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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 31, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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March 31, 1961 PUBLISHED WEEKLY -IN' CANAL. POINT BY PAUL -RARDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT 'THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Superior Rating Indiantown Medical Doctor HasA Glades ProjectsGet Actual Construction Work To Start .j



As Usual, For BandThe Indiantown,officials and residents StimulationEarly Monday Following Ground. BreakingSurplus .,

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joined in a reception Sunday after
Pahokee High 'School Baud, noon at the Seminole Inn to wel- action on two state road Property Saturday April 8 at 3 o'clocic ..

under the leadership of'Band Master come their new physician, Dr. E. projects in the Glades section was is the hour set by the United Stated
Depot To Be Set
Robert 0. Lampi received all Ernest Pierleoni. He has moved his indicated this week in communica- I Up Sugar Corporation for groundbreaking :
three superior ratings at ,the an- family there from Miami where he tions from the State Road Board -- at the site of the new
nual District Three Band Contest has practiced for the past six years. received by the County' Commis- Possibility that a surplus property I $12,000,000 sugar mill at Bryant,
held in Pahokee Thursday March His office will be in the Medi- depot may be establishedherewas one-half mile east of Canal Point,
23rd, which qualifies them to par- cal Center of the new shoppingarea sion.The commission was informed announced to the county com- according to Harry T, Vaughn, of
ticipate in the State Contest in : and he has been approved by that improvement of State Road mission this week. Clewiston, President and general '

May. Martin Memorial Hospital staffat 715 in Pahokee, from the Baptist The board learned a representative manager of the Corporation. '

The concert division of the Stuart. Church to the City Park is in..final of the Florida Development Participating in the grounJ ... ;
., contest was held in the school'audi Dr Pierleoni is ,a graduate of stages-of.design' and plans and ,is Commission. .will beJiere..next.w.eek. breaking' ,will be businessmen, pf, '-" ? .
torium and the :Band played Yod- the University: of Rochester, in expected to be let for bids duringthe to inspect premises,of-International the GladesT! many civic workers :
er's "Cougar Conquest"" as a warm- terned: Washington, D. C. and road board current budget year. Airport with a view to findinga from the area and East Coast visit- Jf E i
up march followed by. Frangkis- completed his residency at Jackson This is on Bacom Point Boad. suitable location for a depot. The ors among whom will'be a bus load :
i er's "Monte Vista Overture" as ths Memorial Hospital in Miami. Rebuilding of U. S. 27 from the I government surplus property stored of Palm Beach Resources Develop- I
required number for Class C Bands, There are six children in the Hendry County line for a distanceof here would serve the South Florida :- ment Board members who have

and Yoder's "Runestone Overture doctor's family four of whom are 2.5 miles or in the vicinity of section. 'signified' their intention of being 1'1 I
as the selected number.In still at home.A son in the Air Forceat Bare Beach, is scheduled for the I I. At the present time the surplus present for" the history. making oc
the sight reading division two Barksdale AFB, La. and next budget year ,the Road Board I depot at Camp Blanding at Starke casion.
selections were played that had daughter, Mrs. Paddie 3'1 told the commission. Estimated {|is main distribution point"for South President Vaughn said that many I

never before been seen by the baad lives on Chikee Ave., Indiantown. cost of this project was set at 2.51[Florida. I of the board of directors of toe

members. Band Master Lampi directed .... million. I .. Corporation will be here. for thu .
two numbers and Tchaiko Both projects have been pushedby r ceremony.
vsky's "Sleeping Beauty Selections Commissioner Paul Rardin, I Construction of the new mill, announced -
," directed ,by Sandra Lampi. Dedicate Pahokee Canal Point, who only recently won Baptist Revival a few weeks ago by Mr.
t Student Conductor. Vaughn, has enlivened the "sugar
The marching division of the con- Road approval for sending letters to the i I boom" in the Canal Point and Everglades -
Board
Post and the Governer's Locally April 9-16
OfficeApril9 I
test was held on the old athletic fice. requesting,a status report Of-I I section of Palm Beach
:field. County. With two mills already op-
the projects. The road board's :in-
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The district contest is a preliminary the !I The Canal Point Baptist Church erating, two more under construction -
Sunday afternoon, April 9, at swers were result of Commissioner -
to the State Band Contest :n and three more more on tu
Rardin's has perfected plans for Community
three o'clock, has been set' as thehourr action. I
May, it being necessary to receive for the dedication of the recently Commissioner Rardin, in another Prayer Meetings in preparation for planning boards; the new sugar era
o two superior: and one excellent rat- constructed post office n action on Glades roads, presented a the Spring,Revival to be held April in western Palm Beach County is
ings for a band to qualify for participation 9 thru 16th. The Pastor CharlesD. attracting national attention. The
.. Pahokee on Bacom Point Road. resolution this week from the Belle
in the State Contest.' The new post office has about Glade Jaycees.asking the four lan- Stewart ,is to be" assisted by, rich mucklands and temperate
O. J. Kraushaar (Jfl' weather combine to make this tho
Judges were Rev. Fulton Bryan, the Pastor of
5,000 feet of floor space, comparedto ing of State Road 80 and State .
the University of Miami, head .about'2,000 in the old office. Officials Road 27 in the Glades area: and also the Lake Park Baptist Churcn, ideal sugar growing section of ..
judge; Stefan: Jones of Allapattab say'that the space will tak3 the installation of a traffic signal Lake Park, Fla.,, who will preach Ameica.
l' Junior High School, Miami; and during the Revival. The music will Construction and operation of r
care of the needs of the office for at the intersection of State Road.
Paul Gustat of Sebring Senior High' the next two decades. 80 and 715. be under the direction of Charles the new mill will pour thousands ofdollars

4:' :School. Postmaster Ed Jensen said that The commission voted,to,ask for Smith, of Winter Haven with ){rs. into the economy of this
This is the 15th year that the Pa- Paul Rardin,, Church Pianist. area as Mr. Vaughn ,pointed out
open house will be observed im* a traffic survey for the signal light
'.- hokee High School Band under the mediately following the dedication and ordered the Jaycee resolution I There will be special prayer Ser the huge weekly payroll. He said .
of Band Master Lampihas vices that in the mill more than 200
leadership conducted by the Pastor Wed- I
ceremonies. He pointed out that sent to the State Road Department.
received the qualified ratings business at the office has improveda nesday and Thursday Nights at men would be needed for the opera-
in the district band contest. great deal.In 1950 revenue of the I' '7:30 p. m. in the Church. There are tion and that these men will receive '

\ office was $17,660.52 while In'year the Cancer Drive Set to be two Community Prayer Ser- a minimum of $6,000 annually. '
1960 the revenue was $36- vices in homes on Tuesday p. in. Construction of the huge mill-is

AskAdditionalRWRoyal i 551.97 for an increase over the ten For Month Of April 4th., and Friday p. m., April I I expected to begin on Monday morn-
April following the ground breakingon
year :period'Of 106.9 per cent. 7th.All the people of the Community ing
are invited to attend. Places for April 8, Dr. A, <*. Keller an3 ..

Palm Manor Mrs. G.H.Tucker of Canal Point the Community Prayer Meetings Associates, long known as theworld's

Illegal Signs To baa been reappointed as chairman will be announced on the Churcn foremost sugar mill planners -
Bulletin Sunday. are furnishing the' design for,
of the Cancer Fund Drive this
The county commission this week Be Removed By Co. year I the new mill. The general contractor '
I and will make every: effort to raise '
subdivision \ I is Parrel-Birmingham of An:
approved a new plat!' the assigned amount of money for
in Pahokee and 'voted to ask the I Residents of Palm Beach Countywho sonia, Connecticut 4
this In the Mrs.I
worthy cause past .
w ii .LCalled ,
Asks More '
Land At
city for additional road right of way have advertising signs placed Tucker has made an excellent drive ..
in the plat. illegally,on road right of way. are: chalrmau. To Georgia
The new sub division Royal likely to find their signs being removed F..-Dick" Parrish active civic East'Shore Park Brother's Death
Palm Manor'- has been approved by county employes.The and community ,leader in Pahokee .
by Pahokee officials in an effortto commission' voted this weekto will again serve as local chairman Rev. and Mrs.---Charles-- D. Stew- '

gain the requested right of way take down all illegally placed for the annual Cancer Crusade to 'The county commission: Monday art returned home Monday night a
asked by the state. signs and store them in the county be held in ApriL -
voted to ask the U. S. Engineersfor from Sylvester, Ga. They were
J The subdivtston'engineer said he I barn where the call for I '
owners may :' Fred'Tevergaugh,Crusadechafman -![ permission to extend.the limits called there on Saturday to attend
would take the playback to Paho!I them.A for Palm Beach County, said r of East Shore Park 'a recreation the funeral services of his brother,
kee officials in an ,effort to gain group of signs at 10th Ave.and with veteran campaigners' like i Lake 'Okeechobee
area on near James A.Stewart, age 74,who was
the requested .right of way or to Military Trail West of Lake Parrifih. and Mrs. Tucker taking 1 SR715. Commissioner'Paul Bard stricken.with a fatal heart attack
make provision for procurement of Worth, which reportedly constitute. the lead, the county's goal of$100,- said additional: lake shore area ia .FriilaY.-Xard124th.The funeral
?i the right of way, at a future, date at. a traffic hazard,. prompted. the 099:-jygt t' ia fetetory --bag"a being sought for the recently developed was held'In Sylvester on Sunday

no expense to'the county. commission to take its acttea. good.,< :once of being aaet. lakeside park. March 90tn, at 3 p. m.

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L"1. ,.f')"; Easter ServicePlanned I I. I I TO SPEAK EASTER ;.;

..... Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Padgett and ", J
f r. son Jimmy 4>f Gainesville, are expected -, ,

i::: :: -L I For April 2 I I j I to arrive in Canal Point to- II '

\ I : 1 i night: to spend the.Easter Holidays
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;-- : The Union,Easter sunrise service Mr.. and Mrs. William Allen I II I Duncan_ Padgett also her parents J
in PahoKee will be under the Paho I I '1
> Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs..
Vaughn (Nora Jean Gesse) of Pa :
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i hokee announce the birth of a v ,_
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scheduled for the foot ball field on I '
; :daughter, Caroline Marie, born 1 .
Easter morning. Music.will be under -'I NOTICE OF INTENTION .: ITO
March 24 the Memorial
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the direction of Robert 0.1! REGISTER FICTITIOUS : t
Hospital.
;, ---_. / ;\,.! LampL ,; Mr. and Mrs.Benny F. Simms oC I NA3 IE"i\; f
_- .":' Call to worship will be.given by I Il Notice that the '
Pahokee announce the birth of a is hereby given --
t I Rev. Thomas C. O'Steen of the Pa j ,
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daughter Jane_ Rita born March ; undersigned .
The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida hokee Methodist Church. i of Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida. } ,
r Prayer will be led by Rev. Charles 1: 25th.Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Newton (Beverly Acts of 1941 will register with the t
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF Stewart, of the Canal Point Bap- Jo Gilmore) of Pahokee announce Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and

tist Church Scripture reading Will I! thfr birth of a baby daughter for Palm Beach County, Florida, ;. :a
THE EVERGLADES NEWS be. given by Rev. Robert A. Shelleyof I; Denise Arlene born March 13 I u:on receipt of proof of Publica- ,r, ;
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the Canal Point :Methodist tion of this notice, the fictitious .
at the Everglades Memorial Hospital -
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without Church. I name,.to wit: -i
Interruption Every Week fonMore Than 30 Years I The Easter sermon will be delivered -'I I .- ..\ CHUCK'S ICE SERVICE X

Established March 11 1924 Published by Rev. B. A. Bowers of tha under which I am 'engaged in bus-
Every Friday PTA .
Canal Point *
I First Baptist Church in Pahokce I I iness at Pahokee, Florida. ,
Subscription Price, '$2.00 Year In Advance and the benediction will be given by
I II : Postponed To April 10 That the party interested in said"':.
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office I Mrs. J. H. Kinard of the Church j'I'', business is as follows: '' I.
of God on-Canal Point Road. I,I The regular monthly meeting of CHARLES STRINGARI .N, 'lI
In Canal Point, Flozida, as, Second Class Matter I ... .
the Canal Point PTA has been Pahokee, County of Palm Beach, 1
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Horace Scruggs, student of U. postponed until April 10, accordingto I Florida, March 15, 1961. '; '. ,

of Fla., In Gainesville arrived Jn an announcement yesterday by,i Firm Name: Chuck's Ice Service% '
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v \ ) Canal Point Wednesday night to Mrs. Nadine Cherry. The meeting Charles Srtingari, Owner, :p p.. t tl
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's spend tha Easter Holidays. ;* I I will be addressed by a member of ( 675 Farmers Market Road 0 t.I .
I guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.; the school cafeteria group fro-n'' Pahokee Florida. .. .
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Meeting Of The Palm Beach .A. H. Scruggs. West Palm Beach. I March 17, 24, 31..April, 1961. I

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A joint meeting between the though rules call for all bills to be

County Commission and officials, complete by the time the session (f.
,the Lake Worth Drainage Districtfor starts, -future changes might oe 1

a, discussion of proposed legislation considered by the delegation.
is in the offing. "In view of the major public interest -

The commission Monday, after,. concerned," Blank said, ":t Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY'6-2550 Belle Glade

hearing State Sen. Ralph Blank. is likely that the legislative dele I ,

Jr., tell them drainage problemsare gation will accept last minutechanges SALES and SERVICE -i i II

most important in the county,. ." I. I

decided to meet with LWDD of: In another legislative action the Heating Air Conditioning Appliances I II
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ficials to review what legislationthe I commission Monday received its I .
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district expects to present to first draft of a proposed beach erosion "
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determine how it will effect J..iiiV.JliM I I I jJ..Y.iil.\l..itJ..Y.iiM.ill.I '}jl1 I
county bill. The measure-an enabling (I'r

holdings.Sen. I act---provides a means of establishing -- .. ."
Blank told the commissionthat -a district or districts, to levy I i 'I. I II
district bills are only now taxes for beach improvements or

being put into final form and even I"for buying..... beaches. ,1 I __ _" tIIfI .
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Max Wilson Home Cancer Drive Will I SO SAFE I ; 1 :,; \

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a week's visit with his parents .
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wilson. He was Some 4,000. volunteers stand ,

accompanied by the following five ready today to launch Palm Beach I .. .' -, -
schoolmates: ,Eric Butler, Marble County's annual Cancer Crusade t : ]:t: .. '.
Head Mass., Arnold Lisio, Oak t ; j' S
on April, according to Fred Tever- '
Park, Ill., George Kennessey, of i""
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baugh; West Palm Beach who s
Budapest, Hungary; Larry Moncurof
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again serving" as Crusade .
Lovell, Wyo., and Ron Tatum of county ;, J '
chairman. :
Joplin, Mo. Max is a senior at chi ; ",,' '
University of Rochester, Rochester During the month of-April, which I j < *;

N. Y., School of Medicine and has been designated as Cancer Control t : .. ..
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after graduaton in June, he plansto evety I :
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of friends and neighbors to distri I :'. < 'iti t
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85.000 lives could be saved. Thisis ;- ..:; ', -. .. f' -,-' ; : II
the number of men women ,and ; ,
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children, Teverbaugh said, who die .. y : I .'. I -; ,,.

I of cancer in the,United States each r j
year, but who could have been saved '"
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stressed in the American Cancer tLCimcLeSS !
Society's educational program. ,. .with a "quick recovery" : .
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Research records show, the
man said, that half of the people water heater and modern electric range- II IIOn

who get cancer can be cured ,
through early detection and proper
treatment. Twenty years ago. h3 the farm and in your home, you'll enjoy an Electric Water I

said, only one out of seven who developed Heater. SO SAFE!-for precious'peace of mind. No constant- ;'

cancer was saved; todayit Burning pilot light. SO CONVENIENT!-installs anywhere. :
is one out of three. With ade- :.needs no flue .
or vent. SO QUICK! a super-fast !"QuickRecovery" -
and personalaction
quate public support
NlOIITLT .; model is the to-a lot of
utvr tru. -i it could be one out of two. answer hot water requiredin ._

Money raised in the Crusade will .a hurry. _'., r :',,; :
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not only be used to step up educational -
programs but to provide-ser Team it up with an Electric Range. SO COOL! kitchen stays j ,

vice for cancer patients and to support up to 16 degrees cooler. SO CLEAN! no flame walls and ; "Q ;

ADM 25:'*"FREE PARKING research of scientists who are curtains stay cleaner, longer. -
working unceasingly for cancer /" .
Nearly a million modern Florida families switched : "
cure or preventive Progress in can have already ,
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cer research can only go as fast as to the fkmeless electric way. .
DAILY DOUBLE 1st t 2nd available. r. ;;a
funds are '
LUXURIOUS Here in Palm; Beach County. See your dealer, plumber or.electrical contractor soon; :-

CLUBHOUSEKENNEL Teverbaugh, said, workers will, be :. t' __" ,. .::: i
:seeking to raise' 'the highest.fund.
goal ever set for ,the area, a sum
of $100,000 which is about.20 percent -
vk I more than.was raised in the .

CLUB ,' county" "last.- year.H. -., .". ,-# o;VipI' ; : :
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Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Schwan, of Miss Johnnie OliverTo -

Danville, N. Y.,--are to be ,the Harold Wilkinson -I

1.1 I ( PERSONAL: NEWS NOTES, house, guests over the Easter holidays New Exalted Ruler Wed G. E. PownerMr.

: of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ken- and Mrs L. Morgan Mullis of

nedy. Pahokee announce the engagementof
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'*. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Brad- The Elks Lodge in Pahokee recently their daughter, flu Johnnie
L. accom-
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pope Mrs., Herbert Hall of Clewistonwas
held its annual election and Maxine Oliver, of 425 9th 8U West
'I .partied by her sister Mrs. O. Roland ley had as their weekend guests, the recent.guest of heti.:|$h>tp-
named J the Palm Beach to George Edward
of < new officials for forthcoming -
,arrived,here Wednesday from Alamo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nyberg er-in-law and familyMr. and'itrs:
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I Powner of West Palm Beach and
Installation
year. ceremonies -
Ga., where they attended the .flant City. Cecil Hall. I:
will be held at the Lodge roomson Gainesville.The .
Mrs.
funeral of their mother,
. Frances McBride on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Braddockhad Thursday night April. 6 and all ; bride-elect, a graduate of Pa- I

:. sons Alan and Harold of Clewistonwere as their recent house guest, his Elks are urged to be in attendance. hokee High School Class of 1958,

, Mr and Mrs. Julian Branch have I the Sunday guests of his great-aunt, Mrs. Ruth Linbery of Harold Wilkinson was named the is employed by the Southern Bell

; 'as their house guest his niece Miss I mother, Mrs. C. B. Jones and brother pew Exalted Ruler, succeeding Bill I Telephone and Telegraph Company

Glenda Kay Carr, daughter Mr. an-1 I Alton Jones. Ona.Mr. Erickson who was elected to a fiv I inVest Palm Beach.

,Mrs. Glenn Carr of Pompano. and Mrs. John Daughtreyand I year trusteeship. I Mr. Powner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. C .Wetherington, Sr. is
son, Jody, were called to Sab Other officers elected were as R. J. Powner 4315 Garden Ave.,
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Larsen, Lehigh the house guest of her son and" ring last Saturday by the illness other follows: West Palm Beach is a senior :n

' Acres at Ft. Myers' and their daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. aunt, Miss Della Sullivan.Mr. Luke Dufresne, leading knight. I the College of Pharmacy University -

I' guests Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wetherington, Jr. and family. Al Lavender, loyal knight. of Florida, Gainesville, wh< re .
and Mrs. Hugh Branch haveas
Lewison of Spencer.Iowa,were the Mrs. L. W. Armstrong accom- Bobbie Shackford lecturing I he is ,an active member of KappaPsi
their guest his nephew, Ralph
Sunday guests o_f Mr. and Mrs. F.
knight. professional pharmaceutical
panied by Mrs. Otto Bleech, Mrs. Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
M. Wilson. M. C. Carter Mrs. C. L.. Shirley, Cook of Pompano.Mrs. Frank Hines, esquire. I franternity.The .

Mrs. \V. L. Duncan accompanied Mrs D. M. Hillier and, Mrs. W. 3. Henry Epstein, chaplain. wedding is being planned for

by.her mother, Mrs. S. H.Thornton Evans spent the weekend in Tampa H. M. McIntosh and her John Zimmerman, secretary. Aug. 26.CANAL.

{attended the Easter.Cantata at the as house guests of Mr and.Mrc.: sister, Miss Julia Mathis spent the Gorden Hillier, treasurer. -

Church By The Sea in North Miami F. M. Shaughnessy, former residents weekend in Orlando, as house guestof Robert O. Lampi, organist. POINT 4-II
of Pahokee. Dr. and :Mrs. David Bleech. Ernest Lindrose,-tyler The Club met March 16 at Canal
Beach, Sunday Night ,
Inner guard to be named. I I Point School. Discussion was held

Miss Samilee Jo Lanham,'daughter Dr. Roland R. Long attended tin I Mr. and Mrs. L., J. Fraser of Pa- Exalted Ruler 4 Harold Wilkinson on electricity and how to mate

of Mr. and Mrs. G. L.'Lanham Hinman Mid-Winter Dental Clinic 'hokee were week ,end guests of said that plans have been completed 'lamps, using various objects suchas

graduated from Charron-Williams on Sunday and Monday in Atlanta, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. for a special 50c barbecue sup cow horns, play pistols and var-

Commercial College ,of Miami last Ga. and Mrs. Bill Davenport in Orlan- per of pork on installation night. ious other things. We have ordered

Thursday March 23, and has accepted He urges all Elks to attend. electric motors to -be assembled
J. E. Cochran has returned to his do.W. I
a position with the Florida by the boys in the club. Teddy
home from St. Marys Hospital L. Duncan left Canal.Point Friday -
State Racing Commission in MI- ,where he was a patient for the past I for McIntosh, where he will be Mrs. W. J. White and her sister, I I McCall won a speech contest. Meet-

ami. week. engaged in the Spring vegetbaledeal. Mrs. H. S. Browning spent last Friday ing was adjourned at 2:00 p. m.

in West Palm Beach as guestsof -Eddie Upthegrove,

Mr. and Mrs: Joe Kelley of Ft. her son, Bobby White, and accompanied Reporter.
Pierce were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.'Julius Weichbrodt him to Sebring for Mi3 -

Classified Ads. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr1 I and children of Sanford were the Weekend and visited another son Curtis Yeomans of Canal Point

S and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs-. and daughter-in-iaw, Mr. and !..rts.I is a patient in the Everglades Memorial -
I L. Shirley, Jr. I Hospital.
H. F. Corbett. :
FOR SALE: New and used Willys Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cochran and I I I I

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn family were Sunday visitors in Pa''

Belle Glade. Phone 3058. I, hokee with his father and other M ., ..
Oct. 17-Mch.I members of his family.Mr. I w...:' .; f'' y''{ :.ir.' 4v


and Mrs. C. B. Stringari had
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name you
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that $2.00 payment now and wewill Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ammons had :
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continue to send you this great as their overnight guest last Wed-

palladium of the family fireside. nesday, her sister, Mrs. Noel Dyerof __

The Everglades News, Canal Point, West Palm Beach. I I"v ,,

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SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you underwent surgery last week at

have one, get in touch with thla the Everglades Memorial Hospital.Mrs. I

newspaper and insert a $1 classi-
W.G. Lowe had as her Sun
ified ad. It will get results. All ads :
day guests her son-in-law and
payable in advance. The EvergladesNews
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Geiger '
Canal Point Fla. '
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and son of West Palm Beach.
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APARTMENTS are needed by She accompanied them home that ;

many folks coming into this area afternoon and visited'with them a I !

to' earn a living. Do you have-one day and two nights returning home : '

for rent? Tell them and the world Tuesday.Lt. ,:.

i through a $1 classified ad in these '
Lewis Collins English Instructor .
columns.. Send along a descriptionof .a f A+ 4% y 'i
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at Admiral t .r
Farragut rE
the apartment and a.$1 bill andwe'll
Academy'of St..Petersburg arrived .
t' do the rest. The Everglades
News Canal Point Fla. here Saturday to stay through the! E 'z + 4
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Easter Holidays as guest of his :: : : -

r WHEN SHOPPING in West Paw parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Collins.,

I Beach visit- the new Mary Carter .:--4 '
Mrs. H. S. Browning of SL Sim- ;
Paint Store on the Dixie Highway
ons Island, Ga., is the house guestof
2 blocks S. of Southern Boulevard. diF
her sister, Mrs. W. J. White. rti
We have a $2 sample can of our

wonderful liquid Glass Enamel for
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETINGOF y..., '
each Canal Point visitor who men-
LANDOWNERS OF PELICAN
tions this advertisement. 4212 S. LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE DISTRICT *i ;..ti' bYy, V '
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Dixie, West Palm Beach. Ctc "Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
to call of the Board of Supervisors of _
Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District ..17
MALE. HELP WANTED: Male the annual meeting ot landowners of
Bookkeeper with payroll experience. Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District xaataoFre.',.arad xsr
for the year 1961. will be held at the .
Also agricultural foreman office of said District In the Rardln .
with supervisory experience. Phone Building: at Canal Point. Palm Beach
County. Florida on Monday. April 10,
7116, Pahokee, Fla. M31ch. 1961. at. 1:00 o'clock P. ML, for the purposes -
of: ,rr v A. .< v Meet the Man With Plan..forYou ai"4
NEED A PLUMBER? Call H. W. 1.term Electing-of thrfto'Tears.oriej; Supervisor< for a : '" a. ,;: .
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Scrape for plumbing, septic tank 2. 'Supervisor ->
Electing one for a term ; "
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cleaning, field tile work. We ell of two yearsrto fill unexplred :; ,. i: ""; .: ; ,
portion of the term for which Mr.
water heaters, pipe fittings and do W. C. Ovren was elected. ,
all kinds of repair -work. H. W. 3. Receiving annual reports and : : Southern Bell /:;: t
taking such action 1th ,respect _' -
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Scrape, Pahokee Phone 7547. A7p thereto as the landowners may c' '
determine: and j '" Communications' ; :. II
BIKE STOLEN Monday"between 4.' Transacting such other business'sas ,.. ., ; e -3Ji3r'.. ,. .11; : "

the hours of 12:30 to 2:30 p. m. may BOARD come OF before SUPERVISORS the meeting.OF \ .: .. Consultant ;l ",

from 'Canal Point School grounds. AGE PELICAN DISTRICTBY LAKE SUB-DRAIN- ._ Call Director ,: .. .

Firestone bike "Flight 77" name : W. C. Prewltt President ,-- < ..V ',.-
on bike. Serial No. 178-0-269..Black Publish: March 24.,31.1961.- ,
with chrome fenders and trim (also NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETINGOF The services of this highly trained man are free.to you. :.}J ,:! '<:

some red trim) Gold seat. $15 award -- LANDOWNERS OF EAST Speakerphone )" : :

for return. Telephone 3041 "Notice SHORE is hereby DRAINAGE given DISTRICT that pursuant ;. ;f' Let him help you- t; j j

Vann Wilson. Itch to call of the Board of Supervisors of M11 V /t' iI j jI
East Shore Drainage D i s t r l.c t S Plan alt your new communications needs _"; ;,j
the annual meeting of landowners of I 'I'IA
AUTO WASH East Shore Drainage District Go over any existing communications problems ...' f I
for the year 1961. will be held at the 1 .i4-
Be first to enjoy this amazing op office of said District In the Rardln Key Phone -
portunity. Enjoy these advantagesas Building at Canal POint Palm Beach 'This could mean lower operating costs and higher:: : ; 'I
County. Florida on Monday, April 10. / '?
'an owner of a coin operated ca. 1961.) at 10:45 o'clockm the forenoon for profits for you. J. wa r ;; V .
wash, multiple' operation No land the purposes of: 'w
L. Electing: one Supervisor for a *- ** jl
to .lease no building to buy., no term of three years. Call our business office at WY 6-9011 and ask for him.n : T
fixed overhead, no labor problems, 2. Electing one Supervisor for a term .' I
of two years to fill the unezplred V
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no,experience necessary. We furnish portion of the term for which Mr. Automatic 'ii,'
1 location, installations and train- W. C. Oven was elected. Answering Set "
3. Receiving annual reports and ,
Ing..You furnish $2,990 (total) and taking ,such action with respect :. "

'I' reap the profits. Can be handled determine thereto as: and the -landowners pity o Southern ..I :

without disturbing present occupation. 4. Transacting such other businessas .
.. Write for local interview. may come before the meeting.
t.r; BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF ...0.-" illy.t.tir FiiI ttt .
WESTERN SALES 4010 BW;., EAST SHORE DRAINAGE .
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I Lawrence Will Is Joint Club Meet Is

!. j Lions Club SpeakerLawrence

,J. Held Wednesday
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dent of the Everglades was the

':. ':' speaker at the regular Monday The Pahokee Womans Club met
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night meeting of the Canal Point 'Wednesday, March 22 at the Com

Lions club. Mr. Will spoke on the munity Hall in the Glades Park,

early history of the Lake' Okee- with the Belle Glade Womans Club

r I chobee Region and told of the pos- for their yearly Club Luncheon.Mrs. .

sibility, many years ago, of Canal Alice Spooner was in chargeof

':: Point becoming the leading townin the program and welcomed the

: .. ,. First Methodist The Church Of God Christian Science this area. Conditions preventedthis guests. Mrs. William Plummer

; from happening, he said, and gave the Devotional. Mrs. Marvih
Church Pahokee Of Prophecy Pahokee Group Of Canal Point
other sections became larger thaa Unwin, president of the Belle Glade

', I The vital importance- for all man- Canal Point Club, presented her guests.
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Canal Point Road
SUNDAY Kinafd kind of the resurrection of Christ Mr. Will came to the ,Lake Re- Mrs.Billy Rae Mosley, The Paho-
: John H. pastor '
gion and the Okeelanta sectionon kee President the invocation
Jesus will be stressed Sunday at gave ,
9:15 m.-Church School
a. 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School
the south shore of the lake in
',, Christian Science services. after which Mrs. Spooner introduced -
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
; 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service
the 1900's with nis
6:45 m. MYF Scriptural 'Selections will include early along Mrs. Hugh Branch and her
p. 7:45 Service
Evangelistic
p. m. accounts Mark father who was one of the reatlyearly daughter Tammie they "How ,,
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship from Matthew, sang
8:00 V. L. B.
p. nu Tuesday has been busi-
.: TUESDAY: Luke, and John of incidents in the pioneers. He a Great Thou Art" accompanied At
" ," 7:00 p. m-Vesper Choir prac 8:00 p. m.'Thursday-W..M. B. life of Jesus, including the betrayalin ness and civic leader during all the piano by Mrs. M. P. Stanley.The .
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\ ticeWEDNESDAY Everyone welcome. Special Gethsemane, the crucifixion, and these years. Recently he had pub- Easter motive was carried

: and singing.- .. his resurrection. lished a book titled: "Okeechobee out in the decorations using center

f'-. 7:45 p. m.,Mid-week devotions From "Science and Health with Hurricane and the Hoover Dike." pieces of rabbits of various sizes

t 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- The Methodist Church Key to the Scriptures" 'by Mary The sales of the book have more: and in pastel colors, painted coconuts -

r tice.Canal .. Canal FloridaRobert Baker Eddy these passages will be than met the expectations of Mr. eggs with tiny flower corsages
.. Point Will his publisher.New .
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SUNDAY: and the life' only as,lit destroys Booklet Tells guest table. Mrs. Sadie Barwickwas

, Baptist Church 10:00 a. m.-church School all error and the belief that, in charge of the decoration -
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Elder R. E. Barfield. v 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship can be fettered by the body, and Royal's Department Store.

SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m,-Evening Worship Life be controlled by death In A simply-stated and well illustrated -., Following the luncheon, Mrs. .

10:00: a. m.-Sunday School MONDAY: his resurrection and ascension new leaflet just issued by Spooner presented Mrs. Bert Pad

11:00 a. m Morning Worship 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice Jesus showed'that a mortal man is the Central and Southern Florida geft with a gift from the club as a(

7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY: .. not the real essence of manhood, Flood Control District tells briefly going away present,also for perfect

8:00: p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st and that this unreal material mortality attendance record of five year
and to the point what the FCD is,
WEDNDESDAY: Tuesday. disappears in presence of the (she joined the club, five years .
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 2nd :MONDAY: reality." and what is does. ago), after which' she invited the
.. I FCD Board Chairman, Riley S. members to her
Service 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting join at the Prince
Miles, said the leaflet has been designed -
,.1 Theatre 'to the movie "Can-
,2nd and 4th TUESDAYS WEDNESDAY: see
Royal Park Manor for distribution at county' "
7:50 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Can. .
55 Meeting ----- **,.:. I Work Is StartedPahokee's I fairs, civic clubs and such meetings Mrs. C. B. Stringari and Mis.
.as the June 3-August 5 First Annual -
Glenn Powell
were in charge of the
Church Of God, Youth Conservation Exposition luncheon.
I ; sub-division-
'i 'Canal Point Barfield Highway newest I at Ocala to; highlight the importance .
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Royal Park Manor-will soon become of proper .control and

:' Baptist Church 9:45 A. .-Sunday School something more than planson I conservation; of water as, a vital Family Reunion Held

Rev. 11:00 A. M. Morning Worship paper according to Blanton..& natural resource. I 1 I At Mrs. Butler Home

'SUNDAY Charles D.; Stewart, Pastor.. 7:00 P. .-L. W. W. B. (Parsonage Unwin, Pahokee contractors, who The Youth Exposition is being
: ) sponsored by the Florida Game.and
!:;,a 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship x>n Monday of thfs week started I j I Fresh Water 'Fish Commission. Mrs. Ida Butler was hostess on.

.,' 11:00, a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30 P. U.Tuesday-Prayer Meet clearing the land and building I II {I The leaflet has been wholly written Sunday at a family reunion held at
S 55 6:30 p. m.-Training Union.. her home in honor of her grand
ing I streets in readiness for: construction -! produced ,and printed most inexpensively -
7:30 p. .-Evening. Worship 730 P. daughter's visit, Mr. and Mrs., Ned
: M..Fridaxchildren'sChurch of new homes. entirely by FCD staff
WEDNESDAY: Spooner (Pauline Dowling) and
Royal Park Manor is located members at the FCD headquartersI
on
7:30 .-Prayer Meeting. children of Jacksonville. Mrs. Bulers' :-
p.. 7:30 P. M. Thursday--.Y. P. E. I Bacom Point Road across from Ed I II I I or the 18-county.. wide District,
... five daughters and their fam-
I Olsen's nursery and will make one j 901 Evernia 'Street, West Palm J -
F : i! ilies helped make the celebration
The Pahokee Church Holy Nativity I of the fine developments of this Beach
: -...... complete. Those attending were:
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"' ,Of The Nazarene -Episcopal Church I .rea when completed.The contractors I j Mrs. ,Eva Jane Butler, mother of
\ that two and three bed-!I '
say !I
Pahokee' Airport StringsI Mrs. Spooner, Mrs. Rica Riffeyand
room homes with one and two
71 Bacom Point Road \ v I I daughters; Miss Evalea and
baths are to be built. I I Tied Tight By,FAA
I .! T Charles F. Crauswell Pastor M. Wendell Hainlin Vicar Low down payments with :10'' Mrs. Peggy Paul andgjbaby sons -H
4 Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 SUNDAY: of Sebring, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lair-
closing costs have been pointed out The county commission this week
and Ronnie of Pahokee also
son.
SUNDAY
SERVICES: 10 a. m.-Sunday School sey
as something that should interest gave its approval to terms and,con-
I 9:45 a. m.Sunday School. 11 a. m.-Worship Service their duaghter and family Mr. and
R the future home owner, so said the ditions for the return of International -
I '11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. Mrs Raymond Martin and their
I contractors. Prices on the homes Airport to control of he
I 6:30: p. m.-Juniors. sons of Punta Gorda; Mr. and Mrs.
St. Mary's Catholic start at $10,500.00.BAPTIST .
7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening ... I county. Millard Lairsey of Canal Point and I
The General Services Administration -
,Evangelistic Service. Church their son and family, Mr. and Mrs.
WEDNESDAY: CHURCHES federal agency handling
1 I Charles Lairsey and baby daughterof
7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer Father Francis Fennech, Pastor OVERSEAS BAPTIZED j I the airport- transfer, submitted a Sebring and Mr.,and Mrs. Rosco

meeting. Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. 31,107 LAST YEAR deed for county approval, settingout Stokes and their daughter, Mrs.

, "Where you are a stranger but Confessions before Mass. Overseas church related to South. II the terms for transfer. The Ansil Holt and Mr. Holt."Li'l .

once". ern Baptist mission work report a deed now goes back to GSA for -

.- HAS TONSILS REMOVED record 31,107 baptisms'during execution by the. federal,. .govern- :I

Mel Spooner, six-year-old son of 1960, an increase of 2,879 over I:ment. i Abner" Playing: .

First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. 'Melvin Spooner oflahokee 1959. These brought church mem- ,- The deed transfers All property I At Musicarnival

Church Pahokee underwent an operation bership to 452,975. except that section north of Belvedere -

for removal of his tonsils on Wednesday The number of churches increased Road and a small plot used l "-

SUNDAY SERVICES: ? of this week, at St. Marys by 130 to total 3,399, and mis for instrument landing equipment. "Li'l Abner, the riotous musical
: I tale oPAl comic characters
sions 190 to total Contributions Capp's strip -
by Use
9:45 a. m,-Sunday School Hospital. 6,522. of the airport property by
11:00 through the churches and the county is subject to approvalby will continue nightly it
Worship
a. m.-Morning
missions amounted to 3262290.30 the FAA, to the deed. Muscarnival thru Sunday, April 2,
6:45 p. .-Training Union Robert O. Lampi went to Lake according
the last of the tenttheatre's
8:00 p. .-Evening Worship City last Saturday and participatedin an increase of more than $1,000,000 In connection with the airport, performance
WEDNESDAY: the judging at the District 7 over the year before. Sixty-four:per the commission heard a request season. A funfilled show

8:00 p. .-Prayer Meeting. Band Contest. 1 cent of the churches were self-sup- from Ralph Blank Jr., for lease tf for the whole family, "Li'l Abncr"costars

porting. hangar space to house a new *.i- big, brawny Chet Sommers
in the title role and pretty, pert,
'$ '- This information is recorded in dustry. Blank told the commissionhe

stir/ivirrstftritirr\irrftirrTO the Southern. Baptist Foreign Mis- ,was, requesting the space for Patricia Northrop as Daisy Mae.
i In addition, this tale, which centers -
sion Board'8 1960 report, a compUti William Lear, a veteran in the fieldof
s n of figures and facts from the 1 aviation development, who wished 'around the fight to save Dog-

..'", -., ,-- 45 countries and territories where I J to use ,the hangar space for patch from annihilation by the
United States Government, features -
Southern Baptist missionariesserve. assembly and of twin-
testing a new
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N 'i j T10l1ll1', {fjllllfJID The annual report will be engine jet executive aircraft now such fabulous characters as

presented to the Southern Baptist I I being developed in Switzerland. Mammy and Pappy Yokum, Marry-

Convention when it meets in St. Blank, said the jet planes would be in' Sam, General Bullmoose, Earthquake
,
Louis, Mo., in May. sent here for final assembly of parts McGoon, Senator Jack S.
r The Foreign Mission Board appointed and furnishings.The I Phogbound, Evil Eye Fleagle and
OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN '
an the assorted animals who inhao-
I 137 missionaries during commission took Blank's request -
120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN 1960 for a net gain of 99, bringing I I under study with the observation it Dogpatch. /
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:. WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF 'the staff at the end of the year'to that;'another client is seek

CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES= 1.,480-623 men, 631 married women I ing"the same space asked by Lear. Honor Rubin Barfield

I and 226 single wom n.I Blank said his client would prob- ,
:WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTI- I Sunday schools sponsored by the ably not start full scale operationfor On His Birthday

CIPATION, AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE !overseas Baptist churches and mis- about a year and wants to rent -

MARKET WHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH sions in 1960 enrolled 389,138 persons the hangar now for future use. Elder Rubin Barfield Pastor of

CONFIDENCE ; youth organizations J15.715; ,.. ... the First Baptist Church in Canal

/ [Woman's Missionary Unions; 127- SON IN HOSPITAL Point was honored last Sunday, following I

510; Brotherhoods, 4,802; and Va- Mrs. W. L. Anderson of Canal Services with a basket
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SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. cation Bible schools.142,716. .. Point received word Sunday from lunch. The occasion was in honorof

.iII- .-' her son Cpl. Henry L. (Leroy) Anderson his birthday and apprecation of '
RETURNS TO GEORGIA a patient in the Valley his services as a ,Pastor for Uie
7' Livestock Market Ass'nk
Glades Mrs C: W..Anderson left Friday Forge General Hospital Phoenix past two years.

k for her home In Register.. Git. For Pa He'became ill at the Army Base -- 1"1. "

PAHOKEE-BJSmG GLADE ROAD the past four months she has been in Ft. Benning Ga., and was confined Mrs. L. M. Collins spent the past '

PHONE' WY 6-3028 GEORGE YOUNG MANAGER the house gueat of her""so 1-tn-Jaw to this hospital March 1st.feateiasr week in Orlando as houseguest of i a

1 ,.J.., and daughter 4 Mr. and Mrs, : .Hti; .-<.W* health and her-brother-in-law and sister.,Mr.' 'f
w__ lle > j/; PaW2: : 'ke ee to-soon be back on the base. and Mrs.. H. E. Smith: "- ''' '>(":; .. (
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)1i)k .< : Pace JSPt: The Everglades New, Canal Point, Florida Friday,March.31,1961


i;' S onorTofc. Mary K. Phillips Passes Away At 98 ATTEND FUNERALMrs. I I I INTEREST IS EARNED .

arsPay I Hassell Edmondson and Palm Beach County is earning:
t' '. Weds Gene Haggins daughter left Sunday March 19th interest on unspent funds that will

- ,:. Mrs. Harrington I for Cullman, Ala., to attend the amount to about $40,000. The com-
Announcement has been made of funeral of her father J.A.Simpson mission heard from its financial ad-
{.., the marriage of Miss Mary Kathryn : 68 years of age. Mr. Simpson died visor :Monday that $3,476,000 is )
t :Mrs. Rachel'Harrington, Chapter Phillips, daughter of Mr. and ; Saturday in the Murray County now invested in securities which
Af
i Mother was honored'at meeting of Mrs. J. C.. Hobby of McDonough, Hospital Columbia, Tenn., Mrs.'Ed will mature at such times as county
4 the Pahokee Order of the Eastern. Ga., and Gene Kenneth Haggina:, > J mondson and daughter returned funds are needed to meet budgeted''
Ir.a Star Chapter No. 184, in the Mar son of :Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hag-i I rlr f home Wednesday. requirements.
sonic: Hall Thursday Night March gins of Canal Point Fla., at Mc- i .z

r 23rd, Mrs. Ruth Meredith, worthy Donough, Monday, March 20. !
; matron, and D. P. Hughes, worthy The ceremony took place at the
,. i patron, presiding. home of the bride's uncle and aunt,
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e. ; Mrs. Jennie McKinstry program I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hand, with 4heRev. ANNOUNCING t
!h' chairman presented an Easter program -' Henry Albert officiating. At-'
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theme; "Easter Legend,' tending were Mr. and Mrs. Sam 4 Vf ROYAL PALM MANORMEDALLION
t also a special program honoring ther Spear Mr. and :Mrs.T.J. Hand and
\ Chapter Mother, Mrs. Rachel Har- Miss Bell Spear. HOMES
rington. This program was intitled. Following a brief wedding trip } 2 AND 3 BEDROOMS 1 AND 2 BATHS

':, "Do You Remember?" Host and to Florida, the couple are now at I
r hostesses for the meeting were; their home in Pahokee. I From $10,500

.. Hinnie Graham, Grace Graham and .
I LOW DOWN PAYMENTS NO CLOSING COSTS
: Etta Mae Friend. II
I I APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED
tv Mrs. Florrie Nix, program chairman .,
f is malting plans for the April i,Hendry County Gets!I Blanton &. Unwin Inc.I
L 13th, meeting. Three of the officers -! t ,
who have made plans to attend SRDWorkOnUS27 I Office Phone 7143 Res. Phones 7712 & 7366
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. the Grand Chapter in Jacksonville' PAHOKEE, FLORIDA

...i at this time are; Ruth Meredith, &
. worthy matron; Jennie McKinstry Conversion of more than eight
and Grand MRS. FRANCES McBRIDE
secretary Judy Sapp
miles of U. S. 27 from two-lane|Ito
.' Instructor of District 18. four-lane highway in Hendry County Alamo, GeorgiaMrs. I|.+, fi I t1 t --I-H ..H.iH."H"H"M"H-. --t t I If i"I | I t I I t i II t t I >
The Grand Chapter meets April
11 through 14, at, the Coloseum in is now 55 per cent complete, the Frances McBride 98 years I
;= ., Jacksonville. The theme chosen for: State Road Department announced of age March 11th, of this .year, THEATRESPRINCE

this'meeting.. is: "The Garden Of today. died ,March 25th, in the Telfair I

Prayer Session." I Warren M. Cason of Tamp, Hospital, in McRae, Ga., after three LAKE DRIVE-IN
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Road Board member for District weeks illness.

Passion Play In One, and Travis A. Gresham, Jr., Frances E.Morris was born 1863, I Pahokee. Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
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of Fort Myers, Senator for District daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. """ """" i
\ Special Performance extends -2 FEATURES. -
24, said the $809,107 project Benjiman :Morris in what was then
-- from Olympic Street in Clew- I known as :Montgomery County.She SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY SUNDAY -MONDAY-TUESDA'
LAKE WALES-"A special per- iston west to the intersection, at I I was married 1883 to the late APRIL 2.3-4

formance of the worldfamousBlack Whiddens Corner. I 1 W. McBride and he preceded her APRIL 2-3-4! "THE TIME
Hills Passion Play will beheld The existing two-lane roadway I.J. death 15 years ago. She was the
on Good Friday, March 31, at I included in the 8.541mile'projectwill last survivor of a family ,of ten I "CinderFella" MACHINE"
7:30 p. m, at the Lake Wales Am- ', be resurfaced and two new I brothers and sisters, one brother
phitheatre," was the announcementfrom I lanes will be added. A median strip died last year. ROD TAYLOR, ALAN YOUNG,

Leroy.Horton, Jr., presidentcf .will separate the dual traffic lane Of the eleven children born to JERRY LEWIS ANNA lIARL.IA YVETTE MIMIEUX

the Passion Play Amphitheatre The project, being handled by I Mr. and Mrs. McBride, one son, ALBERGHETTI AND -ALSO-

corporation. "Our:' regular show Brinson-Allen Construction Com- John C. McBride of Alamo,. Ga, t JUDITH ANDERSON 'Stop! Look! &Laugh!'
dates are every Tuesday, Thurs- pany of Tampa, also includes construction and four daughters are her survivors -

day, Saturday and Sunday,however of a 125-foot bridge over ; Mrs. Abby Woodward of I.:"i"frH"i"M"fr'i-frHy'M"Mfli"H' i i M M Mif, I It.. t1111 H.H.I ; JI
"., due to our large crowds this year, Sugarland Canal at the west city Stuart, Fla., Mrs. Eunice Argo of I ,
we have added this extra performance limits of Clewiston. Alamo. Ga.. (with whom she made I ---

during the Easter Season, The Tampa company started i her home) Mrs. :Mary Roland and II'II'I
with the last performance of the work on the project last June, Ca- Mrs. Margaret Pope,'both of Canal :
year scheduled for April 16." son said. I Point. Also 12 grand-children and J

thirteen greatgrand children survive i:
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her. i .L
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,BUILD YOUR GARAGE j I life in Alamo, McRae and Glenwood :,
I and in Canal.Point she spent,many
happy years as guest of her daugh- I:
ters. She was known and loved '

throughout this community. J
Funeral Services were held Sun

day 3:00 p. m., at the Glenwood f9srti
f .It I Methodist Church with Rev. Lun :Y'. I
Morrison officiating assisted by the ;; ;
local Pastor, Rev. Tucker. Grave
services were completed at McRae $
Cemetery with Harris Funeral
Home in charge of the arrange- I
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I Resort, fishing-camp. marina,I It

MASONRY {motel, boat and motor sales outlets -I
and restaurant owners and ,
k management around the shore and

along the tributaries of Lake Okee-
chobee have formed a mutual Interest
Of Course A Girl Scout
IT'S EASY LASTS A LIFETIME group known as Lake Oke- ,
chobee Public Service Bureau.In .
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taking that step,resort inter-
tWFor ests have long felt the need for helpin ,
the ideal garage construction\ use con- ; Learns Thrift
the preservation of the area as 'I
crete masonry for walls. No other materialwill fishing and
one of the greatest I
give you the low cost long lasting boating frontiers left in America.

protection fire-safety plus low upkeep .Principal purposes of the group She knows it is important now to,save her allow-

and attractive appearance. So if you're plan-. are to find ways and means to at- I ance and baby-sitting earnings for gifts and
tract more visitors; expand the specials she wants to buy. Her wise Scout Leader -
ning to build or rebuild a look
garage use of the across-the-lake waterways knows that the lessons of Thrift this girl
first to concrete masonry you'll never be ; and to keep the area attract- learns today will make her a better home-maker,

sorry you did. For quality block precision ive to local as well as visiting users wife, mother and citizen in the years to come. .

made on Stearns equipment.., seeps today.. of Luther its facilities.Lowe, "Slim" Corbin. We are helping this Girl Scout, and many like
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M. M. her, to save successfully. .
Ralph Lewis, E. E. Collier
Moulton, W. T. Hollis are a few of
CONCRETE BLOCK BUILD BETTER BUILDINGS the entire membership which de- Yes, Funds Are Now Available To .

clares, "!'here has long been the
You Build That Home
need for such an organizationwhose Help New
prime purpose is to attract
more visitors and preserve the area
I attractive to local as well as visit- j Everglades federalSAVINGS .
ing users of its facilities.
Intention is to hold a meeting la
Clewiston around April 20, offices & LOAN ASSOCIATION
have been established at 315 South
SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10.000 BY TSD3BLAL SAVIN OS
Pacific Avenue Clewiston and
in ,
PAHOKEE, FLA. JUr.Trla: : GlADE, FLA. AND LOAN INSURANCE COBPOBATXOX
Raymond Spencer has agreed to
PHONE 7185 PBONEWY 6- U8 (serve without compensation M 8. W. AVE. Masa3u CLADK mOD WT+ C-2MT

secretary. ,Howard L. Angell has .

,. .. been named field representative :.:4< i 111, i i'i 11111- 1II1I1111111111111111 1111II11 .

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