The Everglades news
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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 10, 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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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I Rigid Regulations Proposed For Sale And Use Of

Poisonous Dusts And Sprays In Agricultural Areas


Florida State Board Of ,Health Representatives arry- McIntosh I I

I Meets With Growers And Insecticide Sugar Acreage Is Has An Operation Two I IncumbentsWin

Dealers In Glades-Wide Meeting: To Discuss Wide Open In 1962The One Defeated

Harry McIntosh president of ,
i: Regulations As They Are Proposed. .1
Bank of Pahokee, is recuperating

Frank Wilson of the Florida The burden of proof in such cases Deparment of Agriculturehas at Good Samaritan hospital Ip I I In Tuesday's school trustee elec-
I announced that no restrictionson tion A. 13. Harrington of
State Board of Health met with shall rest with the seller.D. acreage of sugarcane for the West Palm Beach following back ,

growers and Insecticides dealers at The Purcharer's Permit is 1962-crop will. be imposed. O. P. surgery on Monday afternoon of Point was re-elected without op
the in Canal Mcarthur State Executive Director this position. He tallied 4.129 votes.
Community Building not transferrable.Sales week. Mr. McIntosh has beenin
; Point Tuesday afternoon to discuss for Agricultural! Stabilizationand the hospital for a couple of Larry Myers of Lake Worth won
Permit Holder: his race by the skin of his teeth
\ the rules and Service states
rigid regulations proposed Conservation weeks and his physicians found it-
I by the State to regulate the A. Every person who shall'm.an- that the announcement was madeat necessary to operate on Monday. when he defeated T. F. Wyatt bya
sale and use of dusts and this time-in order that vote .of. 3189 to 2988. Jimmy
poisonous ufacture, formulate, and, { or offer growersof He is doing fairly well.
Nemec went down in defeat at the
sprays. for sale to the general public for sugarcane for .sugar may make -
hands of G. Ray Sparks in West
Naturally, when vote orderly plans.
a was
application to crops, ,plants, trees Palm Beach. The vote was 4107 to
This the third CRGardenClubToSponsor
taken to find out the feeling of the successive year
group they voted overwhelmingly lawns, shrubs and for use in any that no restrictions have been Imposed 2743. .

against the proposals. However, other business, or to be,used in ag- I according to McArthur. Asa Bazaar Voters overwhelmingly turned
ricultural residential result of the restrictions down a three-mill special tax levy
due to deaths throughout the'state areas or areas lifting ;
from such poisonous insecticides, any restricted or prohibited-use i in 1959, a major expansion in the for building new classrooms. I
the State Board of Health and the pesticide, as,recorded ona list and Mainland Sugarcane Area (Louis In a light turnout vote-only .
Next afternoon be-
State Agricultural Department are made available by the Board shall iana and Florida) has resulted. The Thursday 8,000 of, 89,000 eligible citizens'cast
tween two and six o'clock you are their ballots the electors pickedas
determined that something must be be required to make application tonnage available for harvest this
cordially invited to attend the school trustees A. Roswell Har- I
done and that immediately. and receive a Seller's Permit from season is about 32 percent greater -
the Board. than last:season. BAZAAR sponsored by the Canal rington, Lawrence W. Myers and G.
f Application for Permits: .manufacturer Point Garden Club at the Community Ray Sparks ,"
: J3.tNo .fonjiulatorv ; In announcing that no restrictions ..
0, A' No person shall purchase: a' :and {Hr,seller'of,a restricted- 'or would"be:applied in 1962, the I i Building in Canal Point. But the most significant result ,\
restricted-vise pesticide unless"I prohibited-use pesticide shall sell :Department warned that the major Don't forget the date-Thurs- of the election was failure to approve -

has obtained a Purchaser's Permit. any pesticide so recorded on a list expansion which is taking place I day, November 16. Bring along a the three-mill levy, which :,
B. Every applicant to receive a furnished by the Board to any person will probably result in the need for pocketbook full of coin of the realm would have provided a fund with I
Purchaser's Permit, operating In : individual, agent, 'partnership, applying acreage restrictions on I and go away happy with one or a which to buy new school sites build, i
agriculture and related fields, shall corporation, or association unless the 1963-crop even though a material dozen of the many handsome itemsto new schools and classrooms and t
be 21 years of age must be able to : such person shall have a Purchas- increase in the marketing be put on sale by members of pay for their maintenance.

read and write, sufficiently well to er's Permit or a special permit issued quota for the Mainland Cane Areais the club. If you are seeking infor- Howell Watkins, county super-
understand the laws and regula- by the county health officer provided: by new sugar legisla- mation about the upcoming sale, intendent of Schools, said money
tions which govern this activity, to an individual person to spray tion. Just step to the phone and call Mrs. for the badly needed additional
and shall apply to the county heal-, I his own: lawn or ornamentals in a Sugarcane for sugar is producedin M, C. Carter at 2732-she's the! schoolrooms can't be made up in

th department for an application residential area. Glades, Hendry, Indian River, president.The ,some other manner such as bor-
questionnaire form. The form is to .. C. No other person shall be eligI- I and Palm Beach Counties Florida. writer has had opportunityto rowing from another account.
be filled out by the applicant and ble to purchase a restricted or pro- I Two new sugar factories begin operations personally inspect many of the "It means we're going to have
notarized before final presentation. hibited-use pesticide unless said this fall in Florida and items to be offered for sale. He more double sessions," he said. He

to the county health department.The person shall have a proper permitfor several more new factories intendto pronounces them unusual, attractive said there was a possibility the
county health officer or his making the specific purchase.D. operate by late 1962. Prior to worthwhile well worth the school board may miss out on state j I
designed agent will check the ap- The manufacturer formulator this time, the only Florida factorieswere money and a dozen and one other matching funds because of the defeat I
plication to determine if the indi- I or seller shall record the purchaser's located at Clewiston, Okee- adjectives all of an enthusiasticand of the tax levy. !
vidual,is engaged in agriculture or name, address and Purchaser lanta, and FelIsmere. descriptive type. The five-mill levy for the district I
related fields, such as, caretakers Permit number and the seller's per- -. On sale next Thursday will be support and maintenance fund I
of golf courses, cemeteries, parks mit number on the sale or delivery aprons, foot stools, pin cushions, was.approved,.. 3,053 votes to 850, ,
and botannical gardens and related slip, or invoice or statement on Baptist Feature stuffed animals, gadgets and a hun- with only one precinct not counted. .._ I
pursuits. The county health officer every purchase made. A copy of I dred and one other it.ems.1ncludlng Forty-eight precincts voted in the i

\ after determining that the individual anyone of ''these, documents for I Asian Missions many, many flower and shrubbery election. .!
is in fact,operating in agriculture each purchase; designating the i arrangements. The majority of .8A

or a related field, will amount and name of the restricted- I, these items- are being made by Funeral Services
,sign or'stamp the application,form. use' or prohibited-use, pesticide ORLANDO-MIssions in South- members of the Canal Point Garden .
:::, Otherwise the application:shall' ,be purchased shall' be kept:-.on file. .A. : east, Asia will be featured on the Club on workdays at the Com '. "
:''-' rejected. copy of one othe four documents, "program of, the Florida Baptist J munity' building. Come along and i lrs.Ralph'MOtk': f.
C. Upon approval of the application with the pertinent information Convention meeting at the First see first hand just-'what the ladies i

,: by the county health officer or shall be kept by the seller for a' Baptist Church, Orlando, November have for sale.
his designated representative the period of at least one year after 14-16, according to Dr. Henry Coffee pie and cake will be serv Funeral services were held on

applicant shall then be issued a I date of sale before it can be destroyed I Allen Parker, convention program throughout the afternoon. So, October 31, for Mrs. Ralph Mockof '
will be walletsizedand chairman-and host church West Palm Beach and burial
permit, which a and a copy of one of the pastor.Dr. you can have your coffee break at
numbered identification card Winston Crawley the made in 'Hnicrest Cemeterywith
documents shall be kept by the pur- secretaryfor the Community Building for was
which must be in the possession of II chaser for a period of one year the Orient, of the Foreign Mis- regular price of a dime a .cup. It'l1be' Rev. James R. 'Crook of the
when purchases sion Board of-the Southern Memorial,Methodist churcn
the person making after date of purchase. The original Baptist good too. 'Wagg .
directly and | or when purchasingover permit issued by the county health Convention, will speak on foreign officiating.
the telephone, or by written department to the individual person missions with particular emphasisto i Civil Defense Is Mr. and 'M 'L Mock are formerresidents '!
order. The seller shall be responsible Southeast Asia. Crawley will of Canal Point where he ..
purchasing a restricted-use. pesti-
for sales made over the tele-> cide only, for spraying Ms individ- bring greetings from the 1543 I Given PTA Okeh operated a filling station near the

phone and in writing. In all instances ual premises in a residential area Southern Baptist foreign mission- I drug ,store fort years, Mrs. Mock
I shall be aries in 47 countries. T.' A. voted after suffering from
the seller given shall also be kept by the purchaser foreign These The Canal Point P. died suddenly
the permit number, name and ad- until all of the restricted-use pesti- missionaries are supported throughthe 'Monday evening, to sponsor a C. D. high blood pressure for several x'
dress of the purchaser. When the cide is used or applied. convention's cooperative pro- course to be taught by Henry Williams -* years. The t:' many friends! in this
order is placed by telephone, the grant I: of Belle Glade. area will:'extend' sympathy to Mr.
t seller is to make delivery to the address Personal Protection: Other out-of-state speakers ap- All adults 'interested in this Mock who is operator of a service '

requested by the permit hold- X. All individuals applying re- pearing on the program include C..; course please report Tuesday. Nov. station, in West Palm Beach. .
er.The permit holder may purchase stricted or prohibited-use pesticides E. Autrey, Atlanta; Floyd B. Chaf- 14 at 7 p. m. in the school cafe- ,. -i i -.. .-

restricted-use pesticides ,by letter, shall be constantly warned as fin Dallas; T.. Guy Sloane, Jr., .toriuxn. Mrs. B. R. Mosley of Pahokee,
by recording his name, address and to the dangers involved. No Person New Orleans; Charles Howard; Mr.-Williams is a sixth grade became ill last Thursday while attending -
permit number, provided the seller Shan Remove From,Any Area For Bides Creek, North Carolina; How- teacher in Belle Glade Elementary the District 10 annual

Is to. make direct delivery or is Personal or Home Use,Any Pesticide ard E. Kershner, New York City; I II SchooL Tuesday evening will be Woman's Club, meeting in Vero
\ assured,.of the authenticity of'the Without Written'Approval. Of Albert VcClrtten, Nashville and i I spent in organizing the Civil De- Beach; and was hospitalized there
name, address and permit number. The Permit Holder. Ralph Phdps ArkadeJp1da.Ark. : fense project in this community. over night.
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Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday. November" O. 1961 ;

v h < y' -a Wl Vl '" s
fr BapEflVMU! In Luke Kelley l SpeaksAt Chapter Megtmg; .

,PahokeeMeett iM J, Lions- -Meeting" ':, I 1\.t Da, V\S.' U.A..A-\oin: .. 1 ..

Mrs. Horace.Unwin presided over: ,i Luke.. Kelley, chairman I of" the The Xi_ Aloha Mu Chapter met

the general meeting of ther: pahokee :membership development and retention at the home of Mrs. Valerie Davis, I

Baptist >Y. :M. U. held Tuesday j p, of the. iviera Beach Lions with Mrs. Ruth Tillery, co-hostess. I

evening in the Fellowship. Hall of I:.Club*Tr{ Riviera Beach,. wax, the,. guest During the program, Mrs. Katherine *

the church. speaker. at the._ local Lions. ClubMonday Cunningham spoke on "Meth
!! Ii The meeting was opened with a r7 evening.trv He was."-vr introduc-; ods of Correcting i Speech" and *

song, "Jesus Shah! Reign''Wliere'erThe :, l ed'by: Y A. R.- -Harrington.' J. *G.Weeks *. i'Tiie'Art" of Letter Writing," after
Sun" the Mrs. Guthrie
_. : by group. r Which Miss Barbara Myatt gave a <
Colvard, prayer chairman, led" President, i resided over the brief talk on fall-out shelters.
in prayer and included the names I'I meeting. Plans were made for a' calypso j

The Rarcjin n g In Canal,. Point,. Florida !on the prayer calendar. Mrs. E. B. : Other guests at the meeting included party and lobster dinner to be held J I
Gamble;. general program chairman Mr. Garwood, a recent resi- Nov. 10 at the home of Mrs. Joan
THE LAKE OKEP238QBEE: REGION HOME 01 presented a i program 9S! "? I dent of Canal Point, new owner of Tucker: with husbands as guests. ,
Am The Way New Foreign ,the M. M. n home on LakeShore Mrs. Dorothy Miller and 'her social -
: THE. EVERGLADES NEWSServing Son Fields.; ." She. teas assisted in I Drive: : guest'of X G.: Weeks; committee will be in charge of j
'presenting the program' by, tile Guy Thompson alst of Canal Point arrangements. ""* I

the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without four Circle program chairmen. guest of H. H. Sears; and Brooks -

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years Reports were given by each Circle -I Henderson, former. member of the :VISIT HOMEFOLKSMiss
chairman. Rev. Colvard taught club, now president: of the Paho- Joyce Brown, a student of
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday
Mission Study Book on "Hands I kee Club. Central Florida Junior College of I
Subscription. Price $2.00... Year In Advance Across the Sea." Fifty-two men Albert Fremd, chairman of the Ocala, spent the past weekend with

The.Everglades.News Entered at the Post Office and women attended this meeting, turkey shoot, and his committee I her parents Mr. and ,Mrs. Joe
In Canal Pointy Florida, as Second Class Matter as the brotherhood were special announced that the plans for the Brown in Pahokee Miss Brownwas
guests. I shoot are complete. The turkey accompanied home by Miss
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Eighteen members were presentof [ shoot will be held November 20-21- Brenda Unwin and her roommate. 4
the Pahokee Baptist W. M. U. 22 on the Lake Okeechobee Levee Miss Barbara Bryant of Lakeland. \
Circles Schedule Seacrest Next On mm near the' Canal Point entrance. B- They were the weekend guests of .
Regular Meet) I Mrs. W. S. Cross is spending this ginning each day at 1:00'p.. m. and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace
week with her daughter, Mrs. H. B. last until 6:30 p. m. Price will be Unwin of Pahokee. Both girls are ;
Fri. November 17 Branyan and Mr. Branyan in Mel $1.00 per shoot, and the turkeysare students at Jones Business. College, P
The four Circles. of the Pahoke ,
bourne. .plentiful. in Orlando.
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Baptist Church will meet Tuesday. I 4
Seacrest High School of "!'!! ..
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Lottie Moon Circcle 3 p. m. 'at Devils schedule and that ))11 -
the home of Mrs. Marvin Crady. Friday night, November -
Mrs. L. M. Mullis co-hostess.: (
Devils have ,
an open date this week
;Betty Mills, 9:30: a. in. at the and :will take a well earned rest. Ln1 .
home of Mrs. C .R. Wetheringtonwith Following the Seacrest game on ,
Mrs. Leland Keene, co-hostess. '
Friday night, the Blue Devils will .
8'p.. at the home ,
Faye Taylor, m. battle the Belle Glade Golden Rams r- t
of 'Mrs. M. M! Andrews with Mrs.. on Wednesday, November 22, Phone 511- Pahokee :Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

Ed Todd. cO, -.hostess. I (Thanksgiving Eve) for the Bill !:
Grace Jernigan, 8 p. m. at the Young SALES and SERVICE
Cup. This game is always a '
home of Mrs."Frank '
I toss
up no matter what kind of

10 records the two.teams have during .1 Heating Conditioning Appliances

,. A1 the season. .

Pahokee; High rp. Jtpp' its "..{t '-j"Wi&::*\ iyy&!Ii .v"Uf"'v..ttS..V.IIJ..VAl.U"'V.IDIUVU"V.. U. MlU\.MI\.J\ '". { \
.CedAds seventh win of the grid season "r."l": '''''. f'1IoH .'< I. 11)Vfrl J I',H.-f'

Friday with a 25-6 job on old rival .--f-...-......+.. ...r.mr.a ,
Okeechobee.The .
SPARE ROOMS' for' rent! If you
Blue Devils used the same
'have one, get in touch,with this '
and '[ formula which has been successful .iFIameless ELECTRIC Coop .
newspaper insert a $1 classified )
'ad.-It:win get results. All:ads throughout ,the season, (with one .. |, .; ., ,
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payable in advance.: The"Everglades exception), a crunching ground <
News Canal Point, :Flo. I game ,(214 yards) a stellar .passing .,:,".-' .
attack (120 yards), and tough. '1 '
SAMPLE "CfpTIES ,of last week's 1 defense. "
It thtifIod
edition of T1e yEycrglades News "
: Skipper Peacock swept 8 yardsto I :
,were mailed in .Canal :Point and cap a first,quarter drive'and.put .
new subscriptions; 'be' welcomed ,the Devils on the victory trail. In

this'we !c-Just..J 2.00!I or a year the I second, ,John Russom took; .a 'not the kitchen /f
I will keep you,,informed of happilrigs -'pitchout and passed 24 yards to Jim : .
in this area. ,
for It
Vandegrift a score. was

FOR SALE: 'New.and used ,WUlys Russom's eighth straight completion .. 'J
Jeeps. \Walter,tfshZey: !a Oarage this se son. ?}; 0% I

in Belle Glade, Phone 8058. .Both squads scored in the third, the .,
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11-yard toss in the I e 'r.a ,
with an early I
APARTMENTS Are needed by k.fffft:; : T y.: +S c:N f< fiFf 4{:,4/; '
period,and Russ Qsceola .scooting 'r.d.
many folks,coming into this area O teeehobee's Ij
30 yards: for sc .re
,to earn ,a living..Do you have one j
It was the longest run against Pahokee's -
.for rent? Tell"them and the world
through' a $l "classified a lid'n these defense all season.
f' In the fourth, Harold Peacock
columns.. Send( along a:,descriptionof I I
: went in from the 4 to end the TD I
the apartment: nd'a'$l bin anwe'll
do the rest: \jThe Everglade* 'barrage:,and Skipper ran the extra : .

:News.',.., 't Canal H'_. ..]Polnt...._ .. lPla.Y : '. down point.advantage Pahokee had and a Skipper 17-10 first Peacock I ., I

,8USSCQHBe,4Ke'i, your led the runners with 120
name 4bel,v W8JY.OUO. be,.)n .yards. .

>BlrP4r.. ,on f 11>I3' .I 4 4l" lJ?Pahokee -_ ,,. .6.6 6 7-:25Okeechobee ,
that $2.00 payment now'iflf swill -.,.. ;.O JO 6 .0- 6 ; ak
continue to send you this great --- -- ..... j
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The "" I Ws : n \ Pahokee! Carnival ELECTRIC cooking means there's FLAME cooking means h.eat spills t
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P1a.' 1. lastPxttr..apdMr.j .$618 direct contact between utensil and up around utensil, heats up your ..

{Cheating element Heat kitchen i and I l' .: ;
CATWN TOCB:Ur f istthe dl to.. goes quickly you _
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'coiaer.ore;you take'nn .. '\Vroten, chairmen I and ,directly into the fooa .- ncyour >

how about dropping a check tot I I of the Pahokee P. T. A., -I J:. ,- .kitchen. .. "
t32.60 lrt tha'rrtaitto bd f\4MUcrt loween )Carnival reported, theP. ",':-

tion to The .Everglades, Netrs. ,7tial I I A. made a':.net ,profit of<$&7B. &. ....................... ; ,

'Point, Fla...T. This"amount.was CO per,cent,of.the ...A. .modern. .automatic. j electric range, .. .will cook- food. ..just" ......fesast... .. ..,-.: _'.: '1.: 4.
.ADan total profit. .'; as.food will cook. .withput: ; wasted.heft that' ...overheats. the ? !l=i C, .. f .
i Outstanding troths were the !
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h L ; klchen ark Flameless,electric...cooking constantroils'i : '}
a ) : 4ub 4' p. 10th grade cake walks.which,netted you. means : < fastest.PJJVJERAft
er, Pahokee 7128. tF $143.00; Library booth $102.60; sbdming pilot lights .'. also> eliminates, the byproductno s of" flame"V j toownf.. \nas:Wm i t ,

. "'FOE'RENTr'Lftrge'jroomy turi si- P. T. A. :Barbecue' lamburgera . soot,fames, greasy fuel: t grime.:So change over to the comfort :' .JXMW to minuta..: : j

: ,--2-1. "t''.i nienenf';.",' .IQ-. 115.00: ;,s.lso'the welfth- .grade- ,#nd convenience.f a..flamd ss.electric!range .you'll be proud i seconds from minutes! to.i: ',t'
booth. '. .
bIyU 1i iced'doiiptnay.
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"; ;.W ...'NPe.1TeL. 1t91. This' vast sum,-was made possibleby .of. "your. .kitchen' -,as well.as' .your cooking. I :. ...,...... .._.........'...: :.;<: 1\\
; : ;)the' co-operation: urf parents! '
Cahal'Poult { i See your electric .qrux dealer. today. ;
teachers, ;:organizations and :.buai- ,' app-.-... ... ..

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;. from NeWT>p6high'-quality coin .the Everglades :Farm Bureau and .. .:: ": l7'8CHEA'ER. TOOl \
6oPerat L" JNo!selling. r :t re weel lad ir Miaml.wherethey. ,
iTo'iualify youjmust.haye..carref- attendedthe. '4or"k'i ;"'u '.F J.DR i o.a-) .llfiJITtHELPING tCJJ II.PAN.r ss 4 3' ; 1 1I

(.e nces 80utoj$19ea cash.tSevea ConrentaAko'lltr anti Mm.-Carl ...: R DA j QA 4 .
? '4c :twelve-liQaKi weekly 'jaetJUp IWa 1fo net of jB e ndE'Icackeyof "" r ..lU.ILD."L! ." \ I

to'$400 monthly.:,,,More 4&U ttime.F ; LakeIHartior-' 4eEI '. 4' .-.
.j : personal interview write 4422 the convention.. Floyd l&ickaoa of ..: \

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,". c&roM*a.. r day's meetlt1g"J: r err,MEGAIUaI IIOIIt :I I'r .
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Public Relations Van Wilson New all in fun. Also rapped hard--.were i!

'r S J-Meeting In Tampa President 4-H Club I Secretary of State Tom Adams and t .

[ NEWS NOTES JMrs. ] : Development Wendell Jarrard.Commission Chairman .//'r- t j..I

, .u TAMPA-Some 200 public re- The Canal Point Boys 4-H Club Former governor Millard Cald- i
lations counselors will converge on met Thursday at 1:00 p. m., November well received his share of kidding i
: W. E. McCall, president of Mr. and Mrs. Don McKinnon returned Tampa early next month to inaug- 2, with 41 members pres- as did Senator George Smathers !r

the Canal Point.P. T. A. wishes to to their home in Miami urate the first Public Relations Institute because of his Latin American in- f 1!

announce to the public that ,"The after spending the week here as of the Florida Public Rela- ent.Kent Price, the County Agricul- terest. Also on the list was State ( E
Canal Point P.T.A. is not guests of her parents, Mr. and MM.
sponsor tions Association. tural
\ Agent helped the club elect Senator W. C. (Cliff) Herrell and f i
ing the sale of Christmas Cards J. H. Strayer. Planned"as a preview" of future the new officers. Vann Wilson was State Representative George Stall- --- / :
this year, as has been the custom in Mrs. J. L. McCall, Mrs. W. S.. institutes, this year's gather- elected the President; along with ings ( l

previous years." Evans and Mrs. J. D. Latham met ing' will be a one-day session of Terry Hall, Vice President;. Bobby Bryant was kidded about his | I II
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weeks of Ca- recently with Mrs. D. P. Hughes at
classroom of
study the Tucker Mike Mc-
on campus Secretary; I European trip while Jarrard was
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nal Point had_ as their weekend her home in Bryant. They plannedthe University of South Florida. Future Call, County Delegate; Teddy Mc- noted for his Florida promotions. /

guests his nephew.and family, Mr: week of Prayer Meeting for institutes will consist of 'aweek's Call, Reporter, and Ronnie Paige, I.Adams and Dickinson were singled .' f.
and Mrs. Robert Coursen and Lottie Moon Christmas: offerings.
duration on the oi Leader.
campus Song out for their political ambitions. .
"f daughter Miss Sylvia Jane of Lulu. Jack Phillips, of Fairfax, S. C., one of Florida's universities if the Projects were discussed and Mr.

They were enroute home from Mi- flew to Pahokee, Monday, on a "preview" meeting is successful. Price distributed the club record II i

ami Beach, where Miss Coursen business trip. While here he will.be Held in conjunction with the an- books and instructed the membersin Faith Sasser Wins .

was a representative from Union the house guest of his parents-in- nual convention of FPRA at' the the way they should be kept. Stetson Election

County, at'a music convention. law Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Arm-. Hillsboro Hotel, the institute will The meeting was adjourned 2:00p. !
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Parker strong. be under the direction of
Roger m. with a song led by Ronnie Miss Faith'Sasser, daughter of
and children,Paul and Zo Ellen, of Pvt. Harold Yeomans serving in Stake, Tourist Services Director of Paige. I
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sasser of Paho-
West Palm Beach were Sundayguests the National Guards at Ft. Lee, the Florida Development Commis- -. '
kee, been elected for vicepres"dent -
of his brother and sister- Va., is the guest of his parents, Mr. sion. Outstanding personalities in I
of the Junior Class at Stetson
in-law: :Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parkerin and Mrs. Charley Yeomans of Pa- the public relations field have been Needle Is Given
University. the first election she
Canal Point. hokee. invited to act as instructors at the State Politicos tied with Bev. Graham in which
Mr. 'and Mrs. M. .C. Carter of Mr. and Mrs. Leavy Rodgers of day-long session.
four candidates were running. Last
Port Mayaca had as:their Sunday Canal Point left Saturday for Stake announced, "Nonmembersof '
GAINESVILLE Florida political week in the run-off election she
luncheon guests her nephew and Dozier, Ala., where they will spend '
FPRA: are cordially invited to .-
still under of the
figures are reeling won by a large majority
! family, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Wells two weeks visiting relatives.. attend the convention and Institute the received i
lampooning they by votes.
and little daughter Lisa of Riviera Mrs. Paul Sasser and young son, which we feel will be out- Univ. of Florida law students dur- ..
Beach. James Paul, of Pahokee spent the
standing. The three day conventionwill
ing Homecoming festivities at the Thomas (Timmy) Herring:, young
Miss Friend Junior at weekend with her mother f
Cindy past
be packed full. of educational University.Gov. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Herring
Florida State University, was the :Mrs.: J. C. Phillips, in Wauchula. sessions
designed to provide a clear
Farris .
Bryant and Fred Q. of Pahokee returned home last
weekend guest of.her parents, :Mr. Miss Mattie Bain of Coats, N. C. of >
picture public relations as it is
Dickinson, Jr., received the brunt Monday from St. Marys Hospital \
and Mrs. Lewis Friend and sister. is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. practiced in Florida". .
of the attack which was, of course I in West Palm Beach. !
Merri Anne; of Pahokee. Paul Rardin'and Mr. Rardin in Ca- -4a. .
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Wheeler of nal Point. I j
Ladies Circles) To j
Lakeland were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers of jJ
his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Pahokee had as their weekend Collect ClothingThe 1

and Mrs.: Jess Elliott of Pahokee. guest his sister, Mrs. Charles :

They will be accompanied home by O'Riordan of Ft. Pierce, also Sun- ladies Circle of the Ever- FOR SALE H \

his mother, Mrs. Emma Wheeler day guests included her sister, Mrs. glades Presbyterian Church, met I
who has been a house guest of the N. V. Hawthorne and son Wayneof Monday at 8 p. m. at the home of I
Elliotts for several weeks. Ft. Lauderdale. Mrs. Roy Vandegrift, Sr. Rev. New 3-Bedroom, 2-Bath Homes :

Mrs. Gertrude Wilson and Mrs. Mrs. Guy Thompson of Canal Johnson pastor of the Church and Immediate Occupancy '.

Emma Wheeler of Pahokee spent Point was hostess.at a Tupperware Mrs. Johnson were guests. ;He gave \
Tuesday in Stuart party, Monday at 2 p. m. at her the invocation, the devotional was '
Mrs. Hazel Chastain of Canal home in Canal Point. She was.assisted given by Mrs. Mae Laflin. Mrs. ROYAL PALM MANOR ,

Point attended the Jupiter Garden in serving refreshments by Pickett presented1' Bible Studyon

Club meeting Tuesday which met in Mrs. J. D. Latham. Eight guests "Jesus Christ the Light of the Phone 7712. -:- Blanton & Unwin 1

'Sal Haven Auditorium at 1:30 p.m. were presentS World." \
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She presented a program on Dried A. Nail returned Monday to It was announced that this circle -
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Flower arrangements by giving his work in St. Petersburg after along with'the other circles, J JI

demonstrations and a talk on dried spending the past two weeks with from Belle Glade would have as /:

'. .arrangements.. his wife in Canal Point. their project collect. clothing and > xafsfirs\irri\ir7ifir7i ?i\7r ,
"" house-hold goods for 1.fission.Hav. -I :
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Shower For ,
Calling Col. Kirkman Gets returning missionaries.I I II' .

Mrs. Ellis HallThe The December meeting will be a ;

Legion AwardTALLAHASSEEColonel .joint meeting with the other, ,circles WANTEDORANGE .
new home of Mr. and Mrs. and will meet at the home of Mrs.
Robert Lanier in Belle Glade. Each
A. J. Scruggs on first street Canal -
member is asked to bring an article
Point, was the scene Mondayat H. N.
of clothing or a toy for the Thorn- PICKERS
2:00 to 6:00, p. m. of a bridal Kirkman,. ,Director of the Depart- well Orphanage. !

calling shower, in honor of Mrs. ment of Public Safety has been pre- .

Ellis(Rhymes) Hall, recent bride- sented 'with an .American Legion MossHome Scene
elect. Hostesses assisting Mrs. FOR :
National award for _
his policy of
Scruggs were Mrs. W.. J. Martin, Of Sorority MeetingMrs. j
Pahokee; Mrs. Lynn Norman of hiring veterans and disabled per- SINGLE MALES

Bryant; and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs of The certificate of appreciationsaid the meeting of Xi Beta Tau ,

Canal Point. Appproximately 45 : in part that Colonel Kirkmanwas group, with Mrs. Walter Nason, :111111111111111! I
friends called in the afternoon to '
so recognized because of, his president presiding. : I
offer her
congratulations.The The club voted to send Christmas
bride's table and refreshment "outstanding policy in the employ-
gifts to patients of the mental .
table were covered with lace cloth ment of ,physically- handicapped health hospitals. Bessemer Properties !

over pink. On the refreshment table veterans." Mrs. Beth Wilkinson presented a .
was a crystal punch bowl encircled The,award was made by Sam A. i
program on "My Experience, in
\ by sprigs of fern and'pink from McColliim of St. Petersburg, Flor- which each member tells of an un- Pahokee Phone 584 .J!

Crystal plates and highlightedby ida Departmental Commander of usual experience she had in her life. .Jj.JI j
white in candle the Legion at I
tapers Crystal a meeting of district The next meeting, Nov. 16. will
,holders. Lilies of the Florida Patrol
valley Highway Legion be held at the home of Mrs. Shirley I
Sand white roses were used with Auxiliary members here. Shirley. KM MumMumjf. if iijiiijmmmjsKzssmfr.M..i \ R !

i silver streamers in making the W. B. Mackall of St. Petersburg. : -. :. .' .. ;","\. I

nose' gay decorations on the State Chairman of the Legion's Ed- ; : --. .. I
"gift table. Other decoration arrangements ucation and: Employment Committee .frfr* : fl..H"MiM'M'Mi'l. -I M U t U i H'lHSr --HH-*! !-H-H-

; throughout the spacious ; said that the award is usually r>tJ1.- -. --*>A?' ?. -

: living room featured ai* arrangement given a.;firm; company, corpora'
:: of pink roses'in a crystal tion o'r agency"which employes*the Is It M i.neyo Need

.. bowl. I handicapped'veteran. This is the i
Mrs.Judy Norman was in chargeof the first time it has been awarded

the guest book. White carnation an individuaL For That New Home? I

:honoree, her. mother, Mrs. Lee L. of Florida this year was in appreciation i

-Rhymes and mother-in-law, Mrs. for the outstanding recordof .
Perry Hall. Among the beautiful Colonel Kirkman who directs the Here at Everglades Federal we are just waiting for you to come in and. I E

.. gifts received by the honoree wasa employment of all of the depart- i'
folks in
make known. That's our business-furnishing
pressure cooker, a present from ment's personnel. The departmentis your wants

v.-the, hostesses. composed of the Florida Highway the Glades with the necessary CASH t6 buy and build homes.
Out of town guests were, Mrs. Patrol and the Driver's License .

Lee: L. Rhymes Mrs. Shirley Dooley Division.. j

Mrs. Theo Dooley, and MissPatsy 'I Out of a total 1,039 persons employed -j j COME TODAY! If you have never borrowed money at the Everglades tit ,

Tom Dooley, all of Belle' there are 524 veterans and
", Federal be surprised at the lack of RED TAPE and .; "
':Glade. I' 49 handicapped. These figures include -II you'll
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members of the Florida
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< ; the friendly manner in which all transactions are carried: out. .
.; We wish to express our appreciation -I I aminers, clerical and secretarial
to our friends who were so and all other civilian employees of
and kind to and to the r
thoughtful us department whose sprawling

,"our young son Timmy ,during his I l organization: reaches from Pensa- Federal'Savings & Loan Association I
operation and stay in the St.Mary's cola to Key West. : : Everglades ;!: ;

Hospital. Your kind attentions to Colonel Kirkman is a veteran of .
4is .will always,be remembered. :World Wars I and n, a holder of AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION _.'
f:,-'*:',Mr fand.Kr& C. W.Herringand the Legion of Merit award for service -I "- 40 S. W., Ava. -BBBXE; GLADE NOR TTT <-2tCVi "
young song Thomas in World War IL He served

*(Timmy) 'Herring. overseas for 38 months. I i 1 III II 1 H t H n u i i n n 1 1 u n i in II 1 I l I I- Hs' t H i H i H H i H t H. H n i i I I" .

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Mrs. Marjorie Branch was hostess -
for the meeting of the Beta '- !

Canal Point P. T. A. met Monday Omicron Chapter of Beta Sigma _;

evening in the school cafetorium,' Phi Sorority Thursday, Nov. 2, at '
her home v
with Mrs. W. E. McCall president I in Pahokee.
The pledge ritual was conferred' r
presiding. Mrs. Lewis Hayes
I on the group's five pledgers Mrs. t
v ed the meeting with the devotionaland Virgini aCollier, Mrs. Shelia Ames -.
was joined by the members in Mrs. Lovda Newton Mrs. Sue
Methodist Canal Point Church Of God, repeating. the Lords Prayer. Crawford ,and Mrs. Barbara Pope.

.Church, Pahokee Baptist Church Barfield HighwayPahokee The P. T. A.voted to buy badges Mrs. Walter Nason of the Xi Beta '
I and helmets for the school patrol Tau Chapter, conducted the rituals.

Rev. T. C. O'Steen Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Fla.J. boys. Also to send a thank you note I Mrs. Louise Zaccagnino, president
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: to Mr. Reese, the Ventriloquist for conducted the business meet-
Hughes, Minister
9:45 a. m,-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Phone 3736 his program at the Halloween Car- ing and appointed Mrs. Nina Hat-

11:00 6:45 a. .m, -Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship SUNDAY: nival. ton, Publicity Chairman and Mrs.

7:45 p. m.-MYF 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cherry, Hallo- Marilyn Poteete the chapters :alternate -
TUESDAY p. m.-r-Evening: Worship 7)30 p. .:Evening' Worship 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship ween Carnival chairmen, reporteda representative to the city
WEDNESDAY: 7:30 profit of$359.69.Door prizes were council, both to fill the vacanciesleft
7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir prao- p. m. -Evangelistic Ser-
ticeWEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.Prayer Heeticg. viceTUESDAY won by Skipper Lanham, Charley by the resignation of Mrs.

: .. : Barfield, Philip Maxson and Mrs., Laura Hatton.
Joe Kent Carr. These prizes were Mrs. :Marjorie Branch, social
7:45 7:30
p. m.-Mid-week devotions p. m.-Prayer Service
donated by the following local chairman announced the social
8:SQ., p. m.-Senlor Choir prac The Methodist Church THURSDAY: next -
tice.Canal 7:30 stores: Canal Point DepartmentStore will be a progressive dinner
Point Florida p., m. for Christ
-S Canal Service. Canal Point Pharmacy, held Nov. 16.Following .
S. MH _. Echols Grocery and Sears Hard- the business meeting,
Point First Robert A. Shelley Pastor ware. Their report was concluded Mrs. Marion Hatton presented a

.. Baptist Church SUNDAY: .. The Pahokee ChurchOf with a special .thanks ,to everyonein program "The History of the
'10:00 a. m.-church School The Nazarene the community for their part in Dress", after which refreshmentswere
llboa. m.-:Morning: Worship making the carnival a success. served by the hostess.
Elder R. E.Barfield '6:30 .Youth Fellowship 45,497 _
p. Henry Williams 6th teacher -
,SUNDAY: Rev. Max D. Jones, Pastor
7:80 p. m.-Evening Worship of Belle Glade Elementary
433 Bacom Point Rd.
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School
MONDAY Folks Receive
School, was the guest speaker and
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship Phone 7528, p/0. Box 882
3:15 m.-Youth Choir practice
p. introduced ,
SUNDAY was by Mrs.Larrick,
7:00 m.-B. T. C. :
: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. Program Chairman. He talked on October State Aid
8:00 p. m.Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.-Woman' Society1st .
WEDNDESDAY 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. Civil Defense and gave informationon
I 7:30 m.-Midweek Tuesday2nd 6:30 p. m.-Juniors. the types of shelters suitablefor
p. Prayer :MONDAY:
Service v 7:00 p. m.Sunday Evening this area, also, how the radio Thomas E. Penick of District 10
?- 7:30 no.Esther Class meeting
p. .
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: WEDNESDAY: Evangelistic Service. active burns should be treated. Welfare Board of"the State De-
'7.-SO p. .-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting I WEDNESDAY: After his talk the P. T. A. voted'to t partment of Public Welfare, reported -
Meeting. 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer sponsor a course in iC. D. with that in Palm Beach County
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meeting. him instructor. Classes 5497
.b& as an to persons were assisted in the
"Where you are a stranger butonce" meet once a week in the cafetor- I four categories of public assistancefor
First St. Lutheran
Baptist Peter's' .
: .! ium.Room the month of October 1961.A .
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Church, PahokeeGuthrie Church Befle GladeAugust count was won by Billy total of 1,846 persons' received -
Christian Science Huddle, fourth grade room. ,Old Age Assistance in the

W. Colvard, :Minister Koerber, Pastor Group Of Canal Point Hostesses for the social hour amount of $84,481.00. 95 persons
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. ,601."W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade were Mrs. Fred Kinsaul Mrs. Monk received Aid to the Blind, totaling
,, <6 Morning Worship 11:00 a. m._ SUNDAY: The indestructible relationshipof Jackson,and Mrs. .Earl. Wilson. $5,694.00. 854 families, representing -
Training Union -6:30'p.: m. Divtne.'Serv1c ;!! A. M. God and man will be explainedat -- 2,619 children, received Aid to \

Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. School 9:45 A... H.m> Christian Science serVices Sun- ,Women Attend, '< Dependent Children in the amountof
Wednesday Prayer. 5367600. 289 persona received
Service 7:30 p. m. :MaryVCadiblicChurch day in a Lesson-Sermon on the Vero Beach Meet Aid to the Disabled in the amount

A.warm welcome to all. subject "Mortals and Immortals." 1609800..

"F ..... These words of Paul will be included 'Members of the Pahokee Wom-?| I In addition 311 children received -
the -' in the readings from the ens Club were represented at the. service during the month, 192 of
Church Of God .Father Prancis Fennech, 'Pastor ;
... .. Edible: "The Spirit itself beareth' District 10 annual meeting Thursday whom were in foster homes. The
Sunday Mass -,II:30.a. m.
Qf Prophecy, Pahokee Confessions before Mass. ; witness with our spirit, that we are hi Vero Beach by Mrs. B. R. I total state and local cost for these
.. the children of God: And if chit' Mosley, president; Mrs. M. P. child welfare services-was $11,80751. ,- I
Canal Point Road dren, then heirs; heirs of God, and Stanley, 1st vice president; Mrs. .
John 'H. Kinard, pastor Holy Nativity joint-heirs with Christ; if so be ,Wiley Tillis, secretary. Mrs. Stanley There were 8 adopption petitions

10:00 a. m.-rSunday: School Episcopal Church. that we suffer with him, that we served as a teller during the studied for the Circuit Court. Theseare
I 11:00 a. m.-Preaehing* 'Seryiee PahoWeeAL t may be also glorified together"Rom. meeting. children placed in homes inde-

;7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service ( 8). State, officers headed,by Mrs. M. pendent of service, through a licensed -
,8:00 p. m. Tuesday--Y,' *.:B Wendell Hainiin, vicar A correlative citation from "Sci- Lewis Hall, president who is mak- child placing agency, and
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. 1C. B. I SUNDAY: ence and Health with Key to the ing a tour of the,state, were guestsat the Welfare Board is responsible

Everyone welcome Special music 10;a. m.-rSunday} School Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, the meeting. Mrs.Hall announce according to law to make these reports
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and slngine. I '11 a. m.Worship ServiceAbout slates: "It is only by:Acknowledging ed that Mrs. Addison P. Drummon to the court. x

_.- I I f __ __ the supremacy of Spirit, which Lakeland has' resigned as first Palm Beach County is also rep-
----- annuals the _claims of matter, that vice president and Mrs. J. ,R. Glover resented on the District Ten Wel-
mortals can layoff mortality and of Lakeland, has been elected fare Board by Reverend Paul :M.
find the indissoluble spiritual link by the board of directors to finish Cassen, Mrs. Helen R. Tedder, Mrs.
Thinking Building? i which establishes man forever intne out her term of office. Mrs. MarkW. Helen D. Woodward of West Palm

j divine likeness,, Inseparable Emmel,of Gainesville_ will serve Beach.
I' S from his creator" (p..491). as second,,vice president, with Mrs. 5-S.
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James Porter of Plant City
t For Free Estimates; Call Tyner I Christmas Decoration
as state treasurer.A .
Philippians Meet, -
J 11J complete report of this'year'swork Plans Are Complete
With Mrs. HobsonThe was given by each club president -
1.J W1LEYT1LLIS, t in the district. They stressed ',Mrs. Jess Eliott, chairman of the
Philippians Class of the Caiial that the "best informed and edu- Christmas Decoration Show met
i General BuildingContractor t Point Baptist Church met cated club women attend State Tuesday afternoon with the cochairman -
Tuesday evening at the home of County'Board and General Federa- Mrs. C. B. Stringarhand
I Box 54 PAHOKEE "Phi: 7121 IjMonday' Mrs. Bill Hobson, teacher with tion Womans Club meetings and the other members pf the committee -

Y' Mrs. Paul Rardin presiding over Conventions." std completed their plans for
the, business of electing:officers. Club:,Pistrict,Chairman .also reported :I'the'shpw.I : ) Mrs. Frank'.Ifriend, president -
:Mrs. J. E. Williams 'was elected on the cluU/activities\ !: .at',the,r ,::Sf the Pahokee Garden Club, ,
the new president along" with Mrs. meeting:;, Mrs. Wells Tolson of Bt. I was an invited guest at the meet:
: J. L. McCall as vice president;.Mrs. Pierce was elected;District Director -
Cattle Sides. Cecil Clark was elected as secre- and the Stuart Woman's,:Club ing.The Christmas Decoration Show

tary and treasurer. was selected as the meeting place will be held Friday, December 8 at
Members drew names for secret for ''1962 District meeting.4H 4:00 til 8:00 p. m. in the Pahokee
ire pals. The class voted to hold quarterly i Womans Club Building. All mem-
regularly held-at the .Glades UvestocVllarket;
7 class meetings instead of reg- bers of the Garden Club and Wom
Clubbers ld
k which is owned slid operated j) by i re'ttfan 120
ular monthly*>meeting. A gift was ans Club of Pahokee are supposedto
Florida Cattlemen. presented by :Mrs. J. t.. McCall to Regular :Meeting: : bring Christmas decorations and
Mrs. Grady Echols (former teacher suggestions to the club building by
;i You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here ), for loyal and untiring effortsin The Canal Point Girls 4-H Club 10:00 a. m. on that date. This show

:;' -3 at this Market. We make an effort at all times to give the past years. met Thursday at 10:00 a. m. to 2:00p. : is open to the public.
I Mrs. J. H. the de- .' m. with Members of this Committee include -
&; an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us Strayer gave Nancy Harrington I Hirer
votional. After the business meeting presiding. Maxine Treet read devo- Mesdames: Helen ,
, a trial. :...delicious -.refreshments .were tions and led in the 4-H pledge. Martha McIntosh, Donna Plumer,
I1ttl11111111111 / I served"by the hostess to 12 mem.. Shirley Trett and Sylvia Martin led I Arnette Major, Gethie Friend'and

f{. bers. .. .. the group in songs. Louise Stanley.Training .
,rr-----: Maxine, also, gave a report on -
SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. nu i Ilh iJi iT "
SS-f- the County Council Meeting held Union
The Sunbeams and Girls Auxil- November 2 in West Palm Beach.
iary classes of the'Canal Point Bap- Secretary called the roll and read Fish Fry Party
f Glades Livestock Market tist Church met Tuesday at 3 p.m. the minutes of the last meeting.. -- .**
in the church. Mrs. Roy Brantley :Miss Lo Pinto gave'some good Thirty adults attended Canal
).;: 'ASSOCIATION. and Mr Guy Thompson are lead- points on giving demonstrations Point Baptist Church Adult Training -
:> ers of the Sunbeams. Mrs. J. H. after which Vicki Haggins and Union Fish fry party Thursday -
: t On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road Strayer is the G. A. Leader. Both Brenda Ingram volunteered to givea evening, given at the horn IOf

Phone WY 6-3028 George Young Manager classes are making good progress demonstration at the next meet Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCaTl. Short

5-.. and each week new members are, ing. 'Jo Anne Parker Club Report;I business session was held tot

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t Heart_Clinic For 'Farm Betty Johnson Bureau Contest In Long Range Plan In Tools Canal Are Point Stolen Dr. Sam Mosley, 54, 1

[i' The Entire., Glades ...W..-. E. Johnson.. .-, accompanied. For Stetson,Univ.A Last Arnold J. Scroggs'pickup Is Heart VictimDr. ,I

,... .. bis daughter Miss Betty Johnson truck was Robber of all his
. The Heart Clinic atnhe, Belle of Canal Point, returned home Long Range Planning Com- mechanical tools while parked in Samuel Moseley, 54, died t
, Glade Memorial Hospital now takes Tuesday from the Farm 'Bureau mittee for Stetson University's-fortune front of his new home on first- suddenly Thursday, of a heart at- I
care of 93 welfare patients on alternate ,Convention held in Miami Beach. street in Canal Point. tack suffered on the Coral Gables' \
has been
appointed as a special -
Thursday mornings at 8:00 They spent Sunday night through He kept his tools in chests on the golf course in the presence of sev-
committee to the
. a. m. Six;: of' these patients are Monday at the Bracelona Hotel responsible body of the truck, as he did extra eral other doctorss.
r children with a heart condition. where Miss Johnson representedthe board of Trustees, ,President J. work on tractors for several farm- He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth -

r- The Heart Clinic is sponsored by Everglades Farm Bureau as a Ollie Edmunds announced today. ers. He estimated his loss,as over Stuckey Moseley, one son,
'. the Heart Association of Palm contestant in the State Talent Find The committee be charged $100.00 of end-wrenches and other Robert Moseley and a daughter,

Beach and Martin Counties. Patients Contest at the State Convention. with making a long range study of tools. Janet, all of Coral Gables.
" come from the entire Glades Governor Bryant and Senator.Holland the University. It will outline Uni- The theft was discovered Mon Funeral services were held Sat-
': area from Canal Point to Lake spoke at the Convention. The versity needs and the steps that day morning when he went to geta urday A. M. in Van-Orsdel Funeral
Harbor. winner of the contest will be an- should be taken in order that Stet- wrench from his truck for a Home Chapel in Coral Gables.
... -' The t.doctors who give: their time nounced later.Lower son may "discharge its responsibility neighbor. Deputy Sheriff Frank Among those attending the funeral -
In serving on the Heart Clinic are as a Christian college duringthe Rozelle was called to the scene. were Mrs. Gertrude Wilson,
,,' all on the staff at the Belle Glade fast changing period that lies Mrs. Karl ,Kolstad and Mrs. Ada-
.ry Memorial Hospital: Dr. J. Allen Freight ahead." GARDEN CLUB BAZAAR line Stuckey, all of Pahokee.
Baker, Dr. Roy W. Brown, Dr. In addition to President Ed- -- .
Jphn: Crady, Dr. James A. Gray, Rates PossibleThe munds, the group is comprised of The Garden Club "Bazaar" with PATTERSON CIRCLE
Dr. Hoke Shirley, Jr., Dr. W. O. three trustees, the academic and baked goods, fancy work, and toys
. Norville, and Dr. Frank Tudela. student deans, the business man- will be held Nov. 16 from 2 to 6 The lone Patterson Circle of the

.. The pharmacists who also donate possibility' of lower freight ager, and two representatives each p. m. in the Community Hall. The Canal Point Baptist Church, will

their time are: Hubert A. Danese, rates between the Belle Glade area from students, faculty, alumni,_the Bazaar is sponsored by the Canal meet Danny Wallis and W. A. Wooten, and coastal points from West Palm city of DeLand, and the Florida Point Garden Club. An eye catch-
r ing display of home made baked the home of Mrs. A. R. Chastain.Mrs. .
Jr, They have filled 530 prescrip- Beach to Key West looked brighter' Baptist Convention.
soft cudley W. S. Evans, program chair-
goods fancy aprons
tions this The
year. drugs are sup- last week when the motor car- Dr. Goodrich C. White consultant -
cloth animals, potted plants, another man, will present the program.
plied by the Welfare Departmen.t
riers offered to lower the ratemaking -I' of the Association of American
' ., items' which will make nice Mrs. W. S. Cross chairman, will
The lab technitions who do all
bases to a more reasonablelevel. Colleges, will sit in with the com- *
the EKGs, Chest X-rays, and blood Christmas presents. preside over the business.meeting.
Also included were lower mittee at its first meeting sometime -
work are Jimmy Cason and Miss rates between West Palm Beach the latter part of this month'. --- -.. '- --- --
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1 The Hospital Auxiliary volun- The previous bases, or mileages
teers are Mrs.. Frank Dooley, Mrs. were based on rail mileages'which Judge THEATRESPRINCE
Dick Poston, Mrs. Guy Wood and far exceeded the actual highway Court Meeting. .
Mrs Irvin Zumpf.Harrington. used the truck lines.
mileages by
This has been costing the merch- Mrs. Louis Davis, Mrs. B. R. Mos LAKE DRIVE-IN
Visit ants and citizens of Palm Beach ley, Mrs. Frock Baxter, Mrs. M. P. F"
Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Monticello Relatives County an estimated $7,000 per Stanley (all of Pahokee) attendeda Pahokee
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public hearing will be held be- Tuesday 10:00 through lunch, at -2 Did FEATURES -
Mrs. J. S.
Harrington, accompanied fore the Fonda Intrastate Rate the Florida School for Boys in SUNDAY 3IONDAY-TDESDA>
by her son,. Donald Harrington Bureau in Jacksonville this Thurs- Okeechobee. SUNDAY MONDAY-TIIFSDAY NOVEMBER 12-13-14

both of Port Mayaca, drove up day. The Palm' Beach County At this South Florida Court NOVEMBER 12-13-14 ALL IN A
to Monticello last Friday and are Freight Traffic Bureau introduceda Meeting thirteen Judges and representatives -

the house guests of her soninlawand proposal to reduce these chargeslast from Florida Federa- Two Rode Together NIGHT'S WORK"

daughter, Judge and :Mrs. Kenneth year, and will be representedat tion Womans Club, were present SHIRLEY MACLAINE AND
E. Cooksey and family. the hearing by its Assistant Di- representing their'counties.. Re-
Mr. Harrington returned home rector, Dwight Green. ports were heard from the Judges JA3EES STEWART, RICHARD DEAltf MARTIN

early this.week. His mother plans The proposed reductions will be concerning the bill of legislationto WIDMARK & SHIRLEY -ALSO-
to remain in Monticello and also discussed and other areas where be offered to the next session of
visit relatives in South Georgia be- similar inequities still exist will be the Legislature for the "After Care JONES "The Snake

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