The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00009
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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\ Joe Tolle Holds New 20-Mile Picnic BendThe TablesAt Hearing Set For Set Hearing ForDelrayRWJob Ralph Blank Seeks

} t Methodist Meeting Pahokee Bond Deal State Senate JobRalph -

State Road Department has The Palm Beach County com- I

constructed, several picnic tableson mission heard this week that a
} Dr. Joe A. Tope, pastor of the the old road at 20-Mile Bend The hearing in West Palm Beachon hearing had been called by Circuit J. Blank; Jr? state representative .
Trinity Methodist Church, Miami and cleared the right-of-way in :an the proposed bond issue of $75- Court for March 15, at which timean from Palm Beach coun-

t win ,conduct a" ,series:: of revival effort to make the spot an enjoy 000 by the',City of Pahokee for the appraisal for U. S. Highway: 1. ty for the past four years today

services at the Pahokee First able one for those who desire to construction, of additions to the right of way through Delray announced he will be a candidate
stop by and spread their lunch. city hall, jail and fire station has Beach will be, heard. I

f The tables are built of concrete been set for March 23, according to The hearing is part of'a condemnation -

; and have bern painted attractive a report given by City Attorney suit to obtain right of way
colors. Ralph O. ,Johnson at the regular for rebuilding Highway 1 through
The request for the improvementwas meeting of the City Council Monday Delray Beach.In t

made last fall by the Pahokee night. other actions this week ,the '

b b. 4C; T Garden Club through its president.Mrs. Attorney Johnson was author- commission adopted a new electri- :14W
Frank Friend. Mrs. Friend ized to ad\ertise for'.bids for the cal code for the county to become
and officials of the club said this proposed project, returnable March effective April 1.

week that they are exceptionally 28. Sets of plans will be availableat They ajso ,voted to call for bids

; s fir, ewsxLP happy that the State Road Depart the F..W. Dodge plan room and for culverts for Hooker 'Highway a
the Associated General Contractors ,:y ; ;
ment had erected the tables in extension and Tabit, Road exten
compliance with their wishes. .plan room in West Palm Beach. sion-two farm to market roads :'1
I City Clerk Patsy Batchelor was the Glades. ; ;

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*....MY. Local Revival To plans also to the office of Shirley s o ;. t-k t ,: 'i

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Councilman Charles Brown, I II
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chairman of the committee In Publish > II II I
PaperThe I
charge of investigating the cur-

rent situation at Pahokee Harbor,
Revival ,Services in the
Point Baptist Church will continue reported that Jean Bacon who is Everglades Farm Bureau is i

through Sunday : night of ,this resigning as harbor master*, recom- making'plans to publish a monthly REP. RALPH BLANK, JR. i
mends thata small admission be I I
week. Charles Smith, :of Winter newspaper for its members starting -
DR. JOE}A.>TOLLE Haven FJa.,..is leading the singing.Dr. charged for fishing privileges on :March 15. The decision by; the I for the state senate seat being Vacated ;
.; '#- Paul Meigs ,of .Jacksonville the breakwater in order for the EFB to sponsor the publication,. by Fred O. Dickinson, Jr.:, :
:Methodist Church, Monday harbor to for'itself.. The
starting com-
ti s, Fla, is the guest Preacher. Dr.Meigs pay which will be called the EvergladesFarm subject to the Democratic primary
Feb. 29, and ending Sunday mittee d to,the Council :;
announces { recoHU8n ; ,
hat Special emphasis" Bureau, News, w*a trade, at .
'MarcK6-Heaill'po'assistedtiy: tha '* that* per iaaa4 ,rtxtttes-,installed May 3, ,-t_ V -,'C i.
wlh"beipoa: youtl SurIrig the Tegular monthly;: meeting: of -
Rev.<-Damon' Scott "of: the ntlfie )harbor be "lit the .1
pastor the Saturday night services.' The by Mr.B pur- the board of directors With President asking voters of Palm
CentralBoulevard Methodist Church. Pastor,. Charles D. Stewart, states I chased at' a,cost of $600; also that Walter Kautz of Canal Point, Beach county to promote me to'the
Miami who will, serve' as song that young people will occupy the I,covered finger piers for the dock- presiding. '* State Senate J am prepared to
leader and be'in boats, be built within stand of service In
charge ofthe'spec- Choir Seats Saturday night. The ,ing of small 'The growth of the EvergladesFarm upon my record
lal music. breakwater. are .' the legislature which includes two
Youth of our entire community Bureau which covers the '
The services, scheduled to start II Council,,voted to hold regular sessions, 'two special ses-
: have a special invitation to be,.in ;The a spec- western part of Palm Beach Coun-
each evening at 7:45, will, be preceded ial meeting the night of Feb. 29 to sions and 'one extra-ordinary ses-
these Rardin
services. Mrs. Paul ty, has been spectacular during the
of the 1 discuss sion," Rep. Blank stated
fj- other
by special meetings these and recommen-
presides at the piano during the past year with the membership increasing -
young of the church with the of "Experienced representation is
people dations relating to operation
singing period of our Revival Services more than 60 per cent,
Dr. Tolle and the Rev. Scott. A!, the harbor. most to Palm' Beach
I Mrs. R. J.,Maxson,.is the Associate .. from 193 to its present 307 mem- necessary
for the of in these of rapid
._ nursery, care, young Church Pianist. The Sun- bers. county days growth
i children will be conducted of our and population,"
throughout day Schedule of services will be Blue Devil JYsBeat In April of last year EFB es- economy
;; the duration of the services, Rep. Blank declared. "The intelligent -
the same as the regular Sunday tablished an office in Belle Glade
(&:: according to the Rev..Clare S. Hall I' solution of our many prob-
services, Sunday School at 9:45 which is managed by Mrs. Pauline
lems demands actual experience in
f pastor. Preaching hours at 11 A. M. and Moore HavenThe I H. Boydston, executive secretary.It .
Dr. Tolle and legislative and wide
H a graduate past procedures
7:30 P. M. The Choirs meet at 7 1 also now has a fulltime service
( trustee ,of Florida Southern College I acquaintance in both houses, as
P. M. Each evening. Come. agent for the Glades area Carl
: Lakeland was pastor of the .. .... Pahokee Blue Devil JV'swon i Waggoner whose headquarters well as a thorough understandingof
: Pahokee Church from 1930-36.during the finals in the Jaycee's I I the needs of the area." ,
,which time the.present; church Robert' F. Day Runs I Junior High Basketball Tournament -I'i are at the Belle.Glade. .' office. Among his committee assignments -

sanctuary :was built tinder his ,at the PHS gymnasium Sat- Rep. Blank has served as
: supervision. He has been pastor ofTrinity For State House : urday night n an easy 39-17 victo- Ronald Tuppen For vice chairman of Constitutional

; in Miami since, 1956 prior I ry over Moore Haven. The Paho II Vote Supervisor Amendments vice chairman of
;. to which he was superintendent of i Robert F. Day Boca Raton kee Junior High team under the Workmen's Compensation and

: the Tallahassee';;District of Meth44 -! realtor and lawyer has entered guidance of Coach Bob Maxson, Ronald -- member of Judiciary "A", Educa.
odist Churches .for six years. At the race to succeed Ralph ,Blank has had the best season in basketball i I E. Tuppen, long-time', tion-Higher )Learning, Public

w. .' present'he: is also,a trustee for the. member of the State House oft I in the history of,the school,,in jesident and'' businessman of Lake Road sand Highways, Hotels and 4

( f.Methodist's,, ., Children's Home at| Representatives' :from Palm .Beach contrast to "the. Senior: High Blue Worth, Wcdnesday announced that Restaurants, Oil, Phosphate and ,;
"" < County. His candidacy marks the t Devils Who have had'the worst'sea- State Statutory -.
Enterprise. he is 'a candidate for the office 'of Minerals Advertising
', 't : The public is cordially invited to first occasion when a resident of son in the school's history in supervisor 'of Registration for\ Revision, Atomic Energy,
',' attend these servicesand hear Dr. this rapidly growing city has basketbalL Motor Vehicles and Carriers Rules
.: sought State office. The Junior tournament Palm Beach County subject to the
Tolle's spiritual messages. High got and Calendar, Elections and Savings
.y,. s Y., ... .by Day, who earned both his aca- under way Thursday night of last Democratic primaries on May 3. and Loan Committees.
demic and law degree at the University week with Pahokee defeating S. Tuppen, 31, is a native Floridian Rep. Blank is 38 years old born

Canal Point Lions I of Miami following service Bay, ,47-12,' and Belle Glade down- a resident and freeholder in the (continued. from page
in the US' Nayy in World Warn ing Canal Point, 31-24, ,Jn the pre- City of Lake Worth and marriedto .. 1)f

Hear TonvHodges I has lived in Boca Raton for the liminary round. On Friday night in the former Dolores T. Schalk Charles Sears Is .. I
past fourteen -years. His father. the semi-finals Moore Haven won I of Duauesne...Pa. He is a graduateof
Tom Hodges "of West Palm t with whom he is associated in the from Belle Glade 36-29, and Pa local schools with a higher education Fraternity OfficerXi

Beach safety education officer of real estate business preceded him hokee went on to conquer Okee- iii business administration,

the Florida Highway Patrol fort Here and was twice mayor of Boca chobee 45-30. In the preliminary and for the past several years has Psi Phi national dental fraternity

the Palm Beach district, was guest Raton during its early history. consolation game between Belle been vice president of both Tup-91 at 'Emory University, has
;: speaker at.the weekly dinner meetIng He is 34 years old father of Glade and Okeechobee Saturday pen Industries, Inc. and Tuppen recently elected officers. These Include .
of the Canal Point Lions Club, three children, and lives, with ins evening Belle Glade won, 37-31. Boats 'n* Motors Inc., of Lake : James C. Gwynn Jr., son of

Introduced by J., G. Weeks pro- wife, Mary at 454,NE 5th Court in Worth. ,. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Gwynn, Sr.,
gram chairman he illustrated his Boca Raton, his entrance in the ATTEND DISTRICT MEET For the past year he has been a 1538 Lee Ave Tallahassee Fla.,

talk with a film showing ways to .ce'marks his first venture into MrS.. Pope Sears of Canal Point, member and president of'the.Lake president; Michael D. Callihan

prevent traffic accidents. The club I j I politics. WSCS district secretary of child Worth Junior Chamber of Com- son of Mr. and Mrs. George E.Calhhan .

observed father and son night 'at'I Long an advocate of reappor- ren's work attended a district merce (Jaycees). He is also a 406 Third Ave., McRae

the meeting with sons of members 'tionment, Day is. particularly meeting and luncheon of the execu- member of the Holy Trinity Epis- Ga., vice-president; Charles B.

attending as dinner guests. dedicated to accelerating the Boca tive board of the Methodist Wom- copal Church, West Palm Beach, Sears, son Of Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
.. Raton University program and to an's Society of Christian Service, the Lake Worth Rotary Club the Sears Canal-Point, Fla., secretary; ,

WILDLIFE OFFICERS the'establishment of a high..... school) at Fort Pierce on Thursday of this Carl Vogel-Donald Lee Post 43 Fred A. Alf ele, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Newly elected officers"of the Pa adjoining the campus. week. She was accompanied by American Legion and the Lake :Fred H. Alfele, 35 Fountain Ave..

hokee Junior Wildlife, Club are .-- Mrs. W. P. Jernigan, former Canal Worth Boating and Fishing Club. I Dayton 5, Ohio, treasurer; and

Sonny McE1henny, president; Joey I I Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. :McKee Point resident ,now ,living in Clew-. As a veteran of the Korean con Lamar Leo Lancaster, son of Dr.
Thompson, vice president; Mike had as guests the past.week J. O.: .'iston. Mrs. Jernigan WSCS district flict, he served four years in the and Mrs. L. L. I..an.c2Uter..I25'; -

Youngblood, secretary and re I I Brown. Sr., William Knowles and secretary, missionary edu- U. S. Air Force as a B-29 crew- dar Rd., Bogalusar La., rush chair.

4 porter. I Bill\ \ Jones all of BridgeviHe, Del. i cation. i man with 44 missions over Korea.. man. :: ',' ,

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Two __ ,_ ....? >..__. ., A The Everglades News, Canal Point.Florida Friday Fcbruary26,.1960

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rr"n. --- -- -H[Sen.'Carlton Is N McCleUand: High I
:. We wish to thank our friends .
Rote Glub SpeakerDoyle who were so thoughtful during the :Scorer Over PBJC *\
illness and death of loved'
: our one. ---- \
k- E. 'Carlton, .Jr., of WaU- We.deeply appreciate the }prayers, Dow McClelland scored 23 points I

..... chula, candidate for 'governor, cards S, and acts of kindness shown and Alvy Early hit 21, with Thur- '"
was guest speaker at last week's us\at'this time.
;. mond Kemp chipping in 17 -and
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Thursday luncheon meeting of the : Martha and Ansil HoltCommunication
Pahokee 'Rotary Club. 'Introduced .. & that was to much for Palm Beach

by Wiley Tillis, program chairman, I Junior College,. despite Dave Mc-
I r he listed some of the qualificationshe I i ""- Guire (From FL Pierce) 26 points.As .
usual Pahokee raced 'to an
V ar believes necessary for the 'governorship ,
of Florida. i EVERGLADES EXPERIMENT I.[I easy lead with a strong fast break.It .
Visitors from Okechobee, Belle STATION was Dale Hillburn and Charles
; Belle Glade, Florida Hayes clearing the boards and
,.. Glade and Clewiston as well as.
j" The Rardin Building In Ganal Point Florida several local guests, were presentto February'23, 1960 Early, Kemp, and McClelland
" hear Mr. Carlton's talk. Miss Mr. Paul Rardin, Chairman the scoring end. HiUburn also

f" -- THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION.HOME; OF Sue Chastain .of 'Canal Point, Pa-!t Palm 'Beach'County Commission hooked! and tipped in 10 points. }
hokee High School Senior, was theguest Glade Office Building1 Early had 11 assists off the fast
r.. *i: THE EVERGLADES: NEWSServing : 'of Student Member Joseph I Dear Commissioner Rardin: break and Hayes had nine. The
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, Alderman. President C. E. Williams f J0n- behalf of he 'University leading scorers are: Kemp (28.5V ,
". presided. Weed Workshop I would like to Early (24.5) and McClelland .(21). ,.
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without I I '
-- express our appreciation for the A game is scheduled with Stuart
" Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years \
: CARD OF THANKS opportunity to utilize the Glades for Wednesday, March 2,'at 8:00
.:. EstablishedMarch 11,1924, Published Every Friday I Office 'Building for our meetings In the PHS gym, admission only
r: Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance It is with deep gratitude that I last week.. The fine facilities were 25c. I
wish to extend to those who sent I complimented repeatedly by the .

: The Everglades News:la Entered at the Post Office flowers, cards, expressions of group. Miss Nancy Thomas has,returned f

.. In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter thoughtfulness and those who Very truly yours, to her studies at Charron-Will- Yj

Paul Radin Owner, Editor, Publisher, visited me during my recent stayat J. R. ORSENIGO iams Commercial College, Miami, rafter ,
St. Mary's Hospital; also the University Weed .Work spending the weekend in Pa- \I

.,' visitations since my return home.R. shop. hokee with her parents, Mr. and ,{
W. Sanders. JROrbh Mrs. Thomas.
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'_ Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting "
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; Palm Beach-C tYsclt erosion 1 paving the way to regain federal

,. problems and possible cure I money pledged to the plant pro- J
rest in a special election which if ject.
. decided in the affirmative would In other action, Middleton reported Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

, create a_beach erosion district for the Florida Shore and Beach
t.. the purpose of improving the coun- Preservation Assoc., plans to seek SALES and SERVICE I
;' ty's 44-mile shore line. State fund to help defray costs I

The proposed project was sub- of beach survey und erosion stud- I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances I ;
ject of a report given Tuseday oy ies and funds to help finance con-::I ,i
County Engineer Steve Middleton struction aimed to prevent beach''' _
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" at a regular meeting of the county erosion. ..

c commission. Middleton said he plans to confer ..... ... ,
Middleton said creation of a with State n board representatives ; .- I
beach Erosion district to carry outa about Palm Beach County's f /

plan to pump sand back on the I beheh erosion troubles at a con- i *
beaches was the Answer to the I ference Feb. 29. .JA
county shoreline troubles and is A conference between County BETTER TODAY. : } : ;

also the same kind of anSwer which Commissioners and Lake Worth '

government survey team reached officials has been called for Feo. r : ;, -" THE ALL-ELECTRIC WAY'LAUNDER i,I/ '_ ': ,::. I
.after studying the areas diminishing 29 to 'discuss traffic congestion on .. :.Ii .1, .... '.- ", '";.. f \
! beaches. Lake Ave., it was reported Tues- -' ,''I'. ;,-'; !" '

;It is not feasible,Middleton said, day.County with the. .,. A-:' ;to ..
. to break up the shoreline in small board members received "
s areas-the practical method being two 'resolutions from the Lake \\\\ "

to,work the entire coastline at one Worth Chamber of Commerce ,- '
". time. one calling for widening of Dixie .4 MATCHLESS' i!
Middleton also reported the U. Highway through Lake Worth anda 1

t S. Engineres at Jacksonville.have. second calling for rebuilding the .
_ approved in principal plan to intersecton of Lake Ave. and State '
it recover $118,000 in Federal funds Road. AlA .1' "'
. to help pay costs of construction intersection will be the prin- .. I ; :
' of a sand transfer plant at the cipal item of discussion for the '- .
i Palm Beach Inlet joint meeting. : FOUR i., ". ;. I

Originally, the engineer said, The Chamber's resolution said I
increased use of the Lake Worth ,
federal funds were held up until .
: the ,plant had been completed and beach, fishing pier and Casino has : .J
the shoreline: : project carried out. caused a boost in the number of r
- .A recent conference he .said, had autos: driving over Lake Ave." to 1
resulted in county and federal of- reach these beachside facilities. 1I I
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ficials arriving on a plan to sep- -. .
.erate the pump station project and ..-

the beach restoration project- Alvy Early ,Leads.
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Alvy Early swished 30 points i
Classified Ads .1
while 'j Carney Wilder 11 to lead Paho- a' Sun can't fade-
Just set a dial and wind and clothespins -
: FOB SALE: New and used WUlyaJoejfe. 1J e's Town, Team, to, a 79-67 win your .washer will 3 can'ttear i
Walter Aahley'a Garage over a much improved Clewiston :; wash and rinse,. clothes. "ElectricSunsHEne" 1= r .
-in Belle Glade'Phone 8058. team It was the sixth win without spin clothes damp dries
: Oct, 17C4cfa.SUBSCRIPTION a loss for 'Pahokee. The team is '' dry and then better,:,day or
averaging 85, points a game and shut off .:.automatically. night.-Ends ,lift I
., lag,lugging,hanging
expiration testes three players are averaging 20 .
this newspaper are marked points per game or more. They are: z
on your name label as it comes to .Thurmond Kemp (30.8), Alvy Early -
each week.. Check the'date .,,, ,
you on (25.6) and Dow McClelland *:':;;" ; !' <'
yours. That is your date to renew (20.8). -
.Well be looking: ."for a "check.Thanks. Early pumped in 15 field goals

The Everglades. News. and Kemp 11 in: the spree. Bill ; Sit-down Worry-free j

PRINTING OF ALL KINDS."!* McCleninden Clewiston coach, hit i
/ 'you need cards, envelopes; letterheads 29 {'points and Bob Giddens 13 L:1 ELECTRIC IRONER.% ELECTRIC j

statements, bill heads handrfcllls points for Clewiston.. -
J .. ,.or something'. In the printing Ii The automaticElectric1! WATER HEATER I
*Mae Just step.to the phone and call $ Ironer II .
The Everglades News at Canal Local Net Team w does all the work Free from flames and

Point No 2661.We are experts in Loses 2 Points supplies.all fumes,it assures peace
while .
By the "
pressure i
. roducing excellent printing and I :. of mind. And you'resure
sit relaxed. 1
;.ur prices are in line with out of you Fasteasy..gives <3 of plenty,of pip 1
.... The Canal Point Trojans were :' : ing-hot water with an
town printers who come to the professional iron
defeated by two points 26-24, in a results. ". ElectricWaterHeater. ,
glades for printing business. Please mg Installs anywhere.
. :give us a calL Phone'2661. hard-fought basketball game with a; \
f South Bay on the Canal Point .., < :. .. ,, ,
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WANTED: First Class body and court Tuesday afternoon Jimmy .. :::; i .J1; ( }.l._: Goodson led the Trojans scoring < ; 1Ite. : paint man. Good Contact T'J.IM fid t8 fJ '
pay. ORIDti
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, Hub Spooner at Pahokee Motor with 9 points. Other players 'scoring : : ; : ,;r; : '%::;If'. ; ,j; ; ''ft ) \

; Company. 2-12tfch for Canal Point were Walter, ",4Np' .=::{ ;,:' sx mnu1ms.iti.i ti'Ci f.i. ...41'; : :
Parker, 7; Walter Young, 5, and de's
GOOD- AUTO 'SALESMAN wanted Melvin Lamb, 3. bias brec 1 : i ?; r'f ft MIPAN' ,- { .j
at Pahokee Motor Company. If The Trojans plan to participatein :, : ;'"''' .,
jraln'bitet :'', .
H190M ; ,
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:you can sell please contact Hub the Junior High Basketball 1V- :-v' V' HELPiftQ BUILD FLORIDA" J

Spooner within the next day .)r Tournament in West Palm Beach fj V : :'f '
two. A good job awaits you.2-12tfc March 3, 4 and 5. :" ;* : ti :.:; ) ; ;


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.. "V Pace Four The Everglades News, Canal Point,.Florida Friday Febniary 26. 1960 .
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.,. .\: > 4d Mr. Altman moved to Lake Worthin '
'{" j OjMt't 1939. He is the son of Carl F. Out of the Shadows-Into the Sunlight \11

?: and the late Bertha M. Altman
outstanding civic leaders in Lake
,,; ':' Worth He Is married, lives with
k IiI SKNOWNBY his wife Joyce, formerly Joyce

GLASS STIRRED T 'EEGYPT/AN5 Ellison,of Lake Worth, and his two
children, Cherie and'Deborah, at t
Z 500 .
1325 North Lakeside Drive.
Of INORGA4VICMTER/AL t ( 'C After graduating from Lake
BY LIGHTNING, pj t Worth High School, he immed.iate-I _
:'S AND bKWAN/C ,A\ ly entered the United
ER/PTJON5.., .
t Air Force. Altman has attended
Michigan State College, is a graduate -
of Palm Beach Junior Collegeand
.received his LLB. from the
; School of Law, University of Mi-
wit! r i f 1./ .. I, ami. He has been engaged in the J

practice Of law here since, 1951. {
i'f'" He is a member of Gulfstream 'I J ,1
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y Masonic Lodge 245 F&AM, charter I
':; 12/UR1N6 THE member of Sem-I-No Grotto, \
'_' COURSE OF EVENTS past president of Palm Beach I

:" ,a' .'i ,GlASS BLOWINGBSCAMEANARTIN, Lodge B'Nai B'Rith, ,member and

. Afl, t; {l THE BEG/NNING Of- 4 past director of Temple Beth ti{
r 0 0 (tW\t'11o THE WA5D1'5COVEREOYy Sholom, past member Salvation I
4.o ,,' WHEN IT
> 1"f e- Army Advisory Board, member
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Florida and Palm
r..' a BLOWN INTO A MOULt EASIER Bar Associations, .past member } S\1
THAN WHEN PRESSED... Legislative Committee of the Palm ;:
t.r' l :,:" i SOSMLLEP&P / ARTISANS Beach County Resources and De- ..
? BECOME THAT GLASS BLOWERS velopment Board, member Palm ..;;; ,

' : rr J WERE WAKE ANP KNOWN RECOGMZEP BY THEIR GlA55-\'EARlYf. Beach County AAUN, member ., ..... --to
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ti PAYS AS 'lOllPS S>C THE TKAOE' Lake Worth Junior High P-TA, ',,\ .
: 'HAZElWARE'' E'f CATE//NG TO NOBILITY.T ,S member and past director Lake 'f' --s.. :_. .. !%!L
t, I Worth Kiwanis Club, former chairman I
/;'.. MACHINE AGE/Af GLASS MAKING BEGAN W/893 WHEN I of the Lake Worth cancer ,
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HAZEL-ATLAS GLASS CO. DEVELOPED THE FIRST COMMERC/ALLY drive, has actively participated in I t
SUCCESSFUL 5EMl-AUT0fl4T/C MACHINE FOR MAKING-GLASS chairmanship capacity during the Smyly To Preach APPRECIATION
CONTAINERS. TOPAY I want to express my sincere appreciation -
OF EVERY last three Fiesta del Sol celebra-
FlNEST'TABLE SETTINGS. WTHfTHE MEANS South Bay RevivalThe and thanks to my many
AMERICAN HOME. tions, former Lt. Colonel and
I friends who were so kind and
Group Commander Civil Air Pa-
South Church illness. The
Bay Baptist thoughtful during my
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wwwuwJwwuwJwwuwEd trol, USAF Auxiliary, member and
will hold their annual revival ser- prayers, flowers, cards, long dist-
Larson Seeks Zell Altman ForRepresentative past County president Association of Palm of Municipalities Beach- vices March 6-11th. The Rec. C. J. ance phone calls and other acts of
Smyly, Associational Secretary of kindness will long be treasured and
His Old _Job_ AgainTALLAHASSEEState one of the organizers and director the Florida Baptist Sunday School I. remembered. I
of the Tri-County Govern-
Board in Jacksonville will be the LUCILLE BATCHELOR
mental League, and past member
, Treas- .
'" evangelist. Mr. Duckworth will be -
urer J. Edward Larson is askingthe Florida League of Municipalities
in of the music.
I 'charge
Mrs. Wade Ammons, -
voters to continue him Altman resident of Lake ; State Legislative Committee for accompanied
as custodian Zell H.. I I The is invited to
public cordially
by her brother and sister-in
of their public money and as Worth for the past 21 years, 1959 session of the Legislature.
: attend these services at 7:45 each law, Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk of
their representative on 21 of the nuonced his candidacy as 8n-1 ---tea.----. '
Rev. is former
evening. Smyly a
West Palm Beach, and her daughter -
of the House of Representatives Mr. and Mrs., Charles Baker pastor of the Canal Point Baptist Mrs.: Billy Ray Evans, and
the :Florida Legislature from I and: e1.Udren'of West Palm Beach Church. son-in-law and duaghter, Mr. and I
Group T. Palm Beach County, sub- I ..
spent the weekend >in Pahokee Mrs. James E. Normand of Belle
ject to the Democratic Primary : j
visiting their parents Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. William S. Gist Glade, attended funeral services
May 3, 1960.Altaian 11}
Mrs. C. M. Baker and Mr. and Mrs.T. .I have as a guest her mother, Mrs. for her cousin, Major Francis McMahon -
has served as Cty I
L. Dean. David Johnson, of Sparta, Tenn. 43, at Lakeland last week.
torney for Lake Worth during I I ,

1954-56, was elected City Com (
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missioner '1957-59, and was reappointed I '
" "City Attorney in June of
1959, which post .he presently' Will football .,'" "'H
holds. He also led Palm Beach your
County In'its successful fight

against the reapportionment meas- .
ure recently submitted to the peo-

ple. He has constantly been a partof hero make the ?

governmental affairs throughout, civic' and charitable Palm- varsity

Beach County.

J. EDWARD LARSON "Many citizens, of Palm Beach '
County have repeatedly asked me : Irk .. .. )
State Cabinet boards which admin to seek election to the high officeof .
ister state business. the State :,Legislature. It is for F F li : ,( 1 I

Larson, who would become sen- this reason and the fait that I have
ior member of the Cabinet in Jan- had many years ,of successful ex- ;
uary, called,the nearly two decadesof perience with the people and their :
his state service "an era of our, government that I am offering my-

greatest progress,in Florida fend a self as a candidate from Palm ,
period in which we have met and Beach County for the House of ,\

mastered many perplexing chal Representatives. A State Repre- !

lenges. sentative must have knowledge of !!

"But there are opportunitiesahead the, problems facing every citizen i
and Fern' confident we can and taxpayer; it is necessary that ." ,
grasp these in building an even he have strength and courage to '- .
greater state. To that end, I pledge face the many obstacles constantly -
anew the 'giving to the ,people_of in the path of good government, !I:
energetic, progressive, and faith: and above all, he must handle the 1,

:ful service as their State- Treas. ,, affairs of office with ,honesty, integrity -' i_ 'I
-urer. dignity and strength. '

'Larson...Served an apprenticeship J"1f; elected your representative,
tit,all levels of government before jfwill devote my efforts to the ii_ 1% I'
being elected State Treasurer: in bringing about of a fair and equi :
:1940. He was';Mayor 1 of;his:hometown table 'reapportionment measure so 'rY ,

: of Keystone Heights, mem- that the people of ,Palm Beach
ber of the Clay county commission County will receive a dollars 1St y. .I II.I.II
Representative and Senator in the worth of service for each tax dollar r-' I

Legislature, and Collector of in- paid. I will initiate or supporta .I
ternal Revenue for Florida. sorely needed revision of our Think of it-your son playing first And the sooner you get started, the !

Public money flows into the State Constitution; do everything string on his college team! easier it,will be. If you start today, \ I Is
Treasurer's vaults nowadays at necessary to make a four-year '. If you re like most parents, it's a chances are you'll have an ,educational : :

the rate of a billion dollars a year. college in Boca ,Raton a reality; dream you've always cherished. fund for'your child in time. ... 1'I
In addition Larson has the management strive to eliminate waste and un- And the chance to be a football star to'send him off to-college. ,i

responsibility for more necessary spending in government. is just one of the many opportuJust tell your pay office how much

than half a billion dollars in secur- ,I believe our State government is nities open to the boy who goes to" you want to save. Each payday, I ,
ities. His businesslike administration too far removed from the people college. There are far more important automatically, your money will be*: 'i
of the state's finances has won and will strive to bring Tallahassee } values to be gained, too, values invested in U.s. Series E Savings, .j
the praise of independent auditors. closer to Palm Beach County, and j I '1 you don't want your son to miss Bonds-the Bonds that now pay anew :

As a member of the Cabinet, fight to, preserve the great out on.Here's., higher interest of 3%% at I
Larson has been identified closely I pals and traditions upon Princi-I an easy way for'you.to give maturity. And your child's educa i, j

with programs ,of stable financing, county and state are your child a college education. Get tion-will be provided for by money i".
mental health, education, nad pub- 'I sincerely believe that my together the necessary money you won't even miss. ,Start on Pay : ;
lic safety. years of experience with your gov- through the Payroll Savings Plan. roll Savings today! I
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Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Gill of Colorado to be your Representative in the When buy U. S. Savings Bonds ,;
Springs. Colo,, spent sometime State Capitol. With full realiza- you ;
with Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Mc- tion of this tremendous responsi- '
Clure in Pahokee this week. Mr.I bility and"honor, I humbly ask for you save more than money > ;:: .j
Gill is a western farmer but was the support of all citizens of Palm _
amazed at the .thousands,of acres Beach County in electing me to -: :_ The u.s. Government hoes not pay for this advertising.Tk '
in in the,area in February. A? native of Framingbam, Mass., ..'" : d In scion[ The Advertising Council and '


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Friday, Februarg, 26., 1960 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida I Page Five
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1 I -' l.u PERSONAL: : 1u. J.W.SdN.OTEsJ I ---

B. Elliott who has been recupe- -Mr. andMrs. E.JX Jones of Avon

rating from major surgery,at,Durham Park are guests of their'son Elmer

N. C., was re-admitted ,to the Jones and daughter, Mrs. Oscar

Duke Hospital in Durham this Dobrow, and families. ; ;
j week for treatment of pneumonia.Miss .
Mrs. Delmar Hooks has returnedto ',

Suzanne Chastain has returned her home in Canal Point from I '. >

from Davidson, N. C., where the Everglades Memorial Hospital.Mrs. .

she attended the winter festival at, Mulye Patterson of Alamo i
Davidson College Ga., is the house guest of her nephew -

and niece, M/ and Mrs. H. H.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall left
Tuesday for Chicago m., for p. Sears while visiting her brother,

\ visit, with their son, Eugene Mc- H.. L. Sears andother. relatives in

Call, and family. While in Chicago Canal Point. JczI

Mr. McCall will take part in a ceremony I Bobby Brinson has returned to !

in which his son, Eugene 'MacDill Field, Tampa,after spending Ic :

will, be raised to the Master's, Degree a leave from the U. S. ,Air -

in the Masonic Order En- Force 'With Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
I route home they plan to visit an- Strayer and family at'Canal Point. I : 7

other son, Dr. James ,McCall, and
Mrs. Wade Ammons fortunately
family at, Atlanta, Ga. rap
escaped injury in a traffic accident

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall had when, a trailer truck backingup

as recent guests his uncle, W. T on the highway smashed into

Mauldin and'cousin, J. W. McCall, the front end of her car, causing FUTURE FARMER WEEK Former ,.
Gov. leRoy Collins, Florida Future President ,Randy Kincaid, Lake .
both of ,Orlando. While here they considerable damage to the car. W Wes, and State School Supt. Thomas D. Bailey study a ,farming poster, in connection with Florida
enjoyed a fishing trip with their The accident occured on US 441 in Future Farmer Week proclaimed by Gov. Collins as the week of feb 20-27. There are 8500 FFA
front of Shirley Brothers office. embers in 154 chapters throughout the state. The boys are students of vocational agriculture in ,"
host.Mr. The trailer-truck had run past the Florida.-schools. :

andMrs.; Bob Apelgren and ice plant next to Shirley: Brothersand M ---------r------------
children were guests Sunday of was backing blindly towardthe '
HonoredAt "Jeannie" ,
Stanleys Won By'
her sister, Miss Jane McClure, at ice plant when the crash occur-

Fort Lauderdale.Mrs. ed. Outdoor Party'I I Brooksville Girl

Lester Duncan and :Mrs. S. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Elaekwall :
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sheppard entertained WHITE
Thornton for SPRINGS-Miss Joyce'Marie
JH. left Wednesday and children of Canal Point attended -
Jackson, Georgia. Mrs. Thorntonis the evangelistic meeting held by at their home with an Garland, a legal secretary at
outdoor and "barbecue hon
returning to her home there Oral Roberts, nationally known Mr and Mrs. Richard Ogle (Ber- party I Brooksville won the ninth annual
Lt. and Mrs. Edward E.
several weeks ,visit with Mr. and faith healer, in Orlando Sunday.R. lene Allen) of, Canal Point announce oring "Jeannie With the Light Brown
after several weeks visit with Mr. the birth of a son, Richard Stanley and daughters, Cheryl,and
W. Sanders has returned to I I Karen, who recently returned to Hair" auditions at the Stephen
and Mrs. Duncan.Mrs. Newton, at the Everglades' Memorial I I
I his home in Pahokee from St. Hospital, Feb. 16. the mainland from Kailua, Hawaii Foster Memorial on the banks of

George Ramey, Mrs.: Philo Mary's Hospital, West Palm Mr. and Mrs. William ChambersEva where they have been resid- the Suwannee River last week.

Williamson, and Mrs. Williamson's Beach, where he was a surgical pa- ( Lowder) of Canal Point an- ing for the past three years while Miss Garland, a soprano, received -
: house guest, Mrs.Kate Sturdevant tient. he was stationed at the Barbers her crown at the Jeannie Ball
nounce birth of a daughter,
of West'Winfield, N. Y., were overnight Mrs. James Merrell and small Carol Francine, at the Everglades Point Naval Air Station. Other from Mrs. C. A. Bullock of Canton,

.:' guests'of Mrs. Barney's son- daughters of Loxahatchee visited Memorial Hospital, Feb. 17. guests were Mr. and Mrs. Grady Pa., president of the National Fed-

i in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. relatives and, friends in Pahokee Echols and daughter, Terry; Mr. eration of Music Clubs. With the
Hugh G.,Miller, HI; at Cocoa Wed Sunday. and Mrs. Dow Echols :and sons, title went a $5QO music scholarship.

i : nesday. ,Mrs. Ramey remained for New Statements Wilbur and Rinzo, Pelican, Lake; Twenty-one young Florida singers -
5 a weekend visit with the Millers. J. L. McCall had as guests the Carry Phone BillsTwo Mr. arid Mrs. Dowsan Cammach I took part in the. auditions. Each
Rev. BJack; of Jacksonville .and W. I was sponsored by a member club
:Mrs. Sturdevant and :Mrs. Williamson J I and daughter, Sallie, Fort Myers
were also business visitors at 'T. Johnson of West Palm Beach on I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Echols and in the Florida Federation of Music

Daytona, Beach before returningto a fishing trip in the Glades the I of different Long Distance types of Telephonecalls statementa' Mrs. Clyde Chesser and daughter Clubs. The Stephen Foster Memorial -

Canal Point yesterday.* past week.Tourists. Nancy, all of Naples; ,Mrs. Doro- Commission sponsored the au
are being mailed to Belle
I Pahokee and Mr. and ditions. ,
thy Stanley
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Mr. and Mrs. FloydBrownIng Glade-Pahokee area Telephone '. .. ,
Pouring, Mrs. W. W. White, Canal Point.George' .
.had as guests the past week the subscribers' this month. -. I, Mr. and :Mrs. William*Van Ger-
Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Wheel nto ,South_ .Florida One staam ntjsthe same typereceived' Watt : muf have returned:.tuJ their home
J .I Belle Glade. $* l _, .' 1n'the past, according to of Tallahassee: accompanied .I at Fort Lauderdale after a visit
Zeke O'Farreil, Group Manager, B: A. Russell of Orlando H.
MIAMI-Mid-season has arrivedfor here with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Gertrude Smith has returned for Southern BelL The other is
the Glades
to area Tuesday even
South Florida and tourist experts Bordeaux.
; to Lyons Ga., after a visit herewith new and improved type resulting --.-
are their gains
counting up ing. _
b Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Plumer, I from Southern Bell's developed -
; newly .
or losses thus far. i Mr. and Mrs, O. H.
'. and,family. *
The top 10 oceanfront hotels in "mark-sensing"* process. Floyd Browning is patient; at family visited her brother-in-law

; Mrs." c.-B. Jones Af and son, Alton Miami Beach are 100 per cent oc- "The mark-sensed prepared the Everglades.Memorial Hospitalthis and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mc-
statement will aid'the 'subscribers
cupied and a number of the lower- week. Cord in Miami.
f: Jones, have' as a guest her sister- In understanding his bill of Long
priced hotels! in the area are filled -
in-law, Mrs. Alma Stuckey, of Macon Distance' calls," O'Farrell says, -
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;f' Ga.'They also-had as a recent ."By furnishing detailed informa-
men their is run-
guest her son, D. W. Jones, of say occupancy tion for each Long Distance call."
ning from 70 to 90 per cent.
p'. Gainesville. The statement will list the date
Hialeah Race Course is exper- 'SaME FLORIM' 1 COUNTIES
the called city and state, the tele- .
; iencing an increase of 5.1 per cent
number called and the
in attendance over last year. Bet-
amount of the call. It will also list
ting is ,running 5.4 per cent more.
tracks alai the calling and called cities on collect HENDRY
rf Greyhound and jai in
4:3 and credit card calls. Only
the area are reporting gains also
f : over last.year. minor abbreviations of names will II I COUNTYCounty,

Airlines such as Delta, North-I be used. Seat

& east, Eastern, National and ,Pan "The change over to the new ti ,
x.wwt type statement should be complete La Belle
American, report an average
f, with the April bills received by
about five per cent gain in volume I
>,. DOTG and expect a bad jam around Easter our customers since we feel that j t j
when tourists begin to leave. the training of our*people shouldbe 1 J.t oc.' ..._ _
tI Seaboard Air Line railroad re- completed on or before that

overall of 15 date"* O'Farrell points out. .
'ports an gain per t! .
I-- cent in passanger traffic with > ( .

: some periods surging 26 percent Joint.Meetiiig By ,t ;; ....."
ahead of last year. ,Florida: East ; '! ::
Coast also reports traffic well WomansJClubs ::5

.ahead of, last year. ,.. ** *** .
'Consensus of opinion seems to The Pahokee Women's Club entertained

r be that Saudi Florida is experiencing members of the Belle
l. a winter tourist season'equalto Glade Woman's Club at the annual

l.r NIThLY x+ the best in history -dollarwise, luncheon and theatre party Wed- Here in these 760,900 acres of rich farmland vast

pa r. S mdal B 3'': but that visitors are more spread nesday, 1 quantities of sugar cane are turned over to one'of the
$ The luncheon at 12 refineries in the United States locatedin
r ,? out. than ever before.it noon was. largest sugar ,
} TAU held! in the Community Building at Clewiston. The muck lands of Hendry County

APRIL 18f Canal Point with Mrs. Sadie ,Bar- turn out winter vegetables for shipment to northern .

IIe wick :Mrs. Donald Kepp and Mrs. markets-offering a major source of income, along

r' :M. P. Stanley on the committee in with the important truck farming industry that goes
,: QUiNt :AS charge of arrangements. hand in hand with it. The Hendry County Fair and
Livestock Show will hold' their annual fair March 1
the luncheon club
.. Following
I t k My DAII YxDOUE" '.: I it members, and their guests went to through 5 in I960.
t II I the Prince Theatre in Pahokee In'progressive Hendry County and throughout
:; ( } Florida the United States Brewers Foundation
I II where they saw a special motion .
: AD tS51O 4 SI I picture through the courtesy of the works constantly to maintain sale of beer and ale_ .

I r FEEyPARKft'G( I theatre management. Mrs. Leon under pleasant orderly conditions. Believing that
strict, law enforcement serves the best interest of
Spooner, chairman of the club'smotion
\- the people of Florida, the Foundation stresses close
;. pctUl1'committee, was in cooperation with the Armed Forces, law enforcement
charge of arrangements .for the .
and governing officials.
e'I 18'WII1I party. ,
m .
It-F.LOt; I .Ji'I'i'f '
r Mr. and Mrs. 'B. C. Sims and ,:-: United State Bretcer*

1." -\ .i daughter, Miss Mary Ellen Sims, LIGHTBRIGHTBEVERAGE( :..-.1'i f Foundation
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their and
visited son, James Sims
wive ... .... :: sod M Mm Strf*
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;-. Cardiac Farmers Stay on fie Job

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'.' v Baptist Church Canal Point. Florida : Group Of Canal PointChrist

Rev. Charles D. Stewart Pastor Robert.A. Shelley Pastor Jesus' inspiring mission
healing and redemption will be
t:.:' 9:45 id.-Sunday School School _
a. 10:00 a. m.-Church the central topic at Christian Science x.
r- I 11:00 a. m,--Morning Worship IIooa.: m.-Morning Worship church services this Sunday.

,' 6:30 p. m,-Training..Union. 61:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship The Lesson Sermon entitled
; / 7:30 p. nu Evening WorshipWEDNESDAY 730 p. m. Evening Worship i "Christ Jesus" will include the pas-

It.i':'" : MONDAY:" I sage from John (10:37, 38): "If J I
7:30.p. nx-Prayer'Meeting. 3:15 Youth Choir,practice
.. p. do not the works of my, Father, -
TUESDAY: I believe me not. But if I.do, thoughye :
r: Holy Nativity 8:00,.p. m. Woman's Socie4ar. / : believe not me, believe the :

Episcopal Church 1st Tuesday works: that ye'may knowrtand believe ____
t 2nd MONDAY that the Father is in me, and
,, Pahokee 7:30 -Esther: Class meeting
p.m.: I
," ___________._ I in him.
r WEDNESDAY: And fl'9tn.the Christian Science i
;,. M. Wendell Hainlin, Vicar : .
r. SUNDAY:' 7:30 p. m-Prayer. Meetii.gFirst textbook, "Science and Health with
Key.to the Scriptures" by Mary
10 a. m.-Sunday. School '
.. Baptist'Church Baker Eddy, this citation, will be
t. 11 a. m Worship Service .
YE f.. ... Pahokee' read ,(26:14)': "Divine Truth, Life,
and Love gave Jesus authority over RESEARCH. STUDIES to determine a safe workload for farm
::5" First Methodist sinsickness, and death.,His mis- ers wlth,heart disease, now being carried forward at Purdue and
Rev. James E. Boyd, pastor I Universities with Heart indicate cardiacs
sion was to reveal the Science of Iowa Fund support, may
Church Pahokee faUNDAY SERVICES
.''' : continue to work but, should avoid peaks of strenuous labor.
": 0:45 a. m.-Sunday'School-, celestial being, to prove what God Above, apparatus measures energy needed to drive tractor. The
.'. Rev. Clare S.'Ban 11:00 a., .-Morning. Worship is and what He: does for man." I960-Heart Fund campaign will reach,its climax on Heart Sunday,
:" SUNDAY 6:45 p. m,-Training Union : February 28, with a nationwide residential collection la which
a. :
-"ore than 1.500.000 Heart Fund volunteers will participate.
-z- 9:45 a. m.-Church School 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship I Scouts Know How I .
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11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship WEDNESDAY: ,!
Jt 6:45 p.'m.-MYF 8:00 p. .-Prayer Meeting. I I To Measure WorkA ATTEND FUNERAL
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....: \ 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship I I Among those from the Pahokee- Heart Surgery for Parents, I I

TUESDAY: The Church Of God Boy Scout comes into' close Canal Point area who attended Plus 'New Miracle' i iI iI
t funeral services for Mrs. Mildred
7:00 p. m.-;-Vesper: Choir prac- contact with his Scoutmaster and
Of PahokeeCanal (Mickeyr Clark at Clewiston on
a ticeWEDNESDAY Prophecy, assistant* Scoutmaster and gener-
: ally has a fair idea of the great Thursday of last week were Mrs.

[ 7:45 p. In-Mfd-week: devotions Point Road amount of work they,do. ,Pope Sears and daughter, Glen-

,'. 8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- John H. Kinard, paste 1! Occasionally a Scout comes to da, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Branch, I

i' tice.Canal 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School know a few merit badge counse- Blanchard Branch, Mr.: and Mrs.
': .. UOO'a. m.: -Preaching Service lors and meets the men on the Julian Branch, Charles Hitchcock

Point First '7:45 p.. Evangelistic: Service board of, reviews. [and daughter Patsy,,. Mrs. H. L.
Sears, Mrs. Blanche Werner, ,Mrs.
8:00 p. m.-TuesdayVt L. B. Somehow courts of honor mater-
r Baptist Church '8:00 p.m. Thursday-W. H.B. ialize; camp:staffs are there,at the Eva Lowery, Mrs. Velma Hall,

t Everyone welcome Special. music right time.. How isn't the concern Miss Joyce Brown, Mrs. B. C. Sims,
Elder R.$.Barfield
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson and
and singing. of the boys. You pay your dues
SUNDAY: ...- j then your membership card and Mrs. W. P, PopeLeadership
10:00 a. XXL-Sunday School &
Boys Life come, at the appointedtime
; 11:00 a. m.-Morning WorshipS Church.Of,God, I like the milkman or the-mail. For
7:00, m.-B. T. C. ,
p. Barfield:Highway; We don't think much about the
S. S 8:00 p. xn.-Evening Worship : troop's sponsor unless there's Nuclear StudyGAINESVILLEFlorida

./' WEDNDESDAY: 9:45A. School trouble with Lizzie No. 2 or ameeting.
s 7:30: p. Mldweek.Prayer : M.-- Sunday .-place. The head of the institution is providing -
Service 11'Soo.\A.I. Morning Worship HEART RESEARCH, speeded
( > 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: P.. .-: ):.. w. W. B. (Parsonage the institutional repre- "bold and imaginative lead- by;the Heart Fund saved the*
7:30 m.-LadieS ';; ) sentative, the district committee ership" u\ the field of nuclear research lives of Mr. and Mrs. Richard. 1
p. 7:30 P. It-Evening Worship and executive board are beyondour Gov. LeRoy Collins Benoit of Worcester,Mass., both'
: Meeting. says. j
.. 7S0'P.li.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting scope, or they're unimportantwe of whom underwent successful
think. Collins speaking at the dedica- heart, operations before theirs

i .. S TiieLPahokee Church 7:30. P. M. FrldayChildrea'oChurch Every: boy in Scouting gets the tion of the state's first nuclear re- has marriage.been added Now, a="new their miracle"happy,,

Of he Nazarene biggest fifty-cent bargain he'll actor at the University of Florida, and healthy month-old
: I
: :E. the time _' named Patricia Ann.
7:30.P K. FridaJl-1fiP. ever getHe'gets.ratis, -predicted;the estate Jias a .bright daughter
... Mr. and Mrs. Benoit will be
I r' 71'Bacom Point Road and talent -volunteers .he could future-inrthe: atomic age.,
have to bUY- A host-of federal and university -I among the 1,500,000 Americans
r.: Cha-Ies'FCrauaweD.\ Pastor St Mary's Catholic never enough 1ey state collecting for the Heart Fund on
Phone.'1 2S. ,. ,P. O. Boac.882 the time that isn't for sale. officials were on hand forth Heart Sunday, February 28.
S11NDA.Y'SP.RVJeBJ: : Church} So here and now the boys of dedicatory ceremony on the ..-
9 .' za---S mddy: chooL "- Troop 628 wish to express our sin- university campus. They included
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Chancellor
11 tOO,'a'na.-Sunda''Worahtp.S Father 'David Cronin' : cere thanks' to our ScoutmasterLouis Board of Control Chairman J. J.
+)'p. JD.-JSBIoI'II.f SUNDAY MASSES Minis and Ed ,Carver, to all Daniel,, University ''President J. and sons of Orlando were guests
the"month the week of his brother and
First twomasses of past '
: 7KK p; m.-SunQay'Evening- the Troop Committeemen, our Wayne Reitz and Allen J. Vander y
;a Evangelistic ., 1100. sponsor the Lion's Club, and to all Weyden, deputy director of the sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Grady I
at 7:30. Chancellor and brotherinlawand
Other Sundays ,
WEDNESDAY the' people who contribute Atomic Energy Commission.
r 7t30 p. nut-Midweek Prayer year to make our troop a success. William ,J.. Clapp of St. Peters- sister Mr. and Mrs. :Marrell

r meeting. I St. Peters I- "Where you 'axe..a stranger but Glade Ludlam. Corp., and chairman of the Flor- -

K onoW'_ ChurchBelIe .. ida Development Commission, saidit I Mr. and Mm. D. P. Jones of

.. -4. I Erwin,J. Baumgartner.- Pastor' would be just a matter of time I Naples announce the birth of a son 'I

WSWN' listings For 601 W. Lake Rd. Belle ,Glade 4-H Clubbers Will before peaceful 'effects ,of nuclear on Feb. 21. Mrs.Jones is the former i

Daily Devotions I I SUNDAY; f Go ToOrlando'Fair energy will be felt in Florida. Wanda Vorhees of Canal Point. I

Divine Services 11 A. M. #
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: Listed below-is' the schedule for School 9:45 A. JL .. 4-H Club members,'Janette ,Harrington (
: -. of Canal ,Point and Joe \
,4 r the Daily Devotion Broadcast over :' ,
'" Radio Station WSWN-ending May. Mrs. AtkingfcPreserits Graham of Pahokee, are:taking.an I II I
-' active part In ,the poultrshow! at '
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Circle Program'Mrs.
February 29Mar. 4,Rev h Robert the. Central; Florida.Fair' in Orlando II I
this .
Methodist, Canal Point. weekend. -
: Shelley, \
; March 7-11, Rev. E. W. Kelting, .. .J. S. Atkins presented a As members of the,Palm Beach
Assembly of God Belle Glade.. program on "Reaching Rural County 4-H Club Poultry Judging I J1IOllltJ leR TIFlt .
Churches" at the February meeting Team they will participate in the
fit ,March 14-18, Rev. E. E. Archer,
Baptist Belle Glade. of/ the Annie Jones-Hannah 4-H poultry,,judging contest at the '-.'
March 21-25, Rev. Kenneth Scoggin Circle Canal Point Bap- Fair. Janette is exhibiting her :

l Price, Nazarene, Belie Glade. tist Woman's Missionary Society. i Rhode Island Red pullets which OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN I i!
-' March, 28-April iFlrst Baptist at the home of :Mrs. M, J. Sapp. won several blue ribbons and a 120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN ,
'-.; Church, Belle Glade. Mrs. D. P, Hughes gave the devo- I rosette purple ribbon for the best t i iI i I

!r' April 4-8, 'Rev. Lee W. Rustln, tio als. Others assisting were Mrs. I poultry exhibit at the South Florida WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF

Methodist, Belle Glade. Edward Rodgers Mrs H. G. Rod- I Fair and Exposition. Joe is CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES 1

-. April 11-15, Rev. Edward Strainer gers and :Mrs. S. A. NaIL ,Mrs..Edward I showing his white Leghorn hens .
Baptist,",Belle Glade. Rodgers presided at the busi- I which also won blue ribbons and a WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETTTIVB BUYER PARTI-
April 18-22 Rev. John Petrie, ness in the absence of the chair- ,purple rosette for the best hen any CIPATION AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE:
Episcopal Clewiston. man, Mrs. Charles Maxson l breed, at the South Florida' Fair. 11ARKET'JIEBE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH i

X April 25-29, Dr. Leighton Scott. ___;0. I Janette's sister Nancy, is also ex- CONFIDENCE :

Presbyterian Belle Glade. I UNCLE BEN BETTER hibiting Rhode Island Red pulletsat !

; May 2-6 Rev. James Boyd Bap- .J. B., (Uncle Ben) Elliott Paho the Orlando fair.. Glades Livestock Market Ass'n
tist, Pahokee. kee pioneer settler who has been They were accompanied to Or-

:' May 9-13, Rev. August Koerber, of ill health for the past few years lando by Bill Eckler of Delray ON PAHOKEE-BELLE GLADE ROAD -
Lutheran. Belle Glade. is recovering from a recent fall in Becah also a member of the PBC
m 1 which fractured his wrist and 4-H poultry judging' team who Is PHONE WY 6-S628 GEORGE YOUNG MANAGER ,

Mrs. C. A. Batchelor has returned nose. It is reported he is ableto exhibiting white Lqghorns; Mrs.
home from West Palm Beach be in a wheel chair at the Hollywood Elizabeth Pierce and Raleigh SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. :

where she was a patient at Good I 1 hospital where he receiving Griffis, County agents, and Mrs. I

Samaritan Hospital I treatment. Gladys Harrington. ..-

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Capt. Rickenbacker Association;'past president of the"1 Ralph Blank Seeks- Resources Development Board of t

Jesse Yarljorough Florida Advisory Council, and I Palm Beach County, of which his

Talks To Rotes president of the Miami Kiwanis (continued on page 8) father. Ralph J. Blank, Sr., served !

,- Secretary State Club. In October, 1955; he declinedan I in Florida, attended Palm Beach as manager for 13 years; a member -

Capt Eddie Rickenbacker, gen- appointment as Dade Sheriff i High School graduated from the of the South Olive School PTA II

eral ,manager of Eastern Airlines offered by then-Governor Fuller University of Florida* where he and Memorial Presbyterian Chur- .
Tuesday told an audience of some Jesse H. Yarborough, long-time Warren.: Yarborough was a member was a member of ATO, Florida ch. He is married and has three

600 persons which included the Dade County civic, educational, of the original turnpike com- Blue Key and two honorary scholastic children. .
County Commission, airport re- governmental leader, Saturday announced mittee appointed by Governor fraternities. In World Warn "Early in the campaign I shallpresent I

building programs are needed to his candidacy for the postof i Warren, which studied and recommended he served as a field artillery officer the people of Palm Beach

meet the jet age in flying. Florida Secretary of State. to the Governor enactmentof in five campaigns; won the County with a detailed platform

Rickenbacker was speak for a Yarborough to "use all the pres- turnpike legislation. He was a Air Medal and four oak leaf clusters covering the legislative program

Joint Rotary Club meeting at West member of the 19-man committee and in the Korean War he serv-. which r believe will be needed in '

Palm Beach, a session which drew authorized by the 1955 legislature, ed as a counter-intelligence officer.He the 1961 session, and an accoUnting ,

one of the largest audiences in which studied and made recom- is currently an active memberof of-my*record in the legislaturefor

many months. mendations to Governor Collins on a local army reserve unit, USAR the past four years," Rep. \

The nationally known airline ex. s kR A r. k. taxes in Florida: for considerationby Army Garrison (3220). Blank said.Coffee. '

ecutive said he didn't know if the ? : the 1957 legislature. He has practiced law in West .. ..

county should build its own modern Only last week Yarborough was I Palm'Beach for the past 10 years, I

airport or should combine its elected President of the Orange I is a member of the American: Shop Is

.. efforts with other county's. "You .M Bowl Committee. He also serves as i State and Palm Beach County Bar Under New Manager

, are going to,have to add to present trustee of the Miami Boys Club,I associations, serving on various

" *,, airport facilities warned. Y Chairman of the Membership Com active committees, 'ben an ac- The Coffee Shop in Canal Point
He predicted that in' the next mittee of the :YMCA and Chairman -I tice member of the Junior Chamber 'J 19 being operated by :Mrs. Harvey

50 years, Americans will: be using of the Dade County Olympic of Commerce for a number of Batchelor of Pahokee and she Js '

, planes flying speeds up to 25,000 Fund Committe He is a Kiwan- years,.served.as-Palm Beach Coun- :being ,assisted by Mrs. Dot Harveywho
miles an hour, nuclear poweredthat ian, Baptist, Shriner and American. ty chairman: of the American Red formerly operated the Korner

. can circle the world without Legionnaire. Cross fund drive, and is a memberof Kup in Pahokee. Mrs. Batchelor
.' refueling. Yarborough,. a real estate and' The,American Legion. V. F. W., worked in the local eating spot
; Space ships he said, will be commonplace zoning consultant, said he will I West Palm Beach RotarySouthand several months ago so she is

; irf the near future-an wage "a vigorous campaign in ev- the Reserve Officers associa- thoroughly familiar with Coffee

. era when plans will fly from coastto JESSE YARBOROUGH ery corner of Florida to acquaint tion. Shop operations. She invites her

coast in an hour-across the the people with my qualificationsfor He is an active ,member of the friends to visit her.
Atlantic in two -span the Pacificin tige and influence of the office of this most important State Cab- I

four and around the world .in Secretary of State to end th'e evils inet I

less than ten. of sectionalism, arrest the creeping post"I. M in < i1 H-H-H-H < t H 111111 n H ..m 1111 M.. i i n i n j r >

About recent air plane crashes, development of big government, I
the EAL executive said these ac- and effect every conceivable econ- THEATRESPRINCE
Awarded _
cidents omy without hampering the effic- ,
and those}involving ships .
, and cars "are the price( we pay for: ient operation" of our State Govern- Junior Members

motion." ment. LAKE DRIVEINPahokee

He had high praise for the retir- Members of the Pahokee 'High "

, CLASSIFIED ADS I ing Secretary of State R. A. Gray, Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
School Junior Class who were
.PAY-BIG"DIVIDENDS and said he will "endeavor to'carry ,. ,
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i Ion an efficient operation of the of- awarded prizes for outstandingsales :' -2 MO FEATURES -

C. REQUEST FOR BIDS fice hi a manner to which the peo- in the Junior's annual maga- t
Sealed proposals for electrical alter
ations for additional room air conditioning ple of the State have become accustomed zine sales campaign were Sandra SUNDAY AND MONDAY SSSEJSESSTSSTSUSi
units at Everglades Memorial during the distinguished I I

Hospital western will Palm be Beach received County by the North-Public 30-year, career of Bob Gray." J second I THE SNOWS OF

Hospital Board at the Everglades Memorial Yarborough pointed out that the ; KILIMANjARO"IS
Hospital a Florida corporation. Secretary of State is a vital member Martha Sellers, Olga Sheffield La- "
1749 East Main Street Pahokee. Florida MINE! .
I of State dora Freddie Hickerson GREGORY PECK, AVA GARD-
the Cabinet, "which Crosby,
until 8:00 P. !L (E. S. T.). March 21,
1960. at which time and place all,bids has the responsibility for formu- and Alvin "Johnson. runners-up. ROCK, HUDSON, JEAN SIMNEB & SUSAN HAYWARD
will be publicly opened and read aloud. lating the policies which determine Funds raised in the campaign will "MONS AND DOROTHY / ALSO -
Bids received after said time will be
returned unopened., how for and how fast our state will I be used to defray the'expenses of .
I McGuiRE "The Little
1 Copies of the specifications and other progress." the Junior -Senior Prom and other, : L Hobo"ti.ii
contract documents are on file and are '
available for public Inspection at the "I will always'} render fair and Class activities. iiii.ni.nnti. n. 11.1.. II..I..II. ...I.l.<. I.. .l. ..I..II..I..I l.I .I..Miy4.:.{..I..I..II.. ..I..I..I,.II| I
office of the Everglades Memorial Hospital I ,
1749 East Main Street Pahokee. just decisions to the very best of
\ Florida, and a copy thereof may be obtained my ability,.without fear or favor I ..,; ,
;,_ upon a deposit of $10.00, returnable "'Iil',: 1
., upon surrender at the above officeto Yarborough,promised. .t .
the Hospital Administrator. of the 53' is native of I ,. .
Yarborough, a ... : .. I
copy of the plans good condition at
any tune within 1S days following the Chester, S. C., the sun of a Baptist \( : '. ,
date of opening of bids minister and a 1930 graduateof ABLESSED
.Character and amount of security to \ /-,
' be' furnished by each bidder are stated Clemson College, :where he received .. : .. ,
4 In the above mentioned documents. No "' '
Science 4 /
a Bachelor degree 1
bid,may be withdrawn with 30 days FoR :3. Tht Fakes Tutor Sadat :. "
from the scheduled closing time for in agricultural'chemistry.. He received ) YOUR BUDGET! ... '" (
receipt of bids. The Northwestern Palm 1930-31 at
a fellowship
Beach County Public Hospital Board a
reserves the rlght'to reject any or all I Clemson where he taught, and
bids and to waive any irregularities '0; "
work in chemis-
therein. The principal features of the pursued graduate
contract are: \
and try.He ,
The furnishing of all
is married to the former
.. ,h' __' .3abor.necessary.to-1n'L.11 AIMtUonal
f. -", hospital -electrical service ,and the Louise Blanding, duaghter:'o .:Maj. ,....:'
: installation of outside service and ; .
Gen and Mrs. A. H. Blanding-
the Installation of additional elect- .
trtcai outlets throughout the hos- Bartow. Camp Blanding, well- !!' .'

pital. known North Florida World Warn SAVE UP TO *
Bids shall be addressed the North- $124 -ON AMERICA'S
western Palm Beach County: Public Army Base, was named for Gen- } 'SAV1NGEST SIX-PASSENGER CAR-THE FALCON! ;'
Hospital Board. 1749 East Main Street
Pahokee. Florida, and plainly marked: eral Blanding. The Yarboroughs The Falcon's priced up to SI 24 Icu than other

., lation""Proposals on the for outside Electrical of Wiring the envelope.instal have three children; Louise, a \ 6-passcngcr compact cars, gets up to 30 miles per, F I
!' NORTHWESTERN PALM BEACH Florida State :University graduate gallon 4,000 miles between oil changes. Cuts costs :' t
COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL married to Frank U. Greed; JesseH. 1, COME on tires, parts, up to 15% on insurance! Compare .:'

BOARDBy: Luke .W.' Dufrense. ., Jr., .20-year-old Clemson sophomore l t Falcon luggage space, quality, performance! \
Administrator. ; and Bert, 13. t AN D .ea..M...lfact...*.....M rtUil fefimtd prfcMjfie : .
Publish: February 2fl and March 4. I960. "
Yarborough served as Athletic ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Dircetor and Football Coach at ".;. :" ,
Public Notice Is hereby given that Bartow High School in 1931-32, '- ABU1DJ : '
the undersigned intend to register with and from 1932 to 1942 was Ath- SR .,
) the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm f ; .
Beach County. Florida, in compliancewith letic Director and Football Coachat j
Section 865. 09. Florida Statutes of Miami Senior High*,School. Dur-: .
1957. the fictitious trade name _of
INDIAN MOUND NURSERY under ing the latter period, Miami High i
which we are engaged In business at lost only one football game in 10 wthourbR.D EcOPJOMYTWHt ,-= H:
.F 930 Northwest 4th Street Belle Glade .
years to another Florida ,Team
ft. Florida.MARCELYNN _
W. C. CAPELThadd C. FOUNTAHI His cocahing.record shows 96 wins, e.1' economy choice of/ifeb'me/ / .c\ !

Whldden 13 losses and fourties.Yarborough .... ., "
Attorney for ApplicantP. served with the Air ,. +,. "
. O. Box 395 t"
Pahokee. Florida Force, from 1942 to 1946. He was t Y IY f THEV yTa,
Publish" : Feb. 26, March 4. 11.18..}960. discharged as a Major after serv- TMs FIIt pO / a-0 r CAR MAKES THAT IT '
: 4
NOTICE OF INTENTION ing as commandant of student of- 500 qub$edss i :" FOOLISH '
r TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS ficers at Maxwell :Field, Ala., in X

.. NAME 1946-48 he served as Director of _
,: Notice is hereby given that the Public Welfare for the City of :Miami -

: undersigned, under the provisions supervising parks recreationgolf

, of Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida, courses, the Orange Bowl ,.
Acts of 1941. will register with Stadium, auditoriums said public :' ,1.-:.. .

the Clerk. off* the Circuit Court, in assistance. .

and for Palm Beach County, Florida 1 In 1948, he was elected' to the

upon receipt of proof of Publication Da e County Commission, wherehe F.D.A.F. ,g '
of this notice the fictitious served until 1957. He fought HERE'S WHY FAIRLANE

! name, to-wit: hard for home rule in County 500 IS THE VALUE LEADER OF THE YEAR ,-

;" YATES & ELLIOTT ORGANIC Government. Want savings in the large economy size? Our Fairlane 500 -

" FERTILIZER COMPANY In July, 1958, he was appointedto all-new,bigger,finer in every way..yet priced up to S142tiu ,
under which we are engaged in the Dade County Board of Pub- than last year! There's more built-for-peoplc comfort j THE '' "''
( to 4 inches more shoulder room, for instance) more t ECONOMY '
business. at Pahokee, Florida. lic Instruction, and was elected fa up ?
fine-car features.Come in and the twin that Twin! ,
pick savesyoubcst.
another Y
: That the parties interested in 1958 to serve twoyearterm. r .

,-,. said b.Uslness.are as follows: .
4 WALTER YATES ANDB. Yarborough has" served as Pres- PORD-Tfo Ftaut Ford of a IrfriiHW FALCON-n*N W- M.ford THUNDCWttD-n*Writ Mott WanW Cof

ELLIOTT, JR., Owners ident of the Florida High School ,

Pahokee, County of Palm Beach. Coaches Association and in 1954 Pahokee Motor

. Florida, February 19, 1960., was .awarded a plaque for distinguished Company
Firm Name:' Yates and Elliott and meritorious service to

Organic Fertilizer Company athletics in Florida by the Asso .I' PAHOKEE, FLORIDA ;

By Walter Yates and B. Elliott, Jr. ciation. He is a past president of -',_ '. r

s- Pub. Feb. 19, 26, March 4, 11,,1960. the Florida County Commissioners \ -- ,. r. 'SEE "FORD STABTJME". : IN LIVING .COLOR. TUESDAYS ON' NBC-TV -.:.. .,

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