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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 14, 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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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t I April 14, 1961 PUBL'ISHEO WEEKLY IN CANAL PO/NT By 'PAUL RARDIN



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J Ground Broken For ,Office Dedicate hi New PahokeePahokee's Post Pahokee Lions Endorse 4LaneUS441


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new, post office was Through That City

Bryant.Sugar House dedicated on Sunday afternoon ..
with a good sized crowd in'attend
ance and with the High School Funeral Services In On ,Tuesday of this week at the
band furnishing the music' for *.ce Pahokee Lions Club 'meeting, a
I Sanford J .C.
Saturday April 8, is a date to have an actual part in. the historical ,0ccasi )D. Dick Parrish was the Stapler resolution endorsing construction
remember in the history of the ground breaking Commissioner chairman for the. dedication' and and four laning of US441 through
Everglades and Western Pain R rdin took a hefty swing witha read several letters of congratu- Funeral services were held Mon- Pahokee was adopted .after being
lations from VIP'S throughout day in Sanford for J. C. Stapler read in before the
Beach County. It was on that date shovelful of muck and scatteredit full membership.
r that ground was broken ,for the well with the help of the driving Florida and America.C. who. was run over by a tractor I Opposition has been expressed in
wind that continued throughoutthe M. Cade of Miami, field service Thursday and died later. He'was ai the past few months; by membersof
new $12,000,000 Bryant Sugar
House for the United States Sugar ceremony.The officer for the postal depart- 43-year resident of Pahokee and i the Pahokee Garden Club to
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invocation Dr. ment, was the His farmed raised cattle and sold sod such and that
Corp., one-half mile east of Canal was given by guest speaker. four-Ianing group
Point. Appropriate ceremonieswere B. A. ''Bowers of Pahokee and the speech was interesting as he told during the years he lived in the I'I sent a copy of their objections to .

held indelibly marking the benediction was by Father Francis of plans for expansion and bettsr Glades area. the State Road Department.
occasion in the annals of Florida X. Fenech, of St. Phillips in Belle service to be furnished by the postal He is survived by his widow I The resolution by the Lions
Glade and St. Marys in Pahokee. department. He presented the Ruth, Pahokee three sons, J. B. notes that "one of the major prob-
History. I
On erected Following actual ground breakinga office with a new American flag. Stapler of Sanford, Oliver Staplerof lems of the City of Pahokee is the
a platform especially
Scouts and ,Girl Scouts Pahokee, William Stapler, Fort lack tit '
for the occasion, were assembled prayer of dedication was given Boy par- Improved' thoroughfaresdesigned
officers, general counsel directors, by Rev. Robert A. Shelley pastorof ticipated in the flag raising cere- Myers; two brothers Frank Stap- to permit the orderly awl
the Canal ler of Orlando, John Stapler Tex.; of traffic
vice presidents and assistant officers Point Methodist mony. unimpeded flow throughthe
Church. Postmaster Edward A. Jensen and a sister. MrS Caroline Gibso, city" 'and that improving of
of the United States
Sugar .- introduced of honor Pa- I Jacksonville; and six grandchild- would
as guests existing thoroughfares 'pro-
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Corporation, will guide and direct -
the and of hokee city officials and visiting I ren.Inauguration. mote the continued growth and development -.'!.
building operation Another Land Deal .
from neighboring of the
postmasters city.
the huge mill. With a capacity of .
more than 5,000 tons daily the mill cities. Ball The resolution, copies of whichare
will be put into operation on No- 3,350 Acres Sold The invocation was given by the to be sent to the Pahokee City
Rev. T. C. O'Steen pastor of the Council the County Commission
vember 1, 1962Erecting .
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the mill for the Corp- I I First Methodist Church, and the By Elks Sat. NightHarold the State Road Department Chair
benediction by the Rev. Charles 'and the SRD division P
oration is the Farrel-Birmingham The land selling boom in the man engineer !
Company Inc., Ansonia, Conn., and Everglatles section of Palm Beach I Crauswell, pastor of the Church of calls attention to the fact

; associated with them is Abarca<<: County 'c ntfn es. This- week 'we.j ,the Nazarene.. ., j. Wilkinson, 'exalted rulerof that the Lions organization haa"''" ''t
Inc., of San Juan P, R.Work start- record the.Sale of 3,350 acres' of Members of the Business and .BPOE No. 1638 in Pahok"ee"an- been and will continue to be in J
ed Monday morning of ,this week unimproved muck, located seven Professional Women's Club served nounces an Inaugural Ball'for Saturday favor of improvements which will
following ground,breaking on Sat- miles south of South Bay'on US27. on the dedication committee and I pight of this week to mark pontribute to the continued grow..
urday.. Thurmond W. Knight, acreage were hostesses during the serving I entrance of new officers upon th and progress of the City.

Presiding over the ternoon'a ,realtor with offices located in Riviera of refreshments at the open house I their duties for the coming year. .The Lions offer: their support to

,ceremony was Everglades News I Beach said that the land was I J I following the ceremony. i They"have already taken their offices the City of Pahokee in bringing i
Owner-Publisher Paul Rardin vet- I sold to Schlecter and Sons ,Inc., I and the Ball will be the first about improvement of US441 \

eran Palm Beach County commissioner by Mr. and Mrs. J. Stewart Mathews Hours Are social affair of the new adminis through Pahokee. It is pointed out ;
who has been a resident of of Ohio.Announced. Whiskey tration. that this work should be done at I
Canal Point for more than a quarter sale price for the; "We have secured an excellent the very earliest possible date and' .
of, a century. He introduced unimproved land was $100 an acre: Okehed In PahokeeWhiskey orchestra," Mr. Wilkinson said. "It "along ,whatever route engineering'
Harry T. Vaughn president of the or a total of 5335.000.00 Mr. is the Joe Bonn group, widely surveys, cost analyses and other
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Corporation who spoke on "Sugar Knight said. Mr. Schlecter will develop known in this'area for their splendid valid considerations shall 'provethe
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Progress in the Glades." City and the land and put it in vege-i selling hours in Paho- music he said further.It most feasible." This particular
I county officials were recognized I tables. The property fronts one kee were lengthened at a council was pointed out that refreshments paragraph of the resolution leaves

,. and introduced to the big crowd mile on US27.Local I meeting on Monday night and would be served by the club the way clear for the State Road
present for the historical occasion. .a I whiskey houses' may open at '6:30 and that an admission of $5.00 Department to designate a route

Guest speaker for the programwas PTAHears OfTeachers' i in the morning and sell until three woulld be charged for the evenings through Pahokee: that might even '

State Comptroller Ray E. o'clock the next morning. during entertainment.. .. be different' from the present one f,
Green who was the personal rep- I weekdays. However the council on which a preliminary survey has '

resentative of Gov. Farris Bryant, : DutiesThe banned selling hours on Sundayand James H.'WilkinsonPahokee already been made.

who couldn't come because of the the places will have to close L
of legislative business. He at midnight on Saturday.
press
predicted that the present slumpin Canal Point PTA: met at the Pahokee dealers had complainedthat PTA PresThe WPB Chamber Asks I;

the business would completey School Cafeteria :Monday night, South Bay dealers had viOlat-1 i

recede,by the latter part of 1961. with :Mrs. Joe Cherry, president ed a pact signed by the '
*" munities and Belle Glade 'nine', Pahokee PTA met Monday US27 Rebuilding .
.Mr, Green was lavish hi his praise presiding. Following the Flag I : I.
'for;the manner in which the Sugar ceremony, Mrs. Charles, D. Stew- .years ago. I 8 p. m. at the high school auditorium .

Corp... is going, ahead with sugar art's third grade students sang a South Bay, they argued, broke for their regular meeting of The West Palm Beach Chamber :
several months
development in this area. prayer in Spanish. agreement aO.1 the month, with Bill Moss presid- :1
Mr. Vaughn said the new'facto I expanding their hours to 7 a. m. to of Commerce this week Joined K
A. H. Harrington, program ing. The Boy Scout Troop No. 628
ry, would contain the most modern chairman introduced the speaker 3 a. m. weekdays and Sundaysand opened_ the meeting with the Flag members of the County Comulls'i;,
equipment and operate at top effi- 7 a. m. to 4 a. m. on Saturays. sion in '
Mrs. Clara Capron Supervisorof ceremony. seeking immediate improvement i i
ciency. He pointed out the factorywill Classroom instruction. She talk- Mrs. Edna Maxson introducedthe I I .of State Road 27 .be- i

be built on the site of another ed on the new things being done m i May 2 Is Date For speaker, Walter Burkhart, of tween Clewiston, 'and Belle Glad?. .I!I
built there' years ago by ,F. E. Palm Beach County Schools and as Lake Worth a member of the ,
I Spokesman for the Chamber'smerchants
i Bryant."It examples she introduced the following Classroom Teachers Association.He )
Is fitting that the new plant Pahokee ElectionThe division was Leon Goldsmith -
I instructors: Mrs. CharlesD. spoke on the "Needs Of Our
should be named the Bryant Sugar Stewart, third grade teacher in School Children." A remark from West Palm Beach merchant :

House", Vaughn declared. .The the Canal Point Elementary his talk "this year the board had who told the commission that
president also showed pleasure School and her students. Mrs. annual city election in Pa- to employ over 1300 teachers, of bad condition of the road was driving '
that Bryant'st daughters, Mrs. Stewart teaches Spanish for ten hokee will be held on Tuesday, this number 493 held sub-standard business to Ft. Lauderdale. j
Elizabeth B. Duff and Mrs. Cath- minutes each day and presented May 2 and three councilmen, will teachers certificates." Commissioner Paul Rardin, Ca-

erine B. Beach of Palm Beach'l I a program of songs and conversational be elected. Terms of Hugo Boe, Chairman of the nominating nal Point, told the delegation that
Sdl were present for the Spanish by her pupils. George H. Tucker Jr., and Billy committee presented the new slate I I plans for a $23 million appropriation
participated in the ,groundbreaking Second on Mrs. Capron's program McKinstry will expire. Mr. Mc- of officers for the year 1961 and in the State Road Department

ceremony. was R. G. Whiteside a mem- Kinstry is serving out the unex- 1962 and they will be installed May budget starting July let, had been:
Franklin Farrell 3rd, of t.hel ber of the Pahokee High School pired term of Elmer B.,Elliott who 2 by Mrs Janet Page president of promised for rebuilding the road '

contracting company and Felipe F. Faculty who talked on the old and resigned and moved away from Palm Beach County Council. between the Hendry County line
Vidal.of the associate-concern Ab- new methods of teaching physics Pahokee. New officers are: President and Bare. Beach. Road department

arca Inc., presented a silver shovelto in the classroom. 'Third Vance The council chose the election James Harry Wilkinson;. .1st yice plans, Rardin,said also call for relocation
Mr.Vaughn as head of the'corporation Denton 'Guidance Director in .he board for the election. Named were President, Mrs._ Joe .T. Boynton; .of another eight mile,
for ,the,>actual turning of Pahokee High School, gave a brief Mrs. Blanche Armstrong: clerk; Second Vice President, :Mr. stretch ijf the road later. '
dirt, Mrs. Beach ,and Mrs. Duff i discussion of his work in this new Mrs. Eula 'TUlis Mrs.Estelle Saunders George Tucker; Third Vice Pre I- The commission voted to accepta

turned the first shovel of muck field.- Mrs. Marion Bleech, inspectors dent, Mr*. J., .L. _Tyson; ; Fourth merchants division resolutioncalling
Mrs. Vaughn turned 'a, shovelful, Fourth Speaker was Mrs. Margaret : ; Mrs. ''Irene' Hurt and Mrs. Vice President, Mrs. .Lee Wr teD; for.road improvements;and '

Comptroller Green took his turn Mosley Elementary Glades Carrie Unwtn, alternates" ; L.. I. Ma- Treasurer. .Marvin CradyHIatorcoattoued to forwardjthe resolution to the .
with .the. shovel' and .in:order' to (contkroed off 1 pf 8) loy, marshal. ( "oa page 8):: State Road Board.: :


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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, April 14,1961 I It
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Cancer Deaths Up for all citizens and all volunteers Woman *.lubHe.ar iJ
I to continue the fight against can*
r. In 12 Fla Counties .jceV:, This, &tn,--accomplished by Band Master'Lampi [

-T supporting and contributing gen-! II
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Deaths from Cancer, in twelve erously to the April educationaland ._.The Pahokee Woman's Club met i iW
fundraising campaign so that 'dnesday1.ith Mrs. B. R. \ ;
t counties on the East Coast of Flor- t Mosley
ida, haVe increased from 3,443 in further work can be done in programs )-. president, presiding over the busi- I

1959 to 3,602 in 1960. of public education, research -i| ness meeting. ;
The information released by the and services. I' Mrs. M. P. Stanley program :
Florida Division of the American "The total death rate from cancer chairman, 'introduced Band Master -, \ !
Cancer Society in Tampa, was for the entire State," Dickinson Robert O. Lampi of the Pahokee tHigh

compiled from the "Monthly Sta- said, "was 7,719 for year School Band, and he gave a 'j
tistical Report"' published by the 1S60 as against 7,219 in 1959-anj) most interesting talk on educationin .,!
Florida State Board of Health. increase pf ''almost 7 percent in. aj I music and the history of the Pa- t
Although the report shows a one year period." 1 hokee High School Band. :oJ I

The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE total increase of 159 deaths during During the business session, Mrs.

the'past year, four of the twelx'ej i Paul C.: Kirchman I William Plummer delivered the \L!
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF to the club for ".
counties, Dade, St Lucie, Volusiai I envelopes members !
Funeral Services Held their house to house Cancer Drive. :
and St. Johns, were not as severely
THE EVERGLADES ,NEWS stricken in 1960 as in 1959. | Mrs. ,Spooner gave a report of the

., However, six counties showed Funeral services were held Mon- treasure and complimented the
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without. increases: Broward, up from 473 j day at the St. Peters Lutheran ladies who had charge of the annual
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years to 534; Palm Beach, up from 381 church in Belle Glade for Paul C. luncheon. Mrs. Bet Padgett, "

/Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday to 399; :Martin, from 29 to 32; Indian Kirchman, 51, who died on Thurs- former member, now of West Palm :1
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance River 35 to 41; Brevard, 85 to day night following a serious ill-j Beach was a guest. Mrs. M. P.

j -,. ______ ...._-. -;?. ._ _!_-..-.._! 127 and Duval, up from 520 to 594. ness. Rev. Walter Schoech, pastor,ii Stanley said that on the. second \ I
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Two counties remained the same I i was in charge of the services and I Ibiirial .Wednesday in May, the club will I
Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter with Flagler recording 4 deaths;j was made in Hillcrest ceme-i''observe the Senior Citizen. Day.Mrs. ..{

each year and Nassau County tery inVest Palm Beach. Pallbearers -| I
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher standing at 15 fatalities. I were: A. B. Degraw, Walt-'I Leavy Rodgers returned

M "Ihese are somber statistics," 'er Schlecter Eddie Schoeppel, Hubert home Monday from the Ever- \

Fred O. Dickinson, Jr., 1961 State Tillery, James A. Ball, 3r.,j glades Memorial Hospital where I
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's I Cancer Crusade chairman said,I G.. W. Crews, Don Stein and Victor: ;i she has been a patient for the past
"and emphasizes the urgent need Riedel. 1l 1 week.
Meeting Of The Palm Beach I l

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The Palm Beach County o ing. Balance of the $25,000 con I
Com-j,I
.mission took steps this week tract will be paid by the city during
and ahve this area named as a ureIc I I its next budget year. I
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very unit" under the U. S. Ma [ Took steps to speed up a count t

rine's defense program.The ty request for title of submergedlands Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade I : I I
board voted to join Congressman I near Phil Foster park in an J

Paul Rogers in seekingthe effort to salvage some 4,000 yards SALES and SERVICE
designation which is being I II of fill offered by the U. S. Engi-I ,
sought by the U. S. Marine. Re- neers.
serve. As explained, the recovery I Commended Commissioner Paul, I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances

unit is a base designated as an Rardin for his master of ceremony .
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alternate in the event regular duties at a ground breaking ceremony -' I 'Jli Yjllyj.Yj.Yji.Yj.YjiMii; ; MIWll1W'Wi! YliMil.M1M.Ij1Wi; : MlI IMilM1IM.I! MiiMiI1M1; }!lyl/.Yjl1W/.Yjl1W; Mi MIj1MIj.MIi (',J

bases are destroyed by an enemy Saturday' for a new sugar ,
In other actions this week the mill In the Glades. -'-

commission: Adopted a resolution of sympathy I
Received a deed from the Gen- in the death of two membersof -- -
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erial Service Administration for the Airforces' famed Thunderbird -, :" .
Palm Beach International Airportand flying team which performed -, '-.J .J I
ordered the deed filed. here recently. "
\ Received a $1,000 down payment Received bids for remodeling the I. \ S. LI :
from the City of West Palm Beach west): wing of the Palm Beach rSO CLEAN '
for the county's old health "bull 3- County jail. .
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is a member of the Committee of '::---.. b }
I ., A landscape design forum will Affiliated Societies and a publication -I :,, i
be held at the Mounts. building on consultant.She >
Military Trail on April 18 by District is a member of the Garden 1.I j. ,
10 Garden Clubs. Registrationwill I Club of America, Palm Beach 1 ,
,start at 9:30 o'clock and the J Branch. :Mr. Vaughn is president I
fee will be fifty cents. Plans call j of the South Florida Orchid So- ,- .'
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for the. program to be over by 1:30 rciety the largest in .the United '
I p. States. He is a Trustee of the i$

m.Mrs.. G. O. Gjoerloff will. show American Orchid Society, an Ac- f I } y{ I % ..
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slides on "Contemporary Gardens." credited Judge and past presidentof .
William Dale will talk on '"Urban the Orchid Society of thePalm .- .<-t te t '1"I I
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Landscape. )tr. and Mrs. Lewis
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Vaughn the Orchid will Family.show .slides" Garden on "Meet Club -- ;:- L % :; I : 4,;'", :, i

members are urged to attend. Honor HusbandsOn < :.,. ", I.p:
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Regional Advisor for Landscape" I .:.....- .s-1'-

I Design ,Schools. She was. v Land Mrs.. L. D. Echols and her sister- \ ':4 i scape'Design Chairman for the 'in.law,1.trs. Grady Echols honored : 1G ,," .....'
Florida Federation of Garden I
their husbands on their birthdays
Clubs. Born in Illinois she,was educated with .a dinner, Sunday in the new' .

in Germany, Brazil and tbs I home of the L. D. Echols in Canal ...;
I United States. A: graduate of the Point. % Va. ; YIti,'fI i.YN VYI JJJ \'YwYNY f .
XI of Architecture
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Michigan Landscape
I Out of town guests here for the
she started her practicein occasion were; (their sister) Mr. '

New Rochelle. N.' Y. I and,Mrs. i., H. Commack and <'S with a ff.gl1fJ.l. electric
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and <
She has traveled extensively .I daughter, Mrs. Sallie Davis of Ft. .
Since her I ..
speaks seven languages. > ; .
Myers and their brother, Mr. and -
husband's retirement from the I Mrs. Ralph Echols of Naples. Also -'- ".' No soot to blacken pots 'n pans k. they'll stay "lace handkerchief'clean. 'c' ,J't
Navy they have made their home Mr. and Mrs. O. t-v : t
H. Sheppard and ; Flameless'eiectricity doesn't produce greasy film 'H. .i .
in Fla. This talk is basedon
.Apopka a five month. ,trip.shemade, with, I daughter Hazel. of Canal Point.- ." ,.f- to cling to,walls" and curtains.' Everything stays shiny-bright andfreshlooking fC ..' .... :,, ;
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\ her_Husband last year<
< Mexico and in the United States. Joint,Birthdays : and pot-scrubbing'drudgery. ? ._: t
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Mr.. Dale whose father was an '
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\ architect and a 'member of the Are Celebrated 0 Cooler,.faster, safer;'automatic, and cheaper, too--because Sunshine : Y't:\ t

\ Royal Academy,England Is also : Service EJect icily js noW even a bigger bargain. Flameless 1i "
an architect. He was born In 'Belfast Mr. and :Mrs. John .
Padgett recently i i.f. electric cooking is the MOST by any measure!
4 'Ireland" and spent fiveyears 'moved to West Palm Beach

H in thfe Marine 'Corps,He was edu- from Pahokee returned last week I ,; .: Nearly a.million modem Florida homemakers have already switched ; '

cate4 at Columbia"U.., U. of'South end to attend the dedication ser- ; >, to flamflras; electric cooking. Hour about you? See your electric .:9 \
ern California and the'U. 'of'Florida. vices of th New Post >'
e Office. At '
.. .appliance dealer now for the style and size electric range ybuTlwant.'i .
the close of the services theyyereinvited .t. 1\\
He has a master's Degreeln'CityPlanning. to his m ti 'home,'Mrs: 'C

t He has' worked as kn!: 'Charl y: ran'' to"join her ..in a : ; 1
'_. architect and 'a planhlnKji6&jult-: joint birthday' celebration of fir Gif -. .. .'
ant in liew York"andTIbrioa. Hers! birthdays. Cake""and coffee W reServed \, ,1itjtftddll'L. ._ ,: Ii
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an accomplished eallker- oh, 'thS : 'to th'e fbllotag gUM: o (
subject: lJ&c arid'Mi "Perry'Dukea"and cMJd
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I\ ". P PERSONAL' NEWS NOTES I Lee Pahokee Simmons-Rotarians SpeaksTo g ANNOUNCING


Inspector Lee Simmons of the I ROYAL PALM MANORMEDALLION

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:' I Mrs. H. Browning had as her Mrs. C. L. Stuart and Mrs. W. was Rotary speaker last HOMES
guests last weekend her two sisters I I S. Cross accompanied Mrs. R. T. week and told Jiow the Patrol I 2 AND S BEDROOMS 1 AND 2 BATHS ,

1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mullins Smith to Belle Glade last Sundayand trains its men for'service In Flor) I

/ of Lake Wales and Mrs., Robert were the guests of Mr and ida. :- I From $10,500
Mrs: A. D. Inspector Simmons is a former J
Kemp and son Ronnie of Winter Enfinger.Mr. I LOW DOWN PAYMENTS NO CLOSING COSTS
-and Mrs. Charles Barfield resident of Pahokee, having, been
Haven.Mr. I
I APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTEDBla'nton
and visitors in Lake in Charge of the Pahokee Patrol II
and Mrs. V. C. Robbins were Sunday
daughter Rene of Toronto, Canada; Worth as guests of her brotherinlaw office before being transferredto II I
and her brother James Layton and sister Mr. ,and Mrs. T. L. Fort Myers and then to his prea-: I I & Unwin Inc.
sent in ,Tallahassee. His im-
Hall, Jr.of the U. S. Marine Corps, McDaniel. job ( Office Phone 7143 Res. Phones 7712 & 7866
the Mr. and Mrs: W. J. Peacock had mediate superior is LL. Col. Reid >;
in Jacksonville, N. C. are house PAIIOKEE, FLORIDA -
guests of their mother. Mr. and as their recent guest her nephew, Clifton, former Pahokee, city pa-I I
Mrs. Kenneth Hitchcock Mrs.Charles' Mr. and Mrs.: John Levins of Mi- trolmaiv o has been with tfte iii i I ,
Patrol for 20 years. Col. H N.I
Dickson of Meridian, Mid:
week here ami.Miss 'Edieth Di Pierto and Ron Kirkman is director.
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with her mother and other re.a-I Ter Haar of Dania were,the week-
tives. They were all called here to end house guests of Mayor and ADS I PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
attend the funeral ot"their father,I Mrs. Duncan Padgett.Mrs. _.. .. I
James Leyton Hall, Sr. in Home- Jimmy Normand and little -_._--
'stead. daughter Tammie of Belle Gladeare I

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barfield had the house guests of her par-
as their recent guests her brother- ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ammons. SALUTE TO FLORIDA

in-law and'sister, Mr. and Mrs. Al Mr. ;Normand is 'attending an In- .
Vallery and' daughter,' Linda of I surance Meeting in Miami at this 7" COUNTIES e WALTON

West Palm Beach, also her cousin,
time.Mr. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Desma' McCoy and I and Mrs. F. M. Wilson returned r
COUNTY SEAT DE FUNIAK SPRINGS
their' grandson Stevie of Jackson- Tuesday from Orlando ,," t
where they were the guests for ,-'I T .
ville.Mr. I Walton County was formed in 1824 and is
and Mrs. D.(L. Hooks had as the past three days of his sister, located in the northwestern section of the
their recent guests, their son-in- Mrs. E. L. Munsell. state. The county was ,named for Colonel
law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.Bob S-Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Schmockand t George Walton, who was secretary of West .

Harris and three sons Jet, John and baby Karen, left Wednesdayfor Florida during the period Andrew Jackson
Jim of West Palm Beach also their Tyndel Airforce Base at Panama served as governor.
The county seat, De Funiak Springs,:! located .
friend
son, John Howard and a City. While here they were the
in the center of the county, is the
from Coconut Grove. guests of her parents, Mr and I site of an important state livestock market. I
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Duran and Mrs.. Johnny Holland. He has reef I r i Timbers naval stores and agriculture rep.
children spent last weekend in Miami 'Gently returned' from v overseas 1 I > > '4 1 resent the basic industry of the county.

,with relatives., duty in Iceland. J 3 I In progressive Walton County and throughout l !
Florida, the United States Ilreuvr Association
Pvt. Donald L. Clifton, servingin Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore and J
/ : works constantly to maintain the
the Airborne division, left last son Henry spent the 'weekend in 1' //.' sale of beer and ale under plea.sai. orderly
week enroute to Oakland Cal. for Miami as house guests of his par- conditions. Believing that strict law enforcement
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Moore, and L serves the host interest of the
overseas duty in Korea. He came of '
she accompanied them home and fs people Florida the A! here from Fort Campbell, Ky., and close! cooperation with the Ann erf! Forces,
their this week.
guest law and
cnf9rccmcnt goxcrnmg officials.
was tire house guest of his parents -I R. H. Hewell of Canal Point is a

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Holland patient in the Everglades HospitaL .

for the past two weeks. | ,
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Miss Patricia'MimsWeds accessories and a lavender orchid'I
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corsage. Mrs. Orlando, mother of

James Orlando the groom wore beige street length \ -
lace dress with matching acces-

'. Miss Patricia Llouise' Mims, sories and a lavender corsage. -

.i j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis 'Following the ceremony a reception -
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i;, F. Mims of 430 Cypress Ave., Pa- was held at the home of the rwr...i rs:7:.yr::: 7".. }:rr:r. f:L:...? :.:},:;r!.rlr.Y..l.iJ X y cif r : .
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the and.Miss Bebbie Cox %:{;:::77r:r:{' y:}}::.7 i:4:. 6.
State Navy, son of Mrs. Judieth Or- groom,
.-. lando of West Wellington, Chicago, assisting at the brides book. Ar- .r. i7}: \
Ill., in the Canal Point Methodist rangements of white glads and

Church at 5 p. m. Saturday, April mums were placed 'at vantage :7t:
First. points throughout the living and /

Rev. Robert A. Shelley, pastor of dinning room. Whitetapers in silver

the Church, performed impres- candelabra lighted the brides

sive double ring ceremony, at the table with the four tiered wedding tf =
altar which was effectively deco cake accented with flowers and
rated with tall white standards of bells and a miniature bride and
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white glads and mums.It was lighted groom on top. Mrs. Mary L. Cox
by white tapers in branched: assisted Mrs. A. D. Mims serve the ti -, 'i \ -
candelabra with traces of fern and cake, while Mrs Ida Mims served

palms forming the back ground. punch from crystal bowls. IA sIi ; -S

Ferns were used in the 'choir loft After the reception, the bride Ii .:: %
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arrangement of white mums the Navy Air Force Base at San-
showered with white satin. ford. Mrs., Orlando' chose a beige

A program of nuptial music was sheath dress with,brown and beige

presented by Miss Alice Elane Hurt accessories as her going away costume ,

Pianist, and Mrs. Barbara Branch, : and wore white orchid cor-
vocalist. sage. '

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by her father, was lovely in a gownof kee High School and Jones Business -

white silk organza. The fitted College in Orlando. The_bridegroom

bodice. had long tapered 'sleeveS graduated from Forman -- .. ..,
that buttoned at the 'wrist, a sabrina :High School, .Chicago,,!!!.,and>now. '- .... w. ,S

neckline -and bouffant skirt serving with the.U. S. Navy.at the .,; 'y.x. .. ,.....'......"............. ... .. 1 s r
, I Her finger tip veil fell from a tiara Naval Jet,Air'Force Base Training .. ., H,. ."', <' '.- _,,,".,w._ .., ,' : .;-; "::.; ::>:. .m..:;. ;'::z_::""x"h.";"""";' -:: ; _..)YhYk'" -', .'-"" "' ," :'.'. I

"of flowers fashioned of seed pearis Center In Sanford,:JFla. _\ "... ..J :
t and she carried a bouquet white Out of town' guests were; Mrs.

, carnations centered; with a white Judith Orlando and daughter Miss How many times has this man

orchid. Chi-Chi Orlando of Chicago, HI., I
Mrs. Leon R. Beebe, sister of the Mrs. Toni Jones of Bartotv, Mr. and A
: 'bride, matron of honor wore a Mrs. Hupper McCord and daughterof saved your life? ;"

street length dress of blue organza Tampa Tommy Jones of Bartow
with matching accessories and carried Mrs. Carrie Butler and Tommy <1. I
; a bouquet.of white carnations Adams of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. W. I IKE: most of us,when the kids are lathe. car, You know,of course, that half the families in '

With yellow trim. A. Mims of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs.A. L. you get that "extra careful" feeling. You America save them. )} >,

: Miss Kay Hughes, Miss Jeanette D. Mims and'Mr. and :Mrs.W' T. know,-,that's: the same way your friend-the 'Your S&H Green Stamps make it possible I
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i TRunte:: ,Miss Jeanine Witt and Miss Mims all of Winter Garden service station.dealer-feels when you stop by for you to choose from over 1,500 top- !
Jenny Bos.-1man'aerved brides- .
as .. to him.
see
: -maids. Their street length gowns quality, famous brand-name items,at your .
; \ were of blue organza over taffeta I BROTHER' BETTERThe ; : Over the years, you've probably come to S&H Green Stamp Redemption Store. ;. t

with! matching accessories and carried brother most of recent the Rev.report Charles from the take your service station dealer pretty much =.

}bouquets of white carnations Stewart, is that he is D. for granted But when your kids are riding: FLORIDA DIVISION : ., ., ; I

wittf yellow trim. nicely from a heart attack.,recovering He"la wide you, aren't you glad you took his adviceaad The Sperry and Hutchinson Company = : .t:: ;
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the bride served,as brother-in-law best man and of still in the U. S. Veterans Hospitalin had your brakes checked? His suggestion 8801 Florida Avenue,Tampa, Florida ,;. .-, .\

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Newton, Marcas Sail and Jimmy : in your safety is more than interest 2SJDOOJM I'
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4 : K. Cowan all 'serve in the Naval Mr: and Mrs. Gary T. Shelby ,ia a_customer-lt'_ concern about a friend. Dittributed since 1896'. fG .-
Jet Air Force Base RE E N ''
Training Cent- (Ann Atkins) of Pelican Lake aa- '
I t ._Ami win a valuable "extra" if your own sus .
per near.Sanford. nounce the birth of ,
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1 Air Force Has: :! .,

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i The Rev. Robert O. Shelley !
Sergeant Johnnie C. Gautier the
I pastor of the Canal Point Methodist -
local Air Force Recruiter, an- f

nounced today that his office, located I Church held baptismal services I

yy. in Room 208, Post Office Sunday 3:30 p. m. in Lake

Building, West Palm Beach, Florida -. Okeechobee. The following members '- I

now has access to an unlimited l had joined the church and ""\

supply of Air 'Force Film on nun-j requested to be baptised in the

erous subject matter for showing]I Ito t I i lake: Mrs. Ella Upthegrove, Sandra -

organizations requesting same. Upthegrove and Eddie Upthe-

First Methodist The Church Of God Christian Science All organizations interested in I I grove, Mrs. Bonnie Miller, Joanne

Church Pahokee Of Prophecy Pahokee : Group Of Canal PointThe ,public showings. of film are invited I and Patricia Parker, James Bry- ,
to either
arrangements for private I I ant, Betty and Sylvia Goodson and

and of or public showings. Film, projector Zondra Coverdale.
oneness supremacy
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Canal Point Road
SUNDAY God will be emphasized at Chris- and operator will be furnished by: Three members were baptised -

I : John H. Kinard, pastor tian Science services this Sunday the Air Force.Organizations. earlier at the church: Mr. and Mrs. ;
9:45 m.-Church School
a. 10:00 School
11:00 a. m.-Sunday "Doctrine of Atonement" is .the requesting film 1 Leon Beebe and Stephanie Gingerly. 1
a. m.Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service
subject of the Lesson-Sermon. The showings are requested to contact .
6:45 MYF
m.
p. 7:45 Evangelistic Service
7:45 m.-Evening Worship p. Golden Text is from the first chap- Sergeant Gautier at least two mi -
TUESDAY p. : 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. ter of H John: "He that abidethin weeks in advance of scheduled or THANK YOU NOTE ;

7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir prac. 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. the doctrine of Christ, he bath desired showing date. All showingsof We would like to thank all of ;

liceWEDNESDAY Everyone! welcome. Special music both the Father and the Son." film must be on a NONPROFITbasis. : our friends and neighbors for the *

: and singing._ The opening selection to be read : comfort they gave us during our:
fm .
7:45 p. m.=Mid-week devotions I from "Science and Health with sorrow in the loss of our husband

8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac, The Methodist Church I Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Garden Club Will and father, Kirkland B. Eldon. The j..

tact.Canal Canal Point Florida Baker Eddy states: '"Jesus: taught visits of friends flowers, cards, ;

but one God, one Spirit, who makes Meet With Mrs. WhiteThe food, and the prayers are deeply

Point Robert A.-Shelley, Pastor man in the image and likeness of: appreciated, and have helped to
,First SUNDAY: Himself-of Spirit, not of matter Canal Point Garden C'ub make our sorrow more bearable.

Baptist Church 10:00'a.. m.-church School (p. 94)). will meet at the home of Mrs. W. Mrs. Alma Eldon '
11:00 From the Bible Will be read this Robert Eldon Mrs. L. I. -
--.;; a. nij-Morning Worship W. White in Royal Palm Beach -

Elder R. E.Barfield 6:30'p. .-Youth Fellowship verse from Psalm 143: "Teach me in West Palm Beach, Thursday, Gerry and familyMrs.
SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.;-Evening Worship to do thy will; for thou are my J. D. Stacy and
April 20 at 3:00 m. with Mrs.
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School MONDAY: God; thy spirit is good; lead me Paul Rardin Co-hostess.p. family.
3:15 m.-Youth Choir practice] into the land of uprightness." as ,
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship p. "RE: PAIIOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT
announced for this
I Program
7:00 m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY: : TAXES FOR TIlE YEAR 1961
p. meeting is "Flower Design" and "NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that In (
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society Revival Continues "Plant Identification". Members accordance with the provisions of Chap-
f WEDNDESDAY: 1st Tuesday2nd i I I ter 18042. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1037, I
please call Mrs. Rachel the Board of Supervisors of PAHOKEE
7:30 MONDAY: Thru Sunday Night Harring-I
m.-Midweek DRAINAGE
p. Prayer ton, phone 2735 c DISTRICT a drainage district -
Service 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class mp.etingl I' __ __-__ I organized and existing ,under the
portation. Laws of Florida and embracing lands
WEDNESDAY
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: : The Revival in the Canal Point within. Palm Beach County, has caused

7:30'p. m. 'Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer.. Meeting I, Baptist Church will continue --.. -----1 I1 Debt to be Service prepared requirements a Budget showing of the Dis the

Meeting. I I through Sunday Night. The Rev. trict and of the East Unit of the District
Church Of God, Fulton Bryan of Lake Park ,is the for Maintenance Operation and Admin
Classified Ads istration during the year beginning on
Barfield Guest Evangelist and Charles O I the first day of November, 1961, and
Canal Point Highway Smith of Winter Haven is the' Song ending, on tte thirty-first day of October -
19S2. Said Budget among other
Baptist Church 9:45 A. M.-SUnday School Leader and Soloist. The youth FOR SALE: New and used Willys things, shows the amount of the East

11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship ,I choir meets at 3' p. m. for choir Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein Unit East Debt Unit Service Maintenance Tax. and Tax the per amountof acre

R.v. Charles D. Stewart Pastor 7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. B. (Par. I practice. Special arrangements are' Belle Glade, Phone 3058. necessary to be levied upon the land

SUNDAY: sonage) provided the three graded choirs. Oct. 1754ch. within"The said said District Budget for is now the year on file 1961.and ,

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship The Sunday schedule will be at may be examined at the Office of the

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30 P. M. Tuesday-Prayer Meet the same hours as usual Sunday SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your I Secretary Florida. The of the Board District of at Supervlteirs Canal Point of

6:30 p. m.-Training Union. ing Services. Saturday Night Serviceswill 'name label. shows you to be in t| PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT Will

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Fridaychildren'sChurch be at 8 p. m. as usual. arrear on payment. Send alongthat I j meet day of at April 10:00, o'clock 1961 at A.the M.Office, on the of 28th the

WEDNESDAY: The Methodist Church membersin 2.00 payment now and we I Secretary of the District in Canal Point,
7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting. 7:30 P. M. Thursday-Y. P. E. Canal Point will worship at tba will continue to send you this great | Florida, for the purpose of hearing obJections -
.. and complaints with respect to
.
... -1 Baptist Church Sunday Night, the palladium of the family fireside j the said Budget and for the purpose of
of the Re- The Everglades News Canal Point transacting such other business as may
The Pahokee ChurchOf Holy Nativity concluding night Baptist, properly come before said meeting.
vival Services. Fla. "DATED this IOn day of April. 1961.
The Nazarene Episcopal ChurchPahokee I ISPARE" BY ORDER OF TH3 BOARD OP
SUPERVISORS OF PAHOKEE
ROOMS for rent? If you I" DRAINAGE DISTRICTBY
Holy Name Society I : F. E. Conkling. President. .
71 Bacom Point Road have one, get in touch with this
Publish "
: April 14, 21, 1961
Charles F. Crauswell, Pastor M. Wendell Hainlin, Vicar I Holds ElectionThe newspaper and insert a $1 classi- I Ii :

Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 SUNDAY: ified ad. It willget results. All ads I i. TAXES SHORE FOR TilE DRAINAGE YEAR 1961 DISTRICT -

SUNDAY SERVICES: 10 a. m.-Sunday School I Holy Name Society of Paho payable in advance. The EvergladesNews "NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in
9:45 SchooL 11 a. .-Worship'Service Canal Point, Fla. accordance with the provisions of Chap-
a. m.-Sunday
kee and Belle Glade held the election ter 20694. Laws of Florida Acts of 1941,
.
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. of officers April 5th at the St. the Board of Supervisors of EAST /
,APARTMENTS are needed by SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICT a drainage
6:30 m.-Junfors.,
p. Catholic Church in Belle .Glade the
St. Mary's Phillips district organized and exlsltlng
many:folks coming into this area
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening following officers were elected: under the Law of Florida, and embrac-
Evangelistic Service. Church to earn a living. Do you have one ing lands within Palm Beach County,
WEDNESDAY President, Ernest Amedee, of Belle for rent? Tell them and the world I| has caused to be prepared a Budget
: showing the Deot Service
Adrian requirementsof
7:30 p. m.-MIdweek Prayer Father Francis' Fennech, Pastor Glade; Vice President ; through a $1 classified ad in these I the District and the requirements of
Gabaldon of Pahokee; Treasure the District for maintenance operationand
columns. Send
meeting. Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. along a description
Peter J. La Chance of Belle Glade administration during the year beginning -
"Where you are a stranger but Confessions before Mass. ; of the apartment and a $1 bill and I on the first day .of November
once". e Secretary, Robert' Hunt, Pahokee; we'll do the rest. The EvergladesNews 1961. and ending on the thirty-first day
I Marshal, Leon Markee, 'Belle of October. 1962. Said Budget, among
Canal Point, Fla. I, other things, shows the amount of Debt
St. Eeterfs' Lutheran i Glade.A Service Tax and the amount of Main-
Mission is being conductedthis WHEN SHOPPING in West Palm tenance Tax per acre necessary to be
; First Baptist Church: } Belle Glade levied upon the, lands within said District -
week at the Catholic Church Beach visit the new Mary Carter for the year 1961.

Church, Pahokee each evening at 8 p. m. by Father Paint Store on theDillie Highway "The said Budget Is now on file and
be examined at the Office of the
.j August Koerber, Pastor 2 blocks S. of Southern may
Boulevard.We
M ten of .Miami.Presbyterians. Secretary of the District at Canal Point.
SUNDAY SERVICES: 601 W,'Lake'Rd., Belle Glade -- have a $2 sample can of our Florida. The Board of Supervisors of

9:45 School 3UNDA.Y: wonderful Glass Enamel for EAST SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICT
a. m.-Sunday liquid
will
In meet at 10-45 o'clock A. M. on the
11:00 Worship Divine Services 11 A. :M. each Canal 28th of 1961 the Office of
a. m.-Morning I I Point visitor who men; day April at
a Union School 9:45 ABLi 'tfo the Secretary of the District in Canal
this
6:45 m.-Trainlng advertisement. 4212 S.
p. No. 5 Circle MeetingsThe 'lS ,
.-.-. Point. Florida, for the purpose of hearing
t 8:00 p. m.-Evening !Worship: I Dixie, West Palm Beach. Ctc objections and complaints with respect -
WEDNESDAY CLASSIFIED ADS to the said Budget and for the
: PAY DIVIDENDS Everglades; PresbyterianCircle purpose of transacting such other business -
BIG SPINET PIANO, Sold 14 months
: 8:00 m.-Prayer Meeting.
p. No. 5, met April 4, at the as may properly. come before said
ago, will transfer to responsible meeting.
home of Mrs. E.'K. Laflin in Canal "DA. TED this 10th day of April 1961.
to -
willing mon-
party
. assume.easy
Mrs. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OP
Point, with Laflin Chairman
thly payments. Write credit manager. SUPERVISORS OF EAST SHORE
presiding.! Her devotional was or Box DRAINAGE DISTRICTBY
:1664 West Palm' Beach President
the Golden' Rule, and she pointedout .and.:we will advise where: 'piano can) Publish: April F. E.14.Conkling.21. 1961."

y that the emphasis for the'monUi be 14-c
seen, locally. Apr.
"BE. : PELICAN LAKE SUBDRAINAGEDISTRICT
.,
is the birthday offerings to oe TAXES FOR THE

sent .to the fissions in Africa. EXPERIENCED; SECRETARY YEAR 1961
J I flU'' ILL I flYlllFll71 Mrs. Mae Bosworth moderator, 'WANTED: for officer of largecorporation. the"NOTICE Board of IS Supervisors HEREBY GIVEN of PELICAN that

presented the Bible Study on "Liv- Must be proficient in LAKE BUB-D AINAGE DISTRICT, a

., ing In Christ" and then she ,closed- shorthand. State qualifications in under drainage the district Laws of organized Florida and and embracing existing ,

the meeting,with,a 'prayer. &;,letter to EOJC ,AA., Canal Poi7t; lands within Palm Beach Countyhas
OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN During the social hour Mrs. Laflin Fla. Itch caused to be prepared a Budget
showing the Unit No. 1. Debt Service
I 120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN 4A" hostess served pie and coffee and the Oeneral Debt Service require-
"'r' t.- "* *Li.ro': "',.**._ *L.' c.* : ...Jt4.QtU1Or.Js: just around ments of the District and the require-

WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF ..W Pops'SOL,/uivT&sd1thVcircie wspJ&r members liis.Mat lomeef I tthe .corner. Before you take off, ments operation of the and District administration for maintenance during

CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES-- how about dropping a check for the year beginning on the first day of
with for next meeting
their
her.
November. 1961. and ending on the
$2.00 in the mail for subscription -
your
WE ADVERTISE FOB COMPETITIVE BUYER PABTII which, will be May 1. thirty-irst day of October 1962.
... to The Everglades News, Canal "The said Budget is now on file ana
dPATION. AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE Point Fla. may be examined at the Office of the
I ; ,HOME FROM HOSPITAL Secretary: of the District at Canal Point.
ALL BUYERS BUY WITH
MARKET WHERE The Board of Supervisors of
I CONFIDENCE ,Mrs. E, C., Cowart has returned SAMPLE COPIES of last week's JI'1otIda.PELICAN LAKE BUB-DRAINAGE DIS-
,, ..... q e4 : 'edition. of The Everglades News TRICT will meet at 1130 o'clock. A. M..
on the 28th day of April. 1961. at the
Ifaft ,EaIB B 8dI. 'were mailed in Canal Point and Office of the Secretary: of the District
> .sAtEsmmy MONDAY AT lap.nt. She 18 __1nha .... iss will be welcomed In Canal Point. Florida.,for the purposeof
; i :;;; Pt\:\"' { ". :;subscriptions hearing objections and complaints
t ,,'tw. this week. Just $ .oo for a year with respect to the said Budget and for

'Ai. ..,. .\ will keep you informed of happenings the purpose of transacting such other
. ; Market .. business as may properly come before
; ; Glades livestock( Mr.:xnd.Mnu. time ,LaUaam of In this, area. y said meeting.DATE .
CitI Ia'..e tie...eil gi eeta ofMra. ) this 10th day of April 1861.

', .ON PA OK ZZ .L+.t01'1f0i. ..f t' ben _,..,sad I ...K. B. FOR. >RHCT 1 ;, Furnished apartment BY SUPERVISORS ORDER OF THE. OP BOARD PELICAN8U3DRAINAOS OF

"'J .,11 ...... Qjuabteto t ....oat.. *. .conveniently located LAKE DISTRICT
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"'.. ';.. "- '-.:.. ..' ,... .......:y. Jos W. ?. Pppf- Bnr. X. ConrJlnr. President ,

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I 1; _.Pae*&t. Tb .refjtod Hews Cul Point, Vtocfda Friday April 14,1961

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r, .' P. E. Conkling Is If You Want Street Dates Set By WSCS
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'I 11..".:','...' District Supervisor Lights, Cash Needed: For Pahokee'-Meetings


I Announcement has been made of Pay day for street lights in Ca- First Methodist W. S. C. S. Circles

!\ :; the election of F. E. Conkling of nal Point is just around the corn in Pahokee will meet Monday

,. Clewiston as a supervisor of Paho- er. The Canal Point Lions club will April.17; Mary Martha Circle will

I.,. kee Drainage District, East Shore make an effort to raise the money meet at 10 a. m. at the home of

r I Drainage District and Pelican Lake from citizens between now and pay Mrs. Jess Elliott. The: Mable Sim-

M, Drainage District,,'Mr, Conkling is day. The project has been carried I onson Circle will meet at 3:30 p.

rft... a vice president of the U. S. Sugar on by the club for several years m. at the home of Mrs. John Rog-

; s; Corp., in charge of engineering.Mr. and it is their hope that more folks ers. The Margery Lair Circle is
Conkling succeeds W. C. will participate in donating to the to meet at 3:30 p. m. at the homeof

r Prewitt of Clewiston, who had light fund this year. Mrs. W. L. Brown Jr.

been serving as a supervisor since The Gertrude Shirley Circle

fi. the death of W. C. Owen several meets at 8 p. m. with Mrs. Leo
4-H Club ( In
:r months ago. Mr. Prewitt is a vice Boys I Maxwell as hostess and Mrs. Kyla

r FLORIDA. president of the U. S. Sugar Coip. Thursday: Meeting Scott as co-hostess. The Miriam
: WITH ITS SUBTROPICAL in charge of agriculture. Circle meet 8 p. m. at the homeof
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3 ------ Mrs. L M. Lair and the Vena
f. : CLIMATE, IS FORTUNATE tl
; Canal Point 4-H Club boys m
,,' IN HAVING A VIRTUAL Local PTA Hears Of- Thursday in the 5th grade Mae Schroder Circle is to meet at
fc'fr MONOPOLY IN THE U.S. Discussion 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. William -
was held on receipts I
f: p PRODUCTION OF SOME Casto.SLUMBER. *
t CITRUS VARIETIES, SUCH (continued from page 1) and expenses. Discussion was held ...
(Area) Supervisor who talked on I I also on record books different I
r.. AS LIMES, TANGERINES
: AND TANGELOS. her work. Mrs. Capron concludedher parts in the record book, etc. t PARTY
program with the introduction On May 20, "Achievement Day" Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgettwere

-IY of Mrs. Billy Huddle, fourth grade and parliamentary procedure con- host and hostess at a slum-

,., .... "'d.. _- ;.:';''''--9_. ...'...".'._..,... .,...-..... teacher of the Canal Point School test will be held in West Palm ber party at their home last week-
who gave a report on the school Beach. end in honor of their guest, Susanne -

r f' library. -Eddie Upthegrove, Graham and her guests, Faye

But Mrs. W. C. Young, chairman. of Reporter. Elliott and Fae Harris.H.MH .

p IT HAS NO MONOPOLY IN the nominating committee presented -

THE PRODUCTION OF .p? the following slate of officers t IIIIII I H M I 1 I I I 1'1 I'' I >M >H 1* M I M M M M I I ..
ANOTHER PRODUCT a"
which were elected; President,
PHOSPHATE. TENNESSEE m
.l. AND SEVERAL WESTERN Mrs. W. E. McCall; first vicepresident THEATRES
STATES HAVE EXTENSIVE Floyd Erickson; second vice-

' -.. .MINERAL DEPOSITS ANDAGGRESSIVELY OF THIS VITAL I president, Mrs. James Gibson; secretary -

COMPETE ? Mrs.' Dick Miller; treasurer PRINCE ;LAKE DRIVE-IN
I
FOR AVAILABLE Mrs. G. L. Lanham and historian .

y BUSINESS. tt* .., -- I Mrs. Billy Huddle. Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
The following recommendations -
s .1 were made: that the PTA purchase - 2 BIG FEATURES

a..film strip machine for the school j
SUNDAY DIONDAYTIIESDA\'
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I and a committee be appointed to SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY,
O. B. McClures Leave Special Handling purchase and make the small curtains APRIL lo-J.7-18 '
for the back of the stage. APRIL 16-17-18 fa ?
For Colorado Area Rule Is Explained"Contrary The room awards went to Mis.' LGl S Make Love
"The 3 Worlds Of
Stewart's third grade. Refresh-
. Mr.and. Mrs. O. B. :McClure left
to popular belief pay- : ments were served by Mrs.: Dick r UlAilVJliK" MARILYN MONROE AND
I this week to spend the summer at
ment of a 'Special Handling' fee i Miller assisted by Mrs. Floyd YVESMONTANDKERWIN
Colorado Springs Colo. They arc does not mean that parcels will be Erickson.The MATHEWS, JO _AXSO
being accompanied as far as Thomas processed more carefully than I MORROW AND JUNE .
next meeting will be held "COUARGE OF "
Okla., by his brother and sist- r
other mail nor does it provide for'Special" 'I on May 1, with Mrs., Janet, Page, THORBURN BLACK BEAUTY"HT
er-in-law, Mr. and :Mrs. Guy McClure Delivery' at the office of Council President
County
present
who are returning to their address," says Postmaster Edytlie. installing the 1961 and 1962f- I J J J I : M M I*: : : : M J : : : J i J : : J I : : J : : : : t J : I I : J I J R<'Jt
home at Thomas after spendingthe Smith in Canal Point. I
ficers.
season with their daughter, According to Postmaster Edythe II I .
Mrs. Charles Perkins, and familyat Smith of I +H--P.+H': : : : : :*: : J : : J ; J : J f t : J : : : : : : :-: : : J ; : : : ).
"Special
payment a '.
Fort Pierce. Handling" fee provides only that! Jame H. Wilkinson i
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I 1 fourth-class mail (parcel post) will!' -
Miss Yeomans Will and receive first-class transportation -I (continued from page 1)
first-class mail when traveling ian Mrs. Herman Margill and Pax'-
as -
Wed Dale Rosenberg HT BUILDING
between post offices. So those Jiamentarian, Vance Denton.
Award Attendance went to
who are anxious for their parcel
'Nellie
The engagement of Miss post to go quickly to its destinationmay I Bob Maxson's ninth Grade anl
Mae Yeomans of Canal Point to
Mrs. Catherine Cunningham's first
a "Special Handling" fee I
pay 1 ,
Dale Rosenberg of Pahokee has
grade. Refreshments served in the
anr receive first-class transportation
been announced by her parents, Home Economics Room with Mrs.
at less cost than would be involved -
Mr .and Mrs. Charlie Yeomans of I by mailing a parcel at the' Doris Lane, teacher in charge 'assisted ANewHomeL!
Canal Point.
first-class rate of postage. by the home economics stu-
Miss Yeomans a senior at Pa- I dents.

hokee High School, will graduate t -
with the PHS Class of 1961,in June. Patterson Circle Met I

Mr. Rosenberg, son of Mrs. At Mrs..Evans Home FFA Contest Will This ad is directed to folks who find it

Beris Rosenberg of Pahokee, grad- I Choose Sweetheart

uated from Pahokee High Schoolin The lone Patterson Circle of the hard to raise enough money to build
1957. He is employed in Mims
Weld Shop at Pahokee., Womens Missionary Society of the I The Pahokee Chapter of the Future -
Farmers of America will that dream home. Here at Everglades
Wedding plans will be announced Canal Point Baptist Church, met
meet in the high school auditorium -
later. .-. .. Monday April 10 at 3:00 p. m. 4.Ltt Friday Night April 14th for Federal we can help you. It will be profitable

t the home of Mrs. W. S. Evans.I their annual contest ,to select their

Junior CattlemenMet Mrs. M. F. George presented a program new sweetheart.The for you to drop by and discuss this

Last EveningThe on Prayer and Missions. Mrs.I following young ladies have

W.,S. Evans presided over the bus-j I. registered as contestants for the matter with Friendly Everglades Federal -

Junior Cattlemen's Associa- iness sessions. |I FFA sweetheart title: the Misses ,
At the close of the meeting, the Velma Williams, Loris Rosenberg,
tion held its regular meeting on Officials.
_
Thursday April 13th at 7:30 p. m. : hostess Mrs. Evans served cake II Marjorie Kahn, Alice Hurt, Cheryl
Center.'I11e' I and coffee to ten members. Pierce, Amanda Pitts and Sue
at Canal Point Community
topic for discussion at this Brower. Other girls may enter the Don't put off for another day.the
contest between and 14.
meeting was "Feeding and Selection Landing Strip For now April

of Dairy Calves for Show and All FishermenMOORE: A committee dtf three judges plan for building home come in
Sale". I will determine the winner on the your f
basis of general beauty, talents
The speaker was. T. W- Spark3,
Assistant Extension Dairyman, HAVEN There will and stage personality. The new and let us show you how it can be done. }.

University of Florida, Gainesville.I soon be a landing strip right in the I Sweetheart will be entered by \
--r- I heart of Florida's Everglades. the Pahokee Chapter in the FFA 'You'll find that at this Friendly Federal.

Planned for private planes, the Sub-district Contest to, be held in .
Honor War Dead landing strip will be built near I Okeechobee April 21. you can secure the amount of money

Pensacola Program the famous Calusa Lodge, one of The Pahokee Chapter plans also
the most famous fishing spots on to enter teams in parliamentary
to take care of building
necessary your
Lake Okeechobee. Calusa is
PENSACOLA Capt. Eddie Lodge procedure public speaking, horseshoe

Rickenbacker will make presentations near Moore Haven on the north pitching and tractor drivingin needs. ,
in Pensacola June 9 honoringace rim' of the big lake.Worldfamous the Sub-district. ,

pilots of World 'War 1, World I I I for its "Bass Hall ..

War n and the Korean War, at the of Fame" the lodge was recentlysold Lions Attend PTA .-
I I I
We'll be for !
first official meeting of the to Capt. Paul R. Greenwood, looking you

elation of Fighter Aces. As.Jo-1 1 I senior Eastern Air Lines Jet pilot And Revival Meeting I .

Ace combat pilots of the Navy, by former owner Joe Reese. Priceof .. ". ., -
Marine, Army and Air Force will the property was not' disclosed, Canal Point Lions Club met H.H ii m n t nn 1 1 \

form the membership of the new however, a few years ago a groupof Monday with p. -A. Slonaker pre-

,organization, which will convenein sportsmen bought it 'for $125- siding over a short business'meet-

Pensacola in connection with 000, according to The Keyes Company ing. The club adjourned directly Everglades Federal

the Golden Anniversary of Naval Miami realtors, who resold after eating to give the members ..

Aviation Homecoming.June 6-11. the property to Greenwood. a chance to attend the Revival at ;

The anniversary celebration, Nearly 200 fresh water bass, the Canal Point ,Baptist Church SAVINGS &,LOAN ASSOCIATION

coincides with Pensacola'a annual I taken from the lake and all weigh- or attend one of the two PTA .
Fiesta,of,Five Flags a week ofpageantry ing six pounds, are displayed in meetings in Cnnnl?'P lat> aad Paho SAVINGS XH3UBJK UP mSUBANCS TO $34,000 OOBPORATZON BT TKHBALt 8AYXMOS ,';! i
AND LOAN .
and the recreation room of 'the main kee. .,
festivity comment- Announcements .were dada ti tiN
'orating ,the estabHahment of a'' lodge.. This 'is believed' to be thelrgeat that' plan would be. mtde. at'.the .' W. AVK. .3'. JIBI.I.B GSJUHE JIB t 9IR WT .-., .".,'J
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colony by the Spanish, frnifnfitttdor display of its kind ia the next meeting to pay for,the street '. j
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