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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: January 20, 1961
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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.January 20,1961_ PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN
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ICIRCULATING. THROUGHOUT THE. VAST AGRICULTURAL. AREA OF, PALM BEACH COUNTY.
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I I 4.: RoyVandegriftJr.Named A Member Happy Farmers Over- -Cane Are, Anticipating Boom In Canal Point ,


Local farmers and growers are .
I ; thrilled;at the recent announce
Advisory ment of the United States Sugar
Corporation that plans have ,been Area Shirley Brothers Inc. Are

approved for the erection of a $12- ;
A legislator and a former president million sugar mill and modern cane ,
I of the Florida F 'ult'and Vege at
sugar refining plant Bryant
table Association were named to- which adjoins Canal Point.. '

day by Commissioner of Agricul- Local growers are planning to Another Redi-MixPlant
ture Doyle Conner to the State increase their acreage planted to Erecting. t

f. Agricultural Advisory Council. sugar cane which has now becomea
W. Allen Markham, member of
profitable crop thanks to the research _
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Okeechobee County and Roy Van- disease resistant varieties of cane I Forward looking management of
degrift, Jr., of Pahokee past president by the U. S. Sugar research labora- A. R. Harrington In Shirley Brothers.Inc., in Pahok,
of F. F. V. A., received their tories established by C. H. :Mott: of i is overlooking no bets in preparingfor

c, appointments while participating Detroit whose faith in the Glades i Trustee Job Again the anticipated boom which is
I in the Herbert Hoover Dike Dedication and willingness to back_ this faith 3 certainly coming to the Canal Point

' "" in Clewiston. Both will serve with his dollars has made possiblethe area of the Lake Okeechobee Re-
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for two years.Vandegrift tremendous expansion of the Board Appointee r.. gion. Sugar mills, a water plant
a grower in the Lake industry and made ,cane growing and a refinery are on the planning
I Okeechobee area, 'will participate profitable to the independent farm- boards of this immediate area anda
in council activities on behalf of ers of the area with a guaranteed I A. Roswell Harrington of Canal lot of concrete will be needed for
vegetable producers in the State. ready market for all their produce. Point was named school trustee on the expansion, including new
He is sales manager.of the1 yande- r -" .4 J/Io. I Wednesday by the County School homes, therefore, the, announce-
giift-Williams Farms, Inc., of Pa- Board to succeed Milton Carpenterwho ment by Shirley Brothers that anew
.: hokee,\and served as president of Canal Point Lions took a seat; on the'school board Redi-mix plant will be erectedon
F. F.. V. .A. during the 1957-1959 the first of the year. One negativevote Canal Point-Pahokee road at

seasons. He is now vicepresidentand Hear FFA was cast against Mr. Harrington their Pahokee plant is timely.
a member of the Executive Report and that was by the man This installation will contain the

Committee of that organization. he succeeded-Mr. Carpenter. most up-to-date type of equipment

I Markham, who is currently engaged Activities of the Pahokee Chap- Carpenter, who resigned as a available and will be operated by
in the vegetable canning trustee on Jan. 3 to take office as
'I skilled in order to insurea
\ ter, Future Farmers of America, CHARLES STEWART MOTT personnel,
business in Okeechobee, will represent a school board member, waged a continued for'the
were reviewed by Chapter President Flint quality product
I the food processing interestsof Lee Granims guest speaker." losing battle to put Gene Carruthers MichiganC.S.Moti people of the Glades.
the State on the counseling of Pahokee in the post. Car-
This pnit will be further supplamented -
the of
dinner'
at weekly meeting -
I group. He .is a past president and 'the Canal Point Lions Club. ruthers is a',fonner.South Bay city by: a new radio Installationso '
Guiding
i one of the founders of the Florida manager. H
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that customers be assuredof
The FFA. boys have started a may ri
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Vegetable Canners Association and Board Member Ralph Kettler,
; and efficient
service
feeding and grooming program for prompt for"i
is a director of F. F.V. A. He served who nominated Harrington Wed- their needs. i
two Shorthorn and five black An- LightInlLS.S.Corp. building i'
J his first term in, the House in nesday, said the trustees them-
The 'will have rated
I gus steers and one Hereford :bull ney.plant a
I 1959 and was a member of the' Ag- selves asked that Harrington he of 400 CU-
which they will exhibit in Palm capacity approximately .
riculture Committee. I Beach County's South Florida Fair appointed. He was a trustee for One of the guiding lights of the bic Yards of concrete in normal. {
The two new members join eight and Exposition later this month. some years before' Carpenter Ket- U. S. Sugar Corporatism at Clewis working day within the local sales II
other persons named previously to I tIer said. ton is one of ,the heavy stockhold-
Six of the' steers will be' offered 1 area and capable of servicing any
c the 20-man advisory group which for sale at the exposition while one "In years past, whenever we had ers-Charles Stewart Mott cf type of construction job.
became effective January 15 un- I a we accepted the recom- Flint Mich. Mr. Mott is. also
of the steers and the Hereford :bull vacancy I I a The decision to expand present
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der the Reorganization of the Department will be exhibited also at the Flor- mendations of the trustees'" Ket- heavy stockholder in General Motors facilities came after a thorough

of Agriculture. ida State Fair in Tampa next tler said.Bob and it is reported that his divi- study of existing and future demands -

.- I month. ] dends alone on General, :Motors and will definitely be a con-

Some of the corn being ,fed to stock amounts to five-million' an- tinuing operation to serve the Par-
.: Rardin On Program I the show animals was grown by nually.At hokee and Canal Point area as longas

,1 In Tallahassee ,For the FFA boys, and two fields of Apelgren Head 85 years. Mr.: Mott is one of this demand meets expectations. ,
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mature corn harvested by boys the few surviving automotive pio- The new plant should be in operation j
i;, 0 Commissioner School were donated to the chapter by A. Everglades Federal neers. He has been a director of in February of this year. ,:
t R. Harrington and W. E. McCall. j General Motors since 1913 and I At Chosen near Belle Glade ')n i j ji
County Commissioner Paul Rar- The corn is ground and prepared owns 2,458,000 shares in that com- i SR715, the Shirley Concern has In ,{
din is scheduled for an adderss on for feeding in the chapter work At the annual meeting Wednes- pany. At the turn of the century he I operation another modern Redi- ,;
Monday in Tallahassee at the First shop. At present approximately 80 day of the stockholders of Ever- started manufacturing bicycle I Mix plant that has successfully and ''
Annual Short Course for County head of cattle half of which areowned :. glades Federal Savings and Loan wheels and later he switched to I efficiently served the entire Glades :
auto wheels. In 1909 he sold 45 '
Commissioners. Com. Rardin's assigned half area since its erection.
by the chapter and by Association in Belle Glade, Robert
topic is "The Duties of a individual members, are-gra.ing at Apelgren of Pahokee, was elected percent interest in his wheel firm I -, .. !
County Commissioner." the chapter ranch in the Pelican of the fast growing for $1.481,000 worth of General
as president
Girl
Scouts Hold j jI
The local commissioner will Lake section. financial institution. He succeeds Motors stock. For several years he I

; -. speak from experience, having In their latest chapter projectthe Robert E. ,Mathews, Jr., of Belle was a regular attendant at thePresident's' Their Regular Meet :
I < been a Palm Beach County Com FFA in. | dinner held annuallyby :
boys are participating Glade. Mr. Apelgren had been serv- I .
the U. S. S. at Clewiston.
: missioner for 16 years and was re- the ,Glades' current sugar cane ing as chairman of the board of di- Corp Pahokee Giirl Scout Senior Troop '
i] cently elected without opposition boom, having 'started a thrjee-acre rectors. --- I 38, at a meeting Wednesday night :
11 I for another: four year term. Before sugar cane seed bed: ..from which Another Pahokee man. Claude I Another Business in the Johnson Clinic with Mrs. E. J"I(i

r *i serving inpresent position Mr. they plan to plant 20 acres in sugar Shirley of Shirley Brothers, Inc., ln C. Johnson, leader, made plans fora Rardin served as State Representative cane next year, Granims said. Pahokee and Belle Glade, was elect- I Leaves City Pahokee I Court of Awards on Jan. 30 at :

I in the state legislature from Twelve acres of green snap beansare ed to succeed Mr. Apelgren as which four members of the troop (j
I Palm Beach County. being grown at Canal Point_as chairman of the board of directors. Another empty business house Karen Reed, Jann Plumer, Robert *
Com. Rardin is a state directorof a chapter project while at Pahokeea He had been serving as vice chair- I I will be added to the growing list Frank and Julia Johnson, will be }i ',,
the State Association of County 20-acre field has been divided man and director. W. B. Rhodes I Iln Pahokee on Saturday of this eligible for advancement to the i j I
i Commissioners and has served ss into smaller plots on which 'members was elected to a three year'term I when the owner of Pahokee Curved Bar rank. j j i I
vice president secretarytreasurer grow various kinds of vege- as director to succeed the late Her I Sundries will move that business Jann Plumer announced several ; '!
and president of that organization tables as individual projects. bert D. Beck of Belle Glade. I to Eavenport Florida, about 15 members are planning to make the : '
which is sponsoring the Short Johnny Kautz Pahokee High James A. Ball,.Jr., was electedto miles south of Kissimmee. Earl Heritage Trail sight-seeing trip on I *I
Course. It is expected that nearly School student member of the club, a three year term as director Schmidt Kissimmee pharmacist, the excursion boat, Paddle Queen. I
200 commissioners will attend the of the N. owner of the store said that R. A. .
was In charge program. and was chosen as vice chairman of Jann Plumer and Heather Reed ;
meeting. R. Norman Pahokee FFA chapter the board. Richard A.Poston, exec- Lanier will go to Davenport to operate will represent the troop at the t l
,advisor, was a guest. utive vice president and manager, the store there. Mrs. Lanier meeting of the Palm-Glades Coun-, j!!
SCHOOL OF EVANGELISM 4 said that all other officials of the and son, Butch will remain in Pa- cil, Feb. 6. (;
Those who attended the Schoolof COUSINS HONORED Association were re-elected and hokee until the end of the school At a special meeting next week '. '

Evangelism for South Florida Mr. and Mrs Leo Maxwell enter- that. all ,employees are to be re- I year before joining Mr. Lanier. the troop.will complete plans for a !i i j
Methodist Churches, held this weekat tained at their home with a coffee tained in their present positions. I They have been- operating the storein cook-out on the Herbert Hoover 11 j

the Park Temple Church in honoring their cousins who are The annual report released at the Pahokee. Dike back to the Youth Center,. j ij j
Fort Lauderdale were the Rev. and house guests Mr. and Mrs. Em- meeting bore out the' story printed Jan.27, according to Elaine Salva- ,
Mrs. T. C. O'Steen Mrs. J. D. Rogers mett E. Smith, of Leaksville, Miss.Outoftown in these columns that week that Mrs. Wade Ammons was accom- tore, reporter. !
and O. B. McClure, from Paho- guests were Mr. and the Association had enjoyed an unusually -I panied home from Lakeland by her .. Q -- e j

II kee; the Rev. Robert Shelley, Mrs. Mrs. Bob Blahut and Mrs.. Mittie good year in 1960 and looks mother Mrs E. M. Osborne, who I Mr. and Mrs. Walter' Cross and

.E. F. Hollon and Mrs. Frank .Wilson Cruthirds, all of Salerno; and Willis forward to another. outstandingyear will be the house guest of Mr. and I daughter, Mrs. R. T. Smith, are
from Canal.Point. Smith of WamL in 1961, Mrs. Ammons for several weeks. visitors in Bartow? this week. '

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Eisenhower Gives License'Exams To BeHeld 'I llfYouArePtetty" % ;.?;


.r His Farewell AddressPresident By Nurse Board | Weeki Wachee- Calls ;,

Eisenhower said a/ Licensing examinations for; j BROOKSVILLE An exciting J .I'!.
last good night to the American nurses will be given by the Florida |and glam rowcareer" is waiting ;(

people Tuesday night with a prayer State Board,of Nursing in Jacksonville for young ladies 18 or older at i:
I for peace and prosperity for all from Feb.28 through ;March 2. Weeki Wachee Spring of the Live Jp
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and warning that "crises there The professional nurse exardinaj Mermaids. 1
j, tion will be ,Feb. 28 and '
held
will continue to be." I I on The management has announced 'i
ll The man who steps out of the March 1 at the Seminole Hotel, it is accepting applications for new |il\|'\
White House today from now, after where practical nurses will be given I members to their famous mermaid JJ)
half a of service to ttia examinations on :March 2. staff. You do not have to be an
century
--- --Jo..f-.- ...:.! country, told his fellow Applications must be filed with swimmereither. All you f
I men he wished he could country'-I I the board 230 W. Forsyth St., send a photograph along with ex'I''I''I'pert :
Jacksonville, by Jan. 30. statistics.If accepted you will I II
lasting is in, sight.
The: Rardin BuiTdingr In Canal_ Point, FloridaTHE "But.:'peace Eisenhower said, "so I* I a brief training period with !

'.: ,' 'LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF much" remains to be done." I I Green Thumb Treat I mermaid.after which you become a V i iI

I I I Florida State' Fair | All right girls, send your applU :jli I
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing PRESENTS CIRCLE PROGRAMMrs.
Q' D.' i cation to Weeki Wachee Brooks: ,1;
presenteda
Carpenter TAMPA-A real treat for horti- I yule Florida, and become a live
.. the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without program "Looking Forward- I ;'
I culturists and "would-be green: mermaid. '
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years 1 Thinking Forward" at the January thumbs" alike the International I "j

t Established March II', 1924 Published Every Friday meeting of the Miriam Circle, Orchid Show which will be held at 1t| Miss Mattie Bale of Coats I

Price Year In Advance I Pahokee Methodist WSCS at the the 1961 Florida State. Fair Feb. I I North Carolina, arrived by bus on
Subscription $2.00 home of Mrs.. Jack Spencer. Mrs. l'l'I l'I II
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and 9. Tuesday to spend several days as
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Nannie Mallory gave the, devo- Sponsored by the Florida West I j thE guest of her cousin Mrs. Paul
tionals. Mrs. E. D. Sims, Jr., vice
In Canal Point Florida, as Second s Matter I Coast Orchid Society the orchid Rardin and Mr. Rardin. Miss Bain I
chairman. presided at,the business show is being presented for the II who recently celebrated her 79th ;
Rardin Owner Editor in the absence of Chairman Geor-
Paul Publisher
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second '
time at the fair. birthday anniversary In Coats just i.
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people go to the ocean they don't I gia p ___ I Invitations printed in the world's I recently retired from office work
They'll Have A Vote leading orchid publications are ex- in that North Carolina town.. She j
want to stay in the water all of the !
CLASSIFIED ADS to hundreds of had been active in
time. pected bring new an secretary an
They want beach area and I \
recreational facilities. PAY BIG DIVIDENDS and exotic blossoms to the show. insurance office for many years. II
To Rebuild Beaches
A report due Jai. 31 will specifythe .---
areas the consulting firm be- ::1
... WEST PALM BEACH-It will lieves can, and should be acquiredby I '" I

cost 7:5 million dollars plus to restore the county.
Palm Beach County's starved Yearly cost to local taxpayers ,
beaches. would be 691540. plus the cost of
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If the county decides to do the i acquiring.new county beaches. I ;
Final plans for'the division of
job it can count on about $421,000 M ,
-less than six per cent-from the taxes to provide this money have
federal government.. not been completed, but they will I Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade J
The remainder will have to be work along: these lines:
raised locally;. proUably spread A bill will be drafted for passage I SALES and SERVICE : tl
over a' 5O-ye period: by the Legislature creating a Beach j I ,J JI.

These basic .facts are containedin Erosion Control District. It is likely .| Heating* '- Air Conditioning Appliances ; ;
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the first of four reports designed this district will include all land I. ; i I.
to produce a'workable' program east of'State Rd. 7. ,
for the restoration' of the county's Resident's of this district will be J..lI1 i..V>>"V"i.\LIt1Y WAJJ.IIW.llY.Jt1MI'II..VJ.l.M.ljl.M.ifMlJMI! Mij IM! IW.J, fM.1OM.. fW V.4tt.1I.. .lilY}IJ.L"'ALA.AV>>. \) .\. ,1:

45-mile shoreline. The report was asked to vote on a bond issue to finance I I(
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released Tuesday. -
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W.'Turner:Wallis and Associates, :
who are preparing the reports forth

'County Commission, plan to Doyle Conner Named I !I
have all four completed in time for ,
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action by the 1961-Legislature. One_ Of Ten. Young, : .
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One of the remaining reports Men Of The Nation '',. +- I'
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by pinpointing beach area the I .
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been named of the Ten Out-
Another will spell out the actual one ':
costs to county residents, based on standing Young Men in the Nation .._ t '., <
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the benefits each will receive from for the year 1960 by the U. S. Jun- I ,..... ..t.: j:5(: .. .
the mammoth job. ior Chamber of Commerce.His .'" 1\ :% \ t
"We recognize." said Ney C. selection for the coveted honor ,' ';' '.
Landrum a member of the consult- made him the fourth consecutive '". ,. .".. I
ing firm, "that to make the pro- Floridian to receive the award' in '4-i. .. -:!_: ..
gram acceptable to the public the three years. He was nominated for
county must provide more beach the award by Dr. Harry Prystowsky .
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facilities for public use." ? professor at the University of >
Access points are not enough, Florida's College of Medicine. The :5 t f #

Landrum says. "Access points are Tallahassee Jaycees were co-nom. I : 4
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necessary for such things as inators I
launching small boats, but whenAHM Conner, ajt. 32, is the youngestman I '. ; i
ever elected to the* post of .
Commissioner of Agriculture in Enjoy ) "
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Florida or the nation. He is a past '-
I state president of the Florida Future F _-',:,. : '.

Farmers and was national f
president of the FFA in 1948. He
was also elected to the Florida
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age of 21 while a sophomore at the
University Florida.

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for Convenience, Efficiency and Economy : !

t STUART A man and woman '
'. are being held for questioning herein If your lights dim when appliances ..CONVENIENT because you can use several electrical 4

I connection with Monday's holdup start, or your TV picture appliances where and when you want them > -' t

of the_ First National Bank, shrinks,and fuses often blow andarrange your furnishings and lamps as you .. 1
8:15: v112CHitT when $1,950 was stolen. your home is cluttered witk exwishand always find an outlet handy. -,. 1
Federal Bureau of Investigationand tension cords-what you need is S

a saw. other law enforcement officers full Housepower!And that means 'EFFICIENT-because lights and appliances will I

however; are releasing no 100-200 amp electric service,with get their rightful share of electrical'energy.Lights .1 ,

Kvr names. It is understood the two the right size wires leading into, will be brighter. Appliances-such as toaster, w : t
were reported in a bar about tho your house, and plenty of circuits roaster,waffle 1l'Ou-will heat up properly and give / "5 ,'. .
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S n time of the armed robbery by a .- outlets and switches. Yes, better results. ":-
2 5c 4f FREE PARK'NG,, white man, with a ruddy complex full Housepower is your Power to 'T I''
ion believed to be in his 40s. live Better Electrically-today ECONOMICAL-because you will be able to in. :-

Qo.NiELAS EVERY RACE I All day.Tuesday there was great : and tomorrow. Full Housepower stall major electrical equipment now-or later- ... J ;E
activity in Martin County sheriffs makes home... with little additional for"wiring
DAILY.DOUBLE Is? &.2ifd your or no expense ; "v-.
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tended several_line-ups but was unable -
to make an identification, it .
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in'the'bank at the time,of the ",. ". < I .
robbery:.h ve been interviewed; but -
; WEST OXBELVEDERE. apparently:were ',uaa&e: to throw v %**

HO. much.lIght' on ,the.eveats .of vtfee FLORIDA I POWER, Cc-'- LIGHT COMPANY '
hold-up which was ,carried out_ HELPING BL'IDI F:?!:lCAi

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-f Mrs. Leon Guthrie has returned Mr. and Mrs.James W.Vaiuv and:
; Ritual Of Jewels V home from the 'Lakeland hospital I I niece, Miss Carolyn Sellers, visited

( .1 By Sorority GroupA where she was a patient for two his brother, W. H. Vann, and family I

PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I j Ritual of Jewels ceremony for weeks.. I I at Sanford over the weekend. t j

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j... Mrs. Laura Hatton, Mrs. Ruth Ann : \
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', Mrs. Oscar M. Corbin Jr., I I
Patients at the Everglades Memorial and Miss, Hammond, the
Fort Myers is the guest of her I Lynnette
,; M. McIntosh and Hospital Tuesday were Mrs. four pledges of the Beta Omicron
I'j sister, ){rs. H.
I THIS ATOMIC AGE. .
Verdie Ann Hart, Roetana Winters
: :Mr. McIntosh at their Bacom Point Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority; .. ;
and Joseph Harrell. was conducted by Mrs. EmmageneCross .
#: home in Pahokee. I
IK of at the chapter meeting at the
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. George Apelgren of I Fort Mead visited Mr. and Mrs. home of Mrs. Carl Mindlin. The rituals -
R. New Conn., have arrived Lois White. V
Mrs.
Brittain
: ? T Ray: Smith here over the weekend. I were read by #
l'-; in Pahokee for a visit with their j i Mrs. Cross presided at the business \

'. son, Bob Apelgren and Mrs. Apel- Mr. and Mrs.. Leonard Maxson session in the absence of the presi- '"

:,. gren at their home on Bacom Point and family had as guests her brother dent, Mrs. Jimmy Moore, and pre-

Road. .. and sister-in-law, the Rev. awl sented a program relating to
Mrs. L. L. Mathis, of Long Beach, speech as heard on radio and tele- :
t Dr .and Mrs. Lester Hatton have
Miss. The Maxsons plan to spend vision. She will be hostess at the
from business trip to
returned a
the weekend at-Princeton, Fla., next meeting which will be held at
t'. Jacksonville., where they will attend a reunion of her home.

.Mr. and Mrs.Eddie Sapp and son the Mathis family.Mr. .- -

i.. of Lorida were guests here Sunday and Mrs. Sam Goodwin of Mrs. Calvin A. Shive,
nad sister in-law,
his brother -
Of
Wisconsin are house guests of Mrs.
, :Mr.*and Mrs. M. J. Sapp, and other. Honored On Birthday ,
E. M. Elliott. in Pahokee. t
'i-I. relatives. I
1.Irs.Valter Kautz has returnedto Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Padgett '. iffro l1aa ;,

I.: Miss Elinor Brackin and Miss her home at Canal Point from amonth's entertained at their home with a I
f. Margie Raulerson of Okeechobee, her mother Mrs.
f visit with her parents, Mr. party honoring ,
went to Eagle Lake Sautrday to and Mrs. William T. Miller, and Calvin A. Shive, Pahokee pioneer

spend the weekend with ,Mr. an1 other relatives at Nakomis, 111. resident, who was celebrating. her' rV

r Mrs., Loyd Brackin. 80th birthday anniversary.
Colette and Karen Carpenter of
Attend-I
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Visitors at the USDA Sugar were
Belle Glade of their
are guests
I i Mrs. Sydney K. Smith: Sr.,- (
in' Point
Field Station Canal
Crops Mr. and Mrs. O. Dan
grandparents Mrs. S. K. Jr. and BUILD FOR SAFETY
Smith family, j
:. were Dr. E. V. Abbott, pathologist Carpenter, in Pahokee this week 'I'
Mr. and Mrs. John A Dulany and
in charge of the USDA Sugar while 'their parents Mr. and .Mrs.
son, Philip Allen, Miss Sandra I
Field Station at Houma La., and
Milton in Gaines-
Carpenter, are MASONRY
Dma, Colette and Karen Carpenter with CONCRETE
his associates, Dr. L. P. Herbert, ville, where he is taking a short \
Pahokee Mr and Mrs.
; from ,
Clarence Guidry and H. Fangui. course in insurance at the Univer-. 1
O. D. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs.
sity of Florida. While in Gaines- I Home builders using strong, durable concrete.masonry
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Mrs. ,C. H. Williamson returnedto Vance Denton and family, ,Mrs.
ville the Carpenters are the house have proven the lasting qualities of concrete block ,
her home at Darien, Conn., this Josie Templeton, Mr. and Mrs.
guests of his brother-in-law and to hurricanes,earthquakes or Disastrous )
r in subjected
even areas
week after a visit with relatives !n Ralph Grimes and family, and Susan
I Mr. and Mrs. Dan BOr- to build look
Pahokee and Canal Point. Prior to daughter; Graham. atomic blasts. If you're planning ,

her departure. Mrs. Helen Schroder gnaes. - first to concrete masonry, the weather-proof termite- i

entertained at her home, 318 Kismet Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Eldridge of I : *proof decay-proof, fire-safe building material. For

with a dinner party honoring Panama City are guests of their j Lewis W. Thompson quality block. precision made on Stearns equipment. .. ,

Mrs. Williamson. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Has: 83rd Birthday see us today. V

Walker Mrs. Fred Kinsaul, at Canal Point. *OfficU Report of National Con Mr. and Mrs. Robbie They also will .visit their sons and Lewis W. Thompson of Pahokee, Association. Chicago lUinow, May 111955. "

have moved to Jacksonville where families in Miami before returning celebrated his 83rd birthday anni- CONSTRUCTION
while he AVOID DESTRUCTION-WITH MASONRY
Will make their home .
they ,
home Jan. 26. versary at a dinner party given in
is attending Massey's Business .A... his honor by his soninlaw'and

College.Mr. AT COUNCIL MEET .. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cone,

Milton Salvatoreand Those from the Pahokee PTA at their home in Belle Glade. At-
and Mrs. I
family ,were guests of his who attended the PTA County tending were Mr. and Mrs. Ellis ,

brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Council meeting at the Belle Glade Murphy and.son, Pat, Mr. and Mrs. ,! \

Mrs. Albert Herron, in Fort Laud High School Tuesday night were Chester Mullis, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. !
weekend. They' Principals Brooks Henderson and Kincaid and daughter, Miss Shirley
erdale over the i I
.were accompanied by Mrs. Salva- Herman Austin Assistant Princi- Kincaid, Mr. and,bits: Ray Thompson -.

tore's grandfather, C. A. King of pal Kyle Scott, PTA President W. and sons, Dorsey and Dean, all I \
visited his O. Moss, Mrs. Charles Wilkinson, of Pahokee; Mr. and Mrs. Melrose
Normal 111., who son ;
GLADE FLA.
Mrs. Joe Mrs. Horace and PAHOKEE, FLA. BELLE 1i'
A. J. King, and family while there. Thompson, Thompson daughter, Melody
Unwin, Mrs. Lloyd Hundley and Jane, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cone PHONE 7183 PHONEWY 6-5249

Mr. and Mrs. C. Wade Ammons Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Simonson. I and son Carl T., all of Belle Glade. 'j

attended at dinner party at the :
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.in West Palm Beach, honoring ner
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and

Mrs. John F. Kirk, on their 29th :

wedding anniversary. Mrs. E. M.
\ Osborne of Lakeland, mother of .
Mr. Kirk, Mrs. Ammons and Mrs. 4:

Dyar, was one of the guests.Mr. .

and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie had V V l 1 1VV
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as gUests Sunday their son and

daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nor-

wood Guthrie, and family. t

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J-Irs. Arnold Barad of West Pahn : ", x "

Beach is the guest of ){r. and Mrs. : -vI 4ti .'

Jdmes ,Gibson in Canal Point this V
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Jack Spencer, chairman, will : ;" -.' ..... "-' \ ,

,I' preside at a ,meeting of the Commission :
V on Missions at the,Pahokee ,: ,,

1 .',' First Methodist Church Wednesday l x k4V ,
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Mr. and Mrs. P. Williamson /

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at Wauchula Monday.: Z V ;

Mr. and Mrs. Emmett E. Smith 0 :\.

\ of Leaksville Miss, have arrived t
here for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
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Frie.nd, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Smith 1 .

and Miss Myra Cruthirds. Jfx
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Sunday. space-that's the charming, colorful Princess phone. blue and turquoise. Easy to get, too. Just call our : ;l J '

Col. and Mrs W. S. Evans have' This new extension goes anywhere in your home business office, or ask any installer-repairman.

.. as guests at their Cypress "Lodge and goes beautifully. The dial glows softly in the ,, I

:; home their son. William S. Evans ; dark so you can find it quickly and then, when you if' '. \

H, of Lexington Ky., and sister, lift the receiver lights
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:. s": l\lisSMaryEllen Sims Weds, James,L. Deal I

y is \ On ,January 14, In Church Ceremony


I Miss Mary Ellen Sims, daughter was his brother's ,best man. Bill .
-I I I I of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie C. Sims of Lee of Statesboro and Delray Bilby'
Pahokee became the bride of of Cocoa Becah were ushers. I

I James L. Deal, Jr., ken of Mr. ana Mrs. Sims chose for her daughter's -

I :' E I Mrs. J. L. Deal Sr., of Statesboro, wedding a dress of aqua lace (
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14 .. Ga., ,at a double ring ceremony in over taffeta.with matching acces't'
the Canal Point Methodist Church sories and a lavender orchid cor-

Saturday Jan. 14, at '3 p. m. The sage. I'
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r. vows were read lay the Rev. Rob- Assisting at the, reception in the
The Pahokee Church The Church Of God Canal Point ert Shelley. pastor, as the couple Woman's Club building at Patto-

" stood, before an altar decorated kee following the ceremony were
Of The Nazarene Of PahokeeCanal Baptist Church '
Prophecy, with, arrangements of'white glad- Mrs. Tuney Murphy Mrs. Bryan
I ioli, white mums and white Porn Chastain, Mrs. Jean McCown and -
Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor
71 I
Bacom
Point.Road Point Road Poms. Mrs. James Sims. Out-of-towi
Charles F. Crauswell, Pastor John H. Kinard, pastor SUNDAY: The program of nuptial music guests were Mr. and Mrs. James L.
I 9:45 a. m.Sunday School
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 j
10:00 a. .-Sunday School Miss John Deal
11:00 a. ,m.-Morning Worship was presented by Betty Deal Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Emory
SUNDAY '
SERVICES
: 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service 6:30 p. .-Training Union. son, cousin of the bride. and family, and Bill Lee all, of
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic' Service 7:30 p. m. Evei\ing Worship Given in marriage by her father I Stateboro: Mrs. Floyce Williamsand

? 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. WEDNESDAY: the bride wore a gown of alencon- Mrs. Jean McCown and son, :I

: 7:00 6:30 p. m..--Sunday Juniors.Evening 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. 7:30'p'' m.-Prayer Meeting. lace and satin with fitted lace bodice -i iI I Layman all of Register Ga.; Mr. I

p.Evangelistic Service., Everyone welcome. Special music ---. mandarin collar and long and, rMs. John H. Simmons Mr.
and sine ne. I sleeves ending at a point over tha I and Mrs. John H. Simmons Mr.
WEDNESDAY: Christian Science
hands. Satin-covered buttons down family Mr. and Mrs.Julian Snyder I
7:30 Midweek
m. Prayer
p.meeting. The Methodist Church Group Of Canal Point the back ended at a wideflangedbow I' Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Sims and
at the waist. The very bouffant Mrs. Leroy Johnson, all of Tampa;
'
"Where but
you are a stranger I
once". Canal PointFlorida.. "What is Truth?" is a vital ques- skirt was styled with full impressed -II Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sims and I

f tion to be considered Christian, pleats which touched the I family Mr. 'and Mrs. James Suns
Rdbert A. Shelley, Pastor Science,services Sunday. I floor and swept into a chapel train. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith Mrs. I
First Methodist SUNDAY: ,, Scriptural selections in the Les- Her fingertip silk illusion veil was I I I Frank Kumer, Mrs. Bob 'Harrison
10:00 a. m.-Church School son-Sermon on the subject of I held in place by a lace cloche. She and children, all of West Palm
CburchPahokee 11:00 a., m.-Morning: Worship I I "Truth" will include this reassur- I carried a cascade bouquet of white I I Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Delray Bilby,

4 6:30 p. .-Youth Fellowship .ing statement: "I will cry unto God carnations centered with two white I I I Cocoa Beach; Mrs. Bryan Chastain;
Rev. T.- C. O'Steen 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship I most high;; unto God that perform- orchids. Petersburg; and Lt. William
SUNDAY: MONDAY: I eth all things for me. He shall Mrs. Buford Justice of Jupitsr Schell, Jr., Patrick Air Force Bass.
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9:45 a. m.-Church School 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice send from heaven and save me matron .of honor and the bride's Following a brief honeymoon at
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship' TUESDAY: from the reproach of him that only attendant wore a gown of Fort Lauderdale Beach Mr. and
"- '6:45 p.' .-MYF 8:00: p. m.-Woman"s Society1st would swallow me up. God "shall lavendar organza 'over purple taffeta -I Mrs. Deal left Wednesday for

7:45 p. m.-Evening' Worship Tuesday2nd send forth his mercy and his truth" with purple accessories and Stateboro Ga., Where he is employed -
TUESDAY: MONDAY: (Psalms 57:2.3)). carried bouquet of pink carna- by Florida National Guard
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting The importance of prayer in understanding tions. and they will 'make their home at

ticeWEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY: Truth is emphasized in ''Emory Deal of Stateboro, Ga., 15 Henry St.
: 7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting this citation to be read from "Sci- I ------------------
7:45 Mid-week devotions
I. -
p. ence and Health with Key to theScriptures" '
... 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac Baker : Coke Hopes To Draw Communication
by Mary Eddy ,
Catholic
: I tice.Canal St. Mary's
'. (11:27-31)):"Prayer cannot changethe Youngsters To Play
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1128 E. 6th St.
Church unalterable Truth nor can
Point First prayer alone give us an understanding Casa Grande Ariz.
r -' i In to child
'I a move give younger
I I Jan. 17 1961 -
,
of Truth; but prayer;
Father Francis Fennech, Pastor
Baptist Church with i ren opportunities to use the recreational Paul Rardin
habitual
.coupled a fervent
m.
Sunday Mass 11:30 a.
desire to know and do the will of facilities at the Pahokee I The Everglades News
f Confessions before Mass:
,Elder R.E,Barfield .... r God, will bring us into all Truth." I f'I Youth Center, directors of the Canal Point, Fla.
SUNDAY: youth center are sponsoring a Dear Mr. Rardin

10:00 a. .-Sunday School First Baptist Day Of Prayer To -j I I I series of afternoon "Coke hops" at Just a note to let you know how
f 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship the center. The' first hop will beheld much your paper has meant to,me.
7:00 p'. m.-B. T. C. Church, Pahokee: Be Observed Feb. 17 Tuesday from 4 to 6 p. m.,with It is like getting a letter from all

", 8:00/p. m.-Evening Worship SUNDAY SERVICES- :' I all children of the Pahokee and Canal the people you know and wonder

r.: WEDNDESDAY: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School World Day of Prayer will be ob- Point elementary schools irj : about.If .
,' 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 11:00 m.-Morning i j vited to.attend. Free Cokes will be you should see Uncle Pat Car- ..
a.. Worship served on Feb. 17 when the Paho- I
i} Service' 6:45 p. m.-Training Union served at this hop and the one,succeeding roll (if he is still 'with us) please
2nd-and 4th TUESDAYS: 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship kee High School Senior 'Class will it, Jan. 24. James Threlk- give him my regards. ". 'I
7:30 p. .-Ladies Auxiliary WEDNESDAY: present a special program in the eld city recreational director, will Sincerely,
.. Meeting. 8:00 p. m. Prayer Meeting. high school auditorium, with mem- be present to supervise activities Virginia Barber.
t / -. .. .... bers of various religious organiza- however, mothers are invited to at- I
tions in the Pahokee-Canal Poet tend with their children, if they de Funeral Services
St. Peter's Lutheran
Church Of God
area to attend according to an- sire.

'" Church, Belle Glade Barfield Highway nouncement made at the January .- .. Mrs. Emory PickrenFuneral
,0 meeting. the Mary Martha Circle, CARD OF THANKSAs 1--- I

t r August Koerber, Pastor Pahokee Methodist WSCS held\at services for Mrs. Emory
s 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade 9:45 A M. -Sunday School the home of Mrs. W. S. Plumer. chairman of the Christmascard Pickren 48, of West Palm Beach, .
SUNDAY: 11:00 A. M-Morning Worship It was also announced a series of I and gift sales committee for who died Tuesday,will be Friday at
Divtne Services 11 A. M. 1:00)P. .-L. W. W. B. (Par- studies of the mission book, "Re-I the Canal Point Parent-Teacher I 2 p. m. at Mizell-Faville-Zern Fun-

I School 9:45 A. M. sonage) calling Our Heritage ExpandingOur Association, I wish to express my eral Chapel, Revs. A. Warren I
; '-41. 7:30 P. M.Evening Worship Horizons" are being held at sincere thanks to all persons in the I Huyck and Richard E. Byrd of- .
7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer, Meeting the home of Mrs. Arch Blakey community who helped to make ficiating. Graveside services will

r Holy Nativity It I 7:30 every Friday afternoon from 3 to this fund-raising project such an be conducted by Northwood Chap-
Church Friday-chUdren'S' 5 p. m. The program topic, "Look- outstanding success. ter 266 of the OES at 'Hillcrest .
Episcopal Church "
ing Forward, Thinking Forward", Mrs. Leonard Maxsoa Memorial Park. I
, Pahokee. 7:30 P. M. Friday-Y. P. E. .
t was presented by Mrs. John Hat-
-
ton. Mrs. R. B. Simonson chairman -' f
'; M. Wendell Hainlin, Vicar The Rev. Charles D. Stewartwas presided at the business. H 1 M H HIWANTE

. SUNDAY: called to. Glennville, Ga. the Mrs. Louis Davis will be hostessat
10 a. m.-Sunday School first of the week by the death ,of the next circle meeting at her I It

11 a. m.-Worship. .Service D. W. Kicklighter. Funeral servicesfor : home. The Mary Martha group will
, mv Mr. Kicklighter were held at be the hostess circle in charge of

Mr. and Mrs. James Raley have the Glennville Baptist Church Mon the program at the general meeting 4|
BUYERS FOR BARGAINS
t returned to Canton Ohio after a day afternoon with the Rev. Stewart i of the WSCS in February.. t

visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph a former. pastor of,the church, We are having a sale on, discontinued quality paints. These

O. Johnson. officiating.. Charity Purposes + paints ideal fqr migrant homes barns and fences at a savings t

-'.-" -'- .- I ,. ..;. .. .". .. .. ...,.- -''';- t never' before offered. We have over 5,000 gallons in 45tock with f
On
f "l1lmtmtlt'lrf'm'rf'7''I'! : "' tr! '!'ml ''J7'\ti l\"tI'r\1,Y\t',7'\tl,7'\tfyl"\J'mti7\' ,'jf Heavy- Floridians 1 ove'r 30 colors.to chose from Minimum orders 50 gallons.,Call
,
; I lect for appointment.

f I contributed Florida companies'$149,600,000 and resident for all I INGRAM'S 'PAINT COMPANY. cot-I

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'- - --
-- charity purposes during 1960, a Phone TE 3-5075 \Vest Palm "
I survey revealed Tuesday. =i=
\ N II rIOJ( .flLJ fERI. 71 The figure includes all institu- -K ritfrttW. -HJ.. rt"'.--H-. :"''+: '''.-'.-'.-'.-:-: -.- -".-' ''''-X'------' '''

.fJ tions and organizations in the state
I II I
J___ dependent on philanthropic sup-
The national total 1-++I 1 I : f I :-: : Ie : J I : : : : : : I : I I I I I : : : I : I : : I 1 : I I II IIITHEATRES +
I port. was eight

,OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN billion dollars. I"
I Donations frpm individual contributions -
120 FLORIDA CATTIJEMEN. I ,
i .. \ totaled more than three
t' WE WORK- FOR THE. BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF times the combined sums of all I PRINCE LAKKDRIVE-IN"

CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES other sources. accordingto:: the
I .American Association ,of FundRaising I
WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION Counsel. I Pahokee Pahokee-BeUe Glade Road.
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AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE -4.
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'. MARKET WHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH I I BELLE GLADE GUESTS 2 BIG FEATURESSUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAY -

: I viI CONFIDENCE Miss Elizabeth Humphries, new SHAY MONDAY -TUESDA\
I worthy advisor of the Pahokee Assembly JANUARY 22-23-24 -,
16 Rainbow1 for JANUARY zz 2s-M4
Order of '
SALES EVERY MONDAY AT IP. m.1 Girls and Mrs. Marie Hughes, new "-"The Magnificent: ,I SHE GIANT '

I mother advisor were guests )f OF MARATHON"
Belle Glade Assembly 1 :Monday "
Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON night, when they were Introduced even STEVE REEVES AND ;
and honored with special seats ,in YUL BRYNNER ELI WALLACH lDDIONOEOT .
PAHOKEE-BELLE GLADE ROAD the ,East: at the Assembly 1 meet- STEVE aicQUEEN AND ALSO -
,
\ PHONE \VY'8-308. GEORGE YOUNG MANAGER ing. Mrs. Ruth Meredith of Paho CHARLES BRONSON {"The Fireball' '
4 ,kee was also a visitor at the meet i .

.. '7W.\.IV.UVVJlA\_ WU/l ve..V.JAv..fltjM..Y-i.+,1Y-I J..1.I.J."V. fItj ing. &I, -H''1 ..M-M"I I M"H"I"H"H"H'..H-i-H"H"H"i''H-', '' II.II1III. '>. ':

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I: Friday, January 20.1961, The Everglades News; 'Canal Point, Florida ._ ? Page Seven

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Tmlmiocenf'Says Employment Is Up



; WPlJnx-J"-, ge Peel During December


'" '" PIERCE wgN P '**w s orim V '* c '' *" < fi Employment'nonfarm busi-
FORT Ex-Judge

I Joseph E. Peel Jr., of West Palm FiO; ness in Palm Beach County gained
; '. t Beach pleaded,innocent Tuesday to L : 6.3 per cent from November to December .
t r charges he engineered the 1955 1960 In line with the usual

, ',., murders of Circuit Judge and Mrs. seasonal upturn according: to the

C. E. Cluilingworth near Palm. Florida State ,Employment Ser
Beach. vice's office In West Palm Beach.'
After l ng heated legal argu- <+ xk And for the first tune, manufact-

Ii ments, Circuit: JiD. C. Smith :. uring employment here ,is over

upheld th3 Peel iuJictments returned ? 9,000.
: by the Palm Beach County > "A total of 3,400 additional workers .

Grand Jrry, and killed'a defense. was needed to push the Decem-

I move to hear tape recordings made,. ber employment level to 57500.;
by the State Sheriffs Asst iatiott. ''I I 'r s 'a" : Much of the over-the-month giui

Peel's attorney,. Carlton Welchof .'. ; ; ; was in the service industry partic-
Jacksonville attackedthe, ind1 ;t"l ularly in hotels. Also of significance -

ments on grounds ,Peel had no, were increases In retail trade
chance to challenge the grand jury. payroll," the office said.

He told the court the tape recordings Non-farm employment during
l I .
were needed to prepare vA l: :4ss ir >Q.A. 4lD.iirinI December was' 1.1 per cent above
Peel's defense. the previous December.

Peel's ,trial was transferred to "This low rate of annual growthhas

St. Lucie County on grounds that given cause for concern when
j extensive publicity given the sen- viewed with the knowledge that

sational killings would prevent growth rates of 6.0 per cent and

Peel from getting a fair trial in higher were considered normal .
I. Palm Beach County. prior to the 1958 recession. A suo-

I The recordings,'said Welch, were stantlal over-the-year gain in man-
reported to contain the voices of ufacturing payrolls cancelled losses

I Floyd-A:' (Lucky) Holzapfel, Jim I in construction and trade.employ
: Yenzer and P. O. Wilbur. He said I : : ment" the office reported. _

he believes parts of them contain & Unemployment dropped to 3,700in

material which would help exonerate -, S .M S.' saty. '3 N December, from 4,100 in November -
Peel. I .5,'.5' The previous December there

Welch also charged that) among were 3,500 jobless.
"The number of unemployment
all types of evidence, tape record
Florida workers continued to de-
ings are.most susceptible to erasure -
crease but the.ranks of out-of-state I
splicing and other' changes.
lO.OOO"( BUSS-ThiS 18'inch mouth Black Bass $10,000 for job seekers' swelled 31.9 per cent
He said the state was deliberately Tampa-$ > BASS large means '
t hiding the controversial recordings A Mrs Louise Sheridan of Winter Haven, Florida and her intensely appreciative husband, from November to December With 1

i and ,that they should be placed. Jh Lee. Af the expense of tremendous odds .Mrs. Sheridan hooked the',top.prize specimen 18 the advent of the is tourist season the

the court's' custody; available for hours after the opening of a $500,000 Florida fishing contest and fish research project the local of economy activity."Consequently entering.

the Peel defenses; sponsored by the Jos.'Schlitz' Brewing Company.The company had: :tagged and released 2,701 period peak ; In December the

The state,was represented "by salt and fresh water fish in a 15'county zone -in southwest: Florida, .with tag values ranging ratio of,unemployment in the labor

r State AttorneY Phil' O'Connell of from $25' to $1,000 and one grand 'prize fish worth $10,000.! Mrs. Sheridan, 38'year'oldmother force dropped to 3.8 per cent from

West Palm Beach and Eugene of three children and employed as cafeteria cashier; snared, the big one in Lake 4.6 'per' cent in November. A.year

t Spellman, state attorney from Howard near her home, while fishing with her husband, a'legless veteran of World:War II. ago the ratio was 3.7 per cent,"

Dade County, who was' assigned to The Schlitz contest will be held in three other zones of Florida in coming months with a totalof the office continued.
f assist*in the case :They stressed Each of the .. ..'
12,004 fish tagged throughout the state for cash awards totaling 500000.
that any recordings'"work'referred to by other three zones also will have one $10,000 fish released. SELLING MAGAZINES
I Welch were a product" produced .
Members of the Pahokee High
f by the prosecution, and,that . . . . _:. '
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School Junior Class are engaged in
it would be for the de. I I
Improper
I One and their mother advisor Mrs.A their annual fund-raising project
fense Both to hear them before and the defense trial. Miss Humphries B. DcGraw; the Rev. and Mrs.B. I Meeting-To. Boost the sale of magazine subscriptions.Net .
prosecution will 'be used finance
M. Canup of Tennessee, the proceeds 'to
cited dozens of decisions citing, worthy advisor's grandmother Boca the Junior-Senior Banquet
Advisor University
one or the other on Worthy .
precedents way ,
Mrs. Bill Galloway of Indiantown and Prom In the spring.
the of before .
\ use tape recordings !!IaCLASSIFIED- -
and cousins Bobby and Aleda

court trials. ,, I Elizabeth Humphries was installer Shackford of Pahokee. BOCA RATON -, A meeting, of ADS
PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
I I Ii new worthy advisor of Pahokee all mayors in Palm Beach Countyto
Lawmen To Attend support Boca Raton University
i Assembly 16, Order of Rainbow for Report of Condition of

Classified Ads Girls,ata formal ceremony held In Hiway Patrol SchoolThree day.; Pahokee BANK In the OF State PAIIOKEEof of Florida, at

.. the Masonic Hall, with Mrs. Ange- I I Lake' Worth.Theannouncement. the 1960.close of business on December 31,

lea Sears worthy matron of the Palm Beach County sheriffs was made by ASSETS .
I FOB SALE New and used Wilfys
I Jeeps Walter: Ashleyfa; GarageIn Pahokee Chapter Order of Eastern deputies and three FloridaHighway 1 Mayor C. C. Boone at'the City Com- Cash banks balance, includlng-reserve with other ,
Star serving as installing officer. Patrolmen began an 11- mission meeting Tuesday. He said balances and cash ItemsIn
Belie Phone
Glade 3Q58.
Oct. 17-54-cn. Other new officers inducted were week police training school in Tallahassee invitations have been sent to all process States collection Government_$2.707,774.07United
I 'I Martha Sellers, worthy associate Wednesday conducted by mayors in the county. obligations, direct and
advisor; Betty Rae Gillis charity; the Florida Highway Patrol. I I Primary objective of the meeting guaranteed States:_._ 1,817,684.38 1
Obligations of
APARTMENTS for rent. I have I Glenda Sears hope Katherine The six men left Palm Beach wilTbe to ask the mayors to spearhead political subdivisions: -- 75000.00 t
two nice apartments for rent in I I Young faith; Hazel Sheppard, recorder County Tuesday for the school."Un- forming of committees in Loans and discounts: ____ 1,752,563.04 1

,. Pahokee at 397 East :Main Street. I: ; Joanne McKinstry treasurer der theedirection'of Col. H. N. their respective communities to Bank owned premises___ .01 I
Mrs. J. B. Crosby. J20Paid I Thelrna, Williams chaplain; Kirkman of the Highway Patrol support Boca Raton University. Furniture and I
I fixtures ___$6,000.00 6,000.01
Connie Singletary, cheer' leader; the six and other applicants from Mayor Boone pointed out that Other assets ______ .01
I
,SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your Margie' Kahn, musician; Gale Florida will receive basic police statements predicting money will _
TOTAL ASSETS $6.359,021.51LIABILITIES
name 'label shows you to be m' Sears love; Alice Hurt, religion; training progressing to accident not be appropriated In the 1961
arrear on 'payment Send along Sharron Watson, nature; Elaine investigation and other investigative Legislature to build the universitymay Demand, deposits of Individuals

i that $2.00 payment now and we Adams, immortality; Cynthia Martin procedure. be disheartening to some peo- corporations partnerships___and___$4.454,620.87 I
will continue to send you this great vitality; Amy-Roel Young, Going from the _sheriffs dep ple, but the Resources DevelopmentBoard Time deposits of Indl"I.
... I
duals.
partnerships and
palladium} of the' family fireside. patriotism; Willadene Todd service ment were Paul Nicander of rt-I has taken Initiative to pro- corporations ___ 666.583.00 !
The Everglades News-Canal Point, ; Alice Joy Wilson confidential Worth; Daniel L. Chambers mote the university. Deposits of United States

Fla observer; and Penny McKinstry.outer' Boca Raton and Richard Parkerof Frank Wright, coordinatordirector Government postal savings(Including) __ 184,883.43
observer. Mrs. Marie Hugheswas Deposits of States and political -
Greenacres City. Sheriff Martin for the Resources Development .
_
.. inducted as new mother advis- i Kellenberger said that Board in establishing the university subdivisions 618,893.95
SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you upon Other deposits (certified &
have one get in touch with this or.Named successful completion of the course Monday night asked' the TOTAL officers' checks, etc.) -_ 21547.75
newspaper and insert a $1 classi- on the new'advisory, the men will become' road patrol Business and Professional women DEPOSITSU.926$34.oo
board for Assembly 16.were'-Mr.1.: TOTAL LIABILITIES __$>,926sJ4.00CAPITAL :
ified ad. It will get results. All ads I deputies. here to organize a state-wide groupto
payable in advance. The Everglades Grace Graham chairman; Mrs. I Troop""L" of the Highway Pa- support theuniyersity.CARNIVALS ACCOUNTS
Florrie Nix, secretary: Mrs. Marie .... Capital __ .. 100000.00
trol sent Patrolmen J. S. Wolf of I --
,News, Canal Point, Fla.
Surplus __:-.__ ..L: 250,000.00Undivided '
Barnes Mrs. -- -
Mrs. Jessie
r Hugh, West Palm Beach; J. E. Monroe ",f BANNED profits __- 82.487.51
I APARTMENTS are needed by I Florence Keen, Mrs. Angelea Sears Belle Glade, and R. E. McLendon of TOTAL --

many folks coming into this area I Mrs."Ruth Meredith. Mr. and Mrs. i Delray Beach. These three, men DELRAY.BEACH-City councilmen ACCOUNTSr CAPITAL: ._ 432487.51
to earn a living. Do you have one O. H. Sheppard H. C. Graham have been members of the High- decided Tuesday night to in- ,
for rent? Tell them and the world Douglas Gillis and J. H. Bordeaux. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND
way Patrol less than a year. troduce an ordinance next Monday CAPITAL ACCOUNTS __6359021.51
through a {classified ad in these Mrs. Sears was assisted in the installation -_ which would prohibit carnivals and This bank's capital consists of Com-

columns. Send along a, description by Mrs. Velma Hall Mrs. Blue Devil Netters circuses from operating within city 10000000.mon Stock with total par value of
.
.of the_apartment and a $f bill and Jessie Barnes Mrs. Grace Graham limits. MEMORANDA
we'll do the rest. The ,EvergladesNews and Mrs. Bernice Sheppard.The Have Busy Schedule Assets to secure pledged liabilities or assigned and \

Canal ,Point, Fla. installing officer and her as- NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING for other purposes _$1.188.000.09 I
sistants were each presented witha OF LANDOWNERS OF Loans as shown above are ,
I' Coach Bill Howard's Pahokee I I PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICTS after deductions of
corsage and a gift from the Miss Notice is hereby given that pursuant reserves of__ -.---_ 64.963.29>> I'
Humphries, the new worthy advisor Blue Devil basketball team has a, to call of the Board of Supervisors ot X. E. P. Ucllw&ln. Cashier of theabovenamed 1
Gracious Living I I Pahokee Drainage District. the annual bank do solemnly swear
who, in turn received a Rainbow -; busy schedule ahead this coming meeting of the landowners of Pahokee that the above statement Is true, and '
!
I Bible from her mother, Mrs. week in four games away from Drainage District for the year 1961. will that it fully and correctly represents -
in this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home be held at the office of said District In the true state of the several matters -
Laverne Humphries and a gold home. They will play Jupiter this 'I the Rardln Building at Canal Point. herein contained and set forth to
I in Belle Glade. Plenty of room, Rainbow bracelet from Mrs. An- Friday night, Fort Pierce Monday Palm Beach County. Florida on Mon- the best of my knowledge and belief.E. ,
inside and outside Excellent lo- day. February 6. 1961. at 10:00 o'clockIn r. McHwaln "
gelea Sears. nigh!,.Seacrest Thursday night and
the forenoon for the purposes of: Correct-Attest
cation. The new worthy advisor's mother Naples Friday night of next week. 1. Electing one Supervisor for a H. M. MclntoshRupert

I Mrs. Humphries, and aunt, Mrs. 1 The Blue Devils lost both of their 2.term Receiving of three annual years.reports' and Directors Mock '"
R. O. Shackford were hostesses games the past week. Belle Glade taking such action with respect Lewis Friend '

BILL J. BAILEY during the serving refreshments defeated them, 54-35, Friday night, thereto determine as: the and landowners. may- State of Florida., County' of Palm "
Beach. :
of punch and portions of a cake and Lake Worth downed them I 3. Transacting such other business Sworn as to And subscribed before me
Box 216, .Phone WF 6-30&4 as may come before the meet- and I
: decorated with a rainbow bearing 76-31 Tuesday night a this 10th day of January 1961.
__ .. I BOARD hereby certify that I am not an officer
Florida e. OF SuP!! VIBORS OF"
Belle Glade, :the words "RainbowGfrls.9 SPecial or director of this bank.
i { included. members of CLASSIFIED ADS PAHOKEE" DRAINAGE DISTRICTBY Dolores Joan Hlnes.
guests I :-W; C. Prewltt. President (NOTARY'S SEAL) Notary Public
p ,Jan.6,13,20,27, Belle Glade Rainbow Assembly PAY BIG DIVIDENDS Publish: January 20. 27. 1961 My commission expires Nor. 30. 1962.I .



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; Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, January 20, 1961

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Hundley assisting. Guests were Sunday School Class Coke Party'Honors i
Pahokee Unanimous '
Garden Club
l Nearly Mrs. Es E. Smith, Leaksville. Miss.;
: .. ; Mrs. B. W. Ruethain, Little Rock, Meets Stewart HomeMrs. Mrs. Milton WilsonThe

In To The Four Main Ark.; Mrs. Frank Hale Southern
Opposition -Lanmg Pines, N. C.; Mrs. Emma Wheelerof Charles D. Stewart was I I home of Mrs. Walter G. Hullon
hostess to members of the TEL East Main was the scene Tues-
t";" Street 'Pahokee On Proposed Route Sam Lakeland Goodwin and of Pahokee Wisconsin., and, Mr Sunday School Class Canal Point I day afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock ofa

: --.- .-S. Baptist Church, at the monthly Coke party, honoring Mrs. Mil
business and social meeting held ton Wilson, a recent bride. Host-
f Members of the Pahokee Garden State Federation's conservationfund. Lions Hear About at her home this week. Mrs,. W. S.: esses with Mrs. Hull were her

.' Club, alarmed' at the proposed four- MrS. J. M. Elliott reportedthe Sight ConservationThe Evans, teacher of the class, presided. daughters, Mrs: Ellis:;: Wilkinson,

:.',. laning of US Highway 441 through club netted $331.20 from its Mrs. W.' O. Strickland, Glenn- Mrs. Charles Wilkinson, Mrs. Rich- (
f Pahokee, voted, at the January ville Ga., who is the house guestof ard Nason and Mrs. Wallace
its sale of cakes. work the Pahokee Lions
meeting at.the home of Mrs. Lloydi holiday fruit her son-in-law and aughter, Mr. Barnes. Refreshments were servedto
;i. Hundley,.to give the club's full Support Mrs. Frank Friend, president, Club is doing in the field of sight and Mrs. Paul Rardin, was a guest. approximately 25 guests.
;; to a petition "against build- introduced Mrs. Marvin Mounts of conservation through donations of

. ing a four-lane highway through West Palm Beach who presented a corrective lens to underprivileged ----

.<, the main busineSs district, residen- program on "Birds and Conservation -1 children with defective vision was H t I I I '
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tial, school, church and park areas, ," in which she showed color reviewed by D. B. Mathis, sight 2imu
slides of birds of South Florida,
;. which would result in the destruction conservation chairman, at the
> of many lovely trees, multila- and described their nesting habits
of the
luncheon
weekly meeting
F': tion of a public. park, damage to and other characteristics.In .
? club, with President B. R. Mosley Air Travel lls Fast
,. ", homes and an increase in traffic annual observance of Arbor presiding. Dr. Richard CJ. Lane, I
' hazards..!' Mrs. J. M. Elliott was Day, the club sponsored the plant- program chairman, introduced Her- _
named chairman in charge of the ing of a lavender flowering tree, the Paho-
man Austin, principal of
finicis radermachera, donated by
'r petition. kee Elementary School, who show- -
' State Road Department engi- Mrs..C. M. Todd, and a cypress' do-
: ed color slides of European scenes
at the of the Paho- nated by Mrs. R. B. Simonson, in
. neers, request which he photographed while he :
*:;. '" kee City Council, made some time Ixora Park, with Mrs. Ruth :Mere- and his wife were on a Europeantour. : :::

.. ago by resolution, have been en- dith in charge. i .' ,
(. gaged for months in the survey of Announcements were made of .. .
k*' the proposed four-lane route the 5th Garden Club short course at I
" through Pahokee which follows the the University of Miami, Jan. 2*>- Endurance Race } V }

\ entire length of East Main Street 26-27; the dedication of the new Scheduled SebringSEBRINGThe R
1:. from the north city limits to Nola'a: I State Garden Club Center at Winter I
, corner, thence along the length of Park, Feb. 2; and the 30th annual I ,
,: West Main and ,through the city I Garden Club show, an invitational Automobile Racing -
ft park to connect with SR 715. Resi- show, Feb. 11-12. Club of Florida, sponsors of the

. dents along the route are reported Mrs., N. R. Lemonds had on display -' llth annual running of the 12-Hour
;, to be practically unanimous in their an original and very beautiful Endurance Race for Sports and

opposition to. the proposed foqrlaning floral arrangement.of her own de Grand Touring Cars' in Sebring,
" have announced that the removalof
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sign.Mrs. fuel brand restriction in the 1961
> Mrs. W. A. Keen, corresponding Jess Elliott distributed at
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the meeting booklets on "FlowerArrangements" classic has left the way open for FLY WITH'ZIMMERMAN
secretary, was asked to contact the I
,It through the com-. entries from all manufacturers and
t' City Council requesting that the pliments of the Pahokee Coca Cola ownets of racing equipment. i

J'. Police Department take the neces- Bottling Company.It Debris from Donna's hurricane

sary steps to prevent noisy tractor- was announced the February winds is being cleaned up at the 1 .

trailer trucks from passing through meeting will be at the home of Mrs.C. circuit- and preparations are underway -
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r the city with inadequate mufflers. L. Shirley with Mrs. J. T. Plattto to make the 5.2-mile track BELLE GLADE PAHOKEE -

The group made plans for a rum- present the program, which will I ready for the race. -
The big race will be run Saturday Office Hours Other Day or Nite
mage sale for the benefit of thAI include the showing of color slides
Garden Center building fund;;. decided by Mrs. H. C. Graham. t March 25.!. Two .additional. Phone WY 6-2086 Phone 3871
t not to participate 'in the Luncheon hostesses were Mrs. O. races are planned for Friday, Mar.

County Fair this year; and voted to R",leech, Mrs. 'Carl Kolstad and 24 and practice days have been set ,
contribute $15 annually to the Mrs. W. C. Darden, with Mrs. for, Wednesday and Thursday. us&yyv&x I I I

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