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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: April 7, 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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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I Kirkland Bernard Eldon, 72 Public Invited To A new law to be enacted at this

years of age, died April 4th, in his Ground BreakingThe session of the legislature will createa
silver shovel, manufactured me' in this area. sleep, of natural causes at his homein Magistrate's Court for the Western -
The Resources DevelopmentBoard 1 Lake Harbor. section of Palm Beach county.-
especially for the occasion, will beN
public is cordially invited to
with offices in West Palm Kirkland B. Eldon was born 1889, Rep. Emmett S. Roberts introduced -
used to turn the first dirt in the. Beach, plans to send a bus load of son of the late William and Ellen attend the "Ground Breaking" for the bill this week and upon passage -
ground breaking ceremony marking visitors for the afternoon's pro Eldon on the Abrica Island, in ?.te the new $12,000,000 sugar mill at. it' will take effect in Palm
'the start of construction of the gram.The bus will load at the park- Bahamas. He attended the Island: Bryant at 3 p.m. Saturday, accorJ Beach county at the beginning of
lot from Connie Mack I ing to Harry T. Vaughn, president the October 1,
new $12,000,000 sugar mill at Bryant ing across Schools and was married to Miss new budget year on
of the U. S. Sugar Corp.
Field at 1:30 and go direct to the Alma Hall in Miami in the year of 1961.
at 3 o'clock Saturday after Mr. Vaughn said that plans have
I ground breaking ceremony, return- 1917. He lived in Miami and Okee- The first judge whose salary will
: noon. Franklin F'arrel, III, presi- ing around five o'clock in the after- chobee before coming to Lake Harbor been completed to care for a large be $5000 a year, would be appointedby
., dent of Farrel-Binningham Com noon. Reservations for the trip thirty years ago. crowd at the ceremony that is the governor, and would serve
pany, Inc., Ansonia, Conn., contractors may' be made by calling the RDB He was a retired Florida East scheduled to last about an hour. A until the general election in 1962.
for the mill, will present the office, phone TE 23794. J Coast employee, a member of Lake speaker's platform, loud speaker After that the judge who will have
silver shovel to United States Harbor Methodist Church ,and a system and parking arrangementshave ,to be at least 25, practiced law for
"I Sugar Corporation officials who I member: of the Belle Glade LodgeNo. been made at the site of the ; a year, and a resident of the magis-
will break the ground on this his- Sunrise EasterServices 273, F. and A. M. new mill immediately back of the trate court district would be elected -
s i i tory making occasion'in western Mr. Eldon is survived by his wife. commissary at Bryant.The for four year terms.
Palm Beach County,' Alma Eldon one son, Robert Eldoi company has had many new Jurisdiction of the court would
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f": Plans call for a program to,last of Lake Harbor, two daughters, signs painted to show,directions for not include civil matters and would
Ii between 45 minutes and an hour for Mrs. Gladys:Gerry of Lake Harbor reaching the site. of the ceremony. not conflict) with the small claims
: ', the Ground Breaking. One out- Brass Ensemble, from the and Mrs. Dorothy Stacy of Bryant; court, Roberts said.
standing feature of the event Will Pahokee High School Band, playeda I one sister, Mrs. Jessie Prichard of FineArtsExhibitPlanned Misdemeanor cases and all traf
J be the introduction of Mrs. Elizabeth chorale, Mendelssonhn's "Let AU Nassau Bahamas; two ,brothers violation cases which are misdemeanors -
c Bryant Duff and Mrs. Cath- I Men Praise The Lord", to herald Thomas and Walter Eldon both cf for which the punish-
I 1 erine Bryant Beach, of Palm Beach, the appearance of the rising Sun at Miami; Also nine grandchildrenand For May 7 ment does not exceed a $500 fine
daughters of the late F. E. Bryant, the Easter Service. Dr. B. A. Bow- a number of nieces and neph- or a jail term of not more than
: pioneer sugar cane developer h ers, interim pastor of the Pahokee six, months will be handled by the
the Everglades and for whom the First Baptist Church, delivered the I ews.Funeral Services were held The Omicron Chapter of the court.
,l Bryant plantation east of Canal Easter Sermon to approximately: Thursday 2 p. m. in the Lake Har- Sigma Eta Sorority of Fine Arts County Commissioner Paul Rai-
Point was named. in 1945 after having served the U. Other ministers of the Pahokee : pastor, Dr.N., DiStephano officiating Mrs. Marjorie Hatton in Paho Glades Office Building for ser-
, S. Sugar Corp., for many years asv' and Canal Point area assisting on' Interment will be Clewiston. kee. Mrs. Luther Jones presidedover vice to folks in this area, said that
vice president and superintendentof the program were: Rev. ThomasC. Honorary pall bearers were; El- the business meeting at which plans call for housing the new courtin
the U. S. S. Corporation holdings O'Steen, call 'to worship; Rev. bert Hester, Nathan Bolton, Royce time tentative plans were made for that building.Radiothon. .
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i--' at Bryant. Charles' D. Stewart, prayer; Rev.I Swain of Lake 'Harbor also :Major the entertainment of the national -
! Harry T. Vaughn, president jt Robert' A. Shelley, scripture reading -! and Scott Lee of Clewiston. Active vice-president, Mrs. Kent Beecher Plan
, the corporation, will make one of ,. and Mrs. J. H. Kinard, benedic'f pallbearers were; C. A. Thomas, L. of Kokomo, Ind., *co plans an in-
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the talks of the afternoon when he C. Nipper, Jake Newman, Roy spection trip to Fla., chapters in
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\I'' discusses "Sugar Progress in the tion.The combined vesper and chancel I| Layfield Marvin Lee and Rollin May. For Youth CenterThe
Glades." Those in the Glades section choirs of the Pahokee First Meth- Plank. Williams Wetheringion Plans were also discussed for the
TI) of the county who heard him at odist Church under the direction >f I-Funeral 'Home was in charge of annual exhibition to be presented -
! a recent Chamber of Commerce Mrs. R. L. Hatton sang Mozart's arrangements.. in the Community Building in Board of Directors of the-
meeting in Pahokee know that a "Gloria," accompanied at the piano Canal Point on May 7th. Mrs. Mar- Pahokee Youth Center Inc., met
r ', treat is in store. Mr. Vaughn was I by Miss Alice ,Hurt. Robert O. I! jorie Hatton will serve as exhibit at the Center last week and discussed
Attack
.', born and reared_ on a sugar cane 'Lampi, director of the Pahokee Heart chairman, Mrs. Lillian Masonic' en- i,, plans for the Youth Center
,t s' .;plantation in Louisiana and has High School Band, led the congregation tertainment chairman, Mrs. Betty Radiothon the annual fund raising
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' r been in the business all his life. He in group singing of three I Fatal To Jay HallJames ,Kidder, refreshment chairman, i campaign for the Youth Center
is a former resident of Pahokee hymns. I Mrs. Luther Jones, refreshmenttable which is conducted each spring fur
" _' .where he lived for two years while The Services were sponsored by chairman and Mrs. Ruth Carpenter one day through facilities of the
t associated with the Bryant, plantation 'the Pahokee Ministerial Associa- Leyton. (Jay) Hall 52 publicity chairman.Mrs. Pahokee Radio Station. The date
I' *. before moving to Clewiston tion with the various groups and years of age, former resident of Bernice Sellers gave a talk for the Radiothon will be announced -
where he was gradually elevated in, individuals assisting. Offerings collected Canal Point and Pahokee, suffereda on oil paintings with demonstra- at another time.
I Company circles until today he :s, 'are to be used in home mis- heart attack and died April 3 in tions on color, after which refresh- The board discussed plans for :an:
I i President and General Manager ofJ' sions work among migrant fam- a Key West HospitaL ments of cake and coffee were serv- adult leader to replace James
the Corporation. ilies. Mr. Hall lived in Pavo, Ga., then ed by the hostess.Baptist Thelkeld during the Summer mon-
( Corporation officials are hopeful -- ths. voted to the
made his home here for a number., They'also change
I J.I j that C. S. Mott, one of the large Is of years before moving to Key RevivalTo regular meeting from the fourth
stockholders, can be present for the 'Design Forum West. Monday to the fourth Tuesday-
I ground breaking. If so, he will be He is survived by his widow, Lor- night.
'" asked to turn the first shovelful of ScheduledAprillS raine Hall of Key West; a son Start SundayThe ...
!, y dirt. Mr. Mott is 85 years of age James Leyton Hall, Jr., U. S. Ma- Canal Point PTA
and lives in Flint, Michigan, and it rines Corps. Jacksonville, N. C.,
isn't definite that he can be here A" landscape design forum will two daughters, Mrs..Mary Dickson, Revival Services at the Canal Will Meet MondayPahokee
Saturday. be held at the Mounts building on .Meridian, Miss., and ,Mrs. Martha Point Baptist Church will begin -
Invitations have been issued to Military Trail on April 18 by Dis- Robbins, Toronto, Canada; also Sunday Morning April 9, and Parent Teacher Associ-
U. S. Senators Spessard L. Holland trict 10 Garden Clubs. Registrationwill five grandchildren. will continue through Sunday ation will meet at the school Mon-
and George Smathers and Congressman start at 9:30 o'clock and the I The funeral was held in Key April 16.Charles O. Smith, of Winter day at 8 p. m. April 10. The speaker -
Paul Rogers. Their attendance fee will be fifty cents.Plana call for 1 I West Wednesday, April 5 at 2:00 p. Haven will arrive in Canal Point Walter Burkhart, member of
depends on the press of; the program to be over by 1:30 m. with Richards Funeral home in Saturday Night ready to direct the the Class Room Teacher Associa-
business in Washington. I p.m. I l charge of the arrangements. Musical part of the Revival Ser tion, will speak on "Impending
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Officials of the corporation ex- Mrs. G. O. Gjoerloff will show i vices. Legislation."
tend a cordial invitation to all{ slides on "Contemporary Gardens."!I David Watkins and Albert Ga- The Rev. Fulton Bryan Pastorof .
\ sugar interests and citizens of the William Dale will talk' on "Urban I I j I mot:, students at the University of The First Baptist Church of University I
r, county to attend the ground breaking -I Landscape." Mr. and Mrs. Lewis I Miss., spent the Easter Holidays Lake Park is to be the guest }Min of Miss., spent the Easter Holidays -
and hear first hand'about the Vaughn will show slides on "Meet I I with their. parents; Mr. and l&n. later. Services will begin at 8 p. m.I with his parents,...Mr. and I If
.- $12,000,000 venture into sugar the Orchid Family." Garden Club- I IB. B. Watkins and Mr. and Mrs. each evening throughout the. eight f f Mrs. Pope Sears and sisters, Gale I
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grinding and raw sugar manufact- members are urged to attend. i I A. J. Gamot. days of the Revival. and Glenda. I

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The Canal Point Elementary lone Patterson Circle of the
School pupils presented.anJEaster ,Canal Point Baptist Womans,Mis-
Music program, Thursday 9:30 a. sionary Society will meet Monday DUSTRY WE SAY WELCOME TO OFFICERS
m. in the school auditorium. directed April 10, 3 p.. m. at the home of
by Mrs. Ruth Snider. Mrs. W. S. Evans Port Mayaca. AND DIRECTORS OF THE U. S. SUGAR CORP.
"Beneath The Cross of Jesus"
and "Were You There When They EASTER GUESTS GROUND BREAKING SATURDAY AFTEft00NWWWWWWWuWWWWWWJ
Crucified My Lord" were sung by Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Reeves of
the fourth,thru the eighth grades. : Pelican Lake ,had as their Easter!
Piano solos: Sunday guests, their son-in-law and I
Christ The Lord Is Risen'Today, daughter, Mr.and Mrs.Bill WWWWWWWVWUWWUWUWWu
Nancy Harrington. ers and children of Belle weath-I
Christ Arose,Josephine Young. also the Weathers -
"Christ The Lord Is Risen To- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Norris I
day", Sung by the fourth thru and baby of Gainesville. Other
eighth grades.Traditional. guests were; son-in-law and daughter -I NOW WATCH THE
Carols: Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Maxson
Funny Little Bunny with a Pow- and their two daughters of Canalof
der Puff Tail Dramatized by. the Canal Point.
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There's A Little Bunny on a Hill Mr. and Mrs. Seth Roberts and
Bunny Hiding In The Grass.I Have Mr.and Mrs.J. J. Walker returned I
Bonnet Trimmed in Blue,sung. by Saturday from Lake Butler where
the first grade pupils. they were' called to attend the fun-
Easter Parade, dramatized by eral of their uncle, Gus Walker of
the pupils of second and third that city. _. {jlY MI1M1\.WMIIWllW! lW lW !i.M.Ij WIj.LIIMli! l.'I W; IY: l.1 V.J'WIaMI' I\\l.I IMGIYIy, }, l.'lWM; G'{ I

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I [[: PER30NANEWS: :__ :NOTESMr. : ij: :------]--- i I I I' son their Ga.and Mr.,,Don Mrs.were Mrs.brother and of Harlan weekend M.Mrs.Ozark and P.Ralph Holman Page sister-in-law Ala.house,Holman of and,guests Moultrie all his were and Mr.sister of-I I II ROYAL ANNOUNCING PALM MANOR ,-



I and Mrs. J. W. Jones and Mr.and Mrs. Edwin DeLeon, students -i Sunday dinner guests at the home MEDALLION HOMES '
I Children, Danny. Harry arid Cyn- of F. .S. yin Tallahasseewere of Mr. and :Mrs. Howard Holman.Mr. 2 AND S BEDROOMS 1 AND 2 BATHS
thia of Albermarle, N. C., were theJEaster the Easter weekend house and Mrs. Joe Calhoun and I From )
Holidays house guests of his guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Miss Frances Ruth Calhoun $1O,5OOLOW

mother Mrs. C. B. Jones and 0, H..Sheppard.Mrs. I of Miami spent Easter Sunday DOWN PAYMENTS NO CLOSING COSTS
brother Alton. While here they also Edwin Cowart underwent I here as guests of her parents APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEP'T'EDBlanton
visited another brother the Charlas surgery Monday at the Good Sa- II Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weeks and his

Jones Family in Clewiston.Mr. maritan Hospital inVest Palm mother, Mrs. Ola Calhoun. & Uniwin (
Inc.
and Mrs. J. D. Stacy had as Beach.W. I :Mr. and Mrs. Ted Echols of'Met- ,

their house guests Monday and N. Veal and sons Willie and I bourne spent the Easter holidays Office Phone 7143 Res. Phones 7712 & 7366 "
Tuesday her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. James spent the weekend in Deep- with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.,' PAHOKEE FLORIDA -
.Jessie Ross of :Miami. step Ga., as guests of his fahter Dow Echols.
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John Hill Gandy is the guest of Frank Veal, and other relaitves. Mr. and Mrs. Danny DeLeon cf' '. a j ,
his mother, Mrs. Gandy and sister Mrs. Duke Tucker accompaniedby Tallahassee 'spent the Easter holi-

Pat. He has just returned from Mrs. W. N,Veal, Mrs. Ben Rogers days with Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Shep- n(iYTIHtTI1rW'ff! \,:tnt mtimt\t'r7\1: tnt rnrnt fI11'j"\t\tlmt, r7\1,ntrn" f f"f.mt'mtlrG''
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Germany where he was stationed and :Mrs. L. C. Livingston wera pard.J. .-
for several years in the U. S. Air business visitors in Tampa last. W. Ingram is a patient in the
Corps. Saturday. Everglades Memorial Hospital recovering -
A NEW SUGAR MILL WILL BE
from accident last
Mr. Woods of an
Mrs. M. C. Carter left Mondayfor and Mrs. Claude I
week.
several weeks visit with her Princeton Ky., spent several days
i Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Sellers had as' WELCOME IN OUR
daughters and families; Mr. and I, last week as guest of her cousins, SECTION
recent his and
brother Judge
Mrs. C. A. Doering and children in Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Boynton.Mr. guest
Mrs. Carl E. Sellers of Houston
Akron Ohio and Chief-Petty Of- and Mrs. Alvin Armstrong
ficer and Mrs. Eugene McCall and and children of Hialeah were the County, Dothan, Ala. --rr: :.H..i.+++: : :inHere i 4
Miss Linda Sellers accompaniedby
children in Chicago Ill. recent house guests of his parents,
her room mate, Miss Gail Pave-
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Miss Susanne Morgan, Studeht Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong.Mr. lic of Schenectady, N. Y., studentsof at Canal Point Pharmacy we are
of U. of F. at Gainesville, spent and Mrs. George Peterson of Palm Beach Junior College,
the 'Easter Holidays as guests of I Winter Garden also Mr. and Mrs.
spent the Easter holidays with rear looking forward to the coming this
her parents :Mr. and Mrs. Claud Martin Marks of Miami were the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Sellers
:Morgan.Mr. Easter holiday guests of Mr and
in Pahokee. great new industry. We welcome
and Mrs. Frank Sganga and Mrs. H.J.Anderson.Mr. Bobby Erickson, student Forest

.. children, Paul Clara and Laura of and Mrs. J. T. Boynton had Lake Academy of Orlando spent those who are going build it and as-
New Smyrna Beach spent the Easter as their recent guests Capt. and the Easter Holidays with his parents -

Vacation with her parents, Mr. Mrs. George Coletto and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson sure them of our warmest congratu-
and-Mrs. Frank H. O'Connell. Gay Lynn,..of Ft. Belvoir, Va. in Canal Point.

I I Mrs. A. R. Chastain and Mrs. lations for deciding upon this area as
I Mae Laflin were visitors to Nassau
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and Mrs. R. J. Maxsonr were
I the guests of friends in Sanford
CANAL POINT RESIDENTS and Eau Gallie during the past :-HrHJ: X-:
weekend.

s Miss Terry Davenport of Bran-
SURELY WELCOME A don is visiting her grandparents, CANAL POINT PHARMACY -
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser in Paho-

GREATNEWINDUSTRYThe kee.Miss Sammie Lee Lanham who is Mel Paul, Reg. Pharmacist

attending Charron Williams in Miami -
Canal Point Fla.
ttt spent the weekend with her ,
I parents Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Lan-

coming of a new sugar mill to this I I 1-ham. I I It7Ij"roi'fflm1rI'"mtir71imtlyT"t

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immediate section is proof that the
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This vast $12,000,000 expenditurenails ANOTHER BADCOCK "CERTIFIED VALUE!"


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FrIday April 7, 1961 Tb; Brwgl****N w ra. C aal poet Ftortda> F.g "nI

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hall and
I children spent the Easter Holidaysin
Plant City, as guests of her par- "
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Grace,
I they also drove to Tampa to see "

his and brother Mrs. Ben and Hall.sister-in-law-, Mr. WE EXTEND" A SINCERE . .' .. ., '
Mr. and Mrs.Joe Kelly and Mad-
Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Heller of Ri- g;
eline of Ft. Pierce visited Mr. and
viera Beach visited friends in Ca- S
Thomas Jr.
Mrs.J.-V. Sunday.
nal Point Rev. Heller is
Miss Pat Gandy returned to her Monday. 3
home Saturday after being a pa- .a former Church pastor of Canal Point Welcome 3
Baptist
tient at the Everglades Memorial
Hospital for several days Edwin L. DeLeon, son-in-law of 3
Mr. and,Mrs. O. H.
.Mr. and Mrs. Pat Elliott of Sheppard. was 3
Gainesville, Fla. were weekend recently initiated into Sigma Delta
guests of his parents Mr. and Mia.I: Pi, Spanish Honorary at Florida 3
J.M.Elliott.Pat is a student at the I I State University in Tallahassee.Mr. -TCTHE-
University of Florida.Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bordenaes, [3
and Mrs. Loyd Brackin of I students at F. S.U. in Tallahassee, 3
Eagle Lake spent the Easter week- \were the Easter weekend guests of
end with their daughters and son- I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harris Carpenter and other relatives.Mr. I (
and Elinor Brackin.Mr. and Mrs. George Gann haveas
and Mrs. Don Beverly ware their house guests,Mr.and Mis. U. S. SUGAR CORP. i iON
Easter weekend guests of their R. J. Hegar' of Ridgeway Beach
parents Mr. and Mrs. A. D..Bever Ontario, Canada.
ly.Miss John Smith, student of U. of F.,
Nancy Thomas was the left Monday for Gainesville, after
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. spending the Easter Holidays as
J. V. Thomas during Easter holi- guest. of his parents. Mr. and Mrs.R. THE OCCASION OF THEIR GROUNDBREAKING 3
days. T. Smith. 3
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SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUL9DA1 APRIL 9-10-11 At Bryant On April 8 T

APRIL 9-10-11 "ONE FOOT L

"A Summer Place" IN HELL'
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RICHARD EGAN, DOROTHY AND DAN O'HERLJHY
McGUIRE & SANDRA DEE -ALSO- K
( TECHNICOLOR) "WOLF DOG"K I tWe!' here at Shirley Brothers join the many other business

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sugar mill in our immediate vicinity. We know that the

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specials she wants to buy. Her wise Scout Leader E I iI
knows that the lessons of Thrift this girl BROS.j iI
learns today will make her a better home-maker, I
wife, mother and citizen in the years to come. iJ I
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her, to save successfully. I
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Yes, Funds Are Now Available To ;

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E( f The W. S. C. S. of Canal Point
met Tuesday at 8 p.m.at the homeof
Mrs. Don Kepp. Mrs. William .a Iu
Underhill presented the worship
program entitled, "Dilemma Of
The Young American Mother".I New Era Dawns
Those assisting her were* ; Mrs. L. in
L. Maxson, Mrs. Ell McCall and
Mrs. Elmer Maxson. I
After the program, the meetingwas I .
turned over to the president, -
Mrs. W. E. Blackwell. Mrs. Frank
Wilson announced that a bock ', .. The Everglades I
. study will be held Tuesday, April
25 at her home, title "Basic Chris- .
tian Belief." Ten dollars were set .. : 'C
aside for the foreign asking fund. .,. rI }, .
An announcement was made of .
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the Annual Conference of the W. S. ,,; '.... ,
C.S.on South Eastern District,will .. ,'" WITH THE COMING OF NEW- ..
be held at the First Methodist

Church in West Palm Beach, April "-
.18,19 and 20.Members are asked to
contact the president of their society -
if they desire to attend. The
big luncheon is to be held Wednes- !
day April 19, at the George Wash- SugarMil1 atWE Bryan-t
ington Hotel, fee $2.85. The speakers
will be announced at a later
date. The members are urged to
support, their district president,
Mrs. Kitty Huber of Ft. Pierce.
Mrs. L. L. Maxson, chairman of .
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the Nominating committee, pre- ARE PLEASED TO BE ABLE TO ATTEND THE
a slate of officers
sented new ; .
Mrs. L. L. Maxson: Pres., Mrs. -
Ossie Upthegrove, vice president, i.- PLANNED CEREMONY SCHEDULED TO MARK !
Mrs. W. E. Johnson, Secretary;
Mrs. Pope Sears, Treasurer. The I ';' THE BEGINNING OF ANOTHER HUGE PROGRESS- ;
following offices are listed as Sec
retary; Promotion, Mrs. C. L. 7 IVE STEP WHEN THE U. S. SUGAR CORPORATION J
Stuart; Missionary Education, :Mrs.
J. P. Parker; Christian Social Relation HOLDS ITS .
Mrs. Don Kepp; Student, ::
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Mrs. W. K. Buchanan; Youth, Mrs. 1
Robert A. Shelley; Children, Mrs.E. .I "
F. Hollan; Spiritual, Mrs. W. E. iI
Blackwell; Literature and Publi- I

cations Supply,, Mrs.Mrs.W.Eli E.McCall.Underhill; ana I GROUNDSATURDAY BREAKING I Ii

Refreshments of cake and coffee -I
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were served during the social
hour to 23 members by the hostess,

Mrs. Don Kepp. -. I APRIL 8TH iJ* I Ii

Bill McClemthan returned to his I I i :. : <. :.i- I
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SALE: New and,used Willys j : .
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn
Belle Glade, Phone 3058. :& .
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SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your| TURNING THE FIRST SHOVEL OF DIRT WILL t
name label shows you to be, m I
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,arrear on payment. Send alongthat "' I jcI
$2.00 payment now and we I MARK ACTUAL CONSTRUCTION OF THIS NEW

will continue to send you this great .
palladium of the family fireside.I MILL AND WILL MEAN STEADY EMPLOYMENT
The Everglades News, Canal Point I
Fla OF MANY, MANY FOLKS IN OUR SECTION. WE'RE. I I

SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you HAPPY TO KNOW THIS GREAT NEW FACILITY IS f
have one, get in touch with this

newspaper and insert a $1 claSsi- TO'BE READY TO GRIND CANE ON NOV. 1 1962 I
wed ad. It will get results.All ads .

payable in advance.The EvergladesNews ...
Canal Point, Fla.


APARTMENTS many folks coming are into needed this area by

to earn a living. Do you have one I WE SAY WELCOME I.
for rent? Tell them and the world
,through a $1 classified ad in these : .
columns. Send along'a description I
of the apartment and a $1 bill and
we'll do the rest. The EvergladesNews : L
Canal Point, Fla. I

WHEN SHOPPING in West Palm I 3:1 _\\AA\A\AA\AA\AAA\AAAAAAAAA\AA4\AA\ _\ \ _\ _\ ___\ _\ _AAAAA_ .
Beach visit the new Mary Carter -I fI
Paint Store on the Dixie Highway
2 blocks S. of Southern Boulevard.We I
have a $2 sample can of our I
wonderful liquid Glass Enamel for
each Canal Point visitor who men- LADES"HEMICALI: 1
tions this advertisement. 4212 S. ; 1I 1
Dixie, West Palm Beach. Cte 5

NEED A PLUMBER? Call H. W.
,Scrape for plumbing, septic tank
cleaning, field tile work. We j rYU COMPANY :
water heaters, pipe fittings and do
all kinds of repair work. H. W. .

Scrape, Pahokee Phone 7547.:. Alp .PHONE 606 I : _'. 'SAHOKEE, FLORIDA :
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ATTEND; WEDDINGMr.
Christian Science
., and.D.. P. Hughes had .... .
; Group Of Canal:PointThose as their house guests last week

: Those attending Christian Science their daughter, Miss Kay Hughesand WE RECOGNIZE ANOTHER HISTORICAL ANDProgressiye
her class mates. Miss Jeanette I
f services Sunday will hear a Runte of Ft. Pierce, Miss Jennie
call to tin ;
overcome
It challenging Bosselman of Vero Beach,and Miss
and sickness of kind through
: every Jeanine Witt of Winter Haven. iiJ I
wholly. spintuat means. / Other guests at the Hughes home
Highlighting the Lesson-Sermon were; Seaman Sonny Tucker of the
entitled, "Are Sin, Disease, and
Orlando Air Force Base. Mr. and
t Death Real?" is this Golden Text: I
Mrs. Runte, of Ft. Pierce parentsof i
,"The kingdom of heaven is at
". Miss Jeanette Runte, were tile
band. Heal the sick, cleanse the
guests Saturday and attended the,t
I lepers, raise the dead, cast out Mims-Orlando wedding after whicn: .
devils have received,
: freely ye r
they accompanied the young ladiesto
(Matthew 10).
freely give" their homes.
One of the selections to be read --- iiJ
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r. Key to the Scriptures" by Mary: Mrs. Judith Orlando and daughter .: Step :. 1
"God is
incapable
Baker Eddy states as Miss Hellena Orlando of Chicago ;
sin, sickness, :
of producing Ill. arrived here last Tuesday I
and death as He is of experienceing r
to attend the wedding of her son.
these errors. How then is it Airman James Richard Orlando to I
.. possible for Him to create man 1. : j
Miss Patsy Mims, Sat. April

I man subject who to is this made triad in of the errors divine, guests While of here Mr.they and Mrs.were Lewis the Mims.house In The Economy of the Everglades .-' 0 I IIiJ

likeness?" (p.356). I ---
With: The Start of Construction L Lp I
This verse will be read from :
I EASTER AT CYPRESS LODGE ;
Psalm 145: "The Lord is righteous I Mrs. Frank Handley and four Of The New I IIiJ
in all his ways, and holy in all his; children of Sebring arrived at the

works." I Cypress Lodge, Port Mayaca to -
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Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hitchcock I It parents,Col.and Mrs.W.S.Evans. '
. and baby Larry of Milledgeville, Dr. Frank Handley joined his IJ BRYANTUGAR
Ga., were the recent over night family in Canal Point Sunday .
guests of his parents, Mr.and Mrs. accompanied them home. Otn- :

W.P.Hitchcock. er house guests of Col. and Mrs. '
Evans were; her brotherinlawand
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO sister, Major Gen., and Mrs. !
REGISTER FICTITIOUS R. P. Hollis Col., Emmy Lou Vogel I
NAME and Col., George Price all of o.
Notice is hereby given that the Melrose.
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Chapter 20,953,Laws of Florida, EASTER PARTIESThe
Acts of 1941 will register with the: students of the Canal Point
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Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and Elementary School weer entertained t '
for Palm Beach County, Florida, with Easter parties ThursdayPM
upon receipt of proof of Publica- following the dismissal of
tion of this notice, the fictitious classes, assistance roommotherswith
the of their teachers. -
name to wit:

CIIUCK'S ICE SERVICE With An Expenditure
under which I am engaged in bus- o
iness at Pahokee, Florida. i EASTER VISITORSMr.
That the party.interested in said and Mrs. J. T. Guerry, Sr., E Of $12,000,000
business is as follows: had as their Easter weekend house
CHARLES STRINGARI guest their son and his family, Mr. .
Pahokee, County of Palm Beach, and Mrs.William Guerry and child- \
Florida, March 15, 1961. ren of Cornwell; Mr.and Mrs.J.T. + -> + .. {. -.> 9- { I
Firm Name: Chuck's Ice Service Guerry,Jr. and son of Belle Glade, IiJ [!IIr

Charles Srtingari, Owner, their daughter, Mrs. Catherine 1 /2
675 Farmers Market Road Woods and two children also another '

Pahokee, Florida. son, John Guerry, student of U. E; We Want To Add Our Voice To The Thousands .
March 17,24,31,April 7,1961. of F. in Gainesville. ;

t. -.. Who Are, Extending A Warm And
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EXTENDS! LFriendly
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This Added Industry Will Help Materially In
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