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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: May 5, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079910:00072
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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May 5,1961CIRCULATING PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN I II II



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY ,

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j .' JAMES L. TYSON, JR., WILL BE I Standard Modern Station Building In Foot Ball Clinic Is' j';!





; : NEW JUDGE OF MAGISTRATE'SCOURT Town Canal PointStandard Scheduled .For Sept. 8 ; !


Oil Company this week

T IN THE EVERGLADESAttorney started construction of a new and .. I!
It modern two station
bay filling on PATIENTS Believing that results of a foot I !

f' __ _ .. the, property they recently purchased FROM PAHOKEE HOSPITALMrs. ball clinic far outstrip 'the costs, i
I 1Officers 1 1Up' immediately South of the Marie Funderburk, Paho- the Pahokee Lions club members ;f

James L. Tyson, Jr., I Will Take p bridge in Canal Point on US441. kee;" Master James Eberly, Paho- nave started a move to again holdthe !
I of Pahokee will be appointed judgeof kee Miss Carla Gilliam, Belle
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New PTA Duties i'I regular clinics before the season j I
the new Magistrate's Court of Hawkins and Mouw of Delray!
Glade; Mrs. Alice Bewhirst, -f.i- starts. Cooperating will be Pahokee ; I II
,I Western Palm Beach County if Mrs. Janet-Pate, President of." Beach, Florida, are the contractorsand hokee; Mrs. Clara Moore, Pahokee; Lions, Belle Glade Lions, j j I
Governor Bryant follows the request on Tuesday they started driv-
Mrs. Dorothy Ogle, Pahokes;
the County Council Parent Teacher i I I South Bay Lions and Canal Point ( I
of all the practicing attorneys ing the concrete'piling on which
Association will act as the in-' Master John Gore, Pahokee; Mrs.: Lions. \ I
J in this section known as I the new structure will be erected. Elizabeth Brown, Pahokee Mrs.
stallingofficer at the Pahokee ; I The first clinic is scheduled for j! I
the Glades.'This week all the The piling are being driven more
practicing Francis Mills Pahokee Joe
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I PTA :Meeting :Monday. PresidentW. ; I Lair Field in Pahokee on Sept. 8.
f attorneys signed a request than 20 feet into what was once i
O. :Moss will preside. The program Thompson, Pahokee; Mrs. Mary I The annual affair will rotate ne- !
f and it has been forwarded to the the shore of Okeechobee to '
Lake Smith Lake Harbor Mrs. Jackie
, i will be presented by Mrs. tween Pahokee and Belle Glade as I '
I I governor. I Doris Lane and her home economics i find a secure footing.Vhen' Martin and Baby, Canal Point; : it did when it was in operation before I
The new court is being created \ completed the station : I
new Miss Alice Hurt, Pahokee M. J.
class with a fashion show, mod: ; Much good emanated from
by the present session of the legislature will be a handsome addition to the: Zane' )
.I eled by the home economics girls.PahokeeElection I Sapp, Pahokee; Miss Hannah the past clinics and all Lions are v
and will be opened in the !I Town of Canal Point which is already Lance, Pahokee; and Cecil Harris,. anxious that they pay off, again.To .
: Glades Office Building July 1, beginning, to feel the resultsof Pahokee. the uninitated the clinics are

1961, according to County Commissioner l the oncoming sugar boom in this --- invaluable to player and spectator '
Paul :Rardin, who said immediate area of western Palm '.
: alike. Officials will explain all new
.' yesterday that present plans call Beach county. Office 'Going Up At
I Renames CouncilIn rules and coaches will explain old
for housing the new court in that The new station replaces a group
I Md' new plays, making it an educational -
t building.. of old dilapidated buildings which .
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i Bryant Mill Site evening for all who ,at-
t The new law calls for appointment were removed by the former owner
the annual city election heldin tend.
of the judge to preside until I who sold the property to Standard
Pahokee on Tuesday of this If you are interested in foot ball
the first Tuesday after the first Oil. The cost of the new station '
week three faces were returned to.I. Construction is well underway as a spectator or as a parent of a .
Monday in January, 1963, when an has been placed at $30,000.00 Thelot
,the city council. Billy McKinstry, orf the new CBS office building for prospective'fool ball star, then
official election. will be.held to I on which the ,station is beingFbuilt"and .
I. the U. S. '
Sugar Corporation atthe Inwhatthe .
George Tucker and-Hugo Boe.were Xpu'U be interested .Jmembers'
court-The tie lot noun
name a judge of the position immediately
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site of the
I all three-reelected.; v. : new Bryant sugarmill.The of the Lions clubs are
as created by the legislature 1- across the alley were bought by : foundation is in the to' do .
The results were: Group I floor poured trying in conducting the'
: pays $5,000 annually. Standard Oil for $23,000.00 several '
F' George H. Tucker, 345;' ,Ralph I and construction of concrete clinics.
Mr. Tyson was graduated from Grimes, 289. Group 2- Hugo Boe, months. ago.Funeral. -- o. block walls is progressing nicely. ;

Mississippi State University with '380; Owen Todd, 252., Group 3 Much other work is underway ;
i a BS degree in 1941. Not too long School Patrol Off
j i William E. (Billy) McKinstry, 516; Services I by workmen for the su'gar com
after his graduation he became associated
1 Jack Hunt, 109. 1 pany. A new railroad spur is being
:' with Uncle Sam and served The straw 'vote on the proposed i built to service the new mill area. ToWashingtonnC. N

of 42 months in service included.with a tour I' ordinance to place city employes, Mrs. J. K. RoyetonFuneral I Thousands of new creosoted cross I Ij j
European duty
under a civil service system lost ties have been unloaded and are

C Following his separation from by 478 votes against it, and only ready for construction of the spur. On Wednesday of this week, 457
the service he continued his studies services for Mrs. J. K.
162 favoring it.Mayor Much rock has been hauled by school children of Palm Beaca- 11
I at the University ot Mississippi Royeton, who died Thursday morning
Duncan Padgett, and sugar company employees and county headed for our nation's
where he attained his law degree in Fort Pierce after a long ill-
p
I Councilmen Joe Thompson and i placed on.the road leading from capital. This is an annual event for
in 1948. Following graduation he ness, will be held at the Canal
1 t C. R. Wetherington were not up the mill site to US,441 near the members of the School Patrol, and :
.' went to West Palm Beach where Point Baptist church at two :
for: reelection this year. Shirley Brothers Concrete plant In has grown each year for the past i
t 1 he practiced law for five years before -----+- ..- o'clock' Saturday afternoon with Pahokee. several years.
to Pahokee in 1953. the Rev. Charles D. Stewart
moving pastor
I Farrel-Birmingham officials are Ed Elssey, principal of the I
Here be has been associated with I Band Contest Be in of the services
To charge assisted
busy round the clock making final Greenacres School, heads the t
Frank Friend in vegetable' grow- I by Rev. Adrian Rogers plans for start .of actual"construc- group of teachers who will supervise I

ing.Mr. In Miami 11-13 I Burial will be at ,Port Mayaca tion of the huge mill.XG.WeeksToJIead. the trip for, these youngsters I
Tyson is married and lives May cemetery. She was 81 years old. --- .. .. and has planned very carefulllY the 1 I

with his wife and three children in -.... Mrs. Royeton was a long-time entire trip, down to each detail.

Pahokee. Forty members of the Pahokee resident of Canal Point and has a This is Mr. Eissey's fifth year leading
I High School Band accompanied by wide circle, of friends who will regret I I the tour.

;' School Board Men their director Robert O. Lampi and: I to learn of her passing. She Canal l Point LionsThe rhe children and teachers mtt .

I I':: ;; : 3 senior room mothers as chape.1 was a member of the Canal Point at the FEC depot at 12 noon Wed ,

: rones, Mrs. Robert O. Lamp, Mrs.I Baptist church where she was a nesday, and boarded a special

.- a ... Off To Convention T. L. Sellers and Mrs. Billy Sheffield -! regular attendant until illness" incapacitated Canal Point Lions Club met charter train, which will run I
have reservations at the Mc! her. At the time of her straight thru to Washington. :
Monday night with 'J. G. Weeks,
1- Allister Hotel in }Miami for May 11, ] death she was living in Fort Pierce The trip js educaitonal, as It-will
.' "' Palm Beach county will be rep 12, and 13, to attend the South with a daughter, Mrs. Charles vice president, presiding over :the give these school children their

resented by three School Board I I Florida Band Contest... It will de. Curtner. business in the absence of the I first sight of the Capital, and they

members at the National School! held in Miami and 3600' band ,students Surviving besides Mrs. Curtnerare president P. A. Slonaker.Mr. will be,keptbusy at all times visiting
are expected to : Another daughter, Mrs. Weeks chairman of the '
Board Convention, being held in I I paticipatein i nominating the-.many historical. sights of .
P the concerts, solos, ensembles,I Joseph Mazzferro of North Miami committee presented the I Washington. ,
Philadelphia May 4th" thru May I I sight readings and marching con:. Shores; two sons, J. J. Geiger of new slate of officers, they are: The group will return Sunday

6th.This 'I tests. Clewiston and W. L. Geiger of President, J. G. Weeks; First Vice afternoon. '. (

convention is held annuallyin 1 Concerts are to be held Friday Lake Worth. There are two brothers President, H., H. Sears; Second .. \:

the last spring,. sponsored by 1 I at 8 a. m., solos and ensembles following -, surviving: A. L. Pope and W. 'Vice President D. L. Hooks; Third ART EXHIBIT

the National School Boards ,Association -I and at 7:30 p. m. sight- P. Pope of Canal Point; four sISters Vice President J. M. Gibson; Secretary The Omicron Chapter of the:

with headquarters in Chi- readings marching and" inspec- : Mrs. Eva Lowery, Mrs. J. H. A. W. Jones; Treasurer O. Sigma ,Eta Society of Fine Arts

cago. Thousands of board 'members tions after which 25 bands will assemble Blair and Mrs. H. L. Sears, all of H. Sheppard; Lion Tamer J. W. is sponsoring a, Spring Art Exhibit .

from every state in the union on the inarching field for Canal Point and Mrs. W. B. Elamof Repper; and Tail Twister, Me!1 in' the Community Hall in

will be present and will discuss mass band programs.. Glenwood, Ga. PauL Directors for one year; Bill Canal,Point Sunday May 7th, 3.:)
and consider school problems from Six outstanding music pupils, to J.. to. Gallick and Gaulden Harrington.! p. m. Mrs. Marjorie Hatton is

national, state and local view participate in the solos are: Piano, HERE 1.414.'V. McCLELLAND'S Directors for two years, H. G. Chairman of the committee in

f points.. Wayne Hundley, Alice Hurt and ADDRESS IN CHICAGO ,HOSP. Boynton and Floyd Erickson.The i charge of the arrangements of tile

Thurmond W. Knight of Lake Becky Grimes; Flute David Beeda; club voted to, go" along with I exhibit' and Mrs. Luther Jones

Park, Chariman of Palm Beach Snare Drums, Lamar Williams; Mr. and Mrs. L. V. McClelland Pahokee, Belle Glade. and ,South: chairman Of refreshments.

county SchobliBoard, will head the and ,student' condact&g SsadraLampi. of Canal Point are in a Chicago Bay Clubs on the Football Clinic' .,4

group, accompanied by his wife. hospital where they are undergoing Project. clinic is to be held Pin Albert -Fremd recently received

Frances. Vice Chairman Harold Woodwind quintet:.Palsy.Keen-, treatment and medical check- on or around the first of September. word .tt m.hiS SOD Harry that fie

Turner of Boca Raton plans to go. clarinet;''David Beede, ate; Sandra ups. Their address is as follows: .Admission'will be 75c for adults is now addressed as Lieut. Commander -

I Milton Carpenter, board member,I. Lamp, oboe; Martha Sellers, Room 406 Edgewater Hospital; and 25c for children. Proceeds' to Harry L. Fremd and isserving I t

I of Belle Glade, will attend and be French Horn,$ad"Pam. Boe bas. 5700 North Aahlaad Avenue Chi "help finance the Glades Footballbanquet. in the U. S. Navy son the

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t THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF I SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your ,. SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you VACATION TIME is just around

name label shows you to be m have one get in touch with this the corner. Before you take off,
THE EVERGLADES NEWS arrear on payment. Send along newspaper and Insert 'a $1 classi- I I how about dropping a check for
I that $2.00 payment now and we ified ad. It will get results. All ads ,I $2.00 in the mail for your subscription -
I Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without Will continue to send you this great payable in advance. The Everglades'I I to Tie Everglades News, Canal
Interruption Every Week for More'Than 30 Years palladium of the family fireside. News, Canal Point Fla. Point, Fla.PLUMBING' .

i I Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday The Everglades News, Canal Point; SAMPLE COPIES of last week's I I "

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Fla. edition of The Everglades News!,I SERVICE! If you f
need a plumber just step to the
APARTMENTS are 'needed by were mailed in Canal Point and
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office I phone and call H. W. Scrape in I
many folks coming into this area new subscriptions will be welcomed '
I I' In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter Pahokee at Phone 7547. Septic
to earn a living. Do you have one this week. Just $2.00 for a year
tank cleaning, field tile work. We t
I for rent? Tell them and the world will informed
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher keep you of happe.1ings sell water heaters, pipe fittings
through a $1 classified ad in these in this area.
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i and do all kinds of work.H. .
I I repair
, columns. Send along a descriptionof
Millions Paid For'Phone the apartment and a. $1 bill andwe'll KOlt SALE: New and used Willys .. W. Scrape, Pahokee phone
Resolution Jeeps..1' Walter Ashley's Garage 7547.: :M26pd.
do the rest. The Everglades
Excise Taxes in Belle Glade Phone 3058.
News, Canal Point, Fla.
-- I Oct. 17Mch.' I WHEN SHOPPING in West Paw
Southern Bell customers in Florida A RESOLUTION OF THE PAHO- FOR RENT: Two bedroom, living Beach visit the new Mary Carter
paid an average of $17.50 eachin KEE LIONS CLUB ENDORS-1 j room, bath, screen porch, dining REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I Paint Store on the Dixie Highway I
federal excise taxes on telephone .N ING THE FOUR-LANING 'O} I 1 room and kitchen combined. .Furn Business lot. Located at 148 I 12 blocks S. of Southern Boulevard.
service In 1960. The total excise U.S.'HIGHWAY THROUGH ished. Phone 74d7. Itp Bacom Point Road. Has 2'-stoJY,I I We have a $2 sample can of our I
tax bill for Southern' Bell's. customers THE CITY'OF PAHOKEE II wwwwww3iRS. concrete block, 2-apartment building wonderful liquid Glass Enamel for

in the state was.$14.3: million WHEREAS, one of the major .,Sl\IYLY ILL ,in rear. This business propertyat each Canal Point visitor who men
according to' Bob Lee, Telephone problems of the,City of Pahokee I Mrs. C. J. Smyly of 4742: Lawn- $15,000 won't last long. Terms tions this advertisement. 4212 S.
Company manager here. is the lack of improved thoroughfares view Street, Jacksonville 5, Flor- arranged. Dixie, West Palm Beach. Ctc
The 10 per cent tax is levied,on designed to permit the orderly ida, is a surgical patient in a local
I both local and long distance tele-; and unimpeded flow of traffic hospital in that city. Mrs. Smyleyis Business corner lot and building MAN OR WOMAN to service and
phone service. Excise taxes are through the City, and a former resident of Canal Point, with apartments in rear. Locatedin j collect from cigarette, ice, and
also placed by the federal govern- WHEREAS, the improvement of having lived here several years colored town. Good income prop I j other coin operated dispencers in
r ment on luxury items, such as existing thoroughfares and the development past when her husband: the Rev.C. erty. I IFour' this area, this is a very good position

jewelry, liquor and furs, but telephone of new ones would serve : J. Smyley was the pastor of the I I that can be worked full or part
service is the only household to promote the .continued growth I i Canal Point Baptist Church. Any- frame apartment.. build time. Person we select must have'
utility that is so taxed, Mr. l ee and'development of the City of Pa I i one wishing to send cards may ings.DAN I good serviceable car and 10 or
I CARPENTER, Realtor more spare hours a week and
said.The hokee, andWHEREAS reach her at this address.
excise tax on telephone service the Mayor and the 7153 or 7156 Pahokee I $500.00 to $2500.00 cash capital.
was enacted as a war-time City Council of the City of Pahokee Write giving name address and I
Mr. and Mrs. M.'P. Stanley We1'9busin' FOR SALE : AKC registered
phone no and all details to P. O.
emergency measure to raise revenue have taken steps to bring to the
:s visitors in Jacksonville Pekingese Puppies.: Phone Pa-I' Box 601 r
Arkadelphia Arkansas.
and to cut down nonmilitary { ,
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I J i I several days,,last week. hokee 7125 after 5p. m. Itp I 1.1 1.1I
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of facilities.
use telephone
of the State of Florida the I I ,
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"It was supposed to 'be a temporary present deplorable condition of U.I.

t. measure," Mr. Lee said, S. Highway 441 through the Cityof ,
i'I "but it is still in effect." Pahokee and to request its ,

Removal of the tax. would di-! widening and improvement, and I J FORD DEALERS,
IV I ., rectly. benefit all telephone custo-I WHEREAS the Pahokee Lions 1 \
mers, he said. "The tax is added 1 Club is, has 'been, and will con .
I': to our customers' bills each month tinue to be in favor of Improvements
and the telephone company merely which will contribute to the OPERATION

collects the tax and passes it continued growth and progress of
along to the federal government," the City of Pahokee,

he explained.The tax on. local telephone service RESOLVED NOW, THEREFORE as follows: BE tT I . . . . .

was scheduled to expire last 1. That the Pahokee Lions Club

June 30, but ,Congress extended it commend the Mayor and the I *
until June 30, 1961. The ,tax on- City Council of the City of l BIG SAVE! :

long distance, as well as local service Pahokee upon, and offer to

t telephone, is users discriminatory and both should against oe forts them to its bring support about in, their the im-ef- . . . . .

abolished
Mr. Lee said. provement of U. S. Highway

4I 441 Pahokee.into and' through the Cityof We're celebrating sales success! Prices slashed across : '

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t Conference Day 2. That through the this Pahokee resolution Lions, go Club on, the board on all Fords, Falcons-Sedans and Wagons. 'I'

1 For Co. PTA GroupsA record as requesting that the r : ,

Highway Commission the '61 GALAXIE TOWN VICTORIA. The true .
New Officer's Conference Day State "Of Florida proceed, at .... luxury car of the low-price field, with _
will be conducted Palm: the earliest possible date;with Thunderbtrd-inspired; elegance and comfort. 1 .
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by the four-laning and | or other .y..:.<.::.<<:: s': t. ,," A trend-setter if there ever was onel! 44' ..< f
Beach County Council of l Parent- ':_ 1
improvement of U.
Teacher Associations, Tuesday, necessary
May'8, with registration from:8:30 Highway 441' through 'the -.... -. ::. Cash In on our ttI '.;.S':
until 9 A. M., according'to'"Mrs* W.: City of Pahokee'along whatever ... new low Galaxle \ !
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rotite I
engineering surveys
-B.'Pate, president.The t prices nowl. '. ..
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meeting will beli 1d in cost analyses, and other

:Building 1141-S: at the old Palm valid considerations shall, -
Beach Air Force Baseahd will>be prove to be most-feasible. '61 FORD FAIRLANE. Beautifully built to .
,. for all newly elected'local' unit-of; 3. That a. copy' of this resolutionbe take core of itself goes up to 30,000 .
ficers and County Council. chair furnished the City Council \ .. miles between lube jobs 4,000 miles .
man.,Classes Jn each'office will'.>e of the City of Pahokee, the between oil: changes. Truck Size brakes adjust .s'
conducted, by County 'tCduacll officers Honorable Paul !Rardin, ChaIr- ....u+ }., s rhemielves- *'+motwolly.!I r\ .

and: they will Abe fbf 14' man of the Board of'Commissioners :.i"i..v.a : '
Gives S, .
of Palm Beach Countythe ;
hours Adjournment atrt..p 1i1. -.,, ,
Mrs. Am! George, stu4Jf6tu fi Honorable John R. Phillips -' : the most'for ," .

Chairman will speak' oa'' Po4ldios Chairman't>f the:Florida the; least! ,;? j !
State Commisskln .
and Practices; Mrs. Johzc Treasurer, will explain, :the Rind Tallahassee Fla., and",to Mr.: ;j. v'- '\
HertferOHifc'MftIlclty W. D. Carlton Division Engineer i.
Raising Policy: ; '61 '
FALCON TUDOR A F lcon with standard
State and Public RQk 1lUtr.- .'
: transmission averaged'32.6 mpg in. F '
pn&n for'the Flofde?O&t.ree9yt I ,Ft. Lauderdale' Florida the 1961 Mobfton Economy Run-highest J'
'!>> tents,'and'Teabher3lW ad ... S. gas mileage by a 6- or ytinder car !in .
HoW'to WlmFrlendd aag IIItJ.I! d Read.in full passed 1md adopted I the Run's 25-year iMstory ,_ ,
at-a,regular, ,of the Paho t
meeting
People; and Mrs WIIliieI: "; I America's .
chairmah wliain kee.,.Lions-' Club' ,this 11th day of

the County Council :SeiralsaMpScholarship April. {1961. lowest-priced ,-i-', J'f:
Billy R. Mosley I 6-passenger sedan. !11" r:f"! .
program. J [ .
.President Pahokee -'- OM a cootportto* of Aonv/bcforM* T. :
Those'!attneding:6hobld,In :a MQgestH retail del;,.," picas t t4
,. Lions Club. F.D.A?. :
sandwich luqcb'Bad* the,'GoHndU t a Ji
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ATTEST: :
\ will furnish"' Jt"a11d-ceaRrt. Al \ ,; ttNMY. CAM LrttKTEITTIWt 6KLY' : fPAHOKEE
,li' R. J.. Schroder, Hi Mi III rIPECIAt.LtW NHCESFM A : -
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Jleamm.VMt"th 1rTdatie6! ffieand S.- A..Nail,;retunted/Tuesday'tow ;: f"",. ;, ._ ., ...., ', .. :.r: .
,fuBfllHtherfoiflfce, to .* rk-in,St.-Petersburg aft*< .. '
:bfcrw-beets to : .1'4. PASeKKS.FIX5RH : .' .
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Page' Four Tbe. eigIad..Newi Canal Point,.Florida ._ "Frld&Y' :May 5. 1961
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., FLORIDA fac -Annual Vegetable Crops Field Day!l Junior And Senior i 1


.' EVERGLADES EXPERIMENT STATION PromSetTonight

BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA, i
i FLORIDA PHOSPHATE HELIJS ZANY ,
THURSDAY MAY 11, 1961 -
\ NATIONS FEED THEIR PEOPLE! The Pahokee High School Jun- :
ior.:Senior Prom and Banquet will
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EVERYBODY IS A NEIGHBOR Staff I be held tonight at the school cafe
Research ParticipatingDr.
IN TODAY'S SMALLER AND ; teria and in the gymnasium with
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FOURTH OF RORIDA'S; -- Victor L. Guzman. Associate Horticulturist Junior class: as hosts. Catherine
', chairman and Robert Boe
Young
ANNUAL ', Mr. Emil A. Wolf Associate Horticulturist/
PRODUCTION y Dr. Howard W. Burdine, Assistant Soils Chemist co-chairman assisted faculty sponsors -

OF PHOSPHATE l r .- r Dr. Charles C. Hortenstine, Assistant Soils Chemist Robert Hoffman Mrs. Francis -
ROCK GOES : Toules W. D. Howard and Rob-
Dr. Joseph R. Orsenigo, Assistant HorticulturistDr.
TO FOREIGN ', ; ert Woofter.
COUNTRIES Paul L. Thayer Assistant Plant PathologistDr. "Sayonara" is the theme selected .

r TO BEUSED Cornells Whelburg Assistant Plant Pathologist for the prom which means goodbye ,

Je ; ASPLANT ,Mr.: William G. Genung, Associate EntomologistDr. in Japanese, and this theme is
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FOOD. ; '
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77', f :. T- PROGRAM The banquet will start at 7:30 p. \

m. and last until 9 'p. m., followed '
Mr. John H. Causey Palm Beach County Assistant by the prom which will close at \

y E< Agricultural Agent, Presiding 1:00 a. m. Those wishing to attend

r + 9:00: A. M. Assembly and Registration-Mayo Pavilion the theatre party which will begin \ ,
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at 1:30 at the Prince Theatre will
9:15 A. M. Welcome Charge and Introductions by W. T. Forsee. Jr., Chemistin be chaperoned by the Junior Classroom r

r mothers and fathers.

9:20 A. M .Presentation of research reports on subjects including: I A breakfast snack in the Fellowship t

J 1. Vegetable variety testing. Hall at the First Metho- f

+ 2. Spacing with vegetable crop plants dist Church will follow the movie.
This breakfast ends the parental
3. Quick tissue testing for vegetable crops. Ii
Japan. ... Chaperoning, all other activitiessuch
4. A hormone for, inhibiting rapid deterioration of some
IS THE BIGGEST IMPORTER OF FLORIDA PHOSPHATE vegetable crops after harvest. ... as Saturday's Beach Parties ;
DEPENDING HEAVILY ON are each parent's responsibility. I
ROCK.OTHER COUNTRIES
5.
Direct seeded vs. transplanted celery. -
THIS VITAL PRODUCT INCLUDE MANY LATIN- ,
11 AMERICAN NATIONS WEST GERMANY, CANADA, 6. Progress varieties.in development of new sweet corn and celery Driver Errors Are

AUSTRIA, THE NETHERlANDS, UNITED KINGDOMPERSONAL
AND fl I Vi: ). 7. Nutrition of vegetable crops. Cause Of MishapsTALLAHASSEE 't
8. Chemical weed control in vegetable crops.
9. Resistance to streptomycin of certain vegetable disease It's driver
bacteria. errors and not faulty autos that

10 Bacterial leaf blights of sweet corn. cause highway death and injury.

11. Control of insects attacking table legumes cole crops, The Florida Highway Patrol
I NEWS NOTES J
squash crucifers, sweet corn and celery. I says your chances in traffic,of making compared a
All of these discussions will be short reports with periods driving error
allowed for questions and answers. I with a mechanical defect causingyou
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to have an accident is about
and Mrs. Raulerson accompanied Mrs. W. G. Lowe accompaniedby
Mr. Ray 11:40 A. M. Highlights of Vegetable Crops Research in Florida, by J. 9-to-l.
by their two grandspns. Mrs. Mary Bailey'of Okeechobse R. Beckenbach Florida
Director Agricultural Experi- Ninety per cent of all wrecks In
Barney and Bru.ce Cherry, were were weekend visitors in Plant ment Stations. Florida last year were caused ,bya
recent visitors in Tampa where City, enroute home they visited
12:15 M. Lunch will be driver violation, including drink-
of Wales. P. served on the grounds.
celebration Lake
they attended the friends in

her uncle. Ed Gainey's 80th. birthday Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Shirley were I 1:3C P. M. Tour of experimental demonstration plots. ing.Out of over 124 thousand traffic
'anniversary. Among the items available for observation at this time
your .
six cent at-
h the recent weekend house guests of will be: crashes only per were
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Morgan wentto their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. tributed to vehicle,defects.
Gainesville over' the weekend and Mrs. Richard Thierry and son 1. Celery seeding demonstration. I As expected, 83 per cent of all

: ,and were the guests of their daughter of,Daytona Beach. I 2. Sweet, corn leaf blight, resistance evaluation nursery. I autos involved were' passenger

Miss Susanne Morgan, who is .-; 3. Chemical. weed control screening trials. v cars. iI
attending the University.Mr. Cadet Freddie Hickerson of Admiral .s' 4.. Celery, fungicide trials.. I
1 Farragut Academy in St. "'5. Treatments against Helminthosporium! leaf blight in I Everglades Popcorn
and Mrs. Thomas Highnite Petersburg is the weekend guest sweet corn.

of Bacom,Point Road are now at of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred .4 6. Control of insects attacking snap beans, Southern peas .1 Research Promising 4

home in their newly purchased. Hickerson in Pahokee. summer squash cruciferous crops and sweet corn. I )
home on Cypress ,Ave. 'Inbred resistance to insect dam-
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Mrs. J. R. Faulk of Belle Glade age may ,be in the offing for popcorn J
Gaulden Harrington accompaniedby and Mrs. A. R. ,Chastain were Flood Control To strains under test at the Ever-

his sister, Mrs. A. H. Scruggs weekend guests in Thomasville, glades Experiment Station east of
spent the weekend in Morven. Ga., Ga. ,and attended the ThomasvilleRose Consider, Budget I Belle Glade. :

visiting sisters and other relatives. Show there on Friday.Mr. Victor E. Green Jr., associate
Enroute up they were the overnight -I The Central and Southern Floe agronomist, and Emmett D. Harris -
and Mrs. Will Nason of West
guests Friday of her ida Flood Control District's Gov- ,- Jr., assistant entomologist, report -
law and daughter Mr. and son-ln-I Palm Beach were the Sunday erning Board will ;hold a, public Mr. and Mrs. C. E. 'Martin (Nee that results so far, while inconclusive -
guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Calvin Padgett and grandson Jim-: hearing on its tentative $9,824,800 Jackie Collier) a daughter Tamara suggest that several \&\- \
Earl Maxson and was accompaniedhome 1
my. Sunday they attended the I budget for 1961-1962 on Saturday Lee Martin, born April 25 in bred parents may be of value In
Home-Coming at Mt. Zion Methodist -. by their small son, Nat who May 6, at 9:00 a., m. at its head- Everglades Memorial Hospital. contributing resistance to ear-

Church and The Old Camp was the weekend guest. of his quarters 901 Evernia Street West I Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Earl Clark worms and stored grain insects to \

Ground. grandparents.Sandra Palm Beach. of 61 Pinafore Lane Levittown, N. hybrids.The '

Lamp a member of the This: was announced today by J., announce the birth of a daughter popcorn experiments Involved -
Jim Sink Holsom Bakery Distributor senior class of Pahokee High FCD Board Chairman Riley S. April 30. Mrs. Clarke was; 19 commercial and experi-

of Belle Glade held the School accompanied by her parents Miles, of Kissimmee who said the before her marriage. Miss Martha mental hybrids grown on orgaic
lucky ticket which won the T. V. hearing would be part of the agen- soils in southern Florida.
visited the University of Mi- Scruggs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.S. .
.set given away Saturday Night at ami Saturday where she auditionedand da of the Board's regular monthly .S. Scruggs, Sr., of Runyon. Yields averaged from 3,900 to
the
Canal Point Cancer Fund Bar- was awarded a four year schol- meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Normandof 5,655; pounds per acre shelled corn
beque held at the Elks Club. 0 arship of music at University.. Other items expected to come Belle Glade (Nee Martha Gall I at 15.5 percent moisture. All varieties -

Mr. and Mrs. C.'W. Ammoris.nad ,before the Board Miles said include Ammons) announce the birth of a weighed more than 66
Mr. and Mrs O. H. Sheppardand discussion of the progr"lm'for pounds per bushel. Volume tests
as their Wednesday luncheon; guest daughter born May 1st, in Belle.
her sister, Mrs. Noel Dyer of West their ,daughter Hazel were the Upper St. Johns River Ba- Glade Memorial Hospital. indicated that all varieties would
PalmBeach.. weekend visitors in Tallahasseeand sin south of State ,Road 60, confirmation -" expand above 37 volumes per
were the house guests of ,their .of approval of accept.*! I measure of raw grain. Two varieties -
:Mrs. Noel Dyer of'West' Palm son-in-law and daughter Mr. and ance of requirements of local coo. Boca Interchange popped above 43 volumes the

Beach accompanied her sister, Mrs. Danny DeLeon. both are students operation for the West Palm Beach Nearing CompeltionTAMPA i I highest ever tested at Belle Glade

Mrs. C. W. Ammons to Lakeland at F.... S. U. Canal and status of the survey- !I and the highest figure published
.. Sunday and were the guests of review report for South Dade I John M. Hammer, to the researchers knowledge.A .
MrsEvelyn Cox of West Palm '
Their mother, Mrs. E. M. Osborne.Mr. Beach was the Sunday guest of her County. I' chairman of the Florida State I 1 complete report on the characteristics -
Turnpike Authority, said today
performance and qual-
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and Mrs. R. J. Maxson were' father, Albert Fremd.
I : PATIENTS IN THE HOSPITAL that the new Boca Raton interchange ity of the 19 popcorn varieties test-
the overnight guests Friday of ner Mr. and Ms. J. W. Repper wentto Joshua heaver, Pahokee; Curtis is quickly nearing comple-, ed "in 1960 is given in Everglades
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and
,
Titusville last Sunday to attend Yeomans, Canal Point; James Station Mimeo Report 61-12, available -
Mrs. R. J. in Lake Worth.: tion.Hammer
Scoggins
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the Lions District Zone Meetiag Blair, Canal Point; Mrs. Ouida said construction on the from the Florida Exepriment

Mrs. Willie Dukes of Barstow,' and Dinner. He is the Deputy 'District Crampton, West Palm Beach; Mrs. $313,276 project started In Octo- Stations.
'j.C 1if., arrived 'here Saturday, for: Governor of Zone 35D. Louise Devane Canal Point; Mrs. ber, 1960 'and is expected to .:e .
.a visit 0 with her son-in-law and Gerald Kimble, Pahokee; Mrs. completed by June 1. GEORGIANS VISIT
T daughter Mr and Mrs P. E. Han Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Connally and ,Owen Rogers Pahokee; Mrs. Henry An opening-day ceremony is being Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Bland and
I ,- 'and children in Bryant. Mrs. Dukes' his mother Mra C. W.Connally of I Hart Belle Glade; S. F. Lowery arranged, Hammer said. daughter Jeanie of Hineaville Ga.,

: planned to make the trip several Coral Gables were the weekend I Pelican Lake; Infant, Eleby Miller The chairman of Florida's turn were the recent house guests of his

weeks earlier but due to illness he guests of his brother-in-law and I Jr., Pahokee; Mrs. Bertha Gid- pike said the new interchange will\! brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
was delayed.Mr. I 1''I sister, Mr and Mrs..J. S. Chastain. i dens Pahokee;' Lester Holmes ?A- give North Broward County and Mrs. W. J. Adams. Rev. Bland is

I' Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr.111 I hokee; Miss Jeanette Bust1 Pa- South Palm Beach County motorists the pastor of the First Baptist !
and Mrs. H. J. Anderson had l I daughter Terri: returned home hokee; and Mrs Evelyn. Sasser, a new access to the Parkway. I Church in Hinesville. i
their weekend house Mr.]II .
guests,
as
Monday from a visit with her parents Belle Glade. Parkway revenues are expected
and Mrs. George Peterson of Winter TO
'- ,.Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kelley Jr. 1o: increase accordingly Hammer OFF PANAMA CITY .
Parks and Mr. and.Mrs. Martin in Ft Pierce. CIRCLE MEETINGlone added. Robert O. Lampi, Band director
Marks of Miami. Mrs. Anderson Patterson Circle of the Canal I' The modern interchange being I of ''Pahokee High School sire sec-
i entertained .with a card party Satvrday Mrs. 'Nola Smith is convalescing Point Baptist Church Mission constructed by Dickerson, Inc, of retary and treasurer of Florida

t evening, honoring her hus- at the home,of her son-in-law and ary Society meets Monday at 3 p. Stuart, Florida is 32 miles northof I State Band Association left Tuesday .
fcand's birthday anniversary other daughter Mr. and' Mrs. LeoT Maxwell m. at the home of Mrs. J. S. Chas- the southern terminus of the; for Panama City to attend the

:: .. guests invited were Mr. and after,being-confined for'several taia 2300 East Main Street In Pa- Parkway at Miami. I North Florida Band Contest cn

1- .' -. ,., Mrs. Arch Blake! Mrs.. Helen. ,weeks in the Everglades Memorial hokee, Mrs. J, I., McCall. -ha _It will be connected to the Boca } }May 4. 5 and 6th. He plans to return
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Grass May Be Lush a piiit basket. Mining Town Turns
This was the largest berry he

But Fail To Supply has grown during the 15 years, of Up Interesting Bones

Cattle Requirement working with Florida "90" strawberries -

.". or any other variety for BREWSTER-Joe Lamed of
that matter.
GAINESVILLE-A Universityof Bradley, amateur naturalist, un-
Long known locally as "the
Florida dairy specialist warns covered areal treasure while dig-
i strawberry'man, Lane was born
that pastures vary as ,to the I!j I in Hillsborough County exactly 18 ging in a Brewster phosphate pit.
of nutrients will :
amount
they pro- miles from his Pasco County home. He uncovered a complete. claw. of I

vide.T.. I He has truck-farmed all his adult the long extinct Megatherium, or I,
W. Sparks, with the Agricultural -
t life and since moving to this com- ground sloth.Museum j
Extension Service, cautions
munity some 20 years ago, has officials at the University I
tlairymen that lush spring or sum- ,
shared his gardening know-how:
I of Florida and Florida State I
can be either thedairyman's
mer pasture
with "Florida Crackers" and newcomers believe that Larned's find will pro- I
best friend of
or
one
to the ,state alike. vide much available informationin
I the trickiest profit stealers, depending -
on how the dairyman man- piecing together History of
creatures! that probably roamed
ages his cows and their grain ra- ,
Air Mail EnvelopesFor the sands of Florida during the

tion.While I ice-age.
rY Cyb0 lush pasture may uhI:
Air Mail Service"Air While fragments of such claws
milk production temporarily, it
have been found in 'the past, thisis
does not provide the necessary.nutrients -j
to keep the cows in good !; mail envelopes should neverbe' the,..first time a complete claw, in

,': :. -w-- "J #Ni M L.i 'WhN; ,;?>Mf production. used unless the sender desires a good state of preservation has

Right now Is a good time tq bay sweet corn while Florida's. crop Sparks says well-fertilized pastj j i air mail service., While the, use :fair I II ever The been claw found.measures 12 inches 0 i:

is art its height There is no simpler dish to fix than steaming ure grasses may be high as 28 to I mail envelopes for first-class long and six and one-half inches i
30 percent in protein in April and I; surface mail is fortunate not
cora-cn-the-cob with batter and salt and no dish that has greater wide wide which scientists say would Indicate (
to and then decline to 4 to 7 percent in spread, usage is frequent enough
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appeal young oW alike. --- V i that the animal when alive i
July and August.Nonfertilized I to merit attention."
So
special
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weighed around eight tons. Larned's i
pastures also vary ; 'Canal Point Postmaster
says
, 'Scientist Believes Folk Singers In widely in the amount of nutrientsat I: Edythe Smith. the creature's find also jaw included and teeth.part Teeth of i I

TVibriosis Cause Of Festival May 5 6 7 different stages and seasons.''. The colorful red and blue bordered measured two and one-half inches I
However, researchers have envelopes are restricted to mail
fOWld'l wide and five inches long. Size of I
that the precent of intended for air.
Cattle InfertilityGAINESVILLE I transportation by
the creature is estimated at 40 to I
WHITE SPRINGS-Folk sing- non-fertilized: pasture grasses is ; It this restriction is not observed, 50 feet long and weight between i
I
Vibriosis is ers from several states will repeat considerably lower than in fertilized there is potential trouble and em- 15,000 and 20,000 pounds. I
their songs of long ago in the ninth pastures. barrassment for '
considered to be a everyone concern I
now generally I The ground sloth was a sluggish
annual Florid Folk Festival to be Sparks adds that not ed. Air mail
only are envelopes which do
of infertility in cattle, j
animal
its
i major cause brain weight was only
held at the Stephen Foster Memorial there less nutrients in non-ferti- i not bear sufficient postage (7c per
\ according' to a University of a few ounces and this species apparently :
1. Florida scientist.Dr. here May 5, 6, 7. They will lized pasture grasses, but they are ounce up to 8 ounces) are handledas lived only in central !

F. H. White, assistant bac- join hundreds of folk dancers, tale less digestible when they are ma- airmail, and postage due is collected Florida. (

with the Agricultural tellers, craftsmen and others who I ture. from the addressee. In the .... I
teriologist I
Experiment Stations, 'says damage will be seen and heard during the process, the post offices involvedare Mrs. C. B. Jones accompanied !

due to this bacterial disease I seven programs' scheduled on the Here's A Strawberry compelled to give the item Inquetlon her sons, Alton and Charles his I
banks of the Suwannee River.
is limited primarily to fetal tissues special and expensive ..at- wife and sons for a weekend on Ft. I
and does not affect the general Sponsoring the colorful three- Story That's A Dilly tention. This person to whom the Myers Beach. I

, health.of the adult animal. day event are the Florida Folk envelope is delivered is certainty

He adds that bulls may carry the Festival Association, the Florida ZEPHYRHILLS Arthur Lane not pleased when he is requested to i

organisms without any signs of Federation of Music Clubs and the has been growing bumper cropsof pay for special service that neitherhe : : I I I I I I : I 1 : 1 1 : : : : : : I I I Il ;

damage to''the animal. Vibriosis is Stephen Foster Memorial Commis- strawberries at his farm off nor the ,sender had in mind. i io

spread in a herd by means of the I sion.Folks Fort King' Road for 15 years but _,-
breeding process. It may also be I : songs of many lands are I recently he hit the jackpot and i

spread by means of artificial insemination '.' heard during the festival, ;which is I i staged a private festival when be Mrs. F., M. Templer and Miss

if the bull from which staged on a shady outdoor stage picked a berry measuring !% I} Kay Seckinger of Perrine were 0.u LIT4$4 _

the semen is collected is infected. overlooking the Suwannee River.I inches across, weighing 2% ounces I|I Sunday guests of Mr. and :tdrs.i \

Dr. White warns that it is very groups Singers, with appear accompaniment singly and by in and virtually covered the bottom of i!i Paul Rardin. I I I I I I I I I :+I ,: I : : : : :- : : I I It :i

important for breeding assocIations -
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zither, autoharp, ,ukulele, banjo,
jj/ to know the status of their .
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FLORIDA WOMEN
PLAN
I on to diagnose Vibriosis in a herd.

l Progress is being made in the HOME DEMONSTRATION II|
WEEK APRIL SO-MAY 7
'tes for
development of a curate

the detection pf this infection..
TALLAHASSEE Home demonstration
Florida is cooperating with other I
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members throughout
Southern experiment stations in an .. ,
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,Florida are planning special activities .-'
effort to better understand vibri- .,
to focus public attention cn ? j. /
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National Home Demonstration ; .i""" :
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Miss Anna Mae 1 Sikes, state \ .
Vibriosis depend largely on .man-
home demonstration agent, says
agement practices. "It is hoped
local clubs and county councils of r
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home demonstration;' members will .._ I :
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sponsor open houses, feature exhibits ,' 6
and abortions, he adds, "since "
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proper diagnosis is of utmost importance I '.. .
in these cases." special programs on television and I ..., :.' i.t> "
radio to reach new homemakers. '
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Field Service Locale areas.She says, the purposes 'I :r .

tional Home Demonstration Weekare
._ to understanding Sure,'she's a grand old flag!
BROOKSVILLE Weeki Wa- develop a better .

chee, Florida West 'Coast: tourist among the general public of That's why we salute" her. j.t

attraction, ,was the meeting place the home: economics research and That's why we pledge allegiance to her. .. '

extension educational program
on April 22 of Florida high, school conducted by the'U. S. Department That pledge, in its simplest terms; '

students and members of the of Agriculture state land-grant Is another way of saying, "Count me '

American Field Service chapters colleges; to inform more people ,of in. You're my country and I love you e 3: V-

j 'which are planning to have stu-| the unique contribution of the total and need you. Your problems are '#' .

dents from overseas in their school extension service to economic and my problems; and I'm with you :% > -
next fall. I all the way"Yourcountry
social development in this country;

The meeting was to help Central to alert state and county officials 's biggest single, ;.;

Florida schools get a good start on and other community leaders of'. problem is"the perpetual responsibility '. '

the AFS program. the adjustments being made in the for keeping the,peace its people fn3

I Florida has 14 students from home demonstration program to want, You can help with this bye t

other countries in 12 high schools meetthe needs of modern-day liv- problem by remembering this: .

and is looking forward to more to provide 'for of .X V.
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Peace cost Money for '
than that number next money.
doubling 'further
and the
participation
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military strength.
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fall according to Mrs. William
home demonstration leaders in
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Schuffman of Tampa, Florida AFS I Florida. Money for science and education.. t
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And money saved by individuals
representative.Great ; The state agent points out that
interest is springing up by you---;to help keep the economy
membership in home demonstration
t all over the state in this international -I ttrong. Bonds orovide this money. Mi'
clubs is, of inter- '
composed women
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scholarship program since ested in informal homemaking edu- --*jr Mutla H.MUUe-Jin/

students live as a member of a cation. The activities of the home ; ;,

family while attending school, thus demonstration club are designed Help Strengthen America's Peace Power

building international friendships. primarily to help develop leader- ; '

.- ship and stimulate homemakersto
greater achievements in the Bonds .
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arrived in Canal Point last
Ca.. nel through which research findings -i

Friday with her sister, Mrs. Eva related to the home and family -

Lowery and is her house guest. may reach families. I i NOW ,PAYING 3%%' INTERESTF i I, r

Mrs. Lowery spent the past month .* Miss ,Sikes reports that about ".
relatives in and The U .Qa.rnmens d ei not pay lor tAW dr-m line The TretIIUIY "tmrut aka", f" t' .
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I 'Key to the Scriptures" by Mary in every one of our 40,000 chur- .
: Boer Eddy these lines: will be ches. Through our mission stations 10

read (p. 259): "The Christlike understanding we must answer ,the urgent

of scientific being and need of food, medicine, leadership.
., divine healing includes a perfect and educaiton." ,

r.-- Principle and idea,-perfect God Bishop James, W. Henley of :

and perfect mans the basis cf I Jacksonville, in a separate letterto
thought and demonstration." I the 235,000 members of 550 :
The Golden Text comes from churches in the Florida Methodist : -
:. Psalm 138: "The Lord will perfect I Conference noted that this is.the
that which' concerneth me: thy largest single offering the church '

, mercy, O, Lord, endureth: for ever" has ever undertaken. :
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:' lua ;.UU a! YUu J4" a -... "Christian missionaries have :
ES First;Methodist The Church Of God Christian Science I Ii been at, work in Africa for long i
Pahokee MethodistMoney years," he said. "What they have -y;
Church Point
PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy Group Of Canal been able to accomplish is one of t' '

T.-C. O'Steen Canal-Point Road [' Man's perfect, spiritual relationship i For Mission Work the most thrilling stories. of mis
sionary achievement but pres-
to God will be emphasized at I
SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor .-.
,: ent events make it clear that we
8:45 a. m.-church School 10OO a. m.-Sunday School Christian Science services this I'
must gird ourselves for new and
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service Sunday. J LAKELAND Florida Methodists -
6:45 p. m. MYF 7:45 p: Evangelistic Service Opening selections from the Bible:- have been asked to take' a larger ministries to this"troubled I,
7:45 'p. .-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. in the Lesson-Sermon on the subject -I special offering Sunday, May 7, to but promising continent.
"No
TUESDAY. ; 8:00 m Thursday-W. M. B. "Adam and Fallen Man" will aid the church's missionary pro- Bishop Henley added that
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;: 7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir prac Everyone welcome. Special music include these passages from the gram in Africa.Methodists emergency that has been brought. .
to the attention of the Church hasbeen
:. ticeWEDNESDAY and singing.The first chapter of Genesis: "And I I across the country 1
f : God said, Let us make man in our I have set a goal of $2,500,000 for more serious or more worthy ,
7:45 m.-Mid-week devotions : :[ their combined' in I of sacrificial response."
p. image, after our likeness: o offerings response .... .
Methodist Church
i, 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac God created man in his own image, I to an appeal by the Council -
f tice.Canal Canal Point, FloridaRobert I in the image of God created he of Bishops. :Mr.and Mrs. Charles Moran hadas

'"- him; male' and female created he "When things are at their worst,I their Tuesday luncheon guests,
Point First A. Shelley, Pastor them. '. And" God saw every the Church must be-at its best," her daughter Mrs. Adaline: Stuck-
r.- SUNDAY: thing that he had made, and, behold the bishops said in an episcopal ey, and her two daughters-in-law,
"N Baptist ChurchElder 10:00 a. m.-church School it was very good." letter. "To this end we are calling: Mrs. Duncan Padgett and Mrs..
.11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship l From "Science and Health with I for a special offering for Africa John Padgett of West Palm Beach.

f R. E.Barfield 6:30 p. .Youth Fellowship I _
7:30 m.-Evening Worship ,
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h- 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 3:15 p. .-Youth Choir practice j

, 7:00 p.,,m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY: I.
r 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st 1

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Service 7:30 p.m.-Esther Class mp.etingl I '

2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: WEDNESDAY: Phone 511 Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade ,
7:30 p. .-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting I 1


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Of The, Nazarene: M. Wendell Hainlin, Vicar ,>' : .. ,f'. l .

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Charles F. Crauswell:Pastor 11 a. .-Worship Service ''-. ,$ ,.; -- "'. r !
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6:30 p. m.-Juniors.
7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening Father Francis Fennech, Pastor I :' : ::: ; J

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WEDNESDAY: Confessions before Mass.
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11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Mrs. H. C. Clark of Pelican Lake F :.r.
returned home Tuesday from St.
6:45: p. m.-Training Union r
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Marys Hospital ,in West Pawn "
.' she patient .with a flam.less. ,
WEDNESDAY: Beach, where was a "quick recovery"water '
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8:00 p. m.-Prayer'Meeting. since Saturday. ,

heater; and modern, electric range. '
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rrrrrprrrrrrrrrgBMonday ,

:-'0 On the farm and in home you'll
.1.i your enjoy an Electric Water '.

Cattle Sales Heater. SO SAFE!-for precious 'peace of mind. No constant- t'

0 3 burning pilot light., SO CONVENIENT!-installs anywhere .

.needs no flue or vent. SO. QUICK! a super-fast "Quick- 1 ',.

Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market 3 Recovery" model is the answer to a lot of hot water required. ; ,

J which is owned and operated by more than 120 in a hurry. f."' I,.:

;, Florida Cattlemen. Team it up'with*an,Electric Range. SO COOL!-kitchen stays .. : ;I

I You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here I up to 16 degrees cooler. SO' CLEAN, !" -no flame walls and 'Zf'

... at this Market.We make an effort at all times to give rI curtains stay cleaner, longer. .

an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us Nearly a million modern Florida. families have already switched 1 l* ;
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trial. to the flameless ele .''.
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l.i., Page Eight The Everglades News,,Canal Point. Florida'r FrIday May 5, 1961
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t,::.>- 22 Pet. Vegetables I I I I Chester Honored H.{By Mullis Company r


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-chester H. Mullis, agency rep
.- Florida, provides 85 per cent of I resentative for Life Insurance

the nation's winter and spring Demand Company of Georgia in the Canal '
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t for snap beans, 61 per cent I l Point area, was honored here today /
,c., of lima beans, 82 percent of sweet!| while attending his company's
- corn, 94 per cent of eggplant:!: 1961 President's Club Caribbean

E per cent of escarole and endive, 73 i cruise convention. o
t,, per cent of green peppers, 75 percent Recognition was accorded Mr.
: of radishes, 99 per cent of the I Mullis during a special awards

\ ..':' tangerines and 65 per cent of wat ceremony, part of a business session -
r ermelons. I being held by Life of Georgia I

r' The Sunshine State grows nearly I in ,the Governor's Hall of the Brit-
p.! 1. a fourth of the'world's oranges ish Colonial Hotel. To the strains ,
',V' and and two-thirds of
f v- tangerines of stirring march music Mr. MJI-!
(' =-: the. world's' grape fruit., Florida '
',: lis was escorted to the rostrum by I
:\ 'produces some two thirds of the company officials. Vice Presidentfor ,

'j .... oranges and three-fourths of the Field Operations Rankin M. I IE
t-- grapefruit in the U. S. Smith cited Mr. Mullis,for his out You Too Can Save Easily .
Of all the vegetables sent, from ,"
I standing record of having sold
Florida, more than 22, cent
per more than a quarter million dollars E Here at the Friendly'Everglades Federal it is easy for you to save and do it regularly. We'll
to the York
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goes area. [ of life insurance during"1960, 3 work with you in assisting in every manner possible see that your savings account grows iJ

and presented him with a gold steadily. iJ

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l:, .. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1 field representatives and their 3 If you contemplate a new home please be sure and talk it over with- the Friendly Everglades iJ

'l' IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY wives, who are attending the con Federal Savings And Loan Association.Everglades -
y JUDGE IN AND FOR PALM BEACH vention from Life ,of Georgia's 11- tI I
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NANCY ELLEN HATFIELD.f 'Federal Savings- & Loan
Deceased. 1959. He lives in Pahokee with I. ,
TO ALL CREDITORS LEGATEES, his wife, who is also attending. the i I 5
: DISTRIBUTEES AND PERSONS HAVING -
t. ANY CLAIMS OR DEMANDS convention.IT 'I ASSOCIATION iJ
.t AGAINST SAID ESTATE: I INSURED UP'TO $10.000 BY FEDERAL, SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE ASSOCIATION
SAVINGS
You and each of you are hereby WAS A GREAT SUCCESSI I I E 3' .
notified that you are required by Law 40 S. W. AVE "B" BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA PHONE WY 6-20C7
to present any claims' and demands wish to thank every one.who I 3 .
r which you. or either of you. may have I I was so kind to help on-the Canal I 1 BEEEBEEBEEBEEEEBEEEEiFinal
against the estate of Nancy Ellen Hat- m
" field to the County Judge of Palm Point Cancer Fund Barbeuce held
, Beach County. Florida at his office Saturday: Night at t)1.h. Pahokee -
; In the court house of said County at I -----" ------ ---
West Palm Beach. Florida ulthln eight Elks Club. Without their help it 520. And from 5 through 9, 815.
Pedestrians Are
i- calendar months from the time of the wouldn't have been the success *t l PTA Meeting 269 The most frequent cause of pedestrian -
-first publication of this notice. Each '
claim or demand shall be in writing was. Thanks. Killed During 1960TALLAHASS injury was crossing a
,, in duplicate and shall state the place i Mrs. G. H. (Duke) Tucker street or highway where ,there was
of residence and post office address of i Of Year At C. Point
the claimant and shall be sworn to by, Chairman of Canal Point I -Two hundred no intersection, a total of 1,499. \'
the claimant his agent or his attorenyand I Cancer Fund. -
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any such claim or demand not so sixty-nine: pedestrains were killed:
filed shall be void. I HOME FROM CHICAGO
.. GLEN O. HATFIELD I FFA BANQUET ON MAY 19, Canal Point Parent-Teacher' Association .and 3,567 injured! in traffic last Mrs. M. C. Carter returned home
As administrator of the Estate of t held its last meeting J J[
The annual FFA of Pa the Florida Highway Patrol
Nancy Ellen Hatfleld. deceased. banquet % year Thursday after spending the past
Thadrf Whidden hokee high school will be held at the 1960-1961 year Monday nigntin I I said today. month,with her sons-in-law and I
Attorney for Administrator I
Publish: April 28. May 5. 12 19, 1961 the Elks club room on May 19. the school cafeteria. The meeting Almost one third of the injured daughters; Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
was opened by the Flag ceremony -I I pedestrians were 'children ages Doering in Akron, Ohio and ChiefM.

I and W E. Blackwell gave 1 through nine years. In the age M. Eugene McCall and family
'>3fflra/Sflfr8tityi\mi.vsviryS I ''rE"'" .,,'f t the devotional. I. bracket, (0-4 years to total W in Chicago Ill. !

The outgoing president Mrs. :

J. I. CASE PARTS i Joe Cherry session.presided Mrs. James over the Gibson business -I t


,_ (LOTS OF 'EM) gave$506.66.a treasury Recommendations report of a balanceof of YOUR NEW HOME DESERVES I

the Executive Board were approved -

SERVICE AND SALESMorganBoldt : I that the room count be takenat

the door and only paid members
oh+ +.'. : H"f+++4'4+ could participate in this voting. A

donation of $50.00 was voted to

Equip. Co. purchase new library shelves. Mrs..
Helen Henderson's second grade
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won the attendance award.A. k u V: .,.lti c 'Jon.
245 SE 2nd Ave. Delray Beach]
R. Harrington, program chairman
introduced the guest speaker, g-
Phone CR 64622ANNOUNCING
Mrs. W. B. Pate the District,PTA ;

President. She talked on Parent-
Teacher Association, how it 'functions

and some of the things it n
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accomplis es. She pointed out thatit tijVla i 6 6r
l
CJRTVnffKSnSRrMTwr I was responsible for promoting

I the growth and intelligence of the

I children by helping to give them
a fuller life. Mrs. Tate closed her
ROYAL PALM MANORMEDALLION I
talk by stressing need of the officers

,e HOMES I of this organization to work

2 AND S BEDROOMS 1 AND 2 BATHS with God's daily guidance. Mrs. ;==---.- 'N.
Tate installed the following offic-

From $10,500 ers for the 1961-1962 year: President g s
Mrs. W. E. McCall; 1st Vice
LOW DOWN PAYMENTS NO CLOSING COSTS President, Floyd Erickson; 2nd ---

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED Vice President Mrs. James Gibson;

Secretary, Mrs. Dick Miller; Treasurer -

Blanton & Unwin ,Inc.Office Mrs. G. L. Lanham and
Historian, Mrs. Billy Huddle. CONCRETE MASONRY
Phone 7143 Res. Phones 7712 & 7366
Mrs. Cherry presented corsagesto
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PAHOKEE, FLORIDA the newly installed? officers anda

'. box of handkerchiefs to Mr.I Because you'll,want the best the most beautiful .
I : Erickson. Mrs. Billy Huddle read the longest lasting construction materials in your new

the history of the Canal Point PTA home you'll naturally choose concrete'masonry construction "
,++-Ie. I 1 I 1 I : : I I t t : J I I I I I I I I I I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I for this year. It provides a home that is fire-safe, economical -

The new president Mrs. McCall, to keep up, will out-last almost any other material-and
THEATRESPRINCE gave praise for the good work done remain new-looking too! Build your home today! For

by Mrs. Cherry in the two years quality block precision made on Stearns. equipmentsee
she was'president and presentedher us today.
LAKE DRIVE-IN with a gift from the organization.

'' Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road Meeting was adjourned by CONCRETE BLOCK GIVES BUILDINGS A FUTURE .
/ Mrs. Cherry and refreshments were
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--. served by the members of the
7'2 BIG FEATURES -
faculty. .
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SUNDAY:310NDAy-TuEsDAY SUNDAY MONDAY-TUBSDA1 ....
MAY 789Nun's DINNER'ON GROUND \

,'. MAY 7-8.9 ,
The Story" The First, Missionary ',Baptist
"NORTH. TO Church of Canal Point observes the

'"' ALASKA" AUDREY: HEPBURN AND, first Sundayin the,Month of May
'. as aaaual Home Coming Day. Regular
DEAN iAGGS
JOHN WAYNE, STEWART .,Sunday program' will be car-

('GRANGER. ERNIE KOVACS "-ALSO- lied 'e t>wttfa Rev.. F Robbing as ,P A.JIOBBI.nA. BELLE: GLADE. FLA. .
,the gaeot preacher. & ket luaehea FHONEW7640iM
AND FABIAN "PriV te F80NK718*
will be.MM la OB tile Church:: 'lawn L' '' .!" t

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