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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: March 10, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
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System ID: UF00079910:00064
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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March 10, 1961 PUBLISHED WEEkLY /N- CANAL POINT BV PAUL RARDNCIRCULATING .-

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THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH CO'UNTY


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Contractor Group Savings Groups In 1 1 Poultry how Has Food Servers To Steer Feeding Is- ..

All Time Record i Meet In Belle Glade "

On Sugar Mill Job Glades EntrantsThe Glades Experiment
ORLANDO Following a year The Spring meeting of the ipalm

which ,saw savings reach an all Beach County School Food Service .
They're here? The contractor time high,the 112 savings and loan : State 4-t Club Poultry Show Association will be held Saturday, This winter there have been thrca

Parrel-Birmingham of Ansonia, associations in Florida picked up I and Judging Team Contest was March 11, at the Belle. Glade High steer' feeding experiments in pro-

/ Conn.,-representatives are on. the where they left off in 1960 by r e- held at the Central Florida Fair in School at 10:30: a. m.Mrs., Doris gress at the Everglades Expert- .. '
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job and ready to start actual con- cording a $24-milhon increase in I Orlando on March 4th. Some Binley, Manager and her staff will ment Station. The purposes of .
struction of the $12,000,000 sugar savings during January. This twelve 4-H Club members of Palm act as hostess: for this meeting anda these three studies are as follows:
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J mill at Bryant, one-half mile east brings total savings in the Florida Beach County exhibited poultry luncheon will be served,at noon. Experiment 1. To determine the
of Canal Point. Test piling have associations to $2,930,022,000. from their projects# in, this State Mrs. Lucille Clewis, Manager of the value of Everglades-produced field' (
been driven and all tests have According to statistics released event. Boys and.girls participating South Olive School lunchroom in corn silage'.for fattening steers and
proven satisfactory. by the Florida Savings and Loan in the State Poultry Show were West Palm Beach, now serving as to determine if zinc bacitracin
Resident manager for Farrel- League, the number of savings accounts -: Janette and Nancy Harrington, President of the County Associa- (Silotracin) alters this value.
Birmingham is Richard J. Smith, increased by 21,592 during Dicky Strayer'and 'Eldridge Kin- tion will Preside, Mrs. Bingley now Experiment 2..To compare citrus .

Jr., and with him are: William G. January to another record high of saul of Canal Point; Donald Jar- serves as Treasurer 'of the County pulp, blackstrap molasses' ground :
; Winkis, purchasing agent and Jonn 1,251,718 account holders. riel,' of Loxahatchee; Ronald and Association. I snapped corn and a mixed concentrate ,
M. Green project accountant. The: During January a total of more" Rusty Bean and Harry Labadorf Dr. J. R. Orsenigo, of the Belle. for fattening beef steers on
group has leased the former Lennie than $40-million in loans were closed of Lake Worth; and"Benji Benton, Glade Experimental Station will I pasture and to determine- valueof
Stuckey house in Pahokee and cetup of which more than $14millionwent Fred'Griff, John Hendry and Ara speak on Pesticide Residue. Elec- two enzyme preparations in
.sort of a bachelors' headquarters. for the construction of 1,134 Hendry, of West.Palm Beach. tion of officers for the coming year steer fattening rations. .
An office has been opened at new homes. Members of the County 4-H Poul- will be held at that time. Experiment 3. To compare* fat-
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7th in the State were Janette Har- y citrus pulp for fattening steer
Arthur J. Keller and Associates, Funeral Services rington, John Hendry, ,Harry Lab- Billy'Graham In calves in dry lot and to obtain information '
of Baton Rouge, Inc., are the plan- adorf and Ronald Bean. concerning the econom- -
ners for the new sugar factory, Mr. Former Publisher. The overall Palm Beach County ics of fattening steer calves.It '
Smith said.. Plans as drawn by exhibit in the State Show was judged ClewistonMonday 'I is felt that it might be of interest
that group will be executed by the the 3rd best exhibit from a county : to some of you to see these
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contractor on the site at Bryant. Funeral services were held Sun- in the State.Individual cattle. A short field demonstrationwill
1 Start .of the mill for the U. S. day afternoon in West Palm Beach placing on birds entered Billy Graham's Everglades Rally I be held at the Everglades Station .

4 Sugar Corp., is the fourth mill to be for Charles R. Barfield, former Pa- in the show were as follows: at Clewiston on Monday night at 10:00: 'a. m. on Friday, March I

I under construction in the Glades hokee resident and for many years Janett Harrington-5 blue, 5 red March 13, will be unique in that I 17. This will allow you to observethe ,

. I area at the present time. Of course, publisher of the "Pahokee News Nancy Harrington blue, 2 red hundreds Seminole Indians will |I animals, pastures and feeds beIng I
l there are two-Okeelanta and 2 and used. A of results or .
"Philosophy" later to be called Ara Hendry --7 blue, red In i summary
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Clewiston operating already :"PfLhokso f .?'ews" and jiow known I' 1 disqualification 1 .. :- each' experiment will( be made unto '-". -
There are three more on the'planning as: ,Glades Observer.: He was 73 John Kendry .*-- 8 blue, 4 ,red was the Seminoles' invitation which, that date. '
*- boards and other great land years old, and passed away in a Ronald Bean' 7 blue, 3 red brought Graham to the Everglades j It should not take more than an ,
sales not yet recorded are lending West Palm Beach hospital after a Russell Bean -'6 blue, 4 red on the one free night of his Greater -j j j hour to inspect and discuss the ex-
impetus to the "sugar boom" already long illness. Harry Labadorf 10 red Miami Crusade next week. | periments. These should be of in-'

well'underway in the western' He was born in Christmas, Fla., Benji Benton 7 blue, 3 red I The Indians are equally enthusiastic I terest to those of you who are pro-. .
section of Palm Beach County. Nov. 20, 1887., In 1S01 he went to Fred Griffis 6 blue, 4 red and with other citizens over the viding supplemental feed to cattle
best hen of American class of I approaching event, ,at Brighton,1] cattle in \
West Palm Beach from Cocoa-. on pasture or fattening _
Rockledge 'Fla. poultry in show. I Big Cypress and Dania dry-lot. -.5
v tions, they have held Reserva-I ....
He was associated with H. D. Dicky Strayer ,3 blue, 2 red ---- -----
T.W.KnightlsNat.Group Conklin in the printing business Eldridge Kinsaul 4 red I prepare for the Rally acid' practice
the which will \!
from 1910-1911, and was later as- Donald Jarriel 9 blue, 1 red songs they sing .Rote Ladies'NightProves
in their own tongue.
sociated with the Palm Beach Mer- .
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chantile 1928 he mov- ..
Company. In t Tribal Success
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ed to Pahokee where he was editor
Cattle Is equivalent to chief of the tribe) has
Thurmond W. Knight Realtor and publisher'of the Pahokee News Showing I .
I j made a radio broadcast inviting all j
with offices at 1 West 12th Street until 1942. He was a former mem- South 'Florida to join the Rally.S! The annual Ladies' Night pro- .

Riviera Beach, Florida has just ber of the Odd Fellows of this city, Outstanding Event He 'made the broadcast in English' gram of the Pahokee Rotary club
and the Elks in Pahokee.
been accepted as a member of the Lodge and repeated it in Miccosukee, one i was held last Friday night in the
National Institute of Farm Brokers Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. of the two Seminole languages. I Elks Club' room with Vice Presi- ,
P. Elise R. Whitehouse, West Pam The Palm Beach County} 4-H Club Ministers and of C1ew
its President, Leonard laymen -- : dent Robert O. Lamp presiding
Kane announced Monday. Beach; two sisters, Miss Lula Bar- members completed very_ success- ton and other area towns are mak- I instead of ailing President Hank
1.lembens'ot this Institute must field. Pahokee, and Mrs.' J. E. Roberts ful show season at the Central ing local arrangements for the,Ral I I Aldridge.Dr. -' ,

adhere to high ethical standards West Palm Beach; a sister-tn- Florida Fair in Orlando March 4th. Ily. Dr. Graham his family and Ludd M. Spivey of Palm ,

set up by the Board of Governors of law Mrs. Hoyt C. LeMaster* N. Y., The Grand Champion Brown Swiss 1 members the Team will be guests [ Beach, past president of Florida ,
the Institute regarding' integrityand and two grandsons. I of the Seminoles at dinner on ;
... was shown by' Jane Wierengo, of I I Southern College, was guest speaker. .
experience in the field of buying -, I Brighton Reservation prior to the [ .
Belle Glade. The Grand Champion _
selling, managing, appraising Little League Is Dutch Belt was shown by Peggy Rally. I f I Dr. Spivey :who first went to, .F. I II
or developing agricultural propertyfor Bitting, of Canal Point.In I The service will start at 7:30 p. Russia more than 30 years ago and f
'others. As a safeguard to the the Blue Ribbon group Oren m. on the high school football field.I I has made other visits there since,

general ,public, each, member is In 'Planning ,Stage Bitting; Canal Point, had a Dutch I where "arrangements have bEenI reviewed some of the history of 1
l subject 'to the standards and discipline t Belt, Kenna Price West Palm I made*for':a congregation of 10,000.Shipments I Russia explaining why its people :
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I Beach, a registered Holstein Mike .a submit, apparently without much :
I The Institute is a part of the National The first steps for the organi- Gilley, Lake Worth and Gwen protest, to being vassals of the .
Association of Real Estate zation of Little League and Pony : state. -
Hayes Lake Worth, a Guernsey. .
Boards and its membership is comprised ,League baseball teams for boys Are UpOn 1
Burt Ashton West Palm Beach, a a L. (Lee) Shirley Jr., led in "
o, of over 1400 Realtors heated from 9 to 14 years old in the Paho- Guernsey.In the group singing of old time favorites .
all over the United States and kee-Canal Point have been taken
: and Lamp a solo, "The
the Red Ribbon group J. C. VegetablesProduce sang .,
Canada. by the Pahokee branch of the .
Preacher and the Bear" -
Hughes, Delray, had a Jersey, Ted- accompanied
Glades Little League Association dy McCall Canal Point a registered at the piano by Mrs;M. P. Stan ,.:'
with requests for signing application S .
Ayrshire, Mike McCall Canal shipments through Mar. ley. A
blanks by prospective players. Point, -a grade Ayrshire, Broward 2 from the Lake Okeechobee The Rotary Anns, guests of j J',
Methodists Plan Present plans call for five Little Griffin Loxahatchee, grade Ayr- !ping area has amounted to an ship-I honor, were presented with man, '\

I League and two Pony League shire, Harold Price, West Palma I mated movement of 11,462 icure sets as favors. Delicious .i.
Local Revival I teams in this.area. Claude Padgettis registered Holstein, John B. equivalents compared to steaks were, served by members of,
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acting president of the Pahokee Evans Bean City, a registered the same period last year, accord- the Elks Auxiliary. '.
branch and Marvin Cowart is re- i ..-.-.
Brown Swiss, Mary.Lou Raulerson, ing' to the USDA in it's report of
Rev. Robert Shelley announces ceiving: the applications. :The baseball Belle Glade, a registered Brown March 3. Prices on all commoditiesare WEEKEND GUESTS : .
la revival at the Canal Point Meth- diamond in the City Park has Swiss, and John H. Causey. Jr., generally low and the demandfor Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hughes had .
odist Church beginning on Wed- been improved with a new red clay West Palm Beach a registered the past several weeks has been as their weekend house guest their" : .
,nesday, March 15 and running infield and new backstops,in prep Brown Swiss. from moderate to weak. daughter, Miss Catherine Hughes, '
through March 26. Dr. E. R. Overlyof aration for the start of league The Palm Beach County Judging Warm, clear weather conditions her room-mate, Miss'Janette Runt* k, '

Avon Park will be the visiting games. Team placed 9th out of 20 counties prevailing throughout the Glades of Ft. Pierce Sonny Tucker of { ..
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Evangelist and he will be assisted entered, with two members; John area has caused most produce to Tyler, Texas also Celdon Cruz of c .- -
by Rev. and Mrs. :M. V. Lewis of Airman 3-c James Maxwell wno H. Causey, Jr. and Burt Ashton mature fast and harvesting continues New Mexico. The young ladies are :'' .

Tampa who will be in charge of the had been visiting his parents,_Mr.. being selected as members to try rather heavy, some grow !attending Secretarial and' Beautician -.. ,': .I
music. The local pastor: extends & and'Mrs.' Ernest Maxwell leaves to out for the State Judging Team to ers leaving products on which the School of Orlando and the., ;
cordial welcome: to one and all to day for his overseas service !n represent Florida at the National market is nil or very low, in the young men are from the Orlando "' i
attend the forthcoming revival. J Germany.. <, Judging contest this Fan. field Air -

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The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday, March 10, 1961 :,1.,
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.. National 4-H Week I be England Janette, Girls"Harrington and-Boys'and County W.- A.I Statistics Course' t' 1j 1jI 1jIs

-- t.f t Is Being ObservedNational 1 Council Presidents.The Being Taught :

local activities have been I
4-H ,Week is being observed under the leadership of Mrs. W. E. Dr. E. L. LeClerg of Beltsville, t' ,
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by the Canal Point Boys and McCal1: Mrs. Bruce Bitting, and :JMd I .. is conducting a short course k, :
Girls Clubs in various ways using Mrs. A. R. Harrington, local lead- I I in "Statistical Methods" for research tI -!

the waek: theme "Learn, Live, ers. I workers in agricultural sci i'
serve, through 4rH.' --Fabricated' ences at the County's Glades Office .

The week's activities began local- Granite Building this week. Director of Bio-
ly Saturday, March 4, when a com- metrical Services, Agricultural Re-. t ;
mittee decorated a window at Kilgore's. I Decorates The Bank search Service, U. S. DepartmentI i ;

--, .'This was followed by a picnic -:I of Agriculture, he is giving tho .\
1\.1.... :..,.? at Boy Scout Beach with seven The exterior of Bank of Pahokte course under the auspices of the i iI

I teen members attending. On Sun. from the street level to a height rf Everglades USDA Club. ,

The Rardin Building Canal Point, FloridaTHE day, March: 5, the clubs attended I six feet is being decorated with I In his first lecture Dr. LeClerg '1
church as a group at the Canal fabricated granite. It is a beautiful related that his agency provider ''I
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF Point Methodist Church. lustre and adds greatly to the appearance both consultation and computing I

Another group of 4-H'ers* deco- of the building. This improvement services for research scientists of ,!

THE EVERGLADES- NEWS_ rated the window at Big Lake is being made alon; ARS, totaling over 3,000 scientists 'II
Store, Monday, March 6. with a new black topped parking in some 250 field station in the

.:I Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without The week's'activities will be cul- lot for the benefit of the popular United States and other countriesof t9 d I I

'. Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years I imated in County DemonstrationDay I banking institution's many ;>a- the world. He emphasized the i.!-
at the Mounts Building begin- trons. creasing need for agricultural research I
Established March II, 1924 Published Every Friday I
ning at 9:30 a. m., Saturday,_March ]I workers to appreciate the
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance I 11, when skills .will be exhibited in SCHOLARSHIP EXAMS basic philosphy and methodology of !

contests. Those representing the the statistical approach, and ex- I
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office
I I Pahokee High School Seniors plained fundamental concepts ft I II
Canal Point Club: Demonstratons: (
In Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter I
Lodus Gray, Peggy Bitting, and have been invited to take on Mar. statistical theory and methods of I
I Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher Josephine calculation. .
: Nancy Harrington. Talent: 14 the annual state-wide competitive I 1 1I
Young, Sharon Johnson, -
Last Station before' early.next year. I Shirley Pratt, Wanda-Thomas, Edna examination to fill vacancies Mrs. Tom Reeves of Pelican Lake 1

Pump Other major pumping stations I Allen, and Dorothy Paige. Public -,| for ,general scholarship loans for I is a patient in Good Samaritan

ready being operated and aI-I I i Speaking: Teddy McCall. the preparation of teachers and j Hospital, where she underwent eye I' .!
I .tamed by the*FCD include I
Nearly Complete Presiding at this meeting will for State nursing scholarship loans. 'I I surgery on Monday. 1 1I
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WEST PALM BEACH-Last of1 I I Pumping Station No. 5-A, at 20- !mirCi; !j'\"r lrr>ir! >iii""iITiITt "'I'h !iIT' "IhW""TOitrsvirSYfrsttTiftrstftfYPhone ",,..,,,,, lrr>i'r '"h.r"'l", '' "
Mile Bend west of West Palm "I
the presently scheduled giant Central "
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,and Southern Florida Flood 1
al some 25 miles west of Delray I i !
Control District pumping stations Beach; No. 7, which straddles the

in the Everglades area is now near- North New River Canal on the I I

ing completion, it is announced 'by Broward-Palm; Beach County line,

F'CD Executive Director G. E. Dail, accepted from the U.. S. Army I I
Jr. Corps of Engineers only last 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

month; No. 9, in Broward County I I
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This is Pumping Station No.. 8,1 i .
SALES and SERVICE
west of Hollywood, on the South
astride the Miami Canal on the exI I
New River Canal, which pumps
I, Palm Beach-Broward County line, I cess waters into Conservation Area I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances I IaMtJLIjJ.WJlj
designed-to pump 1,872,000 gallonsof
No. 3; and No. 13, near State Road ,
flood waters per minute and dis f
7 west of Hollywood.
charge them safely in the 585,000- ;l..V.JJ1 ijMlll.VL4JlW; lj l l.\l11 lil.Y.JIMI'' l.Jil.Y.J'' IIJ\.lliJ\Lll I1Wli! I 1JJ.li liiUI:1Y.J: : lli l V ;i.lL V TJil.M.. j
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Conservation Area No. 3, located H. H. Austin Quits I II I
m Broward and Dade Counties. j

This latest hurricane and tropi- Pahokee School Post I :--:
,cal storm fighter will be able to \' ( i

drain a 208-square mile area and]I H. H. Austin has resigned as
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1 store the water in the three FCD I principal of the Pahokee Elementary -

. conservation areas. It-is being built school and asked the Palm '- l. i
I \ by the Jefferson Construction Company Beach' County School Board on SO OLE.AN];.w"
Miami and completion is expected 'i. .
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about the end of this yea- I I II'
resignation from the county
I Its machinery is being supplied by
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home in Daytona Beach. He has .
be some $3,250,000 on an 80-20
been a-popular member of the Pa- I'I' ,0" '
Federal-State matching basis. Its
hokee_ Rotary club and presentedhis _
contsruction. begun in April 1959
; resignation from that club yes \
is being directed by the U. S. Army terday. .
Corps of Engineers for the Central
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and Southern Florida Flood cOntrol I
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Project. Jack Horner New 1 I II

Dail said, however, it is doubt- Flood Control ManGov. I
ful whether the new facility will I
be ready for acceptance by the I
c FeD in behalf of the State of FlorIda Farris Bryant Monday appointed -, I :
Robert R. Horner of Palm "
for maintenance and operation \.. ', .
Beach to the governing board of : .. \

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Flood Control District. He succeed 'r \
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a former member of the Palm ; ,
e Beach County School Board. 1 ,

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name label shows you.t9 be. m "
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i arrear on payment. Send- along range _
that $2.00 payment now and we /
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nto11TLY r palladium of the family fireside. I !> No soot to blacken pots 'n pans. they'll stay "lace handkerchief -

1! ucvr The Everglades News, Canal Point> ;r clean. nameless electricity doesn't produce greasy film ; ','

Fla. I to cling to walls aral curtains. Everything stays shiny-bright and.
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,. SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you /: fresh-looking longer. You'll reduce your kitchen cleaning chores ..,; .

have 'One', get in touch with-this and pot-scrubbing drudgery. _
I ADM 2 5Q newspaper and insert a $1 classi- '' 'f r
ified ad. It will get results. All,ads .. Cooler, faster, safer, automatic, and cheaper, too-because Sun- t'r' : ;r'
payable in advance. The ,shine Service is nameless i if
Electricity
Everglades now even a bigger bargain.
JINIELAS EVERY RACE .
J DAILY DOUBLE ** 2nd I News- Canal Point.-Fla.: \ .. : electric cooking is the MOST by any measure! ," .

.; .1 LUXURIOUS APARTMENTS are needed by f Nearly a million modern Florida homemakers have already switched
I many folks coming into this area '
--f \ CLUBHOUSE to earn 'a living. Do you have one { ,' to nameless electric cooking. How about you? See your electric l

for rent? ,Tell them and the",world appliance dealer now for the style and size electric range you'll want. 'I'II

jS through a $1 classified ad in these "
4 columns. Send along a descriptionof
the-apartment and a $1 bill and )

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Mr.. and Mrs. :M. C. Carter of Mrs. Joel Hodnette of Winter I I f I

Port Mayaca had as their weekend Haven is the ,house guest of her
I guest her sister, Mrs. Carl V.Wolls- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and } J

1 1u of of Reading, }Mass also Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Culberson.Mr. J
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1I Mrs. R. A. Ferreir of Barnstable, :
I Mass., and Deerfield Beach. and Mrs. Thomas Proctor of
Nashville, Tenn.. were the' recent
Mrs. H. M. McIntosh spent last house guest of Col. and Mrs. W. S.

Tuesday and Wednesday in Lake Evans at Port Mayaca.;
Worth as guest of Mr .and Mrs.
i I 'Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wattenbarger
; George McClarty.Mr. I and children Claude and Suzanneof {
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rw Jill--- u,, and Mrs. Bob Costner, also Ft. MyerS spent Sunday with J "I
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Costner and her-parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. ( :
sons Craig and Tony of Manila, Barfield.Mr. .
i- 1.\ 1 u. Ark. were recent guest of :Mr. and
t tir1 Mrs. J. D. Stacy at Bryant.Mr. ., and Mrs. Wiley Tillis haveas
I.. their house guest her uncle and:
and Mrs. Boyd Vorhees, Sr., I aunt. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Gillelandof
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Walker of.Naples. I
S. A. (Laith) Nan returned f.)
r Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgett I: St. Petersburg last Friday to resume -

accompanied by Susan Graham his duties as a conductor with I't
spent last Sunday with their son-in- the Atlantic Coastline Railroad. He

law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. was called home by the death of A.
'yA Albert Garcia and family in Tam- R. Chastain.Mr. .
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: : Mayaca, had as her Sunday guest Kl. are the house guest of Col. and }

..... .:, ., her sister-in-law, Mrs..Roy Lawson Mrs. W. S. Evans at Port Mayaca.
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.. Scruggs of Morven, Ga., also hei spent
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I Mrs. Roy Lawson and ,son, H. R. I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown, accompanied -

MISS KAY FRIEND OF PAHOKEE, FLORIDA Lawson also a cousin, Homer 'I by :Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Scruggs all of Morven, Ga. They
L of Belle Glade last
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend. 1350 is now teaching at the North Side were enroute to West Palm Beach' Burry spent

r} East Main St.. Pahokee announce Elementary School in Fort Lauder- and Miami Beach. weekend at their home in Lake I
'. the engagement of their daughter dale. Kerr. Mr. Brown remained there on I I
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Airman 3-c James Maxwell and business and Mrs. Brown and
;i Miss Kay Friend to Richard P. 'Plant girls 1 1'I I
"'. '.'- Karbly, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Mr. Karbly graduated from I Ellis. Hall were recent visitors in plan to drive up and join him :1r I I,

... P. Karbly, 3306 Shamrock Road, I High School Tampa, and in January 1 Gainesville. 'I the weekend.. I I IPT f

s Tampa. I960.- received a BS degreein .
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.. Pahokee High School, Class o! the University of Florida wherehe "

: M .- 1956. 'received, BA degree in Education was a member of Sigma Nu Fra- .
from the University of. ternity. At present he is employedas 'H. "

Florida. Gainesville in June, 1960.! I personnel supervisor of General -
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Delta Gamma Social Sorority and The wedding is being plannedfor
1 served as its president in 1959. She July 1. 'I'I
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PTA Grou Hears across ----------------------'I
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: I P.T.A. for transportation for students We challenge
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i PahokeeHighBand I I in West Palm Beach on you to take theChallenge yI

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: The Canal Point Parent Teacher An announcement was made that
I the Glades Mercantile had donateda GI Ii IiI
Association met it the School Aud-
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itorium, Monday Night at 8 p.' m.,
The monthly attendance award
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: was won by Mrs. Gladys Harring-
4 presiding.-The pledge to the flag I I ton's Seventh Grade' Room. Refreshments t I_ ii ii.v' /\

1 was given and W. E. Blackwell led I were furnished by the
4- in prayer after which the meeting i i|J I P.T.A.; and served by Mrs. G. T.

was turned over to A. R.. Hairing- 1 I Echols, Hospitality Chairman and Ride

,;j ton. He introduced Bandmaster I IIi assisted by Mrs. Gladys Harrington -
Robert O. Lampi and the Pahokee I and Mrs: J. P. Parker. and compareit
:: High School Band who presented .

;.' the program. for. elegance
I Nathan Earl Nason
'..-': ."" The band program included a I and i'Thunderbird j I
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E r varity of selections, special numbers -i Has Dad's Birthday ''
spirit
featuring a trombone quartet --
I '..t: \oC'and the playing on one selection un- Nathan Earl Nason has become a with anything .
:'- der the direction of Miss Sandra regular boarder at the home of At- !
I Galaxie's price
close to
I Xampi. student conductor. torney and Mrs. Will Nason in Weat

.. Abe Program: I Palm Beach having! arrived in
1 : Gallantry March-Mesang, Brig- those. parts at the St. Marys Hospital :- ,___ ----j -
t f'. j-adier' Overture .Bowles,. .Rocky I on March 7, 1961. Young Na-
} } Run 'March-Mesang, Hear That is they 20th of I
son grandson Mrs.
.. '" ; Dixie Land Band-Moffitt, Slippery Frank Friend of Pahokee and the We challenge you to beat our Special March Challenge Deal !

4 .fl'c. Proposition McCaugley,. Trombone first grandson of Mr. and Mrs. i1.Earl Ii Iiit
: Quartet-Buddy Lampi, Evelyn Maxson of Canal Point par- This is a friendly challenge. Take us up on fully built to take care of itself?You name it.:
Stacy, Wayne Hundley and ents of the mother. In setting rec- and we will show you how to pocket a Galaxie has it beat!
11'. '" Jim Tyson, Wonderland By Night- ords the youngster arrived in this .. mint of money. First, take our Galaxie Next, get our Galaxie Challenge Deal. 1

,\'< ,, Neuman Sleeping Beauty Selections rough old world on his Daddy'sbirthday. Challenge Ride. Then compare Galaxie with Compare it all over town and you won'tcome ,
I j t \ -Tschaikowsky, Directed by Not to be outdone withthat higher-priced-1961 cars. What other fine car close to the deal we'll make on your'
: Sandra Lampi student conductor; record it was also the birth- is fired with Thunderbird spirit and spunk? car right now. So take our double challenge i
; ? .. First Federal On Parade Yoder, day of his !
anniversary grandmother What other fine
car can save you a bundle now. Our Galaxie Challenge Ride our
r ;! ';- Rosary-Evans, Rush Street Tarantella Mrs. Frank Friend of Pahok I ..' on operating costs alone because it is beauti- Galaxie Challenge Deal.
... ,. Yoder and Salute to the Then, too. he wasn't a tiny fellow-
.'. '. Stars and Stripes-Hayes. tipping the scales to a hefty eight Before fou decide, take aF.O.A.F. -

: At the'close of the, concert Mr. I pounds and seven ounces. Mother The 1961 Ford Ford t.

1 a., '. Lampi recognized the former Canal ,and son are doing nicely. So are the _,?_ .. Galaxie Club Victoria .
1 Point Students. The Canal PointP.T.A. 1' ;,' i "
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: here' served. I poned from March 13th to March f. __ _
1 -.' Floyd Erickson Chairman of the 20th. Reason postponement is .
..0 _,;;.' Safety Committee, reported a let- to allow the members a chance toattend + PAHOKEE MOTOR COMPANY ,
: ,_' ter had been sent to,Mr. Rardin the Billy Graham :Meeting
;. -requesting help of the State 'Road in Clewiston on that date.Mr.Lara- r. PAHOKEE. FLORIDA '*.' I:

Department in painting a school pi and the High School Band win ... 'I. *.-! ,
1i'S- walk from .Standard Oil Station have .':u You're Interested jD an *7> Used! Car Be ,
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Rev. T. C. O'Steen Father Francis Fennech, Pastor:
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9:45 a. m.-church School Confessions before Mass. '
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship .--- I
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TUESDAY Church, Pahokee -. ,
7:00; p. m.-Vesper Choir prac-
ticeWEDNESDAY SUNDAY SERVICES:
; Canal Point The Church Of God Christian Science ; : 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School ,
.. I .7:45'p.. m.-Mid-week devotions 11:00 a. m.Morning Worship
; Baptist Church Of Pahokee Of Canal Point -- 1
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.1 Prophecy, i Group 8:30 p. m.-. Senior Choir prac- 6:45 p. m.-Training Union '

Rev. Charles D. Stewart.;, Pastor '. The indestructible- nature of tice. 8:00 p. .-Evening Worship 'i,
i Canal Point Road WEDNESDAY: 'I
\ SUNDAY: man's spiritual faculties will be ...
9:45 School John H. Kinard, pastor 8:00: p. nt.-Prayer Meeting. ; ;
a. m.-Sunday ; Science chur- .
" 10:00 School stressed at Christian Canal Point First ... :
.:. 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship a. m.-Sunday. ch services Sunday. .. 't.'1
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". 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. <'
Matthew's account of Jesus' Healing Baptist ChurchElder -
, 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service Church Of God, :
i I of the two blind men (ch. 9) j
.,' WEDNESDAY: 8:00: p m. Tuesday-V. L. B. '
.' will be read. The Lesson-Sermon Barfield
R.E. Barfield Highway ,
lr: \ "7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting. 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. ,;t entitled "Substance" will also include -. SUNDAY:
Everyone! welcome. Special music '
-a. this verse from Proveros 10:00: a. .-Sunday School 9:45 A. M.-Sunday School \ \.. .
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.;: The Pahokee Church sineiner.- ;: ... ... (20:12): "The hearing ear; and the 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.llornlngVorshlp
, Lord hath made 7:00 P. 1\-L. W. W. B. (Parsonage -
: seeing eye, the 7:00 p. .-B. T. C.
Of The Nazarene The Methodist Church even both of them" ( 8:00: p. m.-Evening Worship )

I .A correlative citation to be read WEDNDESDAY: 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship !
71 Bacom Point Road Canal Point FloridaRobert 7:30 P. M..ruesday-Prayer Meeting -
r from. "Science and Health with Keyto 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer, ,
Charles F. Crauswell, Pastor Baker. / ;
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the Scriptures" by Mary Service .
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Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 Shelley. 7:30 P. M. Friday-Children's .
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SUNDAY: Eddy states ((162:13-16)): 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS:
SUNDAY SERVICES: destructible faculties of Spirit exist 7:30 p. .-Ladies Auxiliary \ Church
10:00
9:45:: a. m.-Sunday School. a. m.-Church School 7:30 P. M. Friday-Y. P. E.
without the conditions of matter'and Meeting.
0- 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. -11:00 a. m.-Morning rship ..- \
6:30: p. m.-Juniors. 6:30 p. m.--Youth Fellowship also, without the false beliefsof u .

7:00 p. m.--Sunaay Evening! 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship a so-called material existence Holy Nativity St. Peter's Lutheran '
Service. MONDAY: -
WEDNESDAY Evangelistic: 3:15 p. m.' -Youth Choir practice JUDGE CURRIE TO PRESIDE Episcopal Church Church, Belle Glade

7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer TUESDAY; Judge F. A. Currie will preside Pahokee
meeting. 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st over the next session of Small August Koerber, Pastor \
"Where you, are. a stranger but Tuesday Claims Court in the Glades Office- M. Wendell Hainlin, Vicar 601 \V.'Lake Rd., Belle Glade
once" : and MONDAY: Building, April 6. Filing deadlinefor SUNDAY: SUNDAY: x'
7:30 p..m.-Esther Class meeting. cases scheduled for this docket 10 a. m.-Sunday School Divine Services 11 A. M. \
SPANISH CLASSES WEDNESDAY: is March 16. 11 a. m.-Worship: Service School 9:45 A. M. .
Conversational Spanish classes 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting?
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Glade City Hall, only one more :Mrs. Letha B. Kepp, of Wauchulais I

time for registration, Mrs. Grimes a patient in Everglades Memorial I
as teacher. These are sponsored by ,Hospital suffering an attack oi

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f. I Boys-Ranch: Lauded Open Air MeetingFor Park Short Course

By' Penn. GroupCLEARWATERA Billy Graham Q'Lena State Park

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.' Philadelphia Clewiston Monday HIGH SpRINGS-A, busman's
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f CLEWISTON Billy Graham, holiday is in store, for'more than
missioner has lauded Pinellas Coun
internationally acclaimed evangelist 100 employees of state, county and
ty Sheriff Don Genung and the t
I Florida Boys Ranch in a letter to will'address an open-air rpeeti municipal park departments next
i ing in Clewiston the night of March
Gov Farris Bryant. f 13 month
Randolph E. Wise of Philadel- Dr. Graham has that evening free at the twelfth annual
phia congratulated Bryant on the
his Miami Park Short Course ::
from a busy schedule in Florida at
"forward and humane step which .
Crusade and quickly. accepted a.i O'Lena State Park, six miles northof
the state of Florida is taking to T
I invitation from Seminole Indian I here.
provide disadvantage youths an-
other opportunity." :clergymen and Englishlanguageministers I II The course will be held April 10-:

Sheriff Genung, chairman 1 of I to speak. The evangelist 17. It is conducted each year by the
had often expressed a desire to
General Extension Division of Florida
trustees for the -
ranch spoke recently -
I speak to members of the Seminole I I
I at the 18th Regional Forumof in cooperation with the Florid ,
tribe. > Association of Park Personnel;the 1.
the National Jail Association In Ya
I The invitation was signed by the '
Philadelphia. Genung told of the Florida Park Services the National
Rev. Billy Osceola pastor of the
Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch near Park Service, the American Institute I
f First Seminole Indian Baptist of Park Executives, and the S
Live Oak and showed a documentary I I, S _
II Church in Ft. Lauderdale and University of Florida.Dr. I I
film describing the ranch.. S
j chairman of the Seminole Indian : :
Robert L. Fairing of Gaines- 5
Wise said, "I was extremely impressed'wiU II
this documentary and I I j Tribal Council. ville, coordinator of the short course
Dr. Graham will preach in Eng I I
of the progressive step taken by for the Extension Division said the : .
the Florida Sheriffs Association to lish. Because some Seminoles do program is designed to help forida's !II I R. _
not speak English but speak one of I
prevent and to 'control the spreadof park personnel achieve BRADENTON. FLA.-PREPARING FOR BATTLE,
two dialects arrangements hays
broader perspective of ther a'i I
delinquency.---- been made to record the service on I.I I. tion. authentically costumed Conquistadors receive Padre's"blessing" _-

CLASSIFIED ADS tape so that it can be translated at "Not only will it provide oppor- prior to colorful landing re-enactment at

PAY BIG DIVIDENDS a later time for those who do not I tunities for increased understanding De Soto National Memorial, at Bradenton. This year,

understand English. I of the varied problems encount- the paseantrv will be witnessed bv the Spanish Am-

__ __ hassador. Rafael De' Soto a direct descendant ofHernlndo
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itVSYVritf/itfr/SYftiYir/! ,,\,1 ,',r"-A-r.-A-' ," I t tion and maintenance, but it also De Soto Governor Farris C. Brvant. anda
l9ru"I I will provide factual information host of local dignitaries. Scheduled for the weekof

.- I essential to reaching intelligent March 19-26. the Celebration also includes a performance -

HEAR I and practical solutions to there ; bv the Air Force' Jhunderbirds. a 512,500

problems" he explained. womp.n's1f tournament professional baseball at "

I Each day there will be lectures, the Milw"Ve Rraves training camp at Bradenton,

: Billy Graham field demonstrations and informal : the De Sotn Pram Regatta Tennis Tournament,

discussions. Time also will be pro- Masn-'orqde Ball, Fashion Show, and colorful Corona-
vided for the exchange of exper- 'I tion Ball 1 '

iences with other park personnel.
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Billy
course will be housed rustic cab- Mayo Study

ins at O'Leno and will -take their I j I Interstate fiwayAdministrator Made Tallahassee *

RallyMONDAY.MARCH'13' meals in the new park dining hall.
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GARDEN CLUB MEET
Floridians with strong interest In
'; The Canal Point Garden Club William T. (Billy) Mayo of Tal-
the administration of justice met in
., will meet March 16th at the homeof
lahassee has been named Administrator Tallahassee recently to hear what
Mrs. J. L. McCall with Mrs.
of Interstate' in
Highways a two-year traffic court study will _
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7:30 Field Clewiston Robert Arrieta as co-hostess. Mrs.
p. m. Cane Florida, effective today (March 1). involve.
Ruth of the Pahokee
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I State Road Justice Stephen C. O'Connell o? .
.. Garden Club will give a talk on I I Department'Chairman -
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... the Florida Supreme Court chair
4ti JlxyiiS4i 4ttv ]t "Plant Propagation." "John. R. Phillips said Mayo of
man the Judicial Council of
J I will continue. toserve as the District
Florida told
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i Three representative on the cabinet action accepting an offer

I Road Board a position he has held by. the. Insurance. .Institute for

1 I since the Bryant Adminislratio'atook Highway' Safety, which is coope-
office on January 3. rating in a board study of highway-

PibifilS As Administrator of Interstate safety for Florida, made the traffic
PIcture
Highways, Mayo fills a post ,that court study pgssible.
: a has been vacant for the last IS James *P. Economos, director of

: ,. months. the American Bar Association

The position previously' was held .Traffic Court Pdogram pointedout

.., by Wilbur Jones, who resigned on that cooperation of groups interested -
August 31, 1959, to return to pri- in Florida's traffic courts
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.., -.. vate business. Jones was chairman and the adjudication of traffic

;;. ... .../ ,.,.':'''' j.lS \. .-> I of the Road Department from January cases in the separate counties, is
: .. '!' of 1955 to June of 1958, whenhe vital to successful accomplishment.
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. state Highways. '
:" --" I'; Justices of State Supreme: Courts,
:f'-..?:'-, ;. I Phillips said the new Administrator National Conference of Judicial

!) :it' will have a major responsibility Councils, President's Committee on

i,, in coordinating Interstate develop- Traffic Safety and the AmericanBar
'- I ment with the Florida State Turn- Association will be followedin

pike Authority which is now mapping -' the two-year research program.
final plans for extension of
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-t > State Parkway to Orlando or "
beyond. .' Lake Placid>;Has .: .

One segment of the Parkway, New Packing Plant '
from Fort Pierce to West Palm
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Beach, already has been incorpo-
,' LAKE PLACID The economyof
Sure she's a grand old flaglThat's rated into Interstate Route 95 in
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t .... booming little city of Lake
that area. Governor Farris Bryant's
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why we salute her., recent Parkway extension plans indicated Placid, as well as the entire state

: That's why we pledge allegiance to her. i''i f '' aAother possible connec- of Florida, received a big boost recently -

'; That pledge in its simplest terms, tion with Interstate Route 75 between with the opening of a huge

,is another way of saying "Count me Leesburg and Citra in'northern vegetable packing plant in additionto

in. You're ray,country and I love you Marion County. several thousand acres of rich

( and need you. Your problems are a. farm land. .
Hardee'Farms dedicated
sod I'm with International
my problems, you "
DISTRICT CONFERENCE I
all the ; their new 'Tropical Farms
way. The West Palm Beach District operation that.will ship fresh Florida -

Your country's biggest single's Conference of the Womans Societyof 'r vegetables to markets all over.

I problem is the perpetual responsibility +. ? Christian Service will be held,at I the U. S.

for keeping the peace its people ;a : ?r j',,. the Belle Glade Community Church I Commissioner of Agriculture
want. You can help with this j 9:30 to 2:30 March 14th. Luncheon Doyle Conner was the honor guest

problem by remembering this: t :4 will be served at noon. Mrs.E. during the opening: ceremonies
S. Huber President of W.S.C.S.at .
Peace costs money. Money for I Also on hand were over 50 Canad-
military and industrial strength. t. t Fort Pierce will'preside over the ian businessmen representing Shir-

Money for science and education. ". u ., I business Dr. 'W. H. Blackburn, riff-Horsey corporation, Ltd., parent -

k And money saved by individualsby District Superintendent will conduct company of the 'new operationin
the :Memorial at the opening
you-to help keep the economy' I South Florida. I

strong. Bonds provide this money. ., session at 10 a. m. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad '

Grand PrlM mancr-XtUooil NewsP-pn Snapshot CM*** transported leading business men {I
-fcy Martin H.)UOltt JLPSt
I W. T. Pugh of Covington, La. and agricultural experts from :

left Monday for his home after Tampa on a special train for the I
America's Peace Power
Help Strengthen
spending the past week, as guest of celebration and ACL President !

his cousin Mrs.
and other relatives. Conner in welcoming the huge new 4

Buy U. S. Savings BondsNOW agricultural. industry, to the state. i

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; I j son ,spent several days here asguest Alton Jones accompanied by his .
PAYING 3K% INTEREST of her parents-in-laws ands mother Mrs.-; C. B. Jones spent -
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I this week with her.par- Saturday with Mr. and Mrs., .
Tai l/JSL Government, does not pay for this adtvrt:'ing..The Treasury.Department tAont. v spending : .
"M \ in Miami before returning to Charles Jones and family in Clew
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Members ,Of This Group! % Aren't Come 29th Of' April M.'F. GeorgeOf Girl Scouts Hold I will Church observe in a this body.week The by attending Brownies

f i --. As Spry.As They Were In 1930's, Canal Point Will Be 89 Yrs. Old March 2nd Meeting are to attend the Church g services I
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9,' The Pahokee Girl Scout Leaders :I mediates are to attend the same
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a. ; Scouts Troop No. 38 had repainted They accepted an invitation from

":' vt -" >, tr q V ? n n.. a..4 y and decorated this room as one o: the Boy Scouts to attend the Courtof
their projects.The Honor, March 14th at 7:30 p. m. .
leaders met at 10 a. m. and on the Boy Scout Beach. Troup

spent the morning moving the No.. 38 will have the opening flag
Scout, material from the former ceremony. They also discussed

quarters in the City Hall, and rearranging plans for the.Camporee.
the material in the new, mm m 9f

,t.Dr. star ... ... room. I District Officers ,

A, :" "... MMsR.Q..... Final plans were announced by
Mrs. Don Collier for the annual Of WSCS Will Meet

.., cookie sale which will begin Sat-

4 +: "4 .... I.urday, March 11 tho Cream and mint District,Officers of the Womans
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flavored cookies will be for sale Society of Christian Service will
r..<.;.' ,for 45c a box. The public is invited meet at the First Methodist Churchin

,4... to buy and enjoy these cookies as West Palm Beach March 15th
'::1 tJi"t" ; I the girl Scouts can't accept any for the planning day for the Annual
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nearly 30 years ago the fellows.haven't changed aiot. .. Point saw the light of day out yonder in Harry I I

, Of course, today they are showing a bit of Truman's home state of Missouri. We'refer to LAKE DRIVE-IN \

grey around the temples but other than that :they M. George, long-time resident and building con- Pabokee' Pahokee-Belle Glade Road. :

are all up and around with the exception of the tractor, who is in pretty good health today follow- I

chap in the center back row,-Gump McCormick, ing a puny spell of several weeks.: Mr. George >; :2 Bid FEATURES :

who paid the supreme sacrifice in the African campaign makes his daily trip "downtown" in Canal Point
and gathers in and disperses certain amount of SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDA% .. \
of iWorld War n. On the left standing is a SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
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I;;, First Methodist Church in Pahokee and today is of friends who will be extending hearty congratu- MARCH 12-13-14 "THE TEN \

pastor of the Trinity Methodist Church in Miami. Jations come the 29th of;April, when he will be cele- C.OMMANDMENTS"BRYNNER.

The chap on the right in the back row is none other brating his 89th birthday anniversary Mr. awl 'The Bramble Bush'RICHARD

than the vice president of Bank of PahokeeRupert Mrs. George lived in MooreHaven, in Glades Coun- YVL AND

Mock. First on the left kneeling is Robert ty where he was active in the building trade for ; BURTON AND ANNE BAXTER

\ Walker, then comes Doss Tabb and Louie Gold. many years before moving to the east side of Lake I I BARBARA BUSH -ALSO-

The boys were members an independent basketball Okeechobee at Canal Point. After coming to this ( COLOR) '24 Hour Alert"

team and had just won a tourney somewhereno area in 1929 Mr. George continued in the construc- I ; = : :

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ness the emblem. young Tabb's' hand. Anywayit was one for Dr. Young's mother only a few years I '
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Magistrate Court Addition Made To --1 4,920 Folks Secure.

Telephone Office State Welfare Aid' s
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The new addition to the SouthernBell Thomas E. Penick Chairman of ir Sa I. (I

Central Office building in Belle .District 10 Welfare Board of the \

A magristrate's court for the Glade is now completed and instal- State Department. of Public ''Wel- ,

Glades, raises for: criminal court lation of the new dialing equipmentis fare, reported that.in Palm Beach I I'I
judges and another assistant forth underway. County 4,920 persons here assisted 7
county solicitor were among The local Manager _for SouthernBell in the four categories of public assistance -
legislative proposals endorsed Monday Bob Lee, says the addition I for the month of February.
by the Palm Beach County Bar cost is $30,000 and will make available A total of 1,768 persons receivedOld .
Association.Not some 300<> new telephone num Age Assistance in the amountof
,endorsed-and put over to I.bers. Installation of these intricate $84,069.00. 85 persons received 1I
Funds Are
a meeting which ,will come after mechanisims require a large num- Aid to.the Blind, totaling 511900. Yes
the deadline set for local bills .- ber of man hours by especially 751 families, representing 2,274 I .
was a proposal calling for ,establishment trained technicians before the new children, received Aid to Dependent
of a juvenile court in Palm equipment is ready.for use, Lee re Children in the amount of $45,306. Available For:
Beach County. ported. 211 persons received Aid to the Dis- Again

Othermeasures winning the This expansion of telephone service abled in the amount of $11,668.00.
bar's OK were proposed increasein is another step in Southern In addition 373 children received

the jurisdiction of the. small Bell's program to keep up with the service during the month, 202 of Financing New Homes
.. claims court and the naming of an- growth of the area and to provide :whom were in foster homes.' The !
naming of another small claims I I more and better telephone servicehere i total state and local cost for these
Mr. Lee said.Presbyterians. child welfare services was $11,783.-:
judge; setting a sliding scale for
...4 .. ,47. I It's easier' than think to
fees in the same court and one call- you
ing for the naming of associate In There were 8 adoption petitions I
studied for the Circuit Court. '
Theseare
medical examiners in key areas own your own home. Turn
Circle Meeting children placed in homes inde-
throughout the county. I I
Of major interest, since .they pendent of service through a licensed those rent receipts into home .
lost the justice courts.which formerly -I I The Circle No. 5 of the Everglades child placing agency, and the
served the Glades areas, is the Presbyterian Church in Belle Glade, Welfare Board is responsible according -
to law payments. Come in and see UB I !
endorsement of a magistrate's met Tuesday Night with Mrs.W. L. to make these 10
to the .: .
ports court.
court for the Duncan. The meeting was opened
area. Palm Beach "e will be to discuss ,=
County is also today. happy -

Calling for the naming of a lawyer with a,prayer by Mrs. E. K. Laflin, rep-
to the berth, which would pay President, she also gave the devo- resented on the District 10 Welfare '
$5,000 annually, the magistrate tional. The theme was; God Calls Board by the Rev. Paul M. Cassen, your home ownership
Mrs. Helen R. Tedder
would be empowered to issue search His People To Be Heralds of the Mrs. Helen
and-arrest warrants and,would try Gospel." The Monthly Emphasis, ::1 W.and Woodward Mrs. Doris, West Palm Beach,. plans with you. We have helped -
Sasser, Pahokee.
all misdemeanors calling for a given by Mrs. W. L. Duncan. The T

maximum: $200 fine, or 90 day jail Bible Study was presented by Mrs.; jMayor's a majority Glades Folks ,
4 term. providing the accused does Laflin and Mrs. Bosworth. Mrs. Wife New

not seek a jury trial, and a6 traffic Bosworth closed the meeting witha Chamber Secretary in financing. let us help you!
cases' handled by the sheriff's department prayer. .
or the highway patrol. The' 'next meeting will'be held at --
the home of Mrs.E.. K. Lafln The Chamber of Commerce President -
Criminal court judges would Deceive on ,
Carl Mindlin notified :Mrs.
Tuesday March- 4th. Refreshmentswere
$3,500 pay raises, to $18,500,
Duncan Padgett;, she had been se-
served dung the social hourto
if the proposed bill is passed, and
.. lected to fill the secretarial 'office
another fulltime small claims court the following ladies; Mrs. Roy
Vandegrift Sr.. Mrs. Mae vacancy left by the recent resignation -
judge would be named at a $9,600 Pope
salary. I[Mrs:;; Raleigh King, Mrs. Mae Bos- Mrs. of the former secretary,
Florrie Nix.
worth and Mrs. S. H. Thornton. ,
:J. __. -A_ Mrs. Padgett presently employed -
at Kahn's Department Storeis
FOREST Everglades Federal
LAKE ACADEMY
BACK TO NORFOLKMrs. unable to resume her'duties as
Harold Bable and daughter Mr. and:Mrs. Floyd Erickson and secretary until April'3rd. This an- .

Ruth left last Monday former homein .son Dale spent last Sunday at Forest nouncement was released by the SAVINGS & LOAN :ASSOCIATIONSAVINGS
Norfolk, Va. While here she was Lake Academy as guest of their president, .
of her sister and 'i I INSURED UP TO $10,000 BY JTDXBAI* SAVINGS ,
the
guest family, son Robert Erickson. While there -
Mr., and Mrs. Claude Santee. en-II I I they attended the Senior Class Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Chastain are' i AND LOAN' INSURANCE: CORPORATION

route home she plans 'to atop by Presentation held1 in the School visiting their son-in-law and daugfl- 4* .. W. AYE. "BBSJLX GLAD FGONX WT t-4/tT

Ft Pierce and visit'another sister I ,!I Auditorium'at:7:30 p. m,..of which ter, :Mr.and Mrs. Sidney Smith and i ,

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