The Everglades news
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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 24, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Subdivision. Plan Driving Piling At Bryant Sugar Mill Site,, I Little Buck Loses Garden Club Again
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L City Approved .. Widening Of US441
(i1;; / Little Buck Buchanan of Canal .
: Point lost his pocketbook Tuesdayand
t The plat for the proposed new it contained $70 in cash. He Still alarmed at the prospect ..>f
Pahokee subdivision, known as Ob- was on his way to the bank at the .having church and school groundsand
servation Heights, 'was approvedby I time he lost it. He retraced his public park} disfigured should
the City Council in a special steps with no luck. Little Buck the proposed widening of US ,441
I "adjourned" ,meeting last week. I has been sick for the past year or through the downtown business
,. The subdivision, located next to $)lr'a dw I so and unable to work. Last week section of Pahokee be carried out,
Vetville, south of Greenacres Ave., he put in some time and drew a the Pahokee Garden Club at tte
will be developed by the Henry and: pay check which he converted.into February meeting at the home of
f Jon Merkle Construction Company, cash. Then along came some more Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Sr., drew up a
\ starting with 12 lots. I II bad luck and the $70 was gone. petition expressing opposition to
I The approval was subject to the Buck said he would like to have 'is these plans and suggesting that the '

posting of a $4,000 performance wallet back because it containedhis highway, should it be widened, by-
t bond by the subdivider for streets drivers license, fishing license pass the downtown section with its
; and water facilities, and agreement and all the many thngs that a man churches, schools and park. The pe
i by the subdivider of the 'postponement carries in his wallet.Henderson tition will be circulated throughthe
,t of the extension of Fern .. community by club members
Street until the City obtains ant Other civic groups desiring to join
easement for the east half of the Tells this movement to contact Mrs.J. .
This meta] monster known in building circles as a steam pile driveris are
street from the County Board of a busy piece of equipment these days at the Bryant Sugar Mill Site M. Elliott.
: Public Instruction, as recommended % mile east of Canal Point..Shoving.concrete piling into mother earthto Lions About School The club also opposes the use of
by the City Planning Board. a depth of 26 feet is its duty in an effort to find a'secure footing for Hoover Dike as a ,pasture for cat-
I Another Pahokee subdivision is the mammoth'new sugar mill to be erected by the United States tle in the Pahokee area and is send-

being planned by Blanton and.Un- Sugar Corp. The Raymond Concrete Pile Company is one of Americas I The need of high school students, ing a letter of protest to office of
I finest concerns doing that kind of business. The were'manu-
wn, Inc., Pahokee contracting'firm, piling who plan to continue their formal the U. S. Engineers at Clewiston.
I. factured from that concrete manufactured Brothersof
superb by Shirley .
which has purchased Tracts 27, 28 Samples of the Easter favors
at to settle downto
education College,
Pahokee and Belle Glade. Piling tests have shown that a secure I
and 29 on Bacom Point Road across their scholastic work early in club members are making for food
footing Can be'found satisfactory: on which to erect the mill and refinery. -
the street from the H. J. Anderson .\ Shown'in the picture are a couple of boys who do the work: I[ their high school years was emI trays of patients at the Everglades
residence, and has requested of the I Al Williams of Wauchula and Oscar Smith of,Sayannah. I phasized by Brooks Henderson, Memorial Hospital were displayedby
Council the rezoning of the plot principal of Pahokee High School, Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, therapy
from A (agricultural) to:R-2 (resi i I in a talk at the weekly dlnne chairman. The Canal Point Garden
dential). The City'Planning Board i. I meeting of the Canal Point Lions, Club will 'aSsist in this project. A
ftrecommendsjjthat; lots" bbtBering: ,. '1 ,A ._ Club. ', 5 .letter: ," trom JLulce pUFresne. hospital "

Bacom:Point Road in this proposed : ;.>..ft..&.:?"'"-.,.'. .'*y' ,..4"...,. ""'''' i Introduced by A. Harrington nI ,( t administrator; .. thanked members -
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new subdivision be classified as R-l :: <: : :f fL I I school trustee, the speaker said the for tray favors furnished on
and the remainder, R-2. The Coun wfi + f I curricula offered by the schools of St. Valentines Day.
cil will hold a hearing' on the pro- L; i ii 1 4,... 6 9 t 2 Palm Beach County are more than It was reported the Sodbusters
posed rezoning of these tracts Mar. i.ample for preparing a student for a Garden, Circle has joined the State

13at8p.m.' successful? first year in any collegeor Federation of Garden Clubs. Plans
4 If plans for this new subdivision 'LW' university. Competent teachersare were made for a benefit rummagesale.
materialize expected, Blanton i r ;I .
as I f ever present to guide the student ,
and Unwin hope to start construction ,SCHOOL'-'. ;4 I through the high school A program on "Colias" was pre-
on two model homes, by the Y j courses, of study, but the student sented by Mrs. J. T. Platt, who dis-
middle'of April, according to David P2 must cooperate, must apply him- played colia specimens which she
j' Unwin, a member of the firm. v V ;. Iself. We give them every encou- had rooted from cuttings and pre-
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___ 1'but'' the high school student has plant grown from seed. Color slides
Evening ClassesPleasing .. .;. .t. ....;:. ; r i i reached the stage of mental maturity of local garden scenes were shown

In case you're wondering what where he must decide for by Mrs. H, C. Graham.
TeachersSchool that pile. of black stuff is-don't"' -'L .himself whether or not he wants to Luncheon hostesses at the meet-
$:xf :[ learn, Principal Henderson said. ing were Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Sr.,
longer-it represents
worry any
1150 tons of concrete placed in one I Here we have a couple of school I[ Th?' trouble with many .high Mrs. D. M. Hillier, Mrs. C. C. Lem-
officials are pleased with heap to test one piling at the sugar men. The chap with glasses is H. H. :school students is that they wake ondsand.. Mrs L L Shirley.Extension .
the public response to the eight mill and refinery site at Bryant I I I Austin, principal of the Pahokee j i I up to their responsibilities top late, -S S a-

study.courses being offered by the where the U. S. Sugar Corporationis Elementary School and his partneris I[ graduate with low grades, then Given
Evening Classes Division of Palm planning some mammoth instal of course,the man on the school .[ blame their high school when they
Beach Junior College at Belle Glade latiqns. You'll note the derrick sign at the elementary school. Prin- 1 I cannot make passing grades inI
High School, according to Pellon alongside that was used to stackup cipal Austin was on his way'to the I I their first year college courses, :ie Pahokee Farms he
regular weekly meeting of the Rotary : I I
Morris, BG High PrincipaL The enrollment the heavy concrete blocks. It ,
in the classes, which i l I club when he passed the sign The Lions discussed at the meet-
might be said that the piling tests
'., night than I at the same time the photographercame tentative for their an-.
started Monday more have been satisfactory. ing plans TALLAHASSEE- An extension
.- ., l justifies the offering of the cour- --- I II along. nual collection of funds to cover until May 1 of a lease on Pelican \
ses. Mr. Norris said. .rot%. ,,...7- 'costs of lighting the streets of the Bay land to Pahokee Farms, Inc..
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are still being accepted r who held a lease on the 2,920 acre
through the coming week, the soon- 4swvr fi7 I Heart Attack Told tract, for 20 years, $30,000 for
er the enrollment the better for the pumps.
student. Tuition is the same as for a Ar'" r t A short course on "Controlled In delaying effective date for the

evening classes on the PBJC campus. I 1 Diets" will be held at the PahokeeI lease the state loses five months

>x vi.{ ri A: :. I I High School under the auspices of I II rent, or approximately $45,000.

The schedule for the eight tiYrV...fMa. t +'Yi:.,< r. S ywnY the Heart Association. The course However, rentals to be paid by 4
courses: Mondays-Introduction to I will consist of four classes of two Pahokee Farms from.May 1 to Dec.
Education, Room 4, and Freshman hours each to be held on Mar 7, 9, 31 will amount to $72,000. l'
Communications, Room 5; Tues "e'{ F i,114 and 16. Subjects such as controlled I The agreement was worked out

days-Accounting Principles, Room I fats and calories low sodium in a private meetng last week !
14, Basic Algebra, Room 4, and and bland diets will be taught by between Pahokee Farms Inc. and ,
Human Institutions Room 5; Wed- I I Miss Mary Anne Marshbourne, nu- the Internal Improvement I Fund. i
nesdays-Fundamentals of Speech, triton specialist. She will be assist- Attorney'General: Richard Ervin .
Room 4, and General Psychology, ,ed by Mrs. Latham, who will demonstrate -. said the state will lose about 35. ,.
Room 5; Thursdays-College .Algebra 4 the preparation of some of 000 on the overall deal but termed

Room 4. An speaking of pioneers.here is the foods described in the course. the settlement. .a good deal. I
Persons interested in enrolling another one at his daily routine cf a- f I!
for any of these courses may do Here we have one of the Glades dispensing Good Gulf Gasoline. "Now it's Pepsi For Those Who: More people are killed by bee I !
so at either the Pahokee or Belle area pioneer residents striped Ray Hawk;,Sr, has been a residentof Think 'Youn will be theme of a stings than by snake bites each
Glade High School offices.: overalls and all on his way to the Canal Point for many, many new advertising-promotional campaign year. says Rosa, Allen, renowned
Rotary club in Pahokee.. As if you years and has been selling this par- for the Pepsi-Cola Co. It will authority on reptiles of Silver
.. ,Mr. and Mrs. Frank Friend haveas didn't know, it Is. that up-to-the- ticular product for more than'ten I replace Pepsi's "Be Sociable" cam- Springs. Bees often inject a toxic I
a. guest her sister Mrs Violet minute Frigidaire dealer, Olaf Boe years from his familiar, station'. in paign which has been running for substance iDto'Ute1r victims along ;
White of Savannah, Go of Pahokee. ; Canal Point. two years. with their stingers ". '
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. Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida \ Friday, February 24, 1961
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Thomas- Elliotts To ,Special Classes I Susan Johnson Oft. '

Move To MississippiMr : Spanish PlannedClasses Dean's List At FSU

.and Mrs. Thomas Elliott are in Conversational Span- Miss Susan Griscom Johnson, ,

moving next month to Meridian ish and English for new Americans II daughter of Mrs. C. G. Johnson of
Miss., after many years of residence I'I were organized at the local higttl Pahokee was one of the studentsat

in ,Pahokee. Mr. Elliott, who,school Tuesday evening with the* Florida State University with
rI"I has been in' the used car business I j[first meeting of the Conversational !high scholastic ratings named on

- at Belle Glade will be employed by I Spanish class set for next Monday j the dean's list for the past semester -
the Noble C. Faulk Enterprises at evening February 27th and the). Susan graduated from Pahokee
v Meridian. -Mrs. Elliott has been :English for New Americans class High School in 1957 and is now a

. employed in the offices of Winn- :set for Wednesday evening March I,junior at FSU where she is majoring -
Dixie Stores, Inc., at Canal Point 1st. Both classes will meet at 7:00.1) Ji J: in education. She is a member
for the past five years. I i Registration is still open. :of the Phi Mu Sorority. v

The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida The Elliotts were honored at a I I Mr. Martin V. Campbell, Director .

farewell party and picnic dinner of the Department of Adult an:l DONATES TO CLUB
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF given by members of the Church of I Veterans Education for the
.. I'I County A. R. (Slim) Carney of Miami,
Christ at the Belle Glade City Park. .! Schools states that a great deal of
: THE EVERGLADES NEWS Mrs. Elliott was also honored at a interest has been shown in two oth-!,I advertising novelties salesman, (
( dessert bridge given by :Mrs. C. A. er classes. Speech Improvementand was a guest at the Tuesday lunch-
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' .. Serving the Lake Okeechpbee Fanning Region Without Major and Mrs. O. R. Bleech at Reading Improvement. If the eon meeting of the Pahokee Lions

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years Mrs. Malor's home in Pahokee. demand is great enough these two Club. Mr. Carney told the Lions ]

Established March II, 1924 .- Published Every Friday --- additional courses wilt be offered why it is his policy to give 10 percent -
AT MOORE HAVEN MEET at this time. Anyone interested in of the profit pf every sale
, Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance
"; The Pahokee Chapter, Order of j these courses should call the High made in Pahokee to their club-he

The Everglades-News Entered at the Post Office. Eastren Star, was represented at i I School for further information and likes to' assist in their commendable

In Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter I: the installation ceremony for new I be present at the School MondayI work in sight conservation and .

. / :1 officers-of the Moore Haven OES evening, February, 27th. I other public service projects. Any
Paul Rardin ,- _- Owner, Editor, Publisher I Chapter Saturday+"night by ,Mrs. I I business firm or individual in need I

I Ruth Meredith,Mrs.Judy Sapp ani I Richard Tillis was confined to of advertising novelties can con- ,

Mrs. Emma Wheeler Betty Williams ToWed I Mrs. Jenny :McKinstry, Mrs. Sapp I Ills home with the measles the past tact Mr. Carney through any mem-
... was! installing chaplain.! week. I ber of the club. (
Honored At LuncheonMrs. Earl L. Norris' I 1

Christine Elliott honoredher The engagement of Miss Betty y 7 y w ywfyw7 wreff* I

mother Mrs. Emma Wheele, Williams daughter of Mrs. M. L..

,. and mothers of friends at a mother- Barfield of Canal Point and ;Leon

daughter luncheon at her home on I Williams of Havana, :Fla., to Earl
East Main. Spring flowers were L. Norris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur fljfls

used by the hostses in the table W. Norris of Norfolk Va."has i

decorations. Other mothers and been announced by her parents.The "

daughters attending were Mrs. bride-elect a graduate of Phone 511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade ,
Catherine Boynton of Canal Point Pahokee High Shool,'Class of 1960,
and Mrs. Anna Faulk of Belle is also a graduate of a busine39
'. Glade, Mrs. Tish Daughtery of college in Tallahassee.
Indiantown and Mrs.. Charlotte Mr. Norris.who joined the U.S. t '
Walston of Pahokee, Mrs. Saran Air Force after graduating from I I / Heating* Air Conditioning Appliancesmake i

Hendrickson of New York and Mrs. Vinson High School, Huntingdon,

Ethel Johnson of Pahokee. West Va., attended the USAF ;g/JtVgjttX8jJtX8jttV8Att\84tVg t I I I l.ij1MI IWi.V; 4jIYII.YPMliY; )i.VIM.1iW i.ViiyIYIM.4jIW, ; tlP 1jl.M:

radio school at Keesler" AF3,
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,_ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Biloxi Miss., and served overseas
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF for two years 4n Japan. He Is now \
COUNTY. stationed at Holloman-AFB in, New JI I flameless
IN CHANCERY NO. 61-C-131C Mexico. electricity \

PEARL BARNES. :. The+ wedding will take place rot I I \
Plaintiff :
vs. : the Bible Baptist Church, Alamot"I h. work for you! \
HERMAN Defendant BARNES. :: !I gordo, N. M":, June 17.
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TO: HERMAN Box 282 BARNES 'f L ,- Miss Patsy Mims To i the "matchless
Marked Tree. Arkansas Jour" :
,You are hereby notified that Pearl Wed. J.,R. OrlandoThe : \
Barnes has filed a Bill of Complaint for' t,
divorce against you and you are requlred -< -
to serve a copy of your answer to the engagement of Miss Patsy .
complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. X "
Thadd Whldden. P. O.Box 705, Pahokee. Louise Mims, daughter of Mr. and will free you from washday drudgery...give i
Florida and file, the original answer in Mrs. Louis F. Mims of Pahokee to
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
..' Court of Palm Beach County. Florida, James Richard Orlando of Sanford, you extra time for your family and more'I
on or before the 27th day of February. Fla., 'has been announced by her I,
1961: 11 you faU so to do judgment by enjoyable activities/
default will be taken against you for I parents. He is the son of Mrs. \
the relief demanded In the complaint. ;
Judith West
Orlando Wellington
Dated January 26 1961.J. Economical to use.
ALEX ARNETTE Chicago Ill., and Vincent J. Orlando .
I Clerk of Circuit Court West Drummond also
(Circuit Court Seal) : Pace! I
By Thaddle P, Plant. Chicago.The .

Publish: Jan..27. Feb.Deputy 3,.10, 17.Clerk 1961. bride-elect" graduated from Ii i- :i
Thadd Whidden Pahokee High School in 1960 and
Attorney for PlaintiffP. iI
O. Box 705 is now attendingJones Business

Pahokee. Florida College, Orlando Fla. I BUY NOW I Ia
Mr. Orlando is a graduate of .
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Class of 1959. Following graduationhe \

joined the U. S. Navy and at. ELECTRIC ; ,
present is stationed at the Naval .
Jet Air Base' Training Center at f CLOTHES WASHER

Sanford. I washes cleaner... keeps clothes -
The wedding is being planned for I
i new-looking longer. I
early April.Baptist I"


Meet In Canal PointThe
1 ends lifting, lugging and hanging...
Is surer than Florida sunshine.
Hannah Scoggin-Annie Jones
Circle of the Canal Point Baptist 0

VMS met at the home of Mrs. H.
G. Rodgers at Bryant for their .
February meeting. The meetingwas does professional Ironing >"'
$.15 'Thursday Feb. 16 at' 8 p. m. while you sit relaxed. '
t :Mrs. J. E. Rodgers was hostess! c.

Bun Un11 Mrs. D. P. Hughes; General Prayer I I .
Chairman was in charge of the WATER HEATER J I+

Rom program. no flamo, no fumes..clean, safe,.modern. .,
The circle unit theme was Alcohol I

--'' and Narcotics education, and (
ADM: 2-S' FREE PARKING the February program topic was Modern rural homes have FLAMELESS auto- n .
or Responsibility. Mrs. '
Charles Maxson'gave the devotion I matic ALL ELECTRIC. Laundries. Y 1
al. Others taking part on program '
DAILY DOUBLE 1st 2ndluxuttous were Mrs. J. S. Atkins and Mrs. C.,I On the farm and in the home- REDDY is / }

D. Stewart. Mrs. Charles Maxson, your full-time. helper for part-time wages :-? t
CLUBHOUSEKENNEL Circle Chairman presided the .
-the biggest bargain In your budget..F.q
business session, and ,plans, were : ;1
made tor the Week of Prayer for '
Home Mission March 6-10. 7/UUI/ !BETTER*
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Small adhesive telephone stickers / ) ift ECIR I t 11 11See

were given each member
CLUB : pres- _
a ent as a prayer reminder for Home your electrical appliance dealer and enjoy washday freedom 1. 1t,
Missions. was announced that -
meeting will be at the '
BELVEDERE RD.V home of Mrs: S. A. Nail With Mrs.J. HELP/N6, BUILD FLORIDA i ,

; H. Strayer In charge.of the pro J .
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I .'Page! Four': The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday; February'24, 1961 )

Janette Harrington of 'Canal Miss Alice Joyce Spencer of
Bill Elam HonoredBy
Point and Josephine Young of I Tallahassee is at home with her

II 1-.PERis.oNAl NEWS NOTES ] Port Mayaca were among those parents; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer Phi Sigma, U of Ga.
who attended the music clinic at in Pahokee this week.

Palm Beach High School Saturday.The Bill Elam of Wheeler County was
., Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Putenal and /
w ". recently honored by election to
Palm Beach Shrine Club presented family Df New Smyrna Beach are I
Chris Shirley returned home the Roger Watson visited his par- t membership in the PHI SIGMASociety ,
I J a play, "He That Believeth", guests here,of her parents Mr. and
first of the week from Good Samaritan ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Watson, in 'I of the University of Geor-
at the meeting of Everglades Lodge Mrs. Lewis Vann. this week.
Hospital where he was a pa- Pahokee while on a brief leave: gia. He is a Senior. The PHI SIGMA -
211, F&AM In' the Masonic Hall, I
tient for.several days. from Hunter Air Force Base, Savannah WM Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas had Society is a national honorary I
Pahokee. J. H. Bordeaux, presided -
Ga. as guests over the weekend their I biological society dedicated to the
at the,meeting. Refreshmentswere I
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carpenter re-
I. promotion of research in the biological
daughter Miss Nancy Thomas. and -
turned the first of the week from Mrs.< J,. E. Carter of Jacksonville, served after the meeting by I : sciences.
Bob Meyer of Miami.
a visit with their son-in-law and is staying with per brother and Harlan Sears. I Selection of new members is bas- I

daughter: Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bor- I sister-in-law, Mr: and 'Mrs. M. D. Mrs. Lee Wroten was hostess at I Ia Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cardin and'family I ed on interest and participation in \

gnaes. at Tallahassee. '. Geiger, at Canal Point while Mrs. of Miami were repent, guests; I research in the sciences
coffee held at her home, honoring: i biological \
Geiger is recuperating from an ill- here of his son, Weldon Cardin and
Elmer and academic record with B
:Miss Patsy Mims, accompaniedby her sister-in-law Mrs. B.I. a or
ness. Mr. and Mrs. E. O.
her fiance', Jimmy Orlando, of Elliott, of Meridian, Miss., who is Winch. higher average being required. The

Sanford, spent the weekend in Pa Mrs. Henry Moore entertained at the house guest here of her parents, I Betty Echols and Teryl Echols, activities of the society include

hokee, with her parents, Mr. .and I the, Blakey Kindergarten the first Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wilson. cousins, spent the weekend with bi-weekly seminars with programs
Miss Mims is I of the week, honoring her son, conducted by outstanding scient.
F. Mims.
Mrs. L. < .Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hale returned their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
student at Jones Business College.I Henry, Jr., who was celebratinghis home at D. H. Cammack, at Fort Myers. ists, informal workshops, laboratory -
this week to their
-Orlando.Mr. sixth. birthday anniversary. The [ field trips, and sponsoring and
hostess served refreshments to 30 Southern Pines, N. C.'after a visit Among those who attended the aiding, scientific endeavors on the
< and Mrs. G. W. Byrd had as guests. of two months with :Mr. and Mrs. Orchid Show at the Bayfront Park I campus.

\ guests over the weekend his brother H..J. Anderson. Auditorium in Miami Saturdaywere j I Mr. Elam is the son of Mr. and

and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.C. Airman :3-c Wayne Wagnon has James Alfred Holmes of Good-' Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, Mrs. I]i I Mrs. W. B. Elam of Glenwood Ga..

E.. Byrd, of; Tallahassee and returned to Hunter. AFB; Savan- water, Ala., is visiting his sister, I Frank Friend, Mrs. Leo Maxwell and formerly of-Canal Point. I
cousin, Mrs. T. J. Casisseoux, of nah, Ga., after a brief visit with Mrs. Tommie Lee DuBose, in Paho- : and Mrs. Violet White. I I --_..e.Janette .---
Madison, Fla.Michael his 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. f:. ,
Wagnon, in Pahokee. kee. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Winch and I Harrington i iI

Elliott, son of Mr, and Mr and Mrs. Delmar Hooks had
\ Mrs. J. l\{. Elliott, is confined to Mrs. J. L. Reeves has returned here Mrs.of Leona her son Casto, W. ,D.house Casto guest, and I as guests Saturday, Mr.< and Mrs. !1| Judges Poultry f fI

his home with the chickenpox this from vacation spent with her son family for the past month, has returned A. F. Hooks, Sr., and ],{r.. and Mrs.
week. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J I Janette Harrington, president of
to her home at Poca, West Audie Hooks and children of Clew-
Albert Graves, and family at Augusta iston. the Girls 4-H County Council, was i
Mr. and Mrs. Guy McClure of Ga. Va. one of the members of the Palm '
Thomas, Okla., and Fort Pierce are 1 Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall haveas Mrs. Fred Woodcock, who spent Beach County 4-H poultry-judging ,
visiting his brother and'sister-in- Mr. and Andre .Janet and guests'her brother and sisterinlaw several days in West Palm Beach team at the State Fair in Tampa
law, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nash, Connecticut Mr. and, Mrs. Floyd Robersonof during the illness of her sister-in- last week. Others on the team were

here this week. C' residents' wintering at Juno Blackshear, Ga. law, Mrs. Lane Woodcock, has returned John Hendry and Harry Labradorfof

Mrs. Bertha Finley has returned Beach visited Mr. /hand Mrs. P." B to her home in Pahokee. I LakeVorth..
Williamson and Mrs. Lizzie Kirkey Mr. and ,Mrs. Ray Smith were I As a group the team placed four ;
visit with her
from a two-month here the past week. guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lloyd Hundley spent Thurs- in the poultry-judging contests. ,
son-in-law and daughter, Capt. W. L. Smith, at Plant City and day of last week inVest Palm rth individual judging Harry was ,

')and Mrs. Andy Rasmussert. at Alvin Armstrong and family oC uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Beach attending a workshop of the in eighth place and Janette, ten ;

Bradenton Beach. Hialeah spent Sunday with his parents Smith, at Lacoochee over the week- American Cancer. ....Society. th. The team was accompanied to t
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been ill at the Everglades Memorial strong at Pahokee. r Miss Elizabeth CATTLE JUDGING TEAM County agricultural agent, and: \

Hospital, is. now convalescing Mr.:and Mrs. Marion Wright and Humphries re In the Future Farmers of America Miss Mary Todd, County home y
J. at the home of her son-in-law and children, Larry and Barbara, of Sunday evening from a visit cattle-judging contests at the demonstration agent. \

I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Rardin Avenue, Pahokee; were received ,with friends at Homestead. On Saturday I State Fair in Tampa the Pahokee ,

Rashley at Belle: Glade.. as new members of the Pa- accompanied by Mrs. Mar- FFA Chapter entered Tommy Holt, VISITS PARENTSAirman
hokee First Methodist Church Sun garet Cook and Miss Carolota Fer 3-c James, Maxwell }js t
Mrs. Dave Lovell has .returned Calvin Watson and Edward Foun-
nandez-Morrello she visited the spending a 30-day leave with his 1
? home from St. Mary's Hospital, day.Mr. Barry College for Girls at Miami tain .as a judging team in the beef.
West Palm Beach, where she"'retr and Mrs. G. L. Lanham ha'9as Shores. cattle contest, and Bobby Kennedy, I I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Maxwell ,

cel1.tly': underwent eye ,surgery. a guest last weekend their Calvin Watson and Edward:: Fountain I in Pahokee while being trans-

Mrs. Ada Culberson is home daughter Miss Samilee Lanham of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillis expectto I as a team in the dairy cattle ferred from Lackland Air Force ]J

again after spending two weeks Miami. have as guests this weekend her I contest. Ratings of teams will not I Base, Texas, to Germany where he \1
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and i be announced until next month
W. O. ac- expects to be stationed for the next
with her daughter, Mrs. Gene Pickren visited his family Mrs. Lawrence Jaudon, and fam- I I cording to N. R. Norman, advisor j three years. He will leave for Germ-
Stamps, at Opa IxTcka. at Tallahassee last. weekend. ily of Wauchula. I I of the Pahokee Chapter. i I any on March 10. ,

,i J Mrs. Ruby Lee Justice is moving

|I this week from Pahokee- West .1

Palm Beach where she will make '(
her home with her sister, Mrs.

Rosabel Weaver. .t.. a \

I Mrs. Kathryn Lackey has returned +'. 'S' ''' .ii5; :$Srg.q; $ 'S I

to her home at Minlow Park

\ H Calif., after a visit here with 'Mrs. .

Lula Barfield.v
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4 as'guests Major and Mrs Earl Bryant ;; :(:.
former West Palm Beach resi- > \

dents now living in Dover, Del. NN':.' ,

J Carmen Salvatore, HI, is spend- 44

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Mrs. Bea Salvatore, :: : <: '" ''' .
his mother, ? ; :,' .... ,:r; ', .. 1
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for Frankfurt, Germany, where he

will be stationed by the Army for A

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have returned from a vacation tour n
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of Southwestern U. S. and Mexico; 1sy'

spending.most of the two months IF. .9
they were gone at Tuscon, Ariz.

j .. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Wright :," )!,

. of Stockbridge, Mich., and Clear- ..
I water'are guests here this week of

their cousins, Mrs. Helen Schrod-
I I t er and Mrs. Edith McWilliams. .

I I. Mrs. C. L. Wilder was honored .5'n"

l on her birthday anniversary at a x. ::

coffee given by Mrs. O. R. Bleech
and Mrs. Gene Butler at Mrs.

Bleech's home on Bacom Point Rd.

Joe Dalton has returned to Atlanta -

Ga., after a visit here with -
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.

B. Crosby. y .

YS Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Strayer will

, have as guests this weekend their
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and

Mrs1 Don McKinnon of Miami and

1 his parents ..Mr. and Mrs. D. E. As much a part of Florida s

McKinnon of Detroit, Mich. .

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g.s oranges on < ;
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: Canal Point The Church Of God Christian Science

: Baptist Church Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Group Of Canal Point

I Rev. Charles D.: Stewart, Pastor. Point Road 'How the application of Christ

SUNDAY; Jesus' to
teaching daily living
John H. Kinard, pastor
t 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School brings increased blessings to man- \
10:00: a. m.-Sunday School
. 11:00 a. m..-Morning Worship Service kind will be emphasized at Chris-
11:00 a. m.-Preaching
6:30 p. m.-Training Union. Service tian Science services Sunday.
7:30 7:45 p. Evangelistic
p. m.-Evening Worship
the selections
Among Scriptural
WEDNESDAY 8:00 p. m. Tuesday V. L. B.
: to be read in the Lesson-Sermcn
7:30 p. :Prayer Meeting. 8:00 p. m.!J'hursday-W. M. B.
__ entitled "Christ-Jesus" is the pass-
a! Everyone welcome. Special .music
ages in which the Master states: I

The Pahokee ChurchOf and sineinsr.- A "Whosoever .cometh to me, and II

heareth my sayings, and doeth
The Nazarene
The Methodist Church I
them I will shew you to whom ne

---r- Canal Point Florida is like: he is like a man which
71 Bacom Point Road I
f j I built an house, and digged deep, .
Charles F. Crauswell Pastor
I. Robert A. Shelley, Pastor and laid the foundation on a rock"
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882
10:00 a. m.-Church School Correlative passages from "Sci i
9:45 School.
: a. m.-.8unday
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I ence and Health with Key to the I

6:30 p. m.-Juniors. 6:30: p. m.-Youth'Fellowship Scriptures"' by Mary Baker Eddy I

7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship include this (15:28-30): : "Practice

Evangelistic Service. MONDAY: net profession, understanding-
WEDNESDAY: 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice belief, gain the ear and right handof I
...7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer TUESDAY: omnipotence and they assuredly ,
meeting. : 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st call down infinite blessings." CLEWISTON Billy Graham, at the Clewiston High School

".Where you are a stranger but Tuesday a&: world-acclaimed evangelist, will Athletic field where the service
once". 2nd MONDAY: will be held. The committee is
I 7:30 p. m-Esther Class meeting Mrs. Pearl Agner Has take time out from his Miami Cru- .
planning; to' place additional seats
First MethodistChurch WEDNESDAY- : 75th; Birthday PartyMrs. sade to bring the word of Christ I on the field itself in addition to
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting here March 13.
on Monday night the stadium stands. Thus an over-

Pahokee I Pearl Agner was honoredon Graham has often expressed a''. flow crowd which is expected can

St Mary's Catholic her 75th birthday anniversaryat desire to preach to an audience in I be accommodated.
Rev. T. C. O'Steen a surprise party given by her a smaller community and to members Graham and his representativesas

SUNDAY: Church daughter, Mrs. Homer S. Barnes, at of the Seminole Indian'tribes. well as clergymen and busi-

9:45 a. m.-church School Mrs.: Barnes' home on Bacom Point i Both desires will be'fullfilled when ness people in Clewiston. have ex-

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship. Father Francis Fennech,.Pastor Road. Among the.75 guests attend- he speaks in Clewiston.An tended a cordial invitation to resi-

6:45 p. m.-MYF Sunday Mass 11:30 a..m. ing were Mrs. Agner's son and arrangements committee as dents in nearby cities and towns to

7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship Confessions before :Mass. daughter-in-lawt Mr. and Mrs. J. been formed to place seating for attend the service which will start '

TUESDAY: D. Agner, and children of Chicago, the Seminoles in-a position of honor at 7:30 o'clock.
7:00 p. m.-VeSPer Choir prac-
ticeWEDNESDAY ,First BaptistChurch Ill., .and son and daughter-in-law, III

: Mr. and Mrs. Merle Agner of Indi- Week Of Mission Book, The Dreamer Com-

7:45 p. m.-MId-week devotions Pahokee anapolis, Ind. The hostess was assisted -.t Prayer eth,'by Carleton, will be taught by

8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac SUNDAY SERVICES by her sisters, Mrs. Buster Plans DiscussedMrs. Mrs.Richard Heller, .President of
tice.Canal : Kilpatrick and Mrs. Ray Gray and the Association WMU on Thursday

; 11:00 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School her sisters-in-law, Mrs. J. D. Agner i D. P. Hughes, General night March 9 at the church. The
a. m.Morning Worship .
Point First 6:45p.. m.-Training Union and Mrs. Merle Agner.Classified. I Prayer Chairman for the Canal time of this book study will be announced t

) Point Baptist WMS had.a committee later.Buddy .
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship .
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Baptist Church WEDNESDAY: ; meeting at the Church Feb. 15 ;

to discuss plans for-the Week of .
8:00 p. -Prayer Meeting. Lampi Has -
J&derR. E.Barfield Ads Prayer for Home Missions to be
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SUNDAY: held March 6 through March 10. Fractured Arm

10:00: a. .-Sunday School Church Of God The following dates are to be usedin
FOR SALE: New and used Willys
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship the week of prayer. Monday, Robert O. (Buddy) Lampi, II,
Barfield Highway Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. :March 6 at 3 p. m. Tuesday :March Pahokee, High School sophomore,
,. in Belle Glade Phone 3058. .
8:00 p. .-Evening Worship ,7, 9:30 a. m. Wed. March 8 at 7:30 suffered an arm fracture duringhis
9:45 A. M.-Sunday School Oct.
WEDNDESDAY: P. M. Thursday March 9 at 9:30a. : physical education period at
11:00 M.
A. ;Morning Worship
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. B. (Par SUBSCRIPTIONS are due 17.54-Ch.1 m. and Friday night at 7:30. I the school Monday afternoon. The

Service sonage) name label shows you The lone Patterson Circle will injury occured as. he was playing

2nd"and 4th TUESDAYS: 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship arrear on payment. Send along be in charge of the Monday and J 'catch" with a baseball and fell as

7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30... M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting that $2.00 payment now and we Thursday programs. The Hannah he was running for the ball, land-

\ Meeting.- will continue to send you this great Scoggin-Annie Jones Circle will I ing on his left arm and fracturingthe

i 7:30 P. .M. Friday-Children's palladium of the family fireside. present the programs on Tuesday, I forearm. The son of Bandmast-

Holy Nativity Church. The Everglades News, Canal Point, morning and Wednesday and Fri- ,er and Mrs. R. O. Lampi, he is one

Church 7:30 P. M. Friday-Y. P. E. Fla. day nights. All meetings will be at of the ace trombonists in the PItS
the church.It Band and is going to be missed un-
PahokeeM. ROOMS for rent? If you I
has been announced that the til he is able to play again.
St.'Peter's Lutheran have one, get in touch with this

. Wendell Hainlin, Vicar newspaper and insert a $1 classi- ------ -- --!
f SUNDAY: Church, Belle Glade ified ad. It will get results. All ads

! 10 a. m.-Sunday School payable in advance. The EvergladesNews ffffinnnn

, 11 a. m.-Worship. Service. August Koerber, Pastor' Canal Point, Fla.
w -*b -- I 601 W. Lake Rd.. Belle Glade
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lampi and SUNDAY: APARTMENTS are needed by

l his mother, Mrs. Lampi, were visitors Divine Services 11 A. M. many folks coming into this area Air Travel Is Fast \
to one
earn a living. Do you have Sy
,in Lake Worth Sunday._ School 9:45 A. M
s for rent? Tell them and the world
; -- .through 'a $1 classified ad in these
f 1i'l"\1'tITt'' l t t"it'trr' ,' l ,:trr,'t"i'trr'trr' ,trr"t7'if' ,Jf ,!, 'lml't\'t7'' ''''t ,imti'ITflttJf columns. Send along a descriptionof

I the apartment and a $1 bill and
we'll do the rest. The EvergladesNews
Canal Point, Fla.

I'I gI I N .f'lrI04': l '1Jttl tER'tIFIED $400 SPARE MONTHLY TIME -" C Is

33s Refilling and collecting money .

: I; I from New Type high quality coin

i IS OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN 1I 1 operated dispensers in this area.

f I I 120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN I I No selling.To ..

1 qualify you must have car,
!1- I"E WORK FOR TIlE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF 1 references, $600 to $1900 cash. a. ,.

i CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES I' Seven to twelve hours weekly can y

net up to $400 monthly. More full
time. Foe personal interview writeP.
I O. Box 6340 Minneapolis, Minn.
I Include phone number. .

.FOR RENT: 40 ft x 50 ft. W&t"C-1 .
t I I house. Iquire at Pioneer Lumber E ,

-, SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. I I I Company, 310 S. Barfield Highway.:M3ch I i!

Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON I I FOR.SALE. : Sugarcane. standing I. BELLE GLADE PAHOKEE -

I" in field, mixed varieties for i) Office Hours Other Day or Nite :,

AHOKEE-BELLE, GLADE ROAD stock feed only. See or call B. A., Phone WY 6-2086 Phone 3871 '

. PHONE WY 6-S028 GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGER Belcher, Supt. U. S. Sugar Cane' .
Field Station, Canal Point; Phone

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Friday.February;: 24. 1961' The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Page Seven '

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} Bud Dickinson To I I HOME DEDICATION Phone Company ManIs

,More than 50'persons attendedthe ui.1i
s Speak State Chamber dedication ceremony for the State Chairman : Ii7 aII4w
1 Meeting In Demand new home of Mr. acid Mrs. WalterS. Radio Free Europe

:, Cross at Third and EvergladesAve. -
., Canal Point, Sunday after- .
DELANI> -Fred O. Dickinson of Ciaude J, Yates, Vice Presidentand
noon. Those from out of town were
t West Palm Beach chairman of the II
General Manager of Southern
Mrs. L. W:Mullis of Pahokee, Mr.

Florida Development Commission's and Mrs. G. W.'McClure, Mrs Ed- Bell Telephone Company, Jacksonville -
Council of 100, will be luncheon
ward Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. has been named State, Chair- .
speaker at a State Chamber cf
Litchfielld Mrs. Elsie the
Scruggs I
Commerce regional meeting here man of the Radio Free Europe Fund
Rev. Hugh J. Rudder, the Rev. Ed-
March 8.Businessmen. (Crusade for Freedom).
ward H. Straner, Mr. and :Mrs.
from throughout The announcement was made
Jack Little all of Belle Glade, and
the Chambers- 11-county Fifth by Charles E. Daniel of Greenville,
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Branyon of
District and Volusia County will Melbourne. South Carolina, Regional Chairmanof

join members in discussing eco- the Radio Free Europe Fund.

nomic proposals which should be Mr. Yates succeeds John M. Fox

pushed for passage before the 1961 !I OutstandingMen of Orlando, Chairman of the 1940 I I i

state legislature and 87th sessionof : Radio Free Europe Fund Committee '.. < ; "

Congress. I'Named In Florida in Florida W. B. Murphy, Pres- I \4 .i..i'

& Dickinson will be one of several I ident of Campbell Soup Company, I Ir." :

top Florida speakers being sched- I PANAMA CITY-James Kynes, is National Chairman of the Radio j;
uled the The former MASTODONS, SABER-tOOTHED TIGERS. .
pn agendia. Jr., executive assistant to Gov. Free Europe Fund.
state senator and newly-elected I Radio Free Europe is a privately RHINOCEROSES AND EVEN CAMELS ONCE ROAMED ACROSS ..
Farris Bryant, headed a,list of five FLORIDA. WHEN
director of the State Chamber is managed and supported opera THEY DIED, THEIR BONES BECAME PART OF
to out' : men named recently by the Florida I r THE RICH AND*VALUABLE PHOSPHATE DEPOSITS FORMED AT
expected lay specific plans tion beaming its broadcasts into THAT TIME.Today.
\\M of the Development Commission's Junior Chamber of Commerce as the Iron Curtain countries of Hun I I I

r Council of 100, particularly in the the state's most outstanding men gary Bulgaria, Poland,
area of tourist promotion. of 1960. slovakia, and Romania. Czecho-I I .

The meeting, co-sponsored by The others were A. Worley Free Europe Fund supports this I VISITORS TO THE NEW

the DeLand Chamber of Commerce, Brown, chairman of the Florida Industrial broadcasting operation through an PHOSPHATE VALLEY

'will begin at 10 A. M. in the Stetson .I l Commission; State Representatives annual public information and fund EXPOSITION EDUCATIONL', AN

University' Student UnhraBuilding. :I Welborne Daniel of program.Mr. jyflJ .
The DeLand and State :. Clermont and Reubin Askew of Yates has formerly served as BARTOW, CAN SEELIFESIZE'RECREATIONS
Chambers are hoping for an attend-I I Pensacola, and Miami attorney Duval County Chairman of Radio c

ance in excess or 300. "I William Corson. Free Europe and'last October was OFMANYPREHISTORIC'-

The Chamber Fifth District is I They received awards from the one of the sixty' Americans mak- FLORIDA ANIMALS 1 '

composed- of Gilchrist, Alachua, ;1 state Jaycee president ,L. M. ing*an inspection of Radio Free AND THEIR FOSSILIZED -i

Putnam Levy Marion, Citrus, Johnston, Jr:, of Pompano Beach. Europe facilities in Munich and REMAINS. .

Sumter, Lake, Seminole, Orangeand Former Sen. Fred Dickinson of Berlin, Germany, and Lisbon, Portugal -
Osceola Counties. West Palm Beach commended them I I I
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.. for their achievements. In announcing :Mr. Yates' appointment I. .. .

Sheriff J. W. (Jimmy) Turner of Mr. Daniel underscoredthe |
Levy County was recently elected GENERAL MEETINGThe urgency of the Radio Free |I I Bandmaster Robert O. Lampi's I Prosperity Is Just

president of the Florida Sheriffs General meeting of the Ca- Europe Fund campaign by noting | 45-piece Pahokee High School took Around The Corner
Association at the nal Point WMS will be at that,90 per cent of the persons liv-i
a meeting of Baptist I part in the parade at the annual
group in.Mount Dora. the church Feb. 27 at 8 p. m. ing in target areas behind the Iron j Edison Pageant of Light at Fort TALLAHASSEE-State Budget
"'-, Curtain listen regularly to Radio
_;-; h .Free Europe. "The loyalty of these I'I Myers Saturday night. The band, Director Harry Smith says 'prosperity -
accompanied by :Mr. and Mrs. in Florida is just around the
peoples to the free word ;
1[Lampi and Miss Ellen : ,
is evident by their loyalty to Radio corner .
: :... Free Europe itself," Mr. Daniel i jl I I made the trip to Fort Myers in a I In a special report to the governor

i chartered bus. and cabinet, Smith said all signs
said. "I am sure that with Mr. I I
?A r',' :ik\ ;t j.at. j. Yates' fine leadership the people of ,\I _. .A&i point to 1961 as a "year of recov-

Florida will once again demon i AT :MOORE HAVEN ery" and to 1962 as a "year of pros-
strate their willingness to keep The Pahokee Chapter, Order of perity. ,
alive hopes for freedom and the I I Eastern Star, was represented at I Smith said he based his estimate

Christian ideals which link us with the installation ceremony for new of Florida's immediate future on
these people. r officers of the Moore Haven OES past history and on his personal .,. ...
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-. Chapter Saturday night. by Mra. knowledge of thestate's, business. .

PROCLAMATION Ruth Meredith, Mrs. Judy Sapp : cycle.R. .

s .. I and Mrs. Jenny McKinstry, Mr3. A. Riedel, new Hotel Commis-
t } 1 a ENrrx; a: 1y}>Q a The
r 1A'Cy 9' .. {. ACQe Future Farmers of Americais
> .i : } :+'e +y..e.v
+ ..Z Vin.
Sapp was installing chaplain. sioner, recently announced that
a national of
organization by ,
Florida's tourist business it.
as applies -
and for farm boys who are study-I I
to hotels and motels has been
ing vocational: agriculture the I GONE TO GEORGIAMrs.
public high schools'of the nation.A off approximately 10 per cent so
v % Paul Rardin has to
'- ; ??<*Tjix vikT* V' n gone far this
tlUs >5 / *- ,& &>>*S'v local chapter of this fine organi- Glennville, Ga., to be with her year.
<- > x l4n 30 v ?rt>*- Ray E. Green, State Comptroller,
zation is active in the P hok, ,e mother, Mrs. W. O. Strickland, following -
w- had also announced a slight reduc-
High School. I the sudden illness of Mrs. tion in sales tax collections, a true
J M yv f? CtSw?** tSFSrt' .v ? As America's future farmers, Strickland's son, Walter Stricit-
-. .. barometer of business conditions In
sS *
-fc-s s :si- > iSw-s f *?* 5 J6S5?
these young men hold in their II land, who is' a patient at the hos-
I the state from month to month.
minds and hands the progress that pital in drangeburg. S. C., receiving -

this community and this nation treatment for a severe heart TO RAISE HEART FUNDS

may make in the years to come, I attack. ...
Mrs. A. D. Beverly Mrs. Hugh
because a prosperous and productive a.
Branch and Mrs. J. T. Boynton are
agriculture is the very in charge of the fund-raising drive
tion of our American fOUnda-j
for the Heart Association in Paho
living. We will need good
kee, and Mrs. Elmer :Maxson is
in our future.
ii, chairman of the drive in Canal
As students of vocational agri- y-
"Just the word
say to' Point. The drive"started this week.
culture in high school they study

the scientific, economic, and me- --
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chanical ,aspects of modern farm .
and suddenly you're saving ing. As members of the Future

Farmers of America they learn '
through active participation how
-.t to conduct and take part in public '
r For Your Comfort
meetings; to speak in public; to

t JOIN THE 'PAYROLL :SAVINGS PLAN market farm products; to solve .

their own problems; to finance ,

r themselves and to assume civic

y WHERE YOU WORK responsibility.The We have recently installed a brand new air conditioning :Ie
population of America and I
of the world is undergoing unit to replace the one which has served
It takes only seven little words to start you on aprogram dous growth. Despite tremen-I'

,of automatic caving "Put me on the abundance of agriculture so faithfully and well. On brisk cool mornings
Payroll Savings Plan!1'"' What's more, you don't t
today it is vital to our future hap
it the store just right and on hot sultry
have to go far to say them. Just say them to your piness and security that we main- warms
He'll do all the work set aside the .
employer. : tain a supply of skilled farmers and days it cools it perfectly. : '
amount you choose from your check and deliver other agricultural workers to I

I your Bonds when you've accumulated enough for I
sure that there always will aa-I
This is just another of the efforts we make now
purchase. plenty of farm products to I

.The Bonds you buy now pay 3/% interest to our needs. Future Farmers ofj I and then trying to render to our many friends &

maturity-ancj keep earning for 10 years after America are training for this

maturity. ISo portant work. It is fitting that 1m-I patrons better service. Drop by the. next timeyou're '

saythe word. Sign up now i honor them. clown town: You'll enjoy.the atmosphere.Bolton's '
to.buy Bonds regularly where It therefore, join wish others I

you work through the Payroll throughout the nation in proclaiming '

Savings Plan. '= February 18-25,1961, to be Fu-I
ture Farmers of America

urge all people of this community Store .

t',' to become acquainted with and give Drug

!; You save more ,than money with full support to the program of vo- .

., cational education in 'agriculture,
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arid to its students, the Future REXALL DRUGS-

: U.S. Savings Bonds Farmers of America. They are the j ...
successful farmers and rural lead-
.. f JOHN BOLTON, Reg. Pharmacist Pahokee, Fla.
The U.s. Government does nut pay for this advertising.j .. era of tomorrow. I(

The _..TTasul'1Deparbnent thanks, for their patriotic Duncan Padgett'
..: donation, The Advertising Council. and Mayor of Pahokee. t&igyi&yyte -.
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Page Eight The Everglades+ News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, February, 1961

Brand New Rotarian I.H"M"I"H"i-H"H'. I I I II I I 1 11 II I Ml U I I 1'1 111 I II H II I HI II




Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

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FEBRUARY 26-27-28
FEBRUARY 26-2'7-28



(By Paul Rardin Real Estate Editor) JEFFERY HUNTER, DAVIDMARTIN & JANET LEIGH ,'

Here in this spot every now and then we will make an attempt to -Ai&O-
bring our readers up-to-date on real estate happenings in thearea
of Palm Beach County west of 20 Mile Bend in this wonderful area w. NK 4, & PATRICIA OWENS "SPOOK CHASERS"Y. .
known far and wide as the'Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region. If E Jui I '?
\ you have a real estate transaction you'd like for the world to know j.Yes. 11111111111' 11111 : I I 1111 : : 1 I 1111 : : I. Sf I 1 I 1 I I I I I J

i about, just get in touch with 'the recently appointed Real Estate
! Editor of The Everglades News.
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A new high has been set for muck do with the piece of property im 1.1.1I .
I I the
sun was exceptionally i
J land if J. G. Weeks' experience in mediately south of the bridge and I
bright the day this photo was
purchasing an acre can be any canal in Canal Point and on which
snapped. It is none.other than Pa '
Block Homes
criteria. Mr. Weeks bought one was formerly located the old pool hokee Rotary's newest Rotarian- or
acre from Lewis 'Friend on Farm- "room. C. E. Ward of West Palm
'I Rev. Robert Shelley of the Canal
ers Market Road just west of Lar- Beach sold it to Standard Oil Com-
Point Methodist Church. He was
rimore Road and the purchase price I pany of Louisville. Ky., for $23- ON YOUR LOT
making his first trip to the club
was $2500. Blanton and Unwin 000.00. The sale includes lots 1 to 4:
last week Rotarian.
as full-fledged
who recently purchased another inclusive and Lots 28 to 31 inclusiveand Shell or Finished
acre for a materials yard also paid a part of Lot 32 in Nemaha
$2500 for this plot.CubanAmerican. addition which is the area south cf Blue Devils Lose I (
No Money Down
I -:- the Canal in Canal Point. Test piling -I T '

announced plans to buy Sugar controlling Co. has I!' by Ernest were driven Maxwell on the Pahokee lot last piling week Close One To L. w. Shell .Homes we will furnish inside ma-

interest in Florida Sugar Corp. and' contractor which might mean thata
terials if desired will build
or completely
new,Standard Oil Station is to be_
will have 6,000 acres of Palm Bearh Coach Bill Howard's Pahokee
erected there in the not too distant W
County muckland in cane before future. High'Blue Devil basketball team finished block Homes.
-Christmas. The company will operate gave the visiting Lake Worth Trojans -
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a mill now being erected near 1961 Suncoast Conference Ii
Belle Glade and expects to grind its Thadd Whidden In champions a real battle Tuesday
first sugar this fall. Some 2,000 night before going down to a 59-52 I Ace Home Builders Inc.
New Law Offices
acres of cane is already growing. defeat. At the half time the,Blue
175 persons will be employed in the ::; Devils led 28-27, and were more -
mill and another 200 in the fields 1 Attorney Whidden is now than holding their own with the Call Collect FR 52529

when grinding operations begin in located in the Jones Building on, Trojans until three of the Pahokee

the fall. Field help will be increased Bacom Point Road in Pahokee starters, Sanders, Suggs and Gamble Box 383 Bowling Green, Fla. J
when the entire 6,000 acres is ready :
fouled out thus
where he,has taken a suite of of I ,
for harvesting. team. Sanders with 22 points and A
fices. He moved from the upstairs I SKiSiB 1 '. ot: 4iJ.M.'II. iWMI'i..VIJ.M.4iJY, jJ ItA. IJY VPy v>.Y 4.VP.YPJJAVJ.t. V ;
rf -;- Hundley with 15, led the scoringfor ,
A deal consummated several location in the Armstrong buildingin Pahokee. Last Friday night the .
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weeks ago on a piece of up-town an effort to make his offices Blue Devils were defeated by Belle
in Canal Glade, 43-35.In this also they III rill : 11111111I111111111111111111111 t t 1111 t III
property Point will be of more easily accessible to his pa- game r
interest to,local citizens. It has to trons. were ahead at the half time 20-14.1
The last game on the Blue Devil Yj
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court this Friday night with Na-
ples. Pahokee will participate in the I f
Class B Tournament at Okeecho-

bee Mar. '2, 3,, 4. Pahokee and
I Clewiston to meet the first roundof !

the tournament Thursday night,

March 2.Sports. ; .
being planned at Pahokee i.'
-L High School this spring include -...
baseball tennis and track. This will
I be the first year PHS has had a I
r't baseball team in a long; long time Yes Funds Are

I if ever. It will be coached: by Fred .
j.. Smith and Bob Maxson and has

22 games scheduled. Leland Keene .

I will coach the tenns- --teams. Again Available For

I March 1 Is Set For

J j Bandage Making Financing New Homes ,

1Iuz I \
: : ;;- .It-,..; I'I j Wednesday, Mar. 1, from 8:30 n.1 I Im t
to 2 p. m. has been designated
It's easier than think to
las I another day of helpfulness for you r;,
the making'of bandages and dress- 9
I I ings for cancer patients by the own your own home. Turn

BUILD AN OUTDOOR LIVING ROOM Methodist Woman's Society of
Christian Service and the Baptist those(; rent receipts into home :

Woman's Missionary Union - f
I WITH Concrete Masonry sponsors, at ,the Pahokee First payments. Come in and see us t
Methodist Church. All women of

the community are invited to joinin today. We will be happy to discuss I

\ You can build all these with this project, part time or full
time. Clean worn sheets and pillowcases home ownership + ,
concrete block! are needed. Persons having ,

: these articles for donation are ask- plans with We have help- t.
Patio Terraces I ed to contact Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, you._ !
'Fireplace chairman, who will pick them up.
Decorative Walls Steps r a-. ed a majority of Glades Folksinfinancing..letushelpyouI

Larry Grimes Hurt .
When He..Hits Car
.For quality block precision made on Steams

equipment see us today. Larry Grimes second grade pupilat

the Pahokee Elementary School .
MODERNIZE'' TODAY-FOR. RELAXATION PLAY I received minor scratches and*
bruises when he ran into the side I

of a car driven by Mrs.E. B. Game
ble at the corner of Cypress and SE I

Third St., Pahokee. He was held

i overnight at the Everglades Memorial Everglades federal
Hospital for observation be- .
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fore being dismissed Tuesday morn-
r .A
.' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson had SAVINGS
as guests the past weekend his
PHONE 7185 PHONEWY 8- U9 nephew,Merle Wilson, and 4. s. W. AVK.B" BELLJE ClJiDE IBOKX WYiniimiitmiiiimiiiiimmmttimmiT 14W?

former Canal Point famllY'1 .

,living in JllamL I r
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