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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: October 14, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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October 14, I960 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL RA DIN




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Okeelanta Plants Biscuits, Trailer' Make Plans For Graveside Service Lions Are SellingSubscriptions

Dunked In ,Canal For Infant Collier

1,000 Acres Cane ._- :Pahokee.Carnival To ..

35,000.pounds of refrigerated Graveside services for Preston

canned.biscuits were dunked in the 'Frederick Collier, 26-hour-old son

North Canal Point I I St. Lucie Canal at Port Mayaca The annual Halloween carnival of Mr. and Mrs. John Collier of Everglades News

',... around 7 a. mv Monday when a sponsored by the Pahokee Parent- Canal Point, were held'at the Port ,

I tractor-trailer, driven by David Teacher Association will be held on Mayaca Cemetery Wednesday at
Several children ..,
Okeelanta Sugar'Refinery, Inc., underprivileged
Hood of Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky., the old athletic field adjoining the 3 p. m., with Elder Reuben Bar-
located in the southern part of in the Glades area are going to Xe
and ..headed for Miami, crashed elementary school Monday even- field, pastor of theFirst Baptist
Palm Beach county south of SouthBay furnished eye glasses, as a result ofa
through the lowered gates of the ing, Oct. 31, according: to plans Church of Canal Point, officiating.The '
on Road 27, .in the next few campaign being waged by the
highway bridge, as the draw sec- announced by J. H. Wilkinson, Jr, infant, born at f the Everglades
days will complete planting 1,000acres members of the Pahokee Lions club
tion was' being opened to allow finance chairman, at the NovemberPTA Memorial Hospital Sunday,
of sugar cane in the Sand Cut whereby.they are earning money
passage of an approaching cabin meeting Monday night. Ha Oct. 9, died there Monday night.
area north bf Canal Point. The for the project by selling subscriptions .
cruiser, and plunged into the deep asked each school room represent Survivors, in addition to the par-
1,000 acres of land were purchased to The Everglades New
waters of the canal, sinking to the .ative to confer with him immedi- ents, are two brothers John, Jr., i
during the summer from StantonChastahv Already the Lions club has earn-
I ... bottom. Hood, freeing himse.-f ately in regard to the kind of booth and Joseph Ronald; grandparents,
Anderson Chastain and ed enough money to purchase several
from the cab after it filled ,with the room will sponsor at the carnl4yal Mr. and :Mrs. J. F. Collier and Mr. :
; Oscar Chastain for $600,000.00. pairs of glasses for the under-
. water,swam to the surface where .,which will.open at 6 p. m. and Mrs. Lewis Allman of Flat- '
S For many weeks since the land privileged children. The sales pon-
he was rescued from the swift current A budget for the new year, pre- rock, N. C.WiUiamsWetherington.
? purchase workmen for the. Okee- test is continuing and I). B. Mathis
by the occupants of the cruiser sented by Mr. Wilkinson, was was in
i lanta concern have been busy pre- chairman of the sight committee of
' ,who threw him a line. Damagewas adopted. The monthly attendance charge of arrangements.
paring the landfor the: sugar cane .- the Lions club, said yesterday that
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estimated at awards Mrs.
: $20,000. were won by KathrynCunningham's '
(t planting. Ditches were cleaned, .. members slowed down a little in
first grade room and
, new ditches dug and many oth rI Farm Bureau Holds their sales last week but are de.
Mrs. Edna Maxson's first gradea
improvements made. in order that Auxiliary Group termined to earn another larga
( tfe) at the elementary school '
the land might'be put in readinessfor chunk of cash this week and heave ,
and by the 12th grade at the high Barbecue
I the cane planting. Seed cane Annual Publisher Paul Rardin made the ,
Hears Com.RardinCounty school.jA I u "
from the concern's operation southof More LIons duo an unusually gooa proposition
"Knowing
Lake.Okeechobee and some from prqgram on-the 'subscription selling;
v I About Your School, was presented New directors were elected by .
: other sources.was planted.atSaz1Cut. : idea., A large C9mmlsslon-not': : ;
Commission Chairman by Principal Herman Austin the Everglades Farm Bureau at ually earned, on any commodity.....; ,
Paul Rardin of Canal Point was x>f'the elementary,school and Prin- the annual membership dinner
Laborvfor-the planting of the has been assured 'the Lions and i
at cipal Brooks' ..Henderson of the held in the
the
guest speaker meeting Community
cane, wan hauled, by huge tucks their commission payments have ,I
ing of the Palm Beach CountySheriff's high school. Mr. Austin spoke Building at the Glades Park Canal
from the. home base operation, nr- agreeably'surprised members of :
riving early eacl morning and leaving -Auxiliary held 'at.the Pa- briefon' some, of the pauses of variations Point, Thursday night of last weel] ,the c|nb.1fp1r1re. .

each" afternoon fgr'the'OkeeTanta'and' hok e Woman's:, Club ,Monday: I in the abipyef:children to with Pjesident''Walter,, KauU.$i.: na. a subscriber to {.... .

; Witn>Mrs :iPJTv3gfoBf. of ,:'a.niJnkS..Kathryp: ] Caps* .Point". presiditgn43CG '-Everglade'Neale--ta .A.o"t "-
' A uth.JJaY'; :area. : Vp apeii .
1< :,1. off Culaningham ;fIrsV3Jade .teacher I ,
Vii-Bench, ,president; presiding 'l persons'attending. : .
..'. during the past few weeks slowed Ii. that carrier news of churches
: the only elementary school teacher ,Directors elected for
Introduced Sheriff John three-yeat "
the planting operation but successful :- schools, civic activities, garden.clubs ;
Kirk.rth.e. in Palm -ea "County who received terms'each Cecil D.'McClure
sp \explained..some were !
: operation of the concerns women's clubs, BPW Clubs., ;
t- ;of ,the work of the Commission in the/ (Career Increment of Belle Glade, E. R. Mackey of1 I
pumps kept the land infairly good Sororities, farm operations, sugarcane ,
: the operation of County Gov rri.. Award Lake Harbor, Hilton Jones of -
I condition for planting. Only for: plantings, and a dozen and'
.: ment. He.also 'told of the increase Mr. Henderson told of the various hokee and Walter Kautz.E.L.Popeof I
their
a few days did they bring one other things-you should see a.
i in duties of the sheriff's' department (continued on page 8) i ii Pahokee was chosen to fill'the ,
I work to a complete'balt.'nts_halt i ..---. member of The Lions club today-
urlng.the 16 term of office of. Lester
{ past years. unexpired -
was only. temporary and completionof and have your name put on the;
the planting will be.realized this Sheriff Kirk also spoke briefly. First Sweet Corn Hand who recently resigned subscription list. The cost is nom*. -
next. ;Mrs. Wen introduced Mrs. Lee I from the board. of'directors. Robert,
: r the first of \ inal-$2.00 per year.Funeral :
Plans call for transportation of I Wroten of Pahokee, vice president, I P. Stokes ,of South Bay, Christino _Go.

sugarcane grown on the_l.OOO acre who was in charge of dinner ar- Shipped From LakeThe Figueroa, .J. K. Baker of Belle
rangements. 'Mrs. Wroten thanked Glade and Walter Kautz of Canal Services '
I tract to the mill south of youth Bay
semi Deputy Sheriff Frank O'ConneJl Point were named delegates to represent ,
by trailer trucks.Dame rumor;
has it that the Okeelanta concern "and members of the hostess comn1tteefor first sweet corn of the fall i EFB at the State conven- : f

is negotiating for more land in the their work-:in preparing season in the Glades area was har- i tion of the Florida Farm Bureau in Mrs. Jessie Cross

; the ,dinner. The committee included vested Thursday of last week by Jacksonville, Now 13-15. The new i
Sand Cut area and should this plan '
is .Mrs. Charlene Stuckey, Mrs. Hatton Brothers, Inc., Pahokee board'of directors will elect officers -
materialize there a remote possi-
Gibb Cross, Mrs. Thomas Elliott, vegetable growing firm. A tdtal of for the coming year at a Funeral services for Mrs. Jesde
that mill be
bility a grinding
may
constructed, in that section. all of Pahokee; Mrs. Robert Griffin approximately 1,000 crates of corn meeting in the Belle Glade Cham- N. Cross of Canal Point, 78, were

i. and Mrs. 'Theo York 'of Belle packed in the field, was pre-cooled ber Commerce office, Oct. 20. held at the Canal Point Baptist

\ -' .. .. 'Glade, aDd".hits.: Frank 'Prevail' ofBean'City. .1' and sold.by Joe Hatton, Inc.,. at the Guest speaker was Wayne Mix- Church Wednesday: at 10 a. m.,

! ,,.' .. Pahokee.:State Farmers Market. son of Gainesville, FFB director of with the Rev. Charles D. Stewart,

Blue Devils Play Following the 'dinner Deputy The corn waS grown on newly industrial, relations and commodity pastor, officiating and the Rev.

Sheriffs John McCants of West cleared, 'well-drained muck' land activities! who was introduced by Charles Crau\wef, pastor ofthe ).

'Palm:, Beach and Frank O'Conaell :several ,miles east of Canal Point. Charlie Collins of Avon Park, FFB Pahokee Church, of the Nazarene, ,

.t Fort Pierce ThereThe were surprised and honored by Of golden security variety, it wasa field man. Also on the program, assisting. '- ,, .( 1

special songs from the group the small ear but kernels were well Roy Vandegrift, Jr., of Pahokee Mrs. Cross died Monday morning :i

occasion, being their birthday an filled out to the tip of the cob and spoke 'oh "Labo .Problems Faced, at the Everglades Memorial Hospital .i

_' "r Pahokee Blue Devils : will niversaries. ,Each 'was presented on.the:whole; the;corn was, of ex- by Glades Farmersand Miss after a short"illness.A nativeof :

;. :. :: ",: j.t, travel. toFprt ,Pierce>this ;Friday 'with; a-J&iithdayX-cake..Mr. andMrsCppeland celtept.quality, cons&eriag ,the adverse 'BettjFjqhnspn: ofCana$*6int sang Live 'Oak, Fla. She came to'Cai )'

:: :;- .J'i' night, stni'seeking' their first win :of West Palm Beach: were veather--;conditions, under I two vocal solos; accompanying nal Point from Live Oak in 1932. 1

t... a of""the season, 'and"'victory never guests.r'. ...' which it was grown, including the herself' at the piano.The I I .She- was-- -- -a member of-- the Adven: .. .:
-- ;" high winos attendant,.to Hurricane group adopted a resolution .Church in Live Oak.
comes,easy \p Coach 'Wb.P! )'s Donna and the flooding rainfall favoring increase in the
McKee Is PraisedIn an sugar She is survived by a daughter, .
in,,the nest.
men Eagles' that fell the
month of
through
cane acreage quota :for domestic Mrs.. Alma Nail of Canal Point; r

, The Blue Devils,gave the league- Board"ResolutioJ September.- It is .reported to have production by Florida farmers. two sons, Marvin Cross of West .

: leading Forest 'fH ;'Falcons-quite sold for $2.25, a crate.: Mrs. Robert D. Stokes of South Palm Beach and Harry Cross of .

a score on rain-soaked Lair Field The county commission this_week Vandegrift -' Williams. Farms Bay was in charge of dinner .ar-r Fort Lauderdale; three sisters

last Friday night as the fourth adopted a resolution of memoriamin started harvesting sweet corn this rangements. J./K. Baker'supervised Mrs. Florence Gronto of Fort My- "-

quarter,got underway with the the death bf'vetern employe It. week and several other growers the'barbecue. Families of members ers, Mrs. Joanna McCloud of Port "i

Pahokee eleven.ahead of the visit Bruce McKee, who died October 3 will soon have corn, ready ,to pull. were guests. St,Joe, and Mrs. Mamie Wakefield 'I

ors by one point, 7-6, and poised for while in a' Texas hospital. The,price.jumped to $3 a crate tics of Jacksonville; five grandchildren

.a victory. But an upset was not McKee would have been ,eligible week.Quality is good but yields are New Police Car and.one great grandchild. ''. ;;::1

in the cards: ,% ,for retirement, from the county id light. The fall crop of Sweet Corn Pallbearers were O.H. Sheppard, .

The Falcons lucked out with an January next year, having begun and other Glades vegetables be I :Bought JBy Pahokee) : Boyd Vortices! Sam'Scruggs, Earl

, 8-7 win byrlitue; of 'a safety in his duties with the board as a deputy lighter and later than usual be- Maxson, Grady Echols and Dewey

;;, the fourth quarter When tKe.,Blue clerk in 1941.. cause of the excessive September The Pahokee City Council reg- Hughes. .

Devils, trying.to.punt deep in their He was named executive secretary rainfall that flooded out many '
Burial
.ar'session; ,at the city hall opened was at the Live Oak
r I. own territory'found the slippery to the commission in:1948 and fields of growing vegetables and Cemetery. William Wetherington

: ball bard to 'handle and 'had to in 1957 was'named comptroller= held-up plantings;; w 1' > ds.for thej>urchase-of,a new'police -I Funeral Home/Pahokee, as' iii 1 t j

.:. j ground it behind their own goal a post, he held until his death. patrol'cart :and accepted the i x&arge.'f 5 ,I

',' line. The Blue:Devils tried desperately Mr. and Mrs. H. J.Anderson had :offer of the Pahokee Motor Company --1 '.' ;
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to coaie back and save th.? 'Mrs. James S. Wilson, daughter:. as guests 'Mr..and: :Mrs Arthur to sell the city a' 1961' Ford Mr. and Mrs. ;T.l'L. Reeves leave -

JS game in a strong attack.that,took of Mr. and.Mrs. R. W.._Sanders ofgoal Landry and Mrs.Landry's,parents sedan,, ,meeting specifications this week to-spend a two-week vacation "

.... ..t the ball close;to the,Falcons' 'Pahokee and a ,'former ,:resident Mr., and Mrs. Law nce Cowette, 'pf the police department.a cost with their son and daught., {j

line but pass attempts, for the'TD here, is recuperating from surgeryosisg of New Hampshire;'also her aunt,. of $L777.10plufl the 1958 Ford sedan er-in-law Mr. "and Mrs. Albert.. .

.were unsucceWal. ist 'the C1- performed recently- at a Miami hospital. Mrs.,Doris*Rokaas,, of Lawrence; : that.the ,new car replacing Graves- and. son/Steve, .. in Augusta$, ". ,
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,moments of' '.coate&t. .. Mass. ., .; traded-in. on'.the tnaaacties. : Ga. ''
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Pac; Twt The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, October 14,1960
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Tax Hearing: Is expected meeting; Roberts to be unveiled said. at this I I Mrs. Simonson To

,.. -- I Preside At MeetMrs.
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( / Scheduled Today The committee is made up :f
twelve legislative members and the ----.j
t'"Y. i Another in a series of heatings session here will be under the R. B. Simonson, chairman
-: ..,.. ----- being held by the state legislature's chairmanship of Rep. Beth Johnson will preside at a meeting of the

interim committee on finance,and Orlando, the only feminine ] Commission on Christian Social:
taxation-the first ever held in i member the Florida legislature. Concern at the First Methodist
Palm Beach 'County-will be held Previous meetings have been Church Wednesday at 8:30 p. m.

at West Palm Beach Friday Oct.I held !at Pensacola Jacksonville, I "III. "
14.State Miami, Tampa and Orlando. ATTEND ELKS CONFERENCE '

Rep. Emmett Roberts, The West Palm Beach hearing :
Belle Glade vice'.chairman of the will be held in the county commission William E. Erickson, I exalted

legislative group, said he had ar-j meeting room and will get underway ruler of Pahokee BPOE Lodge
ranged the meeting here in response at 9:30 a. m. 1633 and Mrs. Erickson attended

The Rardin Building- In Canal Point,' Florida i to a number of requests -- t the Florida State Elks fall conference -
from local business and civic lead
Learn the simple art of becom- I at Leesburg. Alto attendingwere
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF
ers.Principal ing a more interesting person at Mr. and Mrs. James W.Vann
of discussion at,
topics" Alice Bell's Charm and. Fashion and niece, Miss Carolyn Sellers,
. i.:' T.HEEVE.RGLAnE'S.- NEWS: proposed the session repeal'will likely"present center, Intangible around-' _School! Call.7365.; ? 'Qct21c, I and Harold Wilkinson.TJJEATRES.

!, : .. Serving the iieInterruption Okeechobee Fanning'Region:'Wthout| 'tax. laws, merchant's: ; inventory I I. --- E
f Every'Weekfor More Than 30[Tears taxes and ad valorem taxes. .t+- j H i 11 t-i.-n-.i-i. n in n H..

: Established March 11, 1924. -- Published Every Friday Roberts said the committees responsibility -
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is to gather data from :1
Subscription $2,00 Year In, Advance
r hearings such as the one set for

'. The Everglades News'Entered at_the Post Office, ,West Palm Beach; to evaluate the
, citizen's opinions and suggestions4and PRINCE; LAKE DRIVE-IN
In. Canal,Point, Florida, as Second Class'Matter
then to recommend'propos d
-i 1\ Paulltardln, -, '. Owner, Editor, ,Publisher changes instate tax'laws to the ...'. Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
. ) legislautre. The whole field of tax- -
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"110 JII ation is within jurisdiction, of the -2 BIO FEATURES -

At Monday's committee, Roberts said. SHAYMONDAYTULDAY
Here Is What Transpired 1 STOTOAY-MONDAY-TIJESDAY
In addition to the expected audi-
Meeting Of The Palm Beach I ence participation in the three I OCTOBER 16-1'7-18' OCTOBER 161718I ,

fields of taxation mentioned here, Beloved InfidelJUDY l' '
" the meeting will also include a report -
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County Commission I from the committee memberson I "Bells Are Ringing"GREGORY PECK AND

accomplishments made to date
by the HOLLIDAY,. DEAN DEBORAH KERR
:. Following the lead of Commissioner !I bid of 1418188. l group. I ALSO -
Reports on two college research
.. MARTIN AND FRED.
Roy Michael, Jr., the county Commissioner Michael asked "MAGNIFICENTROUGHNECKS'
II programs on taxation studies
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board this week delayed: action on that a committee be named to! CLARK '
made at the University of Miami : !
bids for two,bookkeeping:machines I study-both bids and report back to I I I and at Rollins College-are, also I '
after one of the bidders said he had the board.Named to the committee I r 111 : IIIJlllllt

, not been invited to ,submit a, bid, were Commissioners Ben I .
" but did so anyway.. and Lake Lytal, County En sundY'1 s.J '- .
;.. Ed Lambert, sales representative Steve Mld eton and .I .
. for the Burroughs Corp., said he I J. Paul Icard.
. had not been invited to bid because The commission this week also '
F; a machine of a competitor was received bids for bridge piling and
r made part of the specifications.' i bridge: timber, .tractor and mower, r r :: : I
( He called the action? ; --"close' out dry goods for the ,county hospitaland
f bids." Lamber sumitted a bid of for:construction of a.right.tWn :
, $11,827.50: for. two ,machines! and lane"'at' State Road AlA and SR .

the 'National Cash Register' Co.., a 802.. .. ,IALkI

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Metro\ : DeliverySpeeds 4,877 Folks Get "I

.: Up Mail State Welfare Aid }, .- (

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LT Mail Volume in the Metro area Thomas 'E. Penick: Chairman of
: ,. contributed to a new national record -, District AO Welfare Board of the ,for) this
;" of nearly 64'' million pieces,.including ,State Department ,of Public Welfare .,. tJwn
., a billion pieces of parcel reported that In Palm Beach _$
". : post during fiscal year 1960'end- County 4,877.pers were assistedin elrAVY1
ing1 last June 30, Postmaster Edy- the,four categories of public assistance Emblem. a .. a p n..

, ,the Smith said for. the month. of September. .
Based on ,advance information .
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from the Annual Report of,the Department A total of 1,731 persons receivedOld .' :
been made .. .: -
" which has Age Assistance in the amountof t. -

F'' available Postmaster Edythe .$88,096.00. 84 persons received ';--'- '.* .
. Smith, it was revealed that the Aid to the Blind:;, totaling,$5,153.00., ::.' ..' .-'.... .
present day figures 'represent 746 families, representing 2,261 '- j

increase of 25 per cent over the children, received Aid :to.,Dependent 'j '$'" ,, '
=1953 volume which totaled 50.9 :
I Children in the amount of $46- "',
billion pikes.' -* 763.00.195,persons received.Aid to I
, This increase, along with a sharp the'Disabled in the amount of $11-: j j jj i i
discontinuance of mail-carrying 938.00.In .
! trams- in ,recent years 'has helped addition 385: children received ,
foster a complete revolution in service during the .month '183 of

. postal transportation including ?.armorerexteusive whom, were in foster.Jiomes, use of..highway vehicles total,state and'local cost for these : (\
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: baaid. 'ad.d1ng that the child welfare services was $12- .

:'.. transportation., pattern'. for Florida. .' .- 633.66: when for hoine
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/ has undergone ,maoyr'changes.FreeToHEid I -. 'h&re.Vere:1': adoption,peUUons shopping a new ., '

Studied Toi'tiie' :Circuit'Court..These .,

fiQ tte'ehildrenplaced: ia.homeaindeptadentOervtce.thmugh a licensed -- It's the sign ef .a' ttiMghtfil builder'c

: chip'; placing 'agency, 'and the I

r Florida J ; TucRi! Welfare Board'is .responsible according
f-<* V* to ;law .to make these re-

A.new twist In'official openings ports J' the.court. .. ,,
; of 'Sunshine State.Parkway: Interchanges Palm,Beach County Is also rep- Concealed Telephone Wiring
resented on the District 10 Welfare -
has baenarranged, :by I '*'in'your home means t, '
Board T>y the:Rev. Paul M. new :
County Commissioner Roy 'E.: Ca.ss@ Mrs. Helen'R. Tedder, Mrs.
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:Michael' Jr., for the Friday dedication Helen: D. Woodward West Palm ii-y '. : .*.No ezpeeed wiring to detract from :

of'the! neap Lake_Work inter.change. : Beach, and'.J.rrs- :,Doris, Sasser. Pa c interior decor! f .
hokee. i *" *

'Mlchaeljsatd motorists attendingthe ,," 8=- _L A *No marring' of woodwork, walls or ,, -.
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official_ opening'will be givenfree I
floors
passes during the dedication Teacher -Parent __ .; .
one-way trips to any: spot on'the *Gives you ban dy outlets for exten ; .
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pike between Miami.and'FU Pierce. Meetings: Planned sion phones all through, the house '. :',
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.Special'permission to ,.issue the --- ,: ,'. '{.. '
passes was arranged by 'Commissioner As has been- the custom for the *.Adds value to your new home! r (.,"';
,.' Michael cooperation:with past several years a teacherparent 't : .. :
t.: the, Turnpike.A U oritY. 1 conference day has 'been .set __ There are other .advantages in having .:. : "'. .

County 'Commission 'Chairman aside by the Board of Public Instruction .- '.. your home Telephone Planned. Ask, ,:' \ I
Paul' Rardin Is in' charge, of the to enable parents and t '
builder for full information.
:' dedication: and will be master of teachers to get'together and dis- ;This neat well plate is all that your : ; r;:;

! ceremonies: -,for the opening,set for cuss the school program of' the shows when your home is equippedwith ... .. ,-'' '.' ''1:9:, t\
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". 10:36: a..m. Saturday.The children. It will be impossible for Concealed Telephone Wiring. -' \ .; ', ry : f
ceremony will Include iato the teachers to see each one of the .;;;- -<# '-'
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duction of civic and political'leaders : parents on_that day, a,schedule of : r "

who have had a,part,in paving+ visits1 will be arranged.I .. "' : r s }f ;i.-;::
the way for construction of the Each parent"will:receive: ,a letter .; ,
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:Miss Mary Ellen,Sims will spend The Rev..and Mrs. T. C. O'Steenare Ii

:i, the weekend in Statesboro, Ga., the spending:this week at Leesburg
J;' ,guest of her uncle' and aunt, :M ,. whale he attending a school for
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and Mrs. Floyce Williams. pastors :at the "Methodist. Camp
near that city.
t. Mrs. A. M. Scruggs has: returned I
home from Atlanta. Ga.,;where'she Jimmy :Maxwell, Pahokee Hign .
visited her son-in-law and daughter High School 1960 graduate,"son of I j I T FLORIDA'S ''WILDLIFE SEEN AT'

" Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Maxwell, ,haS J .

and family, including a brand new .joined the U. S. Ale Force and will I' WEEK! WACHEE (SPRING OF THE LIVE MERMAIDS) ON US 19 I ISO

'granddaughter, Mattie Lynn Gar take his final physical examinationin
-. rett born Sept. 28. Enroute home Miami Monday before leaving ; -,. 1 NATURALISTS HAVE COMPLEtaY-RESTORE ONE OF FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUHFUL RIVERS,

:r she,stopped at Gainesville for a I for basic training, .' 4. THE. WEEKI. WACHEE,TD }ITS ORIGINAL UNSPOILED CONDITION,AMD HAVE STOCKED TWE I'

. ., brief visit with her daughter,,Mrs.t : RIVER.BANKS Wrm ANIMALS AND NATIVE BIRDS
Mrs. Helen Schroder has returned ,
t ,CalvinPadgett, and family and her ; !
to her home Pahokee after'spending .
in
l, son Horace, ,student at ,the ,Unt- 9j aU 9Y
" "the summer with her t 'o00 I
Versity of Florida.
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t ,sons-iri-law" and daughters ,and Mltf GREAT LOWER OF THE ALLIGATOR JAWS IS IM THEIR CLOSING:
I'j' Mrs.)L H. Sears and Mrs.,C. L families Djrv and Mrs. R. E. Pil- .!
THEY CAN CRUSH A GOOD SIZE DOG WITH A SINGLE EFFORT
,: Stuart.have returned home from a gram at Harrisburg Pa., Mr. and .
visit with ,relatives in,West Point, Mrs. O. F. Send, at King of Poris- YET 11 E SAME JAWS CAM BE HELD SHUT 6T A AIH OF > I Ip

1,_, Miss.,. and Montgomery Ala. sia, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs R. A. MODERATELY STRONG HANPS. II
Smith at Grosse ,lie, Mich.; her e II I
Mr, and :Mrs. James Latham of son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and .' .

''CocoaJspent the weekend here Mrs. George,M. Schroder, at North : I
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Mass., and her sister, : p I
.E. B. Gamble, at Pahokee and,his (
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Edith McWilliams at Philadelphia 1I
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parents Mr. and J. Pa. j
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EarlCooper is a surgical patientat / ; I
. Mr.:and Mrs. O. B. McClure have St. Mary's Hospital, West Palm I Ii
after three i i
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months ,in Colorado California, THEIR EGG IS VERY -
Kansas and Qklahoma.Classified. Mrs. Paul Rardin has returned I SIMILAR TOAWRGE HENS* \.

I from a visit with tier' mother Mrs. .EGG BUT IS NARROWER J

.. W. O. Strickland, in Glennville, Ga. AND ENLOtfSATED_ fJ )
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Etta Mae Collier James Miller, !

Mrs, .Wanda Pickett, Mrs.. Annie ; .
THE WEST .IS BUILT ,WEAR? THE
Walker and Mra. Minnie B lk. ,i
HAD A VISITOR? Give 2661 a '
-,, iI I WATERS EDGE AND CONSISTS OF
ring: and let us know about it Mrs. H. L. Sears
of Canal Point TWk5S AND LEAF MOLD
and 'we will be happy to put the .
< visited her son-in-law and daughter. 'I
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course, there is NO CHARGE. Mr. and Mrs. Hilburn Murphy ,-

f(1 Thanks. The Everglades News. and family at ,Clewiston* the_ past. I ,,.;'" ...-.. ... 'r' r,

rf FOR SALE:.New and used,Willys week. -, I ._ %.1 (1 t: :: .

Jeeps. Walter .Ashley Garagein Mr. and :Mrs. Earl Hingson and I I I

Belle Glade Phone 3058. "family of Clewiston visited her,: ,

Oct. 17-54-ch. parents, Mr. and Mrs, G. A. Andrews ;. _____ ___________
here over the weekend., : 7t::: = \
*/ PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If .

t'I you need cards, envelopes letterheads Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Salvatore" T ; ,

4; statements bill heads, hand had as guests over the weekend, \ ,

:! bills, or something in the printing their son-in-law and daughter Mr. ;:tH.ffl'tY'AlilEP.A"l ATIJHS TW "
line just step to the phone and call 'and Mrs. Albert Herron. of Fort .. ',,' ARE ABOUT
'H The Everglades News at Canal Lauderdale. '1MCHES :LOW! AND WEIGH \\3A OUNCES -

-;.* Point, No 2661. We are experts in i Mr. and Mrs.A.J. King and family a AND GROW ABOUT A FOOT A YEAR.A 12

producing excellent printing and i of Fort Lauderdale visited his .. FOOTER WEfGHS AS MUCH AS 825 POUNDS I ,

.. our prices are in,line with out of brother-in-law sister, Mr. and

.. town printers who come to the..1 Mrs. John E. Wilson, at Pahokee !

Glades for printing business. Please Sunday. ,-, .. wwww I
-_: give us a call.'Phone 2661. I .
I Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Britton and Mr., and Mrs. Ray"Langford were ;Mr. and Mrs Leon Guthrie had annual yield of high quality fiber

FOB RENT: House with 2 bedrooms family, who have, been making visitors in Avon Park over the as a guest over the weekend their under existing environmental con- I
bath, furnished if.desired. weekend.Mr. daughter. Miss Gail Guthrie of :MI-
their home, here for the past several ditions and with the use of mechanized ;
Call Harold Webb, Phone 7718. months while he was associa-
and :Mrs. Grady Chancellorand ami.Mr. harvesting equipment.Dr. J
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their .Mr. and Mrs. L Guthrie had and :Mrs. Luke DuFresne Wilson pointed out that the
back to
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,,; $400 MONTHLY home moving in Manchester 'Ky. as guests Sunday Mrs. K.; Davis of spent Sunday at Deland visiting most serious breeding problem at !

SPARE TIME Punts Gorda' and Mrs.. Mary- their' grandson Grant Chase a the present is the general susceptibility -'
Refilling and collecting money President O. B. McClure Vw01 preside Whidden of Bare Beach. student at Stetson University.Mrs. of kenaf to attack by root- I I
from New Type high quality coin at the October dinner knot -
meetingof Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong I. S. Guthrie is ill at her nematodes. He discussed I
operated dispensers in this area.,No the Pahokee': Methodist
Men'sClub breeding work in progress which is
visited their son and daughterinlaw home on Bacom Point Road. She
selling. to be held at the church Tuesday an attempt to overcome this prob
Mr. and Mrs.- Alvin.'Armstrong and Mr Guthrie had as visitors
To have reference -
qualify you must car,
at 7:30 "Dr.
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m. Wilson
p. illustrated his
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and at Hialeah Sun- the weekend and
$600 to $1900 cash. Seven to family over their son
twelve hours weekly can net up to Mrs. Frank R.Hines,formerly of day, daughter-in-law, :Mr. and :Mrs. J gram with colored slides on the different -
aspects of his .work. It was
':' $400 monthly. More full time. For Miami, ,has joined her husband in Smith W. Guthrie, and granddaughter
Mr. and Mrs.
Ray spent a very interesting and informative,
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personal interview write P.,O. Box* Pahokee where they are now mak- the weekend with relatives, in Margo of; Miami; their grandson program.
8027 Minneapolis, Minn. Include ing their home.Mr. Hines is an'em- Plant / Mickey Guthrie and his wife and Kanai Lai Ghosh ,
City. of India a guestof '
phone number. Itp .ploye of the Bank of Pahokee and daughter, former Indiantown residents the-
:r Club, was introduced to the j
'":-- Mrs. Hines is working in the Bank: Mr.. and Mrs. Ellis Murphy and who recently moved back to members
; :r.\3i\.r.\. ...j..i.. ,1.\.7.,,f.f.. of Pahokee. i O. M. Miami. : by Mr. Fishier.Mr.Ghosh ;
son, Pat, visited hisbrother, has been appointed by the Inter
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REALES5CATJEFor cMrs.' R.. A. Laflindifited.- "h*a\!: f 3dack) Murphy s ndaat- the1n' "* Mr; and fit&'3ack Phillips' and national Cooperation Administration -

:: : '"brother> "and.''sisterirF.Mr: ana t. unty Memorla"ospifaPrhere sons;lohdc'andf j im;' of Fairfax,, S.CflEffl I to receive training In/ the I

;-" "*a* .Afctf.'CL W. ldrtietfaa Mack l.s- .. a riyeJni Sale Cocoa over t weekMdf.91.taccompanied for a visit wjtht er parents.pr?11 : He.will work with staff tnemers -
.. .. 4ii1& & heart ailment. They '; '
as far as Melbourne! a .and :Mrs. L. W., Armstrong.JiJD.JWQJ. John 6' orthe Everglades Experiment !I

G 1. .Four dwellings aad'},,,.five reel.' by 'Mrsit&uaiBPugh Rimfea ed<.; .watiaccompani ,backlt ...:Pahc ."stay th ggj n Stajion until December 16, aSfl will I
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traits on large ridge tot, Income of relatives in that city. Ices by _his brothertn-law and sis: parents while: their:' parents_take! :tfien attend the University oft;Min-
:. $225.00 per month. This will net ter, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Bargeron: part in the annual'Kissimmee\ River i.nesota- for the winter and spring
.. .a good figure on investment and Wayne Elliott of West Palm and family of Miami. Boatcade next week. sessions.

price of $15,000.00.' Terms. Beach, accompanied by,Miss Betty Griffin Bell agricultural aide
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Cox of
Also 4,homes on two lots, Incomeof Cantwell of, Lantana, visited his Rockledge plan to spend this week- I Kenaf:'DiscussedAtUSDAClubMeet USDA Everglades Experiment i
$240.00 per month. Make offer. brother, Elmer B Elliott, and sis- end with relaitves and friends in Station, read the minutes of the !
ter, Mrs... Lee Wroten, and families previous meeting in the absence of
Both of these properties are offer- Belle Glade ,and Pahokee. i
ed by out of.town owners who want in Pahokee Saturday. Mrs.. Dorothy O'Neal, Club Secy.

,to selL :Mrs.,Don.Avera and Miss'Sylvia Johnny Smith freshman at the Members present were: B. A. :
University of Florida: visited his Belcher, Virgil Bracker, Mills By !
Parrish who are attending the :
2 bedroom O. B. Home oa Cypress; .School of Nursing Orange Memorial parents Mr. and\ :Mrs. R. T. Smith, The monthly luncheon meeting rom, Irene Doub, P. H. Dunckleman -

: ave. ,Owner wishes to sell BOOB. Hospital Orlando spent 'the here over the Weekend.' ,of the Everglades USDA Club was D. W. Fishier, Carl O. Grassl
Price of $8500.00, includes F. H. A. V. E.. Green J. Frank Joyner, Jack
weekend in Pahokee with their held at the Community Building,
Dr..
Loan. and Mrs. L. W. Armstrongwill
Little, E., H. Todd,
Mrs. 1 t Robby Walker,
parents,'Mr.and S. L. Lindsay entertain at their home this Canal Point, Wednesday, October 5 j jwtthD. a, Hiram Whittemore F.
t S bedroom home osHantia aveaae! and Mr..and Mrs. F..S,:'Pa rish. Friday night with a card party. W. Fishier presiding. Wilson Donald Waddell Douglas Carolyn
in beautiful ooadHfefi.' Price $1'rsoo.oo. %,- Two tables of bolivla will be in "
The program was presented by Glover Griffin Bell T.
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--- Mrs. Curtis Chase, Mrs. ,Otto Sum
terms. Bleech.Mrs Norman Kennedy:and play, DR..F. Douglas Wilson Geneticist mers, W. T. Forsee, Jr., and Toni

.Have buyer for' section of mack MrS. Frank Friend attended a : Mrs. Gertrude Burney mother of USDA. Everglades Experiment Breggar. .
"Land Improved Unimproved bridge luneheon ,at the home of Mrs. C. G. Willis, is a patient at Station. Mills Byrom introduced --- -
-, Mrs. Thomas ,Bregger fir Belle the Everglades Memorial Hospitalthis Dr. Wilson, who discussed object STETSON SPEAKER
;. SEE, OR CALL Glade Friday. week after suffering a slights ives 'land accomplishments in the I Gary Hardin. a junior at Stetson
ke keaaf breeding program since its University, who is studying for
DANCARPENTEBREALTOR Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kennedyhad on Monday. inception at,the Everglades Exper- the ministry, will be guest speaker,

3 as guests'over.the weekend nIshrotherinlaw Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stewart of iment Station in 1961. The basic delivering the spiritual message at \

_PHONE Pahokee'7156 or 7386mmmmmmmmmm and sister,,Mr. and Fort Pierce visited her' brother-te- objective, as stated by Dr. Wilson both the. morning and evening ser-
Mm...H. H. Pearson, aad'son, Allen law and sister, Mr. and :Mrs.: Bill is"the ,development of kenaf varetftes vices at.the Pahokee.First Baptist

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Communication Quarter Million


315 Myrtle Street Bequest To Stetson .. 5
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Starke, Florida
October;8, I960 DELAND-Nearly a quarter ,of ,
Mr. Paul Rardin a million dollars has been: left/to ',:

The Everglades News Stetson University by a .DeLeon ;

Canal Point Florida Springs widow who became Inter- ."

Dear Paul:,, ested in the educational opportunities '

Am provided at the DeLand cam ,
enclosing a check for my '
subscription to the Everglades <
pus.By
News as it is always enjoyed each terms of the will of Mrs. G. f fG

The Pahokee ChurchOf The Church Of God Canal, 'PointBaptist 4 week.County I affairs like to and keep we up are with always the ing. H.$100,000 Van Der were Heyden provided, funds total-for ", J '

The Nazarene Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal Church interested in what is happening to scholarships and the residue of the ; ,

our friends and neighbors in that estate estimated as between $125-

71 Bacom.Point Bead Point Road R.v..Charles D. Stewart, Pastor area where they go and who they 000 and $150,000 for constructionof
SUNDAY: r educational buildings at DeLand. '
Charles F. Crauswefl,Pastor John H. Kinard, pastor visit, etc.
Phone 7528 P..O. Box 862 10:00 a. ra.-Sunday School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School We are getting along reasonablywelL The scholarships were designed"for
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SUNDAY 'SBEWZCBS: ; 11:00 a. m.-Preaching'Service 11:00 a. ,m.-MornIng Worship Plan to visit Betty and her worthy students of all faiths."

9:45 a. m,-Sunday,.School. 7:45 Evangelistic Service 6:30 p. m. Training Union. family in Athens next week and Mrs. Van Der Heyden had no t

.. 11:00 a. m.- -Sunday Worship. c 8:00 p.m. Tuesday-V. L. B. 7:30 p. m.-Evening: Worship will see my sister in Griffin a direct connection with Stetson University :\

6:30: p. m.--.Tunfon. .: p. WEDNESDAY: brother in Dahelonega and one.at but through the years developed if
8:00 B.
m. Thursday-W.M.
7:00 p.im: --Sunoay: Evening: p. music 7:30 p. m.-Prayer.. Meeting. Ochlochnee. an interest in the school 1,
Everyone welcome. 'Special -
Evangelistic Service. and Regards ,to Mrs. Rardin. and frequently attended campus ;:t
WEDNESDAY:. I singing. Christian Science Sincerely music concerts. According to

7:30 p. m.--Midweek PraYer'' .. .. H.,L. Speer friends she was an unassuming' f
meeting.. Group Of Canal Point'God's woman ,who showed quiet consideration -

"Where you are.a stranger'. bUt The Methodist Church boundless love for man'will ... of others. In her will, she ,{

'onCe-. I specifically asked no repayment to .
Canal Point FloridaRobert ,be emphasized at ,Christian Youth '
Fellowship her estate from any recipients ot :.;

First Methodist A.-Shelley,Pastor I Science Keynoting churches the Lesson-Sermon on Sunday. on Installs OfficersNew gifts, and no accounting from individuals I' \

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institutions. She ask-
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SUNDAY: .
Church the subject of "Doctrinejof Atonement"
Pahokee -
:10:00 a. m.-church School ,I ed that no building bear her name.
will be the Golden Text fromI New
officers of the Junior High I'
Mrs. Van
11:00 a,m. Morning Worship Der Heyden died Sept.
Rev. T.C. O'Steen John (4:10), : "Herein Is love. not. Methodist Youth Fellowship were 27 I"
6:30 m. Youth Fellowship and her husband 12 years ago.
p. that we loved God but, that he installed Fh-St
SUNDAY: 7:30 p. Evening Worship at the Pahokee The couple came' to this country
9:15 a. m. Church School MONDAY: loved us, ,and sent his Son to be Methodist Church the first of the from Holland where Mr. Van Der "

11:00 ,a. .-Morning Worship, 3:15 p.m.: -Youth Choir practice -the propitiation for our sins." week, with the Rev. T. C. O'Steen Heyden was prominent in financialand

6:45, p. m.-MYF TUESDAY: From "Science and Health with pastor serving as installing officer. law circles.

'.7:45 p.m,-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st Key to the Scriptures" by Mary .. The new slate of officers includes -.-. y f
TUESDAY \ Baker Eddy this will be read (19; Dottie Lair, president; Linda
Tuesday HOME FROM SAN ANTONIO''Billy
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- 2nd :MONDAY; 6): "Jesus aided In reconciling man I f Wilson, vice president; Diana Wilson, Canal Point resident -
tiseWEDNESDAY to God by giving 'man a truer Graham, secretary; Elaine Adams i
7:30 Esther Class
p. m. meeting for returned
many years
: sense of Love the divine Principle treasurer; Diana Hollon MYF
WEDNESDAY: Tuesday from a 12 day trip to San
7:45 p. .-Mid-week devotions of Jesus teachings, and.this truer Fund treasurer; Paula Dukes Sunshine r
7:30 p. m.-Prayer. :Meeting Antonio, Texas, where he visited
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- :, sense of Love redeems man from chairman. Mr. and Mrs. El. f
m :relatives-Mr. and Mrs. Don Huron -
ticeCanal the law of matter, sin,:>and death mer B. Elliott are counselors forthe '
... .While in Texas Billy said they
St. Mary's Catholic by the law of Spiri ,- )..hlaw of ,'gro p. ,
went across the border Into Mexico
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Baptist Church .. J I WEATHER bull fight is enough for him sosaid .

Francis Fennech: Pastor Fall Arl.Exhib'it Mr. Wilson.
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ElderBarfIeld Sunday Mass 11130 a. m I ? At U.,. S.. Sugar Plant Field!

SUNDAY Confessions before Mass., s Planned For Nov. 13 Station at Canal Point. ; :GARDEN CLUB MEET ;
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'10:00: a.xa.-Sunday School ,
11:00 The Sigma Eta Society of Fine max. min. Inches ,show colored slides of "Floi-
f a. m.-Morning Worship
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Arts, Omicron Chapter, made plans [October 5. '87 '69 .00 ida Flowers" at the October meet- ,
*. 7:00 p. n .-B. T. C.
8:00 for its annual fall art exhibit,at a t .octobe'r'6, 87 '69" .04 ing of the Canal Point Garden Club '
? p. m.-Evening Worship ,
WEDNDESDAY: meeting at the home of Mrs. Pearl I October 7 90,,10 .04 at the home of Mrs.O. H. Sheppard

, _7:30 p. .-:Midweek Prayerr -, Santee In Canal: Point, with Mrs. I October. 88 72, 1.10 Thursday at 3 p.m.President Doris.
: Service Edna Barrette co-hostess., The- exhibit I, October 9 91 69 .78 Carter will preside.
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' ,- to be a lolhealine of October 89TI' .00 .
: 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: Mr. and Mrs. John T. Pickett type
, 7:30 p. m.-Ladies ,Auxiliary' (Wanda Harper) of Pahokee announce display? will be held at,the home of October 11 88 '69 ::00' Alice Bell's Charm and Fashion ,:

Meeting. the birth of" a, daughter Mrs.: Lillian Masonic in South Bay Normal October rainfall 5.04 School is the answer to self confi

, Linda Lee, at the Everglades. Memorial Sunday, Nov'13, the public'invited. October 1960 rainfall to date 3.48 dence. Call Pahokee 7365. Oct. 21c

Hospital, Oct. JO. Mrs.. Bernice Sellers of, Pahokee ; '. \!
; St. Peter's Lutheran Mr. and Mrs. Frank Belk (Minnie 'exhibit chairman, will'be 'in chargeof I. .. .4 w-:;:--;::, -'- _, ..... .1 : ; r s

Church Belle Glade Cauthers) of Pahokee announce arrangements. .
the birth of a daughter at the The group voted to sell Christ-
mas corsages and candy as a fundraising NOW OPEN
, August Koerber Pastor Everglades, _Memorial Hospital, t .
r' 601 W. Lake Rd., BeUe Glade Oct. 9.Mr. project. Mrs. Masonic, finance '

SUNDAY: .' and Mrs. James Walker chairman, wi11liave.chargef : ,
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'., 'Divine Services 11 A. M. .. ([Annie,Cecil) -,of Clewiston 'announce this project and, will personallyzke ; for Bowling j _

i School 9.45 A. M. 'the"birth of"a son,,Michael the corsages. Plans. were A ,
Edwin, at'the Everglades Memorial made alsq to, sponsor a rummage But ydu'll have, to excuse our parking, r
..' Oct. 8. sale in Belle Glade Oct. 22.
Hospital
,: ', Holy NativityEpiscopal / Mr .and Mrs. Graham Parhazi Mrs. Mabel Lutz of Belle Glade area. ;,

:' Churchx ((Mary Faircloth) of Pahokee an-- presided in the absence of the president -' Due to inclement weather we've, '
-, 'iounce Mrs. Ruby Jones.SIt,was an- ,
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'9 the b'irth of twins
t 'Pahokee : a son, ; : '
nounced the chapter will condua.a Wen j 'unable to pave .
; Spnnan,,Raye: ,-and a daughter, Ellen '
M. Wendell Hainlin Vicar ) aye,-sat the,-'Everglades'Me' .:workshop at Mrs. Santee'd home ,
c Watch For Our Big Grand: Opening .p
SUNDAY: 'nioriai.Hospital, Oct. 5.Mrs. Monday. Oct. 24. I : ; ,
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t. 10 a. m.-Sunday School'. Thomas Martinez and infant --

R .411' a. .Worship Service son, Thom'Edwardhave: returned -: 'BryantJnterestecTIn : P "Y ;
..J < Glades BOWLING Lanes16LANES
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r .First Baptist from, St. Mary's Hospital; West, Sugar Quota.l.' .': ", -j' -

'*' ,Palm Beach,,, where. ,,Thomas. Ed-, RESTAURANT NOW OPEN"Highway '
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'f'f Church, Pahok ward4was born, Oct. ;2.: Mrs. An- NEW: YORK--Ff: :'BryanFlftpite 80;south: on'Hie:Bend 'Belle Glade

'_ "* **** .. tidnette Vert6mmen 1 of Pal kee:la ; Democratic .nominee, for. ........,.-. h'.......,.... ,r"w H" '.

." ..: SUNDAY SERVICES: w. the: paternal ;grandmotlier"' of the. :goy ti6>, fcas' 'called' for "renioval" ',v

A. ,' &9:45 a. m. -Sunday,School new: ..arrivl,_. >> ./IF' pf federal' restraints on,sugai woduction. -1.,.
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',**8:00 p. m.-Evening Worships :October:Meeting Of ':' that"Florida could,lmost immediately '-,
WEDNESDAY: triple ;:present p'roduclion' of'140OCO'

T" 8:00 p. m.Prayer'14eettng.Church .- 1 :Garden,:Flub;; Set tons of sugarla; year,2x14eventually

... '- rtc I, Increase output tenfold

Of God The Pahokee ,Garden dUD will if the r restrictions were lifted 4 I

hold its October meeting at the He called sugar a vital resourcein .

;Barfield Highway home ofiMrs. Jess M.,Elliojtt Tuesday time ,of war and a step up in

.' -aUlO a.jot.'Mrs.: Elliott -Will production since, Castro's regime ,, I

9:45 A. M.---Sunday School demonstrate the making of poin- started in Cuba becomes a matterof '

... 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship settia blossoms. with plastics!! j and national.defense. OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN I -
7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. ,B. (Par : 1 120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN
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: Mrs. Ivan L. Van Horn of Belle Largest sugar cane'producer: ?n \
: t sonage) Glade the making of artificial the state lsS.' 'Sugar 'Corp.:-in -
<- WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF
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7:30 P. Worship
; -Evening grapes with paraffin. Hostesseswill Clewiston.The company;has thous- I
AT ALL TIMES-
CONSIGNORS
". Meet-
; 7:30 F.M.Tuesday-Prayer be Mrs. J. T. Platt, Mrs. J. S. ands of acres in production in the

.. tog Chastain.:Mrs. C.M._ Todd and Mrs. heart of Florida's Everglades and WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTI.
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7:30 P. M. Friday-chUdren's -
E. A. Jensen. plans are under discussion'for fur- CIPATION AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE .

: Church ther development of the industry. MARKET WHERE: ALL BUYERS BUY WITH
'7:30 P. :M. Friday Y.P.E. F
NEW CIRCLE TO'MEETThe CONFIDENCE
brand new circle of the'Pa TO HAVE MEETING
ANGUS SIMS STRICKEN hokee :Methodist Woman's Society! Palm Lake Associations quart- '

Angus,M. Sims of Canal Point is of Christian Service will meet erly meeting of WMU will be held Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON

':,' ,a patient at Jackson ,Memorial with the chairman Mrs. William I at the Canal Point Baptist church; ,
PAHOKEE-BELLE GLADE ROAD
/, Hospital, Miami, where he was Casto, 'at the home of :Mrs. T. C. Thursday October 20 at 10:00 a.m. 1
at* 8 to PHONE WY 6-5028 GEOKGE YOUNG, MANAGER
taken for treatment after suffer- O'Steen Tuesday p. m. organize -
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-' (. ing a 'heart attack while he and for the coming year. Enroll in Alice Bell's Charm and ,

't.. '"Pforfon Sears were attending the esses will be :Mrsk::Ernest Bost.j Fashion School sponsored by Xi SALES EVERY ?MONDAY AT 1 p. m.F .

: Flr1 :RisefootbaUgeintheOrange ; WSCS presldeatflMrs.R..F. : 'Alpha Mu October. ,24th and 25th.
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'. : Page'Eight: The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida" Friday, October 14. 1960
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.s.,. -. I LT. McCOY:VISITS- '! Local Girls 4H'Cltb{
t' ,, Prebyterian Circle l -- 'I''I'l I

:; Hears Mrs. BosworthA I Li. David McCoy, who has: been I'' Meeting Is Held '
'. ,.3 in training in the U. S. Army for --- ,
:R Bible study on "Living in the.past month at Fort Sam Hous- The Canal Point Girls 4-H Club '1
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.'.,._.!.-'-,;. Christ," with emphasis on, stew- ton, Texas, is spending a week held its first meeting of the year. .\
ardship, was'presented by Mrs. visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Oct. 6th in the school Auditorium. |
, r; Mae Bosworth' at the November W. G. McCoy, and brother-in-law The new leader ia Miss MiriamLo > _I|,
,. meeting of Circle-,Five,' Women -:f and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pinto Assistant Home Demonstration .,,
it'i; the Everglades Presbyterian Church Johnson in Pahokee while being I Agent. '{!
:;. held at Mrs. Bosworth's homein transferred to Fort Belvoir, Va., This being the first meeting of
:; : The,Pahokee Patonettes are a newly formed Baton Corp under the' Pahokee with Mrs,.R. A. Laflinof where he will be stationed. On the year officers were elected: / \
t rI,).; 'direction of Pat Anderson. These little girls have,only had 2% months 'Canal Point, .chairman, presid Tuesday he accompanied his mother l President-Gail Reeves '
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: .:" first performance. will be ,at the Junior Football. Game next Tuesday supplies to the church 'nur- visited his brother, W. T. McCoy, I Secretary-Sharon Johnson.
t:' ,,' night and the following1.Tuesday night. The leader for the group for the and family. 5 j,i Devotional Chairman-Shirley '.
It announced Mrs. RQY
f: first performances will be Nancy Watkins Other girls in the corp'are sery. was
.:/' I as follows: Vandegrift, Sr., Mrs.Bosworth: ,and .-a. Trett j'i
'l-< Kneeling left to.right: Dianne,Wilkinson, Beverly Wood, Sharon Hat- .Mrs. Laflin will be hostesses at a Reporter-Sandy Weeks f f"
t ton Nancy Watkins Joi]Gee Crady Julie' Unwin, Debbie Culberson general meeting of the Women of Brumback Named'ToWelfare Song Leader-rNancy: Harrington '
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;:' Standing: Kay Mills, Jan..Unwin. Marsha Sullivan,' Jackie. Vandegrift, the Church in Belle,Glade, Oct. 18.; .
*A**' Debbie Cross, Jan Kemp GlendaBrewer, Pam Brady Jolene Wilkinson. Mrs. Vandegrift will be hostess at Spot.'I .. ,
+,";-, Debbie Cox is also a member of the Corp but'was not 'present for the the next meeting, of the circle at I i r> -:- r-:

:'' picture.,. her home Nov. 1. .* The county commission Monday i! CARD OF THANKs i '
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f. Plans Are Made To"Hold.CharmSchool I.Girl Scouts Meeting AT HOSPITAL C. L. Brumback as director of the I'Point.To our Pahokee many Belle friends Glade Hn South Canal

Among the patients at the Everglades county welfare department suc-
AtMrs. Plumer HomeThe I
Bay and Clewiston, we wish there
Memorial Hospital Tuesdaywere ceeding Dr. W. E, Vanlandinghamwho I
were words that could express ourj
r Girl Scout Cypress Neighborhood Slade Turbeville Mrs.. Ger- ...., retired October 1. love and gratitude for your many
,. association met at the trude Burney Mrs. Mamie Prince, 'They also approved the appoint- expressions of kindness and love
The city council of theJBeta Sigma home of the chairman, Mrs.. William Mrs;'Mozell Wattes Miss Patricia' ment of Mrs. Laura Burkhard, not only at the time of our Loved
'., Phi Sorority,'at a meeting at S. Plumer last week when Mrs. Mannohg, Mrs. Etta Mae Collier,., Lake Worth as assistant home One's passing, but also during the
the home Mrs. Donna'Elw:er with Calvin Spooner and Mrs. Billy James Miller Mrs. Wanda PIckett, demonstration agent to succeed long months of his illness We love 1
'. the president, Mrs. Lois White, pre- Sheffield were welcomed as lead Mrs. Annie Walker and Mrs. :Minnie I Mrs. Elizabeth Pierce who resigned. you andmay God bless each of you. 1
siding, voted to honor the new ers of the newly organized Brownie Belk. The B. Elliott family.
pledges of the Beta Omicron Chap- :Troop make up of third-grade '
,' ter at a Coke party at the home of school children; and Mrs. Ed Cul-I

f' Mrs,, .J. 'T. Boynton, Oct. 19,,with berson and. Mrs. James, Smith, Jr., J
i Mrs. Norman Aldridge and the social leaders of the new Girl Scout Troop.
' i chairman of the three chapterson 128 composed of Sixth grade I
,the ,committee in charge. Final Mrs.Glenn Brower: and Mrs.F.S. '
plans were 'made for sponsoring Parrish of the troop organizer committee T1-IL2fl" .
;{ the Alice;Bell Charm School at Pa- .. reported a new Brownie :
r hokee, Oct.,24 and,25, with courses troop made up, of second graders
for teenage girls to be.,offered in is in the process of being organizedand Phone 511- Pahokee" Phone WY 6-25QO Belle Glade
the afternoons and for women,.tit will soon start to meet regularly. -
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sorority will again assist in the 'It was announced a scout leader's I SALES and SERVICE "j 1 : I
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March of Dimes campaign next orientation course! will be given for -. 1 ,
I :March by sponsoring the Mothers the,new troop 'leaders later this I Heating =-=, Air Conditioning '. Appliances J i
March'oh Polio in the Pahokee-Ca- mpnth. Mrs. Glenn Brower and

nal Point area. The next meeting Mrs. Jean White of Belle ,Glade to JA\.J\.J-; '"_\ .:: fAy:: / J\.J""J\.vva.VU\.J\.Jv.\.J_ AVA\J\J\Jm\Jj J..I'V.Jj: l.lofl WWJ! lM MI"r ""
of' the council was set for Nov.. 1 serve as instructors; also that a
at,the home'of Mrs. Joan Tucker. scout leadership' course will ,be ,-;-:-- \
at the Belle Glade Scout'Hut ( ,, -. "
: Reports on the council's actions, given 'f1.
> w: re given at the meetings of"thethVee Nov.2 9 and 12 and'on Wednesdaysfor t J't. "
chapters held separately on six,weeks following.Mrs. '"
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Thursday at'-'homes of members. EL C.Johnson, leader of sen' \ ;, ..: : .

t :a Th4 'Rev Robert.A.. 'Shelley ofCanal lor'trOop 38,, and her Scouts vol- ;...-:.;;) ... '
" Point was guest speaker at unteered to get the room,donated '# >.
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L f tfie ,meeting of-the XI' Beta, TauChapter' by the'First Methodist Church for _, -T

at, the home of ;Mrs Lillian use by Girl Scouts, in condition for ... .. ..< .'1'of :, "
". Hatton with Mrs. Willola scout work. It will be used by the : "' '' ; ,

. Moss, president, presiding. introduce troops for a: workshop ,and' the' ; .;::C : '
C by Mrs.. Norman Aldridge, he storing of supplies! ", 'v', "
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'fipo&e on "The Good We. Plans ,: ,- -;
Were made for a steak supper'at sale of Girl, Scout calendars. -. : -,
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Oct. 15, with Mrs. ,Lois White social Sod Busters. Learn
chairman in charge, and hus-
bands of members to be guests. Plant Propagation I EJ

Mrs Moss will be hostess at .the. r,
next regular'meeting, Nov. &&' The. firSt'' regular meeting the
\.' ,Rushees of the Beta Omicron season of the Sod Busters Garden

Chapter, Miss Lyimette Hammond Circle was held at.the home of the: ,
Mrs. ''Lester Hatton, Mrs. William president, Mrs. Barbara Wilder,
Hatton, Mrs. John Zimmerman'and Tuesday, when Walt Whitaker of
Mrs. Elmer'B. Elliott, Jr., were introduced : the Kilgore Seed Company gave a ,
:: by Mrs. W. A. Cross,, Jr., demonstration of air-layering and
vice president, at the chapter meeting budding methods of propagation of
at the home of Mrs. J. V. plants and told what flower seeds
: Thomas, Jr., with Mrs. Jimmy cart be used to advantage: '''In South

.- Moore, president, presiding. -The Florida. The:speaker:was introduced .r. \
social, events calendar for the year by :W. E., McCalll: Mrs. Wilder

was. presented by Mrs. Julian was in charge'' of program arrange-
Branch, chairman. Mrs. C., L. Shirley ments., Mrs. Frank Friend president ,
Jr., announced Mrs. Earl Max.- ,,of-,the-...Pahokee'Garden Club,' s1/y'.t ;- ""
,sort of Xi Alpha Mu hasbeen'named a visitor, announced, a flower ar- J i F""Td ,;
( ,general chairman of the sorority rangements school will be, held at t ,Z;'! '
's annual 'Valentine dance. Mrs. Belle Glade, Oct. 27-29,. i -, S.\
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: *Moore,''briefly, reviewed highlights The ,day following' the meeting i-

: :'j to'the'history; of Beta.,Sigma Phi, I the,circle.held'a workshop.at Mrs. I 'to -' ..
,, s and.Mrsi; ,Thomas: ,presented the} Wilder l home, to''practice air layering 'bft31- ;'.... :; : 'f:, ;. .
program, "Your Poise and Charm" and budding.It was announced ; ".
Mrs, _Salvatore will be hostess at the next' business meeting will .
Ithe next meeting Oct. 20. be on Nov. 1, at the Wilder home, i(44 ts themodern way for a modern day.. '.
.Ruth this meeting'also to be followed;
,Tillery was re-instated ..
as-a member of the.XI Alph; ;MChapter bya, workshop.thevday- following. CLEANER: Flameless electricity won't BETTER! Flameless electric cooking pre !.'.
at the meeting at the'home smudge pots and pans nor produce soot serves food color, flavor and healthful ..
of Mrs. Cornelia Chase, with Mrs. t Make Plans For- ... and greasy film to dirty your kitchen, minerals.Vitamins are not"boiled away'* '", .,'t
Kay Sears, co-hostess,' and President -: walls and curtains. Up to 15% less meat shrinkage. ,.> ',''f

; Joan Tucker presiding. It was (continued from page 1) COOLER! Flameless electric cooking CHEAPER! The operating cost of a mod ,. ... .r ,j
announced tickets for the Alice BeD ways thehigh school curriculum keeps the kitchen 8 to 16 degrees cooler em electric range is about a penny meal 1 ;+..
,Charm,School, Oct.. 24 and 25,'maybe attempts to meet the needs of all than -flame-type units which emit heat per person. Sunshine Service electricity '; 'J":'... ;
:obtained from Mrs. Jennie Wil- students. He introduced instructorswho along' with soot and other products of is the biggest bargain in town. i .f

.loll, Mrs. Wilma Alley and 3Irs.Denna are teaching special courses at combustion See your electrical appliance dealer to. ) .: ;-',
Plumer, the committee incharge the school, including Edward R. EASIER Electric ranges automatically day and enjoy the blessings of flameless ,', y'' ,r
: also that tickets for the Popper,. industrial ,arts,;., Joshua, provide exactly measured heat at'finger? electric cooking. : ,, '
courses for teenage girls are being Seaver, diversified cooperative tip' control., ,#-------------------..- ',. "
sold by the girls of. the Future training; and Reginald Whiteside. SAFER Electricity; is 1lam-free, fumes- I.I' There are good reasons why. .
Hdmemakers Association half then scienses. Each of the instructors nearly a million Florida families I
free for precious peace of mind.No danger I
have switched to electric cooking. I ,
proceeds.to go to FHA.Recipes spoke of his work at the school in .:from open flames. No,constant-burning : Call your nearest FPL office and I <
of Russian food dishes were distributed introducing special courses. pilot light. Safe as an electric light bulb! the fact.
Mrs. R. Sjmonson ,-get ___ __
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by Miss Barbara Myatt. program ----- ---- '.
Pans! were made for a buffet'sup- chairman announced CoL Ellis '. ........1FLORIDA :
per at the home of Mrs.Helen Jean Altman Civilian Defense director, 10"
BOynton, Oct. 23, at, whiCh Alice will be guest speaker at the No- -tk.; 1q ; / ) '

Bell will be guest of .honor ,and vember ''meeting. Mrs. Herman ,.. m, II.
husbands'will be invited. A,Monte Ka':1tz. hospitality chairman and
Carlo party .atthe home of'Tars. her hostess' committee served refreahraeat&in POWER & LIGHT COMPANYtf' Jr-.

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