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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 16, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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December41960 PUBLISHED WEEKLY- IN CANAL POINT By PAUL RARDIN

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CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT. THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACHC..OUNTY
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Sugar Factory _at Bryant 'One-Half Mile Savannah Sugar Refinery U.S. Sugar Corp. :\ .'

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12,000,000 for Mill Alone; Operation Here Will Build Multi-Million Dollar RefineryHere

Will Save Hundreds of Thousands of,Dollars .

in. Freight, ; Mill Will Be In Operation:by November "

1962 With Attendant Payrolls That Also In Joint Expansion ProgramNewWaterPlantTo


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A contract in excess of $12,000- Mother wwwwvwu Of Mrs. Price I Joe Gold Passes; Along with a new sugar mill to )
000 between the United States
% be erected here there will also come
Sugar Corporation and a Palm I Bijrdeshaw Dies Ala. Former Glades Man ,
multi-million
a new dollar refineryto
Beach contractor will bring to fruI- Serve Sugar MillA
tion in 1962 a new and modern I Elizabeth Joe.Gold, 60, who lived in the be built through a joint venture
Mrs. H. Nowell, 92,
sugar mill in this area when completed Glades area for ;more than 20 6f the United: States Sugar Corp-
mother of Mrs. Price Burdeshaw of
at the Bryant Plantation of new, modern and up-to-date years, died in Miami this week. oration at Clewiston and the Savannah -
Pahokee died
I Thanksgiving Dayat
U. S. Sugar Corporation % mile her home in Headland Alabama. water plant win be built by the The funeral will be held today at Sugar Refinery of Port
1. from Canal Point. Officials of the Burial at Headland Baptist United States Sugar'Corporation' the Mizell-Sunon-Faville Funeral Wentworth'at Savannah Ga.
company in Clewiston told The was. at Bryant to furnish. pure fresh Home in West Palm Beach. Mr, The refinery will be erected immediately
Cemetery. Along with Mrs. Burde-
t Evterglades News that ,the road shaw water for the new sugar mill Gold was in the retail ,merchandising adjacent to the new
as survivors are: Mrs. D. W.
i has been cleared for erection of and which will be erected and in operation business while a resident of the sugar mill at Bryant which will be
Belyeu of Miami, ,sister, Mrs.
the mill and that directors of the for the fall cane season Glades. He had many friends in built by the United States Sugar:
Axel Jensen
of West Palm Beach,
corporation have given- the green of 1962. The information was this area who will regret to hear Corporation,operators,of the sugar_
another. sister One brother, J., P.
light to the undertaking. I Herring: of Pa&okee;: also given directly to Everglades of his passing. mill in Clewiston where sugar cane
C" Present plans said ,the official Slryives.' .News,by JHr'I.fIcIaI.of- U. S. ''. ... raised in- the Canal Point area isshipped

i 2! call for erection of the plant, and Segsr" Corp:,: In dewtetoa'when ,, to, ,be manufactured into
grinding of cane to 'begin' in No- NewSidlwalkForBacom other information was given out Float In Parade raw, sugar. From Clewiston the

,, vember 1962. At present the cane concerning the more than $12- raw sugar,is:shipped, to Savannahto

grown in the Eastern Division by oooOOto be spent la erection of For The GovernorPalm be refined into Dixie Crystals
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the USSC is shipped by freight Point RoadThe the new mill. granulated,sugar' and then returned -

from Canal Point,to Clewiston over At present the Sugar Corporation by freight to your* growers'

the Florida East Coast Railwayand owns and operates a water Beach County will be represented shelves In Florida and other. partsof
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Pahokee' City Council in rge- ,plant in Canal Point, where It in a Tallahassee 'parade America. '

" Freight charges alone on cane ship- ular session Monday,night petition serves: a snail area immediatelysouth marking the inaugaration of C. Officials of the Sugar Corporation -

ped over this route amount to more ed the Federal Communicaitons of the West Palm Beach Farris Bryant as Governor of the in Clewiston told The Everglades ;

,. than half a million 'dollars.eacli.' Commission to investigate the 'allegations Canal, another area to the northof state. News that the refinery Mu

r,? cane season. that the CBS television the CanaL Prime purpose for The county commission: this week be ready for operation along with

Erection of .the mill at Bryantwill "Harvest of Shame". 'operation of,the present plant Is, voted to spend $800 for a float to the new sugar mill in the fall cf
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"j bring to. Canal Point,and thesurrounding program televised the 'ofiNov.,25, wasgrossly td furnish water to the Bryant; .be entered the parade. '.1962. Exact amount. ( the expenditure -

area' :,many new work unfair night to farmers and civic plantation ,of the Corporationand A number of county officials are to cover construction costs
ers who will necessarily have to residents of Canal Point expected to be present for the in- of ,the new and modern refinerywere
' leaders who have been
._ have somewhere to'call home.'Some: for years>> :% areas herein described. auguration ceremonies in January.In not available to the sugar

new homes will have to built It,is ing trying:the to living improve conditions and:are#simprov- -... ...-.,: '-' other actions this week the company official giving the Infor-
of migrant .
f estimated that around 300 work-: commission: mation.:However, he said that the

men (colpred and.white) will be labor tions families are found, and,to if be these reasonably allega- : Louisiana Must:. I Took under advisement four:pro- cost will e:several millions of dol-.
needed to keep the giant wheels of lars. .
posals for improvement of arr'interI '
that FCC : Grind Cane
. supported, in
the mill the engage a EarlyThe At there two
I sugar: rolling through secton at Lake Worth Road and' present .are only
:.', 24 hour grinding days that.are usual detailed investigation into the activities I >'A".Street in Lake Worth.:to da-: small refinery operations in Flor-
from the middle of October motives and supporters. of sugar cane producing area termine costs of the project. ida-qne atjpkeejanta, Sugar Refinery -

until the middle of ApriL .in the the report'on migrant- labor,given of Louisiana does not enjoy the Approved: an' agreement for installation ,.Ino. and the other at Fells-
d i % The economic impact upon: this program. continued year 'row d excellent of. John mere Sugar 'Company at Felles-.
some 20 Ughts"in
,.-*: '\ The Council.also petitioned<<: CBS cane weather that ; .
*'tiImmediate area can be imagined growing wo Prince Memorial Park= mere,, Fla,,. .
a,tenyearcontract
; .., .,. with huge new payrolls in the'offS and Phillips Morris, Ino, sponsorcf have here on the eastern shore of I w'W" -.a. a .-
of
with the City Lake, I
;- ,ing. The'tISsC- plans: ,extensive increase the program'to present a sequelto Lake Okeecbobee. Cane In Louisiana :

... in their'cane:'acreage: ,In the-. "Harvest of;.Shame", giving the must necessarily} ,cat before I Wprtlu Instructed: the} county engineerand ;. Steers Are Shown::: .
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,-'. ,.:: ? immediate future. The ;company public an opportunity to see the Christmas and cold weather.' :
. other side !of the migrant, ,problem. More than 40 email mills county attorney to check into
4"y.already ownsthousands: acres : sugar
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... .. / motion 1 a dredging, contract at:Lake Os-:, By Local FFA BoysThe
; Upon by G.. H. Tucker, "
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borne to
ing and many sections of it will Jr.;. it: was'voted ,that the city ad- more than sp ,oeo acres of sugar is determine if the contractor .
following terms of the
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be in the immediate (continued on page 8) cane grown in ,Louisiana. They agreement
planted tp sugar cane -
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-- .. ,and if not to terminate the Junior Cattlemen's Associa-
',' finished with th3
: future.Employment in the are nearly
contract at once. tion held a demonstration meetinglast
Canal Point' should I harvest in that .
cane
area Stamp
pick up 'Vendmgllachine sugar crop --- Saturday at the Pahokee Vo-
,' just the minute: that TJSSC starts area now, according to reports
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cational
P. Agricultural Shop. Nome ,
,; r its new operations.of planting andS At o. reaching Canal Point. It is hereon Elks Will Sponsor Norman and the FFA Chapter of
making ready for future harvests. --- Lake Okeechobee with the
.,.;, -----.. A new type of. stamp vending balmy weather and an occasional Pahokee arranged to have tbs
A Turkey Shoot steers for a demonstration on cUpping -
:.. Girl Senior Scout- machine completely electronic and cool spell that sugar aWe harvest grooming and showmanship .
automatic,.with a robot-like: ability : can start the middle of

1? ; ; Roundup'Discuss.cd. ,for.making change,has been October and continue through The Pahokee Elks Club will for the McCall groupp.Eli furnished. the dairy ,

stalled in the lobby of the new in-I until April. sponsor a turkey shoot at the club
animals
,:: ,: for the clipping and showmanship -,
for Senior Girl
Plans Scout
.;... a hokee Post Office building, grounds on December 22-2324 beginning demonstration. Ray
;. Round-up.were discussed by members ling patrons to purchase
stamps at 1:30'p. m. and continu-
CHOIR DIRECTOR ,QUITS, Leach Show Herdsman of M&M
of Senior at the '
Troop ,38 when the office is closed. ing until "dark.
I j: Ranch the demonstration
-- gave on
semimonthly meeting held with Designated as the completely new
Shotguns will be used and shells
their leader.Mrs. E..C.Johnson, at "Model R" the first of its kind to Mrs. M; M. Nicely has tenderedher will be furnished by the Elks. If clipping and Kent and showing beef cattle
Price Assistant
the Johnson Clinic. Plans were alsomade.or' be installed in Florida, the machine resignation as director of the you don't .have a shotgun they Agent gave a, demonstration County on .
a Court Awards and a vends three and four-cent stamps Chancel Choir of the Pahokee First will also lend you one. Shots will
program of,entertainment.for'par- and unlike most privately-owned I i Methodist Church, effective Jan. 1. be $1.00 each. mals.clipping' andshowing dairy -ani

ents. Progress 'being made on machines, gives full value in :Mrs. Lester Hatton who is directing There will be plenty of turkeysto .

%- Christmas 1 projects were: reported. stamps and ft cent,in change.If the Vesper, Junior and Cherub shoot for. This is your chance Nealy Johnson
A'reprcoontative will be named stamps run out,or the machine :Choirs at the church, to get your Christmas turkey' for neering student \selectrical Institute engi-
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Chancel Georgie
at tbe itsseeUngo' report troop fans in any mechanically, signal serve as director of the a (LOO and have a,lot of fun doing of Technology-$ ,& :
spending
'-:.. '. activities to the:Sector' Scout newspaper lights flash 'on indicating the I Choir. Mrs.Nicely had been directlag' it. Come on out and try your luck; three week's vacation with his a
:- ,)according to Heine Salvatore -I trouble and the coins '.are refusedby I j the choir for..the past year and It could be you who wins ODe of Mr. and :Mrs. Alex Johnson parents -
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troop. ',.rsp t tr.4 c -' the machine.' I,a kaJf. these fine ,birds. is Pahokee
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Pahokee Honor Roll': '1 I ham. Dianne Graham* Carol Hat- Bride's Shower F9.t (I

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ton, Dianne Hollon Wayne Hund- .

iY .i. ALL A's | ley, William Kennedy, Gloria.King, t Mary Ellen,Sipis

7th Grade; Keith Padgttt. John j Dorothy Lair Carolyn Maxson bride-4
Miss Mary Ellen Sims
;s Pell. John Mills, Waltei I
L.- tJ 8th Grade Constance Bacon : Kirby Mole elect of James L. Deal Jr., was ..:;
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Faye Elliott, Linda"Reid. -': Parker, Harold Peacock, Charles 1'I honored at a bride's shower held in '

9th Grade.;:"Eugene Cooper. Walter Pell, Amanda Pitts Jann Ann the Pahokee Woman's Club bUIld-
ing Tuesday night, with Mrs. J. J. ,
Young. I jPlumer, Linda Sheffield Hazel
\ I 10th Grade; Connie Singletary, Sheppard Pete Storey. Bush Mrs. Don Wilson Mrs. Bu- ;,
12th Grade: Carol Epstein, Ila 10th Grade; Wayne Boynton Joe ford Justice, Mrs. John Rogers J
Mae Smith. Graham, Robert Lampi. Ernest I :Mrs. Charles Maxson Mrs. J. C.
HONOR ROLL... A's or B's Pittman, Heather Reed? Donald Harris and Mrs. G. *T. Murphy <'!
'\ 3!r'; Micltael hostesses Mrs. Don Wilson was in \
. 7th Grade; Awbrey, I Tankersley, Jlmmie" Vandegrift I
" Franklin Branch Tamara Branch Michael Watkins, Velma Williams charge of the guest book. The '.\'
The Rardin Building In Canal'Point, Florida ,JoEllen Brown, Ted Butler Mich-I Linda Woofter Amy Young. hostesses gave accent to the poin-
: ael Cowart Glenda Crews,. ,LaW-. llth Grade; Vicki Alley Robert settia In carrying out the Christmas
: THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF theme in the clubhouse decora
ands Edmondson Randy Jarriel, Boe, Sue Brow r. Janett? Harrington -
John Johnson, Audrey McDowell, Roger Hatton John Hundley tions. Refreshments were served to
" -THfi : EVE, AUKS NEWS Tommy McElhenny, Annelle Nix Jimmy Jackson Marjorie Kahn I approximately 50 guests. ,

. _-- Olivia, Pittman, Michael; Sanders Patricia; .Keene, Joanne McKinstry v.v aAmong \
t!'r. "\ \-- .:. Serving the Lake Okeechobee.Farming Region Without Calvin Spooner 'Jim Tyson_ Reid ,Claud Morgan, Sue,Sheridan EVelyn -, AT I THE HOSPITAL, .
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years Tillery. Stacy,. Katherine Young. the patients at the Ever- I
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" Z' Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday 8th Grade; Brenda Alderman, 12th Grade; ,Shirley Anderson glades Memorial Hospital Wednesday ;
; Dixie Awbrey, Tommy Collier Lin- Jeff Barwick, Joyce Brown Ed- were Angus Sims; Mrs. Annie
Price Year In Advance
: .. Subscription' $2.00 da Douglas :Melvin Geer Faye ward Crews, Kaye Dixon Dianne .. Hamblen, Mrs. Doris Duncan Mrs.
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Harris Samuel Lemonds, Betty Douglas Carlota Fernandas Betty Margaret Bolton Roscoe Stokes..

.= -., In Canal Point, Florida as Second Class Matter Storey Willola Tyson Larry Rae Gillis. Lee Granims Alice I Mrs. Gwen Levins Mrs. Betty*Ar-
" Wright Hand, Linda Hand Elizabeth Hum I rietta and Dallas Peaden
t": ': .,/ Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher 9th Grade; David Beede. Pamela phries, Margie Hunt, Ralph .101)5.1|. .. "-
Boe, William Boe Ronald Brace- Morris Kennedy ,Sandra Lampi, The Rev. Joe G. Clements of
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\ 3 M 1 '" well Thomas Brock, Paula Bry, Glenda Sears, Joanne Todd Bren- Fort Lauderdale former pastor of
,.;', ant, Richard Butler Wilma Cooper da Unwin Dianne Whiteside and the Canal Point Baptist Church
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's
Robert Culberson, Harry Cunning- Nellie Mae Yoemans. visited friends here the past week.

Meeting Of The Palm Beach r ". I '

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for the franchise.
county commission this week'voted I I
j. The two local firms represented
to extend a car rental franchise at j -
by Phil O'Connel I I
were given anew
". v, International Airport for two West contract which will expire t Phone 511 Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle'Glade I
Palm Beach firms now providing I July 1, 1964. .

'. this service at the installation.The In another action on airport I SALES and SERVICE '
board rejected offers ,by I'transportation, the commission, extended -
\ Hertz' and Avis Rent A car and a. taxi franchise to Yellow Heating Air Conditioning? Appliances il
,. accepted.proposal made,by National Cab. Company to:1964 for service I 1
Car.Rental and Olin Car Rental the company is now performing at .

; each which agreed'to pay the county the base. ......,. .. .. i"'" ....- ......r .. __'"
., 'an annual fee: of$12,000 or a I The commission also approved a -_. .---.......... .
, 12%percent of its gross, whichever lease,agreement with'Eastern Airlines : '
'. Is,'greater. I for warehouse storage space Tjje ;:,::

;'"\ Hertz offered. $20,000 a year, or at-,the terminal. I
;t" 10 percent of gross: andAvis: agreed Some 70,patients at the. County I I
. ''';-: to 'a $15,000: annual, payment. :plus Home,will ,be ,treated to a tour of j I -, ., .",
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; 10 'percent. WestPalm'Beach to view the city's I -.""
E making its decision'the board Christmas decorations. i S: tv:

i recalled*hat two ,years,ago Hertz Richard Held,,s superintendent !.'
and Avis refused to deal*with the the home received, permission of :]T-.......
:4 county on 'a' percentage basis And the county board to make arrangements .
took the; concession. on, an annual /or the, tour and:to, use, city \ ttf.,
rental basis'which the commission buses for .transportation
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, : Men's; Supper ClubThe
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Committees ,
Baptist Brotherhood Vocal f ,
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"' .. Quartet of Belle Glade. composedof
'J' President: W.. O. (Bill) Moss
s named,Mrs.,Eugene.Laks'chairman I' William Thiebaud W. 'L: Cunningham ,

t ,of the health. committee and,Mrs. Brown Setterlind and S r v. ::. .,
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. Pewane ,Rhodes? ,chairman of the I W., F Forsee, with Dale Tedwell ,
,evaluation,c.pjnjnitte at the.December piano accompanist. will present a
. \ meeting qt,'jthe"Pahokee} 'Par- musical. program at the December .1
''. ,ent-Teacher! Assj>claonin.Jthe? high meeting of the Methodist Men's .

a ,etchooj,. udi driuin.; Supper: Club 'in the social hall of t

r,. A,.totaj of. 4$2-Pll! djiupmemberswaarepprteAa ,the First Methodist Church Tues. : 1
t ;ihje; n :of the. :succesaf day evening. President O.:' B. Mc- t .ir z V V ,

t S' ul membership drive under-ther Cl m win preside. Frank Rozelle .. ; }

.4ttec4QU.oL; .Milton.. _DqUgUs. is in charge- of.program arrange- t
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,m No-.h'p.} .. :..M eIporttyRt fS mentsr James'W.'Vann. Kyle Scott 4i I : &!! :! ,
14 ..1'ft.4. : and.Leater.Holme are on,tho'supper .
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teDdance..a ,were drba'b r Krs. '
Mae Lafluysfifth grade room *t :dIR'DramagealDallas

', thf 1! \W'Ua8 -, -f 60 .1OO$appreciated -
1Mi1th-&Tadetat--the bIP L' Peaddn, '88; who wandered l
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.:..''.', "' .' "1\tAJL.: ''h-tRas'gtq.eate.i '1 It.d_ ,Perry .Peaden, ..Srin.: Pahokee ;
Ten'of Mrs.; Allil! gene' Scott's and Tuesday afternoon and became Clt1tflSTMAS GIF7P 9.
.. Mrs Mae_ LafUn's fifth grade lost, was found after an allnight [ :

,; 'rooms and Mrs.''Sabah"Thomas'ssixth search by relatives; friends and police ,. -. -- -. ,
f!. ; ; grade' room.;'The' play was officers shortly'after daybreak li

: ,.-:-- directed liy Miss ISHezf'Morgan" ,andMrkI Wednesday morning: .lying flat on electircu1 ,f qJ.cltt' I
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:'R.;F.'.HuTrtw&'ttiano'accom-* ; -4 his ',back-near;the.toe dJ.tclof'the -are, "Trejsurf of Christmas Ideas"
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/ 'panbtt. Lake Okeechobee levee back of the "
war
work and
Eghten your
:Refreshments were served: the Elks .
; Lodge Building l Franlc.vBcllc brighten your holiday. Free i
,:. school<< cafeteria:which:was.. beautifully searching from:the'air in a plane 1 -.For,, .: .farm'and,? ; :.- home r, .for.. ,family and'friends, at electrical appliance dealers. :
',- decorated in' the Christmas was ,the first to spot h m, .there's nothing like an electrical gift to please .1
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': Tnotif for .the occaslpn 'by"Mr3.>> Suffering from exposure to the
,, :Chrsrles'Wllkinsoriirid' : members of coldest.might of the season, withthe :' everyone.So be a thoughtful giver this Christmas. :> :. I

;i',, \ .her ; hostess ,committee for- the \temperature in, the mi -f ortiea -. Give 'Better Electncspy! :$ive, a gift that
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,<'S;"' :.month.- .. '!and: sharp wind' .blowing; from the keeps,oa giving i leisure, convenience, comfort ,
'. north, he was sUll'Onscious when
',- 'JERNIGAN' CIRCLE -found.and,was taken to the:Everglades and enjoyment throughout the):ear.Your appli :r'
t .{. Mrs.John'Fiattoaled.members- of Memorial Hospital where \ ante dealer is now showing gleaming"carefree L lrtg+ ,, of vv

: Grace;Jernigan Circlet;Pahokee his, conditionals reported,, to be :
: Baptist WMU, in. the, study, of the ,"fair"by the .attending physician.His electrical gifts- a,special holiday display in I I I

:' ..: .last half of the mission book, medium-weight clothing was all prices. Don't delay. See them today.
It "Across the Bridge," at the December .soaked:; with water; ,indicating ne i
", "'< ". meeting at: her home;with,Mrs. had wa through canal sometime .
: Mary 'Hammond,- heatess. ''Mrs.. H. : ch r ,/ llId.E 'a
L' ..;. ;during the, 'night, according r4 Jt 6llffff
, '. 'C.::Graham,. chairman', 'presided at; to Police, Chief Leon Guthrie. 1
,L '). the business and.Mrs R.:s.*S.Doutix-Iti .. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

:it 'g&ve"U e devotlesalsl'The Jan W. K..Buchanan. is a. patient at *

\ ,uary1 meeting will*be at'-.,"iy" 'IiiW..., ..,,.... the'Good Samaritan HospitallVest I HELPING BUILDFLORIDAjr Q4'. _,:"; i t',
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(t.". ;:.., m"" ': The Everglades News, Canal Point Florid ... Friday .Decmeber.15, 1960 i
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; Cattlemen Choose I Party Will Honor County Slows City

f'f''PiRSONAL N-EWSNOIESJI' Miss Barbara Masonic .

r I Brough PresidentHarold The home of-:Mrs. Lee Wroten in In Airport Effort :

.... ...M.w.. '" Pahoke will be the scene Saturday
6 ., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crady have Mrs. Peter Newton has returnedto I Brough of Belle Glade from 2:30: to 5:30>> p. m. of a coffee The city of West Palm Beach this

as holiday guests her parents, Mr. Miami after' a visit with her was elected new president and two- Miss Barbara Masonic week faced a delaying action'in an '
honoring Joyce
,and Mrs. Irwin Scrowls Buffalo,' mother,Mrs. Theodore Wilson, and year director of the Palm Beach
to Palm Beach International
attempt bring
Ky., and his father. Albert Cradyof Mr. Wilson, in Pahokee.Mr. County Cattlemen's Association at brideelect of Larry Benson
Lion, Ky. and Mrs. Gene Gore expectto the annual dinner meeting and Elliott whose marriage to :Mr. El- Airport? into its city

Mr. and Mrs. Theo Figentzer, have'as guests this weekend her election of officers held in the Community I liott will be an event of Dec. 28. limits. ,
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have returned to their home in St. I parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lin- Building at the Glades }Hostesses with Mrs. Wroten will I The county commission Monday

Louis, Mo., 'after a visit with her hart, of Ovedio. The Linharts will Park, Canal Point Tuesday night, !:,be Mrs. Sam McKinstry, Jr., Mrs. declined to follow up .a request by
son and daughter-in-law Mr. and be accompanied home the first of with Fritz Stein, Jr., retiring president -!I I W. A. Cross Jr.. and Mrs. J. R. Mayor Perccy Hopkins asking Lhe
Mrs. J. P. Parker.at; Canal Point. the week by their 'small grand- presiding. Faulk '
Johnny Russ and :Miss Delores daughter, Lila Gore, who will be Other officers elected were Rus- In the.: receiving line with the board to rescind a county resolution -

I Waters of Mayakka City were re- their holiday guest. sel Kiser, Lake Worth, vice presi- honoree' will be her mother, Mrs .which stated a board policy of
cent guests of their aunt Mrs. J. D. I Miss:Betty Williams of Canal dent and three-year director; J. W. William Masonic of South Bay; opposing annexation of the airportby

Hooks in Pahokee. Point has accepted a position as 1 Repper, Canal Point, secretary and Mr,. Elliqtt's mother, Mrs. Thomas any municipality.The .
.' Mrs. J. V. Thomas,. Jr., and' cashier at: the Diana Shop in Belle three-year director; James M. Herring Elliott of Pahoke and Mrs. Wroten. commission, did however,
ti' ... daughter, Terri returned Monday Glade. Belle Glade, treasurer; and Assisting at the' refreshments agree to name a committee to sit 1I
,from a visit with her; parents, M:\ I one year director; Ray Raulerson, table will be Mrs. Joe Hatton, Mrs.I down with West Palm Beach cf-
Maxine accompaniedMrs. '
and Mrs.Joe Kelly, in Fort Pierce. Mrs. Joyce Pahokee, State director and one- Bennie Allen and Mrs. Douglas t ficials'' to further discuss the pro
-G. H. (Duke) Tucker, Sr., to
Miss Betty Echols and,her cousin. year director; Fritz Stein Jr., Congleton. Mrs. Terry Sellers will pt>saL I
? Vero Beach where she is the guestof
.; Terry Echols, 'were guests of relatives Belle Glade, three-year directo; be in charge of the guest book. The proposed annexation drew
:.. _0 in :Fort 'Myers over the her son and daughter-in-law, Dan Smith, Jr., Lake t Worth, two- The hostesses will use double silver opposition from CommissionerLake
and
Sheriff and Mrs. Talton,Joyce,
" weekend. year director. and crystal candelabra with Lytal who said the move had
'; Mrs. Rif pert Mock and'daughter, family. Roscoe Braddock, a past presi-, red tapers and poinsettia' in carrying not ben contemplated when manyof
Miss Jeanine ,Mock, were visitors Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tillis and dent, read a PBCCA resolution out the Christmas theme in thedecorations. I the present airport leases were
,'\n Gainesville Thursday and Friday son, Timmy, visited his uncle and commending the'late'John L. Evansof I written.
,.of last week. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jaudon, South Bay for his work within, Commissioner Ken Foster moved

.. 't, Mr. and Mrs. Charles .Jones."aniJ t and family at Wauchula Saturday.Mrs. the organization. appreciation, a LIONS TO MEET to rescind the resolution but his
family of Clewiston, spent, Sunday Frank Friend, president of PBCCA life membership was presented The Palm Beach County Associ- suggestion died for lack of a sec
'. In Canal Point visiting his mother, the Pahokee Garden Club, demon- to his widow, Mrs. John L. ation of Lion Clubs were to meet at
Mrs. C. B. Jones, and.,,brother, Alton strated the making of Christmas Evans. Life memberships were also the Community Building in Canal ond.County Attorney Harry John-
W. Jones. gifts with tin cans at a meeting of presented at the meeting to ,RalphW. Point Thursday at 8 p. m.. accord- ston who reminded the commissionthat
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Jasper Reed has returned to nls"home the Belle Glade Junior Garden I Kidder, animal husbandmanwith ing to an announcement made at title and ownership of the air-
in Miami after a visit herewith Clulb last week. the Everglades Experiment I the weekly ,meeting of the Canal lI port is still vested with the govern-

., his mother, Mrs., Donald B, Lewis. Collins, teacher of Eng- Station, and to M. U. (Red) Point Lions Club. The club votedto ment, termed the West Palm Beach
Kepp, and Mr. Kepp. I> lish at the Admiral Farragut Aca- Mounts veteran Palm Beach Coun-I hold:a regular meeting Christ- request "premature at this time."
Mrs. W. L. Duncan has returned: demy, St. 'Petersburg, will arrive ty agricultural agent. mas week..President,P. A. Slonaker I County: Commision Chairman
If to her home in Canal Point after this weekend to spend the holidays Following the meeting, square I reported net proceeds from the Paul Rardin following another request -
'. spending several months in Gaines- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. dancing was enjoyed, with Ted club-sponsored turkey shoot total-. by Mayor Hopkins, named
ville. Mr. Duncan will join her here' M. Collins, in Pahokee.Mr. Barton of Miami furnishing the ed $143.72.Mr. I Commisioner Lytal, Attorney John-
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,later, this month. and Mrs. J, W. Guthrie and music and serving as caller. Dr. ston and County Engineer Steve
Mrs. J. K. Royeton of Fort daughter Margo, of Miami visited II. Herbert'' Chapman of Belle Glade and Mrs. Billy Joe Alexander -I Middleton as members of a coordinating -

'{Pierce is the house' guest of her his, parents, Mr. and, Mrs. Ly S. 'was:in charge of program arrange- (Mary Nolin) of Pahokee announce committee to speed up ic-
: \ sister, Mrs. Eva Lowery, here this. Guthrie, :here over the weekend.Mr. ( I 'ments. J. W. Repper was chairmanof "the birth of a daughter,' quistion'of right of way for a new
, ,week. the dinner committee. There was Janet M&re.! at the Everglades. M> .approach to Flagler Memorial
: Mrs. W. S. Evans visited:friends and'Mrs..Lloyd Hundley and :t
approximately 75 persons present. mortal. ; Dec. 10. Bridge. -
':*ln Fort Lauderdale Tuesday. son;, Wayne, were>recent guests of Members 'of families re :gtiesth.r.f \ ,*-1 :i ... ... '.' The county board also:instructedits
10''r Robert Nance returned last week the Rev. and Mrs Clare S. Hall, !I =- Miami 'visited confer1
\ Joseph Bourgha,of. engineer ,to with city:
t r.to his home at ,Canal Point,after and family, former, Pahokee residents Mrt and Mrs. Wiley Tiflis,and 'Mr. officials on road plans which effect
;', ':spending several weeks at Zellwood now living in Largo.Mr. USDA Club Names 'and Mrs. John Dragon in Pahokee both the city and county road net
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:, .:where he was working in the celery ,and Mrs. Robert C. Hatton the"'past 'vl ek." '. l work.S..1"H"K'H"H"MS x
and family were recent guests of ,
and leafy vegetable deal. 1
The Rev. Kenneth Price, former, Mrs., Lornete Colwell and her sis .New Committees -----.-.-----",-' .- ----1--,--.S--.- -----.---'"
;,Pahokee resident now living in Or- ter, Mrs. Ruth Anderson in Clearwater llllllllll H.t MIMM"l- -H-t"H M I I

/lando, spent several days the past I iMrs. be-I'
:;week in Pahokee. I ..Lewis- Friend,and daughter,I'' The Everglades USDA Club,
t i Mrs. H. C. White of ,Savannah Merry Annwvisited, her daughter: gan its second year at a meeting in 1 ;
Miss Kay Friend in Fort''Lauderdale the CommUnity' Building in Canal :
Ga., who has been the house guest ; r--- : %.
last',week announcing'ths)
.:of her brother-in-law and sister over*'the weekend.Charles Point by ,
Mr.. and Mrs:'Frank Friend, in Pa- Dickson,who is now em-, new committees for, the comingyear. '
hokee, left Saturday for ,Enterprise ployed in Meridian, Miss. returnedto I J'
Miss. Pahokee the first of the week Dr. E.1.Todd, president select '

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. Miller,.HI, and was accompanied by his wife ed the Committee Chairmen as
,of Rockledge will spend the weekend and three children back to Meridian lows: Program, Dr. F. fOl-1
in, Pahokee with her parents, where they will.make their home. Wilson; :Membership. Jack
Frank Friend, .Pahokee pioneer Educational Welfare, Dr. T. E.
: Mr. and Mrs. George Ramey, before
: leaving for Shelby, N. C., resident is confined to his home I Summers; Fellowship, J. R. Gif-
.t \ where they will be the guests of this week' following a slight heart ford; and Publicity Mrs. CarolynGlover.
,Dr. Todd announced.ExeI
*7his,parents through'the Christmas attack.
...holidays.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. (Lee) Shirley, cutive Committe members, appointed -
Jr.,' and children have returned Iby Section Heads. They
and Mrs. R. H. Culberson .
from a two-week visit with her are: : James R. Gifford, representing .4IS
and
children of the
: Sebring spent
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grandmother Mrs. C. W. Ander- the Entomology Division; Mills
weekend in Pahokee visiting his '
0", son, at Statesbcro, Ga. and his Byres;Leader, Long Fibers Plants
mother, Mrs.. Ada Culberson.nd
: grandmother, Mrs. W. J."Burke, 'atGriffin. H&P Investigations Tom Summers -
"Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Harrell and -
;Ga. Pathologist, Cordage .Fibers o .
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Mr and Mrs.Lee Wroten,Mr.and: Section; and Weldon H. Cardin, theSugarcane a
': Mr. and.;Mrs. D. W. ,Young 'had Mrs. Ray Hawk, Jr., and Ronnie Field Station.Dr. H 4
\as, guests their cousins Mr. and Prekup of'Hollywood"enjoyed a fish Victor Green presented a

\ Mrs. Tom Trotman, of .Roanoke! fry at,the Wroten home. most Interesting program on problems -
?&., and'Mrs. Dolly,. Urell of North Mrs. Frank 'FrIend entertainedat relating to the production of

"?Carolina.t I her home with abridge luncheon -,forage'and grain crops in the Everglades -

honoring, her. sister.. .. Mrs. H. C. I Area.. While 'showing color .l
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slides to the
white'beforiJ'Ira' ;White's group:
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ure for Enterprise ShasT"'* epart-I cussed'sUcb aspects& bse.harvesting b :, .
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Classified Ads were ,Mrs. Marty Carstens, problems and :bird depreda- 4s ,
L.W.Armstrong,Jft, ; J.WJIt- ttftUri W cJt11 }d.,
Mrs. W J3. Evans: 3 :M: !'sorg soafo,* mineti soreL -
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+ ring and let us ,know about Itand IEIIg.f; ISt ,
we will be ,happy to put thd ia.I 1 '

*item in our personal news column. Kenneth Williamson of Chicago, Sweet Sorghum= Investigations 1 GIVE

}.Q( course, there is NO CHARGE. I1L, win arrive in Canal Point this Crops Research Division. 4RS,. 71. A
;Thanks. The Everglades News. weekend for .a holiday' visit'"with Beltsville,. Md.? pro M. ,-. :MenzeV

'FOB SALE'.New and .used Wlllya ,his parents Mr. and Mrs. P. B.. Cytologist, Cordage Fibers Secton,
*Jeeps. 'W 1ter. Ashley's GarageIn Williamson and grandmother, Mrs.- Crops Research Division, Tallahassee ,
4 Belle Glade Phone'3058. Lizzie Kirkey. ; and Mrs.Peggy Lemons, clerk- ELg
Oct. 17-54-ch. Allen Pope, student Georgia Military typist with the Sugarcane Field IN '* "
Academy, plans to attend the Station, Canal Point. / '" d' "r..;
PRINTING OF' ALL KINDS. If presidential inauguration ceremonies Members attending were: B. A. i D muamond ... 'f'

yon need canto'envelopes letter- in Washington, D. c.. Jan 20< Belcher.Virgil Bracker, Tom Breg- .... .. oesn' meanwatchSsa ti:
beads, statements, bilLheads, handbills following a holiday'visit here with ger Mills Byrom, W. H. Cardi Once '.n she.deseso mucl
or something. in the printing his, parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Irene Doub, P. H. Duncklexnan D. lrletirrre.c this

:line just step to.the phone and cal Pope W. Fishier J. R. Gifford, Carolyn giFr, f
The Everglades; News at canalpoint Mrs. Wendell Harris and daughters Glover, C. O. Grassel. V. E. Green NOW I

No,9661.'We are experts in left this week to join her husband J. F. Joyner, Jack Little, Dee H.
producing excellent printing and at Lake Kerr for a holiday Maxson Dorothy O'Neal, E. R. from only$<4Q FS '
'your. prices'*re'ia.lteejwith out of visit with her parents Mr. and Rice, E. H. Todd, Donald Waddell fd. re.
'town printers'-wnonpome' to the I Mrs.:H.J. Claure. Hiram Whittmorvnd F. D. Wil-

,'Glades for printing business. Please William S. ,Plumer Jr. studentat son.
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giveyus a raB.'Pko c:266L the Asheville School for Boys, Parrish
Asheville, N. CL, arrived here this DINNER PARTYDr. Jewelry
FOR SALE
,.'CBS Duplex :Apartment through the'holidays. entertained at their home at Port "GIFTS THAT LAST" J
house, 2'BR:Kreaky Oil,Floor furnaces Miss Judy Platt, Student at FSU Mayaca with a dinner party, honor '
;' kitchen t eild a &t' fans, 2 will arrive Friday night to spend ing their daughter. Miss Kathryn Phone 4101 Pahokee Fla.
Docks from,Sefeool,.Approximately the 'hOlidays, with her parents Young, and a group of her friends. I J

"., ,10.:percent\dewzu See-Julius T.' Mr.and :Mrs.. .'J. T. Platt.ii' in Paho I Following, dinner badminton was. .: ,;: .,. .
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' Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday. Deczneber.15,196Q

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I...,:, I Patterson Circle :' Four Methodist :
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r'>'" I Choirs To Perform$

lone Patterson Circle, Canal _
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Point Baptist WMS at the December -

meeting at the home of Mrs. J. The four choirs of the Pahokee

i\-\ H. Bordeaux voted to participatewith First Methodist Church will present -

I other church groups in the a.,program of Christmas musicin

- prjesentattyn .oL .toys.. ..fruitani: the, church ,sanctuary Sunday:
clothing to the needy at Christmas at 7:30 p. m.Following .
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II' time. It Was announced the annual the organ prelude the

Christmas program for church Chancel Choir directed by Mrs. M.

.. The, Pahokee! Church The. Church Of God Canal PointBaptist members, will be held in conjunction M. Nicely with Miss Alice Elaine

with a covered-dish supper in Hurt at the organ, will open the
; Of The NaZarene Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Church"R tile. ?:Community Building Dec. 21, program 'by Ringing l "Come Thou

'fIii"- starting at 6:30 p. m. Mrs. C. B. Long r Expected! Jesus," "The
,Charles D. Stewart, Pastor I
71 Bacom Point Road Point Road ', SUNDAY .. Jones, missionary study chairman Matchless Monx''and "Break Forth
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Charles F. Crauswell;;Pastor, John H. nine "
.. Jtinard, pastor 9:45 m.-Sunday School imported members of the circle Into Joy,
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.. Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 10:00: a. ,m.-Sunday' School 11:00 a. m. Morning..Worship attended the study of .the book.. After the reading" of the Scripture

SUNDAY SERVICES:I v. 11:00 a. m. Preaching Service 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. cross the Bridge, conducted,, by The Junior Choir under the

It 9:45 a. m.-Sunday jSehcfoL11:00 7:45 p., m.-Evangelistic ,Service ..7:30-; ,.p, m.-Evening Worship 1 Mrs., H. B. Grace at the Pahokee direction: Of Mrs. Lester Hatton
a. m.-Sunday "WbrsJfcp. 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L.B. WEDNESDAY: First Methodist Church. :wjth) Miss Dottle Lair at the piano,

6:30 p. m;-Juniors.,, ._ Goo p..*n. Thursday W.M. B. 7:30 p.; m.-Praye;'.M e ng. The program, ."Recruits for Mission :- will sing six numbers: "0, Come

,. 7:00 p. m.-Sunoay Bveateg. Everyone welcome. .Special music -. ,Service," was presented by All Yq Faithful "A New Song/

Evangelistic :Seryice., and,singing: -- / h.;:V.. -4 Mrs: J. I,. McCall, Assisted'b>Mrs. "Good'Ne'vs"Jesus'was Born-In

WEDNESDAY: Christian Science J. D. Latham. Mrs. J. E. Williamsand Bethlehem," "Go Tell It on the .

7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer Point"Is Mrs. Jones. Mrs W S. Evans, Mountain" and uerryChrstmas
The Methodist Church GrouP Of Canal
meeting. chairman presided at the business Bells.. '

J "Where. you are once"a.stranger but Canal Point Florida the Universe-.Including :Man ana-gave the devotionals;The next The Vesper Choir accompanied

Evolved by Atomic Force?" will meeting will>e at the home of Mrs. by Miss Jann Plumer pianist, will
Robert A. SheUey, Pasta. :' be the subject of McCall. on Jan. 9, with Mrs. J. J. sing "Beyond the Starry Skies"

First. MethodistChurch \ SUNDAY:" w. on.at Christian the'Lesson-serm-1 Walker, co-hostess. and "Rise Up Shepherds" prior to

PahoSee 10:00 a." m.-Church School I vices Sunday. the playing of the offertory

11:00 a. m.-Yorn1I Worship:: Scriptural selections will include' ""Jesus of Man's Desiring" on the

*. 6:30 p. m.-Ybuth Fellowship Qirist! Jesus' striking response to 1 Mrs.. Wilkinson HasMi organ by Miss Hurt.The .
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Rev. T. C. O'Steen 7:30 =Evening Worship'MONDAY
p.m.- Cherub Choir will then sing
his, disciples' call for help during sion'Program "
SUNDAY: : the, tempest sea:. "Away in the Manager" "Whan

,,_ 0:45: a. m.-Church School 3:15 p., m.-Youth Choir practice "And his disciples came to him, They First Saw Jesus," "Bethle '
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship TUESDAY: Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, Jr., presented "
hem "God's Gift to Us" and
and awoke him, saying, Lordsaveus ,
6:45 p. .MYF 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society a program entitled "Re "Shepherd, Shepherd Blow Your
: we perish. And he saith unto
emits for Mission Service" at-the
7:45 p. -EveningWorship 1st Tuesday
Horn.-
them, Why are ye fearful, O ye of Wayne Hundlley will serva.
1 I TUESDAY: MONDAY December meetingjof the Betty
2nd
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little faith? Then he arose, and
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- '7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting .Mills Circle, Pahokee Baptist The closes with the
rebuked:> the winds and the sea;I program
ticesWEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY: WMU, held at her home Tuesday. I
singing of three numbers by the
and there was'a calm" (Matthew -
;,,,, ?'...... .' 7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting '8:25 great' She was assisted by Mrs. W. K. Vesper Choir: "My Christmas
: 7:45 p..m. Mid-week devotions 26)) Aldridge Mrs- C. S. Davis, Mrs. "
: Prayer "In the Town of Bethlehem"
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A correlative citation to be read ,
,m.-Senior Choir ,
8:30 p. prac- Wendell Harris Mrs, W. O. Moss! "
!,' tice. St Mail's Catholic'Church from "Science and Health .with I I and "Cantique de Noel. Not
and Mrs J,'W., Brown. I II
only the Junior Choir but the Vesper
Key tp the Scriptures" by Mary
Upon suggestion" by Mrs Don 1
y / Baker Eddy states: "The belief J I ]: and Cherub Choirs as well, are
, Canal Point First Collier, community missions directed Mrs. Lester Hatton.
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that the universe including man, by
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Church Father rar 'Fennecli, Pastor is.governed,in general by material I I manvitva p .chaii-l'I .
Baptist love basket for the e
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Confessions S ridaiYaS.sUS4f before> "Jiif.sit a.>m ".. laws, but that occasionally Spirit I munity missions project and! .,lignite Wedding I
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sets aside .these laws--this '
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./. Elder R. E.Barfleld potted plants for present tfo \ to
Is ,Announced
SUNDAY: .,. .' belittles'omnipotent, wisdom,; and I persons who'are" 111,as a project for .
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10:00: a. m Sunday School First BaptistChurcli '
I:.. : _. over Spirit" (83:16)'. i MemberS ,jvereV asked: to volunteer Mr: and Mrs. Thomas Hignite of ,
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship !
7:00 D. m.-B. T C. IV'T' **,. .. .,' Pahokee- .. 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship;' patients at a day of helpfulness to I l and approaching marriage of their
SUNDAY SERVICES: Dinner daughter, Shirley Ann, to RichardF
WEDNDESDAY: Meeting By !! be conducted at the, First Met o-
9:45 a. no.-Sunday;School !
Darney, son of Mrs. Rose J.
7:30 m.-MIdweek Prayer '' [idist'Church, Jan.24. I '
f p. .11:00 a. m.-Morning 'Worship Firie Arts ChapterThe Darney of Fredericktown, Pa., and
It voted that the circle, '
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Union
) 6:45-p. m Training the late Andrew Thomas Darney.'
tad and 4th TUESDAYS: I' sor a child at the Baptist Child "
8:00 -Evening Worship
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p. annual Christmas-dinner
"* The bride-elect, a graduate of
, 7:30 m.-Ladies Auxiliary ren' Home, and provide the child
p. WEDNESDAY: t Omicron of Pahokee
meetlng.of the Chapter High School, Class of
with lunch and pendin
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Meeting.
8:00: p. m.-Prayer Meeting. The of Flnfe Arts was 1959 the WAVES
Sorority joined Navy's
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.. held.Monday evening in the private Mrs. Joel Brown was receved 'asa June 27, 1960, and is now taking

St. Peter's Lutheran Church' Of God dining room of the ..Cottage Grill,I new.member. It was announced i 1 a, six-month course at the Navy's
I In Belle Glade. A small exhibition mission R. M. A. School In Bainbridge, :Md.
Mrs. Brown presented a
Church Belle Glade
Barf ield Highway 'of Work'done by the members during book study to members of ,,the i Mr. Darney graduated from high
the past six months was presented school at Fredericktown and was
I Young' Woman's Auxiliary in. two
August Koerber Pastor 9:45 A. .M.-Sunday School at the same time. ;I sessions 17 :an accountant for the Forester
attending at one ses-
601 W. Lake Rd.. Belle Glade 11:60( A. M.-Mornuir'Worship The two longtables were deco- slon and 19 at the other. : Marsh Corp., Cleveland, Ohio, before

SUNDAY: I .700 P. :M.-L. W" .W. B. (Parsonage rated with gilded plant material 'The January meeting will be held, I Joining the Navy in 1958. He
Divine Services 11 A..:M. ) the Christmas is
machinist
arrangements using now serving as ac-
at the home of Mrs. W..O. Moss.
School 9:45 A. :M. 7:?0 P. M.-Evenuig Worship motif. Place cards were laid for ? I countant in the I. B. M. Con s.

7:30. P. M.Tuesday--Prayer, Meettrig eight members,.with favors, candy Pami, at the Naval Base in Bain-

Holy Nativity : and nuts at each place. Lottie Circle i bridge, Md.
I I, Moon
7:30 P.M. FridayvChildren'sCHurchT. Art,work 'exhibited included ceramics The wedding will take place Jan.
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Episcopal Church j .' plastic art work woodcarving In Regular Meeting 20 in Bethel Chapel, Naval :AIr.
Pahokee '7:30. P. M. Friday-T. P. E. the crafts 'oil paintingsand Base Bainbridge. ., '
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M. Wendell Hainlin Vicar',} I'VILL VISIT PAHOKEB Attending were Mrs. Mary Ann WMU '
Pahokee edtertamed ,-
Baptist baby Shower For <$
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SUNDAY Miss Anderson:..Mrs I -
derson Laurie
: :jat the,home of':Mrs. E.'B;
'::;*10 a. m.-Sunday School .,.v I Mr.,And. Mrs. Jack: 'Phillips' end 'Ruth Carpenter, .Mrs. Luther%Jones, Gamble with a Christmas party for I;Mrs Jimmy Moore -' :f.

'd.l1 a. .-Worship Service. childreh, former Pahbk'ee: den.ts Mrs. Lillian ,Masonic,. Mrs.., Mabje! children-,of, '"the Sunbeam Band.< I '
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r '. f now living In Fairfax,' S, C, will Lutz, Mrs. Edna Barrett and Mrs. I Gifts were exchanged. Mrs. J. L. Reeves Mrs. Charles ,

IMr.: and Mrs. A. R. Harrington 'arrive'here this weekend for a helliiayvisit Betty' Kidder. \ I I Prior.. to the j>arty ther,;:regular l ceWitt, Mrs. Lois White and Miss
visited her brother-in-law and('sls-' ; with hef'parents, Dr. an14irs 'Mrs.-Kidder and Miss.Arid rs n monthl ..meeting- of the circle washerd jWjrra Cruthirds entertained at At'8.t.;

'ter, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jer&gan, X*.*W ,Arinstrottn! ,otb madei.the, arrangements-(:;:fpr- The "with :Mrs/Gamble> chalr-:!Reeves' home with a baby showering

in- lewiston Sunday. relatives? 'f,6\ ,.,\.d h .. tt!.... d,J:exJbition. the Mrs. James I. Jim,1y -
.s:5iI!. "'1_:... .. _" .J! 'A ... man, jjrestding in absence of I I compliment to (
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Visitations to shufc-ins: ._was, chosen and. blue was used! by the hostessesthe
: :Fiv {Circles To Hold as the Community missions pro-J t in'" decorations Center of at- .

.. < 'i.1 \ j "; .' !tiu: Meetings *' jec1 for4tbe,month pri the program :tracUpn( as a table arrangement;
j December } Mrs, Gamble recite'dUPetec Marshall's carissa in the shape of a tree.. '
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of "Christmas ;Story.:* :Mrs I r with miniature dolls hanging from
Five Pahokee
the Adaline Wroten will tje;Jiostess at the branches.Mrs. -
r Methodist WSCS will hold their the January;meeting! at Her home. -
\\\TiML\iwmm J \ / December meetings at 'homes -of 1 : Named

members Monday. The Mary Marbel Morgan ;:;

Simonson Circje at the homeof Fay Taylor Circle Victory Class Pres.:

Mrs. Hatton, 10 a. m.; the Ma- _

;. DOWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN- I Ii I I bel Simonson Circlce, at the homeof Christmas PartyA Mrs. Claud T Morgan has ,been

Mrs. H. J. Anderson, 3:30 p. an.;
CATTLEMEN
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elected of the
i new president
i the Margery Lair:Circle, at the Christmas party with gift ex-

:: 1 j jVE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF I home of Mrs. C. A. Major 3:30 p. change was enjoyed by members of tory Class at the Pahok.ee Metho-of-
dist Church School. Other new
Circle Pahokee
CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES I m.; the Miriam Circle, at the home the Faye Taylor ,
WMU, at the December ficers elected were Mrs. E. A. Jensen I
of Mrs. 8 m.; Baptist
i Robert Apelgren p.
WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION I and the Vena Mae Schroder Circle meeting at the home of Mrs. C. s.1 vice president; :Mrs. Lewis
COMPJBT1TAVE Williams. At the brief business Friend sec.; Mrs. James G. Thomas -
MAINTAIN OPEN '
AND I William
-- ,: at the home ,of Mrs. Mrs. Nannie
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t' \VHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH's / sion it was decided to prepare a box treasurer; Mallory "-
MARKET Cast, 8 p. m. The Gertrude Shirley
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4 1/ this month. of gifts for a shut-in Mrs. Lois sunshine chairman; Mrs. Lester
CONFIDENCE Circle will not meet
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White community missions chairman Hatton, song leader and Mrs.

i .- I to.be in charge. The circle will James Vann pianist. Mrs. Robert

I ,; Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON j I B.P.'V. CLUB PARTY also send a Christmas 'gift to the J. Schroder is teacher of the class I

y 1 I Members of the Pahokee. Busi- 15-year-old boy it is sponsoring at and Mrs. Robert C. Hatton, assistant -

PAD9KEEBELLE'GlADE ROAD ness and Professional Women's the Baptist Chldren's Home in teacher. Mrs. J. R. York served a.

MANAGER 1 Lakeland. Mrs. :Milton Douglas and as chairman of the nominating ,:
r PHO 'Evy 6-Sftt8 GEORGE YOUNG Club will have their annual Christ-

mas party at the home of Mrs- Al- Mrs. Lois White assisted :Mrs. Williams committee. ,. ',

SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. lie, Okie Tuesday evening Dec. 20. as co-hostesses. The January ;trAY -' # ',' ::
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.3'J. Page Eight I The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday Decmeber 15, 1860
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t'U >" I PAIMBEACH COUNTY HEALTH AND WELFARE BUILDING Fountain Family I Roger Hatton Has\

Called To GeorgiaMr. 'Birthday Party
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r.if ;, ; !: ; and Mrs. Myers Fountainand I Roger Hatton celebrated his bir-
:;:\ :' Mr. and Mrs.Verner Fountainand ', thday anniversary with a dinner
t : ;4 family were called to Pitts Ga., party for a group of friends at he
{i this_ week by the death of their home of his parents Mr. and Mrs.
: / father, W. J. Fountain,_who passed Robert C. Hatton. Guests were the
p r N ,away on Tuesday after a long ill Misses Kathryn Young, Patsy
oj Keene,Gail Sears, Sue Brewers and
;' .l "' e Ky ness.The deceased was a,former resi Janette, Harrington and John Hun-
f.i.',.;r' _dent'of Pahokee. Survivors include dley, Robert Boe, Claud .Morganand
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p' Another,milestone in Palm Beach The dedication ceremonies have number of modem medical facilities his wife, Clancey, four sons, four! Billy Maxson.
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i.' County's march of progress and been arranged by County including X-Ray departmentand daughters and several grandchild .
!:" development will be passed Sunday sion Chairman Paul CommlS-1 a new dental section.A modern ren. Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans spent
I t'w th dedication of an ultra modern will preside at the photostat section is also part of the ... .... i the weekend in Sebring, guests of
'h p Health and Welfare building at for 3 p. m. j I II. installation.In Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson visit- their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. t
, West Palm Beach. Guest speaker for the event will I addition to the cost of the I
: ed relatives in 'Fort Lauderdale
and Mrs. Frank Handley, and fam-
t=; The new:health and welfare head I. be Dr. Wilson T. Sowder, State I building, Palm Beach County has ,
( quarters has long been envisionedf Health Officer of the State Boardof spent an additional'$42,000 for furniture Sunday. (ily.
by the County Commission and of- Health ,who will come from for the new health center. I\

;?, tidal opening of the structure his Jacksonville headquarters to I Opening of the new building wilL +++4'rt"S 1II :-E 3 1-t--E i 'r! t 4 t t 4 t t to.H..... I I I 1 1 I 1 I t .I II I ,
V marks completion of a project that make the dedicatory address. mark the first time in several]
L. was launched several years ago Also-scheduled to participate in years that all facilities of the j I
A t,' when arrangements were started the ceremonies are Dr. C. L.Brum-1 th and welfare department healj I THEATRESPRINCE. ,
: for sale 'of the old headquarters I back, director'of the county health housed under one roof. tIn I
' building on 5th street to help'raise and welfare departments and Dr. \
" the past facilities have been] LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
f.. former .
funds to finance the new structure.! W. E. Vanlandingham
housed on 5th Street and 3rd i
t The new building, located at 826 county welfare director who retired -
Street buildings and in several. Pahokee-Belle Glade Road I
\ri Evernia Street, has been built at a. last October after:many years -
other locatic.z.Built : -
- cost of $350,000 in the heart of a of outstanding'service in the pub- "" I
;':' section which in late years has become I lic health and welfare fields. as a cooparative projectthe -2 Df Q FEATURES (
:4, the site for a number of governmental The new 'building is completely new headquarters will house SDNDAY-MONDAY-TDESDAY:: SUNDAY NDAY -TUESDA 1DECEMBER
buildings. I air conditioned and will house a both county and stat? health and 18-19-20
.. I welfare activities. DECEMBER 18-19-20 t
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I Hilliard Smith, Lake Worth arch- "HELLER IN PINK

: New Sidewalk For Seahawks Trounce itect designed the new structureand "Let's Make Love" TIGHTS" t
the New :York firm of Nadal-
(continued from page>> 1) Baxendale were general contractors SOPIDA LOREN AND I
MARILYN MONROE, YVES'ANTHONY
Blue Devils 82-45 for the QUINN
.vertise for the construction of new project.
.sidewalks on' Bacom' Point Road \ County Commission Chairman MONTAND. AND TONY -ALSO- I
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from the City Park southwest to Paul! Rardin describes the headquarters r RANDALL "Tokyo After Dark"
, past the Ray Hatton residence. The Pahokee High Blue Devils as a "new structure to :
These walks would be built on the opened their basketball season on serve humanity." 1. j
lake side of the road to replace old i I the home court Tuesday night
walks that are in bad when they were hosts to ,the Sea-
"I Any property owner who conditiO.tl'j I crest Seahawks and were defeatedby ". "' ". +yy ."" 'Y 9"- Y .." ..I"J"&l v. y y. .. ..... ......'....y t
protest against the building of the Hawks, 8245. The 27 fouls ,4.< ....
these, proposed new sidewalks will assesed to Coach W. D. Howard's + L :
t be>given- an opportunity to appear men showed that their playing a t I
before the Council at a hearing, the form needs considerable' polishing. t "
date:to.be announced. The'Hawks took advantage, of the :
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The,Council hired James Threlk- Blue Devils' mistakes by scoring 34 .. < / I AM YOUR HOME .
eld as city recreational director at points in free throws. Ronnie. : '. :\>, .. L.
a salary of$200,a month.Threlkeid 'Gamble led the Blue Devil scoring .
will work at' the Youth 'Center I with 17 points and John Hundleywas .. J '
it. building on *East Main St. Upon second with 9. ', .
suggestion by Louis Mims, a YouthCenter Seacrest also won the preliminary : I ,am your home, ,product of; nature and man and a't
director, it was voted to B game, 45-31. '
use city equipment; to keep the I The Blue Devils will be travelingfor ..) chines ..thousands of skills at their best to make II
,grounds of the Youth Center mow- their next two games, meet- ;
t easier for I the of man's
ed without charge.At ing Forest Hill in West Palm I lIVIng you. am ,symbol progress :r

a special meeting Saturday' Ann's.Beach this also Friday in West night Palm and Beach S:,. +: from the days of the cave. I lighten your tasks.: I make t

,,;' questing the,Council from passed the a Internal resolution Im-re- Tuesday, night. After that there strong your spirit. I make secure your future. I make enjoyable -
will be no games through the
provement Board at Tallahassee Christmas holidays, but on the .: your leisure hours. I keep you safe from the ele- :
the,use'of State-owned land in the night of Jan. 3 the schedule will be
I ments. shut out the cold and the the wind and-the .
Pelican Bay'bottom for a city rock resumed in a home game with Ri- : snow,
pit and garbage dump. All bids on veria Beach. ,rain. U +
a ,packer body type of garbage I U'U 4t

,. .' for truck, this were;equipment rejected will and bread n. v bids- VISIT CENTRAL FLORIDA.. U I make you warm or cool., I bring you beauty and color 4'
Julia Mathis will visit relatives
vertised.was City instructed Clerk to Patsy contact featchelor CJ'-: ,{j'Miss! in'Gainesville I this weekend. ,and light. frame for you the, everchanging magic of

S. Davis and officials of St. Mary's' She will be accompanied as,far as 3 trees and flowers and sky; No king of ages past possessed +
Catholic Church requesting that I Orlando by her sister; Mrs. H. M. :
vacant; lots owned by them on East I Mcclntosh, who, will be the : as much. I am built to endure. I can cradle your young at
,:Main be voluntarily cleaned up in, guest of Mr.and Mrs.David Bleecn
the near future. This was the start I there and by Mrs.L.M.Collins who + birth, shape their character at youth, comfort them in +
:of a campaign to clean up vacant I will visit her sister, Mrs,Herman:
their maturity shelter them in sunset
lots throughout: the city., ,Smith: in Orlando.. : .their ,years. 't"

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