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: November 4, 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: UF00079910:00046
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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f HereWith Canal Point School i
: Graveside services for Norman Members of the Pahokee Junior
f Pyle McMichael 56, 4231 N. W. Wildlife Club are taking a serif I I
i the second 'half of their 1st St., Miami were held at the Parts Arriving of cooking lessons which are,being More than 100 spooks and goblins
,, 1960 football schedule getting under Port Mayaca ,Cemetery 10 a. m., taught to the,group by :Mrs. Kath- along with several beauties pa- I
Thursday of this week with' the I -'" erine Latham, home demonstration raded across the stage of Canal i iI
way at Stuart Friday night,
1 Rev. T. C. O'Steen pastor of the i Parts to'the newest sugar mill agent: for the Florida Power and Point school Monday night when !
.things began, to look up for the Pa. Pahokee First Methodist : Co. The series of lessons PTA its Hallo-
Church,' i to be erected in the Lake Okee- Light non I the staged regular I
t hokee.High Blue Devils as they. officiating. i chobee Region arrived in Canal Nov. 10, when the cooking ween carnival and parade. Present- I
i ,eated the Tigers, 12-7.first victoryin :Mr. McMichael was' killed.in a Point on four railway cars this school will be held at the Glades ing their findings efficiently and j jI
r six: tries and took their first traffic accident in,Miami Sunday week from.New Jersey. In the; cars Merchantile Company. The makingof .I in an unbiased manner the judges I II.
step .in .a long climb ',out ,of the night., One son, Norman P. Mc- were boilers and boiler parts. Other cookies will be featured and I.were hard put on occasion to pick a i
,f' Suncoast. Conference"cellar. Michael of Pahokee, is, the sole parts of the mill proper will begin mothers members will be guests, winner--so keen was the competition :
t survivor. I according to W. A. Reynolds, club in many cases. :
Coach Web Pell's men scored in1the .. J arriving soon from Louisiana .
first quarter when they recovered where Osceola Farms Company leader. Serving on the judges panel :
''t a Tiger fumble and moved 42 Boca "U"'In 1964 Is purchased a complete mill and will --a were: Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Bleech !:
t. yards in 10 plays for the TD, which erect it on their 4,000 acre sugar Flower School l Is of Pahokee, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
f occurred Canal Powell of Canal Point and Mr. and
when from the seven Dent cane site five miles'east of
nis Padgett,'lataralled to Curtis Aim Of County RDB Point. Plans'call for the mill to be Mrs. C. B. Stringari of Canal Point.
Russom,, who tossed the ball to ready to grind. cane in the fall cf Well AttendedThose The stage of the school auditorium
t End John.Hundley in the end zone. 1961. presented typical Halloween dec
Doug Blanton's attempted plunge State-wide promotion of Boca, I -- .' orations placed in an attractive
through the line for the point was Raton University'wjll head'a comprehensive Last.Rites HeldForJRossWinne from the Pahokee-Canal manner, by Mrs. Huddle and pier
short. program for.,continued Point area who attended the'Flower fourth grade youngsters. .
In the third quarter: Stuart went development of Palm :Beach Coun- ; 78 Show School at Belle Glade::: County ,.Commission Chairman
ahead when Wayne Bowling scoreda ty according 'to Thomas F. Flem- .- Thursday and Friday of last week Paul Rardin of Canal Point' acted
TD on a 23-yard run then made ing, Jr; newly installed presidentof Funeral services were held Tuesday included Mrs. Frank Friend, Mrs. as master of ceremonies and presented -
the extra point through the .line!. the Resources DevelopmentBoard afternoon for Ross Winne,, 73 O. R. Bleech, Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, each of the 20 winners witha
the score at,'the. end of the.,third of Palm Beach County. at the Belle Glade Community Mrs. L. L. Shirley, Mrs. C. L. Shir- '
being 7-6. While emphasis will be placed'on Methodist church. Burial was in ley, Sr, Mrs. R.. W Sanders Mrs. J. big silver dollar from the PTA .
As the gameneared the,end the creation of,' the new: State univer- Port Mayaca cemetery with Rev. ; S. Chastain, Mrs. Robert B. Simon-II group. Mrs.,A. R. Harrington was
.;,. Blue:' Devils ''gOt another drive underway sity by 1964 ,under direction ot.co Lee D..Rustin pastor of the church son Mrs. W. S. Plumer and Mrs. I in charge getting the youngsters
marching 63'.,yards }n' ,12 ordinator Frank, Wright the RDB conducting the last rites:: W, A. Keen members of the Pa-'C in parade form and across the ti
Iridys, but got stalled,near.the;goal will:nol slacken its continuing efforts Surviving are his widow Mrs. hokee Garden Club; Mrs. Edgar stage for the judges ,to see.
line, getUng'omy three,;yard**'ID, for new light industries,,l Ross "W. )Winnie ,of Belle Glade; Wilder, Mrs. Hugh Branch. and Preceding the judging at 7 p-xn.
,, .r ,'three.jZakyB'.agalas the; :'i ube Tk saatercc sYattcm* anctctrolr : two 'OiE&BCtWmn1*'<'of-wept: David/Unwm, .mem ers': ot Sod' ..mJ"MbcrS..o tti$.J TA,,served,deJiciousi l'J."
defense walL: On fourth" operation with the County 'Commission I : Busters Garden Circle; Mrs.M.C..
Tigers ; Palm Beach and Ross. Jr. of Belle ;chili,.hoi dogs* pie, cold drinks I
. down with three yards,to,go .f 'I'D. QB Padgett called for'a spread, and expansion of. sugar production Seller of Belle Glade and Mrs. Eric G. Coburn Mrs. Paul Rardin, Before'and after the judging many
play that stretched Blue Devil play- in the 'Glades,'he said. Josephson of New York, City Mrs. Floyd Erickson and Mrs.'J. H.'[booths were in operation and netted -
ers across the width or.the field, The'year?s program will also call Twelve grandchildren and eight Miller, members of the,.Canal Point I| the PTA a neat sum of cash for
'\ then sneaked across to. score.. He for- continuation of RDB's strong great grandchildren also survive. Garden Club.' the evening's! work. Everythingfrom
f' failed: however, in another quarterback county-wide tax and budget'study fm m The, school was sponsored jointlyby I a hayride and candy booths to
t. '.' sneakfor, 'the extra point. committee! which has been working the Canal Point Pahokee, Belle an opportunity to cast a straw ballot -
The Blue Devils will have another with the County Commission Funeral Services Glade and Chosen Garden dubs.' on 'the upcoming presidential\,
(P' better-than-average chance toi' school board, port board and other Mrs. Luther Jones of the Garden i[ election brought in ready and .
win again this Friday night when county taxing rlts in an effort to 1 Held For'W. C. Owen Study Club of Belle Glade was much-needed cash to the till of the."
they meet ,the Okeechobee Brah- hold the' line on taxation. The committee I chairman of the committee *n Parent-Teachers Association* ,-' ".
mans, at,home on Lair Field. has also sbmitted strong I I charge of arrangements. Others on The children'in"costume: '-were
Against: the dewiston Tigers, the recommendations for revision of I Funeral services were held Monday the committee were Mrs. O. R. presented in five groups: preschool -
t only common foe the two teams I state taxes, particularly 'reduction afternoon, at the Community Bleech, Pahokee; Mrs. M. C. Carter first and second grades
have played'so':far this season, theJ' of the intangible tax, to Governer- Presbyterian church in dewiston Canal Point; Mrs. Ivan Tan third and fourth grades fifth and
Brahmans were defeated by tbs elect Farris Bryant at his workshop I for W. C. Owen 63, who died Sat- Born, Belle Glade,,. and :Mrs. S. B. .sixth grades, and seventh and
J'. Tigers. 15-0,.and the Blue Devils by session, and to the interim urday. Mr. Owen was, vice president Cowart Chosen. l eighth grades. There were four
a closer margin 6-0. ,tax committee of the. state legis j i I of the U. S. Sugar Corporationand At the Thursday session Mrs. II I I winners in each group. They were:
!- I lature. 1 had lived in Clewiston for 35 John R. Bear of Tampa taught 'most original, most typical of HaJJ -
4r1. :: Coordination of its work with years floVer show, practice -and Mrs. J[loween most comical and most
t; Judge'SauIs AsksReelection the various chambers of commercein II He was a veteran of World WarI Helen Cotten of Miami served as beautiful. '.
the' county, in development of and a graduate of the Universityof instructor of horticultural techni I Winners were as follows:. Preschool -
Nov 8 county projects was,emphasized! Tennessee. quest> Members, of the Belle Glade I original, Nelda Sue Hall;
President Fleming, in' acceptingthe I Garden Club hostesses at the noon Lisa council
f : He joined,U, S. Sugar as an en-, typical. Shelley; ,
"" gavel from P, P. deMoya; whoconcluded gineer and rose to the post of vice luncheon- served to'approximately I Kathleen Threkeld; beautiful, Jana
t.. .! Circuit:Judge Richard :M, auls, his second term; as.JD resident : president in charge of,.engineering 30. Maxson. '
\ seeking.,re election, November' '8;' ; :.of RDB.. He ,had also served* ,', Owen was a member and past "Flower Arrangements" was the I First and second grades: original -
4 ,is not running against any. Palm< as its .second president 16 years 1 master of Moore Haven Lodge, subject! studied on Friday, with i Roy Hall;. typical. Wanda

,L. .' jf Beach County resident. If re-elect- ,ago.. I F&AM, past commander of the firs. Bear, instructor, and approximately -: Hitchcock; comical: Candy;McCaIlt
i::>'t f.'t' f: ed, he ;will continue, to serve Palm (.continued. on.. page. 8) dewiston American! Legion and 60 attending. The Belle : beautiful, Diane Blackwell. ;
! J\ Beach and Broward Counties as a .,. former mayor and city commissioner Glade Garden Study Club ''was in' Third and Fourth grades: .orig-
member of Group 8, Fifteenth Ju'dicta -' Boys ,School Work : and was active in- church charge of the sandwich luncheon. anal Rebecca Cowart; typical Jeffrey -
.. I Circuit and community work. He was also Threkeld; comical, Lillian .,
' Sauls is. the only candidate ins Told To ROtarian president of dewiston Federal Sav- Local Lions Earn Sims; beautiful, Brenda Maxson.
this race who was voted to be qualified ---- ings and Loan.Surviving Fifth and Sixth grades: original
to hold the office.by the Brow- The operation :of the Florida are his wife two sons $19 On Hay Ride'sCanal David Hitchcock; typical, Eldridge
: ._ ard County Bar Association. His Boys School School at Okeechobeewas Richard B. Owen of Miami Beach Kinsaul; comical Darrel Goodson. ;
: opponent, alsofrom Broward explained to Pahokee Ro'tar-I and W. C. Owtn Jr., 0f West Palm Point Lions, instead of .beautiful, Sandra Jackson.
r iJ. County, was Voted 'unqualified to 'tans at last week's Thursday luncheon i Beach; a daughter! ,' Mrs. Bryan their regular dinner meeting Mon Seventh and eighth grades: origins -
':, hold the office of circuit, judge, oy meeting by Mr. Zinch assistant Bergeron of Tallahassee; his father day night,.sponsored,a hayride con- !. Nancy Harrington; typical,-
the Broward_ County Bar ,Associa superintendent who was guestspeaker. a brother, and six grandchildren. cesson at the Canal Point PTAcarnival JoJo Young; comical, Eddie Up-
,: tion. c Introduced 'by C. I* Shir- on the school grounds I thegrove; beautiful, Betty Good-
Judge Sauls, a native Floridian, ley, Sr., program chairman, the, .Mr. Owen was well and favorably and turned over the entire proceeds -i son.
has an extensive Palm Beach speaker said all the, activities at known in, Canal Point wherehe $19, to PTA.The Lions wish /
County background,having resided the:school are integrated into a rehabilitation visited regularly and' often to to thank the Glades Equipment C>.: Emmett Roberts
't rye '; here from 1932 to 1946. He was an program that strivesto attend meetings, of the various for the loan of a tractor, Paul's
honor graduate,:and,played foot- assist the boys in adjusting drainage districts he served as a Sales 'and Service for the tractor Speaks To Women
..... ball for 'West Palm Beach High themselves that they may assumetheir supervisor.. fuel; J. H. Wilkinson, Jr., for the .
\> also with,honors,' from John B. order of our times. The school now REv'SHELLEY SPEAKS the tractor and the Kilgore seed Belle Glade was. guest speaker at
f:..:"'t.. Stetson University;at Deland, Fla, has an enrollment of'300 and plansare The Rev. Robert A. Shelley, Co. for the hay, all of which addedup the luncheon meeting of the Paho-
,.: he practiced law in Palm Beach underway to expand ,facilities guest speaker spoke on 1nto All to enjoyable hay rides for many ke Woman's, dub,held at the cubr| :
is', '". prior.to moving south,to BrowarJ. for an additional enrollment of 100 the World Together" at the November Canal Point children. house Wednesday with the pre*
.' .', SaulS.is one of the drcuit judges boys, he stated. Student Member meeting the Canal,Point dent Mrs. B. R,-Mosley, presiding. .
now sitting in Brow County.- On Lamar Williams had as a guest Methodist Woman's Society of Mrs. Frock Baxter has returned Introduced by Mrs. 'E. L. Pops,
I occasion he,will sit In,Palm Beach Carlotta 3Corell, PHS senior: who Christian' .Service,.held at the church from Miami where she was a guest program chairman,'he spoke of the*' :
:' County. This office Is'voted on -'''Y'*,

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Mrs. W. L. BoatwrightThe I

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'. home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
i"i L. Boatwright in Pahokee was -he .
scene of a dinner party in celebra At 1821 East Main Pahokee :
tion of Mrs. Boatwright's birthday
anniversary. Guests were Mr. and /

i :Mrs. Hilburn-. Murphy and children -y I'I" !IS -HOW OPEN \
Mr. and Mrs. Audle Hooks ;
I Jr., all of Clewiston; Mr. and Mrs. j i S / J
Ernest Maxwell and children and I I r, For Aipointment-CaIl7827

; Mr. and Mrs. JTuney, Murphy nad
children, all of Pahokee; Mr. and

:: I The Rardin: feuifdingr In Canal Point, Florida Point.Mrs.: Charles Barfield of Canal


' THE .ETO LADES: NEWS .Mr .and Mrs. Elmer .B. Elliott y '. '--

and daughter, ,Lonna Lynn, are i .
F t' t Serving the'Lake.Okeechobee Farming Region/Without moving from!''Pahokee this week,to i
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years Meridian, Miss., where Mr. Elliott < Support And Elect "

; Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday will be associated with the brokerage E.F.
firm of Noble C. Faulk Enterprises. -
J' Subscription. "Price .$2.00 Year In Advance. Mr. Elliott, elected a mem- i'
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,1- ber of the ''Pahokee City Council VAN KESS.E L
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn
last May is resigning from his -
: Point Florida Second Class flatter Iwfiition
,. canal; ; aj as councilmen and waterWorks REPUBLICAN t ,

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher: commissioner.MARK -. 1 f COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Judge Asks-, Insurance Bids At -I THE DATE November S NO.1.
1:1at the Community'Building Kenneth Foster
Opposing \
B. G. Housing In
: Bard Canal Point- a great bazaar
continued from page 1) You need a full time commissioner that will work for; Bringing -
I Under sponsorship of Canal Point
both Palm Beach and Broward in small industry that will supply work for the
Counties To All Interested Parties The Garden Club. Starting at 1 p. m. untrained. '
Housing Authority of the City of Gifts of ALL kinds, cakes and pies. l
He Is fourth Florid.
a generation ,Developing a plan with new ideas to bring back the tourist
Ian. After moving to Broward Belle Glade, Florida, will entertain There will be hot sandwiches,,cake trade AND the tourist dollar.

, County he served ,as, municipal bids for insurance coverage on the pie and coffee at supper time' at NOW is YOUR chance to break the political machine strangle
< judge in Hallandale 194850. He following policies: reasonable prices. See the many hold on Palm Beach County by voting. for and supporting
had practiced law 11 years when 1. Standard Workmen's Compensation wonderful things-many of them Van Kessel. .PULL LEVER 16-B.
1 the circuit: judgeship. was created. and Employer's Liability I I created by members of the club. VANS THE MAN, FOR ALL,THE PEOPLE.
2. Money and Securities Broad! You'll want to buy some for Christmas -
The Broward Bar him its
.- gave (Pot Adv. Paid for by campaign treasurer)
" '\ highest vote and recommendation Form 1 I presents. 1

over 13 other attorneys seeking 3. Comprehensive Liability-Gen ( _- ;
the office. On his record and the eral. Automobile
r S Bar's recommendation he was appointed Bids to be, submitted at the ', {
I Osceola Farm Labor Center office } 4 }
Judge. He was unopposedfor ., .
re-election in 1958. Belle Glade' Florida, not later than' CCO'J:4'' eKY y.>4 'tti :4'c;' 4t 1r.,.%. }t vs'iF, ''''x.os.. .t.,,.
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r- He is a Deacon in the First Pres- Tuesday 12 o'clock noon November 1L

, ,, byterian Church of Hollywood a 15,1960. ,
Kiwanian, Elk director the Hollywood Information concerning effective
I C of 'C and member ot the date and other necessary data can ,
be obtained WY 6=2811
i Committee of'100. by calling Itc' (
He is one'of the most experienced or visiting the above office. ., f hI '
'} in actual law practice of the Emmett S. Roberts I

Y"I. circuit judges In his circuit. As a Executive. Director. I i'k '
circuit judge he has presided over I k .
i. :a4'%: iQ q il.n+ic
.. 3,000 cases; has been appealed less Sorority Honors I
than 100 'times; and reversed only N
" ,, 11,, times. On his record, his:experience Rushees At Party 1 I

and his qualifications, he \

" seeks re-election.. '. ", ., 'TheJBetajOmicron Chap:? Q fthe I
I Beta Sigma ,Phi entertained a

: Miss. Draa To Wed their rushees with a Halloween )
party and covered dish'supper at r F : jt' j
: Philip Allen DulanyMr. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy ;
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Moore Friday night.
' For occasion the was t.oIA.
Ii and Mrs. Horace Vincent they garage 1
weirdly decorated with skeletons,
Draa of Belle Glade have announced and the f
witches goblins, spooks
the engagement of their daughter traditional black and orange

" Saundra Irene, to Philip Allen streamers. ,A hidden record player )

K':f. .r. Dulany, son of Mr. and Mrs: John provided music and the ghostlyscene US : '.' $
Allen'Du1 ny. Belle Glade. was lighted with Jack-o- j
. Miss Draa in'the senior class at lanterns hanging over the tables.A .
' Belle Glade School where she teller \ f fI
\ High mystery fortune was pres- ft t
is a member of the Student Council ent to amuse the guests with pre- ,
j the Beta Club and the School dictions of coming events. I
w'. Band. ',She is worthy advisor of Following supper, bobbing-for- iJ I
':, Belle Glade Assembly Number One, apples and,other Halloween games
, Order Rainbow were enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Karl
:: j Mr. Dtdany;.'a- '1956 graduate of Mindlin in hobo, costumes were ij',

,: Pahokee High School, attended the awarded,contest.prizeS I
! of] Florida and ..,,,
University was Special thanks went to "Witch"
g 'aduated.from Marion Military Margie Branch Beatnick"< Boots
Institute,:Marlon..Ala.,.in 1959. He Gills, "Little Old Lady" Doris
is a member of:'Morgan's Raiders- Lane, and 'Louise Zaccagnino fora .
honorary military fraternity.:He is very enjoyable Halloween party.
employed in the'--bobkkep lng'department Guests were 'Mr. and Hrs BillHatton

; i : of Florida.N. t10zial Mr.,and Mrs, Lester Hat- !
:Unnk...'B' ll ;Okde: ton,.:Mr. and Mrs-: W. A. Cross. Jr., '
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Mr..,and Mrs. Lee Shirley, Mr. and
:TREE' iYiPtlTATON Mrs. J. V. Thomas Jr, Mr. and .
tTOPOLISIf Mrs. Milton Salvatore :Mr. and f
:youttefttre'FREE'' transporta Mrs. Frank Gillis. Mr and Mrs.R. Good .
tion: to t&B' poos' Tuesday in the C. Lane Mr. and :Mrs. Julian GovernmentBegins .

Pahokee anti-Canal' :Point area Just Branch Mr. and Mrs.. Karl Mind '
phone:"'2131, *#>!., Th lib Miss Myra CrutMrds, MIle,Ly- .
nette Hammond,, Bob' Cody and Here.-
NOTICE TN Orf Thurman Kemp. "H5' i ,.
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tlce is hereby given that the Miss'Patsy"CrosbyHas There is much being said and writsues they stan ior eaables you to ; ", _

undersigned under the provisionsof Birthday Party .l make wiser choice when T ...
. t 1..,7 I ten today about better governments a you -, "': !;""
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, -- .' .\ '" -from the national level down preferences on the ; .
express your, ii' ;
Acts of 1941, Will register with the The Pahokee Woman's Club was ',
Clerk of'the Circuit Court, in and the scene'of,a surprise dance party through the townships. ballot. I' .fl')'':'' '' t ::;.!tf

\ far Palm Beach County, Florida I honoring MisS Patsy Crosby on her By casting "your own vote land Be acquainted with the require- .'. ;.itlt'.
upon receipt of proof of Publiea-! '15th birthday anniversary. Hostesses '
I urging family and Maths to meats for voting in your state. Reg- :r'
tion of this notice the fictitious. were the :Misses Elaine' Adams '\. your : ...
4 name, to wit:. Mary Lee,Adams Tina Max- ., vote, you can make a very real conisterand by all means VOTE-in .', ;::' (

CANAL-D'O1NT PHARMACY I well, Paula Duke and Jeanne Bar- tribution.toward securing this better every election. By exercising, this .
under which I In business decorated
am engaged wick. The clubhouse was
. vemment. And being informed privilege, are helping safe, .
. at Canal Point Florida. In Halloween colors of black and S- I '
- That the party interested'in'said ,orange for the occasion. Assisting about the candidates 'and the isgQard it. =

' business,is follows: the hostesses were Mrs. E. J. Gra I
;' : MELVIN PAUL: I ham Mrs.L. D. Duke and Mrs. R. '

. Canal .Point County of Palm O. Crosby. ,
Beach. Florida. Oct. 20. 1968. rj m -mi } '
.outhern ..1I
Firm' Name: Canal Point Pharmacy Mrs..L. :Minter Coffins is visiting ". \ ,I iS
,iMelvin Paul; Owner.- 'I her parents, Mr.: aid Mrs !'.*J. ',:( :2 _,\', :;_ /1--.. ..Jr4. __ ,
J Pub: Oct. 21, 28, 4,11,1960.. :' Winchester at,Scoring'this o week." .: , !. :. _' i .J.; t._ ... ... c.& I"fliMt'f&' I
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f J' i:''' :"'our The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday, November 4, 1960


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Roscoe Williams of Homestead Frank Wilson has returned froma i JUDICIAL RECORD .
., spent the weekend in Pahokee visit with his son-in-law and I
visiting his wife and son-in-law daughter Mr.,- and Mrs. Don i JUDGE
': Adams, and family at Alexandra,
and duaghter, Mr. and Mrs.George i

.. Mills, and family. Mrs. Williams Va. Mrs.. Wilson who accompanied :y"' RICHARD M. SAULS
is employed here by W. H. Vann,"I him Alexandria, went from I \ .-1"**':l.
Inc. through the season. there tb Iowa to-visit a sister, whois -, ':;; : ;; ,> -> DEMOCRAT CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION

0 Mrs. Elmer Jones and daughter, reported to be seriously ill. .1 '
!. Verlon, visited her brother-in-law C. S. Davis has returned from a : as CIRCUIT JUDGE
,' and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus two-week visit in Wallace N. C. ;
., Knight in Wauchula over the Members of the Miriam Circle
15th Judicial Circuit 8
-= Group
weekend. They were accompaniedby Pahokee Methodist Woman's So-
", Mrs. C. H. Tillis who visited J ciety of Christan Service, will present BROWARD
F; ; Mr....and Mrs. H. L. Jaudon and the program, "God's Word
.. family there., and Our Words at the November 1 -
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: Mrs., Herman Austin of Day- WSCS meeting in the, church Mon- JUDGE SAULS' PLEDGE" '
\ tona Beach spent the weekend in day at 8 p. m. pledge ue the judicial administration of justice In ,
;!': Pahokee visiting her husband who Mr. and Mrs. I.S. Guthrie had,as the Circuit. Court without fear or fayjjr regardless of race, color or creed." j
has been ills guests the past week their cousins, ,

' Miss Ellen Morgan and.Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Guthrie of PROVED: Judge Sauls has served since '57; has handled 3,000 cases; been appealed In.less than

R. M. DuBose were visitors at LaBelle Delray Beach. ? 100; reversed only 12 times. "
r.'f over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. 13. R. Mosley and .
.. Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmermanwere APPROVED -
Willams and Bennett iBy
Angus Broward"Bar ; }
the Association
as QUALIFIED to hold the office. The ONLY
i Wilson have returned to Tampa among,those who attended '
S! candidate in this race so approved. -! .- ,
after a visit of several days with the Florida-Auburn g a meat ,
" Mr. and Mrs. ,John Rogers in Pa. Gainesville'Saturday. ,
hokee. W. L. McKinney, 88, of McLe- '
Mrs. Grady Chancellor 'reutrned moresville, Tenn., a frequent visitor ON HIS RECORD RE-ELECT Judge Richard M. Sauls

recently from Loxahatchee where Pahokee during the winter .
i she spent several days,visiting her seasons, died at a hospital there \ -
t' son-in-law and daughter, Rev. ,and last week, according to word received -' Ask Your Own Attorney .
i Mrs. James L.Merrell, and family. by his nephew, Robert
Mrs. O. L. Norton has arrived Walker, of Pahokee I I I (PoL Adv. Paid for by campaign treasurer)

i", from Albany, Ga., for a visit with Mrs. D. B. Mathis and Marshall
F. her sons,'Roscelle and Lon Wilson, Lair representing MathiSBoe'of
in Pahokee and Frank Wilson, Belle Glade and Boe's of Pahokee, I I Miss Dorothy Hatton and her I Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders THEY MADE All* A's
roommate, Miss Anne the weekend in Miami visit- Four Pahokee
:;- South Bay, and their families. attneded a dinner and sales instruction Mary Lopez, I spent High School stu.
; : Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith of Or- course for dealers of students at Florida Southern College -i ing their daughters, Mrs. P. A. dents Kathry Young, eleventh
lando were guests of her brother- Frigidaire appliances at the Ever Lakeland, spent the ,weekend, Keyes and Mrs. James S. Wilson, grade; Linda Woofter, tenth grade;

, in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. glades Hotel in Miami} this week. in Pahokee with her parents, Mr. and.families. Their son-in-law, Col. Keith Padgett and John Pell, sev- (
M. Collins, here the past week. Mr. and Mrs. William McClinithan : and Mrs.Joe Hatton, Sr. Andrew Keyes Is reported to be enth grade-were placed on the
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Chase are in returned recently from Tampa Robert Nance is spending a critically ill at the VA hospital.Mrs. school's honor roll with honors for
Gainesville this week visiting their where he was a surgical patient in month Zellwood where he is Frank Friend 'attended a receiving A's in all scholastic sub- ,
son, Gordon Chase,a student at the a hospital there for several days. working for B. A. Russell Co. He I'meeting of the nominating"commlt- jects during the first six-week period
, University of Florida. ,The Rev.,and Mrs. Fred B. Crig- was accompanied ,to Zellwood on tee of the Girl Scout Council at I of the current school year, according -
Mr. and Mrs. R. J, Schroder were ler of.Riviera.Beach were guests of Tuesday by James,Caldwell Jr., of' the Girl Scout headquarters in to Principal Brooks Hen-
visitors in Miami this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Unwin Sunday.The Belle Glade. West Palm Beach Thursday. I derson. "

... Mr. and'Mrs. Irving'Raymond of Rev Crigler, as guest minis- '. =- .-- '

,'- Miami Springs were guests ol Mrs. ter, preached at both the morningand !W MTWFiSBFSSIffiSiTWRfi w "mfr 'Wr7mTI'm"iit '\ylrl\'i TI't>!t\'Wf fJ"ijtf1t! \\tmfiYTIiIY\"ijA""r.YTIf't: ? Jf"f"! YYIT'1.1t4'l! l
Helen, Schroder in Pahokee over evening worship hour servicesat
.' the weekend. the Pahokee First Baptist Church 1

Mrs. W. _R. Walker visited Mr. on Sunday., \

;; and Mrs. W. F. Weathers in Miami Miss Marjorie Mills and Nappy i
",lie past week. Mr. Weathers is a Brownell entertained at the Paho- i
.. patent at the North Shore Hos- kee's"Woman's Club with a'Hallo DESERVEThe

o pital. ,ween dance party, honoring Lou
- Ton' Herring' celebrated lie r Betzner of' Belle Glade, a studentat J

seventh birthday anniversary at4a ; the.Mont Verde, SchooL Miss
party given by. her mother. Mrs. Jane Watson, a cousin of Miss I
Colvin Herring, at their home In Mills, assisted with the serving of II

.Pahokee. Refreshments were served refreshments to 25 guests. I best qualified man to serve you as "
by the hostess to 20
I guests. Mrs. J. L. Reeves has returned I
; ,Mr. and Mrs. H. J.Anderson had from a two-weekvisit with her son, I COUNTY JUDGE
as dinner guests Tuesday Mrs. Albert Graves, and family at '. your '
:', Fern Frank and daughter, Bobbie gusta Ga., and other AU-I I .

,;, Jo, and Mrs Marty Carstens, Thompsonville, Ga., and

former Pahokee residents now living burg, S. C.' J I Paul Douglas best qualified because he is a ;

i.',, in West. Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Latham hadas
l" Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Parrish and ,
guests Sunday their daughter;
daughter, Debbie,, plan to spend Mrs. Audle Hooks, Jr..' and family Native son Born and educated in Palm Beach County

Sunday in Orlando visiting another of dewiston. -understands local problems
" daughter, Miss Sylvia Parrish student Mrs. Earle Pitts entertained at

f. nurse at the Orange Memor her home on Bacom Point Road More than 10 active
experience practicing
: ial Hospital. w1th"a Halloween for years as an :
party mem- \ .
bers of her class in the intermediate attorney : Jh./
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department of the, Baptist .\
Church Sunday school. Three' experience as judge
years :. .
: Classified AdsHAD Mr. and Mrs. R. Marks of South :!: \

Miami were recent guests of Mr. Veteran of U. S. Air Force-World War II_ : I
and Mrs.H. J. Anderson OIL Bacom
A, VISITOR? Give 2661 a
Point Road. : "
( .' Church.member and active civic worker ..: -
ring and let us know about it Mrs.F. S. Parrish entertained at ., t
and we win, be happy to put the her home Friday morning with a '
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item in our personal news column.. Stanley party women of the neighborhood J'i.. "

Thanks.Of course The there"Everglades is NO':CHARGE.News.-.- .Mrs. Mattie attending'Russell as guests.and' ;Mrs.' PULL- LEVER 14-A, f}:, ': : 1

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W. L. Pittman of Chattanooga ; I
: New and used WillyaJeepx ? ::: ("" r '
TeniL, and Mrs. Maggie Carter of
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Walter Ashley's Garage "
Jn Belle Glade, Phone'3058. I I Denver.Colo., have returned Elect.-: : :
Oct. 17'54-ch. their homes after a visit,here O-1
7"" their brother and sister-in-law,
FEINTING OF ALL KINDS if and Mrs. 'Charles Moran. They
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you need cards envelopes, letter- were called to Florida last week PAU'LDOUGLAS'
heads statements bill heads, hand by the death of a brother, Henry -.
bills or something in the printing Moran, 56, ot Delray Beach in a

line just step to the phone and call car accident.Mr. .
The Everglades News at. Canal ., and Mrs. W. R. Easterly ,

Point, No 2661. We are experts in visited her brother-in-law'and sis
producing excellent printing ,and ter Mr. and Mrs. James D mteru, Eiii;
and other relaUveaL"dfriends
of family
our prices are hi line with out
at LaBelle Sunday.Mrs. t
,town printers who, come to the ,
F. S. Parrish and daughter ,
Glades for printing business.Please
Debbie, visited her parents Mr.
give us a call Phone 266L '
and Mrs. J. E Winston, in West County JudgePULL
MARK THE DATE November Palm Beach Saturday. 2
17- at the Community Building Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sims had as
in Canal Point a great bazaar guests over the weekend their son
Under ,sponsorship of Canal Point and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Garden Club. Starting at 1 p. m. James 'Sims, and family of West LEVER 14-A I I IY.OUR'

Gifts of.ALL kinds cakes and plea Palm Beach. ....
There will be sandwiches. cake,
pie and coffee at,supper time t.atreasonable FREE TRANSPORTATION.
wonderful things=many of 'them If you desire FREE transportation -

created by"members. the ;club. to the. polls :Tuesday in the I;
You'll waat to buy some far Cferisipreseats -t Pahokee,and Canal Poiat area juet', -

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t ,Friday November 4. 1960 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Five

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and family of West Hollywood
"i!"" spent the weekend in Pahokee with :_ ___ -
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her ,brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs.. C. A. Stuckey.:
-:' Leland Keene and,H.L.PJtts\ accompanied -
,I .:' by Mead and Pat Maxwell -
v .- Airs. Don Collier entertained at
and Bill and Bob Kennedy,
\ her home with a party for her son
spent the weekend hunting' with
John Roron his sixth birthday e.. :..y3"p
bows and arrows in the Inverness a
anniversary. The hostess was assisted -
Game Reserve which was openedon
, r. with the serving of refreshments Oct. 29 for hunting to devoteesof

'':"f. to 21 guests by Mrs.William archery. I J

,.\A Weathers and Mrs. Edwin Griffith. Mrs. Ida Garrett is in Home- '
The Sunbeam Band of the Paho
stead this week visiting her daughters -
kee First Baptist Chtfrch :.ist Tues'I'''I' Mrs.. Dave Fredrick and, Mrs. +' Y
afternoon vith leaders, I
Charles Sales, and families.,
Mary Mills, Mrs. Lee Wroten,.Mrs.
_J, Gene Waits and Mrs. W. O. Moss.' i '
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t : The Sunbeams are sponsored oy Sandra UpthegroveHas ;_' Y :flt3C

,' the Woman's Mis30na'fYUnion.. Birthday Party '

'* _/" Robert F. Fisher attended a .
meeting of Coca Cola plant managers -
Mr. and Mrs. Osceola' Uptl\e- r-.w
; v in Miami Wednesday. :Mrs. I
grove entertained at the Pahokee -
Fisher was called to Homestead :
Woman's Club with a dance party I- : ..w ,
this week by the death of William I _
honoring their daughter, Sandra '
Levy Sr.,of Key Largo, who died : L I
on Wednesday.Mrs. Kay on her. 17th birthday anni
The Halloween motif
was _
Elaine Baker entertained
.\. used in the decorations. Refreshments -
at her home in Canal Point with a _
of sandwiches, cold drinks IR '
party for her daughter, Betty Sue, _
"I cup cakes and portions of a birth
on her fourth birthday anniversary.
I day cake were served to approximately -
Refreshments were served 'by the
L: 50 guests Mr. and Mrs. b t9 r.
I r' hostess to 15 guests.
James Gifford assisted the hosts. _
t. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Anderson -
have returned from Lyons Ga., r..
where they were called recently by
Mrs. Marvin Cowart and Mrs.

Maggie J. B.-Spooner, accompanied by Mrs.Cowart's ..._ ow.. "V._ ."",* .Y. ,.,6A-
( daughter, Miss Anita
f,, companied Cowart of Jacksonville, leave this Thomas F. Fleming, Jr., BocaRaton I I production in the 'Glades, more Field of Palm Beach, secretary;

'" Mrs. J. H. Bigford, of :Mississippi. weekend for Bainbridge Ga., to attend Danker and farmer, formallytook new industries, research on beach John W. Stine of Lake Worth,
Slade Turbeville, who was a patient -
'x at the Everglades :Memorial the wedding of Mrs. Spooner's over as president of the Re- protection and continued develop treasurer, and P. P. deMoya of
I niece,.Miss,Betty White, to Robert West Palm Beach, immediate past .
i t, Hospital for several weeks while sources Development Board of ment of flood control will be,stress-
Bridges which will take place at president. Unable to be present for
, recuperating from a heart attack, Palm Beach County with the prom- ed in RDB work during the year,
the Methodist Church in Bain- installation ceremonies were VicePresidents
{ is now convalescing at the home oft bridge Sunday at 4:30 p. m. Miss ise the new State University being he said. Serving with him will be Robert Totterdale of
Mr. and Mrs. James Weeks.
Cowart will serve as,,a bridesmaid. sought for,Boca Raton will receive these oficers, left to right, stand- Delray Beach; M. C. Dan Avery of
brief leave
K" Joe Parker spent a
While there they will be the housa state-wide attention during the ing, Vice President Robert C. Boynton Beach and Claude L. Shirley -
from the Navy visiting his par- guests of Mrs. Spooner's next few months,,Additional sugar Brown of Riviera Beach; W. Julian of Pahokee.
,; ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker, in I brother-I .
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in-law and sister, Mr. and ,
Canal Point upon his return to the
i. Jacksonville Naval Air Station White' and also visit her brother J METHODIST: ACTIVITIES" i Tests Will Be Given I EASTERN STAB PARTY.

from a cruise to England. Tom McDowell.. Activities scheduled at the Paho- The, 30th anniversary of the .
; Mr. and Mrs. George Ramey ex- kee First Methodist Church duringthe I For Eastern Stars founding of Pahokee Chapter 184,

pect to have as guests this weekend 'Health Is Topic coming week include a meeting Order of Eastern Star, will be observed .
their cousins, Mr. and'Mrs. Wilford of the Commission on Stewardshipand District 18 proficiency tests for at birthday party in the Ma-
t 1 Content of Ormond Beach. For C.: P. PTA Meet Finance with Chairman Lloyd members of the Order of Eastern sonic Hall Thursday night. Mrs.

CoL and Mrs. W..S.Evans visited Hundley at 7:45 p, m., Tuesday; Star will be. given at the Masonic Jennie McKinstry will present a .

+ .' their son.inIaw'and daughter;,l>r.- 'The health program: .for Palm Methodist Men's Cabinet meeting I I Hall in Pahokee Sunday by Mrs.Freda program in which charter members

and Mrs.'Frank Handley, and family Beach County Schools will be ex- with'Chairman O.B..McClure' Wednesday McEwen of West Palm will be honored.

in Sebring".Sunday.. i: plained by Miss, Jane Plumer of at T'p. m. a meeting of Beach grand secretary and past .

Mr. and :Mrs. Earl Maxson.'and; Pahokee, County nurse, at the No-I the Commission ojfc Membership I grand matron of the Florida OES BRID 'S SHOWER

Mrs. OWe Adams visited rela ,lies vember meeting of the Canal Point I and Evangelism with Chairman Grand Chapter. Mrs. ;McEwen will

In Fort ,Laud dale$unday. : ... .;Teacher Association the *F2lis Mn pbf Wednesday. at 8:30. II be assisted in.this work by Mrs. "- Mrs. W. R.. Walker attended a
Pope'Sears,accompanied bj f I school auditorium'Monday night ;. nib: and U e meeting of the Of.. Judy Sapp 'of Canal ,Point"grand brld 's shower given for her d ugh-

; brother, Harlan Sears spent the starting at 8. Mrs.,Joe Cherry, Jr., ficial Board of the Church Thurs- I instructor for District 18. ter-in-law :Mrs. W. R. (Robbie): I

weekend in Gainesville'visiting his I president will preside at the business day, at 7:45 p. m. with chairman I I ,.Walker, Jr., in Belie Glade on

son, Wayne Sears, a junior at>the session. TYL. Tyson,Jr., chairman. 'NINTH BIRT1H>AY Thursday night of last week: by the

', University Florida, and Wayne'sp .. -- Donna Lee Collier celebrated her honoree's former classmates of the

;roommate, David Simmons. While MARK THE DATE November Sod Busters Circle ninth birthday anniversary at a home Economics class at the Belle

r there they attended the Florida-' 17at the Community Building theatre party given by her mother Glade High School. .

Auburn football game. in Canal Point a great bazaar Will Meet TuesdayThe Mrs. Don Collier, in Pahokee Fol- .. .
Mr. and Mrs.W. L.Anderson ac- under sponsorship of Canal Point [lowing the serving of refreshments AT THE HOSPITAL :

: companied by their daughter, Mrs. Garden Club. Starting at 1 p. m. ,November meeting of, the I at the Collier home, Donna and her

J. H. Bigford Jr., of Mississipppi, i Gifts of'ALL kinds cakes'and pies. poned a week will be held Tuesdayat guests 17 in all, saw the show at Among the patients at the Ever-

', win visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. There will be hot sandwiches, cake, the home of the president Mrs. the Prince Theatre. glades Memorial Hospital Wednes-

Cleon Wood in Tampa this weekend I pie and coffee at supper time at Edgar Wilder. Mrs. Ivan Van Horn --- ....4 day' were Charles Douglas, :Mrs.

reasonable prices. See the many of Belle Glade -demonstrate Mr. and Mrs. Marion Spoonerand Gertrude Burney, Jim Paul Crews,
Fort Lauderdale after a week's: created by members of the club. purposes. The group will his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McKinstry, Sr., D. P. Hughes, Mrs.. ,

visit here with her:, daughter, Mrs.BennIe You'll want to buy some for Christmas conduct a workshop at Mrs. Wild-I I Spooner, in Pahokee Thursday Maude ,Ridenour James Berryhill

f Allen and son, Thomas ElI -I presents. er's home on Wednesday. I and Friday of last week. and Marie Holly.ReElect .
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t liott and families and other eel-

T atives. .
Mrs. Colvin Herring and Mrs. ,

J. A. Guthrie were among those : '

who attended funeral services for 1 < j _'

George Powell_in Okeechobee Sun : : "
1 day. Mr. Powell daughter of Mrs. :

J. W. Vogler ,of Pahokee, died at :

the Louisa Raulerson Hospital in : JOhnF.KIRK'4.

Okeechobee on Oct. 26. : :;

Mr. and Mrs. Audie Hooks, Sr., : ; ,

returned,to their home in Clewiston : .
.: Sunday evening after a visit with : !, ". .
I Hr and :Mrs W L Boatwright inPahokee. : ; : ', ,

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sister-in-law, Mr: and Mrs. D. L. a
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\. Clewiston to take them home.
'; Miss Gall Guthrie of Miami visited -


'l{ Guthrie here over the weekend. 32 to > EXPERIENCE IN PALM 16 YOUR SHERIFF OF PALM BEACH .
Mrs.Mildred Lavender, president J "
of the Pahokee Business and Professional

Women's Club, and Mrs. .
f. Allie Okie, past president, attended .. 1
r BPW State ''Board' meeting at No Substitute Kirk Has Kept Pace With Modern '

15 the Galt Ocean Mile Hotel,Lauderdale .

I Beach last weekend. For EXPERIENCE Law'-Enforcement Methods .

Mr. and*:Mrs. Raymond Padgett '.. .., ,
have returned to' .:Miami after ,a t: : I
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'visit with his mother, Mrs. Charles t

F Moran: ,.and other relatives in Pa KIRK : : '
Qualified by Experience J
hokee They,also attended funeral :

services for his uncle, Henry Moran ,tl-


Humphries and daughter, Cindy, ED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER AS SHERIFF" '
accompanied by _Humphries'mother
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,,Mrs.visited': Kirby'his Thompson'ofLaBelle mother, :Mrs. PULL LEVER 13-A : KEEP KIRK SHERIFF .

Bill Unwin and 1ar.,-Unwindn.Pa -'' '' .;.. "- ,,.. ,..... h -_ ." :., .: -e ,,,,,", IP.__ "C, 'M'T v .
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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal'Point, Florida Friday November 4;.1960>\ \

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{ ", Bill Reynolds Has I Nazarenes To Give *

,". ;Birthday PartyThe Christmas Play #
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r" home of :Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Rehearsals were started this

} Reynolds was the scene of a dinner week for a Christmas play "There
, party and family reunion in celebration is No Room", which will be pre_ ,
r of Mr.Reynold's 68th birthday sented at the Church of the Nazarene -

anniversary. Present at the reunion Pahokee the date'to be an-
were the Reynold's four nounced later. The play was writ-
children and their families includ- ten by Robert F. Rhodes. The 14

ing 13 grandchildren and two members of the cast were selected
-- I great-grandchildren ,all togetherfor from the membership of the Junior

; The Pahokee Church The Church Of God Canal Point the first time since 1936. and intermediate departments of
I -. the church. The play also will fea-
.. Of The Nazarene Of Prophecy Pahokee Baptist Church; ture the singing of a group of car-
Business WomenTo
I olers. It is under the direction of
Rev. Charles D. Pastor
, 71 Bacon Point',Road Canal Point Road SUNDAY: Meet In Pahokee Mrs. B. R. Mosley.. Mrs. Earle Pitts

Charles F. CrausweH, Pastor John H. Kinard pastor 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School and Mrs. Leona Raineri. ...

Phone 7528 P. O. Box. 882 :.10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship '. Final plans'for the District 8 .
:. SUNDAY SERVICES:. 11:00 a. 'm.-Preaching Service,
; 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. J'meeting the Florida Federationof
a. m.-Sunday School.
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p, m.-Evening Worship Business and Professional Wom- Training Union
11:00 a. m.Sunday Worship. .
4J:00 Tuesday-V. L. B.
p m. WEDNESDAY: en's Club 'in Pahokee on Nov. 20
6:30 p.. m.-Juniors. 8:00 p. m.Thursday;W. M.' B. 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. I were completed at a business meet- Costumes Party ,
7:00 Sunaay Evening
p m.-
Evangelistic Service. Everyone welcome. ,Special music > mm m < I ing of the Pabokee BPW Club at

and singing. Christian Science t the home of Mrs. Allie'Okie Tuesday Members of the junior depart
WEDNESDAY: -- .... '
m.-Mldweek night. President Mildred1' Lavender ment of the Pahokee Baptist'Training
7:30 p. Prayer
meeting. The .Methodist Church Group Of Canal Point f appointed Mrs. Okie chair- Union enjoyed a Halloween

, : "Where you are al j stranger but Canal Point Florida J man of the planning committee for costume party at the First Baptist
once". How spiritual enlightment brings the district meet; Mrs. Johnnie Church with Mrs. H. C. Graham

\. Robert A.-Shelley Pastor a clearer sense of direction and Verhulst co-chairman; Mrs. Ada department superintendent Mrs.
purpose into daily living will be emphasized Bush and.:Miss Patricia Batchelor,
:r First Methodist SUNDAY: Wiley Tillis, Miss Patricia Batch
in of '
at Christian Science services charge registration. elor and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Mossin
10:00 a. m.-Church School ......
?). Church, Pahokee 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Sunday. a. charge of arrangements.:: Follow-'
. 6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship Th6 account in Acts (Chap.9) of" :Mr. and Mi-s. C. S.Davis and son ing the serving,of refreshments in

.t Rev. T. C. O'Steen 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship Paul's conversion and regenerationwill visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the recreation hall of the church,
. ,..;.'. SUNDAY: MONDAY: be read from the Bible in the 'W. R. Tomilson, in Okeechobee the 40 children attending were takeR

,:;':A a:45'a.. m.=:Church School 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice Lesson-Sermon on ,the subject Sunday. on.a hay ride. I
. 11':00 a. m......Morning: Worship TUESDAY: "Adam' and Fallen Man.

i... 6:45 7:45 p.p. m.-Evening.MYF Worship .'8:00 p.. m.1st-Woman's Tuesday Society .: Correlative,and Health'citations with Key from to*Science the- H.f-+2-: i- : ;- <<+: : : :- : { 1 t 1 : 1 1 I : t I I t tit I l'tit. '.

TUESDAY: 2nd :MONDAY: Scriptures">> by Mary Baker Eddywill

:;:.-.. 7:00: p, m. Vesper Choir practice 7:30 p. .-Esther Class meeting ,include (326:23-27)): "Saul of I THEATRESPRINCE
.' WEDNESDAY: Tarsus beheld the way-the Christor ,

' WEDNESDAY: 7:30( p, m.-Prayer Meeting Truth,-only when his uncertain
!. 7:45 p. m,-Mid-week devotions sense of right yielded to a spirit- :., LAKE DRIVE-IN. _
S '8:30 p.. m.-Senior Choir pray ual sense which is always right:::
St Mary's Catholic Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
( ". tie*. : i Then the man' was changed. ,
assumed nobler outlook -
ChurchFather Thought a -- -
and his life became more.. spiritual -2 BIG FEATURES .
" : Cana14EQjnt first ." SUNDAY
Francis Fennech .
Baptist'ttfnircliElder The Golden Text is from Ephes- "
Mass NOVEMBER 6-7-8
: Sunday 11SO; a. m. ,
ians, (5:14): "Awake thou that NOVEMBER 6-7-8
Confessions.before Mass.
R.E.BarfIeld '. sleepest and arise from the dead. m ', j "VISIT TO A

" SUNDAY: ',. First Baptist and Christ- shall. -'give. thee, light." rrom. The Terrace. .. SMALL PLANET"JERRY ,
! 10:00 a.m, -Sunday School -
. '.. 1100 a. m.-Morning Worship Church, Pahokee POLI.S' PAUL NEWMAN JOANNE JOHN RLACKMAN
7:00 m.-B. T. C.
: p. _.
S.f / 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship SUNDAY SERVICES:' If you desire FREE, transportation WOODWARD.. ., MYRNA. LOY ALSO 5
: WEDNDESDAY; 9:45 a. jn.-Sunday School to the polls Tuesday in' the AND LEON AMES "CIRCUS STARS"r
11:00 Worship Pahokee and Canal Point area Just I
, 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer a. m.-Morning
t Service 645; p. .Training Union phone: 213 4601. 7669.. ." -rH" :-: H--y.+H-t-H--:+ 1 : t 1 : t 1 : t 1 I : I I_ } .

ij 2nd,and,4th TUESDAYS:, ,8:00-. m.-Evening Worship.
7:30 p. m.-- Auxiliary ,

.', a :Meeting. 8:00 p. m.-Prayer..... Meeting. ; ;
i Vote for Proven LeadershipExperience : :
St Peter's Lutheran Church Of God, and Teamwork '

Church, Belle Glade ,Barf ield Highway .

---- School
9:45 A. M. Sunday

.i,.. August Koerber Pastor, 11:00 A. Mt-Moraing' Worship J. .
601 W. Lake RxL Belle Glade- .7:00 P. :M.-L., W. Wr B. ,(Parsonage ,

I SUNDAY: '' ) ,ad: Tom
,, Divine Services 11 A. M.. '7:30 P. -Evening Worship -j'Ferris yt K r ADAMS'r
School 9:45,A M., :Meeting

? o"h-' 7:30 P.M.Tuesday-Prayer BRYANT
.. ... I .. a. ,. = { Secretary'I'
: Governor ,.A: ,O.F 4"w ti5'ry nfy of State ,
7:30 P. :M. Children's
b: Holy Nativity; ;; ./'.\ i iI i '. Church-
' Episcopal ChurchPahokee ,'7:30 K;M., Friday Y.P. EL, ;
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;S'M._ S Wendell, ...Vicar Halloween party was held at
I; SUNDAY: the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
t I 'T.O"a. m.-Sunday School Weathers, given by'Mrs. Weathersfor VOTE ORV

11 a. m. Worship Service : her daughter Theresa, in cele-
.- bration of her, seventh birthday an-

l A weekend of fishing at J,'Fort niversary. Halloween favors were
Myers Beach was enjoyed by C,-' C. presented to the 20 guests. The FLOSs

l.:' Cruthird and sans, Roy Thompson hostess was assisted by her mother s J
r 1 and son, and Gordon Hand. Mrs. J. L. Humphrey. S i
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; Glades Livestock Market Ass'n I ,. TOM D., Doyle E'. \'.' !I

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| ).' Wanna Bottle Of 'I

rr ;? Atlantic Sea Water? would like to thank my many
,o, I friends and neighbors who were so _

t i. LAKELAND-Eugene Durrance thoughtful during my illness and ,
It ,4: is in the ideal business. He sells I recuperation period. I am deeply "FV1Y >

'."' Atlantic Ocean water, making'thf? grateful for the many words of Mr. and Mr s. Bobby Cockrell
I IDurrance's encouragement, the cards, letters
supply of his product inexhaustible. (Dorothy Pressnell) of Belle Glade
and flowers. I shall always remem-
finn Florida Sea
I the birth of
announce a son Doyle
tc tlicse seta of kindness.
Brine Laboratories, Inc.. sells eva- *
.-. Glenn, at the Everglades Memorial -
ANGUS'SIMSNation's .
porated sea water as a mineral diet Hospital, Oct. 26.
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supplement, and orders are flooding .

fe C in. Ag Agents FOUR CIRCLES. MEET r .
;:' Operating on the theory that nIl
t the earth'n: minerals eventually find Visit Clewiston The four circles of the Pahokee
t their 'way to the ocean, Darrance
BaptistVomants Missionary Society -
Sea Brine CLEWISTON The United
;; says regular doses of his
t provide a variety of health-giving State Sugar Corporation played will meet at homes of members -

elements that buJd up our bodies I host ta County Agricultural on Tuesday: The Betty' Mills
{ and furnish muca needed nourish, Circle meets at the home of Mrs. I
from all sections of the
Agents nation -
: ment. I j .- F. H. Poteete, Jr., at 9:30 a. m.,
;' "A University of Florida chemist this week. with Mrs. Guy Wood, co-hostess; 1
analyzed it for use and found traces I The 'group held its annual the.Lottie Moon Circle, at the.home
of 51 different elements in it,",Dur' convention in Miami Beach from of Mrs. F... G. Gillis, 3 p. m.; the
[ rance said.' "And every one -of Oct. 30 to Nov. 3 'and traveled to Grace Jernigan Circle at the homeof Ii
them's good for you." Clewlston by bus. Mrs. R. S. Douthit, 7 p. m.; and w M

.' Leased milk trucks 'haul sea On the tour they had an oppor- the Faye Taylor Circle, at the homeof >. iif
'water from the ocean Lakeland.. Mrs. Carroll Parker 7 m. ,
p. .
tom' tunity to see the rich vegetable ... '""' :
The water is an l.'if" *- j"\'
:I run through evaporator growing area around Lake Okee- <-i\s...%. ::.: .. ; J
which removes 90 per cent CLASSIFIED ADS {> '
chobee and on arrival at Clewistonwere
of the water by distillation. The resulting taken to one of the sugarcane PAY BIG DIVIDENDS RIVIERA BEACH (FNS) A prevue of Christmas will beheld
1. Sea Brine is then bottled plantations where harvestingis Dee. 10 in Riviera Beach when clowns Santa Claus and

for distribution to. -the public. in progress later they were beauty queens win join a parade of fun during the Christmas
given a personally conducted tour : in Dixie Festival Another feature of the festival will be the
r of the l Uon's largest Sugar House selection of Miss Riviera Beach. Judges will be' the directorsof
17- at the Community Building where they witnessed the process- 0 ( UR111 v the Florida Press Association which will be' staging its'81st
in Canal Point- great bazaar ing operations that convert the annual convention in the area.T&ffiRtfTStfflffi&FftUrfWiTSlKFtfBPSS .
under sponsorship of Canal Point freshly cut cane into raw sugar

I Garden Club. Starting at ,1 'p. m. molasses and bag 'sse.
Following the mill tour they
Gifts of ALL kinds, cakes and pies. were taken to Sugarland Ranch to

There will be hot sandwiches cake, see the prize winning cattle. .
pie and coffee..at supper time treasonable Harry T. Vaughn president and
prices. See the many general manager of the United I e
t wonderful things-many of them States Sugar Corporation discussed -
t created by members of the club. "Sugar Growing; in the
You'll want to buy some for Christ' glades" during the evening er-I Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

mas presents. I gram..

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and home needs .'for pennies a'day! These t

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saving"Put me on
water seed-when you need it..whe1eyou
Payroll Savings PlanT* What's don't '
more, you I.
have to go far to say them. Just gay them to your need it. Automatic, clean, quiet, and dependable ;
t employer. He'll do all the work: set aside'the :" 'as only flameless electricity can be. See
amount choose from check and deliver '
you your ,
t your Bonds when you've accumulated enough.for \ .>, your appliance plumber orelectrical J _

a purchase.: i ..:.. -..._ contractor. I' fl
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maturity-and keep earning for 10 years after '.'. IfWeI- _
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say now # 1 c met!pe.p.nonl
to.buy Bonds regularly where
you work through the Payroll t SAFER CLEANER COOLER Ij t
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. ,Page Eight The Everglades News Canal Point Florida I Friday, November 4, 1960 :

inland barge ports; more than 200 sal tours,of-the area and'the site of

I// Palm Beach Gains Wide Publicity public and private schools plus the proposed university, and a trip II

: : County Junior. _College. -facilities.- ,game.to the Florida-Miami football

Of Its Boca "U"Jnl964 Is- ditional Support sugar of plans growing to acreage develop and ad- I

I. : For The Efficient Manner Operation '
.; (continued from page 1) additional( mills was voted by RDB .

___ Other, officers for the year include directors, following a report from
: Robert C. Brown of Riviera
r" Palm Beach County this week leading recognition, the production Foster, West Palm Beach; Roy\ Beach, ,Robert Totterdale of Del- ber Luther of Bryant's Jones of new Belle Glade committee mem--

,- gained another chapter in its fast- of dairy/products. Michael, Jr., Lake Worth and Ben ray Beach, M. C. Dan Avery of Jones said machinery sugar for one

groWing recognition as a leading Since the,end of World War 2, industrial Sundy Delray Beach..Michael, whois Boynton Beach and Claude L. Shir-
r new mill at Belle Glade is expectednext
county in the state and for the development of Palm the junior member of the board ley of Pahoke Vice-President; week, and negotiations are

I' efforts being put forth by the Coun Beach County has gained tremen- has been a member for.eight years :John P. Stine of Lake Worth, treasurer I under for two additional mills k
ty Commission to promote agricul- dous importance. The move At first which points up the advantages of :| and W. Julian Field of Palm I way ,
I on 4.000-acre tracts near Twenty-
, ture, tourism,and'industry.In was In. the field of light industry stability and experience In govern- j Beach, secretary. Mile Bend. Appeals have been made

a lead story in the Florida such as furniture manufacture mental administration. The com- Several hundred state officials, to Congress and Washington officialdom '
fishing tackle mission has proven it can provide
building supplies
Municipal Record for October, the including Governor-elect Farris for additional sugar
; .'.1 and boat building. The end of they the type qf leadership and direction -
$:, convention issue for the Florida Bryant and his cabinet, membersof quotas in the Florida growing area. -
tremendous which Palm Beach County resIdents
also popu-
saw a
_{ Legaue of Municipalities 'which war the State Legislature and their Production Jones said might be
lations growth as millions ,of ex- desire. The' commiSsion's'leadership
,,: : met this week in West Palm Beach service and their families settled has brought new roads wives, and the Capitol press corps doubled, with Federal permission, :
for its annual meeting, the magazine I men will be entertained Thanksgiving leading to use of 60,000 to 75,000>>
k down to, take up their lives in find bridges to the county; expanded ;
;, noted that Palm Beach County weekend at the Boca Raton Hotel acres.
;: surroundings. This influx of recreational facilities and a ..
Growth and Prosperity Club, it, announced -'
:'r Reflects State pad was by
:' {
; people brought .a boom in housing growing system of county parks;
; 'f ? -.and went'on to say- President Fleming. The ,entertainment Mr. and Mrs. William S. Plumer
and new sub divis new industries a capital Improvement =
?! Palm Beach County has -gained ion. program which has brought will include visits to Palm had as a guest this week Chester
'. wide spread :fame throughout ,the Beach 'and West Palm Beach, 'aer- McGrew of Lucas, Ohio.
,In recent years the industrial de- added facilities such as the Glades
world in many fields.To review the f
velopment has taken pn a new lookas courthouse which serves residentsof '
history of this.section is much the
more and more big companiesare the Everglades communitieswho
a serial-each in i
;" same as opening plants in this area. To- lives miles away from the
U' stallment complete within itself; day the county is home'for Pratt & county seat at West Palm Beach, Palm Beach: County Needs
each an important part of
phase Whitney RQA, Minneapolis Hone- Health and welfare buildings ad-
; the events and developments
? ,t well, Air Products, Butler Aviation ditional hospital facilities new EDWARDBANDLOW.
made the a leader since
;,i ... has county and a host of others. county chlldr n's homes, mosquito
'-'::-' ,' the very' day back In the early How and why does. Palm Beach control,,garbage disposal and many
1900's when a of residents
group County continue to enjoy such other services. .
voted to slice the mighty :Dade
:" grand scale_benefits that are a partof What is considered to be one of ,
':. { County their in own.pieces and form a countyof I I industry, agriculture and tour- the commission's most progressivesteps x : COUNTY COMMISSIONER! "

ism. Much of the credit for these was adoption, of rigid stand- -
1 Their choice was Palm 'Beach ,
benefits is directed to the Palm ards for sub division developmentand r
County and down through the years whicn DISTRICT NO. S -:- REPUBLICAN
Beach County'Commission zoning and building, regulations -
" this has contributed greatly
has guided the growth,and'develop for the county.In .
? to the development of South Flor- Its time for a change, lets break the political machine that is
"i' ment of the area during a period a statistic nutshell the follow-I running Palm Beach County. ,.
I' ida.The when it was most difficult to keep ing are some of the basic facts,
: county, can look back to the Put an end to baloon budgets, high taxes and one party rule.
abreast of Florida's mushrooming about Palm Beach County-are.a
days when it became a leader in We need a progressive road, program of roads where people
expansion.The 2,684 square miles; 37 incorporated
t. the tourist industry; to days when liveWe
commission communities population 224,000 !
county's present ; ;
1 it became a leader in vegetable must realize the Importance of our great agricultural re-
is made of five men who have total assessed valuation $1,063-
production to later days when cattle sources and encourage their development.
;J' business been ,on the job for many years. 089,455; indebtedness $683,000;
raising and the dairy
brought added importance to the. Headed by Chairman Paul Rardin, natural gas, electrical utilities; two "THE PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATE"
Canal Point the commission in- railroads, major airlines, thIck
area and the present, with national (PoL Adv. Paid'for by campaign treasurer)
nod I cludes Lake Lytal and ,Kenneth lines, two bus lines deep-sea and, f
. industry giving approving ,
to the county as highly suitable I

locale for building'new plants. !

Today its bonded debt is well

controlled by adequate securities.Its .. : I
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r< tax system 11$ not .a gouging -,=- <"J .,,. -v' t \
U monster and its 'governmental ad- "

\\l ministration is a pattern of wise : "

,i judgment and considered decisions : Are you smoking more now

based on sound business practices

and sensible economy. '

Flagler County Years was picked ago in when this its Infancy Palm area ,as'Beach Henry his but enjoying it less ? : : .

winter home. He built railroads, GIANT AMONG GIANTS. That's Dick Nolan,

hotels, business districts and entertainment ... defensive backfield star of the N. Y. Giants.

facilities. He brought his \ ;r.. Nolan is a Camel smoker. He says he's bor-
>. friends and their friends here to :: rowed other brands. But Camel is the cigarette

enjoy winter:vacations ; he buys for complete smoking satisfaction.HAVE .
This was the start of this'coun.

'"," ty's fame as .a winter' resort area.
The type-of luxury living;introduced -

by Flagler created a need for
workers who could give the service A REAL CIGARETTE

which the visitors demanded. This I

meant the start of new ,communities I

an influx of builders, archi- '

tects,' businessmen and others.

This phase of Palm Beach Coun.

ty history has continued to exist iMWfe A5jP

throughout its history. The ,area

today is still recognized as one of
Florida's most famous resort areas. :W

Here as in other parts of Florida,

summer vacations are becoming an

economic mainstay.As ,
more people visited Palm r rte

Beach County, they saw even

greater potential than beaches and 5 : :

sunshine They were looking toward

the vast Everglades section-then

'swampy,and undeveloped-but fertile :
enough to grow fortunes. EI *

These :pioneers build roads, developed 4 S.s .-

drainage ,systems and {+;{rN) r \ 'fin' YA .:'' \ti ';
planted vegetables in'the rich Everglades : ti {'t' J

mucklands.Their return was

tremendous. Today, as for scores .
of years, Palm Beach County's : < S. J-: /7*

Glades section Is recognized as the / ;' ,

vegetable bowl of the nationanarea I

where thousands of truck .

loads of all types of vegetables are \

grown every year.These are crops '' C
harvested and marketed when V J :
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fields: further north are frostbitten ,
unproductive.With the development of agriculture : ENJOYS A CAMEL AFTER A GAMEYou'll :''.Ax: >.': .; j I..
Camel and, '
enjoy a anytime
in the Glades and later along .. '.. '
every time. So. if you re smoking y !'-
the sandy coastal amen turned ',Y4S more these days, but enjoying it less d .r
to other phases of this .industry. -: fs
change: to Camels.
\ This foresight brought the -
start of a great cattle raising development

which has grown into i : 1
world leading proportions today. > F
Blooded herds of several rarities I ;

are now counted in- the county'sgnimal "

population., Also countedare B.3
dairy hundreds'.cattle which of head. in of late first years rate The best tobacco makes the best smoke! ;

.. have' given Pallid' Beach Couaty, c;;:

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