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: April 27, 1962
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: UF00079910:00122
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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6 Is Date Set i I Honor Certificate Presented To Pahokee Police Department I Prison Farm Holds

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For Fine Arts Show Up Glades Road RW !

The Omicron Chapter of Sigma Palm Beach County Commissioners -
Eta Fine Arts Sorority and the on,, Monday authorized a ;

t Fine Arts department of the Paho- delegation to try changing the I

kee Woman's Club will minds of State Cabinet members,
I sponsor an: ,
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I art show on May 6 from 3 to 5:00p. 1 it1 -: : who turned down the county's request -

m. at the Canal Point Community for state land in the Gladesfor I

Hall. a road and additional parking
I The Sigma Eta Sorority was or- at the Glades Office Building.The .

ganized in 1928 at Fort Wayne, county had asked for right-
i Ind. with 28 music majors in musical of-way for a "Sugar House Road"
< I art. Later it branched into dif- which would.provide access from a I

. ferent fields of fine arts. 13 million dollar cooperative sugar I

The Florida Federation of Wom mill near Belle Glade westward to

. 4 an's Clubs was organized February State Road 15, a main highway in t'

21, 1895 at Green Cove Springsand the Glades.
The county had also requested t
admitted jto the general Federation 7 'akd
''j Women's Clubs on January I wT. b tee F Y some additional state-owned land I

j 25, 1898.Anyone ,. .:. f l I surroupding the Glades Office

, : doing work in any of the Police Chief Leon Guthrie (extreme and cities in Florida were eligible tends for a continuous stretch of!i Building along State Road 15, but;

following fine arts ceramics,I right) receives for the. Cityof for this Certificate of Honor dur-I six miles.In I I the Cabinet' sitting as the Internal'

I"- music, water: colors'pastels, oils or I Pahokee from Cpl. Glenn L. ing the past year, Lake Park being accepting the Certificate of' Improvement Fund board, turned

handicraft, please call one of the Blocker, head of the Florida High- the only other town in Palm Beach Honor, Chief Guthrie used the oc I' down both requests.Commissioner .
following committee members, way Patrol station at< Pahokee, 3 casion to express his thanks and I I P a ul Rardin
County to receive it. Pahokee received -
,,1 Mrs. Frank Friend, :Mrs., R. F. Certificate of Honor issued by H. that of his police force for the fine County Engineer Steve Middletonand
'' '' N. Kirkman, FHP chief and director the same award in 1957. County Attorney Harry A.

'i'i' Hurt or'lrs.. Paul Rardin and they spirit of cooperation on the partof II I
will exhibit. of the Florida Department of Located for a considerable dist- Johnston were authorized to go to
1\ pick up your the public in the observance of
Mrs Robert Hatton and Mrs. C Public Safety, "for meritorious ance along the eastern shore of traffic regulations, which made the Tallahassee and press for reconsideration -
service to its and the Stateof I of the land requests.Bot .
ri M. Todd will be at the Community people Lake Okeechobee, Pahokee has an award possible. I
Florida virtue of proposals were opposed by
tl by having a
Hall in Canal Point on Saturday, unusually large mileage of streetsto City patrolmen attending the of'the
record, of no traffic fatalities with- Garrie Curlee, manager
:, It' May 5 from .ito 3:30 m. to receive presentation ceremony were
p. ,
i patrol for a to\yri of its size. Its Glades Prison, Farm at Belle Glade.
in>the-'city limits during the year,
and arrange the ,art work' (1 to r) Tommy Perry, Grady Chancellor -
Jan. 1 through Dec. 31, 1961.u main traffic artery, East :Main i The Glades prison farm near Belle
There will be some pieces of Guy Wood and Lester Gor-
the land and said the
art and music that Very few incorporated townsINDUSTRY Street and 'Bacom Point Road, ex- don. I uses
on display may _V road and building expansion would
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be purchased. "' interfere with the operation of

t, the The refreshments Sorority will be and in charge program of, WEEKA -', 1 Mike Justice Is I Primary Election the farm.

t Mrs. Pearl Santee will preside at proclamation setting the weekof Bring Filing FeesThe -

t. the guest book. The public is cordially April 29 to May 5th as Industry Awarded Plaque Lee Wroten Seeks-
invited to visit the art show. Appreciatjon Week, was adopted May primary election is rea-
Monday by the 'County Commis-
son that Palm Beach County had
i Mrs. Dorothy Stanley visited her sion. I, Mike Justice as Pinewood Derby I an added $3,500 in its till this week. Police Chief Job

\ mother, :Mrs. Ella A. Crippen, In Introduced by Commissioner E.i j Champion of Cub Scout Pack 623 The money-$2,475 in filing fees
Dania last Sunday. She was joined F. Van Kessel, the resolution call-!!}was awarded a plaque from Democratic candidates and ,
If there by her son and daughter I ed attention to the contributions!i I I er W. 6. Moss at the bYCubmast-1 $1,156 from the Republican office Lee A. Wroten of Pahokee is a

law, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Stanleyof '. which industry and its employes held Tuesday night in the recreation seekers-goes into the county's candidate for Chief of Police in the

West Palm Beach. I have made to this area. II III hall of the Pahokee Metho- general-fund. upcoming election scheduled for

dist Church. Mike when he In another election item, the
------ won I Tuesday, May 8. Lee is a native of
raced his against the champ- commission list of elec-
car approved a
Pahokee and is the son of the late
'ions of the other dens on a track tion officials for the May 8th election 'I
"Bud" Wroten "and Mrs. Wroten.
set up on the stage before an en-II and a run-off balloting laterin I
Pahokee Public Thoroughfares thusiatic audience of Cubs, parentsand the month. ]r He is married to theformer' Miss

leaders. Mike represented Den I II AI .- Patsy. Elliott.. ,
t' and he competed against den i I The. candidate presents his qualifications -
Committee Will Meet With ,'
champions, Mike Dobrow of Den Mrs. Todd NamedWoman's on his campaign literatureas
n, Jimmy Stewart of Den III and I follows: '"Honest, Fair, Impartial -

Woody Salvatore of Den IV. Den t ,Capable. Resident Palm Beach,
SRD Division
Engineer Club Pres. '
; I "champs" were presented with cotinty and Pahokee for 31 years

miniature derby cars. 'Four years military police service.
it The construction and racing of I ,Oyer' two..' ear's with the Palm
:.Thd Pahokee City Council has appointed a Public' rocket ships was the monthly pro- ; Mrs. C. M. Todd was elected. Beachfpounty sheriff's departmentas

Thoroughfares Committee of Nine prominent citizens to study ject of the Webelos Den which is president of the PahokeeVoman's. a deputy,'*: ,
the the City of Club at the luncheon meeting held I ',;,
of through Cubs
proposal four-laning a highway made up of the most advanced -
Wednesday.. Other officers elected
Pahokee. A recent tentative survey was made by the State in the Pack. Chuck Bradley was -?
Road Department at the request of the City Council and maps I the winner in this group and received were Mrs. Glenn Powell;first vice- "Liberties" TopicForPahokeeLions-
C. B. Stringari,
of the survey have been made available to the Council and a blue and gold badge. He '
second Mrs. E. B.
citizens of Pahokee. It is this survey ,and other proposed demonstrated the construction and 'Mrs.
of his rocket ship. Gamble, recording secretary;
routes for the four-laning that this Committee has studied performance Cubmaster Moss presided and Robert Fisher, corresponding secretary -
,and they will meet Monday night at City Hall in Pahokee I ; Mrs. Frank Rozelle, treasurer -
opened the meeting with a prayer. A Worley Brown of the Florida
with Clarence Davidson, State Road Dept., Division Engineer, I ; Mrs. R. F. Hurt, parliamen-
III the
The Cubs of Den conducted Industrial Commission was intro-
to discuss routes Pahokee. Mrs. Frank Friend,
proposed through tarian and
Den I at-
ceremony. the
flag won
I duced as guest speaker by president -
tendance flag and Den IV won. the auditor. Brooks Henderson,
whp -
Inman W. Weeks, Chairman good conduct banner. Mrs. B. R. Mosley, president, at the luncheon -meeting presided of
(South Growers) presided. She announced that reservations -
Bay The next den mother's meetingwill .
be 5, the Pahokee Lion's Club, Tuesday.Mr.
"- should by May
15 and the
be on May pack .
Moore William Plumer be for the district meeting of the Fed- Brown's topic was "Liberties
Jimmy meeting will on Monday May
eration of Woman's Clubs to be Once Won ,Must be Continually
(Western Auto) (Glades .Chemical Co.) 21, at 6:00 p., m. in the City Park Defended.':'
will include held at Ft. Pierce on May 9. The
which a hot-dog sup-
I county meeting will be held May J. D. 'Douglas was. received AS
R. B. Simonson Manning I. Keen per. TM 3, at Delray Beach. a new member and inducted by J.W. .

(Farmer) (Standard Oil Agent) Mrs. Pope Sears and Mrs. Leon- ..--- Vann.

ard Maxson of Canal Point also I BACK HOME ON MAY 10 -Miss Heather Reed was the'guest
A. J. Gamot, C. E. Williams
Mrs. R. F. Hurt and Mrs. T. C. Friends haves received word from of student member Robert Boe.

(Merchant) (Everglades Ins. Co.), O'Steen of Pahokee will return. Mrs. J. R. York who is the house Other visitors were Bob Cody, C.

Friday (today) from the three-day guest of her son-in-law and,daughter }{. Marks and Mose Mosley of Belle

OlafBoe ; "Dr. & Johnson- Florida Conference of the Woman's I Mr. and :Mrs. Browning: Roach Glade. -

(Boe's Appliances) (Physician) Society of Christian Service of the at Maryville, Tenn. that she expects The speaker next week, will be
:, .. Methodist Church at St. Peters-I to return to Pahokee aboutthe David CL.>Atkins of the Children's
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"' ULflJU burg.. '.' 10th.of.Kay.+. .,... Home, Society -of' .Florida. f f

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-Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Friday. April 27. 1962 I

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tory. This plot reveals some of the'I nematodes and weeds. This will grams, growers wishing to partici-
problems of growing turfgrass under provide protection for the consumer pate in the plan have only to meet
r.r sub-tropical conditions. It I and for the grower, too, with all requirements for growing sites
should be of particular interest to prospects of a better market for and maintenance of growing areas "
those growers who might attend better grasses. in order to obtain the certified
- "-.of':' ; U from south Florida as well as from Thus far, the program includes grass varieties for foundation !
_"1:,- South and Central America and the nine grasses which have been planting. J I

f. ',: Caribbean area. The show will be thoroughly tested and released by s s s v {!

". .... of special interest to personnel Florida and Georgia experiment The desired grass, when avail- '
- .- concerned with institutional stations. From Georgia have come able, is released in small quantitiesand :

grounds, parks, golf courses, and improved bermudes-Tifgreen, Tif-I grown in the foundation plot
lawn service and maintenance lawn, Tifway and Tiffine-and for further expansion. Division inspectors ,

I, .. agencies. Emerald and Meyer zoysias.. The keep close watch on these
s Florida staiton at Gainesville came plantings and will write certifi-

The Florida Department of Ag up with an improved St. Augustine cates only for that turf which
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The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida riculture's Division of Plant In- -Floratine-and also tested two passes all requirements set up by r

I dustry administers a Turfgrass bermudas, Ormond and EvergladesNo. the program. \j
I' THE LAKE OKEEOHOBEE REGION HOME OF Certification Program which is 1, for release. -

closely allied with the work and accomplishments Under provisions of the pro-I I CLASSIFIED ADS PAY

\1 > 'THE EVERGLADES NEWS ? of our turf growers.II''I 1 1I ;
Representing the Department I
,> Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without the Miami Beach meeting will be 'Id

; Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years Jesse K. Condo, supervising inspector ONE 3-BEDROOM CBS HOUSE 1//

Established March 11, 924 Published Every Friday who heads the Division's
certification program. Jesse will be
; _. Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance
,; in charge of an exhibit which presents COMPLETELY FINISHED. YARD FILLED ;
\. The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn the certification ,story in AND SODDED }
Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter color pictures, and also offers '
viewers good close-up look at the tot; 65 .x 135 On Cypress Ave. Pahokee :
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher nine grasses presently included in '
, the program.The WILEY TILLIS
-a n.- ida agriculture is making to beau- purpose of the certification II I I

I The farm front tification of our state and th( en- program is to provide sources of General Building Contractor
hancement of its charms in the superior turf-grasses that are true I I _
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\ i, .",,:: ;:!:;:;":Ii eyes of millions of our tourist vis to varietal type and reasonablyfree Box 54 PAHOKEE Ph.7127.
byI itors. of injurious .insects, diseases,1 I :

I 1 kyle Current estimates place the num- I
Q.mmb ,ber of Florida's commercial turf -- ,I
florldoOrporll farms at about 125, with total acre- toYftiy Maifoffiw\t i"i"j! : 'l\j'l\Tn'! .r 1f' jrf\'nf\mn'f! 1i'W 1'l\1'W'JWI! ":mw
age ranging from 25,000.to 50,000.:
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Bulk of this production is in the
area south of Lake Okeechobee to
you drive around very much in Ft. Lauderdale on the east coast. i
central and south Florida you've I. *

probably encountered more than enterprising turfgras3 \

once one of the big long flatbed growers now are checking out var-I Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade I t
trucks that transport huge loadsof ious tropical grasses in
sod. Did you ever wonder how developing more and better lawn
much of a business turf grass has coverings for use in our state.
developed in this state? What they have learned is expected -
It wasn't until after World War to be presented during the first I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances I 3

2 that our commercial sod farming annual Florida Turfgrass Trade
got underway on an importantscale. School scheduled for May 28-30 at \
Now turf grass and the Miami.Beach. And to make certain
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maintenance and development of they learn a bit more, our Florida
lawns-private, institutional and (growers have invited growers from
public-has become big,business In. South America to attend the show.
Floridt., The latest estimates I've The'plan is to exchange ideas and

seen, by the Florida Turfgrass,As- knowledge on the grasses grownin
sociation for the year 1959. puts the two Americas. io
the grand total at 123 million dol- The trade show is to be stagedat
lars. Undoubtedly it has been: increasing the Deauville Hotel at Miami
r in the past two years. Beach and at the Plantation Field
I Of the total, 20 million dollars is Laboratory of the Florida Experi-
the retail value of commercial,sod ment Station at Fort Lauderdale .
produced in 1959. The balance is It will include exhibits of equip- 1I
the estimated cost of maintenanceof ment, chemicals, insecticides, ne- I -' '
lawns and grounds for homes matocides and fertilizers needed

and apartments (labor not included for a successful turfgrass opera- : ;
), churches and cemeteries,'tour \ r;
tion.On p
ist courts and hotels, golf courses the agenda will be a visit to [ .
highway rights of way, schools and the work plot bf the newly form- ''
.. city and state parks. ed turfgrass division located at the I J,11fl1tIt[ ] [ I 4' .
This is another contribution Flor Experiment Station's field labora- S, ,

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It happened 100. YEARS agoThe 1

oldest Incorporated trade association In the country the
United States Brewers Association., was organized in 1862. '
the same year that.INFLORIDA .

i1ttj .f?};;;'; {''Wf''' '''' -'n-9 a S: : jo to better farming

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Let Reddy be your night watchman with modern

automatic farm lighting. Instant dusk-to-dawn yard

I lights guard against prowlers, prevent accidents, -

provide better working conditions and additional
", the State .Legislature"proclaimed that'all the s"daylight"
public lands to which the state claimed title through secession hours.
should be restored to market$1'and k
$2 an acre, soldiers to
have the right to buy at 1/4 these prices. Throughout the state ;' / Moreover, Reddy can do some 300 jobs on the

the event was celebrated with foaming steins of beer. : farm-heats water, grinds feed, sharpens tools, in-
k c cubates the chicks, dries the hay, cleans the barn
For then, as now, beer was the traditional l beverage > -and works full time for part-time wages. ,t
of moderation-light, sparkling refresh-
ment that adds a touch'of Southern hospitality I'
to any occasion. Florjdians have always enjoyed ... And in your home, -Reddy provides the comforts ,

the good fellowship that'goes,with:every glass: ,' ===-' and conveniences of modern electric living in !

:' kitchen, laundry, all through the house.

TODAY,in its centennial year the United States k,
Brewers Association still works constantly to assure v '
maintenance of high. standards of ,
and propriety wherever beer and ale are served,quality t.: ( \"; -tiu; a t1 f lame less : v
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,Friday,April 27,1962 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Three
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f{ r"'''''',;''am''lY''TItirW''i1'IT' : ''''''O ''' i: !l'1''IT..11 f\1t1).7'i"f\' --Bill Copland Asks Several Republicans I

Ask Names StrickenA kiflhiiii

;I ELECT County Board Job number of Republican candi-

';i Bill Copland of West Palm Beachis dates asked for the precinct county committee commission posts to
LEONARDBROWN C.I running for the seat now occu- withdraw their names from the IJa
pied by Lake Lytal on the County ballot. -
Commission in the Democratic The commission approved a per-
Primary.For sonal request from Emeile Johnson,
thirteen years he has been Palm Beach. A letter from a party' HAS THESE

/ associated: with Lykes Bros., as a officer listing four other names to
; salesman covering the southern be withdrawn, was tabled by the
section of Palm Beach County. He commission since the law requires QualitiesHONESTY
TO is a member of Harmonia LodgeNo. names can only be withdrawn on
138, F & M of Scottish Rite in request in writing from the individual -
Lake Worth and is a member of candidate. The board decidedto S
i Wagg Memorial Methodist Church.As notify the four and ask that
f : SCHOOLBOARD : your new,commissioner I will: letters be submitted.In INTEGRITY
: 1. Listen to your problems and most instances, reason for the
see that their requests are given requested withdrawal was the fact I EXPERIENCE
I careful consideration rather than. that candidates had not been reg-
: 1SW a casual brush-off. istered with the party for the required PROGRESSIVENESS

: j I 2. Zoning laws are necessary for I I amount of time.
orderly development. However.. I '
strongly feel that zoning excep-

\,, MAY 8th tions of violations should be givena Harold Turner In I LEADERSHIP
sympathetic hearing so that fairness I 11
may prevail. Also a sensible
: ... approach to problems in the rural School Board Race I O LOYALTY '

\ THE QUALIFIED CANDIDATE and 3. farming Money for areas.road and bridge

building should be fairly divided Visiting the Canal Point area LAKE LYTAL I
among all growing sections- this this week the vice chairman of the i
B county. Palm Beach County School Board,
(Paid Political Advertisement)
4. Desirable industry can be Harold A. Turner, expressed great
4V&j iii _[) ,. tracted to this county if we at-I interest in the schools of this sec- QualifiesAS i

our tax.burden fair, provide a tion and found many friends here
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: : : : : : : : : 1 : : : : : :4 .+4+H--+-K- -: : +: x-'...:-: w-: :-w-: : :- petent labor supply, and cooperate I who expressed high regard for his THE BEST I
v, AA. ,x-K.Vrfp,4 to the fullest in locating new ven- record.
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ELECT a < tures. I Turner is a member of the boardof CANDIDATETA !

'J 5. Consultation on public mat- directors of the Florida School !

I Louis Moody ters with competent and public- :Board Association, reflecting crediton 1
spirited citizens in the county him personally and the qualityof
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TOSCHOOL tlli should be .a continuing policy of Palm Beach County schools.

:t 1 } 1 county commissioners. His experience is pointed to by
BOARD : 6. Full cooperation with juvenile friends as very vital at this time. f

DISTRICT 5 ':&: t authorities, who should'be encouraged Two vetern members of the School
:!: in their efforts to combat.juvenile Board are not seeking re-election.
West Palm Beach Realtor -
r;% f delinquency. Two hold-over members were only
Mortgage Banker Appraiser > :
? recently elected, so Turner, with
And Chic Leader --
I I the larger tenure in office is a man
PULL LEVER 23-A ON MAY 8th .t whose and business-like
Louis Moody Asks ; experience
i approach to,school affairs is greatly -
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School Board JobLouis Turner has lived for 26 years in
-- Palm Beach County, and two sons t
>: IKHH K-J are graduates of county high ,
.. G. Moody announces his schools and of Palm Beach Junior I Lake Lytal Cooperates !
5 k.! VOTE FOR r:'>; .r candidacy for. Board Member College. Of his three grandchildren I With All Board MemI .

:I Board of Public\ Instruction, Palm I two are already in the public II I bers in Resolving Their
District Problems. i
Beach County District No. 5. I I school system. Turner, &,,successful
Lake Lytal's Interest
f Bill Copland He has been a resident of Palm business man believes Palm Beach Working for All the r
i Beach County in West Palm Beach County schools can be improvedand People of Palm Beach i

L Y' and in Haverhill for the past 16 declares, "In line with our financial County.ON (

County Commissioner years. Prior to establishing resi- capabilities we must spareno
.. dence there, he served 4 years in effort to see that the educationof MAY 8th BE SURE I
District 2 : the Air Force during-World War II, our children equips and prepares:
1 Palm Beach County ) .. 20 months of which_ were spent in them for the complex world of I j
the South Pacific War Theatre. tomorrow."

For Courteous Attention Prior to the war he lived in At-
p lanta where he was connected with
For-Fair Zoning Law Decisions the Fulton National ;Bank. RETURNS TO SANFORDMiss
J Mr. Moody is a Mason, Rotarianand Susan Johnson who is do- ,
For Fair Distribution of Road her
Vice-Chairman of the Official ing practice teaching in the _
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1. Building Funds Board of the First Methodist Church -first grade at Sanford spent the

For A Change. .'. I and lives at 5309 Toronto Road,JI Easter holiday here with her mother Miss Jeanme Mock of Gainesville
is spending this week with her
Mrs. Griscom Johnson. Mrs.
Towner Park, Haverhill, with his
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert
father and two daughters, Jan. 13 Johnson took her daughter back to
years of age and Sylvia, 19 years of Sanford on Sunday afternoon. Mock. .
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age who is completing her fresh- I
K H men year at Wesleyan College in Mrs. H. E. Unwin and daughter Miss Linda Sellers who is 3-

J-, '-- -- .- ,-.----- -.--_- Macon, Georgia. Julia, will spend this weekend fc| Junior and Miss :Martha Sellers, 3-
-- Orlando with her other daughter Freshman, both of the Universityof
Brenda, who is attending Jones Florida at Gainesville, arof
Phone Change Over I Business School there. Mrs. Unwin .spending the Easter vacation with

Nearing CompletionThe and both daughters will also visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
friends in Lakeland. 'J :Sellers. :
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7 r the recent number change over in I ,:oj; ,'i 8 Pahokee has been completed with

the exception ot a few- minor ::1 I '
changes yet to be;completed in the ELECT !
Pahokee office.

Bob. Lee-manager for the com- Lee A W I.ten !

pany said: "We always anticipatea ..
certain number, of difficulties in ;;
a change over such as this. Our FOR
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biggest problem now is that our
customers are not dialing all of the I
seven digits when placing calls. Chief of Police !

EXPERIENCED in GOVERNMENTI Many are getting wrong numbers 1I I .
because they are still dialing the 8
and the 4 when dialing from Paho I City Of Pahokee- May 8 PrimaryHonestFairImpartialCapable
kee to Belle Glade and vice-versa. I
This is no longer necessary with II I i
the installation of the seven digit
number plan." -Resident Palm Beach County and

EXPERIENCED in CIVIC AFFAIRS Mr. Lee requests that you use Pahokee for 31 years .
your new directory when placing
calls.If still unable to reach
4 Years Police Service Over
the number operators will be gladto Military !

assist you.Airman I 2 years P. B. C. Sheriff's Dept. :-,

I I' I 1 I Ii Miami Tuesday 3-c Jimmy by plane Maxewll for Lin-left YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL

coln. Nebraska where he reportedfor
duty, after spending his 14-day BE GREATLY APPRECIATED

leave here with his parents, Mr: : I
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Easter Egg Hunt For I

,: < PERSONAL NEWS NOTES J Hatton GrandchildrenAn I County School 'Board Member Sunday Miss to Kathy Orlando Wilson to resume returned her

Milton Carpenter of Belle Glade is _studies at Jones Business School

Easter egg hunt and party spending several days in Miami after spending the Easter holiday
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\ was held Sunday afternoon' at 2256 parents
Willard (Skipper) McCurdy and| Howey-in-the-Hills on Monday, Bacom Point Road honoring four Beach where he is attending the H. Wilson. She was accompanied to

; Miss, Pamela Dawson of Miami where she will continue her studies little granddaughters of Mr. and Florida State School Board Assoj Orlando by the Misses Joyce and

'! were guests last weekend of his!I at Howey Academy.Mr. Mrs. Joe Hatton; Sr.. who were j ciation meetings. Kathleen Spencer..tlf'f'WfITm'lw"7'fJy7'n7 .
mother Mrs. Annette McCurdy and and Mrs. Loyd Brackin and I
celebrating their birthday anniver-
his sister, Mrs. W. K. Aldridge. !I Steve spent the Easter weekend
I saries within the week. The twin' \ TItit7\ ''m,7trTItt7tf'MTIftITf.t! ftl'\'TIt'il'\nTIfImt'! >,IiITy'I
. Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Batchelor with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harris and I
I daughters of Dr. and Mrs. Lester
and children of West Palm Beach I and Elinor Brackin of Pahokee.Mr. -
Il. were guests, last Sunday of his I and Mrs. Charles Lairseyand Hatton were one year old; Shelley,i
| daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hat-
parents Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Batch- daughter of Sebring"spent the I Cattle Sales<
and Monday
ton, was two years old Lois '
elor. Easter weekend with his parents, .
Marie of Mr. and Mrs.D.
, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Guerry and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Lairsey of daughter
.. L. Zaccagnino, was, three.
! family of Okeechobee visited his Canal Point. The co-hostesses, Mrs. R. L.. Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Guerry ..
i the weekend. -- Hatton, Mrs. Ray Hatton and Mrs. which is owned and operated by more than 120
I over
! Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Herring were Bird Sanctuary In Zaccagnino served refreshments to Florida Cattlemen. '
dinner guests on Easter Sunday in 40 guests. Those attending besides
the home of their grandson JamesM. the immediate family were Dr. and I You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive hereat

Herring at Belle Glade. They John Prince ParkThe Mrs. Rex Ramsay and children this Market. We make an effort at all times to givean

also visited their son D. G. Her- Peggy McElhenny, Thor Hatton, outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us
ring and her brother George Hud- Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cummins and
r speth in Belle Glade. Palm Beach County Com- Mrs. Ruth Yarborough of Umatilla. a trial.

Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gamble spent mission this week set aside John ..H-H-M-H--H.: I : I -*: :
Memorial Park which includes -
the weekend in Cocoa with their Mr. and Mrs. Billy Thigpen spent

son-in-law. and daughter Mr. and Lake Osborn as a,wildlife the Easter weekend in Jackson- SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.Glades .
Mrs. J. D. Latham, Jr. and family. ville as the guests of his sister and
It also agreed to maintain a section -
Mrs. M. M. Stowers of West brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. I
Palm Beach assisted her sister of the area in its natural Lentile, Gloria and Ann. .
Mrs. Annie Merle Carter at the I state as a haven for birds and Livestock Market
water fowl.Request ... -
Pahokee Flower Shop, last
end. Mrs. Stowers was week-'I that the park be madea Mrs. Paul Rardin will return to ASSOCIATION

her husband and children 'on Sun-| sanctuary was made by the Au- her home in Canal Point this week m
day and accompanied them home. dobon Society and H. P. Langridge end after, spending several days ,On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

Wayne Ludlam has returned to spokesman for the group told the I with relatives in Atlanta and Phone WY' 6-3028 George Young, Managers
Florida Military School at DeLand I commission that during the current -Glennville, Ga., and Orangeburg,
after spending spring vacation dry spell Lake Osborne has become IS. C. ,(I ;'.M.'WW; ,(JHyn!IMli ,l.M.iiAWi iiW.J; IIAWilMjAWi V.Ji Mi4'.v.iL V 4:'
most to birdlife. .
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. important I 1- '
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and Mrs. C. M. Todd visited many other types of birds have
Mr. been roosting in the area. Lang-
their son and daughter-in-law,
i noted that section of the
and Mrs. Basil Todd and family in ridge one
Plant City on Friday and Satur Lake lowlands is a cat tail marsh. s
On ,one of the few such type to be
day. Saturday night they accompanied -
their son and family to found in all of South Florida.' The
marsh he said, attracts a great I
Lake Wales to see the Passion ? 4"

Play. variety The commission of birds. was unanimous I :
David Ramey of Rockledge was 1 n
the overnight guest of his father, in establishing the sanctuary and I

George B. Ramey, last Saturday, Commissioner Edward Bandlow,
before for Grand Bahama Lake Worth noted that the board I '
leaving I II r >
where he is stationed with Pan is trying to make John Prince Park I II ,

American World Airways in the one of the most beautiful areas in I 1 I I II' ..
\ guided missile range division. South Florida. "Birds", he said "area i
Miss Elizabeth Humphries and most 'important part of this nat- I'

Miss Elizabeth Worley of Miami, ural beauty." I'i.::1 ;
returned to their classes at the Uni- The commission's action won approval -
of of the Lake Osborne Civic ,
versity Florida Gainesville on i.
Sunday, after visiting Miss Hum Association. The association pres- r.I r.
phries parents, Mr. and :Mrs. La- ident, J. D._ .fcMillan, complimented -
the commission and its parka
verne Humphries during spring va-
cation. department for the work being
done in the park.Rotarians I I
Pat Maxwell left Monday to return t
to Florida Military School at' I

DeLand after spending the Easter Hear : :.
holidays with his parents Mr. and .
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Mrs. Ernest Maxwell. '. I Young Cuban Talk 1 dF .fFE : tfi'?. d awviavx i a. Y. w +Mw.gexa..M.

Ronald and Donald Davis students E1 Iw ,

at Florida Air Academy in Miguel Batista was speaker at

}Melbourne spent,the weekend with the luncheon meeting of the Paho

their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. I. kee Rotary Club, Thursday, with
Davis 155 SE Third Street." president R. O. Lampi presiding. N

Miss Sandra Lampi returned to "Mike", who was introduced by
her studies at the University of Joe Alderman, is a student at Pa-

Miami, Monday, after visiting her hokee High School and spoke on

parents.Mr. and- Mrs. R. 0. Lampi, the differences between Cuban and
for a week. American schools. He brought out I

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Clark of Pel- some of the difficulties encount-
ican Lake, their son, Herman and ered by Cuban students entering The Fabulous New

daughter, Miss Betty Jean, spent classes in the United States. I -
the weekend in Lake Wales and Guests were A. E. ,Kirchman, I I
Winter Haven and attended a performance Walter Hooker, C. A. Bailey N. T. Atlanta AMERICANA Motor Hotel

of the Passion Play. Taylor Ralph Kidder and John Du-
Mr. and Mrs. lany all of Belle Glade; County '
J. W. Vann took '

their ..niece...' Carolyn back- to Commisioner Ben F. Sundy and in the center of wntownAtl.'ta. : ,,,,-". .. :;-
Kermit Dell of Delray Beach, W. rnr '1, .
E. (Bill) Bolton of Clewiston and "
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Classified Ads ''I Rpber Boe. and Ronnie Kautz 350 Air-Conditioned RoomsComplete- Audioacnities .
were guests oftudent member. ; ; "' r' ,. .'
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John Hundley.Tang < ,-.;. '" '

YOUNG MAN WANTED with initiative _'1200 Dining Facilities Free In-Hotel Parking.* ',
to learn retail building Citr .
material business. Must have some J Drink I .- '800.. Seat Convention. Hall 2 Restaurants 2 Lounges- '-

knowledge of bookkeeping also Sued By Fla. Group

chauffeurs drivers license. Pioneer I II 14 Separate Meeting Rooms Swimming Pool & Sundeck _
Lumber Company, Pahokee. Con- LAKELAND-The Florida Cit IAtlanta's

tact Vic Geiger. Apr. 6ctf rub Commission has filed another .
complaint against Tang citrus downtown hotel facility'in :
SUGAR BOOM is surs to hit. If drinks with the Federal Trade first iI

you have a spare room or two for Commission. They submitted 24 ad- :. ;
sent, why not place an ad in this vertisements being used to sell the ; 30 years
column and watch results. A phone product. I
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call and $1.00 will get the job done. The advertisements feature a LV* r----------- -, .

noo.\JSARE glass of Tang among fresh orange b *, : For a Free Color Folder send your name and I : ':
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sections. Commission General Man-
I address to:John W.Astarita, Manager,Atlanta 1-: -
daily. If you advertise in this Homer E. Hooks
ager complainedthe Americana Motor Hotel, Spring Street at Car I
.c1assifi .(Column, folks will know ads "imply that the product is | ; I .
negie Way,Atlanta, Georgia. .
-where to find that spare room. derived from the whole orange." 1 'I...
:Send $1.00 and copy for your ad to The citrus commission and Sun- I 'I-

'The Everglades News, Canal Point kist Growers, Inc. of California ATLANTA I NAM ;,1.1 :., .
Fla. have been battling Tang's advertISing I )' "
for about two years. 1 ADDRESS.l '., -:, /' t
FOR : New and, used Willys .
: Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage -. "I t. ;

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Christian Science "j-Canal Point First

Group Of Canal PointHow Baptist ChurchElder

t,4 < divine guidance aids man in I R.E.Barfleld
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his efforts to make spiritual pro- SUNDAY:
gress will be brought out Sundayat 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School
,Christian Science church ser- 11:00 a. m.-:Morning Worship
u vices. 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C.
The Lesson-Sermon entitled 8:00 p. m.EvenlngVorshlp

j ____ "Probation After Death" will include WEDNDESDAY:
these words of the Psalmist: 7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer
i!i as for God, his way is perfect: Service
I First Methodist I Canal Point The Methodist Church the word of the Lord is tried: he is 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS:
a buckler to all those that trust in 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary
Church Pahokee ChurchRev. Canal Point Florida
,. him. It is God that girdeth me Meeting.
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Robert A. Shelley, Pastor with strength, and maketh my way -- -
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: perfect" (Psalm 18). Order Of Rainbow
>9:45 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00: a. m.-Church School I I This citation from "Science and
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Health with Key to the Scriptures"by Receives MembersMiss
6:45 p. m.-MYF 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship Mary Baker Eddy will also be

7:45 p. m<-Evening Worship.- 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship read (p. 324): Priscilla King, Patsy er s-
TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: "The way is straight and nar- by, Gloria Jean Hall and Gayle
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac-' 7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting. 3:15 p. Youth Choir practice row, which leads to the understanding Reeves were received as new mem-
ticeWEDNESDAY TUESDAY: j ing God is the only Life. It is bers of the Pahokee Assembly, Or-
: I Church Of God 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st a warfare with the flesh, in whichwe dr of Rainbow for Girls, at the
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotion Tuesday2nd must conquer sin, sickness, and held
II meeting Monday night at the
8:30 p.. m.-Senior Choir prac- Barfield HighwayPahokee MONDAY: J death, either here or hereafter- :Masonic Hall. Miss Amy Young,
tice. 7:30 p. .-Esther Class meeting certainly before we can reach the
I I worthy advisor, was in charge of
WEDNESDAY of life in God."
-- Fla.J. : goal Spirit or the initiation ceremony. -
I W. Minister 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting -
Hughes Mrs. Mary DeGraw of Belle
Phone 3736 I I Glade, Grand Deputy of the dis
Of PahokeeCanal SUNDAY: HOME FROM ALABAMA I wish to thank my many friends
Prophecy, trict, was honored guest. She
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Mrs. Seth Roberts of Pahokee I I the hospital staff, and the doctors'f was accompanied by some of the

Point Road 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship and Mrs. C. L. Stuart of Canal r the wonderful attention I received girls from the Belle Glade Order of!
John H. Kinard, paator 7:30p. m. -Evangelistic Ser- Point from Rainbow. Several from the
returned, Monday, I I while in Everglades Memorial guests
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School viceTUESDAY
visiting a week in Slocum and I i I hospital. I appreciate the flowers Pahokee Order of Eastern Star and
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service :
Montgomery Ala. They were accompanied -,I cards and gifts and shall always Masonic Lodge were also present.
7:30 Service
p. Evangelistic Service p. m.-Prayer
to Alabama by Irs.Stuart's be grateful.Mrs. Refreshments were served by
8:00 m. Tuesday V. L. B. THURSDAY: I
p. Mr. and Mrs. O.
mother, Mrs. J. W. En- Evie Keen. H. Sheppard.
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ I -
finger and her small grandson, Mrs. Marie Hughes, mother ad-
Everyone welcome. Special muaio Service... Stuart Walker, who had been her CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE visor was in charge of the meet-
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First Baptist
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The NazareneRev. Guthrie W.-,Colvard, :Minister T 1'.:
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Max D. Jones, Pastor
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.
433 Bacom Point Rd.
Training Union -6:30: p. m.
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882
Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday Prayer
9:45 School.
a. m.-Sunday
Service 7:30 p. m.
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship.
A warm welcome to all.
6:30: p. m.-Juniors. ...... ...
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Evangelistic Service. St. Peter's Lutheran

WEDNESDAY: Church Belle Glade
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer I ,
meeting. I
August Koerber, Pastor 7 AI&i
"Where you are a stranger but
once". 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade f

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Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar j,
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11: a. m.-Worship Service I I Confessions.before Mass.

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Pap'Dpt rA-ne Bvergladea News Canal Point Florida Friday, April 27, l00

Lottie Moon Circle Sorority Chapter +H : t : : : I : : : : I I H I : t : : Ii
.I Charles ,Sears To .
Met Tuesday P. M. Hears Mrs. Branch"Ticket 4: ACREAGE
c I'llh Dentist *| When you think of buying sell- :E
., I Become A 4 j. trading call
inc or acreage
r1 The Lottie Moon Circle of the I to Life" was 'the topic j I
Woman's Missionary Union of the I of the talk given by Mrs. Sue t X Let me help you to plan buy mr.t
sell. No obligation.
Pahokee Baptist Church met Tues- Charles Sears,_ son of Mr. and I ford at the meeting of the craw-I'
day afternoon in the home of Mrs.l, Mrs. Harlan Sears of Canal Point, Omicron Chapter of the -
E. 1.. Pope with Mrs. J. V. Chas-1 will be graduated from Emory ma Phi sorority, last Thursday, in
tain as hostess. I University in Georgia ,on June 11 the home of Mrs. Margie Branch. i 8 ,
Mrs. Joe Thompson presided in with his doctor's degree in dentistry. Mrs. Louise Zaccagnino, president -
the absence of the chairman, Mrs. Mr. Sears with his wife and two presided over the business i f ff
; Marvin Crady, and presented a sons have been living in Decatur session. Members voted to continue
study/m missionaries.Mrs. (near Atlanta) while he finishedhis their support of the summer camp : Thurmond W. Knight
t1L I F. G. Gillis was made'chair I work at the University.For for diabetic girls at Bradenton.The 3l. Acreage REALTOR to
'r tT man of the committee to make several months young Mr. hostess and co-hostess- Mrs. 4. Box 9998 Phone 814-1355
plans for visiting the sick and shut: Sears has been looking over several Virginia Collier served refresh- =! West Palm Beach Fla.

ins. This was adopted as the com- locations to hang out his shingle.At ments to 11 members. .:-: -r.-K-H-h"-h'-H--h:

TOM D. MULLINS munity project for May. The next : present he has tentatively de- ,!
meeting will be in the home of Mrs. cided on a location not too far -
Batchelor on Tuesday, May J from Canal Point. However, other 1.1
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To Amarillo Base .
board exams in Jacksonville
Graham Home Is the first of July.Missionary
LACKLAND AFB, Tex|-Airman & -
Basic Tom D. Mullins, Jr.,I Mission Meet Scene I Union LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
whose parents reside on Lake
I Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Shore Drive, Canal Point, is being
Mrs. J. L. Humphrey Sr. Will Meet May 1 - -
to the United States Air present-I I
assigned :
ed the program - 2 BIG FEATURES -
Force technical' training course for Needed" at the meeting held, The Woman's Missionary Unionof SUNDAY -MONDAY -TUESDA bSUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAY

rillo administrative AFB, Tex.specialists at Ama- day night, at the home of Tues'I'I I' the Pahokee First Baptist Chur- APRIL 29301"COME
C. Graham. Others taking ch will hold a business and program
Airman Mullin, who has com- the program 'were Mrs. .. meeting at the church Tuesday,
pleted his basic' military training Unwin Mrs.'Mary Hammond Mrs.j I I May 1, at 9:30 a. m. Mrs. H. E. ;;; "POLLYANNA"SEPTEMBER"
here, was selected for the advanced R. S. Douthit, :Miss Jane Plumer i I I Unwin, president, will preside, and
the basis of his inter- JANE 'E\IAN AND
\ course on Mrs. Wiley Tillis, Mrs. Frank Mrs. E. B. Gamble will have chargeof
ests and aptitudes, Thompson and Mrs. R. R. Henderson. -I I the program.Mr. RIC1L\RD EGAN
The airman is- a 1961 graduate of Airs. E. B. Gamble gave the hI ROCK HUDSON, GINA LOLLO-

Pahokee High.School. closing prayer. The next meetingwill j I .and Mrs. Michael Wilson and BRIGIDA SANDRA DEE & o-
be with Miss Jane.; Plumer on son, Steve, of Orlando visited his
Gallick Is Named May 9. Refreshments: were served i'I I parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wilson ....

by the hostess. j!I ,, last weekend. i r.-i w i fr'fr-:-fr*<'*'j : }-: I I : : : t ..{ 1 : : : 1 : : f'! t 1 I 1 1 1 1 .1- .

Lions President .1.1I I

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Canal Point Lions in their annual .#. '
election Monday night at the Community : l! j;f Building elected Hill Gallicl :;y "" l\ N
.:.tJtti1t ,Sl i
as the new president to take over I : fwA 1ot111; .. tl [ y- ..lj -. .

on July 1. The new president ope- {..',)tf.'f-< ..:..,. ':,.1 ---'-' ,
rates a dry. goods store in CanalPoint. :,,..>.-S*:::t-i.o<:::%;W::: &g;; "" L
;'%">f: fu f" 4":1 ''-; 1M: 0
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named .t' > .jrC ': ,
Roswell Harrington was : : :. .
first vice president and Harlan .. E : ,.. .
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Sears second vice'president. Oliver ,. 0 N '-":#; \ \ .'"{...<,-1.*. ..:... .
Sheppard was chosen third vice C ":. . 't\t.
president. Alton Jones was slated I ho( .JaJN / ..1;i::.i[,:.:.:...<;:..... ..' ..
to be secretary and A. H. Scruggs t F// "'. *::: '.. '
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treasurer. y 3 .' __, Ott ."i.M ; : ."K h::
James Gibson was named Lion -

twister tamer and Albert Fremd* tail-I t'j j ROWH >'il )

A Zone meeting for Lions will be
held on Sunday at Belle Glade anda I U .f t 1 .

barbecue is being planned for all ,t .
who attend.FourH. J
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Campers To
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Five Florida Camps '

Four-H campers-soon will be
packing 'for a week of recreationand l-=---
fun. Each of the five Florida I

camps Cloverleaf, McQuarrie { __ .Z

Cherry Lake, Timpoochee and Doe .JYj
Lake, will be open, all summer. 'f: t .",of
Every week a different group of f w V ;"1'" ,

4-H'ers goes'to camp. t.

The 4-H campers are selected on I .y JY
the basis of individual achievement.In .

addition to camps stressing a > '.,,:,. ...
week of recreation swimming, and I It }i :::.:.. 'r4
boat safety, there will be several :

special 4-H camps., These camps
will emphasize study of subjects
,such as tractors and machinery,
electricity, citrus or wild life. Many .
,4-H'ers 14 years of age and older) J
will"attend special teen age'camps.
According to Gordon White, as-
sistant state boy's 4-H agent, some

6,000 boys and girls are expectedto ,. newest member of .the Standard family
take part in the camping

program this'summer. .1
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For County Board .. j,;;:f.., i
Today s cars give you a new world of choice-in makes, models, horse
County Commissioner Ben F. power. And-Standard Oil now offers a new variety in gasolines to meet .' ECONOMY t i
Sundy and his_ colleagues on the the needs of all cars. motor fuels designed to give you top P-I'Olnl.i.IIC.! t* mmGASOLINE i .
and -whatever drive.'r '
economy you #
county commission were commended -
this week by the Delray Beach ECONOMY'' CROWN is a new, lower-priced gasoline-d; igped i for t
Boating and Sportsman's Club the many cars on the road,that cannot take advantage of extra antikr'okquality. :
In a letter to the board, the club I Supplies all the power such cars can use-at a saving. S Ct .

took note of boating, and recrea- Improved CROWN GASOLINE. Users of regular grade gasoline will
tional improvements made on NE find a new gasoline value in improved Crown Gasoline- now at an I
10th St. which the club said were a all-time high in quality. Moves your car up in performance while holding
driving costs down. /
decided Improvement and beneficial
,to the area Improved CROWN EXTRA: The popular premium gasoline. now at an .
-- -- all-time high in anti-knock quality-designed for those cars requiringthe
Miss Dorothy Hatton returned to finest in performance characteristics. .
Lakeland, Monday to resume her Stop at 'a Standard Oil station today for the dependable gasoline that's M. I. KEEN, AGENT
studies at Florida Southern 'College just right for your. car! .
after visiting her parents Mr. PHONE '2551 I CANAL POINT, FLA.
and-Mrs.Joe Hatton Sr. during the. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) -

Easter holiday.
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