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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: November 25, 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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System ID: UF00079910:00049
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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November 25, 1960CIRCULATING PUBLISHED, WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN I k kt



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: Belle Glade Rams Early CompletionP. I Lions In Monthly Talton Joyce Is Local! 4-H Clubbers j

B. Coy Health Bldg.An Highly Honored
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Win From Pahokee -- : Meeting On: Nov. 17 Receive AwardsCanal ;
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early completion of the new Sheriff Sam (Talton) Joyce I :
county health building is being Indian River County was I .
I The Belle Glade Rams were forc- sought by the county commission f The Palm Beach County Association ed the annual "Good I Point and Pahokee, 4-11 i ii
ed to extned themselves to the utmost which this week threatened to call of Lions Clubs held its monthly Award" by the Vero Beach i Club members were among those i
in order to eke out a 10-7 in a bonding company to finish the ', meeting at the MacArthur Dairy Chamber Commerce at a who received awards at Palm j
victory'over a battling> ', underdog project if the contractor continued Building on November 17. quet held last Friday night. Beach County's Second Annual :
e Pahokee Blue Devil team in the an- to hold up the"job. I[ Albin R. Olson, Association Vice- In presenting the ward to' 4-H Clubs Awards Banquet'held in ;
., ual Glades Thanksgiving Eve foot- The board noted that the con- I President and member of the North Joyce, president Earl Groth of the Mounts Building. Military I
ball classic played'on Lair Field tractor had already been given an l'I Palm Beach Lions Club, presided. Jayces said that Joyce had I(I Trail Saturday evening, with W.
Wednesday night. extension of time on the job due to Olson declared the annual Light "nothing but, honor and dignity A. England,. Boys' 4-H County
With the score tied, 7-7, in the a steel strike and that he had drag- Bulb Sale held in October a great his office." Council president, presiding.
final moments. of the game ,Belle gd his feet months beyond the ;x- I I success. The Sight Conservation Joyce was cited for his Janette Harrington of Canal
Glade set up the winning tally by extension. programs of the member Lions activities'in community bett Point received a poultry project
intercepting a Pahokee pass and The board :Friday received an i:. Clubs will be able to offer expanded and his co-operaiton with many award (pin) In the Senior Girls
Clarence Throop became the hero amended contract for the job and coverage' as a result of this ef- ganizations in the county. group. Teddy McCall of Canal
of the evening for the Bell Glade instructed County Engineer Steve Sheriff Joyce, a former Point, Junior Boys group, was ;
fans'when he'.booted a threepointfield Middleton to get a definite com- fort.Knute Rosengren Association of the Glades area, was a awarded a pin for the best dairy .
goal from four yards out. The pletion date. Secretary-Treasurer and memberof of the FJorida Highway Patrol b project also a trophy, donated hy
Rams were the first to score in the If these measures fail the board the Riviera Beach Lions Club fore his election as sheriff. Boutwell Dairy, for having thl ..;,"
initial period when their alert de- said it will call on the contractors reported a total profit of $3,880.00. mother, Mrs. Maxine Joyce most outstanding dairy project J Jn '
fense blocked a Pahokee punt and bonding company to finish the-pro This represented 98 percent of the at 121 Second Avenue in Iahokee.Safety Palm Beach County' during the '
t Johnny Bass passed from one-yard ject.VenaMaeSchroder. -, A "
high goal originally set. Rosengren ,1959-1960 school year.
/". out to Roger Walker, in the end -- stated the county Lions are plan- In the Junior Girls group, Elizabeth
i zone. ning to double the amount of sales Program In Gist of Pahokee was awarded I
; The Blue Devils' stout defenses next year. / I a pin for her clothing project; ,
t: held the ,tams scoreless through Warren Sinot, Association Light' Canal Point School Nancy Harrington pin, entomology
I the second and third quarters, Honored By Circle Bulb Chairman and member of the project; and Hazel Sheppard, junior
then late in the fourth Pahokee's I I West Palm Beach Southside Lions leadership pin. .
Halfback ,John Davis shoved the' 'I I Club, said the cooperation andteamwork A safety program at the Mrs. Elizabeth Pierce, who as assistant .
: ball across for a TD,only to have Mrs.. Vena :Mae Schroder 'one of of the county clubs, Point School .will be sponsored ; home demonstration agent '
t, the score nullified because of the the founders of'the'Pahokee :Meth- matched with the "Do Unto Oth the Canal Point Lions Club, was active as a County leader in
crowd of fans standing in th< end odistWomari.s'SOciety of,.Christian ers"' endorsement-by the public, ccrding to plans made at-the wee Girls 4-H",work before,she was re-
', zone. On the next play QB'. penny: I Setvice, was honored.; by: members'fei had. made this'an. ;.outstanding" Jjrp- IjTOinner meetingjof'the club.. I ctotty appointed assistant ,supervisor .. '.'
'-, Padgeti'Tassed'eightyardi ta;,C fce; eyviy.'organized' .WSCS .circle' :,.-r r ject. - -:- large Lions school safety :of cafeteria for Palm.Beach ,l\
.- tis RussOm. for the TD that w.. sr' r gt'the November meeting at the 1 I Whit Williams, Association Publicity will be presented to the "1 County Schools, was awarded a
good. home of Mrs.. R; F. Hurt Monday Chairman and member of the this ,banner to be placed i special plaque, in appreciation of
( The Blue Devils' game was much night, when it was voted .to 'nameit Lantana Lions Club, reported that ately below the nation's flag her 4-H work, for the past 10 years,
i' improved over their performance the Vena Mae Schroder Circle. invaluable advertising assistance I will fly halfmast whenever an : Janette Harrington, president of
. T' of the previous week when they Mrs. Schroder, one of the piopeer had been received. Williams ex cident occurs at the school. In I the Girls 4-H County Council, made
were smothered by New Smyrna residents of this area, ,has, been pressed the Association's appreciation : :dition, each school room will r :,the'presentation on behalf of both
.i-' Bach 27-0, but still not good I very active in religious and civic for the aid given the projectby I ceive a smaller safety banner." the Boys and Girls County Coun--
enough for the win ,necessary for work during her: residence here, the public spirited news made. rangements are 'being made for cils.
gaining possession of the "BillContinuea serving as WSCS president and County newspaper, television and :FJorida Highway Patrol 'safety Mrs.;Pierce presented the awards
k ... .( on page 8) holding innumerable other officesin I (continued on page 8) (continued on page 8)
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t : the WSCS and ,the First Meth .... im -
in assembly at the time of the
Sugar Potential odist Church as well as various entation ,of the banners. 'Polio Needed'WiD
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civic organizations, down through Funeral Services I .In another move to make
the years. Following their decision school children more safety i.s"f'
Great.In Glades members sent her a telegram: Mrs. Leola BerryFuneral J scious, the Lions will Be Raised '
"Congratulations! We. have honored with PTA in the organization of
/ you by naming the new WSCS I safety patrol at the school. .
The Cuban political situationhas circle of the First Methodist Chur- services for Mrs. Leola Melvin Paul, local Contestants will vie for exciting,
centered attention on.the sugar ch, the Vena Mae Schroder Circle," Berry 78 of Fort Lauderdale were and Johnny Kautz, Pahokee i'II trip prizes on the huge 2nd Annual
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producing' potential of the 'Glades signed,, Vena" Mae Schroder Circles held in Boynton Beach Saturday, School senior who was selected [Poliotelethon Talent' Contest, to
area of Palm Beach and Hendry members. with burial at the Pinecrest Ceme- the faculty to serve as
counties. At the business session with! tery, Lake Worth. member of the club for the I I I I' e simulcast from the stage of the
Vegetable growers are interested Mrs. Bill Casto, chairman, presid- Mrs. Berry ,a resident of Fort school year, were inducted as Royal Poinciana' Playhouse over
since cane offers amore stable re-' ing, the group voted ,to prepare a I Lauderdale and Lake Worth for 20 members with A. R- I the facilities WEAT-TV Channel
turn on their _investment than Christmas basket for a needy family years died at a Fort Lauderdale past president, in charge.. 112 I arid WEAT-Radio, 850 Kcs, beginning -
j winter vegetables., Today many Mrs. Myers Fountain to be in hospital Wednesday of last week President P. A. Slonaker I at 11 o'clock Saturday.
.e ,vegetable;growers are considering charge. Mrs. Hurt had on displaythe after a'short illness. ed good progress had been (November 26th -and continuing
: cane growing'as a more promising Christmas cards being sold as s Survivors include three sons, on the club-sponsored I through the night to 1 o'clock on
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crop fund-raising project. It was an- i Samuel of Pahokee, Jerry C. of ing turkey shoot. II Sunday, the 27th. '
For years vegetables were con- (continued on ,page 8) I Boynton Beach and Marvin of Fort Top winners in' the Talent Con-
!! sidered the, big money crop, but it "$ Lauderdale; three daughters, Mrs.. test feature of the Poliotelethon,
has proved a costly gamble, for I Juniors To Present Lillie Wetherington and' Mrs. Mer- Gift Basket Plan which is held to benefit the Na-
many growers and today it appears vin McClearry, both of Fort lauderdale : tional Foundation,will receive desirable
-' that the growing of cane is a safer Their Class Play and Mrs. William LunJy of By Pahokee'WSCS trips such as a vacation for
adn more profitable proposition. Bradenton; three sisters, three two in New York, with tickets for
The United States Sugar Corpo- The Pahokeg. High School Junior brothers, seven grandchildren and Plans to fill a Christmas the top six broadway hit shows.
ration is largely .responsible. Until Class will present the class play, eight great grandchildren.Those Another trip includes an all-ex-
this organization entered the' field "House for Sale ,Haunted," in from Pahokee who attended basket for shut-ins, with, Mrs. pense paid weekend at Las Vegas.
and under.the leadership of C. S, the high school auditorum Thurs- the services were Mr. and Mrs. ty Holman ,in charge, were :([Nevada. A glamorous cruise for '
Mott spent'' millions of' dollars on day and Friday nights, Dec. 1 and Samuel Berry, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. by members ol the Miriam two to Nassau has been: arranged, .
research to develop a cane veriety 2, curtain time, 8 o'clock. Wetherington, Mr*ahd Mrs. Billy Pahokee WSCS, at the :."and another all-expense sojurn at
suitable for the 'Glades area, cane The hilarious and suspenseful Rawls and Mrs. C. L. Wilder. meeting at the home of Mrs. the famous Jack Tar Grand Ba-
growing for the independent farmer three-act mystery-comedy was Pickett. with the chairman, I hama Club in West End will also ,
was a hazardous project., written by James Tobias and is be- FOREIGN VISITORS gia Frick, presiding. A love I be awarded. ,
With the development of sturdy ing directed by Robert Hoffman, Among the visitors from foreign ing was received by the I Residents of the Glades may
disease resistant, high yield cane PHS librarian, who has the cast lands at the USDA Sugar Cane from Mrs. Miriam Dulany of I make contributions by calling the
the situation has changed and t> about ready for dress rehearsals. Field Station in Canal Point the Glade former member after Glades Office WY 6-5511. These
,day cane growing offers greaterand Members of the class who appearin past week were L. N. Modi, general the circle was named. Circle will, be relayed Palm Beach and
safer returns on the invest- the play are Sue Brower, Cath- manager,of Razabuland Sugar Co., bers added donations to the announced from the Platform. of
ment than any other 'Glades crop. erine Young, Alice Hurt, Vicki Al- Rampur India, and Mrs. Modi; Dr.J. ing, the entire sum to go to a the Playhouse. Collections will be
As a result indications point to a ley, Bonnilu Lair Margie Kahn, M. Bovi, Parris France and family; at Christmas: time, made by members of the Jaycees of
rapid development of the area. The Sue Sheridan, Jimmy McElhenhy, Luis R. Alfonsin Buenos Aires, Argentine Elsie Sims to be. in charge of Pahokee and Belle Glade through)
Osceola Farms Company recently Jimmy".J'ackson, James Batchelor, S. A. Dr. Russell L. Steer rangements. the cooperation of the, Police Departments -
leased 4,000 acres of desirable Joey Ezell, Don Kelly, Roger Hat- from the USDA Experiment Sta- The program "Into All of Pahokee, Belle Glade .
sugar cane land and is preparingfor ton and Johnny..Russom.. .... tion, Beltsville, Md., was also a World Together," was presented and South-Bay.
extensive operations. They plan visitor. Dr. E. H. Todd, plant path- Mrs. Doris Lane. Mrs. Ruth ..
the establishment of a sugar factory Mr. and Mrs.: Louis"E.. Hayes and ologist at the Canal Point station, penter gave the devotionals. It Miss Harlene Williams of Miami '
with a capacity of 2,200 tonsa family were guests of her brother, is spending several days at plant announced the circle's is spending'the holidays in Pa- .
day Operations are scheduled to Police Chief'Jesse' Taylor, and family experiment stations in Louisiana party newt month will be, at- hokee with her parents; Mr. and
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: ,Page Twi The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, November" '25,196J;
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t To N.Y i HOLY NAME SPEAKER I
Whew! W.P.B. I Steven Klestinec of West Palm!Mission Study Book

, J t In Record Time j Beach, Deanery president was Planned On Fridays '
w I guest speaker at the November

.r' If ; Lunch in the Palm Beaches with I meeting of the Holy Name Society I A mission book study to be givenon
f breakfast and dinner in New York i of St. Mary's Church, Pahokee, and Fridays during the month of
;will be possible next month when I j St. Phillip's Church, Belle Glade, !!January was announced by Mrs.
i Eastern Airlines starts its "pure 'which, was held in Belle Glade. The I II 'I Arch Blakey at the meeting of the

i jet" service between these two I speaker pointed out,the desirability j I[I Margery Lair Circle, Pahokee
l :points. IOf all Catholic organizations to use j I|WSCS, at the home of Mrs. John
'. The county commission this week ,the facilities of the press available Padgett, with Mrs. Ralph Stanley,
I I sei the first week in December, as ::to them in order to give ,communities |\,chairman, presiding.
"Eastern Airline Jet Week" to a better understanding of I I[I The group voted to prepare sun-

1 i<- Tr coincide, with the first flight from,jl 1!Catholic_functions.. j shine baskets for both Thanksgiv-,
the Palm Beaches set for Dec. 1.IT. -t;*' I II |I ing and Christmas. Each member

I. The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida' T. Sherwood Eastern repre-I Union Meeting B i:; i![I was asked to bring a gift of food
sentative told the commission the for the Christmas basket at the

';.t. + .. THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE. REGION HOME, '. OF- ... new flight will originate in New I Canal' Pt. Churches. next meeting, which will be at the
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/! York, turn around at Palm Beach home of Mrs. L W. Armstrong'
: THE EVERGLADES" NEWS / International Airport and returnto I Churches of Canal Point 'sponsored -' It was announced the Margery
.New York. Flying time betweenthe I a'Union Thanksgiving ser''Lair group will be in charge of the
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, Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without two cities is scheduled for 2 ,vice held at the Methodist Church program at the general meeting of
l hours and thirty minutes. Thursday from 9:30 to 10 a. in., : the WSCS in January. Mrs. L. W.
30 Years
I Interruption Every Week for More Than.
I with the Rev. Charles D. Stewart, I Brown received as a new member.
:f\ Established Marc'11..1924'' -, Published Every Friday BIRTHDAY PARTY pastor ,of the Canal Point Baptist 1 I Mrs. C. A. Major presented the

.. Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Church, delivering ThankSgiv-I I program I "Into All the World Together -
Mrs. Frank Crawford entertained -I ing message. Also on the programwere /* Mrs. Thomas G. Higmte
< News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn '
... Everglades with an outdoor party in the the Rev. Robert Shelley, ?I I gave the devotionals.
Canal Point Florida, as Second Class :Matter pastor of ,the Methodist Church, -- -
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city park, honoring her daughter,
Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher and the Rev. Reuben Barfield,II Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkerson Jr.
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Vicki, on her sixth birthday ann!
pastor of the First Missionary Bap- had as dinner guests on Thanks-
f .. versary. Contest prizes were I tist Church. giving Pay Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
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awarded to Nancy Harrington and i Stevens, Sr.,"and Mr. and Mrs. Ray '
; Here ,Is. What Transpired At Monday's I Bill Blackwell. The hostess was as- Mrs. Elmer Maxson will be the ':Hawk, Jr., of Pahokpc; and Mr.
sisted by Mrs. Pat Turbeville and: guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson'': and Mrs. L. C. Brown, HI, and
i. Meeting Of The Palm Beach '
Mrs. TomMullins. in Miami Saturday. ,children of West Palm Beach.

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v 'The county commission in a tie' Opened bids for culverts, bridge

vote, turned down an application I I timber, photostat binders, voting :i
from Palm Beach Aviation to move I
I machine insurance, remodel immigration -
I to Palm Beach International Air. :
'. pqrt from its present location at building at the airport, i

Lantana. II moving a detention building at the Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Gladev
transfer has been
The
proposed in children's home and for resurfac-
and out of commission meetings ing State Road 701'at Jupiter. j
SALES and SERVICE
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for' several weeks.Commissioners Decided to investigate the state '\ i !
Lake Lytal and railroad commission's decision on
Ben Sundy voted to let the firm a proposed merger of the Atlantic I_ Heating = Air Conditioning -- Appliances I ",

, move, and _Chariman, Paul Rardin Coastline and Seaboard Railroadsand J' If. ,
Joined with Commissioner Roy to let
the I commission's reaction 'WLvwi lWI1yJW.lM4f1Wi1YJ! 1WjlyJ1Y.ljjJ.llljY..I,1UI'1WjWJi1.\.l! } "WIlJ Ltt1Vti\.J.Y..lt v..II'.vJ. WljJ.ll 1J.lliWJI'VJ jV 1Y.1l.vJ1Mij'MlIi; I
, Michael Jr., to cast the dissenting I be known at a hearing next .
, votes. Foster was not present. I Monday in Virginia. ',
Xytal said, he favored the pro- r ,Approved an 'appraisal of more I I I
posal because it would mean good 'than a half million dollars for rightof I II I

,. competition for Butler Aviation way near Boynton Beach for im-I I fare's real news. ,
,,:; which now holds an exclusive contract ,proYement of U. S., Highway 1. I I f .? .
as base operation. Michael Voted to 'ask the State Turnpike"

contended that, now was 'not tho Authority add the name of Lake ; r'' !
time:to bring In additional comp t-: Worth to the list of interchangecities : :
ition for Butler, since the county on Turnpike sign boards and '
stands ,to gain:more from a single j also to add the name of Green- a" } 11
. operator in the payment of rents acres City to the list,of towns that ;,NEWI "

and,percentage of sale ." j(can be 'reached from the Lake i
In other actions the board: "I I Worth interchange. '
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1\fr..# Mr.,J. :B. Crosby"_ Airport Title ToP I ) \ j..

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:Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crosby, who It appeared this week that withina
were among the earliest settlers short' time, Palm .Beach Countywill !8coveLf4 !
In the Pahokee-Canal'' '' Point area, regain title to Palm Beach In- '

celebrated their' 50th wedding :an. ternational Airport which'has been ; ,
niversary Sunday afternoon, Nov. operated since the Airforce departed \ !
13, at the home of, their son-in-law on a temporary: lease arrange r: : .
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Lee Allen -Atlanta: Ga., where Commissioner Kenneth Foster, ,WATER HEATER 1 ;'
they are. now living, according to who with Airport Director 'Frank : : I
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word .receives here..by,,,friends.. Sakser, held a recent conference c :
For many ,years, before the :with FAA authorities hi Fort
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Glades was cleared and drained for Worth,'T ex., said the county will he never lets you : 0 '
farming operations Mr.: and, Mrs given, what federal agencies referto A d \ ;, ,
Cr byLoperated\ 'a' general Jtore' I as the contonment area. run short of ___0 \ jj j
and: postoffice on3 Bacom' Point,- Lands' j i. _
,to the 'north of the field
servingjtfid fliiernienof, Lake I I I and a'600 acre tract ,on the south I :really hot water \ & -
tikeechobed etch ztime when 'fishing -
are not included In the proposed
'was the major industry in*this transfer. / "
Lrea"''Whe&'> Glares,- farming -be- '
The commission decided to
ctuaie-wide3tead,'i.r.:Crosby,'grew, join : ; '
\vJnterl-Vegetables for several years the school board.hi seeking title to ( -.;,., J" : ,, t. it .. :
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the lands which, are,located, northof ; ,* tr* *
before .his retirement, A :few, years Belvedere.Road and in the mean Oceans of 'piping hot water for,.,all, your farm ",,: :w,,"'h, >:: d (n',..'. 'r :'
ago-he'suffered:-a paralytic stroke ,
thai: left-him ,bedfast, but still in time, to speed up a survey of buildings I. and:home needs for pennies a day! These ;v-- / v
in the contonment,area and to
good For thef Ut.two' years' Mr. and "
:Mrs.,Crosby have been making the airport Federal authorities water you-need.-when you need it...where you "'> i

their home with their.daughter andfamUgdn'Atlantan i have asked their reviews.for the survey to complete need it. Automatic, clean, quiet 2nd depend = (,

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: also have I able as only ftameltss electricity can,be. See .
a son, Louis,.Crosby, seven ,grandchildren Foster also advised the commission y (
.and several ,great grand- that immediate steps to com- I your electrical ,appliance dealer, plumber or __ _" r : I
children. Mrs,''Crosby is the sister i lete the, transfer of great im- \ electrical contractor. .. ,- !
of Mrs. I. S. Guthrie of Pahokee portance, since a firm which is expected I il.Enjoy. care.lra modem #

.... and: Mrs. R. L. Guthrie of Delray to,hire up"to 2,000 employesis .. ," 1 '' r.. I
Beach.NAZARENE.MEEEi, seeking' location on the base. 1 I', -' !" I I _ffnJ.

,,_ ...a They will 'not Fostersaid, ,build U

w not any held Installation by the county.on lands' that ore 71iw1r a Na,2 j;g&9 to 4 meal per pemoal !,

,Mrs.. Leona Raineri ,presented a .' NO FLAMES NO FUMES < :
:program on "Missions in Argen BROWNIES MEET :'i SAFER, CLEANER COOLER'I I

tine" at. the,.November meeting of Members or Brownie Troop 80 at r ON THE FARM AND IN THE ''}, Nearly a million Florid Fim- .' .',. .
Wornan's
the Church'ot'the: Nazarene I the regular meeting at the First .', --1:: lEes htv switched to tltmt" I
; Society of Foreign Missions Methodist Church made doll houses SERVICE ELECTRICITY IS THE BIGGEST $i, less electric cooking.vtr /{' I
held at the church, with Mrs. Earle depicting "Christmas at Homa" BARGAIN IN YOUR BUDGET W': *." 0 '* l, ilj rw
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Pitts, president presiding. Mrs. theme which they will enter in the Jti" 'W' :t : .. .
f Fannie Todd,of Canal. Point led in Christmas decorations contest for I
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the devotionals.. Girl Scouts being sponsored by the FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY _

Beta Sigma ,PhI Sorority. Presentat jMM$uila :- ;
W. M. DuBose of;Jacksonville Is the meeting were troop leaders, HELPING BUILD FLORIDA "7ittt _
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;' and Mrs.:, Ross Spear have as Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgett \ \

c' a guest his sister Miss Bell Spearof visited their son-in-law and daughter -

I Tifton, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Garcia, ,.

Jr., and children, in Tampa over
Mr. and Mrs. 'Ponce McDonald the weekend. c,
ti and.daughter Carol of St. Peters- .

burg are"holiday guests here of her I Pvt. Devie Dixon, who Tecently ..
and aunt his boot training at the
V.-: : brother, George Maxson, completed
Y' ,. Mrs. Mamie Maxson. U. S. Marine Corps base, Camp Le-
Jeune, N. c., is spending a 10-day
,t Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend, Mr. leave with his mother, Mrs. Robert

i: .. and Mrs.,Rupert Mock and Mr. and Dixon, in Pahokee.Mr. .
r< .,- Mrs. Roscelle Wilson and families
.' spent Thanksgiving camping "in the J and Mrs. J. P. Herring have

.;'{' woods near Orlando. returned from Dothan Ala., where
.." they were called b'y the illness of
; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hillard of _
his sister, ,Miss Jeanine Herring.Mr. :
, Orlando were guests here Sunday
_' of her brother-in-law and sister, I and Mrs" Charles Moran haveas

t Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Youngblood, and a guest this week her son, Dan HFVE&1 r_

,' family. Padgett, and grandson, Gordon _

.f'.' Padgett, of Hamilton. Ohio.
T. Ratt.have as '
', Mr. and Mrs. J. _
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: daughter and family: Mr. and Mrs. from a week's visit with __

R. B. Chastain,' and daughter Deb- her parents in Savannah, Ga.J. .

bie, of',St. Petersburg, and Miss --
t, Judy Platt, student at Florida Lane Woodcock of, .Camden, The Palm Beach County 4-H Club are Central Junior High of West I active 4-H Club Council.

State University, Tallahasee. S. C., is a guest here of his brother Council has erected on the roads Palm Beach, Belle Glade Teenage, Thispicture was taken at tae

i and sister-in-law, Mr. and'Mrs.' : bordering the county, nine 4-H South Bay Boys and Girls, Canal I Martin Palm Beach County Line.
f: Eugene Buchanan who is employed Fred Woodcock.Mr. Welcome signs. Some of the 4-H .Point Boys and Girls and,the Coun-
Left to right: M Gurganois. ,
by Eastern Air Lines, is a. and Mrs. William S. Plumerare Clubs contributing to this project t ty Council. This was one of the objectives President Lake Harbor Girls;
f' holiday guest of his parents, Mr. : of the Council which
they
spending the holidays in.Ashe- Sharon Roberts, President t South
at Ca-
W. K. Buchanan,
and Mrs. I
t Point. f ville, N. C., with their son, Billy, I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain left .attained.. this year. I Bay Girls; Ann Murray, Vice President
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who is a student at the Asheville Tuesday to spend Thanksgiving The County Road Department Palm Beach Girls County

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Armstrong School for Boys. with their son-in-law and daughter, I I cooperated with the Council in Council and President of Belle

,- and children and her mother, Mrs. whois Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith, at Tif- I erecting these signs so that they Glade High Club; Janette Harrington -
Hall
James (Rusty) ,
Cpl. ton, Ga. They will also visit another would be in place prior to the con- of Canal Point, Presi-
, Helen Murray, of Hialeah were stationed by 'the U. S. Marine
, ,. I son-in-law and daughter, vention of the National Associationof dent Palm Beach Girls County
dinner guests of his parents Dr. at New River N. C., is
Corps Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Griffies, Jr., County Agricultural Agents, Council; Freddie McKee, President I
and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong, in Pa- spending a two-week furlough and family at Calhoun and Mr held in Miami October 30 to No- Canal Point Boys; Gail ReeVes,
o ,hokee Thanksgiving Day. with his' Mr. and Mrs.
parents Chastain's brother and sister-in- vember 3. It was also felt that President Canal Point Girls; Mike

I 'I* Mrs. J. E. Williams and daughter Kenneth Hitchcock, in Pahokee. law, Mr. and "Mrs. Oscar Chastain, these signs would let visitors know I II Mansfield, President Canal Point I

Velma are holiday guests of Mrs. H. J. Anderson has returned and family at Thomasville before that Palm Beach County has an Boys.

I I, her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. from Stratford, Conn., where she I returning home.. I I
and Mrs. John S. Nelson, and family her
was called by the illness of Mrs. E. J. Newsome and daughters -
atSt. Agustine. daughter, Mrs. Leon Kistner.Mr. t
of' West Palm Beach were THANK YOU.

Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hurt had and Mrs. Howard Boatwine guests here Sunday of her brother- -.. .

: as guest, over: the weekend their returned this week to their home in in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.

son-in-law' and daughter Mr and Saltville Va., after a visit with Jack Spencer! and family.Mr. for your vote and support in my

Mrs. Jack Nye and sons, Sean and their son-in-law and- daughter, the '
and Mrs. Luke DuFrense campaign for re-election.
Jim of West Palm Beach. / A. at
'f Rev ,and Mrs. Robert, Shelley,
have as guests through the holi-
Canal Point. I will to work
r wife this Mrs. Grace continue
L. L. Shirley Joined his days their daughter,

;- week at Daytona Beach where they Miss Brenda Unwin is scheduledto Chase .of Lantana* ,and grandson, for an even greater
I undergo surgery at Good Samar- Phillip Grant Chase, who fa a student a
were dinner guests'of their son-in- and more progressive W '... \
itan Hospital West Palm Beach, at Stetson University, Deland. .
; law and Mr. and Mfs. '
daughter Friday.' Her mother, Mrs. Horace Florida. ;;
Thanksgiving Mrs. Rufh Meredith was the /
Richard Thierry, on Unwin, plans to stay in West Palm) '
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Day. He will be accompanied home Beach, the house.guest of Mr. and guest tlP yJ 1 II.OYL.
this weekend by Mrs. Shirley who Mr?. Bryant Wilkerson while her I sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clawson, _- =- r

\ ,has been visiting,herd daughter and: daughter is in the hospital. at Lake Worth on Thanksgivingpay.
family there for several days following I. : : J. Edwin: Larson

the recent arrival of a new Staff Sgt. Elton D. Dixon is recuperating State Treasurer, *
J. A. Guthrie, Al Lavender and C8D-
grandson, Paul Edward Thierry.The ., at the base hospital,
USMC Camp LeJune, N. C., from I Frank Hines returned Tuesday TW Advertisement Paid For By irhe..CampoigaFund '
Men's Bible Class.of the suffered while I Tuesday from a five-day hunting for J. Edwin lanoa for State Treasurer
Injuries on duty '
First Missionary Baptist Church ofCanal there, according to word received I trip in Highland'County..

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, every her by his mother, Mrs. Robert Roy Vandegrift Sr., and Paul -
night at 8 o'clock. The Rev. Reu- I I.
Dixon Sasser spent the weekend hunting
ben Barfield is the class teacher. I fI' ,
Canadian geese near Panacea Fla.:
Men of the community are invited Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Brackin of ,
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to'attend.I Eagle Lake came down to Pahokeeto I Among those who plan to attend

I Mrs.. spend Thanksgiving with their the Florida-Miami football game in
and Edwin DeLeon of
Mrs. J. C. Harris and
daughters the Orange Bowl Saturday are Mr.
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Tallahassee are' spending the Miss Elinor Brackin. 1 IJ. David 1
and Mrs. Unwin Mr. and .i\\ / DUVAL
with her
Thanksgiving holidays
I Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.
parents Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sheppard W. Brown, ii:. M. Nicely and L. .COUNTY
Carroll Parker, Mr. and Mrs. C.
at Canal Point. Alex Johnson, accompanied by l
Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Shirley, ,
Leon Burnett of Deland, spent a I II ::4r r, County Seat,
Apelgren, Elmer Maxson and
Mr. and Mrs Arthur Larrimore
week hunting in the Ocala National
and daughter, ,. Sharon, of Tallahassee I I Forest, returning home Wednes ,James Weeks. Jacksonville ,

spent Thanksgiving Day with day. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sheffield haveas f
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his mother Mrs. Ida Larrimore 'in
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holiday guests, Mr. and i'
Pahokee., > Mrs. B. A. Geiger is a guest here .
of
James A. Sheffield and family
of her mother-in-law, Mrs. C. B. I Tallahassee.Mr. .
; Geiger, and is also visiting Mr. and i

www Mrs. Dow Geiger.Her husband will and Mrs. Grady :richols and

ClaSsified'Ads join her here on Dec. 1 from II daughter, Terry, spent Thanksgiving 1 ,
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Tampa... ',' with his brother-in-law and -
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p I sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Cam
'State Senator and! Mrs. C. W. ,, :;,, ,
HAD A VISITOR! Give 2661 a Mapoles,and daughter, Cam, of I mack and family at Fort Myers.Mr .

ring.and let' us know about it Milton, Fla., were recent guests of.I I I and Mrs Lee Wroten had as

and-we will be happy'to put the her parents, Mr.'Ud Mrs. G. W. t I dinner guests :Thanksgiving Day

item in our personal news column.Of Byrd, in Pahokee. The Byrds also Mrs. B. Elliott and son, Wayne, of \

course, there is NO CHARGE. had as guests on ThanksgivingDay West Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Duval County, one of,the first to be formed in Florida, ,

Thanks. The Everglades News., their sons-in-law and daughters Paul Tillery and family and :Mrs. .was created in 1822 and bears the name of Florida's first

FOB SALE:' New and used Willys Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Mock and AdaUne, Wroten civil governor, William P. DuVaL The Metropolitan City e ;

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage family of West Palm Beach and of Jacksonville is a business transaction center for thousands .
Elliott
In Belle Glade, Phone 3058. I Mr. and Mrs. L., G. Elarbee and Mr and Mrs Thomas with their of visitors each year. Jacksonville has became a
spent Thanksgiving Day
Oct. 1754ch. son of Tampa.Mr. son and daughter-in-law Mr. and ,major convention city, and is also, fast becoming the in ,
surance center of the South. Freighters from all over the
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If and Mrs.Jess M. Elliott haveas
letter- holiday guests her mother, Mrs. faro-fly world anchor in the city's deep water port.
you need cards, ,envelopes I
,heads, statements bill heads handbills Emma Wheeler,and brotherinlawand panied by his mother, Mrs. J. B. In progressive Duval County,, and throughout Florida, '

or' something the printing sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde.Harvey --- Elliott, who visited her soninlawand the United States Brewers Foundation works constantly to

line Just step to the phone and'call of Lakeland. daughter.. Mr. and Mrs. Cohen maintain the ,sale of beer and ale under: pleasant, orderly

The Everglades News, at' Canal Mrs. Frock Baxter and Mrs. Blakey and family while there. conditions. Believing that strict law enforcement serves

Point; No 2661. We are experts in Grady Chancellor visited Mrs. Bax- Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Lane the best interest of the people of Florida, the Foundation .

producing excellent printing and ter's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Bill I and children spent ThanksgivingDay stresses close cooperation with the Armed Forces, law

our prices are in line with out of Hobson and family in Okeechobee 1 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. enforcement and governing officials.

town printers who come to the Sunday. I N. B. Carlton in Lake Worth.

Glades for printing business.Please ,
Phone 2661. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hooks, accompanied sMrs. Wendell Harris and daughters f !J
call.
give us a BEER FLORIDA'S
by Mrs., Bob Harris of Faye and Shirley, joined :Mr. :. r f United State* Brewers I''

FOR SALE: Three 7:00x15 Army West Palm Beach and Mrs. 'E. 0.'' Harris at the home of her parents LIGHT, BRIGHT p jUSr i FoundationFUrht
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intorduced Mrs: Beatrice Freede of:4-H-ci b t Maxson In --I Simonson
:: BPW Clubs HoldMeeting Clearwater, treasurer of the State Meeting .Family Circle

_; Federation as guest speaker.'She Held For November Reunion ThursdayA Has New 'Member. .
!j Pahokee also introduced Mrs. Dorothy West, I -----' ,
F ,presdent of the Stuart Club; :Mrs. The Canal Point 4-H Club had.its Thanksgiving dinner and reunion Mrs. L. Vann was welcomed as anew
Fay Sherman, of Miami, bi-annual meeting November 17, 1960-in the of the Maxson family as]J I member of the Mabel Simon-
activities' at convention chairman; Mrs. Edna school auditorium, with PresidentGail Circle Pahokee WSCS
[ Aerospace Cape held at the Maxson homestead in I I son at the
'. Canaveral were, explained to members Van: Acker of Miami former regional -I ReevesPresidirig. (November meeting 'at the home of
-, of the Florida Federation of director, Mrs.Polly Crowell For the program NancyHarring-: : Canal Point Thursday. Attending I Mrs.' Lon Wilson, with the -chairman \
f' Business and Professional Womanby I of Vero Beach, editor of the Florida ton gave an Entomology Demon- i were Mr.. and Mrs. Phillip Maxson Mrs. H. J. Anderson, presid
i"i Capt. Van Trees of the Patrick Business Women's Magazine; Mrs.I stration. Brenda Ingram and Janie] and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I ing. '
: Air Force Base at District 8 meeting Louise Roche of Riviera Beach district -Yeomans gave a Snack Meal Dem- Maxson and family, Mr. and Mrs.I It was voted to hold a covered-
1.- held in the Pahokee Elks Hall treasurer; and Mrs. Alberta onstration. I Leonard Manson and family, Mr. dish luncheon and Christmas party
-: the first of the week, with "Miss Redenbaugh of St. ,Petersburg.Mrs. Mrs. Bitting announced that-tl1p. and Mrs. Earl Maxson and family, I I I at the home of Mrs. Anderson on
", Betty Jane Stott of Stuart district Grace Graham recording next meeting for the sewing and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxson and Dec. J9. Preparations were made
" director presiding.' Miss Stott introduced I secretary of the, Pahokee Club I foods group would be December 8,I family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl :Maxson, for Thanksgiving gift basket.
:' the speaker who illustrated gave the welcoming address and .Nancy Harrington led the group Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Maxson, Mrs The Thanksgiving: .program was '
;!.r. his talk with films of*missile and presented gifts to Miss Stott and I Sin singing 4-H Songs. I Mammie Maxson, George Maxson, presented by Mrs. Frank Friend
t rocket shots successfully 'Mrs. Freede. The musical program The leaders present were Mrs, (Mr. .and Mrs. W E. Johnson and and.:Mrs. .M. P. Holman gave the
.....' ed at the cape. comPlet-1 leon of entertainment during, the lunch- I McCall, Mrs. Bitting and MrsHar! |family, Mr. and Mrs. Angus Sims devotionals. \
presented by a girls' chorus I I
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from the Pahokee High School 1 I .
within the district was asked to .r.o.s I Canal Point; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mrs. Helen Schroder has as holiday -
Glee Club under the direction of I I I I,
:' name a representative to serve on 1 r I II I If you have any friends who are Maxson and Mr. and Mrs. Will A. guests Mr. and Mrs. Ray Keith .
;F the nominating committee with I I Miss Ellen Morgan, who is second I going to college, this weekend will= I Nason, all of West Palm Beach; of Philadelphia, Pa. She also hadas
vice of the Pahokee I
:"'- Mrs. Catherine Brown of Clewi- president be an excellent time to see them :Mr.,and Mrs. W. O. Green Riviera dinner guests Thanksgiving Day
' ton chairman.At BPW. There were 95 persons pres I once again and talk over old itmes, Beach;. Mr. and Mrs. Nobles ,Max- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Schroder and
. the luncheon with members ent. as all or practically all bf them son South Bay and Mr..and Mrs. daughter, Tanya Ann, of Hypoluxo
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r,. .Mrs. Mildred Lavender. president., I CLASSIFIED ADS PV. .i holidays. %> Petersburg. I of Pahokee.

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.' I I-Bazaar Brings In Imagination Used I

y. Cash For Park Work i'By Sorority Group

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't. / rat v t The bazaar in, the Community The Xi Alph Mu Chapter of;
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:. .. Building sponsored by the Canal Beta Sigma ;Phi, which is taking
: Point Garden Club was an out- a grand tour of the world in its
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. standing success. Proceeds will b* programs this year, at the last

Ir I used for landscaping the new road- meeting visited the Monte Carlo

3 I side park between the old and new:j I I Casino>and"a French cafe, as simulated -
"Lr. highways east of the Barad building I at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
." according to Mrs. M. C. Carter,I Lewis Friend.
, ., .:!' club president. The park is being' Guests were greeted by- the ca-
The.Pahokee ChurchOf The 'C iurch Of"G&r- Cana'omtBaptist developed by the Garden Club inI I sino hostesses: Mrs. George Tucker -

; : The Nazarene Of Pahokee cooperation with the Lions Club. Jr., Mrs.J. T. Boynton and Mrs.
Prophecy Church
, .r For the past several months club Gorden Hillier, Hors d'oeuvres and
,. members have held many'workdaysessionS punch were served from a beauti-
r ReV Charles D. Stewart, Pastor
71 Bacom
Point Road .
Canal Point Road
making some of the
SUNDAY: lovely fully appointed table. The stakes
Charles F. CrausweH, Pastor John. H. Kinard pastor gifts that were sold at the 'bazar.
at
I 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School were high each table in the ca-
1528".P.
, Phone O. Box 882
f. .,, 10:00 a. m-Sunday School '
11:00 There were also beautiful plants sino, due to thV use of "confede-
SUNDAY SERVICES!: : I a. m. -Morning Worship
11:00 a. m.-Preaching'Service for sale and a food booth featuring "
6:30 Union. rate'money.
9:45 p. m Training
: a. m.-Sunday SJchcjal. '
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service homemade goodies. Tasty snacks After the entertainment
730 guests
p. -Evening Worship
?. ,, .1 11:00 6:30 p.a. nx m.-Sunday-Juniors.Worahlp. 8:00 p..m. Tuesday-V. L. B.8:00"p. WEDNESDAY: I were served to the patrons in the enjoyed French cuise in the dimly

7:00 p. m.-S-onosy. Evening m. Thursday-W.M. B. 7:3q.% p. .-Prayer Meeting. evening. Mrs. C. B. Stringari, lighted cafe served by French wait
Everyone welcome. Special music chairman of the bazaar committee
Evangelistic,Service. -- I -I resses. Courses considered of soupea
" WEDNESDAY:' and singing. Christian Science and President Doris Carter I :orgnon, salad verte, coq au-vin
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: 7:30 p. -Mldweek.Prayer wish to thank all those who helped i and, cherry jubilee flambe, which

meeting.. The,Methodist Church Group Of Canal Point to make the project... a success. was prepared at the tables in full
view of the
"Where but I guests.
are a stranger
you
:.. once". ;Can Joint, .Florida Spiritual alertness based on an Mrs. Mindlin In Hostesses for the occasion were

f understanding of Truth brings Mrs. Lewis Friend, Mrs. William
Robert A.Shelley,Pastor, freedom from evil of every kind. I Sorority ProgramMrs. Howard; Mrs. J. G. Thomas, Jr.,
First Methodist SUNDAY: This theme will be set forth at Mrs. C. S. Davis, Mrs. Rupert Mock

Church PahokeeRev. 10:00a. m.-church School Christian Science church services Karl Mindlin presented the and Mrs. Earl Maxson. '
. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship: Sunday. program, "Love's Miracle in Marriage ,

6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship Introducing the LessonSermonI I ," at the meeting of the Beta,Holiday ScheduleFor
T. C.O'Stem
7:30
p. Tftj-Evening Worship \
entitled, "Ancient and :Modem I Omicron Chapter, Beta Sigma PhIl
SUNDAY: MONDAY: Necromancy, alisa Mesmerism and I Sorority, at her home, with Mrs. County WorkersThe
. 9.-:45 m.-church School
a. 3:15 p, m. Youth Choir practice
Hypnotism Denounced" will be
" 11:00 a. m.Morning'Worship, TUESDAY Jimmy Moore, president, presidingat .
: the Golden Text from .Matthew
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the business. The was county commission has
6:45 MYF program announced -
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p. 8:00 m"-Woman's "
Society1st
p. ((24:4: "Take heed that no man followed
by a discussion of the its holiday schedule for
7:45 m.-Evening Worship
p. : Tuesday2nd I .
, TUESDAY: deceive you. topic. Mrs.. Lee Shirley, Jr., ways J.Thanksgiving and Christmas and
'\' U \ ., ; Selections from "Science and,l.ll4. means cfta/ccnaau, ce. ticsWEDNESDAY 3D p. mrPsTerDassmmejWEDNESDAY Health with Key to the,Scriptures"by 'chapter's games party a success.i''Jan. 9.Court. .

: "t'i'i I 7:30 : i Mary Baker Eddy will include I It was announced the Dec. 1st House employes were given -

7:45 p. m...;..Mid-week p. m.-Prayer.. Meeting, (201:7): "Truth makes a new creature ,meeting will be at the home of Mrs.J. a day off for Thanksgiving and

8:30 p. .m.-Senior Choir practice r j I in 'whom old things' pass j G. Thomas, Jr., with Mrs. Frank were back on the job the Friday
\ t St Mary's' Catholic !away and 'all things are becomenew. I i Gillis, hostess.November. following.
.' Passions, selfishness, f 1'5e'j ----
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appetites hatred, fear, all sensual- I
noon on Dec. 23rd and employeswill
.. MeetingOf
Canal Point First -- ity, yield to spirituality, and the return to work Tuesday morning -
Baptist'Church Father. Francis'Fennech, Pastor super-abundance of being is on the Scoggins ,CircleThe i Dec. 27.. ,
Sunday Mass-11:30 a. m. side of!'God, good."
>. The New Year holiday will beginat
Confessions before Mass. From the Bible will read II I *
be
I : November of the 5 m. Dec., 30 with offices
. Elder R.Pi BarfIeld .. I meeting p.
SUNDAY (Isaiah 1:16,17):"Wash you, make :Hannahv Scoggin-Annie Jones .Circle I scheduled to re-open Tuesday Jan.
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. 10:00 a. m-Sunday School First Baptist I you clean; put away the evil of I: of the 'Canal Point Baptist .3rd.t
your doings from before mine eyes; I Woman's 'Missionary" Society Was J The commission win meet to re'orgariize
, noo.a.. m.Morning Worship Church Pahokee
f 7:00 p. .- :B. T.C. i I cease to-.--do evil-; Learn- ...... to do. welt"Cub held at the,home of Mrs. R.J, Max-\| and name its chairmanfor
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship SUNDAY SERVICES:' son, Nov. 17th at'8 p. nu. j the' coming year, on January
I r.r.WEDNDESD.AY: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School : Scout Pack I Mrs. J. S. Atkins gave the devotional -J9th. lAt that time, two new commissioners -
. '11:00 =Morning ,and Mrs. C. D. Stewart Ed Bandlow and E. F.
7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer a. m. Worship ;
Holds
Meet j
Monthly read Van Kessel will be in and
r Service 6:45 p. ntr Training Union [ the scritpure. The program; sworn
1, ,7 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship I II consisted of a"study.:of the,book, I I take their places with the board.
: 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary WEDNESDAY: "New Worlds" was the program "Across' the Bridge" ;under the direction -I Paul Rardin will also be sworn in
Meeting. 8:00 p. .Prayer Meeting. I theme at the November meeting of of Mrs. R. J.Maxson. I for another four year term

. -4.-... ... Pahokee'Cub-Sbout! Pack 623 held ,. 'Mrs. J S. .AOcinsv. ; community The new commissioners will SUCceed -.
in.the social 53U1 of the First Methodist mtsStod ifrm ji reported that Commissioner Kenneth Foster'

St. Peter's Lutheran Church Of God, Church with Cubraaster ,,W..I the Hannah Scoggin-Annie Jones I in Dist. 1 and Roy E. Michael, Jr.,

Church Belle Glade Barfield Highway O. (Bill) Moss and Assistant Cub-.Circle was to work with the lone: in District 3.ALQOHAL .
.I master W. D. (Bill) Howard pre.. Patterson Circle packing sunshine I m -

9:45 A. M.-Sunday School siding. Each of the five dens pre- boxes for presentation to shut-ins STUDY
August Koerber, Pastor sented a skit, depictingthe The fist classroom session of
11:00A. ML-Morning Worship space-age as the November community missions -, a
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle GladeSUNDAY 7:00 P. M.-L. Wi W. '''B. (Parsonage theme. I project: I three-week study course on "Alco-

: ) The Wehelos were in, charge of { Mrs. Charles Maxson; Circle'Ihol, and Christian Responsibilities"was
'- Divine Services 11 A. :M. 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship the opening flag ceremony and led Chairman presided Over the bus- held at theCanal Point Meth-
School 9:45 A.':M.' in the of the Cub Scout I odist Church this week with the
7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting singing iness session, and it was announced ,
4. song. The attendance award for; that'the December meeting will be Rev. Robert A. Stielley' serving as ,

Holy Nativity 7:30 P. M. Friday-Children's the month was won by Den I; the I at the home of Mrs. Jack Strayer. instructor. The course, which includes Jf'
I I Church good conduct award, by Den HI; i -. film projections and special ,

Episcopal ChurchPahokee 7:30"P. M. Friday Y. P. E. and the honor award' by Den n. GUTHRIE FAMILY MEET speaker will also be taught by the.

Scoutmaster Moss presented individual A Thanksgiving dinner and fam Rev. Shelley on the nights of Nov.
awards to David Carawaywolf ily reunion was held at the home of 30 and Dec 7, starting at 7 o'clock. j
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c '. M. Wendell Hainlin, Vicar CARD OF THANKS ( badge) and Bill Moss, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie on ''Ba- jt
f SUNDAY:'' I wish to express my sincere I I(silver arow), Den ;J; Larry Waits com Point Rd. Thursday. Others

10 a. m.-Sunday School thanks to our many friends for the (gold and silver: arows), Steve Lane attending were Mr. and Mrs. Nor- t

11 a. m. Worship Service flowers, cards calls and numerous I I (gold arrow), Allen Minor (gold wood Guthrie and children, Mr. and
.- I other kind acts, especially for your arrow) and Eugene Reed (silver Mrs. J. W. Guthrie and daughter, !

\ :Mr. and Mrs. Willard Garrettand i prayers extended to us during my I arrow), Den II; Ronnie Guthrie 'and Mrs. Helen Guthrie, all of Miami ,,

daughter, Kim, of West Palm illness'while I was both in. the hospital -I (bobcat pin), Den HI; Ronald : ; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Guthrie
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Beach are guests here of her parents ': and at home. Casto (bobcat pin),' Den II; and and daughter and Mr .and Mrs.

Mr.'and Mrs. Ray SJngle r7. Ray Singletary I Michael Chalflinch, (bobcat pin); Grady Chancellor of Pahokee, and :Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Caruthersof i

Den. V. :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams and Pahokee .announce the birth of
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| -- i children "of Moore Haven. a son, Bryan Hudnell, at Good Samaritan -

(IPadgetts Gather '.' I I -"_ __ Hospital, Nov. 18. They

... Rs I.CARD OF THANKS _, have as..guest this week his'
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For Thanksgiving The family of Mrs: Bertha E. mother, Mrsf"Mack L. Bryan oft
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, ,;i; i : 'f. e. Baggett, .wishto' ,express;}their St. Petersburg? >4<<

t.: _e tote "of. Mayor and .Mrs( i heartfel .thanks%and. ppreciationf Jrtr.'and'3kE Charles Lairsey of)-

Padgett was the scene .which words are unable express, Sebring announce the arrival ,of a..*
J If/O'l1Ill' flIlT/Elfl Thursday of a Thanksgiving dinner fpr the many acts of kindness, com-j daughter (Karen Lynn) at the \ i

. and reunion of the Padgett forting words, prayers, the beau- Everglades Memorial hospital in i
'"' family. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. tiful floral offerings, food, and Pahokee on Nov. 22. Mr. Lairsey -
Charles Moran Mr. and Mrs.John I cards of sympathy, which were' so is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Millard I

o\VNEh'AND' OPERATED BY l\IORE'TIiAN. I Padgett,. Mr. and Mrs Perry Duke comforting during our recent' bereavement Lairsey or Canal Point. He is employed 'I

lio FLORIDA CATTLEMEN I and family MrS..James H.; Wilson of our loved .one. May .in Sebring but it was decided I
t and family Mr. and Mrs. Leon the blessings of Heaven abide with that the Pahokee hospital

WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF Spooher,:Mrs. Adaline Stuckey and each of you is our earnest prayer.S. .i should be the birthplace of the I

. CONSIGNORS AT All* TIMES I sons, Billy and Lennie Buster:. J. Baggett"I I young lady. {
COMPETITIVE Duke Bob Cote, and Ron Ter Harr,' Renee Baggett, !
WE ADVERTISE FOR_ BUYER PARTICIPATION -'' all of Pahokee; Mr. and Mrs., Dan Melba Jean Baggett, Mr. and Mrs Robert Apelgran ;

AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE; Padgett and son, Gordon, Hamilton -' Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Baggett and her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. O. !

lIARKET"HERE ALL f .BUYERS BUY' WITH Ohio; Mr and .Mrs. Raymond Mr.and Mrs.C.W. Baggett McCJure, visited her. sister, Miss i
CONFIDENCE Padgett, Miami; and Mr. and Mrs. Jane McClure, in Fort Lauderdale
\ I Calvin "Padgett and. son, Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs., J. S. Atkins will Sunday. They were accompanied :

Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON I Gainesville. attend funeral services for her i home by their daughter Mary Jane
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uncle at Moore this '
Haven Friday.Mr. Apelgren, whQ had been the guest
I Mr. and Mrs. L. H.. Hicks and Atkins is serving as one of the i of her aunt there over the weekend.
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PAHOKEE-BELLE family visited his..mother. :Mrs. E. pallbearers.Mrs. I .-. .
PHONE WY 6-3028 GEORGE YOUNG,MANAGER O. Winch in Pahokee while enroute c I :Mrs. Leon Guthrie, accompanied

i to Pittsburgh,"Pa., where they are Robert Dixon had as guestsThursday I I by her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. '
SALES EVERY MONDAY .AT lp.nu [returning to make their home after her son-in-law and I Humphries Sr., spent Monday in
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Page Eight -.' : The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida. -v Friday November 25,'1960

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Belle Glade Earns t I Sugar. Potential ", Mary Martha Circle TAX DISCOUNT I II CHURCH AND HOME I I
-' I Palm Beach County residents Mrs. Laurie Justice presented a -
To Equip Kitchen may deduct 4, percent discount I
(continued from page 1). 'I (continued from page 1) program on "Church and Home" at
Memorial I from their county taxes if paid byNov. '
start
Young Trophy throughthe next year.A
Members of' the Mary Martha 30. Mrs.> George C. Young, meeting of the Gertrude Shirley .
coming year. The ,. number of other concerns areIpianning I
*Trophy
in the Circle, Pahoke WSCS,' who havebeenr I who is in charge of tax collectionsat Circle, Pahokee WSCS, at the horns
jointly sponsored by the Pahokcej j to start operation
and Belle Glade'Lions Clubs, was Glades, including experienced sugar selling stationery as a fund- the Glades Office Building, of Mrs. Melvin Spooner, with
raising project, voted, at the No-
minds Glades residents the
rate Mrs. Blake
presented to the Rams in the cere- men from CUba re-I Dunson.- chairman, pre-
mony following the contest. Be- The United States Sugar Corjto- vember meeting at the home of tax discounts drops to 3 siding, and John Wilson assisting
Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, to use the Dec. 1. Nov. 30 is also the last
cause of their 7-6 victory over rattan welcomes the newcomers day MrSv Spooner as co-hoStess The
Clewistoiv earlier in the season, the. and has offered cooperate with money raised in this project to reservations can be made for spec-I group voted to hold no regular
Rams also won the mythical Glades them in providing data and infor- purchase new equipment' for the ial numbers ,on auto license tags, meeting in December. Mrs. Ernest
_ championship. i mation on their experience in the church kitchen. It was reported she said. I Maxwell gave the devotionals. i1"1l'
there are still some boxes of stationary -
Pahokee ends the season with a I'Glades as well as' supplying cane.
available for sale at the l
1-8-1 over-all record and Belle seed successful from their I
I proved church office. ++++4. J J I : t I I I 1 I J 1 J J'1"1"1++.: 1 1 1 1 I J I I I I I I 1 t I HI
Glade with a 4-6-0 record. years of research conducted at 'a
Plans were made for a' sunshine
The two top contenders for the cost of'many millions of dollars. .
to shut-in.
Thanksgiving gift a THEATRES
Suncoast Conference 1960 crown, The only thing that could hamper -j
Mrs. Bill Hatton was received as a
Lake Worth and Seacrest, battledit or retard the extensive development -I
new member., Mrs. John Hatton
out to a 6-6 tie at Lake Worth of the area would be a,limitation '
presented the program. It was an- PRINCE ; LAKE DRIVE-IN
Wednesday, night, and thus will on production and sale imposed
nounced the next meeting, Dec. 19,
share the championship honors. the Federal government.Once .
I I by I will be at the home of Mts. John Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Both;teams ended the season with assured that they can investin VSUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAY
Hatton. - -
9-0-1: records, "which Is mighty cane growing with no worry -
good in anybody's league.. about having their operations curtailed -I I -2 MG FEATURES -
I by Federal restrictions Florida's HOLIDAY GUESTSMr. SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
and Mrs.Joel W.Brown haveas NOVEMBER '
Lions In sugar industry will grow and 27-28-29
Monthly- '
guests through the holidays NOVEMBER,27-28-29
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I prosper... their daughter Miss Jean Brown, "GOLIATH.AND .
(continued from page 1) Thanksgiving- guests of Mr. and and Dale Perry, both students at "THEAPARTMENT" THE BARBARIANS""
radio stations played a most important the University of Florida Gaines-
role in this charitable Mrs Claude Padgett Were Mr. and i I ville. The Browns plan to attend STEVE REEVES AND-A

work, he said. Mrs. William Norris of Winter I,the Florida-Miami football game in JACK LEMMON, SHIRLEY CAST OF THOUSANDSALSO ,

Palm Beach MusicarnivaTs' Pub- Garden, Mrs. John Dowdy,' Mrs. the Orange Bowl Saturday, ,Jean MacLANE. AND FREDMacMURRAY -
lic Relations Director, Jack Mc- Gertrude Monroe and'Mr. and Mrs. being a member of the U of F "FRANCIS IN THE
Cormick, was a guest at the meeting Billy Turbeville and daughter, marching Gator Band which will HAUNTED HOUSE"SATURDAY. .

carnival's. McCormick spoke on the Musi-.Rhonda.. perform, during the halftime show. J( I I I I I I I I 1 I 1 1 I 1 I J I lIt t t t t : t t t t t 1 J It. : t :-:..1..1..1..1..1..x.. 4
coming shows. He Offer- '
ed the Lions' Association an open- ,
ing night performance at, cost as, I I -
a public service. The Association ,
,endorsed this offer and ,chose the
opening night of the show "FAN-
NY", which is scheduled for Tuesday -
March 7, 1961. Member Lions :
Clubs will be contacted individually -
for )Jocal club endorsement, and
participation.Canal I
Point will be host for the
next Association meeting which
will be held on December 15, 1960. aQ 4
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Local 4-H Clubbers 9WD0G

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to the adult leaders of 4-H 'ClUb : :
Mrs. A. R. Harrington of Canal
Point received a five-year pin.
Mrs. W. E. McCall of Canal Point 1
and Mrs. W. T. Gist of Pahokee
were given special recognition as NOV.
first year leaders.
Merrie Lee Axtell, County Coun-

cil the.song.4-H,leader Blessing., led in. the singingof 9


cluded The 175 County persons leaders attending, both men'in-I 3 Fine Door Prizes 3 i

and women, award winners, par
ents and invited guests. Introducedas
guests were Lamar Allen, exe-
cutive secretary of the South Flor- You Don't Have To Be Present To Win-Just Come In And Register ,
ida Fair and Exposition and Mrs. }-
Allen; O. A. Martin chairman of ,

the agricultural Kiwanis Club committee; Mrs., Delia Lantana Canal Point Pharmacy Under New ManagementWants : t

Evans and Mrs. Sally Townsend,
secretaries for home demonstration
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County
agents; Sam Schooley You To Come In And Get Acquainted. You May Win A Prize '

manager of County Agricultural
Conservation and Stabilization
Committee, and Mrs. Schooley. All I
County agricultural and home dem- MIXMASTER 2nd Prize
onstration agents, including Mrs. 29 '

Laura Burkhard, new assistant CUTICURA ct6.
home demonstration agent, were -
present. I FIRST PRIZERetail COMPLEXION KIT '

Parents attending from this area .
were, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.: ';McCall I -
and son, Mike Mr. and Mrs. A. itHarrington '
and son, Ross and 3rd PrizeCAMERA '
Mrs. W. T. Gist. '
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Vena Mae Schroder -- ,, .Price ',' ., I

j WITH. PLASH .
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ndunced anyone desiring transportation :-
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to circle eetings are to'contact i

3892.,Mrs.or Mrs.Ruby Billy chancy T.:"rbeVilk".:phone; Balloons For The Children '. Free Cokes

phone 7233..

The program, "Customs From Many Special Prices For Grand 'Opening ,
Many: Thanksgivings," was presented ,
by Mrs: :Madonna Wright.
A :pledge service was conducted' ,WE HAVE SECURED SAMPLES GALORE TO :BE DISTRIBUTED.OPENING DAY :
under the direction of Mrs, Casto, I
assisted by Mrs. H. Wroten, who .
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wail co-hostess and Mrs. T; C. '

O'Steen the,pastor's wife,, who wasa
visitor. Mrs. Maxwell, WSCS
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president, was also a visitor.
Jt was announced the next meeting CANAL POINT PHARMACY
,of the Vena Mae Schroder Circle -
will'be at the home of Mrs.
Casto, with Mrs. Turbeville, co- -
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hostess.


.Mr. and-Mrs. R.,W. Sanders, ac- Melvin Paul-Owner-Registered Pharmacist ,

companied by their son.and daugh
ter-in-law: Mr.and Mrs R. M. San-

ders and son,.:Michael, 'Vi&ited'their PHONE 3921 ;CANAL POINT, FLA.
B01-in-law and daughter, :Mr. and : : I'I'
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