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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: February 10, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 t: February 10, 1961CIRCULATING PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN
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Glades Group Will PHS Education New Physical TeacherMiss I Safety Signs Sought 1 To Children February Invited PTA, Handful Complain


3 Attend Tampa Fair At School CrossingsThe Hospital Idea Dead
Susan Storey, graduate of :Members of the Pahokee Parent-: .
) the University of Miami, is new director Teacher Association are invited- to
Thirty Future Farmers of America of physical education for safety of Canal Point school bring their children to the Febru- The proposed bill to consolidatethe
and 59 Future Homemakers of I girls at Pahokee High School and children walking to and from I ary meeting Monday night at 8 public hospital boards of the
America of Pahokee High School i'I not the art teacher, replacing Mrs. school from homes north of the o'clock. Following a brief business Pahokee and Belle Glade districts,
will attend the Florida State Fair : Rita Sims and not Mrs. Ann Doae- :, Palm Beach Canal was the concernof I session, with President W. O.Moss and build a new 150-bed hospital
this Weekend, leaving early thisII' I I I hoo, as was erroneously reported ; the Canal Point Parent-Teacher presiding, there will be an open building on SR 715 approximatelyhalf
((1 'Friday morning for Tampa in twochartered in last week's issue of The Ever- i Association at the February meet- house at the, school, with parents way ,between Pahokee and
buses. I glades News. Mrs. Frances Touris, ing held in the school auditorium invited to visit the classrooms and Belle Glade, received such strong
The Pahokee FFA. Chapter is graduate of the University of Memphis Monday night with Mrs. Joe Ch ir- teachers of their children. Re- opposition from Belle Glade physicians

.II': sponsoring a cattle and hog judging is the new art director, replac- ry, Jr., president, presiding. The freshments will be served in the and a handful of land owners
team n the FFA judgng ,con- I ing Mrs. Donehoo, who has moved executive board reported: speed school cafeteria by Mrs. Pope Sears at the legislative clinic in Belle
tests on Friday.The team includes ,with her husband to Griffin, Ga. I limit and other safety signs for the' : and her hostess committee. Glade last week that the board at
Calvin Watson, Tommy Holt, Edward -. -- protection of school children cross- ... Belle Glade this week withdrewits

I.J I Fountain and Bobby Ken- Funeral Services ing US highways 98 and 441 are Pahokee 4-H Club support of the bill and the pro-
nedy. N. R. Norman, chapter advisor inadequate, and Floyd Erickson, posed merger appears to be a deal
e and J., W. Repper are accomp- PTA safety chairman, was requested issue for the present.In .
I] anying the FFA boys to the fair. ForMrs.Hatfield to take steps to have this dangerous Wins High Awards a statement to the press
The FHA girls will be accompanied situation corrected immedi- Thursday' (Feb.- 9) William 5.
f by their leader, Mrs. Doris Lane; I ately. Plumer, chairman of the North
also by Mrs. E. C. Johnson, Mrs. J. Funeral services for Mrs. Nancy The group observed a period of Pahokee 4-H Club members exhibited western Palm Beach County Pub- .

E. Williams and Mrs. Leonard Max- I Ellen Hatfield, 68, of Canal Point silence in memory of the late Mrf. Aberdeen Angus calves and lic Hospital Board, which operates
son. While at the fair the two Nancy Hatfield, former school cafe- the Everglades Memorial Hospitalat
I were held at the Canal Point Methodist steers in the cattle show at the
groups will have their headquarters teria manager, who died unexpect- Pahokee, said, "Our Board has
at the El Rancho,Motel. They will Church Wednesday (Feb. 8) edly Feb. 5. A cash offering was South Florida Fair and Exposition, been advised by the SouthwesternPalm

,1 return to Pahokee Saturday even- at 2 p. m., with the Rev. Robert collected for the founder's Day winning many high awards. I Beach County Public Hos-
ing. Shelley, pastor, and Dr.. H.V.. fund. The monthly attendance '
I Lynn Nicely received a blue rib- pital Board (which operates the
On Sunday the Pahokee FFA Blackburn of West Palm Beach of- award was won by Mrs. Billie Hud
't f I bon and grand champion rosette for Belle Glade Memorial Hospital) of
Chapter will enter as an exhibit I ficiating. I die's fifth grade room. A PTA district his summer yearling heifer and.red their action at a meeting held nn
at the State Fair its registered Mrs. Hatfield died unexpectedly meeting of March 2 was an-
r ribbons for his two feeder steers.K. Monday afternoon, recinding their
junior yearling Hereford bull, which I from a heart attack at her home in nounced by Mrs. Cherry. Donationof
I B. Wagnon was awarded a blue support of the proposed legislationto
won a blue ribbon and grand.champion I Canal Point Sunday evening. A na- a. set of encyclopedias to the I ribbon and grand champion rosette consolidate the two hospital dis
rosette at the ..South Florida tive of West Virginia she had been school Wilson Bordeauxwas
library by
; for his senior bull calf and a blue tricts. In view of this action, our
I Fair and Exposition. Five of the' a resident. of Canal Point for 10 acknowledged with thanks.' ribbon for his junior Dull calf. f Board, of course, will not pursue.
..*-fat steers exhibted by the Paho years and for-several' years servedas I A. R Harrington; program chairman Other' 4-H boys receiving' awardsfor the matter further, since this"was
kee ,FFA bos at the South Florida manager !>f the Canal Point presented a mock TV program their entries were Allen Nicely, a joint proposal."
School lunch room. She was a member o _
iFar and Exposition and two exhibited in observance of Founder's blue ribbon junior yearlings heifer -I
I at the Dade County Youth of the Canal Point Methodist Day. Those taking part were :Mrs. and red ribbon, feeder ,steer;
} Fair were sold at auction at the I Church C. D. Stewart. :Mrs. Cherry, :Mrs. Lynn Fisher, two blue ribbons, junior J Methodist Revival
fairs, bringing a total of $2,074.. *I Survivors include her husband, Huddle, Miss Sharon Johnson, W. bull calf and junior heifer calf;
w. __ : the Rev. Oliver ,Hatfield of Canal ,
Erickson and Principal
E. Johnson Mr.:
I John Nicely, blue ribbon, junior Starts Pahokee
Point; two sons Glen Hatfield cf
W. W. White.
yearling heifer; and Evan Cowart,
March Of Dimes Is I Canal Point and Kyle Hatfield of Refreshments were served by blue ribbon, junior heifer calf.
Pahokee; one daughter, Mrs. Ev- Mrs.V.. E. McCall and Mrs. A. C.
,Pahokee 4-H girls who won The Rev. Larry C. O'Steen, pastor -
Williams of Pahokee four
Successful Here I elyn ; Hitchcock, hostesses, who used awards in the baked goods exhibit of the Wescott Methodist
brothers Hiram Smith, Watt
Founder's
both Valentine and Day
Howard were Elizabeth Gist blue ribbon, Church, Jacksonville, .will conduct
Hall and
Young, Young
motifs in the table decorations.
cookies, and two white ribbons, I I' a revival at the Pahokee First
Young, all of Huntington West --- I'
,1, A total of $482.91 was contributed Va.; three sisters_ Mrs. Lula Perkins rolls and muffins; Marie Gabaldon, I Methodist Church, starting Sunday,
by residents of the Pahokee- I Mrs. Dora Walker and Mrs. Palm Lake Group blue ribbon, cookies; and Gail Mar I i' Feb.. 12, and continuing through

1 I Canal Point area to the March oil' Mamie Blankenship, all of'Huntington Met In Pahokee ., tain, white ribbon, cookies. Mrs. Friday, Feb. 17.
William T. Gist, 4-H Club leader, The of the Rev.
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evangelist son
Dimes Fund in the Mother's Marchon West Va.; four grandchildren ,
I I assisted with 'registrations and T. C. O'Steen, of the Paho
I It and three pastor
Polio sponsored by the Beta greatgrandchildren.Pallbearers i
130 members of the
More than
judging at the fair.
kee and Mrs. O'Steen, will
Sigma Phi Sorority, according to I were Charles Brown, I church;
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i I I Baptist Woman's Missionary Unionof be assisted by the Rev. H. O.
the report given at the meeting of A. R. Harrington, Delmar Hooks,
a the sorority's city council at the I Bill Johnson, Gaulden Harrington Pam Beach County attendedthe Blue Devils WillPlay ."Hank" Galloway, pastor of the
and Ben Mills. PUm-Lake WMU,Associational I Plantation Methodist Church, Fort
I home of Mrs. William Plumer
i day night with President Tue-J-I Burial was at Port Mayaca Cem- meeting held at the Pahokee First ] Two, GamesThe Lauderdale, who will serve as youth

White presiding. Members of all i etery. Williams -"Weatherington I Baptist Church Wednesday, with director. There will be three services
j three of the sorority chapters in 1 Funeral Home, Pahokee, was in Mrs. J. Richard Heller of West Pahokee High Blue Devil daily, at 10 a. m., 6:45 p. :n.
1 Pahokee participated in the housetohouse charge of arrangements. Palm Beach, president presiding.The basketball teams will play two and 7:45 p. m. The 6:45 services
visitations during the program theme for the morn- games away from home, at Clewis- are especially for the youth of.the '
march. SchoolIs ing session was "Faithfulness." ton this Friday night and at Stuart church, with the Rev. Galloway in
Training
It was announced the crowning I Talks on the topic were given by next Tuesday night, then they will charge.At .
of the "Queen of the Ball"" at ttie Well AttendedPahokee Mrs. John Sims, West Palm Beach; wind: up the current season, with the 7:45 services Dr. Lester
"sorority's annual Valentine dancein Mrs. Quimby Serman Boynton four home games; Belle Glade, Feb. Hatton will serve as song leader

the Elks Hall ,Saturday :night Melhodistjrouth who at- Beach; and Miss Josephine Jones, 117; Fort Pierce, Feb. 18; Lake and special music will b6 furnished
will take place at 11 p. m. insteadof tended the Children and Youth Jacksonville. Skits were presented Worth/Feb. 21, and Naples, Feb. by one of the four choirs of vie

at midnight, as has been the cus- Workers Training and Laboratory by officers of the Association and 24. church, under the direction of :Mrs.
tom in the past. School held at the Belle Methodist by members of the Northwood'Baptist During the past week Coach Bill Lester Hatton..
Mrs. C. L. (Lee) Shirley, Jr., was Church this week, Sunday through WMU. Mrs. B. A. Bowers sanga Howard's men won a game and lost -

appointed chairman of the annual! Thursday, were Dottie Lair, Diana solo, "All on the Altars." one. Pahokee defeated St. Ann's Mayor Padgett Names
'I Graham Willola Lee The afternoon session was devoted Crusaders at home Friday night.
Founders Day program, held annually Tyson, Mary
., 55-4f:; with Sanders and 3 To University Group
in ApriL The next meeting Adams, ,Pricilla King, Wayne Hun- to conference and committee Bucky
March 6, will. be at Mrs. Shirley's dley, Bobby Shackford, Johnny reports. Members of the Pahokee John Handley leading the scoring, i
home. Spencer and Larry Wright Teachers WMU were hostesses at the noon with 17 and 16 points respectively.At Mayor Duncan Padgett of Paho
and officers of the Pahokee luncheon in the Fellowship Hall. Riviera Beach Tuesday night kee attended a Luncheon meetingin
WIN SCHOLARSHIPS First Methodist Church, who at- Mrs. Lester Hand was chairman the Green Hornets scored an easy Lake Worth, Wednesday given

Cadet Sergeants Roger Frank tended included the Rev. and Mrs.T. in charge of luncheon arrange 64-35 victory over.- .the Blue Devils. for the Mayors of Palm Beach
and David Pearson, Jr., are win- C. O'Steen, Mr. and Mrs.: H. H. ments. She was assisted by Mrs.C. County.The purpose of the meetingwas
ners of the first N. S. Meyer-Rae- Hendrix, Mrs. Glenn Brower, Mrs. S. Davis, Mrs. Edwin Todd and Rev. Robert ShelleyIs to promote interest in the '
b u r n Foundation Scholarsnip Leon Spooner, Mrs. J. M. Elliott, Mrs. Horace Unwin. building of Of State "University In
New Rotarian
Awards at Florida Military Acade- Mrs John Zimmerman, Mrs. Laurie Boca Raton. I
my, Deland. Cadet Sgt. Frank, Justice, Mrs. Hugo Boe and Mrs. TREES AND SHRUBS PLANTED Each Mayor was asked to appoint
member of the freshman class at John ,Hatton. Members of the Canal Point Rev. Robert Shelley pastor of three civic-minded citizens of
FMS, is the son of Mrs. Fern Garden Club have planted 12 palms the Canal Point Methodist Church, his*town to serve on a committee
Frank, former Pahokee residentnow CIRCLE MEETINGMrs. tre-s. two, litchi trees and several was inducted into membership of' with the Mayor as Honorary chairman
living at; 1802 Antigua Rd. Frank O'Connell win be hibiscus and croton shrubs in the the Pahokee Rotary Club at yester- to help create interest in getting
West Palm Beach.. hostess to members of" the Ion? new roadside park which they are day's regular weekly meeting. His the Legislation necessary to
Patterson Circle. Canal Point Bap- developing east of-Canal Point. The classification in the club. is "Re build a University in Boca Raton.

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Darden had tist WMS, at a meeting at her next work day for park development ligious Education." The induction Appointed to sreve on that com-

as guests Sunday their cousins, Mr. home Monday at 3 p. m. Mrs. has been,set,for Feb.'23: ac- ceremony was under the direction mittee from Pahokee were Dr.R. C.
and Mrs. Otis Webb and family of! Charles D. Stewart will present the Cording Mrs. M. C. Carter club of Paul Rardin a past president of Lane Ralph Grimes and .Jam"es'JL

Orlando.. : pro rum. ppreddent. '- the club. : Wilkinson, Jr.
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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday February 10. 1961
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14,892 Persons Given according to law; to make these re- ':: range for 12 semifinalists with the

ports to the court. I j balance of electric appliances mak- ,
/ State Welfare Aid Palm Beach County is also represented -
ing up an all-electric kitchen going -
on the District 10 Welfare
II'j I to the first grand prize winner.
Thomas E,Penick, Chairman of Board by the Rev. Paul M. Cassen I
Any Florida resident, 17 years :)f
Mrs. Helen R. Tedder Mrs. Helen j
District 10 Welfare Board of the
age or over may enter the contest.
I I D. Woodward West Palm Beach
State Department of Public Welfare I I I An electric washer and dryer will
and Mrs. Doris Sasser Pahokee.
'-, reported that in Palm Beach I go to the second grand prize win--
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nero and a portable dishwasher to
I 4,892 assisted -
County persona were
Electrical Show At II the third grand prize winner. Other
: in the four categories of public valuable prizes will be availableto

J:4 assistance for the month of January I Tampa Fair Is Great winners including completesets
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I ---, of Tupperware and a weekend

: A total of 1,746 persons receivedOld } TAMPA-A visit to the Electri-I at Miami Beach's fabulous Deau- .

1- I Age Assistance in the amountof I cal Exposition at the Florida State!ville Hotel. '
The Rardin Buifding In Canal Point FloridaTHE i : '
8841000. 85 persons received ( Fair February 7-18 will give Florida I'I'I r
Aid to the Blind totaling 513700. I housewives a chance to enter ATTEND WEDDING
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF
753 families, representing 2,271 i,.I the state's biggest event the All- ]I Wednesday of last week Mrs.

children, received Aid to Dependent Florida Orange Dessert 'Contest, W. E. McCall attended the wed-

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Children in the amount of 4530. with more than $7,000 in prizes. ding of her niece :Miss Elaine Tom-
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202 persons received Aid to the Disabled .-. Entry. blanks will be available pkins of Moore Haven and Tommy -
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without l in the amount of .$11,386.00.In at the Electrical Exposition an- I Michaels of Ocala, held in the

Interruption Every Week'' for More Than 30 Years II addition 464 children received nual feature of the state fair where Presbyterian Chapel at Gainesville.

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday, service during the month 206 of the newest development in electri-I['The couple are making their homein

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance, I whom were in foster homes. The cal science, appliances and equipment j Gainesville where she is work-

I l total state and local cost for these will be on display.The j ing for a bachelor's degree at the

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office, child welfare services was $12- contest is sponsored by the |[University of Florida and he is

I In Canal Point, Florida as Second Class Matter II 341.45. Florida Citrus Commission in cooperation j[teaching in high school. During hla
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There were 6 adoption petitions with Tampa Electric '[ spare time Mr. Michels is working -
Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher
studied for the Circuit Court. Theseare Company Florida Power Corp., on a master's degree at the
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ing the evening of Jan 27. She also I children placed in homes independent Florida Power & Light Co.. Gulf university.
Canal Point 4-H Is was one of the hostesses at the of service through a Power Co., 'and a large appliance -
licensed child placing agency and I I manufacturer. CLASSIFIED ADS
poultry exhibit and,,as a junior I
Active At The Fair club leader assisted with the regi- the Welfare Board is responsible j i Prizes include a deluxe electric PAY BIG DIVIDENDS

stration of exhibits and judginj.
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Canal Point admit 4-H club leaders I ,
who also assisted with the \tIy-rn'tTI"ttTI"tlmtlf'l1tit' \ !f'l1tmt'mtlmtlmt! i "\tiit1:; n fmt; ,i "\t! ''\tl fl i "\t1 lrIT'rTImtrrnmtr: : : "r-f\1'i"f"Ij!' !
The Canal Point 4-H Club tookan regI-,1 j
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active part in the South Flor- strations and judging were I

ida Fair and Exposition. On Feb. j R. Harrington Mrs. W. E. :McCall I

4 the club was host at the 4-H I t and Mrs. Bruce Bitting. I

booth at the fair for four hours..On Canal Point 4-H Club members I

duty. at this'time were Ricky Parker receiving awards in the cattle show

Nancy Harrington Sharon were Teddy McCall Ayrshire dairy .

Johnson Gail Reeves. Lotus Gray calf blue ribbon and grand cham- I Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade I .

Peggy Bitting Bill Irla and Jan- pion rosette; Mike McCall, Ayrshire I

ette Harrington.As dairy calf red ribbon and feeder I SALES and SERVICE ;
president of the 4-H Girls steer, white ribbon; Walter Webb rlll

County Council Janette Harrington Holstein dairy calf blue ribbon; j

participated in the ribbon-cut- and Reserve champion rosette- ; ; Heating Air Conditioning: Appliances 1,

ting ceremony at the official openIN Grayson Braddock, feeder steer,
white ribbon.In v VJ v i'Y.' i "" ,Y."u "-Uy .v v=

the poultry show awards were .
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE '
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF received by Dickie Strayer Rhode ,
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR. PALM BEACH Island Red hens five blue and five ,
COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY NO. 61-C-131C ITet ribbons; Nancy Harrington, 1 S

PEARL BARNES. : also RIR hens four blue and jix
vs.Plaintiff : red ribbons; Janette Harrington 1 :

.HERMAN BARNES. { I I also RIR hens three blue and seven .

t Defendant_ NOTICE,OF SUIT: red ribbons; Eldridge Kinsaul. Plymouth I ,,-.. /
TO: HERMAN BARNESBox Rock and White Leghorn '
282 T E\ stop feeling dog-tfred.back-achyT "
chickens two red ribbons. .. :: ,, ', '
Marked Tree.' Arkansas .
You are hereby notified that Pearl Award winners in the homemakers ': :. ; all "washed ,out" on washdays .'fC' t
Barnes has filed a Bill of Complaint for demonstrations were Peggy } )jc .
divorce against you. and you are required -! "
to serve a of answer to the
copy your Bitting and Nancy Harrington,toss
complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. t ,
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ThabM Whidden. P. O. Box 705. Pahokee. salad blue ribbon; Joan Parker. ; '
Florida and file the original answer in and Lodus Gray, demonstration of E :
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit I ; ,
Court of Palm Beach County Florida, four of the seven basic foods, red enjoy .
on or before the 27th day of February. ribbon; Winners in the baked goods ._ .
1961 If faU ,.. .. "
; you so to do. Judgment by } (
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division were Janette Harrington ." ;
default will be taken against you for -
the relief demanded In the complaint. yeast rolls, blue ribbon; Lodus ; ::t!'.: ;:.: I
Dated January 26. 1961. p ." i ''.,. ..
biscuits blue and -
Gray ribbon coconut -
.1;ALEX ARNETTE '.. '

(Circuit Court. Clerk Seal) of Circuit Court cookies.white ribbon; Nancy t was. .. .f ,. : ::1: ';!'
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-By Thaddie P. Plant. Harrington orange coffee cake !J ay -- ; ; f"
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Publish: Jan.27, Feb. 3, 10, 17, 1961. ,
Thadd Whldden cake red ribbon.In I ) !'
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Pahokee. O. BOX; Florida 705 of the Canal Point 4.-H Girls I ". freedom. .,..".... 1

Club received awards for their 4-H :,> '
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Peggy ribbon,Bitting and Brenda each a Ingram red ribbon.and :f [make flamejess! electricity work for you!I' 1

Nancy Harrington received a blue .;,-,'; An ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYER will give you more time tor' 1\\

ribbon for her entomological dis j _. yourself and your family. No longer will you be too exhausted k

play. ., :' to "step out." Because you'll be spared the trudging to-and-from ;
Two Canal Point school children t : ;' the clothesline. and lifting and lugging heavy loads. An Elec. }

I not old enough for membership in -:.-''4" tric Dryer is even surer.than Florida sunshine. It's at your con- :

;i 4-H Clubs had entries in the cattle \,,: '" \ venience day or night, in any weather. Your clothes and" '

show that took first places. Eignt- .J :. : ; ", \' linens will last longer and look newer, too, with never any sunfading ?'," \

year-old Oren Bitting son of Mr. ]{,: ''- or wind-damage. i
and Mrs. Bruce Bitting. received a .
blue ribbon and, grand champion I V. ". You tan save in many ways with an Electric Dryer. Better yet, I
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rosette for his Dutch-belted'dairy j. when you go ALL-ELECTRIC in your home laundry-with an !
: automatic dryer washer sit-down ironer and flameless fume- "
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calf and seven-year-old Kandi Mi-: .. ; a ,
Call, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. : .., 4,5.. less water heater-then you really live better electrically. \ I

E. McCall a-blue ribbon for rier < t i Let your electrical appliance dealer show you what's new in : r'v 1 1 '

Holstein dairy calf. modern, flameless,.home laundry appliances. You'll be amazed! '.t _..''- 1 1
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ADM T5 4rfRE MARKING granddaughter Ellen Jo Denton J JI

on her 13th birthday anniver
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vQulNIElAS EVERY RACE sary. The hostess was assisted by I I

her niece Miss Becky Grimes with I! ,< I .
the serving of refreshments to 30 i 1
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1 guests. Adults attending included' :
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Ellen Jo's parents Mr. and Mrs. .,f;'" \

Vance Denton, of Pahokee and her ter..:,.....
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mil- .F )r .

ton Carpenter of Belle Glade. .-' .
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Helen Schroder and Mrs. Nola )
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Smith were recent guests of Mrs. tl'; -tr ;
Marty Carstens in West Palm ttY' I

BELVEDERE Beach. Mrs. Carstens,.a former'Pa- FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANV _.nt., : i
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II : ] I PERSONAL l NEWS NOTES N E S I M P, -----I Boating On IntracoastalBoating enthusiasts Gaining using: the.




-. ; northeast portion of Florida's in-

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten enter- : Anderson R. Chastain returned tracoastal waterway stepped up

tained with a coffee- the first of I to Good Samaritan Hospital, West passings at the Palm Valley bridgeby

, the week, honoring Mrs. Wrotenft' Palm Beach, this week for treat- 44 per cent during the past ten

f brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and ment of a heart ailment. years, the Florida State Chamberof

Mrs. Wayne Elliott, newlyweds, Commerce reported yesterday.
Miss Jane McClure of Fort Laud-
who were returning from their "Pleasure boats checked at the

honeymoon, enroute to their hoine erdale visited her parents, Mr. and bridge averaged 86 a day comingto
J Mrs. Oscar McClure; at Pahokee
Boynton Beach. I 3,133 for the year. Most pleasure
1 .' Monday.Mr. i craft bound for southern Fla. use

Mrs. Ralph Crews entertained at this protected waterway duringfall
and Mrs. Lester Hand enter-
the home of Mrs. Arch Blakey with and winter months. Last year"3
tained members of the CarterTyson -
a party for her son, Mark on fcis southbound passings at the bridge
their horns
wedding party at
fifth birthday anniversary. Mark's came to 1,674 which included local
Thursday night following the teI ,:;tif
classmates were : traffic well On
kindergarten #':, as as out-of-state.
hearsal for the at the Pa- '
wedding >"
guests. I I I : : < I the return trip in the spring, larger
hokee First Methodist Church. Re- '
boats often take the outside route
Miss Linda Wilson was honored freshments of cake and coffee were 3
LXR' resulting in a lowered number of
her 15th birthday anniversary served.
on northbound passings. A clue to the
at a surprise party given by Miss
I number of these larger
pleasure
Fred Blakey returned to his
at Miss Maxwell'shome.
Tina Maxwell
I studies at Palm Beach Junior Col- boats which visit Florida shows up
I in the difference between north and
lege the first of the-week after

Jerry Pugh celebrated his sixth spending several days with friendsat I south bound traffic. The past ten

,.. f : .years have averaged a difference of
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birthday anniversary at a party Wauchula and with his parents, "

given by his mother, Mrs. B. Pugh, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Blakey, at Pa- "'I" 233 passings _and 1960 stood just

at the home of Mrs. Arch Blakey. l I hokee. WHITE SPRINGS, (FNS) With selection of the 1961 "Jeanie under this figure.

I Classmates of Jerry at the ,Blakey With the Light Brown Hair"scheduled Feb. 11 at the Stephen "Use of the waterway by com-
Among those from this area who mercial boats, as checked by Army
kindergarten were guests.Mr. Foster Memorial here, the two previous winners of the coveted
enjoyed the show at the Palm Engineers, fluctuates highly from
title are very much in the news these days. Veronica McCormick,
and Mrs. R.J. Schroder spent Beach this week to and
Playhouse were year year. Barges, pontoon
left, Miami. 1959 winner of the statewide vocal auditions is I
Friday in Miami where Mrs. Schro Mrs. L. W. Armstrong, Mrs. O. R. motor'boats registered 47 per cent I
in the of 13 Broadway musical starring
cast Daughters, new
der had a ,check-up on recent eye Bleech Mrs. M. C. Carter, Mrs. I more passings last year than in'
Don Ameche, Joyce Marie Garland, right 1960 winner has 1950 while vessels
surgery. Don Hillier, Mrs. H. M. McIntosh fishing dropped
f announced her and plans for marriage to an air ,, I
Mrs C. L. Shirley, Sr.,.Mrs. M. P. S engagement one-third.
r.i Janette and Nancy Harrington, Stanley and Miss Mattie Bain. force lieutenant, in April. Meanwhile, she will be on hand at I "All told, private vessels of all

., daughters of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. the Foster Memorial Feb. 11 to crown her successor. The 10th types. plus a few governmentboats

Harrington, participated in practice Mr., and Mrs. J. S. Atkins had as annual auditions ,and "Jeanie" ball will be sponsored by the made 4,779 passings at the

judging at the recent Dade guests over the weekend their son- I Stephen Foster Memorial Commission and the Florida Feder' bridge last year. This figure is one

County Youth Fair in Miami. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs..I ation of Music Clubs.Mr. I per cent over, 1959 and LO per cent
G. T. Shelby of West Palm Beach. greater than in 1950."
Milton H. Haggins received word ,'" ,

the first of the week of the deathof i Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mock and ,

his brother Cise Kaggins nt children. West Palm_ Beach spent Tampa Fair Gets We'll Spend Money I

Waycross, Ga. Funeral services 1 Sunday in Pahokee visiting her Four New Directors Where It's ProfitableTALLAHASSEE

were held at Waycross Wednesday parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Byrd, ,

afternoon.Mrs. and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
/ TAMPA-Four prominent Flo- Chairman -
Mock.
I M. D. Geiger was admittedto ridians were 'unanimously elected Director Wendell Jarrard of he

I St. Mary's Hospital in West :Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blackwell and and Mrs. Ed Milton of new directors of the Florida State Florida Development Commission

Palm Beach Wednesday for a ph/J- children attended the wedding of Gainesville Fla., announce the arrival Fair at the annual pre-fair meetingof I has made a switch in the tourist

ical check-up and observation.Mr. her niece, Miss Gwendolyn Lowell, of a daughter on January 30. the non-profitcorporation which I 1 I advertising policy of the commis- t

and Richard Tiner at Dundee ri- Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jernigan if directs the big exposition, showingtlis j! sion. He has abandoned nationwide
and Mrs. W. E. Blackwelland for 11 days, February'
year
Mrs.. day. They were accompanied by Clewlston are the maternal grand- I[ advertising concentrate. Florida
children, accompanied by Mrs. Blackwell's mother, Mrs. T. : parents. 718.The || promotion in the eastern half of

{ Ida Blanchard,attended the Metho- W. Ennis, and Mr. Ennis. ... ..- new directors,are state Sen- the United States.

dist camp meeting at Avon ,Park ** ator Wilson Carraway of Tallahassee | Jarrard said only three per cent

... Monday night. Mrs. M. W. Cary of Lawton, Shirley Ann Hignite ; William H. Dial of Orlando, i I of Florida's visitors come from the

Okla", is spending three weeks witH, former state road board member; ::
1 j western half of the country. He
Wally Mole student at Florida Weds R. F.
J i Christian College, Tampa, visited I her parents, Mr. and_Mrs. L. Minter DarneyMiss Joe K. Hays of Winter Haven; and ;I said he believed it was better to
; Collins, in Pahokee while *:er former State Senator William
concentrate the tourist
P'' Mr. and Mrs. Graham advertisingin
his parents, Shirley Ann Shands A.I I
-- husband is attending the Army's Hignite, daughter of Gainesville.In the east.
Mole in Pahokee the weekend. <
over school for airborne troops at Fort of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hig- keeping with the statewide "This enables the commission to
J I his
He waS accompanied by roommate nite of Pahokee and Richard Frank
Benning, Ga. character of the fair the npw
in
buy more space more publica-
t at FCC.
Darney were married at St. Paul's directors are from outside of Tam- "
I' t Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ball have Cathedral, Bainbridge Naval Base, Twelve directors not in tions, he said.
Mrs. George Ramey entertained pa. residing Most circulated
nationally
mag-
I I returned to Girard, Ill., after a two- Maryland Jan. 20 with G. on' the
at her home Thursday afternoon on Bey Tampa are now serving
azines sell advertising on a regional -
week visit here with his cousins, Grunder, USNR Methodist board.
chap-
with a tupperware party for women basis, permitting the advertiserto
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Simonson.
lain, officiating. Dial, vice president of the First
of the neighborhood. place ads in' editions which are
and Mr. Darney is the son of Mrs. National Bank of Orlando, is also I I
Mr. Mrs. William McClen- circulated in specific areas,.
Myra Suzanne Moore, infant Roes Darney of 'Pennsylvania and a former member of the State
ithan have as guesttheir daughter- ----o-: ----
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy I the late Andrew Thomas Darney. Board of Control.
in-law, Mrs. Robert, Howell and I
:Moore, was baptised at the Paho daughter, Barbara, of California.Mrs. Maid of honor was Miss Sharon Carraway, a_ former Tampa resi- Gas Stations Not So

kee First Methodist Church Sun- Bishop, a Navy WAVE, who wore a dent and a former member of the
Lucrative In StateRetail
day. Standing with the parents at Mattie Bain returned the cocktaillength'gown of white chif- Gasparilla Krewe, is now servinghis

the baptismal ceremony were the first of the week to Coats, N. C., fon with black embroidered flow third term as chairman of the

at baby's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. after a three-week visit with her ers and carried a bouquet of pink state senate's appropriation com- gasoline service stationsin

J. F. Moore Miss Ann Moore carnations in mittee. He is of the Tallahassee Florida, suffering from excess-
Sylvia cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rardin, the shape of a cross. president

and. Miss Myra Cruthirds. at Canal,Point. Bridesmaids were the Misses: State Bank and is a ive competition, experience a 37

j Lynne Henzle, Jacquelyn Glen and Cola distributor in Coc3-1 per cent dealer turnover a year,

i Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson Mrs. M. H. Maxson of Watson, Willie Sibert, all Navy WAVES, 'Hays, citrus grower and according to an article, "Service

L were accompanied home from Orlando Ark., is visiting her brother-in-law who wore-their dress blue "A" uniforms is also a member of the board of I I Station Glut," appearing in the

\ Thursday by their son, Robert and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. and carried white Bibles ler- directors of Tampa Electric Co., February issue of Florida Trend

student at Forest Lake Academy Maxson.. in Canal Point and her tered in gold. and a former member of the State magazine. "There are many other

who is spending the weekend son-in-law and daughter Mr. and The bride given in marriage by Racing Commission. dealers who would,like to get out

here with his parents. Mrs. Nola Roberts and family in Alfred Lawson RM2, wore a white Shands served in the state sen- of the business if they could find

1 IBo South Bay. floor-length gown of silk satin with ate from 1941 until his retirement someone to buy their inventoriesand
Johannesson who
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take the
their leases
# lace bodice. From a satin bow inthe' 'in 1957 and served as president of over ,
enlisted in the U. S. Army, is now Mrs. Kenneth F. Johnson and business states. t
back lace-satin panels extended to the body in his final session as a publication i
with the division stationed
children of Huntsville
infantry Ala., were member. Root of the problem Is the fact
form
a chapel train. She'carriedabouquet !
at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga., recent guests of her mother, Mrs: there are too many service stations,
of white carnations in --- ---
according to word received here by C. B. Jones, and brother, Alton the dealers say. They claim the numberof

:his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jones, at Canal Point and visited handkerchief shape of a cross and a white lace I SODBUSTER' CIRCLEThe retail outlets, already 12,000 in
which had been
Erickson. other relatives in Pahokee and car- Sodbuster Garden Circle, at the state, is increasing at a higher
.. ried
by previous brides in the Dar-
I Clewiston while her husband, Capt. a meeting at the home of the president rate than demand for the product.
# Mrs. Dave Lovell is a patient at ney family, including the groom'smother.
Johnson, who is stationed with the Mrs. Edgar Wilder, made Blaming major oil companiesfor
{ St. Mary's Hospital, West Palm .
Missile Department of the Redstona plans for a workday at Pioneer this condition, one dealer said:
Beach recuperating from starS Mrs. Darney joined the
eye Arsenal at Huntsville, was on duty WAVES Navy Park on Feb. 13, when memberswill "The oil companies encourage star- '

gery. I at Cape Canaveral for several days. hokee High after School graduating in 1959.from The Pa- prepare cuttings of the orna- vation conditions by putting up

Lewis Collins of St. Petersburg mental shrub, podocarpus, for too many of their own franchised
Samilla Love- Jameson Heinz- couple are making their home in
visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Liberty Grove Md. rooting. Mrs. Ruth Meredith, sup- stations and by selling gasoline to
mann of Silver Springs, ,
was a
-L. M. Collins here over the weelc- ervisor of city parks, was presentat private brand, cut-rate outlets at
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kaneat -
end. the meeting to conduct a roundtable less than they charge their own
the Lucky Star Dude Ranch in SENIOR GIRL SCOUTS discussion of South Florida dealers."

Mrs. H. J. Anderson and her Sandcut, Canal Point Fla. Mrs. Members of Senior Girl Scout gardening problems. -4 _

)house guests Dr. and Mrs. Frank Heinzmann is a D A. R. and is H Troop 38, at a meeting with their - ,, FATHER-SON BANQUETCanal

sculptress and artist having studied -, leader, Mrs. E. C. Johnson
Hale stave ,returned from Miami at the SORORITY MEETING ,I Point Lions had as guests

where they visited Mr. and Mrs. M. art in Europe'_ Johnson Clinic made bandages for President Joan Tucker presided I I their sons at the club's annual

R. Marks, and Mrs. Anderson's -4 cancer patients and enjoyed group' at the meeting of the XI Alpha Mia I father-son banquet held in the
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and WORKS AT HOSPITALMrs. singing. Plans were discussed for I
I Chapter.
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, i Community Building this week.
.. OMrs. Austin Staples, and other rel Georgia Frick who was Troop 38 Scouts to assist at the at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Lair, Larmar Williams, Pahokee High
formerly employed at the Sears Indiantown rodeo. A :I
for
atives. party intermediate -
I with Mrs. Florence Keen co-host- School senior entertained the
Roebuck mail order house in Belle Troop 164 to .acquaint"i
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The sorority's Valentine Ball group by doing intricate roping
Mrs. Lula Barfield has returned Glade, has_ joined the office staff intermediate Scouts with senior
and service projects for the coming tricks with his lariat. J. G. Weeks
from West Palm Beach where sne at the Everglades Memorial Hospital Scout activities was also discussed,
I year were discussed. Mrs. Sarah was in charge of program arrange I
spent a week visiting her brother i
replacing Mrs. Marie Funder- according to Elaine Salvatore. I Thomas presented a program on ments. ,
Charles Barfield and brothernlaw burk who resigned after workingfor troop reporter. "Australiawith members j)8r- I

.. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. four years in the hospital office. ... '
ticipating. Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Jardine have
,/. Roberts. Her niece Mrs. E. H. Mrs. Frick is serving as librarianof Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lund of Red J. eturned to their home
at Jefferson
"Whitehousc motored to Pahokee the medical records of hospital Field Iowa visited with Mr. and Mr.and Mrs.Jack Wilson visited I' Iowa after -
spending several
Saturday to bring her home. .
patients Mrs.
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A three-month study course, en- The new sorority sweetheart of

7V7.f I Il I titled "Here and There With the the year of Beta Sigma Phi will b.2

I Bible," will be offered to. childrenof I crowned queen of the sorority's annual -

the Pahokee First Methodist I Valentine Ball in the Elks

l I Church, starting this month, according -I Club at 11 o'clock Saturday night,

f to announcement made i>y i instead of at midnight, according

Mrs. J. L. Tyson, Jr., at the February -i Ito Mis. Grace Maxson of Canal

ft I meeting of the Woman's society 1!i Point, chairman of the committee
1
of Christian Service at die: in charge. With the crowning .>f

E t Canal Point The Church Of God Christian Science church, with Mrs. Ernest Maxwell, !' the queen at 11 o'clock everyone

I president presiding. Classes for the i attending the ball will haVe an Opportunity -
Baptist Church Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal Group Of Canal Point
primary group will be held every to see this beautiful ceremony

I n-stewart: Friday afternoon at 2:45, startingFeb. I including those who wish to
Rev. Charles Pastor Beauty is a theme of the Lesson-
Point Road 17, and for the Junior group I return home around midnight, Mr3.
SUNDAY
. : Sermon entitled "Soul" to be pre-
' John H. Kinard, pastor'I Sunday evening at 6:45, I Maxson said.GARDEN .
E 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School I sented at Christian Science serv- every .
I. 11:00 a. m.-Moming Worship 10:00 a. .-Sunday: School I ices Sunday., starting Feb. 19. :Mrs. Richard Na- I
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service son, secretary of children's work CLUB PROGRAM
G 6:30, p. m.Training'Union. The divine source of beauty will
7:30 .-Evening Worship 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service will be in charge. She will be assisted -!! Mrs. C. B.:Jones and Mrs. James
; p. be emphasized in the Bible read-
WEDNESDAY: 8:00 p.-m. Tuesday-V. L. B. I by Mrs. Laura Justice and Mrs. I Miller will present a program on
.R ings,, including these verses from
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. Psalms: "Give unto tile Lord the Dick Parrish, primary teachers; ; "African Violets" at the February
-"-"- "" 1 Everyone welcome. Special music I and Mrs. J. L. Tyson,'Jr., and Mrs. I meeting of the Canal Point garden:
glory due unto his name; worship
and sinsrinsr. f I R. F. Hurt, teachers for the junior Club at the Community Buildingin
The Pahokee Church ... 'the Lord in the beauty of holiness" the Glades Park Thursday at 3
(29:2)) .. "And let the beauty tlf group. I
Of The Nazarene The Methodist'Church the Lord our God be upon us" I It was also announced a series p. m. Mrs. Betty Shelley and Mrs.
of lectures on "Basic Christian Buna Rodgers will be hostesses.
(90:17): ...
71 Bacom Point Road Canal, Point Florida From "Science and Health with J Belief" will be given by the Rev. T. --- --

I Charles F. Crauswell, Pastor C. Osteen at the church on Sunday Roy Scroggins of Nashville.
Key to the Scriptures" by Mary
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882. Robert A. Shelley, Pastor Baker Eddy this selection will be evenings at 7:45, starting Feb. 19, Tenn., is visiting his brother and
SUNDAY SERVICES: SUNDAY: discussions of the talks by mem- sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
School read (215:23)( : ): "Man, governed oy '
10:00 Church
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. a. m. bers of the congregation to follow Scroggins, and other relatives at
I immortal Mind is beautifuland
always
11:00
a. m. Morning Worship
Canal Point.
11:00 a.,m.-Sunday Worship. Wednesday evening prayer
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship grand. Each succeeding year I
6:30: p. m.-Juniors. meetings.
7:30 p. m.-Evening.Worship unfolds wisdom, beauty, and holi- ,
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7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening Plans were discussed for a mem-
Evangelistic Service. MONDAY: ness. bership tea'in the spring the time .
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3:15 ,m.-Youth Choir practice -- I
WEDNESDAY: p. and place to be announced. Mem- Classified Ads
7:30 p. "m.-Midweek Prayer rUESDAY: Mission Fund Is bers were urged to, attend the :

meeting. 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st World' Day of Prayer services !in
WSCSThe
"Where you are a stranger but Tuesday2nd Raised By the school auditorium at 8:30: a. m. FOR SALE: New and used Willys

once". MONDAY: : and 2 p. m., Feb. 17. JEeps.! Waiter Ashley's Garage'I
7:30 Esther Class meeting Canal Point Methodist Wom
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p. Mrs. John Hatton presented the I in Belle Glade, Phone 3058.
First Methodist WEDNESDAY: an's Society of Christian Service program, "What is the Word?", for Oct. 1754ch.
7:30 Meeting to increase its mission fund
Prayer
p. ,m.- voted the Mary Martha Circle and Mrs.
Church Pahokee from $130 to $150at the Februal'lmeeting SUBSCRIPTIONS: are due if your
Robert C. Hatton. gave the devo- '
.. "- I held at the church wIth name label shows you to be m
St. Mary's Catholic tionals. The traveling attendancepin :
Rev. T. C.O'Steen Mrs. W. E, Blackwell, president, for the month was awarded to arrear on payment. Send along

SUNDAY: Church presiding. Plans were made for a the Mary Martha Circle. I that $2OO payment now and we

9:45 a. m.-Church School benefit rummage sale on Satur- i -- I will continue to send you this great

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship '.Father Francis Fennech, Pastor day, Mrs. James Miller to be in palladium of the family fireside.

6:45 p. m.-MYF Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. charge. I Express Yourself The Everglades News, Canal Point,

7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship Confessions before Mass. ,Members were urged to attend Fla.

TUESDAY: the World Day of Prayer services I Is Chapter Program SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you
7:00 m.-Vesper Choir prac- at the Pahokee school auditorium
p. have in touch with this
ticeWEDNESDAY First Baptist Feb. 17. It was announced a WSCS I 1.IrsJ'Jimmy Moore, president of I one get
newspaper and insert a $1 classi-
: Church district meeting will be held !in the Beta Omicron Chapter, 'Beta
Pahokee
ified ad. It will get results. All ads
7:-!i: p. m.-2 ld-week devotions i Belle Glade, March 7, and "worid "I j Sigma Phi Sorority, at the chapter payable in advance. The EvergladesNews

.8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir. prac- SUNDAY SERVICES: ', banks" are due,to be turned in next I meeting at the home of Mrs. C.JL. Canal Point, Fla.

tics.Canal 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School April. .. Shirley, Jr., named Mrs. J. V.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Mrs. W. K. Buchanan presenteda : Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Don Zac- APARTMENTS are needed by

Point First 0:45 p. m.-Training Union program relating to "The Lord's t cagnino and Mrs. R. C. Lane on a many folks coming into this area

8:00'p.. m.-Evening Worship Prayer." Mrs. Pope Sears sang a committee to nominate new officers to earn a living. Do you have one

Baptist Church WEDNESDAY: I I solo. Mrs: Earl Maxson was hostess I for the coming year. for rent? Tell them and the world

8:00 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. during the serving of refreshments.It Mrs. Karl Mindlin presented the through a $1 classified ad in thesecolumns.

Elder R. E.Barfield --- was announced Airs. Donald program, "Express Yourself," in Send along a descriptionof

SUNDAY: Kepp will be hostess at the ,March "which each member gave a brief I the apartment and a $1 bill and

10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Church Of God, meeting with Mrs. Walter Kautzto talk on her favorite program presented -t we'll do the rest. The EvergladesNews

\ 11:00 a. m.-:Morning Worship Barfield Highway give the program. at chapter meetings this Canal Point, Fla.
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. I year. It was announced Mrs. Will-
FURNISHED APARTMENT for
8:00 p. .-Evening Worship iam R. Hatton will be hostess at
9:45 A. M.-Sunday School located. Mrs. ..
Calling Shower In rent. Conveniently
WEDNDESDAY: the next her home.
meeting
7:30 m.-MidweelPrayer 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship I :: W.. P. Pope, Canal Point, Fla. Itch
p. 7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. B. (Parsonage Honor Brenda CarterThe

Service I I ) t BIRTHDAY PPARTY I FOR RENT: Store space approximately

2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship 'home of Mrs. Lloyd Hundleywas Miss Sandy Weeks, daughter of 25 x 70 ft. Next to Spencer's -

7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 P. M.TuesdayPrayerMeet.ing the from Mr. and Mrs. James Weeks of Ca- :Market, Pahokee. Will rentor
I' scene Friday evening,
Meeting.- 7 to 10, of a calling shower*" in com- nal Point, celebrated her 12th sell soda fountain Grill, tables,
i 7:30 P. M. FridayChildren'sChurch pliment to Miss" Brenda Janea birthday anniversary at a partyat chairs & stools, refrigerated candy

Holy Nativity Carter, bride-elect of Morgan Ev- her home. The 26 guests included I: case. Good location for any kind of

Episcopal Church 7:30 P. M. Friday-Y. P. E. ander Tyson, whose marriage to'Mr. Sandy's classmates at' the Canal j( business. Phone Pahokee '2271 or

-:-. Tyson will be an event at the Point School. She was assisted by contact: Jack Chastain, Box 126,

Pahokee Pahokee First Methodist Church Mrs. Elmer Maxson., 1 I Arcadia, Fla. Walnut 91521. M3c
St. Peter's Lutheran
Feb. 10 at 10:30 a. m. I
Hainlin Vicar
M. Wendell .
SUNDAY: Church, Belle Glade Hostesses with Mrs. Hundleywere 1'\1lfMfrA'f-;;;;
10 a. m.-Sunday School ,I Mrs. Lester Hand, Mrs. Manning I n n.rn.rnunnn! "rnrnnrrn! +m;' 11m'f nnrnf!

11 a. m. Worship Service. August Koerber, Pastor Keen, Mrs. Ernest Maxwell,
-----.1__ -- 601 W. Lake,Rd., Belle Glade Mrs. J. W. Ludlam :Mrs. E. A. Jen-

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Duncan spent SUNDAY: sen and Mrs. Sam McKinstry Jr.

the weekend at their home near,\ Divine Services 11 A. M. In keeping with the pink and I Air Tr.avells Fast

Gainesville. School 9:45 A. M. white motiff in the decorations, the

hostesses used.baby fu'gi mums and

pink carnations for the refreshments
'1'\1IIT1 r \'i'l'\t'm'' It'r' \,', "'1\1'r' '\1 '1IffityttIT"mt: \I'I\mIjIT1ImtlmtTIr.il\1! T.'
table, centerpiece which was I '

centered with wedding rings and

angles and lighted with pink tap- r

.:J ers in silver candelabra. Other dec- ,
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orations included white bells, bou-

N UffllUtUWWIHIOWNED "quets of pink sweetheart roses and ;

carnations and an arrangement of a
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pink sweetheart roses in the form ..
I 'of a heart.

Mrs, E. A. Jensen was in charge
; I AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN of the guest book.,Miss Linda Hand :
120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN I '-.
assisted the honoree with the open-
I \ ing and display of gifts. Servingthe I .- J .
'WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS.,OF, -.I' '
I 100 guests at the refreshments
CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES-
: \ I table were Mrs Lester Hand, Mrs.

\VE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION Kenny Sands and Miss Sandra
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S i AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE Swaine, cousin of the honored. Out-

-I I lL.rJUrVlIERE ALL BUYERS' BUY WITH I of-town guests were Mrs. Kennetn I FLY WITH '

k CONFIDENCE I Swaine, Mrs. Ed Landers, Mrs. Bob -

i :Malloy, Mrs-John Dolan Mrs. Bud
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f.f 1 Stowers, M r& Frank Reginald, ZIMMERMAN
SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. i r Mrs. B. L. Powell and Mrs. K. .

(s nd&, .

I_> Glades Livestock Market Ass'n I Mrs,-Robert:Sketley. returned to BELLE GLADE S PAHOKEE ; t tI

her home at.Canal,Point this week Office Hours Other Day or Nite I

l ON PAIIOKEE-BELLE GLADE ROAD I from Saltviife- ,,Va.. where she was Phone WY 6-2085 Phone 3871T ,

l PHONE WY 6-S028 GEORGE YOUNG;MANAGER I called recently by the illness of ner I
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"\\' Be Offered Methodist Crowned At 11 P. M.

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. A three-month. study course, en- The new sorority sweetheart of

I It titled "Here and There With the I the year of Beta Sigma Phi will ba

:; II i. Bible," will be offered to. childrenof crowned queen of the sorority's an-
I
;, II I the Pahokee First Methodist nual Valentine Ball in the Elks

": I II Church, starting this month according | Club at 11 o'clock Saturday night,

,,. to announcement made oy i;i. instead of at midnight, according '

' Mrs. J. L. Tyson, Jr., at the Februj j I to Mrs. Grace Maxson of Canal

1 I ary meeting of the Woman's Society :. Point, chairman of the committeein
I of Christian Service at ..he '' charge. With the crowning ill F

Canal Point The Church Of God Christian Science church, with Mrs. Ernest Maxwell, ,, the queen at 11 o'clock, everyone

president presiding. Classes for the i j I, attending the ball will have an Opportunity -
i Baptist Church Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal Group Of Canal: Point
; primary group will be held every to see this beautiful ceremony -

' Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Beauty is a-theme--of the Lesson- Friday afternoon at 2:45: startingFeb. I I including those who wish to

SUNDAY: Point Road Sermon entitled "Soul" to be presented 17, and for the Junior groupevery i i I return home aroarJ midnight, Mr3.i .
John H. Kinard, pastor Sunday evening at 6:45, i Maxson. said.GARDEN .
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9:45 School I I
U a. m.-Sunday at Christian Science services ...
f 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 10:00 a. .-Sunday, School I Sunday.The ., starting Feb. 19. Mrs. Richard Na-i r
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service i I II '! CLUB PROGRAMMrs.
,.. 6:30 p. .-Training Union. divine source of beauty will son, secretary children's work,
; 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service be emphasized in the Bible readings will be in charge. She will be assisted -!:>t C. B Jones and Mrs. James '
;' WEDNESDAY: 8:00 p.-m. Tuesday-V. L. B. I by Mrs. Laura Justice and Mrs. I Miller will present a program on"African
.; ; ,. including these verses from
8:00 p. m.'Thursday-W. M. B. : Dick Parrish, teachers Violets" at the February
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. Psalms: "Give unto the Lord the primary : ;
II III
Everyone! welcome. Special music and Mrs. J. L. Tyson,.Jr., and Mrs.R. meeting of the Canal Point garden
glory due unto his name; worshipthe
and sineincr. I F. Hurt, teachers for the Club at the Community Buildingin
The Pahokee Church .. Lord in the beauty of holiness"
'junior-I the Glades Park Thursday at 3
(29:2)) .., "And let the beauty Hf group.
::' Of The Nazarene The Methodist"Church the Lord our God be upon us" I It was also announced a p. m. :Mrs. Betty Shelley and Mrs.
of lectures on "Basic Christian'I Buna Rodgers will be hostesses.

71 Bacom Point Road Canal. Point Florida (90:17)From. "Science and Health with i I Belief will be given by the Rev.,,T. ------.-_

I Charles F.: Crauswell, Pastor C. Osteen at the church on Sunday Roy Scroggins of Nashvill,
Key to the Scriptures" by Mary
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882- SUNDAY! Robert A. Shelley, Pastor Baker Eddy this selection will be I evenings at 7:45, starting Feb. 19, Tenn., is visiting his brother and
SUNDAY SERVICES: : discussions of the talks by members sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
School read ((246:23): : "Man, governed oy
10:00 m.-Church
9:45 a. m.-Sunday SchoOL a. I of the congregation to follow Scroggins, and other relatives at
. I immortal Mind, is always beautifuland
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I
: 11:00 a.jn.-Sunday Worship. Each i at Wednesday evening prayer Canal Point.
6:30 p. m.-Juniors. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship grand. succeeding year I I meetings.
7:30 m.EveningWorshipMONDAY unfolds wisdom, beauty, and holiness I
7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening p. I Plans were discussed for a membership --- ---- -
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Evangelistic Service. : tea In the spring the time "
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WEDNESDAY: 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice 1 I and place to be announced. Members Classified Ads

7:30 p. 'm.-Midweek Prayer TUESDAY: Mission Fund Is ., were urged to attend the :

... meeting. 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st WSCSThe World' Day of Prayer services in
Raised By
"Where you are a stranger but Tuesday the school auditorium at 8:30: a. m. FOR SALE: New and used ..Willys

once". 2nd MONDAY: I and 2 p. m., Feb. 17. Jeeps.! Walter Ashley's Garage'
7:30 m.-Esther Class meeting Canal Point Methodist Worn
p. Mrs. John Hatton presented th j I I In Belle Glade, Phone 3058.
First Methodist WEDNESDAY: an's Society of Christian Service program, "What is the Word?", for Oct. 1754ch.,,
7:30 p. .m.-Prayer Meeting voted to increase its mission fund
the Mary Martha Circle and Mrs.
Church Pahokee from _at the SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if
$130 to $150 February your
Robert C. Hatton gave the devo- '
-- I meeting held at the church with name label shows you to be m
St. Mary's Catholic tionals. The traveling attendancepin
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Mrs. W. E, Blackwell, president, for the month was awarded to arrear on payment. Send along

SUNDAY: Church presiding. Plans were made for: a I the, Mary Martha Circle. I that $2.00 payment now and we

9:45: a. m.-Church School benefit rummage sale on Saturday __ Ie I will continue to send you this great

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship -Father Francis Fennech, Pastor Mrs. James Miller to be in palladium of the family fireside.

6:45 p. .-MYF Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. charge.' !! Express YourselfIs The Everglades News, Canal Point,

7:45 p. .-Evening Worship Confessions before Mass. ,:Members were urged to attend Fla.
I TUESDAY: the World Day of Prayer servicesat Chapter Program
SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you
7:00 m.-Vesper Choir prac- the Pahokee school auditorium
p. '
have one, in touch with this
ticeWEDNESDAY First Baptist Feb. 17. It was announced a WSCS :AIrs; Jimmy Moore. president of I get
newspaper and insert a $1 classified !-
: .district meeting wilt'be held in the Beta Omicron Chapter 'Beta
Church PahojteeCUNDAY I
ad. It will get results. All ads
7:15 p. m.-Mid-week devotions Belle Glade, March 7, and "woncl I I I Sigma Phi Sorority, at the chap
payable in advance. The EvergladesNews
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir. prac- SERVICES: ', banks" are due to be turned in next [I tor meeting at the home of Mrs. C. Canal Point, Fla.

tice.Canal .. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School April. !IL.I Shirley, Jr., named Mrs. J. V.
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship Mrs. W. K. Buchanan presenteda
Point First C:45 p. m.-Training Union program, relating to "The Lord's I i I cagnino and Mrs. R. C. Lane on a many folks coming into this area
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Prayer." Mrs. Pope Sears sang a I'1 I committee to nominate new officers to earn a living. Do you have one

Baptist Church.Elder WEDNESDAY: I solo. :Mrs: Earl Maxson was hostess_! for the coming year. for rent? Tell them and the world

8:00 p. .-Prayer Meeting. during the serving of refreshments.It Mrs. Karl Mindlin presented the through a $1 classified ad in these

R.E.Barfield ...... was announced Airs. Donald program, "Express Yourself," in columns. Send along a descriptionof
SUNDAY:' Kepp will be hostess at the March I which each member gave a brief the apartment and a $1 bill and

10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Church Of God, meeting, with :Mrs. Walter Kautz talk on her favorite program pre- we'll do the rest. The EvergladesNews

11:00 a. .-Morning Worship Barfield Highway to give the 'program. sented at chapter meetings this Canal Point, Fla.
'7:00: p. m.-B. T. C. ..... I year. It was announced Mrs. Will-
FURNISHED APARTMENT for
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship iam R. Hatton will be hostess at
9:45 A. M.-Sunday School
rent. located. Mrs. M
WEDNDESDAY: Calling: Shower In I the next meeting at her home. Conveniently
11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship I
7:30 m.MidweeltPrayerService .. W.. P. Pope, Canal Point, Fla. Itch
p. 7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. B. (Par- Honor Brenda CarterThe -
I: BIRTHDAY PPARTY FOR RENT Store -
f ( sonage) I : space approximately
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship home of :Mrs. Lloyd Hundleywas : Miss Sandy Weeks, daughter of 25 x 70 ft. Next to Spen-
7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting the from Mr. and Mrs. James Weeks of Canal cer's Market. Pahokee. Will rentor
I I' scene Friday evening,
Meeting.- 7 to 10, of a calling shower in com Point, celebrated her 12th sell soda fountain Grill, tables,
i 7:30 P.. M. Friday-Children's pliment to Miss Brenda Janea birthday anniversary at a partyat chairs & stools, refrigerated candy

Holy Nativity Church Carter, bride-elect of Morgan Ev- her home. The 26 guests included ,case. Good location for any kind of

Episcopal ChurchPahokee 7:30 P. M. Friday Y. P. E. ander Tyson, whose marriage to Sandy's classmates at the Canal business. Phone Pahokee '2271 or

Mr. Tyson will be an event at the Point School. She was assisted Dy I contact: Jack Chastain, Box 126,

Pahokee First Methodist Church Mrs. Elmer :Maxson. I Arcadia, Fla. Walnut 91521. M3c
St. ,Peter's Lutheran
Feb. 10 at 10:30
Vicar a. m.
M Wendell Hainlin, -' --- --'
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11 a. m.-Worship Service August Koerber, Pastor ning Keen, Mrs. Ernest Maxwell,
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Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Duncan spent SUNDAY: and Mrs. Sam McKinstry. Jr.

the weekend at their home near Divine Services 11 A. M. In keeping with the pink and Air Travel Is Fast
Gainesville. School 9:45 A. M. white motiff in the decorations, ths &

hostesses used_baby fugi mums and I i
pink carnations for the, refresh- ii
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centered with wedding rings and
angles and lighted with pink tap >!

: ers in silver candelabra. Other dec- I Ij
orations Included white bells bouquets -

N ''J ffIt/WIUHNI1IIIiJ/ii/ / of pink sweetheart roses and

I .1 carnations and an arrangement of
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AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN -
I OWNED II the guest book.,Miss Linda Hand : :

120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN assisted the honoree with the open- j / .1

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guests the
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I table were Mrs. Lester Hand ,:Mrs.
: \VE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTI- Kenny Sands and Miss Sandra

1,0CIPATlON, AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE Swaine, cousin of the honored. Out- j:

I 1IAUKET"llEUE ALL BUYERS'BUY WITH I of-town guests were Mrs. Kennetn L FLY WITHZIMMERMAN.._
( CONFIDENCE I Swaine, Mrs. Ed Landers, Mrs. Bob .

t_ / I I Malloy, Mrs. John Dolan, Mrs. Bud I II I

Stowers, Mrs. Frank Reginald, .
SALES EVERY MONDAY AT lip. m. I Mrs. B. L. Powell and Mrs. K.

I Sands.

} Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON I Mrs. Robert Shelley. returned to BELLE GLADE I PAHOKEE I

I, her home at Canal Point this week Office Hours Other Day or Nite

)' PAHOKEE-BELLE GLADE ROAD I from Saltville, Va., where she was Phone WY 6-2086 Phone 3871

I PHONE WY 6-3028 GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGER called recently by the illness of net
father, Howard Boardwine, who is t
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A: With Series E :Bonds,' the. rate turns .$18.75 into You buy E Bonds at, 75% ,of face value and theM
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maturity period child education, buy E Bonds. .
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1 t 5 six months.With both E and l=Bonds the new.rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series E and seriesH ,t <. .

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: : tage to retain your present Bonds. Q:'How do I help strengthen America's peace power ; ; +
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' Page Eight The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday February 10..1961.
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: Dr. J. Frank Joyner spoke on Frame or Block Homes I

: & "The Importance of Palms to Man"at
1- I the February meeting of the
t i Everglades USDA Club in the Com- ON YOUR LOT I

munity Building at the Glades
Park Canal Point. The speaker, -
' Shell or Finished 1'
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:: now serving as research agrono- \
f mist with the Cotton and Cordage
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; Fibers Branch, USDA at the Ever- ; Money

glades Experiment Station, became \
interested in palms in the early Shell Homes we will furnish inside ma-
W' r. 1930's while employed as secretaryand "
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traveling companion to Dr. O. terials if desired or will build completely

. : (By Paul Rardin Real Estate Editor)' F. Cook, founder of the Bureau of finished block Homes.
ioN; Here in this spot every now and then we will make an attempt to Plant Exploration USDA, and
(,: bring our readers up-to-date on real estate happenings in the area specialist on tropical plants. Since
3c- of Palm Beach County west of 20 Mile Bend in,this wonderful area then, Dr. Joyner, through exten-
known far and wide as the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region. If sive research/has expanded his Ace Home Builders Inc.
;. you have a real estate transaction you'd like for the world to know knowledge on palms to the extenthe
: about just get in touch with the recently appointed Real Estate is recognized as'an authority on
i Editor of The Everglades News. ,
-- the subject.Of Call Collect FR 52529
f Grady Boynton of Canal Point Pahokee and will be planted to the species of palms nativeto
has leased his 1285 acre cattle I I cane by U. S. S. Corp. the United States, numbering no Green
more than 18,12 are to be found in Box 383 Bowling Fla.
ranch east of Canal Point on Con- I -:-
: J ners Highway to Chase and Company The lease price is gradually Florida. Contrary to popular
vegetable growers of San- I going up on muck land. Jake thought, the more hardy species of ,.
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ford and this area. The price Williams of Canal Point has leased palms can be grown outdoors along
; was $30 per acre annually. The the 800 acres lake bottom land the Atlantic Coast as far north as

lease is for five years with Chase I'I I west of > Chosen that Curtis North inland Carolina far north and Virginia Arkansas and H4 t tit 1 1 ;-! t t t t J 1 1,M ': : J : J : : : I I lit M J I 1 I I MTHEATRE >
having the right of refusal at j Thompson has been farming. The as as as
I. that time at the prevailing lease acre lease price was $40. It is well as along the Gulf Coast and I
state land.Walter California the speaker said.
price whether it be $30 or more
or less. An option to buy is also Many palms in the 'juvenill"I
contained in the lease. G. Hull and the Hull stage of growth have
-:-. Packing Company of Pahokee recently leaves, and many years pass som 3- PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
times before adult leaves which
Pioneer Growers Inc. of Belle consummated a deal the Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Glade, have purchased the A. J. whereby they purchased'' 704.6 I distinguishes them as palms, are -
Sullivan Ranch at Six Mile Bend acres of muck eight miles east formed. Consequently, many seed- .
east of Belle. Glade. The. tract of Canal Point just north of Conner's ling palms which sprout in yards as -2B10FEATURESSUNDAYlIONDAYTUESDAY -
contains 2500 acres. highway and north of the volunteer plants are destroyed in 3UNDAYMONDAYTUESDAY
-:- West Palm Beach Canal. Seller weeding operations because theyare ,FEBRUARY 12-13-14
Robert Hatton of Pahokee has was C. B. Baker of Charlottesville not recognized. FEBRUARY 12-13-14
purchased 400 acres of muck Va. The purchase price Palms are grown primarily in "TOBY TYLER"
States "IT STARTED IN
the United
land in the Belle Glade area. It is was announced at$93,000.00, by as ornamentals,
located back of Sam Knight's Thurmond W. Knight Riviera but have many economic uses as NAPLES" KEVIN CORCORAN, AND
section which borders on the Air- Beach Realtor, who handled the well. For example, in Florida the HENRY CALVIN ..

port Road running east from deal. Ralph Johnson of Pahokee native cabbage palm, and sabel CLARK GABLE, SOPHIAALSO-
Belle Glade. and Herbert Gibson of' West palmetto, is used for fiber. A fact- S LOREN AND VTTTORIODESCIA /
-:- Palm Beach. ory in Jacksonville has used the t "Chartroose Caboose"I
As reported last week Mr. and -- I cabbage palm for many years for
Mrs. Paul Sasser' and Mrs. Mr. and MrsFred Woodcock the manufacture of brooms, I is;..I..H"H"8"M"I-M.. v I I H.-H-H-H".- I I : : : : I : : : : : ..,J I : : : : I I : 1 I .

Thelma Vandegrift sold a half visited his brother and sister-in-I brushes and novelty articles. Indians .
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section-320 acres-to the U. S. law, Mr. and Mrs. Lane Woodcock still make thatched roofs of I
Sugar Corporation for $208,000.The in West Palm Beach over the wee-- palm leaves. Oils extracted from .
the fruits on seeds are used in the I.11. -
land is located southeast of end. & /
manufacture of soap, edible products I
cosmetics, cans synthetic | :
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rubber and many other products
flzt1.D I used in the home every day. Wax ffA _
from the Cleaves of the carnauoa '
'palm is a basic ingredient of many $ M4.

tO, ST : I I kind of polishes, carbon paper and I _
eu cEspKS I phonograph records. The trunks of
pNp 1ERRa palms are used for pilings and lum-
ber and are processed for the manufacture

of wallboards, ropes ind

upholstry Palms are padding.used, one might say,I t

;} : for almost everything, as food from ..' '
"soup to nuts," and as building ma-
terials from foundation to roof, to-I I
side and outside the house, according ,
i to Dr.Joyner.It is little wonder
\ the j statement has been made that
I I'I "next to the grasses, the palm
j I family is the most important in the It
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Real Estate' Agency; operatedby
ATTRACTIVI
O. D. Carpenter and son, Milton -
1.V f7 :j1 Carpenter, is moving its offices

INEXPENSIVE this week from West Main Street, .
next to Nola's Shop, where it has<
been located for the past 15 years, I 1UAi
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1 PERMANEN1Easy into the Armstrong building at 129 II ...
North Lake Ave. The interior of
MI: the north half of the building has

been remodeled for the Carpenter I ,
.Agency offices and the south half "I I Insure You"
to lay, long lasting and attractive concrete- will be continued to be used us
masonry blocks are the ideal material for building studios for Pahokee radio station
steps, terraces, and patios especially for the "DOIT.YOURSELF' WRIM.WORKS. Yes, your savings account here is Federally insured up to
1000000. If account
your wife has a separate in her own
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fin of today. Concrete blocks are name, it is insured to the same amount giving your family
inexpensive, easy to maintain and add beauty and FOR DR. YOUNG 20000.00 in insurance protection against loss of any I
value to your home. For quality block precision Mrs. Leonard Maxson recently. kind. That's just one reason why it pays to save at .
made on Stearns equipment. .. see us today. resigned after serving on the nurs- Everglades Federal Savings & Loaif! For remember, you \
i ing staff at the Everglades get an unusually high rate of interest return, too. We paya
\ full 43 -% on.all savings, with interest added to principal .
DO IT TODAY-THE CONCRETE MASONRY WAYPAHOKEE ial Hospital for two years 2tremor-1
twice each year. If you make your deposit before the 10th !
now in
the
working of the month, you get full Interest credit for the whole
Wilburn C. Young at canal Point. month. "
This is not a new position for Mrs. I
Maxson as she held her presentjobIn

Dr. Young's offfice 1940-43. Everglades federalSAVINGS I
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Lennie Stuckey was received asa & LOAN ASSOCIATIONSAVINGS f
new member of the Pahokee
Lions 'at' INSURED UP TO $10,000 BY FEDERAL SAVINGS
Chib :the Tuesday luncheon
AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION
I FLA., BELLE GLADE, FLA. meeting with James W.Varm,past I .
: PHONE 718& ,. PBONEWY'8-58 prootdtont of tbe..club, in charge of I 40 S. W. AVE. B" BEiLI.E GlADE'PJI. NE WY. C2067Til
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