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: November 3, 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
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 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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- Again 1 Day By Day In Just One Way--Sugar-- Blue Devils PlayOkeechobee .

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I __ Glades Get Sweeter And Sweeter -I

In an"Off agin on agin," attitude \ i Pahokee Blue Devils, boastinga
the first of the week, Palm six to one record for the season
,r Day by day in one way via 2,563 acres for the total of 5,765 ers Co-Op, a vegetable co-op head- "
Beach County's Board of Public Instruction will journey to Okeechobee tonight
sugar cane-the western section of I acres. Both groups met jointly to ed by Ray Roth. 1
:l and that board's attorney for battle with the Okeechobee
Palm.Beach county known as the make the award. The lease calls for at least $75-,
1 had the upcoming election next Brahmas. Five of the wins by the
Lake Okeechobee Farming Region! Jack Thorne, Gladeview sales 000 'worth of improvements to be
I Tuesday all messed up a day or ) Blue Devils were in Conference ,-
-gets sweeter and sweeter. Day by manager, told the IIF board his made over the 10-year period, but
two. Finally, following,opinions: by play with the other win outsidethe
t day more acreage is turned to that. I group will spend a half million dollars officials of Gladeview said they .
the attorney and Registrar Dan loop..
: delectable sweetner and more millions during the next three years, plan to spend more than $500,000in I
Gorham, the school board ,contacted Last Friday.night the Devils
t change hands in the various f providing roads, drainage ditches improvements to the land which .
: proper authorities in Tallahassee hosted the Stuart eleven on the Pa- '
deals being worked up to convert and structures. All of these, he not- will be used for sugar cane and also 1'
and came up with what vot- hokee field and trounced their an- .
t more muckland to sugar cane. ed, will revert to the state when for raising cattle and growing
ers hope will be a final conclus- cient rival by a score of 19 to 0.
Well over 5.000 acres of unim- the lease expires. winter vegetables.The .
ion before next Tuesday's voting. Harold Peacock passed to Jim \
proved state lands in the Glades 'I Gladeview's bid"edged out a $6- lease further calls for gradu- '
School Trustee Roswell ,Harrington Vandegrift for two scores. The 1
area were leased to Gladeview ,an-acre offer from another Glades ated rentals of $2 per acre for the
of Canal Point came throughthe first covered 70 yards in the sec- I
Sugarland Inc. of Belle Glade I group, Pelican Bay Co-Op, which first two years; $4 per acre for the
qualifications with no opposi- ond period, and the second was
Tuesday by the State Cabinet. I planned to use the land primarily.. next two years; $6 per acre for the j
tion and two trustees on the east good for 25 yeards and a late'I I
The state Board of Education for vegetables> fifth and sixth years; $8 per acre
coast drew opposition in the last I I fourth period TD. Peacock scored i
owns 3,202 acres and the Internal Principals in Gladeview are for the seventh and eighth years;
days before the qualifications clos- the other TD early in .the fourth I
Improvement Fund Trustees owns stockholders in Lake Shore Grow- and $12.50 acre for the last 2 years.
ed. In an opinion by the school period' when he gathered in a punt i

board attorney Mr. ,Harringtonwould I '". and scampered back 43 yards.
t tStuart
have to run county wide and 41 FFA Members In Carnival LocallyIs I Will Find AboutCertificate I : drove to the Devil eigntin .L'" ;

could have been opposed by a can- the first quarter, but Pahokee i
Nite MeetThe I Issue
didate on the east coast in a writein Monday held. Halfback Pete Valentino was ;

effort. Should this have been successful A Big Success the Tigers' leading threat in the !
F. F. A. of Pahokee High I A county delegation is slated fora
the Glades would have come drive.
School met,Monday evening in the trip to Tallahassee in the near
out of the deal with no representation John Russom ran for one con i f
Agriculture Building with Bill future to discuss a proposed rev-
on the board of trustees. Mr. and Mrs. Joe, cherrychair- version, but was stopped on a sec-
Johnson, president, presiding over enue certificate program to finance
The final decision by the school men of the Canal Point School and ond attempt and Stuart also stop- 1
the business session. road and bridge improvements in
board is that the election will be P. T. A. Halloween Carnival reported ped Skipper Peacock on his similar
Forty-one members were present Palm Beach County. "
a net profit of $350.00 made at,
conducted just as such elections attempt. .
including twelve g re e n The delegation will include a I
have been, conducted for many the Carnival Tuesday night. I The game was the first in 13 in / i
hands" Among .those twelve were, All of the booths showed a nice member of the County Commission,
yearS. M.Harrington will, run in which Pahokee End Jim Sugg did
Mike&atistar.Herman:Clark?James .-well J., P. Icard comptroller and W. C. I
profit and all were -attendedbut
Glades" withoutjbppos-, catch He had
the district not at least
one pass. .
TDurrance, Gordon Hand; WaynePeacock Store 'Booth" Goss, .financial advisor who will **"
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tion That should clear up thematter two chances but missedT .. ,
Wayne Peaden, Joseph meet with representatives of the "
Ruth Stewartand
to the satisfaction of all con- sponsored by Mrs. Pahokee's chief ground gainers \
Repper Cecil Rushing, Billy Mac her third grade pupils was out- Development Commission to map \
75 and
cerned. Russom with yards
Sheffield ,and Steve Scott. in and final details of the issue. were :
standing popularity profit Harold Peacock with 57. '
Billy Kenney reported on the five netting, made possible by the en- County Commission Chairman I

Green Lite Given acres of sugar cane -which the tire community. Ben Sundy was authorized this

group planted Saturday. week to name the committee.In Woman's Club Has I
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Plans were made to doctor the another action, the board approved

Ramie Mill RoadGiving cattle on Saturday.Joe Repper won retaining Ford Thompson,

a F. F. A. jacket for winning the Acreage Limit Tallahassee attorney to help handle Fanjul As Speaker

chalk race. the county's legal affairs in con-
a green light for Ramie ... I .
Off Cane For 1962 nection with the issue.Pesticide
Mill Road 'In the Everglades was II R. E. Fanjul of Pahokee, was the

among several actions taken this 1500 PTA Delegates I guest speaker Wednesday at the

week by the County Commission., WASHINGTON Acreage restrictions -i Study Pahokee Womens Club luncheonand

Commissioner Paul Rardin, Ca- Meet In HollywoodMore will be off sugar cane in I program meeting. The subjecthe

nal PoiAt, asked and won approvalof the mainland, growing areas of Planned Locally chose was "The CommunistNext

the board for special help In Florida and Louisiana in 1962 for I Door" One of the most important -

clearing' right-of-way deeds which than 1500 delegates are expected the third consecutive time and things ,he stressed in his

have been holding 'up construction to attend the 38th annual probably for the last time. The County Agricultural Depart-I talk was "The one thing, the iron

of the 2.5 mile road-cost, of whichis convention of the Florida Congressof The Agriculture Department an- ment has been notified by curtain can't keep out is the truth."

being shared by a group of Parents and Teachers to be held nounced Monday there would be Mulrennan, Director Bureau of Mrs. M. P. Stanley, the club pro-

Glades growers and the county.In at the Hollywood Beach Hotel, Hol- no production restrictions but said Eontomology, State Board of Health gram chairman, introduced, Mrs.

another action, the commission lywood Florida, November 14-13, production is expanding rapidly,I that a series of. meetings will Fanjul, the program chairman for

agreed to ask the State Road 1961. The theme of convention especially in Florida. I be held by the Florida State Boardof this meeting, who in turn intro-

Department to, set start of con- is -"The Family Builds Positive The department said present Health on highly toxic pesti- duced her husband.

struction for improvement of Pal- Values." estimates indicate that even if cides. Mrs. B. R. Mosley, president was

metto Park Road in Boca Raton Mrs Clifford N. Jenkins of Rcs- new legislation raises marketing Hearings will be definitely on in charge' of the business. It was

for April 1, 1962 In connection lyn Long Island 'New York, the quotas for mainland cane sugar, regulations governing the sale and voted for the club to co-sponsor .;

with this same project, the board president of the, National Congressof i acreage restrictions 'probably will 1 I use, of highly toxic pesticides by with the Pahokee Garden Club in

learned that some right of way Parents and Teachers will be I be necessary for the 1963 crop. : Governmental Research, Agricultural their Christmas decoration project I

problems were still slowing down present and will deliver the and Related Users and other and have the decorations display in \

the project. The commission votedto ing session's address on OPP.D-I I users. the Womans Club building in early I

name appraisers to price the I evening entitled "The F a Meetings in Palm Beach County December Mrs. C. B. Stringari. '"

needed right of way for state ap- Builds." Vending Machines will be held in West Palm Beach chairman with Mrs. M. P. Stanleyand

proval. Mrs. Jenkins was first vice president May Be Ousted and Canal Point. The West Palm Mrs. Lewis Friend of this pro-

The board also approved and of the National Congress from Beach meeting will be held at 9:00a. ;

forwarded to the State Road Dept., 1958 to 1961, chairman of its com- From Co. Buildings m. to 1:00 p. in. on November 7, I ject.Guests included Mrs. Helen

a right of way appraisal for im mittee on legislation from 1952 to I 1961. 'II'Schroder, Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Mrs.

provement of State Road 804-cost I 1958 and vice president from Region The gum, cracker and cigarette The Canal Point meeting will be Theo Adams, Mrs. Joe Thompson

which was listed at 29104. I I I .I (New England and New vending machines which stand in held at the Community Building, I Mrs, Norman Kennedy, Mrs. Alt- 1

I York State from .1948 to 1951. She the halls of many county buildingsmay November 7, 1961, from 2:00: p. m. man Morgan, Mrs., Curtis Chase '

McCall Child 5 j was president of the New York I I have to go* the County Com- to 5:00: p. m. Mrs. L. L. Shirley Mrs. Jess Elliott

State Congress of Parents and I I mission learned this week. I It is understood that these meet- and her mother, Mrs. Emma

Dies Following Coma Teachers from 1944 to 1947. An opinion from State Attorney ings are open to the public and any Wheeler, also M. P. Stanley, Glenn

Mrs. Howard M. Weenick of St. General Richard Ervin said only individual interested in a full understanding Powell, and Manning Keen.

The five-year-old daughter of Petersburg, president of the Flor- the Florida Council for the Blind of the regulations on .

the H. B. McCall's in Belle Glade ida Congress of Parents and Teachers has authority to operate such vend- highly toxic pesticides should be FAMILY DINNERMr.

died in a West Palm Beach hos- will preside at all sessions of ing machines in county buildings present as the regulations will be and Mrs. Joe Hatton, Sr.,

pital Thursday (yesterday) morning the convention. and collect the profits fully and thoroughly explained. Mr. and Mrs. John Hatton, Mr. and

following an attack of sleeping .. The opinion was asked by the -.-. Mrs. Joe Hatton, Jr., Dr. and :Mrs.

sickness. She was found in a coma. Mrs. :M. P. Stanley, Mrs. Wiley commission after the Sheriffs office Mrs. Don Kepp, of Canal Point, Lester Hatton, Mr. and Mrs. K. L.

', Sunday morning and was rushed to Tillis and Mrs. B. R. Mosley, all ofPahokee and County Juvenile Dept. Mrs. Sadie Barwick and Mrs. Rupert i Zaccagnimo and Miss Dorothy Hat-

West Palm Beach. Her. grandparents attended the district I asked commission: permission to Mock spent Thursday with their ton along with Lt.'and Mrs. Bill

'. are Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Jones board meeting of the Women Club put vending machines into, opera- father, J. .C. Cochran at the Lar- Hatton enjoyed a family dinner

\ % of Belle Glade. Thursday in Vero Beach. tion. gay Hospital in Nary Ja. Saturday evening. .

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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, November 3, 1961

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with not only local but state, .national Council, Chairman .oi Palm Beach I He attended Stetson University
and world problems that Aluminum Scrap Drive, original j where he completed and received '
may arise in the future." and first Chairman of American!.two degrees-one in Business Administration -
'"We have many many fine edu- Cancer Society; an original and .I and one in Law. While
cators in our school system and in first Chairman of Palm Beach attending Stetson University, :Mr.
addition to their skills it is alwaysfor I County Heart Association; memberof Nemec acted as Head Freshman
the best interest of the community Palm Beach Resources Development Football Coach and made Honorable -
I that men with other back- Board. .lIe.is. a member of I Mention on all S. I. A. A.
grounds and experience in differ I the American Legion; Veterans od; (Southern Intercollegiate Athletic
L LThe
L4 ( ent fields of endeavor be members, Foreign Wars. Also a member of I Association) ,
II of the team." Mr. Nemec further 40 and 8;; formerly a member of "I not only believe in American '

stated,.,"The Educational System United States American Legion .principles", he said "but I believein
= needs someone of business exper Committee for Housing; former securing these principles for our
ience combined with legal train- President of the Reserve Officers youth that they may live and grow
I ing to blend with the thinking of Association of the State of Florida under the ideals established by the
., Rardin Building In Canal. Point, Florida those in the school system who are and President of Stetson University sacrifices that our forefathers
prepared primarily in the education .- A I u m ni Association; made so we might live in freedom
THE LAKE OKKEOHOBEE REGION HOME OFi field. A system should never member! of Kiwanis; author of under God."

become too specialized in one field, I 1 pamphlet "Power of the. Treatyover "For these reasons and also be-
i I THE EVERGLADES NEWS but needs _the views and expres-' the Constitution of the United cause I have always given freely
sions of other fields, both business States" and was listed in "Who's of my time to the promotion and
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without and otherwise." Who in the South and Southwest", advancement of the educational
Interruption Every Week for More,Than 30 Years He is a past Vice-President: of 1954 through 1961 He is also As-I profrom in Palm Beach County I
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday the Florida State Junior Chamberof sistant Sunday School Department feel that I am qualified for and

Subscription Price $2:00 Year In AdvanceThe Commerce' as well as past presi-I Superintendent in his Church. I look forward to the support of the
dent of the West Palm I I Mr. Nemec is a Commander. fine citizens of this County.
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office for Chamber of Commerce. He is a S. Navy Reserve; participated in' .
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter member of the Palm Beach County the American Theatre, AsiaticPacific WEEK OF PRAYERThe
Bar Association and a former See- Theatre and European The- members of the Canal Point
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher 'retary Treasurer of the AssociaI .- atre. He received a special com- Methodist Womens Society of
tion AmericanBar mendation from Admiral Randall Christian Services
; a member of the met Tuesday
Association since 1936. He is a Jacobs and presently holds the.evening in the Church Sanctuaryand
Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting .1 I former member of the Board of rank of Commander, U. S. Navy completed their week of Prayer -

Directors*of Gulfstream Boy Scout Reserve. I and Self-Denial Services.
Of The Palm Beach I


I County Commission >Stinravrcr/rcr/sosfly, v Y oJ'

The county commission this Appproved calling for bids for
week decided to hold up a proposed I some $21,000 in improvements ""at I{ LIILThi.

plan for establishing precinct boundaries the two County Childrens" Home. I
in an effort to make fire con- Received a bid from the Over-
trol district boundaries conform to land Construction Company for Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
precinct lines. $21,188 to ''remodel the county I
The delay was pushed by Com- stockade. SALES and SERVICE
missioner Edward Bandlow who Appproved a base operators lease #
said fire control boundaries should I at Lantana airport for Floridian I Heating Air
: Conditioning Appliances
/ be tentatively plotted at this' timein Aviation Inc., as a successor to
order to assure that referendum: Palm Beach Aviation Inc., which I,
elections for fire control in the outlying has. moved to International' Air. I 5G &&9&$ #4 1$

areas could be held. port. !
The commission must, by the Received bids for county injury I
first of the year, establish precinct and liability insurance{ the appar-
boundaries according to law. ent low bidder the Atlantic Insur-t

County Engineer Steve Middleton ance Agency, Inc at a quote of REDDY _
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the*county precincts will -8_ I v
likely jump from a present 47 to
... James Nemec I Is
the neighborhood of 100. The precinct KILOWATT .
revision will alsq call for ad- I ; .
ditional voting machines, he said. Asking Reelection $:
In other actions this week the I

commission Received :a request from the School Trustee I HELPS MAKE

Palm Beach County Shrine Club .. ,
asking to purchase county lands '
James Nemec in announcing his VYf
adjacent to t!:e club for parking 94
candidacy for School Board Trus FLORIDA b.
purposes. tee. District No. 1 of Palm Beach ,

County, a non-paying job, stated -. .
.. that he was running to succeed \
himself at the request of many in- A LEADING : r
Classified Ads dividuals ,and a sincere desire to I ;1 71: s r
do his best for the betterment of I

SPARE ROOMS for rent If you our school system. !
James Nemec born has I
Chicago ,
have one, get in touch with this
been a resident of the State of
newspaper and insert a $1 classified -
Florida for over thirty years and is J
ad. It will get results. All ads ,
payable in advance.The EvergladesNews married to the former Ruth Bartlett -I .
Canal Point, Fla. daughter of Reverend WilliamQ. STATE
Bartlett. Mrs. Nemec was born
SAMPLE COPIES of last week's raised, educated and grew up in
edition of The Everglades News Palm Beach County. They are the
I s were mailed in Canal Point and parents of seven children six of : l !

... new subscriptions will be welcomed whom are now attending the public 0 r J i
I this week. Just $2.00 for a year schools in Palm Beach County.
will keep you informed of happn-:
J .Mr. Nemec states that. he is
,; ings in this area. pleased with the present t achieve- w-0rr.

FOR SALE: New and used Will>n ments of the Palm Beach County '
Jeeps.. W alter AshLey'a Garage School Board and the Trustees, in FARM BETTER
In Belle Glade, Phone 3033.Oct. that among other things duringhis f :fir..
; '17-54-ch past terms over$25 million fdAG'r.
;t lars have been used in the co $dOI-1 I '
APARTMENTS: are needed by tion of buildings, both for r 'CTRIVt" l 1
many- folks coming into this area and for white schools.Mr. "4
i to earn a living.,Do:you have one Nemec states also.that he is
for rent? Tell them and the world proud of the excellent standard of ,j
j '.through $1 classified'ad'In these our teachers and principals and ad Florida leads all Southern_states have found that every day, in a

,. columns. Send along a descriptionof mires their dedication' to their all- with an value of$68,000 the .
average more they use
the apartment,and a $1 bill and : every way,
:we'll do the rest. The Everglades youth impartant of Palm task Beach'of County the per farm. This is an increase of Reddy's services the more profitable y J!
.News, Canal Point.
"During my term, we have had $40,000 per farm over 5 years ago. it becomes. -1;
SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your pleasant relations in the County '
name label .shows:you to be m among teachers principals School Florida farmers: are producing In the home, too, Reddy is the z ,

arrear on payment. Send along Board and Trustees. These. good re- more on less land and Reddy No. 1 helper cooks, heats l .J i
that $2.00 payment now and we lations were due in part to the diligence is effective '
\ ,will continue to send you this great of the Teachers Board of an working partner water, refrigerates, washes and ; :
palladium of the family fireside. Trustees and the School Board*' in cutting costs, saving man- dries clothes, frees everyone for !'i I

J The Fla.Everglades News.-Canal Point Mr Nemec said. -. hours, and boosting Iro ts. more leisure time and Better S E
-t "In this changing world our : .
VACATION TIME Is Just ''arouhd children should be kept constantly .:,;: In fact, more and more farmers Living Electrically. i
the corner.'Before'you take :off,I aware of world problems and a '' .;]1 I
how; about dropping a check for I practical approach \hereto". he l c FLORIDA 1 POWER & .LIGHT I, COMPANY h }: ;

$2.00 in'the mail for your' bscnp.=;'said, '1 feel that- it is for the best' ; S HELPING BUILD FLORIDA1 _: I
: tipn to The. Everglades News, Caaa interest ofthe school system of :
-, !-Point :na.r Palm Bead} County that the Trus-
.\. -, _- ______ Ues as now elected retained in >: -I1utJdd)IA fl lameless'J,
, LAND FOR RENT to warm zone office, as they are familiar with jJ -
; near the lake. Phone Hub Spoon- what has gone on in the past and .
<.a:>;::z ;..!r.:: ; ;.fer f:;_
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} mature in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future. That's why many retired -. S' ,-
people: H Bonds and families saving for; achild's .
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stays the'same paid you ; I
six months.With both E and H Bonds the new.rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series E and series r "':. :

.I: t'1P' works out to 24%for'the first year and a half; then H Bonds? ot')

k. .; t t a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. A: E Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 '(cost $37.50), $100 / > .+.
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I'eur. f The.Everglades'News: ,Canal Point Florida Friday, November 3, 1981

A 3-c Joseph"Kjstner of Strat- -Home J 1 i EASTERN STAB MEETING '

-.1{ PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I G.his ford Anderson grandparents, Conn..,,spent in Pahokee.Mr.this and week He Mrs.leaves with H. For Woman's Making- Club Party i I i Canal son-in-law Mr. Point:and, Mrs.Don accompanpied McKinnon J. H. 'Strayer by of their Mi-of I -,.

' .1 .. .. ..( this weekend to join his companyin The Womans Club of Pahokeewill ami, returned Thursday from Macon -
\ l L Key West. meet Wednesday, ITov. 8 for
- Ga. called to Gear-
Seaman Boyd Vorhees, Jr., of I I Mrs. Evelyn Wells of Lantana They were i
. the Coast Guard stationed in Puerto recently moved to a residence on Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boardwineof their regular luncheon and program gin, early in the week by the deathof I

Rico, returned to his ship last East Main Street In Pahokee.M. Saltville, Va., are expected to meeting. her aunt, Mrs. George :M. (Stella t
week following twenty day leave arrive here'this week to visit their f I I "Home Making Party" will be Scott) Warfield of that city. She

spent with his parents. Mr. and A. Seaman Richard Darney, son-in-law and daughter Rev. and the theme of the program, with died Monday of a lengthy illness in II
serving in the U. S. Navy, stationed Mrs. Mrs. Kathcrin ,Latham assisted by a nursing home.
Mrs. B.T. Vorhees Sr., in Pahokee. Robert Shelley, and young
in the U. S. Naval Hospital in daughter, Lisa of Canal Point. 'Mrs. Lottie Pierce both home econ- I Funeral servicces were held
"I Dr. and Mrs." L. W. Armstrongof Jacksonville is spending a thirty omists of Florida Power and LightCo. Wednesday in Lyons Ga. Mrs.

Pahokee had as their Sunday, day leave with his wife, Shirley, Mrs. Drew Jones of Pahokee, ac- in charge of the pro KUu. !Warfield was-a former resident of

dinner guests their son and family at the home of her parents, Mr. and companied by her sister-in-law AU members are urged.to attend 1 Canal Point before and after her

Mr.;and Mrs.,Jack.Phillips and Mrs. Thomas Hignite, of Pahokee. Mrs.;Jessie Lee Wall of Fort Laud- this meeting. Call Pahokee 4021 before I marriage. Later they moved to i

sons of Fairfax, S. C.; her brother, 'Mr. and Mrs. Jack and erdale returned last weekend froma Monday night for reservations I Tampa and last year she and her :
Hughes Ridenour, and J. D. Eber-' Phillips weeks visit with her sister, Mrs.S. all.cancellations by Tuesday noon. husband moved to Macon. i
sons, John and Jim left Monday I
hard both of Pahokee.Mr. B. Palmer in Jacksonville. I
for their home in Fairfax S. C.

and Mrs. B. C. Sims of Pa Mr. and Mrs. Phillips enjoyed the Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rogers Sr., >SYirrsvr/8\i) >sirrystirSN ,
- hokee had as their weekend guests,I boat-a-cade last week, while their of Pahokee had as their weekend;
their sons and families Russell sons spent the time with their house guests, their son and daught- .

and two daughters, Peggy and Susanne grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. L. W. er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Rog- Want A Borne? "I.

'- of Palm Springs, also Mr. Armstrong of Pahokee.H. ers, Jr., and young son, of Miami. i '

and Mrs. James Sims and youngson I \
M. McIntosh Pahokee, is a Mrs. A. B. Tucker of Bryant returned -i DIRECT FROM; ''OWNER I '
Jimmy of Lake Worth.
patient in the Good Samaritan Hos- to her home Saturday froma
With Over 1500 Square Feet of LIVING !
Miss Betty Lou Pickett of Del- pital. He has been suffering froma weeks,visit with her son and!

ray Beach spent the ,past weekend back condition and this is his daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Area. Air Conditioned, Heated, with ;;
with her mother Mrs. Edna Pick- second time in the hospital in recent -' Shows in Jacksonville.Bob .
the Finest Operating Attic Fan for ;
ett in Pahokee. weeks. At this writing the
" Doctors are. making check-up Hastings Sanford returned those Mild Days. Ideal Location; 1 block }
Lt. and Mrs. Bill Hatton and Sunday to Pahokee, where he'is
young son Bill, Jr., moved Tues through examinations.X-Rays and other formsof employed by Chase and Co. Farms. from Pahokee ,City Park and POst, Of-

day from their home on Bacom While in Pahokee he makes his
fice. Paved street sidewalk land-
Va. Lt. home with Mayor and Mrs. Duncan fully
Point Road, to Ft. Leet, Radio man, Gene Pugh serving
Hatton is serving in the National- with the Coast Guard in Norfolk Padgett. scaped-Owner Must Move To Larger

Guard Patrol Unit of the, armed Va., spent the past weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hatton, Sr., of Quarters.Call .
services.Mr. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Pahokee had as their weekend
(Bo) Pugh in Canal Point.
and Mrs. R. B. Gist also her guest their daughter, Miss Dorothy 3571 or 3641 For Appointment
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mamie Pugh recently returned Hatton, who is attending Florida

Mrs. Emmett LaReau of Canyon to her home in Canal Point Southern College in Lakeland. t M *S
Texas, spent several days this week from a visit with relatives in Dal- -
with his step-mother, Mrs, J. M. las, Texas. Mrs. Pugh flew out .
Templeton at the home of her there in the late summer. This was Bobette Ann Crews ''J II I : : I : : 1.1 I : : : 1 : ; : : 1 : I 1 I I I I I I I I : I I : : : : I I I : I I

grandson and family Mr. and Mrs. her first airplane trip. She plan- To Wed'B. J. Bozeman I

Vance Denton of Pahokee. ned to visit longer but due to illness FOR SALE .
,'she returned home last week I
Mr. and Mrs. Crews of
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myers of Miami George
of her Belle Glade have announced the en- :
were weekend guests Freddy Hickerson son of Mr.
parents, Mr. and Mrs.J.V. Thomasin and Mrs. Fred Hickerson of Paho gagement of their daughter,'Bob- New 3-Bedroom, 2-Bath Homes '

Pahokee. kee spent last weekend with his bette Ann, to Barney J. Bozeman Immediate Occupancy

parents. Freddy is attending Admiral Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Bozeman -
Mrs. Paul Rardin, accompaniedby Farragut Academy in St. Sr., of Baton Rouge, La. .

her house guest. Miss Mattie Petersburg. His parents helped to Miss Craws is a graduate, of ROYAL PALM MANOR

BaIn, Mrs. Doris Carter, and Mrs.I celebrate his birthday anniversaryon Belle Glade High School in the class

.Martha' McIntosh spent Monday in Saturday, of '61 and is presently employedby t. Phone 7712 '-:- Blanton & Unwin.

Miami. i Southern Bell Tellephone Co. I T
.Mr. and, Mrs. Glenn Andrews of 3
Paul :Mr. Bozeman is a senior at Belle j I Iot
Commissioner and Mrs. Canal Point had as their Saturday : : : x..: &tToday's I It : I : : I I I I : I I : I 1 I I : 1 1 I I J I J : I I I I
Clade School and is
High making .
Rardin of Canal Point have as ,
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I guests their daughter, Mrs. Earl his home with his sir.ter arid bro1
their house guest, her cousin Miss Hingson and son, G ne'of Clew- er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ,\.ay Keiit-1 t
Mattie: Bain Qf Coats, N. C.
I-iston. Modern Homes Built.
Jr.The are
Little Miss' Debbie Maxson of date of the wedding is to .
Mr. and Mrs J.
I I :- A. Scruggs and
West Palm Beach was the weekend children be announced later.
Steve Kim, and Jay of
guest of her father Bob Maxson I I Canal Point,. accompanied ,by his .
,and her grand parents ,Mr. and mother Mrs. S. S. Scruggs, Sr., of
Mrs. R. J. Maxson of Canal Point. I Thanks ExpressedBy
of his
Runyon were Sunday guests I

According to news received here sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. UNICEF Workers .

,last week by Mrs. Edna Pickett E. Clark and children Miami., 1 z

her son, 1st Lt. Donald D. Pickett Thanks, again to the people off
Mr. and Mrs., Hilburn Murphyand
arrived in Mannhein; Germanyon children, Kim and Mitch of Canal Point who responded to the
October 21 and is serving with help of UNICEF drive.
Clewiston were, weekend guests of
the 68 Armour Division U. S. her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Eight youths and their counselorof
Army. Canal the Canal Point Methodist Youth
Scars of Point.
Fellowship visited homes from
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall of Ca-
Mrs. Ruth Dobrow and Mrs. Joe Port Mayaca north to the railroad
nal Point were hostesses Thursday, Kahn of Pahokee and Mrs. Jack south and collected $81.00. This
at 8 p. m., at an Adult Training Rabin are spending this weekend I
will feed ,many little needy child- ...
Union social fish fry and get-together. !
with .Mrs. Mary Wall of Cape ren of the world where help is .
Edwin Cowart Presidentof '
needed so badly. Again thanks.
this group will assist the Mc-
Rev. and ':Mrs. R. E. Barfield of -UNICEF COMMITTEEl
Calls. "
Pahokee had as their guest her -

Mr. and :Mrs. C. A. Barfield of brother. Airman Thomas Prince of WITH
Mrs. Bill Hatton
.. Canal Point had as their recent ute Barksdale Air Force in La. He

house guest her brother' Charles also visited his mother, Mrs. W. A. Honored At Party

McCoy, of L 1kd Worth. Prince of Pahokee. .., CONCRETE MASONRY :

Mrs. Bill Hatton was honored :

Friday 10:00 to 12:00 a. m. with:.* !
?tf:5s\7s\7ifcy: i I t D coffee at the home of her sister-in-. C.omfort-, durability, ,long; lasting, beauty is }

law Mrs. Joe Hatton, Jr., assistingthe found in today's modern hostess were her other sister-
: in-law Mesdames. Lester Hatton fire-safe CQncrete masonry.' They possess in-

WANTEDORANGE and Louise ,Zaccagnino also Mrs.J. sulating qualities too, with the "built-in" air t
V. Thomas, Jr., and Mrs. Louis

Pope, Jr.Flowers. space of each block unit., Ask the man who
were used at vantage
has used it. For block
quality precision
PICKERS- points throughout the house usinga

yellow arrangement in the living made on Stearns equipment. see us today.
room.A pink carnation corsage was .

presented to the honoree. Cake dec

HOUSING AVAILABLE FOR orated with pink carnationicing
.,was served to thirty-five guests ftOVED AND APPROVED FOR BETTER CONSTRUCTION
j jc I who called during the morning.

I Mayor & Wife Attend I

IlIillllllllllll'! '
Chamber Banquet

Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgett
PropertiesPahokee attended a banquet Wednesday at

7:30 p. m. in the George Washington -

i Hotel in West Palm Beach..
Phone 584 This was the 47th Annual Ban-
.quet and Installation of Officers of
the Greater West Palm Beach PHONE'1185.. PHONEWY 65249t
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Page Six The Everglades News, .Canal Point, Florida Friday, ,November 3,1961 j

}Baptist Missions -r Tuesday Meeting; :

For 1V8CS Gto j

WitfBeFeafured i

, The Canal: Point Methodist I
Womens Society of Christian Ser-
.. In Orlando MeetMissions I
[ vice will hold its regular meeting

Tuesday, Nov. 7, at 8 p. m. at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Powell
in Southeast Asia will
1.- I I with Mrs. Powell as hostess. ,.
! i ri' be featured on the program of the
Mrs. Robert Shelley, Program ,
. Baptist meet-
, Chairman, is in charge of the pro-
at the First
ing Baptist Church,
theme "Jesus Christ
i' First Methodist Canal Point St. Mary's CatholicChurch Orlando, November 14-16, accord gram the World." .

ing to Dr. Henry Allen Parker, .. .i .
i Church PahokeeRev. Baptist Church convention program chairman and

host church pastor.Dr. WSCS Supper Enjoyed
T. C. O'Steen Father Francis Fennech Pastor
J. Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Winston Crawley, Secretaryfor '
27 Youths
. By
: Sunday Mass11:30 a. m. .
SUNDAY: the Orient, of the Foreign Mission -
L 9:45 a. m.-church School Confessions before Mass. -
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Board of the
. Southern Baptist
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship < Mrs. L. L. Maxson, Mrs. Robert .
a. m.- Morning Worship
: Convention, will speak on foreign
- 6:45 m.-1dYF
p. Shelley, Mrs. Osceola Upthegroveand
6:30 HL-Training Union. Holy Nativity
7:45 ': p. missions with particular emphasisto
p. m-Evening Worship Mrs. W. E. Blackwell, mem-
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship
Southeast Asia.
TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: Episcopal ChurchPahokee bers of the Methodist W. S. C. S.,
700 in.-Vesper Choir prao. bring greetings from the 1543
7:30 were hostesses at a Progressive
p. m-Prayer lieetiag.
liceWEDNESDAY Southern Baptist foreign
Supper Monday evening for the
.. aries 47 mission-I
: foreign
ii:. Wendell Haimin, vicar Methodist Intermediate Fellowshipgroup.
7:45 p. .-Mid-week devotion SUNDAY missionaries are supported ...
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.'. a. zn.-Sunday Following the meal the young
.- Canal Point* Florida 11 -a. m.-Worship Service gram. people enjoyed a scavenger hunt,
--- Each session will be preceded bya
.1' v in which twenty-seven young peo-
Canal Point First Bible message by Dr. W. W. Ad-
. Church Of God .
Robert A. Shelley, Pastor ple were present.UNICEF
R ams, professor at the Southern
Baptist Church SUNDAY: Barfield Highway Baptist Theological Seminary, Lou- -
i0:00a.,, m.-,Church School
isville, Kentucky.
Drive Nets
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship [ f
1'. Elder R.E.Barfield
Other ,out-of-state speakers
6:30 m.-Youth Pahokee, Fla. appearing -
SUNDAY: p. J. W. Hughes, Minister on the program include C. $81 For Needy KidsThe
r p. m.-Evening Worship
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School I
, MONDAY: Phone 3736 E. Autrey, Atlanta, Georgia, Floyd
11:00 7:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practiceTUESDAY SUNDAY: B. Chaffin, Dallas, Texas, T. Guy canal Point Methodist Youth
m.-B. T. C.
.. p. : ... 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Sloane, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana Fellowship Senior class members
WEDNDESDAY_ 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. :Woman's Society 11:00 a. ni.-Morning Worship Charles Howard, Buies Creek, collected $81.00 in their annual

: 1st Tuesday2nd 7:30 p. m. -Evangelistic Ser- North Carolina, Howard E. Kersh- UNICEF Drive Monday evening
7:30 Midweek
p. m.Service Prayers :MONDAY: viceTUESDAY ner New York, New York, Albert under the leadership of Rev. Rob

2nd and 4th TUESDAYS 7:30 p. m..=Esther Class meeting : McClellan, Nashville, Tenn. and ert Shelley, pastor and W. E. John-

7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary: WEDNESDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service Ralph Phelps, Arkadelphia, Ark-II son, M. Y. F. Leader.

Meeting/ 7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting I THURSDAY: ansas. UNICEF means United Nations !f

__.. 1>4 .. G... 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ Baptists will be challenged to I Children Funds and it provides
Service.Christian start '250 new churches and missions I supplies needed to control and I I

First Baptist' St. Peter's Lutheran -..... in Florida during 1962 by Dr. I eradicate diseases, improve nutri- it

Church Pahokee John Maguire, executive secretaryof tions and equip child health_cent- in
Church Belle Glade
Science the Florida Baptist Convention, ers. I

. Guthrie W. Colvard, Minister J Group Of Canal PointToday's and chairman of Florida's Thirty ...--- )
August Koerber, Pastor I Thousand Committee. ,'. '1
Sunday School 9:45 a. mj- 601 W. Lake Rd.. Belle Glade .... Mike Elliott Has :i
Morning a. m. need for spiritual discernment

. Training Union-6:30 p. m. SUNDAY: will be emphasized Sunday Parsonage At Canal Birthday Party :
Divine Services; 11 A. :M. :;. 11
Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. at Christian Science church
School 9:45 A. H. Point Is Dedicated -- \
Wednesday Prayer, services.
.. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Elliott, were J
: Service 1:30 m. -IIia' -
p. in the Les-
Scriptural readings The birthday \
Consecration Services were hostesses at a wiener roast -
A warm welcome. to all. The Pahokee Church son-Sermon entitled "Adam and held Sunday from 3-4 p. m. in the, party Saturday at 4:30 to 6:00 j

Fallen Man" will include these Canal Point Methodist : in the The occasion was ;
1. Churh Parsonage city park.
The Of God Of The NazareneRev. words of St. Paul (I Cor. 2) with the local Womens Society of' in honor of their son, Mike, on his :

Of Prophecy Pahokee "Now we have received, not the I Christian Service in charge of ar I'I eleventh birthday anniversay, with ,
. Max D. Jones, Pastor spirit of the world, but the spirit rangements.Rev. his classmates of the fifth gradeas .I
433 Bacom Point Rd. which is of God; that we might Robert
; Shelley, pastor pre guests. }
Canal Point Road
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 know the things that are freely ,
pastor sided over the services, assisted by I Games were enjoyed by the group
John H. Kinard
SUNDAY SERVICES: given to us of God. Which things Rev. T.-C. O'Steen awarded the, ;
'a. School pastor of the I with special prizes }
1000; m.-Sunday 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. also we speak, not in the words the
Methodist Church Pahokeeand winners, following games'and ;
,. 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service 11:00 Worship. man's teacheth but t
Service a. m.-Sunday which wisdom Rev. Charles D. Stewart pastorof the wiener roast, Mrs. Emma ,
'7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic 6:30 p. m.--Jurilors. which the Holy Ghost teacheth; the Canal Point Baptist Church. Wheeler, Mike's grandmother, and i
8:00 Tuesday V. 1. B.
p. m. 7:00 p m-Sunoay.:Evening with
comparing spiritual things
8:00: W. M. B. Approximately 75 guests called Mrs. Sarah Thomas, his teacher, r rI
p. m. Thursday Evangelistic Service.
welcome. xnualo spiritual. But the natural man during the evening includingboth I I assisted his parents in serving the 1 1I
Everyone Special WEDNESDAY:
receive\h not the things of the visiting pastors and thier I traditional birthday cake to the
, and 7:30: Midweek Prayer
B1Dg 1g. p. m.-
Spirit of God: for they are foolishness -
wives. I young people.. I
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unto him: neither can he know .
CLASSIFIED ADS "Where you are & stranger but _
f. them, because they are spiritually
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To It! man the image of his Maker indeed

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Home Financing Is Our SpecialtyWhen Denton, Jenny McKinstry, Florrie You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here
Nix, and Jessie Barnes.
at this Market. We make an effort at all times to give

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t I a local association with headquarters right herein : Colvard To, Teach a trial.

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"Hands Across the. Sea" by H.
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members are urged to attend this ASSOCIATIONOn
Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
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Lawrence Myers, .I < 11i ida 8,400 this Caribbean winter. workers for Flor1 Jimmy Vann Is I Industry Growing ', I

=:_.'--- ont However, it is possible supplies, Local Lions SpeakerJimmy In State Of Florida u

I of local workers in agriculturecould % __ !
School Trustee I "
; 'by be affected by huge new, In- Vann, Li-s; Club memberof TALLAHASSEE Otho Bruce

I' dustrial projects that would lure the Pahokee dub,was the guest industrial services director of the )
Asks Reelection :, them from their traditional jobs in speaker at the local Lions Club I Florida Development Commissionsays
four major factors have been .
field or grove., meeting Monday evening. He talk- .
Florid Every effort being_ made to induce ed on the importance of the Constitution I combined to push Florida a_ong"as ;:1
'- Lawrence J., M ers of Lake !
o parfasrrtor an
pAt Federal authorities to'assure and the club by laws. He
r Worth, present school trustee rep- Bruce, a former Jacksonville ,
us we shall have'sufficient imported was introduced by O. H. Sheppard.J. .
resenting that area, this week an- this time I: don't; believe any- labor for our needs. Crops that G. Weeks, President, presidedover banker, has been carrying on a ,

. nounces his candidacy for reelection one can estimate with any degree of are ready for harvest cannot wait. the business and plans were seven-month campaign to make
: on next Tuesday, Nov. 7. The Floridians minded. -1
accuracy the full effects on Florida They must be harvested then or completed on the Thanksgiving industry
vote is county-wide and his an- agriculture of the state's recent Shoot First factor in the do-it-yourself
be lost. Our farmers have enough Turkey Project..
nouncement follows: development in space and missile problems to overcome without hav- Brooks Henderson, President of industrial push was the formation 1
f I am running to succeed myself .j
of the Florida Industrial
projects.If ing a labor shortage facing them. the Pahokee Club along with_sever-
at. the request of many individuals' we view these projects as partof I sincerely hope we",shall be suc- al other members, were visitors at ment Corp. to provide up to $10
,and with a sincere interest in doing million in risk capital for new and (
the overall industrial expansion cessful in avoiding such a threat. which time they made numerous
:;'. my best, for the betterment of our Florida is experiencing, one thing .. sales on thier Light Bulb Project. expanding industry unable to obtain _!

: school system. seems to be certain: Our traditional conventional financing. :
:r- Having served eleven years as areas of agricultural productionare Second was the designation of
: .school trustee I believe GRAPEFRUIT TO JAPAN
my exper- going to undergo some more seven Northwest Florida countiesby
ience will be most helpful to our radical changes, and more new TAMPA-What is believed to be the U. S. Dept. of Commerce a?

.. county in the. problems facing the areas will be developed. Many of Florida's first direct fresh grape- eligible for area development loans.

system in the :next two years. Thisis these have been considered sub- fruit export tq Japan has been Next came an awakening of interest .

no time to experiment.The marginal in the past. confirmed by John T. Lesley, gen- by areas in industrial develop-
Board of Trustees is a con- Mr. and Mrs Herbert Alvin Miller eral manager of the Florida Citrus ment.
This kind of shifting already is
stitutionally constituted body and announce the arrival of a son Exchange. E
underway in some parts of the Thomas'Lee' Last step in the campaign was
is with responsibility of Miller, born October Howard N. Baron
charged state.. The tempo will increase dur- manager of the Nova moonshot program which
recommending teaching personnel, 25 in the Everglades Memorial the Exchange's International Di-
ing the present decade. will have a statewide affect in
millage, selection of sites and act- Hospital, Pahokee. vision, said the shipment to Japan stimulating industrial activity. ,

ing as the lay representatives be'tween Debbie Jane Rogers, is the name culminates more than a years .. ... =
As land values and taxes
the citizens parents and rise in given to the little daughter born effort to place Florida grapefruit CARD OF THANKS
areas adjacent to heavy pop- Oct. 26, to Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
schools.I I
ulation am grateful to friends and
growth, our ranchers and
have been a resident of Lake Samuel Rogers, in the Everglades consumers. neighbors who have been so kind
find it
growers no longer profitable J I I
Worth since 1940 and reside at 112 .Memorial Hospital.
and thoughtful of' me during my
to continue operations on acres ... ... I I -
Yale Drive, Lake Worth Florida they have been stay in the St. Marys Hospital,and
I am the owner of the Lawrence W. Material changes using.already have Seeking Coast Acre I! Disneyland Park during my confinement in the Lar-

Myers Insurance Agency 803 Lake taken place in Brevard county For Cane. Experiments!I Planned For Tampa gay Hospital in Naranja.

Avenue Lake Worth. I am marriedto which includes Cape Canaveral and Your visits, flowers, messages

Frances Myers who was a teacher I prayers, and daily cards are appreciated -
the new NOVA "moon flight" site. The Everglades arcane boom TAMPA:-Details of a major
,,-. in the public school system in According to latest census figures, has sent agronomists in search of torist.attraction to be built in Tampa more than you will ever
Iowa. For the 17 she '
past years Brevard lost 245 farms [ land the know. % _
declining experimental on county'seast were unveiled before Tampa'scivic
has been School Teacherat
from 1,017 to 772 in the five years coast. leaders recently. "Circus- .
the First Congregational Church -
Mrs. following 1954. In the same period The County Commission this land," a Disneyland type pf theme
Lake Worth. My daughter, BUILDING FOR SALE
the,county's total of farm acres de- week approved a request from the park, will be constructed on 65
Richard M. Johnston, is a 6th grade The county commission voted
clined 162,970, dropping from U. S. Dept. of Agriculture for an acres of fill land adjacent to the
teacher at Highlands School,. Lake this week to offer for sale a building *
427,427 to 264,457. acre of coastal land to be leased for Howard Frankland BridgeInterstate -
Worth. on Park street in West Palm
For the state as a whole, the I I experimental growing and cross 4 terminus.
'I am the past president of the Beach which served
formerly as a
number of farms was.down 12,445, pollination of sugar cane. I I The attraction will include a
Lake Worth Chamber of Com-
voting machine warehouse. MIn-
from 5M3 in 1954 to '45,098 in *'
"county seat town of the 1920's ,
merce, and of the Rotary Club. I imum bid being asked for the prop-
1959. The state's acreage in farms a shopping center, circus and
i arena
been O'Steens Plan To
have Moderator of the State from erty is $42,500 a sum set by ap- -
18,161,675 to 15,305- rides
a waterfront area jungle
of Florida's Congregational Christian praisers.
Churches, President of thatdoby's 716.Those Entertain PastorsRev. tour and elephant safari and a pro- --A .
figures now are two years posed beach.
Board of Directors; Institu-
tional old. Many more changes can hap- and Mrs. T. C. O'Steen will Maurice Marshall, president of
Representative of the Boy The members of the Canal Point
'- Scouts of America Treasurer of pen in ,two years-and they prob- be hostess at a social,at their home Florida Entertainment Enter
: ; Methodist M. Y. F. entertained
the Lake Worth, High School Par- ably have. However there are indications Tuesday, Nov. 7 at 5 to 7 p. m. in prises, Inc., explained the plans were -
that our total agricul- honor of the Pahokee and Canal for development of the project unday evening following
ent-Teacher Association; Past ch Services at the home of Miss
tural output Is increasing and will
Chairman of Board of Trustees.Diaconate Point Ministerial 'Association. which will cost at least $5 million.
continue to gain in spite of the in families Helen Sheppard. Mr. and Mrs. O.
Fund of The pastors and their The attraction is expected to bringan
Church inroads being made on agricultural will be entertained at the O'Steen estimated two and one. quarter H. Sheppard assisted their daughter -
First Congretational in
In refreshments.
Lake Worth; Member of Palm lands by new highways, industrial home, 462 East Main Street in Pa million" visitors to Tampa in its serving

Beach County University Site'Com- developments and new residentialand hokee with a steak broiling dinner. first two years; 400,000 a monthor

mittee. service projects. from 3,000 to 12,000 a day.

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Currently, I am director of the MAYOR LANE BRINGS 'Do You e

:,, .. First National Bank in Lake Who can say whether our space I CONVENTION TO TAMPA QUARTERLY CONFERENCEFirst I

'F;.'; Worth; Director of First Federal projects" in Florida are "permanent TAMPA Mayor Julian Lane. Methodist Church of Paho THE TAXES MID DIRECTLY BY

Savings and Loan Association of ? Td guess they are as perpl-I l proved his qualifications as a con : kee will hold quarterly conferencein FLORIDA'S VISITORS LAST YEAR

k ,Lake Worth; member of the advis- anent as anything can be I vention promoter last weekend the church chapel Nov. 6, at APPROXIMATED I8O.COO.OOO.

ory Board of the Salvation Army; rapidly changing world. But I'm I I when he successfully bid for the 7:45.p. m.UNDERGOES. THIS IS ABOUT 13,6% OF THE

member of the Lake Worth Insurance confident that Florida agricultureIs 1963 convention of the Florida -A-- TOTAL TAXES COLLECTED BY

t Agents Association and the permanent. In our % state and League of Municipalities.Lane SURGERY TO THE BUILD STATE 114 AND NEW WAS SCHOOLS ENOUGH,

Florida Insurance Agents Assocla- our nation we shall always have issued the invitation at the Oscar H. Chastain of Thomas- 53 NEW HOSPITALS AND,6OO

tlonj the Chamber of Commerce, agriculture because it is basic to group's 1961 meeting in Jacksonville ville, former resident of Canal MILES OF NEW ROADS I6'R

Rotary Club Gulf Stream Masonic our economy as necessary todayas and won unanimous approvalfor Point, underwent surgery, Wednes-
Palm Beach it was when our country was in Tampa.
Lodge and the County day in Archibald Memorial Hos-

Resources Development Board; its infancy Nearly 1,000 city, county and pital. According to word receivedin

member of Laymens Fellowship at For this decade of the Sixties, at state officials will attend the meeting Canal Point last night, he is do-

First Congressional Church, Unit- least I see,no,prospect that our industrial here Oct. 2729. ing. well as can be expected. ,,,,a. B 11 d

ed Church of Christ, Lake Worth.I expansion or our rapid Gordon T. Butler, executive secretary .

believe in continuing to population growth will prevent us of the group announced today I Miss Myra Lee Cruthirds, former

strengthen the quality of .our from increasing our agricultural that the League's executive i Pahokee resident, now of Stuart,

i teachers, the extension of our. Vo- output We'll be producing more, committee has accepted the Jay'I' was among ,the many out-of-town

cational programs: and the extension but we'll be doing it on fewer acres or's invitation. 'I friendshere Friday evening to at-

., of our program for exceptional and in many new locations. Re- .. I I'I tend the Stuart and Pahokee football

L children. My colleagues, A. R..Harrington search and new developments are Rev. Oliver' Hatfield I game. el

:.. of Canal Point and James constantly improving'our production I I
r ;;' Nemec of West Palm Beach, have techniques. 'I'I Has Heart AttackRev. 'TiIEMwgJJ

.' worked diligently to do a goo\.job Even if our expectations of populations -

at a payless task. I believe the evi- growth are realized Oliver Hatfield, retired- /$:!
soar-I I I
dence of over 1800 experienced ing from our present 5 Methodist minister, suffered a'

teachers' in our system, plus over more than 8 million in 1970, I believe heart attack Tuesday night and is'' GOJA JOR'S FLORIDA TOURISMCOMMITTEE

$25 million in new classrooms we'll see Florida agriculture Everglades Memorial hospital.His Uf URUZ4 ---- 5tEEAING+ -tlif ... :

along with increased salary schedule keeping pace with the march of condition is considered serious I

-one of the highest in Florida- progress. and he was under oxygen.. Thurs-
will indicate .we have worked well day. ,H 1.1 HI I 1111111111111111111 : 1111111 i HI'' I 1111.

with the Board of Public Instruction Of more immediate concern to .
and County'Superintendent agriculture at this time, I think, is DRIVERS LICENSE THEATRESPRINCE

The Citizens of Palm Bench; whether we shall have available in 1 I I Beginning Nov. 1, persons with a

:. County are justly, proud of their the'state sufficient labor to harvestthe I birth date during the month of .

schools and school system A large crops which are indicatedfor I I November may renew their driver LAKE DRIVE-IN

f' strong educational program is the the 1961-62 season. licenses.
: Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
bulwark to our American Way off Increases are forecast in our Persons born on an even-num-
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Life. I urge you to show your continued citrus, vegetable and sugar crops:.!I bered year such aa two. four, etc., - 2 BIG FEATURES -
;-, interest by a large turn,out 30,000 more acres of vegetables will have the license renewed: for -

; on November 71961. 75,000 new acres of sugar cane and one year. Persons born during an SUNDAY-MONDAY- DAy8UNDAYMONDAYTVEWAY

"",' I possibly 12 million more boxes of odd year will have th licenses renewed NOVEMBER 5-6-7-

.-" IN THE HOSPITAL I citrus. for two years. NOVEMBEB 5-6-7-
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November 1:' Ethel Johnson, this winter is put at, 110.000 GENERAL WSCS MEETING Pleasure Of ,

&;. '. Donna Gulls Amolina Calvin, farm workers including. 40,000 migrant General meeting of the.Women His Company"! CLARK GABLE AND ,

i- .: :Douglas Gillis Lester Holmes, laborers, 60,00 local workers Society of Christian;Service of the MARILYN MONROE
1.. Harry White,Bea Hatfield,'Claudia and 10,000 workers from the islandsof First Methodist Church of Paho- FRED ASTTAIRE BEBBD5 -

r *' Herrera and Billie Marie Church the Caribbeans. It la in the latter kee. will be held. Me lWlsy, Nov. 6 REYNOLDS AND TAB -AUJOBm.wnz -

;aQ of Pahokee, ; Iva Hendrickersoa.tHoore category where.a shortage may at 8 p. m. in the church sanctuary: Village of the Damned

:-. : Haven; and Virginia- Maxey, !how up because the U. S. Depart The Mabel. Stoonsea'Circle t will. be
''it''!'Bei_ a'Glade. i[meat' of Labor has certified. only in charge of the PI' InRL j 116118 . . . ... .**++
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