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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: March 27, 1964
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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Police Chief Leon Harry Elarbee AtLennox Nine Mile Bend Rd.

Has Meeting
Pahokee P.T.A. Group :

Plan Making
Guthrie RunningLeon
Boe's In
Harry B. Elarbee of _
From Its Pahokee, spent February 23 and

Interesting_ History Guthrie, chief of police ir 24 in Dectaur, Georgia, attendingthe Plans were put in the mill Mon-
for a
annual dealer meeting of Len- day to secure right-of-way
Pahokee, has qualified for re-elec- Industries Inc. He was among new road in the ,vicinity of the

Formation In 1929 To 1964 tion in the annual city election Chief to nox approximately 300 people representing Glades Sugar House to facilitate

be held May: 5 at city hall dealers who came from cane movement. vegetable trucks
Guthrie will be seeking his eighth according -
vehicles
Florida, South Carolina Georgia and farm service
,. To Vote 2-year term as head of Pahokec'spolice to hear 'to County Commissioner Paul
' Residents of this area will be Register Alabama and Mississippi

interested in some of the finding Here In Canal Point commenting department.In upon his .qualification Lennox president John W. Norris Rardin. Com., Rardin asked thcounty ac-
commission to assign
number of new pro-
Wilkinson t\S introduce a
of Mrs. James: Harry for re-election Chief Guth- department
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to the
for information on ducts, especially a revoluntionary quisition of right-of-way
she searched to thank the peo-
want
If name isn't on the registration rie said: "I set Pomeroy Dunbar
your said to under
the Pahokee P. T. A., its past pre; Pahokee for allowing me to furnace heat exchanger
list so that you can vot ple of in operation. it is to secure such
information ; standards quiet whose job
idents and other interesting of chief new
the capacity
form book to be sent in the coming primary election you serve them in An open house was held at the rlghtof.wRY.for new roads. '.
to a I assure
right here in Canal for these ae\%ral years. to connects' the Airport
can register treated
road
,The
P. T. A. office in: reelection plant and guests were
to the county that upon
Point. Mrs. F'aye Ursry has been each and everyone banquet at Druid Hills CountryClub. Road and SR 80 at Nine Mile Bend
Beach. a
Palm to carryout
West
Wilkinson is historian for deputized and is fully commissioned ( I will continue in a In addition to new heating and leaves the airport road at a
:Mrs. office
the
to register you and she has tin the duties of information Sam Senter Packing
product
conditioning near
the local P. T. A. Presidents of the manner as I and air point
1929 to 1964 are as proper forms for you to fill out. fair and businesslike the assembled dealers House. At present the"canal bank,
P. T. A. from the street ironPugh's have done in the past. it ts
She lives across of new advertising with little dab of rock on ,
informed a
follows: Mrs. L. W.. Armstrong Guthrie the depArtment , were
Evii Chief
Carmen Salvatore, Mrs.: L. L. Barber Shop in the, Under modernized And campaigns; and special dealer sales being used as an emergency roadto
: Keen home. Her phone number is. has been semis on, and
aids. cane
E> run empty
Ira York, John u- outstanding and promotional
Mrs.
,
Stuckey the
of
Sr 47350. Give her a ring right now bas become one .- Com. Rnrdin said the road wouldbe
,
lan ', :Mrs. J. E. Cochran, departments in
and tell her that you're coming tc small city police included in next year's budgetIf
Dalton
M. C. Garrett, Mrs. A. H. 3H. register. Tne books are closed bylaw South ,Florida. Cancer CrusadeAll the right-of-way is donated to
Mrs. J. Mr.
McLarty
G C. that
Mrs. bettcl'reglst : the years In
on April 4, so you'd Through the county before. budget time

Elliott Mrs., R. J. Schroder, Rev. C. r todaGoodbody/.- . been Guthrie particularly has been Chief proud he of has the Set To Go June of this for, year.Request this. particular road

A. Moberg, Mrs. D. W. Cunning; child has been ser-
record that no of tho
been made by officials
ham, Mrs. H. E. Unwin, Mrs. J. C. Concern iously injured in the school zones has and Lake

tJchoeppel, Mrs.: Paul Sassei, Mrs: "This record has been accomplished More than 1,000 volunteers stan-i:! Glories Sugar House Cooperative, both

E. A. Jensen, Mrs. John A. Dulany, through the splendid coopera ready this week to take another Shore Growers '
.
Keen, Mrs. Roy;: Hired By County of the nation: of Belle Glade.Commenting
:Mr s. Elsworth tion of the motorists and parentswho strike against one on the right-of-way

Vandegrift, W. O. Moss, James H. \ use the two school zones greatest killers-cancer. Rardin said: "I feel sure thatIt
Com.
and Mrs. Ellis Wilkiii "With cooperation volunteers come from evcrj
Wilkinson ; Chief said. The
the
The County: Commission this dally:! bound, together will be forthcoming right away
like we life and are '
the future walk of
son. 'in the fellown .s;
the firm, of Good because'\ several of
a"E.. E. Bishop was the first ,principal week'employed iti have had in the.past, 'we can'con by a common belief thai ; their intention of
School body and company to acas; curbed-eventually have signified
Pahokee the
High of be
of tinue to take excellent care cancer can The new
bond
thirty fiscal agents for a proposed and 'public will donating right-of-way.
Informed
There are approximately as they travel to cured. If an
'to finance construction of anew youngsters road can be included In next year'1IIbudget
1 issue
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P.
members of the concluded
five charter Internationa from school, the Chief lend its support. the right-of-way is signid -.
at if
terminal of Cru
in 1929. team
A. which was founded Heading this large "
In 1934-35 the P. T. A. became a Airport. saders Is R. Carroll Peacock, Palm up before June.
and state The action was unanimous, but architect, who has 'been T The new road will be known as
member of the county Beach
federation with a membership of: not before Commissioner Paul Rar Advertise For Bid volunteer crusader for several "Nine Mile Bend Road" in the

in din charged that the sudden pro- he served as ounty road system Com Rardin
two hundred, the largest any Last year
years.
P. T. A. group in Palm Bead) po-.ol: for' retaining the firm out"is Surface Ramie Rd.The hairman of the West Palm Bench laid." '-' -. -
another of bringing things
case
(continued on page 8)) business division.In .
. cold in the commission meeting. addition to his work for the Acres Of Corn
5100
of
Apparently a majority part county commission this American Cancer Society, Peacock

Past Patrons Past the five man board had approved week took several actions aimed.at has taken an active part in community -

the firm's proposal. The "three stepping up road construction in service projects put on by Planted One Week
action, in the past, has
signature" I the Glades section of the county.In he Jaycees and Kiwanis.
Matrons HonoredMrs. been applied to routine board ac- one action, requested by Com- The annual April Crusade, he

tions which are later brought up missioner Paul Rardin, the board laid, will serve two vital purposesit A few short weeks ago ths area

in regular meetings for confirmation agreed to ask the State Road Department - will raise needed funds for experienced a frost which killed

Annette McCurdy presentee and for reading into the to provide plans for Lar- ancer: research and will also serve several thousand acres of tender

a program honoring past matron: minutes. rimore Road In older that steps! as a means of distributing Informative jreen'' com that had been planted

and past patrons of Pahokee Chap Rardin said matters of this kind could be taken to determine where literature on the strides beIng tor the spring crop. Farmers wens

ter 184 Order of Eastern Star, al should be discussed by the entire crossings and water lines shouldbe made against the disease. planting corn the afternoon of therpst

the regular meeting of the chapter commission before any definite located. One of the most important and that week 510O acres of

in the Masonic Hall. action is taken-"this three signa- The commission, also voted to (continued on page 8) c orn went,back into'the ground. t.
Mrs. Eunice Hughes, worthy ma deal is being run into the ,, ... investlgatlonshowa.tl&t
ture call for ,bidiTi-j'; ,fox .> resurfacing --- ,Further:::l
tron, and Perry Sizemore, worthy ground, ," he added.Rardin'who .- mile> 'stretch of ;Ramie Roads( r nother,3306''acre,were planted .

.. patron, ,said '12:past matrons and is ,vice chairman of seven In another action, and in""answer* Kiss.Everglades: the.following we.k...-Th 8e' arecial of-
: patrons were-presented gifts board said .he"had no quarrel this'amountf
past thel: to; a request, by the :.South, BayPTA figures.;, With '
: by Mrs.McCurdy. with Goodbody& Company,.saying the coming Into harvest at onetime
c : board voted to ''ask corn
the
.1>1 :. Mrs. Jennie McKinstrsece; he believed the'"firm to be out- State Road Department to conduct I Contest April 17 ( in the next few weeks growers -
''was' instructed to ,write a Continued Pago 8)) that the
,w tary ( on a traffic light survey on State :are of the opinion
letter thanking- Palm Beach Chap- - school. being enjoyed today
Road 80 at the South Bay $;3.50 price
'J 41 for its gift of an Easterr The Second Annual Jaycees
ter Heavy traffic at this time of year, Contest will be wUl"slump considerably.. .
Star rug which was used by the Rainbow Girls Get endangering "Miss Everglades" . -
for the first time at the:; the request said, is held Friday, April 17th, 7:30 p. m.
group who
the lives of school children Pahokee High School Audi- 'Service To
meeting. _ ,_ New MembersAt have to cross the 'road where no in the Union

13 signal is in operation.The I torium. for girls: Age 16

Pahokee Baptists I board also agreed to start to Requirements 18. Resident of any community Mark Easter Day
meetingof the of condemnation pro- and
Easter Program the regular right way around Lake Okeechobee
Pahokee Assembly 16, Order of ceedings for Improvement. of Ice Single.

-the First Baptist Rainbows for Girls,'a class of four Plant Road, as .soon as necessary Contestants are to have a sponsoring Members,, of the Canal Point
The Choir of will present candidates was initiated into the agreements are made available by business or organization.They Methodist church and Canal Point
Church of Pahokee Lee Adams. Road Department. church ''will unite In joint
Risen" an Easter Order with Miss Mary the State can arrange for their own Baptist
"The Lord Is and her' staff of . Easter morning services in front:
Scripture and Song by worthy advisor, . sponsors or the Jaycees: will. I ,
in
message Soloists will officers in charge of the Contestants will be judged in of the Community Building in.

Mrs. Guthrie Lee Wroten Colvard.and Mrs. Bill i I The class! included inluation.\\Girl Scout Group evening dresses. Application forms Canal Point at 6 a. m., Sunday.
be Mrs. Miss Susan : Miss Rev. Robert A. Shelley, pastorof
The Male Quartet will :Harrington, Names New LeaderThe can be secured by writing
Shirley. You There?" Mrs. I Ethel Johnson and ,: Everglades Contest, Box 645: Pa- the' Methodist church, will bring
sing "Were the Easter Day sermon and a 40
will direct Miss VerlonJones I Johnson.: board of the Palm hokee. .. .
Colvard with It: was announced that the Pa- executive . ... piece choir will star under the direction -
will be at the organ I I Girl Scout Council haa Stewart
: Glades
$230
the hokee Rainbow girls collected HOME FROM HOSPITAL of Rev. Lrwrence
at leaderof
Batchelor Justice,
Miss: Dorothy 1 I I in the recent local leukemia fundraising named Mrs. Laurie 247, Alton Jones was able to returnto of the Baptist church.VMrs. '
piano. "The drive They'were assistedby Pahokee Girl Scout Troop home this week after a two William T. Gist will l e>
wil speak on District his
of Girl Scout
The Pastor Resurrection". Mrs. Marie Hughes, Mother new chairman week stay in St. Mary's -Hospital.He soloist for the occe slon.
Glory Of The EveningWorship advisor and Mrs. Ona, Fay Ursry. Three, which includes troopsin was joined by Mrs.! C. B. Jones: Coffee and doughnuts are to be

At the 6:00: be observed Miss Gloria Hall and Miss Ruthelle the southern part of Lake Okee.cbobee who has been staying in Clewlston served before and after the ser
will Moore
Pahokee to
Supper
Lord's from .
the hostesses duringthe vices. '
of the First Vandegrift were during her son's illness.
Congregation
by the I servingof refreshments. Haven.
Baptist Church. er
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--- |h6uncfek! .hte-candidly' for that i ii ployed by the UnlteVl stat s'' Gov-
t< 1 I ernment as an acc I 1 '. w : i j post.Mr. Moss has been a resident'orj In view of the above'bacKground,
{ 20 fcf#. Moss feels hI 'Can*render tothe
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j West Palm Beach for the 'past:
i 'people of Palm Beach Countya
-- -- I 1 years. He was born in Kentucky, service that. would''-be'..both efficient -
{Is married, a member of the First and courteous, and 'pledge
j I i JMethbdist! Church of West Palm his untiring'effort to maintain and
i tBeacH'and' :resides at 240T Parker where possible improve the func-
Avenue, In West Paint'' Beach. tion of the office he seeks.
I iff. atefe+ tied had fifteen years .

I"I" .t'I in city" artd county'' government EASTER: ''. AT' II OME
work waS 'supervisor. of payrolls
: He Mistf Ruth Colvard of Stetson
'' of West Palm
for the city University, DeLand, Florida, Is in
I Beach for ten yeSrat"'resigning: this Pahokee spending the Easter 'vacation

The-Rardirr Buitoing'In Can af 1 Poin'tl)Florida, I'I comptroller post to become of P J Assistant'1m Be'ach' .to Coun the with,, her parents, ReV. and
; Mr*. Guthrie Colvard.
THS7? LAME ok: icett BEEn ION'HoAlB J OF*. ty. This past year he resigned to
I become.Chief of .the ,Civil D1V1sI0'rilof . ...
THE EVERGLADES, NEWS j I the Palm Beach County Sheriff's RETURNS FROM TEXAS .
:
A = Department."He Is now' ; secretary- Miss Lorraine Dunnaway has-returned -
I I treasurer of the Glades Window 'after visit to
Serving: the Lake Okeechobee Farming: Region Without to her home a
Interruption Every Wcek'' lorNe'ariy 40'Years ., I,! Company, Inc., of Belle Glade, Dallas, Texas, where she was the
Florida. of her fiance's mother, Mrs.
Established M4rch' 11, 1924 Published Every Friday Mr. Moss is a graduate of Green guest Aylene Rawles and family.

Slib 'l1itfdd"fII'I (?.$*.00 Year In AdvanceTheJEWt'gladNei WILLIAM C. MOS I County1 High School Bowling ,f.'
Green Business University and has
htIe Entered at the Post Office had an extension course in Per LAMP IS BAND JUDGE.
In CariiF'Point, F $tt da'ai::' Second Class MatterPaul' William 'c. Moss sonnel Administration.Before Mr. and Mrs. R: O. Lampi spent

j West Palm the weekend in Jacksonville where;
,Rardin- For Circuit Clerk moving to
Owner Editor Publisher
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Beach in 1944, he was employedby Mr. Lampl'served as a judge in the
William C. 'M6BJT has qualified the Curtis Wright Corporationof District Four senior high school-
Cairtptfell> Cathdid te'orcSuperintendent Commissioners for' the post'' of Circuit Court Clerk I. Louisville Kentucky, aa an accouriiant. band contests.' The contests:wer6
for Palm Beach Count And n-I tte" has also been em held at Terry Parker H1glf'Sbl16O1'.k : :
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PitkPoll'WorkersA
Democratic Martin V. Campbell,

principal of Boynton Elementary .. .'
school is a candidate for Superintendent
formula for measuring hoW .
of Public Instruction in the
many Democrats and how many
forthcoming Democratic primaryto
,
be held May S, 1964. Republicans should be named as r. . .
'
Campbell, 45; ol:''Lake Osborne clerks and inspectors In each of

Hills, has been a Palm Beach the county's voting precincts still
County resident since July, 1959.Me remains a question this week. I" ::; .
is an ordained Baptist minister, County Commissioners Monday .<
married,with two sons_teaching in i ... .. ..
tried to find a formula but
finally
school tJPalm system Beach, and County'a daughter public at decided to keep precinct workersas /.f. '64 Jet.smooth Chevrolet I Impala Sport Coupe' ((119-in.wheelbase)" ''::.; \:"";r.,1,,:_

Lake Worth senior high school. they are now and not try to :.. !
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His 16 'years school experience make any changes at this time. .:'. ,1

includes classroom teaching from Each commissioner Is to name :. .;
kindergarten through the? twelfth poll workers in his district. i 'j.;'J :i /" '<'
grade. Also, Campbell has been an Commissioner Lake Lytal said .' :
assistant dean at the University of he believed the'' board should'adopt I

Alabama for more than four a policy of some kind In order to ,', i' ,I.
years. facilitate listing officials and do- .oI.'I ;. .
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For four years he' was superintendent -' Ing the necessary legal advertising ..:'. f ''Co r.t ,
of schools of Cullman ... e. '

County,Ala., by appointment of the Louis Morrell assistant supervisor =.< .... '!I.. New Chevelltf I frfttfbu Sport Coupe (115-in. wheelbase) .$f" i+ < .,
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governor and Cullman County of registration, who was at- J 4M'I':: : . \, .
School Board. t <'. '../ '
tending the meeting on another i4h:1r I : .,.' j' .
In Palm Beach County, he has matter,-suggested that three Democrats' . ..\ ,, .:", .'....
been a visiting, teacher, and' was and two Republicans be ,' ,.. '",;,j. . .. 4;
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county director adult and veteran '. . ,
of named In each of the precincts. Ha v. 'I'j' ,.
education for two-and-a-half said his suggestion was based on :-w.f; ; 1! "
years before becoming principal at the: fact there are 80,000 registered .
Boynton Elementary. Democrats and 30.0OO: registered 't 's'
He has an A.B. degree In education Republicans.Board ;" ;.. .
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and religion from Howard Chairman Edward Band- ; .' '1"j': .
College, Birmingham, Ala.,. an M. low said he believed It should be .:: '
'64 Chevy U Nova Sport Coupe (110-in. wheelbase '. '
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S. degree from Alabama Polytechnic three Republicans and two Demo- : .... ;....
Institute, Auburn, "and 66 crats. His view was shared by I .. r , III''._
semester hours of further graduate [Commissioner. George W a r r e n N .
hours, towards a doctor's degree -I Both Bandlow and Warren said : '.
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In educational administrationand I they had already picked precinct r. ; ;

supervision from the Universities workers on that basis. : \
of Alabama and Florida, I "
Said Chairman Bandlow, "it's.he ,i : "'.. .t,
'Auburn and Florida State University. only patronage we have and I ., .
." feel the people at the polls should *. .0;. \. . "I
If.
Three other Democrats-Robert f
should represent the party
powerof
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W. Fulton, Edward M: Eissey and the commission." The county f'i ":.: ;', .1 L. 0' ''; 64 Corvair Monza Club Coupe (108-fn.. wheelbase) I; ;,'
John J. McDonald-have also qualified board is now made up of three ,
for this race, plus one- -Republican [Republican members and two ;, :. :.:. ) fo., : :'
Lloyd F. Early. ;
Democratic members. ., :
Incumbent is John W. Martin, kJ "
The board finally agreed that In '
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a' "caretaker" appointment by view of the short time before the'! . :.}.
Gov. Farris Bryant to completethe first primary election that no .f
unexplred term' of Howell L; changes in the appointment formula \..
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Watkins Primary election date Is should be made at this time. .. .- :; ; :f ::" ft: 'If"

:Mays. ___| __,..?ifcr _!, Morrell appeared before, the :...... ..,' { .
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board 'to" request: overtime'pay for 64 Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe (98-in. wheelbase f
:Miss Faith Sasser is now livingin workers In the registrars office ; .,- ) .
Atlanta, Ga., where she Is employed during the current rush. The com- 0 ,.

of7R1ch'in.'t tti Department'pftTadttnel Store department? : quest.mission approved the overtime. re Chevrolet will go to any length:


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N'T E Things'have'changed a lot since a Chevy rolet and Chevy II (and between parking

ALL was only. a. Chevy. Especially your ideas meters, with five whole feet left over).
YOU at the of'what you'want a Chevy to be. Then, too, 'there's the sporty 15-foot1

r So now you have the'Jetsmooth'ClievCorvalr, so right for so many people (you'
-w _ fabulousAll rolet-17H! feet of pure luxury, bumper girls, in particular) that we've never
to bumper. The size makes it a luxury:car touched an inch of it. And finally Cor-
rf' t pH11t. 1 New But not the price. vette-still 14M feet and still too,much

f' PALM BEACH KtHftfL CUT Or you can choose the thrifty Chevy II, for any true sports-car lover to say'no to.
a '15M-foot 'family car with all kinds of The long and short of it is; you 'don't

passenger and I luggage space. 0 have to go to any length to find exactly ,
" NITEL.YEXCEPT This year, your choice might be the kind of car you ''want. Just

. SUNDAY the new 16-fooUplus Chevelle, ... see the five different lines of cars
\1' sized between Chev-
; THRU to fit nicely at your Chevrolet dealer's.

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.. ., 'A: With. Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the 11'o") A
):; $25.00 fourteen months; faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide ., ,' l.
Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses, while E Bonds build a t+w!:.#
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Page Four- -.,-:""...,",- Th EvergUdes News Canal Point Florida 334S8<< Friday. .


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r. :Mr. and'Mrs. Lon Wilson have as Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeauxwere and only attendant was

their guests their 'granddaughters.Lonna the guests of Mr. and ,Mrs. Mrs. Lamar Fryar. of Fort Pierce.

LOCALS and Lora Elliott of Talla Ray Ulmer In Clearwater. Sunday. Harlan Sears served as his son'sbest :t I

't hassee. H. W. Strickland of Atlanta.Ga. man.

1 Kay Lynette Starling celebratedher is the guest of his sister and The reception following the cere

# 4th birthday with a party heldat brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Paul mony was at the home of the BIRTHSMr. .

the Pahokce City park. Amongthe Rardin. during the Easter holi! bride's brother-in-law and sister.i

25 guests present were her days. Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Fryar. :

father John Starling and her . ... i Attending the wedding and reception and Mrs. Loren Frank Roa-

Mrs. Paul Tillery and Mrs. Max- grandparents Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Linda Whitaker Wed from Canal Point were the! enburg. announce the birth of a

ine Joycerihotored: to Ft. Myers Starling all of Jacksonville. bridegroom's parents Mr. and son Mark Long born March 19.

this week:::where' Mrs. Joyce Joned William Piper. President of the To Dr. Charles Sears Mrs. Harlan Sears his sons Bruce,.I Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stanley

her daughter ror a trip to Talla- Piper Aircraft Co. was the week- and Reid Sears, and his aunt. Mrs.I Rippy. announce the birth of a.

hassee where they will be the end guest of. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Miss Linda Whitaker and Dr. Marion Brock.Following daughter March 23.

guests of'.her? granddaughter and Shirley during the recent Aviation Charles B. Sears both of Fort the wedding trip to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Richard

family Mri-' ; ,and Mrs. Lee Thompson. Seminar held by the Jaycees Mr. Pierce were united in marriage in Georgia and other points in the Smith of Indiantown announce the

Jr. ,Mrs.- Tillery was' accom- Piper was guest speaker during the a simple single-ring ceremony South, Dr. and Mrs. Sears will be birth of a son. March 23.

panied home by her Daughter seminar.Mr. held at the Parkview Baptist at their home, 1516 Cortez Blvd., - -

Sissy who attends school there.. and Mrs. Lee Wroten and Church. Fort Pierce Friday March Fort Pierce.RETURN'S INDIANA VISITORSMrs.

I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain of children, were guests of her parents -. 20. at 7:30 p. m.. with Rev. Adrian - Dan Borgnaes of South

Cairo Ga., were the guests of her .. :Mr. and Mrs. Haywood Bax- Rogers pastor officiating.The TO LAKE CITY Bend. Indiana will arrive for a

I sister and family Mr. and Mrs. ter in Immokalee, Sunday. bride daughter of Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. Walter Cross have visit with her parents, Mr. and
Ray Slngletary, Sunday. They also Mike stationed Mrs. L. Whitaker of Fort Pierce,
Young-blood now
visited his returned to their home at Lake Mrs. Dan Carpenter and other relatives -
brother. Saul Chastain. at Great Lakes Naval Training is a graduate of Dan McCarty
who is City after he completed a revivalat on Sunday March 29th and
a, patient in Good Samaritan Station in Illinois has been ad- High School and the Florida College the Community Methodist Church will leave the following weekend.Mr. .
Beach.
Hospital, West Palm vanced recruit officer. of :Medical MI-
Mr. Mrs. to petty Technology. In Lake Harbor where his fath- Borgnaes who teaches at
and J.
her 'Mrs. P. Herring and Mike Joined the U. S. Navy in ami. She is presently employed as er-in-law. Rev. J. O. Jaminson Is Notre Dame University will be unable
slater
Maddox the
were
medical
technician
February. and secretaryin
i weekend guests of Gene Herringand pastor. t to accompany her.
the office of Dr. Sims. Fort
family in Homestead. George McElhenny Jr.. has returned -
to in At- Pierce.
Emory University
Robert
floe of the
University of
Florida In' lanta after visiting his parents The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
I Gainesville was the and Mrs. Harlan Sears of Canal
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. McElhenny.
guest of his mother. Mrs. Hugo
Point. A graduate of Pahokee
: Boe over the weekend. Miss Velma Williams has returnto -
M High School he attended Florida
:Miss Linda Woofter of Stetson' Mercer College after a visit
Southern College. Lakeland before
with her Mr. and Mrs.J. .
University',is spending the spring! parents.
enrolling at Univer-
Emory
: holidays with her parents, Mr. and E. Williams.
sity. Atlanta Ga-. where he received -
Mrs. Robert Woofter.Joe Dr. and Mrs. James McCall and
a doctor's degree fromEmory's
Alderman, Jr., SouthernCollege family of Atlanta will arrive Fri- School of Dentistry two
in Lakeland, 'is the to the Easter
guest day spend holidays
in
years ago. His dentist's office is
of his parents, ),11'. and Mrs. Joe with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J.
the Professional Building at Fort
Alderman. Sr. L. McCall in Canal Point. Pierce.

Cap and Mrs. Charles McCur- Mrs. Arnold Barad has returned The nuptial music for the wed-

dy and children of Myrtle Beach, to her home inYest Palm ding was furnished by Mrs. Cath-
S/ C., are the guests of his mother
Beach after being the guest of Mr. erine Jeffers. organist and Mrs.

Mrs. Annette, McCurdy and her I and Mrs. James Gibson. Darrell Biggies vocal soloist.
parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Howard.Mr. Paid br Kelly for Governor Campaign fundgood
Mrs. O. R. Bleech Mrs. Don The bride's matron of honor.
and Mrs. Robert Apelgren
Hillier Mrs. L. W. Armstrong and
had as their guest recently Don I
I Mrs. L. L. Shirley attended the
Steiner of Columbus. Ga.
f I funeral of Mrs. Richard motherof
: Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Sprowls
Mrs. J. T. Platt in Clewiston. A j
have returned to their home at
Thursday.
Buffalo Ky... after spending two 7'
.1 months with their daughter and attended the funeral of Mrs. Rich

I family. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin awl mother of Mrs. J. T. Platt in When want
Crady.Mr. Clewiston. Thursday.. you something good-

and Mrs. W. H. Rogers and Mrs. Lawrence Stewart recently really good to drink
attended the nominating committee chances are you think of Milk. _
aon Billy of Ft.
Myers were the re
cent guests' of her mother Mrs.Maxine meeting of the Palm Lake W.M. Can you think of anything that would '
Joyce. U. which was held at the Firs taste better than a tall glass of ice cold milk

Baptist Church of Greenacres.Mrs. , and And
when you think of a healthy drink,
NOTICE Or ANNUAL MEETING Stewart is chairman of that
OF LANDOWNERS OF you think first of milk. All in all,
committee.
EAST Notice SHORE U hereby DRAINAGE given that DISTRICT pursuant Mrs; W. S. Cross was able to return healthy' Milk is nature's most nearly perfect: food ...

-to East can Shore of the Drainage Board of Supervisor District the of 'to her home Saturday after . and a delightful,beverage anytime.

,", annual raevtlTiK of landowners of a twoweek*stay in the local hospital i So, whenever you think,of
Bast Shore -Drainage District for .-* '' "
( the year 1964. will be held at the officeof Good and Healthy-think of Milk. '
said District In the Rardin Building Mrs. Mamie Gandy is a patientat .::
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at Canal Point. Palm Beach County. Everglades Memorial Hospital. r.
Florida on Monday. April 0. 1964. at lt.4 DAIRY COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA p'
10:15 o'clock In the forenoon for the Miss Patricia Stewart is spending .L
::purposes of: the holidays with her parents. .
1. Electing one Supervisor for' a -
term of three years. Rev. and Mrs. Carl Stewart at -
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2. Receiving annual reports and Enterprise. Ala.
taking such action with respect
thereto as the landowners. may Mrs. Robert Shelley was able to ,.
determine: and return to her class Monday after
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Transacting such other business
I as may come before the meeting. recovering from a recent illness. 1
BOARD OP SUPERVISORS OP honored I
EAST SHORE DRAINAGE Melvin Spooner was ::
DISTRICT with a surprise birthday dinner I
By: Clarence W. Knecht.. his wife
PresidentPublish Sunday night given by
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: March 20. 2?. 1M4. Eva.H.. NOTICE I

NOTICE' OF ANNUAL MEETING Perry Gainey of San Antonio .
OF LANDOWNERS OF PELICAN is the guest of his sister and famIly -

LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE DISTRICT Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Spooner.Mrs. '
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
to call of the-Board of Supervisors of Chester Batchelor has returned -
Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District the to her home after a visit To Whom It May Concern
annual meeting of landowners of Pel- : '
loan Lake Sub-Drainage District for with her son and family Mr. and
the year 1964. will be held at the office Mrs. Lavon Batchelor of West
o< said District In the Rardln BulMlng
,t Canal Point. Palm Beach County. Palm Beach. Paragraph 2 of Section 298.66
Florida on Monday. AprU 6. 1904. at Mrs. Ollie' Adams is In Clewiston Florida Statutes, reads as
11:15 o'clock In the forenoon for the
purpose oft< while her daughter. Mrs. Margie!! follows: .i>
1. -one Supervisor for a at Hendry
term three years. Stevens is a patient
t. : 2. Receiving, annual reports and County Hospital. Mrs. Adams will
'6*- taklagr-vuetk action respect for her daughter's family un- "Whoever shall willfully otherwise
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care or obstruct
canal
drain
:-' tberef* a _the landowners maydeterctteet any ditch. -.f
... to return home. ;
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3. Transecting such other business Mrs. Earl Macon and Mr*. Will 'I .or water. COUl'Sep or unpefle or obstruct the flow of water therein or ; i
before the ,
as may come meeting. 1 ,
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BOARD' AOBT DsnTICDQH.DStAiti- Margie Stevens at Clewiston where damage destroy any drainage works constucted by any drain- : --:

By President' : Clarence W. Knecht. she is a patient in Hendry County age district, upon conviction thereof shall be punished by imprisonment -

Publish: March 20. 27. 19M. HoapltaLff
in the state prison not to exceed five years or in the county jail


I IJ not to exceed twelve months or fined not exceeding five thousand


t j SINGER J dollars."

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This is to advise that any one violating: the provisions of


J t SLANTAMATIC (Model BOO) the above statute will be prosecuted accordingly I for any dam..


NOW ON SALE age or destruction done to any canal or drainage ditch be-


longing to the East Beach Water Control District as shown on


: :; Vacuum Cleaners with Attachment. District Plan of Reclamation dated November, 1961.

, Brand New from $39.95

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BEACH WATER
CONTROL, DISTRICT

PAHOKEE BELLE GLADE By BOARD SUPERVISORS
225 S. Lake Ave. 308 Avenue A
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-T .. . .= .= = = =.=. .=,= =..==.,=-=.=...:.. ;Walter;:JButler, ;Jr.XsNazarene'Speaker: Mr. FKOM"j"A!,t..Layender haye
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!fl' Mews Of The Churches 'I The Walter Task Butler of-Preparing, Jr., spoke Leaders"at on mother services, Mrs.were Maggie held Newton.at the.East Funeral -


.. the March meeting of the For Side Baptist Church in Haines
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{.'(fcwv J- elgn Missionary Society of the Pa- City, Tuesday.

I ='South Side Church First Baptist Holy Nativity hokee Church of the Nazarene held ....
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Of Christ Church, Canal Point Episcopal Church president announced that Easter

1 Elder Lester Reams .- Fahokee_ offerings will be the emphasis of Classified Ads'

i Belle Glade across from Vicar the month.
SUNDAY: Rev. L. Leasing; .
Rd. 80 -
Bowling Alley on
9:45 -Sunday School SUNDAY:
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a.
.000 a. m.Bible Study Methodist ChoirsIn POSITIVELY all want ads or
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School
11:00 a. m.-Sermon classifieds, as you wish to call
m.-B. T. C. 11:00 -Worship Service
6:30: : a. m.
'6:30: p. m.-Evening Service p. . Easter Music 1 them, are payable in advance from
7:30 m.-Evening Worship.
6:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study : p. this day forward. Don't phone 'em.

. TUESDAYS 7:30 m.:-Choir practice. Church Of God, The chancel, cherub and junior Write it and drop a dollar' bill in .

St. Peter's ,Lutheran WEDNESDAY. p. : Barf ield] Highway choirs of the Pahokee First Metho- the envelope if you want it run
7:30 m.-Midweek Prayer dist Church, under the direction of once. $2 if you want it run: twice
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Church, Belle Glade Service. Pahokee, Fla.J. Mrs. Marian Hatton, presented a and so on.

j THURSDAY:-Every other week W. Hughes, Minister program of Easter music Sunday
YOU decided to clear out
IIAVE
August Koerber, Pastor 7:30: p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary Phone 924.3736 night at 7:45 p. m. Dr. R. L. Hat- attic advertise the stuff
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Meeting. SUNDAY: ton presented the solo parts of the the and
for sale through these columns?
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choir's renditions of
SUNDAY: 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Chancel
. r Divine Services 11 A. M. Church Of Christ 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Stainer's "Could Ye Not Watch?" You'll be surprised how much stuff>
rid of and howmuph
can get *
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and "The Accused
School 9:45.A.II.: 7:30: p. Evangelistic Ser- Posegate's
m mm w-Aenue: D vice Tree". Mrs. Hugh Branch sang money you can take in. It onlycows
125 N.
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$1 to try an !
First Baptist .#'b ,ne.CWY:ft-3$ r T.UE3DAY: "At the.End: oPthe Sabbath" and ; -.

Patibkeeh ; Belle Glade?!:qa. 73Q; Church the Cross.
SUNDAY SERVICES THURSDAY:
Ashley's Garage
Jeeps. Wajter}
1"I ,_ 10:00: a. ,,m.--=BJble J Study r;-,p pi m.Youth for qflst .... In. ,:Belle Glade. .Phone 6.3058. "

.. Gutbrie W. Colvard. Pastor.... 11:00 a. ,m. Mornlng: '':Wprshfp Service. St. IVJart: a Chapter Oct. 17-54-clx.
SUNDAY: 7:30: m. Evening ,Worship -
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+ 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School WEDNESDAY, I. The Methodist Church Make ;Easter PlansAt IS. ,THERE.ANYTHING in the attic -
'. >'11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30: p. m.-Bible Study : you'd like to convert into'

k (0:00}: p. m.-Evening Worship r -r-S .T- Canal Joint, Florida the March meeting of the St. cash?, A small classified ad' in

6:45: p. m.-Training, Union Martha's Chapter Episcopal Church this column will turn the trick, U

WEDNESDAY. : '' Glade. Ifoptfet i Church I Robert A. Shelley, Pastor Women, Mrs. ,Donald'Harrington only costs. a 'dollar-cash with or-,
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,Meets in Pahokee Lions Club 10:00: a. m.-Church School Mrs. Curtis Chase were appointedon
Building. 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship a committee to decorate the ARE YOU registered to vote?, If

The Church Of God SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. 6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship Church of the Holy Nativity. Mrs. not call Mrs. Faye Ursry in Canal -

I Of Prophecy Pahokee PREACHING::00 a. ,m. and 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship Kennedy will be in charge of arranging Point at 4-7350 and tell her
7:30: p. m. MONDAY: memorial flowers for you want to register. She has th<'
Canal Point Road
SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30: p. m. 3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir practice Easter. The group met at'the homo I proper forms and is duly commis-
WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m. of Mrs. Chase.It sioned by the registrar to registeryou.
John H. Kinard,
pastor
- 2nd MONDAY: was decided to send Miss: You must go by personally
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x 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School Frances Babcock, the chapters and sign the proper papers. The
'" '- 7:30: p. m.-Esther Class meet- :
1 11:00 Service Christian Science
a. m.-Preaching
ingTUESDAY adopted friend at Gary Inn a record books will close on April 4 and
'-, . 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service Group Of Canal. Point : as an Easter remembrance, after that you can't register to
8:00
: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. 8:00': p. m.-Woman's Society and personal greeting cards from vote in the May Primary.. 3tnc'
1 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. The effect of the resurrectionon 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY ' each member. :Mrs. Danile McCar-
I Everyone welcome. Special music FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
Jesus' disciples will be one of : ton gave a report on the recent
( J and singing. the themes at Christian Science 7:30 Palm Beach Deanery meeting at ments to accomodate several
1 .m . : p. m.-Prayer Meeting adults. Good location. Priced from:
church services this Sunday. . Bethesda-by-the-Sea. !
Canal Point Both Matthew's and John's account . I I $10.00 up per week. Call Mrs. W.
of the resurrection will be First Methodist P. Pope 924-2391 in Canal Point,

Baptist. Church read as part of the Bible Lessonon Church PahokeeJohn Make Application M27p ,

," "Reality." Also included will be For Access RoadThe
',:r Lawrence Stewart, Pastor TUPPERWARE for sale in Canal
i SUNDAY: this passage from the Christian A. Briley, Pastor Point by Mrs. Ray Ursry. I also;

: '1' 9:45:: a. m.-Sunday School Science textbook: "Through all SUNDAY: county commission :Monday am agent for Beauty Counselor

\ 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship the disciples experienced, they became 9:45 a. m. -Church School took speedy action to prevent clos- Make-up. Phone Mrs. Ursry in Ca-'

6:30: p. m.-Training Union (more spiritual and under-had 11:00: 'a. 'm.-Morning Worship ing boat launching facilities at nal Point at 924-7350. M27-pd..
stood better what the Master
e., 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship taught. His resurrection was also 6:45: p. m.-MYF Lake Harbor. APARTMENT FOR.. RENT: -2''
Y WEDNESDAY 7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship The Corp of Engineers asked
their resurrection. It helped themto Bedroom garage apartment, Unfurnished -I
TUESDAY: that the ramp be closed since its
7:30 m.-Prayer Meeting
p. raise themselves and others except for electric kitchen. -
- 7:00: p.: m.-Vesper Choir prac' use is causing damage to the Lake I
from spritual dulness and blind ticeWEDNESDAY Okeechobee levee. $65.00 per month. Call Dan

The Pahokee ChurchOf belief in God into the perception of : The commission agreed to pavean Carpenter 924-7153 or 9247235.
infinite (Science and :M20C''
:The Nazarene possibilities" I 7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devo- access road and provide a park
Health with Key to the Scriptures
tions ing lot and instructed the County
by Mary Baker- .Eddy. p. 34)). I I 8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- Engineer to make application for a , : : : : , : : : : : : : : :111
Rev. Max D. Jones, Pastor
tice permit to do the work.
433 Bacom Point Rd. Easter Egg Hunt Is . - Thurmond Knight
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882

SUNDAY SERVICES: Held For- Beginners St. Mary's Catholic ATTENDS. and REUNIONMr. Mrs. Lee Shirley and I Realty, Inc.
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School e TELEPHONES:
I' ChurchFather children were weekend visitors in
j 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship The Beginner choir of the First Lakeland and Tampa where Mrs. Office 844-1S45-Bes. VI 8-2682
6:30: m.-Juniors Church of Pahokee held an Box Riviera Beach
p. Baptist Francis Fennech, Pastor Shirley attended a reunion of all 9998
7:00: p. m.-Sunday Evening Easter Egg hunt at the Canal .Sunday :Mass 11:3O: a. m. Florida graduates of Southern West Palm Beach Florida
Evangelistic Service Point March 23.
park Monday
Confessions before :Mass Baptist Hospital.
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7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer Paris and Kay Wroten. The 11 .- -- ----
meeting. members present were served can-

j Where. you are a. stranger butCLASSIFIED dy eggs, cookies and cokes. r.s.. I 'VUT77T'. .J*'-. - .; .... -. .\ ... - ..', .
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e "! Poet The Everglades News Canal Point Florida 3343, Friday, March 27, 1964

---: Americans have been cured of can

Pahokee, P. T. 'A. Carpenter Home Goodbody Concern I cer. They are living and free of the

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I Scene Of Meeting: disease, five years after treat
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." County. Omicron Chapter of Signa Eta standing in the field of bond vali : Funds raised during the cam-
dation. He added he thought other i be channeled into con
paign will
TK&Vfirst'school cafeteria wapuC National Sorority met at the home .
/ .Into operation in '1935-36 and f of Mrs. Dan Carpenter, Friday firms might 'be consulted to de- tinued research programs, to help
,,
termine if wished to, make a stricken -
avGlrl Scout troop was organizec night March 20th in Pahokee. they care for patients already
bid on the project, with cancer and for a continu-
loca
under the sponsorship of the The business meeting was presided
't, : P. T. A.The first Halloween. carnival by Mrs. Mary Anderson Chairman Edward Bandlow explained -1 ing public education program.
i. that hiring of the firm . .
A', was held in 1936-37 and plan! President, of Belle Glade. An-
., . for a new elementary set 001 were I 'lp nouncement was made of the had been recommended by W. C EASTER IN GEORGIAMr.

., : ,. drawn up, at the time of the draw- Music Recital sponsored by the Goss,. the county board's fiscal advisor and Mrs. James Gibson and

l<. "' ',l; ',' ing, the school was located when Chapter and given at the Home of daughter, Jamie, left this week for
. : the Pahokee city park is now. Mrs. Lillian Masonic in South Bay The firm was retained to,handle Thomasville, Ga., for an Easter

,x,' ,'t', At' ';,' The Pahokee' High school student last Sunday afternoon, March22nd the bond issue at a contract priceof holiday visit with his parents, Mr.
:r ;, Council operated Teen Towr one-half of one percent of the and Mrs. Major Gibson. They
Wi and
total bonds issued
amount of
,"Ii I i'' '\ with adults from the P. T. A. as Plans were made for the Annual sold. were accompanied by Miss Teryl

r chaperones and advisers in 1953-54 Exhibit to be given by Echols.
Art
:" Spring Hutchins of
John representative
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the Chapter in May. the Goodbody frm, assured the
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reached that year 1'J.
,I was After the business meeting, refreshments -, commission that if the terminal
675 total membership. Mrs. Thom f' I' fll'7""l' I'ITfl "\. fl'7'ifl': '\. I'7d:
were. served by the I project was not carried out and
chair-
; ?r.' as Elliott was membership hostess and color slides of a recent the bond issued was abandoned

'. man this year. trip to Europe made by Mr. and the county would not be obligatedto
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;; In 1958-59 a certificate of progress W. UPTHEGROVEJ. PRINCE THEATRE
wl ''\ Mrs. Carpenter were shown, of pay the bond firm for any ad-
: Was to the Paho-
presented
:4 { 'i. 51, England, Holland, Belguim,' Luxemburg work that mght be carried
W. "Woody" Upthegrove. vance
:, kee P. T. A. by the Florida con- PAHOKEK FLA.
:;, ,; ,:"r. Switzer
Germany, Italy, out.
West Palm Beach has formally announced
r "" the first to have ,
: ;:;jt 1859-60 was year
his candidacy for the democratic land, Austria, Monaco, France, . .
Teachers
r' and
:;. gress of Parents
1 Rico. ,
\ Spain, Portugal and Puerto
office
the
c x .' a Guidance Counselor for the High nomination for . .. Cancer Crusade- SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
I '., : School. of Sheriff of Palm Beach County.
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P. T. A. Upthegrove was born in Palm Spring Banquet For MARCH 29-30-31
Pahokee
This year the :
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f' '.. .. has 400 paid-up members an enrollment Beach County.in. Baptist Young* People phases of the public education pro-
: of 456 students in High "MOVE OVER
: 'the chairman said is to ,
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SOPHOMORE AT STETSONMiss --
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," School and 555 students in gradesone '
the make aware of cancer and DARLING"DORIS
people
Yvonne Thompson is the The Spring Banquet for
Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson
thru six.
; ., of the guest of her parents, Mr. and MI'1I.Joe Young People's Department of the its danger signals. Early detection
.(, : is.now serving' as president Thompson during spring holiiays. First Baptist Church of Pahokee saves many lives-this year in the DAY, JAMES GARNER
< T A.Some.
.' \ ': P. the Miss Thompson is a sophomore will be held in the Fellowship Hall nation It will save and estimated AND POLLY BERGENCINEMASCOPE
over
of the projects
7:00 April 177.OOO. He added that 88,000 more
the of! at Stetson University in De- of the Church at on
,I '\. : ::" "'L ye rs.Include' sponsorship Land and 'was recently selected asa 2nd. This is for the Young People, lives could be1 saved if the diseaseis ( )
I )!"..&, ';.:;: the ,Brownie work, purchasing member for the Woman's Counil Ages 17-24, who are single. An detected early enough for treat-
I ,\' -: -.,electric ventilating fans, helping time Pea-
\ :: three excellent is being planned ment. At the present
: an honor given only program
Glee Club music supplies
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purchase million .JII.Y.JIJ.Y.J..V.JI"'V.Jjj.MII"'V.JI"'V.JI V.&IJV.JII
t ,,; tor this occasion. cock said more than a
i .' participating in the P. T. A. county lophmores each year.

I 1 ' council Scholarship fund being -

r f! \:. :i :: established for a Palm Beach

1 t : ::}/.' :' County graduating senior who I
f 1 :-k! \;: plans to go to college to prepare ...
t t.I'i, fpr teaching profession, the purchase a
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t."U./!!, :"".'" of drapes for the elementary s{

,:: { ,. library, and books for the library, I
'? purchasing equipment for the

cafeteria, contributing to Dental
Clinic for underprivileged children jUt.os"

and serving of meals to underprivileged ,

I. children in cafeteria.
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"/.:, J ,The1 board denied the request on ) . .
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", tal who said the city agreed C vP

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after the county provided funds 1 1I Planning

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