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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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1961 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT By PAUL RARDNCIRCULATING

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THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY:

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?t!,'' Rardin' Will Plead To Keep Chief,. Clerk Plan I WilLReceive NewP.O.AtB.G.Bids Bids.On County Seeks More 'F .

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I' Up, To The Voters ----..:. State, Land Near i '
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for a new post office in

; The Lake In Palm Beach Co. Citizens of ,Pahokee will have Belle the Atlanta Glade are Regional being Office received Post by Glades Office Bid.

. opportunity next Tuesday in the I Office Department Atlanta, Ga.
annual election to say yes or no I The building will be located at .
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I A resolution, asking the trustee
,A move is afoot to 'divide Lake Attend Funeral Of to .a plan which would make he the northeast corner of Southeast of
the State Internal Improvement
Okeechobee giving other counties office of police chief and city clerk Avenue D and Southeast Second
Uncle In UmatillaMrs. .. Board for 28 acres ,of land near
instead of elective. This Street.
appointive
bordering on that vast body of Belle. 'Glade for county use was
plan to make the two officials appointive The project involves 4.898 square
water a chunk of fresh water. By John Daughtery and small approved by the county commis-
by the city council insteadof feet of floor space420 feet if "
law than 90 percent of the sion this week.Commissioner. .
more
son Jody accompanied parents
being directly responsible to the platform and 10,230 feet of park-
lake is in Palm Mr. ,and Mrs. H. C. Sullivan, of Paul Rardin who ,
voters has been defeated twice in ing, driveway and maneuvering. .
'Beach 'Countybut Port Mayaca to Umatilla. Thurs- the past. area.. ,asked that the land be made"available
the proposed day to attend the funeral on Friday 'said Jt will be needed for future
At Monday night's council meet Bids must bear a postmark of
law would Ernest 44 expansion of county and state
change for her
uncle Dykes .
ing new liquor hours were set ror May 19, 1961, or earlier.
all that. On Mon- years of 'age. He drowned Wednes- facilities..located in the Glades. :
operation of bars and liquor storesin .
day of this 'week day afternoon in a boat accidenton '- C'i i The land surrounds 'an area
Pahokee. Opening hours are '
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EL bill was drop- Lake Owen his body was not from 6:30 a. m. until 3 a. m. withno which is now occupied by the
ped in the legi- recovered until Thursday morning. opening on Suhday.A Annual Election ,Glades Office Building Everglades
slative hopper in While there they were the house resolution Fire' Control headquarters and'
: was received from '
Tallahassee 'o n guests of an uncle and aunt Mr. state and federal inspection agen-
i the Pahokee Lions Club in suo- Pahokee Tuesday
the side Corbitt. cies., '
i House by and Mrs. Claude
of the
I port proposed four-laning '
Rep. W. :M. Scottof Dr.- Commissioner Rardin said it .is .
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i of US 441 through Pahokee urging -
:Martin counRARDIN Pahokee's annual election is possible that the present colony of '.
New House the council to work to try to city
ty and a companion bill was drop- Open I'get this highway widened. A 525 officially scheduled for next public buildings may become, a :

ped in the Senate..hopper by State i donation to the East Lake School day May 2, and three Tu'es-I sizeable government center. lIe.
Senator Harry Kicliter of, Fort Saturday Sunday : for the school's band was 'author- will be elected on that date said there is hope that .the state :;:t i'
Pierce in whose senatorial district I terms which will expire. road department will put .a maintenance ,..

1 Martin county is located interested- i ized.Approved at the meeting was Ralph Grimes, a grower, long .. center...... .at m mf the site. ti
Palm Beach county representatives Are you in a new the official ballot for the May 2 time resident and newcpmer to
were unsuccessful in their home? That is one at a reasonable city election. politics, 'will oppose Councilman t Palm-Lake

attempt to get the bill referred to price! Do you own a lot? 'If you The Council received ,a recom- George H. Tucker, Jr.,,for the seat I GroupIn

more than one committeewhichIs do, then you'll want to see the recently -i! mendation from the City Planning in Group 1.Councilman., '
a fairly good way of bottling up constructed CBS house on I Board pointing out the need for a Hugo Boe, whose,! Annual Election
a bill or killing it.The Palm,Beach First Street in Canal Point which .
term will be by'yOwen !
sewage disposal." system._ secon3trecommending ; expires! ,. opposed
r, delegation took 'a licking 'on 'the wilt be open.from one o'clock until ,4that an engineer Todd for* the. seat" in Grpup J ..' ..'--
floor of the House :when their efforts five on 'Saturday' and Sunday of ipg firm be hired to draw up the 2. tIn The Palm-Lake Baptist Women \.r'' :: .

were voted down and the bill this week for your inspection. plans and third that conSideration Group 3. John Hunt will opt Missionary Union held its,quarterly -* '
was referred to the committee) on I The Kendall Construction cOmpany be given to preliminary work pose Councilman Billy McKinstr/l: meeting 'lat the First Baptist

Governmental Reorganization of of West,Palm Beach recently I already done on a sewage disposal who Is serving out an unexpired' Church of Lake Worth with apprOximately -
'which Martin county's Mr. Scott is : completed the handsome new home plan in 1945-47. The council accented I term and will run for election to I II '150 'women in attend-

chairman. for )Ir. and Mrs. James Edward .these recommendaltons f)r the remaining year of that expired ance. The theme of the progranwas
} The committee hearing was Rodgers and it was open for inspection study. 4 I term. Mr. Hunt had previously Discipleship.,

scheduled for Wednesday of this last Sunday. At that time qualified against Hugo Boe 'nj I The election of officers for the '

week but a request from the Palm many, many .folks interested in Group 2 but changed to Group 3'coming, year was conducted with' ,
Beach county commission was: I new homes visited it, according to I Funeral Services when Owen Todd also qualified in Mrs. J. Richard Heller of Riviera'"

granted by Mr. Scott and the com- : officials of the Kendall concern. Group 2.Last., I being re-elected president. M '.

mittee hearing is set for 8 a. m. The construction company cordially -I For T. Bass I II Emery Powers, Mrs Earl :Morgan -
today (Friday) in Tallahassee. invites each and everyone to Lloyd I and Mrs. Jess Haney, all of ,.
i Appearing on behalf of Palm visit the home either Saturday or West Palm Beach were elected as.
Rites Will BeHeld J'
Beach County will be exlegislatorPaul Sunday afternoon 'and see first I Funeral services were held Wednesday ., vice-president, secretary and treasurer -
Rardin who is a 16-year mem hand ,what can be bought at a respectively. The two district
ber of the Palm Beach county nominal sum. The two bedroom I morning of this week f jrT. In CtupleyFuneral superintendents are Mrs. John
commission and' former Pauri home built on your lot costs' only Lloyd Bass. 56. of Belle Glade Simms of West Palm Beach and

a Beach County Representative. 8250.00 and can be financed at who passed away Sunday after a Mrs. W. S. Evans of Canal Point.,
Rardin knows his way "'round in $62 monthly.The serious illness. Services were held services will be held Other posts elected include Mrs.
,the legislative halls of Tallahassee Kendall concern is well and in the Methodist church in Paho- Sunday afternoon at Chipley, Fla.,I K. C. Danner of Lake Worth as
and his appearance before the favorably known in Palm Beach kee with Rev..Ben Rider officiat- for Mrs. Mildred Alene Richards YWA director; Mrs. William Ho s

committee backed up by the county -.. county, having built more than ing. Burial was in Hillcrest cemetery 55, of Pahokee who died Monday, as girls auxiliary director; Mrs. J.
attorney and assistant county 2,000 homes in the county during in West Palm Beac) night following a fatal heart attack J. Cater, of West Palm Beach as .
attorney, will give the local legislative -: the past 15 years. The deceased was a native of She came to Pahokee 15 Sunbeam director; Mrs.John Crab-
delegation strong support in r Chicago and came to the Glades years ago from Montgomery, Ala., tree as parliamentarian and Mr3. '.

,their efforts to keep Lake, Okee Pahokee lions: Club 27 years ago. He was a member of and was a licensed practical nurse Orville' Hopper of Riviera as_" ,
chobee :all in one piece. Masons and affiliated with the employed at: the hospital. She wasa pianist. ;
More than $100,000 annually Held Annual ElectionThe Methodist church. member of, the Highland Avenue I

will be lost by,Palm Beach County, i I I Surviving are his. widow, Mrs.] Baptist Church Dbthan, Ala. 1
if the big lake is divided. By a Pahokee Lions Club met Elizabeth Bass and his mother Survivors include two sons 'Budget Sessions : {

special formula based on a coun- Tuesday with Billy Rae Mosley re- Mrs. Bertha Starling of Sanibel James'. Richards Jr., of St.

ty's acreage, the state- gasoline ti president presiding over the Island; a brother T. A. Bass of Petersburg and Henry W. Rich- For'County Board :'
taxes are divided among Florida's! business of the annual election of Belle Glade; three, sisters, Mrs. ards Montgomery, Ala.; father,
67 counties. Bond issues will be up- officers for the new year. Ralph E. Steele of Lake Worth R. B. Nobles of Tampa and sister .

set and the SRD tax formula will The following slate of officersto Mrs. Roy C. Segree of. South Bay, Mrs; Jack Vandegrift of Pahokee; ,Annual budget sessions for: the t :'
be disrupted if any change is made be installed are: Brooks Henderson and'Mrs. William Howard of Paho two brothers P. Uobles of Tara- County. Commisson have ,been set : "
in the county's boundaries Rardin president;' Kyle ,Scott. Frank kee. pa ,and Harris Nobles of States- for June:16 July 1. '*.
said. Tillis and D. B. :Mathis, vice pres- boro, Ga., and grandchildren. Meantime all department heads

If the division becomes a reality idents; R Js ,Schroder., secretary; Barbecue To and county: ,officials have been I .
Glades County Okeechobee, Hen- Ted Wilson Treasurer;' Chester i Help Property For Sale asked to prepare budget requests ':
dry and Martin will take large Mullis Lion tamer; Glenn Browcr for the comingyear and have them '
chunks out of the area now held Tail twister; Milton Salvatore and C. p: Cancer Fund Brings $6000()() Bid ''turned in to the commission by the t"I I

by Palm Beach County. Palm C W. Pell directors. Installation ,end of May. .
Beach County has more than the plans are set for the May 3th The County Commission this A tentative budget will be advertised 1 1

loss of secondary gas tax :funds to meeting.Mr. Yrs Duke Tucker announces S. week is expediting sale of a house :by mid July and will be I
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worry about if the bill should pass A4 final effort to raise_money for the and lot at 826 S. Palmway in Lake adopted in final form for presentstion !
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,Rardin said., At least two out-: and Mrs. E. W. Congletonof Canal Point area's cancer fund in Worth: which was given to the to the State Comptroller by I

standing county bond issues, which Cleveland Ohio were the recent the form of a barbecue supper atthe county. August 1, according to the com-
have pledged receipts from those guests of his cousin CoL and Mrs. Elks club in Pahokee. She said The property has been the basis ., mission's time table.
funds, could be in trouble. W. S. Evans. that the supper will be held next of a number of complaints and the ...

I According to a dope sheet Scott Saturday night April 29 and that ,board has tried to sell the property Rev. Charles D. Stewart J. ,G. I

I had prepared in,'advance of draw- more and Hendry: $5,900 more. tickets will sell for $150 Serving i on previous occasions. Weeks, Mrs. James Gifford and
ing the bill it would increase the It would cut 144 square miles will start Tat 630 p. m. The en- I The latest call 'for bids broughtan 'Mrs. J. H. Strayer attended the ,'
l secondary gas tax of'.his county I from the area of Palm*Beach Coun- tire public is cordially invited to offer of $6,000 from a Lake Vacation 'Bible,-School Clinic Monday

by $22QOO. It would give 'Glades ty -_and cut"that gas tax moneyby attend and participate in this Worth resident-the highest of ,at,the First Baptist Church,*

$55,800 more, Okeechobee $27,400 $111,600. r Jt', ; ',' worthy cause. ... five bids received. .. --- in'West Palm,Beach. "T :'.T. '
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Rardin In Canal Point Florida \
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r _THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF__ & are due if your 'i SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you VACATION TIME is just around

name label shows you to be in i have one, get in touch with this the corner. Before you take off,
THE EVERGLADES NEWS arrear on payment. Send along newspaper and insert a $1 classified -I how about dropping a check for
I that $2.00 payment now and we ad. It will get results. All ads $2.00 in the mail for your subscription
Serving the Lake' Okeechqbee Farming Region Without will continue to send you this great : payable advance. The Everglades I to The ,Everglades News, Canal .

Interruption Every Week for More Th-an'3O. YearsEstablishedarchr11,1924 palladium of the family firesi 3.. I News, Canal Point, Fla. Point Fla.PLUMBING i

Published Every Friday The Everglades News,Canal Point, 1
, Fla. 0 SAMPLE COPIES of last week'sedition '
SERVICE:
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Subscription .
Priee"$2.00 Year In AdvanceI
,of The Everglades News need a plumber just step to the
'.the,'Evergade| N v sIa Entered at the Post Office APARTMENTS are needed by were mailed in Canal Point and phone and call H. W. 'Scrape in

I .In, Canal Point. Florida_ as_ Second, Class Matter. .. many folks coming into this area new subscriptions will be welcomed Pahokee at Phone 7:>47. Septic
A to Do have
earn a living. you one
this week. Just $2.00 for
a year tank cleaning, field tile work. Wes
Paul tiafdin Owner Editor Publisher for rent? Tell them and the world
I will keep informed of happenings -
41_ ____ ____ ______ through a $1 classified ad in these you U water heaters, pipe fittings i
i in this area. I and do all 'kinds of work.
Linda,Woof ter Is columns. Send along a descriptionof repair I
Beta Club To H. W. Pahokee .
Group Scrape, phone
the apartment and a $1 bill and FOR SALE: New and used Will> ;
Spelling:Bee WinnerLinda we'll do the rest. The Everglades Jeeps. Walter 4shley's Garagein 7547. M26pd.

Jacksonville,MeetThe ,,------of News Canal Point Fla. Belle Glade. Phone 3058.
Woof ter of Pahokee High ---- Oct.. 17 54-ch WHEN SHOPPING in West Palm
'WI School was the winner Saturday! FOR RENT: Two bedroom, living Beach visit the new Mary Carter
room bath, screen porch, dining FOR SALE : AKC registered I Paint Store on the Dixie Highway ',
Beta Club of the-'Paliokee in ,a spelling bee held in the Palm I
High School will be represented Beach High School Choral Room. room and kitchen combined. Furn- Pekingese .Puppies.: Phone Pa-)2 blocks S. of Southern Boulevard .

at the State Convention'ths-.week: Runner-up was Margaret Sites ished. Phone 7467. Itp hokee 7125 after :5 p. m. Itp i; We have a $2 sample can of our "

end in',Jacksonville. The members of Forest Hill High School. Thirteen .. wonderful liquid Glass Enamel for

who plan to leave this morning high. school sophomores par- PRESIDENTIAL,'THANKS I 'Mr and Mrs. Leo. Hughes,I each Canal Point visitor who men-
the MeachemO. daughter Jun'and their son and tions this advertisement. 4212 S. E
with their factuly_ sponsor,. :Mrs. ticipated contest. I
Phara Morris are: Martha.Sellers, Tomasello was in charge. President Kennedy has com family, Sgt. and Mrs. Morris I Dixie, West Palm Beach. etc

III president of the club:; Lamar Will. Judges were Emma Phillips, mended Palm Beach County for I Hughes and three children all of MAN OR WOMAN' service and
Edith the manner in which the Luverne, Ala., left Saturday for I
presidential -
jams Jimmy' Vandegrift, Roger Easterling and John W. collect from cigarette, Ice, and
Jr. visits have been handled at I their home after spending the past
Hatton and Velma Williams. Tha Platt. :, all of Palm Beach Junior 'I other coin operated dispencers in \
group will be accompanied two, College.. Palm Beach International Airport.]I week as house guests 6f his mother '
I this area, this is a very good position -
,Frank Sakser, director, -.. Mrs. Jessie Hughes, Bryant. ,
mothers, Mrs. ,J. E. Williams and Last year's winner was Sharun airport received that can be worked full or part :
Mrs. Robert ,Hatton.. ? Risko of Forest Hill High School. a letter from the President.expressing I I time. Person we select must have I

,Registration will begin at...noo.i Students from eight high schools, appreciation for courtesies I I RENT THAT room or apartment j I good serviceable car and 10 or
and last until ,6 p. m., followingthe in Palm Beach County were given I shown at the airport. Don't let it go vacant and lose more spare hours a week I and .
registration' will, be. a talet written spelling examinations' and '- money. Write out a small want I' $500.00 to 2500.00 cash. capital. !

show; composed of eight acts; one winners competed in Saturday's Col.| and Mrs. W. S. Evans were ,ad. Attach $1 for each week! Write giving name address and

of which, .is Lamar Wllllama, a spelling bee. Sunday guests of their soninlawand you want it run and send to The phone no. and all details to P. O.
rope twirling act. Nominations: ... daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Everglades News Canal Point, Box 601, Arkadelphia Arkansas.up. .
speeches of the candidates will enl SebeliusWilliamson Handily and children in Sebring. Fla. I r I

the first,.day of the con ntlon. .. ,
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Saturday vwill be' :filled with I
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E., Sebeliusof ,
group meetings, elections of officers -
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quet. 'gag-ement.and approaching marriage -, DEALERS '
_- : I of ,their daughter, Miss Roberta .. -ce.'
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To WPB.-For Meeting. : Point Mrs. Philo. Williamson of Canal OtP.E'RJ.t". 0' Nil '

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Women'The of Canal Christian Point Service Methodist members Calumet in High the Vegetable School, is Oil now Buying employed . . . . .

who: attended the, .,Annual department of Swift and Cora-. I

*Conference in West Palm. Beach pany. 'BIG sAVE 'Of
lat week were; Mrs. Pope Sears, Mr Williamson an alumnus of I : !

Mrs. W. E.'Blaekwelf, Mrs. Elmer Pahokee High School class of 1958,| ':
Maxson, Mrs. Earl 'Maxson.. .M '9. Is employed in the accounting department -' :

a P., M. Wilson, Mrs.., O. Upthegroveand of Music Corporation of 0:
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and Mrs. C. L. Stuart. America in Chicago. t tWe're

Mrs. Hubert Bussard ,of .Avon They plan to be married October :
Park: Conference Secretary of 7, at the St..Margaret of Scotland celebrating sales success! Prices slashed across ;

Children's Work, was to have' Church- Chicago.. I
S the board all Fords Falcons-Sedans and !
on Wagons .
given a report on her work, but -.k ---- ,
ii she,became ill and Mrs.-Pope Sears
Mrs. Cunningham Is
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61 GAIAXIE TOWN VICTORIA. The true i
.., Guest,speakers,were:...MisstPolly lions Club Speaker luxury car of the low-prke .field, with -
'I Lassiter, rural worker,of.the Perry Thunderbird-inspired; ; elegance and comforf. '

Area; Miss Norka F&frivJtljirect- 'The'Canal Point, Lions Club met .f',. _. .1 .':,,, .. :. ,'. .' ., A trendsetter if there ever was one! ,.'.{ '7"" :+.
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or of Youth ,of Cuba Conference; Monday night with their ladies as n. -0 -4 "",

I!: 0..,B.. FanningiJMrectos.pf; Florida guests..P. ,A.Slonaker president, / ,. Cash In on our :
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t;' Ouba Information; Miss' ; rEvelyn presided over the business session.J. new low Galaxle .r-.rP -
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y I' :ferry, Secretary of EducationalWork G. Weeks chairman of the N -
and Residences in Home nominating committee, reportedthe prices; now! '

:Field; Dinner Speaker. Wednesdayand slate of ,officers is incompleteand :toI

I Thursday Bishop Names W.: his committee needs more -- r
61 FORD FAIRLANE. Beautifully built to
Hen1, y, Bishop of Florida-Cuba time in which. to complete the pro tale care of itself goes up to 30,000 ;

Conference. +* "ject.. : ;.. ::. --' I miles between lube jobs 4,000 miles ':1'o' '
Love*offering ,$572,25,;pra used I J,: G..Weeks,program chairman, between oil changes. Truck Size brakes adjust o!-W. I E
for Branscomb MenTprfak4ladi\or-. r introduced Mrs., Dave Cunningham themselves-all" mot-alJy. : I i
ium and Girls School Mrs. .
;, RalphA. I ,- representative of Florida '-C ," }
Ward .Taipei, Gives and saves -"". :
in Latafaifc. __." t-. Classroom Teachers Department. > .i;, ;? .
; J&rs: ,,. DavidURv,. Thurm. ay C9.fete'n :i, kSho.brought ,the' Lions and their thq t most for ;" '.<... i! {;'
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Presidea tJ ,p 'ti ef. .'ladies*almost interesting talk on the least!' '
.. >atingg} aid: idinlter.e cYoed0w : '4EducaUonIn"Florida: t ".1 :k-w j ... I .

tlietFYrstt U J ... v .The dinner planned by'O. H.! ; ., h ;1- I
lea dingd'"' a 'I'rn 'boaeK.rI : heppaul ant .$ I: .. ". f
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flJW.J t ).adtQj b1 ?*$ 4-, .PQ..j"! < \ t; 1 Mobilgas :Economy Run-highest ': !I
Veima Wll11ams\O 'IT WAS A BAliGAIN I e .rR's41 rlbU.s.enl ,e7,,. gas mileage by o 6- or cylinder car ui .. ', : .
', ". '{rAp electrical; generator valued, the Run's 1S-yeor, b+stgttr.. 6 -- :
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R i:$16OWjiaiid! ;capable of furnish- ..Amerlca"f. -.. ) > 1
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i1tnergegcypower, operate S ,
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Williamdau fal /. 1
Velna" .f .Palm Bach.International:Airport, : *'. .
u.JU1d..Xta.,," .,. has" been secured by the ClvilrDejeaaecfrjomn9overBmefit4 .. 6-passenger sedan I,r0as \
CanaT Point, a J.lp f.f" tie surplus 4 on a comp 'ilOli of monv/ocfuw* '' !
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: UH&tit+d recoil li..r.d prices ,
sophomore clasasoio.oo i 'and T&ej generator cost the county F.D.A.F. .$r L .:1':45e1 -d f! t

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\' I'age'Fo ". .; The ErgrgUdea New-,.Canal Point, Florid . .Friday_._,.April 28, 1961 '
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: ATTEND FUNERAL I AT PALM-LAKE MELT SELL THAT SURPLUS stuff -in

; Mrs. Ida Garrett accompanied Dr. B. A.: Bowers, pastor of the the attic. Convert it into cash. ;

1\\ .; > Ii( PERSONAL NEWS.NOIES N II her daughter Mrs.. M. J. Sapp to Pahokee First Baptist Church, and A weekly want ad at $1 will do the I
: I Mr. and Mrs.
Ona Saturday to attend the funeral Wiley Tillis attended -I work. Write out your ad, attach

: of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Cora II the meeting of ,the Baptist $1 for each week you want it run
P'' :. '" Duncan. Funeral services and bur- .Palm-Lake associating at the I' and send it to The EvergladesNews
J, Mrs. S. A. Nall spent Tuesday Mr. and' Mrs. Charles Jones, "I ial were held at the New Zone Baptist .Northwood Baptist Church in.West Canal Point, Fla.
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.. /1' in Clewiston as guest of her moth- sons" of Clewiston were Saturday I Church'and Cemetery.'Enroute II I Palm Beach Monday night. Rev.I -- -'
d1. er-in-law, Mrs. Nan Nail. guests of his mother, 'Mrs., C. B. up they visited Mrs. Sapp's moth-I i Hal Hunter, former pastor of the Mrs. W. A. Reynolds underwent
,' J Jones-and.brother, Alton Jones. I er-in-law, Mrs. Marie Sapp a patient 'I Pahokee First.Baptist Church, is surgery Saturday in Good Samar-
jf' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson, accompanied in the, Memorial ,Hospital in ,now pastor fo the Northwood Bap- itan Hospital inVest Palm Beacn
uncle and aunt, Airman Wayne Wagnon of
by his ? Arcadia. On their way home they tist Church." and is on the critical list.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wilson attended Hunter Air Force Base 'spent the
of her
I were overnight guests
weekend as guest of his'mother
the silver wedding anniversary
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daughter, Mrs. Ola Croy in Bt.
', of his brother and sister-in-law;II Mrs. E. R. Wagnon. Ogden. j m'ITf1m' ,mj T\-! ,I''\,!,m"J7'iIt'ilf"ml'71t7'T"t" "\", ,:t'l\'ITfJ7'\it: y\"fI\t'ir'' "
I :Mr. and Mrs. Merle H. Wilson at
Mr., aniI'Mrs., D. P. Hughes had .
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their home in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. --
; 'as their weekend house guest their
,t Russell Million, son-in-law and daughter Miss Kay Hughes of Or- Farm Bureau Gets I Am Running For ReElectionAs
were the hostesses._ I
daughter
"f i lando. They had as their guests Area
I help On Fill YourCouncilman
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,' Bobby Mobley, son of Mr. and also on Wednesday his mother,

:Mrs. Robert I. Mobley recently returned Mrs.: Jessie Hughes and her guestsher The Commission has
County
to Pahokee from West son and his family.Mr. .-
Palm-Beach where he has bean agreed to lend a helping hand to -
r and Mrs. Oliver Stapler acCompanied -
the Palm Beach County Farm Bureau -
for the During
:living past two years. by Mrs. Louis Mims
,-, this time he has b attneding in building a new bureau
were weekend visitors in Sanford. IN GROUP
Palm Beach Junior College and headquarters OIK, South Military
While there they were. the house
at jobs. For the Trail.
past working year he part-time has been a :cameraman guests of his mother, Mrs. Clark I Bureau spokesmen this week ,I 1 : I 1 I I : I I 1 : : I I,:
Stapler and Mrs. Mims visited ner
for Station WEAT asked the 'commission to help Jill
I : nel 12. Now he has on'Chau-1 son-in-law and daughter Airman j: the land which has been designated Your vote for continued honest -
and Mrs. J. R. Orlando. i ,
sition with his father as a headquarters site.
at which, time the family plans to I The new building, to be com- non-partisan City Govern-
H move to.'Geotgia. Pahokee WSCS TeaToBeHeldMayl pleted at an estimated $18,400 will

I be used for bureau meetings, to I ment will be greatly appreciated. -
Mr., and Mrs. J. L. McCall ,had house a' canning center and lor
as their Sunday guests Mr. and community meetings.The I
Mrs.. J. G. Kelley of Okeechobee. The annual membership tea of commission this week also.I .
10. the Pahokee WSCS will be held at I
offered helping hand to volun-
Rev. and Mrs. Bill Jones, pastor .'
the home'of Mrs. John Hatton, teer fire departments by authorizing t,: : : : : : : : : : : : : t : : : : : : : : : : : : .: : : : : : : : : : : : :
of the Methodist Church in Columbia -
2981 Bacom Point Road on May 1;
I S. C:;,were the Monday guestsof at 8 p. m. New members who have the county road and bridge PAHOKEE CITY ELECTION
superintendent to make county
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Shelley.
joined the society during the past
They were enroute to their home I year will be honored at this meet- bulldozing' equipment available to MAY 2, 1961GEO.
brush fires.
help 'fight
from a vacation in Ft. Lauderdale.
ing.Mrs.. Ralph O. Johnson will be'in -- I I H-frH-H-4-H-H-H-i-H-H-H-H-H-I : : : ..j 1 i HHBg -
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Workers. i charge of the program, Mrs."Robert SELL THAT SURPLUS stuff an'
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Sugar
; I Apelgren the decorations and the attic. Convert it. into cash.A .
I Attend Annual Meet Mrs. Richard F. Hurt will see to weekly want ad at $1 will do uis H. TUCKER JR.

the corsages. work. Write"out your ad, attach! .
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The annual awarding of fifteen ,
I $1 for each week you want it ruh
f and twenty years service: pins'program CLASSIFIED ADS and send It to The EvergladesNews

" for the United States Sugar PAY BIG DIVIDENDS Canal Point, Fla. .CffittgltsatX8AtXOPEN } } .. } ;.. } .&;. W1..V.1y"V.JIM1IMli1..V.i1..V.,1..V.iM! ; ID
-,'.Corporation, took place Saturdayin .
the Sugarland Park Recreation
Center in Clewiston., H a r r y

Vaughn, President, gave the welcome .


...... 'Vice after departmental. presidents which address they workers and of each presented introduced department with pin their the.. 1 TO 5 P. M. SATURDAY & SUNDAY .



.. Those attending f from the:East- 2 Blocks East Of,Post Office On 1st:Street. CANAL POINT ,,',
em Division were; Superintendent -
'> and Mrs. O. H. Sheppard, Mr. .'

and Harrington Mrs., L.; Mr.D. Echols and Mrs., Gaulden Earl NOT' A SHELL HOUSE, THIS HOUSE IS COMPLETELY FINISHED INSIDE & OUT

Maxson, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson -

and daughters, also his mother -
,, Mrs. Mamie Maxson, all from A 2 BEDROOM HOME 62.00 Monthly
Canal Point; Mr. and Mrs. James $8' 2' 50 ,

Edwin Rodgers of Runyon; :Mr. BUILT 1 ON YOUR LOT (Financed Locally)
and Mrs. H. C. Clark of Pelican

,- Lake; Mr. and Mrs.. Carl Kolstad, .
'-"Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sims and Mr. '
.' and Mrs. Ernest Lindrose; all of NO DOWN PAYMENT On Approved -

Pahokee. Locations. '. .
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"Clothing for hildreri" will be

the subject of a talk given by Mrs .
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Howard Burgardr Assistant Home J'N.
.Demonstration Agent, Palm Beach ''i.'t, rti ,

County, from 10:00 to 11:00 A. M.
on Friday, April 28 at the Mounts
; .' Agricultural Building, 531 North

I .Military Trail.
Airs. Burgard is a former junior
."i. rand Senior High School Homemaking : -

I .. : and Art teacher 'both'in Illinois -
.1 : and in West Palm Beach, Flor-
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: :ida. She was also Youth Advisor In

-.St. Clair County, ,Illinois.
;, Mrs. Burgard who has young
.. children of her own, will stress the =r- .--I- PNATvNIiSj.
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t. points to be considered in the careful

\ planning and selection of child- > CBS Construction Furred Walls
I fA ren's clothing, In order to get the
I .'- the least Terrazzo Floors Windows
( most value for money. UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED BY Awning Type
j t This would apply whether clothing
t J Copper Plumbing Tile Bath
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I is to be bought ready-made or
KENDALL CONSTRUCTION CO.
.. sewed, at home.. e 15 Year Built Up Roof Yale Hardware :
This is the last in a series cf I'

I _.. c.three interest group meetingss \(Over 2000 Homes Built In P. B. County Custom Built Kitchen Cabinets, Formica Counters !
:. especially for young homemakers,
.. ,". open to the public free of charge In The Past 15 Years) Water Heater- 30 Gallons I
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and sponsored .by the County !

f Home Demonstration_ Office. We Will Build You A Florida Room . I
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CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYS CarportBedroBathKitchen& I. BEDROOM, On Your Lot. $9350.I I

1! Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Woofter
Arrange Financing Down Payment f 1 I'S
j .. entertained at thier home on Ba-
com Point Road Sunday with aback
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.t : ,yard barbeque in. honor: of
4 -.' bis wife's and sister-in-law's, bir

t vi.. 5-thday. Out'of town guests here for KENDALL CONSTRUCTION CO. .
.. the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. 2 I
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;; >.: *Joe':Weatherford:"all. of, Boynton
I '*Beachf and Mr.'%and .Mrs. ErnieZHornbarger 5414 ,GEORGIA AVE. WEST PALM BEACH ,M.NE.JI1 517Y1I.

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\ :1 Conner Eases Plan April Meeting Held Folk Festival May: 5-6-7 At Stephen Foster Memorial

For Import Cattle II By Scoggin Jones .

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I' Y TALLAHABm- cattlemen The April meeting of the Han- ? aya> y psi tl I
; nah Scoggin-Annie Jones Circle of
.I will find it easier and less %
the Canal Point Baptist WMS was
i expensive to meet brucellosis 're- held at ,the home of Mrs. D,. P. ,
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. quirements on imported replace- Hughes on April 20, at 8 p.m. Mrs.J. ,Xd Hf!r' k,,
,; ments for their beef cattle herds E. Rodgers vroa in charge of the ,.
i I f after May 1.Commissioner. program. The circle unit theme
t o f Agriculture was prayer. and missions, and the I 4y ".
:Doyle Conner today signed a modified program topic was Bible studyo
f regulation to be effective on prayer and missions. Mrs. D.' P.I I
I that data, governing the importation Hughes gave the devotional and
of beef ca t1c into the state was assisted in a group reading by I <:!
.1 .' from modified certified brucelosisareas. Mrs. Charles Maxson and Mrs. H.
The chanj; was'recommended G..Rodgers.
: by the technical advisory committee Others taking part on program
of the Division of Animal were Mrs. A.T. Holt and Mrs.John
:I ,. :<" '.- Industry. Strayer and Mrs. S. A. Nail. Mrs.
; : ;. ( According to Dr. C. L. Campbell Chailes Maxson Circle Chairman

wr <' ,_ division director under the new presided over the business session.1 -7j ; ) ,: i -

..: regulation cattle originating in' Mrs. H. G. Rodgers Prayer Chairman -. >'' spa. -
I : modified certified brucellosis areas for the Hannah ScogginAnne -

I.,> -. in other states can be handled as I Jones Circle was asked to see
though they came from certified that books are ordered on Interces-
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Ii." :: herds. sory Prayer by McClure.
" Imports of dairy cattle Dr. This book is to be taught at the .y
I Campbell pointed out are NOT May meeting, which will be at the z

affected by the new regulaiton. home of Mrs. .A. T. Holt. Mrs" D.
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I Previous requirements specified P. Hughes gave the Call to-Prayer i $ ;
", that any beef cattle.imports be (1) I for the day and dismissed the meet- < 1;
Calf vaccinates or (2) originate ing with prayer. There weife 9
from a certified herd with tone neg- members present, and one visitor.
ative test or (3) show two ,nega- -.- -,
tive tests at point of origin (within RETURNS TO GEORGIAMrs.
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90 days and 30 days of ship J. B. Seckinger will return 'c
ment) and then be held in isolationfor to her home in Glennville Ga., this ,.
30 days at point of destination weekend after spending several

J and then undergo another. test. days in Canal Point with Mr. and tt :
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Mrs. Paul Rardin. r
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RENT THAT room or apartment. I r _,1,1T

i Don't let it go vacant and lose WANT ADS pay big dividends.Try I
money. Write out a small want one in the columns of this newspaper ,.
ad. Attach $1 for each week and be convinced. Just drop f : '.

you want it run and send to The your ad in the mail along with $land :T-: ; '
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WHITE SPRINGS-Fiddlers, dancers, folk singers, Seminole and Creek Indians will be
1 1i among the participants! in the ninth annual Florida Folk Festival to be held at the Stephen

i Foster Memorial on the Suwannee River here Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, May 567. Also
among'tKc 1500 participants 'to be seen and heard during colorful three'day event will be whip

"' crackers water witchers, tale tellers, whistlers, old-time craftsmen and many others. There will

i. be seven programs on the shady outdoor stage, at 10 a.m., 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. on Friday',and ..
Saturday and at, 3 p.m. on Sunday. The annual event, which draws thousands of Floridians,' .
,\, South Georgians and visitors from other states is sponsored by the Florida Folk Festival Associ'
'-" ation. the Florida Federation 'of Music Clubs, and the Stephen Foster Memorial Commission. .

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.< Garden Club ProgramMrs. r--- Honorary Education Chairman '
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'f,!..'-" -- Royal Palm Beach, was the scene I The Way to Fight CancerROBERT
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> .t. i of the Canal Point Garden Club
Luncheon meeting Thursday of
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last week. Mrs. Glenn Powell vice Frost once wrote about two road.- that diverged in a
:'- president presiding over the business woods and he ". took the one less traveled hy, '
t. session, in the absence of And that has made all the difference." ,
': : these lines the other day when a touch of
J( ... Mrs. M. C. Carter the president.Mrs. I thought about
I : C. G., Coburn presented a -. ..'....... spring in! the air made me feel how good it wasw
I be alive
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t '...;,' I I plant identification program. # When that pain which turned out to be
,, Mrs. Alma Nail, chairman of the $ cancer developed two years ago, I had a
:; : : Just the word nominating committee presented a "x;::-;>:. :, 1 choice of two roads. One was to live with my
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> b : .,, rf recommendation of the committeeto I it, t pain a little longer to "wait and see"; the
1j\ other was go to a doctor.
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'I ;: re-elect all of the club officer: 4 :..J..1- I did consider the "wait: and see" road, but
for another year. The recommendations '"': ''?: not for long. I took the other .'
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',i. tions of the following officers will :. I took the road "less traveled by"and it Is
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',\ .1.. ,.f ",::: ; president; Mrs. Glenn Powell vice ana do not have an annual health checkup.
president; Mrs. O. H. Sheppard Now the road *.ant talking about is the road
I"I"f: :t f1"; JOIN THE PAYROLL SAVINGS PLAN': secretary and Mrs F. M. Wilson, Arthur Godfrey that if followed takes you to your best protection .

, '? treasurer. against death from cancer. And if some 45,000,000 Americans
\ t : Mrs. Paul Rardin assisted the I now alive that's the number who will develop cancer if things
4 WORK do take.the road "less traveled their
WHERE YOU hostess, Mrs.: W. W. White with the go on as they are not by,
.. : chances of dying will be greater. L.
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: So take tr.: road to better health and life. It is your responsi- j
,, \1.. f It takes only,seven little words to start you on a Mrs. Floyd Erickson will be the bility; the family's responsibility. The danger signals of cancer
automatic 'Put the hostesses at the next meeting. and the amr.nl health checkup should bfi as much a part of your
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health eating and sleeping. They will not only lead
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don'thave pr-yrsm
',. Payroll Savings Plan I What's more, you yen lu better but to a great deal more happiness. They will .
I to go far to say them. Just Bay them"to your Allstate Insurance, ;:'!::n4e & lot of worry and it could stop a lot of heartbreak and I
employer. He'll do all the work: set aside the Company Celebrates fna:1eIalltress. Know the danger signals: have that. yearly health
amount choose from your checK and deliver c/jtcljtip .
I you traveled by'" "most traveled by!"
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a the Good Driver Plan and the All ice, the farmer other tractor
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-,maturity-and keep earning for 10 years after 1,450 locations throughout the state Safety Crusade, an accident driver should never take a chance. .

,..,;' maturity. United States and Canada, are prevention program. Time and motion studies show that I

.: So, say the word. Sign up now ._----" celebrating the 300th anniversaryof Allstate also recently completednew a rearing tractor gives a driver: I''
to.buy Bonds regularly where the Sears, Roebuck subsidiary. Florida Regional Office just two-fifths of a second to tout

.a'"; ; you work through the Payroll Richard A. Parker, Florida ,ie- quarters in St. Petersburg which I of the way before -it flips !
Savings Plan. gional manager, announced he will be occupied in the near future. backward. ..
-,_:-.f area now has 190.000 policies in I The recommended practice of

,.' .,>.& force. Employes number 430, and NO CHANGE TO ESOAPE hitching below the tractor axle line
1. the annual Allstate payroll is more I 'OFF BEARING TRACTORGAINESVILLE I is not in itself assurance against ;.
: :A', You: save more than money with t than 3000000. I -Even if he Is a tipping backward, adds Pettis. i
'-, x Parker listed 30 of the "most good athlete, the farmer can hardly Gunning the engine with the drive-
significant" Allstate innovations jump out of the way before his wheels mired deep is almost certain .
t. : :Li.sr Savings Bonds and practices which have been ofr; tractor fans on him; once it startsto to cause trouble. It's much ,:..1
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'<.,-: ., .. The U.s. Government doe Hot pay for -advertitinf.. .* years. Among these are the For.that reason says A; M. Pet- -- ,i. .....:
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.- ,So ', -1 subdue sin and prove man's hert-I' Missionary Group
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s >, ,\S' worketh in you both to will and to the Canal Point Baptist Church
do of his good pleasure. Do all! met at the Church Monday eveningfor
things without murmurings and their of the .
/ I regular meeting
i" ; t 7 disputings: That ye may be month. Mrs. J. D. Latham, vice
Yl ? blame-I
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perverse Stewart, the president.Mrs.
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Methodist The Church Of'Golf "Christian Science the world" (Phillipians 2). ., program assisted by Mrs. Charles

Church Pahokee I Of Prophecy Pahokee Group Of Canal Point i Maxson and Mrs. H. C. Clark. .
: '. i, ::: I _, I: ALACHUA" MAN BEADS Theme: "Mission Work In The
I FLORIDA ASC GBOUUPGAINESVILLE Near East."
, -,. Rev. T.'C. O'Steen : Canal Point Road I Man's God-given freedom from Mrs. W. S. Evans
recentlyelected -
:;. -. SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor sin and temptation will be explained l Emery Will- district superintendent at the
at Christian Science services iams of Alachua has been appointed -
; 9:':) a. m.-Church School 10:60 a. m.-Sunday School Palm Lake WMU meeting in Lake .
.' .."'w 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service this Sunday. chairman of the.State Agricultural '
Worth this meet-
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I"F. 6:45 p. .-MYF 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service Keynoting the Lesson-Sermon on I Stabilization and Conservation gave a report' on

I .. 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B.; the subject "Everlasting: Punish- Committee by Secretary of ing.An announcement was made of
TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday W. M./B. ment" is the Golden Text from Agriculture Orville Freeman. the be
to
7:00 p. .-Vesper Choir practice Everyone welcome. Special musio Ezekiel (18): "Repent and turn Martin Roberts of Wauchula and Leadership course taughtin
Belle Glade 6 Mrs
on May by
and yourselves from all your trangres- Stuart Simpson of Monticello were
t 'WEDNESDAY: singing.a> sions; so iniquity shall not be your named state ASC committeemen.Dr. Richard Heller... ,
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions' ruin." I I M. O. Watkins Agricultural -
j'f'\ : 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- The Methodist Church From "Science and Health with I Extension, Service directors is ex SELL THAT SURPLUS stuff in

:,... tlc. Canal Point Florida Key to the Scriptures" by Mary officio member of the committee.The the attic. Convert it into cas,.
".4...'. ....'.'. Baker Eddy will be read (p. 315): 'State ASC Committee is the A weekly want ad at $1 will do the

I First Robert A. Shelley, Pastor "The likeness of God we lose sightof policy making body for the federal work. Write out your ad, attach
Point
: : Canal
; SUNDAY: through sin, which beclouds the government's agricultural pro $1 for' each week you want it run
', '' Baptist Church 10:00 a. m.-church School spiritual sense of Truth; and we grams. This includes all price support and send it to The Everglades

f --:..- 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship I realize this likeness only when we programs,and production. News Canal Point, Fla.
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-:- Elder R.E.Barfield 6:30 p. .-Youth: Fellowship .

SUNDAY 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship I
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11:00 Worship p.
a. m.-Morning I
7:00 p.:m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY:
8:00-p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st

'WEDNDESDAY: Tuesday2nd

; 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer MONDAY: I.
7:30 m.-Esther Class meeting
Service p.

t- 2nd 7:30 and p.4th m.TUESDAYS-Ladies Auxiliary: WEDNESDAY. 7:30 p. .-Prayer: Meeting I I I I Phone 511. Pahokee Phone WY- 6-2550 Belle Glade I II

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Barfield Highway Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
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Baptist ChurchRev. Pahokee Florida
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Charles D. Stewart, Pastor 11:00 A>M.-Morning Worship
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'.< 9:45 a.'m.-Sunday School 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet -.
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71 Bacons Point Road 10 a., m.-Sunday School I :

Charles F. Crauswell. Pastor 11 a. m.-Worship Service I ',..
Phone 7528'P.. O. Box,882 /
SUNDAY-'SERVICES: -:-: St. Mary's Catholic I I ':''" .t.. r1;. -
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7:00 p. m.-Sunaay EveningEvangelistic Francis Fennech, Pastor .

.: Service.. SundayMass 11:30 a. m. ,{ ,; .
WEDNESDAY: Confessions before Mass. t .,'<.' I .. .. "- .'
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First Baptist '
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Church Pahokee SUNDAY: : '
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School 9:45: A. M. ':
SUNDAY SERVICES: .
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9:45 a. m.-Sunday School '
11:00 'a. m.-Morning Worship Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Dyce had as :
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6:45 p, m. Training Union their recent guests her cousins, .

8:00: p. m.-Evening. Worship. Mr. and Mrs._ Lee Youngblood of '
WEDNESDAY: St. Petersburg and Mrs. Jessie I .with a JltttneieSS "quick recovery"
8:00 p. m.-Prayer :Meeting. White of Panama City. -

water heater and
modern electric range
WWWWWWWWWWWHI IOn

.. the farm and in your home, you'll enjoy an Electric Water

Monday Cattle Sales Heater. SO SAFE!-for precious peace of mind. No constant- :

burning pilot light. SO 'CONVENIENT!-installs anywhere _, i t

I ..needs no flue or vent. SO QUICK! .super-fast "Quick- I

Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market Recovery" model is the answer to a lot of hot water required I I

which is owned and operated by more than .120 rII in a hurry. .
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Florida Cattlemen. m 'Team it up with an Electric Range: SO COOL! --kitchen staysup

I You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here to 16 degrees cooler. ,SO CLEAN! no flame walls and .
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,at this Market. We'make an effort at all times to givean curtains stay cleaner, longer. \
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outstanding :service to buyer 'and "seller.' Give us I i iI
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trial.- c.' 4- 1 to the. flameless electric way.See i

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.' '. A: With Series E Bonds, the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% ofoface value and ths
\ '. $25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity.. H Bonds provide .
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;t"Q.. : Will the Bonds I own automatically earn their new the cash value of your Bonds will,not drop, that it -- a f, : .. :
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it FEC Pahokee Wreck I 'L : c2 t 1 1 1E.
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up and derailed in a wreck 3 .

u"' The annual Girl Scout fundraising which occurred Thursday afternoonof i

t ., drive will be held during last week. It' was a head-on af- \

it the first week in May. The quota fair with two locomotives crash-

t, ", for Pahokee this year is $1,200, ing into ,another at the crossingnear
which is a fair share of the total the Vann Packing House in
amount of $37,379 to be raised Pahokee. Several box cars were j o

, within the Palm-Glades, Girl Scout damaged in the smashup and slight 0 e

h Council. The budget covers ex- injuries were received by some of i

penses for the coming year and the trainmen.
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F.. area at its present high level cf Cancer Crusade 3

activity and achievement. .

, Locally there are 130 girls participating 1 i

'r. in Girl Scouting in seven In Final Drive
active troops, and 40 local women I I ,

., have volunteered their services as i ..
troop leaders and committee members Palm Beach County's Cancer You' Too, Can Save Easily .
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to carry out this worthy pro- Crusade volunteers are staging an I

gram of Scouting. The Palm- all-out finale this week in an sat- Here at the Friendly Everglades Federal it is easy for you to save and, dp it regularly. We'll
Council tempt to reach fund goal of
Girl"Scout
Glades provides .a
work with you in. assisting in every manner possible to see that your savings account grows
training courses for these leaders, $100,000 in the county.
camp sites for camporees and The April Crusade, accordingto 3 steadily.

t many other services essential to Fred Teverbaugh, county chair- 3

'the,success of Girl scouting in this man, has every mark of being a We Have Money Available To Build That New Home .

: area. success since early returns,, dis- I i It you contemplate a new home, please be sure and talk it over with the Friendly Everglades
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: There will be no housetohousecanvass close that residents are increasing
Federal Savings And Loan Association.Everglades .
or 'personal calls in this their contributions in the fight

year's drive. 'Instead, letters will against cancer. The educational I "

be mailed to friends of, Scouting phase of the Crusade being con

'S explaining the need of the drive ducted in connection with,the fund Federal Savings & Loan

and the amount, to be raised. This drive, is also proving its worth 'asa ] .

,/ is the only means of securing means of altering residents to I .
ASSOCIATION
funds for continuing and expand- the danger of cancer, the chairman I iJ
SAVINGS INSURED UJ TO $10.000 BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE ASSOCIATION
ing the Girl Scout program. It is added. |E iJ
hoped you will continue to give The volunteers, he said, have set ian i:3 40 S. W. AYE "B" BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA PHONE WY 6-20C7 IiiJ

this program the same generous enviable record for themselves HfB BglBB IEglP>l>rHri l
support you have given it in the in the early part of the campaign,1 BgBBgggB irHrJn l

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as their weekend house guests his Palm Beach County leading the Decided to check into right cf I I Mr. and Mrs. L. V. McClellani
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nephew and his wife, Mr.and Mrs. I campaign with contributions of On East Coast Rds. way requirements and costs for installation -i: of Canal Point will leave Sunday

Danny Powell, also Mr. and Mrs. $55,000. I of an instrument landing!! night by Easterp Airlines for Chi-
Jefferies'all of Danville, Ill. Teverbaugh credited Cancer
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I I system International Airport. ago where Mr. McClelland will
Benefit held in Palm Beach for County Commissioner Edward .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS I undergo a checkup to find out how,
The system would be installed by
making up most of the early re- Bandlow this week won support of j I
IN THE COURT OF TIlE COUNTY he is getting along since his.operation
JUDGE IN AND FOR PALM BEACH turns. The affair, a highlight of the board for establishment of aj: FAA.
there several months
.. COUNTY.NO.FLORIDA_______.IN____PROBATE______ the resort city's social season, net priority system for building county The Town of Palm Beach which I I Mrs. McClelland will go into ago.the '
IN RE: ESTATE OF ted $44,000 for the Crusade. An- financed construction of a sand::
NANCY ELLEN HATFIELD, i! roads in the four, commissioner'sdistricts II I I hospital for observation and a
other $5,000, he said, was raised :a
Deceased. I I on the Coast. transfer plant at the Palm Beach complete check-up.; If necessary
TO ALL Boca Raton's Cancer,
CREDITORS. LEGATEES January by
DISTRIBUTEES AND PERSONS HAV- 1 1I I The Lake Worth commissionerwon Inlet, is getting a refund of $117 she will undergo an operation.
Crusaders. The balance of the "
,
ING ANY CLAIMS OR DEMANDS approval of his'motion to sit 867. I
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: I I money turned in, has come frommemorial i I
You and each of you are hereby. grants and partial up a priority list for roads whichare The ,county commission, this I I WANT ADS pay big dividends.Try,
notified that you are required by Law built by county crews. week, received a check ,in that I one in the columns of this newspaper -
to present any'claims and demands turns from the county campaign.More re-I
In other actions this week the the' and be convinced. Just dro
which you.or either of you may have than 30 communities in amount as federal govern- ?
against the estate of Nancy Ellen Hat- commission: ment's share of construction costs. your ad in the mail along with $1
field to the County Judge of Palm county, Teverbaugh said are conducting '
Beach County. Florida, at his officein active campaigns this year Took winder advisement, a request The money will be turned. over to and await results. It costs only $1
the cqurt house of said County at I I from the sheriffs depart- Palm Beach. weekly.
West Palra; Beach. Florida within eight with the largest number of volun-
be used
ment for to
calendar months from the time of the teers ever recruited for the county storage space
first publication of this notice. Each I for evidence being held for trials. -
claim or'demand shall be in writing i Crusade, taking part. Approved an amendment to ...hecounty's I .
in duplicate, and shall state the place I -
of residence and post office address of I secondary road programto
the claimant and shall be sworn to.by. RENT THAT room or apartment. ,
section of
I include a II
four-laning
the claimant his agent or his attoreny I Don't let it go vacant and lose I J. I. CASE PARTS
and any such claim or demand not so' Palmetto Park road and for con- I .
small want
money. Write out a
filed shall be void. i
I struction of a bridge on CongressAve. {
,, GLEN O. HATFIELDAs each week
for
-' ad. Attach $1 %
administrator of the Estate of over Canal L-14. (LOTS OF 'EJ 1) .'
Nancy Ellen Hatfleld. deceased. you want it run and send to The I II I Authorized preparation of a
Thadd1 Whidden Everglades News, Canal Point
Attorney for Administrator lease at International Airport with SERVICE AND SALES
Publish: April 28, May 5. 12, 19, 1961 I Fla. '" I Palm Beach Aviation ,to be ready

for the commission's next meeting -HMorganBoldt 55
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"The proposed lease is being delayed
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in order to give another prospective -
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ANNOUNCINGROYAL f* client for airport space, I Equip

i on opportunity to inspect available 1
PALM MANORMEDALLION I facilities. 245 SE 2nd Ave. Delray Beach '
I Voted to call for bids for aerial
HOMES j I maps of the county estimated to. Phone CR 6-4622 '

2 AND 3 BEDROOMS 1 AND 2 BATHS cost $7,000; bids for 14 radios,for r
I county cars and bids for contract JM1
From -
$10,500 ,
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LOW DOWN PAYMENTS NO CLOSING COSTS TSALUTE I II

.5 ,APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED t
TO FLORIDA '
Blanton & Unwin Inc.Office I :1

'SCQUNTIES .. LEONw '
Phone 7143 Res. Phones 7712 & 7366 .

PAHOKEE. FLORIDA I '. COUNTY' SEAT TALLAHASSEEi

Leon County, located 'in Northwest Florida,
iu&yoy&ymjuyi-ym I. was formed in 1824 and named for the
Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon. The
of the Indian nation was
Apalachee
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\ Z\ / 1 located here when Hernando De Soto
visited the area in 1539. 4
THEATRES The town of Tallahassee was establishedby
I Seminole Indians, and in 1823, two years /
after the United: States took possession of
(PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN 1 / Florida, it was selected, as the state capitaL -
Today it is the seat of government
for the great state of Florida and is the
Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road I! I 1 site of two large state educational insti-
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: -2 BIG FEATURES In progressive Leon County, and throughout -
< y Florida, the United States Brewers Association
SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY UNDAY ool\IONDAV oo T'UF.9D A to works constantly to maintain the ,
APRIL 30'MAY 1-2 sale of beer and ale under pleasant, order- '
ly conditions. Believing that strict law
APRIL SO MAY 1-3
'"HTfH TIME' r S4 enforcement serves the best interest of the
people of Florida, the Association stresses
"PORTRAIT IN' close cooperation with the Armed Forces,

BLACK" RING CROSBY, FABIAN AND r- law enforcement and governing officials.

TUESDAY,WELD .
LANA'TURNER, ANTHONY Ji..ORID DIYISIO'"
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