The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 13, 1960
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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High 'School l. Band Pre-Schools Will To Raise Funds For Forward Program .I Duncan Padgett,, { ,

Sign Up May IS At Pahokee ChurchOn ,

; Not Up To Par The Youth Center Pahokee Mayor '
The annual pre-school enroll- June 3rd Gus Johnson, Secre- .
ment for children eligible to enter T- tary Forward: Program of Chur-

t.t..I: Bandmaster Robert 0 .Lampi's the First Grade at the Pahokce The second annual all-day "fa- ch Finance of Florida Baptist Convention I Coming from one of the fine old-

Pahokee High School Band performed Elementary School, next fall will diothon 'to raise funds for the Pa- and A. D. Dawson, Field I Okeechobee -
beautifully at the State be held Wednesday, May 18, from hokee Youth Center will be held Secretary, along with a crop of ex-,
':f Band Contest in: Petersburg 9 to 10 a. m., according to Prin- Thursday, May 19, according to perienced leaders' from various mayor made his first bid for public '
last weekend but 'was not quite cipal Herman Austin. The enroll- Mrs. I. M. Lair, president. of Pa-, I churches over Florida will be in office and won a decisive victory in
: able to attain the all-superior rating ment will be under the direction of hokee Youth Center,Inc. Pahokee for a Clinic on the Forward one of the cleanest political campaigns -
'V the PHS Bands of the past Mrs. Harris folds, assisted'by Mrs.D. Jack Phillips has been named Program of Church FL ar.ce. in Pahokee's history. New
!l- ; : few years have won in Class CC W. Cunningham, Mrs. Edna general chairman of the fund-rais- Churches throughout this area are Mayor Duncan Padgett rolled up.a .

'. competition At the State contests. Maxson and Mrs. Robert Shelley, ing drive. He will be assisted by invited to send their Finance' Com- 159 vote majority over Mayor F. S.
, ;;C/ This year the Band, with only 45 first grade teachers, and Miss Jane .Miss Becky Barwick: poster chairman mittees, Deacons, and all interested "Dick" Parrish in the run-off elec-
{*.:' players, ,won superior ratings in Plumer and Miss Cook school ; Mrs. Barbara Branch, talent members ,to the Clinic which tion Tuesday when the vote stood
f I I' :,t sight-reading and marching and nurses. Mrs. Folds will also be in chairman; P. A. Slonaker trans- will tiegin at 1:30 in the afternoonof as follows: Padgett 532, Parrish .
, T an excellent" rating in concert. charge of the enrollment of the portation chairman Mrs. Joanne June 3rd and continue throughan 373.The .

I .> Edwina Humphrey,_as student con- first graders at the Royal Palm Wilder radio chairman, and Mrs. evening session of the same new mayor was sworn into
I: ductor, was awarded a superior School on May 19 from 9 to 10, a. Doris Sasser, auction chairman.An day. office Tuesday night following the
r t rating for her performance in di- m. auction will be held in con- --.f- announcement of vote results. He
** recting the band in one number. junction with the radiothon, this was congratulated by the outgoing
r.;N Soloist from the PHS Band being an added feature to the mayor and many of his staunch
; who received excellent ratings in- Confer'Degrees drive. Last year.a total of $2999.52was : supporters who were present for

cluded Buddy Lampi, trombone; raised for the Youth Center, Mrs. Lillie RhoadsFuneral the ceremony. ,Mayor Padgett is a
;, Bonnilu Lair, flute; Becky Grimes, On New MembersExemplar and it is.expected with the auction past president of the Pahokee -
> piano; Sandra Lampi, baton.twirl- added, this sum will be exceededthis Lions club !and has been ever alert
-. ing; and Alice Hurt,piano. A clarinet year. Donationsof articles srevices for Mrs. Lillie' and active in every civic movementin

J\:..,. quartet from the band, composed Degrees, of the Beta suitable for auction will be wel- Mae Rhoads, 70, 223 Barfield Highway Pahokee for many, many years.
t of Myra/JoneSj. Penny Sas Sigma Phi Sorority :wereconfer comed by the* Youth Center and Pahokee, were held at the Pa- The new mayor upon assuming -

\ ser, Dorothy Hatton and Jane redon _five candidates at a meeting any pefeon'having! ;such articles is hokee First Methodist Church the: city's highest office did not i
(... Ryals, also was rated excellent. conducted by Beta Sigma Phi's asked to',contact.Mrs. Sasser, or Thursday at 2 p. m., with the Rev. promise any sweeping changes in 1
I'._ ..4i. :city council in the social hall of the Mrs. Marie Kincaid youth center Clare S. Hall, pastor, officiating. governmental activities, but did '
f" Elks Club, withVMrs. Lois White. director, or Gary Folds, presidentof Mrs. Rhoads died at her home promise his friends and constitut- i
r: Court Of Honor council president presiding The the student organization! at the Wednesday morning after a long tents that he would make an hon-' ,'

group receiving.the ,exemplary-j jjr& center. S" .** ? illness. She came to Pahokee in est; and sincere effort to make"g6qd a '. ,
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And Parents Night inpbided<.Mrs.:Janet Johnson Mrs,Lair and other\bfficials: of 1929 from Sarasota- .and' 'was' 'a mayor- for the**Cityof. "Pah'o,, rm <':4. )I
':. member of the Beta Omicron the Youth-Center' are asking the member of the Pahokee. < .First. kee* ,
Chapter Mrs.Becky Howard,Mrs. public, to. give its full support to 'Methodist Church. i t tf

Wednesday May. ,4th. Was par Joan Tucker, Mrs. Emogene Scott ,the drive, as the center is behindin Survivors include''two sons, C. !Bill Moss Takes : -
ent's night and a Court" 4f Honor and Mrs. Donna,Plumer; all members both its payments of salary to J. Humphries, Miami, and L.L.
of the Xi Alpha.Mu Chapter. the director and its installments on Humphries, Pahokee; two daughters -
was held at Boy Scout Beach. Tha !
t. Following the conferring of the the building, mortgage. Mrs. Olga Pugh, Pahokee and Same Job Again
; \ boys in Billy Boe's, Wayne Boyn- degrees, officers of the sorority's Mrs. Gloria Belyeu, Miami; three
f h; tJon's, John Vandegrift's, Dennis city .council for the coming year brothers, LouiS: Hugh and Mason
Martin's and Chuck Pell's patrols were installed with Mrs.. Lillian Beer Sale Permit Weekly, all of Pensacola; and two W. O. (Bill) Moss, re-elected to

i took part in skits presented .by Hatton acting as installing officer. sisters, Miss Fannie Weekly, Pen- a second term of office, was installed -

each patrol, which were enjoyed. by, Mrs. Lois White, re-elected for a. Denied DinerFor sacola, and Mrs. Pearl Karcher, president of the Pahokee Par-
the guests. second term of office, was inducted Tiny Miami. ent-Teacher Association at theMay
t": Then an Order of the Arrow president; Mrs. Shirley Shirley, Pallbearers were Marvin Cow-
ceremony was presented, with recording secretary. Mrs. Donna art, Leon Spooner O. B. McClure, meeting of PTA, the last of
The the third time in the past the current school held Monday
David Watkins in charge. Plumer corresponding secretary; R. J. Schroder, Leo Maxwell1 I and year
honor of becoming a, member of and Mrs. Wfllola Moss. treasurer.Mrs. few weeks the Pahokee City Council Mayor Duncan Padgett. night in the high school audi-
the Order of the Arrow, is one White was presented with a In special session Tuesday night Burial was at the Port Mayaca torium, with Mrs. John A. Dulanyof
that cannot deliberately set turned down an application for a Belle Glade, past president of
you gift in appreciation of her servicesas Cemetery. William Wetherington
beer license for the TJny Diner, an Pahokee PTA serving as install-
This honor ,
out to earn on your own. president for the past year. Funeral Home was in charge'of ar
is bestowed ,on a Scout by his After the installation the soror- eating place at 2815 East Main,St., rangements. ing officer.
being'operated by Paulk .. Other officers inducted by Mrs.
now Gene
fellow campers when he has prov- ity members wen joined by their 4
if and Ralph Tillman. The alleged Dulany were Mrs. N. R. Lemonds,
ed himself worthy of receiving husbands for a buffet supper ,and
by being an outstanding Scout awl dance party. I popularity of the Tiny Diner as a Prize Offered Foritestaoilfcssay first vice president and program '

a good unselfish camper. The four meeting place of teenagers is reported .. chairman; Mrs. Milton Douglas,
boys selected for this honor were: to be the reason for the second vice president and membership -

x. Billy Boe, John Cook Vandegrift,- Garden-Club Will Council's refusal to grant the li- chairman; Mrs. David Unwin,

,_ Roger': Simonson and Joe Graham cense. third vice president and hospitality ft
,each boy Present at the meeting were chairman; J. H. Wilkinson, Jr.,
During summer camp Install OfficersNew The student at the Canal Point
55 5 must complete an ordeal before he newly elected Councilmen Joe Ek fourth vice president and finance
Thompson and Elmer B. Elliott. School judged to1'have,written the chairman Mrs. Horace Unwin
is officially a member. It was ;>a ;
most impressve ceremony and enjoyed of the Canal Point C ,R. Wetherington, re-elected to best essay on "Soil Conservation"will secretary; Mrs. Joe Hatton, Jr.,
all.Afterwards. officers the Council without opposition in be,awarded a prize by the Ca- treasurer; Mrs. Ernest Maxwell,
by :. Garden Club, the Pahokee Garden 3 out of nal Point Garden Club at the May Norman I
< the following awar.>a the May election, was historian, and Noma ; par- '
for advancement to Club and the Sod Busters Garden town and unable to attend. Be- meeting to be held at the home of liamentarian. Mrs. Lemonds presented 1'
were given
Boe's patrol and for campingto Circle, which is affiliated with the cause of his absence, the reorganization Mrs. M. C. Carter Thursday, May each of the officers with a ,
Garden Club, will be inducted 19 at 3 This will be 'the last I
The Pahokee of the Council and the nam- p. m. corsage or boutonniere.
merit badge awards were presented at a Joint installation lunch- ing of department ,commissioners regular meeting of the club for the President Moss announced & .
by Dr. E. J. Graham, Mr. Hugo eon, to be_ held in the Community for the coming year was postponed season. :Mrs. Floyd Erickson will meeting of the new officers will I
Boe, Mr. E. Cooper, Mr Paul Till- Building at Canal Point Tuesday, until the regular meeting, May 23. be in charge of the' program" Mrs.C. be held at his home at 7:30 p. m.. ,
and Coach Webb Pell. May 17, at 12:30 p. m. Frank Brady for the installationof G. Coburn and Mrs. J. S. Har- May 30, to make tentative plans
ery Our thanks to Mike Brown and The Pahokee Garden Club will a short wave radio broadcasting rington will assist Mrs. Carter as for the coming year.

others from West Palm Beach'for be in charge of luncheon arrangements 'of as hort wave radio broadcasting co-hostesses. Mrs. Roy Vandegrift, Jr., retiring
their part in the Order of the Ar- The Canal Point Garden antenna on the top of the Lake I I I historian, presented PTA' witha
row ceremony. To Mr. Wheeler .Club will decorate the tables and Avenue water tower, this being Prom And Banquet handsome, leather-bound book
,and the Sod Busters will has made I the history of Pahokee
Ludlam for getting the-wood for the hall the third time,Mr. Brady containing I
our council fire and to all others furnish the corsages which will be this application after two pre- Scheduled ToniteThe PTA for the past year with ample
-who freely of their time presented the new officers The (continued on page 8) space for recording PTA history Sn I
so .
gave .
the directionof annual Pahokee School
nightthe program will be under High future years. i
and effort to make parent's
Mrs. Curtis Chase of the Paho Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom A donation to the Pahokee !
success that is was
Reported by Wayne Ludlam kee Club. MAYOR'S VOTE at which members of the gradu- Youth Center Fund by PTA was
.. Mrs. Henry L. Pennock of Jupiter PAHOKEE, MAY 10, 1960 ating class are honored guests of authorized. The monthly, attendance -.
Jack and Bobby 'Bush were ac- director of District 10 of the the Junior Class, will be held this awards were won by Mrs. .
visit with Florida Federation of GardenClubs.r Friday evening. Frances Whiteside' Fourth Grade '
home from & 532
installing of Duncan Padgett Following the banquet in the the school and by
# their brother-in-law and sister,').!r. will serve as at elementary
and Mrs..Harold Elder, the first of ficer. Dick Parrish 373 school cafeteria at 8 pt m. the the Ninth Grade at the'high school,
the week by their mother, Mrs A. ----- prom will be held in the gymnasium Joshua Seaver, director of the

P.Bush who had been the guest of Mr and Mrs. Raymond Taylor with Joe Bonni and his or- Diversified Cooperative Training
,_, her son-in lave and daughter in were recent.guests of.Mr. and Mrs. I If chestra to furnish the music for program at Pahokee High School,

Jacksonville; Sam Scruggs, Jr., at Lake Wales, ::Majority. .______.159 dancing. (continuea on page 8) ,

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r;: Page, Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida '- Friday, May 13,1960'
- ...' .. onvention'Me SUMMER AT JENSENMr. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar L. Hooks
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i and Mrs: ; John Kautz, Sr., had as guests at a dinner and family -
In Miami May 17-20
entertained ,at their home north of reunion at their home'in Canal
'. Canal Point with a barbecue din I( Point their daughter-in-law, Mrs.

$u..." r..l The Southern Baptist Convention! ner and family reunion before I Stanley Hooks and children of
; 1 meets May 17th to the 20th at the leaving to spend the summer at 1 I Guaro, Cuba; their son-in-law and

; UI tII Miami Beach Auditorium in MMapi Jensen Beach AU of their nine daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harris -

:; J:::ics E. Boyd is: the Florida children and families were present and children of West Palm
representative on Committee on except for two. Dinner was served Beach; and their son John How-

7. :: II I Order of Business. The Convention, to. 32 persons. ard Hooks, of Miami.

; : v.-ill be preceded by the Woman's

i; __ Missionary Union Convention :-: : : t : t 1 : I : 2ooH+: : : : : : : : : : 1 t : t t : : : : : : H+
which opens Sunday and $$he'
or's Conference which opens past-I

day. Rev. Boyd, and wife HAY DINER
L The Rardin Building Canal Point Florida messengers to the Convention 1

c along with others,who. will be at. ,
tending. Some. fifteen thousand ;

k : Baptist messengers, representing
t THE EVERttADESNEW& thirty one thousand churches with CURB' SERVICEOn

membership< of over, nine million, r.
: I J Serving the LakeO. > eechobee Fanning Region Without, .' -
will be- in attendance to the Con
Interruption Every Week,for More Than 30 Years vention. The Theme for the Con- Short'Orders From 5 p. m.. til 1 a. m.WE .

'. ,' .,. Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday vention will be "Required of Stew-
'\ _: S.qbserip.tion..Eriee.$2.00 Year, In,Advance. ards Found. Faithful". Billy I
Graham: will, !address the Pastor's ", .
Everglades; News Is Entered:at.the Post Office Conference on Tuesday and the

I'. t la Canal Point, Florida,.as Second Class :Matter Convention at large on Friday in We extend a cordial invitation to you to : :

the'Miami Beach Auditorium.
Paul 'RardIn Owner, Editor, Publisher -.1...L stop, by the TINY DINER the next time f

, Randy Lake Gets HONOR..ROLL 5th Six,Weeks her and.Mrs and Wiley sister-in-law Tillis visited; Mr. : ycu'want a meal or a snack.

Cub ScoutrBadge ALL A's and Mrs. H. L. Jaudon, and familyat + ,
12tlt Grade: Shirley Culberson, Wauchula Sunday. 111

Randy Laks was awarded a Ann Jackson.9th ---- m -
Lions badge and promoted to the Grade: Joe Graham. ligLli,1

: Webelos Den at the monthly meet- HONOR ROLL: ,

:,. ing of Pahokee Cub Scout Pack 12th Grade; Karen Adams, Leah
623 held in the social hall of the Butler, Suzanne Chastain, Betty

First Methodist Church with W. Jean Clark, Edwina Humphrey,,

O. (Bill) Moss, ,assistant cubmaster Myra Jones, Ruth Kahle,, Samilee :

presiding., Lanham, Shirley Levins, Suzanne j
The good conduct awad was re- Morgan, Kathleen Spencer, David
, ceived by Den n, the attendance Watkins. I Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

" award by Den IV and the most 11th Grade; Shirley Anderson, I

awards banner by Den I, Mrs. Guy Jeff Barwick, Dianne Douglas,I SALES and SERVICE V .

Wood, den mother was given spec- Carol Epstein, Gary Folds, Alice:

ial recognition for her work in or- Hand, Elizabeth Humphries, Cur- Heating: Air Conditioning* Appliances
ganizing. the. new Den 5. tis Russom, Ha Mae Smith Brenda II
Individual awards consisting of Unwin Virginia Scrape, Nellie

either badges or arrows were received Yoemans. i &s .. .. .. ,
. by Mike Elliott, ,Dick Tyson 10th Grade; Robert Boe Jeanette -
Bill Moss, Randy Lake, Lynn Harrington, Roger Hatton, John
Fisher. Barry Rain ri, Richard Hundley. Ronald Kautz Patricia

Batchelor, Eugene Reed, Hank Keene, John Lowe, William .Max-I -, 1

Tucker, Glen Stewart w son, Claud Morgan, Yvonne Thom- .
pson, Katherine Young.9th '

Miss Anita .Cowart of Jacksonville Grade; Wayne Boynton ;. ; "
.spent the weekend in Pahokee John.Cook, Robert Lampi Heather '..." y

with her parents. Mr.. and Mrs. Reed, John Robbins, Gayle Sears,
Marvin Cowart. .Constance Singletary, Donald "

: nkersley,"Crate Tucker; Jimmy Ii'iIM'IJ"!;i ".k."y' ., r. ..
Vandegrift, Jamesl Veal, Michael
Watkins, Velma Williams, Linda W'

Classified s' Woofter, Amy Young.8th "
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Grade; William Boe, Ronald -

Bracewell, Thomas Brock,

FOR SALE: New and used,Willys ,Wilma Cooper. Eugnee Cooper, : 4
. Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn James. Crauswell, Robert Culberson lill' fr 1-
Belle Glade, Phone 3058. Carol Hatton, Dianne Hollon K (

Oct. lT-54-ch. Wayne Hundley, Billy Kennedy, : < :! '.
Lair Ernestine Maxwell, 4 w
Dorothy '
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SUBSCRIPTION expiration datesto >.,-.
Kirby Mole, Harold Peacock, ':' '" ''.'
this newspaper are markedon Charles Pell, Amanda Pitts, JannPlumer
your name label as it comes to .
Linda' Sheffield, John :
you each week. Check the date on { H ji.y ;
Wade Donald Windham. :
yours That is your-date to renewWe'll .
Yth Grade; Mary Lee Adams '
be looking for a check.
Thanks. The Everglades News. Laura Boyd, Melvin Greer, Glenda
,King, Marion Harris, Patrick Mur- }

PRINTING OF. ALL KINDS. If phy, John Pell, Linda Reid, Willola lj% ,. .F+ "
you need cards, envelopes, letter- Tyson. f
heads heads .hand !
statements? bill ,
bills, pr something: in the printingline SUNDAY GUESTS ..
,just, the phone and call Mr. and Mrs. Leon ,Guthrie had

The, Everglades News at Canal as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and

Point No 2661. We are experts,in Mrs. J. W. Guthrie and daughter '-
of Hialeah; Miss Gall t;:: -
producing; excellent printing. and Margo ".. ...
.our-prices are in line, with. out of Guthrie, Miami; Mrs. Jimmy Mer- .;>"ttt7 t.
town printers. who come to the rell and daughter, 'Marlene, Loxa-

Glades for;printing,business.,Please hatchee; Mrs. ,C. Wilkinson and '. ._ !..
give us a cal Phone: 2661 son,. Four Points; ,Sirs William ', .
'Guthrie. Miami; Mr. and Mrs.

SERVICE STATION and Garage 'Grady Chancellor ,and Mrs., C. R. (

for rent or- for, lease., Call 2351or Wetherington'. Pahokee.. .
2131, Canal ,Point Fla. :MIS-c .. i \!

,' Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hooks had as .
WANT TO "DOT a land leveler.
recent guests Mrs. Clara Dykes.of
Call Lake Okeechobee Coop at
J .
their and
Graceville and nephew
Phone 781. It .' :
niece, Mr. and Mrs. B.. Hooks of GIVE, SETTER ..,

IS YOUR "SUBSCRIPTION past Myakka City, Fla. i 7 7 .

due? If you're going on vacation ,
let us have a.check,before> you AND\ FOR PALM BEACH COUNTS Be-sure to see all'that's new in gifts electrical.. The ..
Send ,$2.00.and we'll FLORIDANO. ...'
go. renew ELECTRICAl GIFTS for: .
Bass .
choice is endless. can please.everyone. Strikingly
your paper for: oneyear.. The IN RE: THE ESTATE OF : S .
Everglades News; Canal. Point, DECEASED EVA I. BRANDON. I: .' beautiful gifts for home, entertaining,.and personal enJ'h or.. Jglacf+ iTo1 \ :

Flat NOTICE OF..FILING PETITION FOR l joyment. Big thrills in small,packages Selections are .J j; .t; J
light. Nice, to give wonderful to "AkmutM ,
DB BONIS NON bright-prices are -
HAl A VISITOR, Give 2661 a
I have I
Notice la hereby glren J'&I4 I
ring and let us know about it tiled my,final returns,as Administrator get...for happier living, electrically. G
of the estate of Eva I. Brandon, deceased d ,
andwe will be happy to put the : that I have filed my petition for Right now-and ,for every gift occasion-see your
item in our personal,news column final discharge and that on the 25th electrical dealer:first.
of I will apply to the : .
day May. 1960. .
Ot course_there,is NO CHARGE.I(I Honorable Richard P. Robbins. County t' "
Thanks.. The Everglades News. Judge of: Palm Beach County. Florida. POWERS&
for approval of said final returns and FLORIDA = NBWTCOMPANY: =
II for an order for final discharge as A** ,
group mlnltrator of the estate of Eva L HELPING Bt/ICD FLORIDA. .
meeting this week We would be, Brandon.,, tti
: DATED this 14 day of.Aprll,1960.w..a. ,' Pu !
glad- to- ,know about it and will use I Ba cmi.Administrator'. I cunuw4 .
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it as a news itemif you'll just i Thadd .whiddenAttorney de bonis non f20Mt. -- : -'' ---1 .ad(7'w42. "treat'
give us a ring at 2661 Thanks.I
for AdministratorP. ..
The-Everglades"News. There is .no O. Sos 395 -- -
of courser Pahokee., Florida : R f: ,,.. ., i= A' =l .. 'I N V 'J ('& G. 1ij'r .
charge, I Pub: April 22. 29 and May 6. 13.1960 r


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e ', Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, FrIday May,,13.1950' ,
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, HOME- LIFE STUDY Seventh Graders Five Circles In I Children's Mothers STREET DANCE

: ?.t. A of "Christian Home Room mothers of the Pahokee
I study
,;t Life" was presented by Mrs. Mea Enjoy Field Trip Separate MeetingsThe I Day ProgramChildren High School Senior Class are plan
; .I ning a street dance to be held ;on
; -"' Bosworth at the May meeting* of Sixteen members of Mrs. Gladys five circles of the Pahokee of the Fourth and East Main Street in the downtownarea

, '.Circle Five ,Women of the Everglades Harrington's: Seventh Grade room Methodist Woman's Society of Fifth Grades at the Canal Point Saturday, May 28, starting at
Presbyterian Church, at the at the Canal Point. School enjoyedan Christian Service will meet at the School"honored their mothers witha 8 p. m. Proceeds from the dance

home of Mrs. R. A. King in Paho- all-day field trip Monday, when church Monday at 8 p.. m. After tea and program of entertainment will go into the fund being raisedto
.' kee with Mrs. E. K. Laflin presid- Glades Office at the of
they toured the separate meetings'to complete unfinished school. defray the expenses a trip by

:. ing. Mrs. Richard and'Mrs.Murray. gave the ,Building, which serves as a County business for the year, the The Pupils of Mrs. Charlotte the seniors following. graduation.
devotionals Laflin spoke sub-courthouse, for the conven- Walston's Fifth Grade room -
circles will; assemble for a reshuf- open-
# on church extension work in the. ience of Glades residents and the 'I' fling of membership for the com- ed the program with a song, 'Hon- CARD OF THANKSMy

South. Everglades Experiment Station. oring Our Mothers," accompaniedat husband joins me in express-
: ing year. After Mrs. W. S. Plum-
I I. in the Belle Glade City Park at er, membership chairman, an- the piano by Mrs. Ruth Snyder, ing our sincere appreciation and

Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock visited noon, they attended a cattle auction nounces the new setup in member- music teacher. Mrs. Snyder also thanks for the calls, cards, flow-

; their. son Rupert, Jr., in Talla-I I sale at the Glades Livestock ship, the circles will again meet accompanied a 24-piece Rhythm ers, prayers and other acts of

hassee over the weekend. I. Market in the afternoon. They separately to re-organize for the 'Band as it played several numbers thoughtfulness and kindness ex-

student at FSU. I were accompanied by their teacher coming year. Finally they will join 'of clypso music. Susan Hitchcock tended to me during my'recent ill-

I Mrs. Harrington, Mrs. W. H. again in he social hall of the chur- spoke on "The Origin of Calypso ness and stay at the hospital.Mrs. .
Elliott Mrs. F.IL.McKee and Mrs. Music." George B. Ramey.
ch for a reception for new WSCS
i I I I Perry HalLYoung .. members!, with Mrs. Robert Apel- Steve Maxson read a poem, -

Ill. e gren, hospitality. chairman, in ., "Mother." The entire group of Mrs. J. W. Cruthirds of Port

JerryThomas Women, In charge. children sang, "Mother, a WOrd':' Salerno was a guest here Sunday
.. 9 mm That Means the World to Me," ac- of her daughter, Mrs. Myra Bass.

Baptist MeetingA companied by Mrs. Billie Huddle, I
.Hospital Has New ,
Fourth Grade teacher at the -

Palm-L a k e Associational Fund For GiftsThe piano. "The Hawaiian Boat Song"was I

meeting of,, the Baptist Young presented in pantomime, with I I

Woman's Auxiliary was held at the Northwestern Palm Beach Mrs. Huddle accompanying on the
ukulele. I
MOST QUALIFIEDThe Pahokee First Baptist Church County Public Hospital Board, operating
As the mothers arrived they 0 Fe
Everglades Memorial Hospital
with representativesfrom
Monday night were escorted to their seats
Florida Legislature con- by .
Lake Worth, West Palm in Pahokee, Florida an-
venes 60 'days every odd year Phillip Basford, Daryl Goodson, e e
Canal Point, nounced had authorized the I
Beach Greenacres,
and 1961 is the next scheduled Charlene Yoemans and Gloria Hall,
,Pahokee and Northwood Baptist opening of a special bank accountfor I
session. An inexperienced man
ushers. The tea tables
were -
\ does not begin to know his way Churches attended. Miss Jean the purpose of receiving gifts with of i I
around until the session is almost Davenport of the Northwood Church -J donations and contributions to a arrangements pink;.,
hibiscus, pink and blue larkspur
over. For this reason presided. The Pahokee YWA," building fund. '
Jerry Thomas is the most Qual- The Board has pledged that and palmetto blossoms. Peggy
Mrs.: C. E. Williams and_Mrs. C. L. any \
ified Candidate for the State Bitting and Elizabeth Gist servedat fir SLY
funds contributed for this
Shirley, Jr., counselors, was the so specific -
Legislature. Thomas has five the refreshments table.
years of experience in the State hostess group. It was, announcedthe purpose will be segregated and Each mother was introduced by
meeting of the used only for the purpose of building -
Capitol in Tallahasse.Paid next quarterly her child and presented with a kS
associational YWA will be held at / additions and any person who
Pol. Adv.) I corsage and shell arrangementgift. y '
I Lake Worth in August. may desire to make such a gift
Gifts were also presented to
should contact the Hospital Ad-
Mrs. Frank Friend of Pahokee,
ministrator,'or any member the
who taught the children how to
'+-: :-. :eoHoe-++: 1 : ....: 1 1 1 1 : 1 : : 1 : : 1 : :J : : : :+: : : : : : : : : Hospital Board for further infor' make
shell ornaments, Mrs.
mation. He stated that the Board
Margaret Mosley, Mrs. W. W. '
THANK YOU felt that private citizens would like ;
White, Mrs.. Ruth Snyder, and Mrs. isY
I to have a part in such a programand I
Mildred Larrick, who furnished'
we wanted to prepare to accept
VERY MUCH the flowers.Mrs. Jess Elliott was a
t such gifts.
visitor. f
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I wish to take this means of thanking Girls Auxiliary I I "Best Far
Cleve Cruthird and sons visited Qualified by

my many-friend for their sup Special Service ; I his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. I "Best For ALL Florida"

port in the May 3rd Primary and ; Lauderdale and Mrs. E. F. Wlrwahn, at Fort r.....

The Presentation Service of the Sunday. r
I sincerely solicit their continued t I
Girls Auxiliary of the Pahokee -
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support for the .May: 24. Rim_ ;Off" i First Baptist Church was held .
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"7 I Sunday night .during the), evening
Election. ..
J' f.. ; \. f,I worship hour. ." ? .
; t The service, which had as a

_RALPH BLANK., JR. Xf theme, "World in Our Heart," was I

tH opened by Miss Laura'Boyd j
(Paid Political Advertisement) in service, who, gave the devotion-1 Thank YOL
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----- --.-'.... ter, queen scepter, spoke -VOOf-I'

:-H.-t : : t : :':"H+rH HI : : KooH-H--H---H+:wt't : : : : % : : '"* The girls were
their leader. Mrs. David. Unwin, Voters't

i irhc and then were presented to Mrs.
: E.. B. Gamble and Mrs. James

Batchelor for their awards.

support which Palm Beach County Barbara Mrs. Unwin Grace,.queen introduced regiment Miss in'I I am deeply grateful for the vote

gave me in the May 3 Primary is gratefully service, from the First' Baptist \

appreciated and I ask for your continued support Church in Lake Worth, who gave of confidence which elected me
charges to the: following girls: "

; and ,vote in the May 24th Run Off! Margaret Brewer, :Maxine Single- on Tuesday and I
your mayor ,;
Election. tary, Beverly Wilkinson, Linda j I
: Singletary and Jo:Ellen Brown, all

', .- W. R.-"Buster" HANCOCK classified as maidens; and Dell McDowell sincerely, ;t. .,.. pledge to do my i very

and Ginger Willis, both

(Paid Pol. Adv.) classified as ladies in waiting. best rperform the duties of this

I, : : I II 1 I : I : I r I : I,I I II J I : : 2 : ,I : : .1 : :J I,:,,:,:,I t I : : I I JI Myra,Jones served as organist.For office. ".
: .
the occasion a large white :

heart with green and; gold replicaof ,
I : : : :--i-H-i--H-* -Ii t'*! **-11i-*i''I i III. H-H'. i i**i* the Word,'was spot-lighted in V

-- the center of the sanctuary.! The -
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THANKS ; ,. fern ,and yellow hibiscus againsta ,:.
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\0" highlighting the 'Gk colors of MAYOR OF, PAHOKEEPaid

The,support of my.friendrat the. polls l ,May white, green and gold. -< -
'3, was on of the nicest gestures I .can ever J I
,,- Paul Watson Goes ( Pol. Adv.)

.... remember.' .- To Honor' Club Meet ,


i, '. KENNETH FOSTERPaid Paul H. Watson, agency repres-I I

tative for Life Insurance Company .
(Paid Pol. Adv.) of Georgia in the Canal Point and THANK YOU

Pahokee area, has been designatedto ,..,.
HK :* >*-I : : : : : : : attend his company's 1960 Honor Beach County
It I wish to soy THANK YOU for the cordial
,Club conference' at the Tides
and friendly reception you gave n. In \
: : I I I I-..I......I I I I I I- I I I I I : : : I I I : : I I I : I I I'H : I : : : : I : : 1 I J I Hotel 1820., .St. Petersburg, Fla., May my recent county-wide campaign for /

:Mr. Watson qualified for the County Judge. -4 \'

THANKS Honor Club through his outstand- I especially want 10 extend my heartfelt f

ing record of sales and service to thanks to my 8,172 friends from oU walks "1 'J

I ...'"'J; ':";.r...; '- _policyholders during 1959. Along of life who supported: and voted for me.

I shall with other leading We con all be proud of the fact that we i
.. always be grateful for the consideration ; agancy repre-
sentatives from ,Florida, he will ran an honorable campaign for a very _

: : ,shown to me in the May 3 : take part in seminars on insurance high office.I .

and hear discussions of his com-
<-v ::;? Primary Election. pany's plans led by officials.Mr. I shall forever remain, Yaw Friend, _

4 Watson lives in Pahoke, and lGrover

.- J. ALEX ARNETTE is a member of Everglades Life

., Underwriters Association.
t .Cleveland(Cleve)Herring
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Friday.. bfay 13, 1O -- ,. The Everglades News, Canal :Florida __:- -. __---- ..._-.- k rap flv'r

I Mr. and Mrs. L S. Guthrie hadas Mr. and Mr& >Frank M. Shaugh- I The Rev."and Mrs. W. W. John-

guests over the weekend 'their nessy, former tfkhokee residents son of Mayfield, Ky., plan to visit
r r PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I son and daughter-in-law, Mri: and have returned to their home in Principal and Mrs. W. W. White
Mrs. J. W. Guthrie, and daughter Tampa after spending several days at Canal Point this weekend while
of Hialeah. with friends here. enroute to Miami Beach to attend
Mrs. C. C. Cruthird is spending Mr. and Mrs. Jack Philips and II Mr. :and Mrs. Glen Andrews had I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Batchelor the Southern Baptist. Conventionin .
that 1619.
city May
three weeks in Illinois, visiting her children, accompanied by Heather as guests during the weekend ,their accompanied by their mother, Mr?.
Ijrother-in-law and sister, Mr and Reed, spent Sunday in Miami son and daughter-in-law, Mr.: and Lucy Batchelor, visited their son Joe Parker has returned to Jack-
f. :Mrs. William D. Bates, at Brighton with their son, Lonnie, who is a II I Mrs. James Andrews of West Palm and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. sonville, where he is stationed by
'- and her brother and sister-in- I cadet at the Miami Military Acade- I I Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lavon Batchelor, and family in the U. S. Navy, after a visit with
'. law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hayes, myand while there enjoyed a"picnic Hingson and son Gene, of Clew- West Palm Beach Sunday. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.

at Alton. dinner at the beach. I iston., Mr. and Mrs. W.' H. Brewton, Parker, at Canal Point.

Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Echols and accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Emma Wheeler has arriv-
I .. Mrs. Violet White, superintendent Richard Phillips of Miami visited
1\ ,' of the nursing staff at the his mother, Mrs. A. C. Phillips ain son of Pelican Lake. visited their Mrs. Nan Cunningham, and son ed for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Everglades Memorial Hospital, is Pahokee over the weekend.Mr. son and daughter-in-law: Mr. and Wynn spent Sunday in Miami M. Elliott. Mrs. Wheeler has
recuperating from surgery per- Mrs. Ted Echols at Melbourne visiting their son and spent several weeks in California
formed at the hospital on Tuesday.Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Brower had I Sunday. I law, Mr and Mrs. Slat daughter-in-I l visiting a daughter. .
as guests Sunday his parents, Mr.I I
: and Mrs."M. C. Carter had as and Mra J. K. Brower of West 1- --- -
guests the first of the,week Mr. Palm Beach; also their daughter.
and Mrs. W. T. Haines of Akron, Penny, of West Palm Beach r
'I' i Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Morris of .
Mrs. George Elarbeehas returned Delray Beach visited their son-in-
' home from the Everglades Me- law, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs!I I

morial Hospital where she' under- Norman A. Kennedy,here over the "Bud" Dickinson's
went weekend.Mr. t-
surgery. All Florida'sfor p

Activities of the Pahokee Garden and Mrs. Hollis Whitmanand for BRYANT ;

Club during the past year were children, June and Wayne, of BRYANT .

reviewed in reports by chairmenof 'Wauchula were guests of Mr. and Palm Beach County's FavgriteSon'Bud" ,
committees at ,the Mrs. Charles Angel in Pahokee
standing ;
\ x In a field of 10 candidates for the
meeting of the executive board at over the weekend. and while here I DickInSon-has endorsed .
the home of Mrs. Norman A.,Kennedy visited other friends. Mr. Whitmanis I ; ch. office of Governor of Florida, Farris -
% Farris Bryant for Gover %
retiring president, Tuesday a'former Pahokee resident. Bryant proved himself the most
morning. nor Given a landslide victory In -
Wendell Harris, who is associated popular state-wide candidate,by a
Miss Sybil Bonnell of Jasper, with his brother-in-law, John his home county May 3, Bud has

house guest of her"uncle and aunt, Strickland, and father-in-law, named Bryant as his choice on '< first place victory in the Democratic '
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Parker, in Pa- Homer J. Clause in a vegetable Primary. The strength he
hokee, has accepted employmentat sales and brokerage firm, has returned -' May 24, and has invited.his workers .
the Rainbow Beauty Shop. to Plymouth, Fla., after a and supporters to join him in has shown will'carry Bryant to
visit with his family in Pahokee.. victory 24 in the
again on May
Jack Verhulst and'her
helping elect Farris Bryant, Flor0
ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Armstronghad run off election. ,
:Mrs. Paul Sasser, and family have as guests over the weekend idas next Governor. .
returned from Wauchula where their son and,daughter-in-law, Mr.
they visited their parents Mr. andMrs. and Mrs. Alvin Armstrong, and
J. C. Phillips. Their mother, children of Hialeah and,Mrs. Alvin
who has been a patient at the hospital I Armstrong's mother, Mrs. Helen Palm Beach County Can Win With BryantAir

there, is now'convalescing Murray.. f
at her home.
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Wilson former Canal -
Cond tbnin=-temperatures mid to order-for alt-wither comfort Set The Dinah Short Chevy Show(in color: Sundays,NBC-TV-KM Pat BOOM Chevy Showroom weekly:ABC-TV.:
: Point resident now living in .
Miami, is a guest here this- weekof J -

her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. ."
F. M. Wilson, and brother and sis- r
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack.
Wilson. :: i .
Mr. and Mrs. Claud T. Santee :
"have as guests his brother-in-law \.' -= "-- -.

and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Axial Mil- '
ford, of Indianapolis, Ind. I
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% Mr. and Mrs. Homer Barnes, accompanied ,,t '?
\ by her 'mother, Mrs.: (

Pearl Agner, have returned from !
a visit with her brother in-law and I

sister, Mr. and Mrs. Buster 4s-.,
patrick, and family at Kil--I."; 'a f' r;j
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Fla.Mr.: and Mrs. William (Buck) I : r- _TiIiIIIT ; \ '

Hall and small son. ,John, are expected : _
to return to :their home m
Pahokee this week from Evansville ;-i : .,

Indo, where they were call- -1 %: I H
ed recently by the death of his -

I father from a heart attack.

Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Woodcock
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have as house guests his parents; ..
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Wood- :

cock, of Asheville, N. C.

.1 Mr. and Mrs. I*.\ G. Alderman

have as a guest her daughter, Mrs.
B. B. Pi<:ton, of Toledo, Ohio. .:i
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:.: Mr. and Mrs. Earl. Wilson*and ; :( !
;. family of Tfllami yjs1edhis uncle : : r
., and aunt Mr.'and.;Mrs."Frank Wilson '. .:( 1
and brother and sister-in-law I .
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Point Sunday.Mr. ; :- 'Ii
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and Mrs, James Moore and :. ._ ;, Iw\\ r 1
have moved Into their new .. ,; _
family .. 1\- ," --- !i- .t'-.t'1
home on North Elm which they : '
purchased from the Joe ,;. ,..... /. -
recently .,
Kent Carrs. 37ie Impala Convertible with Body by Fisher!
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Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blackwelland '"
children visited his "mother, I .,l' Why shouldn't you be driving America's first-choice whisking along the highway, cushioned by. .FULL- t

Mrs. Annie Chapman at Dundee Lewisin I .. car right now? you couldn't do better by your family- COIL, SPRINGS at all four wheels, you'll have' your _;
and the Rev. and Mrs. M I
Tampa over*.the weekend.. '.! or your family budget;-than to pick out one of Chevy's own smooth-running account of why Chevy's '60's. ..h ;:

r Mr. and Mrs. J. S. *Chastain\ '! 18 FRESH-MINTED MODELS, load up its VACA best seller. And right now when :i

visited their son-in-law and daughter TION-SIZED TRUNK and take off on one of those beautiful buys are ,in full bloom W CHEVROLET, 0 .1

o and, in. Mrs.Tampa, Clyde over Griffies the, springtime trips Chevy so dearly loves. Once- you're at your dealer's! for economicstransportation 0I

; weekend.
I .
I Mr. and' Mrs..,F. M. 'Wilson James hadas I SafJe-riu' now-during the Spring Fever Selling-Spree at your 'local authorized Chevrolet dealer's .
guests the past week Mrs. "
I Palmer and daughter, Janie, of Or, I' '-0 ,
lando. '

Mr. and 1,{rs. J. S. Atkins of ,' Stanley Chevrolet Ics

.. I Pelican Lake spent the weekend i _
with their and daught ,
son-in-law: ..
ere Mr. and Mrs Gary Shelby in -S :'i>J :: .t", ..t' Phone 593 Pahokee, Florid ,', .
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H-H-'H-H'M. M 1 II I-M I I 1 I.I. I MM, H-fl, I I I I I 1 I,1.1, I .II I :'..I if I '"

THANKS !' ."

1 The nicest thing about any to be able

to express humble and grateful appreciation for the

', support so' generously given by Palm Beach Coun i

; ty's voting.citizens.. I sincerely solicit your contin- ,

u.t A I r. ued support in the May 24th Run Off Election fir.

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t' ,'-., "' The Methodist Church I Canal Point First Canal Srih Missionary I ;; I LAKE J.YTAL ; .

Canal Point Florida Baptist Church
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t ', Robert A. Shelley, Pastor Elder R.E.Barfield* Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor +-X"r-. : +:+ .-H+r--H-H-H--H-r-rr-H-H--H------- ,I
!;'> .'- SUNDAY:
; 10:00 a. m.-church School 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday; School .. .
11:00 a. m,-Morning1 Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I -
I f 6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. 6:30 p. m.-Training1 Union.

p" 7:30 p, m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.-EVening Worship., 7:30 p. m.-Evening' Worship,
:; 3:15 p. m.-Youth' Choir practice 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. ,

:. ,TUESDAY: Service ..... I
8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: '
., 1st Tuesday I 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary The Church Of God

;,:. 2nd MONDAY: Meeting.. 2, :." ", Of'Prophecy, Pahokee The support given me in .
7:30 p. m.---:Esther Class meeting I
-. Election j is I ,
, WEDNESDAY: the Primary ,
Canal Point Road
r_:, 7:30 p. m.-Prayer,Meeting_ I The Pahokee ChurchOf
t .-. John H. Kinard, pastor gratefully and sincerely
The Nazarene, 10:00a. m.-Sunday School
}1rstMethodist .11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service appreciated.

.: Church PahokeeRev. t 71 Bacom Point Road 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service I\
. Charles F. Crauswell. Pastor ,
8:00'p. m. Tuesday-V, L. B. .
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 &oo M. B.
p. m..Thursday-W. Roy E. Michael Jr.
z. Clare S. Hall.
SERVICES: Everyone welcome. Special music ,' _.. '-... r" .. -
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SUNDAY: s 945 School.
a. m.-Sunday
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,. and sinslner.
',' 9:45 d. m.-church School lliOO .
a. -Sunday Worship.
F 11:00 a., m.-Morning Worship 6:30 p..m.-Juniors. _. ... -

r. 6:45 p. m.-MYF 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening Church Of God ....
7:45 -- -
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WEDNESDAY: Barfield Highway
- 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir practice 7:30 p. .Midweek Prayer ,

" meeting. 9:45 A. M.-Sunday School
1 WEDNESDAY. : "Where you are a stranger but 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship
; 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions I once". 7:00 P. .-L. W. W. B. (Par J. E. "NED"
' 8:30 m.-Senior Choir
p. prac- sonage) .
;e, tlct. .- 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship I

4: .. Christian Science' 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting t HAR.DWICK

FIrst Baptist !Group Of Canal Point 7:30 P. M. Friday-Children's'

Church, PahokeeRev. Church
... Why spiritualization of thought 7:30 P. M. Friday-Y. P. E. WILL SINCERELY APPRECIATE
f. James E. Boyd pastor '
f, .fs essential to the peace and prog- -. -
..... ress of mankind will be explainedat
9:45 a. m. .Sunday School

11:00 6:45 p.a.m m.,--Training Morning Union Worship 'Christian. Science services.' Sunday -j Mrs. SydnrSuith! I Your Vote and Support .

,8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Keynoting the LessonSermonon Mother Of The Year

I I WEDNESDAY: f thfe' subject Mortals: and ,Immortals' IN THE SECOND PRIMARY. FOR
I 8:00 m.-Prayer Meeting. '' -
p. '' the Golden Text from
In[ Her Church-
, Romans .(8:6)To be carnally : ,: t =
St. Peter's Lutheran minded is death; but to be spirit tI SUPERVISOR OFREGISTRATION
ually minded is life and peace." I '
Church Belle Glade
Mrs. Sydney K. Smith. Jr., was
From: "Science and Health with
chosen Mother of the Year" of
: Key to the Scriptures" by Mary ,
Erwin J. Baumgartner Pastor the Community Methodist Churchin ,
601 W. Lake Rd... Belle Glade Baker Eddy this will be read (256: Belle Glade when all adults and
SUNDAY: 1-5): "Progress takes off' human
J' children who could'write had a .
Divine Services 11 A. :M. shackles.The infinite must yield to '"
vote by written ballot to name the
" School 9:45 A..:M. the infinite. Advancing to a higher I
Mother of the Year at the church
.. plane of action, thought rises services on Sunday, May 1. My many years of experience with the Stat
from the material sense to the
St. Mary's Catholic "The Mother of the Year" was
spiritual from the scholastic to Department of Agriculture qualify me to care
: revealed by the pastor atMother'sDay :
Church the inspirational and from" the services on May 8 at conclusion for the books in the office of the_Supervisor. I
mortal to the Immortal.
of the morning sermon.
Father David Cronin One of the opening Bible passages Mrs. Smith is the wife of SydneyK. honestly believe that the staff in the office at
to-be read states (Psalms 37:
SUNDAY MASSES Smith, Jr., and the daughter of
First two masses of the month 37): "Mark the perfect man and Mr. and Mrs. Jqhn A. Dulany of present 'is as efficient as can be found anywhere -

11:00. behold the is upright": for the end, of Belle Glade, former Pahokee resi fn Florida! therefore, I plan to keep
Other Sundays at 7:30. that man peace. dents. .

,,- -.----,- The usher at the pastor's request them with'me when electc, ). ,
ushered Mrs. Smith to the pulpit.
ii Sincere Thanks The pastor requested her children \ -NED HARDWJCK... .
My Join)1er there also Gloria MtriaIl1 i
< 15, Sydney IH 12, Katheryn Jane
: TO ALL THOSE WHO SO QUICKLY. RALLIED TO MY SUP- 10, and Allen Ann 5. Her husbandand (Paid Political Advertisement)

J.. PORT &'MADE ME OP,.MAN IN THE MAY 3rd PRIMARY. parents were asked ..y&ms\_n **.__ .

I EARNESTLY SEEK YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT AND i. She,was presented' with a Follow,dozen ______ ,
VOTE IN THE MAY 24th RUNOFF PRIMARY. American Beauty Roses. a

ing benedictipn all were congratu- ,
l lated by the congregation.Gloria .
:i Help ElectRUSSELL John is a graduate of .
Pahokee Schools and Florida State
i H. College and is 'a Special Service
I Teacher at the Belle Glade Elementary -:I

School, She has been a
member of Community,Methodist x ugoiuammsamE33EEpuMJMumj '

Mclntosh I Church almost 14 years; presentlya .
; member of the Chancel Choir; 4010
, teacher of first graders In the

i YOUR I church school, active in the Wom-" p. O\yNEJD AN t OPERATED_,BY )lORE THAN I
an's Society of Christian Service! ,
i JUDGEOF organist for Wednesday night! / ,
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I She was formerly: church organist I CONSIGNORS AT ALL TttlES I I "
and director of the Junior for; (

. ".. also choir members. One is'a pian- : ,_A 1 TD MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE t
;" ist and director of the Junior, choir MARKEX"YHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH ,
Tuesday May 24th for several years.Her children are CU1 fFIDENGEi

HE WILL GIVE at prayer meetings Sunday School "
.. i and youth groups. Mr. Smith is .a Glades Livestock Market Ass'n
DecisionsAnd member of the Chancel Choir and -
"Sound .- Impartial fait .
I Church Lay Leader. I
Serve You With Dignity" Award was based on mother'sact' .
,.... lea! in the church and community PHONE WY 6-5028 GEORGE YOUNG,.3IANAGER ,i
the type of Christian / :
t ASK YOUR LA; home she helps to maintain and:the SALES EVERY. MONDAY AT 1 p. in. I
church and community activities I
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Friday MAyt13.19S0''' The EverglauJw Ntwa,,Canal Point, FteflS*' Page SevenF.

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Mrs. Martin Bradley and Child-

ren, Martia, ,Karen Russell, and
Miss Patsy Bradley of Nashville

i Tenn., are guests of Mrs. Bradleys'
parents, Rev. arid Mrs. C. D. Stew-
S art in Canal Point. ,
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G. Gillis, accompanied by his Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones and .,(A ,
son, Frank Gillis, and grandson, sons Harold and Allen of Clewis-

Lin,.has returned, from Baker, Fla., ton visited Mrs" C. ,B. Jones Sunday \ s .
, ) where he was' called by the deathof in Canal'Point. F orHOMESICKNESS

his aunt, Mrs. Eliza Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Claud T. Santee ;'
He was accompanied; to Baker 'had as guests Sunday their son and

also by this mother-in-law, Mrs. daughter-in-law Mr. and 'Mrs. :
Alice Helms,who is now the house Richard Ogle, and family of Fort ,
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Reeves, Myers and son, John Ogle of Tice. -
in Baker after a visit with her
j Mrs. D. H. Cammack has returned -

daughter and family in Pahokee.Mr. to Fort Myers after a visit with For the boy or'girl away from home-af college.
and Mrs. Calvin Britton and her brother and sister-in-law Mr.

family, formerly of Manchester, and Mrs. G. T. Echols, at Canal "

Ky. have moved into their new Point. '. i.,.-.. i',( < .t--+-1 : tJ+: 1+1H+:": :-:- .J, _

home in Canal Point which they Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson had; ,-', t : <, .. .... N
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purchased recntly from Dr. S. as guests Sunday her mother, Mrs. .' \-" t ;
Williams. Mr. Britton, a cousin of Olive Adams; her brother-in-law Send: Them '

I Bob and Joe Hatton, Sr.. is associated and si&r; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. r t _
" : with Hatton Bros., Inc., a Pa- Steve 'and daughter Pam and < '
IC Jiokee vegetable growing firm. 'the tryons' son-in-law and dau- "

, "Mr. and Mrs. ,Glen Williamson ghter,fir' and Mrs. Will A. Nason, : The Hoiiietdwrr Paper
l and children have returned to their of West Palm Beach. ,
"L home in Chicago, HI, after a visit .
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mock have ... .
of two weeks with his parents :Mr. from visit with her son .. -- -
returned a .. HMHH, t HH : :-HHiSubscription :
and Mrs. P. B. Williamson and and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.

grandmother Mrs. Lizzie Kirkey, Lake Coleman, and family at Mt.
at Canal Point. While here they '
Dora. 2.00 !
also spent a few days'with friendsat Among college students who t
Miami Beach. ,
.plan to attend the Pahokee High .
The Rev. Robert A. Shelley of School :Junior-Senior Prom this .
I : r.t t t t t t t t t t tit t tM+t+;.
Canal Point was called to Damascus Friday night are Kenneth McIntosh \

Va., by the,illness of his father Cyndy Friend and Wayne Un-
C. M. Shelley. J' P.-S.- Be sure to keoi us informed of address changes. ..

.Mrs. J.'S. Harrington Sr., visited win.Mrs.. S. .L. Gilleland has returned .
her son, Capt. John S. (Sonny) to Jacksonville after a visit} jj CLIP THIS.COUPON AND MAIL ... \

Harrington, at Dover, Del., where with her nephew and niece,' Mr. - - .-. - -
he is being treated for a heart ailment and Mrs. Wiley Tillis in Pahokee. I I i iTHE II
at the Air Force base host Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Arietta THE EVERGLADES NEWS

pital.Miss of Port Mayaca have as a guest I L I Canal'Point Fla. I II
Wynette Sheffield completed his sister Miss Carmen Arietta_ of .

J Jones, Business her courses. College of, study Orlando at, Bayomon Mrs.: S. W.Puerto'. Roberts Rico.has 'returned*I j jfroih I Enclosed.find $........_.._.. ._for:a subscriptionto'be I It

1 and has returned to .the home of .a three weeks' visit.with her sentto J' '
her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Billy mother, Mrs. Mary McArthur., and t I
Sheffield in Pahokee. -\ .
other relative at Slocumb Ala. I .---.--. -.-...-. .--... ... .. . : .... .. .. .........
Jimmy Tyson son of Mr. and -- ---- --.

Mrs. J. L. Tyson, Sr.. returned (Barbara Mr. and King Mrs.) of Robert Pahokee Allred an- !-----..:-:-:::. -.----:-:::----:-':--:-:::::::--- :-: l :_____=: : :..: .. I
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\ recently Everglades nounce the birth of a daughter, Be- 7.1 I II

Memorial Hospital where suffered he was linda Kay, at the Everglades 'Memorial .--".---.----.--.-..-.- -------.!---...;-.--- -.-.----:.:.----.------_..:.- ----.------..---
treated for concussion ,
a Hospital, May 8. I I.
when he was accidently hit on,the The ,Rev. and Mrs. Charles D. - - - ....,
head with a bat while playing Stewart have as guests at, their

baseball at school. home in Canal Point. this week
Dale Stacy U. S. Marine, has
their son, Charles Stewart, of _
returned to Camp Lejeune, N. C., Statesboro: Ga., and their daught-. I '
after spending a 10-day leave with r eV Mrs. Martin Bradley, and'children -

,, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D, of Nashville, Tenn., and Mrs.Bradley's .
Stacy, at Bryant. He expects to sister-in-law, Miss Patsy I
leave soon on a tour of duty in the Bradley, also of Nashville. U. S. TREASURI.f

Mediterranean area. D. P. Connell is a patient at' St.l I
Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Chastain were Mary's Hospital, West Pal m c ,

weekend, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Beach, where he recently under- '
Clyde Griffies and son Marc in went a leg amputation. Visitinghim
Tampa.Mr. at the hospital were his sisters :
and Mrs. Robert Goodson and r
Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Office '
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baby is,spending their two weeks Hartsfield, and brother, Jimmy I ". ; \
vacation with his parents Mr. and Connell all of Tallahassee.
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Mrs. A. E. Goodson. Mr. and Mrs. : I
t Goodson will return to their home' ': One of the14,000 selling
Girl Scout Fund .,, ,
in Charleston S. C. Sunday, May ,
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Needs $1,0.90 Cash ;
15.Miss '. I
Julia Mathis of Pahokee is ,- "Shares America"'. :;j { :
visiting Dr. and Mrs. David Bleechin Robert Fisher has been named

Miami. chairman of the Pahokee Girl .' .:
Mr. and :Mrs. Wiley Tillis were : Scout Fund drive, which got' under .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence:I: way Monday, according to Mrs. Moire tEan i',(K5-(>banks froM etJaSt ;::-
Jaudon and family in Wauchula William S. Plumer Pahokee's .. 'jOI'
Cypress -
Sunday. Roger Jaudon is recover- Neighborhood chairman for 'to coast each day perform an out ;

ing from serious surgery performed the Palm Glades Girl Scout Coun standing service for their custom- '

in Tampa tWQ wedks ago.. cil. This year's goal if 1090. .
Laith '''Nall has returned to St. During the current year there ers, community, and the nation i .

Petersburg'after several days visit were 124 registered Girl Scouts in by. selling Shares-ln-America-. !i, ,1

with :Mrs. Nail in Canal Point. Pahoke, ranging from seven to, 17 I ...U.S. Savings Bonds. ..y. 1 ''4-'' \ ..
t Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock, years old and working in three "
Marilyn and Jean, visited their son Brownie, three intermediate and Every family benefits, every community ? .

Rupert, Jr., and attended the F. S. one' mariner troop. A total of 40 I profits because of banking's : !. .
U. Circus in Tallahassee Saturday .
adults have been leaders
serving as .< I
Gray Handley of Sebring was leadership in promoting this i
assistant leaders, committee _
the week end guest of his grand- members andneIghborhood service all-American drift program. Today T .

. parents, Col. and Mrs.'W. S. Evansat teams for\these,troops. Plans are 40 million Americans ,.' _
; own -
Port Mayaca.Mr. being made for two additional Pa
I and Mrs. C. H. Mitchell of hokee Girl Scout troops next year, more. than $42 billion worth of -.
Winter Haven spent Sunday Jn Pa- Mrs Plumer said. U.s. Savings Bonds. ; .
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t hokee visiting their son-in-law and Assisting Chairman Fisher m ....
daughter, Mr. .and Mrs. Hugo Boe the drive as team captains are Dr. Today Bbnds_ are better than ever. i Chances" aa e'yoor banlfer\ 'iiU--

and family. Richard C. Lane, Frank Gillis and Every'Bond bought since June V to ,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mock and Dave Karlbaum. Workers you buy your first Sin ing* .

I children of West Palm Beach pent under the team captains serving Include 1959, now pays 3%% at maturity. : Bonds. The next time yfr vMfc3K '

\ Sunday in Pahokee visiting their troop committee members and Even your elder Bonds will earn ; >ur'bank take time to tfeaofc MM *'" f. .' I
parents, Mr. and Mrs G. W. Byrd '
others interested in Girl '
and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mock. work. Scout an ,extra &% from, June 1 to ,for his good advice; aad bay as t ,

The Rev. and Mrs. Charles maturity. '
I xtrt; Bond while you are ....., .
I Crauswell had as guests over the CONSERVATION CLUB -'
weekend Mrs. Lelia Carney of The Pahokee Junior* Conservation -
Pennsylvania and Mr. and Mrs. E. Club Inc the organization '

L Gallic.Atcher and family of Eau parents which*sponsors the Junior I When you'buy' U. S. Savings Bonds

Wildlife Club, has elected as new
Pete Martin of Miami spent the officers for the year Gene Bacon, J .--

weekend ia Pahokee-with friends. president; L. D. Duke vice presi- save more than -
Mrs. A. E. you money > .
Goodson :
won a complete dent; Mrs.: Perry Duke, secretary, '
wardrobe at Montgomery and Mrs. Julian Branch, treasurer.W. .
Ward's fashion show last Friday A. (Pop) Reynolds is senior .
night for being the mother. of the counselor of the .Junior. Wildlife The u.s. Government,doe not pay for tW It advertising:.
most children present. h dub. ) e'The Treasury Department thanks, for their patriotic : '\_ .
donation..Advertising Council and ;' ,
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is, ",j, page Eight The Everglades News Canal,Point, Florida Friday, :May 13, 1960

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*<.;: .- Bill Moss TakeBI I Beer Sale Permit State Missions AT THE HOSPITAL Rusty Hall Home .. '
., t Among the patients,at the.Everglades ,
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Group Met In JaxThe From Overseas
f :',: (continued from page 1) (continued from page 1) Memorial Hospital Wednes,
it.:,.. announced that Gary Folds, PHS vious denials. Councilman Hugo day were Jessie York. :Mrs. VioletWhite .
::.. junior, has been elected vice president .Florida Board of State Mis Lance Cpl. James L. (Rusty' )
Boe made a motion to again deny Mrs. Sallie. Herndon, Mrs
s': of the State D. C. T. organization application, which was seconded sions, of the,Florida Baptist Convention Irene Mullis, Anthony Scott, Miss Hall, Jr., who arrved in the States

: ; by Councilman Thompson. met last week in Jacksonville Lucille Vann :Mrs.: Evelyn Harvey, last week atcr 16 months of over-
On the program the girls of Mrs. ,Councilman Elliott voted againstthe in their quarterly meeting. Mrs. Merel Ellison, Nancy Harris, seas duty with the U. S. Marine

Doris Lane's Eighth, Ninth and I denial and Councilman George James E. Boyd, Palm-Lake representative Mrs. Lula Holden, Keith Yelvin- Corps at Okinawa, is spending a
Tenth Grade home economics H. Tucker, Jr., who was in the was in attendance- ton Mrs. Barbara Allred Mrs. Ha six-weeks' leave from the USMC
classes presented a fashion show I chair, said that if he were in a Beard will meet in a called session Tripp, Alys Negler and Mary Lipp. with his parents: Mr. and Mrs.
, in which they modeled wearing ap- position to vote he would also I next Wednesday afternoon at the Kenneth; Hitchcock, In Pahokee.His .
.: parel which they had made under I vote against the denial and asked Saxony Hotel on Miami Beach to Mrs. Jess Holden of Sand Cut, mother met him at the Miami
Mrs. Lane's instruction. These,I that the application be tabled.un- elect a State Training Union Secretary mother of :Mrs. E. A. Tillman, is a airport Friday night. He reports
garments included dress suits til a full council was present for to .replace the late O. K. back for duty at New River, N. C.,
dresses, blouses, skirts, shorts, and
His request was granted. Memorial
voting. Radford. ,I on June 17.
one evening gown of original de- It was voted to change; the name I I i I
sign made and modeled by Patsy : of Avenue of Veterans in the Vet- -
Mims. t I I ville subdivision: to Fern Street. .
A" Girl .Scout Troop 64 was inl I Prior to the meeting Duncan 0
charge of the opening flag cere- Padgett. the newly elected mayor,
mony and the Rev."Clare Hall gave was .sworn into office by F. S. I yw for County Judge

the devotionals. Following the (Dick) Parrish, the retiring may- .
meeting refreshments were served or, who was defeated by Padgett '''; riiii ElecA Man With
by ,Mrs. Roy Vandegrift, Jr.. andher' I in Tuesday's run-off election.
committee.Day -m L '
Mrs. Chastain Has 4
I Camps Will Circle Program ;a. John E. Born 'iv

Be Held In June { .

Mrs. J. S. Chastain presented a \ .
Officials of Pahokee's Girl Scout I program on'"Missionary Organization" .
Cypress Neighborhood held their at the May meeting of the EXPERIENCE .
last meeting of the season at the''I lone Patterson Circle, Canal Point 1 f. '. .
home of the chairman, Mrs. Donna' Baptist Women's :Missionary ,So- 4 Years Municipal Judge Hearing Over. '

Plumer. ciety, held at the church with Mrs. :
.Plans were completed for Glades- W. S. Evans, chairman, presiding 20,000 Cases. -' :. j

wide Girl Scout Day Camps to be Assisting :Mrs. Chastain were" :Mrs.: 2 Years Juvenile Traffic Court:;*.:,; >;-t.
held at Pahokee June 13; through I W. W. Whiter Mrs. Paul Rardin '
v June 16 and June 20 through June' and Mrs. J. H. Strayer Mrs. J. L. Civil Trial Experience. I

23. Mrs. Ethel Johnson will serve McCall gave the devotionalsIt I I wish to say Thank You 'very ., .. .
as director of the camps. Tentative was announced the lone Patterson much for the support giveri me
plans were made for next Circle will be in charge of BACKGROUND ,
year's work. Refreshments were, the program at the general meet- May 3. I solicit'your support '

served by Mrs. Plumer....- ing of the Canal Point ,Baptist for the May 24' Run Off ElecMarried 13 Years; Two Children: .
Women's at
Mrs. H. J. Anderson' and :Mrs.: the church Missionary May 23, at 8 Society p. m. Mrs.J. tion. I 16'Months Overseas in Pacific As !An _

Helen Schroder are guests of Mr. L. :McCall will be hostess at the Army Sergeant. '
and :Mrs. :M. R. :Marks in Miami next meeting of the circle at her .d
this week. home, June. .13. In A Judicial Election. AttornSunday School Holy Trinity .

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; 'whose votes carried me to a,first primary -. ;
'vhtory for the office of State ,. t' .

; Treasurer, ,I: wjsh to expres my'profound .'\ FALCON, SEQAN...America's .
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