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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: January 27, 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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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i Raulerson-Cherry I Ir Sight Program Is I Redi-Mix Plant Is March Of Dimes ness."We We are_ are not not in in the the housing real estate busi-

Told To The Lions > I Plans Are MadeThe and home-construction business.

r Family Fair Group Started By ShirleyConstruction Our business is growing" sugar
-. cane and making so spoke
Dr. Richard C. Lane, at the week- ?ti Beta Tau Chapter, Beta sugar
Harry T. Vaughn, President and
ly luncheon of the Paho
meeting Sigma Phi Sorority, at a meeting at
General of the United
Selection of Mr. and Mrs. Ray B.Raulerson kee Lions Club presented a film started this weekon I Manager
the home of Mrs. W. K. Aldridge States in an Interview
Corporation
Mr. and'Mrs. Joe Cher- showing the manner in which the new Redi-Mix concrete plantto I Sugar
the with the editor of this
made in
ry and sons, Barney and Bruce, a school children with defective eye- be erected at the present site of I plans for participating
i three-generation Pahokee family to|sight are selected to receive assist- I the Shirley Brothers Pahokee ope- i legal March of Dimes fund-raising newspaper during the past week

represent Palm Beach County at'j ance through the Lions sight con- ration. installation will con- drive on Jan. 31, with Mrs. Lois Mr. Vaughn's views were expressed
Exposition J servation program. D. B. Mathis is tain the most modern and up'-to- I White chairman in Xi I after he was asked if his company
I ,charge to build for the
opening at West Palm Beach I| chairman of this project for the date machinery available in'Amer- Beta Tau, together with the other i planned housing

Fairgrounds, Jan. 27 on U. S. 98, Pahokee club. ica today and will be operated by I two Pahokee chapters of Beta Sig- 200 white men mill to be and employedatthe to

?, has been announced by Lamar Allen It was announced the Palm skilled personnel, it was pointedout ma Phi, annually sponsor the Moth- new sugar refinery Point.
t-. Secretary-Manager of the Fair. Beach County Association Lions by an official of the concern. ers' :March in the local March of be erected here at Canal
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+*-. All six members of the Hauler* Clubs has purchased all the ticketsfor Shirley Brothers ''own and ope- Dimes'campaign. From Mr Vaughn's statement it

i| son-cherry clan combine forces to the opening, night of the Musi- rate a modern Redi-Mix plant in The also discussed plansfor would seem perfectly clear that a
:F operate the Ray Raulerson ranch, carnival production, "Fanny," Chosen on State Road 715, and the the group annual Valentine job is in the offing for somebody.
Sorority's
f nine miles east of Canal :Point Tuesday, l March 7. These' ticketsare I decision to expand their facilities in dance to be held in the social room And that job is to, provide the

,t where 3,500 head of Brahman beef being distributed among the this immediate area came after, a of the Elks Hall the night of Feb. necessary housing for the folks who N
cattle the various clubs in. the and will be employed at the new instal-
roam range. County, full and complete study 'of poten- 11. For the program :Mrs. Ralph O. I -
. And riding the range to "pen' those not 'taken,'up personally by tial demands for"their' products. Johnson book review of lation, ,
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!: for market is \ the'Lionsare: sold to'the the gave J' When questioned directly as *x>'
up cattle one special being ;pub' The, Shirley concern: through "Haw ft." Mrs. W 0, Moss president ,
angle of this 'agricultural 'effort t.' each. Paul'Tilfery) 'is In years of its operation, has gained.a presided. the amount% each new employee"will"4
& that always finds the children on''''I.charge of local ticket sales. wide circle of friends who have earn at the mill and refinery; Mr.

r hand. Bruce, aged fourandahalft learned that quality and serviceare Vaughn said'that the annual earn-

't't; years, and Barney, aged eight years II 1 ; among its first attributes.The DeputyDirector Is ing power of each man would be
i Cars Claim Lives
""- ride with the grace and ease of I new plant will have a capacity $6,000.00 fend up.The payroll in this

: Western cowboys,_ and in Western of around 400 tons of redi- particular manufacturing effort
r saddles, and the women membersof I Without Wrecks mix daily and is being built to service Mrs. Alley's Title alone will tje' 1200000.00; for an

the family too, take part in the l any type of construction job. average of about $25,000.00 per '

' round-up. -. \* I I The new plant should be in operation week. That amount of money pour-
r. ,, The Palm Beach County Welfare ed steadily into, the of
There's nothing antiquated about TALLAHASSEE-Several hundred early in February of this year. economy
t Ray, R8ulerson"Joe Cherry, beef i people die in cars "every yearon Department has an added deputy' Canal Point is bound to help every
; production enterprise. Raulerson, aI I I American roads and highways director this week following action business concern in the section. .

developer of Glades' muckland to who are not involved in a wreckof F. E. C. Signals Stuck by the County Commission last A complete first hand survey

transform 1500 acres Into good any sort. On Morning Friday.The was made by Mr. Vaughn and Mr.Rardin .

pasture for cattle grazing began I They are the victims of carbon Foggy board, on a recommendationby of this newspaper and whatis

18 years ago and his son-in-law. monoxide, the silent, but slow and Dr. C. L. Brumback, county wel- printed here is fact and not rum-
Joe Cherry, born and brought up creeping killer about which we hear I Again yesterday morning the fare director, approved the ap or. Equipment is already on the
in Belle Glade, is the son of the first'settlers little electric crossing signals at the pointment' Mrs. Wilma Alley a'sa ground making borings of the soil

in this big cattleraisingsection The Florida Highway Patrol today Florida East Coast Railway cross- deputy director for the Glades and driving test piling in ,the area
of the country. issued a warning to drivers to ing between Pahokee and Canal area. where the mill and refinery will be

i( The Cherrys, (Mrs. Cherry was be on the guard against leaky ex.. Point near the Vann Packing Dr. Brumback noted in his letter erected at a cost close to $20,000-
*: the former Miss Nadine Raulerson) haust pipes that silently spew out a House were stuck. It is nothing unusual of recommendation that Mrs. Alleywas 000.00.

live on the ranch in an attractive lethal dose to at least 300 unsuspecting for the signals to go haywireand a valuable employee of the'department Dr. A.. G. Keller and Assocjate,

ranch house where good house- drivers every year. continue ringing for hours at I and had long been per- long known as the world's out-

keeping equals meticulous opera- And, while the official count is a time without attention being forming the duties of a deputy director standing sugar mill planners*-w1JJ
tion of their agricultural industry. 300 dead, Commander H. ,N. Kirk- given .them by the Railroad company without benefit of the titleor furnish the design for the new mill

"* Recognition for their up-and-do- man says that safety and traffic the salary boost that goes along and refinery"l\tr. Vaughn said. The
::. ; (continued 8) Yesterday morning, one of thefoggiest.
on page men are not sure "how many die! with the job. prime contractors are Farrel-
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"" as ajesult'of wrecks that are..indirectly '_ Mrs.Alley .Pahokee, has been..a. Birmingham of Ansonia, C91! ?rhe- '_
.. = .. Mrs Rardin 'tte I 'caused by 'carbon, monoxide -'morning:.forthe signals to go hay ;
\: : e r I I member':of the Welfare Department Connecticut concern as the.::prime:t : '
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s I pot oning. progeny.Cars ,.since 1957. _, c- contractors! will handle all,sub.con """ ;
'j 3 After; SevereBurns feuspect that 'on were lined up:;behihd,8.truck .. '..,- ". ;
I They many -car.accdenfs that feared an'attempt,to make the ..; -2:t'tractors: ;: Mri Vaughn: added:-. ;
rear-end collisions and
To give an idea of the huge size
otiI Mrs. Paul Tlardin is crossing. After several cars pulled Gospel Singing
recovering accidents in which the driver fell of the upcoming installation, the
. nicely'at her home la Canal Point II asleep' are caused by the poison around the truck and made it safe- Concert SaturdayThe I warehouse alone which will house J
ly across, the truck finally followed. -
i Here 'are some things to be sure
after suffering severe 'second de- the sugar after its manufacture,
of during winter months to guard willl be twice the size of the in
is invited to a one
burns on public attend
gree Sunday morning I Living in the Everglades has its
killer that strike
against a
can Clewiston and will be
capacity
Gospel Singing Concert at the Com- its
while preparing breakfast. In many advantages and a handful of
down its victim without warning:
40,000 tons of Cost of this
munity Building in the Glades Pair sugar.
One of the disad-
electric burner Check and correct mufflers disadvantages.
an
reaching across leaky
I I structure alone will be one-half
at Canal Point Saturday Jan. 23,
vantages being the lack of attention -
on the stove to turn it off, Mrs. and exhaust pipes. I starting at 8 p. m. million dollars.Of .
received in such emergency.I
an
car's in
Never start engine
Rardin's pajama top inadvertently your Citizens of the Everglades are due The concert, for the benefit of interest to residents of Canal
garage with the doors closed.
brushed across the red hot burner, a Don't drive with the car windows I and should demand the same atten- the building fund of the Church of Point and those folks who live up
.igniting and burning, her severely. tion to electric crossing signals God of Prophecy in E Pahokee will the ridge north of Canal Point is
closed.If
Quick work on the part of a Visit- completely while driving the cause you get could sleepy be that is given in cities'and towns on feature the singing of the Gold the announcement by Mr. Vaughnin
ing cousin. Miss Mattie Bain, and the East Coast of this great coun- Coast Quartet and the Harmon- regard to a new water plant
monoxide. at ,
carbon Stop once get
presence of mind on the part or Can ettes. One dollar fOr adults and which will be erected at a cost of ..
out and breathe fresh air. Don"tfollow ty. you imagine a crossing
'lit Mrs. Rardin quickly extinguished to close to other drivers..' signal functioning improperly, in fifty cents for children will be wel- more than one-half million dollars.A 1
the blaze thereby preventing much I one of those cities for an hour at a: comed as donations.COMPLIMENTARY. new intake line,will belaid into
The exhaust from their car can en- .
Okeechobee .
worse burns. ? Lake and extended to
The Rardins.. next door neighbors.Mr. ter your own. tine SHOWER the new mill site where the water I
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and Mrs. Earl Maxsbn were on Mrs. Lester Hand, Mrs. Charles plant will be built. Distribution to !
COOKIE SALE IN FEBRUARY '
the scene at once and assisted in Mr. and 'Mrs., Claude L. Shirley DeWitt and Mrs. J X. Moore enter- Canal Point will be made through

.. getting Mrs.,Rardin to the Poteete- Sr., entertained, at dinner at the Plans for the annual Girl Scout tained at Mrs. Hand's home with a the present line that furnishes that

Hatton Clinic in Pahokee where Petite Marnite the,occasion beingMr. cookie sale will be made at the Feb- party and baby shower in compli- area with water from the present

immediate attention was given to Shirley's birthday anniversary. ruary ,meeting of the Girl Scout ment to Mrs. R. L. Wetherington. Canal Point plant. f
her condition.-Mr. Rardin, was in Guests were Mr. ,and -Mrs. W..B. Cypress Neighborhood Associationwith Refreshments were served by the .

Tallahassee on business over' the Shirley of Indiantown and" 4r. and the phatrrrmn, Mrs. Donna hostesses to approximately 30 E. ,B. Gamble is ill at his. home-

weekend.J : : : .. Mrs., C. L. Shirley. Jr., of Pahokee. PlusaerThursday. .at.10' a., m. guests. with the flu this week.' '


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Page'Two ;.--., ::- The Everglades News Canal Point;, Florida Friday. January 27, 1961O
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Sorority A. Humphries I Outdoor Party For

Mrs. Frank On Birthday Fellowship Class

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Mrs. Frank Clarence Maxwell and Mrs. Members of Mrs. Inez Reeves \

t the Pahokee B. Mackey entertained at the I Christian Fellowship Class of the

guest speaker at I of their parents Mr. and Mrs. I Pahokee First Methodist Church

-/ Beta Omicron j I A. Humphries, Sr.:, with a cof- i School enjoyed an outdoor party

i iI Phi Sorority at J, honoring Mr. Humphries rnI t and barbecue supper at the Boy
I, Karl Mindlin, with |I 74th birthday anniversary. RoI Scout Beach and picnic groundson

Cross Jr.. hostess. |I[ were served by the the shores of Lake Okeechobee
talk, she entered to the many friends who I Tuesday night. Louis Mims and N. 1

with members of to congratulate Mr. Hum- R. Norman were in charge of the

ered the most barbecue. bir:?:. Melvin Spooner was
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had ever seen. general chairman in charge of ar

\:.. The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida At the business Started rangements. ...
Mrs. Jimmy Moore neighborhood.'W. .
THE LAKE OKEEOHOBEE REGION HOME OF siding Mrs. Julian I I Band Concerts
chairman ; \ 'Blue Devils, Will

r J THE EVERGLADES NEWS will be in charge Pahokee High School Band Play Home Game \
ma Phi Valentine started practicing for the first I

Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without a progressive series of free winter concerts The Pahokee High Blue Devil
March, the date held in the high school audi-
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years basketball squad after six consecu
Plans were made according to Bandmaster .
Established March 11,1924 Published Every-Friday tive from home will
attend with !I O. Lampi. The first concert games away ,
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe the performance I' will be Sunday after- again be on the home court Tues-

Prefer Blonds" at 'I Feb. 5. day night when.they will play For- i
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post,Office .
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on March 24.
I Ica. est Hill. This Friday night they are
In Canal Point Florida, as Second Class :Matter I .
Susan Morgan is spending a scheduled to play Naples, there. S

Paul Rardin = Owner, Editor, Publisher Mrs. Lloyd with her parents, Mr. and The Blue Devils were defeated by
at her home on Claud Morgan Pahokee be Jupiter last Friday night 72-42.

M I of last week with .semesters at the University :and also lost to the Fort PierceI -

Here.. Is What Transpired Monday's I for women of the I Eagles on Tuesday night.

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Palm Beach Aviation, Inc., which to pilots and small plane operators. I

for several months has sought to These investments, it.was reported,
become a base operator along side have kept the firm from making a
.. of Butler Aviation at Palm Beach profit during its first year, of ope- Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 62550Belle Glade I '
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r granted County Commission per- The reported lack of profits is SALES and SERVICE 'j
mission to move in. what'prompted Commissioner Rar- g I

.. But approval of the Palm Beach din to vote against a lease, for an- Air
Heating Conditioning AppliancesTHE
Aviation lease came only after the other firm at the base. Rardin contended { i I I I11W1.v
commission split lts'vote with the present operators should 1

Commissioner: Paul Rardin, Canal continue the exclusive arrange- li WMliMliMlil.IjMlMl! ; \l.IJMlil.M.Ii1..Y-1i1'yJjl.M.IjMlamiMli1..Y. 1j.Y..IIM41 W 1.v..ljJMIi, 4lMIIMliiMIJJy! IjAMI M.l.I ll.Ii-\\.

Point,,casting a negative response. ments until they had recouped on 17"" _, __ __
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commission meeting Friday, that However, Commissioner Lake

5 .,Butler Aviation which has been Lyta\ said FAA regulations prohibited -

base operation pn an exclusive the commission from excluding ''Y s
basis since the county took over other base operators who .. J/
operation of the former'airbaAe.. wished to come in. I
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has spent large ,sums of, money I "We don't have a right morallyor '; % / "i ;
attempting to improve its service legally to deny anyone the rightto : ; ", f. '
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operate ,on the airport; Lycal : '" .'
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETINGOF told the commission. ': '- <
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Commissioner Rardin who said .- .
PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT ,
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Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto he wanted the record to show the"good" I 1- : .; "_ ". .
call of the Board of Supervisors of : ;
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Butler .
Pahokee Drainage District the annual service being given by "
meeting of the landowners of Pahokee Aviation voiced an opinion,that j r
Drainage District, for the 1961. will
year .
,i be held at the office of said District Inc another base operator is not justified t 5
p the Rardin Building at Canal Point, at this time." { T' ._ : I \\ I 5
Palm Beach County. Florida on Monday "'
The board voted to have a lease
February 6. 1961. at 10:00 o'clock -
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1. Electing one Supervisor for a "
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further consideration of th3
term of three
years. .
2. Receiving annual reports and commission.The .
such action with '.
taking respect < :
thereto as the landowners may new base operator plans to f t
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3. Transacting such other business I .., ""T .
f -- es may come before the meet- i Airport from Lantana. \ F f
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To Wed Morgan TysonMrs. .
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hokee announces the engagementand : t

approaching marriage of her

.' daughter Brenda Janea,' to Morgan ( :M1 -
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Tyson son of J. L. Tyson of J.

Belle Glade and Mrs. Elizabeth F;.. ,:c--
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Beach Junior College West Palm .
Beach. Mr. Tyson graduated from .5 j5 'J. .... 5 J
Belle Glade High School in 1958 : t tI

.. and is now with the Badcock Ranch .
1 east of Belle Glade. "

Plans are being made for a Feb- I j

ruary wedding at the Methodist J.
8/15 Q&WZ Church in Punta Gorda. EXTRA HAND .
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Local Lions Give ON YOUR FARM ;.-:,.;:::: .

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$10 PublicityThe .Jf'
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Canal Point Lions Club at =
that used,te take hours.Yes the differencein '
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; ADM2 5< <* FREE.PARKING the weekly dinner meeting in the jobs ... .
Community Building voted a $10 Florida's rural scene is the ever-Reddy electricswitch ... '.. '

donation to assist in publiciZing that farmer things done -
QU1NIEIAS EVERY RACE I PIe helps today's get ; fi

DAILY DOUBLE Ut t 2ncfIUXUWOUS .of the other side of"the migrant I I' faster, cheaper, more efficiently. On the farm-and / .
labor story in the Glades area to F
in home Kilowatt is full-time "
your -Reddy your ,
.;...-... counteract the wrong impression
.:r CLUBHOUSE ,received by the public in the CBS 'helper for part-time: wagesl !
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and Mrs. ,
Floyd Erickson accompanied 1.1. lttlllt\\."
by their son, Dale, planto

'ff\. WEST OHBELVEDERE spend this weekend at. Forest FLORIDA_ POWER & LIGHT COMPANYHELPING
RD. Lake Academy near Orlando visit-
ing their son Robert who is a student BUILD FLORIDA0. ...

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T>age>Four .. .The Everglade News; Canal;Point; Florida ',Friday, January??, 1861


Mr. and Mrs Fulton Harvey Mr. and, Mrj .:JFV.'-A...:Woodcock .-Mr..and: Mrs.' Homer Barnes 'and

have returned to Yahokee r the .have returned to Asheville, N. C., Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sears were
winter season after spending sever- after a visit of several weeks with .
II PERSONAL NEWS NOTES visitors in Ocala Sunday. .
al months in New York. thier son and daughter-in-law Mr.
; Bo Johannson. who recently join- and Mrs. Fred Woodcock at Pa-

ed the U. S. Army left this week hokee.
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C. L. (Lee) Shirley, Jr., were business I I and children- planned to attend a to an Army ,camp for basic guests her brother-in-law an4isis"ter
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4 visitors in Miami Monday.Mr. performance of the Ringling training. Mr.\. and Mrs. Edwin Lum- For Sale
and Mrs. Lester Hand and Brothers Circus in Miami Beach on Mrs. Robert J.' Schroder is a pa- muka and'sons, Michael Pat and
; daughter, Linda, attended a family I I Thursday of this week. tient at Jackson Memorial Hospital Danny, of ,Newfield: N Y.
gathering held at the home of her Mr. and Mrs. Leon Guthrie had where she is recuperating from eye Edna Allen, daughter of Mr. and '

f brother-in-law and sister Mr and I I as guests over the weekend their surgery performed on Tuesday.Dr. Mrs. Henry Allen of Canal Point 1(Bobtail Fountain118'FormicaCounter
( Mra. C., H. Kennen, at Hollywoodlast daughters, Miss Eva, Gail Guthrie Emil J. Graham was able to was able to return home Friday
weekend. of Miami and Mrs. Carl Williamsand return to his home in Pahokee this from Good Samaritan Hospital
I children of Moore Haven. week from Good Samaritan Hospital wh.ere\ ,she was.a: patient for sever
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:Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Chastain are I I I
:.. spending this week at Salt Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maxwell, : West Palm Beach, where he al days., 6 Fountain Stools
I I who spent the weekend with their' was a patient for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Mackey ani
[ Fla. I IIi I son and,daughter-in-law, 'Mr. and' Mrs. Edgar Wilder and Mrs. i children of Stuart visited his parents 5 Formica Top Tables
|:v: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Batchelor I Mrs. Dale MaxweU, are visiting his Leonard Dobrow entertained at Air.\. and Mrs. R. B. Mackey, f \
Ii f" and Mrs. Ruth Batchelor visited'I brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wilders home with a dessert I. in Pahokee over the weekend. 20 Chairs

friends in,St.. Petersburg this week. ;' Mrs. 'K. L. Gilbert, at Chipley this bridge honoring :Mrs. Robert A. : ------- ..r----

t; l'C., A. Major, who presented 'I week. Apelgren on her'birthday anniver-i VISIT TALLAHASSEEThe 118' Back Bar
'. the program at the January: Mrs. W. J. White, accompaniedby sary. Mrs. Lucille Johnson Won the I
f meeting of'the'Margery Lair Circle her son Bobby White of West high-score prize' and Mrs. Wilma i Pahokee Chamber of Commerce 1 24" Grill & HoodA

.WSCS. held at the home of Mrs.'G.I Palm ,Beach, visited her son, B. F. Alley received the consolation low- was represented at the con-
r W. Byrd. opened the program with Corbitt, and family at Palm score prize. ference of the Florida Development '
r the reading of a poem, "A Prayer Springs Sunday.J. Mrs. M. C. Carter entertained at Committee in Tallahassee Mondayby Complete Line of
t for the New Year. Mrs. 'Arch Bla- S. Chastain was accompaniedhome her Port Mayaca home with abridge its industrial committee, including
t key read an article on dangers of from a brief visit with rel- party honoring Mrs. Oscar Wiley Tillis, chairman, Oscar Equipment To OpenA

godless Communism.The atives, in Tif ton, Ga., by Mrs. Chas Chastain of Thomasville Ga., and Dobrow and C. L. (Lee) Shirley, Jr. Business Of Your
f :.Rev. and Mrs. T*. C. O'Steen, tam n who has,been the guest of her Mrs. Earl .Jardine of Jefferson, Gov. Farris Bryant was principal
visitors in Miami this week visited daughters and families at Tifton Iowa. Other g"*' speaker at the conference. Own.LIQUIDATION.
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i Mrs. Robert J. Schroder at and Calhoun for the past several tis :Chase, Mrs. O. R Bleech, Mrs. ---
, 4 Jackson Memorial{ : Hospital on weeks. M. P. Stanley, Mrs. Norman "*. PATIENTS AT HOSPITAL
Thursday, while there. Mrs. Schro- Farris Kincaid and daughter are Kennedy and ,Mrs.: C. G. Coburn.Mr .
der is recuperating from eye sur visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. M.,J. Sapp, accompanied Among patients at the Everglades ,
gery. I G. F. Kincaid,.in Pahokee while he by their daughter, Mrs. Ar- Memorial Hospital Wednes- SALE !
Charles Sherman of Jackson, is on vacation between semesters at nold Hughes and children and by day were Mrs. Vivian Stamps,'Mrs.
Ala., visited his cousins Mr. and I the University of F1 rida.I Mrs. Ida Garrett, have returned Nobie Wynn, Mrs. :Maude Cross
Mrs. Thompson and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.'Floyd C. Groff and I from Arcadia where they attended .Mrs. Ruth Inez McAfee, Carl Lamar Pahokee SundriesPahokee

Mrs. M. H. Baxter, in Pahokee the I son, Bobby, of Continental, Ohio, I funeral services for his aunt, Tatum Mrs. Lillian Sykes, L.
T I past week. .. returned home the first of the week Mrs. Lena Sapp, 80. While there j L. Shirley, Clifford West Paul I Florida

! Mr. and Mrs.John D. Rogers accompanied -,i. after a visit with his uncles Cluade they visited Mr. Sapp's mother, Watson, Cleveland Palmer and I
i by thier granddaughter, L. Shirley, Sr., and L. L. Shirley, Mrs. Marie Sapp Nocatee.. I"Miss Nellie Mae Yeomans.
, ; Linda Justice, have returned from and families in Pahokee. The Shir- 1 I
} a business trip to St. Augustine. leys also had as a guest their sister -
W.\ E. (Bill) Erickson. exalted Mrs. ,P. H. Miles of Melbourne.
ruler of Pahokee BPOE Lodge Claud E. Morgan, Jr., son of Mr.
; 1638, and Lewis J. (Luke) Fraser, and Mrs. C. E. Morgan of Pahokee,
. past exalted ruler, represented has enrolled as a student at the I
l their lodge at the Elks Ritual Clinic Darlington Preparatory School in
held in West Palm Beach Sunday. Rome, Ga. II
; They were accompanied to West Mrs: H. J. Anderson entertainedat I
Palm Beach by their wives. her home Wednesday with a J' dV+
E. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Echols of Pelican luncheon and bolivia party, honor- I
* fj v- 'Lake had as guests the past ing her house guest, Mrs. Frank A
week their son and daughter-in- Hale of Southern Pines, N. C., who 4 y
law, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Echols and was celebrating a birthday anni

r' son, Russell, of Melbourne. versary. .

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r. > Pat Elliott VisitsP. I FELLOWSHIP COUNCILThe
Pahokee Methodist Youth.

I C. With Glee Club Fellowship Council met a.t the homeot

Diane Hollon with W. E. How-
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;' J. M. Elliott of Pahokee, who is Mrs. E. F. Hollon to discuss plans

a member of the Men's Glee Club at for a MYF party to be held in the

? the University of Florida and serv- near future. Dottie Lair council'

g .' I ed as club librarian, is with the president, presided. .

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of Washington, D. C., and other .

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71 Bacom-Point Road -Point Road Charles'D. Stewart, Pastor Roy Vandegrif, Jr., in Belle Glade, Phone 3058.

r. : Charles F. Crauswell, Pastor, John H. Kinard,- pastor SUNDAY; Visits TallahasseeRoy Oct. 17-54-ch.

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Everyone! welcome. Special music new State Agricultural Advisory .
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and singing. Council by Commissioner of Agriculture
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Of Canal Point ..organizational meeting of the
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j4 Canal Point FloridaRobert Continuous benefits are -
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: to all thrdugh a fuller comprehensive %
...: A. Shelley, Pastor of God as Love. This idea will Mrs.Johnson Will Fla.

First MethodistChurch SUNDAY:' be enlarged upon at Christian Science Teach Mission BookMrs. SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you
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.. TUESDAY: will be at the church Sunday afternoon
. :MONDAY: I The closing citation to be read for rent? Telf them and the world
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v 7:45 -:Mid-week devotions 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Eddy states (6:17-18)): 'God is Scout Officials At the apartment and a $1 bill and
p. m. we'll do the rest. The EvergladesNews
Love. More than this we cannot *
< 8:30 p.. m. Senior Choir prac- Council Meeting
tree.Canal St. Mary's Catholic ask, higher we cannot look, fartherwe Canal Point, Fla.
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Church The Golden Text is from_ Jere- Pahokee Girl Scout officials who

Point First'r miah (9:24) "Let him that ri. attended the semi-annual Palm-
: gI Gracious Living ..
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Girl Scout Council
r: Baptist Church Father Francis..Fennech, Pastor eth glory in this that he under- meetingin (
the
| new Council office at the International
'- ._ Sunday Mass11:30 a..m. standeth and knoweth me, that I In this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home ,
,' Confessions before Mass. am the Lord which exercise loving- Airport were Mrs. W. of I
f Elder R. E.Barfield S. Plumer In Belle Glade. Plenty room,
Cypress Neighborhood
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kindness, judgment.and righteousness -
SUNDAY: in the earth." chairman, Mrs. Glenn Brower, :Mrs.J. inside and outside, Excellent lo- !

t.' 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School First Baptist ... .1 I H. Wilkinson, Jr., and Mrs. E. C. cation. ;
f. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Johnson. .-
" 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. Church, Pahokee Missionary Group .

l 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harris of Pa- BILL J. BAILEY
SUNQAY SERVICES: In January MeetingThat
WEDNDESDAY:
hokee visited his parents Mr. and
f' .. 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Mrs., I. C. Harris of Dundee and I Box 210, Phone WY 6-3084:
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11:00 ,a. m.-Morning Worship '
\ Service our red brother "MayKnow her parents Mr. and :Mrs. Loyd Belle Glade, Florida
. 6:45 p. m.-Training Union Our Saviour's Love" the I J
was
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: Brackin of Eagle Lake last weekend. -
7:30 m.-Ladie3 8:00: p. m.-Evening Worship program theme for the January .
: p. Auxiliary WEDNESDAY: 1 Jan. 6, 13, 20, 27
Meeting. I meeting of the Canal Point Baptist

-. ..... 8:00: p. .-.Prayer.. .-- Meeting.. Missionary Society under the direc- \

I '.. tion of Mrs. F. F. Burr. -t : :-: : HK H: K#* + .
St. Peter's Lutheran -: : : : : : : : : : + -:- .-K"T' '-+
Church Of God The meeting was Monday night

} Church, Belle Glade I Barfield Highway Jan. 23 at 8 p. m. at the Church. I

, The display center consisted of an -WANTED

t- August Koerber, Pastor 9:45 A. .-Sunday School Indian "trading post" with various i i.i

rv 601 W.'Lake.Rd., Belle Glade Indian articles of interest The
11:00: A. M. Morning Worship
kSUNDAY: Scripture and Meditation was rea'i I BUYERS FOR BARGAINS I
.. 7:00( P. -L. W. W. B. (Par- '
t"..,." Divtne Services 11 A. M. sonage) by all members. in 'unison. Mrs. C.'I.i We are having a sale on discontinued quality paints. These

: School 9:45,A. M.- 7:30 P. M.Evening Worship D. Stewart gave the Call to Prayer paints ideal for migrant homes, barns, and fences at a savings I ...
and also the Indian's Version of
7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet- never before offered. We have over 5,000 gallons in stock'with J
The Twenty-Third Psalm, which :s
Holy Nativity ing over 30 colors to chose from Minimum orders 50 gallons. Call colf
, called The Rope of Love.
7:30 P. M. Fridaychildren'sClturch i
lect for .
appointment.INGRAM'S, tX'
Episcopal Church Others taking part on the program

Pahpkee 7:30 P. M. Friday-Y. P. E. were: Mrs. J. S.'Atkins, and PAINT'COMPANY 3E
.. I Mrs. Charles Maxson. Mrs. Stew- .
art, WMS announcedthat J: Phone TE 3-5Q75. West Palm Beach ., -:
President
: M. Wendell Hainlin,. Vicar' MUSIC TEACHERS MEET + :!:
i., SUNDAY: Robert O. Lampi attended the the Quarterly Missionary *& WrW&+:+:"''-l' -: ''''+ ''''.+x---X-H-' ''''''''''+
r will be held at the Paho
Meeting
' 10 a. m.-Sunday School / monthly meeting of the Palm '
S kee Baptist Church Feb. 8 with --. --- -
. Service on -
" 11 a. m.-Worship Beach County Music Teachers Association
,: at the Lake Worth High Josephine Jones, State Executive .i\1.'h"'W"i1"-rr: ,' ':r "m'Itr'rrr'm'h';' r ,Ih"ih'ih"iTIj in"i;lIFfnW,mnTI'
Secretary, the guest speaker.
Carl Thompson of West Palm School. He was accompanied t!> 1
Beach visited his brother-and' si is-::1 Lake Worth by Mrs. Lampi who The meeting will begin at 10 a.

.: ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs: Joe visited Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Miner m. The meeting was brought to a '

' Thompson and other relatives in I former Pahokee residents,while I close 'with the reading of "TheIndian's Air Travel Is Fast <
A Call" and dismissed m
; Pahokee :Monday. there. :!
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I \ prayer by Rev.--Charles--D. Stewart.

"!9gitya! I :Pruning DescribedBy

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; N ''HT/f JIllJ CIiOTIPIED Beach guest speaker, explainedthe I

j technique of pruning South

... ; '"" Florida trees and shrubs at the
January meeting of the Canal

r Point Garden Club, held at th9
t OWNED AND OPERATED BY: MORE THAN.
I home of Mrs. C.-Stringari with
FLORIDA CATTLEMEN ..
F r: 120 .the president Mrs. M. C. Carter I I

WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF- 1 presidinig. He was introduced by
; Mrs. Clinton Coburn who was in
CONSIGNORS AT ALL TOlES-
. I \ I charge of the Arbor Day program.Mrs. .

;; I"E ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION G. H. (Duke') Tucker, co-

r AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE hostess assisted Mrs. Stringari

) .. l\IARK WHERE ALL BUYERS ,BUY WITH I with the serving of refreshments.I FLY WITHZIMMERMAN/

s,:... CONFIDENCE'- From Mrs. Stringari's-l om club
I members went to the new roadside j '
a i park which the club is developing I{

SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 pi m. I least of Canal Point and planted a' /

I tree; in observance{Arbor: Pay.

BELLE GLADE PAHOKEE -

i::.: Glades Livestock fcket'Ass'nON JOINS THE ARMY ,
Office Hours Other Nite
Day or
Allen of Mr.
'Philip Dulany, son i

.,_., ... PAHOKEE-BELLE. GLADE ROAD and Mrs. John A. Dulany'of Belle] Phone WY 6-2086 Phone 3871'l '

i, PHONE WY 6-3028 GEORGE YO1jNG, MANAGER Glade former Pahokee residents, !
I \ has gone to .Columbia S. c., for

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!!i Simonson Circle I World Friendship- : i


L Hears"Mrs.'Friend Promoted -
\ By FFA... 1//
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"Rules of Happiness for the New All chapters of Future Farmersof

I Year" was presented as a program America and Future Homemak- ,I.

J f topic by Mrs. Frank Friend at the Dr. and 'MrS. George A. Gant of ers of America in Florida are be-

January meeting of the Mabel Sim Kissimmee announce the arrivalof ing given an opportunity to pro-

.!. orison" Circle, WSCS, at the homeof I Ii George Albert Gant, Jr., on Jan- mote world friendship and peace

Mrs. J. V. Thomas. Mrs. H. i through sponsorship of a mercy
i uary 14, 1961. The mother is the
j Anderson, chairman, presided at former Miss Bobbie. Frierson of ship' to the Near East, accordingto

the business. Canal Point and the father is a plans outlined by Dr. Walter O. .
__ Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tabb, former
former resident of Pahokee. Parr of Paducah Ky., executive

I Pal'Okee residents now living at Mr. and Mrs. Albert Graves of director,of World Friendship, at a I

Hinesville. Ga., visited heir son Augusta, Ga., announce the birthof Sixth District area meeting of high '
and daughter-in-law; Mr. and :Mrs.: school agricultural teachers at Pa-
a daughter, Cassandra Ann, ata
:. Doss Tabb, at Belle Glade and oth- hospital there, Jan. 19. Mr. and I II hokee High School last week. \..

er relatives at P:hokee.r Under the World Friendship plan,
Mrs#J. L. Reeves of Pahokee are II
Lt. and Mrs. Edward E. Stanley i I FFA
I f grandparents of the baby, who was and FHA units in every Florida -

i'z and daughter have gone, to New I I born on her.father's birthday. I II I I County are being invited to ba I

I Iberia, La., where he is stationed Mr. and Mrs. James Sullinger co-sponsors of the SS Holy LandFriendship

: by the U. S. Navy, after a visit II I (Betty Gan':), former Pahokee FLORIDA ., which will leave a Flor- .

with relatives in Pahokee and Canal ident now living at Baltimore, re3.1 I '. 1 i I ida port next July for Jordan in the 1\

: oint. ]I announce the birth of a son, at a A VERDANT FINGER IN THE SEA, HAS AN 8,500MILE Near East with a cargo of items pf

f Mr.:and Mrs. Guy Wood had 4as Baltimore hospital, Jan. 15. I I COASTLINE AND PROVIDES SOME OF THE WORLD'S FINEST utmost necessity for the refugeesof .

t guests ter parents, Mr. and Mrs. I I I SWIMMING, BOATING AND FISHING FOR RESIDENTS AND that country. The cargo will include !

John E. Chism, of Memphis, Tenn. MILLIONS OF VISITORS EACH YEAR. ( agricultural tools and seed,

Clarence Major, Jr., was accompanied I Mary Carter Paint .. (I medical supplies and hospital equipment j

\ back to Greenwood, S. C., the Has New Head Millions of home necessities, ,livestock ,

:first of the,week via plane by his -- I and well-drilling'equipment to provide i

I. mother, Mrs. C. A. Major, who will \i Years Ago '. means of'establishing an irrigation !
TAMPA John F. Crosby, chair- I
be with her son'as he enters a hos- THIS SAME SEA ,system for growing crops ,
..
man of the board of Mary Carter
pital there this week for surgery, COVERED FLORIDA in that arid land.
Paint Co., bas announced the election -
and remain with him during his SEVERAL TIMES, Since World War II Dr. Parr,
I. G. Davis, Jr.,
I of as president.
.. period of recuperation. I DEPOSITING RICH BEDS through the World Friendship or-
Davis executive vice
formerly
. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett E. Smith I OF PHOSPHATE ORE ganization has been instrumental

returned the first of the week, to president of the company which WHICH TODAY ARE in the sending of mercy ships to

their home at Leakesville, ,Miss., I markets- paint and allied productson MINED AND PROCESSED ,.. distressed areas in various parts of \
a national basis, came to the .ASONEOFTHESTATE'S'
after a 10-day visit with their cous- the world under the sponsorshipsof i
I Mary Carter company from Rheen IMPORTANT INDUSTRIES.ScogginJones .
ins, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Maxwell, ,.;: different groups. Last year the r
Manufacturing Co. of .New Yo"rkI
and other relatives in Pahokee.Joe I SS Kentucky Friendship, i
where served as director of planning .... -.. ..'r.. ... .. sponsor-
Wheeler has returned to I ._ -.F.j. :!,"'-01'- <.-- I,I ed by FFA and FHA chapters m
Prior to that he
was an associate '
Moultrie. Ga. after a visit with bis : t j i Kentucky, sailed from Pensacola
of Stewart Dougall & Associates -
mother, Mrs. Emma Wheeler, and I i I I with a cargo of necessities, valued
Inc., of New York, leading
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and I at 1200000. for the people of

Mrs. J. M. Elliott, and family In national consulting marketing firm. management ; CircleIn AT. \V3IU l\IEETING' I j I South Korea. The Kentucky sponsors -

,Pahokee. Carter Members of the Pahokee Baptist I j I were so impressed by the gratitude -
The Mary Paint Co.,
.H. J. Anderson returned Sund-iy which achieved a sales volume of January Meeting Wqman's Missionary Union,who attended I expressed by the Korean
from a brief visit with Mr. and, the WMU Mission Study In- ,,people for this assistance that they
$12,500,000 in 1960 I
began opera-
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Mrs. Leon Kistner and family at The January meeting of the Han- stitute at the Greenacres Baptist as well as Texas FFA and FHA
tion with store and
a single plant I I
StratfordConn.. 1 nah Scoggin-Annie Jones Circle of Church Thursday were Mrs. Joe groups have asked to assist also
in Tampa 1953. It now has more
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Case of Del- than 500 retail outlets from coastto the ,Canal Point Baptist; Wom n.sMisslona.ry Thompson, Mrs. Horace: Unwin,_ in supplying the cargo for the SS t

r ray Beach were visitors in Paho coast. This represents a 50 per: I Society met,at the homeof Mrs. W. A. Keen, Mrs. Leland Holy Land Friendship, Dr. Parr

kee Sunday. Mrs. J. S. Atkins at Pelican Keene, Mrs. M. M. Andrews, Mrs.E. .
cent increase over the 1959 sales I said.Through
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Reynolds had I figure. The firm now has facilitiesin Lake on Thursday Jan. 19th Mrs. B. Gamble and Mrs B. A. Bow- the cooperation of the

I' as guests Sunday their son and: F..F. Burr gave the devotional, and ers. I U. S. State Department and King
Matawan, N. J.; Conroe, Texas;
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Rolxt :Mrs. Atkins was in charge.of the I II I Hussein of Jordan, Dr. Parr recent-
Tampa,, and will open a new plantin I t
Pert W. Reynolds and family of program. The Circle unit theme ly visited Jordan and was appalled ;
the Los Angeles area within the
Fort Pierce. next month. was Alcohol and Narcotics' Education -I Medical Examiner I by the abject condition under which

Mr. and Mrs. Al Lavender visited ; and the January program the thousands of Arab refuges are
Robert Van Jr. who
Worp, e-
... his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. signed as president to devote full topic was: Facing the alcohol prob- : Named For CountyThe l r existing hi/that country. "These
and Mrs. W. S. Vilda, at Fort' ...audI people are in dire need of a chance
time to other business .interests, lem.Mrs. .
I erdale Sunday.. A. T? Holt gave a talk on to get on their feet again. Most of
will continue his assocition with the I I appointment of West Palm t'
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Langford have I Mary Carter firm: in an advisory beverage alcohol and Mrs. Grace Beach pathalogist as medical examiner -II I all, they need to become self-r!- \

returned from Avon Park where capacity, Crosby announced. I, Strayer was also on program. Mrs.J. for the county, has been specting human beings with opportunities .
: they spent several days'on busi S. Atkins presented the remainder recommended to the County Com- to make a living for them-

ness.Mr. of the mission study book mission by the Palm Beach County I I selves and rise above their present

and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux J. Ollie Edmunds' "Across the Bridge", and plans were Medical,Society.Recommended. humiliating position of being helpless -

have as guest*their daughter,Mrs. made for the January mission charity cases. It is the purposeof

Oscar H. Chastain, former Canal Sayings Available study: "The Dreamer Cometh" the for the post is Dr. I the SS Holy Land Friendship to
Hugh Dortsch, whose name
: Point resident now living in Thom- Luther Rict story. was help give these misplaced and half- !
sent to Dr. C. L. I
|: asville, Ga. On Sunday Mr. and The president of Florida's first Mrs. Charles Maxson, presided Brumback/ounty forgotten persons this chance for a

... Mrs Bordeaux and Mrs. Chastain university has been extolled as a over the business session it was an- consideration.Need health department. director, for j new, richer life, Dr. Parr said. "A

: visited Mr. and Mrs. William Van philosopher by Marion T. Gaines, nounced that the Februarymeetingwill I selected group pf FFA boys, accompanied -

Gemmert at Fort Lauderdale. editor of the Pensacola News.In be at the home of Mrs. H. G. for a county medical exam- by an adult FFA ad-

Mrs. Max Beverly, former Pa his recent column on the edi- Rodgers at Bryant, with Mrs. J. iner'was brought about with the visor, will _be on the SS Holy Land

hokee resident now living in torial page, Gaines has this to say Rodgers as hostess. There were E'I first of the year elimination of I Friendship as unofficial U. S. ambassadors -

Ochlochnee, Ga., visited her par- about Stetson University's Presi- members present at the' Janu Peace Justices who formerly of good will when it

ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Boynton dent J. Ollie Edmunds:. meeting. .1 doubled as coroners. makes the voyage to Jordan next !

in Canal Point and other relati\res "The career of Dr. J. Ollie Ed- J The county"commission at its I summer," he added.C .

in Pahokee the past week. munds, formerly of Jacksonville, i meeting also: ,, Lawrence of Wauchula,

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Ramey has been a varied one. He has beena Agreed to build a bridge over a i area supervisor, presided at the

have as a guest their son David W. judge, a politician and an edu- Many Cattle To Be drainage canal to serve a new district meeting. A. R. Cox, secre- :

,Ramey,who is on a brief vacation I cator, now is president of Stetson Shown At Tampa school to be built at Forest Hill tary of the Florida FFA organization -
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between semesters at ,the University University, where he has shown Village. was present. N. R. Norman,

of Florida.Mr. great leadership in building that I TAMPA-Thirty seven livestock Voted to go ahead with plans for Pahokee High School agricultural

and :Mrs.. Ray Nash of Windsor institution. building a recreation area along teacher, was host. f
exhibitors from 15 Florida
coun- the Miami Canal at Lake Harbor. -a- -- ,
Locks; Conn., and Riviera
"Essentially, however, Edmundsis ties
and four states have filled the i
Set, up a $3,000 fund to employan CHINESE NEW YEAR'S
Beach were guests here of Mr. and an orator and a philosopher. He barns of the Florida State Fatr -

.. Mrs.' P. B. Williamson' the first of is one of those persons who con- with 352 bred prize beef en- administrative assistant for A Chinese New Year's party Was
pure Palm Beach County's legislative enjoyed by members of the XI
the week. -
tinually collects stories anecdotes .
,4 tries, R. D. Jackson, the fair live-
,
delegation. Alph Mu, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority,
smart
# sayings and sage observa- '
stock committee chairman, has an-
O'Connell Seeks tions. Fortunately for us, he has nounced. Received a $110,000 check from at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al
the Florida Development Comints'sions Husbands
; Beverly. of members
started the of
FundsThe practice passing The livestock showing will be I as the states share of construction I were guests, and those attendingwere
Investigative these on to others through a little divided into two divisions with I
I I I costs for the county
new in costumes. Mrs. Mildred
monthly pamphlet called 'What- dairy cattle being shown the first health center. I
Schoeppel and her committee were
county commission has made soever Things.
: week, Feb. 7-11, and beef cattle the I
attendance of the
I Approved com- in charge of arrangements. '
available additional Gaines' column then goes on to
an $2,500to second week Feb. 1318.
mission for be held
a meeting to it
quote from Dr. Edmunds'
continue investigation of the Judge extensively Jackson said entries indicatedthe Jacksonville Jan. 31, when direct IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
words.Orlando highest quality show in the 5gyear FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
C. E. in of the State- Association of
Chillingsworth case which ors FLORIDA. IN AND FOR PALM BEACH
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the Judge and his wife were killed. & history of the fair, with in- County Commissioners will consider COUNTY.IN
terest at a peak throughout the CHANCERY
Request for the ,money came Man In proposed legislation. PEARL BARNES. :
.from State Attorney Phil O'Con- Southeast. Louisiana State University Plaintiff :
T will send its prize Brahman ijio- : .,
who Dessert
nell said he could not divulge Contest HERMAN BARNES, : -
how the money is to be spent. The herd, and exhibitors from Georgia, Defendant :
Kentucky and South Carolina have Tommie Faye Miller NOTICE OF SUIT '. ',
commission granted his request on LAKELAND-An Orlandoan has TO: HERMAN BARNES c

the basis that a full accounting \. been certified as the first male en- entered Angus, Hereford. and Short- To Wed J. T. RogersMr. Box Marked 282 Tree. Arkansas _

.._ will be. made in the future. {: try in the All-Florida Orange'Dessert horn specimens.E. You are hereby notified that Pearl

In another action on county finances J j, Contest which opened Jar 9 Barnes has filed a Bill of Complaint for
and Mrs.Thomas L. Miller cf divorce against you and you are required -
the commission learnedtht I and will continue through Feb. 18. O. MURPHY>> VISITSE. 166 W. 2nd St. 'wish to announce to serve a copy of your answer to the
two of the complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
representatives Allan M. I
: I Barclay entered a recipefor O. Murphy, former Pahokee the engagement and future mar- ThatM Whidden. P. O. Box 705. Pahokee. .
::: State Auditors office now at work Manhattan Pudding, an old resident now living in Miami, ac- riage of their daughter Miss Tom Florida, and file the original answer in #
in Palm Beach County, will include family dish. the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
"P: companied by his son-in-law, D. C. mie Faye Miller to James Theron Court of Palm Beach County. Florida
I :x an audit of commission's books The contest is.sponsored by the Bargeron, also of Miami, visited his Rogers of Eldorado .Heights, on or before the 27th day of February.
pJUt"ofthetr 1961 If fall so to do. Judgment by
an present assign- Florida Citrus Commission in : you
.Sk: merit.' cooperation son, Ellis Murphy and family and Stuart' Fla. default will be taken against you for
t with a major appliance other relatives in Pahokee the Miss Miller graduated from 'Pa the relief demanded In the complaint.
past
The audit earlier Dated January 26. 1961.J. .
was requested manufacturer ,Florida '
Power &
., week.Before returning to Miami he hokee High with the class of 59. ALEX ARNETTE
thii
; < month by Commissioner'E: F. Light Co., Miami Florida Power also-visited his son, Mack Mr. Rogers graduated with the Clerk of circuit Court
?; Van Kessel when he took his seat ;Corp.. St. Petersburg; Tampa-Elec: Murphy, (Circuit Court Seal
-. and family at Ind1altown.CLASSiL1LD class of 55 in Stuart, and Served I i By' Thaddle P. Plant. st 1
on the board. I tric Co., and Gulf Power Co.," Pen- 13 years with the U. S. Paratroopers f t Deputy Clerk :

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i ADS .\ residents of Florida who have passed ADS AMarch: wedding is being plan- : Attorney for plaintiff -

PAY BIO DIVIDENDS their,17th birthday. PAY BIG DIVIDENDS ned. P.Pahokee.O. BOX Floridat 705

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,y-- Named To Agricultural' Advisory Council RaulersonCherrycontinued I Two Wrists.Broken I P..B. Junior College .

q yr.> +44o .f o In Basket Ball Play Offers Psychology
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;}) ? air vl J rW'f: lug methods of farming is not new I -
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to the Raulersons. Nellie Mae Yeomans, daughter of Palm Beach :Junior College Even-
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p. rbf a:$y ry r rM''ry1.v ,laljs Y, Their duaghter Mrs. Cherry, I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yeomans of ing Division plans to offer a coursein
... she Canal Point, a senior at Pahokee I General Psychology (PY 201)
,.' some years ago when was a
high school student raised a Brahman High School, was painfully injured I during the spring semester, as wellas
unusual accident at the school the scheduled Child
first to *n an previously
steer, 'and was the
'J make a sale when the first Glades Tuesday afternoon, breaking both I Growth and Development and Psy- ,
in Belle her wrists. chology 202 courses.
livestock market opened
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Glade. The accident occured as Miss I The ,class will meet on Monday
I II-! Her father contends that? "by Yeomans was playing basketball.She I evenings beginning January 30. Interested -

'. comparison with Kissimmee where was running backwakxl with i persons may, register at
ranches are considered average arms extended above and behind the college Monday through Fri-
;Az size when they extend over 50,000 her, trying to catch the ball, when day, day or evening. For further information -

acres, and are rated as big when I her hands struck the wall with such telephone JU 2-5301.
they cover 250,000 acres and over, force that bones in both wrists -v-e.

we are just small fry." were fractured. She was taken to Alcohol And Youth
ad 'But in the opinion of the selec- the Everglades Memorial Hospitalfor
f1eti tion committee of the South Florida treatment. Discussed At WSCS

Fair, the Raulersons and the Cher- ..aa -

rys are model agriculturists. HOSTESSES TO' CIRCLEMrs. "Alcohol and Youth" was discussed -
Members of the family will At- : Christine Fraser and Mrs. by members of the Vena
tend the fair on a date to be an- Mozella Brown were hostesses to Mae Schroder Circle, Pahokee

nounced, as guests of South Flor- members of the Gertrude Shirley Methodist WSCS, at the January

ida Fair Officials. There will be Circle,WSCS, at the January meet- meeting at the church, followingthe
free rides for Barney and Bruce, ing at.Mrs. Fraser's home. The pro- presentation of the program

including a merry-go-round with gram topic, "A New Life for the topic by Mrs. Madonna Wright.
mechanical ponies, and if the young New Year," was presented by Mrs. Mrs. Marie Hendrix gave the devotionals -
t. cowboys wear their ranch regalia Melvin Spooner. Mrs. Frances Dua- and Mrs. Edith Casto,

cowboy: ten-gallon hats, hand- son, chairman, presided. chairman, presided.THEATRE.
tooled leather boots and jaunty

khakis they will present colorful

r I sight at the Fair.Pahokee ,"* ...:.. Hot 11 I : : 1 I 1 : 1H+.4-1 : : t ; II III : : I : t ..
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On the left is shown Roy Vandegrift, Jr., of Pahokee who was named Bandmaster Robert 0 Lampi's;,

along with Allen 'Markham, on right, of Okee hobee,. to the State 45-piece Pahokee High School Band Pahokee ... Pahokee-Belle Glade Road'
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was one of the 11 bands that
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marched in the parade at West -2 BIO FEATURES -
Doyle E., Conner, shown in the middle, passing out the appointments..,I
Palm Beach Thursday ,evening' as
Mr. Vandegrift is a former president of the Florida Fruit and Vegetable i I SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY. SUNDAYMONDAYUESDA1
part of the festivities attendant to ,
Association. He is sales manager for Vandegrift-Williams Farms.
I the opening of the South Florida JANUARY -S1
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Fair and Exposition. The parade "THE STORY
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, :Jr., The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Shelley originated at 12th Street and mov-
"The Plunderers" OF RUTH"
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. entertained at their home Sun- ed south on Dixie to Hibiscus.
:Joe Kelly, at Fort Pierce Sunday day evening, following the worship STUART WHITMAN, TOM
and were accompanied home by service at the Canal Point .Metnqdist Mrs.. Doyle Branyan of Mel- JEFF CHANDLER, JOHN TRYON & PEGGY WOOD,

their small daughter: Terri, who Church, with a party for bourne is visiting her parents, Mr. .. SAXON & DOLORES ALSO -
had been the guest of her grandparents members of the Methodist Youth and Mrs. Walter Cross, here. Her I \ HART "FORTY GUNS" 1 1I
.there for several days. Fellowship.. mother is ill at the Everglades Memorial II

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