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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: September 15, 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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oclc - 32615395
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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i Sept.ember15,1961 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL .POINT BY PAUL RARDI.tJ 1



I .. CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Veterans Ask 5760 Mrs. W..' F.'Bracewell Parkview Manor Is Ground Breaking For Glades

Dies In Tif ton, Ga.

Acres, Muck LeaseThe Given Okeh By FHA
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bracewell and

daughter, Carle and son Ronneyof Sugar House Is Set For Oct. 2
Glades agricultural boom got Pahokee returned home Wednes- "Parkview Manor", a subdivisionin {

\ a double-barrelled assist from the from Tifton, Georgia where Pahokee also known as.the. .
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Internal they attended the funeral Mondayof "Orange Grove", has been approved -
Fund Tuesday Commandments Are I The second multi-million dollar
his mother, Mrs. W. F. Brace- by the FHA in Coral Gables and
t Agreed to receive bids for the sugar mill is scheduled\ for grotLdbreaking
68. She died in hOSe Studied At ChurchRev.
well
Sunday a
lease of 5,760 acres of muck land the announcement was made by the ceremonies, on Monday
lying six miles southeast of Belle pital of a short illness. Hunt Real Estate in Pahokee. I afternoon, October 2, when state
They were called to Tifton the Charles D. Stewart is giving -
and national diginitaries and citizens -
Glade. The Pelican Bay Cooperative
Several homes have already been
week before her sudden illness,
by detailed of The Ten
a study
wants to lease this tract for vege- and cane growers of the coun-
sold and the purchasers are being
several later she to
table fanning and cattle raising. days appeared I Commandments o n Wednesday ty will be present at the site on
processed now by F. H. A. Actual
be her health and '
regaining they I nights taking one Commandment of Belle
Road northeast
Gave the ahead for construction Airport
go construction is expected to be under -
home. of last week
came Friday each week. This week he will discuss
I Glade for ,an interesting program.
of a railroad spur through way within three to four weeksit
went back to visit her
they over Commandment Exodus
The First -
J The announcement "came from
state prison lands to the 14 million! was learned today from thebuilder's -
the weekend. Her condition became 20 1 .and 2. Please
verses Wedgworth of Belle Glade
the George
dollar mill being built by
sugar agent, Hunt Real Estate.
worse and she died Sunday morn- bring your Bible to this study. The who is president of the cooperative.
Florida Sugar Cane Growers Co They also stated ,sales are moving
ing. public is invited to attend. these Growers
., Sugar Cane Cooperativeof
operative.The ** m mm- along at a rapid pace due to the '
'land to'be put up for lease by wide acceptance of the better qual- studies. The hour is 7:30 p. m. to Florida is the official name cf
the trustees 'is virgin muckland Funeral Services ity and easy terms of the models 8:15 p. m. Be on time as a film stripis the new sugar concern and the mill
t never before cultivated. offered. to be used as an aid in the studyof will be,known as the Glades Sugar:

'}, ,. The i Pelican Bay Co-Op, seeking There are 22 different models for each of The Ten Commandments House. It is located,one-half mile

.' a 10-year lease of the land is a Washington Hall the prospective Parkview- Manor ... north of Airport road near Belle
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x veterans organization formed residents to choose from, each with Glade and is reached by a new 1

; after World War n to aid veteransin its own appealing features. Careful i H. G. Davidson Dies county road recently: constructed .# \
Washington Hall, 95, died at the the cooperation'of the
entering the ,Glades farming in- planning by developers assures through t
dustry. Everglades Memorial Hospital the home owners that Parkview Cooperative officials and County I
I Monday, September 11, 8:15 a. m. AttackHenry Commissioner Paul Rardin. :
t\ The co-op quickly attracted 200 Manor will not have that "projectlook. Of Heart I
following a stroke on Saturday i
veterans, but interest dwindled ." All the orange trees possible The 5,000-ton capacity mill will
when it was unable to get sufficient 11:30 p. m. will be spared, as this is a unique employ more than 1,000 workers- i
,' farmland. Less than 20'yet- Mr. Hall had made his home in feature not to be found elsewherein Grady Davidson, 59, retired Wedgworth said. !
-' erans now belong. Bryant with his youngest son P. this area..Application dry cleaner of Pahokee, died The 53-member co-op was organized ;
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, Co-Op President Victor Mulberg, E. Hall / for' the past fourteen ? are still being of a heart attack Wednesday, in in July, 1960, by representatives I

f. a Belle Glade dentist, said the co.t months moving here from LaBelle. taken for these homes at Hunt Troy, Ala. while returning from of all vegetable growers and

op now has only 320 acres under He was born in Sumpter CountyFeb. Real Estate office in Pahokee. vacation. Mississippi.Mr. packing house organizations in !
lease from the state. 22, 1866., and married Miss Prices range from $12,400 ,upward. Davidson had been a resident in the Glades area. Robert D. Apel-

t...-if. H 5 The Sugar co-op plans groundbreaking Elizabeth :Davis in 1888', who;pre 'Down.paymentrC.are iram.4Q0.;"-.. Qt CanalJPeJnt, and,Pahokee: since grenf Pahokee is vice presidents. ... "1
ceeded him death 16 years '
.. for its new mill within jn ago. 19481;moving Yrom' B n Helinif of the riTinjeT 6peratnrer -.or- ."
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: three weeks. State Representative Mrs. Davidson operated a dry National and state agricultural .
;. 'Emmett Roberts told the IIF I t' 55 'years before coming to Bryant Sugar Mill RR Spur I cleaning: plant for the past 15 representatives congressional lead-
and charter member of the La-
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;- Board. !years in Canal Point and later in ers domestic and foreign sugar industry ,
Belle<< Church of God. He Worked .
i -. .Roberts asked for, and got, an Pahokee.. ,spokesmen and many hun.
.: easement through pasture lands atr as a grove man- and farmer until For Glades' Co-Op Survivors include his widow, dreds of prominent state and coun- !
his retirement. He avid
was
:. .f the_ Belle Glade prison farm for a an Mrs. Eunice Davidson, and one ty officials will participate in the
,:. ., one-mile spur connecting the mill portsman a great lover of outdoorife son Earl, both of Pahokee; four ceremonies which will be open to l'
r... with the Florida East Coast Rail and spent 'much of his time A suguem being constructedby brothers. Paul Davidson, Belle the public.
road. :lunling and fishing.Mr. Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative Glade; Olin Davidson, LaBelle; Completion of the plant is, expected 'i

The request was granted after Hall was endowed with a will get a 75-foot wide rightof Ernest Davidson, Clewiston; B. T" to be before December 1962. <
r Roberts promised adequate crossing keen_sense of'humor and an humble way across state-owned land l'1I Davidson, :Macon Ga.; and a sister when the first grinding season will f
and access to the pasture land. spirit even though he was almost I Fal.n Beach County for construction Mrs. Joe Wilson of LaBelle. begin. 1
t an invalid_for the. past two yearsit I of a railroad spur. Funeral. services for Mr. Davidson ...
was a pleasure to serve him. All Cabinet trustees of the Internal I
I were held Sunday afternoon at I
Two Garden Clubs of his children were, with him tt Improvement Fund agreed ,to give I,the Canal Point Methodist Church Pittsburgh PaintAt$3.5OAGallon

'the time of his death except one the tract totaling about nine acres, wth the Rev. Robert Shelley, Pastor -

I son and he wBs.on' ) his way here and said it may :so be used ry conducting.. I
To Meet On 20 from Also at his bedside
Sept. Tampa. other growers to tie into the spur. ] Pallbearers were Marvin Crady,
was his first grandchild, Mrs. Sop- Trustees also decided, Tuesdayto J. T. ,Miller Jack Bush. Phillip !I
hronie Tanner of Ft. Myers.He accept bids for lease of 5,760 Ed Edmondson, and El-
Maxson An unusual special is being offered -; !
I.. The Pahokee and Canal Point is survived by nine sons, acres of rich marshlands near '".. .
followedin
Internment
bert Collier.
ty Garden. Clubs,, ,will open the fall Coleman and John of LaBelle, Bill, Belle Glade, the Associated Press by Jimmie's Trading Post In' : !
the Ridge Lawn Cemetery in a''
t t season at a joint supper meeting]I Herbert and Arthur cf Clewistotv. reported from Tallahassee. Clewiston the Old Wroten Store Stand at the

\ 4 in' the Community Building at the I I Peter of Iramokalee, Ben of Tampa They agreed not to sell the land Out-of-town relatives here for railroad crossing near the Florida.:. :# .

Glades Park Wednesday evening, Cecil of Pahokee and Perry of because it would be worth far more Power and Light plant in Patiokee..: 1
: Sept. 20, with husbands to attend Bryant; one daughter, Mrs. Estelle in a few 'years than its currently the Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Burney The special as announced by? J. J.; ii

as guests, according to plans an-I Powers ot Ft. Myers, ,thirty' 'grand- appraised price of $100 per acres Wilson, B. P. Davidson and fam- Eason.owner, is Pittsburgh Paint: !;

';:" ,_ ,nounced at meeting of the execu-I-? : The Pelican Bay 'Cooperative,. a ily, and Mrs. Anne Wright ,at $3.,5Q.per gallon. ',

.:: ,.r ,. ." tive board of the Pahokee Garden : group of fanners, has applied -to con,, Ga.- ; Mrs.' Grady Wilson Ma-I 3 "We Ijavejover a hundred gallons -. :,
r .'.; : Club called, by the president, Mrs. :I great randchildren. lease the land for the next 10 years Family, and ;Jim Williams of_ I lift of :"a special. purchase," Mr':': '
-01'4" \ J tank' Friend, at her home. Mrs. Funeral services were held Wednesday for an average or $6 per acre per pa; MM.. J, A. Davidson and Mr. I sop said "We plan to let it goat ,I
Edward A. Jensen, chairman is Sept. 13, at 3 p. m., at the year. and Mrs. J. E. Davidson of Thom- I this extra special price", h 'con- ,

r I : making arrangements for' a special LaBelle Churchof God with Rev.F. son, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Davidn I cluded.Mr. i
program of Interest to all garden F. Bannon of Ft. Myers off iciat- a- ; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson and Eason operates an unusual '

ing. Interment followed in the fam- Family Mr. ,and Mrs. B. Wilson, store 'aljris Trading Post and has I'
ers.Mrs. Harlan Sears Is On
Don Hillier, Mrs. J. M. Elliott ily lot at Fort Denaud Cemetery, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson and Mr. and. a little b t.Q1 many things.t ,He has ,I

and Mrs. H. M. McIntosh.were LaBelle. Mrs. Bo. Davidson all of LaBelle; used adding; machines; refrigerators i
named on a committee to be in Pallbearers were chosen from the Athletic Council J. O. Davidson Jr. and,family, Mr. washing ma.chiIles.and used :
'- charge of the club's Christmas holiday members of.the LaBelle Church of I I and Mrs. Ernest Davidson, Mr. and furniture. He has many items brand '

' : decorative arrangements for God. Mrs. W. E. Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. new on the shelf and they carry.

public display. The schedule of programs The Canal Point Lions Club met I Kenneth Hall, Mr, and Mrs. .Johnnie attractive prices.
for the coming year was CHURCH PROGRESSES Monday evening with the club's,I I Davidson also Mr. and Mrs. tm j

completed and approved. Regular The Canal Point Baptist Church's president, J. G. Weeks presiding. I Sam Langford and family of Clew- HOME FROM GEORGIA I

meetings will be held at 10 a.m. the; new building is progressing nicely. During,the business,session Har, iston. Mr. and Mrs. John Penyonand Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Sn, of'Paho- I r
third Tuesday of each month during The carpenters have the roof: Ian Sears was appointed Lions! family of Miami; Hugh Taylor, kee returned home this weekend .

:' ''the year. sheeting in place ,In. readiness for.. Club representative on the Pahokee:Tchula, Mississippi and Mrs. Min- from _Griffin. Georgia: where she j
; The Canal Point Garden Club the roofing contractors to apply. the High School Athletic Council. Also nie Lanier of Statesboro Ga. had been the house guest for the '
will meet in their first meeting of I roof material.' the plans were completed for next past two,weeks of her mother. Mrs.
w # the new year at the home of Mrs. week's meeting at which time they VISITS IN VIRGINIA: W. J. Burks.
;- c. B. Stringari Thurs. Sept. 21, at Mr. and.Mrs. Calvin'Padgett and will honor the Canal Point Teachers Albert Fremd of Canal Point .. I'

3 p. m. with Mrs. James Miller as son Jimmy of Gainesville arrived and observe ladies night.A. left Saturday for a visit with; his! Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jaudon

;:' co-hostess. Mrs. A. E. Hendry of in.Pahokee,Sat. for a weeks visit .,Harrington introduced his BOB, Capt Harry: ,Fremd and familyin and daughters Jamie and Vera t
I Lake Placid will identify the names with their parents Mayor and Mrs. guests, his two daughters Janette Norfolk, Va. He plans to visit June of Wauchula were recent

or types of calladiuma and also give Duncan',Padgett,o vPahokee and and Nancy and his son Ross. The the 3Laseersin. Pittraan, Pa. and guests of his, brother-in.Iaw and "
a demonstration on palmetto frond Mr..asd Mrs.. A. H.'Scruggs of-Canal 'young ladies entertained then by relatives in,North Carolina before sister Mr..:;and Mrs. Wiley Tillia ,

.weaving:: .. .... .. Point. playing several piano select1e'i. s.i ., returning home.. of Pahokee.. : ;* '

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o. LAI E,OKEEOHOBEE REGION HOME QF SPARE RQOftS for rent? If you FOR SALE: New and used Willys SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your

have one, get in touch with this Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn name label shows you to be m f
THE EVEHGLADES NEWS newspaper and insert a $1 classified Belle Glade. Phone 3058. arrear on payment. Send along'J.J.
ad. It will get results. All ads Ootv 17-M-ch. that $2.00 payment now 'I
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without payable In advance.The Everglades will continue to send you this great ,;
Interruption: Every; Week for More Than 30 Years News Canal Point;, Fla. 1 APARTMENTS are needed by palladium of the family fireside. l
Established March II '1924 Published many folks coming into this area The Everglades News, Canal Point, .
Every Friday
SAMPLE COPIES of last week'sedition I to earn a living. Do you have one Fla. .v
Sgbeeription Price. $2.00 Year In Advance of The Everglades News for rent? Tell them and the world
were mailed in Canal Point and through a $1 classified ad in these VACATION TIKE is just around
Tae fivergladea News Entered at the Post Office
new subscriptions will be welcomed columns. Send along a descriptionof the corner. Before you take off,
In OanaiPok t;. Florida, as Second Class Matter the and $1 bill and .. tat
this week.,Just $2.00 for a year apartment a how about dropping;. a cfecfc
Paul $ardin Owner, Editor PublisherFLORIDA will''keep you informed of happenings we'll do the rest. The EvergladesNews $2.00 in the mail for your subscription -
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in this area. Canal Point, Fla. to The Everglades News, Canal ,
IIn I' Point, Fla.APARTMENT.
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IsNewJuvenile Glades area. for rent in Paho-.
Billings The new counselor was appont- .
-kee. furnished and
Three
T with tho rooms
ed Tuesday .y Murray,
bath. Pahokee Phone 7227. 2tc
Officer approval of County Judge Paul T.
Douglas. He had been screened and "

recommended by the Juvenile Court Sorority Meeting

Charles H. Billings, 2C::;, took over merit board last month. New YearThe

duties this week as Glades ... II.. Begins

'counselor for Juvenile Court of '
CARD .OF THANKS XI Beta Tau Sorority held
Palm Beach County, according to I their first meeting of the new year
Alton Murray, chief counselor. Our sincere gratitude and appreciation Thursday, Sept. 7 at 8 p. m. at the
t. ,y? His office will be located in the is extended to all whose expressions -j home of Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson. Mrs.

Glades Office Building. of sympathy mean't so I W. ,O. Moss, president;, presiding.
Billings replaces Gene Duncan much to us in the death of our hus- Mrs. Lois White presented the program
who last month was released for band and father, H. G. Davidson.For on "The Five Senses" he
military leave with the U.S. Ma- the beautiful floral offerings, was assisted by Mrs. Harold Wilkinson -
rine Corps. Billings is married, has cards and other kindnesses, we extend Mrs.. Milton Salvatore and
two children and is a native of our heart-felt thanks. Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson. ,I
I Ocala. He has been living in West 1 MRS H. G. DAVIDSON Refreshments of pie and coffee
I Palm Beach, but wll move to the I EARL AND FAMILY were served by the hostess.

FLORIDA USES t I --
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SOME TWO BILLION GALLONS OF WATER A, DAY, AND
TWENTY TIMES THIS MUCH MORE IS LOST AS IT DRAINS
INTO THE SEA. THE NEED FOR CONSERVATION BECOMES

INCREASINGLY URGENT AS THE STATE GROWS. Effective Sept. 1,1961 ',f. j
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1 843 Are Enrolled Methodist Women i i

1 1I In Circle Meetings

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.PriicIpa1 ,I The circles of the Womens So 996'BOOO ,
ciety Christian Service of the

Carl Crawford of the Pahokee Methodist Church will ; .
Belle Glade elementary,school'said \
'I I meet at the following places Mon-
I there are 843 students enrolled in 'day September 18. Mary and Martha -
f 4 that school and another; 100* are Circle, meets at '10a. m. with
J1 expected: before' the fall aamdater Yr R. J.'Simonsom Mable Simon-
I aon'Circle meets at 8:30'p. m. wth ADDS: UP TO PRO.GRES.Sl.1! I
t peaking the fjr; jL meeting.of :Mrs.' Thomas G. HigniteThe <
t!: JICrGJaae- 4..f POtkfcZ4RG1yam : Margie Lab Circle meets :
Crawford,,introduce!his ffco- -.t'; 3:00 p.- m.- with Mra Ml P;

: q including; nine, near.'tnemlieiit Holman.:The Gertrude Shirley:Ctrl .-, .' More numbers are needed to'provide .f i. J$ .
for a. total .of 29 plus'. .?llgisg .cle meets at 8:00,p.m.with Mrs. R. :. .:. ,. r- !
*ndr music teacher. 1!G state. **that ;F. Hurt.. Meriam Circle Meets at telephone service Florida's.growing; :., 4.-f;; .
$gak enrollment last yam; was :.8:@ p..m,,with,;Mrs. Leon Spooler, r. 't,'
onjy, 850. Mrs.,Ernest 'Maxwell Co-hote.3S. -i', ,. number of new homes,,businesses, :.5" ,:J 1
P srU4n Morris.. prtPrmaX of;. the and the Vena Mae Schroder Circle ." '
high school, reported that,in grad.es meets at 8:00.p"na. with Mrs, plants and factories and this new i _.

I 7: t1 \1gh.12.. eatolmeat') wa pRcQpctely 'T. Is Reeves.and..Mrs. Milton Sal- .J numJering'&ystem will permit.masy ..;t ..>i '.;
the.aesy:;JW'yam.. ,.vatora- co'.ho tess...,.. ,, ,. ''I J ; t'f .
i: -Vf, Crawford i* a.(P-.er J" \' : i ?{; more,number combinjtwna-m: 'i .t; 1
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, Grace J mtaM; l htm. '.!Mrs. WaUQO presided in the .atescnce ,' make this.change -.we are-sure; you,: --"'.'tdir4' 4.-J r.":; :
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n.t meeting with..a p=ayer. Mrs. GiHt .
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U. tb4&>program.04 ; and Mrs. Adaline Wroten were appointed :_ : ;: ; :.

" tf&tthful." AH 'membeijfcofcI ., .: piton on the nominating commit- ;;:,' -: .. -, .
; the program, .tWr and th$ new officers, for the : ':- ;\.; .._ .. 'Jl.
Mr* 'Cwycr,, an4r M.'a!,I B." year sheeted Were:. Mrs. Marvin : .! ; _-' t ; :" ,
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r Q.w.icera.for thflx'wj yfarrJJammon e : son. co-c&altnro?'and Mrs:, Adafine : : .

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i 1r. Alex'Johnson. secretary' Thompson W. M U ;
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L !II : PERSONAL NEWS NOTES II IIf Birthday Elliott HomeJoe I Met On Tuesday ; .Mrs.nine D. Rogers Annette members.served McCurdy October refreshmentsto and meeting Mrs.J. .


; Wheeler of Moultrie. Ga.. ac-' The Faye Taylor Circle met will be held with Mrs. Edward Cul-
companed by his mother Mrs. Tuesday at 8:00 p. m. in the Edu- berson.
j I Mr. and :Mrs. Pat Elliott of J I I West Palm Beach Sunday where Emma Wheeler of Lakeland left cational Building of the First Bap- .
t I Gainesville were recent visitors she is undergoing tests and treat- last Friday for his home,following tist Church, with Mrs.Edward Cul- -
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jess; ment. a weeks visit with his brotherinlaw berson, c l Elliott in Pahokee. Carl Bracewell was called to Tif- and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jess; last three chapters of the visiting relatives in Blackshear,
If' Mrs. Donna Mae Shields of Wau- ton, Ga., Sunday due to. the death I Elliott in Pahokee. Mrs. Wheeler mission book "On This Founda and Savannah, Ga., for several
chula is the house guest of her of his mother. Funeral services celebrated her 83 birthday at the tion" was given by "Mrs. Edwin weeks.

\LI i brother-in-law and sister Mr. and were held Monday afternoon in Elliott home on Saturday, September .....
t Mrs. E. F. Mcllwain. of Pahokee. Tifton. 2. Enroute home they stoppedby
(! Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Scruggs I It Mrs. Ruby Smith who has been a Lakeland for a short visit with l 11 H H I H t Mi t"H 11 I fl-H'-H- '- ..Hi.H'M"H"t"M"l"H"l"l' "I ,; ; M,,;.,II;
and children Steve, Kim and Jay; !I patient in the Good Samaritan Hos- relatives.

;r 1 moved last Saturday from their; pital has returned to her daughter's .-- THEATRESPRINCE
(, home in Pahokee to their new home, Mrs. Sonny Hitchcock,
I home in Canal Point. where she is improving.Mrs. .
l' Mr. and Mrs. Will Nason of West Annie Myrt Carter was a S them LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
I Palm Beach were Sunday luncheon patient for several days this weekin I

guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. the Everglades. Memorial Hospital a Coop ; Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Earl Maxson in Canal .Point. They -
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,young son Nat who had been thaI to her home from the Everglades
SUNDAY MONDAY-TUESDA*..
I guests of his grandparents for several Memorial Hospital where she was a I SUNDAY:biONDAY-TUFSDAY SEPTEMBER 17-18-19 -
days. patient.
Mrs. A. H. Scruggs accompaniedby Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gamble and } SEPTEMBER 17-18-19 "HERCULES
Mrs. F. M. Wilson, both of Canal Mrs. J.; D. Latham of Canal Point
a Point spent last Thursday in visited Mr.'and Mrs.James Latham "ON THE DOUBLE" UNCHAINED"STEVE

Lake Wales as guests of Mr. and in Cocoa recently.Mr. REEVES
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Mrs. A. E. Ilendry. and Mrs. M. C. Carter have DANNY KAYE, DANA WYNTER (EASTMAN COLOR) ;
Mrs. Nellie Reuter of West Palm returned to their home in Port MARGARET nUTHEUFORDALSO-
Beach is the guest of her sister and Mayaca after several weeks visit
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. with friends and relatives in the & DIANA DORS "Tall Man Riding"Phone
Cross of Canal Point.H. New England states.
r. t I I I I I I 1 I I I I : I : I I : I I 1 I : I : I lIt 1 t : ow t f I 1 1 1 I I t 1 I t
L. Speer is seriously ill and is Mrs. M.: D. DeVane is in the

under oxygen. His address.-- is 315 Everglades Memorial Hospital. She
:Myrtle Street. Starke, Fla., if underwent surgery Monday even- I ,'
friends of his would like to send a

card.Miss ing.Mr.. and Mrs Enrique Tonarleyand oI

Kay Hughes was the guest daughters, Carmen and Hildaof 1
of friends in Orlando. the past Pahokee have recently moved loWest I
weekend. Palm Beach.The young ladies .
:Mrs. H. F. Mead was admitted to are attending the Rosarian Acad-

the Good Samaritan Hospital in emy. 01 511.Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade I f
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State Official To Col. George M. Knauf of Patrick I SALES and SERVICE j !
Air Force Base; Promoting Pub-

Talk At ConventionMIAMI lic Health through Federal Legi- I Heating Air ConditioningAppliances If
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slation by Noble Swearingen, director I
BEACH-A young man of the Washington office of t
described by Governor Bryant as the American Public Health Association -
exemplifying "those qualities most ; election of officers and
needed in government today" will presentation of awards. .
speak to conventions at the annual The sectional meetings will be on
gathering of the Florida Fruit and administration, sanitation, health
Vegetable Association, in Miami education, laboratories, mental if '
Beach this month.A. health and public health nursing. ., .. "
Worley Brown, chairman of .-. .1.". A1IIrizj .

the, Florida Industrial Commissionwill I: .. \ Iii... .
address the meeting on Sept. Gaining KnowledgeAre r ; I
i 28. The convention is being held at

the Hotel Americana Bal Harbour I These FolksIt's _
September 27, 28 and 29, and some \
2000 representatives of the,stat 's I I _
fruit and vegetable industry and
back to school time for these
their guests are expected to at
young men and young women from .-
tend. '
4 this area. Eddie Crews, Mac Crews,
The topic of Brown's address
Jeff Barwick, Alvis Davis, Judieth;
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"The Florida Industrial Commission -
Looks Ahead." Cunningham Fowler, Brenda Logan ...y .
I. Tommy Mullin, Jane; Ryals,
I Curtis Russom, Penny Sasser, Olga -
Health Workers In (Sheffield and Willy Veal will be at- I _
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tending Palm Beach .Junior; Col- ,

Meeting Oct. 5-7 lege.Sandra Lampi and Albert Gamot __ rS

University of Miami, Miami.

'JACKSONVILLE; -Several hun- BreUda Unwln, Kathy Wilson, .
dred officials and lay workers interested !I Ladora Crosby and Sylvia Parrish S .
in public health will come ones Business College and College f
here October 5-7 for the 33rd annual -I f Nursing at.Orlando.,
convention the Florida Public Jean.; Brown, Carol Epstein, Eliz-
abeth Suzanne Mor-
Humphries
Health Associati<>n.
General sessions win be held each gan, Faith-Sasser, Martha Sellers
f morning with sectional meetings and Johnny; Smith are at Univer-
during the afternoons. sity of Florida, Gainesville.
1 H. Duke Peters of the Jacksonville ; Fred Blakey, Cindy Friend, Ed-
City Health Department is wenia Humphrey, Susan Johnson; ,
president and will open the sessions. Kenneth McIntosh, Rupert Mock : .' TV;
and Kathleen Spencer will be at;

urban The first morning will feature I Florida. State 'University., Tallahassee more fun with another one ;T TA ,

development and planning I I II
talks by Mayor Haydon Burns of Joe; Alderman, Dorothy Hatton, '
I I I of television TV models '
Jacksonville W. Gene Parnell and David Simonsonare J bumper crop new proThe new are really exciting. '..,
; George Simons i
I t I Lakeland. grams is being readied for the season Non-glare screens, remote tuning con-
Jr.. Jacksonville; planning consultant at Florida Southern,
ahead .'. a whole world of entertaintrol, showpiece styling. Slim and trim
Duke Durham
; and a panel of Walter E. '_. Billy Plumer, .
Keyes regional administrator of N. C.; Dianne Whiteside, Brevard' .ment at your fingertips. portables Values greater than ever be '
the Housing and Home Finance College Brevard, N. C.; Caroline !I I, fore. COLOR TV, too. It's television
Agency, Atlanta; Roscoe H. Jones Sellers, Howey-in-the-Hllls; Mary ,Nowr's the time to treat your family at'its ultimate...the showmanship of ,.
acting director of the Dade County Anne Ford and Bobby Erickson, to a second TV set. Another set solves full color...so vivid..so true to life. \. 1. :
Planning Board; and Professor Southern Missionary College, Col- the problem of what to turn on when : {
And to add to have
,Robert; Qllry of the Florida State legedale, Tenn.; Wayne Sears and favorite programs conflict. Let the kids your enjoyment, a"J....;'
RADIO in where
University Department of Health David Watkins, University of Mississippi watch theirs. while you enjoy you,.,. every room, handy .; _'.
and when want it..and STEREO
Education. Oxford Miss.; Wallace Individual tastes are satisfied no- you a .J. r
Friday morning's session will include Mole, Florida Christian College body's let down and everybody's HI-FI record player to bring concert _:: .
a talk on Community Self- Tampa; David Cunningham, Memorial happy. Once you get another television hall realism into your home. : J- \

study and Changing Public Health Mission Hospital, Ashville, .". set, you'll wonder how you ever did You Live Better Electrically when you : > _
by Dr.Vlado A. Getting, professorof N. a -_ without It.. have all three Radio, Stereo Hi-Fi, .
public health administration at Jackie; Vandegrift is attending and TV.See your dealer today. ; > f::; 1
University of Michigan; Studies Rosarian Academy in West Palm I if '

vOf Community Nursing by Janice; Beach. Claude Morgan and Roger FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY (

E. Mickey professor of public Hatton are at Darlington Prep. NtLNNO BUILD FLORIDA ...........___................... '-- f'I'
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Keene Pat Maxwell and FOR PENNIES A DAY.. I .
Pittsburg school of Public Health; Wayne
,and Evaluation.of Environmental Ludlum are going to Florida :Military a h
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.. .vSanitation. Services by Dr. Ben Academy; Ray Ford is a sophomore -
,/4 Freedman,:director of the Division at Forest Lake Academy
: ":*of.Preventive-Medicine at:the'Louisiana near Orlando;' Freddy :Hickerson la aek

"' Health_ ',Department.. is. in his 'second year at Admiral -. :..1 1Fh
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I. l Unique Opportunities Petition Asks No t t4Laning

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: favor road improvements so Ute. !
ease ,before a group of people and
I talk {intelligently. county commission this week showed !
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"These qualities will prove inval- ceived. ,
:t. uable in any occupation, ,as well as
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;;(i' I in social lifesays W. W. Brown,
I ; of Pahokee, asked that State Road
"i j First Methodist The Church Of God Christian Science I state Florida boys'Agricultural 4-H Club agent Extension for the 715 through Pahokee NOT be four V I\

ham; Church, Pahokee Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Group Of Canal Point Service. the laned.State The Road petition Department.was referred to ,

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ti: { Rev. T. C. O'Steen Point Road The nature of God as Spirit not doing." And Brown believes this

Yri,": SUNDAY John H. Kinard, pastor matter, will be brought out Sundayat philosophy offers 4-H members an Coordination Is I

it..' '. 9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Christian Science church ser- opportunity for leadership develop
';:, *, 11:00 a. .-Morning Wonblp 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service vices. ment that is unique among youth Sought By Jarrard
, :* 6:45 p. m.- MYF 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service Opening the Biblical selections: in organizations. I

l V 7:45 p. m.-Evening .Worship 8:00 p. m.,Tuesday'- V. L. B. the Lesson-Sermon entitled "Mat "Four-H boys and girls learn TALLAHASSEE The Florida
; r TUESDAY: 8jOO p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. ter" are these verses from Exodus practical skills in the projects they Development Commission is inte- I
:t -' 7:00 p.,aa. Vesper Choir prac Everyone' welcome. Special musio (20): "And God spake all these choose," the state leader explains. rested in seeing the promotion and

: tice.WEDNESDAY and words saying, .. .Thou shalt haveno "But giving a demonstration on advertising of all public and pri-
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.\i"' 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir -praeCanal .I The Methodist Church silver, neither shall ye make unto thoroughly, it also helps develop I I I Wendell Jarrard. '

tic*. you gilds of gold." poise and self-confidence. I But Jarrard says there was no '

\.,. Canal Point Florida This citation will be read, from "Demonstrations are one of i.thought in the Development Commission -
"Science and Health with Key !o' I of combining its advertis-
* : Point First Robert A. Shelley, Pastor many ways 4-H guides young peo-
.... SUNDAY: the Scriptures" by Mary Baker ple ,to more pleasing, forceful per- ing program with that of the Flor-

Baptist Church 10:00 a. m.-church School Eddy (pp. 199, 200): "When Homer sonalities. Members acquire the ida Citrus Commission.The .
f sang of the Grecian gods, Olym- Development Commissionsent
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l' 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship ability handle responsibility and
'!,>: Elder R.E.Barfield 6:30 m.-Youth Fellowship pus was dark but through his verse to work with others as they hold I its advertising schedule, ac-
:,' SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship I I the gods became alive in a nation's I office, serve as junior leaders for cording to Jarrard, to the Citrus

*v 10:00 a. .-Sunday School MONDAY p.: belief. Pagan worship began with younger groups, and take part in I Commission and all other Florida
? 11:00 C muscularity, but the law of Sinai activities." promotion agencies. But no negc-
C \ ; a. m.-Morning Worship 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practiceTUESDAY I community
** lifted thought into the of tiations with the Citrus Commis-
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. j song With enrollment time at hand,
t 8:00 David. Moses advanced a nation to Brown that sion leading to a combined program
: p. -Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society suggests young people I
y' WEDNDESDAY: 1st Tuesday I the worship of God'' in Spirit instead -, interested in becoming 4-H mem- had even.been discussed.

f .' 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 2nd MONDAY: of matter, and illustrated the bers get in touch with their county --
.' grand human capacities of being I SATURDAY HOURS
,. Service 7:80 p. m..:"": Esther Class meeting I I Extension Service office.
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2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: I WEDNESDAY: bestowed by immortal..... Mind. "Florida's 4-H clubs have a large Starting last Saturday the Pa

! V 7:30 p.. .-Ladies Auxiliary :7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting I number of different projects in hokee City Hall will be open on

f' Meeting. -._ L- Patterson, Circle which members scan take part," he I Saturday mornings from 8:30 until

.1 'In says. "Young pepole from all partsof noon, according to Clerk Patsy
.. Church'Of God, Monday MeetThe the state, rural or urban, can Batchelor. During the summer the I
Canal Point find activities to"suit their inter- I offices had been closed all day on
isr .: Barfield HighwayPahokee lone Patterson Circle of the I I j ests and abilities." Saturday.wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwvwwwm.
; Church J
; Baptist J Womans Missionary Society of the j,
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'"; SUNDAY: 11.;00 A. M. Morning Worship Monday, Sept. 11, at 3 p. min the 1

(: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 P. Evangelistic Service church auditorium. I

i : ,11:00, a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet Mrs. J. D. Latham, President, I Monday Cattle Sales
: presided, in the absence of the I
6:30 lag
;J1t p. m.-Training Union. I .
chairman, Mrs. W. S. Evans. :Mrs.
',i.Jr 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Thursday-Y. P. E. I
J. Williams led in the devotional -
" \;; WEDNESDAY: -.,:- A_ Are held at the Glades Livestock Market EI
,. 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. Mrs. W. S. Cross, new Circle j I IiIJ regularly
I Chairman announced her committee a I I which is owned and operated by more than 120 rI:!
; : Watchtower Meet* chairman 'for the new 'church I .
Florida Cattlemen.
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i r The Pahokee Church In Miami Success year. Mrs. J?: E. Williams:? Com f

't ; Of The Nazarene munity ,Missions; Mrs. W. W. I You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here

'i.; "Mans: destin depends on Bible White, Stewardship; Mrs. C. B. I. at this Market.We make an effort at all times to give
't < Jones Missionary Study; Mrs. W.
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.f',:. 433 Bacom Paint Rd. 'prophecy rather than on scientific P. Hitchcock, Program; Mrs.'J. H.Bordeau I tI an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us
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;?*' Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 achievement. These were the Publications; Mrs. M. C. I trial.

SUNDAY SERVICES: words of Henry L. Brissett, district Carter Publicity; Mrs. W. S. I

:" 9:45 School. supervisor Watchtower Bible Evans, Prayer; Mrs. F. H. O'Con- I I
:, a., m.-Sunday and Tract Society as he spoke to
'' nell Children's Home Mrs. J. L.
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*, 11:00 a. m.--sunday Worship. I
-6:30 p. m.-Juniors. some 930 delegates attending, a McCall. Enlistment; and Mrs. Paul SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
If" three-day seminar held at Northwestern I
Rardin, Social.
7:00 m.-Sunoay '
p. Evening
Senior School in Mi
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I t J.:.,,,I't WEDNESDAY Evangelistic: Service. ami.He went on to say"it is no longer program Mrs. C.taken B. Jones from the presented book "On a Glades Livestock Market 1

1 : 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer This Foundation" by Lelia Boring ;
a matter of rule or ruin, but a Lassiter.
! 't meeting. matter of ruled God's ASSOCIATION E ,
. being by I
.' "Where you are a stranger but Next meeting will be announced .
I kingdom or ruined by God's war
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once". at a later date.
On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
-: against rebellious ones. In these L- B

tea'I I fI critical times man seek knowledgeof M. P. Stanley and Roy Browning Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager
First Baptist the future. Instead of turning to were business visitors in Miami' iiiiL:
: God's word of: prophecy they seek Friday., 1Zi L4IZi
( Church Pahokee information, from occult sources. I
: Some highlights of the conven- -- __ __L___ _, --- ---- -

SUNDAY SERVICES: tion were the,baptism of 15 ministers W r SK tT IIT "'.
Y 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School and,a series of,demonstrations<<

r, 11:00. a. m.-Morning Worship showing how, to help persons take
% 6:45 p. m.-Training Union an active part in the ministry- of This Is Your Invitation To Visit The New

|i- 8:00 p. m.-Evening, Worship Jehovah's Witnesses. _
f. WEDNESDAY: The purpose of'the threeday"convention ,
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'8:00 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. was to stimulate Ute o !
r..V. ___ y 'BR Jjy RESTAURANT
used the
11 preaching>jnejhods-'as: ,by .
St Peter's Lutheran Witnesses andto-train them to i r
take care -of the expansion work'i
f Church, Belle Glade; being done.

About 150 persons attending volunteered Formerly The Tiny Diner In Pahokee

August Koerber. Pastor their time to.do the var-
; 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade ious jobs necessary to make the
L, stJNDAY: convention a success. Such volun- ,NEW AND MODERN KITCHEN INSTALLED:

, ", Divine Services 11 A. M teers were; electricians, cooks, :

School 9:45 A. )L carpenters, typists and general AIR CONDITIONED DINING ROOM . .
; ," -. laborers.

:'' Holy Nativity .-.-.
( New stainless steel equipment makes our restaurant spotlessly '-
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, Episcopal ChurchPahokee Body Bea\\fi\r: :' '
,.. sanitary*.and-,attractive You'll .enjoy the delightful food prep -
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. ..", Sorority ProgramThe fe hKerey-ifi< ieF'O8r new management. Drop by and take a

.. ']L Wendell Hainiln! vicar look at Pahokee's newest and most modern eating place. We
Beta Omicron Sorority met
SUNDAY: / Thursday September 7, at 8 p. m. feel sure. you'll enjoy your visitBrady's .
: 10 a. m.-Sunday School "
i at the of Mrs.Jackie Thomas '>
, home ,
11 .. m.Worship gerHcei
... with Mrs. D. L. Zaccagnino
pres-I IJ 11111 :
ident presiding the
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t St. Mary's Catholic
Mrs. Lester Hatton was selected .

Church to take the Sororities suggestions!

.-. to the City Council. Pledges were I t
RestaurantIn
(' Bather Francis Fennech Paster discussed and voted to accept atransfer I

Staday MMM-nSO,a. ILL from Miss Myra Cruthirds. -

; Ck terio a i before Masa. .
.. Mrs. Lester Hatton presented an I the location formerly occupied by the Tiny Diner

3: Mr..and Mrs. Lee. Shirley .and art program on"Body Beautiful.
o Claude Shirley were weekend. visit- After which the hostess served I

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i. Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, September 15,1961
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; 5,366FolksGetting Stork Shower In LocalPTA'MeetIn ,1 ;fl&8v'' :Y8O8vL"jra,'OY''h'\'r\ir''Wrth'h''IT'm\'fa) ;,, ;17" ."n7'\QITf.f. "roII

t Honor Mrs. Spangler

t'v Aid In First Fall Meet PITTSBURGH.Paint .
State County -
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: : The ,J.-TE ,Williams residence in I $3 50

I Canal Point was the scene' last gal. n
Thomas E. Penick, Chairman of i Friday evening of a surprise stork The Canal Point Parent Teacher 1
District 10 Welfare Board of the shower complimenting Mrs. Joe Association met Monday, September -

,State, : Department of Public Welfare Spangler. Hostesses were 31r J.: 11, at 8 p. m. in the school cafe- How's that for a genuine jspecial. We .have .many more I
t- : reported; that in Palm Beach E. Williams and Mrs. A. H. torium with Mrs. W.' E.":'McCall: that'll save you just as must money. Drop in today and, see. 1
'>'.> County 5,366 persons were assisted Scruggs. president presiding over the business -
: _g- in the four" categories of public ;Ninteen friends were present and session. Following the business If", Used Cash Registers -- Adding 1I
. assistance for' the month of August enjoyed, several brain-teaser. a reception was held for the i.. I

1961. I games, of which Mrs. Pope Sears teachers : Machines RefrigeratorsWE II
f: A total of 1844 persons receivedOld and Mrs. Charles Maxson won Mrs. McCall announced the following I
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Age Assistance in the amount! prizes. committee chairman; :Mrs.M
f.';-,, og$86,706. 88 persons received Aid The refreshment table was over- G. L. Lanham, Budget and Finance; BUY SELL AND TRADE I
Il. to the Blind, totaling $5,390. 828 laid with a printed cloth depicting I Mrs. W. C. Young, Health and
; families, representing 2,543 child- the occasion. White tapers burnedin Mental Health; Mrs. Joe Kent GIVE US A RING AT 7539 AND
: rn, received Aid to Dependent crystal candelabra flanked on Carr, Publications; Mi's. Floyd
}J Children in the amount of.$51,952. either side by crystal punch bowl Erickson, Membership; Mrs. Perry : ASK ABOUT OUR BARGAINS. .
r.:: 253 persons received Aid to the and cake plate, all.were encircledby Hall, Hospitality; Mrs. Tom Brad- !
t': Disabled in the amount of $13,951. sprigs of fern and pink sweet-. dock, Library and Visual Aids; .
.. In addition 332 children received heart roses. Elsewhere through the. Mrs. Jack Strayer, LunchRoom We Have Several Good Used Heaters
f r- service during the. month; 189 of house floral arrangements were and Welfare; Mr. and Mrs. Joe
whom were in foster homes. The used. at advantage points. Cherry, Halloween Carnival, and f
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. total state and local cost for these Honoree opened her gifts which Mrs. C. D. Stewart, Parliamentarian. Special Prices On Kern Tone PaintJimmie'
# child welfare services was $10,745.- were then displayed. Among ,the '
gifts was a cake made in the shapeof Mrs. McCall also announced
35.There
L .. were 5 adoption petitions a pair of baby shoes, iced in there 'would be a Parliamentarian I
studied for the Circuit Court.These white trimmed in pink. meeting October 3 and 4, at the Trading Post
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are children placed in homes independent Hotel Dilido, Miami.

.: ,of service through a licensed Mrs. Jack Strayer, lunch room
Pahokee PTA Meet
: child placing agency, and the chairman, reported 408 meals, had (WROTENS OLD STAND AT R. R.; CROSSING) |
Welfare Board is responsible ac-i been served since school opened
J. J. EASON, PROP. FAHOKEE, FLORIDA. l
cording to law to make these reports First Of New TermMonday plus four free lunches. I j
to the court. Mrs. Alma Burr's First grade received I
Palm Beach County,is also rep- the attendance ,banner. ,

resented on the District 10 Wel- September 11 at 8 p. m., W.W. White, principal, introduced -II ___ __
fare Board by the Reverend Paul the Pahokee Parent Teacher Asso- the teachers and custodians, andreported -
1L Cassen, Mrs. Helen R. Tedder, ciation met in the school auditor an enrollment of 142 pupils Baptist Circles Mrs. F. H. Poteete.
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Mrs. Helen D. Woodward West,: ium and held the first meeting of and asked the parents to en- I I Officers for the new year are
and Mrs. Doris Sasser, In Regular Meetings Mrs. W. K. Aldridge, chairman
Palm Beach the new school year with James courage their, children to eat at the ;
Pahokee. Harry Wilkinson presiding.Girl lunchroom. Mrs. C. R' Wetherington, cochairman -
.. Scout Trpup 38 conductedthe Rereshments were served bv The W. M. U. Circles of the First ; Mrs. F. H. Poteete, secretary;

Service Award To Flag ceremony. Rev. Guthrte'i Mrs. Jimmy Moore, Mrs. H. G. Baptist Church of Pahokee met and Mrs. Don Collier, program

Colvard, pastor of the First Baptist Rodgers, Mrs. T..W. Mills' and Mrs Tuesday, September 12. charman.
Church of Pahokee, gave the de- i W. C. Parker.Evening. The.Betty Mill Circle met Tues- Circle voted to sponsor the Jun-
Vegetable GrowerJ. votional and invocation. day 9:30 a. m.with Mrs. Guy Wood. ior G. A. an dalso. sponsor a child
Bill Howard, principal of the Pa- Fourteen members were present. from the Baptist Home.

hokee Elementary School, intro- Classes I Mrs. Colvard, pastor's wife was a October meeting will be. held-
.Abney Cox, general convention duced John M. McDowell, principalof visitor. Mrs. W. K. Aldridge pre- with Mrs. James Harry Wilkinson
chairman will present the Florida Palm, Beach High School, as the sided over the meeting. Jr., with Mrs. Don Collier co-
Fruit & Vegetable Association's speaker for the evening. He spokeon To Be ScheduledA Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, Jr., presented hostess.
1961 Distinguished Service Awardat "Evaluation of a High School." .- -
"Teach Me
the program on
the 18th Annual Convention of Which is an overall study of the CLASSIFIED ADS
To.Pray", she was assisted by Mrs.
the Association at the Americana held at 8
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school. meeting will PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
Aldridge, Mrs. Paul. Tillery and
Hotel, Bal Harbour, September 28. The faculty members were intro- o'clock Wednesday evening, Sep- I'
Each year the Association be- duced by the principals of the tember 20, in the Belle Glade High I n --- --- ---- ---
stows its Distinguished Service schools. School cafetorium to, determine I
Award on the individual who makes In the business session it was possible evening class offerings for
the greatest contribution to the voted to have the Halloween Car- adults in the Glades area, accord- Thinking About Building?
State's agricultural industry. It is nival for the fund raising project ing to Pellon Morris, Principal of
based not upon a single, particular again this year. Attendance award Belle Glade High SchooL
contribution, but rather because,of was won by Mrs. Edna Maxson'a Martin Campbell, Director of
continuing service to the industryof First grade in the elementary Adult Education Kenneth F. John- For Free Estimates, Call -
agriculture. The award, one of school' and Mr. Lampi's twelfth son, Director of Vocational Education -,
the highest honors accorded a grade in the high school. and'Amos C. Rivell, Even' I
farmer, scientist, or legislator-. has Refreshments were served by ing School Coordinator will be WILEY TILLIS
been made yearly since 1947. members of the Executive Board in present to discuss classes which I
The 1960 winner was Lee Thompson I the school cafeteria, with :Mrs. may be offered by these depart- General Building ContractorBox
then Commissioner of Agriculture James Tyson, Jr., in"charge. ments. uL' I .
for Florida. .. Suggested offerings u. include subjects -
Previous winners were: WillariJ: I such as creative writing, typ-' 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127

M. Fifield, Provost for Agriculture, Teacher Reception ing, bookkeeping, shorthand, sales-
University of Florida Gainesville; ,manship, Spanish, English.for the
Mrs. Ruth S. Wedgworth, Belle foreign born, and others. I J I t H"H"H"H"H'i'H"H'' i'*-HHH MM H M-M I III III1 I >
Glade Florida Farm Bureau 'John Local Lions ClubCanal
; ; These classes are operated by
W. Campbell, Goulds grower and the Palm Beach County Board of' HOME OWNERSHIPPROVIDES'
shipper; Andrew Duda, Jr., Oviedo, Public Instruction. There are no
Point Lions will hold their
grower and cattleman; Frank L. tuition fees; however, there are
for local school
Holland, Winter Haven, secretary- annual reception small registration fees and 'stud
of the Florida Agricul- teachers' at their regular weekly .
manager ents furnish their own supplies.All
meeting Monday night and at the
tural Research Institute; GeorgeH. persons who are interestedin
.time entertain the Ladies of
Cooper, Princeton grower; Na- : same these and other evening classesare
the Lions, according to J,. G.
than Mayo, Florida's Commissioner ; invited to attend this meeting,
of Agriculture; U. S. Senator Weeks, president.Ralph ., since classes 'to be offered in the
Spessard Holland, By tow; Luther' S. Hager, Chief of Information Glades areawill be determined at
L Chandler, Goulds grower; Dixon and Education' for the Flor- this time.
Pearce, Miami grower; Paul E. ida Park Service will be the guest
speaker.He will talk and show film -- -.4 .
Dickman,Ruskin grower and packager I
; and the Florida Agricultural on parks and historic memorials... Mr. and Mrs. Carter Miller and
Experiment Stations. I son, Carter, Jr., of Tallahassee
Name of the award winner 'is S Mrs. ;Ola.Calhoun is visiting her visited Mr. and'Mrs. Harry Brooks
kept secret until the presentation II son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Elarbee Monday. ,Mrs. 'Miller and
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ceremonies during the Conventions' Mrs.Joe Calhoun, and family in Mi- Mrs. Elarbee were- roommates "at
Annual Banquet. !I" ami. F. S. U.
I A SPECIAL KIND OF PROTECTIONFOR

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WOULD LIKE TO HELP YOU !

PARK VIEW MANOR

I Home 'Financing Is Our SpecialtyWhen

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you finance your home hereyou deal witha

PAHOKEE'S CHOICE LOCATION local association with headquarters right here

in our community, and whose officers and em-

HI A HOMESPRICED ployees are sincerely interested in seeing that

you'attain true, debt-free home ownership.

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