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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: April 6, 1962
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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6, 1962 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDNCIRCULATING



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, Pahokee Election Pahokee' Beauties Win Harvest Queen Honors At Belle Glade 'I'Revival i Pahokee

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Scheduled May 8A Baptist I April 8



Pahokee city election is just Revival Services at the First

around the corner and is scheduled Baptist Church of Pahokee will begin -
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for Tuesday, May 8, the same day on Sunday, April 8th and run
of the state and county election nx w SY I through Wednesday, April 18th.

The city election will be held at the The preacher for these services will

city hall and the county election be Dr, J. Larry :Mayo, pastor of
will be held in the high school gymnasium W '# ny .Si bk4 oa the1 Warrington Baptist Church of

in Pahokee. r. Warrington, Florida; a part of

Three councilmen, a city clerk, a I Pensacola.Dr. .
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chief of police and a mayor will be J i I Mayo is a native of Pensa-
elected for''two year terms. I 4 cola. He is a graduate of the University -
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Mayor Duncan Padgett will of Florida. He also has a

be a candidate for another term as B. D. and TH.D degrees from the

will Miss Patsy Batchelor' who is Southern Baptist Theological Seminary !

serving as clerk. Chief of Police of Louisville Kentucky.He I

Leon Guthrie will ask the voters to has served churches in Ken- ,

re-elect him to another term as I tucky and for nine years was

head of the police department. f.'k {j I pastor of the First Baptist Church
Councilman C. Wetherington of Smithfield, North Carolina be-

will not be a candidate for re-elec- : : I fore coming to Warrington.
tion in his District and Carmen I Dr.Mayo was a First Lieutenant

Salvatore bas qualified to run in in the Artillery during World War
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; that district. I 11, and served in the South' Pacific

The term of Councilman Billly I I and the Philippines. After the warI
I he toured the Pacific Japan and ,
McKInstry and Councilman Joy
I Korea with the famous International
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Thompson will expire and their I
seats will be open. Neither has I ... ......_ H ...,.> ___ __.' ._.. ,.. :Male Choir made up of service I
personnel. After the he \
made a definite announcement in Miss, Ruth Colvard 17-year-old daughter of Rsv. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard of Pahokee was war
.regard to his intention to ,seek re- crowned;HARVEST QUEEN Saturday night at. the annual festival held in Belle Glade and sponsoredby became. a Reserve Chaplain. !
election. the Junior Chamber of Commerce of that city, :the was one of 37 competing for the honor. She is He has served as a member of ,j
a- shown in the center of the above picture. Shown on the left is Miss Vicki ,Alley, 17, daughter of Mrs. the General Board of the N. Car- ,
Wilma Alley of Pahokee who was first runner up. On the light is Miss Vickie Hollingsworth, Belle olina Baptist State Convention and

Youth Base Ball Is Glade Hi junior second runner-up. I its Executive Committee; serve> ,
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--1 01} the Annuity Board of the South

To Start On May 7 I Canal Point Post Office Bid Received On I I present ern Baptist on Committee Convention.on He Seminaries is at- I:!

and Public Affairs Committee -
Youth base ball in Pahokee will Glades Office Bid. of Florida Baptist Convention.

get under way on May 7, accord- Receipts Show 69 Pct. Services at First Baptist Church

ing to newly elected officials of De Voss Construction Company, will be at 7:00 a. m. and 7:30: J). rn. :

that organization. Claude Padgettwas Lake Worth appeared to be the except Saturday with the renter !
Increase Over Year Ago hours on Sunday.
elected president at a meeting low bidder for construction of a I
2. I I Music for the revival will b* under 1
held in the high school on April' second story addition to the county's -
-- the direction of Mrs. Guthrie I
Dick Parrish was named vice
69 percent increase! local federal institution that is Glades Office Building. Colvard Church Choir
president and Mrs..Addie Thompson The firm submitted the lone bid Director.
That's some increase! continuously reflecting the growthof I I Special music will be a part of each
was chosen as secretary. Official records at the Canal the community. on ,the project for a price of $C7- I service. j
Judge James L. Tyson Jr., was ..
Point post office show that receipts -- 775. Several extras, if the commission ----- ...-
chosen to act as base ball commis- its approval, would run
during the January, February, gives
sioner. March period, 1962 have increased Program To Raise the price higher but well under theX85,000 Pahokee Lions Are
The newly erected fence around : budgeted for the job.
the base ball field at city park is 69% over the same three months County Commissioner Paul ,
period in 1961. The announcementwas Elks Charity Fund I Told Of School
attracting a great deal of atten- Rardin Canal Point said the new
made by Mrs. Edythe Smith,
tion. 43 spaces have been built into addition will provide court room
postmaster.
the fence and will be sold to advert Tuesday night, April 17, has been facilities and office space for the W. M. Suit, General Manager of
Users in Tan effort to help defray Items going to makeup the fund set.aside by the Elks Lodge in Pa- Glades Magistrate Court and space the Okeechobee School for Boys

; expenses _of the field. The spacesare .which showed such a tremendous hokee ,for a special night to raise for use Jay the County Zoning 'Department's 'was Guest speaker at the- Lion's

: : four feet by eight, feet Those increase include post office box funds for their charitable efforts A inspection section. .,Club luncheon meeting, 'Tuesday I

j''i R interested in a space should get in rent and stamp sales, postage on barbecue will be held at 6:30 with Introduced-by Lion Manning Keen, ,

:... touch with President Padgett. newspapers and magazines mailed beef, pork and chicken and .the I Lhe spokeon.: the work being done
locally, and does not include'money Superior Rating
price will be reasonable, accordingto the school to rehabilitate the

Mrs. G. Tucker Is order sales. the chefs in charge. boys who are both colored anJ 1
Money order sales during the Starting at eight o'clock several For Pahokee BandIn I white. :

three month period in 1962 amounted groups of famous singers will be He told of some of the heartachesas

Head Cancer DriveMrs. to $70,000.00, a healthy increase presented in an entertainment pro- well 'as the joys of the work:He I
the annual district band con-
over the same period a year ago. gram. The "Suntones" is one group stated ,that of the 366 boys in the ]
test held in Pahokee on Wednesdayof
The local post office has been planning to appear on the school at Christmas time there
program.
Duke Tucker, who is chair- this week, the Pahokee High
climbing in receipts since modernization Another famous group is the "Mix-: were 103 who received no word, not
man again this year of the Canal School band won straight superior
of the equipment a little masters" from Boynton.Elks even a;: Christmas card from their
Point Cancer Crusade, wishes to ratings. Three state judges rend
more than two years when many members are anxious thata parents pr other relatives duringthe
emphasize the importance of this ered the decision following per-
services were made more readily holiday season.
good attendance take J
fund raising campaign. She will be advantageof formance of Band Master Robert
available to the public. The outer Visitors were Emmett Roberts of
the barbecue
assisted by Mrs. D. L. Hooks and and the evening'sentertainment '
O. Lampi's 1961-62 edition of Pahokee's -
Belle Glade and Burt Collett.
lobby was completely rebuilt mak- Miss
they ask the generous cooperationof because money is the musical
offering to
Alice Hurt was the guest of student
hundreds of
ing new and modern
needed for the
the public.Donations charity work that
circles of high schools in Florida.
member, Robert Boe.
boxes available for
rent to
be mailed to P. postal the lodge carries on.
may
The local band in
won superior
-. Lion Harley Richards will be in
patrons.The S-
O. Box 382, Canal Point. Anyone concert, and march-
sight reading charge of the program next week.
wishing to have their offering inner lobby was also modernized PATTERSON CIRCLE .

picked up, may call 658. Remem- providing the modem The lone Patterson Circle of the ing.Judges for the contest were: Dr. TO ATTEND WPB MEETA

ber, your gift to the Cancer Cru- bank-type style counter over whichto Canal Point Baptist Church will Thomas, Collins of the Universityof group of young people from

sade is tax deductible._ do business. New scales new meet Monday afternoon, April 9, at Miami; Dr. Robert A. Bolles. the First ,Baptist Church in Pa-
a cancelling machine, new parcel 3:00: p. m. at the home of Mrs. W.. head o'f'the College of Fine Arts: hokee win attend the Associational

Mrs. W. D. Reid is recuperatingat post racks, new general delivery S. Evans. Mrs. W. S. Cross will pre- and Architecture at the University :Youth Night activities which win

home on North Barfield High- rack a completely refurbished sent the program. Mrs. J. L. Mc- of Florida; Charles Quannbyl be held at the First Baptist Chur-

way after having'surgery, recently, lighting system are among: the Call chairman win preside' over director of bands at Manatee High ch in' West Palm Beach'Saturday

at Everglades Memorial Hospital. things now available at the popular the business meeting. School in Bradenton, Fla. I evening. -



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Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday, April 6. 1962 .
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r Leonard C. Brown Cars Turned In As Mrs. Hurt Elected 1

Campaign Starts

Seeks School JobLeonard WSCS President !
Campaigns for relection by two I

i- r members of the county commission

C. Brown of West Palm officially got underway Monday.The Mrs. R. F. Hurt was elected president -

Beach, 41 year old Veterans Ser- two commissioners Chair- for 1962-63 at the regular j

vice Officer and former instructorin man Lake Lytal, West Palm Beach f
monthly meeting of the WSCS at
Pahokee High School, this: week and Commissioner Ben F. Sundy,
the Pahokee First Methodist Chur- \
a his candidacy for mem- Delray Beach, following customof
announces a
r a ch, Monday evening with the president !
s bership on the Palm Beach County long standing advised the board I Mrs. Ernest Maxwell, pre- j
t School Board. Mr. Brown is mar- that county cars assigned to the
siding. Other officers elected were !:
ried to the former Nancy Stevensof two men had been turned into the |
j Mrs. William Castro vice-persident
The Rardin Building In Canal Point FloridaTHE Pahokee and has a wide circle 'of county garage. Mrs. Hugo Boe secretary and Mrs. j
friends in the Glades. From now until after the primary -
I "Laurie Justice treasurer. j;
: LAKE: OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF In announcing his candidacy. election May 8, the two coun- Secretaries elected were Mrs. J. ;

ty cars will be in storage and !
L. Tyson children's work; Mrs. j
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing meantime Chairman Lytal and Robert Hatton, Christian Social j!
Commissioner
Sundy will be driv-
Relations; Mrs. Robina'' Blakey, j
the Lake Okeechobee Without ing their
Farming Region own cars.
literature and publications; Mrs. j
Interruption Every Week for More Than.30 Years i vp. ro f John Hatton missionary educa- :*

Established :March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday r 4 Robert tion and service; Mrs. J. V. Thomas -
Stacy On t
Subscription! Price, .$2.00 Year In AdvanceThe promotion; Mrs. R. B. Simon- I. I II .
I son student work; Mrs. Ralph
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office
: : : Farm Bureau
: StaffCarl Johnson, spiritual life; Mrs. R. L.
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter I j
arT. Hatton, youth work and Mrs. Jack ;
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Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher A .. I Spencer supply work. New commission 'j
E. Waggoner announces chairmen are Mrs. Robert j

Funeral Services I Eight Pahokee Girls that Robert Stacy has joined the Apelgren, local church activities; ;

Attend Stetson ClinicEight Southern Farm Bureau Agency I Mrs. J. L. Reeves membership; <

Staff. Mr. Stacy will six Mrs. Frank Rozelle publicity and
undergo a
Mrs. Hulda WilsonFuneral I girls from"the Intermediate months training program and upon I printing; Mrs. Frank Friend, flow- I'
ers Mrs. Howard Holman sun-
I Choir of the Pahokee 'First I completion will be assigned to the ; !(
shine and Mrs. Milton Salvatore
services for Mrs. Hulda Baptist Church attended a choral sf I j j Everglades Farm Bureau office in Christmas cards. (N,
clinic at Stetson University in Da-! a | Belle Glade working in the southwest -
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Mary Wilson, 62, who died Fridayat I Mrs. T. C. O'Steen announced I(
land Those making the f I part of the Palm Beach County -
a West Palm Beach hospital, recently. I j that there will be a Bible study
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were held Monday afternoon at.the: trip were Pam Boe Ray Beth Gray, Brown said that "an abe educator I j and into Hendry County.Mr. during Holy Week, April 16, 17, <

Canal Point Methodist Church with' Helen Lindrose, Julia Johnson, is better able to serve as a county II Stacy is the son of Mrs. Mary and 18, beginning at 7:45 p. m. each 'I
of Linda Woofter, Rebecca Grimes Stacy of Belle Glade. He and his
Rev. Robert Shelley. pastor school board member. His full evening. The study will be based on ;
.ficiating.A Lois Adams and Jessie Ann Shef- statement follows: wife, Dorothy and their two child
"The Meaning of Suffering" by Dr. i
: native of Buena Vista County, field. They were accompanied by i "Parents of school ago childrenare ren make their home in Clewiston. Ralph Sockman. j

Iowa she had been a resident of Rev. Guthrie Colvard and RobertC. urged to consider the needforat He was formerly employed by the Mrs. R. F. Hurt will be the delegate ,'

Canal Point since 1927. She was a Woofter. least one member of the school Life Insurance Company of Georgia to the three day Florida Con- !

member of the Canal Point Meth- board with academic as well as administrative and the U. S. Sugar Corp, in ference of the WSCS at St. Petersburg 'i

odist Church past worthy matron: Rotarians Hear background. Such a I Clewiston.The beginning April 24.

of Order of the Eastren Star Chap- background is needed in order to I I continuous growth of the Rev Robert A. Shelley was guest j J

ter 184, and an officer in the Canal I cope with the wide variety. of school Glades area and Everglades Farm speaker and gave an inspirational l'preEaster \:

Point Garden Club. Milton Carpenter board functions." I Bureau necessitates the expansionof message.. j j;t

Survivors include her husband Brown's own academic life includes the agency force of the insur- It was announced that the instal- !

F. M. Wilson Canal Point; two I graduation from Gordon ance service program in order to I lation and pledge service will beheld j,j!

sons, Dennis of Troy, Ohio anal Dr. Milton Carpenter Palm Beach Military College Bachelor of Arts I I I give the best possible service to its the first Monday in June. i;1>

:Max Wilson of,Kansas City, Kan.; County School Board member,.was degree from the University of members and to meet the growing .MM. r

one,daughter, Mrs. Frances Adams, guest speaker at the luncheon Georgia and Master of Science degree needs of the agricultural community -CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE I
Alexandria Va.; five brothers Nels meeting of the Pahokee- Rotary '
from Florida State Univer- on Lake Okeechobee. BIG DIVIDENDS I
Sundberg and .Ernest Sundberg Club, last Thursday. He was intro- II

both of Linn.Grover ,Iowa; John duced by program chairman, Vance sity.Brown believes it Is importantthat I

Sundberg _Sioux Rapids Iowa; Dr Denton. and highlighted the an experienced educator serve I. j jI
changes that are taking place toward .'
Lawrence Sundberg, Des .Moines, on the school board. He has teach-
Iowa Dr. Carlton Sundberg, Newell .a more powerfUl central government I
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ing experience both on the high YOUR NEW HOME DESERVES
and the tremendous cost
Iowa and three grandchildren. : school and college levels. He has

Pallbearers were Eli McCall, thereof. taught at the Pahokee High School I I
The second part of his talk con- II I
Walter Kautz Joe Kent_ Carr, and the Florida Southern College I

Gaulden Harrington, Earl Maxson cerned the savings to taxpayersthat I Branch at Palm Beach Air Force ..I11F
and J. P. Parker. have been accomplished by Base.
the School Board since he has taken
Burial was in Port Mayaca Cem- His administrative experience ia
etery where graveside services office, specifically in insurance:!
addition to executive work in his
were conducted by Order of East- rates, cement for the maintenance father's
and
I foundry machine shopin
184. department, on typewriters and in
ern Star Pahokee Chapter Georgia, includes the
... ..A the purchase of milk and bread for being
Academic Director of the Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Albert of I the school cafeterias.R. .

South Bay visited,friends Snyder in Paho O. Lampi, president presided Beach Southern Air College Force Branch at Palm ? # :

kee Sunday ,afternoon.IN over the business session. County Veterans Service Base Officer.and the F I : t t *;% :

Visitors were Fritz Stein, Lee
"In a space-oriented where
Cranford and Dr. Clarence Kidder. age cso b
OF. education and training of .: lZ / .7; ; 1t'
TIlE CIRCUIT COURT are grow-
all of Belle Glade; also Bob Hutch-
THE FD7TEENTH'JUDICIAL I ing importance to our boys and
ins of Palm Beach and Bill Plumer -
CIRCUIT .FLORIDA,, :TN girls more emphasis should be,
Jr. Douglas Potter was the
AND FOR :PAI r".BEACH and will be placed on early expos
guest of student member. John
COUNTY ure to the latest educational advances -

In Chancery No., 62-O-552-E I Hundley. ," Brown says. .f4

LEONARD BURNETT JR.: "Complete and
;; : proper planningof
"Commit Thy Way"Is
Plaintiff : Palm Beach County's future

-vsBERNICE : Mission Theme school system involves more than aes

BURNETT, : % securing ''land and buildings for c : :_

Defendant : "Commit Thy Way" was the more classrooms. It also involves

NOTICE.OF,SUIT I theme of the program presented by carefully researched academic ad-

-TO: BERNICE BURNETT !Mrs. E. B. Gamble at the meeting. vances to better educate our child

o-o .Pearla,'Floyd Tuesday of the Woman's Missionary ren.

headland, Alabama I Union of the Pahokee First ZIf.elected to"the school board, I CONCRETE MASQNRY

You.are,hereby notified thatLeonard !Baptist Church with Mrs. H. ,E. will be a sympathetic supporter of

Burnett, Jr. has filed a I Unwin, president, presiding. Those policies and plans that will better
Because you'll want the best. the most beautiful .
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Bill of Complaint against for i ,
,;you assisting with the program were equip our children for the theymust
age
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divorce and .you are ,required to ,Mrs. C. Williams, Mrs. Marvin live ,the longest lasting construction materials inyour new
and work in. And that -
serve a of answer to thecomplaint home_ you'll naturally choose ,concrete masonry con
copy your. Crady, Mrs. Joe Thompson'and
means anticipating a definite growth struction. 'It provides a home that is fire-safe economicalto
on the plaintiffs At
Mrs. Guthrie Colvard.
in our county's industrial life keep will out-last almost, other material-and
torney? Thadd Whlddehj P. O. .Boc'T0o Mrs. M. P. Stanley stewardship up any
= and opportunities for
jobs-at- remain -new-looking too! Build home today! For
?I Pahokee, .Florida, and file the i chairman reported that $260.50 your,

'original answer: in,.'the office of the I had been collected for the- Annie home..Leonard C. Brown with his quality block precision made on Stearns equipment
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm I lives see us today.
Armstrong 'fund during March. family at 612 West
Cherry Road
:Beach Florida 'or before
County, on
'the'16 day of April. 1962: if.you.fail I The president announced that Palm ,Beach. He ,and his wife, the CONCRETE BLOCK GIVES BUILDINGS A FUTURI
the Betty Mills Circle 'will have
former Nancy Stevens of Pahokee,
:so to do judgment by default will
charge during May of the family
have four children.
be'taken against,you'fof the re I ,
etl held each
night suppers Wednesday
demanded in the complaint _
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DATED this '15 day. of.March. nightMrs. LEY
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Guthrie Colvard presentedthe _
3.962.: Palm Lake
J.,ALEX ARNETTE Calendar of Prayer, and sang a GroupIn
solo at the close of the
program. Belle Glade April 19
Clerk of Circuit Court ...
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t 'By Thaddie P. Plant Max Wilson, who was called The Palm Lake Association will

i "DeputyrClerk ". home from Kansas ,City Kansas, hold the next meeting at the First

:iPub.JJ r. 16, 23, 3Q & Apii161962Thadd' : on account of the death of his Baptist Church in Belle Glade on
., PAHOKEE,.FLA. BELLE GLADE, FLAPHONE
Whidden mother*"Mrs. F. 'M. Wilson, is remaining April 19 at 10:00 a. m. Those at-

Attorney for Plaintiff for-a visit with'his father. tending are asked to bring sand- 7185.. PHONEWT. 6-5249
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Friday April 6, 1962 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Ttat'!o

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Former Resident Safety Conference a F-i ;

Dies In W. P. BeachFuneral Scheduled May 9 '

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services' were held in JACKSONVILLE The First

West Palm Beach for Lamar Bar- Annual Industrial Safety Confer.. r

wick, 57, who died there on last ence will be held May 9 at the I .

Thursday. Burial was in Hillcrest George Washington Hotel, Jack- \

Cemetery. Dr. Jess Moody of the sonville. s.. 4 p J3L I Ii If i

First Baptist church conducted the Sponsored by the Florida Indus- f I

ceremony.He trial Commission, the conferencewill fr aVV :
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was a former resident of the feature Governor Farris Bry- ;
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Glades and moved to West Palm ant; Arthur V. Wiebel, presidentof i Ij I

Beach from Delray Beach in 1945 Tennessee Coal & Iron Division, : wti
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where he was employed by the U. S. Steel Corp., Birmingham; I I

Palm Beach County School Boardas Alan I... Kling Olin Mathieson I
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custodian of Conniston Junior Chemical Corp., New York City; !

High School. William J. (Red) Mitchum, St. I)

Survivors include two sons, Regis Paper Co., Ocala; and A. !

Leonard 1..., 111, city, and John L. Worley Brown, chairman of the I II

Palm Beach; three brothers, Johnof Florida Industrial Commission. 1

Hollywood, Leon of Dallas, Tex., Governor Bryant will keynotethe I i V .r 1 1I

and Louie of Church Falls, Va. conference, while an additional 1I 1I I
feature the program will be two I
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panels moderated by Paul E. Speh, I

Baptist Circles In Industrial Commission Workmen's
Compensation director.

April MeetingsThe Mayor Haydon Burns will give

the address of welcome to the con-
April meetings of the circlesof ference.

the Pahokee Baptist Woman's
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Missionary Union will be held 7I
POSTER GIRL KATHY BATTLE-was the topic of conversation when Governor Farris
Tuesday, April 10th. I I I
Members of the Betty Mills Circle Attend Funeral Of Bryant (right) declared April as Cancer Control Month in Florida. The winsome North
Carolina lass old when she underwent tor kidney cancer. Today at
will meet at the home of Mrs. I Relative In DoverMr. was just a year surgery
seven, she is 1,100,000 living Americans cured-because the disease was detected
Claude Shirley at 9:30 a. m. :Mrs. among
and treated. On hand the Governor's official proclamation (left)
early promptly to accept
Mattie Chastain will be hostess to and Mrs. Wiley Tillig attended -
members of the Lottie :Moon Circle the funeral of Mrs. Carrie Rog- C. Hardwick, Tallahassee, representing the Florida Laryngectomee Association and Homer
E. Hooks Lakeland chairman of the 1962 Educational and Fund-Raising Crusade of
will attend the revival service at ers, who was the victim of a heart state ,
the Florida Division of the Amencan Cancer Society.
the First Baptist Church and then attack, in Dover, Saturday. Mrs.
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field, where Mrs. Ralph Crews will many times while her soninlawand
Plan ExpositionTo County Government
be co-hostess. The meeting of the daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Law | Thomas Bregger

Grace Jernigan Circle has been rence Jaudon who were former Pa- Show Industries Week Set By Board

postponed until a later date. I hokee residents. Dies Heart Attack

ORLANDO-More than ever be- A proclamation setting the weekof
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fore, Florida industry will demon- April 2 to 6 as "County Govern-

strate its versatility at the Florida Funeral services for Dr. Thomas men Week" was approved Monday

State Industrial Exposition in Orlando j'I E. Bregger, 72, who died of a heart by the county commission.

April 2528.ChairmanDirector. { attack at his home in Belle Glade, Commission Chairman Lake I.y-
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kc' .a a
: 2C': ,, \2.g'+s31aklFY3'wb Wendell Jar- j last Wednesday, were held Saturday tal said the proclamation will urge.

ga papa b 4 Sa, ,: ; 7kfi: RE ,MMi rard of the Florida Development at St. John's Episcopal Churchin residents to visit such installations

qy Commission, one of the agencies I Belle Glade with Rev. L. D. Loss- as the court house, county hospital

$aw; .{':. sponsoring the exposition, said the ing, rector, officiating.A and other facilities to see now the
show would dramatize the fact retired sugar cane physiologist operations are carried out.

+ .3 that "this state has its industrial he came to the Everglades Ex- A state proclamation has leen
in 1935 after signed by the Governor at the request -
,. eggs in a great many baskets instead periment station ,
of concentrating them in one spending three years in Argentinaand
J or two." 11 years in Puerto Rico in hta I County Commissioners who plane

Fifty three companies manu- chosen profession. Even in retirement ned the observance.Robert .' .b .'
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already been signed to display their and carried on breeding work with '
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C %'a 'q A t2,1'ta9l }yd' { .,4 n" xri. 'M.Q k. l t" ,.l.ti products and an additional 51 corn.
} 6. i compenies which are doing primeor Born in Quincy, Ill, he graduatedfrom In Gun Accident
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( : : ; ernment. Thirteen federal agencieswill received his doctorate degree from I Robert Fluty of 114 4th Plare

'p o ___--z.d..::.va ::.: \ o be represented and 15 booths Cornell University. He was I SW, Vero Beach, agent at the FKC
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Z x p. companies. I I the French government, and I shot through the hand as

a.d' : "There'll be big firms like Mar-i' ceived the Distinguished Service I I he cleaned a newly purchased 25

tin, Lockheed, RCA and Southern Cross from his own government for I automatic, Wednesday night. After

Bell," Jarrard explained. "And service in World War II. Upon retirement receiving treatment at Everglades

there will also'be companies which three years ago, he was Memorial Hospital, he was released. -

while perhaps less known nationally honored with the title of Plant Deputy Sheriff Frank Rozelle

1. t are nonetheless highly import- Physiologist, Emeritus. He xva.- a, of the Belle Glade substation was

Just say the word.st ant to the Florida economy." I member of St. John's Episcopal/ investigating officer.

Church, past commander of Everglades -I
I Post No .20 American Legion BIRTHSStaff
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and suddenly you're saving New Lumber Yard past president of Belle Glade .
Rotary, was active in Chamber of
To
Coming Pahokee Sgt. and Mrs. John F.
: Commerce work and a member of Kieslich
Bitburg, Germany announce
I i: Pahokes will soon have a new i I the Library Board. ,the birth of a son on March!

r : lumber yard in the location form- Survivorsinclude his' wife, Marie 23. This is the second son for Sgt.
f! ?JOIN THE PAYROLL SAVINGS PLAN; erly occcupied by the Pahokee, l I ; one son, Lt. John Bregge'r, US Kieslich, and his wife.The maternal'

Navy three Miss Er .
; daughters lily
," ,s.t': Lumber Company in the Don Hill- I grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
: Bregger, Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. Elizabeth : *-
WHERE YOU WORK ier property on Canal Point Road.A' Osceola Upthegrove. of Canal
Preble, Aberdeen, Wash. and Point. -: :'
u group of three Pompano men .. ,. .
A.. Mrs. Edith Strong, Winter Park.' '
were planning to open the new
It takes only seven little words to start you on a yard. One of the men died early Active pallbearers were Dr.I 1 NEW WELFARE WORKER
; program of automatic caving "Put me on the this week from a heart attack and Ralph Kidder, Dr. W. T. Forsee, W. .
Payroll Savings Plan !I'"' What's more, you don't R. Hooker, Marvin Unwin, DavidW. I'
was buried on Tuesday. The other Mra.Wilma Alley has announced
have to go far to say them. Juet say them to your I Bailie and A. B; DeGraw. Hon- "
will to Pahokee to the, of Mrs. Mary
men soon come appointment .. -
employer. He'll do all the work: set aside the orary were Otto Bleech, G. W.I Go-re '
make arrangements to open the to the Palm Beach County
amount you choose from your check and deliver Townsend, R. W. Lainer, R. V. AMI-,
your Bonds when you've accumulated enough for yard. son, Fritz Boyd and B. A. Belcher, Welfare Department. Mrs- Gore
purchase. I f will associated with Mrs.: Alley
Burial was at Hillcrest Memorial -..1n'th'e
The Bonds you buy now pay 3%% interest ,to EntertainI Park, West Palm Beach, with Glades Office Building* and
Unwins replaces .Mrs. Bruce Smith who recently -
maturity-and keep earning for 10 years after Williams Funeral Home, Belle
joined' her husband at FBragg'N. .
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maturity.So & FriendsMr.
Daughter Glade, in charge of arrangements.
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to.buy'' Bonds regularly where, I --- and Mrs. H. E. Unwin, 2397 Rainbows Attend .;PROX.; -ONE OP EVERY FOUft
you work through the Payroll Bacom Point Road, had as weekend I VISITORS IS SEEING FlORIDA'
Savings Plan. guests, their daughter Brenda whois Church In GroupIn '. ;- roR114E FIRST TIME I :

a student at Jones Business College A I!
Orlando, and three of her 'observance of the anniversary 1. .,

classmates, Miss Barbara of the founding of the Rain
You save more than with; Bryantof
money Lakeland and Miss Glenda Bowen bow Order, Mrs. Marie Hughes, (T1EEI

and Miss Glenda Barber both of mother advisor, has announcedthat :

U.S. Savings Bonds Haines City. Other guests were I the Pahokee Assembly, Orderof I 'j'T M
four students from Purdue University Rainbow Girls will attend the

li.TA. < :', : LaFayette Ind.. Jerry morning service at the Canal Point 1 "WffX/M./ I
'J'M..V.s.. Gwernmtnt doc. *ot pay for !) odr>ri lUgTreafury ,\
',Pepertment thank. *,' r"'a.ir jurttffaO' Griece, Larry Hammer, Garry,:Methodist Church as a group on
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Miss Kathleen Spencer, student I Airman 3-c Jimmy Maxwell arrived f '
To dramatize the gains duringthe
.: at Florida State University Tallahassee -i Thursday to spend a 14 day ; "
past 25 years, 1962 has ben
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her Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mrs. Ernest Maxwell. At the end
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Spencer. of his leave, he will report for I .. : ,."' : .. which the annual Cancer Crusadeis

:, Mrs. B. Elliott, Sr., was u recent Lincoln, Nebr. for duty. .,
now being conducted throughout
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; guest of her son and daughterinlaw :Mr. and Mrs. A. J. King and son.' .rr --..
,: Palm Beach County.The .
Mr; and Mrs. B. Elliott, Jr., on Pat, of Ft. Lauderdale were week- ::. -
annual fund raising and pub-
Bacom. point Road. end guests of his brotherinlawand
' I lic education campaign opened
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Carr of sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilt t I
April 1 and will continue through
Pompano: Beach visited Mr. and son and also visited his father. C.I
out the month with alt county
Mrs. Julian Branch and other relatives A. King, who is a patient in Ever-
.. communities taking part in a driveto
. Sunday. glades Memorial Hospital.
4 raise $125,000 to be used in a
II David Simonson who attends Robert Erickson who spent the
, fight against the disease.
Florida Southern College, returned spring holidays with his parents, oN > x. 4
Harry Massey, county Crusade
to Lakeland Sunday, after visit Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson, returned -
chairman noted this week that 25
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. to his studies it Southern
m1.L years ago there was no atom bomb
k Simonson. Missionary College at Chattanooga -
no television, no man in outer space
Miss Diana Graham of Naranja Tenn., Monday.Dr. .
and to date the progress of elec-
. was honored with a slumber party, A. W. Minner Wauchula,
tronics has not yet developed in
Saturday night at the home of a representative of the Christian
the field of research.
cancer
Miss Linda; Wilson .on Second Record Benevolent" Associationthat \ I
However, in human terms, he
Street. I IAir. prints braille literature for the
I ; 'J2 said, progress in cancer control has
.-' and Mrs. B. Elliott Jr., i blind, was in Pahokee, Monday: on
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been dramatic and remarkable. In
spent last weekend at TropicalFish I I business.Mr. N
1962 there will be over 1,100,00
'Camp on the Kissimmee : and Mrs. Alton O'Neal of
persons alive who have been curedof
River, i Ft. Myers spent Sunday here visit- ? ry w
1 cancer. Twenty-five years ago
Missy Kathy Wilson and class- ing relatives and his mother, Mrs.
there were 160,000.
" mate/Miss Barbara Gay, returned: Mary Maxey, who is a patient in
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The cure rate for cancer has
to theIr studies at Jones Business Everglades Memorial Hospital.Miss .
climbed from one out of seven 25
College, Orlando, Sunday* after Joyce. Brown and her class- .' --.."._-
years ago to better than one out
visiting;:her parents, Mn: and Mrs. mate, Miss Nancy Bowden. who CHASTAINMiss
MISS MARY SUZANNE of three today. This year. 42,000
J. H. "Wilson.Joe are students at Centra Florida
Suzanne Chastain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Chastainof people will be saved from cancer
'Graham of Naranja a former Junior College, returned to Ocala, Thomasville, Ga., and former residents of Canal Point, will be mar- I who would have been lost had they

student at Pahokee High School, Sunday, after spending the week- ried on the fifteenth of April to Ray Eugene Ulmer, Jr., in Thomasville I developed the disease 10
years ago.
was the weekend guest of Wayne end with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. at the First Baptist Church. Miss Chastain is a granddaughter of Mr.
"There is realizationamong
Boynton on East Main Street.: J. W. Brown. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux of Canal Point. a growing

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Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Loel Lence-of West

baby of Orlando visited his parents. Palm Beach:: visited the F. M. Wil-I I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Hignite Mrs. C. A. Major left last Friday I "that the possibility of preventing!
deaths from cancer today is -
Mr. and Mrs. Roscelle Wilson, last I son family of Canal Point Sunday I I I have as house guests, this week, for Greenwood, S. C. to be with her greater
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than for any other chronic di-
weekend. afternoon.Don Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe York, Ghent, mother-in-law, Mrs. D. T. Major,
1 I sease if the cancer is diagnosed
Rev/and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard Adams of Arlington, Vir- Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Burns of who fractured her hip and is in "
and Peo-
early promptly-treated.
had.as:.:recent guests Mr. and Mrs.: ginia, arrived Saturday afternoon! Loveland, Ohio and her brotherinlaw Self Memorial Hospital there.
he said
I ple, are becoming more and
Bruce Smith of Fort Pierce. ; after being called home due to the Melvin Burns of Oneida KY'j Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Parnell visited more aware that early diagnosis
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Stevie and Connie 'Batchelor returned death of his motherin-law, Mrs. F.I Recent guests were their relatives in Winter Haven, and I I and prompt treatment are the best

to their home in West Palm M. Wilson of Canal Point. law I their Gene at Florida Southern "
and daughter Mr. and :Mrs.! son, | protection against death from

Beach, Wednesday, after 'visiting Dennis Wilson returned to his Richard Darney and baby of Jack- College in Lakeland, Sunday. i cancer. .
their Mr. and Mrs. I I
grandparents, home in Troy Ohio, Monday after sonville.Dr. Harry Brooks Elarbee, local representative I "Presuading people to have an-
C. A. Batchelor for two weeks.
: being called home on account of and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong for the Amana Company :I I nual health check ups and to go t-:>

JI I the death of his mother, Mrs. F. M. ; will accompany her sister, Mrs. R. at Boe's, attended a school orf I their doctors at the first1 sign of

01" Wilson. i W. Bowers, who has been their air conditioning equipment at a danger signal is the principal

IassifiedAds David Ramey. who is stationed in house guestfor several weeks, to : Grand Rapids, Iowa, this week. He Objective of our Crusade's public

Cocoa, was the weekend guest of her ,home in Orlando, Sunday.! flew from Miami with 20 other education program," Massey said.

.. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George While in the center of the state I representatives from% the v. South. I tf' 'It, bears the same importance as ;J

YOUNG MAN WANTED,,with in- Ramey of Pahokee.Mr. they plan, to visit their ooasins: ,: Florida district. raising funds for cancer research." '

itiative to learn retail building and Mrs. Ernest Sundburgand Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ridencur in Tommy T. Tillis of Ocala spent I I -- .

material business. Must have some Mr. and Mrs. John Sundburg Leesburg.Mr. several days, this week with his

knowledge of" bookkeeping also returned to their homes in Iowa, uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley PTA
and Mrs. Glen Crews and Mr. Renames Mrs.EliMcCallAsPres.
chauffeurs drivers license. Pioneer Monday after being called to Canal Tillis. .
and Mrs. Edsel Pierce all of Wau
Lumber Company, Pahokee.. Con- Point due ,to the serious illness and Laith Nail of Leesburg is the
chula visited their uncle and aunt.
tact Vic Geiger; ,Apr. 6ctf death of their sister Mrs. F. M. guest of Mrs. Nall this week.
I x Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crews on South .
Wilson. .
FOR SALE: Gardenias bougain- Barfield Highway, Tuesday.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wilson and
villa,.exhoria, crotons, palms and and Mrs. Charles Phillipsand The annual election of officer
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edenfield of Mi-
varieties of other plants are now ami attended the funeral of their two sons, Donald and Bill, of 25 Members Attend was held Monday night by the Ca

ready.._Call Pope's .Nursery at Canal aunt, Mrs. F. M. Wilson, Monday Miami, were weekend guests of his Meeting Sears Home nal Point PTA and Mrs. Eli McCali ."

Point"at 2391. Apr 6-2tc afternoon.Mr. : mother, Mrs. A. C. Phillips. i was chosen to serve her second

HOUSE FOR RENT. :.Inquire and Mrs. Don Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carpenter en- The WSCS of the Canal Point I I year as president. Named along _I

Across from Crown Ice Co. A6tfiRAjTERR1FS daughter, Donya, of Arlington, Vir- tertained with a dinner party at Methodist church met at the homeof I with her were: ,Floyd Erickson, t

r ginia, are remaining for a visit their home, Tuesday evening in Mrs. Harlan Sears, hostess, with I first vice president; Mrs. James '1

FOR SALE. T with F. M. Wilson of Canal Point. celebration of his birthday anni Mrs. Leonard Maxson presiding. Gibson, second vice president; Mrs. ;!

order. Call Pahokee 7819. ,4tc Mr. and Mrs. Broadwine returnedto versary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. There were 25 members present. Earl Wilson, secretary; Mrs. Tom ,i

SUGAK :BOOM Is to hit. Ifyou'iiave their home in Saltville, Virginia, Vance Denton and daughter Ellen Rev. Shelley gave the devotionalsand Braddock; 'treasurer; and Mrs. Bil- ;
sure
room after being the guests of their soninlaw Jo, and son Danny; Miss Rebecca the program on Easter. Life lie Huddle, historian. ;
a or two for
spare
Grimes, Mrs. C. A. Shive, Mr. and membership certificates and presi A I
and Rev. special installation
rent, why not place an ad in this daughter, and Mrs. ceremonywill
column and watch results: A'phone Bob Shelley, for two weeks. Mrs. Milton Carpenter of Belle dent's pins went to Mrs. Maxson, be1 held on May 7 at which .

call andTjl.OO. will get the Job done. Mr. and Mrs. John Williams .ana Glade, and Mrs. Josie Templeton. president. Mrs. Pope Sears also time the newly elected officers will

Mrs. A. H. Scruggs returned presented her with a special pin take
daughters of Orlando were the ; ..up t their! new duties.

H0FOR SALE: Two New weekend guests of their parents Thursday after accompanying M s. with a miniature ,gave.to.. be,worn I :.M zt41 n nderson's secondgrade'T6cacpfiaF.

Homt sj Open and For Sale. P. A. Sizemore to Tifton, Ga., last with the, den't'a. piiU, ': 14 it. < ;
Mr. and Mrs J.. E. Williams, of pres J" . [ c ; Ruth Stew-
Creenstiij Aveaue Pahokee, Fla. Canal Point. I Sunday. Enroute home she visited: The'-'f"J3s1, !-'tibesta: .:; thtaop a ,#hiM V o opis tied for the b,
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Henry Jon Merkel Construction
her sister, Mrs. Ben Rizer in 3r': ttar7tttnlteach: member m< thly.atten: / "
Company Dec s.Mss Jeaning Iock Of Gainesville.athe 1t. award. At the :... 1

29J26c2t, r. weekendgpest\ oherparents vet.ff:3a. and her son-in-law ".. :f9 flJi feddidpoperat,-:. ) 'i "n..dur- retiirst of $-!'FlojiTlErickson., safety ,

ROOMS ARE NEEDED oftdaily. Mr. and Mrs. Rupe'rT Mock. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Calvi". .1iig'1.' the:past.years. chairman, the group will ask the

If you advertise this While here Jeanine attended the Padgett at Waldo. Jusf before the closing exercisesof county school board for improvedred

classified column, folks trill" know wedding of sorority sister in Dr. R. L. Hatton flew to Chicago. the meeting the group stood in warning lights on the school

where to '''find that spare' room.' Fort Lauderdale.Mrs. Sunday, to attend the national _silent prayer in memory of the late buses. '

Send and for ad to J Mrs. Hulda Wilson who
$1.00 was a
copy your meeting of The
the
Emma Wheeler will return American College program was presented by
The Everglades News Canal Point, charter member of the WSCS and
to her home in Lakeland today: of Obstetricians Gynecologistsat Miss Jane Plumer, county health

Fla. I after a visit of several weeks with the Palmer House. He returnedto also a past president. nurse, who Introduced Miss Banna
Following the tribute to Mrs.
FOR'SALE: New and used Willys Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Elliott of Paho Pahokee on Thursday. Rodriquez of West Palm Beach,

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's:Garage R. W. Schroder and little daughter Wilson the meeting was closed mental health, nurse consultant for

In Belle Glade Phone 3058.Oct. kee.Glenn Andrews is a patient at Tanya of West Palm Beach was with a prayer by Mrs. Maxson. the Palm Beach County Health Department -

17.54cb.ACREAGE the Everglades Memorial Hospitalin the,guest of his parents Mr. and who spoke of the coun-

Pahokee.Mr. Mrs. R. J. Schroder, last Saturday. I ty's facilities for treating mental

and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux I His visit was made especially to Vandegrif Beauty health patients which she said are

were the Sunday guests of relatives honor his father on his birthday.Mrs. Parlor In New HomeMrs. in urgent need of expansion._ _

in Fort Lauderdale.Mrs. Ruth Dobrow and Mrs.'Mary r

When you think of buying Joseph Rosenberg and Mrs Wall of Ft. Myers left Tuesday Ruby Vandegrif moved Uer HOME FROM ALABAMAC. '.

selling, or trading acre' L. Stuart who has been visit-
Harold Rosenberg of Laka Worth evening from West Palm beauty salon last weekend from the

age.eall me. Let too help were the guests of the F M. Wil- Beach by train for New York City small building opposite the First Ing relatives In Alabama returnedto
you ,to plan, buy or 4ell. No
son family of Canal Point Sunday where they sailed on the USS Methodist Church on Main Street his home in Canal Point, Monday -

obligation. afternoon.Mrs. United States, yesterday, for a six into new, modern quarters just recently night. He was accompaniedhome

Thurmond W. sight E. L. Munsell returned to week tour of Europe.E. constructed, adjacent to by his mother-in-law, Mrs.J. .

AcreageREALTOR, her home in Orlando Wednesdayafter F. McHwain returned from Paul's Service Station.. W. Enfinger, of Black Alabama,

Box 9998 Phone'S44-1S59 being called to Canal Point Good Samaritan Hospital. Wednesday Ed Edmondson has established a and his grandson Stuart Parker:

West-Pal :(Beach. FU. due, to the death of her sister-in- and is convalescing at his used car lot and office on the prem-. Walker, of Montgomery Alabama

law Mrs. F. M. Wilson home on Bacon_Point Road. ts vacated by Mrs. Vandegrift. .who, will! visit.'.- .Mr.jond Mrs. Stuart. .

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Group Of Canal Point :Party Planned April 11
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The of spiritual thoughtsto
power The annual theatre party of the
dispel apathy and idleness will
Pahokee Woman's Club will be held \
I I be brought out in Christian Sci-
Jn a S fi next Wednesday, April 11, follow-
ence church services Sunday. ing the luncheon at noon at tho
Bible in the Lesson-
readings Canal Point Community Hall. The
Sermon entitled will
"Unreality" members of the Belle Glade \Voman's -
include these from Prov-
verses Club will be guests. Mrs. Leon
verbs (6): "How wilt thou
long Spooner will be in,charge assistedby
First Methodist Canal Point The Methodist Church sleep 0 sluggard? when wilt thou Mrs. E. B. Gamble, hospitality
I I arise out of the sleep? Yet a little.'chairman. Mrs. Glenn Powell is

:. Church, Pahokee Baptist ChurchRev. Canal Point, FloridaRobert sleep a little slumber a little fold I chairman of the decorating com

ing of the hands to sleep: So shall.mittee.APPRECIATION.
Rer.. T. C. O'Steen Charles D. Stewart, Pastor A Shelley, Pastor i
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8:45 m.-Church School 10:00 m.-Church School
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hh 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-Morning: Worship armed man. I We wish to take this opportunity
i ., 6:45 p. m.-MYF 6:30 p. 'm.-Training Union. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship A correlative passage to be read of thanking every person who assisted -

I ., 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship from "Science and Health with Keyto I in making Poppy Day a complete -
I TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: the Scriptures" by Mary Baker I success. We netted $200.55

I'. 7:30 p. .-. Prayer. Meeting. 3:15 p.,m.-Youth Choir: practice Eddy states (p. 240): "If mortalsare I and are grateful for the splendid
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l. \ WEDNESDAY' 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week: devotions Church Of God, 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Tuesday2nd Society1st will be repeated until all wrong'I'I POPPY DAY SALES

work is effaced or rectifield. If I I COMMITTEE
8:30 mr-Senior Choir Barfield Highway
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. tice. I 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting at present satisfied with wrong-I I I
Pahokee Fla. WEDNESDAY: doing, we must learn to VISIT IN LAKELANDMrs.
I J. W. Hughes Minister 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting If at present content with idleness, Jess Elliott and son, Mike
The Church Of God Phone 3736 we must become dissatisfied withit. and her mother, Mrs. Emma

Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal SUNDAY: Canal Point First ." Wheeler will leave today (Friday)
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 1:1: 1I for Lakeland to visit Mrs. Clyde

Point Road 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship Baptist ChurchElder Sonny Hooks of Miami was the Harvey. Mrs. Elliott and son will

John H. Kinard, pastor 7:30 p. m. -Evangelistic Ser- weekend guest of his parents Mr. return tomorrow but Mrs. Wheelerwill
10:00 _a. m.-Sunday School viceTUESDAY R.E.Barfield and Mrs. D. L. ,Hooks of Canal remain for a longer visit with
11:00 a. m.-PreachIng Service : SUNDAY: Point. her daughter.
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7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. .-Prayer Service
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L.B.. THURSDAY: 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. Ii 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C.
\ Everyone welcome. Special muaio Service. 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship ONE 2-BEDROOM CBS HOUSE
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F .... First Baptist Service I
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I I The Pahokee ChurchOf Church, PahokeeGuthrie fcad 7:30 and p.4th TUESDAYS.-Ladies Auxiliary: AND SODDED

The Nazarene W. Colvard :Minister Meeting. Lot 65 x 135 On Cypress Ave. in Pahokee

Sunday School 9:45 a. m. --.
f Rev. Max D. Jones Pastor Morning Worship11:00: a. m. HOME FROM HOSPITAL WILEY TILLISGeneral

433 Bacom Point Rd. Training Union -6:30 p. m. Gene :Mcllwain cashier of the I
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882
Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. Bank of Pahokee. was returned to Building ContractorBox
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Wednesday Prayer his home in Pahokee on Tuesdayof
11:00 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. Service 7:30 p. m. this week after undergoing.! an 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127
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A warm welcome to all. operation at a West Palm Beach
6:30 p. m.-Juniors. -
7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening hospital. He is getting along nicely.
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Pahokee I St. Mary's Catholic 1'sr

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Rev.Li. Lossing Vicar '
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-- find new industry and added that can't be taken lightly," Lytal declared 11111111 i it t i 11 M ii 11 i i i i 11II111't' i 111111111 I It
Lake Lytal Seeks the 'commission has already'interested '. '"it is a responsibility for ,

t. "several fine 'prospects" ,in men of experience and considered THEATRES
- Board Reelection locating here. judgment." Lytal said since beinga
i Long interested in providing better county commissioner he has
PRINCE LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
educational facilities for the never been connected with anv,
e Lake Lytaf chairman and senior area Lytal said he will continue to business 'that would take his time Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
,' member of the board this week an- work for a state university at Bo'a from county affairs. "I will con- -
t nounced he is seeking reelection to i Raton; further development of tinue to devote full time to the 2 BIG FEATURES -
: the Palm Beach County Commis- .:Palm Beach Junior College and will duties,_ of the office" he said. SUNDAY MONDAY -TUESDA*
sion from District 2. I r give all assistance possible in *f party politics Lytal observed SUNDAY MONDAY-TUESDAY
APRIL 8-9-10
. "With! Palm Beach County on I It working out the many public "Development and growth of the
which from county brings problems to APRIL
school problems come many Last Sunset"BEN
expansion and increased enroll, the attention of the commission. I 8HUR-9-10"
ment. We have no time to become invol- "
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y'r work with land developers on pro- will continue to work for all the I CHARLTON HESTON, JACK KIRK DOUGLAS

: jects similar to past cooperative people of Palm Beach County pro- HAWKINS AND MAYA -ALSO-
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actions which have brought many viding a good administration of
outstanding subdivisions to the I their affairs." HARRAREET "SLIM CARTER"Mr.

0 .., county-developments with proper Lytal's: experience and recognized t n' 111 M 1i1 v iiv- i i i i 111 'i 11 i i 111 i ... n ; 111 t i i ,
drainage good streets and well ability as a public official has

I constructed homes.In lead to a number of major committee and Mrs. W. P. Jernigan of I Mrs. S. F. Griner of Miami was
sei another field of cooperation assignments. At the present Clewiston visited the F. M. Wilson the overnight guest Tuesday of
.. said he will continue to work he is member of the Stats
H, 'ar Lytal time a family Sunday afternoon. ::Mr. and Mrs.: E. S. Parnell.
with county municipalities on I Advisory Council on Problems of

joint projects which mean needed the Aged the State and County "" ", t ",,..-.'.",. I ''UI
improvements accomplished for the I Employes Pension and Retirement 1
benefit of both city and county Committee the State Children's I
Y residents. i Commission the Welfare Committee -
Chairman Lytal reported that a and the Taxation and Auditing Monday Cattle Sales '
vast road and bridge program encompassing Committee of the,State'Association .
-, some 25 to 30 crojects of County Commissioners.He .
the verge of tremendous growthand located throughout the county is is a past president of th? Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
industrial expansion and witha now being finalized. This construc- South Side Kiwanis Club and resides which is owned and operated by more than 120
1964 tion he said will cost In Lake Clarke Shores. Mr.
predicted county populationof program I Florida Cattlemen. =
some 300,000 people the future" from $10 to $15 million and will be and Mrs. Lytal's son will be graduated 1--:
Lytal said "calls for experienced financed from anticipated gas tax this year from Florida State i! You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here
planning to provide services and with no money drawn from levies I University and their daughter Will I at this Market. We make an effort at all times to give

facilities for this, growth. Having against real estate. "- complete her -freshman: year at the an outstanding service to buyer and seller: Give us
been closely associated with the Another project now being developed -I same college.
county's past development 1 De- Lytal continued is expan-J Lytal firmly believes that a ) a trial.
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lieve the knowledge and experience sion of the county home and hos- I county commission can only show -:-:-:+:-:-:<<-:-:-: :-:-:+
1 have gained as a county commissioner ; pital a $350,000 project financedby progress with'the help of Its em- t-
will be a valuable asset for matching Federal funds and ployes. have great pride in Palm SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
the future." when completed will fill a need long Beach Co nty"s organization" he II I--:
Reviewing commission activitiesin recognized by the board-added said, "a group of outstanding ue.
which he has shared an important facilities for the aged indigent and partment heads and devoted em Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION :
role, Lytal noted the many new mentally ill. ployes who have made this organization I
industries which now call Palm Today operation of Palm Beach ,one or the best in the state." I
Beach County home-firms which County the chairman noted is big Chairman Lytal's bid for reelection -
include Pratt & Whitney RCA, business covering more than 20 will be subject to a Democratic On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

Minneapolis Honeywell Precision fields of endeavor and costing $32- Primary election May 8, when two Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager
Scientific and others. He pledged 000 per day. others will be on the ballot for the '"
himself to continue his efforts to "This is a responsibility that same commission post. Jr.ll IT'll '1;1t \
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