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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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; t February 17, 1961 PUBLISHED.WEEKLY, IN CANAL POINT BV PAUL RARDIN

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"1: R. O. Crosby \Vms In TWO TAKE A COFFEE BREAK Monday Tag: Deadline AfternoonThe Is Future Farmers


s:' Rezoning Effort j Plan Special WeekFuture

tag office at the County
f. r Glades Office Building will be open
Despite oppositipn voiced by the i Saturday from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Farmers of America
; Pahokee Housing Authority, the for, the 'convenience of Glades resi- members throughout the nationare

'" City Planning Board, the Chamberof I jjyy ,c dents who hare yet to purchasetheir scheduling special activities to .
Commerce and Fire Chief Mark 1961 motor vehicle license focus public attention of the workof
vin Levins to the proposed change I tags, according to Mrs. Edwina C. their organization during Na-
'. in R-4 residential district zone reg- '- Young:Glades office manager for tional FFA Week, February 1825.
I' ulations, that would reduce the side ,! :: .j Stetson O. Sproul, County tax col Membership the FFA is made

i ,yard for cottages in this district lector. up of farm boys who are students
from 15 feet down to nine'feet, the: Despite rumors to the contrary. of vocational agriculture in hign
;, City Council in regular Monday I z! Governor Bryant, as yet, has not school. The. organization's activi-
i night adopted the ordinance that ; : extended the deadline date when ties are designed primarily .to help
makes 'the R-4 zoning change a .-> : 1960 license tags are no longer develop rural leadership and good

': law. | ,legal, which is Feb. 20, Mrs. Young citizenship, and to stimulate the _
In a split vote, Councilmen C. R. boys to better achievement in their
Wetherington, Joe Thompson and ,.t.___ v7CWii said.At the close of business Feb. 14, study and work toward successful

G. H. Tucker, Jr., voted yes; Councilmen On,the'left is Claude Shirley of Shirley Brothers. Inc., in Pahokoe 1960., the Glades office had issueda establishments 'in farming or,
f Hugo Boe and Billy MccKin- and the young man alongside him having their morning coffee at total of 5,459 tags, compared :o other agricultural occupations
stry, no., Before the vote Councilman -" John Bolton's Drug Store in Pahokee is C. E. (Bill) Williams of tha 5,047 issued during the same period The Pahokee FFA chapter has-
Wetherington pointed out that Everglades Insurance Agency. These fellows took time out of a busy this year, 412 less than last year. 52 members. Officers are:
.: at the time of the public hearing conversation about the upcoming boom in the Glades to take a peekat Mrs.Young expects her office to issue President --._.._ Lee Granims
the' photographer as he stepped behind, the counter to the
held on the proposed R-4 zoning photo. snap I more than 2,000 additional tags Vice-Pres.._.._....._..- Don Kelly
:\, change Jan. 30, the City Planning -' 'I by Monday evening, the ,deadline( Sentinel .... Bill Johnson
Board at the Council's inquiry had J date.. It's going to be.a busy place Reporter __....._ James Veal
"no recommendation", either for or I. He's Starting 2nd. IT'S A .CORVAIR and plenty of motorists, as they Treasurer _..._._.__ Calvin Watson

against the issue, and not a single I .. stand impatiently in line will wish Secretary ._..._'_%Bobby Kennedy
'voice was raised in protest against I Quarter Century they had thought about getting Noma R. Norman, vocatonal ag-

: the proposed change at the hear- .w..."...,.',.. 1I their tags at an ,earlier date. riculture instructor in Pahokee .
Me-: lex rr;aweiw -$ '
lng, although Councilman Billy High School serves as advisor of
:, Kinstry did vote against the, ordinance -,| the FFA chapter.The .
Joo .at its initial re8.Jiilg.BU.iI4r( J i9i Robert Lampi! To ,national ,Future Farmer or-
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er R. O. Crosby who requested the, ganization ha& 378,000 member-1;-.
K-C .regulations change' can now .: jxv Be Rote'PresidentPahokee with 9,000 local chapters in'the 50 ,
t proceed with plans to build several States and, pUertO Rico.: Member
cottages on lots with reduced side ship in Florida totals 8,000. ..
yard*in the Negro residential area.
Band Director Robert Future Farmers choose the weekof
Upon recommendation thecontinue George Washington's birthday
O. will be the Club
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of 1 next'president, ;according to tradi I Week.
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Mounts Paints A : tion and'the will of the membersof recognized as a Revolutionary -
that club. At last week's meet II War General and our first ,
Mitchell Kirk of Stanley Chevrolet ing Mr. Lampi, vice president of President. : Washington's. first love
Bright Ag Future Inc., in Pahokee, points*with the club, was nominated by tha I was the farm he called Mount

i 1 pride to the name CORVAIR on the. nominating committee. to, become, I Vernon. There, he was one of the
recently received new station wagon the neXt' president.
first in the nation to practice con-
J Palm Beach Courity's agricultural in the Corvair line. Mr. Kirk is Only once in a blue moon does I tour planting crop rotatons, fertilization -
progress sprouting brightly } sort of a fixture at the Chevrolet the nominee fail of election and and other soil conservation -
all over the vast muck farmlands 1 place in Pahokee and naturally is that only in unusual circumstances. and improvement methods. It

t ,inland and in the sand ridges along : proud of every new automobile that Mr. Lampi will accept the new I was more than a century after
the coast according to a report this j I arrives at the popular sales agency. duties of office in July. Washington's death before general!;,
week M. U. Here we show J. T. (Jake) Platt club will
by County Agent i I Vice president of the use was made of many of the sound: I
Mounts and his staff. of The Everglades News who this I be Dr. E. C. Johnson and the secretary he
that$
: I I I month started his second of QUEEN IS CROWNED i agricultural practices ad
The group appeared before the year. Will be Chester A. Batchefor.Bill '' .
county' commission Monday to :'!I his second quarter century at the Lois \Vhite.was crowned queen of Plumer will control the purse vocaled.:: i-
make its annual report andamong i I I I helm of the mechanical departmentI Beta Sigma Phi's 13th annual Valentine strings of the group, having( been .

other things noted that vegetable I I I' this great palladium of the family Ball held in the Elks Hall nominated for treasurer. Youth Center Is
production netted 33,000 carloads I fireside. To have put up withI Saturday night with Joe Bonnie Mike Sanders will be DirectorA. .
to northern markets last'year from :I the publication of a weekly newspaper and his Orchestra of West Palm Wiley Tillis Director B, Luke .
the 21,000 acres under cultiva '!| for that length of time in one. Beach furnishing the music. The Dufresne Director C and Joe Becoming Popular /:

tion. Acreage beng farmed represents I I spot should turn a man's hair, grey new queen and her escort led in the Thompson Director D. _.- ..
a 10 percent increase.over the I'-but norso with Jake. He holds his coronation dance, followed S:y The election will be held next .#
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previous year. I!own nicely and is: shown here ..l queens of other: years.and their es Thursday, February 23. ."Study to Show Yourself Apt.= .
'. ""' :The construction of :four big the keyboard of the jLinotype:-one corts.. Mrs. Grace:Maxon was_ general _'IL'WE'LL'TELL proved'was the theme, of theca ., 7 .
;: sugar mills ,in-the Glades'area will ;I of the many.machines he operates. chairman of the dance : nual Youth Enlistment Rally Hlki -' .
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Church Wednesday
growing farmers another of sugar means cane,of giving stabilizing Band Director Lampi To Direct Rotary I The Everglades News told you dist youth of this area. I'

their economy the reports officially what Harry T. Vaughn The Rev. Lee Pearson, minister
id. : president of the United States of education of the Palma Ceia ,

The livestock and dairy activitiesare Sugar Corp.. said about a new mill Methodist Church Tampa was the ,
on the up grade with some 200 and refinery to be built at Bryant; principal speaker at the worship I
ranchers raising more than 145,000 J t rr % Mile east of Canal Point. When service at 7:15 p. m. Rev. Warren I
head of cattle valued at $1.5 mill any change-if there is one-Is Willis, Florida Conference Director \
ion. Dairy cattle; which number made by the sugar company you of Methodist youth work, was l
more 'than 20,000 are producing a can rest assured that you'll be officially also present. The service was pre- I
bumper bottle of 15 million pints r notified through the col- ceeded by a sandwich supper. ,

of mily annually. is k umns of this newspaper. No changeis The rally was sponsored by the i
: Florida Methodist Youth Fellowship -
The group also reported on 4-H expected.
Conference in'cooperation with ,I
Club activities which iIcludes'par.1 Cr Z w't L
ticipation by 300 boys and a similar TAX ASSESSOR VISIT Dr. H. W. Blackburn superintendent r
group of girls in 32 clubs. The representative from the Palm of the West Palm Beach Dis- I
Assessor's office trict of Methodist Churches, and ;
In the nursery and ornamental Beach County Tax
will be in the blades Office Build- Mrs. Julian Renfroe of Fort Lauderdale i
section it was noted that weather
:'sPahokee
and fungus disease had blightedsome ing March 6-10. He will be here to district director of youth 1\\

crops and many lawns. High School Band Director Robert. Lampi will have an discuss any tax problem and to help work.
Commissioner E. F. Van Kesssl added responsibility with the coming ..JulY.1/1961. On that date the I the public file for their homestead w 4a_ :'E,
suggested that'the agricultural department popular director will become President of the Pahokee, Rotary Club. exemption. Mr. and Mrs. Don McKinnon have j i
*study the possibility of He is serving as vice president during the present year of Rotary and -returned to Miami after visiting I ..
served as secretary the year before. Mr. Lamp is popular with Pahokea
controling methods and materials Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson.of Hialeah her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H ,
Rotarians and among his other duties'in the club serves as pianist. His > v
r used by spray companies in an ef-I name was offered in traditional style by the nominating committee and spent, the weekend in Canal Strayer, at Canal Point. Mr. MeKinnoa -,. I

fort to allow only top flight organizations they selected a strong group of other officers to support him, ,in .his. Point visiting her father F.' C. is convalescing after a xe- .. r
to operate in the county. presidential year. -, i it Stein, and other relative cent appendectomy.. I ,r

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,/ I Page Two The Everglades News"Canal Point. Florida Friday February: 17, 1961

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I Youth Rally At school cafeteria' by Mrs. Pope Sears School Children In .
and her hostess committee, com- I

I, .,Pahokee MethodistReasons posed of Canal. Point women. World Day Of Prayer I II
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for the increased popularity Dedication Cross World Day of Prayer, being ob- I

of the Pahokee Youth Center served this Friday locally with two
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and the good attendance of Paho- I Home Sunday P. M. \
I special services, one to be given by
kee and Canal Point'' youth at the the Fourth-Grade Children of the '
center for the past several weeks Sunday afternoon Feb. 19 from
Pahokee Elementary School in the
:,i were explained members. of the 3 until 4 o'clock Rev. Charles D.
... I high School auditorium at 8:30: a.
; .: Stewart of the Canal 'Point
'r.' Pahokee Parent-Teacher Associa- Bap- m., and another, by the PHS Senior ;
.. v 'K tion by James Threlkeld, city rec- j! tist,Church,willvlead the dedicationS
. = Class at 2 p. m., has been observed
reational director, at the February |i rvice of the home of Mr. and Mrs. internationally by Christians of all 't
PTA meeting: held in the high j( Walter Cross in Canal Point. All j
I nations for the past 75 years, un-
school auditorium with President I I friends are cordially inVited to at:' of the United ;
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dej: auspices
The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE W. O. Moss presiding. I tend. No gifts, please. I Council of Churches.The .
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,Principal. Brooks Henderson an- purpose of this world-wiile
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF nounced special courses of study BULL AT TWO FAIRS I observance is to unite all Christiansin

will be sponsored by the Palm The registered junior yearling a bond of prayer and fellowship ,

; THE EVERGLADES NEWS Beach Junior College at the Belle Hereford bull, herd sire of the'Pa- ; with others around the world, and '

; Glade High School and services will hokee Chaptef,-Future Farmers of :j I to make love offerings for interdenominational I

Serving the Lake Okeechobee"'Farming Region,Without be held in the school auditorium by America, hichVon a blue' ribbon I. : projects, both home 1 1I

...' Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years students,! Friday in observance of and Grand Champion.in his class at and abroad. I

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday World Day of Prayer. Two films .the South Florida Fair and Expo-I This year's offering will be used i

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance were shown by Principal Herman sition, was entered by the, FFA for the promotion of five projects:
Austin who used the projector recently boys in the cattle show at the I 11. Church planning and social welfare -
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.1 The Everglades.News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn purchased by the Elementary State Fair in Tampa, where he was in Alaska. 2. Assistance in tha

;r. Canal Point.: Florida, as Second Class Matter. -1 School with. the help of PTA also awarded a blue ribbon. The I ministry to migrant families. 3. Assistance -
funds.: prize animal was showed at both in the ministry to low-in-
: Paul Rardin --' Owner Editor, Publisher At the close of the meeting open fairs by Calvin Watson. come farming communities. 4.
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'" 'I I house was held at the school with S- Ministry in Puerto Rico and the

parents invited to visit the teachers Miss Terri Thomas was a week- United Indian-American ministry.

Here Is What Transpired At Monday's of their children at the classrooms. end guest of her grandparents, Mr. 5. Special literature; and .

.. I Refreshments were served in the and Mrs. Bob Kelly of Fort Pierce. program for communications \
Meeting' Of, The Palm Beach ,



County CommissionGarbage ffiGSTtfSfcSKRffffiGJT&ft? a.1.1j

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and trash collections insurburban The group agreed to return be-

'I ... areas posed two prob- fore the commission when a public!}

lems for the county commissionthis hearing Vim be called to hear the

week. company's application for renewalof

A delegation from the Belvedere its franchise.The Phone 511- Pahokee Phone'WY 6-2550 Belle Glade I :
Homes section appeared before the Palm Beach Sanitation Com-

board to register complaints pany petitioned the board for an SALES and SERVICE t

against the Belvedere Water Com- increase in rates for its service, I II

pany which holds a franchise for which brought protests from som'3l
trash and garbage collections in quarters. The board decided to I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances 1 I

that area. study the petition for two weeks t

before taking any action on the re :lJ1lVJo.L"UL'L''V: ''''''''''''''''ll'"IiMIi'.lli1.1lI''M'\L'ICV''u.V..ll".VJI..V..uIIlV.' ' : :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE quest to boost rates .to $2 per i I
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF month in the area served by the II
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{ HERMAN BARNES. : I Revival ServicesThe ,. ." :
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l TO: Box HERMAN: 282Marked BARNES revival services which open : stop feeling dog-tired, back-achy,.. ; :
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\ You are hereby notified that Pearl '' '" all "washed
r Barnes has filed a- BUI of Complaint for Church at Canal Point Wednesday : 'out"-on... .c
divorce against you and you are require night are being conducted by'Evangelist it";'""" J .l'- ;
ed to serve a copy of your answer to the I
complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. M. W. Melton, former, Jew, "4 ("" ". .'<,'" I
Thadd Whldden. P. O. Box: 705. Pahokee ::'j.
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was converted from Judaismto .
Florida. and fUe the original answer in .... ; .- .Washdays
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Christianity while a young man. ". e' U'JO'Y"'
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Court of Palm Beach County Florida The services will continue '
through
before the 27th of
on or day February
1061: If you faU BO to do. Judgment by Feb ,26, starting each evening at : :
default will be taken against for ; 0
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7:30 o'clock. A :
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the'relief demanded In the complaint. welcome to :.' 'I
Dated January 28. 1961.J. attend these services is extendedto i ."
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Clerk. ALEX of ARNETTE Circuit CourtCircuit the public by the Rev. R. E. :; .
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( Court Seal) Barfield, pastor. J washday '
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Publish: Jan. 27. Feb. 3, 10. 17, 1961. .
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Thadd Whidden Board Thanks I ,
Attorney for Plaintiff '
P.Pahokee.O. Box:Florida 705 t Voiture 270, The 40 & 8 freedom. :L
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A resolution of appreciation for ,

Voiture 290 of the Forty and Eight '', -
for the organizations outstanding 4''i' .?' make fjameless electricity work for you! .

l service to children at the County -; t j An ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYER will give you more time for ..

Childrens Home, was adopted by V i .' yourself and your family. No longer will you be: too exhausted II '

the county commission Monday.The ." ', to "step out." Because you'll be spared the trudging to-and-from (
resolution pointed out that ;}_/, -'. the clothesline and lifting and lugging heavy loads. An Electric :k

I the Voiture had given unselfishlyof : :.. Dryer is even surer than Florida sunshine. It's at your convenience 7 :. t,
its time in providing entertain- 'Ji .: 1 day or night, in any weather. Your clothes and .

ment for the youngsters, plus :",',;)..,.,1;.. i i.- linens will last longer and look newer, too, with never any sun- 1\\

providing many of the furnishing '' }''''';-.t fading or wind-damage. ..' .,.

rAit1CYTLT at The the resolution home. .\ '. / / You can save in many ways with an Electric Dryer. Better yet, -
will be
presentedto .: ;'1 when you go ALL-ELECTRIC in your home laundry-with ant .1
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mander Reginald of'the group, who will Com-be in '> >.:: ', a automatic dryer, washer, sit-down ironer and a flameless, fume 1!:' ..
less water heater-then live better
you really electrically. :
Palm Beach County Feb. 26 to par- : ,: r. > t
ticipate in a 40 et 8 memorial ser Let your electrical appliance dealer show you what's new in \
b vice. ,modern, flameless, home laundry appliances. You'll'be amazed! :

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Qt SNIELAS EVERY R'XCE6AtY cool mornings and furnishing fil- See N },MrrrT.rYS / .. f
tered pure cool air for proper temperature -
DOUBLE Ut 2nd fI
on hot\sultry afternoons. It : I
LUXURIOUS works automatically from,the startto ,

CLUBHOUSE finish. The new unit replaces an .
older one installed when the hand- I
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store, said that'no effort was spared t : .
in replacing'the old unit with'amore (
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serve his patrons. "We invite our .

BELVEDERE R0. friends to drop .by'for thatcup. of I ..=!FLORIDA, ; ; POWER. ,& LIGHT COMPANY ttJ

coffee"'and eajoy.the' comforts" of I .- ...:: ;',.', '.- :. t- -*,-, \.": HELPING BUILD FLORIDA 4 ttncuy ............. I Ic
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Page Four. The L+Everglad New, Canal Point, Florid Friday February 17. 1961
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Mr. and Mrs. ,E.,B. Gamble will -

/ have as guests this weekend their ,
I. .1. PERSONALW 'N.otES l lMr. son-in-law and daughter, :Mr. and
Mrs. J. D.,.Latham. Jr.. of Cocoa. /

While here the Lathams will also Frame or Block Homes
t 1>::1 --_ '" rr visit his parents at Canal 'Point.
I and Mrs. M. Cross of West S. A. Nall of St. Petersburg is Miss Myra Cruthlrds visited tier .
Palm Beach spent the weekend fn I I the guest of his wife Mrs. Nail for mother Mrs. Mittie Cruthirds, at ON YOUR LOT

,1 Canal Point visiting their niece, I'I several days. .' Port Salerno Sunday. She was accompanied I '
Mrs. James Gibson, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Groover by Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Shell Finished
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:; ,'. ,. Mrs. Catherine Donverville and and children and Mrs. C. J. droov- Moore and infant daughter, Myra .' >;
children.accompanied by her mother -i er of West Palm Beach were the Suzanne., .. "
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have returned to their home in guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Parker ,Miss Kay Friend. of Fort Lauderdale .. ? No.Money Down
:Memphis, Tenn., after a short'visit Sunday.Col. spent the weekend in Paho
with her mother-in-law, Mrs. Jim- and Mrs. W. S.,Evans and kee with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Shell Homes we will furnish inside materials -
mie Stuckey at Canal Point. their house guest Mrs. Brown visit- Lewis Friend j I
Pat Bowen who is stationed by ed friends in Del Ray Beach Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schroderand if desired_ or will build completely .

the Navy In South Carolina is day.Mrs. their house guest Mrs. Esther
spending a 15-day leavewith 'his Bobby Howell and little Tiffin of Atlanta Ga., and Mr. and l.. finished block Homes.
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. daughter are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R. W. (Bobby) Schroder aId ,

Strayer at Canal Point. ..' Bill McClenithan while Bobby daughter, Tanya,, were dinner
Mrs. Edna Maxson and Mrs. Howell in on Sea duty for the,U..S. guests of Mrs. Helen Schroder Sun- Ace Home Builders Inc. 2
Evelyn Lair, Pahokee school teachers Navy.
were among, the nine teachers. Mrs. R. A.. Cromwell, of Wilmington day.Mrs.. Agnes Simonson of Girard, '
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of Palm Beach County Schools- who I N. C. is the guest of Mrs. HI., arrived here this week for tin Call Collect FR 52529 '
attended the educational short Bordeau. extended visit with her son and
course at the University of Floridain Mrs. Jack Paulette and children daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. '
Gainesville Friday through Sun- have returned to Tampa after a Robert B. Simonson and family.Dr. Box 383 Bowling Green, Fla. _
visit here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn C. Young It .
t day.Earl
Dodson returned to Knoxville and Mrs. Carmen Salvatore. have as guests at. their Port JrIa. ,
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Tenn.. Sunday after a visit Miss Elizabeth Humphries a aca; home her parents Mr.and Mrs. .
with his brother-in-law and sister senior at Pahokee High School, George W.Mitchell and brother-in- -.-
:Mr. and Mrs. James Weeks and represented"her school at the liter- ,, law and sister Mr. and Mrs.
contest by t-++I 1 1 1 1 1 :-: 1 1 IT: 1 1 : 1 1 : 1 1 : i 1'1 I 1 : 1 I I I J S S 1 J J I t I I I I J ..
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I family at Canal Point. ary Charles Ely, all of Aberdeen
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mdlwain the Palm Beach Junior. College last Mrs. Esther Tiffin returned this

....have as, a guest this week her sister weekend. week to Atlanta, Ga., after a visit THEATRESPRINCE
Mrs. Donna 'Mae Shields of Mr. and Mrs. ": Wjlson returned of several days with Mr. and Mra. \ ,
Wauchula. They also had as guests Friday from a visit with his R. J. Schroder in Pahokee.
over the weekend their daughter mother Mrs. O. L. Norton, at Albany Mrs. Lizzie Kirkey had as a guest LAKE DRIVE-IN

Miss Jill Mcllwain of West Palm N.Y., where they were joinedby Mr. and Mrs. Henry Benedict' of Pahokee Pahokee-Belle'Glade Road
Beach and son and daughter-in- their daughter Mrs. Elmer B. Valhalla N. Y., and Clearw ter. -
law Mr. and Mrs. Chandler McIlwain Elliott and daughter Lonna of While here the Benedicts also visit t -- -
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i of Fort Lauderdale. 'Meridian Miss., who accompaniedthem I ed Mr.and Mrs. P. B. Williamson.Mrs. -
Mr. and Mrs. Geo B.,Raniey_had back to Pahokee for a two-. Edith McWilliams of Philadelphia Y SUNDAY MONDAY -TUESDA f

as guests Sunday afternoon Mrs. week visit here. Pa., will arrive this week' '. FEBRUARY 19-20-21
FEBRUARY 19-20-21
Rose Schuettler and her soninlawand Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Pope end for a visit with her sister, Mrs.i, '
had as guests the weekend rua Helen Schroder at 328 Kismet.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell over SUDDENLy "PILLOW TALK"
Sharpe and'daughter, Helen all brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Bedford Brown is returning I ,
of West Palm Beach. Mrs. L. D. Carter. of West Palm to her home at Georgetown I LAST SUMMER" ROCK HUDSON AND 1
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie had &3 Beach, and cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ky., this week following a DORIS DAY
I guests over the weekend Mri: and I R. W. Pope of Palmetto. While week visit with her five-I ELIZABETH TAYLOR, -ALSO-
Mrs. R. I. Guthrie of Delray Beach here Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Pope visit- and sister Col. and Mrs. I MONTGOMERY CLIFF AND
and J. W. Guthrie of !Miami. ed also with his father John: T. Evans, at Cypress Lodge. Enroute r KATHARINE HEPBURN "Man In The
Dan Griiffith of St. Petersburgand Pope. home she will visit another broth- I
T.V.. Griffith of Whiter Richard Keen and Alton Mims, er-in-law and sister Gen. and Mrs.R .
Haven visited their sister, Mrs. M. accompanied by Richard's mother, P. ,Hollis at Melrose Fla. I I
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D. Geiger who is a.patient at St. Mrs.M. I. Kene, spent the weekendat Oscar ChastaIn and Mrs. M. Gibson -

Mary's Hospital in West Palm Tampa where they attended the accompanied by Billy John -
i. Beach. State Fair. Barwick all of Thomasville Ga. : ; T
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Good Samaritan Hospital, .
S Ruth McCord another sister, and I FAI

: Today's Modern l Homes are Built. .: Mr. McCord of Miami- also ,visited I : : V Shadow"t
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Miss Elinor Brackin and Miss IMII, ,. 4 4i
Margie Raulerson of Okeechobee

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: Brackins family, Mr. and Mrs.
Loyd Brackin at Eagle Lake. While
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1 the State Fair.
Mrs. W. L. Duncan visited friends

for several days in Pompano Beach,
this week.
M Mr. and Mrs. Gene H. Gore and I

; children visited her uncle and aunt; I H fi4'i"i ,
I Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Crickfield In I
:fI Sebring over' the weekend. 'I ,
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L. Humphrey spent the weekend in ,\

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Wayne Unwin and Edwina Hum-
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WITH there they heard Evangelist Billy : Q \1 (
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rl I CONCRETE MASONRY, ,. Eight Students rI I
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honor for ''receiving an "A" grade
qualities too. with the "built-in" airspace in all scholastic subjectS' during ., I

of each block unit. Ask the man"w o the third six-week period of the' : : I 11 Insure You :!
current school year, according to ::1
has used it. For quality block precision Principal Brooks Henderson.The .
group included Dianne your savings account here Is Federally insured up to
made on Stearns equipment. see us today. 1000000. If your wife )WI a separate account in her own
Douglas and Ha Mae Smith twelfth -
name, it is insured to the same amount, giving your family;
i grade; Connie Singletary. tenth 20000.00 In Insurance protection against loss of any \
! grade;Wayne Hundley and Walter kind. .That's just one reason why it pays to save at
flOVED AND APPROVED FOR BETTER CONSTRUCTION Young, ninth grade; Faye Harris Everglades Federal Savings & Loan! For remember, you ,
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and John Pell, seventh grade. a full 44-% on all savings, with interest added to principal'
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I Pahokee :Revival Heads Youth CenterJames .


The Rev. Larry C. O'Steen, pastor Batchelor has been elect-

: .. of the Wesconett Methodist ed new president of the youth organization -
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i. ,,"\ Church in Jacksonville, who is con- at the Pahokee Youth

ducting a revival at the Pahokee Center. Other new officers chosen

First Methodist Church this week, for,the coming year were Alton

was guest speaker at the weekly Mims, first vice president; Penny

I : luncheon meeting the Pahokee McKinstry, second vice president;

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James W. Vann, past president of Joanne McKinstry, treasurer.
Canal Point The Church Of God Christian Science the club. Guests also were the Rev. Featured entertainment at the

Church Pahokee H G. Galloway of Fort Lauderdale youth center this season are dance
Point
Baptist Of Prophecy Group Of Canal
who is assisting the Rev. parties known as "Coke' hops",
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Canal Ppint Road
r SUNDAY: John H. Kinard problems of disunity and inhar- and,the Rev. T. C. O'Steen of : and for elementary school childrenon

I .. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School School pastor mony may be found in the Lesson- Pahokee, father of the speaker. A Tuesday'afternoons, with a good
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\ 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship a. m.-Sunday Sermon on "Mind" which will be Lions zone social meeting'in Okee- attendance of youth at both week-

r 6:30 p. .Training Union. 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service read at Christian Science churches chobee, Mar 3, was announced by ly parties, according to James

i' 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service Sunday. President B. R. Mosley, who presided Threlkeld, recreational director.
",":.;' WEDNESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B.... This from II v ..
Prayer Meeting. 8:00 p. m. Thursday W. M. B. hopeful promise 5'S. Mrs. W. R. Boland and children
7:30 p. m. : Corinthians will be among the ,
-. :Everyone: welcome. Special music
Bible citations read (13:11): "Be Sorority Will Help Janet and Charles accompanied by

.' .. The Pahokee..Church and singing.- -. .. .. perfect, ,be good comfort, be ef her niece, Sheila Mitchell have returned -
mind live in and the Crippled Children to Winter Haven followinga
:' one peace;
'. Of The Nazarene The Methodist Church God of love and peace shall be with visit with her brother-in-law\ arid

you." i :' Members of the Xi Beta Tau sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Boe, an>l

71 Bacom Point Road Canal Point; Florida From "Science and ,Health with I Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, family at Pahokee.

Charles F. Crauswell, Pastor at the meeting at the home of Mrs. .
Robert A. Shelley, Pastor Key to the Scriptures" by Mary ---
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882
SUNDAY: Baker Eddy the following passage 'Carroll Parker voted, as a public -.
, SUNDAY SERVICES: 10:00 a. m.-Church School will be cited (276:4-9)): "When the service' project, to assist the Palm

J. 11:00 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School.Worship. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I divine precepts are? understood, Beach County Society for Crippled Classified Ads
J-funday
J.I 6:30 a. m.-Junlors.m.- 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship they unfold the foundation of fel- Children and Adults by addressing I .
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| 7:00 p. mi-Sunday Evening 730p. .-Evening Worship lowship, in which one mind is not envelopes for the society. Mrs. W. i FOR SALE: New and used Willys
t I ; Evangelistic Service. MONDAY: f at war with another, but all have ,0. Moss, president, named ,Mrs. Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage .

{f, .:- WEDNESDAY: 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice one.Spirit, God, one intelligentsource Richard Nason, Mrs. Ralph Johnson in Belle Glade, Phone 3058.

J '. 7:30: p. .-Midweek Prayer TUESDAY; in accordance with the, and Mrs. J. L.Tyson on a com- Oct. 17-54-ch
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meeting.' 8:00 p. m.-Woman's SocIety1st Scriptural command: 'Let this mittee to nominate new officers.

e, \. "Where you are a stranger but Tuesday2nd :Mind be in you, which was also. in Mrs. Parker presented the pro- SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your
r once". MONDAY: e, Christ Jesus.. gram, "Learning to Live," with name label showsyou to be m

7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting .. Mrs. Harold Wilkinson Mrs. Lois I arrear on payment. Send along
White and Mrs that $2.00 payment and we
WEDNESDAY; S Moss taking part. n9W
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j. First Methodist 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Students Observe'World .-=a:;. will continue to send you this great

Church Pahokee Patterson Circle palladium of the family fireside. .

1" I I The Everglades News, Canal Point,

] .. Rev. T. C. O'Steen St. Mary's Catholic Prayer DayStudents Studies AlcoholThe Fla.

SUNDAY: Church SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you
\ 9:45 a. m.-church School lone Patterson-Circle Canai have in touch with this
at Pahokee Schools are,i one, get
j .. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship. Father Fra cis"Fennech, Pastor sponsoring two worship services hi Point Baptist WMS, continued its newspaper and insert a $1 classified -

i< 6:45 p. m. MYF Sunday Mass -11:30 a. m. the school auditorium this Friday, I study of "The Problems of Alcohol"at ( ad. It will get results. All ads

\ 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship. Confessions before Mass. Feb. 17, in observance of World the February meeting at the payable in advance.The Everglades 0

[L, : TUESDAY: .... Day of Prayer. hone of Mrs. Frank O'Connell with News, Canal Point, Fla. I
4 1O j The afternoon service
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startingat
j First Baptist siding. Mrs. Charles D. Stewart APARTMENTS are needed by
2 o'clock is
sponsored annuallyby
i WEDNESDAY: gave the devotionals and the pro- many folks coming into this area
+ Pahokee the PHS Senior Class. Dr. B.
7:45'p. m.-MI -week devotions Church, A'I gram, "Retreat, Our ResponsibilIty to earn a living. Do you have one
I I 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- CUNDAY SERVICES: Bowers, interim minister at, ." Site was assisted by Mrs. C. B. for rent'Tell them and the world
Pahokee First Methodist Church I through a $1 classified ad in these
t' tic Jones and MrsEvans.. It was re-
9:45 School
} ,. a. m.-Sunday will deliver the spiritual ''message. j ported five Canal Point WMU columns. Send along a descriptionof
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
[ .'., Canal Point First. 6:45 p. .Training Union Special music will be furnished by '!;members attended the recent Palm- the apartment and a $1 bill and
the PHS Glee Club under the direc- we'll do the rest. The. EvergladesNews
: 8:00 Lake Associational meeting at Pa-
m.-Evening Worship
p.
tion of Miss Ellen Morgan, and.
Baptist Church Canal Point, Fla.
I .WEDNESDAY: hokee, the next Associational meet-
Robert O. Lamp, baritone, will
8:00 Meeting. ing to be at Lake Worth, April 20.
p. m. Prayer
; sing "Open the Gates to the FOR RENT: Store space approxi-
3 Elder R.E.Barfield .. Temple," accompanied by Miss The Ione Patterson group will pre- mately 25 x 70 ft. Next to Specter's -
/ SUNDAY: sent the "Witness Where
\ program,
Jann Plumer, pianist. Miss Sandra Market, Pahokee. Will rent
:> 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Church Of God We Are," at the general meetingof
Lampi is chairman in charge of or sell soda fountain Grill, tables,
I' 11:00'. m.Morning. Worships the WMU, Feb. 28, and hold its
chairs &:stools refrigerated candy
program
Barfield Highway arrangements. The publicis
7:00 m.-r-B. T. C. .. net circle
p. : meeting, March 6, dur '
case. Good location for any.kind of
invited to attend the afternoon
|l 8:00 Worship
p. m.-Evening week of
ing
9:45 A. M. Sunday School service. prayer.. business. Phone Pahokee 2271 or
J WEDNDESDAY: --
*f x 7:30 m.-Midweek Prayer 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship The morning,service will be held I MEN'S CLUB MEETINGThe contact: Jack Chastain, Box 126,
\: p. Service 7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. B. (Parsonage at 8 :30 o'clock, with the 67 child Arcadia, Fla. Walnut 91521. M3c
Methodist; Men's Club will
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS i ) ren of the fourth grade school
7:30 ''P, M.-Evening Worship hold its monthly dinner meeting at WANTED-Guards for local plant.
of Mrs. Frances Whitesideand
7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 P. II.Tuesday-Prayer Meet rooms the First Methodist Church Tues- 35 to 55 years old full or part

I Meeting.. I ing ''Mrs. Beulah Boe taking' part. day at 7:30 p. m. President O. B. time. $1.00 per hour. Must have
These children have been studying
s: i 7:30 P. M. Fridaychildren'sC11urch McClure will preside. cart Reliable; sober and clear rec-
Spanish, and to demonstrate the .
ord. Prefer Write, full
Holy: Nativity experience.
in the
7:30 P. M.:Friday-Y. P. E. progress they are making I Mrs. M D. Geiger is a patient!history for past 10 years. Advance

f Episcopal ,Church ... learning of this language, TheLord's at St. Mary's Hospital, West Palm I I Industrial Security, 1601 Congress
ca. will be
PahokeeM. Prayer given in Beach, this week Building Miami, 32, Fla. ItpffiJJ .
i St. Peter's Lutheran Spanish as part of the 'program. I

Wendell Hainlin, Vicar Parents who attend this 'service -

SUNDAY: Church, Belle Glade will find, "standing room only" as' r ,

I .. 10 a. 'm.-Sunday School the elementary school children fill I
'
', 11 a. m. Worship Service August Koerber Pastor the auditorium, some having to use \
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IL. 601 W: Lake'Rd., Belle Glade the balcony steps as s ats.

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend and SUNDAY: '

Mrs. W. R. Wilson attended the Divine Services 11,A. M. Rainbow Group .. Air Travel Is Fast

t State Fair in Tampa Monday. School 9,; 5..k.JL, :
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Has 2 New MembersThe; I

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The Misses Anne Nix, Peggy '

Z Turner and Pat Gandy were initiated I

into the Order of Rainbow for .
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Girls at the meeting of the Paho II I

K kee Assembly In the Masonic Hall, '. I,

\ifttm\mm\ with Miss Elizabeth Humphries, : N"9.? 1

worthy advisor and her staff of officers x. I

.. .... in charge of the initiation .
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I ceremony:
OWNED AND OPERATED'BZ;MORE-THAN ." 'Miss Joyce Brown and Miss La- \
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.. 120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN dora Crosby, past worthy advisors

.. 5 ., \j were presented with charm bracelets '

I WE WORK FOR THE BEST. MARKET INTERESTS'UFCONSIGNORS gifts from .the Assembly. : ..
AT ALL TIMES-r?]-' 1\ Members having birthdays ''this '

\vE1ERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION month were saluted with song,

AND,MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVB, and refreshments were served. ,
I Guests were Mrs. Ruth :Meredith,
,MARKET WHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH FLY WITHZIMMERMAN
worthy matron of' the Pahokee

CONFIDENCES .. I OES Chapter; ,D. P. Hughes worthy -

"" 0 .. f patron and,Mrs. ,Hughes; Mr. .

SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. I and Mrs. O. M. Sheppard.. Mr. and
I Mrs. H. G. Rodgers Mrs. Grace

Graham and Mrs.Florrie Nix. BELLE GLADE' PAHOEEE :
Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON I
Other Day Nite
Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Bee had as 1 Office Hours or

PAHOKEE-BHULE_ : GLADE ROAD I recent guests .her .brotherinlawand I Phone WY 6-2086 Phone 3871

PHONE WY 6-3688 GEORGE YOUNG,',MANAGl BF sister, Mr. and Mra. Russell

F k .Curran. and daughter. Pamela, of

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I Fat Stdck Show
Congressman. Rogers

I t Is Big: Success,

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The first annual fat-stock show, Asks Your Suggestions

: NEWS'By held at the South Florida Fair _
ended Saturday Feb. 4, with an
Dear Friend:
auction sale of 18 finefat animals,
This is my Annual Questionnaire in which I am asking you as a
being offered by many of our Future resident of the Sixth District of'Florida to give me your views on some
Farmers of America and 4-H of the important issues that will come before the Congress. It will be
tI.t- club members. very helpful to me if you will take the time to answer these questionsand

*, : / These fine cattle ranged from 480 return them, to me.

! to 133o pounds each. Seven graded Thank you.CONGRESSMAN.
choice, six good, one standard, and PAUL G. ROGERSThe
.k;. i t S four utility.To .
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questions:
encourage our boys and girlsin
t raising and fattening these 1. Do you favor reduced foreign aid spending? '-

r ( Paul Rardin Real Estate Editor) i calves, especially in the agricultural 2 Do you favor the proposal to make a compul- ..
sory care plan for the aged of the social .,' .
r., Here in this spot every now and then we will make an attempt to areas of our county, many local part ., ; .
security program? .__._.__._____...._.__ ':: ----:-
! bring our readers up-to-date on real estate happenings in the area buyers participated in making this "
of Palm Beach County west of 20 Mile Bend in this wonderful 3. Do you favor using. Federal funds to aid"depressed ,) .."...
area '
first sale a success. I '-'
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known far and wide as ,the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region. If 5f :
t Publix Stores bought the grand 4. Do Federal aid -t '
you favor for : II .
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have a real estate transaction you'd like for the'world to know '
i you about, just get in touch with the recently appointed Real Estate champion, a 655 pound Black J 1 I I I a. School construction? .._..... ..._._.... ...-""--- ";"t.i--, ',.
Editor'of The Everglades News. I Angus steerowned by Smitty Pol- f.-" ;: j "
hill of Clewiston, for $1.30 per b. Teachers' salaries ..........._....:......_..._...._ 'J .11,!*.' .
h Pahokee Food .Center, a new house on Lake Shore Drive. Little pound, a total of $851.50. The run I 5. Do you feel that the Federal Government ; '. t1f.

t 4 grocery establishment to be built Dave also purchased other property ner up, another, Black Angus steerof I I should migrant assist laborers in solving? problems affecting r ;: : ; .

on Rardin Avenue in Pahokee, with 630 pounds, was bought by r' ; n
. in that area which fronts onUS 6. Do you favor legislation which would: : '
{ the building costing In the neigh- Kwik Check. for 52c per pound. I I a. Raise the minimum wage from \ : ... .\:
441. The .
borhood of $60,000.000 will be started I Highway property was I Most of. the other choice animals $1.00 to $1.25 _.....__...... -, ;.. -\
t in the not too distant future, formerly owned by heirs of W. J. were sold abound 40c per pound.T. I b. Extend the coverage of the present Wage .. "i ; ." '.

I cording to"Leroy Miner one of aC-1 Hendry. Little Dave married Mrs. !I W. Knight helped to: encourageour and Hour Law? ._._..._.........__... .-... .-, .,. f >' -
owners.and builders of the Elizabeth Sheppard about three boys and girls by bidding, and 7. Do you favor my proposal for systematic ,. f
store. The building will be erected months ago and they will live 'in succeeded in buying a fine little annual repayment of the national debt? '.-
8. Would favor amendment to"the Taft- ,
directly behind the Pure Oil Station' one.of the houses on the propertyhe black angus steer weighing 720 you an
Law which would union
Hartley permit pick- _
the street from the which raised and fat-
across Baptist purchased. pounds, was "
eting at construction sites? -, .
Church in Pahokee. -:- tened by Bruce Boynton of Pa Rep. Rogers asks people answering the questionnaire to'print their .
-: TEST PILING for the U. S. hokee. name and address.

Construction proceeds steadily Sugar Corp. mill and refinery east The largest animal offered was
on Osceola Farms, Inc., sugar mill of Canal Point have been driven owned by Jimmy Jackson, of South Fill out and mall to:
five miles east of Canal Point. I and several of them weighted for Bay. This was a fine Hereford Signed:.. ,

, Nearly 100 men are on the construction testing. All tests up to date on steer tipping' the scales at 1,335 i: HON. PAUL G.ROGERS Town __

job and_the work is being I j i bearing and weight load have been pounds, and was graded choice, HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING

done by Overland Construction of I II thoroughly satisfactory. Stringenttests and was bought by Mays Stores at I WASHINGTON, D. C. State ,_
'West. Palm Beach. 15 concrete.1 j have been given the piling 40c, bringing in $534 to go toward I ------------------- ---- ---------------------
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trucks have been busy the past several -j I In the area where the two massive Jimmy's college education. I i I I WSGS STUDY SESSIONThe

days transporting the neces- !, structures are to be. erected. Others having choice entries were first of a series of study .
sary 2,000 yards of ready-mix from I Tommy Holt, Pahokee; Sandra sessions being conducted by the

the Chosen plant of Shirley Brothers i VISIT ARMSTRONGS French and Wayne Boynton, Paho- Canal .Point Methodist Woman's

to the construction site. Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Ridenour kee. Society of Christian Service: on the

-:- Indianapolis, Ind., arrived in Pa book "One World One Mission,"
Little Dave Houtz has moved his hokee this week for a visit with Plans for the installation of a was presented by Mrs. W. E. John
grocery store from Pahokee to his their cousins, Dr. and Mrs. L. W. high-speed electronic data process- Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Tyler (Vel-' son at the church. The study included -

recently} purchased building'across Armstrong. They were accompanied "lng'system, the first of its kind in I ma Warren) of Belle Glade announce -: a skit dramatizing the workof

the.street from the Lake Okeecho- by Mrs. Armstrong's sister, the Southeast, have been completedby the birth of a son. Robert medical missionaries at a clinic

bee Farmers Cooperative packing Mrs. R. W. Bowers, of Orlando. Minute :Maid Corp of Orlando. Douglas at the Everglades Memorial -i I in Belgian Congo, with Gail Sears,
I Hospital, Feb. 1.
I II Betty Johnson Linda
I Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas Livingstonand
-I II (Mildred Boyd) of Pahokee an- Shkron Johnson taking part.

I t nounce the birth of a son, James The study will continue, throughFeb.
II 19.LOSES.
I I Roberson, at the Everglades Memorial A
I ,Hospital, 'Feb. 8.
TWO GAMES
GET ALLTHESE SWEET SAVINGS IN OUR NEVER Mr. and Mrs. William Casto
WAX I (Edith Gabriel) bf Pahokee an- : Coach Bill Howard's Pahokee

nounce the birth of a son, Franklin Blue Devil basketball team lost .i;
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t ;;: FALCONVALENTINE I High, at the Everglades Memorial I both of their games the past week.
Hospital, Feb. 11. *
practically giving the game to

(; t Clewiston 42-34, on fouls Friday

ATTEND FUNERAL ., night and bowing to the up-and-

QSPECIALCJ.! \ Among those who attended the coming Stuart Tigers 60-42, Tues
:. day night. The only two games the
I funeral services for Mrs. Nancy
\ 2ARN Blue Devil A team has won this
.; \ Ellen Hatfield in, Canal Point last
SPECIAL LOW MONTHLY TERMS ; .1 I season were played against these .
I week were her sisters, Mrs.: Mam- I two teams, Clewiston and Stuart, "
THROUGH FEB. 14 mie Blankenship and Mrs. Lula last month.

I I Perkins, both of Huntington, West ..

i t ... Va., and nephew and niece, Mr. and The annual two-day wild hog
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Mrs. Guy Walls of West Virginiaand barbecue and jamboree of the
\ 4. .e..' .,,0'),..;<:>..M.>..>.... 9.' .. I St. Petersburg. Mrs. Blanken- "Everglades Conservation and

f.; .jJt;......!.4-! ,i3t.. .... ..*A.. ship and Mrs. Perkins returned to Sportsman's Club will be held deepin
their home at Huntington Wednes- the Big Cypress country Qn Mar.
day. 11th and 12th.
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Falcon Tudor Sedan it warms the store just right and on hot sultry
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;, Were celebrating Falcon's\ sweet success with the sweetest deals in town!

Because Falcon's America's butregular gas. 4,000 miles between, t"o I This is just another of the efforts we make now

selling.compact, we Ford Dealers oil changes. Don't miss our Valeraw cwanat .
J and then trying to render to our many:friends &
are offering a Falcon Valentine tine Specials on Falcon wagons. os

.. Special at a price you won't be Come see hpw much you save patrons a better service. Drop by'the' next time
able to resist, with sky-high tradeon our Falcon Valentine Special. '

in allowances. Offer ends February 14! you're down town. You'll enjoy. the atmosphere.Bolton's .

Falcon saves up to $505 over Similar comparison s of 4-door sedans with radio,
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} lsBre Carter, More Land Sought I Paul And 'Kathryn Rardin Celebrate 30th

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: .. Weds M. E.Tyson ,For Co. ExpansionThe

'" Wedding Anniversary 27 Yrs. In Canal Point
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Miss Brenda Janea Carter of Pa- county commission this
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hokee became the bride Morgan week-.voted to seek 'state lands in ;t. w. y.
t Evander Tyson in a double-ring ,
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two'different sections of the coun- o a
ceremony at the Pahokee First
:: Methodist Church Friday, Feb. 10, ty for public use.
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' They voted to ask the State Internal
, at 10:30 a. m. The vows were read .
.. Trustees to r
, I Improvement :
by the Rev. Robert Shelley of Canal
:, Point as the couple stood before give the eounty title to bottom h r '"
'' V lands near Phil Foster Park for enlargement I Qk
/ an altar decorated with floor : '
r' of that recreation area c4- ;
baskets of white mums and gladi-
between Riviera Beach and Palm '
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V oil with palms in the background. S %
. Beach Shores. '.5 \
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Commissioner Paul Rardin won
V Annie Merle Carter and Howard L.
the of the commission for
. Carter, both of Pahokee, and the support
1 bridegroom, son of Mrs. B. L. Powell hid request to seek additional lands
the Glades Office Building in
near
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of Punta Gorda and Elbert Tyson -
r the Glades to be used in the future
of Belle Glade.
for of facilities now located -
.r : Robert O. Lampi, baritone, sang expansion ::
in the
.. "0, Promise Me," "Because," "I area.... ... I p .
," Love You Truly" and "The Lord's / I z&x

Prayer," accompanied by Mrs. Mil R. 0.; Crosby Wins In- *

l lie''Williams, organist, who play-

ed the traditional wedding (continued from page 1) ;.
marches. City Zoning Board the Council
. Miss Sandra!Kaye Swayne of I authorized the strict enforcementof c off, > .

Clewiston, 'cousin of the bride and clause in the SouthernStand I :..

her only attendant; wore a pink I aid Building Code which requires : $ # # s
street length dress of chiffon over I all contractors and builders with r ;

taffeta with white accessories and projects within the city limits to ,

carried a cascade bouquet of ,deep I post a $1,000- performance bond,
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\ pink carnations. I these, bonds to be in the hands of
Ronnie Perkins of Belle Glade the city clerk within 30 days.

was Mr. Tyson's best man. Ushers ,Adopted at the meeting was an 1 I
were Kenneth McDonald and Charles ordinance, recommended by the:: p a C

I Schoenf, both of Belle Glade. City Planning! Board, simplifyingand + ,
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The bride was given in marriageby standardizing rules and regulations -

her father. She wore a white, for establishing new subdivisions -
Sleeveless linen sheath dress of, within the'city limits. I fLtry
street-length with tunic of lace. Plans for a new subdivision "Observation -

The neckline, round in front and Heights," located adjac-

coming to a point in the back, was out to the Vetville subdivision, was F,
edged With lace. Her white gloves submitted to the Council by the -

were elbow length and a white half engineering firm pf Gross E.'Elliottand \

hat, with short rim veil, was cover- I Associates, Inc. Since the new .
ed with small voile leaves tipped subdivision ordinance requires that
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with seed pearls. Her only orna- plans must be studied by the City

,. ment,was,single strand,of pearls, I Planning. Board with recommendations
the gift of Mrs. Lester Hand close by the board before'action js

friend; of the family. She carried I to be taken by the Council it was
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a small white.Bible topped with a decided to hold an adjourned meet. '
white' orchid with streamers of I ing Wednesday night at which time

white satin studded with sweet. the Council receive the recommen- '

heart.roses.. I dations of the Board on the proposed ,.
Mrs. Carter chose for her daugh- Observation Heights subdivisionand ; \f: : IA

ter's wedding :a nile green .street- call for a vote on its approval. "

length one-piece sheath dress of I Upon the request of Blanton and

br.oidered.linen. with black accessories Unwin, Pahokee building firm to
and purple orchid cor change the zoning of Tracts 272329 : 'I CC
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sage. The bridegroom's mother located on Bacom Point Road i i

wore a beige linen sheath with (I across the street from the H. J'.I 1'
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brown accessories'' and corsage of Anderson residence from A (ag-
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purple orchids. ricultural) to R-2 (residential), 'y

Following the ceremony a recep- City Clerk Patricia Batchelor was : !
tion was held at the home of Mr/ instructed to advertise a public, '

and Mrs. Lester Hand, 398 Kismet, I hearing on the proposed r.e-zoning : ./ : '. .. .f
with relatives and members of the to be held at the city hall Monday .
wedding party attending. Miss I night, ''Mach 13. V

.Dorothy Hand assisted. I Approyed at the meeting were V ; :?V ;j

After a brief honeymoon.on the I four bills, prepared by City At- C J :
West Coast Mr. and Mrs. Tyson torney Ralph O. Johnson whichare ,
will beat their home on the Babcock -' to be introduced to the State \

Ranch east of Belle Glade. Legislature for passage. The first <:..>.. .,.," ,
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The bride is a graduate of Paho bill would regulate the use of M .,:. : iM

kee.High: School, Class of 1960, and search warrants by city police, the .
before- her marriage was attendingPalm r second would set up a civil serviceI '/' .
Beach Junior College. Mr. I system for city employes and make
Tyson graduated from Belle Glade the offices of city clerk and city
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High School in 1958. I marjshall appointive rather than. fY.
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-.e. I elective, the third would specify the I
Road Thru Airbase "arrest power" of city police in z:;

case of "hot pu uit"- just outsideof
May Be Opened the city limits, and the fourth

\ would provide for a pension plan :h.#
The county commission this week for city employes.

vot do| reopeft perimeter roM In a move to make the sanitation_ f
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onohe east' end of International department self-supporting, it was :

Airport which connects Belvedere [ to. increase the fee for gar-
Road and Southern Blvd. bag collections 15 month
cents a Everglades News Publisher Paul Rardin and Mr. Rardin quietly celebrated their 30th
The.commission agreed to meet more for residences and 19 cents
government' requirements to build I for commercial houses. Wedding Anniversary, yesterday (February 16)) ; nearly 27 years of that time having been

? a fence along the road and to make: City Clerk Batchelor submitted spent in Canal Point where Mr. Rardin owns and publishes The Everglade News and is in his

J the:thoroughfare a part of the I j fifth four-year term as Palm Beach County Commissioner. Commenting upon the more thana

county's road system- 1-: quarter of a century of residence in Canal Point, Mr. Rardin said. "I believe my wife sum-

T county board also learned sidewalk assessments. The City at- med it up a few months ago when she referred to the first quarter century of residence in I

tha the Government Service Administrative -" torney was asked to take immediate Canal Point as "25 wonderful years." I don't believe I could improve on that statement."

which has recommended steps to obtain. liens on the
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(turning airbase back to the property involved to insure pav- Cub Scout Seen ducted by Pahokee Scouts, with CARD OF THANKSWe
county-less a, plot north of Belve- went.In .
Billy Boe, senior leader of wish to sincere
patrol express our
dere Road-will go along with a other action taken, the, Council On WEAT Television .
'county request ,for road right of accepted from James W. Vann ,- Pahokee Boy Scout Troop 628, pre- appreciation for the lovely flowers,
in the section not being executive 4 siding. I cards, and other expressions -
way released I secretary of the Pahokee j I South Florida television viewers prayers many
to the County. Housing Authority, a check for i I Mrs.D.W. Cunningham and Mr. of kindness extended to
aid I IM I
saw Ffendy Laks, son of Mr.
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r $4,130.95 in lieu of taxes for the I Louis Mims used station wagonsto us during the loss of our Beloved
WINS FIRST PRIZE PHA low-rent housing projects, I I r s. Eugene Laks of.Pahokee, wno II III [ carry the Pahokee Scouts to One, Nancy Hatfield. .

Miss Elizabeth Humphries, Paho- McClure Village and L. L. Stuckey I had recently graduated from Cub Palm Beach for the program. Other Rev. Oliver Hatfield .

kee :High School senior, won first Homes; authorized the use of red Scouting, become a tenderfoot in Scouts attending were Joe Hatton, Glenn HatfieldMr.
place in the fashion show sponsoredby blinker lights on the, cars of vol- Boy Scouting 'a Scout program I I m Ronnie Bracewell, Donald Mer- & Mrs. Kyle Hatfieii

the Pahokee Woman's Club at unteer firemen; asked the city attorney televised over TV WEAT, Palm edith Harry Cunningham, JamesR. Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Will-
the .luncheon meeting last week to draw up a contract for Beach Tuesday night of last week I I Crauswell, David Beede, Eugene iams.
.Her prize-winning entry was a two- the extenson of a city water line to with Cub BQy and Sea Scouts of Cooper, Dennis Martin, Glenn ..
piece green shantung dress with Streamline'Village east of the city various Gulf'Stream Council units Stewart, Tommy Bailey, Jim Tyson Mr. ahd Mrs.. D. L. Hooks had as

belted jacket. She was presentedwith limits; and authorize Building :Inspector participating- observance of National .and Reid, Tillery. guests Sunday their son'and'daugh-
a gold necklace. Judges were Frank Thompson to attend Boy Scout Week. ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harris -

Mrs. Karl ,.Mindlin Mrs. Homer the annual short course for city Inspectors -I I The tenderfoot ,J dBOUece +e- OLA86ipT D ADS and family of West' Palm

:Barnes and Mrs, Don Zaccagnino.:a: at University of Florida.. csosy OH the ,prey_ *'tear ; PAY BIG BIVIDBNB8 y Beach.

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