The Everglades news
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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: October 27, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00096
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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I"" Halloween Party Rardin ReElectedTo Honor Roll .Made Bacom Point RoadWork i 1'i 1'I'Stuart Eleven To : I I

,State Directorate Bid ReceivedWeekley

Canal Point School Veteran: Palm Beach County Public.At PahokeeHONOR Paving Company of Come Here Tonite '

Commissioner Paul Rardin of Canal Hallandale was low bidder on tie
( Plans have been completed for Point-was re-elected to a direct- ROLL All "A's" ::2 miles of secondary road con- The Stuart foot ball squad will
the Halloween Carnival to be held orship in the State Association of 9th Grade Willola Tyson. struction in PaHokee when bids come to Pahokee tonight to do bat-
,, at'Canal Point School Tuesday, County Commissioners when that 10th Grade, Wayne Hundley, were received by the State Road tle with the Blue Devils and the
October 31. Mr. and :Mrs. ,Joe group held an annual convention in Jann Plumer. Department in Tallahassee on local warriors will make a supreme
j Cherry are chairmen of this com- Fort Lauderdale this week. 11th Grade, Linda Woofter. Tuesday of this week. effort to add another win to their ,
mittee.. Commissioner Rardin has been a HONORABLE MENTION The short piece of work calls for column after dropping their first
The Cafeteria ,food booths ,will 'member of the board of directorsfor "B" or better widening Bacom Point itoad be- one last Friday night to Lake

II be open at 6 p. m., serving hamburgers more than ten years, having 7th Grade: Lois Adams, Linda tween,the First Baptist Church and Worth. ,
I hot dogs, chili, coffee, served as secretary-treasurer, vice Butler, Timothy Gillis. the City Park. There will be gut- The margin of a safety separated
cokes and home made pie. Door president and in the top position of 8th Grade: Tamara Branch, Ted ter and sidewalks added when the : Lake Worth Trojans and die Blue
prize tickets will be given to adults presidentfin 1951. Since that time Butler, Glenda Crews, Lawanda street is widened. Devils in the big game of last week. '
I' passing through the food line. Four he has either been a director-at- Edmondson, Erma Kinard, Annelle County Commissioner Paul Rar- The 15-13; in favor of Lake Worth
drawings will be held at 9 p. m. large or a district director. At the Nix, Jim Tys6n. din arranged for the work to be score sent the Suncoast Conference
Prizes were donated_by the local"i convention this year he declined to 9th Grade: Brenda Alderman, done out of secondary gas tax funds into a wide open status again.
merchants. ''run for director-at-large but was Linda Douglas, Faye Elliott,' Wil- allotted to the county. The Week- Forest Hill trimmed Clewiston,
Costume parade will begin at 6:30p. drafted for the other job. burn Finley, Sharon Johnson, Fred ley bid was $54,398.00. 21-0; Stuart bowed to Vero Beach,
m. with PaulJlardin, Master of -- McKee, John Parker, Sandra) ...G 13-7, in a non-conference game;
Ceremonies. Children in full costume Reeves, Linda Reid, Larry Wright. I Ft. Lauderdale tamed Palm Beach's
will be honored by free rides County Councils 10th Grade: Pamela Boe, William Farm Bureau Has Wildcats, 39-6; Kissimmee edged

and games five times ,during: the I Boe, Bruce Boynton, Tommy Okeechobee 12-7; Riviera Beach
evening. Upon given signal any Elect Officers4H Brock, Eugene Cooper, Wilma Its Annual Bar-B-Q snapped its loss skein with a 18-13
youngster in full costume will get I Cooper, Harry Cunningham, Carol victory over Ft. Pierce. With Sea-
the ride or game in which he or .sh Hatton, Dianne Hollon, Dorothy crest losing to 'Belle Glade Thurs-
is participating free. There will County Councils met Friday Lair, Ernestine Maxwell, John Farm Bureau's Annual Membership i day night, 7.6, Pahokee and,Forest
also be a prize for the one who hap- October 20, at ''10:00 a.m.., in 'the Mills, Walter Parker, Harold Pea- drive barbecue and covered- Hill are tied for the lead with 4.1
pens to get ,the candy apple. There Mounts Building in West Palm cock, CharIeSt Pell, Linda. Shef- conference records; Lake Worth:
will be no.cash prizes. I Beach. County Council Officers field, Frances;, Summers, Walter, dish supper was held Tuesday even- stands at.3-1, and Seacrest, 211.
.At 7 p. m. Mr.",Reese, a ventrilo- were elected ,at this meeting and Young. f ing at the Canal Point CommunityHall The score wasn't the only tight
quist will present a wonderful show will be installed at the Annual 11th Grade: Wayne Boynton, with Rosco Bmddock of Belle aspect of the game. In first downs, .
in the autditorium. Price will be Awards Program on Nov. 20. Bobby Kennedy, Robert Lampi, Glade acting as Master of Cere- ; the Trojans led 12-11, in yardage,
.. children lOc and 25c for adults. Twenty-two clubs were repre- Douglas Potter,,Jimmy Vandegrift, monies. by 131-81 and in passing, trailed
Outside booths and concessions sented at the meeting by 130 girls, Michael Watkins, Velma Williams. Hon. Emmett S. Roberts of Belle Pahokee, 86-51,

l- _____open" at..6:30 p." m. will include dart boys and their leaders. Among 12th Grape: | : V cki Alley! Robert Glade, _was. intrpduced.jas the guest, a_ ..... ... .
"cake walks ele'cted"for Harrington Iff BraddoclCHeSlso rte.e, I,
games parcel'post: those office from'CanalPoint Boe, Rebecca:Grimes,Janette ; speaker; by : '
packages, fish pond, car rides, fortune were: Warren Repper elected John Hundley, Jimmy .introduced Jerry Thomas, of West
telling, country 'store, hay as Parliamentarian of the Boys Jackson, Betty Johnson, Patricia Palm Beach, State Representative.Mr. : Disabled Qualify '
rides, clown with balloons, home Council officers. Janette Harrington Keene, Bonnilu Lair, Linda Livingston Roberts chose,as his subject '

made candy, popcorn, peanuts, and ,. was elected Reporter for the Sue Sheridan, Yvonne Thompson "Agriculture in Florida". I For'S. S BenefitsR.
} candy apples.Pahokee. Other Girls Council Officers. Jan- Katherine Young.. Between two and three hundred ,
"l --% ette is the out-going president of .- Farm members and their families
the Council having served in this i attended the meeting and look part'. District
Plans Are C. Gehrken, Managerof
office for the past two years. Linda Local Garden Club : in the "Community Sing" led by
the West Palm Beach Social Se-
Day of Lantana is the new Mr.; Braddock, accompanied at the
Ready Halloween dent. preSi-1 piano by Mrs. Dorothy Ingram, of curity Office, reminded area resi-
Officers and leaders In October Meet Belle Glade. dents of a change in the social se

this meeting were County Agricultural Betty Jphnson, daughter of Mr., curity law permitting payments toa
i Pahokee School Halloween Car- Agent it!. U. Mounts, AssistS I and Mrs. W.E., Johnson of Canal greater number of disabled work-
I Canal Point Garden
The Club
nival plans are complete with Lee ant County Agent; Charles Tucker, I I Point was awarded first prize in ers.This
Wroten, chairman of that commit- I Mrs. Laura Burgard, Assistant I met October 19, at 2 p. m. at the I i I the "Local Talent Find" Contest. change eliminated the re-
i tee. County Home Demonstration Community Building with -Mrs. I Four contestants tried out for this quirement that a person had to be

Halloween Carnival will be held Agent; also Miss Meriam Lo Pinto. Bernice Sheppard as hostess and r prize. The others competing were: age 50 before social security disability -
October 31, at 6:00 through 10:00p. Assistant home demonstration Mrs. Buna Rodgers cohostess.Mrs. Susan Weaver of Lake Harbor; benefits could be paid. Be-
m. on the old football field. agent and others. M. C. Carter president presided Alice Robertson and Duane Stokes, ginning with November 1960, it be-
Grades first through twelfth will 4-H Club members and leaders over the business session. both of South Bay. came possible to pay these benefitsto
sponsor the following booths: 1- attending this meeting from Canal Three new members were voted, The prize will be a trip to Miami all disabled workers regardlessof
Fish pond, 2 fire-truck, 3-darts and Point were: Janette Harrington into the Club: Mrs.. Robert Hob- .I in Novemberat which time she will their age if, they met the other

balloons, 4cotton candy, 5-sponge Nancy Harrington, Peggy Bittingand son, Mrs. Robert Ford, and Mrs.:I be eligible compete in the State requirements in the law.
throw, 6-country store, 7gamesand Maxine Trett. They were ac- Roland Kahle. Talent Find Contest. Which will be Mr. Gehrken pointed out, how-
candy, 8-pie, cake and coffee, t companied by A. R. Harrington Reports were heard from the: held at the State Convention of the ever, that this did not change the
9-peanuts and coffee, 10-sand- Mrs. Bruce Bitting.Harrington. work the Farm Bureau.Annual. disability provisions in any other
day concerning prepara-.
'-r' .% wiches 11-cake walk, chili, '12- tion for the Club Bazaar, which is -- .. respect, nor'did it'change the defi-
1;' -: -wheel-of-fortune(, cakes).. to be held in November.Mrs. nition of disability under the social
.. :> i .:: ::' ,Boy.;: Scouts-harrow house, ,Fiona : '0. H. Sheppard;. Program 4-H Awards security law, which .is that theworkers
: ,, Club, Hay-ride and weight guessing Again condition Is so severe that
: : Chairman introduced the speakerA.
Future, Homemakers Candy Scheduled Nov. 20The he is unable to-do any substantialwork.
I .. R, Harrington of Canal Point
apples, D. C. T., Bean bag throw, School Trustee who spoke on Orchids. Mr. Har- .
F.,H. A., home made candy, Stu- I rington has been growing orchids Awards Persons with an ,illness or injury
dent Council, White Elephant Sale, for several years and during this Annual 4-H programwill that is expected to improve with
Trustee A. Roswell of 'held 10 and time, or individuals that have not
and P. T. A., Barbecued hamburgers I Harrington time he has made a study of the be on November
Rotary Club 'Hot-dogs and, Canal Point will be elected on Nov. different types and their cultiva- not on November 20 as previously worked ,a sufficient period 'of time
cakes. 7, as a member of, the board of tion. reported.The under soclat'eecurity ((5 years dur-
I Halloween masks and costumes are school trustees of Palm Beach county winner in each sub- ing the 10 years ending when they
optional and not required to be county without opposition. The ject will be given their awards at became disabled) are still not eligible -
worn by the children to attend the qualification date came and went this program and leaders for the under. the law.
carnival. I and the local school man was fortunate Nazarene past year will also be honored. Mr. Gehrken added that a number

drawing no opposition. : Friends of 4-H who have helped of severely disabled workers
Morans Called To Two other members of the pres- Holding RevivalThe with the 4-H,program.in the county under age 50:might be eligible for
ent board of trustees-James Ne- will also be invited to attend. benefits immediately. These are the
Clewiston WednesdayMr mec of West Palm Beach and Law- Gordon White. Jr. Assistant people thathave never filed an application -
rence Myers of Lake Worth will Nazarene Church in Paho- State Boys 4-H club agent will be and have had their disability -
and Mrs. Charley Moran of have to go into a short campaign to kee is haying a revival this week, here that evening to explain the at least six months. The
Pahokee were called to Clewiston ,retain their seats. according to the pastor. Rev. MaxD. National 4-H club awards program. change now permits payments to
e last Wednesday by the death of his I Nemec, who represents the .Jones-It: started Wednesday and All parents and all leaders will these individuals and their depend
sister-in-law, Mrs. Elsie Moran 51. northern coastal district, faces G. will, continue through Nov. 7. be invited to attend. ents (wives minor children and
She died in the Hendry ,County Ray Sparks of West Palm Beach. Rev. R. L. Horton, one of the old- disabled adult, sons and daughtersover
Hospital*following a long illness. :Myers:and Thomas F. Wyatt of timers with 35 years experience, Mrs.. Ella ,Sears ,reutrned to her 18 years of age whose disability
Her husband, Henry Moran proceeded Lantana will contest 'the south is bringing the sermons. The Horton home Wednesday after being a patient began before age 18)). Thesepeople
her in death last October. coastal, area seat. Trio is presenting special singing in Good Samaritan Hospital should,get in touch with the
The funeral services were ,held Mr. Harrington represents the I and instrumental numbers each in West Palm Beach since Sunday.Her representative who regularly visits
,Friday in Clewiston. Glades area west of'20 Mile Bend.I night. .u condition is greatly.improved. this area as soon as possible. ?
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Page Twet :1 _i-t The Everglades:News, Canal.Point. Florida FridaOctober: 27,1961

DrivSfe Is ina tbeJ3.toy like a duck. OLUTlONio OFD RFSPECT
I License I
I One year driver licenses are tinted ; In MEMORY OF Brother Mar-
iSaidTFSoIproofTALlAHASSEEThe ..
I green and the two year permitsare *
ioxf F
t George who passed awayAugust
tinted red.The use of anerase'r;
27, A. D.1961 A.L. 5961.
ne\v Florida ink1 eradicator or any other t p-e'l

driver's license is about'asr foolproof -(,eraser, will, eliminate the ink tint I II The Angel of Death has invadedthe
ranks of the Craft and sum-
I leaves a' telltale white place
againSt the trickery of"man I-the,paper's original colof.This j i I moved one of the true and faithful

t and the weather as a piece of paper I is a special feature of the I I!| His passing leaves a pang of sorrow ,
can be.The and of sadness. His
new paper: which will make the I I a feeling
Department of Public Safety license tamper-proof, ,and easy to voice will be heard no more around
put its new one and1 two year:driv spot by any' law enforcement officer the. :altar of'Masonry, but the noble
er's license on a special water re- upon examination. I example of his usefulness and unselfishness -

sistent paper known as Permafiber; and unselfish and devoted -

one with several special features. :: life will continue to live, to- N .

TBe Rardiff Building: Iff Canal Point; Florida The selection of this paper was AJ dgeHOme guide the footsteps and direct the \

the result of several months researcAby Scene Of Meetifigr:-- conduct, of many men. .i
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF the department which His achievements and sacrificeswill

realized that with the issuance of Mr-;;: : live In the hearts of the Graf;
Mr. and W. K. Aldridge'shome
EVERGLADES NEWS a two year license it would have I' and we shall\ think of him as living

to be printed'.on" a product with in Pahokee was decorated to I a beautiful ascending and expand- ;.,

Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without extra durability and longer lasting simulate, an Italian setting for the ing life, made radiant by the lights 3

Interruption Every Week'for More Than 30 Years qualities.In social meeting and spaghetti I of true Fraternal Love. J JI

Established March 11, 1924 F u1lis led Every Friday the first place the paper will per last Thursday evening SUP-I I Resolved that Everglades Lodge \
literally live in water without fad- No. 211 F. & A. M. of Pahokee. '
Subscription Price 2.00 Year In Advance the members of the XI Beta Tau
ing crumpling or fluffing, and it I I I I Florida in testimony of our loss, be

.. The Everglades News la Entered at the Post OfficeIn is tinted with an ink that comes Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority.I I draped in mourning for the proper

Canal Point Florida, as Second'Class: Matter right off if any effort is attemptedto Mrs. Richard Mason and her social period and that we tender the Fam-
tamper with name or other committee were in charge of the ily our deepest sympathy in their
Paul'R rain' Owner,Editor, Publisher.Record"Is writing on the license. arrangements.Out affliction and that a copy of these

The department experimented of.town guests were Mr. and resolutons be sent to the Family.J. .

..Set By. I Council Groups I with sample licenses by subjectingthem Mrs. Bill, Buxton of Hialeah also H. Bordeaux,

Tourists To'State i4-H I to various durability tests, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips of Fair- Worshipful Master. J

and found for one"thing that Per- fax, South Carolina. I'I S, J. Baggett, Secretary J
In October Meet I .
Nearly 10.6 million tourists came I II .

to Florida the first nine months of I 1
The Palm Beach Girls
1961. the Florida Development I i
and Boys 4-H Council met on Fri
Commission said in Tallahassee. \
!day, October 20. There were 130 e R
This is almost as many as the
girls, boys and leaders present with I
state attracted during the entire 12 l ,
22 clubs represented.
months of- 1960 a Commission I
The Girls Council meeting was I

spokesman said, and "only 1.4'niil*, conducted by the president Janet*" Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

lion short of our goal of a record 12 te Harrington and the Boys Coun ,)

million this year with three months cil meeting by the preside Bur- SALES and SERVICE : :
still to ton Ashton. I
Florida hosted 10.8 million visit- Both Councils elected officers for I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
the coming These officers will I
ors last year, a,drop of half a mil- year. l I
be installed at the Annual Awards
lion from 1959's record 11.3 million.At v 'VAVAV v' M'
November 20.
program on Friday, I
the half-way mark_ of 1961
The following officers elected _
: were J
Florida had gained half a million ----
: President, Yinda Day Lantana;
over the corresponding period' in :
1960. V. President, Ann Murray, Belle\ .. _:::-..
Glade; Secretary, Dorene Kimberly / 1
The third
quarter report showed
West Palm Beach; Songleader. REDDY ## '
4,6 million out-of-staters came to .
Debbie St. Bernard, Lake Worth; :
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during July August and Devotional_ chairman, Nancy\. v .
September only 1.4 million fewer
Briggs, Lantana; Parliamentarian,
than ,came during the previous six I \
months. Donna Curry, Lake Worth; Histor-, KILOWATT
'ian, Louise Ashton, West Palm ,
Bulk of the visitors came by car 1 ,\
Beach; Reporter Janet. Harrington -
with 1.76 million in July and 1.69
Canal Point. r
million in August. Half a ,million
Elected as officers of Boys Coun- HELPS MAKE f
drove to Florida, in.Sep'tember
cil were Burton Ashton, West Palm, F
Plane ,train and bus..passengersto !
Beach, President; Steven Snod-
Florida during the, three-month Lake Worth, \
grass : Vice president;
period 130,846
Harold Price, West Palm Beach,
and 47,497 respectively for a total FLORIDA
State Council delegates; John Val-
of 534637. I
lee West Palm Beach, Secretary- !

Treasurer; Warren Repper, Canal
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d Point, ,Parliamentarian: ; _and Terry J
- ,Jenkins, West Palm Beach song-- A LEADING
Classified Ads -I leader. I

After,the council meeting an officers r' I
, SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you training meeting was held. AGRICULTURAL
The president and vice presidentswere
have one.. get in touch With this .
trained by M. U. Mounts,
newspaper and insert a $1 classified -
ad. It will get results.All ads County Agent. Charles Tucker as-! ,

payable in advance.The Everglades ,sistant county agent, worked with
News, Canal Point, Fla... the secretarys and reporters; STATE'
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Mrs. Laura Burgard assist-
SAMPLE COPIES,,of, lst week's ant Home Demonstraiton Agent, '

edition,of, The Everglades.News worked with Adul and Jun- \ S

were mailed,in, Canal Point and ior Leaders, Miss Mary Todd : S +
., new subscriptions wjjl: be welcomed 'and Mrs. Ann DenBleyker, county 1b. ,,
this_weeks $2-00,for: a.rear council! me .Demonstration devotional ) I SY

will keep you.informed of happin- chairman, worked. with the j?

ings, this area. .: devotional chairman and Miss f .S ,

FOB SALE:' New" .and1 us& WiUyaJeeps. Miriam LoPinto assistant Home -

Walter Ashley* Gaintfetn Demonstration agent worked with FARM BETTER
Phone' songleaders and recreation chair w
Belle G&di, 3058. S tZJ 4, 4 oenCar.'' :'+
Oot 17-34-ch, men. %
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APARTMENTS, are needed by Homecoming To See q. f
many folks coming into this area

tp earn a Uying tr Do, rou hive one Many pignitaries )
F Tor rent? Tell them, d t
! end pe! .yfo }
through a $l 1t1 s. Pied.... agja. &ese GAINESVILLE-State- -- and'national Florida leads all Southern stateswith have found that every day, in

"; columns'ttie apart.. Sendi.men i .. .,a""tjjf ai: :l.' .lead' .. dignitaries will pour into an average value of$6BOOQ'every way, the more they use r ;

v well do the -Y l f .T i J s Gainesville Friday.(10-27) :when the per farm. This is an increase of Reddy's( services t&e I more profitable 4 ,
r .University of Florida stages .its
News CanalStJBSCBTJPTlO. tnt FI& 37th annual .Homecoming festivities $40,000 per faith over 5 yeare ago. 'it become ,

>n3r re due If l before an estimated 60,000 t
your I Florida farmers 5 I
are producing In the home too Reddy is the
n&ne: label flaws' you,;.to to ,ia&rrear people. _
.on, payment. Send, along Highlighting the list of big more on less land and Redder No. :1 helper coos; heats '

that $%.00 payment..Sow/ and wo names coming to ,the campus win I is an effective, working partner water, refrigerates, washes and t
will to'send! this .
continue you great be Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson : S
palladium of .the,",ftuai& fireside.JThe the, main speaker at, ,the in catting> costs, saving man- dries clothes, frees everyone for :

Everglades News,-Canal Point, Florida Blue Key Banquet -21); Hours, and boosting profits more leisure time and BetterLiving

:-' 'Sla, .1 Gov..Fanis Bryant, State Beverage '

\ VACATION Ttamt '....;1t; ,around.. '; Director Thomas_ E.,'Lee :Jr., and Jri fact, more and, more. farmers Electrically.FLORIDA : ,
-' former State Senator Fred Gv -
tile i corner, Before yu> : '
'. ;itotSr[ about dfroppEblr k 'dtt'i'tor''l (Bud) Dickinson,' speakers at the POWER & LIGHT COMPANYIIELPIHO

:;too inihe'm, jlfarfoili'simscrfp- I three legal fraternity: ,breakfasts, 'BUILD fLOyrD'Ao
lion. -to'- 'Tire-Evergtotfles'-News, Carial r and former Gov. Fuller :warren, : '

Point, Fla.1ND ,_ __ emcee for the Blue Key ,Banquet. .... -- ;? i la'tameless ? L4' ri;' '",
Dick Stratton, Jacksonville television .u..u.u..... \ S.
FOB RENT in warm zone personality is slated to emcee .a.

,near the lake. Phone Hub Spooner Gator Growl the largest student
Pahokee 7128. tf show In the nation. '{,}.{:,;'r;r...>r...;'F'irw. ,4 yv':,:.: ;;{..r..:.':,'fCx,; :\ .Y.,: ,'.:Yriy{:},w.y:7.: _4J : ,

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II.I I.: PERSONAL NEWS NOTES Angus At- LOXAHATCHEE Glades Sale-Market Nov.- Registeredand : 3 I if''

/ .i. WUWUWUWL.r commercial breeding
I If Angus
.t Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Stanley ofl Mrs. R. J. Schroder has returnedto cattle will be sold Friday. Novem-

Pahokee lefiLyesterday for Gainesville her home, after undergoing ber 3rd at the Glades Livestock

I |t to attend the home-coming surgery in Jackson Memorial Hospital Market, Belle Glade, when M_& M I

, i game played between Florida and. in Miami. Ranch of Loxahatchee holds its an 1

} L. S. U. Saturday afternoon. Mr. 'and Mrs. J.,,D. Latham of nual Fall Roundup Sale with a

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Unwin of Pa- Canal Point had as their weekend guest consignment of 15 bulls from ,

I 1 hokee were weekend guests of their house guests their son and his Gulfstream Farm at Fort Laud-

Mr. and Mrs. James Lath- erdale., .
son and daughter-in-law. Trooper family, t
Ii. and and little Shelia. of Three fine herd sires will be in-
and Mrs. Charles Humphries am, daughter,
i family in Stuart. Cocoa, also their daughter and fame cluded ,in the auction, thus create .

: ily, Mr. and Mrs. Audie Hooks, ;Jr., ing an unusual opportunity for
:I Mrs. Karney Gilbert returned and children Ronnie and Jonelle, breeders who wish to add top-notch mac;,

( Monday-to her home in Chipley, of Clewiston.Mrs. breeding bulls to their herds, reports -

Ga., after several days visit with Scott French, M & M man;

her brother and sister-in-law, :Mr. Glenda Padgett and infant ager.

and Mrs. Ike Maxwell in Pahokee.Mr. daughter returned Wednesday from 50 Angus bulls two to six years

Good ''Samaritan Hospital to the old will be sold in the auction with BIRDS. (LIKE 'PEOPLE) .-LOVE FLORIDA
and Mrs. S. S. Scruggs, Sr., home of her Mr. and Mrs. 35 M & M
I I parents, of them coming from the
of Runyon had as their weekend 134 KINDS LIVE HERE THE YEAR AROUND. 167 OTHERS ARE
Pope Sears in Canal Point. Ranch and 15 from Gulfstream.
guests their daughter and family, SEASONAL RESIDENTS. IN ADDITION, MORE THAN 100
I Also selling will be 30 purebred
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Clark and child II Mrs. C. L. Stuart of Canal Point OTHERS ARE SEEN OCCASIONALLY FLYING THROUGHOR -
Angus cows, with calves at side or
ren of Miami. I was taken ill Tuesday, night and OVER-THE STATE.
safe in calf, and 30 purebred open
I; I was admitted to the Good Samari-
I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hughes and heifers.
tan Hospital in West Palm Beach
children Susan and Stanley of for examinations and treatment. Commercial Angus selling include The Wood Ibis...

Runyon spent Saturday fishing. and 20 cows, all safe in calf, and NORTH AMERICA'S

boating at Salerno. Among,those attending the Palm 30 open heifers. ONLY STORK SEEMED.
Beach County Music Education The sale will begin at 12:30 p. m., IN DANGER OF EXTINCTION -

\ Sgt. Ted M. Beck, son-in-law of Meeting held Tuesday evening In with Bob Cooper of. _Sarasota as UNTILPHOSPHATE '
Mrs. Lola left Ft. Dix New
Ryals the Band Room in West Palm auctioneer. COM
Jersey, Monday, by plane'for Rockford .. i
Beach were Robert 0. Lampi, and I PANIES, COOPERATING ,
I France. His wife Mrs. Eliz- Mrs. Ellen Morgan of the Pahokee I Quarantines Are WITH THE AUDUBON : -

abeth Beck is residing in Pahokeeat SOCIETY MADE THEIR
High Faculty. ,
present but plans to join her Lifted In StateTALLAHASSEECommissioner SETTLING PONDS

husband soon. Miss Sandra Lampi, a student at t AVAILABLE AS PROTECTIYE -

the University of Miami is cele- ] SANCTUARIES. .' M' ,.. ...,r.. w
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Robinson of
brating her birthday anniversarythis of Agriculture Doyle Conner today 12'I
Vero Beach arrived here Tuesdayfor
weekend with her parents, Mr. announced all quarantines in Flor
visit with Col. and Mrs. W. S.
a .
and Mrs. Robert O. Lampi. of Pa- ida, both State and Federal, for
Evans of Port Mayaca. They had
I hokee. cattle fever ticks, with one Housing
made plans_to_,,make this trip" last 1 I have been lifted effective exception I Loans Are Strayers CalledTo
week but had to change? their Mr._and Mrs. Thomas Elliott, accompanied -
I October 17. Now Available Macon TuesdayMr.
schedule. by her mother Mrs. J. I
The quarantines at the "AfricaU.
B. Elliott, of Pahokee, returned I
Little Miss Kandi McCall, daughter Monday to their home in Meridian S. A." animal compound near I Families _living in small rural and Mrs. Jack Strayer were

of Mr. and Mrs. W .E. McCall of Miss., following a visit with rela- Boca Raton remain in effect, Con communities and in rural areas, called to Macon, Ga., Tuesday by

Canal Point was'a weekend visitorin tives in Pahokee. ner said. It was there that Afri- even though not engaged in farm- the death of her aunt, Mrs. GeorgeM.

Moore Haven as guest of her can red ticks were found in Sep- ing may now be eligible for the Warfield, October 23. Funeral

grandparents, Mr.' and Mrs. Dewey Mrs. George Ramey of Pahokee tember,. ''i960, the first time they housing loans, made by the Farmers services were held October 25: in

Tompkins. returned home Sunday from a ten had been identified on this conti- Home Administration, accord- Lyons, Ga. "

days visit with her son-in-law and i nent. Lifting of the quarantines ''Stewart Mrs. Don McKinnon of Miami is
to John S.
Mrs. G. TJ Echols and ing County
daughter daughter, Mr. and 'Mrs. Hugh G. there will be taken under consid- visiting her sister and brother
for the
Supervisor east coast coun-
Mrs. James
Teryl accompanied by ; Miller, II and baby 'son, Graham, eration by State and Federal auth- ties of Florida. Gloria and Dickie during the absence -

l Gibson and daughter Jamie were of Rockledge., orities at a later date. Act 1961 broadened I of her parents.
The Housing of -
Sunday visitors at the Tropical Since cattle fever ticks were I ..... .. .-
Gardens. Mr. and Mrs. F. M .Wilson of II I the eligibility requirements
found, on May 31, 1960 in south for rural As IN THE IIOSPITAL
Canal Point had as their weekend .housing loans., 'a re
Miss Judy Platt has returned tot house Mr. and ,Florida, more than one million cattle I I sult''oWnerS"'of non-farm tracts bf Patients remaining in the Paho-"*
guests Mrs. Hem'yStepp
her home in Pahokee after spend- also Mrs. Nellie'Bank all of have been systematically dip I land in rural areas and in small kee Hospital through Wednesday,
ing the past two weeks with her 'Penn. ped and inspected in infested areas, rural communities of not more than October 25: Mrs. Violet White, Mrs.

sister and brother-in-law, Capt. and Sundberry, according to Dr. C. L. Campbell director 2,500: population, as well as farmers Lillian Hatton and baby, Karen

Mrs. A. W. Schell 'in Cape Canav-. Mrs. Bill Woods tind children of of the Division of Animal I may be eligible for this type of Mullis, Charles Dixon, Mrs. Eliza

eral. Cocoa; returned home Sunday after Industry. A co-operative State credit. beth McClure, Mrs, :Mona Jaughlin -

spending the weekend Pahokee Federal eradication program got Gerinerdo Navarro, Calvin Pea-
,Capt. and Mrs. A. W. Schell and with her parents Mr. and Mrs. underway soon after the first tick: cock (Skipper), Mrs. Betty Wilson, I

their daughter Connie spent Sat- Brooks, Henderson. quarantines were established in TO VISIT IN FT. MEADMr. Rocky Church, Kathy Jean Con-
urday and Sunday morning with Martin and Palm Beach counties in nelT ana Mrs. Ethel Johnson all of
and Mrs. Otto Bleech of Pa
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mrs. Adaline Stuckey spent last June, 1960.Tripp i Pahokee.
Platt in Pahokee. weekend in West Palm Beach, as hokee left Monday for a visit with Lola Ann Trett and Mrs. Ruby

guests of Mrs. Trixie Lapper While their son and daughter-in-law, Dr. Miller and of Canal Point
Henry G. Rogers is in the Good AldermanOff and Mrs. David Bleech and Child- baby ;
there she
visited Mrs. Lapper'smother Mrs. Frances Ball and Mrs. Mary
Samaritan Hospital in West Palm ren of Fort Mead..
Mrs. Rosalee Weaver of To Special School \ Wood both of South Bay; 1.1"rs.Iva
Beach where he is undergoing tests Mr. ,Bleech suffered an attackof
that city, who is a patient in Good Hendrickson of Moore Haven; Mrs.
and and confined to
treatment. pneumonia was
Samaritan Hospital. Tripp Alderman, son of Mr. and the Pahokee hospital several days I Mildred Tankersley and Pearlee

i Miss Elinor Brackin of Pahokee Mr. and Mrs. Gene Waits of Pa- Mrs. L. G. Alderman of ,Pahokee, last week. Jones of Okeechobee; Trudie

visited, her parents. Mr. and Mrs. hokee had as-their weekend house has, left for Woodrow Wilson Smith of Clewiston; also Mrs. Bet- ,

Loydf Brackin, in Eagle Lake this guests her sister, Mrs. Earl Ross School in Fisherville, Virginia, ty Rogers and baby of Stuart.
he will take special trainingfor ...
past weekend. While there, she also and son Jimmy of Daytona Beach; where Ringling MovesTo
the handicapped. Tripp was A'l'TE.VIU MEETINGMrs.
also his mother Mrs. Edna Brandonof
visited Mrs. Pat McDonald and her
West Palm Beach. paralyzed as the result of an auto- Venice Home H. E. Unwin, President of
son, Rusty, who was born October
12.: : mobile accident and has been 'unable the W. M. U. of the First Baptist

to get around since that mis- VENICE -=The personnel officeof Church of Pahokee, attended the
I I.Mrs. Miss Janet Rhymes Is
J. P. Parker and Ricky were I IJ hap. His parents are anxious that the Ringling Bros. Barnum,and Annual W. M. U. meeting of the

J Sunday guests of ,Mrs. Parker's Wed To W. E. Hall all his friends know that he is.going Bailey Circus has moved from its Palm Lake Association last Thursday '

Mother, Mrs. Groover, in West to this special school and that old Sarasota quarters to'its new in Jn, the Riviera Baptist Church. P,
Palm Beach.. Mr. and Mrs. Lee L. Rhymes of they be thanked for their kindness Venice. She was 'accompanied by Mesdames -

'f. j 925 N. W. Ave. D of Belle Glade and assistance in getting him situ Pat Valdo, personnel, manager : P. S. Younger, D. H. Collier -
jMr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux announce the marriage of their ated there. ;: I who has spent 5&) years of his 80 in Marvin Crady, David Unwin,

were the weekend guests of Mr. daughter, Janet to Willie Ellis -- charge-of various phases of the circus Paul Watson, Guthrie Colvard, and

and Mrs. O. H. Chastain' and family Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Open House SundayAt supervised the transfer. He Joe Thompson.
in Thomasville ...
Ga. Hall of Bryant. -
said the staff,of about 12 will be increased
The wedding took place Saturday New ParsonageOpen ON 10 DAY LEAVE
Mrs. Wiley Tillis and Mrs. Paul I in Venice when the circus
Rardin were overnight guests of morning October 21, with B. S. show returns from the Road. Airman Johnny Kautz. son of
Johnson Circuit Judge officiatingin house will be held Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kautz of Ca-
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jaudon and .
the Charlton County Courthousein afternoon from noon until four nal Point returned here Tuesday .
friends in Wauchula Thursday and
Folkston Ga. o'clock at the handsome new from an eight weeks training in
The bridal couple are visiting Methodist parsonage* on Third Lackland Air Force Base in Texas.

Mrs. Will Nason and son, Nat returned the home of his parents until they Street in Canal Point. Members of Following a ten day leave he will

to their home in West Palm locate an apartment in Pahokee, the various women's groups will be report to,the Air Force Base in .

Beach Tuesday after several days following a short' wedding trip in charge of the afternoon's affair Of IUIRIITV -I Omaha, Neb.

Visit with Mr. and Mrs. Earl'Max- through Florida. and they extend a cordial invita- '

fion. Mrs. Hall was a member of the. tion to one and all to attend and

62-Senior class at Belle Glade. ;see first hand the*beautiful new 111 n 11 i i ri / and Mrs. J, V. Thomas Jr.. I II
Mr. Hall, a graduate of Pahokee parsonage made available for Rev. j

and daughter, Terri, spent Sundayas High School, class of 1960 also I and, Mrs. Robert Shelley.WEEK I
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob graduate of R.E.T.S. of Miami and FOR SALE :

Kelly in Ft. Pierce. is now employed lw The Erectors of END GUESTS .

Mrs. A. R. Chastain has returnedto Florida Incorporation. of this area. Mr. and :Mrs. Earl Wilson had]I New 3-Bedroom 2-Bath Homes
as their weekend guests, her sister j ,
her home after a visit in the
mountains; of North Carolina 'and PTA BOARD MEETINGThe and family Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy* Immediate Occupancy t I

other points of interest. regular Executive Board Higgins and daughters Cindy and t
Meeting of Canal Point P. T. A. Pam of West Palm Beach. Sunday j
Mrs. C. W. Connally and Mr. and will be held Thursday, Nov. 2 at Mrs. Wilson and :Mrs. Higgins honored I

Mrs. W. C. Connally ,and children 2:30p. m. in the,school library.All their father F. C. Sterns of j I .
of Coral Gables'Were the weekend officers.and committee chair- Canal Point on his'birthday anniversary -] Phone 7712 :- Blanton & Unwin: ,.1.1j

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray men are urged to attend this with a dinner- given at the' j,:

Singletary. meeting. Wilson home. T-I 1 'I i I I I I i -H-H-H'-H I'-H I-H"HHHH44: : -**+*;** i I

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;WMU 'Meeting :Held I

Monday Evening .
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general meeting
! of Canal Point Baptist Church, was j ij i

held :Monday evening the church Mr and Mrs. Dennis Padgett of

with Mrs. J. D. Latham, President, Pahokee announce the birth of a I

presiding, daughter Shelley Denise, born October -
tr.. Mrs. J. S. Atkins presented the I 21, in the Good Samaritan

:.... program on "That They May Be Hospital, West Palm Beach. Mr.
I Known in Manila and Indonesia". and Mrs. Pope Sears of Canal Point
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are the maternal grandparents and
First MethodistChurch Canal Point St \ ary's Catholic
f Holt assisted her in presenting Mr. and Mrs. Claude Padgett of

r Pahojcee aptistiOhuch *'Gftuiyh; the program.'Each-of the three Pahokee are the paternal grand-
dressed costumes.of_the.country
, J. J parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Sears
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Rev. Charles D. Stewart., Pastor, Father Francis Fennech, Pastor being studied. of Canal Point are the maternal
l. SUNDAY: ,SUNDAY: I Sunday Mass'- 11:30 a. m. Mrs. D..P. Hughes, prayer.chairman great-grandparents. .

&:'5 a. m.-Church, School 9:45 a. Sunday-School *. Confessions v % .. 'before Mass. gave the-call; ;grayer. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hatton of
. 11:00 a. m.-Morning"Worefalp 11:00 a.Sn.MorningWorship r -.b. t-: 'Following the program in the Pahokee are the parents of a son,

6:45 p. .MYF 6:30 p.'m. Training Union. Holy' NativityI church, the members were invitedto James Bryan, born in the EVerglades -
: 7:45p.. m.-Evening :Worship 7:30 p. mvA-Evening .WorshipWEDNESDAY
a social at the home of Mrs. Memorial Hospital October
TUESDAY. : *- %- .Episcopal! Church Paul Rardm honoring Mrs. Charles 21. ;

7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir prac 730m.-Prayer. Meeting i Pahokee Stewart, retiring W. M. U. presi- .Go.
ticeWEDNESDAY 4 i*-. .;
---- She
"dent. was presented a gift in
Canal Point
: M. Wendell Hainiin, vicar
The Methodist Church appreciation of her services as
i I 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions SUNDAY: president. Mrs. Rardin was assistedin Visit Georgia KinMrs.
: 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac Canal Point FloridaRobert 10 a. m.-Sunday School serving refreshments by Mrs. J.

tics.Canal .' 11 a. m. Worship ServiceChristian E..Williams 's. G. T. Echols, and
A/Shelley,, iPastor i A. H. Scruggs of Canal ,
SUNDAY: Mrs. J. L. McCall. Point accompanied by Mrs. W. N.
Point First Science .. '1
. 10:00 a. m.-Church School Veal and her son James drove up .
Baptist Church ,11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Group Of Canal PointHow Attend -Lake to Atlanta Thursday night and returned i
6SO; p. m. Youth Fellowship, home Sunday. Mrs. Scruggs
Elder R. :E.Barfield *7:3Tp.: ( m.-Evening Worship I to avoid the mistakes of the Association MeetsRev. visited her children, Mf. and Mrs. "

SUNDAY: MONDAY: past will .,be brought out Sundayin Alvin Garrett and children Mike
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice I all Christian Science churches. i and Mrs' Charles D. Stewart and Mattie, also Horace Scruggs in
. 11:00 a. xn.-Morning Worship TUESDAY: Highlighting the Lesson-Sermon and.A. W. Jones of Canal-Point Marietta. Mrs. Veal and, James
, 7:00 p. .-B. T. C. 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st I,entitled "Everlasting Punishment"I attended both sessions of the Palm were the guests of her niece, Mr.

8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Tuesday J I the Golden Text from the Bible: Lake Association Annual Meetingof and Mrs. Tom Nessmith, of College
WEDNDESDAY: '2nd MONDAY: "Wherefore doth a living man com- the Baptist churches, held Park. Enroute the party made a

, 7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer 7:30 p. ID..-Esther Class meeting I plain, a man for the'punishment of i,Thursday evening in' Riviera and call on Mrs. Scruggs' son-in-law
.% Service WEDNESDAY his sins? Let us search and try our I I Friday at the, Belvedere Baptist I i and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin

2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: 7:30 p. m.-Prayer... Meeting. I ways and turn again to the Lord" Church. Padgett, and son, Jimmy, in
7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary -8 ii (Lam. 3). I I Rev. James Boyd was re-elected Gainesville.

Meeting. St. Peter's Lutheran I One of the citations to be read moderator of the Palm Lake Asso- .

....6- from "Science and Health with Key ciation also Rev. Hal Hunter was
Church Belle Glade Masquerade Party
Firs Baptist to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker re-elected vice-moderator. Both I
; Eddy states: "Mortals move on- men were former pastors of the For Sorority GroupThe
Church, PahokeeGuthrie August Koerber, Pastor ward towards good or evil as time Pahokee Baptist Church.

601 W..Lake 'Rd.,.Belle Glade J..glides on. If' mortals are not pro- Rev. Stewart and A. W. Jones home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.S. .

W. Colvard :Minister SUNDAY: M. J gressive, past failures will be repeated were named on special committees. Plumer was the scene of a hal-
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Divine Services 11 A. until all wrong work is effaced Also among those attending the loween masquerade party given by

' Morning. Worship 11:00 a. m. School 9:45 A.M._ ia: r* or rectified. The divine W. M. U. Annual Meeting Thursday XI Alpha Mu Chapter Beta SigmaPhi

_ Training Union -6:30' p. m. method of paying sin's wages in- were Mrs. J. D. Latham and Mrs.J. I Sorority last Thursday even- .
Evening Worship -- 7:30 p. m. The'Pahokee Church volves unwinding one's snarls and H. Strayer of Canal Point W. ing. Husbands of the members were

Wednesday Prayer Of The Nazarene learning from experience how. to M. U.Bea. guests. Mrs. Dorothy Hillier Chairman -
: .
Service 7:30 m. .
p. divide between sense and Soul (p. I of the social committee and
A, welcome to all. -
warm'- '-- Rev. Max IX .Jones, Pastor' 240). Wroten Has A her co-workers were in charge of
433'BaCom Paint Rd. the arrangements. Door prize was

The Church Of .,God Phone .7528 ,P."O..'Box.882 Church Of God, Birthday Party I awarded to Mrs. Melvin Spoonerfor
SUNDAY SERVICES: the best costume.
Of Prophecy Pahokee .. ..
Barf .
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. ield Highway Mrs. Lee Wroten of 379 Banyon I -
11:00 a. m.-Sunday-Worship. Avenue entertained at heir home TO NORTH CAROLINAMr.
Canal Point Road I '
6:30 p. m.-Juniors. Pahokee, Fla.J. Tuesday, at 3:30 p. m.with a birth- and Mrs. Lee Shirley of Pa
John H. Kinard, pastor 7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening I W. Hughes Minister day party for her daughter, Bea hokee left Saturday for North Car-
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Evangelistic Service. Phone 3736 on her sixth birthday anniversary.Mrs. olina. They were accompanied to
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service WEDNESDAY *
: >SUNDAY: Paul Tillery and Mrs.Ada- Atlanta by Mrs. Charles Sears and
i i 7:45 p.; m.-Eyange11aU Service ';:30' p. 'xn.-Midweek Prayer 9:45 School Sears had been
a. m.-Sunday: line Wroten assisted her with the young son. Mrs.
, 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. meeting. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship arrangements. j visiting her parents Mr. and :Mrs.
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8:00 W.LJJ. "Where a stranger utonce"
p. m. Th'sday- you :are
Everyone welcome. Special! musio 7:30 p. m. -Evangelistic Ser .Lanna Lynn Elliott of Okeecho-j I Homer Barnes of Pahokee and Mr.
', viceTUESDAY bee was among the guests attend. I and Mrs. H. H. Sears in Canal

, ..and singing.CLASSIFIED. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Burr spent : ing the party. I I Point.
. 7:30 m.-Prayer Service
ADS I Sunday with their cousin, Mrs. THURSDAY p. ', .
PAY'BIG 'DIVIDENDS Porter, in Wauchula.. -
I 7:30 p. m. ,Youth for Christ I -

; t 111111111 111'* ''HH'" .;.fr.|..|..}.fl.fr!l>-II- -'H-H-- --HI- -!-I-- !-f-I--If Service..- I Thinking. About Building?

Church Leaders In

Need Money 1 Meetings In Tampa ,
; : For Free Estimates, Call -

,<.. TAMPA-Nearly 1,000 educators' ,

_ 1 To BII i hi B? l r ri and church leaders f from throughout WILEY TILLISGeneral : ;

i Florida will converge on Tam r '
I panext week attending three state Building Contractor !
," conventions all being held within a
: H 'S'0 '+ four-day period, it was announced
: *1 today by the Convention Bureau* ofthe Box 54' PAHOKEE Pb.7127iJ'

, 1 Greater Tampa Chamber of
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i c :+i: Largest of the three meetingswill I

be the annual convention of the

:! ::11 pals.Florida Over Secondary 400 school School principals Princi will Monday Cattle Sales :

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I .._'" .. .",- ; :.. '. I I Tuesday, the Florida Council of iJ Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market .
\ : :-. : l: Churches will open a two-day than 120
+ 'which is owned and operated by more
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leaders are expected from throughout receive here
KI enjoy the excellent service you
Home Financing Is Our Specialty Florida. '
at all times to give
Thursday, over 300 Day School at.this Market.We make an effort .

.3 When you finance your home here, you deal with and Preschool leaders will arrive an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us .

.Y a local association with headquarters right herein for the annual meeting of the Flor- a trial.
ida,Association for Children UnderSix. i
0 community and whose officers and emsplopees
: : our '
'Nationally known 'experts in : :
are sincerely interested in seeing that the field of child, 1 development. will

: you attain; true, debt-free home ownership. .' dctr 3s..UJe. .gf.pp. :.. SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. In. .
. JJ-H-8"H-H H I t JIll 1r -
and Mrs. Lewis Friend and Livestock Market '

EVerglades Federal Mr. and Mrs. Rupert :Mock are expected -: Glades .

;' i to return this weekend to ASSOCIATION
their homes in Pahokee, from a .
SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION hunting trip in Colorado and a On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10.000 BY,FKDEEL&X. SAVINGS bankers convention in California.
F AND LOAN INSURANCE OORPORATIOH Enroute home they plan to stop in I. Phone WY 6-3028 George Young Managerry
49 8. W. ATX. V BKLUE GLADE HBOHS WT ft-MCf Gainesville and attend the home
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- Pap Eight The Everglades News.Canal Point. Florida Friday, October 27, 1961

Florida:Dairy,Show ;;Chippley. J.i i Luke Dufresne Is
( Precinct
!!;:-1i; MeetingAt Florida Fairs To
I'. ,.rrc 'i\--\ E. Davis, Washington County agricultural -
B' ont : Glades BuildingThere agent and dairy show Lions Club Speaker J
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.t- : ';.:-.: Be Better manager reported that the 106
Bigger I Luke DuFresne,Administratorof a
has been in the animals offered were the finest
b> by a' change _______ of the Everglades Memorial Hospital -
shown there from
; ruI' meeting of all Glades Precinct j ever point
at the Ca-
was.guespeaker ;
. and better than ever. quality.
: Workers for the School Trustee "Bigger '\''
Millage Election of 'November 7th That's mighty fair talk but it Eight fairs or shows including a nal Point Lion' Club.Meeting Mon

:1 1 Florida 1961.- I, fits the 1961-62 schedule of Florida Junior Livestock and_Poultry-Show dayevening.. J. G. Weeks, President .1

I C borlmantolApncu The' meeting 'for"Poll Workers' Fairs and Livestock Shows ,at Ocala;have already been staged presided over the business

\ fronm Precincts 35, 36, 37, 38, 38-A "Brighter shows, better turn-out," .at points, mostly. in north.Florida. session.A. ,
"I'm afraid' I don't know much 39, and 40'Will be held at the Glades officials and manageriaie report. R. Harrington Program .1
about a farm," a: charming lady Office Building. State Road 441 at ing from nine fairs and livestock .11\IOVE'TO \V. P. BEACH Chairman introduced DuFresne,
who in this talk brought the Lions .
said to me recently. "My husband Hooker Highway between Belle shows which led off the Florida i iI

'and I live in an apartment and we Glade and Pahokee at 8:00 p. m., season. Sgt. and Mrs. C. M. McWilliams Club members up-to-date on the '
and color of the\ and family former residents of'Pa- financial affairs of the Hospital. \
The usual chatter
don't even have a garden. So, you October 30th 1961. I '
see, your Department of Agricul- midways are backed up by more hokee moved this'week.,from Jacksonville R. J. Schroder member of the I
exhibitseven West Palm Beach. He is Pahokee Lions Club attended the
varied class to .
and higher I
ture doesn't have much to do
$100 Prize Offer with the Florida Highway meeting along with two other visit-
; people like us In the city." than last year's impressive I
Patrol Division. ors.
statewide 'series. ,
"You'll be suryrised to learn in

how many ways the Department'swork For New Ag Slogan G. ,C. Norman, program specialist !- I ....... --- .
with the state division of Agri-
l affects your everyday life I + I 1 II I J J .
. replied. "First of all let's'consider cultural Education, said that youth

the food you eat. Everything you TALLAHASSEE-CommlssiQner i participation overall comparedwith 44THEATRE S

. buy in the food line-fresh, frozen of Agriculture Doyle Conner today previous years-had attained

package meat, poultry, eggs, milk' announced the official_rules for the this year the highest point on .

-practically anything you can Florida Agricultural slogan con- record. PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN

name is subject to inspection by test andm invited entries fromthroughout North Florida Fair at Tallahassee -

our inspectors. the State in the.Florida drawing entries and exhibits Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade RoadS
'. _ _
"Do you happen to have a dog?" product identification program. from many North Florida counties .
She nodded. Several weeks' ago Conner madean I 2 BIG FEATURES
will have in its FFA division
"You'll be interested to know I offer of $100 to the person or
alone 155 head of breeding hogs I I SUNDAY -
food canned firm that came with a slogan
that all dog or dry up and 5 barrows, Norman said. SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY OCTOBER 20-30-31
must be registered with the Department a mark a phrase or symbol 'that
Moreover, a Beef Cattle Show
I OCTOBER 29-30-31
would ideally promote Florida agricultural "THE GRASS IS
and pass our inspection. will feature entries in youth and
* products. The offer was I "WILD IN THE
adult divisions at Tallahassee.I GREENER"COUNTRY"
J She was interested now and I made during the meeting of the North Florida Fair Manager Lloyd i
continued: Florida Fruit and Vegetable Asso- CARY GRANT, DEBORAH KERI
Rhoden said that 4-H and FFA par-:
"I suppose you use an insect ciation in Miami Beach. ticipation would be exceptionallygood ELVIS PRESLEY HOPE LANGE AND ROBERT 3IITCHUM
and them?" she "Such an identification would
spray now Again
this year, with extras including TUESDAY WELD AND -ALSO-
and better
nodded. mean more consumer
a flower show and a separate
"Every pesticide sold in Florida acceptance of our quality citrus and I "home" division. MiLLIE PERKINS "MY DOG, BUDDY"This .

liquid or .dry, must be registered other fruits and vegetables" said
with the department. Not long ago Conner. "I feel that Florida is missing Highly successful was the West < i M i 11 H..M.I. vi.I..M.H..M..I, I I I i I I I I I I I ." : f : : f : : :..f. }-+.)

we warned residents of a large i a good bet by not having a

Florida city against using an un- ; proper identification of all of its .. .....nvj... .w ........x14 .:.,...... ..-:.

registered pesticide which our an- I quality products." 1
alysis showed contained a deadly Since his initial offer of'$100, the: ;

poison that could cause death by Commissioner reported that the _
absorption through the skin." Florida Fruit and Vegetable .Association
...:. i .':!'i'al:,,:
that i' .tiy;;;
had added $100 and {; {
Then I asked her about an auto!

mobile. She informed me she and there there may be several other .

her husband, owned two car offers raising the prize money in I !F.v:;;

"Then you'll be glad to know" the near future. L

I explained, "that the Official Rules for Agricultural. 'Y !
Department I ;; :.ry: "r: : Si :i$'
4s constantly alert to protect your,i Slogan Contest follow: -

t interests as a user of gasoline ,and Each.entry must be submitted Individually Z

brake fluid. We inspect all light petroleum printed on a plain pieceof ; .y.

products sold in Florida- paper. Name and address of con-

gasoline and kerosene principally testant must be attached to each

-and their dispensing pumps or entry.

meters to make sure -you get the Added entries to the Florida : ri.
quantity and quality for which you Agricultural Slogan Contest De-

are charged." partment of Agriculture, State I
s s t t Capitol, Tallahassee Florida.

"No doubt you have a doctor's Entries must be postmarked not I
later than December 31, 1961. No
prescription filled now and then I
entry will be accepted if delivered
continued. "Very soon we shall be
later than January: 5, 1962.
checking for accuracy all of the Winning entries will be selectedby

delicate scales used by druggist an independent panel of judges t /

throughout the state. When we add to be named by the Commissioner I
that task to our ,current inspec- I .
of Agriculture. little
,, lovely phone goes tastefully
tions, the range scale capacities -
in any bedroom. saves time and steps

within our jurisdiction will include I Mrs. Jean Bacon whenever there are calls to make or take.
weights from a fraction of a grainup

to 100,000 pounds and more." Honored At.Party ?J>
"But I: thought agriculture has to !
To each her
do with farms and growing things :Mrs. Jean Bacon, recently moved own

like cows and chickens and pigs," with her family from Pahokee to

the lady said. "I had no idea your i Belle Glade honored with \
was a
; Nowadays you see Princess -. fu.Uy.'Why not a Princess for
Department covered so many different dessert bridge party Saturday at I
fields." phones in the nioest bedyou: or for someone in your
the home of Mrs. Jess Elliott. Mrs. .'
She was partly right, of course. Ellis Walston was co-hostess and rooms of the nicest homes. family? can Telephone} '

We do render many services to the both were assisted in the entertain- They fill the need for an exBusiness Office or''a any
producers of agricultural products.But Mrs. Elliott's mother Mrs.
ing by ,
tension and fill it beauti- .servicemanTBy
in addition the Departmentserves Emma Wheeler. telephone.

ALL the people'of Florida The party included sixteen

in many, many ways through its guests, high scores were Mrs. Rob-.

Inspection activities fpr the protec- ert Apelgren Mrs. Frank

tion of,many kinds of consumers. and Mrs.,James G. Friend'i
She's only one of many thousands
also the guest prize was presented
who aren't aware of it.x to Mrs. Bacon.
Mrs. Clyde Harvey, Mrs. Elliott's
Because I'm proud.of our Depart- sister; Lakeland and Mrs. Joe

ment and the many services we: Friedlund of Belle Glade were theo

render, it's always a pleasure to t of town.guests.Sonority ..
tell our story wherever I go. What -

surprises me is that so many people -

think that, because they don't ; Group In I .
live on a farm or are not engagedin Hatton Home Meet <.< .. ,
some sort of agricultural activIty .

they have no interest in, or The Beta OmicronChapter of the .'.....1 t \ ,..MIII \ .,

benefit from, 'their Department of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met at '!::.*. < .
Agriculture.Of the home, of Mrs. Laura? Hatton, I : '. ..-:'J.,.. '. '.'.' ,. .<..- .'."'......>. .' course I wouldn't expect to' with Mrs. Louise Zaccagnino pre :;
I :<' : [t t
make much of an impression on the siding. d>

type of person of whom the storyis Mrs. Elaina Mindlin presented a I
s A Princess of her own means privacy
told that a friend asked her on program on "The Menace of Com-
for a teen-ager, peace and quiet for
her first visit to Florida "And how I munism to the American Way of
parents.There's a choice of decorator -
,did you come down here-by trainor I Life."
colors-white, beige, pink, blue
plane?" Plans were made for a costume 't
the bedside a Princess phone gives orturquoisl.Asmaliseparaterinpr .
"Well, really I don't know" she party and covered-dish supper M
daytime comfort nighttime security. The neatly the baseboard.dial .
replied. "Yeu see my husband be held at the home of Mrs.Frances goes
lights up when you lift the receiver.
\ bought the tickets." Moore in honor of the Chapter'sfive
You can make calls in the dark or when

,Henry Green Rodgers of Bryant Plans new were pledges.completed for the tight is subdued. Southern i\lIell

was admitted to SL Mary's Hos- club to sponsor a benefit rummage ,

pital early this week for x-rays and sale with Mrs.,Zaccagnino in chargeof .'.{:. tT UJII"1. "' '''

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