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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 30, 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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'. December 30,1960CIRCULATING PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN '

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:'.t.. THRffUGHOUT VAST'AGRICyLTURALAREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

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; LytalTells Why I Watch,Night Program Evening Schoot At I Faculty Members Rardin Is Praised

i By Local Methodist | g Hold Annual Party

> V Jet Port Stymied i Belle Glade HighThe For Excellent Work
II -watch night program will be ', Faculty members of the Pahokee .
held at the Canal Point Methodist: I Elementary and High School held

r" It appeared likely this week that I Church Saturday night under the | Palm Beach County Vocational their annual Christmas party in Commendation for two retiring .
renewed efforts will be forthcom- sponsorship of the Methodist Youth ( School in cooperation with I the school cafeteria with Mrs. board ,members and for the out-

ing for re-location of Palm Beach I Fellowship. There will be a worship t Pellon Morris, Principal of Belle I Tommie Lee DuBose and Mrs. going chairman of the board, were
service and song fest for the youthof a Glade High School, is planning to Phara Morris and their,committeesin adopted by the County Commission
':., International Airport and the airport I the church from 8 to 10 p. m. A offer evening instruction in Beginning charge of arrangements. Gifts this week. .
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at Lantana. I motion picture,depicting the life of I Typing; Beginning and Ad- were presented tothe school principals In.a resolution of commendation
.- Commissioner Lake Lytal who I Charles Wesley, brother of John vanced Bookkeeping, according to and secretaries: Brooks for Paul Rardin, who had servedas
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told members of the county board I Wesley founder of Methodism, will j Kenneth M. Johnson, Director of Henderson Herman Austin, Kyle chairman for the past'year, the
: this week, that,the stalmated air- be shown from 10 p. m. until shore I Vocational' Education for the I Scott;, Mrs. Ha Mae Lampi and commission noted that the "service
port project was a disappointment, 'ly before midnight. Communion I county.An Mrs. Ruth Zimmerman. Robert O. rendered by Chairman Rardin

won approval of the commission will be observed' at the midnight I organizational,meeting will beheld Lampi led the group in the singing greatly ,assisted the board in pro-
for his stand on the airport which hour. All members of the church. at Belle Glade High School at t of carols. cessing and administrating its affairs -

he described in a prepared statement are invited to see the motion picture 7:30 Tuesday evening, January 10. ., -- and the great amount of un-
r'; read into the minutes of tae and participate in the communion -. registrations will be taken and selfish time and effort expendedby

meeting. service a? the New Year is I class schedules will be establishedat Free Rardin should be recognized and
t". Text of Lytal's statement fol- ushered in. \ this, meting.These X-Rays given public note." -

.. lows: }L classes will meet two Commissioner Rardin, Canal
"As we end the year 1960, I would I nights a week from 7:30 to 10:00. Coming For Glades Point, is rounding*. out his third
like to mention'for the record -
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t" The evenings will be established at term as chairman and will begina
of my disappointments of the past I II
SafetyGroupForEverglades the organizational meeting. Thereis : new-four-year term on the board
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no tuition fee; however. there is I From: January 3 through January next month, having been re-elected
. ', am bringing it up at this time be- I 18, free chest will he .
', Area a small reglstraton fee and students x-rays without opposition.A
t: cause of the many tragedies that I must furnish their own sup- available to all migrant workers in resolution commending Com-

have happened in populated areas plies. the Everglades area of the county, missioner Kenneth Foster who .

t".. 1 weeks.located near airports in recent, An Everglades Safety Committee I This ,instruction is part of the according to Dr. Lyle D, Franzenof leaves commission' in January
' School Board's Vocational Educa- the Palm Beach County Health after jserving since 1949, noted that
} 'The Board of has been organized to help prevent j
Commissioners
County -
: accidents in the Glades area, | tion Program ahd is'for adults 16 Department, who is in charge of he had been instrumental in the
were working on fea-
sible plan for the relocation a very of especially agricultural activities j,years of 'ageor over who are not the project. development of county zoning and
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"Tuberculosis remains a serious( codes and his leadership in
S Palm'Beach International Representatives of various civic i regularly enrolled in high school. building
} order to eliminate, the Airportin hazard i organizations that form the committee | The classes are tentative to a minimum public health problem' in this area. the development of the airport had
We believe that oy concentratingon been outstanding as had his workin
enrollment of fifteen
'and discomfort to the residents are A. R. Harrington and. per-
: I I' ; ." the mlg ant group at the heightof seeking new Industry ..for',the. _
P. A Slonaker. Canal Point Lions sons. jif
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,,Within -a-radiufj. of'.three to....four ,
: f the farming season, we shall uncover Foster has, twice been chairman -
instruction area.
miles of the airport. The Board i Club: 'N.R.. Norman i Pahokeej Ji Persons interested in this ;
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quite a number of unsuspected of the board.Commissioner .
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' to registerat ,
deemed it to abandon its Chapter, Future Farmers of America are requested
necessary Janette the Belle Glade School at tuberculosis caSes,,hopefully in Roy Michael, Lake
plans for the relocation of this airport : Miss Harrington, High
because of'the opposition of-I County 4-H Clubs; Edmund 7:30 Tuesday evening, January 10. the early stages when it is easiestto Worth, a member of the commis-
I Thom-I cure." Dr. Franzen said. sion since 1953, was commendedfor
as, Lake Okeechobee -
the Palm Beach Aviation
; County "The mobility of the migrant his unestimated time and valu-
: Association, a few individuals but operative: James W. Vann, Paho-
kee Lions Club. Winners NamedIn workers, combined with poor hous- able service which brought about
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,' -on.. page Luke DuFrense Everglades Memorial ing, crowded living conditions, inadequate county wide zoning new building

Hospital; Mrs. Doris Sasser, nutrition and exposure to 'codes, personnel advancement -
i, .'\ Airport Water Is Pahokee Chamber of Commerce j lighting ContestWinners the weather make them a prime of a beach erosion pro-
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anV., E. Erickson, Pahokee: target for this infectious disease. gram and other contributions to
BPOE The County Medical Society and the growth and development of the
Assured Lodge 1638. Others-.lnterest- the Girl Scout Christ-
#: By City ed in assisting in the ESC safety decorations of contest, sponsored the County Health Department ap- County. Michael is a past chairman'of .
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preciate the invaluable assistance, the commission.
programs are invited to attend Xi Mu Beta .
the'next by the Alph Chapter, financial and staff time, given by -
In its final regular session of the 1 committee meeting the 'I Sigma Phi Sorority, were Troop the Palm Beach County Tubercu-

.. year Tuesday, the County Commission Jan.Glades 12.Hoover.Office Building at 8 p m.,1|138! Mrs. E. C. Johnson, leader, first losis & Health Association out of Prominent Folks

,' approved an agreement for a _._ i prize ($6); Troop 30, Mrs.Joe Hat- Christmas Seal funds to this Important Called By Death, ,
water ,supply;for the Glades Airport ten Jr., Mrs. E. G.Griffis and Mrs. project." Dr. Franzen con- '
at Pahokee. The agreementwas Don Collier, leaders, second ($5); tinued.. PraisedByBoard
worked out between Chairman Dike Will Be Troop 247, Mrs.J.T.Boynton, leader "The State Board of Health mo-' '

commislion -. I ,, third ($4); Troop. 195, Mrs. bile unit has been used to excellent The death of two widely known

Dedicated Jan. 12 Calvin Spooner and Mrs.Billy Sheffield advantages by the County Health Palm Beach, County residents'were ,
According to the terms of the I leaders fourth ($3). Department and the Tuberculosis Commission
noted by the County
r agreement, the county will pur- I Association during 1960, mostly '
,cliase the required pipeline for the t !consolation this week in resolutions of memor-*
CLb VISTON-A special dele I with permanent residents. Of the,
system at an estimated cost of t 128, Troop 164 and the ium ddopted by the board.
. gate has been named to represent by Troop over 26,000 x-rays taken, 292 were 1
.. :;' $6,500. The Citjrof Pahokee will install president-elect John P. Kennedy at I I newly organized Brownie Troop ( found to be suspicious of TB. 230 One resolution was an expression : ,:
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the lines and repay the,county. the Herbert hoover Dike dedicationat I[composed of second grade jgirls of these were checked further re- of sympathy in the death of Frank a

' ) fit fbr cost.of the.material at the rate Lake Okeechobee Jan. 12, it,Was from the Pahokee elementary sulting in twelve new local persons J. Lewis, who died December 21. !

,r' t_ of $1,000 a'year. announced today (Tuesday). 1 l school. being found, and hospitalized for He was described; in the resolution I''
-t1:, The water supply' will serve ,anew In releasing the official program I COlla TB and IS out of county and state I as an outstanding developer of the -. 'I Ico.unty.a
>zr;. ,'. hangar: being constructed at the arrangements committee said Mr. and Mrs. John E. 'Wilson people' referred to their respective man who had done much 'j
',:, "- the Glades Airport.. Sen. George A. Smathers (D.-Fla.) hav as a guest her father, C. tAKing % Health Department. 13 remain to promote sound ,economic residential !
i ii. m -- would bring a special message to of Normal, DL / suspicious and will receive further and industrial growth in !rj 1

}f" Hospital Decorations ',the ceremony from Kennedy.U. tests." the county. ,'
S. Treasurer Ivy Baker Priest A second resolution was adopted '.
.: -, Draw Attention, I has informed the group she would .MOBILE UNIT SCHEDULE in the death ot Karl J. Easton ",
c\, -- I attend and Vice President RichardM. S JANUARY 1961WESTERN veteran newspaper publisher of r ;

. '' Everglades :Memorial Hospital Nixon also may be on hand. SECTION OF PALM BEACH COUNTYJan. Lake Worth, who passed away on f I
} Administrator Luke Dufresne was Meanwhile, H. Lay Anderson in Christmas Day after a sudden ill ,
: I lavish in his'praise for the beautiful charge :of arrangements called" a Tuesday: South Bay '(Super Market, PaulBeach > ness. ._
cristmaSJ-tree: and other decorations meeting it'West Palm Beach Wed- Road) 3 to 9 p. m. The Memorium to the late publisher
'} at the hospital which were nesday, to 'iron''out final details ,of. Jan. Wednesday Bryant Sugar Camp 9'a.. m, to 3 p.In. of the Lake Worth Herald' j

'arrangedby :the :nurses who' are the event. Plans are being made to Jan. 5-Thursday Ritta Sugar Camp 5 p. m.to 9,p. m. noted his outstanding record,as a :
:; employed by the hospital. "It just accommodate, the thousands of (Miami Locks Camp to be accomplished at Ritta) civic leader and community work-: ,
couldn't'have been nicer," Mr. Du-i persons expected to attend the dedication Jan. 6-Friday Pelican Lake Sugar Camp 9 au m. to 3 p. m. re. <

frsne said when commenting on the and special facilities are Jan. Saturday Belle Glade (Loading Zone) 10 a,m.to 4 p. m. -- ., '. ,

- I Holiday,arrangements. Each room' being installed for news media Jan. Monday: Runyon Sugar Camp, 9'a. m., to 3 p m. NEW YEAR'S DANCE '. .
<.: door ,aiso had, a beautiful decoration personnel covering the"occasion. Jan. Wednesday Okeechobee Housing Area Belle Pahokee BPOE'Lodge 1638 will J

..1 ,' lending the!':Yuletide spirit to Gen. E. C. Itschner of Washington Glade (Recreational Area) 3 p. m. to 9 p. m. hold Its annual New Year's 'Eve

,? '!- each and every nook of the" popular Chief of,the U. S. Army Corpsof Jan. 12-Thursday, ,Belle Glade, Vicinity of 5th Street : dance in the'social hall of the lodge .
: institution., Engineers and'a representative and Avenue A jr B 3 p. m. to 9 p. m.Pahokee. building, starting: Saturday at 10
.'I! 'of either the Department: t of Armyor Jan. 13-Friday Rardin Ave, &; 4th St 3 p. m. to 9 p. m. p. m. and ending Sunday at 2 a. m,

,: PTA MEETING JANUARYThe Defense will be.charge of the Jan. 14-Saturday Streamline Road 717 East of with Don Swan and his orchestra cf -.
: : ;". Canal:Point:Parent-Teacher unveiling of a monument memorializing .Pahoke$ 10'a. m. to 4'p. ja. Miami to furnish the music. Following

: : .- Association ,will meet week later the Hoover'Dike. Jan. 16--Monday Sandcut, Road 15 North of < "' the dance, the LOPES will] .

;f.:>., than usual;this month on the second Other dignitaries ,taking active 4' :...a-- Canal,Point. '3 p".m. to 9 p. m. serve a breakfast of bacon and -

Monday,sight,Jan.9,inasmuch: part In the cerenWy'win be'Len. .'I Jan 18r=!VedRr Everglades HoueiJl g. Reftd"715 '. eggs to Elks acid their invited.

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Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday, December 30, I960
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+ CHAPTERS TO MEET Nuclear{ Reactor I ROTES HEAR SINGERSA
The three chapters of the Beta vocal trio from the Pahokee:

Sigma Phi Sorority will meet. at I For Gainesville"GAINESVILLE High School Glee Club, includingthe
h + homes' of members Thursday Jan. Misses Martha Sellers Sandra
"\ 5. The Xi Mph Mu Chapter will The Universityof Lampi and Sue Brower, with Miss

ftJjF meet at the home of Mrs. W. D. Florida at Gainesville is gettingan Jan Plumer at the piano, sang

Howard;XI Beta Tau, at the homeof additional nuclear core for its carols at the Christmas programof

Mrs. Harold Wilkinson, and Beta training reactor.Announcement. the Pahokee Rotary Club. :Miss

Omicron, at the home of Mrs. JulIan has been made Lamp and her father, Robert O.

Branch that the order for the $12.000 set Lampi, sang a duet, "0, Holy

... of fuel elements has been placed Night. The Rotarians brought to

: 1.1 .. with The Martin Company's Nuclear the meeting gifts for distributionto
Mark Aldridge Has Divjsion at Baltimore, a sister underprivileged. .children. t
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A Birthday'Party'Mrs. division to the firm's Orlando -
missle-manufacturing operation. PAHOKEE WSCS MEETING

: The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida W. Aldridge entertainedat Dn T. F. Parkinson, reactor supervisor Mrs. C. A. Major, program chair-
man of the
of the University's Nuclear Margery Lair Circle,
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,. THE'LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF the home of Mrs. Arch Blakey Engineering Department, said that will present a program, ''RecallingOur
with party honoring her son,
the ,core of fully-enriched uranium Heritage Expanding Our
'THE. EVERGLADES NEWS Mark, on his fifth birthday anni. will provide an alternate set of.fuel Horizons," at the January meeting
Mark's kindergarte'classmates
versary.
of the Pahokee Methodist Woman's
The.ho8t.ss elements for the one now, in use
were guests. ; Society of Christian Service in the
there.
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without
;. was assisted by Mrs. Blakey.FELLOJSHIP He that the additionalset church Tuesday at 8 p. m. Mrs.
Interruption Every Week for More"Than 30 Years I explained
Established March-11,1924 Published Friday -A. is needed to carry on a numberof Ernest 'Maxwell president, will
Every
preside at the business session.
CAROLSThe experiments currently underwayat
f Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance I .
junior high'group of the Pa- the university. ,
f' hokee Methodist Youth Fellowship -+ ... --- SALVATORE VISITORSMr.
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The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office

In Canal Point, Florida. as Second Class Matter I toured the community ChristmasEve JIMMIE VANN SPEAKS and Mrs. Carmen Salvatorohad
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caroling. Following the singing James W. Vann, executive of the as guests on Christmas Day
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher : the young people went to the Pahokee Housing Authority, was their children and families: Mr. and
.. ----- .i home of Mr. and Mrs. Lolyd Hund- guest speaker at the December Mrs. Albert Herron, Fort Lauderdale -

Junior Orange Bowl Coral Rock Castle : I IravsThe ley on Bacom Point Road for re meeting of the Miriam Circle, Pa ; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pauletteand

Is Named Tourists :freshments. Assisting Mrs. Hund hokee WSCS, at the home of Mrs. family Tampa; Mr. and Mrs.
Queen ley as hostesses were Mrs. I. M. R, D. Apelgren. His topic was Richard Hodges and family, Belle
Lair, :Mrs. D. W. Cunningham, Mrs.R. "They Cannot Go Home for Christ- Glade; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Salva-
CORAL GABLES The 1960 HOMESTEAD-One of the most C. Hatton, Mrs. Lester Hatton mas." Mrs. Elsie Sims reported the tore and family, and Mrs. Bea Salvatore -
! Junior Orange Bowl Queen was unusual structures in the nation and Mrs.Hugo Boe.. circle has purchased clothing for ; and family, Pahokee.
; chosen recently from a bevy of 83 stands on the outskirts of Homestead I .
the needy and filled Christmas
winsome contesants.The in South Florida. It's a two- -
stockings for shut-ins.
winner was Robin Lee Krug, story coral rock castle with eight YOUTH CHOIR SUPPERMr. --.-- --- ,
Miami. Miss Krug and the two foot walls built by a man for the and Mrs. W. E. Blackwellwere NEW CIRCLE MEMBER } them

. princesses chosen as runners-up in j I love of a woman he lost. It utilizes hosts on Friday evening at a Mrs. Marie Hendrix was receivedas.
\ the contest are all 13 years old. skills that puzzle today's construc- oot dog supper in the Sunday .a new member of the newly organized Ja'GooDI i
Acting as judges were Byron Nelson tion engineers.The school building of the Canal Point Vena Mae Schroder Circle,
, a Coral Gables:>> savings and love story is fascinating. It 'Methodist Church for members of WSCS, at the December

loan man; Mrs. Owen Bowser, a began in Lativa where Edward the Youth Choir. Following the I meeting at the home of the chairman q !) ItS
.( Coral Gables housewife; John Par- Leedskalin was jilted by his 16- supper, the group of 20 boys j and Mrs. Edith Casto. Members

tin of Southern Bell Telephone Co.; year-old sweetheart..It's obvious he girls who were guests went caroling i 'prepared a Christmas basket for
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Jordan' recovered from this shock I I in the Canal Point
Miss Eleanor Gumby, never area. the needy. Mrs. Hazel Winch presented
Marsh; and Nancy.Brown of Coronet and he devoted some thirty years I' the program, "This is His
Charm School of Miami. to memorializing ,his sad heart in EXCHANGE' OF GIFTS Birthday.". ;

The new Junior Queen faces an stone. I Follawing the December meeting .

exciting schedule for' the days Today, on a 10-acre tract is aI, of the T. E. L. class of the Canal Freddy Hickerson, student at
ahead. She will be presented at the two-story tower house erected by I Point Baptist Sunday School Admiral Farraguet Academy, St. \\l

Junior Orange Bowl' football game, Leedskalin as'a residence, building I I Ii at the home of Mrs. A. H. Scruggs, Petersburg, is spending the holidays
present a plaque ,to Capt.: Eddie It of 235 tgns of coral rock in blocks members enjoyed a Christmas here with his parents, Mr.*and

Rickenbacker, and preside at: Coral weighing four to six tons each. I I party with an exchange of gifts. Mrs. F. T. Hickerson..
Gable's annual Youth Ball. Sand The coral castle's most
wiched between these events will ing facet is the interest-I I '-

be radio and television appearances displayed by Leedskalin's work. He J

f' and press interviews. displayed building skills akin to
--4 those of the Egyptians, the Mayas I i

: and the iricas hi erecting an Obe-
Florida State Fair
lisk of over 28 tons, a telescope Picture
February In Tampa pillar of 23 tons and the four rock nnse.

-- walls containing 761.25 tons of .

TAMPA-Florida State Fair, a coral., I i 1 1I 1vtw
consistant award ;-winner for more Coral Castle is on U. S. Highway I
1 south of Miami and near to the
than half a century, will open its -
'56th annual 11-day showing February Everglades National Park. '. .
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with three'brand new.honors. ;
The International Association of ..
I Fairs and Expositions, recently Young Harrell Hurt : .. I II

elected J. C. Huskisson, Tampa fair When Car Hits Pole ,

manager its president, and at the I "
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Electric power in the 'residental ,
:, Tampa show to be'the
outstanding
section of Bacom Pot Road Pa
North American Fair of the: :Year.
' hokee, was, interrupted Monday .
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't Huskisson ,also received..a trophy! after a Chevrolet sedan, driven by Ii
from American .\
Livestock' Journal Cecil Ray Harrell, 21, of Bean City,
3* for "a fair man's' "
producing fair
struck a'utility pole in front of the
,. The Florida fair will be'the'na- .
, W. R. Wilson residence o' SR 715 / .1
: ",11 _' tion's first major exposition" of and snapped the pole in two.
> 1961, and is expected to attract Under the impact the car folded ,

''. hundreds of,fair officials and show- lige an accordion. It was necessaryfor ;

." men from all parts of.the country. r two wreckers to pull it apart .
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- l"' from each end before Harrell could Sure, sKe's' a grand old flag! '

Plans, }Made For be extricated' from the wreck. He That's why we salute,her. a '.'< "r #yt;l8xs y : t .y.Q
was taken to the Belle Glade hospital -
'j. L: New Ve r'3 Dance suffering from a fracturedleft That's why we pledge allegiance to ker.

leg*and ribs and severe cuts That pledge, in itssimplest terms, ; I
,..... Plans for a New. Year's Eve and lacerations on the face, accord- Is another way of saying,"Count me \
%. dance for local teenagers were ing to Trooper Olin Garrett. Flor- in.You're ray country and I love;ybu a :
,. made by the board ofrdirectors of ida Power and Light linemen worked and need you. Your problems are _l !
the Pahokee Youth Center at a from 12:15 to 5 a. m. to restore my problems, and T'm with you __ j
meeting at the center. The board electric service to the area. all the way."
; voted to sponsor a public barbecue o r
next month to raise funds for the Parents InvitedTo Your country's biggest single : ? -
" .. Youth Center. James Threlkeld, problem is the perpetual responsibility I
new recreational director reported Special ReadingAn for keeping the peace its people I '

.. ,. regular recreational periods are want, You,can help with this
.- ". now scheduled at the center and opportunity to hear the pro- problem by remembering this: I

the attendance, of teenagers is in- gress a child makes in reading during Peace cost money. Money for --5.

.' >..- creasing., the first year in public schoolis military and industrial strength. ',; ,
being given ,to parents' by Mrs. Money for science and education. J
LT.: PICKET VISITS Edna .Maxson, first grade teacherat And money saved by individuals:' _

k rt ; Second Lt. Donald Pickett, who the Pahokee Elementary\School. .by you-to help keep the economy '
7 ['" *" is stationed at Fort Rooker, Ala.: Mrs. Maxson divided her pupils nto tro&g.Bonds provide. this money. .-
S where he is attending the Army groups and four : .
four on successive Crux Pits Wlimer Kitknal ftrvtpuwr*o*j !CaDt.C
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;, .".."* Flight School- is the guest of his days invited the,parents to visit the -b)Mrtii H. Hffltr-APS
I.N. *,. mother Mrs. Edna Pickett, here school and listen to their children
'.. while on leave from the Army.Mrs read. Next spring, near the end of Help Strengthen America's Peace Power ,

.--l,: Pickett..also.had holiday dinner. the current school year, she win .
', .guests. her daughter ,Miss Bette again invite the parents to' the

" *. Pickett of.Delray'Beach- and s ni' school to hear their children read Buy U S. Savings Bonds :
:"'. and."daughtcr-: : -law, Mr. and'Mrs.li and compare the performance in ,
'y. 'S'' John T.Pickett. ,Jr., and children., May with that of December.
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, ; Mr..and "Mrs. :Thomas Hignite Mr. and Mrs. Collie Holt have as NOW PAYING 3%% INTEREST
; spent Christmas with their and their Henry J 1
son a holiday, gttestv son
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..; I Battle to Prevent Crippling Diseases '

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: Mr. and Mrs H.'H. Hendrix 121 Mrs. R. A. King has arrived Jn Beginning Jan. 2 and

t:. N. Flame Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Pahokee from Sanford to spendthe throughout the month, mil- .

W., H.' Carraway, 2543 Bacom Pt. season here with her husband. lions of Americans will en-
'' Hd. Pahokee, were welcomed us
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:' Miss Carley Bracewell student list in the annual
.' new members of the Pahokee First '
'' : at FSC. Lakeland, isspending tire prevent crippling diseases T
:Methodist Church at the morning
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service Christmas Day. holidays with her parents Mr. .
Mrs. E. F. Bracewell in Pahokee. March of Dimes. ,

E.f JIi\' ,,', Mr. and Mrs.. H. 'C. Graham tad In thousands of communities
," Howard Thomas injured in a car
crossroads, hamlets towns
: as a holiday guest Miss Lois Carson -
;'., of Miami.Members accident last week, was transferredfrom great cities-special ceremonieswill
Good Samaritan Hospital mark the start of The Na-
i:";' of the Betty Mills Cir- West Palm Beach to the 'F ver- ,tional Foundation's campaignfor
dimes and dollars to combat
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cle, Pahokee Baptist WMU, will 'glades Memorial Hospital on.Fri
birth defects, arthritis and po-
': ,' ". \ : present the program, "May We, day. lio:; to pursue research into
I:I: '' ,' Know Our Savior's Love," at the these and allied medical problems :
January meeting of the WMU at Dr. and Mrs. Lester Hatton, have and to train health ; tiT
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the 1961 New
Climaxing
Joe Thompson, president will preside -- .. W. Ruethain of Little Rock, March of Dimes will be the

f. at the business" session. Ark. Her mother will remain here Mothers' March, held on the
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', Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Andrews has. for the winter season, but her evening of Tuesday Jan. 31 in i .
father will return to Little Rock, most areas, during which more :
t I as guests on Christmas Day their than a million women and otherS y s. .
after the holidays.
volunteers will make home-to- a
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;,.; Mrs. George W. Farnall, and George McElhenny Emory University help prevent crippling diseases. _
"i daughter of Belle Glade. student, Atlanta Ga., is,the Participants ,in the Mothers' aI
.'' L holiday guest here of his parents, March will'wear a lapel iden-
Mrs. Barbara Wilder, president Mr. and Mrs. G. ,McElhenny.. tification badge and they will
,. ', of the Sod Busters Garden Circle, I leave in every home an educational
,,' will be hostess to members of the Mr. and Mrs Jack Spencer haveas pamphlet of "Do's and
circle.at the January meeting to be holiday guests their daughtersthe Don'ts" relating to birth defects -

: held at her home Tuesday.Mr. Misses Katherine and Alyce I 'and another and expectant dealing with mothers warn-, I t5J
Spencer FSU students, Tallahassee. ,
r ,. and Mrs.' \V.: S. Plumer had ing signs and symptoms- of
arthritis.
as a holiday dinner guest John The goal of the 1961 New
,Ronca<< member of the: faculty off :Miss Edwina Humphrey, FSU March of Dimes, to cover'need
the Asheville School for Boys student, is visiting her parents,,Mr. ful expenditures in research,
Asheville, N. C. 4 and Mrs. J* 'L. Humphrey, here patient aid and professional
through the holidays. education is $45 millions. As
Mr. and Mrs. Luther M. York always a heavy financial bur- 'f
spent Christmas with their son-in- Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Vorhees and den on The National Founda-

.' law and daughter, Mr. and :Mrs. J. sons spent Christmas Day with her tion and its 3,100 chapters is
T. Parris and daughter, Miss Judy parents Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Gove, the cost of old polio cases. (In
1960 to
patient-aid outlays
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York, Tampa., at Vero Beach.
some 40,000 victims totaled approximately -

Most communities$13,250,000.in January) Joan Perry of Perth' Amboy, N. J., national chairman of .

., will stage a "kickoff' ceremony The National Foundation's Teen Age Program (TAP), is up
f I in which local dignitaries and to her pretty chin, in New March of Dimes balloons, to be
other personalities will partic- sold throughout January.I .
"' ?ayt ipate. Chief purpose of these
.\ ",. events will be to call ,attention Members of TAP (Teen Age mailers to be sent to the na-
again to the magnitude of the Program) and other young tion's, homes.In .
... expanded program of The Na- people across the country will addition, they will assist '
l tional Foundation and 'to, reemphasize be active in their local areas in adults in making preparations
Rv": : Sx that one of every 16 January in organizing colorful for fashion shows, auctions
I infants in the U.S. is born with special events. Among these telethons and'other New March ,
I. a significant birth defect; that will be coffee parties airlifts, of Dimes benefits. ,
fully. 11 million in the nationare sales of March of Dimes rain- Posters and other campaign
;; afflicted with some form of bow crutches and balloons and materials to be seen across the
rheumatism including arthritis; bowling and other sports events. face of the land will bear the
and that the staggering costs They will also help address the appeal, "Please Say Yes to the .

,b' hk a .raYw.14x. 2raY haaRx.p'"q :+:'+s.9. of polio will continue in 1961. 38 million New March of DimesKennedy New March of Dimes. -'.
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Councilman Hugo Billy, accom-I Home Is David Cunningham is spendingthe
parried by his son, B the holidays with his parents, Mr.

nephew, Skeets Boe, is a business Scene Of PartyThe I, Mrs. D.W. Cunningham, in Pa-
visitor in the Sanford area this hokee.

i 'y 1'S a y2 weeks doing forestry work. Xi Alph' Mu Chapter, Beta A-3c Roger Watson who is sta-

The January meeting of the Girl tioned at Hunter AFB, Savannah,
Sgma Phi Sorority, held its annual :
w. .. Scout Cypress Neighborhood Association Ga., spent Christmas with his par-
Christmas at the home of
party
.,: 'h'r will be held at the home ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Watson, In

*. .. I|of the chairman, Mrs.,Donna Plumer Mrs. Norman A. Kennedy Thurs- Pahokee.Mr. .

'f f Thursday at 10 a. m. day evening of last week,.with Mrs. and Mrs. W. D. (Bill) How- I

Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Vorhees will Mildred Schoeppel, co-hostess. ard and son are visiting their son- '{
have the New and Mr. and :Mrs. ;
as guests through The entire group went to the Pa- in-law daughter,
., Year weekend her sister; Mrs. S. P. hokee Public Library to view the Charles Mc'Curdy, and family in ,
Rr Lee and sons, Steve and Jim. I Christmas decorations that were Gainesville this week. I

: Mr. and Mrs. R. Wallace :Mur- on display as entries in the Christ- Sharon Watson is the guest of ,j I
'. : phy of Chestertown, Md., were hol- mas decorations contest for Girl Louise Slonaker in Belle Glade this ]i

j f' : Just say the word r-i. iday guests of his brotherinlawand Scouts, which was sponsored by week. ,I I
: y sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. the chapter. Mrs. 'Lewis Friend Dr. E. J. Graham and Rupert i II i

McKee, and family at Canal Point. chairman, and, other_ members of Mock, Sr., accompanied by Joe Ii<
Mrs. John Hatton was hostess to the chapter served as a judging Graham, Rupert Mock Jr., Ken'j!
'and suddenly you're saving members of the Mary :Martha Cir- team in the judging of the beautiful neth McIntosh and Robert Boe, are :J!

., ... .... '" '. cle, Methodist WSCS, at the De- decorative arrangements which had hunting in the woods in central ;j1:!
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B. Simonson, chairman gave assignments Pahokee Girl Scout andBrownie :Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watson have |<;

!' :l: i '" to members fox;the plac- Troops. A six-dollar cash as guests through the holidays her '}

,: : : JOIN THE PAYROLL.. SAVINGS'. PLAN. !". ,. ing:df flowers, the church during prize was awarded to Troop 33, mother, Mrs. C. W. Anderson,,of I,
January. Mrs. Hatton was in Mrs. E. C. Johnson, leader, first Register Ga.; also their\ son, Karl I:
I charge.of the program.. place winner, and 'six other cash' Watson, who is home from college. j

1" .WHERE YOU WORK ; Bascom. A. Belcher returnedhome prizes, totaling $15, were presentedto I The, ..Methodist Youth Fellowship'
this
week from a holiday the three 'that
troops were run- group at the Canal Point Methodist |,
visit with hid mother and other relatives -
".. It takes only seven little words to start you on a at Cairo. Ga. ners-up and the three receiving Church enjoyed caroling In the Ca- i::
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4 honorabl mention.
;, : : XfnF: program of automatic caving! !"Put me on the Mrs. J. R. York accompanied by Following, the contest judging nal Point area Thursday evening, J j,

:Payroll: Savings Plan!1"' What's more you don'f her son-in-law and daughter :Mr. members returned to the,Kennedy following which they were served / }'
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refreshments at the home of Dr
yb t,- ",have.to go far to say them. Just,say them to your and Mrs. J. W. Beardsley and 'I home where gifts were exchanged 'f I
and Mrs. Wilburn ,
I', employer. ,He'll do all the work: set aside/the children of Clewiston left' this among. the secret sisters and re- C. Young., \:

.'., t. ;. amount_ ,you choose from your check and ,deliver week for a visit with her son-in- freshments wee served by the I
(: ,,,;.J': your"Bonds when you've accumulated. enough for I law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. hostesses.It -

'r ''j;:: :'a, purchase. Browning Roach, and, family at was announced Mrs. W. D. Classified Ads Ii,

>. 'v2; The 'Bondsyou buy now pay 3%,% interest to Maryville,'Tenn. Howard willbe hostess at the next

i t t h ''maturty-and! keep earning ,for 10 years after I Mrs. Hugo Boo ,is visiting her, ,chapter. meeting, at- her, home..Jan. FOR SALE FHA
avail
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.y- ', parents, Mr. and ){rs. C. E. Mitchell :5.
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maturity.
1fr able, CBS Duplex Apartment
in Winter Haven this week. I :
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Mackey t
;.r "': : :' to.buy; Bondsregularly: where kitchen exhaust fans, 2 ,
,:.'::- ,you work through the-Payroll and children spent Christmas Day I HOLIDAY GUBSTS Blocks from School.Approximately i
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with their son and daUghter-tn-IawI :Mr. Mrs. Lotus
and Davis had
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a { -d. Savings, Plan. y 10 percent down. See Julius T. f,
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Mackey, at
his father D. D.
holiday '
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:Gi ; ., Stuart. I Davis,. of.Baker Fla. On Christmas 4tc'':
.. ,? Mr. and Mrs.' Richard Thierryand Day Mr. and Mrs: Davis and his HAVE 17 PIECE 3-ply 'Stainless r
.,. v '*\ mwe'thon wfth"tFS. are holiday.guests I'I father'attended Steel waterless cookware
\ }* You save ,money son of Daytona Beach a family:gathering sets. \
..' I .!,." (.. .." i1.: .':. .. of her parents,Mr. and j, and dinner,at the home of his Original factory sealed carton Reg,1
.. '. ,; : ;o- : Mrs. L.L. Shirley; in Pahokee. I brother-in-law w and Meter, Mr. and ular $149.00. Sacrifice $39.00. Will !

: SavlngsBon s Mr. and Mrs. .Jaok Geekler,:and I Mrs. :B B. Witew aDd family at personally deliver sets within 2 V

:: . children Jack and,LeeBe,.of,Knoxviile -I I Clewiatoof;On Tuoodoy_the Davte's weeks. No obligation unless satu t'
E .J' ., TecxL, are guests here of' erparents left for a :visit Wttfa her,brother fled. Write for brochure. Harry l
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pay
':.-. I,":,' The,Trtetiery 'Deportment thante, for. M e r. Mr. aad:MM. Bdward 'A:: and seUr-lu-taw, Mr. aad 'Mw.. A. Kama,.8N5.S. W: fith St., ),Dam" .

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Woman's Club Hears ,VISIT Tim RAMEYS .
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. Miller, HI,
l\'lrs.l\f. P. Stanley of Rockledge who spent Christmas '

with relatives in Shelby N. CL,.arrived -
:Mrs. M. P. Stanley presented the 'In Pahokee Tuesday for a hol-

Pahokee Woman's Club's Christ iday visit with her parents Mr. and*
mas program at a luncheon meet Mrs. Geo B. Ramey. The Rameysalso
ing in the clubhouse with Mrs. B. have as a holiday guest their

t, V w. R. Mosley, president, presiding.Mrs. son, David W. Ramey of Gaines I
Frank Friend, past president ville. They had as dinner guests
of the club spoke on "Putting Sunday evening Dr. and Mrs Gordon -
Christ Back Into Christmas" and Schuettler of Okeechobee and

demonstrated the makings of on Monday evening Mr. and Mrs.
The Pahokee'Church The Church Of God Canal Point I Christmas decorations for the Robert J. Schroder and Mrs. Helen

Of The Nazarene Of Prophecy Paftokee Baptist Church home. Miss Kathy Boynton gave a Schroder. .
reading, "The Night Before Christ- ----- --S0

Rev. Charles-D. Stewart Pastor mas' and :Mrs. E. B. Gamble recited -
BuffetSupperAtThe
71 Bacom Point Road Canal Point Road SUNDAY the poem, "Ready for Christ-
Charles''F. Crauswell, Pastor John II. Kinard, pastor 9:45 : School mas.'"Each member brought to the Schroder HomeMrs.
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Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882
10:00 a. .-Sunday School .
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11:00 a. .-Morning Worship meeting a gift for a patient at the -
SUNDAY SERVICES: 11:00 a.- .-Preaching Service 6:30 p .Training Union. Veterans Hospital. A donation of Helen Schroder and Mrs. r
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School.
t. 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship $10 was voted to the mental health Nola B. Smith entertained at Mrs.
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. ,.
8:00 p. m. Tuesday V.? I*. B. WEDNESDAY program.
6:30 p. rcu-Juniors. : Schroder's home Tuesday night '.
M. B.
8:00 m. Thursday -W. -
'. 700 m-- Evening p. 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. with buffet and bolivia
p. ] unaay music .' a. supper
Everyone! welcome. Special -------------- -
Evangelistic Service. Platts Gather For party honoring Mr. and Mrs. H. J.

-i WEDNESDAY: and sineiner.- .-. Christian Science .. Holiday At St. Pete Anderson and their holiday guests:
7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hall of Stockton -
; meeting., The Methodist Church Group Of ,Canal Point Springs, Me.; Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Platt and .
"Where are a stranger but I I
s you Canal Point Florida Paul Staples Carol and Frank
, once". The effectiveness of reliance on .daughter, Miss Judy Platt, FSU' Staples all of Southern Pines, S. C. J
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.. Robert Shelley, Pastor 'God's power will be illustrated In I student who is spending the holidays -.I' .- ... ,
1 Christian Science services this Sun at home, spent the Christmas
First Methodist SUNDAY:. Hattons Entertain
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weekend in St. Petersburg where I
10:00 Church School _
a. m.- ,
day.David's
Church, Pahokee 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I .trust in God alone in his they were guests of their son-in- Chancel Choir FolksMr.
6:30 Youth victory over Goliath is featured in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R.
m.- Fellowship
r. p. accounts to B. Chastain, Jr., and family and
Rev. T. C. O'Steen 7:30-p. .-Evening Worship one of the Scriptural and Mrs. Robert C. Hatton
. SUNDAY be read. The Lesson-Sermon, :n- were joiped there by another son-
' : MONDAY .
: entertained members of the Methodist -
,in-law and daughter, Lt. and Mrs.A. .
i 9:45 a. m.-church School 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice titled "God" includes this passage
11:00 a. m. -.Morning Worship TUESDAY: ; from I Samuel (17-45): "Then said W. Schell and daughter Connieof I Chancel Choir at their home

6:45 p. m. MYF 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st David to the Philistine, Thou com-I Patrick Air Force Base. The following choir practice at the
'7:45 p. m.-Evening .Worship Tuesday est to me with'a shield; but I come Platts will have as guests this New church. The choir presented Mrs.
TUESDAY: 2nd MONDAY: to thee in the name of the ton Year's weekend Mr. and Mrs. R. M. M. Nicely who resigned as ell-

7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting. of hosts, the God of:the armies of B. Chastain, Jr., and family of St. rector, with a pen and pencil set in

UceWEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY: Israel, whom thou hast defied." Petersburg. .... appreciation of her services. Mrs.
: 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting This citation will be read from } Lester Hatton. is replacing Mrs.
7:45 p. m.-MId-week devotions "Science and Health with Key toj I Scout Troop 628 I Nicely as director. '
8:30 m.-Senior Choir the Scriptures" Baker -
p. prac- I by Mary
s tic*. I xSt Mary's Catholic Eddy: "There is no power apart Being.Reorganized Lt. :David McCoy of Fort Belvoir,
Church from God. Omnipotence has all-I I Va., will arrive In Pahokee this

Canal Point First power, and to acknowledge any Pahokee Boy Scout Troop 628 weekend for a visit with his parents -
; Father Francis Fennech, Pastor other power is to dishonor God" is being re-tictiyated: and reorgan- Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCoy

Baptist Church Sunday Mass -11:30 a.,m. ((228:25-27). ized after several months inac- and sisters, Mrs. Alex Johnson and

Confessions before Mass. The Golden Text is from Deuter- tivity. James Threlkeld, new city Mrs. George Johnson and families.
Elder R.E.Barfield' ..- onomy (6:4): "Hear, O Israel: The recreational director has been appointed I The McCoys have as holiday guests
f
r.; SUNDAY: Lord our God is one Lord." scoutmaster and arrangements this week their son-in-law and

t, 10:00 a. m*-Sunday School First BaptistChurch have been made to hold reg- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Mil
j 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship Pahokee Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. Daughtry of I ular troop: meetings at the Youth ton and family of Rutledge, Ala.
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Indianlown are the house Center. 25
: 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. guestsof I Approximately boys
' 8:00 p. .-Evening Worship SUNDAY: SERVICES: their soninlaw.and. daughter,' have joined the troop and others Miss Marion Shearouse has as
::' WEDNDESDAY. : 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Walston, while Interested are asked to contact Mr. holiday guests her parents, :Mr. and
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 11:00 a. m.Morning Worship Mr. Daughtery Is recuperatingfrom Threlkeld. :Troop 628 plans to par- Mrs. Raymond Shearouse and sister -
:t: Service 6:45 p. .-Training Union surgery performed recently at ticipate in the Boy Scout Camporeeat Miss Lillian Shearouse of Savannah -
> 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: 8:00 p. m,-Evening Worship the General Hospital} in Lakeland. Fort Drumm, Jan. 14-15. I Ga. .

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

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i M. Wendell Hainlin Vicar The January meeting of ,the Canal .. .
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SUNDAY: Point Methodist Woman's Society ,-) tEm 1 1t:,000 banks f rorfl cOaSt
\ 10 a. m.-Sunday School of Christian Service will be + '
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:. 11 a. :Worship Service held In the Sunday School building 'to coast each day perform an outstanding -'

i{ .- Tuesday at 8 p. m. The program service for their customers #
l' Mr. and Mrs.Jimmy Wilson have topic "Recalling 'Our Heritage = '
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t." as a holiday guest their daughter Expanding Our Horizon". will be ." ; their community, and nation .4

t:. Miss Kathy Wilson _student at presented by :Mrs. Boyd Vorhees. by selling Shares-In-America- r "
I" Norman College,Norman Park,Ga. Mrs Eli McCall will be hostess. I
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i ',h.,;.i.t Weeki. V/achee Mermaids ''Discover Karelins At Home J :LAIR Mrs.CIRCLE C. A.,'Major PROGRAM presented' McCall'Home 'Is .

.' a Gasparilla Treasurer For Yule Holiday t program on "Preparing Our Hearts Scene Of Reunion '
t Again" at the December meetingof --
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1-- siding.. Others assisting with the L. McCall, Jr., and children of
?.'":, home after having been residentshere program were Mrs.> John Padgett, I Chamblee, Ga.; their soninlawnand
, for the past 26 years. Heretofore Mrs. Arch Blakey, Mrs. Bill Brown I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roberto -
If;.>. Mr. and Mrs. Rardin have: I and Mrs.'J. R.York. j!. Arrieta, and sons of Port :May-
gone to Georgia where they spent! .
.' w- 1 -- I I aca; her brother-in-law and sister '
( "J the Holiday with relatives, a: custom fl
, I Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Brazell.of Savannah -
t.,:. they had followed since they New Year's Party Ga.; his uncle, W T.Maul-
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were This married Christmas nearly Mrs.30 years Rardin'smother ago. For J. E. Wilson HomeThe din, and cousins, Pat Brown of
,;, Ovedia.. and Earl Brown of Belle-
Strickland of
Mrs. W. O.
Glade. Dr. McCall's family is staying -
t Glennville. Ga., spent Christmas home of,Mr. and Mrs. John
with his parents in Canal Point
".I here. She was accompanied by Mrs E. Wilson will be,the scene of'New
this week while he is visiting the-
d 1d A :r.d Rardin's aunt, Mrs. J. B" Seckingerand Year's Day of a family reunion and :1
Rev.Harry E Stanley missionary,
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her Miss Kay Seck- dinner. Out-of-town guests will be -
< I daughter in Haiti., -
C,4< iir:: 1L4r" inger. Christmas ,afternoon Mrs. Mrs. Wilson's father, chester King, .
Charles Stanfield 'a cousin of Mrs. and brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
;' to a .t Rardin and her daughter, Miss Sue and Mrs. A. S. King, all of Normal, Youngblood Home .' i

(- Stanfield, Lake Worth, Fla.,visited I HI.;' brother and sister-in-law, Mr., Scene Of Reunion .
I and Mrs. A. J. King and Pat.
', the Rardms, They were accompanied son, '
L" by Mrs. Dona Stanfield of Fort Lauderdale; nephew and '
'"" Glennville, Ga., another aunt of niece, Mr..and Mrs. Bill Haynes and Mr. ana Mrs. T. J. Youngbloodwere
daughter, Ginger, Fla. and hosts at a family reunion and
,Mrs. Rardin and her daughter, Perry, ;
r" ,: < Miss Beth Stanfield of Orlando.. nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. A.' dinner at their home in Pahokeeon
,. '. ... ,1. : .:n..jt. .On Tuesday Harold Stricklandof John King, Jr., Tallahassee. Also Christmas Day. Guests were her
.,.. -,( 't*., Atlanta, Ga., a brother of Mrs. present will be their sons-in-law brother-in-law and sisters. Mr. and .
: ..t :"Z i\ .. Rardin arrived with his wife and and daughters, Mr. and Mrs.Milton Mrs. E. W. Hillard of Orlando and
, ', < :!t < $: .t'i". Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Wright of
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;:.. visit in Salvatore and Mr. :and Mr Frank
:Ot ,.!, : ' daughter, Libba, for a short : ?
! .... r'.... .t. Okeechobee; her brother and sist-
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:. :$'l "y" the Rardin home. Mrs. Seckingerand Gillis and families of Pahokee. !
E'! 1. ..... "' _.!J.k ft m.:t: .' daughter Kay returned to' er-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John
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: ? Brantley and family of Clewiston
!: : : 'f.'' ;< ;.. :A. v'.., : (t.'r'"" Georgia Tuesday. The Harold ;
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fI. ''' !'f "" ,. .."".) .. :.", 4 '" nephews Eugene Wright and family
,1' ; .. ';;\ ,. 'J. / Stricklands returned on Wednesdayvia
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and
r... fjrr.J.tH:; _.t "";t.i -u Silver Springs and other interesting Mrs. P. B. Williamson of Okeechobee and John T.
4i .f ., spots in Florida. .. ,
Day their m
son, Kenneth Chicago, <
I ,help celebrate the Gasparilla Invasion during the Florida I Ill.; nephew, David Ramey, Gainesville AT THE HOSPITAL ,
State Fair in Tampa,these two lovely Weeki Wachee Mermaids Hoover Dike Will Becontinued ,and brother-in-lawand sister, -
don pirate costumes and dig up the Jose Gasparilla "Treasure l I Mr. and Mrs. Geo B. Ramey. Pa- Among the patients at the Ever- I
; Chest" in the woods of Weeki Wachee. We must admit that ( from page 1) hokee. Mrs. Williamson's mother, glades Memorial Hospital Wednesday -
Mermaids Vicki 'Sharpe and AlarUm Allen are the nretti-* Spessard L. Holland (D.-Fla.), Rep. Mrs. Lizzie Kirkey, ill for several were Luther York. :Mrs. Edith
pirates we've' seen in a long time Paul G. Rogers of Florida's Sixth I days at her Christmas dinner In Connell, Mrs. Frances Moore, Mrs.
----------- Congressional District, Florida Supreme bed. Kenneth returned to Chicago Sue Dewitt, Mrs. Gertrude Lovett ))1)1I
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Court Justice Elwyn Thomas by plane Monday. I I Farris Brewer and Hollis Jones.
; Lytal, Tells Why- rl 1 and Farris Bryant, making his first I IJ

major appearance after taking his : H-H 111111. t I I t-H H 1 H U I I M 1111111111111111' i I H >
(continued from page 1) oath of office as. Governor next.
most especially the local paper-: month.
(later identified as the Post Presiding officer- will*be HenryC. THEATRES ,

"i, ... Times.) Coleman, president of the Florida -
'I would therefore like to make Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Newell (Mol- State Chamber of Commerce
P R I N C ELAKE DRIVE-IN
a it a matter of record that I am still I lie Mills) of Canal Point announce which led the fight to gain Congressional -

. definitely and sincerely of the opinion the birth of a daughter, Christina, authority to name the :Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
" S that this airport, and the airport at the Everglades Memorial Hos- dikes in honor of the former presi- t ,
at Lantana, should be moved pital. Dec. 26. dent. -- -
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and plans should continue to be Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunham At the request of the 86-year-old I ,
; made to effect these moves. (Betty Walker) of Belle Glade'an' Hoover, the main program is limit- SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY. SUNDAY-:MONDAY-TUESDA T I
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.i "I personally do not want to be nounce the birth of a son,' Frank ed to 55 minutes. 1 JANUARY 1-2-S_ .JANUARY. 1-2-S .
responsible for any tragedies that Boyd, at the Everglades Memorial Hoover, whose plea before ''
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'..,. may happen to the citizens near Hospital, Dec. 22 gress in 1929 Jed to the Con-t "ANATOMY OF imitation Of.Life'
these airports nor to their prop- Mr. and Mrs. Francis Norman! ment of the system of
erty. I 'consider airport nothing (Judith Buchanan) of Belle Glade around the huge lake, will be introduced 1 A MURDER" LANA TURNER, JOHN GAVIN

:more or less than an industry and announce the birth of a son, by Doyle E. Carlton Sr., who JAMES STEWART, LEE AND SANDRA DEE
as an industry, In' order to be valuable Charles,'at the Everglades Memorial was governor at that time.. The A180 .
to its area, should,be proprely Hospital, Dec. 21. levees system, maintained by the REAHCK+ BEN GAZZARA AND
located in'order not to cause discomfort -I I 1 Central and Southern Florida Flood ARTHUR CONNELL "OnCC UpOn A Horse".t

or create safety hazards. I Control District the
There should also be unlimited : Home Mission StudyForPahokeeWSCS Corps of Engineers, was in begun 1930 and by was .t WMWW-l, M'l"'l"l l t t + 11 TIt I II t I

room for expansion."I I completed in 1938.
do believe that Palm Beach Following brief remarks by Hoover W'l"OTRJDff

County has a tremendous future in The Pahokee Methodist Woman's. who served as president dur-I '
aviation and it will play a very Society of Christian Service will ,ing 1929-33, executive vice president I AUNTIES I
important part in the overall grow- conduct a home mission study Harold Colee of the State o
th and development of the County. course at the church during January Chamber of Commercce, a longtime -I
Therefore plans .Ur relocate these The textbook used Will be personal friend of the ex-
airports have 'already been delayed Richard W. Spike's "Safe in Bondage president, will present the honoree j MARTIN I
too long."I :' Classroom sessions will be with ,a dedication keepsake. '
) would like .to. extend to the!' held on Friday afternoons, with 'a, Among guests on the speakers1 COUNTYCounty
Publisher and Editor-of our local special film, "The HOok," to be platform, which will :be on the r- r
paper an invitation to sit down and shown at the close of the course. Clewiston levee, will be Riley S. Seat,
thoroughly.discuss the planning of Mrs. Arch Blakey, missionary education Miles, chairman'of the Central and 41 Stuart
the relocation-of the airports, be- chairman, will direct the Southern Florida Flood Control l ,

cause I am thoroughly convinced first study session on .Jan.. 6.from District, members of the Florida n "wrgjy
that it would be a very difficult 3 to {:30 'p.m. Cabinet and other dignitaries. > yh
task without their cooperaiton. '
The program will close with a recessional -
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V' 3IRS. PHILLIPS VISITS played by: the combined
CITY ESIPLOYEES FEAST Mrs. Jack Phillips, former Paho-,. high school bands of Clewiston, Pa- 7 *
Employees o( the City.of Paho- 'kee resident now living in Fairfax, hokee* and Belle' Glade.: ,

,kee enjoyed a,Christmas dinner I IS. C., who, together with her fam" :aA' .,
the dining room of new jail annex spent the holidays here with :Mr. and Mrs.,W.'0. Pankey and w rY.
Thursday, with the City acting as relatives and friends, was honored son, Whitt, returned Monday to
host. Frank O'Co/inell and Leon I at a bridge party given at the homeof their home at Baton Rouge, La. ; kri
.Guthrie supervised the preparationof Dr. and Mrs.F. H. Poteete with after a holiday visit here with his
'the dinner. Approximately 50 Mrs. Poteete;Mrs. W..0. Moss and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and

attended. I Mrs. J., L. Tyson Jr., hostesses. Mrs.. 3. G. Thomas Jr. I I Martin County, named for former Governor Jonn W:, .

Martin, occupies an area of 372,480 acres, and is located ,
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on the south east coast of Florida. Each year many visi-,, ,.
tors enjoy sports and fishing resort facilities. Commercial

fishing is an important part of the economy, however,.
agriculture is the main industry. winter vegetables are I

t grown here extensively; string Deans, tomatoes, cabbages, f.

!"t/ : peppers squash, eggplant, watermelons and cucumbersare t
BE among the leading truck crops. ..

In progressive Martin County and throughout Florida,

A CLUE the United States'. Brewers Foundation works constantly
to maintain the sale of beer and ale under pleasant orderly -

conditions.. Believing that strict law enforcement serves .
/. the best interest of the people of Florida the Foundation''.
stresses close cooperation with Armed Forces law enforcement -' .
and governing officials.

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