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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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r March 17,1961 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT By PAUL RARDIN

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Frost Slips In On Rardin Honored By j r, Magistrate's Court Is To. '

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f. Glades; Kills Beans & Corn State-Wide Group I Be Set Up For The Glades

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County Commissioner Paul

f An unexpected frost Saturday I New Junior High din w distinctly honored at Ra-I! Chuck's Ice Service Since abolition of the offices of
morning did an untold amount of first of the week meeting: of the t I constable ,and justice of the peacein
For Belle Glade At Market
damage to tender vegetable crops I State Association of County Com- Open Palm Beach county the Glades
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sand cane in the Glades. Estimates missioners in Tallahassee when he section has,been at a disadvantage
; of damage range from 25 percent I Thurmond W. Knight, chairman, was presented a gold plaque com- Charles Stringari this week ,an- and now something is to be done.
to 90 percent on the corn crops and County School Board, announces mending his service as president :jf nounces the opening of the new about it. A Magistrate's Court will
about, the same amount on gree.1 plans for construction of a ne.v that association in 1951. truck icing plant adjoining the be created by the,State Legislature,
beans. Junior High School which is to The plaque was appropriately,I I I!Farmers Market, Farmers Market according to State Representative
i Growers were all set for one of serve the Belle Glade-South' Bay presented by the present president I Emmett S. Robert, who said yes-
Road. The recently '
: the biggest spring crops in tho i area. !of the Association, Hon. Tom plant was terday that the bill is ready for Introduction '
!! The' Board instructed its attorney constructed by City Ice and Fuel
history of this section when the Smith of GadsdenCounty, at the early in the upcoming
sneak frost took itstoll. Corn had to proceed in securing a banquet on Monday night. Engraved -I Company at a cost of around $10- session of the legislature.The .
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been planted in heavy quantitiesand 20-acre tract located directly northof on the plaque is the following: new operation magistrate will be a commit-
harvest of it would have statt- the present High School build- Presented to I I Stringari will be known as Chuck'aIce ting magistrate and he will be authorized -
; ed in the next few weeks.The frost, ing. Plans are that the first phase Honorable Paul Rardinof Service. by law to sign warrants and
; however,put a quick end to the possibilities will cost approximately $100,000 -- -... r--- try misdemeanors if there is a
Ii Ii I of a bountiful spring cr>p. and will include six new clash Palm Beach County waiver of jury. If there is no waiver
Beans suffered a like catastrophe. rooms, toilets, storage facilities and .,In Recognition of His Pahokee Lions For'FourLaning of jury then it will be necessary
: Sugar cane suffered a severe passageways. Outstanding Service As for the trial to be held in West
j backset from the killing frost. At Chester A. Cone, Belle Glade PRESIDENTof Palm Beach.
the Okeelanta plantation south of architect, will be in charge of con- the US441 All civil actions and procedureshave
I South Bay on US27 the cane harvest struction. State Associationof been eliminated from the bill .
j' had been completed and the .. I creating the magistrate's ,court
; young growth on the cane suffered County Commissionersof There has been a great deal of and these items will continue to be
I severely from the cold. Areas of Belle Glade May Florida controversy about the proposed handled by the Small Claims Court,
i the young growth up to 90 percent 1951 four-laning of US441''' through a as it is presently set up with F. A.
|* were severely damaged at Okee- Get New Hospital section of Pahokee. The Garden Ci'rrie as judge.
ants Young cane just coming up Club has gone on record as oppos- Salary of'the Magistrate will be
for the first time and cane in its High ,School BandVBJndd I[ing the move and now comes he $5,000 ;annually, according to .he
4. ,.,. ..new.growth.stage;after,harvest'on: ,A: 'preliminary 'report of lheinspectfonTof I I Pahokee Lions Club in.open-jneet-: new bill:and he must'necessarily be ,- "
the plantations of the U. S.-Sugsr the Belle Glade Memorial I I ing and endorses the proposal. I'I'I an attorney' He will preside over
1. Corporation also suffered heavy Hospital made on Tuesday I A few weeks ago the Pahokee court In the Glades Office Building.
.'" damage. Rough estimates show March 7,. 1961, by Dr. Peter D. I Garden Club sent to the State Road I II Plans call for holding Magistrate':
that between 70 percent and 80 I Ward Field Representative of tile The district Contest for the Pa Department in Fort Lauderdale Court in the present auditoriumhave
percent of'the young tender cane Joint Commission on Accreditation hokee High School Band as a com I their petition opposing the con been completed. Certain daysof
was damaged. It will come out in of Hospitals, was issued by tm plete unit is scheduled for Thurs j struction of the four-lane road the week will be assigned to rue
plenty of time for next year's crop. Southwestern Palm Beach County day March 23rd from 3 to 4 p. n., through Pahokee because it would new court and the Small Claims
I :'' ... Public Hospital Board. When the with the concert and sight-reading ruin many plantings trees and ,. court and other civic and growers
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final report is received it will be II phases of the contest to take placein shrubbery. ], groups using the auditorium will
Short Hand Course released to the public.Dr. 'the auditorium and the marching At Tuesday's meeting of the Pa- adjust their meetings accordingly.
Ward I'hokee Lions club it was voted ini .
i stated that he had I on the old athletic field. Sandra
II Will Start Monday found a clean well run hospital and Lampi will also be judged as Stu- i open meeting to support the proposal
Easter Services
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had praised the Board of Trustees dent Conductor. The public is in- made by the city council ':
for their efforts and foresight in vited to attend both concert music I many months ago when that group '
A course for adults in Beginning having provided a good hospital for and the marching. asked the road department for a Planned Pahokee -
'k$ Gregg Shorthand will be offered it the people. of this area. I judges for this part of the District -I survey on the plan. The Lions
1 the Pahokee High School beginning Dr. Ward stated that because of Contest will be O. J. Kraus-!, adopted a resolution and it will be
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Monday evening March 20, at the physical plant he did not think haar. University of Miami; Stefan forwarded to the State Road De Easter Sunrise services in Paho
7:00 p. m. we could receive accreditation :jr Jones Allapattah Junior High partment.. kee will be held on the foot ball
I I r. This instruction will be offered one year, some of the reasons being School and Paul Gustat, Sebrii'X The survey has been made by the field under the auspices of the Pa-
by the Palm Beach County Voca- ,that the building had wood High School. Road Department and Within the hokee Ministerial Association. Rev.
tional Department in cooperationwith floors that the operating, deliveryand next few months they should havea I T. C. O'Steen of the First Methodist
I Brooks Henderson, Principal labor room were together in right-of-way map available show-I church was elected president;
of Pahokee High School, according one section instead of being sepa- 4-H Program Held i ing one and all just where 6t the group and announced that
to Kenneth F. Johnson Direct- rated, that the kitchen area /as posed new highway would be con- the Easter sermon will be deliveredby
or of Vocational Education for the not large enough that more space Mounts structed.BandMembersIn. Dr. B. A.,Bowers, interim pastor -
r ; county. was needed for the Laboratory,and Building ...6 at the First Baptist Church in
'Y Classes will meet Monday and 3C-ray facilities and because of the Pahokee.
Wednesday from 7:00 to 10. There overcrowding that;was caused bv 4-H County Demonstration Day Five Pahokee ministers will take
I '. 'is',no tuition fee; however, there the number of patients that:needed was held at ,the Mounts Agricultural -I part in the services. They will Le
is*a small registration fee and students hospitalization treatment. Building. West Palm Beach joined in holding the service by
.:i must,furnish their-"own sup- Dr. Ward recommended that an I Saturday. March 11. This event District'Contest members of the Garden Club, the
plies. entirely new hospital be built and climaxed National 4-K Club Week.It police department, several lay .
Adults 16 years of age or over the present building'be turned into : was attended by 100 4-H Club groups and high.. school.students.
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I who are not regularly enrolled in a place for chronic and convalescent -. members leaders and parents. The annual District Band Con- -
high school may enroll. Classes are patients and as a home_ tor Winners received official 4-H Record test for Soloists and ensembles of Mrs. Lena Bunn Dies
tentative to a minimum enrollmentof elderly people. Book_covers and are eligible to the Pahokee High School Band was
) 15 persons. participate in the 4-H Distict Dem- held at the high school Tuesday, From Heart AttackMrs.
Those persons interested in this Burden onstration Day to be held at Fort :March 14th from 2 to 3 p. m.
instruction are requested to regis- I DL Faust Lauderdale, Saturday, March 18. Solo contests; Piano Wayne Lucy Batchelor received,
I ter at the Pahokee High School at Bread making demonstration Hun i1ey, Alice Hurt and Becky word of, the fatal heart attack cf
7:00 Monday evening March 20. Has Fatal AttackDr. winners were: Janette Harringtonof Grimes all made Superior. Flute: her sister, Mrs. Lena Bunn March:
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o I Canal Point with an individual David Beetle, superior. Woodwind 7th in Columbus, Ga. Mrs. Batch-
\ GOES TO TALLAHASSEE demonstration on Cinnamon Rolls; Quintet: Patsy Keene, clarinet; elor's recent illness prevented her
Mrs. B. Elliott of Lake Worth Faust Durden, 37, suffereda Barbara Gunderson and Sharon David Beede flute; Sandra Lampi, from attending the funeral which
left Wednesday for Tallahassee tot fatal heart attack last Thursday Small of, Lake Worth with a team oboe; Pam Boe, bassoon; and MartI was held Thursday in that dty.
-t I take a position in, the Public Relations at ,his home in Gainesville, demonstration on Orange Bread. :a, Sellers. French Horn. This Mrs. Bunn has been a visitor in
Department of the forth- Georgia.' lived only a few hours Dairy Foods demonstration winners I quintet.made:superior. Also Lamar I. Pahokee many times and as recentas
!\ coming State Legislature. While after the attack and passed awayat were: Lodus Gray of Canal Point Williams made a superior rating on l.I. January of this year, guest of,
1 here she was the house guest of her i it 5:30 that afternoon in the with an individual demonstration I his snare drum ablo.The.contestants / her sister and her nieces Mrs. C.
t son-in-law and daughter :Mr. and Gainesville hospitaL, Funeral services Pineapple and Cottage Chess I judged Excellent I A. Batchelor and Mrs. Robert j
Mrs.: Lee Wroten and family. were_held Saturday. Salad Kathy Simmons and Nancy: were: Dorothy Batchelor, baton I Walker and families. She will'also .- !
J --- Dr. Durden was the'husband of Carlin of Lake Worth with a team twirling; Becky Grimes, alto saxo- be remembered by her many friends I
1 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Andrews the former Miss Louise Sims of demonstration'on Tropical Freeze. phone and the woodwind trio; Sue in this area. t
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were the weekend guests of their Canal ,Point. She is the daughter FHfeBc SpeakingContest winners Bower clarinet; Tammy Branch .. .- 11

sons and, families, Mr. and Mrs. ofMrs.. G. Lawton Sims of'Athens, were: Donna Carry of Lake Worth, flute and Diane Whiteside, oboe. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hand and !
James Andrews in West Palm Ga., and ,the late' Mr. fifons,. who S.Bior:Division; da "A 'e We Law- Thomas Btefeop band director at family of Orlando were the week-r ..
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Beach and Mr. and Mrs.Dewitt An died here in Canal, Point .from ,a AhMtae CttiBeas 8?"r John Vallee.on Lake Wales HIP School;judged the I end guests of his mother. Mrs. Lea-., #'
; drews In Lake Worth. severe ,attack a, few,years ,ago., ,', <._ .etI ,'page 8). solos. 'and. ensembles. sy'Hand. ,0II : :

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' Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida FrIday, March 17. 1961
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: I New Rules Apply Used Land Areas To FAMILY REUNION
Mr. and Mrs. L. :M. Collins attended .
o On State Turnpike 'Be. Made Useable a family reunion at the
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home of her parents; Mr. and Mrs.
tTr TAMPA-The chairman of the] LAKELAND The eight phos-r I I F. Winchester In Sebring. TheI

1 ] Florida State Turnpike Authorityhas phate companies with mining ope-:I occasion was in'honor of,her brotn-
rations in the Polk-East Hillsbor- I er and sister-in-law, Lt. Col. and
announced that turnpike regu-
UllI1 ough county area have joined in an j Airs. Robert Winchester, of Aspen
lations have been amended to authorize industrywide program to speed up 1 Air Force Base in Vandenburg, Cal.
U-Turns at all three service and expand their efforts at making
II plazas along the Sunshine State i mined-out land useful for housing, i NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
I' REGISTER FICTITIOUS
Parkway. recreational or other purposes. NAME
__ Chairman John Hammer, in malting -' Adoption of this joint approachby
the announcement at the turn the companies, composing the I Notice is hereby given that the
pike headquarters in Tampa, said Florida Phosphate Council, was announced undersigned, under the provisionsof

The Rardin Building- In Canal Point, Florida : his office had received:numerous here by Arthur Crago, Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida
requests from businessmen and chairman of the council's land use Acts of 1941 will register with the
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE, REGION HOME OF groups that would like to "meet- and reclamation committee. He is Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and
and-eat" at the restaurants in these manager of the American Cyanamid for Palm Beach County, Florida,

; THE EVERGLADES NEWS plazas. then turn around and exit : company's Florida phosphate upon receipt of proof of Publica- ..
from the same toll station at whicn operations., tion of this notice, the fictitious
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without they entered. I "While the companies individually name, to wit:
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years II Up to now, the only authorized have undertaken a number of reclamation CHUCK'S ICE SERVICE

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday' U-Turn on the entire turnpike had projects over the years under which I am engaged in bus-
to be made at the Palm Beach-Lake I this is the first time they have joined iness at Pahokee, Florida.
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance
as a in an industrywide
Worth service plaza. I II group That the party interested in said
The Everglades News: Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Turnpike patrons desiring to use j approach to a problem which has business is as follows:
Canal Point Florida, as Second.Class Matter I this new service. must have their caused the industry as well as the CHARLES STRINGARI
toll cards stamped by the waitresses public a great deal of concern," I Pahokee, County of Palm Beach, ,

_, Paul Rardin = _- Owner, Editor, Publisher at the service plazas for Crago said. Florida, March 15, 1961.
their U-Turn to be valid. I Firm Name: Chuck's Ice Service/

Abney Cox Denies Conner Announces The three service plazas .along I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly of ?t I Charles Srtingari, Owner, ,
the 108-mile turnpike are located at J Pierce were recent guests of their I 675 Farmers Market Road
Words By SenatorJ. State Services Palm Beach-Lake Worth, Pompana I son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and I.I II Pahokee, Florida.
Beach and Stuart. I I Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr. March 17,' 24, 31; April 7,1961.

Abney Cox, Princeton grower TALLAHASSEE regional office ..
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and director of the Florida Fruit making facilities and.service
and Vegetable Association today 1 of the Department of Agriculturemore S !f 'iXivffisfttfiittfi! \ ..iYNIFI.Nt.rn! '\tI.Nt!.Nt'tI' r .

objected vigorously to statements I readily available to the peoplein I
attributed to him by Senator Har- Southeast Florida, will be open-
rison' Williams, who spoke on the ed in Miami this month, accordingto Irwillast
o television program "Face the Na- Commissioner of Agriculture
tion" last night. Doyle Conner
Cox said that the impression Conner said a special office was
given by Senator Williams that he needed in that fast-growing population Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
had given his personal unqualified center to keep up with Increasing -
.support of Senator Williams entire ; demands for departmental I SALES and SERVICEHeating
legislative program was both t-r- services. Pointing out some rf /
roneous and in direct contrast with these needs, Conner said: Air '
Conditioning Appliances
his views."I "In 1950, inspectors in Dade I

have testified to the need for County spot checked and drew r
reasonable housing loans for farm samples representing 2,792,000 gag txSO r

labor but I did not endorse any pounds of poultry. Ten years later,'! ___ __-------_ ___C _.._'- _'-----==
specific bill. favpred the"idea that in 1960, that figure had grown to I' ; ,"
local communities that are tempor- 50,925,000 pounds.
arily burdened by the influx of "Our egg inspectors tested sam-I I .

large numbers of migrant workers' pies from 119,556 cases of ......
children would benefit from some I 1950. Last year they drew samples .
type of financial aid to alleviate the from 1,460,000 cases. With 30 dozen \ "g*
strain on the teaching staff and eggs to the case, 'that represents ;- l'
school facilities-but I did not en- 525,600,000 eggs used in Dade CLEAr !g.c g.- .. >

dorse the measure that has been in- County alone last year. Wholesale, \ ;ij' .. ;. '
troduced by Senator Williams. establishments handling poultryand I
"In fact I am in opposition to all i eggs in Dade County have -'. /'. .
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doubled in the 10 ,",\ ": '>
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of Senator Williams' legislative years.
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proposals that would impose additional Conner added that poultry anl .( f' <
Federal controls, on farm egg inspections represent just one '-" ",, :. ...

workers and farmers," Cox stated. phase of work done by the Depart- "
ment in that area, and that Dade is
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THEY STUDY SPANISHMrs. .
area. .
Charles D. Stewart, Mrs. "For in 1961 It \
example, January ,
F. F. Burr and Mr. and Mrs. Brooks 45,296,141 gallons of gasoline were I| ( ... ;. .
Henderson are enrolled in the spe- sold in Dade, Broward and Palm JA ,
ial Conversational Spanish Class Beach counties. During the same I 1 .. :'" t.
which meets in the Pahokee .
Higl month in 1951 only 21 million gal- I
School each Monday evening lons were sold. Our, gasoline inspectors \


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products measuring for devices quality, including and check fill-all c:::: .. t" .....:. I ;". .'

ing station'pumps and tank trucks, '

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Jack Horner New /'f'..."':..' .f-: .

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to the Central and Southern } ;
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Governing Board by Governor C.

Farris Bryant on March 7, was ,
sworn in and took his place on the j electri'range.. :
'with a TiameieSS
Board at its ;
regular monthly meet- / .. .. .
8:15 ing March 9 .

xcirtLYvxan a? t Mr. Homer was born in Cinci:1-1 .. t No soot to blacken pots 'n pans. .'. they'll stay "lace hand- [;::t:>. i t''
nati in 1923. He studied
aIIuv kerchief'clean. Flameless electricity doesn't produce greasy film 4:7: ,.' tlf(;
neering at the
Uzi University of Hawaii
and later graduated from.the '. r (Ito.cling to walls ami curtains. Everything stays shiny-bright 1 t ..' .a '

United States Military Academy .. .\ fresh-looking. longer. You'll reduce your kitchen,cleaning chores <-:.-...
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at West Point.in 1945. 0 -. and pot-scrubbing drudgery. .. -. ..t i
ADM 25c 4f FREE PARKING, At; West ''Point he was commissioned ',' :.-, .;1{ '
an officer pilot in the U. S. Cooler, faster, safer, automatic, and cheaper, too because Sun- ; / :

QUINIELAS EVERY RACE Air Force from which,he resignedin shine Service Electricity is now even a bigger bargain. Flameless "
1950. He received a Bachelor of t t
electric is the MOST !
DAILY DOUBLE 1st 1 2nd cooking by any measure .
Science degree in engineering' '. ,
LUXURIOUS the Military Academy.He j Nearly a million modern Florida homemakers have already switched \ i '

CLUBHOUSEKENNEL( took up residence in Palm .* to flamelesa electric cooking. How aboutj'Oul See your electric ) .rr. ., i

Beach the Boynton in 1950, and Landscape is an executiveof Com- *''. appliance dealer now for the style and size electric range you'll want. ; 4 1 1I

pany. He is married and has two
{ children, and is a past president of : ;
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CLUB the Ijer West of Commerce.Palm Beach He Junior was awarded Cham- I t: -I PFLtF L :f,

the ." .
Distinguished Service Award ertRU) to .
WEST OH'BELVEDERE by,the Jaycee's in 1954..Mr. Horner

3 HO, was a member of the Palm Beach F L 0 I I D 'A POWER,, t. ,1 I 6 N T CO.:. M PAN T 1

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.. The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, March 17.1931
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Mr. and- Mrs. R. S. Stokes were Kenneth McIntosh of F. S. U. in

L the 'Sunday guests of her brother-,I Tallahassee, was the weekend guestof CountyWidePTATo

r. NOTES in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. E. his I parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
NEWS S
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PENAL L. Riffey and family in Sebring. I Mclntosh. OfficersThe

Mr.and Mrs. O. R. Bleech were Mrs. Edna Barrett was the week
--- --- week end visitors in Orlando as I end guest of her sister Mrs. E. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dickson, Palm Beach County Council
I is the newly
Gifford
1 Mrs. James house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mor- Forbes in West Palm Beach.
of Parent-Teacher Association will
the Junior Girls former residents of Pahokee, now
selected leader for Parker and Mrs. David
ris and Dr.
Auxiliary in the Canal Point Bap- living in Meridian Miss., announcethe met and Mrs. A. T. Brantley of Miami was hold its annual election of officer,
Bleech. While
tist Church. The G. A.'s meet each birth of a son March, 6th ata visited Mrs. Colvin there Parker they of Jacksonville the recent guest of Mrs. Edna Bar Tuesday March 21, at 8 p. m. The

Tuesday at the Church at 3 p. in. local hospital. brother rett. meeting will be held at the North
and Mr. Bleech's ,
boro School with the Northboro
Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey an.l Willard McCurdy student of U. Miles Bleech of Jackson, Mich. Mrs. Ken Norris and son Gr, g I PTA as hosts, according to Mrs.

children. Jimmy and Rhonda Sue of Miami was the weekend(guestof Rev. and Mrs. Donald Padgettand of Gainesville spent last week as W. B. Pate Council president.The .

of Vero Beach were, the weekend his mother Mrs. Annette 'Mc children, ,Donna Joy, Duncan guests of her parents,.Mr. and Airs. program will be the fourth

house guests of her parents Mr Curdy. and Suzanne of Chattahoochee Bill Weathers in Belle Glade and of the series with the theme of

and Mrs. Elmer Jones. Mrs. Anderson Hackney of Mc- rived here Thursday spend ar-I her grand-parents Mr. and Mrs. T. "Family Assignments for the Six-
W. Reeves in Pelican Lake. Mr.
ties" and will deal with "FamilyAssignmentCooperation"
is the house guest of weekend as guests of his parents.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Guerry have Andrews Ky. Norris, a senior at U. of Fla. join- which la
her Mrs. Wilma Alley- Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgett.
and
their house guests their son daughters;
as ed them here Friday spent the
based on the Fourth Object of the
families. While here he to deliver the
Mri and Mrs. Willy Guer- and Mrs. Kyle Scott and plans
family, weekend with their relatives and National Congress of Parents and
at the First Meth-
morning sermon
ry and children of Laurel Hill. Rev. and :Mrs. Robert A. Shelley odist Church. .' returned to their,, home in Gainesville Teachers: "to bring into closer relation -
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Dr and Mrs. W. T. Gist have as have as their house guests her parents 'I on Sunday. the home and the school
Mr. and Mrs. 'C. H. Board- Mrs. Fred Brock and son Bill that and teachers
their house guest her mother, Mrs. Miss Cyndy Friend a student of parents may
David Johnson, of Sparta Tenn. wine of Saltville Va. of Norfolk Va.arrived here last F. S. "U. in Tallahassee spent the cooperate intelligently in the train-
week to spend several weeks ai ing of the child.A .
1 I I Mrs. Harvey Gaugh returned Lt. and Mrs. M. W. Curry who guests of her mother Mrs. H. S. weekend with her parents, Mr.: and symposium moderated by MH.

11 home Friday from Marlette, Mich. have, been the house guests of her Browning and other relatives.Mrs. Mrs., Lewis Friend. R. A. Hurley School Education

Enroute home' she stopped in parents Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Collins S. C. Council and Princi-
Mrs. J. C. Crews of Seneca, chairman of the
I II Greensboro N. C., spent several left last, week for Colo., where they I T. W. Reeves is recuperating spent several days this week as pal of Central Elementary School
: days as truest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl will make their home while he is at her home in f Pelican Lake will emphasize "PTA". The "P"

i Collins, former Canal Point .resi stationed at Fort. Carson for the after under going eye surgery last I guest of her mother Mrs. Letha B. I standing for parents will be taken u

dents. After which they drove home next three years. .Monday at the Good Samaritan Kepp, both were the house guest of I by Mrs. Amel<5eorge, Study Group
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with her and are guests for .this Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Usher and Hospital, in West Palm Beach. her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. chairman for the Council. "T" For

"week. son of Juno were the"recent guestof Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Mur- Donald Kepp. After spending several teachers will be presented by Ken-

Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCurdy their son-in-law and daughter phy and son of Salisbury Md. were days here Mrs. Crews plans to neth Carleton. President of the
take her mother back home to
Classroom Teachers Associationand
Herring and the recent guests of his' broth-
and sons Milton and Kevin. Also a Mr. and Mrs. Colvin
Wauchula before she returns to
class mate' and his wife. Mr. andhrs. family. er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kathryn Cunningham Vice
her home in S. C. : president of the CTA. "A" for Administration -
Joe Gonzalas all of U. of F. I Fred McKey. I -- -
Rupert Mock, Jr., student ofF will be represented by
weekend
the
at guests Gainesville of his mother were :Mrs. Annette S. U. in Tallahassee was the I Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Browning i Mrs. Alia Elliott, 86, I Pellon Morris, President of County

weekend guest of his parents Mr. j I of Clewiston and Mrs. Edd Administrators Association and.
McCurdy and her parents Mr. and
Honored On
Mrs.V.. D. Howard. ,and Mrs. Rupert Mock, Sr. J Reagen and son Clyde of West BirthdayMr. I Principal ,of Belle Glade High
I School. ,
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Mr. and Mrs. J. A. of Palm Beach were the week end
Daughtery and Mrs. Jess Elliott entertained -
Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClenithanwere Mrs.: Pate recommended that all
Indiantown to their home of their mother :Mrs. H. ,:. '
returned guests ,
recent,visitors Ft. Myers. .1 with a dinner Friday p. x i. I local units urge their nine elected
last week after spending the past 'I Browning. March 10, at their home on 1878 delegates attend the election meet-

-- -_ .- three months as house guests of his J JI I' East Main in Pahokee in honor of ing.
.. ... I Gaulden Harrington was a Sunday -
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son-in-law and daughter Mr. and guest"at the home of his nephew his mother, Mrs. ,Alia Elliott's 86th -

Classified Ads Mrs. E. H. Walston. Mr. Daughtery Dr. and Mrs.'H. T. Lawson in birthday. Mrs. Anna (Granny) Hendersonwill

I underwent leg surgery in January.Rev. West Palm Beach. Guests helping Mrs. Elliott celebrate leave by plane from Miami for

I. and Mrs. Charles D. Stewart \ I the occasion were; Mr.. and her home In Vanceburg, Ky. For
FOR SALE: New and used Willys were among the large number of Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Humphrey 1 I Mrs. Clinton GoodVin of Wis., Mrs.I the past three months she has *eea

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn Sr. had as their week end guest 1 I Jess Elliott's Mother Mrs. Emma:: the house guest of her son and
people from Canal Point who attended i .
Belle Glade. Phone 3058. the Billy Graham Rally in I i j ,their daughter, Miss Edwina Hum. ,1I Wheeler of Lakeland and her grandson daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. feS
Oct. 1754ch. phrey of F S. U. in Tallahassee. Mike Elliott. I Brooks Henderson n in Canal Point.
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name' label shows you to be in by her aunts; Mrs. Georgia I
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arrear on payment. Send along Blair, Mrs. Eva Lowery, and Mis. : We Ford Dealers say; jI

f that $2.00 payment now and we Ella Sears to Ft. Pierce last Sun- vWE t

will continue to send you this great day to visit their sister, Mrs. Mary '

palladium of the family fireside Royeton, who is making her home CHALLENGE YOU 'Y ;
Canal Point,
Fla.The Everglades News With her son-in-law and daughter,. ,:iI ';
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Mr. and Mrs. Charley Curtner.
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I SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you Mr. and-Mrs. Robert Walker had I II < :f1*'
have one, get in .touch with this as their guest last Tuesday their .

newspaper and insert a $1 classi I son Robbie of Jacksonville.J. I ., with any car anywhere near its price I
ified ad.It will get results. All ads :. S ;
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News. Canal Point, Fla., last Monday' from West Palm "';:;::. -j( ,

Beach where he was a patient in a ."
APARTMENTS needed by ,. ...
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hospital of that city. ,
many folks coming into this area J ', .

to earn a living. Do you have one I Ij Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Angel had as "' .ftf' ,
for rent? Tell? them and the world' their recent guest her sister, Mrs. f'""._< "

j through a $1 classified ad in these Clyde Clayton of Jasper, Ala. 1'.. ...
columns. Send along a description
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k we'll do the rest. The EvergladesNews as their recent house guests :

1 Canal Point, Fla. Wednesday through Saturday their I : ,,' ,
: -- daughter. Mrs. Jack Phillips of ;-C:
1 WHEN SHOPPING in West Palm I Fairfax, S. C.and Mrs. Oscar Jones '\, ..;
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Beach visit the new Mary Carter of Estill, S. C. f: k vw ; '

'- Paint Store on the Dixie Highway rr .' /
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12 blocks S. of Southern Boulevard.We Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins of f, -
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have a $2 sample can of our Pelican Lake spent last Sunday .
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wonderful liquid Glass Enamel for with his parents Mr..and Mrs. J.S. '

each Canal Point visitor who mentions Atkins Sr. and other relatives In ;'" <;

this advertisement. 4212. S. Avon Park. ,
Dixie West Palm Beach. Ctc
Mrs. Earl Hingson and son Geneof
5 1961 Ford Calaxie Club Victoria
RAVING TROUBLE with your Clewiston were recent guests of J ".

\, septic tank Call H. W. Scrape, her parents Mr. and Mrs. Glenn of

"plumber.and grease We traps clean all out work septic guaranteed tanks- I i iI I Andrews. Take the Galaxie Challenge Ride then get our Special March Challenge Deal! ; '

Mr. -and Mrs. Homer Barnes
Phone 7547, Pahokee. Itc '._ I,
drove over to Immokalee last Sat-
CLEVELAND TRENCHER avail- urday and were the weekend guestsof You name it-no car can match the 61 Ford See how much more '- .

:: able for digging drainage or Irrigation Mr .and Mrs. A.'Q. Howell. Galaxie! No other car gives you the Thunder- 1t: '

ditches. For quotations, bird's the Thunderbird's you get for your tradeinwith .
M. J. Kelley of Sanford was the fiery V-8: engine ;.
1 call Burnup & Sims JU 5-6431 -
recent house guest of Mr.and Mrs.J. own unequalled 'brand of ride and response' our Special I,
West. Palm Beach, or address inquiries ,
to Burnup & Sims 6500 J. Walker also Mr. and Mrs. and_ all at the low price made possible by ';; ,

Georgia Avenue West Palm Beach Coleman Conley in Port Mayaca.Mr. Ford's volume production! We dare you to 4 ;

:Fla. Itc and Mrs. W. S. Cross spent ,drive the Thunderbird of the low-price field MARCH CHALLENGE f \

""WE HAVE FOR SALE two 20- several days last week as guests of I I we challenge you to match the deals we're '. .J 'f<- ;

L: 000 'Gallon Welded Storage their son-in-law and daughter Mr. making night now! You name it-car or deal DEAL! ::Ji r \
,,\ and Mrs. Doyle Branyon, In Mel- ,
Tanks, Low Pressure' 10 x 34', bourne. -Galaxie can beat it. op6ono/of *Un coal :'' ,d i

'\, _price each $900.00,.FOB West Palm i Y 'i. <-.. I

Beach. If interested call or write "Mrs. Nelle Reuter left Tuesday :. .., -'t: /',-

:Bumup & Sims, 6500 Georgia Ave for her home In West Palm Beach 'jEFORE, .... YOU DECIDE- -TAKE A FORD I ;,' .. b'l;;tf .!,. it

West Palm Beach, Phone JUstice after spending the past week is ,)' ./ CHALLENGE RIDE; .J r ',
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t 6-6431. r. Ito guest of her brother-in-law 'and : .

sister. Mr. and Mrs.,W.S. Cross. : 3. Y : ) ) f'
R FOR: RENT; Furnished apartments Ii

conveniently located, Mr and Mrs. L.- M. Collins' had

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1 ?'.i atiokee'7116 or 7391. M24ch _Base isi Vandenlusg,Cai.. -' ;'. "_. .X ott're j:Intereeted in an}(. v ..Used Car,Be Sure to See Youi"FordDealer' ,, -. :
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I ( xr Week Of Prayer By interesting study of the mission
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book," The dreamer cometh" the

?, s Canal Point WMUThe life story of Luther* Rice. Film-
strips were shown, and Mrs Heller
Canal Point Baptist Wom- was in costume as she presented the

an's Missionary Union have been study. After the book study a soc'-a1

planning with prayer and purpose hour was enjoyed by all, and a gift
this week as they have observedthe was presented to Mrs. Heller from
Week of Prayer for Home Missions the WMUI Reverend Heller is a
March 6 through March 10, former Pastor of' the Canal Point
under the direction of Mrs. D. P. Baptist Church.
Hughes, General Prayer Chairmanof :Mrs. R. T. Smith; of the Hannah

J the WMU. The theme for the Scoggin-Annie Jones Circle, presented -
First Methodist The Church Of God Christian Science
I week was: "My prayer to God the last program of the weekon
Church, Pahokee Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Group Of Canal PointMan that they might.be saved" Scripture Friday night. Her theme was
for the week: Romans 10: 1-5. "Except they be sent" Mrs. D. P.

Rev. T. C. O'Steen Point Road is sustained under all cir- The interest center was createdby .Hughes made the receiving of the

SUNDAY: John. H. Kinard, pastor cumstances through an understanding Mrs. D. P. Hughes and featureda Annie Armstrong Offering a time
9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00a., m.-Sunday School of God's omnipotence. This table draped with a white sheet, of worship for all. At the close of
11:00 a. m-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service theme will be emphasized Sundayat and red and blue streamers i- each program, with all lights out,
6:45 p. .-MYF 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service tached. The streamer with at- the head of Christ was featured, as
Christian Science church serv
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. week's theme was mounted on cardboard meditation music filled the church,
TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. ices. above the table. A large Mrs. Hughes had the ingathering of
7oop. .-Vesper Choir prac-, Everyone welcome. Special music I Keynoting the Lesson-Sermon en- Bible was placed in the center ,1t I the Offering.On .
ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. titled "M tter".is the Golden Text, the table, and daily, the theme pla- Monday and Thursday the
: ... from Psalms (73:26): "My .flesh ard was used that represented the lone Patterson Circle was in chargeof
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions and my heart faileth: but God is program presented. the programs, and on Tuesday,
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- The Methodist Church the strength of my heart, and my: lurs. M .C. Carter, of the lone Wednesday, and Friday, the Han-

'j ticeCanal Canal Point FloridaRobert portion for,ever." Patterson Circle, presented the pro- nah Scoggin-Annie Jones Circle

I From "Science and Health with: gram on Monday. Her topic was presented the programs.
A. Shelley, Pastor Key to the Scriptures" by Mary "How Shall They Call on Him." -- -
Point First SUNDAY: Baker Eddy this passage will be Mrs. S. A. Nail, of the Hannah- CARD OF THANKS
Baptist Church 10:00 a. m.-church School read: "Consciousness constructs a Scoggin Circle presented the Tuesday We wish to express our thanks
I 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship better body'when faith in matter program. Her topic was "How to the many friends who were so
.1. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship has been conquered. Correct ma- Shall They Believe." kind and thoughtful during my
SUNDAY Elder R. E.Barfield 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship ,terial belief by spiritual under- On Wednesday night Mrs Char- wife's illness in the Hospital. We
: MONDAY: standing, and Spirit will form youanew" les Maxson and Mrs.A.T. Holt pre- wish to also thank members"of 'e
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10:00 m.-Sunday School
a. -: 3:15 p. m.Youth Choir practicerUESDAY (425:23-26). sented a playlet, "The Same Lotd Baptist Church of Canal Point and
,I 1100.a. m. :Morning: Worship : Scriptural selections will include Over All." patrons of the Canal Point school.
: 7:00 m.-B. T. C.
p. 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st this additional citation from Op Thursday Mrs. J. E. Williams Mr. and Mrs.. .Herbert Miller.
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t p. m.-Evening Worship -Tuesday2nd Psalms (56:4) "In God I will praise. presented How Shall They Hear" "
WEDNDESDAY
: MONDAY: his word, in God r have put mv On Thursday night, at 7 p.'m. Mrs. :Mrs. Arnold Barad of West Palm
7:30 m.-Midweek
p. Prayer 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting trust; I will not fear what. flesh Richard Heller, President of the Beach is the house guest of Mr. and
Service
WEDNESDAY: can do unto me." Associational WMU presented"an Mrs. James Gibson.
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS:
7:30 p. m.Prayer Meeting
7:30'p.. m.-Ladies Auxiliary ... .
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Church Of God ,J
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11:00 A. M-Morning Worship
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9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship
'\ 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet

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Charles F. Crauswell Pastor M. Wendell Hainlin, Vicar
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 SUNDAY:
l SUNDAY SERVICES: 10 a. m.-Sunday School I'

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OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE'I'HANt
120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN I the handy extension telephone beside your bed. Doctor, drugstore, t

WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF j1 ..police and ,firemen are as near as this lovely little Princess phone. 9
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WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTIi i P
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MARKET WHERE ALL, BUYERS BUY WITH turned up again when your Princess gives you daytime convenience
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CONFIDENCE I .-!'and privacy for calling. Comes in your choice of five decorator colors. !

SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. : Just' call the Telephone. business office to order one for your bedside.Southern i, ',.

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, Page Eight The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday, March 17. 1961 I


, '1-' I Mrs. Mosley Again John A. Dulany Hurt Boca Raton Soon To
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t Head Woman's ClubThe
A. Dulany was seriously John M. Hammer,

NEWS injured in a car accident early I chairman, of the Florida State

Pahokee Womans Club met Thursday morning, on State Road Turnpike Authority, said today
15 near Runyon.; He was returning that the new Boca Raton Inter-
March 8th in their Club Building:, 1
from Pompano, where he has been change on the Sunshine State
with Mrs. Billy Rae Mosley, President -
working in the vegetable marketsand Parkway now is more than 65 per
r presiding over the businaolssession. sales. He had to stop by P ato- cent complete.
Mrs. Glenn'' Powell, chairman kee to attend to some business before Hammer said construction on the

i of the nominating committee going on to Belle Glade. Apparently $313,276 project started in October ,
/ WI. gave the report of their meeting; he fell asleep at the wheel 1960 and is expected to be completed M
I and the following officers were and the car crossed the road and by May 1st. :

chosen,for the coming year: Presi- hit the concrete ,bridge which it The new interchange will giva ;
;: .; I dent: Mrsx Billy Rae Mosley: Vica was wrecked After he regained North Broward County and South

(By Paul Rardin, Real Estate Editor) President: Mrs..M. P. Stanley; Second consciousness he was able to get Palm Beach County motorists a "
I Vice President: Mrs. Glenn out of the car and stop a passing new access to the Parkway, Ham- 3,

More vegetable land is going into Ida Sugar and thus in the land as I Powell; Recording Secretary, Mrs. motorist who gave him a lift to las mer said., i 1
Wiley Tillis; Corresponding Secretary home. ;
-' Parkway revenues are expected t
Walter Schlecter has
sugar cane.
well.The purchase brought the com Mrs. Annette McCurdy; Stitches were needed to close the to Increase' accordingly, he added.
sold 2100 acres of muck for $600- pany's holding in Palm Beach Treasurer, Mrs. Leon Spooner; deep cuts in his head, face and The interchange, being constructed --

000 to the Florida Sugar Corp. The I County to more than 6,000 acres.; Parliamentarian, Mrs. Frank legs. It will be several days yet be- by Dickerson, Inc., of Stuart. 1

land is located near Six Mile Bend Plans call for all of this to be in Friend; Auditor, Mrs. M. I. Keene. fore he will be able to be out and Florida, is 32 miles from the southern E

; near Belle Glade and the sale was I production before Christmas. Installation of officers will be in back at work. The car is a total I terminus of the turnpike at '

made by T. W. Knight. Roughly 2,000 acres of cane are May. loss. I Miami. It will be connected to h9
Florida Sugar already has placed growing already and CubanAmerican The Club held its annual "Mad- -- Boca Raton Road (SR 806).

200 acres in seed cane. Delivery plans to grind its first Palm Hatters" program, in the form of a Alton Jones served as an usherat .. .---

the remainder of the land will not Beach County canethis fall. contest with members wearing hats the Billy Graham Rally Monday CLASSIFIED ADS ;
, be made until June 1, after vegetable A mill, shipped. from Louis- of their own design and competing I Night in.Clewiston. PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
;" crops now growing on it ha-e, iana, is being assembled near Belle for prizes. Judges were: Mrs. E. L. I 'I
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But so fast is sugar activity .'n 1,500 tons of'cane will be Lois Mullis.: Mrs. C. B. Stringariwas I '

the Glades now, the land has actu- ground daily during initial opera- in charge of the program assisted I
ally changed hands a second time. tions. The mill will employ'175 per- by Mrs. Glenn Powell. Mrs.I THEATRESPRINCE

Cuban-American Sugar has purchased sons and another 200 will find workin Horace Unwin won the prize for the I
controlling interest in Flor- the fields most original. Mrs. Glenn Powell, .
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the prettiest. Mrs. C. C. Lemon and I
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Fattening __ Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road '
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Honored At CoffeeMrs. Field, Day FridayThis 2 BIG FEATURESSUNDAYlIONDAYTUESDAY -
., Thus donated by Mrs. John E. i
Wilson. SUNDAY-lUONDAY-TUESDAY
Lee Wroten, assisted by is to remind the cattlemenof I
Announcement was made that i MARCH 19-20-21
her sister-in-law Mrs. Elmer B. the Steer Trial Field' t
Fattening the next meeting will be held in the MARCH 19-20-21 "THE
Elliott entertained with a coffee, Day to be held at the Everglades Community Building at the Glades

Saturday 3:30'p.. m. at her home Experiment Station at 10:00 a. m. Park with the Belle Glade Wom- "STRANGERSWHEN APARTMENT"

honoring, Mrs. Wayne Elliott recent on Friday, March 17th. an's Club as guests. Mrs. Stringari WE MEET" JACK LEMON & SHIRLEY
I, bride of her brother. -- 1 1OIq' and Mrs. Powell will be in charge MacLAINE
of the guest luncheon. Mrs., Alice KIRK DOUGLAS, KIM NOVAK,
The table decorations carried out SUNDAY SERVICE
I Spooner will be in charge of th* -ALSO-
the Easter Theme in pastel colored The Canal Point Baptist Church I ERNIE KOVACS AND
I program, the motion picture "Can,
Easter Eggs nestled in the green will omit the evening worship services BARBARA RUSH "My Dog,Buddy"H't"t"I"l'I
I Can, will be shown after the lunch
fern encircled silver service tray Sunday during the Revival I. '
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and flanked by white tapers in which is being held in the Canal ---. I
double candelabra. Point Methodist Church.The TraIning .
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Mrs. Larry Elliott, cousin of he Union will meet at the ,usual 4-H Planning Held- I 1 1 r I I 1 : I I I : I I I 1 I' t tIt 1 t lIt 1 t t 1 1 lIt : : t : : t : 1 1 1 -i-* *--i-J \,
hostess, poured to twenty-five time on Sunday evenings at' 6:30 \
guests who called in the afternoon. t p. m.Patios (continued from page 1) ,
West Palm Beach Senior Division
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Canal Point on "4-H Achieve : : .:W

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Share-the-Fun talent contest

winner was: Linda Day of Lantaaa I FxtKtx
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Ill illlI Iii Iiir d. County Song (original words to a
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Lawson of West Palm Beach.
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I Canal Point Acrobatics, Josephine -
S | Young Song "Lollipop"duet I

( ) Sanda Thomas and Edna

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Belle Glade Lucky Clovers,
Twirling duet, Catherine Smith and
I Pam Whitlock. Of course, A Girl ScoUtLearns

Belle Glade-Lucky Clovers, Tap

Steps &,Terraces 1 .'- dance,Gale Parker.
'" Belle Glade-Teenage, Original Thrift ;
Garden WallsRetaining -:
words to a familiar tune, Jill Chap- .,
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EASY WITH
Walls : man, Karen Harris; Sherrie Knight.

CONCRETE MASONRY Canal Point-other demonstration -
I InexpensiveAttractive Tossed Salad, Peggy Bitting She knows it is important now to save her allowance -

For complete family outdoor living and Nancy Harrington. and babysittingearnings, for gifts and *

make your patio or terrace with easy Judges for the events were: Dem- specials she wants to buy. Her wise Scout Leader '

Rot-proof to irwtall easy to maintain concrete onstrations-Mrs. Winifred Hand- knows that the lessons of Thrift this girl

Permanent, masonry blocks. They are economical, ler of West Palm Beach and Mrs. learns today will make her a better home-maker,

long lasting add to the beauty of Emile Wassner of Lake Worth; wife, mother and citizen in the years to come.

your home. For quality block pre- Public Speaking-Charles Tucker, ,We are helping this Girl Scout, and many like ..
cision made on Stearns equipment. Assistant: County Agent; and for her, to save successfully.

.ee ua today.PAHOKEE Share-the-fun-Mrs. Louise Reyn-

olds of'West- Palm.. .Beach.- Yes, Funds Are Now Available To .

JUNIOR CHOIR TO SING v Help You Build That New Home
The Junior Choir of the Canal "

Point Baptist Church under the

direction of Mrs. F. F. Burr, win
I sing at the Morning Worship hour Everglades federal 4..'

i.. S Sunday. The Junior Choir holds Its '
regular weekly choir practice period ,
each Friday Night SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION !
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I. SAVINGS INSURED UP TO 10.000 BY FEDERAL SAVINGS / I
,.FLA. V BEIXE GLADE, FLA. Mrs.T.D.MuHin accompanied by AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION'
her son Tom, Jr., Joe Mien Brown \
.PHONE 7186....: PHOXEWT6- 'and Annelle Nix attended the;Billy 40 8. W. AYE. -B* BELLE GLADE PHONE WY WIn I e R

\.. '. I Graham Rally in Qewiatoa Mon-, ,
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