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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 24, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Transportation on Lake, Okeechobee. What county commission this week Shack's Cafe BurnsIn Before a record crowd on the
Belle Glade athletic field, the Golden -
I approved a road building plan
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Pahokee Dock Built at a I which is designed to help handle Early M. Rams defeated the Pahokee

Cost of Many Thousands of Dollars and the traffic destined for a new sugar Blue Devils in their annual Turkeyeve j
mill now under construction near ,Cafe locatedjn the heartof battle to the tune of 13 to 0.
Harbor For Which the Pahokee Council
City Belle Glade. Canal Point; just south of the The half ended with the Rams f

Mortgaged Its Cigarette Tax To Build at a Some three miles of road are involved West Palm Beach canal was demolished leading the Devils by a'score of S .
.. in the plan presented by to 0. Late in the final quarter the 'i
Cost of A Quarter Million Dollars.While by a fire that struck at 0
Commissioner Paul Rardin, Canal Ii Rams racked up another tally and :
1 a. m. Thursday. The cafe was '
Point in which the Sugar Cane brought their total to 13 while the
city county and state officials barge shipment. Growers,Coop of Florida agreed to closed by the operator around Devils earned the goose egg. \
watched from the sidelines, State'Representative Emmett S.Roberts share the expense of building the midnight. Determination was not It was the Golden Rams' fifth
three barges towed by the tug boat Was'master ceremonies roads. made as to the cause of the blaze victory. overall; they have won

"Brahma" docked at the Port of for the occasion, and extended a The new roads run north from but it is thought that defective four and tied one, Pahokee is now
Belle: Glade Tuesday noon with cane wiring have caused itAll 5-3 conference and 7-3
.warm welcome. to all city county Airport Road and eventually will may in the over
harvesting machinery for the ever- be connected to State Road 15. equipment in, the building was '
y, growing and booming sugar cane and state officials in County Engineer Steve Middle- ruined.The building! is the propertyof all.By defeating the Blue Devils the f
industry In the Glades. The, first He gave credit where ttendanee.1 S. D. Morris of West Palm '
I : ton told ,the,. commission that dur* Rams"were entitled to retain tl eBiltYoungTrophy
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shipment was to be to .dui4oCthosfc-wrha. Beach. that to the ...j'
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advance""the port. Following the each year that a vehicle per,minute winner of the annual gridiron classic. -
,, from J Jeanerette La. short ceremony Mr. Roberts invit- would be approaching the new Woman's Club Show .
The shipment consisted of 88 ed those in' attendance to partake sugar mill. This ,includes the vehicles In another game of interest the
r cane wagons,and four cane loading qf a delectable luncheon. hauling cane from the fields Delray Beach Seahawks defeatedthe
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machines. Engineers in: charge of The luncheon consisted of baked which will be arriving at two- Scheduled Dec. 8thThe Lake Worth Trojans Wednes-
the shipment said that $2400 was beans, cole slaw, bread, cokes, coffee minute intervals when the mill is day evening by a score of 7 to 0. The !
: saved by bringing the shipment by 'deliciously barbecued chicken in operation.The Seahawks clinched the Suncoast
water instead of by rail.Mathematically and fresh sweet corn cooked to coop, according to the plan, Pahokee Womans Club Conference title with this win over
they figured there were 400 please the most discriminating.Ray will immediately blast and dig luncheon held Wednesday, Nov. 15 Lake Worth. A month ago Seacreat
tons in the shipment and they sav- Whitlock of Ray's Smokehouseat I enough rock fill to construct the in the Club Building was presidedover was all but counted out of the Sun.
ed $6 per ton. Easy arithmetic South Bay, was in charge of the first mile and a half of the new by the president, Mrs. B. R. coast race. -
shows that the saving amounted to food and its serving.A : roads. The county later will .surface Mosley. Okeechobee's fast-breaking Brahmans .
$2400. I, question discussed at the gath- and maintain the highways Mrs. A. R. Chastain, who is a I I scored every quarter two .
Billy Burns, chairman of the Port "ering by a,couple of men had to do I which will lie important links in member of the ,club, presented; a of their touchdowns coming on
of Palm Beach District Commis- with the Tact that Osceola Farms, I the county's network' of farm to very interesting program of num.erousJdeas one-play strikes_of 85 and 95 yards
sion, in a brief talk to a group esti- located five miles east of Canal market roads. for holiday flower arrangements -and downed non-conference rival
mated at about 200 said '"This IS Point and many miles nearer Pa- The commission also agreed that and gave demonStrations Stuart, 24-7 Wednesday night.
a happy occasion for the port commissioners hokee that Belle Glade, used this Duda Road extension, located in on making arrangements for .
and for the City of Belle particular port for receiving their the general vjcinity of the mill and Thanksgiving and Christmas.The .
Glade and the Chamber of Com barges loaded with equipment. One which is already on the planning Thanksgiving Devotional and Poultry Exhibit
merce. I am _confident that this'in-' on-looker wondered what ever hap- boards, will retain number one thoughts were given by Mrs. R.. F.
itial shipment from Louisiana will pened to the Pahokee Port where priority in the county's 'road build- Hurt. Mrs. Lois Mullis, Cancer By 4-H Held Nov. 18
be the forerunner of many more $50,000 had been spent to build a ings;, program. Chariman, urged all the membersto
shipments in the coming months. dock and a quarter-million dollars be 100 percent PAP Cancer .
%;_ We are eager to develop more invested in a breakwater. Before he smear. She also distributed leaf- The Palm Beach County 4-H Club
; .-. Z transportation for this;area and on. could be answered on* this highly Post Masters Hold lets to the members on this subject.Mrs. Poultry Exhibit was held Nov. 18
'=:: account of the economy_of barge important question he turned'and .. Stringari, announced that in the Mounts"Educational Building .
<:7.1- transportation, we :want to make. said, "I think I know the answer, District MeetingThe the club house' will be open Dec. In West,Palm Beach.-Th18 part of
: I It a thriving enterprise for this- so don't bother.to,tell me." 8, from 4..to 10:00 p. mt The show the 4-H Program sponsored by -
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.:s\., area." | -- .. will be, free. Sears. Roebuck :J
_, Robert C. Lee, during ceremonies Chapter-of the National Association Branch. Mrs. Thomas O'Steen, from the Canal Point 4-H Club.
inaugurating, first shipment Killed In Auto Wreck ; of Postmasters held their district Mrs. J. V. Chastain, and Mrs. Jess Blue ribbon winners were: Janette

said, "There are four more signed, meeting Sunday, Nov. 19, in Elliott were guests. Harrington, first prize; Dicky
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sealed, and delivered contracts for ':Mrs. 'Ronald Brooker, 45, was Royal'Palm Beach with Postmast- Strayer second prize and Nancy
shipments by barge, these to consist killed in an auto accident on Friday era Rosa- Nash of- Belle Glade- I HOME FOR THANKSGIVINGMr. Harrington third prize. Fourth
\, of,other sugar,mill machinery.Port night in Miami. She and Mr. Brooker Gladys Stalls of Moore Haven and and Mrs.. L. L. Shirley ,of prize and a red ribbon was won by
of Palm Beach ManagerJoel former operators of the Paho- Edythe Smith of Canal Point as I Pahokee have as their house guest I Eldridge Kinsaul.
\ Wilcox said almost every new i kee Lumber Company :were resi- host postmasters. through the Thanksgiving Holidays The club members receive day-
-t. sugar mill in the Glades had ex- dents of Homestead at the time of Mrs Katherine Kirk postmasterof their son and family,,Mr.and old chicks from Sears Roebuck
_.; pressed interest in barge ship the accident. They have two sons. Goodland Florida,.and presidentof M 's. Bob Shirley and young son Stores and when they are six or
;', ments. Costs to refineries on the Charles and Wilburn and one District 4 presided at the bus Bobby of Ft. Meade; their son-in- seven months old they are enteredon
,.:' Mississippi River and on the east grandchild. iness session. Curtis Hale acting law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. their first exhibit. The prizes
.V he Burial made at of the Richard and' son Paul of are given the of the
coast are being determined now, was on Tuesday postmaster Hollywood, gave Thierry on quality -
!***, said. Naranja,'a small city south of Miami .Invocation.Mrs. Rosa Nash of Belle Daytona Beach. Guests for Thanks- birds and the member record
{% The'Caloosahatcee' River gives Mrs. Robert Walker of Paho- Glade acted as Master of Cere- giving dinner included their other books. BUI,Echler, of Delray form
!f-\; the lake port ,access 'to.;the west kee and Mrs.t,James Miller of Canal monies and introduced Lake Lytal son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim- er 4-H Club'member, "now a student -
,,;!';fL, : coast-and the St._Lucie,Canal opens I Point'' attended the funeraL County Commissioner of District 2,1 my: Shirley and children of Pabo- at Palm Beach Junior College,
'" .... :"ct: it; to theeast- coast;. I I ... who gave a very warm welcome to I kee. assisted in the poultry Judging.Mr.
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>:.:_ ,The 'President'of' .the 'Florida- Mr. and Mrs. J.'c. Harris of Pa- the postmasters and their guests to, Clark of Sears Roebuck assisted in
{;-t--i i'. ': Sugar Cane- Growers Cooperative, hokee spent Thanksgiving hole, this section of Florida Ted Booth. Mrs.Donna Mae Shields of Wau- the Judging along with Assistant

s'. -L.J, i:; GeorgeWedgwoih, said"eo-op'et', id&ys with their parents,. Mr. and state vice president from Cocoa in- chula,is the,guest of her sister County Agent, Raleigh Griffis, who
. "t -,',-;:, : t :; ginee s are" ...akes.. jrra "' g a'fesat airs Loyd Brackia of Eagle Lake troduced 'the guest speaker, Congressman Mrs. E. F. McSwain and her husband was In charge of the show. .
S' (d1t-.. 1 qr.abI4y.... tit tine.gees tomsiIlis gad > ir.>", 'Jlni; L C. Harria of, Paul Rogers. CongresscoaUauad ..Mrs. .cSwain-of .Bacon .Each winner will receive cash
. ; ::-- ; acI& 'seriously::eeaaiderteg I D Bclee. : < .' '* .' .' ( oa pigs 8) Point ,Road.in.Pahokee.,** : awards from Sears.Roebuck ".

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Arrived Tuesday at Belle Glade as More County Roads Belle Glade Golden Rams '


Group of City, County: and State Officials Cooperative PlanThe Trophy By Defeating Blue Devils 13-0 1!

Greeted the Coming of A New Era in Water I
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Transportation on Lake Okeechobee. What county commission this week Shack's Cafe Burns Before a record crowd on the I I
Belle Glade athletic field, the Golden I
Ever Became of the Pahokee Dock Built at a which approved.is designed a road to building help handle plan In Early A. M. Blaze Rams defeated the Pahokee ,t

Cost of Many Thousands of Dollars and the traffic destined for a new sugar Blue Devils in their annual Turkey r
mill now under construction near Shack's Cafe locatedjn the heartof eve battle to the tune of 13 to 0. I
Harbor For Which the Pahokee Council
City Belle Glade. Canal Point just south of the The half ended with the Rams !;

.. Mortgaged Its Cigarette Tax To Build at a Some three miles of road are involved West Palm Beach canal was demolished leading the Devils by a'score of S
to 0. Late in the final the'Rams .t
in the plan presented by quarter
Cost of A Quarter Million Dollars. by a fire that struck at
Commissioner Paul Rardin, Canal racked up another tally and
-- Point in which the Sugar Cane 1 a. m. Thursday. The cafe was brought their total to 13 while the 'i
While city county and state officials barge shipment. Growers.Coop of Florida agreed to closed by the operator around Devils earned the goose egg. i
watched from the sidelines, State'Representative Emmett S. share the expense of building the midnight. Determination was not It was the Golden Rams' fifth '
three barges towed by the tug boat Roberts -master ceremonies roads. made as to the cause of the blaze' victory overall; they have won ;

"Brahma" docked at the Port of for the occasion, and extended a The new roads run north from ,but it is thought that defective four and tied one, Pahokee is now I i
Belle Glade Tuesday noon with cane wiring have caused it. All 5-3 in the conference and 7-3
,warm welcome. to all city county Airport Road and eventually will may over I
harvesting machinery for the ever
be connected to State Road 15. equipment in, the building was all.
and state officials in attendance. 1
t growing and booming sugar cane County Engineer Steve Middle- ruined.The building is the propertyof By defeating the Blue Devils the
industry in the. Glades. 'f.1e.first !Ie gave credit where 'credit was ton told .the commission that dur* S, D. Morris of West Palm Rapiz were entitled to retain the
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'R" ,shipment was to be delivered.! to duRi Q. hoe rbo hadw orkedr"toadvancethe I Tng: a four *or,.fivg\month period Beach.Woman's. > i BiirYolmgTrophy.that goes'to the ,
' Osceola Farms Inc., and was shipPped port. Following the each year that a vehicle per minute --- I winner of the annual gridiron classic. -

t from Jeanerette, La. short, ceremony' Mr. Roberts invit- would be approaching the new Club Show .
The shipment consisted of 88 ed those in attendance to partake: sugar mill. This includes the vehicles In another game of interest the
t. cane wagons and four cane loading Of a delectable luncheon. hauling cane from the fields I Delray Beach Seahawks defeated
machines. Engineers in: charge of The luncheon consisted of baked which will be arriving at two- Scheduled Dec. 8th the Lake Worth Trojans Wednesday -
?, the shipment said that $2400 was beans, cole slaw, bread, cokes, coffee minute intervals when the mill is I I evening by a score of 7 to 0.The
,4 :_, I saved by bringing the shipment by 'deliciously barbecued chicken in operation.The I Seahawks clinched the Suncoat
"1" water instead of by rail.Mathematically :- and fresh sweet corn cooked to coop, according to the plan The Pahokee Womans Club Conference title with this win over
. they figured there were 400 please the most discriminating.Ray will immediately blast and dig: luncheon held Wednesday Nov. 15 I Lake,Worth. A month ago Seacrest
tons in the shipment and they sav- Whitlock of Ray's Smokehouseat enough: rock fill to construct the in the, Club Building was presidedover I was all but counted out of the Sun,
; ed $6 per ton. Easy arithmetic South Bay was in charge of the. first mile and a half of the new I by the president Mrs. B. coast race.Okeechobee's. .
., shows that'the saving amounted to food and its serving. roads. The county later will ,sur-' Mosley. R.I I fast-breaking Brahmans -
" 2400. I A question discussed at the gath- face and maintain the highways' Mrs. A. R. Chastain, who is scored every quarter two

Billy Burns, chairman of the Port, ering by a,couple of men had to do which will be important links in member of the club, presented I of their touchdowns coming on
of Palm Beach District Commission -; with the Jfact: that Osdeola Farms, the county's network of farm to very interesting program of num- one-play strikes of 85 and 95 yards
in a brief talk to a group esti- located fivemiles east of Canal market roads. erous ideas for holiday flower arrangements -and downed non-conference rival
mated at about 200 said "This is Point and many miles nearer Pa- The commission also agreed that and gave demonStra- Stuart, 24-7 Wednesday night.
F a happy occasion for the port commissioners hokee that Belle Glade, used this Duda Road extension, located in tions on making arrangements for .
1 and for the City of Belle particular port for receiving their the general vjcinity of the mill and Thanksgiving and Christmas.The I
Glade and the Chamber of. Com barges loaded with equipment. One which is already on .the planning Thanksgiving Devotional and Poultry Exhibit
,. merce. I am confident that this initial on-looker wondered what ever hap- boards, will retain number one thoughts were given by Mrs. R.
shipment from Louisiana will pened to the Pahokee Port where priority in the county's rbad build-I Hurt. Mrs. Lois Mullis, F.I By4HHeldNov.l8The .
be the forerunner of many more $50,000 had been spent to build a ingi! program. Chariman, urged all the
shipments in the coming months. dock and a quarter-million dollars -- .... to be 100 percent PAP Cancer .
:f R, We are eager to develop mOl'es invested in a breakwater. Before he I smear. She also distributed leaf- Palm Beach County 4-H Club
= .:.;: :/ : transportation for this;area and on could be answered on" this. highly Post Masters Hold .lets to the members on this subject. Poultry Exhibit was held Nov. 18
'-"t-: :' account of the economy of barge important question, he turned'and i Mrs., Stringari announced that in the Mounts'Educational Building #
,-1. ,: transportation, we want to make aid"I think I know the answer District MeetingThe the club house will be open Dec. in West_Palm Beach'This part of
,'- _'. J it a thriving enterprise for this so don't bother to tell me." 8, from 4 to 10:00 p. m., The showwill the 4-H Program. sponsored by.
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.{\' area." be free.Mrs. Sears Roebuck., i
"3.., Chamber of Commerce President Mrs. Ronald Brooker I I Fourth Dist. of the Florida Lester Hand :Mrs. Julian Four of: the eight entrees were
Robert C. Lee, during ceremonies Chapter of the National Association Branch, Mrs. Thomas O'Steen, from the Canal Point 4-H Club.
inaugurating first shipment "Killed In Auto WreckMrs. of Postmasters held their district Mrs. J. V. Chastain, and Mrs. Jess Blue ribbon winners"Were: Janette

said, "There are four more signed meeting Sunday Nov. 19, in Elliott were guests... Harrington, first prize; Dicky
sealed and delivered contracts for 'Ronald Brooker, -5. was Royal'Palm Beach with Postmasters Strayer second prize and Nancy
shipments by barge these to con killed in an auto accident on Friday Rosa Nash of Belle Glade HOME: FOB THANKSGIVINGMr. I Harrington third prize. Fourth
sist of,other sugar mill machinery. night in Miami.She and Mr. Brooker Gladys Stalls of Moore Haven and and Mrs.. L. L. Shirley of ,,prize and a.red ribbon was won by,
Port of Palm Beach Manager former operators of the Paho Edythe Smith of Canal Point as I r Pahokee have as their house guests Eldridge Kinsaul.
\ Joel Wilcox said almost every new kee Lumber Company, were residents host postmasters.Mrs through the Thanksgiving Holidays The club members receive day-
sugar mill in the Glades had ex- of Homestead at the time of : Katherine Kirk, postmasterof their son and family, Mr and I I old chicks from Sears Roebuck
pressed interest in barge ship- the accident. They have two sons, Goodland, Florida.and presidentof M 'S. Bob Shirley and young son Stores and when they are six or
: ments. Costs to refineries on the Charles and Wilburn and one District 4 presided at the bus- Bobby of Ft. Meade; their son-in- seven months old they are enteredon
Mississippi River and on the east grandchild. iness session. Curtis Hale acting law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. their first exhibit. The prizesare

.-. coast are being determined now, he : Burial was made on Tuesday at postmaster of Hollywood gave the Richard Thierry and son Paul of given on the quality of the
said. I Naranja, a small city south of Mi- invocation. Mrs. Rosa Nash of Belle Daytona Beach.:Guests for Thanks- birds and ,the member record
"'. The'Caloosahatcee River gives ami. Mrs. Robert'Walker of Paho- Glade acted as Master of Cere- giving dinner included their other books. BiU Echler, of Delray former I
: the lake port ,access :to.. the west kee and Mrs.,James Miller of Ca- monies and introduced Lake Lytal: son and family Mr. and Mrs. Jim- 4-H Club*member now a student -
f' coast and the St. Lucie Canal. opens nal Point''.attended the funeral. County Commissioner of District 2,: my Shirley and children of Paho at Palm Beach Junior College
: 4 it to the-,east coast. -.----i who gave a very warm welcome to kee. assisted in the poultry Judging.Mr.
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The President of the Florida :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harris of Pa- the postmasters and their guests to Clark of Sears Roebuck assisted in
I ... Sugar ne Growers Cooperative hokee spent the Thanksgiving holidays this section of Florida. Ted Booth, Mrs.Donna Mae Shields of Wau- the judging. along with AssistantCeuaty
: George Wedgworth, said;:eO-op'en- with their parents,. Mr. and state vice president from Cocoa in- chuta.is the.guest of her sister, Agent, Raleigh Griff, who
,. ,. '- gineers are already;making;a feasibility Mrs. Loyd'' Brackin of Eagle Lake troduced the guest speaker Congressman Mrs. E. F. McElwain and her,hus-: was in charge of the show.r .
: study and that the 5,000tona and Jk.-and Mrs. L C. Hanfe of. Paul Rogers Congress- band.Mrs. .JicHwain! ..of .Bacoai j Each winner will receive cash
r. .. day mill is aerlou considering I I Dundee. .* "* *- .' teemed oa pf I) Point Road in Paliokee', \ .awards from Sears,Roebuck.L '.

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I Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday, November 2-1, 1961

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The, Hannah,,Scoggizv,Circle of I I : ST PALM QEACU Thousand -
[the Canal Point,Baptist W; U, I of;huntersinvadedthe, Game J'
snet Thursday evening, N9.v-&at {l Mr. and 3 rs. Virgil Duncan of and Fresh. Water Fish Commis-
,the home of.Mrs.R. T.'Smitiv with Souq\\ Bay announce the birth of a sion's Wildlife Management Areasof
} Mrs. Charles Maxson chairman, i son, Virgil, Jr., born November 14 the Everglades and South Florida .

presiding 1ft' tJ\e. Everglades Memprfal. Hospital Regions as the 1961-62 hunting
; Mrs. Charles Maxson, also? pre- I (MUdIA Miller), season go f under way., according to
$"1 ; sented the last- chapters of', the Mjr, and MrW\VallaceCurtis De- L. F. Gainey, Ie t'veatlier 9nal Manager ,
L.i:. book, "Hands Across the Sea:;' erry, ; (Judy'l rUe Jeynigan) offahojcee Everglades R eg1o
.::.. '. _... ...'''''' Questions were answered by the announce:the arrival of a I f. conditions and ground
members of the Circle. 'son;'John Wallace. November 18 in conditions were most favorable and
; : The Buiflfes In Canal Florida \ '
; X Rardin Point Refreshments were served by the the Everglades Memorial,'1J pital.f the average game harvest: is exceeding t

*' ':':: TIDE LAKEO{{>;EO08EE REGION_ HOME OFNWS 'hostess, to eight members and'one I 1 Linda Claire is the name, given r to' that of last year.. Gainey
guest,Mrs.J.D. Latham, President thelittle, daughter born October 30; said. .
: .of the.General,W. M. U. .to' Mr.: and Mrs. R." L. Mobley; Sff7 i; _
M' 'fJUr &VEt.fttADE-g.
ofxLaGrange,Ga.
-. .' ,Go. Stork Shower Fob I
:} Serving the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region,Without -
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Idterruption13.1rery; Week,for. More Than,30,Yean VISIT TALLAHASSEE Mrs. Bonnie LombardMrs.
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-4 .. Established. March 11, 1924- Published Every Friday Held On MondayMrs. \ -
': Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sheppard and J. H. Miller, accompaniedby
Subscription Price Year In Advance
$2.00
., ', A. B. Tucker of Bryant, was daughter, Hazel of Canal Point, Mrs. H. H. Sears of Canal Point;
-:: The Everglades.. News Is Entered at the Post Office hostess Monday for TEL Sunday spent the weekend in Tallahasseeand Mrs. E. F. Hollon of Pahokee and I

': .In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class :Matter School Class of the Canal Point were met there by her mother, Mrs. Hilburn Murphy of Clewiston
: .. Baptist Church. Mrs. W. S. Cross Mrs. Kate Hudson, and brother and attended a stork shower in honorof
Paid Rardin -_ Owner, Editor Publisher I presided over the business and Mrs.J. family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayznon Mrs. Bonnie Lombard Wednesday .
D. Latham program chairman Hudson and daughter, all of Roa- afternoon at the home of Mrs
t. -.' Calling; Shower For I Toy Selection Is presented a quiz program assistedby noke, Ala. Following their visit Don Juhl in Miami.
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I' Miss Sandra Rogers the other members. Mrs. Hudson returned with them to .
I' Following the program refreshments Canal Point and is now their houseguest CLASSIFIED ADSPAY -

Miss Sandra Rogers, daughter Really ImportantJACKSONVILLE were served by the hostess.. BIG DIVIDENDS,

:.." of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rogers ot
I : Ft. Myers (former Pahokee residents Christmas : ,
:" ) also granddaughter of'Mrs. can be a very unhappy holiday if, A re y\WAW\\ -
Maxine of Pahokee, was hon-
Joyce
care is not exercised in selectionof
ored with a calling Bridal Shower: I
.. L Thursday, Nov.'16 from 3 to 8'p.m. toys for: youngsters, the State)I
Board of Health I
'. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris says.
Baxter of Pahokee, OtherhOsteSses "Christmas may come but once(
included Mrs. Paul. Tillery, Mrs.: a year," said Claude J. Walker, in .
John Rogers, Mrs. Joe Thompson, : charge of-the Board's accident prevention -' Phone 511 Pahokee Phone; WY 6-2550 Belle Glade.
i" ,. Robert I "but accidents I
Mrs. Lamp. and Mrs. Horace program
fro Unwin.. A I can come more often-and death I SALES and SERVICE 'iSt
The pink color scheme was car I only once."

;,,; ried out in.pink i La France Hibiscus I Toys should be larger than a', Air Conditioning Appliances
I flowers used on the, refreshznent youngster's fist, he said; and dull l.'m'"m:: jj

:f and.bridles. 'tables. An electric I r cutting edges can cause more harm ,
,., .blanket was a gift of the hostesses. than sharp ones. Chemicals shouldbe ,
:.:rt Miss: -Rogers 'was' accompanied to I for teen-agers; leadpainted toys c ,. w- ,
the J shower 'J by: her 'mother, :Mrs. should be avoided. --:. t
W. H. Rogers/ Toys for age groups suggestedare t
: age 0-2: large soft balls or
VISIT. PARENTS' animals, sturdy rattles, round-corn /1 'J

:,: Roger, tiatton' and Claud :Morg-- ered'blocks, push and pull toys; age check this .
,3 l an, students of Darlington, School 2-3: hobby ,horse, tricycle, picture '
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; -v for Boys of'Rome, 'Ga., arrived i book, crayons; age 3-4 furniture < I,
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;'i:3,"" 9 (day visit wijtii c.eHa to and Mr. I. costume, blocks; age 4-6: construction WLISTof 1 '
:: and,Mrs. Robert_ Mr. sets, paints, crayons, paper, ,.
,-.:*_f and. Mrs. Maud Morgan of Paho- cut-outs, scooters housekeepingtoys '
'i ....-',;,, kee. blackboards: ; age 6-8: toy JOBS I '
l\ tools, skates, animated electrical
: toys with underwriters approval, : 1
.'y; puzzles, games; age 8 and up: hob ,:tf.'> w j w "-
that
Ad-- "REDDY" do
".f: Classified by equipment 'musical Instruments can ,
trains, bicycles .
sports equipment
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science sets.
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;, .. ; SPARE BOOMS, for rent_? If,you 2t" I I
have one, get in touch with this I
t,>,-: newspaper and insert a ?1 classified Ag Building Scene

!it" ad. It will get results. All ads Of PHS FFA Meet
I 'payable In advance.The Everglades J- .

I '::. '' :News Canal Point, Fla. The Pahokee High School FFA

FOR SALE:,New and used"'WlUjaJeepB. meeting was held Monday in: the ( I
\, <: '.: 'Walter Aihtey'a 'Gkran ,Agricultural: Building with Bill

:, in'&lie. a1. ,'ci.; Phone dig. Johnson president presiding. ye
*" Oct17-S4-cb. I :']dead' Maxwell gave 'a report; on ... -_..' REDDY can do over'300,farm jobs better, easier, t
a trip to Wa chUla'Yhere they -
purchased
NEW CLASSIFIED* --.: -7 I 'Brahman: show: claves. ;A cheaper. So make more use of,REDDY-the. $armer> ,$op, j ,

I : ,., SUGAR .Aka., 'is sure\ : 'to-:"hit! 'u.4r ., 'toe flipper, reported on the Saturday :k handy-helper save labor, time and money, and make
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I spent doctoring the cattle
'8-t: .tentnot4,. alidad I ,. life more enjoyable around faun and tome.
'w, -; ;: iA7"colulnn assisted'by, Wl: N. Veal in the ab-, : ,." \ your $ t'
and "*
watcn
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a oho ,of teacher, who' \
sense heir teas aft, .
:.:' call and $1.00:. will gel the.job ggne, fills:time,assisting the other group on the farm: :
IS YOU& 1'W41D' in' >uylng show cattle In'Wauchula.Don '
;;Advance? Weal :xaorftoffon .tD1U g 'Kelley, gave areport on'the, O Electric Yard; lighting: O Electric Barn,Cleaning

') aD'utpa"+lattl ydu'd tin Officers meeting held in Belle i
D Electric i Q Electric
Ventilating -
Barn Hay q'yigg
J dut $ .oo. 2he.I1 urrltig.aea On ia'at Glade, which all officers? of the .
'lumd. It will take ,.o'priceb, I'I Sixth District. were i present ,"
only I f. D Electric Milking, *,.i:: D Electric Toolshop ,
... % half! box t>f shells. .>our; .Eddie Vertommen, reported on ..- :
'.l'f. ikicripticn.Bead a.IoQ' tit. check I I histip b{;the'National, : Convention ,O Electric i Milk Coding .D Electric Feed Lifting
'today. to.TheEvergtedea News,,last month held'in Kansas City
A3oicALAldO1nt..- fo., at which time he-*was.awarde'd D Electric Water Pumping 0 Electric Feed Mixing 1" '
American Fannerdegrees.
.. \'I V\MS' 1OCED n alinost Twenty-seven, members were_. Q Electric'feed Grinding: 0 Electric.Chick B/oodenf. r..
cillt.r. If. yq'u yertise' 'in"1103 presents. .

classified column: 'f9 \vU** ..('.koow.*.i,.f ,- .. .and''in your.. home, too" : '#'t.;=
: .Wherjs to find thii'.. .Nsca room.Send I SandraRogers ': y. -
#t $ltOOand: cow' 'for'ybur suj to 'E) Rameless. Electric:Range. O Electric:Clothes.Dryer '

t, ttie Everglades.,, News,'Caoat...., olat. To Wed# Thompson ; <
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.. 1JFla..'- I I Q Hameless Electric ,W.ter'1iea.ter, D Electric ftefrigeratorFreezerD : <
Miss Sandra Rogers will becomethe I
'XXND. "FOB HHNT i ;In"Virm! zone bride of Lee Thompson, of Tallahassee Electric Dishwasher :D ,Electric Air Conditioning,
.. ?near the lake.. Pfeone'Hub:Spoon .
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Sunday, N v. 19, at 300
,r : t erPahokee 7138. tf
p. m. 'at Riverside Baptist Church '

.FOR BENT Large,roomy furnish in' Pt.'Myers.I V_ N. '- "
'.apartments,, Qoorienently, located Reception will be held immediately !
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... reasonably' priced.: Couple following'the d'ding'n''iheSocial _
:paly. Mrs./W.I{P. Pope TeL ,2391. Hall of, Educational Bund
.penal Point. ing,at the Church. Friends of the iitPd Teq ft

,,- couple have a special invitation to t
"(JW&Assembie } attend both the wedding: and reception .ars cllt4PRrool f
andf'DMribute) 'in' home //WMJETTE .
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;"apare time' n'ew Inven'tion' 'of feltTusea. .-. FLORIDA. POVTER ,fr LIGHT I ,p,0MCLPIHQ ;:

Writet'Nortliside'ttecreatlon, PAY BIthDNIDLNUB: BUILD FLORIDA 'F 'S i

Inc., Box 918, Brooksville, Fla. CLASSZFIHD ADS TQ : .

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<+ w -a." ::-\> sizmonths.With both E and H Bonds the new.rate Q:In what denominations can I buy series E and series '-< :

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,.input,, tr I The Everglades News Canal Po at, FloricH Friday;November 24, 1961PERSONAL '



: f( NEWS ( ] State NurSeries.I I Tax U. S.Collections Is Up In Florida By' :-. '


; :: ,. [ NOTES. Under Inspection Federal tax collections in Flor- ''.1. ;.... ,---' ..- _., ,,-' :..',

J ida are setting a faster growth- .
;: : ,:Miss Sammielee Lanham of Miami Visiting over the Thanksgivingwith TALLAHASSEE-The business pace than is personal income received ..,
, ; spent Thanksgiving with hers Rev. and Mrs. G. W. ColvaroV I of growing plants in Florida con- i -by Floridians, the Florida '

; parents: Mr. and '}.{rs. .G.; Lanham of the Pahokee Baptist Church will tinued to boom during the fiscal I State Chamber of Commerce. pointed .. '. ", '

of Canal Point. be their daughter, Mrs. Pierre Le- year of 1960-61 with at least, 5,513 out yesterday. C" J ; "t. .. "\;!!' I

fevre of New York, N. YY. nurseries engaged in that activity. "In 1960, the federal tax total .' .:_t';
'of Jacksonville
Mrs. Orson C. Fussell ,
That was the total number of nur- collected in the state was almost
was the recent'weekend Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson and '
series under the Di- four times the 1950 figure while -I '
inspection by
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}: guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. son Dale of Canal Point ,attendedth I .
.... :. ,'. vision of Plant Industry during that personal income was close to.three ..... ; .- '11 ,; < ,
: G. C. Sanders of Pahokee. eChurch Officers Meeting Sunday '/
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period, according to the Division's time greater in 1960 than in 1950. >-,' : .. "
at the Florida Conference of "
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Dr. A. L. Sundberg, State Veterinarian Seventh Day Adventist Auditoriumo annual report submitted today, to "A comparison of the 1959 and t J ."- ,_ I

"-.' of Des Moines, Iowa, arrived nthe Forest Lake Academy Department of Agriculture Com the 1960 figures accentuates this < .I' 1::" : ,'',: ,
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r ;; in Canal Point yesterday grounds. missioner Doyle Conner. j ? : 1 _
I avisit; with his sister, Mrs. Frank This represented an increase of revenue amounted to $1,399- \, ti .. ,, ... 'l ;j-

I ,w:'s, .J Wilson and 'her husband, Mr. Wilson Richard Darney, .NASN, returned 1.3 percent over the 5,417 nurseries 000,000 during the calender year 3} :I ; ';' !f "
I( !.,- .' ".:. i' Tuesday to his base at Jackson' registered with the-Division a. year 1960, a 13 per cent gain over the.' .:f '."'.:, 'f'

," ,, i yjlle Naval Hospital, following a earlier. I previous year. Personal income .
:r";:' Mr. and Mrs. Frank'Sganga and thirty-day leave spent with his Forest tree farms 'were responsible :amounted to $9,938,000,000, in 1960, Y. ': .,, -."

t children Paul, Clare and Laura of .wife and baby at the home of her for marked differences in other an increase of 6V per cent. A break"l: i" .

I New Smyrna Beach are the parents, Mr. and Mrs.Thomas Hig- totals which indicated a boostto down of the tax totaf shows $1,- f J t

',' Thanksgiving holiday guests of her nite in Pahokee. 12,195 acres in nursery plant- 022,000,000 in individual income \' ,,,
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: : ", parents, .)dr. and Mrs. Frank ings despite an appreciable, dip in taxes paid by Floridians, up 15 per ". 1' -
O'Connell in Canal Point.A. Kenneth Hignite AK3 of Cecil : -
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the number plants inspected.The ; $241 million corporate I
Field, Jacksonville, spent Tuesday climb due to the taxes 4 and $136 mil- "
:. 3-c Jimmy Maxwell, son of acreage was up percent; -' ( for
. i :Mr. and Mrs. Ernest :Maxwell of I I with his parents, Mr.Pahokee.and Mrs. planting in Dade County of 1,526 lion in other types of internal revenue ,, ..

Pahokee, is now stationed in an A. Thomas Hignite in He is acres in a single nursery devoted to a gain,of 15 per cent. ; :'*'*",, r" '. I
F. B. in Amarillo, Texas, after leaving, on a six months Mediter- the production of Australian pine "Although a comparable break- ', ..'< '

serving for: the past 7% months In rnean cruise aboard the USS Sara: seedlings. On the other hand, the down of personal income is not **, > ,:**

Germany. closing of two other forest trek available, some detail is provided ,.= ::, '
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and Mrs. Billy Priest and nurseries lopped 28,700,000 plantsoff I ill official reports. Wages and sal-
The Pahokee Womans Club and Debbie of Fort Myers spent ::Mon- the rolls, contributing heavily aries paid to Floridians made up 'x- _

the Pahokee Garden Clubs Annual day night with Mr. :and Mrs. J. C. to the drop in non-citrus stock from $6,008,000,000 of the total personal "
Christmas Decoration.Show will be Harris of Pahokee. 410,404,596 plants to 377,925,439 for income last year registering a 1 ', ;'-,; f

held December 8, 4 'til X10:00 p. m., the 1960-61 year. per cent gain over 1959. ;.

at the Womans Club Building. This Earl Bracewell of Pahokee re- Citrus stock and acreage figures 'Property income (rents,, dividends .-
show is free. turned Tuesday to his work in the moved upward. The count'for stock ,' etc.) amounted to $1,673-: .

tractor shop at Bryant, where he is edged from 29,062,022 plants a year 000,000, also up 7 per cent, as was -.s ." .
Plumer student of Duke
Billy a
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employed by U. S. Sugar Corp., ago to 29,206,452, while the total ojf $818 million in income from mis- ':
University, Durham, N. C. is spend- after a weeks illness in the local 3,889 producing acres exceeded the cellaneous sources. j-:** -*:

ing the Thanksgiving Hollidaya 3,446 listed for 1959-60. In the :, ;'
hospital.Mr. acres "Not so fortunate was the totalincome *>
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill I
non-citrus category, the acreage received by proprietors of .,; .
Plumer'of Pahokee. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins, Jr., of
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increase rocketed from 6,299 acres I i all types in Florida. The total for .
Pelican Lake the Sunday
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Mr. and Mrs. Jess Elliott of Pa in 1959-60 to 8,306, with the Dade I this: group came to $1,439,000,000, ;;:
guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .y
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hokee have as their house guests County pine nursery providing the I slightly below 1959. : .
S. Atkins, Sr., in Avon Park. Mr., !5 '
impetus. Incidentally, pine seedlings .A :
the their and
during holidays, son '
and Mrs. G. T. Shelby and little
daughter-in-law, Mr.'and Mrs. Pat Palm accounted for 54 percent of I Home Investments : :
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daughter of West Beach ac- I ,"':
Elliott of Gainesville. the total non-citrus plants under :
companied her parents on the trip..Mayor I regular inspection by the Division.The 'i Up In Florida : :; : :;',; F". -,
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Mrs. Padgett most recent tabulation shows "; "'
Maxwell and daughter Tina of Pa- of Pahokee have as their Thanksgiving I 256 acres and 205,749,300 plants in r MIAMI Indications are that .. .. '; ,t aFloridians
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hokee last week were Mrs. Max- guests their son and daugh: pine seedlings as compared with. : are in the vanguard of a '. ;

well's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. ter-in-law and children Donna Joy 274 acres.and 229,958,775 plants a I developing a nationwide trend of ;

Beasley of Savannah, Ga.; her un- Duncan and Suzanne of Chattahoo- year earlier. "hedging" against, inflation by investing ,' 'Ij
cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry chee. 'I Commissioner Conner said that their money in homes. : -.', .' < ;.

Beasley of Statesboro, Ga.; and 11,120 plants were checked for the Potential homeowners realizethat'heavy .. : i :: ':. : s4=: '
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daughter'Jamie, of' Canal" Point first time in under posten- government "spending

Beasley, also of Statesboro. were weekend guests of her uncle try quarantine regulations that re- may bring some price inflation.and '_ ",. .t r I. .
quire close inspection for two years now.is'the time to invest in prop- '. .
Mr. and Mrs. Marian Ogle and and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. :Marvin
of all plants brought into' the state I erty, says Arthur B. Boazman, .
children, Allen, Sandra and Chryel Cross in West Palm Beach. While. J ..
from foreign countries. These president of the Florida' Association ..:.:.
have recently moved to Pahokee there'the also visited :Mr. and
plants came from 26 countries and I of Realtors. { "
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required 236 inspectionss by Divis- Boazman, who also heads The ,
the business with
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Bill McClenithan. Mrs. James Gibson and Mrs. Mae ion personnel. Keyes Co., major Florida real estate '; .,
r. Laflin of Canal Point spent Mon- In another phase of inspection, I firm, cited the sale' of exist- S ,, :: ,

I ,. :Mrs. Charles Tinney, of Ft. day in Ft. Lauderdale. the Division checked 275,319,135 ing home in the past two months :: i. '

,". Pierce is the house guest of her Miss Mattie Bain left Wednesdayto tomato plants destined for out-of- New FHA 'regulations and lower _'. '
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and visit her niece in Melbourne be- state movement as 'compared with interest rates have resulted in a \ r-: E, '..

". Mrs. Claude Santee of Canal Point. : fore returning to her home In 86,332,445 examined a year before. definite increase in the number of .: -_ _

Coats, N. C., after being: the house The work increased also in the inspection applications for FHA insured \. .lt .
t Mr. and,Mrs. L. R. Kahle, son ..
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guest of Commissioner and Mrs. of tobacco plants, zipping mortgages. r -::

k Bruce and her mother, Mrs. Ida. : Paul Rardin of,Canal,Point for several upward from 210,894,000 plants in While the selling price of homes. .. .,.... <-=/- .....
: Blanchard of Canal Point enjoyed a weeks. 1959-60 to 402,830,000 in the latest is generally slightly lower than .',' ;, \:"

Thanksgiving: family ,reunion Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mole, Sr., of report. they were last year, Boazman- not- .' i ..*...{. f S
Shipments of certified. citrus to ed there are indications that the z'4' '. :..p t; '
dinner yesterday at the home of Pahokee.have as their house guests '.. I rYr
L his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Don over the Thanksgiving Holidays, California reached 220,289boxes, aboost price trend is leveling off. "" Y;;.., '.: .
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their Wallace and friend, ;
Kahle of Palm City.:Others present son., a ; .
were his father L. D. Kahle also Miss Nancy Thelan. Both are students 195960. The export shipments to Called To Savannah S ., :, 4L"; : \.
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Tampa. 568 boxes to 274,209 the last fiscal By Nephews': Deaths : -,-,",: .- t ;,<,'.'.'
r Mr. and Mrs. J.,Williams anddaughter year. -"-- ,

Velma of Canal Point, I IL Phos bate.Dust The increase was slight in cucumber Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall of ;;,:.; 1l : ., .
Were week-end guests of Mrs. A.. : and squash shipments to Canal/Point returned home Thurs- ;<- : 'ftk1f, :f

R. Chastain at Salt Springs.Mrs. Being'Eliminated >,/ California-76,989 to 77.607 boxes. I day from Savannah, and Black-- ,.", ., '

: Most of the citrus nurserystock: shear, Ga.;.-where they were called ,..: :11. .
Lon Adams of Glenwood _
.. BREWSTER half-million-dol-; inspected'was;accounted for by: Sunday, Novil2 by:theideatisBf
.. Ca., is the house guest Of Mrs. Ollie : : ; ,0 ::. ._,+,.1' '. ...
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fon has' citrus seedlings and ,. ; ;
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Canal Point. pletely eliminated air-borne phos- 10,770,598 orange plants. erson and Woodrow Kirkland.: ,' -

\ .' phate dust at\Amerlcan Cyanamid Additionally, the inspection of Funeral services for Darrell... ": ,. ,_ -: .f:'

I David Simonson, student at Florida Company's plant, here. Arthur 22.178 ares resulted in the certifi-' 'Roberson 22, of Blackshear Ga., ',;. > w' ,
t Southern College of Lakeland Crago, Cyanamid manager of pros-! cation of 1,118,220,050 bulbs and WhOdied, Sunday In a car accident, ,: ';:: ,.' /--

k and a fellow student Bob Hersey, phate operations, has announcedthat plants not included in the.nursery were held Monday in Blackshear. :.".... 11;... .

'of Maine, are spending the holiday twin electrostatic precipitators stock inspection figures> Funeral services for Woodrow S \ l.1 .....'-:.
; vacation with his parents, Mr. and put into operation this month, Palm Beach County has 702 nur Kirkland, 42, of Savannah, Ga.R-" .

k> --Mrs R. B. Simonson of Pahokee. are capturing 85 percent' of the series. who died Sunday in a hospital in ': : :.r,;.; ';,

:-. dust which was formerly emitted .. '-- August, Ga., following a swimming ,;:.;.";:: M I:' '.

:Bobby Erickson of Southern Missionary from the firm's drying plant. Survey For New accident in August at which time :.-' ;;\. ',
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Cyanamid's drying plant is equip- his neck was broken, were held I' .' ? ;. .
7 Is spending the Thanksgiving Holiday ped with four, oil-fired rotary Traffic LightThe Tuesday in Savannah. "It.; < :5'".:.f-.;<" : \

f :. Weekend with his parents, Mr. kilns which dry the phosphate rock :' '.:.:'::-
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C before shipment or further pro- Palm Beach County Commission GEORGIA VISITORS f I
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Dale of Canal Point. Prior the installation will ask State Road Pahokee S ..
': cessing. to new the Mrs. S. F. Lowery of ; : -.

'Pat Patterson of ,Miami visited dust was carried out the Department to survey the inter- returned home Sunday from a visit : f(?: Ii;;

'his cousin Mrs. Arnold J. Scruggs stacks with the hot gases resultingfrom section of State Road 15 and Airport with relatives in Dublin and Macon, ,. S, -i'; i :.} T

it- .. uid Mr. Scruggs last Sunday at the process. Road In Belle, Glade with a Georgia. She was accompanied .
t ... their home in Canal Point. He was Mr. Crago termed the new equip view toward installation of a traf- home by her brother Will Fowlerof 9.- 51

: enroute to Marcott to visit his ment another major step in Cyana- fic signal at that point. Boston Ga., and his son and -'

l '. father who had recently been injured mid's 'five-year-old pollution mon- .... family, Mr. and :Mrs. H. T. Fowler '.f- .
t in an automobile accident. itoring and control program at HOME FROM HOSPITALMrs. of Dublin, and were the guests for 'I'i; -', iI''

Brewster. He said the firm has .. Eustis Blackwelf of Canal several days of Mrs. Lower *a family ...
t :-:-: ,Mr. and Mrs.T.W.Mills and son now spent more than two million Point, who has been in the Ever- and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Turbe- ,_ '

r :Paul of Bryant were called to Baton dollars on the program, designedto glades Memorial Hospital for sev- vine of Canal Point. '.:: \ I

: Rouge, La., last week by the ill- protect the plant's neighborsfrom eral days under treatment for -v._ :':r... .\
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I Betty Lundquist November Social

Weds, Woody Strhyer By Sorority GroupThe :

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:Miss Betty Lundquist, daughterof Beta Omicron Chapter, of'r J
O. W. Lundquist of Arcadia, and the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority held 'k j
the late Mrs. Lundquist, and Wood- a short business meeting along ."..,
I II I row Strayer, son of 'Mr. and Mrs.J. with their November social, Thursday : ,

I! H. Strayer of Canal Point, were Nov. 16, in the form of a pro
Ik k married Saturday Nov. 18, in the gressive dinner with their husbands I
Canal Point Baptist Pastorium. I!''as guests. Mrs. Louise Zaccagnino

k Rev. Charles D. Stewart pastor,I presided over the business session f

; First Methodists Canal Point Church Of God officiated in the double ring ceremony -I and it was announced that the doll
in the presence of a few close I and tractor will be on display be-
Church, Pahokee Baptist Church 'Barf ield HighwayPahokee friends and members of the fam- ginning the last week in Novemberin

i' the window of the Keen Real
SUNDAY Rev. T. C. O'Steen Rev. Charles D. Stewart,Pastor Fla. ilies.The bride was lovely in a white Estate Office.

: SUNDAY: J. W. Hughes Minister lace ballerina length gown,fashioned The dinner, starting at the homeof
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} 11:00 L &:45 a. m.-Sunday School Phone 3736 in a fitted bodice and bodice at- Mrs. Nina Hatton with the first
6:45 m.-1i'YF m.-Momml' Wonftdp 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship SUNDAY tached to a bouffant skirt, with course, continued to Mrs. Louise

;ti 7:45 p.p. m.-Evening Worship 6:30 p. m.-Tn.inJ.ug'11nIon. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday. School pink accessories, and a purple orchid Zaccignino for salad course, Mrs.
TUESDAY: 7iSO p. m.-Evening Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship corsage. Elaina Mindlin's home for the main
7:00 p. .-Vesper Choir practice WEDNESDAY: 7:30-p. m. Evangelistic Ser- Mrs. N. Kiss of Pahokee and II course with dessert served at the
: 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Mest I'.' viceTUESDAY Richard Darney, NASN of Jack- home of Mrs. Marion Hatton.

r WEDNESDAY: ... : sonville;attended the bridal couple. -...

7:45 p.. .-Mid-week devotion 7:30 p. .-Prayer Service Following a weekend honeymoonon Baskets DeliveredBy
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac The Methodist Church THURSDAY: I the Coast, the couple are.at.

( tice.Canal Canal Point Florida 7:30 p. m. Youth for. Christ I"home in.. Pahokee. I The SunbeamsThe
-. ; Service. Out:of-town guests here for the
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.- \ wedding were: Mrs. Don Sunbeams of the Canal Point
Point First Robert A. Shelley, Pastor The Pahokee Church non, sister of the'groom McKin-1: Baptist Church along with their

: Baptist Church SUNDAY; Sadie, Wilson, both of leaders, Mrs. J. H. Strayer, Mrs.
10:00 a. m.-Church School Of The Nazarene. .. .
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Roy Brantley Guy Thompson
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
I Elder R.E.Barfield 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship ,Ray Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. H. H. Pugh and Mrs. W. S.
; SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Rev. Max D. Jones, Pastor Ford of Canal Point, arrived Cross delivered Thanksgiving
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School MONDAY: 433-Bacom Point Rd. home Wednesday afternoon from Baskets to Six shut-ins in this area
I \ 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship. 3:15 p. m. Youth Choir practice' Phone 7528 P. O.Box 882 Forest Lake Academy for a holiday during their meeting time Tuesday
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY: I SUNDAY SERVICES: visit with his parents. afternoon.
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. I I
8:00 p. m.-EvenIng Worship 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society
WEDNDESDAY 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship.,.
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Tuesday2nd I
.. 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer MONDAY: 6:30 p..m.-Juniors.', ,i!JJ I J I I I J J frH"H"H"H"H"HHWFOR J 1 t J t I : : : : 1 : : 1 : : 1 I 1 J :
7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening
Service 780 p.xp.Esther Class meeting
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2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: WEDNESDAY: Evangelistic Service.
7:30 p. .-Ladles Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting WEDNESDAY' : SALE
:30 Midweek
Meeting. p. m.-- Prayer '
.. "5_ meeting.
"Where you are a stranger but. New 3-Bedroom 2-Bath Homes
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St; Peter's Lutheran
First Baptist once".
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Church Belle Glade
Church Pahokee ,
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Christian Science

t Guthrie W. Colvard?,Minister August, ,Koerber- Pastor J Group Of Canal Point ROYAL PALM MANORPhone
Sunday School 9:45 ,a. m. 601 W. Lake, Rd., Belle Glade I

Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. SUNDAY; M. A challenging call' to overcomeevil 7712 -:-*- Blanton & Unwin ?
Divine Services 11 A.
Union
Training -6:30 p. m. ,
School 9:45 A. M. no matter how subtle, with
Evening Worship 730 p. m. .
Wednesday Prayer the power of God will be heard +-Hoe: : : 1 : 1 tii1 : : ,.: : : 1 1 1 :-M 1 H-H-H-M-H. : HHMH"TyiAvrey&fiysvfoSY&ivittf : +++

'. Service -, 7:30 p. m. St. Mary's Catholic Sunday at Christian Science church
A warm welcome to all. services.
Church I
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The Church 'Of'God Father. Francis-Fennech, Pastor ,_alias Mesmerism and Hyp
notism, Denounced" is the subjectof
Sunday:Mass 11:30 a. m.
Of Prophecy Pahokee the Lesson-Sermon. ,Readings .
:Confessions,before Mass.
")-' ... from the Bible will include this i WANTEDORANGE
Canal Point'Road verse from Revelation (21): "He
Holy '
Nativity I
John H. Kinard. pastor that overcometh shall inherit all
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10:00 a. m.-Sunday'School Episcopal Church things; and I will be his God, and'
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service Pahokee he shall be my son." PICKERSHOUSING
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service A correlative citation from "Sci-
*8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar ence and Health with Key to the
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B., I SUNDAY: Scriptures" by :Mary Baker Eddy
Everyone welcome. Special musio' 10 a. m.-Sunday School states (p. 571): "At all times and A VAlLABLE'FOR I

and ringing. 11 a. m.- Worship ServiceThinking under all circumstances, overcome y ,
evil with good." SINGLE MALES
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.5 WfC Y TILLISj near Salerno, and was the envy of Phone 584
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j Building,ContractorS ; It is understood he has entered his
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Monday Cattle Sales

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Are regularly held_ at the Glades Livestock :Market

which is'Gowned' and operated by more than 120

Florida Cattlemen. Here at Everglades'Federal we are just'waiting for you to come in and

... Y u'lI' enjoy the excellent service you receive here ,make your wants known.:That's. our'business-furnishing folks in

at this Market.We make an effort at all times to give the Glades with the necessary CASH to buy and build homes.

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,. Pale 1 t The Everglades News,'Canal Point, Florid" Friday November 24, 1901 ;
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; r Hail SupervisorsIn Postmasters Hold Nearly 11 Million LisaSheUeyH sA I Padgetts Attend .

Birthday Party ,State CC MeetingMrs. i

r District Meet man Rogers(continued spoke from of the page impact 1) Visit Thus.Far'61 -
Little Miss Lisa Shelley was honored -I Lillian Padgett secretaryof
the new'sugaoom in the Glades i
:' i Monday with a birthday party, the,Pahokee Chamber of Commerce -
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v area. C. :M. Cade, field service officer .
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TALLAHASSEE 10.6 her fourth o ,
Nearly
Supervisors ot
The? Association : on birthday anniversary
attended the.
from Miami, was the guest forty-fifth :
District Two held their regular million tourists came to Florida the at the Community Park play
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speaker from the Post Office De State Chamber of Commerce Luncheon -
meeting Saturday night, November partment. first nine months of 1961, says the ground. Mrs. Robert Shelley was .1
i'a. in Royal Palm Beach with Rosa Attractive and unusual table dec- Florida Development Commission. assisted in entertaining by her and Conference for Execu- i
This is as the mother Mrs. Boardwine. tive Secretraies held Sunday afternoon -
Nash of Belle Glade as host super- orations representative of the almost as many Ii
visor.Frank Heston, who is the,dis- Glades area were supplied by the state attracted during the entire *in the Soreno Hotel in St.

, \ trlctchairman, presided over the host postmasters. Fresh corn and 12 months of 1960, a Commission Rev. and Mrs. Charles D. Stew- Petersburg. Mayor and Mrs. Dun- I
meeting. green beans were on the menu spokesman said, and only 1.4 million art of Canal Point left Wednesdayfor can Padgett were the weekend
The program was a forum with Sunday as they were carried in short of our goal of a record 12 i Savannah, Ga., where they are house guests of their soninlawand I
.Jim Reeder of Miami, Ray Redstoneof from this area and cooked by the million this'year with three months I II spending; the Thanksgiving Holi- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Al Gar-
I still to with their Charles. cia and children of
Vero Beach, George Washington chef especially for the postmasters' go.Florida days son, Tampa.
E. Abel 'of hosted 10.8 million visit-
of Fort Lauderdale, R. luncheon. Favors of miniature
West Palm Beach, Carol Cade of packages of raw and packages ors last year, a drop of half a mill-
\ Miami was the moderator. Each of radishes were sugar presented to Ion from 1959's record 11.3 million. fo++4, M. H> | H.Mil H I I 11 II I I It t H11 I I II I I 1 I I I 81 I III

member of the panel spoke for five At the half-way mark of 1961,
all ,the guests. A lovely smorgaS-
to Florida had gained half a million THEATREPRINCE
minutes on a subject important bord luncheon was,served to about
over the corresponding period in
postal employees. ,
fifty. persons attending the meet '
Mrs. Robert Abel, state president 1960. -
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The third quarter.report showed LAKE DRIVE-IN
of the Supervisors Auxiliarymet The next meeting will be held in
members 4.6 million out-of-staters came to
with the auxiliary
the Tsppring in Lehigh Acres near Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
:following the dinner. This was pre- Florida during July, August and
Fort Myers. - -
' sided over by Mrs. Tom Parnell, September, only 1.4 million fewer r -ZDlOFEATUltm-
District 2 chairman for the auxil- than came during the previous six
lary. Pike Extension months. SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAt

Curtis Hale, acting postmasterof Bulk of the visitors.came by'car BUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY NOVEMBER 26-27-28

Hollywood, gave the invocationand In CourtTALLAHASSEE with 1.76 million in July and 1.69 NOVEMBER 26-27-28 Art Lawrence, assistant postmaster Argued million in August. Half a million I "
"GONE WITH -
of Clewiston, led the pledgeto drove to Florida in September. ALASKA'!
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the flag.A The State THE WIND" JOHN WAYNE, STEWART

nice time was had'by all an'O J. Supreme Court has been asked fora I I SELL, FRUIT CAKE CLARK GABLE, VIVD3N LEIGH GRANGER & ERNIE KOVACS
The Pahokee Garden Club is
the decorations were very lovely rehearing and reversal of its Nov.
and most unusual. There were 2 decision validating $160 millionin sponsoring the sale of Claxton LESLIE HOWARD AND -ALSO-

about eighty persons present. bonds for extension of the Sun- Fruit cakes for: Christmas delivery OLIVIA "WALK
shine Parkway turnpike. Any one interested please call deHAyiLLAND TALL"s

Last Rites Held Members of the State Cabinet I I :Mrs. Jess Elliott, Pahokee 7245. r. I I I I I I I I I I 1 2 I 1 1 I t I I J J I I I I : I I I I I I I I : ow 1

have also been asked to take a I I '
For F. W. Bradshaw. stand against the project on the I I. 0 -- -

-- ground construction of badly need' ;, y
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Funeral services for Francis Wil- ed state and federal freeways must "
ford'Bradshaw 63, of J and Park, be delayed to make the extension !'' ,
Okeechobee, who died in Ever- feasible. !

glades Memorial Hospital, Novem- Beverly Grizzard of Leesburg,. : Add a plione. .. -
ber 14, of a heart attack, were held leader of a group of Lake County. o
Friday, November 17,.at 3:00: p. m. I citizens fighting ,the 154-mile toll i
at the Tenth Avenue Church:: of :road extension, was behind both .actions. -
Christ, Lake Worth Rev. W. E. I .

Black, pastor, officiated. Burial ,I While the Supreme Court took:' :?71.f.l ,{ ,., ,
was in the Hillcrest Memorial Pan no immediate action on the motion I TWf.S: : .:;:. %'i'f; "Mfw:: 'w 5:L F I
West Palm Beach with Williams- : filed, Grizzard sent telegrams to I I iS1tjq; ? ft1: 1Th w"st; ;:''' '
J hif f 4t4AlfJim
Wetherington Funeral Home of Secretary of State Tom Adams,I I L.w.w 4j..t&iMMt'; .( >p%:, tiI _
Pahokee. in charge of arrange Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin, School I I k',*>> )*,Jj/ 1"A1.' ':,,::::,t'<:;;.ff.t;: : %%,,: '
ments. Supt. Thomas Bailey, Comptroller'I

.Mr. Bradshaw had been a resident Ray Green, Treasurer J. Edwin ':,.IlriI4i" :,:.. ,..w ? ",, \:;,:,>;.:::,v.Wh'ifr ..:: ,:
of the J and S Park for the Larson and Agricultural Commis- : '
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past fourteen months, coming here sioner Doyle'Conner pointing to the"dangers" 1"I : ; ..
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from West Palm Beach where he of the project and ask- it1Mj'%: 'm.jjM tM:< ,:: );;;<:'W"1"': '> :
had lived for thirty-three years. ing their "comments and assure i

4 Before his retirement he was 'employed ances". I
Jay Model Laundry and was Grizzard, contended the extension -
a member of the Tenth Avenue would indefinitely delay Inter.
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Church of Christ in Lake Worth. state 95 and the four-laning of U. S.

Survivors include his widow, 21*south of Leesburg. A-y, ,, f ,.
;Mrs. Eunice Bradshaw, Okeechobee .- .

/ ; a son, Jack Bradshaw, Ceres, Mary-Martha CircleIn
Calif.; four daughters, Mrs.Ben
F.: Scruggs, Gainesville; Mrs. A. N. Monday Meeting

'Parman, Pompano Beach; Mrs. -
:Mary Heaton, Plant City; and Mrs. The Mary-Martha Circle of the

Della Brunson, Muscatine, Iowa; a ,W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist
brother Rob Bradshaw, Chattanooga Church of Pahokee met Monday I

Tenn.; two sisters, Mrs. Allen with Mrs. Louis Davis as hostess I

-; < Adams, Houston, Texas; Mrs. and with Mrs. TL B. Simonson
Tommy Wallace also of Chattanooga Chiarman, presiding.Mrs. .
Tenn.; and sixteen grand- Jess Elliott gave the devo-
children. tional, followed by the program on

", 1 Pall bearers were Clem Hatta "Household of"God..:* An announce-
way, Alf Reeder, Gerald Pace,'Bill ment was made that 'the General
Cates, Dean Alford and Cecil'Lupo.. Meeting will be held at: the Church
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on the first Monday evening of De-
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Bobby Mills Sent 'cember. Mrs. Robert' Hatton pro-
pram ,chairman, announced the
/To Ft/Benning, Ga. .-w.;'-. ri of, Christmas music to be b G. >N
Mrs.1T. presented by the Vesper Choir is
: Bobby Mills, son of Mr. and under the direction of Mrs.' Lester

.:w... Mills of Bryant is serving Hatton.
... :in the U. S. Army and was sent The December circle will be held 1I 1

:from Miami to, ;Ft. Benning, Ga. at the home of Mrs. Bill Plumer.
.Following graduation from Paho Refreshments were served by the
kee High School, Bobby had been hostess to twelve members and two
employed in the clerical departments guests, Mrs. George Gann of Paho-
of the Belle Glade Memorial kee and Mrs. Elmer Maxson of Canal

,Hospital Farm. and Glades State Prison Point. ... \ b add a lot to livingA :

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Schooly Speaks .J
IN ,THE HOSPITAL f'.
,c Patients remaining in the Ever- To Canal Pt. Lions / r--

glades Memorial Hospital .November phone in 'your kitchen works hard where you .;',
. 22 were: Larry White, Oliver | Sam .Schooly, County Office ,

Hatfield. Reppard Cowart'Otis Al-j Manager for the Palm Beach Ag- -:. : work hardest I It's on the spot for making calls. taking ,
len and Charles Wood, all of ricultural Stabilization Conservation !

.hokee; Mrs Repper and Mrs. pa-I Committee, U. S. Dept:: of calls, saving steps and time. All that adds up to a lot of easier
,rie Blackwell of Canal Point Agriculture was the guest speakerat
'.Mrs. Iva Hendrickson Moore Ha the local Lions Club ask >,
Monday I living for you?. Call your telephone business office or
ven. evening. He'was introduced by the .

program chairman. R. Harrington. any telephone servicemen for details on pretty colors and
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Miss Dianna Whiteside arrived in .

.Avon Park Wednesday from Bre- J. G. Weeks, President; presidedover the very modest price. IS SlL
vard N, C. and *
was met by her the meeting. Abner Vann '
parents J. :Mr. and Mrs. R. G. White- Deputy District Governor and the Y \ Southern (mm Bellr'
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'ride of Pahokee. She is spending president of the Clewiston Lions .
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