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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: April 21, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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L April 21, 1961 1 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT By PAUL P.ARDIN I



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Pahokee Lions Spend $662 Brooks HendersonTo Child Labor Laws Prohibit !!


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Past Year To Buy Glasses ,,, In Pahokee61-62 Work During School Hours I ,


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The Sight Conservation committee Owners Brooks Henderson principal of I I
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of the Pahokee Lions club, Pahokee High School, will be elect- I
headed by D. B. Mathis, spent a Of CautionIf ed President of the Pahokee Lions Canal Pt. Is "Butea" culture is prohibited for boys and
girls under 16 of where
total of $662.00 during the past Club at next Tuesday's meeting, years age

year;to purchase glasses for young- you own an airplane and it according: to action of the club at The unusual tree growing in the schools are in session", Clem J.

sters who,couldn't buy them them- is tied down on the Glades Airportat last Tuesday's meeting* when he front lawn of George Kingsley's Denicke. field office supervisor for
the and-Hour Division of.
Wage>;
selves. Purchase of glasses for un- Pahokee here is a suggestionfrom was nominated for the position home is in fulj bloom.Long spikesare
the U. S. of Labor
Department
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derprivileged is one of the out- the Border Patrol that might without opposition.The covered with tangerine coloredflowers

standing jobs executed by the pay off: Be sure and see that it is nominating committee was I and the only history,of this pointed out today.
Denicke issued that informationfor
group' of Lions in Pahokee. 1IED DOWN securely. All owners comprised of Paul Tillery chair-! tree is that it came as a bonus in

During the past year 18 underprivileged -I have been cautioned by the ,Patrolto man, James Harry Wilkinson and with an order of flower seeds migrants arriving in the area
make sure that planes are under Robert Simonson. to join in the annual vegetable har-
children; were furnished They presented many years ago. "Butea" is the
with glasses and allowed to con- lock and key.Funds their slate of officers for action by only name 'anyone knows. If you vess. Experience shows that many
workers their entire
tinue their studies in school which the club. Tuesday past was the day haven't seen it drive'by Mr. King- bring along
I families, children cf
would have been near the impos- Are set for nominations from the floor sley's home on third street in Ca- .including
school
sible had it not been for the,Lions' LackingFor and none were withcoming.As nal Point. You, will be glad you I age."Crew
leaders well
as as parents
efforts. a result of club action of- took the time to
Chairman Mathis said: "The FireworksThe ficers for the 1961-62 year will baas : .go- .by. need to know the requirements .
established Federal Child Labor
t by
Lions club is anxious that every follows: ,
Mr. Henderson Land To laws," Denicke said. "It 'is the responsibility -
person who participated in this president; Kyle Leveling

program receive his fare share of Pahokee Chamber of Com- Scott, first vice president;, Frank of the crew leaders to

thanks. Had it not been for the merce board of directors are mak- Tillis, second vice president; D. Be check with local school officials."
DemonstratedCounty
splendid cooperaiton of the public ing their second appeal to the residence B. Mathis, third vice president; Migrants will move from,Florida'
of this "If Bob Schroder Ted Wil- to 'Georgia, then as far north as
t' we certainly could not have met area. the people secretary;

I and conquered this ever-increas- want to have fire works on the son, treasurer; Chester Mull,, Connecticut Along the route they

I ing problem." night.of July 4th., as has ,been the Lion tamer; Glenn Brower, tail- Mounts sends Agent out Marvin the following(Red) will find schools in session. Fed-

custom they will have to donate to twister. eral law prohibits their children
; During the past year members communication this week: For the
I of the club sold subscriptions to the funds necessary," said Karl Two. new directors, will serve last two from working during any hours
have secured
years we
Mindlin, chamber with the above that local schools are having:
The Everglades News and garnered president. "The .named officials. from Extension I
V help our EngineerJstationed
4 a'healthy amount of cash for their 11 chamberjust does, not. have .the J They are: Duncan Padgett. and at the University of Florida classes. Wilful violations of the 1I
funds ,necessary- "puprchase thefireworks Milton Salvatore. I child-labor law are subject to fines ,
conservation
sight fund. Theyplazi in presenting instruction pu: I .. .:.<\
another such sales program in the, : ," he continued and- the land leveling.:' This,. subject has: ranging1' Wgh, as, $10,000.:
Denicke also warned crew lead-
board
immediate future. agreed. 1
.... ,- .- The amount needed to purchase New House been presented by these compe- ers against employing minors under -
; Open tent, well-trained individuals at
18 of to drive trucks
the fireworks is $800 and June, the years age
I the County Agricultural Center,
Ralph Grimes John first is the deadline. If you, the 531 North Trail. or work as helpers on trucks.

people, want, to have the display I For Visitors SundayA Those who Military have participated' in These jobs are classified as hazardous -

either send in donation occupations for anyone under
your now,
these sessions have been
Hunt In Race uniformly
City if you do not have the cash now and pleased and for the 18 and compliance will be checked

want to donate then call or write I recently constructed CBS grateful by wage-hour investigators work-
t plans, the instruction effort and
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the Chamber of Commerce and home on First Street in Canal ing in ,each state; Denicke said.
J This (Friday) afternoon at five for the opportunity to secure instructions -
give the amount you want to give Point will be open for inspection He urged employers, crew lead-
o'clock will close and
qualificatons by or before June 1. If send Sunday afternoon between one and practical trainingin ers and parents desiring further
you
for those who seek election to the five o'clock the actual use of the instru
your donations now and there ,are according to officialsof information about the Federal
1 council in Pahokee. It will ments.
city not enough funds by this date to the Kendall Construction Com Child-Labor laws to write the Mi-
be that the of- As we face the of find-
necessary petitions purchase the fireworks, do- pany of West Palm Beach who problem ami field office at Room 107, 1200S.
fered the would-be candidates your ing in the and
by nations will be refunded. Send dO. erected the new home for Mr. and profits use manage- W. First Street, Miami. Free
have less'than 25 ment of our fields we are
not qualified en- finding
Urss. James
nations to Pahokee Chamber of Edward Rodgers.The folders will be mailed on request.
dorsers before the filing date the cost of production increasingly
Commerce, 115 East Main Street, construction company cordially .
closes. Should the petition have the Pahokee. invites each and everyoneto high. We need to. use all our land -

I* "\ necessary 25 names and then it be -. -.- visit the home Sunday afternoonand and to increase the efficiency of Funeral Services
found that some are not qualified all farm land. I ,
see first hand what can be
voters in the that will We also waste land I
city bringon Traffic are ,finding
Count Is bought at a nominal sum. The two
more talk and possible disqual- bedroom home built on your lot and spoil banks as a harboring For O. Hodges 16 '
ification of the candidate. I I center for insects, virus host plants ,
costs only $8,250.00 and can b? +
Ralph Grimes will offer for a Up In Canal PointThe financed at $62 monthly.The I and nematodes. There is little

seat the council 1. r doubt that of these
on in Group Kendall concern is well and the importance Funeral services were held Monday -

That seat is now held by George favorably known in Palm Beach good-management practices will 1 .afternoon for Richard Ellis

'Tucker who will seek ,reelec on. season's on! What season? county, having built more than increase in importance. Hodges, Jr., 16, of Belle Glade who

Hugo Boe holds a seat from Group Well, you ,take your choice. Maybe 2,000 homes in the county duringthe If you cannot be present try to'{!'I died Saturday: from injuries suf-

2 and will seek reelection. He will it's the tourist season. Or, may- past 15 years.Osceola have someone'from your organiza-:] fered when struck by an automoI -,

be opposed by John D. Hunt. Billy be it's just a lot of local traffic but I ,tton present. I j bile driven by Mrs. J. T. Threlkeld.

I McKinstry, who was appointed to I official count ot'cars crossing the Remember The Time 9:00 a. m. Highway Patrol declared the .accident '

fill a vacancy, will offer for elec-J bridge in Canal Point is way up beyond Remember the Dates April 27 I unavoidable.

t tion for the remaining year of the I what it was in January of Farms Is and 28.' I I Services.were under the direction .

to unexpired term.Royal's this year. By more than 1200 carsa Remember the Land Leveling t of the.pastor of, the Community

day. Sued Contract Course. Methodist.church of Belle Glade,
r) 1 Official count by the State Road No Charges! Just Take The I Rev. Lee :D;, Rustin. Burial at

! McArthur Department on Tuesday morning Time to be Present.Barbecue Port,:Ma aca.I .
showed that 5,507 cars crossed the Osceola Farms build- i I
Company, He was a member of the Future
bridge in the preceding 24 hour ers of a new sugar mill five miles Farmers of America,.the Demolay,

Erect New Building period. During a like period in east of.Canal ,Point and north .
January of this year a total of Conners highway has a lawsuit To Help Church. _

4,305'cars crossed, the bridge. filed in circuit court alleging, He la survived by his parents

\ Royal's is building a handsome,I Traffic showed an actual increaseof breach of contract. C. P. Cancer Fund and a brother, Ronald Emory "
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new -warehouse near the railroad: I 1,202 cars daily. A $15,000 breach of contract I Hodges of:Belle Glade; and'a sister '

track in Chosen immediately north I "' suit against Osceola Farms Co Patricia G. Hodges of Belle Glade.

of the Shirley plant on SR715. The LEAVES .FOB TEXAS waS filed Tuesday in ,circuit court Mrs. Duke Tucker announces a Grandparents are Mr. and .Mjs.

new building will'serve the' "several j(I Pvt. Bo Johannesson, of Sweden:!, by the B and B Equipment Rental final effort to raise money for the Carmen Salvatore Sr., Pahokee.

stores operated by' that concern. I now serving in the U .s Army left Co., Tennessee firm doing businessin Canal Point area's cancer fund in ..
I :McArthur.Dairy is having a new Tuesday night-for FL'Hood Texas '
Florida. .
the form. of a barbecue, supper at I SNACK BAR OPEN
; distribution building erected Just while here he was ehouse'guest This suit charges that Osceola the Elks club I
,in Pahokee. She said A,snack bar has been opened at
north of the, bridge, in Chosen on of his cousins Mr. and':Mrs.'
W. E. Farms
t'i: officials promised t b eequipment. that the supper wU| be held next Williamson's Fruit Stand north if
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SR715. All concrete construction, Erickson, He also visited .
bis other '
it would I
company
get Saturday 29
night, April and that Canal Point. Hamburgers, coffee,
it ,will be a thoroughly modem couMnsi Mr.'and Kri.'FI :
ydBr1ck. the
contractfor erecting the
new tickets will
, ', ; sell for 1.50 Serving cold sandwiches also ice cream will
; structure when completed. The ftoa' and' fly aadT2 r.'and:Mrs. sugar min being bunt by Osceola will start at.6:30 p. m. The ,entire be served,at window service only.
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,. Glades customer of the popular Jack Wilson Before' com&g here 'east of Canal Point. The contract public la cordially invited to Mr. and Mrs. Phik Williamson :
{ dairy concern will be ,served from I lilt :week ,he 'lid 'jut' .
: completed stffl haft feeea signed the-suit
; attend* and participate in.. this be glad ,to. welcome back their'old
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f _Page Two f' .... The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Fri/qay. April 21, 1961l

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.s Veteran :Engineer Mrs. M., B. Devane, .",of Canal- Mr. and Mrs.Robert' Weeks of

Pojnt underwentsurgery Wednesday Miami spent Satuida .and Sunday 4

. Retires- From State' in the Everglades Memorial with his parents, Mr." and Mrs. J. .j

:1 : Hospital. / ?*. ;G-weeks in Canal,Point ,
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red..C. Collins of Wjest"'Palm t '"
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I the road u ldlng industry, 'retired i w fitffrstfrritfi .,
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Monday (April ).

II I I The career 54-year-old as7"a rodman engineer and beganhis ad-


vanced 1950 he to became a project a registered engineer.land In i Air Travel 1L Is Fast


surveyor and at the time fo his retirement .

._ I was a civil engineer .'n

The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida Palm,Department Beach County projects.supervisingRoad &

',:7 THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF In' addition tQ his 30 years with t ti
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the State Road Department, Collins :
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THE EVERGLADES NEWS was employed by the Martin
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County Road Department, for onayear. I
Serving the Lake Okeechobee.Fanning Region Without He served with the U. S.

Interruption Every Week for .More Than 30 Years Army' during World War II. I
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Established March II Published Collins and his wife Sarah now I
. 1924 Every Friday
reside at 1136 Allendale Road in \
: Subscription Price $2,00 Year In Advance West Palm Beach.ENTERTAIN I l ii

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The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office -

In Canal Point, Florida, as'Second, Class Matter *CHOIRMr.
and Mrs. D. B. Watkins Li- i
I Paul tiardin Owner Editor Publisher the I
vited members of the Vesper I
--- Choir of the First Methodist Church II
VISIT IN CLEWKTONMr. II
Survival Camping in Pahokee, to their home.after FLY WITHZIMMERMAN -

and Mrs. Glenn -.Andrews Trip By Boy Scouts services last Sunday evening for I I
_a social hour and refreshments.
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their son-in-law and daughter, Three groups of Pahokee Boy

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hingson' and Scouts and one patrol unit of the I i I JACKSONVILLE' VISITORS j
:Mrs. Carol Branch and Allen -
son Gene in Clewiston. They were Wild Life Boys accompanied by sons 5

accompanied home on Sunday by W. A. (Pop) Reynolds and their Johnnie and Louie of Jacksonville I BELLE GLADE PAHOKEE

their son and daughter-in-law Mr. special bus driver Homer Barnes are the house guests_ of her II -
and Mrs. James Andrews and,family left Pahokee Friday on a Survival parents Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Vajui. Office Hours Either Day or Nite

of West Palm Beach for a short Camping Trip at Gopher Gulley. They have also as their guests their I Phone WY '6-2086 Phone 3871

visit before going on to their home. Three, troups of the Scouts of' the I grandchildren Michaelle and PaJ( I
elia Putnal of New
Kay SmyrnaBeach.
Black Hawk and their leaders, Bill
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.. Boe Dennis Martin and David
Beebe. The Wild Life Boys were

Classified 'Ads led by Ernest Pittman Jr. .. f
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The party stopped at a store m .. -. .

Palmdale and ate their last meal .. .' -, ..,..," j
FOR SALE: New and used Willys before going on to their camp site. "
Walter S
Jeeps. Ashley's Garage
Each boy was given a piece of rope '
In Belle Glade. Phone 3058. I Now You Can AnswerS :
Oct. 1754ch. ten feet long; or a piece of stringor I
fishing line of that length one "

fish hook and one match.' Each : Your Door by --o -, or' .
SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your
group was given one ax, one shovel
name label shows you to be m and hatchet above '
one The boys \ HOME
Send .Telephone With
arrear on payment along
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the first class rank could have a I ,
that $2.00'payin ntl and '.
we
now I
sheath knife those below that rank

will continue to's nd'yoq'th1s great rank could have a pocket knife.I : __ I II
palladium of the family fireside. : "
They were'not allowed to take any INTERPHONE .
The Everglades News, Canal Point, i :+ :
Fla. cooking utensils but were requir-I .
ed to take a raincoat and

on the bus. They could take all the
SPARE ROOMS for 'rentr If you I I I -
clothes they could wear. Mr. Re/
have one get in touch with this
olds carried ample food on the bus
newspaper and insert a $1 classi- 1'T
in case broke survival. I wt i
ified ad.'It will get results. All ads any i I I II II
The arrived at the Gulley after
payable in advance.The Everglades '
dark and each were shown I .
News Canal Point,' Fla. group U J
.... their territory also given special 1' ;

APARTMENTS are needed by instructions how and what kind of I __ I II

many folks coming into,this area food was obtainable.Their Job was r:: I i
build shelter of I I I II
to water
to earn a living. Do*you have one a proof j I ,
for rent? Tell them and the world cabbage palm fronds. Soon after i I \
as r : y
through a:$1 classified ad in these<< they arrived at their camp sites : j : \

columns. Send' along a description they were' surprised by a visit of I r' !
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of the apartment and a $1 bill andwe'll their Scoutmaster Louis Mims and I

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do the rest The. Everglades Mrs. Mims also the assistant

News, Canal Point:, Fla.. Scoutmaster Bill Mims. Mr.' and 4. : > 4'
Mrs. Mims visited 'with them for -t: : Yb

WHEN SHOPPING' h West Palm awhile. and .left, but the assistant
Beach visit the new Mary'Carter ::
stayed on to help. <
Paint Store on the Dixie Highway they :
Early Saturday Morning
2 blocks S. of Southern Boulevard.We had another visitor J. V. Thomas tt v ,

have 'a $2 sample can of bur he too remained in camp with r
+ wonderful liquid Glass Enamel for A S. 'A R
them. During the day the boys ,
each Canal Point visitor who men-. cut It
I caught fish cabbage palmetto y.a:9 t
tions ,this. advertisement.; 4212 S hearts and also caught a turtle.i iI t'J rjrr'

Dixie West Palm Beach.. Ctc I They had enough eat, in a fash- Y

'VACATION TIME.ls just -around ion.Sunday 1
the corner. Before you take off; 'Morning the news broad-i

:hour about dropping a -check for cast from Pop's radio advised ',fe .t

42.00 in the mail for your subscription i I bad weather for that section of the' Just One of Many .New Features of .
I State and since the Scouts and
to The Everglades News, Oa3ial '
: 'Point, Fla.- I their leaders did not want to be I COMPLETE HOME TELEPHONE SERVICE.. II
t I caught In the Gulley in bad weather !
t I SAMPLE COPIES-of last week's made plans. to break' camp and I I

j sedition of The;Evergladea.News,I start for home. By 8:25 that morning .. Home Interphone: : the new home communications system-lets you talk '. \,

were mailed in Canal..Point and they:were in,Palmdale and that
., ( from room to room, transfer calls, even answer'the door By picking up your. i
4 new, subscriptions will bey:welcomed also meant the survival was over. .

this.week.Just$2.00 foc__a year I They arrived in, Pahokee about nearest phone! Uses: your regular,phones"along with small color-matched .

will keep in' this you area.4 informedjofhappanings' -' 5:00 in the afternoon.. wall speakers. Guaranteed for life'by your telephone company; Home Inter Jr.. ..
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!NEW HOME ON BACOM POINT wonderful ;.:. I '
r'oi OnAnnona phone is. truly .a, new convenience for modern, gracious living. :''
DOUSE ,
NEW. SALE
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; ..Construction well under ,
way .J "f ,. I ..
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i' : Avenue -Pahbkee., .2 on the new home for Mr. and Mrs.I -. 2 ; -. ." ...f1
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bedroom, : \ J !" '-t. :1,1 L ) .
andvporcb'.tile
carport! Brooks Henderson on-Bacom Point ,
bath, CBS constructta'aT:J pone'Pa- Road in Pahokee.. Mr..;.Henderson: I y.t. -. : t lUrrai Y'S L I

hokee..... .' "2591. >$19c1iFOR ..-"'''' !is principal ,of Pahokee,' High I ,. \

RENT: 'TWo ,bed 'O mUvlug ;School and they have been making I I j

sfobm,bath, screen porcb; dining .'their' home. .in Canal. 'Point.. \
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room'and kitchen combined. Furn Southern
OFF TO CALIFORNIA
ished. Phone 7467. >- ItpTXJJMBING ,
'c pt., and Mrs. George M. ,Belle

SERVICE, $:tpr you Jr.:, and children, Stephen and Ruth '.m-CHIME, -' -:-...1I ,

need, a plumber. : hephone Ann,left Wednesday. for Califol'J11a.I .. SPEAKERPHONE PRINCESS PHONE
'' Your--phone con 'chimewith'delightful l lets you talk: w&h- Designed for toda,'* ,,. I
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,and, ,call H;.W; Scrape,;vtoPahokee Captain, Bejk.; recently completed -.I. ....
musical out holding the receiver: streamlined living, the ,
at Phone 7547 Septictank" a.six-month course at the? officers
I "1' notes so tike ..when.Iecmn, hands Princess Phone is little, .
your at<< ,
cleaningf14d'tillr: 'or :WeL Training School. ,at.Ft. Benning( 't ..."
; :: > ehiWren.antaaIeepor free torn xa .cake' or ifs Iy,1tJightslGo.es! ., .....
selCwatertu&.doall heat rs'pl: ,; pnp !Ca Duringthi&; time biawife andch4di .
kinds JreeiitH : en v-': 'someone i is1 side-Mar '.mine! ,iheboby3Wows. anywhere. and, 'goes .. .. ._ ., .. ... ;.
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'Veteran:Engineer Mrs. M.:,B. Devane_,of Canal Mr. and Mrs.: Robert Weeks" of

.. rs Pont underwent;.surgery Wednes- :Miami spent Saturday*aad Sunday 4
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[ Retires: From State day in the Everglades Memorial with his parents, Mr. and :Mrs. J. 'I

: Hospital. ./ G Weeks in Canal'Point.: ,
'h k-C. Collins of Wes'f"| >'alm i "

L.--- LJi ----- Ha.''veteran Of. 3O' 'year9):,in -, -"- -",. .

the roadbuilding indUStry.retired \ir/sv'r> > aM?>8tf?>
from the State Road Department

\ Monday (April 17).
: I The 54-year old engineer beganhis

career as*a rodman and ad-
a vanced to a project engineer. In Air Travel_ Is Fast

i r r. : 1950 he became a registered land I.
. surveyor and at the time fo his rE- .
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tirement was a engineer n

The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida Palm Beach County supervising h

Road Department projects. :
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF In' addition tQ his 30 years with 2-
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the State Road Department, Collins :

: :: THE EVERGLADES NEWS was employed by the Martin _

: County Road Department for onayear.
Serving the Lake Okeechobee.Farming Region Without He served with the U. S.

Interruption Every Week for .More Than 30 Years Army' during World War n.

Established March 11, 1924, ,- Published Every Friday Collins and his wife, Sarah now
reside at 1136 Allendale Road in \
'" Subscription Price $2tOO Year In Advance West Palm Beach.ENTERTAIN I .
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The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office -

" In Canal,Point, Florida, as Second. Class :Matter HOIR -
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Watkins Invited -
I .-,Paul Karelin -, _- Owner, Editor, Publisher the members of the Vesper j

Choir of the First Methodist Chur-
VISIT IN CLEWISTONMr.
Survival Camping ch in Pahokee, to their home.after FLY WITHZIMMERMAN

I Scouts services last Sunday evening, for 1
and Mrs. Glenn Andrews Trip By Boy a social hour and refreshments.
were the weekend house guestsof / ---
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their son-in-law and 'daughter, Three groups of Pahokee Boy "
Mr: and Mrs. Earl Hingson and Scouts and one patrol unit of the I JACKSONVILLE' VISITORS j
son Gene in Clewiston. They were Wild Life Boys accompanied by I Mrs. Carol Branch and sons Allen s

home Sunday by Johnnie and Louie of Jacksonville BELLE GLADE
accompanied on W. A. (Pop) Reynolds and their QKEE.
'their son and daughter-ih-law Mr. are the house guests of her
bus Homer
special driver, Barnes
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Vajin. Office Hours Either Day or Nite
,and Mrs. James Andrews and.family left Pahokee Friday on a Survival
of West Palm Beach for a short Camping Trip at Gopher Gulley. They have also as their guests their Phone WY 6-2086 Phone 3871

visit before going on to their'home.Classified Three troups of the Scouts of the I I grandchildren, Michaelle and Par ,
elia Kay Putnal of New Smyrna
Black Hawk and their leaders. Bill (
I Beach. '> I
... wwwJw- Boe, Dennis Martin and David $g Lgt&Si$& I _

Beebe. The Wild Life Boys were, -
Ads led by Ernest Pittmah, Jr. I

The party stopped at a store In : .

Palmdale and ate their last meal : ,,.< -" .
FOR SALE: New and used Willys before going on to their camp site. j

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn Each boy was given a piece of rope '
I Now You Can Answer ;
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Belle Glade, Phone 305S.
Oct. 17-54-ch. ten feet long; or a piece of stringor ,
fishing line of that length, one .
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fish hook and one match. Each Your Door by --i. ,,. ,.' .
SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if
your group was given one ax, one shovel .
name label shows you to be m .' ,
and one hatchet. The boys above 4 HOMER .
arrear on payment. Send along claSs ,Telephone With .",-. .
the first rank could have a .
that: $2.00'payinentl and < ,
now we ,
sheath knife, those below that rank .'
will continue to nd'you.'this : ,
s great !
rank could have knife. .
a pocket .. t
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palladium of the family fireside. t <
The Everglades News, Canal Point, They were not allowed to take any >. .' -, -' ,-,, INTERPHONE .. .i., '
Fla. cooking utensils but were required ,
to take a raincoat and leave ton I

the bus. They could take all the
SPARE ROOMS for reritr If you
clothes they could wear. Mr. Re/
have one, getin"'toucli' with this
olds carried ample food on the bus
newspaper and' insert a $1 classi- 1rITt:1r
in case broke survival.
ified ad.It will get results. All ads any ,
The arrived at the Gulley after
payable in advance.The Everglades '
dark and each were shown
group
News Canal Point, Fla. Li1
their territory also given special R.:.

APARTMENTS are needed by instructions how and what kind of 4J ,' ji Ji 4i

many folks coming into,this area food was obtainable..Their job was

to earn a living. Do*you have one to build a water proof shelter of I l

for rent? Tell them-and .the world cabbage palm fronds. Soon after j
:' through a '$1 classified ad in these they arrived at their camp sites k
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columns. Send' along a description they: were' surprised by a visit of I

of the apartment and.a $1 bill and their* Scoutmaster Louis Mims and u
we'll do the rest :Then: Everglades Mrs. Mims also the assistant i I ;

News Canal Point. Fla. Scoutmaster; Bill Mims. Mr. and
j.c.
Mrs. Mims visited with them for I
WHEN SHOPPING Palm
in West awhile and .left, but the assistant
Beach visit the new Mary Garter stayed on to help. 4 4AH"

Paint Store on the Dixie Highway they
Early Saturday Morning
2 blocks S. of Southern BOulevard.We had another visitor, J. V. Thomas, )

have 'a $2 sample can of our he too remained in camp with

wonderful liquid Glass Enamel for them. During the day the boys .
each Canal Point visitor who \
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caught fish cut cabbage palmetto
tions ,thi advertisement.' 4212 S. hearts and also caught a turtle.
Dixie, West Palm Beach. Ctc: had eat in fash-
They enough a ,..

VACATION 'TIME::.is.just around ion.Sunday
the corner. Before you take offjTiow ; 'Morning the news broad-

: about dropping a check for cast from Pop's radio advised of ,f..r .

$2.00 in the'mail for your subscription -t I bad weather for,that section of the .r Just One of Many New, Features of
r State and since the Scouts and -.-
to The'' Everglades News, '::a-
l'Po1nt, Fla. I their 'leaders did not want to Oe COMPLETE HOME TELEPHONE SERVICE ", (

: caught in the Gulley in bad weather .. j
SAMPLE COPIES last week's' made plans, to break' ,camp andi .. r
; sedition of The'Everglades.News I start for: home. By 8:25 that,morn- .Home Interphone: the new home communications: system-lets you talk \'

i were/mailed .in 2P:4 and they were: in,Palmdale and that I''
: I ling from room to room transfer calls; even answer the door By picking up your .
t new. .subscriptions"will be;welcomed also meant the survival was, over. 4

this.week.Just, : $2.00 fora year:I They arrived in Pahokee about nearest phone! Uses, your. regular.phones along with small color-matched _
f will keep informedjofjiapps.'iings" 5:00 in the afternoon.
l you .. wall speakers. Guaranteed life-by your telephone company; Home Interphone 'If 1-
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.' !NEW HOME ON BACOM POINT is truly a wonderful{ new convenience for modem, gracious living.T J =
:NEw,SOUSE FOR: SALE l fPn ,.Construction well under -
way
0 Avenue *&>'Pahi! ieee., .2 .:. "", -.r *, i. -
{ Annona > 'on the new home for :Mr. and Mri -' -, '..: :!l 'jt4 ': !1 1i. -
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bedroom, ..carport! an pore\r;: Brooks Henderson on-Bacom Point 0' ._.
bath, CBS construct&'ivhpigee : ;Phone I'at : T
Road .in Pahokee. Mr. Hen erso I Lk
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FOR-RENT: Two..bedroom .living School and they have been making I .. ..... ;, I

l. goon% bath, screen PcrC1 /dining, i:their' hpme in Canal_ ..4- Point. ; i',
room' and kitchen combined. Turn: South.rI'
OFF TO CALIFORNIA .
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ish d. Phone 7467. > Itp :
I Ir 'c pt. and Mrs. George M. Belk, ..: .

PLUMBING, SEvICNI", _If you! Jr.. and children, Stephen and Ruth .. 4 e a.IIIt:11: ''i
need just' tothe! Ann left BELL CHIME SPEAKERPHONE. PRINCESS PHONE
: a plumber step Wednesday for California. '
phone and, call"H;;W,: Scrap..toPahckee Captain Bejk. recently: completeda Yourphone can"chime lets you talk with Designed for today's "-.1",....Fat iItt i,
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with delightful musical the the
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I : notes nice when leaving hands i little ',
-so your Princess Phone is r"t I
cleaning, field l "tfd Worlr We Scriool at. Ft. Kenning -
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: l -sell,avatar he&ters.plpa.tb,1gs:; GaI, ;>urin ,this, time his.wife and .. <
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guests "
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Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson ,Mr.-and Mrs. K; B;Mackey were Mr and Mrs. W. E. Erickson ac 1j

had as their Saturday overnight weekend visitors in Ft. Myers. companied ,by Mr. and Mrs. JacK ''

I'' fPERSONAtNEVis N NOTESI.1 r guest her brother John Kendrickof Enroute home they visited Mr. and Wilson were the Sunday guests vf .j

Washington D. C."$e went'from Mrs. Buck Plunkett in Immokalee. Mr. 'and*Mrs. Ed Seabrook' and r

here to Orlando where he has While they were away their family in Lake Park.* a i j i
.ww III charge of a Naval Exhibit at the daughter Mrs. Ernest Tinman of \..

11. Mrs.. C. G. Coburn, Mrs. P. Mel!I .M!.- and Mrs. John Daughtery,I Science Fair there this week.- South Bay, spent the weekend with I Mr.and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux left ', .J'

I Wilson and Mrs. Glenn Powell. of I Sr:, and family of Clewiston were I I I her sister, Becky and assisted her Saturday to be the guests of Mr. ..
the Canal Point Garden -Club attended the Sunday'guests of their son and Mr. and Mrs., V. C. Robbins and'I with a slumber party Saturday t and .Mrs. O. H. Chastain in Thom- ,

the Landscape design forum daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.I l daughter Rene left by plane Tuesday night. The Guests were: Yvonne asville, Ga. Mr. Bordeaux will also }

held in the Mounts Building : in John Daughtery Jr.,, and son. for their home in Toronto Thompson Paula Collier and Alice attend Grand Lodge in Jacksonville .. i I:

West Palm Beach on Tuesday, Canada. While here they were the Joy Wilson. > several days this week.
I. Bobbie Cook son of Mr. and house guests of her mother Mrs !
April 18. I
Mrs. Jack Cook of Belle Glade Kenneth Hitchcock and Mr. Hitch-, Dick Kolby of Sarasota was the Mrs. M. D. Geiger is the guestof 1 i J

:Mrs. Pope Sears. Mrs. W. E...i her son and daughter-in-law Mr. weekend guest of Miss Kay Friend Capt. and Mrs. Clarence Lang- I

Blackwell and Mrs, Elmer :Maxson II Dale Erickson and his parents, Mr. cock.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend. ford in Norfolk Virginia. \
of the Canal Point Methodist I and Mrs. Floyd Erickson. and Mrs. O. H. Sheppardhad I j I

WSCS attended the annual Florida as their weekend house guest _ -----J
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Wbmans Christian Service Con-'1 I I -Mrs. Duke Tucker and Mrs. W. his cousin, Ambrose Harry-of West ::

ference held at the First Methodist i j I N. Veal attended the Langford Point, Ga. I ATTENTION
garden .tours last' Sunday in Jen MEN !
Church in West Palm Beach Tues Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ammons hadas I

day, Wednesday and Thursday of sen. I II their recent house guest her
LEARN TO OPERATE
this week. .. Rev. Charles D. Stewart will return mother, Mr. E. M. Osbone of Lake-I '

to his home in Canal Point I s I land. .. It Itt
Mrs. Albert Herron Sr., of Hialeah -
today after visiting his brother Heavy
j Equipment
was the weekend house' guestof who is a patient at Veterans hos-j I I I Mr. and Mrs. W. R" Jernigan of )
her sister-in-law :Mrs. C. A.. I i Clewiston the recent guests
I pital in Lake City, Fla I j i i were
Shive. She accompanied her daughter -:_ 1 *., I :
of her sister and brother-in-law I SCRAPER BULL DOZER

Mrs. Carmen Salvatore here I I Mr. arid Mrs. C. A. Barfield spent Mr and Mrs. A. R. Harringtonand GRADER PULL SHOVEL I
to attend the funeral of Richard the weekend in Ft-Myers as guestsof family. %

Ellis Hodges, Jr., in" Belle Glade their 'Ison-in.-law: and daughter, DRAGLINE CLAM SHELL J

Monday. Miss Modena McAllister ac .
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wattenbargerand
companied by her mother, Mrs. TRAINED MEN ARE EARNING OVER $165 per week

Mrs. James Miller accompanied .family. I Fannie McAllister of Morven Ga.,1 J

her daughter and granddaughter,1 I Fred Higgins and son Bernard and Mrs. Dot Mote of Valdosta, I Complete training gives you Actual experience on machines at our I

Mrs. Lou Lombard, and Lisa to of PahOkee are ill and confined to I II Ga.,visited Mrs. S. S. Scruggs: resident training center with employment assistant upon com

their home in Miami Friday. Mrs.j their beds for several weeks under Friday in the Post Office at Bry-! pletion. Mail Coupon for complete information. ,

Miller' returned home .. I the care of their doctor. ,. ant, enroute, to West.Palm Beach.I .
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"RE: PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT Miss Betty Williams daughterof I S. S. Scruggs, Jr., of.Lake Wales UNIVERSAL EQUIPMENT
TAXES FOR
"NOTICE IS HEREBY THE YEAR GIVEN 1961 that in Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Barfield, was a recent visitor with his parents For' the many high paying OPERATORS SCHOOL j

accordance with the provisions of Chap- left last week for Alama Garth, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Scruggs, Jobs in heavy construction, 52 126 Biscayne Annex
ter 18M2.( Laws of
Florida Acts of 1037.!
the Board of Supervisors of PAHOKEE New Mexico for an extended visit Sr. at Runyon. building roads, bridges, ?MIAMI FLA. I
DRAINAGE DISTRICT: a drainage dis with her cousins Sgt., and :Mrs.
trict organized and existing under the M. D: Johnson. Mrs. F. M. Crawford of Williamson dams, pipe lines, air fields, Name Age-._ '
Laws of Florida and embracing lands -.
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within Palm Beach County has caused W. Va., is the house' guest of office buildings, etc. Local
to be prepared a Budget showing the The H. G. Boyntons were Sunday was the weekend house guests of and foreign employment 'jStreet $i '
Debt Service requirements of the District -
and of the East Unit of the District luncheon guests of their son-in-law and Mrs., Frank_ Crawford and portunities. You can start City State .._.. I as
for Maintenance. Operation and Administration children.Mr. now without leaving your J
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy
during the year beginning on and Phone Hrs. at Home__
the first day, of November. 1961. and Faulk in Belle Glade. Their grand- and Mrs. Bill Cooper and present job. -
ending on tte thirty-first day of October. -
1963.: Sale Budget among other daughter, Mrs. Horace Hartsel and daughter, D'arla of Leesburg were Infonnat1on about our trained I
things' shows the amount of the East baby of Gainesville were also the Sunday luncheon.guests of Mr. CONTRACTORS:
Unit Debt Service Tax. and'the amountof Operators available upon request :.
East Unit Maintenance' Tax per acre guests of her parents. and Mrs. T. D, Mullins. .
necessary. to .be levied upon the landwithin I
said District for the year 1961.
"The said Budget is now on file and Y
may be examined at.the Office of the
Secretary ok the District at Canal Point.
Florida. The Board of Supervisors of

meet PAHOKEE at 10:00 DRAINAGE o'clock A. M.DISTRICT,. on the 28th Will

day Secretary of April.of the 1961.District at the In Office Canal of Point.the OPEN 1 to 5 P. M. SUNDAY

Florida, for the purpose of hearing objections ,
.' and complaints,with respect to
the said Budget.and for the purpose of 2 Blocks East Of Post Office On 1st-Street. CANAL POINT i
transacting such other business as may :, .. : ...
1 properly come before said meeting.
."DATED this IOn day of April,{1961.

DRAINAGE SUPERVISORS BY ORDER DISTRICTBY OP THE OF BOARD PAHOKEE OF NOT A SHELL HOUSE, THIS HOUSE IS COMPLETELY FINISHED INSIDE' & OUT I

: F. E. Conkimg..; President.
Publish: April 14. 21,-1961: .

"RE: EAST SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICT A 2 BEDROOM HOME 62.00 Monthly
TAXES FOR THE YEAR 1961. $8250 "
'NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in WFinanced
accordance with the provisions of Chap- ( Locally)
ter the 20694.Board Laws of ofFlorida.Supervisors. Acts of'of EAST 1941. .BUILT ON YOUR LOT j j'NO }

SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICT a drain- w.
age district organized and erlsltlng
under the Law of Florida and embrac-
ing lands within Palm Beach County. On Approved -
DOWN PAYMENT
showing has caused the to Debt be Service prepared requirements a Budget Locations .

Fj of the District and the.requirements of
(f, the District fur maintenance operation
and administration during the year beginning -
on the first day of November ,,
1961. and ending on the thirty-first day <
'I of October. 1962. Said ;Budget among 4..k1 ...
ether things shows the amount of Debt .
Service Tax and the amount of Maintenance '
Tax per acre necessary to be
levied upon the lands within said District f
for the year 1961. '' -w fI I
'The said Budget Is now on file and '
may. be examined at the Office of the I
.Secretary of the District at Canal Point. !
Florida. The Board of Supervisors of i '
EAST SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICTwill
meet at 10:45 o'clock A. M. on the
28th day of April. 1961. at the Office of j
the Secretary of the. District In Canal
Polnt.>Florida for the purpose of hearing :
objections and complaints with respect -
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to the said Budgeted: for the ,.
purpose of transacting such other business -
as may .properly.. before oald. II
:.meeting v : t
"DATED this 10t1:day' of April. 1961. ,.
-* BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF _
SUPERVISORS OF EAST SHORE : ..
DRAINAGE DISTRICT --- '-
:BY: F. E. Conkling. President
1 Publish: April 14. 21, 1961."

f RE: PELICAN LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE -
.DISTRICT TAXES FOR THE
YEAR mi CBS Construction Furred Walls
"NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that
I the Board of Supervisors of PELICAN.1 Terrazzo Floors 9 Windows
LAKE drainage SUB-DRAINAGE district organized DISTRICT and existing a UNCONDITIONALLY. -GUARANTEED 'BY" .. Awning Type

under the Laws of Florida. and embracing. Copper Plumbing S Tile Bath
..lands within Palm Beach County KENDALL CONSTRUCTION CO.
hds-tatf*! tebe prepared a Budget .
showing .th3(7nlt No.. 1. Debt Service '. 15 Year Built Up Roof Yale Hardware
and the General Debt Service require-
ments ments,of.of'the the District District for and maintenance the reqUire- (Over 2000 Homes Built In P. B. County Custom Built Kitchen. Cabinets, Formica Counters

DDePot1D"1U1d t eyeay.begtnntag administration on the first day during of In The Past 15' Years)' f Water Heater- 30 Gallons
November '1961. and ending on the
tb1rty-t1n\'da7 of October. 1962.The .
said'Budget is now on me and '
We Will Build You A Florida Room
; .
may be examined at the Office of the .'

". I Flat Secretary PELICAN Ida.. The-of LAKE the Board District 8UB-DRAINAOE'IDIS-of Supervisors at Canal Point; of. Carport-Bedroom_-Bath-:Kitchen & 'I 3 BEDROOM, On Your lot. $9350 I

'TRICT'Will meet at 1120 o'clock. A. U*
on the 28th day of April. 1961. at the Arrange Financing Down Payment .
Office of the Secretary of the DistrictIn
C&nal.Po1n. Florida forth. 0 purposeof
hearing objections. and complaintswith
respect'to the said Budget and for
,the purpose OP transacting such other
-business as may .properly come before '
.sold meeting. KENDALL CONSTRUCTION CO. Y: :
-DATED' this 10th day of April. 1961.
.i BY ORDSt OF THE BOARD OF ..
8UPl VISORS OF PELICAN .

.1 '' ..: ': LAKE: SUB-DRAINAGE D1STRK7T 5414 GEORGIA AVE. WEST. PALM BEACH WTONEI : .m.17'11

',. .. ., .,. &* BY F. E.-coakxng': President,; 1 -:...
Publish: April 14.'21- 191.? -

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::Friday., April 21,;i96l The Brtrglade* New* Caaal Pofcrt. Florida Pam.PiaY

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:Be Chosen Sarasota


) SARASOTA-There are more,
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local contests, preliminary to the I

Miss Florida Pageant:, being held I
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this year than ever before according -i[ r ,

to Ted Newhall, pageant man'
agcr. I I

The winner who will be selected -!

I at Sarasota at competitionsJune I

22, 23 and 24, will represent I

A'I 'lie sunshine State at the Miss I II

'1.;; America Pageant in Atlantic City

-t-- 7" early in September. I I

I ,.. ., -;.. ,..::. To date 31 junior chambers of

commerce cities chambers of I I

I f.o ; ,commerce and other organizationshave
r ;i rt's SyrM'ceni' indicated they are holding -
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Trkmtts : _
local pageants according to rules -

sx.. MANY FLORIDIANS set down by the Miss Florida and BRYANT (FNS) State Comptroller Ray E. Green, acting as

Miss America pageants.A I I personal representative of Governor Farris Bryant turns shovel
J DONT REALIZE THEY LIVE IN A, Miss Florida parade and a:
full of here for
im., i earth at the groundbreaking ceremonies the
S STATE WITH AN IMPORTANT. i
session at Lido Beach
MINING INDUSTRY.THIRTY- picture press I new $14 million raw sugar mill for the United States Sugar
NINE OF THE 67 COUNTIES Casino in Sarasota will be special:
4 i Corporation. Sugar Corporation President Harry T. Vaughnsaid
.. HAVE COMMERCIAL MINING features of the 1961 Miss Florida'
af.e, OPERATIONS. Pageant. Competitors will the null l would be ready for operation in December 1962.,
appearin
Would from 200 500 and have grinding '
wth IN ADDITION TO THEHIGHLY the air conditioned municipal t i employ to. persons a

... THOUSANDS OF auditorium.AT II I capacity of 5,000 tops per day.
SKILLED WORKERS NEEDED .
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DIRECTLY BY THIS INDUSTRY 1 I
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OTHER THOUSANDS ARE THE, HOSPITALThe I' State Secretary Is I SARASOTA VISITORS I
a' EMPLOYED BY SUCH AWED
I II Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson haveas
INDUSTRIES AS RAILROADS following are patients at
Lauded By Homefolk' their her aunts Mr. and
guests ,
\ ; POWER COMPANIES; TRUCK the Everglades Memorial Hospital:
-E' 1M, LINES AND BOAT LINES. Joshua Seaver, Mrs. Mary Redd 1--1 Mrs. Lee Rhodes of Carasota and

a .p'. Gerald Kimble and Mrs. Mattie Mrs, Amos Garrett of Pensacola. .

Singletary all of Pahokee. Curtis They will also visit M. C. Garret of
I recently to a rousing welcome Marvin
w Yeomans Mrs. Selfe and Pahokee and Mr. and Mrs. > ;
Shirley
from his friends, and neighbors. I I Unwin of Belle Glade.
Mrs. Louise Devane of Canal Point.
.
Adams, who won the state cab- -
Ms. Ella Mae Mrs. Nor-
Giddens
Kathleen inet seat last year was lauded by i] Teachers Attend Meet
and Mrs.
ma Manning a succession of speakers for list
: I Mrs. Gladys Harrington sevea-
I McDowell of Belle Glade. Mrs. '
meteoric rise in politics. He was'
the teacher of Point
4 i Mattie Elliott of Ft. Lauderdale grade Canal
1 presented with a plaque and giftin
School Roland Kahle and J. S.
Jr. of Indian-
I and Willard
: Connell ,
behalf of Orange Park citizens.
: Smith mathmatica teachers of Pa
II town. > Speakers Joining in the eulogy hokee High School attended the

J were State Treasurer Ed Larson
f mathmatics Teachers
Meeting
ATTEND ASSOCIATION{'
: Sen. Edwin Fraser of Macclenny Saturday at the Palm
IIIs Several members of the Womens Royal
1 and Rep. Sam Saunders of Green
I School in West Palm Beach.
,
= Missionary Society of the Pahokee Cove Springs. -
.- ..... First Baptist Church attended the
A4 kWe y .v Adams is the first state cabinet}1.:-K-: : : -*:.: : I : : : : : : :
Palm Lake Association
Meeting
K< 1 member from Orange Park, the:
s in The First Baptist Church in

+,t yT parade held in his honor was the I
Lake Worth Thursday. They were:
first parade ever held in the com-
Mrs. David Unwin, Mrs. Leland
.' munity and it was the first public 1-
iaY ka 4y:; it$ Keene Mrs. Milton, Douglas Mrs.
[ appearance for the Of UJAUTV _
Amos Garett and Mrs. Joe Thompson. -
I If jized Orange Park newly-organ-I
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MAY ,1 "LAW DAY" IN 'FLORIDA (Governor Farris Bryant / ':' :'
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presents to Clyde Atkins, Miami; president of The Florida Bar, < -. : -
an official proclamation designating May 1 as LAW DAY, USA. : ) "

in Florida. In his proclamation the Governor called for renewed : '... .. .... :
faith in the rule of law as the "brightest hope for achieving '" .. ,:,. : # '
peace in a troubled and anxious world." Florida lawyers will :: '<;'t.' -i'.: ..,' ..
join other groups in planning Law Day observances part of .-. a.... <, 4wYkyvY ,
.1 a nationwide rededication to the principles of liberty under lay -", -:. 4 I .
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Stringariwere ; ;":"" : .
I recent business visitors in Ft.I,. '- ',. '; v,
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Lauderdale.Mr. v -,

and Mrs. A. R. Harringtonand ', ,.l-. ./: :

"I family attended the Jupiter .A \- '
School Unveiling/ of a plaque in a _"'
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,Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain have new music room. in honor of Superintendent ,

returned to their home after' several Howell L. Watkins, r

weeks visit in Calhoun Ga., Sunday April 9. This new building
Tifton Ga., and Thomasville Ga. will be known as the Howell L. Sure, she's a grand old flag! .

Mrs C. B. Jones and Alton.Jones I Watkins Music Room. at the Jup- That's why we salute her. \ .

f visited-Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones iter-High School. .. That's why we pledge allegiance to her. +' '- "

in,:Clewiston Saturday.-, Mr.. and :Mrs. Joe' E Wooten pf
That pledge in its simplest terms M N ,
;
George TinsleypfSetes1urgwas :
: De Fuhiak Springs were the recent J '
the weekend guestofGeorge : Chouse! /guests, of,her.niece, Mr. and Is another w8Y'or saying, "Count me ) '
in.You're: mcountry and I love
:.Kingsley:; Mrs. Joe Thompson' in ,Pahokeeand you
Mr. and ,Mrs. Trevette. WeekSand another niece, Mrs. Marvin and need you. Your problems are r ; If I
my problems and I'm with you : 'W' w' 'I
children of Lake
spentSunday Unwin and Mr. Unwin in Belle
as guests of his parentS.Mr. Glade. t all the way." 4 .

and Mrs. J. G. Weeks., Miss Kay' Friend of Ft. Lauder- Your country's biggest single a b

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins visited dale was the weekend guest of er problem is the perpetual responsibility .

Mr and Mrs Gary Shelby in West parents Mr.. and Mrs. Lewis for keeping the peace its people ,r'
I Palm Beach during* the past week- Friend. want You can help with this

end problem by'remembering this
Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Brown Jr., : .
Mrs. J. B. Seckinger of Glenn-
had as recent guests Mr. and Mr*. Peace cost money. Money for t
vi9e, Ga.,, arrived Thursday fora
Jimmy Spires and children of Im- military and industrial strength.
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Paul
t
mokalee. also Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Money for science and education.
Rardin in Canal Point. I
Ray Dowling and children .)f And money saved by individuals I
Mrs. Edwin Cowart has returned

Jacksonville.Mrs. by you-to help keep the economy I & 1
to her home
after'having
surgery ttronf. Bonds provide this ,4 !
J .
S. Atkins _of Pelican money.
in the Good Samaritan Hospital -
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Otud MM WtaM-NtlM Jf. *iM OT CwUrtr !
Lake went to' West Palm Beach "
in West Palm Beach. Huns H.MUMf ATJ I
Mrs. M. D. Geiger left Friday Saturday and,is the house guest of I'". I

... for Hampton. Va.. where she will her son-in-law and daughter Mr. Help 'America's. Peace Power' w_ I
and Mrs.
be the guest of her son-in-law and Gary Shelby and baby .

daughter. Capt. and :Mrs. C. H daughter. Martha Ann. sNOW

Langford and children. Lisa Anne Mnu,A. R. Chastain accompaniedby U S. Bonds

her little granddaughter plans 'to her mother, Mrs. A. M. "Piigh Buy Savings I

accompany her home for a visit. and her niece Mrs. V. C. Robbin .

Miss Debbie Ma=son of West and Mr Robbin spent the weekendin .. -

Palm Beach was the guest of her Ocala = PAYING 3>4% INTEREST 1:, ,;
Daddy Bob Maxson and her grandparents Frank.Friend of Pahokee underwent S v I
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. :Max. surgery in Good Samaritan Tif US.Government does not pay for Out mdetrt'ting.The Treasury Department. IfcuM, Ie i .
; .. ," .' '* $nf;:, ,- / their patriotic dovation.T1**,Advert.inn? II neiiasd *- ; t ; /;, :::
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son in Canal t.- ft : '
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-,;', .Page Six The Everglades NewsCanal: Point, Florida Friday April 21,'1961

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MAndMria. Auxiliary Meeting;

Circle.In BleetingrThe : ',' At: ,Karfidd Homer,


H membersof the"Mary 'and t.The'=WOth 3I Auxiliary 'pfd the

I Ii Martha Circle of WSCS of the First! Missionary Church of Canal
First Methodist Church of Paho-
Point met Thursday 7:30 p. m. at
kee, met Monday a. m. at the home
i I of3 Mrs. Jess Elliott. Mrs. R. J. the home of Mrs. C. A. Barfield.This .

Simonson program chairman, was'their first meeting: for

t presented an ,impromptu program this year. Mrs Fred Higgins presented -

(. with all members taking part with 'the program and their mot-
the theme "The Dilemma of Young to for "the year is "Higher the

I i First Methodist The Church Of God Christian Science Mothers in Todays Life." The nest Climb, Better The View."

meeting will be a joint meeting at The new officers for the year
I Church Pahokee Of Prophecy Pahokee Of Canal PointHow .
Group '
: : the Church on :May 15th. 1961-1962 are: Pres., Mite. Fred
...,. ... ... Higgins; Vice. President Mrs.
', Rev. T. C. O'Steen Canal Point Road hope is strengthened Thermon Thompson; Secretary j
I SUNDAY: John 'H. Kinard, pastor through spiritual understanding of Mrs. Keniston Lauded and treasurer, Mrs. James Thomas -

! 9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School the Bible will be brought out 'at By Phone EmployeesMrs ; Devotional Chairman, Mis.
; 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service Chairman
I ; ,Christian Science services Sunday. Willy Scott; Program ,
'. 6:45: p. .MYF 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service Readings from the Bible In the : Alice Keniston, Southern Mrs. Mac Barfield with Mrs. Fred
'{'':' ... 7:45 p. .-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. Lesson-Sermon on "Probation af- Bell Telephone Company em- Higgins assisting; Sunshine Chairmen -

TUESDAY, : I 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. ter Death" will include this pass- ployee receive a service emblem Mrs. Harold Otto and Mrs.C. .

7:00 p.ticeWEDNESDAY m. Vesper Choir.prac Everyone! welcome. Special music age from Romans (15: "For what- for her 15 years of Telephone ser! A.: Barfield. .

f : and singing. I I soever things were written aforetime vice from Milton Evans, Traffic The next meeting will be held at
; were written for our learning, Supervisor from West Palm Beach.I the home of Mrs. James Thomasin
7:45
,p. m.-Mld-week,devojlons '
I w .; : 8:30 p., m.-Senlor Choir",precCanal The Methodist Church I that we through patience and com- The presentation was made at a Pahokee.__. .
, :,;.' tJce. Canal'' Point Florida fort of ,the scriptures might have 'dinner given in her honor. The --
... hope." Belle Glade Telephone Company OFF TO P. O. CONVENTION
,. .... A correlative passage to be read Woman's Club prepared the dinner Mrs. Edythe Smith, Canal Point
Robert Pastor
A. Shelley,
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: Point,First SUNDAY: from "Science and Health with I and were all present for the cele-r postmaster, left yesterday'CThursday -

Baptist Church 10:00 a. m.-Church School Key to the Scriptures" by Mary bration. I ) to attend the post masters
; : 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I Baker Eddy states .(p. 446): "To Miss Willene Benefield was rec t convention at Fort Walton Beach

..- Elder R. E.BarfIeld 6:30 p. .-Youth Fellowship '- understand God'strengthens hope, ognized for her 5 years of Telephone in Okaloosa county in west Flor
SUNDAY 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship enthrones'faith in Truth, and yen- serviceand presented a pin. ida..Mrs. Smith drove and plannedto
r' : MONDAY t fies Jesus'' word: 'Lo, I am with .. ..- stop in Tallahassee to visit her
10:00,a. m.-Sunday School :
you always, even unto, the end of ATTEND FUNERAL daughter, Mrs. Harry B. Elarbee'
'r- A 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 3;15 p. mo-Youth Choir practice. i I "
the world: and Mr. Elarbee.MISSISSIPPI .
TUESDAY: From out of town to attend the
, 7:00 p..mo-B. T. C. I .
The Golden Text is from Revelation -
8:00 m.Evening Worship 8:00 p. .-Woman's Society funeral of Richard Ellis Hodges,
\ WEDNDESDAY p. : 1st Tuesday2nd (3): "He that overcometh, the I Jr., were: Mr.,and Mrs. B. R. Herring VISITORSMr.

7:30 p, .-Midweek Prayer MONDAY: I same shall" be clothed in white I of Ft. Mead; Mr. and Mrs. A. and Mrs. G. Ferris Kincaidand

Service 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class mp.etIu'gj I I raiment.. I R. Herron, of Ft Lauderdale, and little daughter Kimberly ofMeredian
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t,;:. 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS' WEDNESDAY:: I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Paulette and Miss., arrived here

:; >(' ._ 7:30 p. m.-Ladles Auxiliary .7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting J I Local Baptists Will children of Tampa. l\lrs.Bea Sal- Monday< to visit his parents, Mr.
-1:1 and Mrs. G. F. Kincaid Sr. Mr.
vatore of Hialeah, Mr. and Mrs.l
: I
:' Meeting. .
r I[ Go To Teacher SchoolThe
.Kincaid returned to his work with
"' Church Of God John D. Jones and children. of Irdiantown. -
is : the Trans Miss. Corporation, in

4F 'or Canal Point Barfield Highway Canal Point Baptist Church .- -. Mere<::1lan Tuesday, and his wife
plans to have several to attend the HIGH SCHOLASTIC RECORD and daughter will remain here lora

''r; '.' Baptist Church 9:45 A. M.-Sunday School Vacation Bible School Clinic which Ronnie Kautz, son of Mr. and visit with his parents.
11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship' I I meets in West Palm Beach First Mrs. Herman Kautz, a member of -
Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor '7:00 P. -M.-L. W.. W. B. '(Par i
Baptist Church, Monday .April 21 the junior class at Ranson School CHOIR TO MEET
1'
SUNDAY
: sonage) from 9 a. m. to 12:30'p. m. This for Boys In Carol Gables has been The Canal Point Baptist Youth
,;'. 9:45 m. School
V V a. -Sunday 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship Clinic is to help train Vacation awarded a letter by the school for Choir, under the direction of Mrs.
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship
!) 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet Bible School Teachers and workers. having the highest scholastic rec- F. F. Burr, meets'at the Church
6:30 p. m.-Training Union.
'' ing ord of his class this semester i Friday Night at 7 o'clock.
t.h':' 7:30 p m.-Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. FridayChildren'schurch ,
WEDNESDAY:

! t 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. 7:30 P. M. Thursday-Y. P. E.
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The
SALES\ ARE BOOMING WE'RE CELEBRATING "

,, Of The Nazarene Episcopal ChurchPahokee

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i M. 'Wendell Hainlin. Vicar I "
, {.'- Charlee F. Crauswell, Pastor -
t Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 1 1I SUNDAY:

I SUNDAY SERVICES 10 a. m.-Sunday School I perafion 1EEIb

\ 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. 11 a. m.-Worship Service
t .
+ ': 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. "

I -.," 6:30 p. m.-Juniors. St. Mary's Catholic Volume sales mean savings. .
; ,: V 7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening '.
And because
big savings! our _
i Evangelistic Service. Church .. ...
j"1) I ,new Fords and Falcons areselling .
WEDNESDAY '
:
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: at a terrific; pace, we .. z
i t't 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer ,Father Francis Fennech, Pastor j
! ,.' meeting: Sunday Mass ..- 11:30 a. m. 'a can give you a whale of a deal.

; r:.':. "Where you I are a stranger but Confessions before Mass. I So do your budget a big favor \
V take advantage of this ; \
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. .1::' St. Peter's Lutheran opportunity at your FordDealer's .., I
today. !

V :F ; First Baptist Church, Belle Glade _, ; S I!

r.:.; Church, Pahokee EASIEST TERMS to V !
August Koerber. Pastor ,
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POSSIBLE .
SUNDAY SERVICES: 601-W. Lake Rd. Belle Glade i ".

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY: i
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F 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship Divine Services" A. M. I e: 'Q' H: I

6:45 p. .-Training Union School 9:45 A.- .M.CLASSIFIED. :; "' : i

8:00 p. m.-T-Evenlng Worship '61 GALAX1E TOWN VICTORIA. The true Cash In on our f' -
ADS
WEDNESDAY: of the low field, withThu'nderbirdfnjpired .. '
.luxury l car -price low ;
8:00 p. m.Prayer Meeting. PAY BIG DIVIDENDS l" TRADE OR.:-1'._ '' ,.1 elegance and comfort.* new Gafaxle,; < ,40 ..'

---- i .A trend-setter if there ever was onel prices nowl -..
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I Are:. ,regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market '. I; 'I : i '61 FORD FAIUANE. Beautifully! built to Gives ana saves "

which fs owned and operated by more than 120 \:! s take care of itself, goes, up to 30.000 the most for ,
mites between lube jobs 4.COO miles e
Florida Cattlemen. I between oil changes. Truck Size brakes adjust the least! I Il
themselves-automatically. : .
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at,this'Market.We make an,effort at all times to givean < :". :, / ':

outstanding service to buyer and seller.. Give usA ; HURRY. *" 0' '- '!\,
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: '61 FALCON TUDOt. A Folcon with standordf.transmission '
.SALES'EVERY'MNDAy"AT 1 p. m.. ; averaged 32.6 in {,
\. -C- i mpg .
'\'t: f\ ; f{: "s' t.196U: Mobilgos Economy .Run-highe.st 6-passenger sedanl.
EVENT'.1! : 'mileage by a 6or 8-cyttnder; car an. .,.; I
gas .
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Market tL.I 11ft.25-year history. wo..d rw s Wggftle(# ; 'J "I Ii
Glades Livestock J :
y ( f F.DJCF. 1. moil de irered ekes I
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Phon WY 6-3028 George Young- Manager .. ". '
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".'"' Pace Bcht'' .The Everglades New. Canal,Pek.'J'Iori4a Frt ay April 21, 1961
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'!,'Junior Cattlemen Pahokee Bills To ProgramlsSetJFor Attend Classroom Local Lions Plan

Become Law Soon Teachers Meeting

P : Name A New Sec' WMU Meet In Miami For L4djes.Night '
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: .. : y Local bills introduced in the ,'M 's. Alma Burr, first grate., .
legislature and hoping for early I "
tl. teacher of Canal Point School,
: The Junior Cattlemen's,Associa- passage are Pahokee: "hot The sixty-seventh annual,sessionof Mrs. Mae Laflin, :Mrs. Catherine I I The Canal Point Lions Club met
Giving pursuit"
f- f. tion met Thursday April 13th atU Woman's Missionary Union, Cunningham and Mrs.Tommie Lee.: .
the Canal Point Community Center auxiliary to the Florida Baptist president I
.;1 powers.Establishing Civil Service System Dubose teachers of Pahokee I I .'
with a; very interet1ng'proI Convention;will meet at'the River- School attended the classroom
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for Pahokee. I 1 I business in the absence of president -
s;.' '' gram. Meeting was called to order I Authorizing Pahokee City Coui- side Baptist Church, Miami April Teachers Association meeting Sat P. A. Slonaker. Plans were
; +' at 7:30 by'President.Warren Reps 25 and 26, according to Miss Josephine I
in Lake
the Worth
... cil to establish a city pension fund. urday morning made for the next meeting when ;
' per. Jones, executive secretary. Junior High School.Vacation !I i
Authorizing Pahokee municipal .the ladies will be guests. I II
McCall! Mrs. J. H. Lockhart, will
/ After old business Teddy Tampa Gib-
judge to issue search warrants. O. H. Sheppard and James
(: was elected,new secretary for the preside over the meeting. 'I *
------:- son are in charge'of the food.; A .
.. remainder of the year: Foreign missionaries appearingon Bible good program ,has been planned I
-"1 Following the business meeting Season the program are Miss Helen I
Grinding for this meeting and it will begin ,
P'T.. Masters, Miami, to Nigeria
W. Sparks, Assistant Extension missionary' promptly at 7:30 o'clock Monday !
School June 12-16
-. Robert :M. Parham, Jr., I
I : Dairyman, gave a most In- i I night. ,
For Cane Is EndedThe Gainesville, to Nigeria, |I
teresting talk on selecting, fitting missionary J. G. Weeks, chairman of the /.
t : and showing of dairy cattle. and Edward L. Oliver, Louisville, I I
: Commission On Education met nominating committee, along with !
.: Meeting adjourned at,9:30 with Kentucky, missionary to Japan.
U. S. Sugar Corporation Monday Night at the Canal Point J. W. Repper and H. G. Boyntonmet
: Other out-of-state speakers include -
Noma Norm
refreshments served by j
completed another successful Methodist Church with Mrs. A. R. and will report a slate of of-
year
a n, Vocational Agricultural Miss Alma Hunt, Binning,
Harrington chairman. Plans I ficers to the club soon.
of, cane growing and grinding last as
t 'teacher of Pahokee and Eli':McCall, ham, executive secretary. Woman's .. .
mill at were made for Vacation -
' Friday when the huge Daily
of Kilgore Seed Company in Pa- Missionary Union, Southern
r- Clewiston ground out the last car- Bible School to be held June 12 Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Boo and
Edna
Baptist Convention, Miss'
hokee.
.'J. load of cane for the 1960-61 season. department thru 16th., with Mrs. B. T. Vor-I daughter Pam were weekend visit-
.c Frances Dawkins, Richmond, -
." '. Now, comes the task of cleaning hees Superintendent and Mrs. W. ors in Sarasota. While there they
, of missionary personnel
g EMORY ALUMNI MEETING and reconditioning the massive Southern E. Blackwell assistant. Plans were were the house guests of her sister I
Foreign Mission Board,
".. \ Emory University alumni in the machinery to put it in readiness: to Baptist Convention Miss Eugenia also,discussed for the coming year Mrs. R. E. Currin and Mr.
.r West Palm Beach area and par- operate,again this fall when tbs which will begin in June. .I Currin.H..H '
Price Chicago speaker and: author -
, ents of Emory students have-been starts. ,
new season
\ and Wendell Belew, Atlanta
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invited to attend a dinner observing .4\ Home Mission Board, Southern .. 4++4 I I : t t t I I I I.H"H-H"H'' I i I I 1 H I H-t I I i H I I II_M-I
r the university/s; 124th year. Mr. and Mrs. Inman Weeks hadas I I '
Baptist Convention. '
:. The party is set at 7 p. m. Tues- their recent house,guests their I I Dr. J. Ollie Edmunds president THEATRES
day, April 25, at Creighton's International sonand daughter-in-law, Mr. and ,
, I of Stetson University, and president -
f children I
Restaurant in Riviera Mrs. Murray Weeks and I
of the Florida Baptist Convention -
;, Beach of Lake Harbor. I(I will address the session on PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN

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I Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road2 '
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The convention will open at two
KirtfYiryMftwr/sfl&w -
o'clock on Tuesday afternoon -. -
. ANNOUNCING April 25, and final adjournmentwill -' BIG FEATURES!

come after the evening session SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY SUNDAY -1\IOl'"UA-TUESD\Y

ROYAL PALM MANORMEDALLION Wednesday_evening.II -:. APRIL- t. 5

HOMES Canal Claims. One APRIL 23-24-25 '. "The Lost 'World"

2 AND 3 BEDROOMS 1 AND 2 BATHS "HERCULESUNCHAINED"

From $10,5OO I I Accident MICHAEL RENNIE, AND
S In Auto Starring JILL ST. JOHN

LOW DOWN PAYMENTS NO CLOSING COSTS -ALSO-
STEVE REEVES
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED
Miss Ruth L. Padgett of Okee- As Hercules '"The Snow Queen"
. chobee, who lived in Canal Point

Blanton & Unwin, Inc. I while working at the Tiny Diner, .:.1 I J.1 I : J I J J J J I : J : J J r I "I I I I : I I : r I r I ; I ... : t I : I I J : :++. t

Office Phone 7143 Res. Phones 7712 & 7366 I I was killed Tuesday night when
the car she was driving plunged
PAHOKEE FLORIDA into canal Belle Glade,She + : : : : : : : : : I : II 1'1 : : : I : : f : : : I : : }H+H- :
.. a near
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& II I was accompanied by, Miss Elinor
Brackin of Pahokee and 'Jack G. \
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Smithwick, truck'driver of New
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Bern, N. C. They received slight
\ injuries. BUILDINGA

Police investigation showed the

victim was driving the 1959 Chevrolet -
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about 55 mph in a 35 mph speed

zone. The preliminary report states
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New Home
she was eastbound on Airport

Road, went across N. Main Street
and plunged into a roadside ca- ,
,t dj nal on the other side.

.: -' -.' This ad is directed to folks who find it -

o 7da S )/ 0ji I Pahokee Clubbers

In Business Meet hard to raise enough money to build

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: I Pahokee Garden Club met Tuesday | that dream home. Here; at Everglades

l -f I Morning at the home of H. J.
Ri.e 11 I I Anderson on Bacom Point Road Federal we can help you. It will be profitable ,\

, ', ooca. I with Mrs. Frank Friend presiding
-' ( over i the short business session. for you to drop by and discuss this

I The new slate of officers for the

year 1961 and 1962 are: Mrs. Frank : matter with Friendly Everglades Federal -

I Friend, re-elected president. Vice .
president ,Mrs. Ed Jensen; Corre- Off icials.
sponding secretary, Mrs. Lloyd ,

Hundley; Recording Secretary,
I Mr Annette McCurdy and treas- another
Don't put off for day the
HOME urer, Mrs. L. L. Shirley. }
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: .' GARAGE .. at The the next Canal meeting Point will CommunityHall be held ; plan for building your home-come in ,.

0( J RETAINING- ,WALLS s. May 16th 12:30, with Sod
M Busters and the Canal Point Gard. : : and let us show you,how it can be done.

.. GARDEN WALLS ,' ; '.'" en Clubs. -

.. TERRACES .: Following the business meetingthe i | You'll find that at this Friendly Federal ..
members enjoyed a garden "

4 .' PATIOS tour of the lovely grounds surrounding -: : you can secure the amount of money
the Anderson Home.

WJierever you wish .. concrete masonry blocks pro- The hostesses assisting :Mrs. j | necessary to take care of your building
,vide extra beauty convenience, ease. of building Anderson were: Mrs. L. W. Armstrong -

"_ economy; of upkeep. For quality block precision Mrs. Dan Carpenter :Mrs. needs. !

,';. ". ,made on Stearns equipment] see us today. W. A. Keene and Mrs.- Norman, : :

Kennedy.; .. < -

,- Hit We'll be looking for you! <. I

FOR..... .' BUILDING ECONOMY USE CONCRETE MASONRY Tampa Tourists "
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All Time High
1i, H"IijiH-i i t I''H'l 1*

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TAMPA Tampa's' tourist ,trade *

hit an all-time record mark In

March with over 260,000 visitors.. jj.y Everglades Federal :
pouring Into_the area by air. highway
ran and bus.

Tampa International-AirpOrt reported SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION .

l an all-time Mgh.. of 60,967
SAVEfOS$ IMB5B3D X7P TO "l-o.oeo BY nBHRAX. 8AVSI OS
k; PAEOE, FLA., BSJJB GLADE,'JI'IA. Inbound passengers during the, AIR> WAN INSUBAHCr COBPORATIOWS. I
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... month. Beth Atlantic CoastLine r
< :. )PSON16,- nil FHONEW76-SM0. aad Seaboard Air Use :railroads a ::W. ATX. -r -.z.z GLABSM MOMS WT fr4!.T *

M.r$; ,-, .-.. ". .. reported teboiSKl trai&8 were filled .
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