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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: December 2, 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: UF00079910:00050
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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December 2, 10 ... PUBLISHED :WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING

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\ Funeral Services Youth Group,Had Church Now Pahokee Methodist

Sub'-District MeetingThe Manager

Mrs. Esther Levins Meeting Church Program
Canal Point Methodist Youth int g spot, the Col-.
Fellowship group was representedat Point, is under \
Mrs. Esther Charlotte Levies,' the MYF sub-district meeting at A church, extension this week. M- Sunday, Dec. 4, has been designated -
86, Pahokee pioneer resident, died the 'Methodist Church, in Okeecho the Lake Okecehobee area : o successfully man- Silver Anniversary Completion
at the Everglades Memorial Hospital bee Tuesday night by Betty and West Palm Beach District of months turned day at the ,Pahokee Methodist\"t
Wednesday after an extended Sharon Johnson, Paula' Bryan, odist Churches was held at restaurant over Church in observance of the.25th, -
illness. Carolyn Maxson, .Rita Haggini, hokee First Methodist: Turbeville of Ca- anniversary of the dedication of
r A native ot Fitzgerald Ga., Mrs. Linda Livingston, Johnny Bacon Dr. H. W. Blackburn of had been assisting the church sanctuary by Dr. Joe
Levins moved to Pahokee with her and Warren Repper.They were accompanied Beach strict weeks. Mrs. Wad- I Tolle in 1935. '
family from Polk County, Fla, in to Okeechobee by their presiding. many patrons and Final SAC pledges will be laid on
1917. She was a member of the counselor W. E. Blackwell, and Principal speaker was the patronizing the alter during the morning wor-
Church of God.Survivors the Rev. 'Robert Shelley. The next A. D. Hagler of the First the management o! ship service, the goal being for the
include three sons, Lee sub-district meeting will be held Church West Palm Beach who promises the total amount of the pledges ,to
and Marvin Levins, Pahokee, in Pahokee in January. told of the new Methodist food in the future cover all outstanding expenses of
and L. Y. (Bose) Levins, Palm -. that have been organized an outstanding the church and the pledges be paidin
Beach Shores; three daughters, the district during the past. full by March, 1962. Special
Mrs. Lillie Peacock and Mrs. Bessie Bill Prewitt New church year includng St. *..---- .., music at the service will include -
Baxter, Pahokee, and Mrs. Nettie Florida Gardens 'Meet the singing of "A Christmas Pray
Woodham: Okeechobee; two brothers Fort Lauderdale, White er" by the Chancel Choir and "T 1>?
Sam and Jack Davis, Okeecho- Drainage OfficerW. Fort Pierce, Plantation at of His Power" by the Junior Choir..
bee; 23 grandchildren and 28' great Lauderdale, St. John's at Monday Following a fellowship dinner on
grandchildren. Beach, Palm Bay at the church grounds at 12:30 p. m.,.
Funeral services for Mrs. Levins C. Prewitt, vice president of Cokesbury at Margate, ___ t there will be a "songfest" in the
will be held at the First Baptist the United States_ Sugar Corporation Lucie at Fort Pierce and Canal Point Lions sanctuary at 1:45p.. m. Jf vocal
" Church in Pahokee this Friday at in charge of agriculture, was at Jensen Beach. a Joint dinner meet- trio, composed of Dr. and :Mrs.
2:p. m., with the Rev.Joe C. Crews recently elected a supervisor of the Churches within the: clubs held in the I Lester Hatton. and Mrs. Hugh
'k pastor of the Church God, Jacksonville }!ever l drainage districts in which which are erecting or are at the (Glades I Branch, will: sing special numbers.
t Beach officiating and the :the Sugar Company is interestedto construct buildings include -Monday night II i Other groups that will participate
Ii Rev. James L. Merrell, pastor of replace w.'9. Owen who died at Fort Lauderdale, ladies' night proI I in the singing are the Chancel. .
" the ,,Loxahatchee Baptist Churcn, Oct.29,aftef serving faithfully and Fort Lauderdale St., honoring I I Vesper, Junior and Cherub Choirs
" 'assisting. well for many ,years> Mr. Prewittis Florida Gardens, St. who attended as I I and a men's quartet from Sanford. i
1 Pallbearers will b$ John Kirk,H. a: resident 'of Clewiston as was Boynton Beach, Grace at I 1 The unveiling of the memorial
' L. Pitts, Wheeler: Ludlanv C. C. Mr,Owen. -Palm Beach, ,White City president cf. 'I window honoring the late,Dr, Rem
Cruthird .Jimmy Batchelor aridr 'MJV:.Prewitt will serve on. ttieboardjAt Pierce,, and Port St X.ucie btl presided and I bert A. Guy former pastor of the
'. Jack:Spencer.: *:' t i>? supervisors_of the f ollQvtagdia&icts -, Pierce..,Ohurches receiving, /,past. jJWaldent.' .: church, will: take place at 2.:15..c..,'- ,
.' ,Burial "will be the Evergreen I : : Pahokee Drainage- j recognition for making Mr Keen n- ThU,will 'be followed, by the publb f r.
r Cemetery'in Okeecho. ee: ':...- District,'East:Shore Drainage District progress in debt payments Carlota Fernan- posting of the SAC,board in the
i and 'P llcan Lake SubDrainage ed Trinity of Pompana I Carmen Tonarely, Men's Bible ,Class. room and bene-i .
Sod Busters Club I District. He fs well known in .Lakeside at; Lake Worth, St. interpretations of'.I diction.'
" f this section of the Lake Okeechobee ,at Melbourne, Asbury at and "Coravon : At the Holy Communion service
Will Meet Tuesday I Region because through the Beach.,and Christ ,Church dance. Special at 7:45 the Vesper Choir will sings
r t years he has been'a frequent visitor Lauderdale. and Mrs. Keen were "A Poor, Wayfaring Stranged"
: to'Bryant, headquarters of the I : .. ... ,
}l.. Members of the Pahokee Sod Since June 1, 1957 I the two dancers, -
:. Busters 'Garden Circle, will meet Eastern Division, of the Sugar. new churches within the Enrique Tonare- Land Deal At' f '
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.. Tuesday morning at the home' of Company. have. organized 16 new and Senora Alberto' ,
1; the president, Mrs. Barbara Wild- with a, membership of residents of I Naples,Collier County .
er. There will be an exchange, ,of 16 new church schools with now making their -
t:..: Christmas gift arrangements made Farris ,Bryant Talks 'roilment Of 2,056, formed, i"t I The dance rou- NAPLES-One ot the largest
;' by members during workshop sessions Woman's Societies of
To Tourist Experts | costumes presented real estate transactions on record
1 held at )rs. Wilder's home Service and six Methodist were direct in Collier .County involving a 26.-
r this fall. Later' in the week fol- LAKE WALES GovernorElctFarris Clubs,secured t 16 new I who was I 000 acre tract, has been revealed
: lowing the meeting, the Sod Bust- erected, or purchased 11 in Cuba before by Leonard Rosen president of
, ers, as a group,will attend a Christ Bryant in -a message toa and built or bought 10 ,t;Gulf Guarantay Land & Title Co.
,. mas flower and decoration display group of tourist experts meet- 'representing an aggregate steak dinner was I The firm currently is developing .
to be presented by John Dowlingin ing in Lake Wales recently, advis- ty' value of $1,170,710.The and guests. :"|Cape Coral, 12 miles southwest of
West Palm Beach. ed that he 'would'appoint "a'' continuing Rev. Clark Reed of Ft. Myers in Lee County. Acquisition
<- snr i governor's ,advisory com- Beach and the"Rev.. Harry of the Collier County tract .
t New City Building' mittee. on tourism." .St:. John's ,Church, Boynton I Night brings: Gulf Guaranty's Florida
: The meeting was called by officials also spoke, telling of the I real estate holdings. to more than .
t Now Open For Use of the Great )Masterpiece toiu-- to be faced and solved in 51,000 acres. S '
ist attraction.. Bill Ray director of ganizing and building of ,Rosen's announcement of the
is at Hall"IJ'1n relations Silver Springsand church. masters night waS
Today moving day City public pf second realty'ndertaking takes. -on .
;, Pahokee. The new Jail is ,being chairman of a tourism steering ----ro---- of the Ever- I added significance in view of the '"
,T : and the store; rooms 'for committee, read the message from 1, F&AM at a fact'that Cape Coral itself is one of
:: :by the City Clerk{ will soon be Bryant Special Music For ; ; Masonic Hall'Tues I the largest community developments '
-:'" : with records.,The Featured speaker, (the meeting .. P<..A:. Sizemore In
new City in thejstate. _- .
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; Ire S.taUcm. enlargement is 'also .;was,J."Pendlelon Games,',executive : I? ,Cape Coral -has",.700 ''jpeYmancntresidents ,
." <: ready:f or'occupancy. director of the Florida'Motel Association. were given and' anticipates event* :;
< At noon today several officialswill He urged motel owners and Mrs. Ruth Snyder, The master ual permanent population of 60,000 ,
gather at the'jail for a luncheon attraction operators to give a dol present the children of the was conferred on persons. Eight new families move 1
to mark inception of services at lar's worth of'value for every dol- Point School ,in a It was announced I into 'the community each week
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Christmas music at the of officers will
lar to .tourists. .
the new jaiL Several prominent charged and.,,homes are being completed'at
county officials have been invited Watson Whiteside, general man- meeting of the Canal Point .t.meeting. the rate of one a. day. Over 16,000 ,
to the affair according to Chief of ager of the Great Masterpiece, con- Teacher Association in the homesites have already been pur
Police Leon Guthrie. ducted the meeting. Dick Pope auditorium Monday at 8 p. Account I chased. "' .
". .5--- W*i .'- HM HM .w owner and president of Cypress program will be followed -
Gardens, spoke\along with L. B. regular PTA business Brother I t
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S Long-Time Official Magid, executive vice president, of Mrs.Joe Cherry Jr., ______ I Post, Office Moves_ ; E

Phone Co.,,Resigns the Orange Blossom Trail Assn., siding. J W A. Keen ald'i To New Quarters .
and Ray Cochran' president of tho. called to Immo-'1,

TAMPA Carl D. Brorein will U. S. Highway.27. .Assn. Four New Houses of the' ,.week by the; The Pahokee Post Office"moved '
retire January 1 as president; of brother Lon- from the Bloom building on EastMain
General Telephone Company of FAMILY REUNIONMr. Get Pahokee Pen died unexpectedly 'St. Wednesday; into the new
Florida after 40 'years of service and Mrs. :M.J. Sapp had as Saturday night ly completed'post office building on
with that company and its predecessor guests Friday her brother-in-law: Building permits for to a hospital. The Bacom Point Road, where opera-
,'Peninsular: Telephone Co. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. David Pahokee residences have of Pahokee, op- tions got under way Thursday '
He will be succeeded as presidentby Fredrick who were enroute to sued by Building Inspector grocery during his morning. ',; ,
Fred D. :Learev- of Cleveland their home in Homestead from a Thompson _to Mr. and :. Funeral .- services The new-\pit office, completely
.: where'he has been,serving the,Ohio family, reunion in Zolfo Springs. I Boe East Main St.; Mr.. : on Tues air conditioned, has the newest
". : Bell Telephone'o l''tiRg.company. They were accompanied by ,her Billy Ray Moa1 y, Bacom type of equipment that ,will increase .
of General TeJephoae &+Electronics mother Mrs.. Ida Garrett who 'remained Road;Mr. and Mrs. Charles the effiency 'of operationsand .
Corp., 'aad serve! more than in Canal Point after a East Maint St.; and Dr. Hooks mat the make it one of the most modern -, .
400,000 telepfeoaes" ,ia an ,area of moBfa's,arisit with her, daughter' Richard CL Lane, keBdaya ia New second-class post. Offices :n' : '"
nearly 6,000 sauare:Bailee. and family ia'Homestead: 'ea$. rS ee t; '-:' : South Florida. .,:.''-' ,
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; Spencers In PahokeeMrs. .

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hokee where she will be the guest I
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t' Jack Spsnccer.:: While here Mrs.
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It The Rardin Building: In Canal Point, Florida !:: ily, Mrs.will George also attend Erickson the unveiling and fame I .t4-' { 4

t THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF ceremony for the Dr. Rembert. A. I
Guy Memorial Window.
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THE EVERGLADES NEWS
L ,TURKEY DAY VISITORS ( r--- }_
Mr. and Mrs. Inman W. Weeks
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without had 1
1 as guests Thanksgiving Day
, : .Interruption Every.Week for More Than 30 Years .
their son-in-law and Slaughter, Dr.
.', k_ Established March 11 1924' Published: Friday'
Every and Mrs.: E. L. Hamilton and
t r' ,,Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance children of Lake''' Worth and son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
t; The Everglades,.News.Is Entered at the Post Office Murray O. Weeks and children of. :
' In.Canal Point.Florida,.as Second Class Matter Lake Harbor; also their Nephew -j 1

[: Paul Hardin,, '. Owner, Editor, Publisher Richard Mole and Seth Roberts.
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The simple tuberculin test will show It these children nave been f
t. "- I M C. Y, Scroggins, father of Mrs. infected with TB. Even if they are infected they need never come
R.J. Maxson, underwent minor surgery down with active disease if good health is 'maintained. Christmas
; \ ,Here Is What Transpired At Monday's I at St. Mary's Hospital West Seal contributions help provide the funds needed for health education t
t Palm Beach Tuesday. and tuberculin testing in the fight to wipe out TB.
Meeting Of The Palm Beach ,


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;', County commissions announced I j ri--committee to plan a Palm I I
{ :Monday that the.new county health :Beach County float for the govern
t.> building 826 Evernia Street will I or's inauguration parade in
;r \ be dedicated at 3 p. m. 'Sunday : Jan. 3. Tallahassee I

IL Dec.County 18. Engineer Steve Middle-I:investigate Directed the complaints county engineer standing to Phone.511 Pahokee" Phone WY. 6-2550 Belle Glade : t tI

( ton reported that the builder Na- water at .
brought! on by heavy rain \ and .
t dal-Baxendale Inc. of New York 17th Ave..and Dixie Highway, Lake SALES SERVICE
it': has agreed to.'get the building completed Worth.
e' by Dec. 15.. The Job is now Asked the county engineer to I'' Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
', five months behind the original I estimate cost of installing storm

schedule.. .:sewers along NE 5th Ave. in Boca 'Jyy & ,,
Two. weeks ago* commission Raton. \
Chairman Paul Rardin, fuming because Announced that bids will be \
f the health: center would not taken on the new .Glades office
J be ready..for.opening,by the end of building; Jan 9.Mr. I
November threatened to call on -------:- ; I .

,( the bonding' company. to get the 'I I '
job'.done. I Kere's. real 1t9t newsy.: ,.

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In otMer action Monday, the commission and xMrs. Paul Collier (Lois S < :
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prepare an estimate of'the cost of birth of a 'daughter at the Everglades '
repairing the road surface and installing 'Memorial Nov. 28. S
Hospital
drainage on SouthyiewDrive .I She has been named Laura Ann. .. ; > \

I in Plumosus and part City of Windsor a subdivision Drive Mr.Nagle-of and Mrs.Pahokee JQhn Repper announce(Stella the : QUJC \ -

I west of Jupiter. birth of a son at the Everglades
Merle Kauffman, a resident of '
Memorial Hosppital Nov. 27, '
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'V.Southvlew- Drive complained the Mr. and Mrs. Guillermo Rios ; !
road outside his, home has holes PeOoVe\\'DW\ ;
(Juana Rlbera), of Canal Point an-
four feet long. He said the subdivision nounce the birth of a daughter Ma- i''H
owner:and. builder refuse to ria Judy, at the Everglades Memorial
put up a*bond.to repair the,.streets. Hospital, Nov.*23.. V
Commissioners: agreed to take the Mr. and Mrs. Garland Van Sickle ELECTRIC, I' S 1

,road oven aa county-maintained (Carolyn Stanford) of Pahokee announce '
road if the property, 'owners there the birth of a. daughter, WATER HEATER '
agree. to pay,th6 cost. of repairs. Janet Lynne, at the, Everglades .m ;
Sixty pet cabtot the.oWners would Memorial Hosppital,., Nov.'24. f. w
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have to sign.apetitiox&Commissioner Mr. and Mrs Charles Lairsey '. .
Kenneth Foster (Frances Brown) of Pahokee announce never lets you
said the subdivision;, when .constructed the: birth.. ojT a" d ughter, ;) z j
;'did.n$t meet county,build"ingr Karen Lynn,al t he Eye/g"lades'. ;Ms-! filn short, of v !
speefflcuMcrnB,. H6 termed it moral HosgtflJ8k1rJJ82. "
an '"eyesore and saidt. it, hs$ Mr. and Mrs. Charles? Ditto Really' hot water.

brought 'unfavorable publicity tothe.at" (Frances &eaJsX Q.f: PaJwltfs i : .,&

L. nounoe, web.Irt t ojf< a. Baugbter
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The.Board a\8O;, Teri l Lynn..at the Everglades Me-
AutbSri { tw1eto8.-to, confer modal, IfoSBital HOY. ,18.Mrt I
\ with tha..St&X..Ro d., Dept.about a d.Mjra.' ,J.. C. Norwood .... ."- '. .. ,'.

snore which'signs would along direejt t, .motorists-- Si Route*. to 1, (Dorothy.,,Sterns) of Pahokee announce ;. o '0""eane.,Gt. p''i..h't date. fib all.. your farm. "'"' f ,f.., 'I
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the birth of a. son Terry, '
roads.leading,tb.QRoutQ.A1A.. Joe, at .the_ Everglades Memorial and horne. needs,. .. fpr pennies a day! These I

Ocean Hidge;.Mayor. Clarence Der Hospital( .NQY, 17, .' compact hrg!-s peq4,heaters supply all the hot )
Wallot told;, .cogimiaaJoa!rs. there Mr._and.Mrs. Sidney: Colvin (Lil-
are only tWOJ such. fit&BS, between lian Hamilton of, Pahokee, an- water you need-when you need it...icfor*'you '.t

West Pad) Beach _ahd the southcounty.boider nounce the birth of.,a son. Sidney need it. Automatic, clean,; quiet,. and depend :t
Wayne, at the Everglades Memorial -
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as only flamelesa, electricity can be. See
to allocate> .$2Q for' the "
.Agreed Hospital, Nov.. 17. f felectrical
\,Veterans of Foreign Wars convene your electrical appliance dealer, plumber or M. -'i
tion to be held in West Palm'Beach '
ATTEND CO' .. r contractor. ;
Junk 8.11.Approveii'. i
cue-free
Mrs. Frank Friend president( of Enjoy modem '
a list of corrected personal ., '- :)
the Pahokee Garden.Club. and Mrs; ,
prop ?tyta assessf&ea s, ,, "
Allocated $7,500) of the, county< H. M. Mclntosh and Mrs. Lloyd f' I II
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volunteer fire departments' budget Hun( ey. past presidents attended : I
S for '12. two-way, radios, to ,be fL coffee at home of Mrs. Victor CJ: II I II
used in a, fire department net- :Mulberg Belle Glade Friday S NO FLAMES NO FUMES !I
.. work. The, county civil defense afternoon at which members of the ; SAFEfy CLEANER COOLED ,.

a council, will match the appropria- commutes in charge of arrangements -' ;:'I. ". ON THE FARM. AND. ,IN THE. HO'ME.SUNSHIN, -+ Nearly 4 million Florid*Families 1
tion. for the .recent district fiaye switched to fftme-
.. Changed' the' name of Herbert meeting of the. Federation of Garden SERVICE ELECTRICITY IS THE BIGGEST 4 less electric cooking .
I': Road, west of, Lake t Worth toHerbertz' Clubs at Belle'Glade-were hon- i.' BARGAIN IN YOUR BUDGET" ).
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:: Road, at the request of ored.
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of the entrance:drive. ;to Lake, Ida Fort.Lauderdale spent the weekend rA811 mie '
Park. in Canal :Point with Mr. Paul new I' HELPING BUILD FLORIDA f'Er71ItI'> T.? : > '

Appointed" .Commissioner Lake proprietor of the Canal Point Phar "'" ;I. .: 3' ._ j
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.,.-l. : jp Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday December 2, 1960 1

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Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Donald Averaof !


! : t PERSONAL-NEWS N otE'sr j relatives Orlando in spent Pahokee.Dr. the.holidays with : I'VE DEDICATED LIFE TO

; .. and Mrs. Phil Morgan and STAMPING OUT PEAPLV J
'of Orlando ... IS EXCEP77OKI.
. '{$ .. .. sons Mike and David AMP TO NO LETS ;
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. James L.. Deal.,Jr,,has returned air. and Mrs. W. J. Mullins of were guests the past week of Mr. USE PLENTY OF CHRISTMAS .
and Gifford und fain- I
Mrs. James
7 ,to Statesboro, Ga.., after a visIt Tampa and Mr. and Ms. Ross Crane E I seALS AND t: WORK FAR/ ,

\" here with Miss Mary Ellen Sims and son of Largo were holiday fly : SETTER+lLTN:

and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. guests here of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer (Babs) Up- :: I

t Q. Sims. Anders and Mr. and Mrs. Milton thegrove and family had as,dinner, ., J-1 T.tc-: I
1 Douthit Douglas and families. guests Thanksgiving Day Mr. and ,. ... < ( : I I
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. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Osceola JJpthegrove and fam- -
the holidays her Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Chastain j I !
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as guests through '
;: : ily Mr. and Mrs. Bob Durance, Mr. !
. parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Griffin were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas -j and Mrs. Gerald Hayes and daughter -I .. : I

_ : of Ochlochnee. Ga. Handley at Salt Springs over and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Norman ";,.}'"" ,.!' "I I
weekend. -
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Mrs. George B. Ramey entertained '
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: Point Road with a supper party guests Tuesday night with a surprise : ... '
, y Mrs: Earle law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Lester .''':. \
honoring their daughter, party honoring Mrs. Helen Schroder ... .
:" :: Pitts, on her birthday anniversary Reynolds,of Miami. on her birthday ,anniversary.Three '. / \
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Guy Sharon has as guests his Mr. and Mrs.. Forrest Lomatch of tables of Bolivia were in... ,": '... .,;;..' ,- -I I II ,

cousin.Mrs. Carrie Schuc and herS Bradenton were guests here over play. : :

: daughter, Caroline, of Worthington the weekend of her son, Kenneth Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Murphy and ,
- Hitchcock, and family. '
Minn." son Pat, visited his brother and .

- Following the evening worship sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. -- )
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Mr. and Mrs. Ralph O. Johnson :Murphy and family former Paho- '
( service at the First Methodist Http fight TB
Church Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. L and daughter spent Thanksgivingwith kee residents now living in. Indian-

Marshall Lair were hosts at a party his mother. Mrs. O. Johnson, town. O. M. Murphy, who has been stm Gtttt1D, E

for members of the Vesper Choir. in Lakeland. recuperating from a heart attack

for,the past few weeks is now able ., OI "ii.1' ,
-' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brooks Elar-
Mrs. Nola B. Smith entertained be have returned to Tallahassee to resume duties as waterworKs OOLAf .
at her home with a party honoringMr. superintendent at the Pratt and lObO 060 !
after the with .
spending holidays .
and Mrs. Ray,Smith_ pf Philadelphia Whitney plant.
Pa., house guests of Mrs. her parents, .Mr. and Mrs., R. T. Use Christmas Seals V IGKT RAC

Helen Schroder Smith, in Canal Point, and his Mrs. Ruth Yarbrough of.Umatilla ,
grandmother Mrs. George Elarbee, is visiting her sister, Mrs. An- ,

Miss Joan Darden, student nurse in Pahokee.Mr. drew Cummins, and other relativesand I Mrs D. W. Cunningham, chairman Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux

at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami friends'here this week. will preside at a meeting of have as guests her nephew and

is,spending a.,two-week vacation and Mrs. Edgar Wilder had the Commission on Education; nieces, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Orpinof
I with her parents. Mr. and :Mrs. _as dinner guests'on ThanksgivingDay Mr. and Mrs. James Sims and the Pahokee First Methodist Chur- Boston Mass., and Mr. and :Mrs.'

W C.Darden. in Pahokee. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Butler and son of West Palm Beach were holiday ch Wednesday at 8:30 p. m. William Van Gemmert of Fort
Mr. and Mrs. Thadd'WJ dden.
and Lauderdale.Cpl. .
of his Mr.
Mrs. Carney Wilder former Pa- guests parents Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Tillman had

hokee resident now living in Delray, The Rev. and Mrs. Charles D. Mrs. B. C. Sims, in Pahokee. as holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. James L. (Rusty) Hall and

: Beach, .is recuperating from surg- Stewart, spent Monday afternoonin children Pvt. Devie Dixon have returned to
. Members of the Pahokee Junior Charles Irvin and of Hia-
ery performed recently at the Ever- Fort Pierce visiting Mrs. J. K. the U. S. Marine Corps base at
Wildlife Club, accompanied by their leah and Tillman of Miami.
Sidney
'glades Memorial 'Hospital. Royeton who reported to be very New River N. C., after spending a
leader, W. A. (Pop) Reynolds en-
t i ilL t Mr., and Mrs. Buford Justice of two week leave with relatives in \
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Langford were joyed a weekend camping trip to Pahokee.

guests of his brother-in-law: and Lt. Millard Stanley, USAF, has Fisheating' C r e e k, Thursday Jupiter spent Thanksgiving herewith

'sister, Mr. ,and. Mrs. W. Perry returned to his studies at the Uni- through Sunday.,They were accom- her brother-in-law and sister Mrs. A. Q. Howell spent Thanks

Whidden,'and family of Palmdaleat versity of Illinois after a holiday panied by Pop's grandson Robert Mr. and Mrs. Jack. Bush' and giving holidays with her husband \

a picnic dinner at 'Fisheating visit here with his parents :Mr. and Reynolds."w family. I I I and other relatives in Immokalee.
La Mrs. M. P. Stanley. S
Creek.. on Thanksgiving. Day. "" '"

Mrs. Lulu Barfield, accompanied Mrs. J. G. Weeks returned home

; by Mrs. Carrie Schuck and,daughter Mondayfrom the Everglades. :Memorial U 1

Carolyn, of Worthington, Minn., I Hospital where she was a

visited her brother,/Charles: Bar patient.for several'days. \
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field, in West Palm where I r
Col. and :Mrs.'W. S. Evans were
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holiday guests "of their soninlawand

Those from Pahokee who attended daughter Dr.. and Mrs. Frank

the annual Thanksgiving dinner Handley, and children ,at Sebring.Mr. .

and reunion of,the Shive family in
and ,Mrs. James Gibson
the Belle Glade city park were Mrs.C. .
were'gueSts of Mr. and:Mrs. Arnold
A. Shive' Mr. and Mrs. O. D.
Barad in West Palm Beach on
Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph / +,

Grimes and family, Mr. 'and Mrs. Thanksgiving Day. FLORIDA'S WILDLIFE AS SEEN AT '

Vance,Denton and family.Mr. David Watkins has returned to 1 '

his studies at the University of \VEEKI WACHEE. (SPRING LIVE ) ON US
and Mrs. ,Ed Davis-'of'Fort OF THE MERMAIDS -19'
Missisippi ,after holiday visit herewith
Pierce were recent guests here of I
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. ,
Mrs.-Lulu Barfield.Mr. J

and Mrs. -W. T. Raynor and B. Watkins. p 6 : H : S
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown had as
son. Bobby of Sanford were guests
holiday guests Dr. and Mrs: B. Sittings .
here Sunday of the Rev., and Mrs.T. .
# and .lli.,and Mrs. McAteer
C. O'Steen.' r
all of Ocala; Mr. and Mrs. ;Leon i p'i,11
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Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp had as Burnett and family of Deland; also .

\ Thanksgiving Day guests Mr. and their nephew' Larry, Brown of .
Mrs.'W. J. Robinson of Clewiston'and Ocala.: jj'' THE BUCK BEAR IS AH '' .

:Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hughesand .
Mr. and,Mrs. James L. Merrell EXCELLENT SWIMMER '
family of Pahokee.Classified .
and children Loxahatchee visited t AMP IS GIFTED WITH A ,

I her parents"Mr.-and Mrs. Grady MARVELOUS POWER OF !

Chancellor in Pahokee Friday. The
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Chancellors also hp.d'as guests Mr.

Ads and Mrs.:Kenneth Wells-Ot.Miamt' ; : AND IS HIGHLYINTELLIGENT t

and Mr.. and Mrs. R. L. Guthrie cf 4 4

., Delray Beach $ ..:*v ,
SAD A VISITOR! Give 2661 a ZZm'm.." P .,, s l 9 ,

4 ring and let us know about :lt VLSI'' IN IHHOjE3iajo&a3draC,7ames..... r.' t
=and we will be happy to put tho' ii I'1V- ghtenahd UtffS T >Z?!( BuCK f'fE16gS' 5, f

Item In our personal news coluiekf! MLss Lola *Carson of Mlami'. ,t11- OF'1T1SMOTHERS ABOUT GoUNCEtfWHICH iS A>tilMA4R6D I zv soth -
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Of course there is NO CHARGE.j WE1641T
:were Thanksgiving Day guests of WTTM ANEW BOW DEER WKIOt WB6HSJ3ot
Thanks. he Everglades News. I'Mr. and Mrs.'H..C. Graham at,Pa ) of ITS MOWER'S WEIGHT OR AWW4Zofli

I hokee. Miss Carson remained with OF'lTS MOTHERS WEU5KTOKE \
FOR SALE: New and used Willys '
[ the Grahams 'until Saturday when LIVE MERMAIDSOFWEEKI
OF THE
Jeeps., Walter Ashley's Garagein I they all motored to Miami to see WACHEE

Belle Glade. Phone 3058.. the Florida-Miami football game in BOTTLE FEEDJN6"SPRIM6 1
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Oct. 17-54-ch., the Orange BowL THE.BABY BLACK BEAR '
CU8..:SPRI"G-'S MOW
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If PULL GROWN AMP CAN BE
SEEM AT wino VIACXEE (
you need cards envelopes letterheads .

statements, ,bill heads,'hand :

bins or something in the printingline SCHOOL'SOPEN ; S

just step, to the phone and call t S 5

The Everglades News at Canal

Point No 2661. We, are, experts in / s'zi

producing excellent. printing and

our prices are,in. line with' out of

town,, printers who come to the

Glades for printing business.Please .
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SALE: Three 7:00x15 Army f fI
PIET CONSISTS OF ALL i
Tread and one Ground: Grip tread
7OOxl5.TIsed Tires. Good Tread .. lYPES OF INSECTS AlGRUBS. I
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Jake,Platt,,Phone 7600. Pahokee. /
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L .- Of The' Nazarene. Of Prophecy, Pahokee Baptist Church n.* I 3. '

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R v. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor '
71 Bacom Point Road Canal Point Road i I s
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f Chariee'F. Crauswell.Pastor :
; John H. KInard pastor
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Phone 7528 P. b.-Box 882
i.: lp00. a. m.-Sunday School. 11:00a.. m.Morning'-Worship 'I
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:" SUNDAY SERVICES: 11:00 Service '
a. m.-Preaching
.. 6:30 Union.
m. Training
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..'< 6:30 p. m-Junlorg. -1 W. M. B. ".
;JOO p. m. Thursday 7:30 Meeting. } : .
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5 p. Everyone welcome i Special music ... #
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,;; Evangelistic ,Service. -
J: WEDNESDAY: and singing.- i*>'. Week Of Prayer Is g
;; 7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer teb wb
meeting. The Methodist Church Observed PahokeeThe 96 UteJl1'.+i!'
Y I .... U<.- Christmas Seal
:. "Where you-.are a stranger but Canal Point Florida I I C tNO M RA Tx It.s.1.t ort

: once. Woman's Missionary Union I wwwwwww ,.,
of the Pahokee First Church -
Robert A. Shelley, PastorSUNDAY Baptist THIRD ANNIVERSARY QUARANTINE LIFTED
: ; : ': is holding special meetings at I The '
First Methodist : : Members of'"Pahokee Girl Scout federal tick quarantine has .I
the church this week in observanceof
10:00 a. m.--church School Troop 247 celebrated the third til1- been removed from Palm Beach
Church, Pahotfee 11:00 a.'m.-:Mprning Worship I I week of prayer,with Mrs.Joe,E. I niversary of the' founding of the I II I county except in areas where ticks

; ( -* 6:30 p. m.-youth: Fellowship Thompson, president,, presiding,' troop at' a party in the social hall were found and still under state
Rev. T. C. O'Steen 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship and Mrs. E. B. Gamble WMU program I of the First Methodist Church. I I quarantine. This includes the areas.
chairman in of -
kSUNDAY: MONDAY: charge program Center attraction was a decorat- west of Jupiter, west of Lantana
" 9:45 a. m.Church School' 3:15 p. m. Youth Choir practice arrangements.The fiirthday'cake in the'shape of the I i and Africa, USA. The Federal

t 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship TUESDAY: first special program Mon-I I number three, with three lighted quarantine was lifted Nov. 25.
day afternoon, "Seeing the Multi- _.. ,
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6:45 p: m. 8:00 p. m.--Woman's. Society candles on top. Mothers of -the I
7:45 p. m.-Evenmg Worship 1st Tuesday ', tudes Hungry," was ,presented by I Scouts wereguests.CIRCLE RETURNS. TO GEORGIA
the Lottie:Moon: Circle. On'Wednes -
TUESDATC: 2nd :MONDAY: TO ,MEET Mrs. W. B. Elam has returned to
, 7:00 p. .-Vesper Choir prac- 7:30 p. m.-Esther'Class_ meeting 'day evening, in place Of the regu'arprayer The Mabel Simonsori Circle will
service, the Grace Jerni- Glenwood, Ga., after a brief visit
ticeWEDNESDAY progt.am frnanuel
WEDNESDAY: present the "E ,
with relatives in Canal Point. Sao
Circi
nted the ,
, : 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting gan pre program God With Us!' at the December
t 7:45'p.. m.-Midweek devotions I "Seeing the Multituds Afraid." The I meeting of the Pahokee MethodistWoman's was accompanied by her sister -
Senior last of the series will be. Mrs. Eva Lowery, who had
,: 8:30 p. m. Choir prac- program Society of Christian Ser- .
4; tlc. St. Mary's Catholic, presented this Friday at 3.p. m. Ly vice at the'church Monday 8 y:. peen the guest of Mrs. Elam and. '
the Betty Mills Circle', the topic be- > other relatives in Georgia.
f i: ,ChurchFather m. Mrs, ,Ernest Maxwell, president,J .. .
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Multitudes with
the
ing "Seeing will preside at the business..
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Canal First -
Point ,Compassion." At this meeting a ... .- Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Reynolds hadas
Francis Fennech Pastor
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Baptist Church : Sunday.Mass -11:30 a.,m. special: offering will be received Mrs, Ruth Ann Zimmerman, new' dinner guests Thanksgiving Day
1 for -the ,L ttie Moon Christmast'und. their children, Mr. and Mrs. RobertW.

,, Elder R. E.Barfield Confessions. before.. Mass.. secretary.at'the Pahokee-Element-' ReynoldS and Bill Reynolds of
., ary.School,-Is patient at the;Everglades Fort Pierce, Mrs. Ernest C; Pitt-

SUNDAY 10OO.a.:'m. Sunday School First ;Baptist ? CLASSIFIED Abs'p Memorial .Hospital', this I man and family and :Mrs. W. P. -

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Church, Pahokee '. ," ;BICT- DIVIDENDS" .i. ,week.'I .(Bill) Culberson.

7:00: 'p. .-B. T. C.

8:00 p. .-Evening Worship SUNDAY SERVICES: ,.;' .; < ,' < .
', WEDNDESDAY: D45 a. no. Sunday School '
11:00 a. m.-Morning'Worship ,
\ 7:30 p. m.--Midweek Prayer
Service 6:45 p. m:Training Union .

-. 2nd acid 4th TUESDAYS: 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship r

7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary WEDNESDAY:
Meeting. 8:00 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. .

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Pahokee .. ... ----r .. S
TO PRESENT PROGRAM; I '
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M. Wendell HamUn, Vicar Mrs. Robert A. Shelley'will.present ', : '
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SUNDAY: the Christmas.program'at the ( _
10'a. 'm.-Sunday School December meeting of the Canal

J 11 a. m. Worship Service Point Methodist ,Woman's Society -_
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Miss Kaye Hughes, student at the,church Tuesday at 8 p. m.-:Mrs. Sure, ,1i 's a grand old flag ;

Jones Business College Orlando, W. E: Blackwell., president will .. >,Thai's i lJhy we salute her. .> .'
'visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. presid at the business session. .y r
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,Joe Kelly, in,Fort Pierce. Mrs. J. W Repper will.ibe hostess. -f' we ; /

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PHONE WY 6-3038 GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGER
NOW PAYING 3%% 'INTEREST

; SALES EVERY MONDAY AT .1 p. m.s ,
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Golden Wedding Observed Need State Improvements Art Galleries .. \.-Blondfo By Chic Young I. j

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,SARASOTA Directors o? theRingling BLONDiE, HERE5 MY CONTRIBUTIONI I

'. Museum of Art have re- TO THE CHRISTMAS SEALS- CAMPAIGN,
.I:quested $610,000 in capital expenditures -
{} I HOPE ALL OUR FRIENDS WILL
x. I for improvement's to the .

|I building housing the stateownedart HELP GENEROUSLY f _
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Pleases The YankeesLake l I .

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Shore Growers CooperativeOf

Belle Glade, reported this week I p -Ch.b'mas Seals

.. that snap beans arriving at Northern
G + ,MM!'=." terminals in its'ne.wly-adopted .
,' j3'r N9A F''s7..)aMl 'i:: one-bushel wirebound bean cratesare HOSPITALt I
PATIENTS AT
},. being .fe xce nally'well reP Cafe Group NamesIts
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ei'':: +,'xd,,i. New Officers glades Memorial Hospital the first
. :3;} ';:;: :w.j': Martin (Marty) Roth, recently
.,.. .w.!} ; of the week were Mrs. Vivian
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appointed Hake Shore sales man-
ager who was ,formerly associatedwith MIAMI-Election of officers recently -j I Stamps, Angus Sims, Mrs. Esther
of the Florida Restaurant i Levins, Mrs. Verna Weeks, Mra.
: M. Roth and Sons, Chicago I I I \
w j Ruth Ann Zimmerman, Glenn Powell
Association named James J. Marks,
for 30 years, said comments from I i I
markets Lake owner of Martine's Restaurant, Mrs. Joanne Wilder, Mrs. Jessie
terminal receiving
:, Mr. and Mrs..James Harrison Wilkinson, Sr., residents of Pahokeefor Pensacola as the new president. Mills, Mrs. Lois Collier and Mrs.,
29,years, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at 'an, open Shore beans this season indicates I Stella ,Repper.
Hotel
Meeting at the Columbus ,
house,and reception at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr.i{I"condition of arrival is good with -
the restaurant also elected
and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, ,Jr.., on Sunday November: 6, with their six practically no damage to the pro men
sons and daughters-in-law and three daughters and, sona-in-lawractlag duce." Fred J. Abood, Abood's Steer Room BPWO :MEETINGThe
as hosts. Approximately 175 guests were present to offer congratulations. The Belle Glade, cooperative is Restaurant, Jacksonville ,vice Pahokee Business and Professorial -
., ,. packing entire bean crop for president; ,Mrs. Dorothy W. Hunt, Women's Club will conducta
... wruw fresh market in the one-bushel ,owner of Highlander Restaurant business-meeting at the home,of

Sorority Plans For INFANT CHRISTENED "I,wirebound crate. Lake Wales, secretary: ; and Jerry Mrs. Allie Okie Tuesday 8, p.ro. I
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Thomas Edward ;Martinez 'infant : Roth said Lake Shore's switch to I Broz, owner of the Famous Restaurant with Mrs. Mildred Lavender pres-

Christmas Party son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I wirebound' 'containers' was made be- I Lake Worth, .treasurer. I ident, to preside. t

-- cause"the Terminals seemed to like
Martinez, Jr., was christened dur-
The Xi Beta Tau Chapter of-he !the wirebound ''better than thehamper. i
ing the 11:30 a. m. mass at St.i(I ." He drew this..concl sionI +++ i ]lit
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority made I
" Mary's Catholic Church in Pahokee 'from I I a pre-seasoti tour of the term-
plans for its annual Christmas '
THEATRESPRINCE
Sunday. Taking part in the cere- inals in which produce packagingwas
party at the meeting at the home I Iflrs. I I mony with the baby and his parentswere discussed, length.

J.L. Tyson, Jr., with :Mrs. Mrs. A. L. Vertommen, iris According to Roth, buyers expressed -
W. O. Moss, president presiding.. maternal grandmother and god preference for the wire- : nLAKE DRIVE-IN

The party will be at the home of.! mother, and Prseton H. Dunckelman bound container "because\it offers r

:Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson the i who served as. proxy for better refrigeration; easier handling ; Pahokee ,..':-,4 Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
niglit} of Dec. 17. The business session i Thomas Martinez Sr., of Galves- and higher quality arrivals"at -- ,4 -" -
was ,followed by a dessert ton, ''Texas, the baby's paternal the market. -2 BIG FEATURES t

bridge. grandfather and godfather. Lake Shore Cooperative planted SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYDECEMBER SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY I

.400 acres of fall snap beans and .. DECEMBER 4- -6 .
, plans the same acreage.for spring ; 4-5-6: "WAKE ME .1
I beans. Roth noted the fall crop

has been of excessive"lighter than rains usual"prior because toI "The Lost World" ERNIE WHEN KOVACS IT'S: DICK OVER"SHAWN' ,I

planting.. He termed quality
MICHAEL RENNB3 JILL ST. AND 9IARGO MOORE
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"good. JOHN DAVID HEDISON ALSO .
The cooperative also plans to
. / \ J DUVAL utilize wirebound crates this season ,AND CLAUDE'RAINS' 'Hell On Devil's Island' '

for leafy vegetables such as ,
COUNTY romaine. I-t"Jo I I I I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I : 1 I I I I 1 I I I I,I I : t t : I t I 'I I : I :.
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Junior Choir For 1! ""'./fr.arsv..T8\/sxrTrs. : jySrir'sffli'
Canal Pt Methodists 'r"'i1\I.


.... A new.Junior-Choir has been :>r. NOW O"'Et'
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ganized 'at the Canal Point Melh-

odist;,Church made up of children

Jacksonville from:, the fourth.through'the eighth FOR, THE'SE'ASON:

: grades, 'with Mrs. Ida Blanchard .
:." and Mrs. W.'E. Blackwell servingas I
& shipping
directors. Other children of this Packing our finest quality,

age group, are invited to join the Indian River Tree Ripened, Large
choir which now has an enrollmentof
23. Practice sessions...are at the Juicy NAVELS Juice, Orange Pink-

: church on Tuesday afternoons at 3 ,:Grapefruit Large variety of Southern
Duval County, one of the first to be formed in Florida, o'clock.In the first public performance .
was created in 1822 and bears the name of Florida's first at the church the choir sang CANDIES Coconut Patties Pralines -.

civil governor, William P. DuVal. The ,Metropolitan? City., two special numbers "Whisper a Jellies;; Marmalades and Pecan Nut As
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Prayer" and Lord Knows the
"My
of Jacksonville is a business transaction} center. for 'thousands -
of yitors each year. Jacksonville- has become a Way Through. .the. -Wilderness." sortments. '

major? convention city, and is also fast becoming the insurance : t
HAVE REi WEST'VISITORS "
center;4>f'the South. Freighters from all over the Mr. and Mrs.: Earl Cooper will Gift Packages Special Shipments
world anchor in the'city's deep water port '
have as guests this week their son-
; + In I progressive Duval County and, throughout Florida in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.: I Fruit To Take HomeMAYAOAGROVES

the, :United States Brewers.Foundation works) constantly to Ray Blass, and children of Key

maintain, the sale,of beer and ale under pleasant orderly, West. Mrs.,Blass and children planto '
conditions. Believing that strict law enforcement serves remain in Pahokee with her parents

the ,best interest of the people of Florida. the Foundation I while he fills an assignment of .,

.. stresses', close cooperation -with the Armed :Forces- law sea duty for the U. S. Navy duringthe ,Bessemer,Properties, Incorporated*

enforcement officiats. coming, year.
and governing U. S. 441 and S. R.76f ,
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r Duran and .
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph "

BEER FLORIDA'SLIGHT : \ children, formerly of Cuba have 1 Phone 9492
United States Brewer moved into the Chastain residence
BRIGHT x I Foundation on Lake Front Drive:;north of ..:he j } -
jfi"Sl' OPEN SUNDAYS
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BEVERAGE E: ,11erWa tx.w.. I Fairvilla Motel Canal Point.- 3 r. ,
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OF MODERATION 'OU" ",......fbr&fa I Duran is employed;as bookkeeperat : :
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