."" to Feb. 4, Jupiter Home McKinstry the squad is a 21 year old 6-4 The Palm Beach Cattlemen's Association Military Trail at Lake Worth
Feb 7 Riviera Beach Away 235 Ib history major from Canal 1 will holds its annual and South Bay.

Feb. 10 Clewiston Away Me-. Point. He is a senior and closes out meeting at the Community Builds c i
Funeral services for Samuel
'. \ Feb. 14 Stuart Away his football career at The Citadel s ing in,Canal Point next Tuesday
Feb 17 Belle Glade'w Home Kinstry, Sr., 68, of Pahokee were in the Tangerine Bowl at Orlando,JI evening at seven o'clock. Remember Youth Center Has
at the First Churchin
Feb. 18 Ft. Pierce ,Home held Baptist Dec. 30. The Citadel faces Tehnessee -. the hour,and date-Dec. 13. at
f.L,. Feti.21: Lake Worth Home Pahokee Sunday at 2 p.m., with I Tech in the post-season tilt. 7 p. m. "
the Rev. Charles Crauswell-,-pastorof New Set Officials
F. ,b.: 24 Naples Home the Church of the Nazarene of-.' A, life-size golden football was This wU..be.a covered; .dish dinner '!I ,
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L meeting with ,the Association I
'' presented to 'Hitchcock, and all :I .
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ficiating.Mr. senior members of the team received furnishing the meat bread and !
; Bandages.Made For ''McKinstry passed' away at.I m nature footballs at.,the sup-- drink.Each family should bring ,a I The board, of directors; : of, .:Pa'
Good Samaritan \Hospital. West
vegetable salad or'dessert dish. i hokee Youth Center, Inc., at a
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Palm Beach, Thursday afternoon --_-- .-... There will 'be a short general i meeting in the .center'elected new !

.: .. Cancer., -.,. Patients weeks Dec. 1,resulting after an from illness a of heart several at meeting, election of officers for the :I officers, :Robert FIsher-president;

.:? tack. A native' of Belfast,' Ireland, Teams Told .. coming year, followed by enter will- I I James JC. UsBeV; Vice' :president;
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tainment. The entertainment, I
ic: '".t A day of helpfulness devoted, to he move ,with'his family to.Paho dancing. Mrs1.Jbtianna .TJllisC secretary;,and :
include
.,wI ;\=: the 'making bandage 'dressings kee from' ;.Homestead'in .1930, jHe In Suncoast Group: square Mrs. Doris-SasseF/tteasUrer..' '
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;p! :ll'; for cancer\ypatients"was; ,observed; 'was weU-known'in JhejGlades:area --' ......... .r_... .... .., ......- ..Jame.s..7hrelkeld. was?employed =
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>; 'bythewomenj ot thecommunltyln.: as a faraer'/vegetable haivest'cotractor n-- v TwO'lTUSICIaltS'GelAllState .- # -this'fall as>new dirkto 01.
'.I" .; \ ,the.fellowship! .hall,qf the Pahokee and a 'cont_ractor.m! concrete :At;a meeting school principalsand : I the center,"reported progress*is me -
"" .:.' "; First :Methodist: :Church where construction., He was the coaches of the Suncoast Conference ing made in getting the Youth- j

.' I 52 54,dozen dressings were made for builder of many of Pahokee's sidewalks at Clewiston Saturday, the HonorsTwo Center building on":'_,East Math
the American Cancer Society.. A member of Pahokee coaches selected the'first and second Street ready for'the.,start of regu- i

: This is the first of a 'series of BPOE Lodge 1638 and the Masonic All-Suncost football teams lar scheduled recreational' periods, :

:._ special days,of helpfulness that will Lodge he was a Shriner. for the 1960 season. No Pahokee musicians from the'Pah kee Crow that the,football/ ,seasOn is
be held during the season under the Survivors include his wife, Jennie Blue Devils players made the first High School Band, Sandra 'Lamps over. A vote.:Of,thanks was'tender-:

joint'sponsorship of,the Methodist ; two sons Samuel :McKinstry: team but End James Suggs was and Martha Sellers, have been selected ed E. S. Parnell* electrician; end

'JVoman'j.Socletyof, Christian Ser I Jr., and William E. (Billy) McKin.- named in the second all-conference as members the'AH-State! ;Russell Manson, carpenter for..

;: vice and the Baptist Woman's Missionary stry all of Pahokee; three ;daugn- eleven. Reading Clinic Band which will their work at the center. ,.; .
.Union. The next meeting ters Mrs. "June Rogers of Lake Vero 'Beach; charter 'member of play at the annual State Music The Pahokee City Council Is pay '
', will be also at the Methodist elow- Harbor, Mrs. Virginia Grossman the Suncoast Conference, which Clinic in Tampa next month. Miss lag part-of
ship hall on Jan. 4 from 9:30a.: m. of Fort Lauderdale. Mrs. Johanna played an independent outside of Lamps i. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. as youth center director.The Council -

/"to3Jp;m? ,with,'a sandwich luncheon TiHis of Pahokee; one brother any league. thte season flowing Robert O.. Lampi plays the; oboe;, has appointed Councilman Joe' -

at noon.All women' of the community and one' sister in Ireland;' and the re-organization of the Suncoast, and Miss Sellers daughter of Mr. E. Thompson chairman of a recreation '

,. whether or,not WSCS. or, 19 grandchildren. Conference last year made application and Mrs. Terry JO Sellers the committee that will serve as a.
WMU members, are urged to par, Active pallbearers were Elmer for re-entry into the Sun- French horn. The All-State Band liason group between the'Council '
' ticipale. Jones Carmen Salvatore, Louis coast. The application was tabled will be conducted by A. J. Kraus- and the Youth Center board of dl-n

'. Those helping: to.jmake, the 525 Gold Jack Spencer, Lloyd Hundley until the end-of-year meeting *n haar of the University of Miami, rectors.Two members of the board'
,t. dozen*dressings were Mrs Lloyd and Thadd, Whiddexu Honorary June.: when it will' be acted on. who will serve as clinician during I will be on the committee with

I.rr: Hundley,'M ,;Wi Reynolds,:Mrs. pallbearers included members of President Clyde Canipe 9f Riviera the4hree-day session of the clime, I I Councilman Thompson. ,' ,
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V ?l LulaBarfte* ,'Mrs,L. G.Alderman, the Pahokee TrHks Lodge, ,the Masonic Beach presided. -
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I :Mrs.T. XOeteen._Mrs.Don Collier, 'Lodge, Order of' Eastern Star d> i Visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.. R.

.&% Mr&, Thomas :;HIgnite, Mrs.: Ruby and the Kah1''r.eID' Shrine.Patrol' Miss Frances Campbell. former 'Mr. and Mrs. Wifeur. L. Brown, Chastain .in.anal Point this week
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,''' # Chan y, Mrs. ,:John Padgett, Mrs of:Miami. I Pahokee resident, visited, relativesand and Mr. and Mrs Norman Mc- are his,brother, Oscar Chastaia. .
I :t- .Billy Turbev e',''Jfes. CIa de' Pad-: Graveside. 'services at 'the Port 1 friends here while enroute' to Michel.were received as new'members and sister; Mrs.,Gibson, and B.t J.
V get:, Mrs. HaseliWftMfe.' Mrs. Joe Mayaca Cemetery were ,conducted the home of her parats Mr. lad of the Pahokee First. Methodist Berwick, all of Thomasville, Ga.;

;r., of Thompson, Yi&/Gvai.\W. and by .members of' BVq1. _';Lodge' Mrs.'Sheldon Campbell, to SarasotaJMwYGr'k' ,Church during, the merMaj, abo'another sister, Mrs.Ruth Mc- ,

1 .s; .Mrs. Wl1lbun ca-y. _13Y&4: '. ', ', ,i from City. worship, .,service. 8 Dd8y., '" ;,' : Curd 'of MiamiqI' \
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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Fl iday, December 9, 1900

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w air< and }.rrs. Clyde Griffles of i observed a week of prayer for for- I

I Calhoun, Ga., announce..the arrival eign missions with five special
1 I of a.new,daughter on Monday, De-* : programs at the church. The program -

1I I cember.'5. Mind Mrs. Stanton i theme was "His Peace for the

< I Chastain of Pahokee are the maternal Multitudes and each program

.I grandparents. II dwelt on a different aspect of the
The Pahokee Church -\ ::Mr.and Mrs. Donald 2accagniho theme. Those in charge of the program -'
The Church Of God Canal Point ;
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(Louise Hatton) ot Pahokee announce -' presentations were Mrs. J. L.
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Of The Nazarene Of Prophecy, Pahokee Baptist ChurchRev. the birth of a son, Donald i McCaJL, Mrs. S, A. Nail,.Mrs. Charles -

I ---- Louis Jr., at the Everglades Me : Maxson Mrs. J. D. Latham and .

71, Bacom Point. Road Canal Point Road 'Charles'D.: Stewart, Pastor" .j I I"'morialHosptal l. Dec 3. ,, .:.:;f. '. ;Mrs! R. T. Smith. At the close of I & "

.Charles F.. CrauswelL Pastor .. John H. Kinard pastor SUNDAY:. ,r ,. Mr. and Mrs. James Wade (Ev- each program offerings for the
a -Phone 7528 >P:O.-Box 862 10:00 a. Sunday'School I 945; &m-dayScbool_ elya.Bushing ot ,Pahokee.an- :Lottie Moon Fund were placed beneath -
SUNDAY: SERVICES I 11:00 a. m."" MorningWorship : a lighted tree. '
: ,. 11:00 Service I nounce thrth.c! a song Stephen
a. m.--Preaching'
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9:45 'a3undayScki1.. 6:30 p. m.-. Tfc&uclr Un1o ." Earl, at the. Everglades Memorial
11:00 a. in.--Sunday; Worsolp. 7:45 p.ml m.-Evange'Ustic .Service 7:30 p. m....;.Evehihg- Worship Hospital, Dec. ,2. '... At.. ; .... ... .. ,.;, ',
\ 6:30 Jixraor&, : 8:00 p. esday-Y..L..B.. WEDNESDAY:: Four Circles Meet
p. m.- : Mr and Mrs. James A. (Jimmy) .
8:00 W. M. B.
m. Thursday-
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7:00 p. ra,-- juadey} 'Ev&aiagEYaAfcefetic 7:30 p. .-Prayer. Meeting. Rozelle of El Segundo Calif., announce OnNextTuesday' .
Service. Everyone' welcome Special music .... -
and the birth of a daughter at ...
singing. ---- .
WEDNESDAY:' .. .... .w Christian Science a hospital there. Dec. 1. The Ro- Foui .
; circles of the Pahokee Baptist
7:30 -Midweek
m, Prater
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p. ; zelles ,also have two small
;:;. m !iag.'where + ij. The Methodist Church Group Of Canal Point Ronald and Thomas Mr. and sons Mrs. WMU will meet.Tuesday. The '
; Betty Mills Circle will meet at the
you are a stranger butS Frank
Canal Point Rozelle Sr., of Pahokee are
FloridaRobert
once". home of Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson Jr.,
---- The spiritual basis of true supply the paternal grandparents.. with Mrs. J. W. Brown, co-hostess

I A. Shelley, Pastor I and abundance will be ,set forthat .L- on. .- a.-.. -m.---" tl1A-- -T.J\ttfA......... -Vnnn-..-.. I"iwo'...............
First Methodist I SUNDAY: Christian Science services Sunday at the
Law OnHiringTeenagers home of Mrs. F. G. Gulls, 3
Specific
10:00 a. m.-Church School in the Lesson-Sermon on the
Church Pahokee p. m.; and the Faye Taylor Circle,
11:00 avm.-Morning Worship I subject *"God the Preserver cf
: at the home of Mrs.. C. E. Williams,
_6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship Man.
7 p. m. The Grace Jernigan Circlewill"
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Matthew's of Christ
7:30 p. m.-EvenIng Worship account
also meet in the evening at 7
SUNDAY;.. MONDAY: Jesus' feeding of the five thous- o'clock.
9:(5 a. m.-Church School 3:15.p. nu Youth Choir practice and men with five loaves and two BIRMINGHAM, ALA.-Employ-

11:00 a. .-Morning Worship TUESDAY: fishes (Chap. 14) will be includedin ers confronted by job-hunting

6:45 p. ,m.r. .-MYF ._ 8:00 p. m.-:Woman's Society the Scriptural selections.One teen-agers during the holiday sea- Exchange ProgramFor
... .' :45 p. m.-Evening Worship 1st Tuesday of the correlative:! passages son must be sure that the work and

TUESDAY: ., 2nd MONDAY:', from "Science1' and I alth with the hours they are assigned conform Norway Students

7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir pracWEDNESDAY .7:80 p. m.-Esther Class meeting Key to the .Scriptures" by Mary with requirements of the Fair -
t4ce WEDNESDAY: Baker Eddy states (206:15): "In Labor Standards Act Sterling B. MIAMI-The arrival of a Nor-

: 7:30 p. in.. -Prayer :Meeting the scientific relation of God to Williams, regional director the wegian marine biologist In the
7l5 p. m.- Mid-week devotions man, we find that whatever blesses U. S. Labor Department's Wage United States recently marked the

J5:36 p..m.-Senior' Choir practlot Si. Mars Catholic one blesses all, as Jesus showed and.Hour and Public'Contracts Divisions I beginning 'of an international: exchange -

-' with the loaves and the fishes,- pointed out here today! I t program fpr jnarine scientists -

,... _i _. '_ 'rich I Spirit not matter, being the source "Federal Jaw .permits boys and i I of the U S. and the Scandinavians
Canal Pon.J4 of supply." girls as ,young as 14 :to work as I to study marine, organisms
From.James (1:17) sales clerks and office employees in of: the.warm Florida seas. ,. -
Father Francis Fennech Pastor fhelollowingwBl
: Bi p1 st"CH'itt 1 be read "Every g6od business places, engaged in ,commerce 'I Selected as the firstNordic
Sunday :Mass: -JL1:80:: a. m.Confessions ,. :; .,gift;. aDd .
; r. I 'f American Scientific
pr n,the prjjciu'ctioh rgo6ds 'I Exchange: Fel;
.. before Mass. every perfect gift is from above .
:, rider R.EL Bartielii 'm 9 .i and cometh down from the Father for commerce". Williams skid. ,louse; Dr Frederik'Beyer from the

}.! SDI. .Y.. i.>*>/ I11:00 'j.,. __ First Baptist of lights, with. (whom is no vari- Such work by 4- nd"lS: year University of Oslo, Norway Edu-
': L; m.,, ableness, neither shadow of tU1"J1lng. olds is not permitted at any time cated in England, Dr...Beyer Is 'the-
\:\ a.;" m.' -:Morning' r Worship"'''h' Church Pahokee ." I 4iat schools.in. 'the area are in session -I i inventor of a special thYrSeIuI I6
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;". 7:00 P..m. B...T C. 'S -- On these aaya, working time .net used with success to obtain
R ( 8.iOOP.tventng; Worship- SUNDAY 'SERVICES: Billy tSraMni Will} I miis: \ be limited to three )hours ,>erI l'r I 1"O specimens of deep-sea 'fl ha..
WED13DESDAX: 9ri5 a. -r-Qundiy School : I day and 18 hours per week. When I Two scientists or graduate stu

1 ::o0 a. nu -Morning: .Jt?orshlp. Conduct Miami Meet I schools_close for vacation, the boys dents will be selected each year .
Prayerd :6:45 p.t1 .-TrsJnfng Union and girls may work as much as from 'candidates In Finland, Nor I

) 8:00 p, m..-Evening Worship MINNEAPOLIS MINN. -.err eight hours per, day or 40 hours perwash way, Denmark and Sweden+ to<.
, 7:30'p. m.-Ladles AuziliaryMeeting. WEDNESDAY:, this city, some 1500 miles from Mi- if the work is scheduled between -' spend six months at the University

8:00 p. 'ri .-Prayer. Meeting. ami as the. sow obsolete crow flies, '7 a, m. and 7 i p. m. of Miami Marine Laboratory. They
'. .. and farther 'the "Since 16 is the conduct research take ,
.,.', -" VSfc i even along air .years minimum may courses
> :: lanes, a group of.men and women age for general employment under I and visit neighboring Caribbean
Church Of God
Peter's LutheranChurch are praying for'the people of Flor- the Act, a wider range.of jobs i marine laboratories.

Belle Glade Barf yield Highway ,. ida, permanent rseidents and viSit- is open for older teen-agers", Williams -!t Similarly, two Americans* will
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,... .. added. Employers also must study aboard spending six months
ors.Other .
.;./August.lho rbe jPastor., 19:45 A..M.-1rnday; School ? men and women around I guard ,against assigning persons Ii at one laboratory or devoting the' -
.GO!,W. Lake: Rd..;BeUe Glade 11:07) 'A.-Monairig Worship the world are:playing also in preparation I under 8.years to .any of the 15occupations time to: a tour of Scandinavian marine
r : 7:00 P. M. L., W. W. Bl (Pars for the Billy Graham now listed as hazardous research facilities. Primary
surmA.'Yr I
r' .. r sonage Greater Miami Crusade, the 'first by the Labor Department. consideration is given American
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Servlcea.; 7:30 J:-'. iL Evening Woreblp.r to be set up on a statewide. basis. These m lude- working as &n operator ..
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7:30 P. li.Tuesday-Prayer Meek But the group here, most of whose or helper on any motor ve-
members never ;Ji .ve' seen the hicle and operating an elevator or tropical climates.

1 7SO: P.'' M Fflday-OhSldren'a southern state, has a special. inter- certain power-driven machinery. I I IJ.

( sp';tft-di! f. Clhur.3r 4a. ? est apd a faith which give specialemphasis ,In any case where State. and Federal .... I);".:., ./ <.
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Ep 7:30 P.M. It*Tlday.-Y.: .E. to its 'prayers. child-labor 'iawX.differ, Williams i G CROSBYS BACK HOME E ___ '
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For tSis said that :
.. group.is composed of ,, employers are require -
ti "".4 --- upr t r'tJii: P Ak Ii. rurn.ed to their horse iq P glte
s some -150 members of the fctaff of ) .to.pbse.rye.the higher stand.: :
M..Weacle'R'&I": ., Yloar Bob ej new :Glades district after staying with thelr.soninlawand
. the Billy Graham Evangelistic Associatfon ards. Employers and parents. ire
5WWT, -ni\ :3t'titr' manager f of trio Southern Bell TeL ; with tiwd-"off ices! at 1300 invited,to 'obtain further information -I' %*1T .W daughter t ,Mr.W and fc *&Mrs.? tAl Robert'fUtirf.yW .
'f' 1 i.o.-'a.DL: ', and Tel. Uo; aa'gpest'speaker attbeZ'uesdaylnnchiau Harmon Place.. 'These Inca and from, th*;, WageHqug .D yisloci's .i .t'tW1t ittelIi.tisle1i&fic; 1 ( ; ,

11 ".-.m.- --:- #' p"'ifIr1Ii" ...< .e ; ,ineetfagoftba women, like the evangelist himself; : -r. gjonaV'officeat, .,140J South20th I .
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dt&oJ hio: ub1ie; w a'Ini believe that despite all the warm- Street, Birminghara, Ala.,jor iirni e. ? fmth,
'ii_ i b. -! l"ir"Db Wft as ', Ie& of Jrida.there.p.ri from the,lleld.pike at.4200 S. W. Mr. a4 la, ..... rJa::;, '
I lIt t 'P .IIJ,9i.. ( ..-:. thou p;.t1.hi ; t First Street, #lami'Fla.iBrYh ,' I their golden..weddinjr,anniversary '
.. l- J 11\-'K t reCATTLEMEN who .. .. .. '- at an open house at the Allen home .
are uahappy, worried, uncertain : .
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personal commitment to the Lord rAFarris S .-r Gov ern I! id'f{j{e Baptist IOp JD.11 dce AsSocia.tibnJil #

.1 Jesus Christ. ,' Bryant; flew ,fi'otn I \ "MT iheetinr at the First -

... Ocala_,to the state capitol recently Baptist, Char In vet Paim
to;pose for:: .a series of pictures with Beach this Week.were'M and Mra. .
Busters
Sod Learn. members of.the new state cabinet. M, P. Stanley4 :Mr. and Mrs. K. E.

+ f To Make:, DecorationsThe ,B.. R...Fuller, ,Jr, director of the Hood, '> irs. Charles Angel, Mrs. :
State ,Development. Commission Mary Hammond, Mrs. J!; B. Gamble -

.f'- making of Christnias. -,decorative said the pictures would be used m W. O. Moss.and. Mitchell Kirk.

{ '.-uH' -.. !' .. arrangements. deiaonj promotional campaigns to attract -
wMm rAlifo oPnATE.. :BY M08L'1HANQ strated at the December meetingof new:Jndustry i _to,Florida. kNT,. .i'N CHOIR. .,
1M i"LoBIri the Sod .Busters Garden Circleat Posing with Bryant, in some at Mr. and Mrs. O. D. ,Carpenter '4"ent

, ;'. .<>1.. L_ the home of Mrs.,Hugh Branch, the pictures was WendaU Jarrard, rta1ned/'tn mbe .oif .the Chancel '.4
< 1 WE WOHKFQR.THE' BBBT'MABKET INTERESTS! .01' with the -president,, Mrs. Edgar Pensacola, one<< of Bryant's 'key Choir of' the Pahokee ''First '

(xN8IONOB.S 'AT ALL TDUs- Wilder,. presiding. -,Arrangements campaign workers ,who is accompanying Methodist? Church at their home,on

"'- '-.... t _... .. s. .,.. \ YASTI which,had been made by,members the governor-elect on a East Main following the practice ,]
. 'WZ ADVERTISE FOB pOMis'E.BUYBK; and brought to the meeting for display Latin American trip. Presence of session at the church. The hosts

.<_' jr;; CIPAT1DA11jD'MAIlr'TAIN;OPEN CXHiPSRITTVECONFIDENCE were exchanged among-,those Jarrard in the picture gave rise to were assisted by Mrs. 'Carpenter's
A':."1',:: pIAEKE- u.'alilAR.Wi:------"!:' ALL BUYBBSBUY. wrr'Hw attending. Mrs.W. O. Moss'reported speculation that he may be slated sisters Mrs. Duncan Padgett. .
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< r : on' John DowHng's ,demonstration for:: a,key position during Bryant's I
f = r I of Christmas_ arrangements administration., Tuberculosis has been known as* i a

Glades Livestock Market Ass} which she attended at the Flagler. Also;posing with Bryant--for pictures a major disease of mankind as far' J)
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Museum in PalrrrBeacb.GTMAS were Secretary of State-elect back as recorded.. history goes.
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t',... .'_.' r' .... ON. .PABKmEEBBttUSPHONE ............ : ._ '_ { L&Diio L : BANQUET -elect, Doyle Conner of State Agriculture Mrs. Leila Davis has as a house ., I

"i WY 8-J118 GBOJtQB YOUNG-MANAGER The Omicron CAapter,of the SIgma School Supt..Thomas B&iley, and guest this month her son Burrelf. }

.; __-4 _. .4. Eta Society of Fine. Arts will Ray.Green,-State Comptroller. Davis of Washington D. C.. "' .
I; S -SALES EVERV MONDAY: 1p; :'m.t hold its annual_ Christmas banquet ,Bryaot.pkuw to vteit JPanama, -- t- ,.
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kI ', ?: J'li tour- The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, December 9, I960


:: 4-H Clubbers Meet Gifts For Mental--- Fifth Graders To 1


rf ,"t PERSONAL NEWS NOTES Canal Point MBM... -Dec.. 1 Patients PreparedGifts Present Program- J


The Canal Point 4-H Club met in for the patients at State I Mrs. Alma Burr's first grade pu-

the school auditorium on Dec. 1. Mental Health Hospitals were at the Canal Point School
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f. R. L. (Sam)' ,Chastain of Palm Roger Watson has returned to Miss Lo Pinto showed some ideas I brought by members of the Xi Alph :: present a program of Christmas

f. i ., Beach was a visitor in Canal L Point. Hunter Air Force Base, Savannan, for decorating Christmas, trees' Mu Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority carols at the December meeting of
;;. .... Jyfonday.f. Ga. where he is stationed by the Lodus Gray and Stephanie Gingery to 'the chapter meeting at the Canal Point Garden Club to lie
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.' \ I USAF, after a visit with his parents gave a demonstration for a the. home of Mrs. Donna Plumer held at the home of Mrs. Glenn
r: < f and Mrs. H. .J. Anderson Mr. and Mrs.. E. C. Watson in Snack Milk Drink. .with the president MrS.Joan Tucker Powell Thursday at 3 p. m. Members ,
** have as house; guests Mr.And Mrt. Pahokee.Mr. I I Songs and Christmas games presiding. Mrs. Catherine Kennedy will bring to the meeting I

,.. George Peterson of Winter Park. were led by Nancy Harrington. is in charge of delivering the Christmas decorative arrangements
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and Mrs. Chester A. Batch-I
:,t .,.;.', Vance Denton, Pahokee High elor were visitors in Atlanta, Ga. ,Recreation Chairmen, Josephine : gifts. for display and study. There will bea
attended |Young and Sharon Johnson." The The' group voted to have ltaanI gift exchange* ,
counselor -, :
School guidance
A: week.
:.. the workshop and convention of this leaders present were: Mrs. Bitting I nual Christmas party the home I II .. w
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K deans and student counselors at I I Joe Usher, Jr., son of Mrt and Mrs. Harrington and Miss Lo I j I of Mrs. Kennedy on Dec.; 22, startling -( Eastern Star
Groups .,
the Hillsboro; Hotel in Tampa. I Mrs. Joe Usher, Sr., of Pahokee Pinto. I I at 8 p. m. On the program Mrs. ,
T; was' recently graduated from the i i t Helen Jean Boynton reviewed the i To Meet On Dec. 15 >

;. R.: M. (Mike) Sanders is a patient -I Chief Petty Officer Leadership BIRTHDAY PARTY Ii history of Christmas carols, foljow-'

{ at Good Samaritan Hospital School at the Naval Air Technical 'I ing which carols were sung with I Pahokee Chapter 184 and Belle .

'. -: : in West Palm Beach. this week. Training Unit, Naval Air Station, Lila Gore's classmates in the Mrs. Barbara Branch. at the piano. Glade Chapter 197, Order of East-
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.. children Pensacola.Mrs... em Star will meet jointly at the
... 1 :Mrs. Slbyle Keyrarand : Tnpntflrv School helped her r. V.-
: ; of Miami visited her parents, Mr. I Violet White of Savannah. J; iheih.b rlhd anniversary -' 'New Officers For I Masonic Hall in Belle Glade Thurs-

; and Mrs R. W. Sanders, in Paho- Ga.[ is the house guest here of her following lunch hour at the Ladies Of The Elks day night Dec. 15, to honor Mrs. ,
Frances
Gray of Jacksonville
: .. kee,over the weekend., < brother-In-law and sister., Mr. and school Wednesday. Liia's "ino f.1..r,. ;
r worthy grand matron of the Florida
Mr. and Mrs.Gene Gore and Mrs. Frank Friend. Mrs. Gene Gore, presented each. of Ladies of Pahokee Elks, known OES Grand Chapter, as she .

>. family were visitors in Miami Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sanford were the children with a small cake Aped -I as the "Lopes", at the regular pays an official visit to both chap-

day. visitors in ,Avon Park ,over the with a miniature flag in observance meeting In the Elks Club installedas ters. The meeting will be precededby

,. weekend. of= Pearl Harbor. Day. new officers Mrs. Norma Ald- a banquet in comppliment to
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ridge, president; Mrs. Dorothy Hillier Mrs. Gray.BIRTHDAY.
.a Iowa; is spending ,this month In '- *Mrs. Helen Schroder is the guestof 1 WEDDING ANNIVERSARYMr. vice president; Mrs. Laura ... .,-

'., Florida visiting her husband's parents Mrs. Marty Carstens In West Hatton, secretary; Mrs. Violet PARTY
'''' Mr..and Mrs.'C. A. Stuckey Palm Beach this week. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson at- Hitchcock, treasurer; and Mrs. Mrs. Glenn Brower entertainedat
in Pahokee and other relatives in tended house at the homeof
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open I :Marion Bleech, parliamentarian.
her home with for her
a party
Palm Beach.. Mrs. Ernest Maxwell, presidentof
Pierce and West
.Fort
the Pahokee Methodist Wom- Mr. and Mrs. Cuno Karlberg in L. J. Fraser, past exalted ruler of daughter, Miss Sue Brower, who

", .s Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain an's Society of Christian Service, West Palm Beach the occasion be- the Pahokee Elks and past vice was celebrating her sixteenth birth-

\ have returned home from a two- and Mrs. Ralph Johnson, vice president ing the Karlbergs' 25th wedding president of the Florida Elks Association day anniversary. The "house of .

week visit with relatives in Geor- plan to attend the WSCS anding anniversary. The honorees was installing. .. officer. mystery" motif was used by the

':".gia. Spiritual Retreat to Palm Beach received a silver tray from the hostess in the decorative arrange
." ,this weekend. The Retreat ends Danish Brotherhood and a money More than 50,000 Americans will ments. She was assisted with the ,
I ..: Mr. and :Mrs. Paul'Riddlo, former with a sunrise service Sunday tree bearing $25 from guests at- come- down with active tuberculosis entertaining by Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Pahokee residents now living in tending. in 1961. Maloy.
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'" Delray Beach, were_guests of Mr. morning \ I (

y .. and Mrs. ,John Rogers in Pahokee .
Mr. and Mrs. George Gann of -- I. ---- ,
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Sunday and while here attended Canal Point are visiting her parents 0 t ; N

the ,unveiling ceremony for the Mr. and ,Mrs. Gus Keen, in -F ., '. '1- :
Dr. R. A. Guy Memorial Window Hialeah this,week. %
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Mrs. C. I,.Stuart Is visiting relatives Nic'to' :\.Nice 't
;. Mrs. C. C. Lemonds had arrived and. friends'to Alabama. this give.: .to get :

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husband at their home here for. .the... ,
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Myers after.spending the weekend r: .;, :!.. : I, .:
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The visitors'Rev. and Mrs.: T. C;,.OStein Iii:Canal Point with his son-In-law : ., / I .: ", ',
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daughter Mr. and Mrs. ElmerMaxson ;;;: :
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Mrs. J. B. Elliott has returned tot .
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Bennie Allen, and other relatives In In Pennsylvania this week.. .... ... S l,.' .
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The Stuckeys also had as. recent
In Palm Beach Co.
guests her mother, Mrs. Ellen Dur- rr

rance, of LaBelle, and her brother,
Powell Summerall, of Vero Beach. Thomas E. Penick, Chairman of l I

District: 10 Welfare Board of the '. ..' .
;Mrs. James Miller visited nor State Department of Public Welfare -

daughter, Mrs. Lou Lombard, and reported that.to Palm Beach "

family in Miami this week. County 4,854 j>ersons were assisted i

Wendell Harris, who is engaged ,in,the four categories of public assistance w

in' business for the month of Novem- ..
at Plymouth, Fla., : : stR
spent several days with his wife ber.A
and daughters in Pahokee this total.of; 1,737 persons' received j
"week. T d' Old Age Assistance in the amount
;4 'of: $88,358.00. persons ''reCeived

;. Christmas Seals aid the 'fight Aid:to the Blind, totaling $5,216.00. a;,, r

.'". against TB. Use them oa'vall'your 747 families; representing. 2,210

holiday mail.Classified- .children;. received Aid to Dependent -

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\ .li.4'h-.udO OP Alii KDiBS.: -IfTu Palm Beach County is also rep- comfort beside Dad'sfavorite chair...atep- avin, convenience inMom's "
resented on the District 10 Welfare
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Board b'y the Rev.,Paul M. risen, or room
S %edf, statements, bill heads, hand '"
Mrs. Helen R. Tedder, Mrs. HelenD. !
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Ttee Just step to the: phone and call Woodward West Palm Beach, Lucky you when you ask Santa for a couple for yourself.. 'r

The' ,Everglades News at Canal and Mrs. Doris. Sasser- ,. Pahokee. I : : for your kitchen, bedroom, bath or teenager's room. .=

Point, No 1661; We,are experts'IBproducing' '.''
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excellent printing and ( Extension phones are easy shopping, too. Just order now. <;;'. -. .

our prices, are in line with out of Mrs. C. M. Todd and Mrs. R. F: .and have charged to your telephone bilL You can cross ever .Ji .:
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Grades for.printing t ustne e.Please Hurt were received as new members : =.. so many names off your gift iist with just one call to our _} :J. .
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SALE: Three 7:06x15 Army house with Mrs.B. R.:Mosley, pres- lt v vL. "
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... Page Tws The Everglades News, ,Canal Point. Florida' Friday December 9,1960
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Final Fall Study I party.Sears prior to>the 'start 'of the t Christmas Party -

3y' Mission Group Mrs. Robert Shelley presentedthe i At Metb dist Church

; "The True Meaningof i .
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i The final fall mission book study a Spiritual- Christmas." At one I The annual Christmas program .
session of the Canal Point Meth- side of the candlelight worship I at the Canal Point Methodist Church -
center was a single candle, Bible I complete with decorated tree ,
: odist Woman's Society of Christian -
and cross and at the other side, a Santa Claus and treats fot. the .
__ Service'will be conducted during i Nativity scene making an impres-I children will be held the eveningof
r the regular prayer service tbeBisbfc I:I sive setting for the worship service, Dec. 18.
> gl Pjgfc, It accpxdin&ta plans.'tn keeping! wjtix the. programtheme. The Rev. Robert Shelley general
rL. announced at the December meet- chairman charge,will be assistedby
L. ing of the WSCS 'neld at the chur- W. E. Johnson, Mrs. W. E.
ch with Mrs. W. E. Blackwell, pres- BARBECUE AT BEACH Blackwell and Mrs. Elmer Maxson.
ident, presiding. Mrs. E. F. Hollpn, M&ttbers of Mrs. Inez Reeves' Mrs. J. P. Parker, Mrs. Boyd Vor-

t The Rardin Building In Canal Point Florida secretary of children's work, announced Young? Adults Class at the Pahokcc hees and members of the Interme-
; another special:,book study Methodist 'Church School enjoyed I diate Suhday'ScKool class will decorate -

THE LAKE OKEEGHOBEE REGION HOME OFt for the children of the church' 'vfill aST outdoor party and barbecue at I Uie' tree itrs. C. L. Stuart and
t; be hefd in:January the Boy 'Seoul Beach and picnic members of her Young Adults Class

Mrs James Miller reported net grounds on the Lake front. Melvin will prepare and package the
t : THE EYEP14DES IffiWS. proceeds of $60'from a recent rum- Spooner and his committee' were in[Christmas;"treats.

the Lake Okeeciiobee'Farming Region WithoutInterrupUon'Every mage sale- which} increases thespecial charge of the barbecue. Another' I ---' .
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? fund WSCS 1s raising topurchdse.'new party wag planned*tor: Jan.: 23. BRIDGE .
dears PftnTI
Week for)lore Than :SO x -'
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= furniture. 'for. the Mrs. Helen Shroder entertained i
.. Established. : March }1,1924 -', Pgblished.Eyeiy Friday parsonage to $345. AT- LAUDERDALE MEET' with a bridge party honoring ler

; '. Subscription, Price i ?2.00vYear; In ,Advance' Plans for a Christmas party for Those frpm this area who attended -J dinner guests, Miss Debbie Parrish
the'"women of the church were announced =the district conference of Mrs. Martie Carstens, Mrs. Fern
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office
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by Mrs. H. H. Sears. The Methodist Churches at the Christ I Frank and daughter, Bobbie Jo, of
o' In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class :Matter party, sponsored by the Women's Church in Fort Lauderdale this,West Palm Beach. I ,

Paul Rardin .' .. Owner, Editor, Publisher I Sunday School Class,will be held in week were the Rev. and Mrs. T. C.I "
the Sunday school building the O'Steen, ,Mrs. John' Rogers and 0. :Mr. and Mrs. HugQ Boe were
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Ii :. Mrs. Jimmy Moore'' Special MeetingsBy nigh of Dec. 19/with' Mrs. ElmerMaxson B. .McClure of 'Pahokee; '.and-1"the hosts to members of the Vesper
Mrs C. L.: Livingston and Rev,';:Robert Shelley, A., R. Harrington Choir following the evening service I
rt Honored. At Shower 'Mi$sionqry Union Mrs.. Miller, 'hostesses. A worship and Walter Kautz. of Canal Yit the Pahokee First:Methodist '

Y ..... _. .' program will,be :presented: by Mrs. Point. / Church Sunday.

; Mrs. Jimmy Moore, president of 'TheVom n's Missionary Unionof _._ ___ ___
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Sigma Phi Sorority, was complimented held special meetings at the chur- "\ ,tnYltn"n,.trn,,tn1'trn' ,tnctn,I'rltf:,, ";I\t!+nc me Inc vv.r! I\'TI'lt ';I\tI'f\1It iY/\fl"'l\11y/\yirll

\ with a surprise baby shower ch from Nov. 28 through Dec. 2 in, ;
by members of the chapter following -i observance of the week of prayer I ,(,-.
r., the meeting at the home of i for foreign missions. The theme for I .

Mrs. J. -V. Thomas, Jr., with Mrs. ''I the week was, "His Peace for the I II I
t>' Frank Gillis, hostess. The traditional I Multitudes-''*' I

I, pink, ,and blue motif was I The regular monthly meeting of 1 I lo' "

ti.+ used ip the decoratons. The honoree I the Canal Point Baptist WMU and..! :Phone 511 PahoW Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade _
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r' was :presented with a. corsage the first special meeting for missions .
secret*Stster;and was combined on'Nov.28 'with
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..; IQvely gifts were opened and dis-I I the lone Patterson Circle of. the SALES and SERVICE
played. ,WMU In charge of the.program;
Atithe business session the group Mrs. J. L. ,McCall presented the Heating Air Conditioning -- Appliances jl j ji jr

voted to have the Christmas meeting I[program "Seeing! the Multitudes, LJ I,1
and party at the home of Mrs., Hungry", Nov.r29, }Mrs. 'S:'A. Nail av "- i __\-V VAVA\L )

'William Hatton, Dec. 16, gifts to presented "the program: "Seeingthe J. ., ..J ---- yrft..>t1" ,::U 9"- \ ';pf. Hi "" f>' ; 1 ,
" be exchanged by members and.their Multitudes---.Disea.sed' .'. J. -. ''''::- ':f} .. ':l '
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vice president, announced Ritual: of, the regular prayer service, ,the j : '
I of Jewels degree work will be oh Hannah Scoggin-Annle Jones cir- T ;

."J" Jan.5. ?' ? I ce ,presented "Seeing: .the Multitudes : Care enough.BETTER :
: the' Afrard"'under'Ihe leadershipofMrs.
a I Mrs. Julian Branch presented. I \ .
.r program, entitled "How Is, Your Charles Maxson. Mrs.'J. D. F .
( Conservation?" Latham presented "Seeing the I ,

Multitudes without a Shepherd" on '. IV ; ELECTrtlCALLY S ,
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e', Cherub Choir Sings Thursday, Dec, 1 and Mrs.. R. T, .: '
Smith'was in' charge of, fthe, last :Thin Christmas be a thoughtful gjvtr. Choose mpd: !rn' qlfte for MCXIena ", '
,, Christmas Carols program of the week on Friday, ?
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; :' Dec. 2 "Seelng'the'Jrlul with .. -UUT3.. v i&iSiiy ,iw4a A v *# ,
:- .. The Cherub Choir of,the Pahokee" comp .sst n.*'* ;-" ': 'thing* that'vyords cannot ntQ. It keeps on 'giving ,all' through the y. *.

First Methodist Church, under the r Fpr.each, program: prayer promises j""'There: are marvetoue selections In all prices and 'for'every' age and'ink
' direction of Mrs. Lester Hatton and 'for:meditation'were",used,, and I I > ,'%*.. *r*.. -
;. accompanied at the piano by Wayne at the close of each meeting} the I r' ,
Hundley sang several carols ,at, special offerings' were placed oe- .
the December meeting of the Wom- neath a lighted Christmas tree \ .'i : al '
an's Society of Christian Service trimmed with Lottie Moon Enve- : 4' .
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for the Christmas program.
Mrs. Barbara Branch,'vocal soloist,, Canal rater S' '
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also sang a carol, accompanied by' I I r.-F 'H'
Miss, Alice Hurt. Mrs. Ruth Snyder, music director '
A madonna and child, tree and at'the',Canal 'Point School, pre- .
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,F other Yuletide decorations ''were sented the children:of the SchoolIn ,.. h
used to depict the Christmas themeat : a :program*bf"Christmas.'music .. ,
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the worship center. Mrs. Friend at the pecemberjmeeting' 'of.;"the > ,' .
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spoke on "Ways of Putting, ChristBack Canal Point i Paren&Teacher 'Asso .

: Into Christmas." ciatioz,4heldfin>!he school Mrs. Ernest Maxwell, president, turn with the, president, 'Miss.,JOe ,,. ,:;.
presided at the business' session following Cher} Tr..; rending)Floyd'E'ric'k- .4: ar
the program. .f'-k. ,:fW ':< sori;; rogr rr- "chairman, JwasJt':>r"rchatgset 'L
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was won by iffk. Ruth Stewart's....' ,kii "
'Biiilding'Belle' Glade Third Grade Roonx. a e!% w ; -i: : tfV. *
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31 work is underway on, a new flag. ,ceremony, #..'and'devotionals-. __ LYISf .
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427ifcOO.OO addition to the Southern t. 4 -. :L I :iIfi : .

BeUjTelephone building- at 108 S. Business.Wox1enf S- : f. +
Avenue "C" in Belle Glade. l IT *>

; The nw addition will make room Plan*GJi.} Exchange, I YOIPt. t .I'.

for dialing equipment necessary to ,. mcTRrn sAPpuM t1EAIIRt ( -. .
meet the demands for new servicein Members of the Pahokee' Business (
the community., Bob Lee Manager and Professional Women's I O BLENDER O FOOD SUCER O MEAT GRINDER
for Southern Bell said the new Club/at a business meeting ,at the I O BOTTLE WARMER a HAIR DRYER 0 POWER TOOLSD ....
D BROILER a HEATING PAD RADIO ,
, space is scheduled to be occupied home of Mrs. Allie Okie made plans a CAN OPENER 0 HOTPLATE 0 RECORD PLAYER .
January 28, 1961. for a Christmas social and gift exchange I. D CLOCKS E3 ICE CRUSHER D ROTISSERIED r
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::Lee said the construction is another to be held at Mrs. Okie's a COFFEE GRINDER a ICE CREAM FREEZER SANDWICH GRILL -
I O COFFEE MAKER O STEAM-DRY IRON 0 SAUCEPAN
b step in Southern Bells program home the night of Dec. 20. Hostesses '
D CORN POPPER D JUICE EXTRACTOR 0 SHAVER
to expand service in Belle will be Miss Ellen Morgan D DEEP FAT FRYER 0 KNIFE SHARPENER a TOASTER ,
Glade. South Bay and the Surrounding Miss Barbara Myatt, JMrs. Fern 0 FOOD MIXER a D MASSA6ER/Y18RATOR D WAFFLE IRON' .
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area.FLOWER ... Frank and Mrs. Okie. I D and for that Special GifV'JILI-ELECTRIC KITCHEN ,
At the meeting members I '.
ARRANGEMENTSAmong uted to a cash fund,which contrib-I :' free bookletTreasury 01 I
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: those who attended the will send as Christmas gift to' the .* of Christmas Ideas w3I lighten I!
_ demonstration of Christmas flowerarrangements girls at the Industrial School for your work end brighten your holiday.Free at .' _, :
given by John Dowl- Girls Oc3.Ia. with Miss Patsy Batch- electrical 1 appliance dealers. ,. ".
t. ing at the Flagler Museum in Palm ,elor in charge of arrangements. ,;
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Beach on Dec.1 were Mrs. Frank '
:t Friend Mrs. H. M.MCIntosh, Mrs. Mrs.. J. L. McCall will presentthe
Lloyd Hundley, Mrs. C. L. Shirley program at the: December t '
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Epstein Mrs Robert Apelgren, Canal Point WMS. at the homeof
., 'Mrs George:Tucker. Jr. Krs..W. Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux Monday at HELPING BUILD FLORIDA .

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"' Page Eight' The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, December 9, 1960
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r<;" MISS" SIMS TO BE MARRIED. IN JANUARY Elliott-Masonic Girl Scouts Plan I Bob Henderson. Given 'I f

( Plans Announced Decroation ContestFinal Surprise PartyA 1


: Mr. and Mrs. William Edward plans for- the Girl Scout I'' group of relatives and friends: I

Masonic of South Bay announce I Christmas decorations contest' gathered at the home of Mr. and 1.
were announced at the December i Mrs. R. R. (Bob) Henderson to help
the engagement_ and approaching I meeting of the Girl Scout Cypress I him celebrate his birthday at a s1.l'J J

marriage of their daughter, Barbara Neighborhood Association at the I prise dinner party. Attending from \

Joyce, to Larry.Benson Elliott home of the chairman, Mrs. Donna I out of town were his sisters, Mrs. ,

1YEN. 'S''S S son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Plumer. Lucy Smith and Mrs. Laura :Harper -
L. Elliott Sr., of Pahokee. I The contest sponsored by tile I I and nephews and nieces, Charles I
The bride-elect 'is a 1958 gradu- XI Alpha Mu Chapter Beta,Sigma'I Smith. Mr. and Mrs, Carl Gould \1

ate of Belle Glade High School and Phi Sorority, is for all Girl Scoutsin and daughter, Jennie, and Mr?.
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.. now employed as community. Roy Nix, all of Miami.Sorority .
.r%.r +'wo+i.y. /' S' ::.' : 'y F 1 Hugh H. Branch, Inc. of Pahokee. displayed tit the Pahokee Public

' {z'k.; : ; To AssistExceptional
rsi>yy"rir Pahokee High School in 1959 and 23. ,A judging team, selectedby '

YYY},( ;,: ?P rTAYY. attended Florida Christian Collegein the chapter, will judge the en- School j,
'kE Tampa and Palm Beach Junior tries on Dec. 22 and cash prizes
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.,y30yty y'r:..!Via.: ; .y !: 4 s v v ro r : College, Lake Worth. He is now will be awarded the winners.It Assistance to the Royal Palm j\
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g'' .q' rif74yyFjSb s.; % = 'k< employed by the Palm Beach Coun- was announced the next meet- School for Exceptional Childrenwas I
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Qv y} 'i ty Sheriffs Department; at' Belle ing of Cypress Neighborhood As voted as a project by members i
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x' :f?; Glade. sociation. will be.Jan. 5. of the Xi Beta Tau Chapter Beta ,|
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% p.!?;.': 9 ., The wedding will be an event of .a. Sigma Phi Sorority, at the meet- J
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,... _.. .. .. y y Dec. 28, on the 25th wedding an- CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY ing at the home of Mrs. Ralph ;
niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott. Most Pal &kee stores and other I Johnson with Mrs. W. O. Moss* /f
The ceremony is ,to be at the places of business will be closed president, presiding. Plans were '
pl: Community Methodist Church, Monday Dec. 26, the day'following I'made for a Christmas party to be t I

, ::y Ar{?w.,'C-rt".,.,, Belle Glade. \ Christmas, according to an an-I. held at the home of Mrs.Ellis WilKinson j
X'sy.id 4>- nouncement made by the Merchants Dec. 17. Mrs. John Hatton,

Playlet Planned Committee at the meeting of program chairman, led the groupin I
the: Pahokee Chamber of Com- the discussion of "Methods of'

xrxS Elementary SchoolMrs. merce Monday night. Education.ti -" 1


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.31:. ;? : ?rti .w.%';: :! gene Scott, assisted"by Miss Ellen i-++I t t : : I : : I : I t I 1 I I I I I I I I tIt t : tIt I I'i I >l<>tI< -I1 1-

ey.ti.... 1 I Morgan music director, will pre-
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\ : the Elementary School in a Christ-' '
mas playlet at the December meeting -
of the Pahokee ParentTeacher PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN ,

Mr. and Mrs. Bennie C. Sims of Pahokee announce the engagementand I Association in the high school ,
approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Ellen, to James L. auditorium Monday at 8 p.'m. -The Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Deal Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Deal, Sr, of Statesboro Ga. I program will be followed by the -' -
The bride-elect, a graduate of Pahcikee High School and the Palm' business session, with President W.: r"2- -. ,,. BIG FEATURES -
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Beach Vocational Beauty School, operates Mary Ellen's Beauty Shoppein I l "
O. Moss
Canal Point. Mr. Deal from School and presiding. SUNDAY MONDAY-TUESDADECEMBER >
graduated Laboratory High I ... IB* SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
attended Georgia Teachers College Statesboro. He is now employedby i 11-12-13.
the Georgia National Guard at Statesboro. A January wedding is. LIGHTS ARE UP .I DECEMBER 11-12-lS. "?
being planned. The stringing of Christmas lights I e Last Voyage

I across the streets; of downtown Pa- "One Foot In HeU"
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J. H. Bordeaux New .Local Post Office workmen hokee was of started the Florida Wednesday Power and by 'ROBERT STACK AND -
I ALAN LADD, DON MURRAY, DOROTHY, MALONE -
I Has Special Hours Light Company, Pahokee's Christ- "
mas street lighting is sponsored DAN O'HERUHY AND ALSO 1

WorsmpfuIMaster _r I f.For the.convenience', of the patrons $annually-' ; the City of Pahokee DOLORES MICHAELS The Young Don't Cry'
the Chamber of Commerce in
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of the Canal Point Post Office -
J. H. Bordeaux was elected new we will open at 8:00 A. M, and cooperaton with FP&L. H-H fr'HH, -WI t t : ..,.1 : : : : : : : .. 'f :-: t I : r r I .,

remain until 6:00 P. M/each!
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worshipful master of Everglades .'
day Dec. 12th through Dec. 23rd /
211 F&AM at the, annual ',,
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including Saturday Dec.. 17th. .
election of officers held in the Pa Beginning Saturday Dec 24th the I
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hokee Masonic Hall, with fO. H.I I office will return to its regular I. \
Sheppard retiring worshipful schedule and will close at 12:30 on "

master, presiding. Other, ,officers Dec. '24th I
elected were ,R. E. Hughes, senior The announcement was made by
warden; H. H. Sears, junior warden Edythe Smith postmaster. '
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; R. R. Henderson, treasurer. NEW SUPER DUTIES NEW HIGHWAY TRACTORS NEW TILT CABS NEW "BIG SIT
S. J. Baggett was To'Attend Powered by big Super Duty Now!Highway tractors powered New sleeper option adds only*', New 262 cu.in.Six for
re-elected'secre-I Lampi '
tary for the 19th V-f4with prow*durability by Diesels or Ford Big V'sl. sbU allows.40-ft trailers America's savingest Z-tollnersl .
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These officers and new appointive ,Gainesville Meeting -

officers named by the new'worshipful t1 \

master will be installed,on Robert O. Lampi, Pahokee High Economynever

Jan. 3.BOSPITALp. | School ,Band .director and: secre Q .

: tary-treasurer Of.the Florida Band- NEW 1 FALCON PICKUP NEW STYLESIDE PICKUPS
masters Association, will,attend a I' Compact truck;compact costs- came New stronger 1-piece cab and
Among the patients,at the Ever- meeting of,the FBA ,Continuing 30 mpg in certified tests! body-up to 16%more fcadspact

glades Memorial Hospital Wednes- Musical Committee in Gainesville ,

day were Angus Sims, Mrs. Annie this weekend,.'Dec. 9-11, at which in- \ ,
Hamblen, Kathy Jo Carter, Mrs. time music for the 1961 district SL9h'ECONOLINE
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Julia Chambers, Louis Hayes,.Mrs. and state high school band contests 'e 4 ;
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Delores Keen, Mrs. Gwen Levins ;: will,be selected by the 'com '.
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