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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Civil Defense Unit Organized Elmo Speak Scoggin In Pahokee Will Sugar Research & Marketing





i For Canal Point CommunityMore Dr.Old B\,Testament Slmo Scoggin at, Professorof 'Southern Group Coining To The Glades


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I than,thirty persons received J Baptist Theological Seminary
certificates, after completion of Gene, Butler ,Better Wake Forest, North Carolina;, will I Local Post Office Monday, January 15, will be a

the twelve hour Civil'Defense Adult ,Following OperationGene be preaching in a week-end revival Sets Yule HoursThe red letter day in the sugar cane
Education Course in Personal Sur- growing history of the Lake Okee-

vival in Disaster, which was con- Butler, Pahokee tonsorial Canal Point,Post Office will chobee, Region ,when a "Sugar Re- .

ducted by Henry F. Williams of artist, is in Duke hospital at Dur- observe the following hours Dec. search and Advisory Committas ,"
Belle Glade. The course was com- I apppointed by U. S.. Secretary of
ham
N. C., where he underwent an 11 thru 23:
pleted Tuesday night, December 6, operation last Friday and able to I Monday, Dec. 11 through Friday Agriculture. Orville Freeman,
which was the fourth of makes an'offici l visit to this
night sit
up a little today and will be December 22 the windows will open '
classes held in the Canal Point there for another week or ten days. I ; t at 8:00 a. m. and close at 5:30 p. m. booming, sugar'area..
\. School cafeteria.Mr. Commissioner Freeman named
Several months back Mr. Butler r--- \ Saturday, December 23 the windows
Williams was guest speakerat had an operation in which a plastic I ,will open at 8:00 a. m. and 10 outstanding Americans to UK-
the November the committee and Florida isI
of special
meeting
I artery was substituted for ,an ar- close at 12:30 p. m. The office will
Canal Point P. T. A., his subject: tery that ceased to-work. Tne ope- I I be closed Monday December 25tli represented by. W. C. Pruitt of
"Personal Survival in of atomic I Clewiston.Lee .
case ration was a success :and he got but mail will be placed in the boxes.
attack." The educational course of Pahokee has been ,
along nicely until a few weeks ago J. A.r The star: route will not pick up or Shirley
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just completed was a direct result, named chairman of the arrangements -
when something slipped and a return deliver mail on December 25th.
of the interesting fashion in which Smith committee for the day and it
to 'Postmaster
trip Duke was necessity.: -Edythe ,
he presented his subject. He Canal Point Florida. is probable that the noon luncheonwill
was accompanied: on the trip by ,
I Before the group adjourned the Mrs. Butler and Jo- Wilder. .- be held at the Elks cltib room.
: final class they'had elected G. L. Somebody with full and complete

! Lanham to act as Canal Point I P. White Camp:; May Be knowledge of the sugar industry -

I Civil Defense chairman, instructing Taxes ReceivedGlades LgN' in Florida will be chosen to present -

him to contact Civil Defense of- facts to the visitors, Mr.
! ficers in West Palm Beach and advise Office I Changed ColoredA Shirley said. The Pahokee Cham-

I them that a local chapter is Bldg. ber of Commerce will sponsor the
! being organized. Those officers will r I at the First Baptist Church of Pa- noon luncheon.
1 move is afoot to change the
; _' be able to give the local organization Stetson O. Sproul's Tax Collecting i hokee, December 15, 16, 17. Ser white migratory labor camp'In Pa- The //committee" be taken on-

,I official recognition, will conduct i office, at the Clades Office, J vices will be conducted each evening hokee to ,a ,colored camp to house inspection tours of the sugar grow-
_ ,advanced courses in_ .Civil Def at 7:30 p. m. '
Building: did an exceptionally good I I I1 off-shore imported colored labor.. ing areas and furnished with plenty -
\' fense and supply materials and I Dr Scoggin Is a former pastorof '
business during November when j I ,The camp is under the'direction,of of information regarding the industry -
for the local the Canal Point
equipment necessary taxpayers shelled out $63,000 in Baptist Church.He the Pahokee Housing Authority ; in this'immediate section ot ;
to be able to function according is a native of,North Carolina ,
group order to secure the 4 percent discount ; made up of the following men: Florida.. .. ..
to the plan in the event some for taxes paid in November.Mrs. received his education at Furman .. .
Bob Apelgren chairman; James L.
type of disaster strikes the com- Edwina University with a THM and THD '.
collector
Young; deputy Tyson Jr., vteevfcnairman; Leonard
munity, be it nature's elements on said: degree from Southern Baptist The- fr'fi 5,644.County Folks
Dobrow Pope and Joe Waddell -
a rampage, civil strife, or an actual "Although a great many folks ological Seminary, Louisville Ken- I i embers.>
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atomic attack. I do not know, or, have forgotten,, tucky. He did three years of residence At- present there are between 30 Receive State Aid
Those persons present were of that taxes at Hebrew University, .Jerti-
county may be paid at:
and 40 white families living in the
the opinion that a strong, well informed the Glades Office Building tax pay, salem, Israel. I I :

Civil Defense Chapter may ments have been very good during :- Dr. Scoggin served'pastorates in : white camp and many pf them home.consider Thomas ,E.. :Penick, Chairman of
it their
be of more importance in communities Kentucky,and Florida before goingas year-round
the first discount month Of I I Where these families will live if the District 10 Welfare Board of the
such as Canal Point in case of November to the tune of $63- Missionary to Israel 19191955. I
State, of Public Wel-
is into for colored Department
disaster, than in the larger, incorp- 000." j Since 1955 he has been at South- camp changed one
orated areas that have ,their own ... .! eastern.Dr. laborers has not been saUsI fare, reported that in Palm Beach

police and fire departments. It was Scoggin an honorary mem-{1 j I I factorily._determined_. as yet. County 5,644 persons were assistedin
pointed out that we are dependent 33 New Precincts ber of the Pahokee Rotary Club. j I Ii I the four'categories of public assistance -

on a relatively few deputy sheriffs The Pastor of the First Baptist 1;i Foot Ball Banquet for the month of Novem-

whose duty it is to enforce'the law Created In County Church extends a warm welcome to I ber, 1961.'-
in the western portion of our coun- the public to hear Dr. Scoggin while A total of 184? persons received

ty. In case of wide spread disaster __ B _____ I II he is here.'Thru Scheduled Tonite Old Age Assistance in the amount

theirs would be an almost impos- November record in the office of of $83,881. 95-persons received Aid
sible job. j I I the Supervisor of Registration I I to the Blind,'totaling 5732. 886
in the Pahokee School
Tonight
Preparations are being made tol shows,that_ 79 voters changed from Trailways families, representing 2724 children -
conduct classes in first aid. An I IJ I the ,Democratic Party to the Republican -I cafeteria Belle Glade and Pahokee received Aid to' Dependent
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:: announcement will be made_later as Party while. seven voters Buses To New York gridiron warriors will be honored Children in the amount of $56,132.
: : to the date for enrollment for this yerted'rom' the Republican with a banquet, sponsored by the 303 personsreceived Aid to the
.--'t I Lions! Clubs, ofi Canal Point, Paho
class. Disabled in the amount of $16,864.In .
j' Party to the,Democrat Party. -
.New through, no-change Trail- kee South Bay and Belle Glade. .
The,Canal Point Lions Club and addition 363 children received
:For the month of November
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, \ the,'Canal Point P.T. A., also,-'all I I records jndicate that'a total of 228 'ways intercity bus,service! between Officials pf the sponsoring organizations -I :service during the.month, 217 of
New fork City and a dozen Florida>> invited
have Larry
t- others in_the community who are persons'have changed addresses whom were in .foster homes. The
,.. '_: interested are being requested to putting them in new precincts. cities from Jacksonville to Miami "Hank" Slay athletic director of total state.and,local,cost for these

. give the local Civil Defense group An additional 33 precincts have will become effective Tuesday, December Dan McCarty High School at Fort child welfare services was $121O.95. ,-
12, 1961. Pierce to make the featured speechof ..
their support. Notice of future been added to the present 48, mak-
meetings and class groups will ap- ing a total of 81 precincts. The Officials of the Tamiami Trail- the evening. Commissioner Paul There were 5 adoption petitions

: pear in the local newspapers.: I I rapid growth of Palm Beach County ways Bus Company will visit Canal Rardin will act as master of cere- studied for;the. Circuit Court. These'
.. Point on Monday December 11th, monies.
I are children in homes independent -
necessitates, this change and 1
I to discuss, this new service with Each Lion will for his
HOME FROM VISIT I County Commissioners in doing so, pay own of service through a
f :Mrs. ;J. S. Harrington, Sr., returned -. have designed the changes, keeping business leaders of the community. meal and the clubs have enough licensed child placing agency, and
'? Saturday to, her home in in mind future growth. They are scheduled to arrive at money left out of their foot ball the Welfare 'Board is responsible

: Port Mayaca following visit of 12:15'p.. m. at Canal Point Sport clinic to pay for the players' meals. according to law to make these reports

;:I. several weeks with relatives In Effort Shop, operated by M. C Carter, The food will be prepared by Mrs. to the court.
For
:' -, :Monticello and South Georgia..Donald Making Bus Agent, in a small caravan of Stanley at the school cafeteria in I Palm Beach County is also represented -

;,".. Harrington met his mother in First Aid Class new buses and will be pleased to Pahokee and served by the home on the District Ten 'Welfare -

Monticello Saturday and accompanied answer questions concerning schedules economic girls. The; menu will consist Board by the Reverend Paul

t :: her home. Efforts are being made in Ca- fares, equipment and other of roast beef, locally grown M. Cassen, Mrs. Helen R. Tedder,
t"\ nal Point to organize a First Aid matters. sweet corn and beans and other de- Mrs. Helen D. Woodward West

.i.1.t.: _. CIRCLE TO MEET Class and volunteers are needed to Tamiami Trailways officials: in licacies. Palm Beach and Mrs. Marion
.( "i: .' The lone Patterson Circle of the- make the, projscz: success It'15 the caravan will be_happy to pro- .... .... <.I Bleech of Pahokee.

'd ff'' Canal Point Baptist Church Worn- person will snow an interest a vide additional detailed prej-i information Mrs. Iva laTell and Mrs. Flora .-.-

: ens Missionary Union will meet teacher can be secured..Mrs. Jack to reporters or photographers Faurst of'Plainville' Ind, are the Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross of Ca-

:.t;t.. Monday December 11 at 3:00 p.m. Hewell has placed,boxes at the post 'assigned to cover their:visit. ii I guirets-,of their nephew and nal Point have as their house guest

: j. ," with Mrs.'M. C.'Carter,at her home office, :drug: store Hooks Grocery" ..-. niece Mr. and)grs. Charles Max- their daughter Mrs. Doyle Bran-

: ;. ..,' in Port Mayaca.Mrs. J- L. McCatt. and Echolft Grocery and those interested !,. >>18,CHoria J'ean'.Half was the son in Canal Point while visiting yon of Melbourne.Mr. Branyon accompanied -

';have in the project may.drop overact guest of- Mias 'BrendaAtldaw& the other members of the Maxson his wife here Saturday
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::: their name in any one of theb tea; families. i ii and returned<. ..home Sunday1 ,
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Page Two .. The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday December 8, 1961 I
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:d- listed on a restaurant menu I'm, General Meeting I i MIAMI VISITORSMr.

reminded of the Texan who answered Pahokee ''I and Mrs. John Rogers, and f ;
an ad of an eastern firm offering Of WSCS son, Alan of Miami, were weekend

to buy'frog skins. guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. I
The Texan wired he coUld supply The general meeting of the John D. Rogers, Pahokee. Other I

any quantity Up to 100,060.( The Womans Society of Christian Ser- out-of-town guests were Mr. and i I

reply was prompt:, "Send" them vice of the First Methodist Churchof Mrs. Perry Rogers, Mrs. NellieO'Riordan !

all." Pahokee, was held Monday in the Mr .and Mrs. Dave

A few days later, one lone frog- Church with the Mary aai Martha Alexander, all of Ft. Pierce, arid i

i skin arrived in a box with"tMs note Circle in charge of the program.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rogers and

t J attached: "Turned' out this is all Robert Hatton, program their guests attended the Dedication

L the frog'skins there was..The noise chairman; presented Dr. and Mfci Services at. TKe First Method ,

= sure had me fooled." Lester"Hatton and the'members O* at Church in Pahokee, Sunday. ,;

,the, Vesper Choir. Following a program i i 1"1'-_- Bi }1

IN THE HOSPITAL of Christmas songs and VISITS GRANDPARENTS ,\
The Rar&n Butting In, Canal Point, Florida Patients remaining in tne Ever- music, the attendance pin;; was presented Little Miss Tina Maria Shultz of '(

THE LAKE OKEEOH.OBEE REGION HOME OF glades Memorial Hospital December to the Mary and Martha Circle Belle Glade, spent the past weekend -

6, 1961., ,Mrs. Mattie Deas, ,, with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Vivian Stamps Oliver Hat- Mrs. C, A. Stuckey, Pahokee.Tina ,
THE EVERGLADES: ) .NEWSServing '
field, Mrs.Annie Teaque and Geriherdo BROTHER DIES Maria is the three year old daughtre -

the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region'Without Navarro all of Pahokee; Mrs. Mrs. ,Jessie HUghes of Bryant, of Mrs. CHarlene l Shultz. '

Interruption Every Week: for More'Than 30 Years Annie Echols and L. D. Echols, received: word Monday of the deatn I
Established March also Henry Allen of Canal Point; of her ,brother, Joseph Hollaway, APPRECIATIONI I
11 1924 Published
Every Friday
Mrs. Lusada Dustin of Indiantown; 84, of Brewton, Ala., He had been wish to express my appreciation -

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Mrs. Katie Gurr, Belle Glade. seriously ill for several years. Mrs. for the kindnesses of my

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office .ca.: Hughes also has been in poor health friends and loved ones for their I
for several months and unab cards and of all. God
was
CIRCLE MEETING prayers May ,
in Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter
The Margery-Lair Circle of the to attend the funeral services. I Bless each of you. ,'

Pal Rfrdn Owner, Editor, Publisher Womens Society of Christian Ser- Mrs. Marie Blackwell t

cized in the past. i vice of the First Methodist"Church :Mrs. Ben Rogers and Mrs. C L. I .

The I When you scan the variety of i of Pahokee will meet December 11 Livingston of Canal Point spent Mr. and Mrs. Baine Stuckey,

ont "fanning" activities in Florida today at 3:30 p. m., (instead of Decem- several days last week with her son I West Palm Beach, visited his

you'll ,come across one nowand ber 18) with :Mrs. Frank Friend, and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. I brother, C. A. Stuckey arid family
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b!' then that's quite' unusual even Mrs. C. A. Major as co-hostess. Foreman in West Palm Beach.I Sunday.

in this state where surprises are .
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fre4uently'encountered.:
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/"Vbnfefer For example: fishing worms.

Few people, I'm sure, arc aware
Department of 4 that,in Florida the business of rais-
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worms passed
One of the reasons our farmers millfon-dollar-a-year-mark. Florida I I II

continue to out-produce the rest of \worm farmers are shipping their I I
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the world is their freedom, under product to all of the other states
oiir American system.to engage in and even into Canada. Recent esti-j'I Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

mates place the total out-of-state
any kind of production they choose.If SALES and SERVICE
shipments of African night crawl
the opportunity for profit exists I
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ers at more than half a Billion ,
and his resources and facilities are I 3
I worms a yea Heating: Air Conditioning Appliances
adequate, an American farmer car I J 3
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adapt his production to ths mark _
ets that are,available" to him.That's r You might think the Depart ___ \' .1""'_ \'..1".1_-----"" \\.1\.} \lIll\. --'-",J1iA.ii;
ment of Agriculture would have no .:; .. ."
freedom that isn't
a en-
I I interest in the worm business. We ,
Joyed".in Russia oY China- That's I
why agriculture i 1thoSe''Countiie.4ctonsistettlyfajj have, however, because when .. I
: .:fo meet- the production trouble occured at some of our "
: which their worm farms this past summer, we : ; :
Quotas1
planners :
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have, sd' received an urgent appeal for assistance : '.i..L.. ', r_ .' ,
-dptimistically publl- '
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in determining the cause, r <
Worms _at several farms began dy- ;7o'i; :& ;,. ,- _.}7 Elictrfcal ftfts at yaiirDtctric
AJpiaaca DuiarO "
ing" hi'great numbers. No one knew : :: :< I' -: :;/

the reason. One farmer estimatedhis Blender,
Classified. Ads ;
losses as high as 40000.' ;. ....,' ,'_ -'f-' Q f Bottle Warmer .

L At our Division of Plant Industry ," .. c D Broiler f
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SPARE ROOMS ,for rent?,, 'If you in Gainesville, our nematologist, .." < I D Can Opener :
have one, get in'-touch; with this Robert Esser, has been conductingan D Clock

newspaper, and insert a ?1 classified investigation. He thinks the a' '. ,._ .;7.... ", .! .::" :;,-':,. ), : lIt Q Coffee Maker ;sD : ,
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ad. It Win tef risu&s. All ads worm malady may be traced to avirus. ._'t-, ,. -, -.. .. ..;. I.J.:: Deep Fat Fryer,

parable in'adv nc! :Tfc Nears Canal Point, Fla. r D Fry Pan
zations are working oh the prob- r
it D Hair Dryer I
lem. It take : few months to : .
SALE and may a '
FOR : New used Wlflyi Q Heating Pad ,
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's: Garage find,the answer because tvestigation -,'-"- Here's a line '.;,\. ''j-;, Q Ice Cream Freezer / I
In Belle Glade, Phone 8058. and research are painstaking I ,;: '" \-' I{g Q Juice Extractor

Oct; 17-64-ch tasks that require time and pat- ,\ ;:: I I ;t. Jjm, D Knife Sharpener -
ience. on gifts for 1 Q Floor or table Lamp .*,s*;,
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SUGAR BOOM: is stirtf ttf hit. If j:; .
Modem science, however, has ,4" :'f.''(': D Power Tools '- -'-; *.
you have: apart room or two for been successful In running down Vacuum Cleaner V-\ --
I Better LivingELECTRICALLY. W n :'- .
.rest, why not,place an% ad in,.this and pin-pointing many maladies .M/ n Rad'o Jelevis or Hill /; i ; .f
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column and watch results. X.phone I Ir I that have posed serious threats to I ,., .. ',' Q Rotia>eri -h'::. :,;

call job done. crops and livestock. We are fortu- n SandwichGfi9 's--, .'?;- '
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IS : 1 paid toid'Vncet nate to have available all of the .. f tJ $!smt ; "; i i
: Weld i tfwft i>ei going I scientific and technological re- bll.D '101I ,-***%':* I
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; : sources of this modern to help O Toaster :: :;-:
age
otf> oh array bHpd/until yovf sendski ij3btir i ;
'".60.Tfife'WixH 'fa-'at. us solve the p robi ms that contiri- 0 Yhfflf 'Iroe
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: Q Electric Blanket sheet f
'JxincL'It will iatift tml slid} price of I uaUy confront us. S j '
: I .. And For That Very special Gift .
Itk&fbo* of t&ttl taiatipyo) rSlitechpUon. -
There are hazards, of course in AU-aCCTtK WTOTEK .
SeM Aloe :t Oiat cieckto
. Tfad MrgMhMei Kews. ; 'any type of farming, A friend told
:Ux'IA l'6 iil,1Y9. tae recently about the experience
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.. 'AB I ... ..alftoatcolumn trout for m rket. One summer r .. l
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Wy.'If 7eU: MYi4I5 la 'UWj'dIiasUI mortrfng he found a number of dead ."H.' ..f'( 'I" 1I

,- lelisbwill know I trcrat f1o&uug.otl 6fie of his ponds. .5 S x -"'. ... SThis
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'trl dre to Itod 'tfeat, fipartJ room. Each' Md & 'man hole in the top I I '

a 8.d ,t. o and'telpyf9)eUrad to of its head. .-' '',-..-, i

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I'lL. dead trout but though he stayed by .
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ponds day '
.AND FOE->RENT ra it "t oae ;<4.
to discover what caused the "
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near the i lakeYPWe MfeSpoon
; Pahoicee-tlM. If: holes. One morning he got -up. be

.er .____ _n.._ fore sunrise and hid in some bushes s

1BJIR.1v! Ifl D ) heai* the ponds. Just before sunup,

.A etrible and?:I>tttol>at8 tft fie several small ,cranes, or herons,
spare time new.'ttareM&ofl oi dammss. flew in, settled by the ponds and Christmas be a thoughtful giver. Choose modern, care A treasury of.lijhwwcfcjn I

Write: IfM&sMft.Secrts lon, began stabbing at fish with their 'free electric gifts-give better,,,electrically. An electrical gift .ttuR i to Ml horn arotm4dbbe -.', '': ,'. i

... :&&, Box,"918, HeoeAsvffle; !'J& long, sharp beaks. says all the nice tilings that words cannot express. It keep* on tkiworfd...ifttetestiII "c :. -. '
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from .
r ; EVen after they had swallowed giving all i through the year. There are marvelou ackdiofts la Ireland {, _

FOB- SALE.Maytag. Gas' Range, some of,the fish the birds kept onstabbing' all price, and for every age and interest. Tirfciy.Entfaiwf.France, ,j j i > ,
four large,barriers, large oven others and finally; flew S Gcflnany and ewefr bert.,. .
broiler and aB so easy to prepare :
and storage compartments 4
off, leaving a score of ,dead trout when kNow ttot .
; tune clock. Regular ,$298, you .'J.
drill: > f
whose heads they had neatly -
recipes.FRtE at
uttie./Lo01m .
Less
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\ than half price.Phone 7600 in Pa- ed.The solution: wire netting over --tk;'Q 1. 'tft-jJg.J.lI. ..-.. .ancadwttr.

:. -:. hokee. the ponds and the wholesale slaughter ...Irs CHEAPER.JOOI, .... ',':,. iwJ

t FOR SALE: t1a d Trucks. '_ 'and. of trout was ended. --' '

des. PhOfne, -611'in' '-Paho&ce.y Because frog legs are a delicacy '\ FLJRIJA: 1 PNMER I llSIT :COMPANY. : ; '. i!

" :IkC;;:!2th. enjoyed by many people, frog --J _.J ". has been flOKJOA 7
'1.- V* >l > J .1 farming a profitable venture _HELPING OUHO ._ .. "'f!
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to a late-season build-up of aphids and mites attacking an.82-acre field of tomatoes.

IT not controlled a late-season insect solving with Phosdrin Insecticide. ; The photo on, the right shows pickers harvesting the same field the following day.

JL build-up can quickly downgrade Phosdrin is a powerful new phosphate No Phosdrin residue remains to endanger either the pickers or the,crop. ."

make completely unsalablevegetablecrops insecticide that kills the toughest insects ,

such as tomatoes, beans; potatoes, fast, usually within a few minutes of ap Hard-to-kill insects insecticides and fungicides.And Phosdrin

peppers, celery, watermelons, eggplantsand plication. However, unlike most other Phosdrin solves other problems too. It offers a wide margin of safety to the foliage -

most leafy vegetables. insecticides, Phosdrin disappears rapidly and fruit of insecticide-sensitive j
controls insects such ,as cabbage loopersand : crops
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aphids that are becoming.harder to as .
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Amendment to Public Law 518. most others. part gallon of Phosdrin.A little Phosdrin goes; ...

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Leafhoppers Dipterous leafminer(adult). Cantaloupes Cabbage looper. is available from your local] in- :'''
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Beets.Garden Aphids.Mites. Cutworm(daubing). Satt-manh caterpsltar I
(Ind tops) Cabbage Iooper Cutworms(dlmbini). formulations that are easy to apply with
Cutworms(dimbins). '. Grasshoppers ...
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cabbage Cabbage looper. Tomatoes 1 dq Potatoes AplJIds" Mites.
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PERSONAL NEWS$: NOTES$ I Ii PTA Record Meet Group MondayCanal At HEART CHAIRMAN ,, : : I;f I IA i.!I


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::: Point had a record attendance r \ : "
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daughters-in-law, Mrs, Doris Mock Hospital, and other,relatives in Ca- "' -' 4, s i
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r and Mrs. Lena Mock, and their, nal Point. .... ,<.' Meeting i '-'iJi:, I I
Association. The meeting was .: ,
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Ottis Vinson of Ft. Walton held in the school auditorium with -, .

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stricklandwere Beach was the weekend guest of Mrs. W. E. Blackwell, president, I : ; I

honored guests at a cook-out Mr. and Mrs, Leon Spooner of Pa- presiding. A salute to the Flag was !
: held at the home of'Mr. and Mrs. hokee. followed by a prayer led by Eustis ,

Cecil Hall, Pahokee. Mrs. Strick Blackwell.Mrs. ..
.{ land is the former Miss Marlene Mrs. H. H. Sears returned Tues- McCall announced that a .

Scott of Canal,Point.: day to her home in Canal Point Parliamentary Procedure Course f t

: after spending the past week in will be held January 11, at the Palm .
s Mr. and Mrs. R. D.'HiU'' and child
St. Marys Hospital inVest Palm
Springs School. She also announced -
ren, Mike ,and 'Cheryle of North Beach. the need for a Civil Defense T. I J
Palm Beach were weekend guestsof
Chairman.Mrs. .
Mrs. Ruth Dekens of Lake Charles .
T. A. Hooper and son-in-law and 'IF I
daughter, Mr. and"Irs.Bobby Mob- La., is the house guest of her Charles Stewart's third ,JS I I
ley of Sand Cut. parents,Mr. and Mrs.J. H. Blair in grade won the room count. Following 'L"f:

Canal Point. the business meeting the pro= I
Mrs. Ellis Hall of Bryant, returned gram was turned over to Mts. Ruth
home Saturday following a Mr. and Mrs. Albert Snyder of Snyder and the Canal Point students Hector A. Ouellette of South L. t

trip to La Verne, Ala, where she South Bay'were Wednesday lunch- with Mrs. Billie Huddle at Bay,,has accepted the appointment :V I Ii

was called by the death of her eon guests of Mrs. Doyle Branyonwho the piano and Teddy McCall an- of Glades Heart Fund Chairmanfor

uncle, Odis Price. Mrs. Hall accompanied is visiting her parents; Mr. and nouncer.A the Palm Beach Heart Associa-

her mother:.Mrs. Lee Rhymes Mrs. W. S. Cross of Canal_Point. program of Christmas songs tion. The heart Fund Drive will ;, \\ \t

t Mrs. J. White;Mrs. Kate Hol- Mrs. James Stedems of Canal was presented to one of the largest take place in February.' ; -i .

comb and Mrs,..Cora Price all of Point has been_ill for,the past week audiences to attend the Canal Principal of South Bay School :.1' ', I<' f iV j
Mr. Ouellette
was former Conch I
Belle Glade. Point PTA The theme of
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program was I .,
Mrs. W. S. Cross of Canal Point since last Friday. Comes To Our School," in which Bay Lions Club president, a member ":; .:- !
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is convalescing at her home after Mrs. Ida Butler of Canal Point the entire student body hail a part I I of Belle Glade Elks Club and .... ... .".';.. ',$. :' '
being hospitalized last week in the has been seriously ill in the Ever- also special piano and vocal soloes.I!I,is active in community and school ; :.--.. : I I, !I
Everglades Memorial Hospital in I(i affairs. I'f
glades Memorial Hospital was Piano solos were presented byj :

Pahokee.Dr. moved Monday to St. Marys Hospital Josephene Young and Nancy Har II I The chairmanship of the Heart f '.; : .-..,:.-t-: i
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Fund has the Glades from 7 '
and Mrs. E., W. Brandes of in West Palm Beach:and underwent rington. Vocal solos by, EJdie Up-' area >-"S:::. ": ';, I
Canal Point south and includes
Palm Beach were Saturday guestsof major surgery. She is in thegrove, Syble Martin, Lucky I Lake Harbor. 'I- I
Mr. and'/Mrs. C. B. Stringari in serious condition., Botzler, Terri Echols and Joe
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Mrs. Ruby Smith of Canal Point I H J

Mrs. A. R. Chastain ,returned was released Tuesday from Ever- I'Methodists Have I II V V:, .

Thursday to her home in Canal glades Memorial Hospital where Mrs. Don Kepp Is II ; ';
she was confined over the weekend I ; >
Point after spending several weeksat :
her'home in Salt Springs. I and is staying with her son-in- Hostess To WSCSThe Their Homecoming 1.-i : t'

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Mr. and Mrs. L D. ,Cadenhead, Aubrey Hitchcock, until she regains Canal Point:Womens Society .f' : I
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Church observed its Annual Home- .
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Naples Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Cam- with Mrs. Don '< ;
; Kepp and Mrs. L. L. :
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E. Williams of Canal Point : coming Sunday, with The Rev. C. : j \>
mack, M <'William Davis'and a was a business visitor in North: Maxson, president, presiding ofsc To' Howes visiting minister from ,"
friend of Ft. Myers also Ted I I I '," .'
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Echols and neighbor of Melbourne .
stopped by Welborn to visit his carried to send money to the Missionaries nual Message. \.

brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and I in South Africa as.action The event also marked the dedi- .

:Mrs. Harry Williams. on the recent book study on the caiton of the new Church Chapel, ( L' .
Po YoU KNOW ? country.Rev. preceded by dinner in the Social
Mrs. C. B. Jones and son Alton '- >,
Robert Shelley, suggested
in Clewiston with Hall.Presentation 1
spent Saturday
the circle take as their project of the. Key to-the .V
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EVERY FOURVISITORS 'White Christmas: for: the Child ens Chapel, and three memorials to
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Jones sons. Home Enterprise" and Mrs. Earl John V. Thomas, Chairman the I

15 SEEING ., u Mrs. J. H. Strayer and family, Maxson was appointed the chairman Board of Trustees,'by R. M. Sand- '
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FLORIDA Glorian and Dicky, were weekend of the project. The goal for : ers, Chairman of,the Building Committee -( .
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'" w, J2 { r1' rA daughter Mr. and Mrs.. Don Mc- the WSCS: members gave $10.00 at gram. t <- p i.

Kinnon in Miami.BUSINESS this meeting. The memorials presented were a .; 1.V.' ,- .,

... I I Mrs. Boyd Vorhees presented the pulpit given by Mr. and Mrs. John ."

MEETINGS worship program, theme "Christ D. Rogers in memory of their ,f. I Jl
daughter, Sybil Lucille Rogers; a I
First Methodist Church of Paho- mas Card". She was assisted in _
f'RP61j kee announced the following meetings presenting the program by Mrs. E. pulpit Bible given by Mrs. Laurie
( Justice in of her husband,
F Hollon. Recorded memory
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to be held this week: Tuesday,
? I M December 12, at 7:30 p. m., Methodist Music was played as the back- I Elmer B. Justice, and a Communion
A table given on behalf of the ,, I
Men's Dinner Meeting: Thursday ground. ,
"fJl Dec. 14, at 7:00 p.m. Commission Following the program refresh- Rogers family in memory of their
mother, Edna .Lavada Rogers. ..:
on Stewardship and Finance; ments were served by the hostessto 1 i' \ n !
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___, .h 4 I Gene Garry. I dedication message, *followed by .. l !
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N 1 Communion Service, first to be held ..-,tV4.,f ,'.... -**',' I ; : \
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T' than a cuU 1-relati nahip. ,
For The SeasonPacking ; ; The Heart Association: of Palm I ..,- 14

Beach and Martin Counties have .J '.

advised the public for several years 1. .:. -'!:,
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Ripened, Large Juicy Navels juice oranges. Pink Grapefruit. trouble surefire, is guarantee excellent against practice heart for ,;. i '0 t'..
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Large variety of Southern Candies, Coconut' Patties, Pralines, one's the heart's general protection.One health as. well as for ;I i

Jellies and Pecan Nut Assortments. of the annoyances that go

with overweight ,is frequent diffi- 4. i

Gift Packages Special Shipments Fruit To Take Home culity in breathing. The fatter the ... .. '

individual, the more difficult a job 1

I breathing is likely to become. :
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Francois Jacquemaux Ives Jelly and Marmalades Why? /7..0 o

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long time, both in the interest of '

discovering how best to treat "..-.. ., :

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Bessemer Properties, Incorporated trolled. \ :- ':.--
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Y I Phone.9492< !) US 441 and SR 76 Open Sundays 'Mr.and Mrs. R. Lee Kahle and ", ":1'I .. .

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family of Canal Point as : .
JHace. "Orders on or Before. December_ for Christmas Friday guests his sister-in-law, t

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one you want now. Then come in and, pick wagons.Your choice of four new Thunderbirds, \ ---= .i ', ('

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At the close of mid-semester,
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church choir of the First reached a new high in its overgrowing -

Baptist Church of Pahokee under scholarship program. Ap-

the direction of Mrs. Guthrie Col- proximately 75, organizations and
individuals have made possible over
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90 scholarships and work assist- S
Cantata, 'Love Transcending" by
antships to qualified men and wom-
j Peterson on, Sunday evening, December en students at the local college.
Methodist Canal Point Church God
10th at 7:30 .p. m. Mrs. M. According to Mrs. Elizabeth

Church,Pahokee Baptist Church ,Barf ield HighwayPahokee P. Stanley is pianist and Miss Patsy Crockett, scholarship chairman,
---' the program has increased from 32
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Keene is organist for the Cantata.
Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Fla.J. student recipients in the 1959-1960
SUNDAY 9:45 a.:m.-church School SUNDAY* W. Hughes, Minister Reverend Guthrie Colvard, pastor, school year, to last year's end-of-

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship &45 a. m.-Sunday School :Phone.3736 is narrator for the program. the-year total of 78. Already this
6:45 p. m.-M7F 11:00 f'. m.-Morningr Worship SUNDAY: The soloists are Mrs. Wendell year's scholarship monies for this '

7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Harris, Miss Ruth Colvard, James school year total $13,875,with more
TUESDAY: 7)30( p. .Evening- Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Batchelor, Jr., and Lee Shirley. expected by new donors In time for

7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir prac WEDNESDAY: 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic Ser- The following people are members second semester registration. Pres-
ticeWEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. viceTUESDAY ,of the Cantata Choir: Sopranos netly 30 students are on the schol-

: ... : : Mesdames C. L. Shirley, Jr., arship waiting list, with 14 seeking

7:45 p.,m.Mid-week devotions 7:30 p. m.-prayer Service E. B. Gamble, James Batchelor, C. work assistantships. .
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac The,Methodist ch.. THURSDAY: v A. Batchelor, Earl Cooper, Wiley ..-..

tice.Canal Canal Point Florida 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ Ii Tillis, Paul Tillery Wendell Har-.
Christmas Seal
..-. ; Service. ris, Ralph Grimes, Mary Ham t '
--- mond, R. R. Henderson, Frank .
Point First Robert A. Shelley,Pastor '
The Church Thompson; Misses Dorothy Batch- Sales
SUNDAY: Pahokee Reported
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Baptist 10:00 a. m.-Church School elor, Rebecca Grimes Shirley Kin-
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship Of'The NazareneRev. caid, and Patsy Batchelor.
Elder R.E.Barfleld 6:30 ra. Youth Fellowship / Altos: Mesdames C. L. Shirley, The total of the annual Christ-
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SUNDAY: 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship Pastor Sr., Harvey Batchelor, Frank mas. Seal Campaign at the end of
433 Bacom Point
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10:00 a.m.-Sunday School MONDAY: I I Tills, Lee Wroten, Misses Ruth the third week is $23,746.97, according -
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice SUNDAY? Colvard and Linda Woofter. Ten- to Doyle Rogers, County
] SERVICES '
7:00 p. m,-B. T. C. I TUESDAY: : ors: Kell Hood, James Batchelor, Chairman for the Palm Beach
9:45
a. m.-Sunday School
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship I 8:00: p. .-Woman's Society 11:00 'a. m.-Sunday Worship. Jr., James Batchelor, Sr., Richard County Tuberculosis and Health
WEDNDESDAY: 1st Tuesday2nd I 6:30 Juniors. Tillis and Ralph Grimes. Basses: Association.
p. m.- _
7:30 p. .Midweek Prayer MONDAY: 7:00 p. m.Sunaay Evening Lee Shirley, Bob Hasty, Horace Mr. Rogers expressed thanks to-
Service 7:30 p.nth Esther Class mfetin'l I I Evangelistic Service. Unwin, and Jack Stanley. those who have contributed early
tad and 4th TUESDAYS _
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WEDNESDAY: ,
WEDNESDAY: and urged all to answer their
7:30 p. .-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting I I I
\ 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer Nancy Harrington Christmas Seal letter promptly.
Meeting. Reminders for
meeting. are being prepared
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First Baptist St. Peter's Lutheran once". mail is being halted temp-

Church Pahokee Church, Belle Glade Nancy Harrington enter- orarily."If I
/ tained the local Lions Club Monday you should receive a reminder
J Christian '
Guthrie W.-Colvard, Minister August Koerber, Pastor I Science evening.with several renditicns despite the fact you have sent your

\ Sunday School 9:45 a. m. 601 W. Lake. Rd., Belle Glade Group Of Canal Point on the piano. She served as a sub- gift recently, please excuse it and'
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. SUNDAY: stitute for the out-of-town speak:: accept our thanks. We hope you
Union Dime Services 11 A. M. The comforting' and assuring er who was unable to. attend the will understand there must be a
Training -6:30 p. m. '
Evening 7:80 School 9:45 A. M. message of the Beatitudes (Matt. meeting, A. R. Harrington, pro- time lag in recording returns, while
Worship p. m.
Wednesday Prayer -- -4a_." 5) will be featured at Christian gram chairman, introduced his the gigantic task of sending reminders -

Service 7:30 p. m. St Mary'sCatholicChurch Science services Sunday.The daughter.The takes place", Mr. Rogers
A warm welcome to all. Lesson-Sermon on the sub- short business session was added.
.. _. ject "God the Preserver of Man" presided over by the president, ,J.! Totals from towns in the county:
will consist of Scriptural texts G. Weeks, and he appointed a committee are as follows: West Palm Beach,
The Church Father Francis,Fennech, Pastor
Of
God and correlative, passages from headed by H. H. Sears, $7,505.12; Lake Worth, 4299.28
\ Of Prophecy, Pahokee Confessions Sunday Mass11:30 before:Mass.a. m. 'Science and Health, with Key to along with Mel Paul and James Palm Beach 3,730.50. ; Belle Glade,' I

f,: .. the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Gibson to investigate the purchasing 338.50; Pahokee, 183.00; Canal I
Eddy. of the portable tent 89.00 South 19.00 ,
Canal Point Road oxymen Points ; Bay ; .
N John Holy Nativity The Golden Text is from Num- and mask from Mrs. M. F.George. Lake Harbor 19.00.
H. Kinard, pastor
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-r 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service and keep thee: the Lord make his foot ball banquet in Pahokee Friday Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sheppard and

! 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service face shine upon thee and be grac- night. The meeting was ad- daughter, Hazel and her mother,
" 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar 'ious unto thee: the Lord lift up his journed early to give the membersa mother, Mrs. Kate Hudson were
i. 8:00 p. m. 1'huraday-W. M. B.,. I SUNDAY: countenance' upon thee, and give chance to attend the local Par- weekend visitors with relatives in

f Everyone welcome. Special muslo_ 10 a. m.-Sunday School thee peace." ent Teacher Association meeting j Naples. i II
::1 and singing 'I 11 a. m.-Worship Service The concluding passage states:
r "Divine Love always has met and --

always will meet every human 111m m 111 n H-I in 11i n 11..H..H..H..H..H. -

need.It is not well to imagine that

f- Jesus demonstrated the divine power H FOR SALENew'3Bedroom
Thinking About Building? to heal only fora, select numberor

for a limited period of time,

ff since to all mankind and in every 2-Bath Homes
t" For Free Estimates Call hour, divine Love supplies all gcod"
(Science and ,Health p. 494). Immediate Occupancy

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I Ir For Half A Century Phone 7712 Blanton & Unwire
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i .Ruth Dobrow,.James W
;. Vann, Claud Morgan,Lewis Friend.;
Monday Cattle Sales Rupert Mock, Gorden Hillier, Ken-
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neth Hitchcock, Joe Hatton, Jr.,
WANTEDORANGE
I R. R. Long, W. D. Howard, and
: IiiJ J Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock :Market Melvin Spooner.The .

.' '. ,.. which is owned and operated by more than 120 occasion was in honor of his
!, ,,, Florida Cattlemen.' 50th birthday anniversary. The PICKERSHOUSING
theme was carried out in the large

f'Y oul.l: enjoy the-excellent service you receive here birthday cake decorations.. Mrs.

f. at this Market.We make an effort at all times.to give Jimmy Wilson and Mrs. Sam Mc-
I Kinstry, Jr., served at the
recep- ,AVAILABLE FOR
4. an outstanding service- to- buyer" and seller., Give us tion table and Mrs. Perry Duke

.-;Y. ; trial presided at the guest book. Cake SINGLE MALES

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surprise
SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. In. I I I 1'1 I I I I : C I I I It"!
out visitor OttiaVhison
an of town ,
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On ahokee-Belle Glade Road
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Page Six The Everglades_ News, Canal Point, Florida Friday December 8, 1861 .

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(I' iT"i tai t ta PlaIilioo I Junior'College Has '-

Many ScholarshipsAt

Dec. 10 At PahokeeThe

the close of mid-semester,
.- I II Palm Beach Junior College has
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I I church choir of the First reached a new high in its ever- r;

Baptist Church of Pahokee under growing scholarship program. Ap- I

the direction of Mrs. Guthrie Col- proximately 75, organizations and, ,
individuals have made possible over :
yard will present the Christmas
90 scholarships and work assist-
Cantata 'Love Transcending" by! antships to qualified men and wom-

Peterson on, Sunday evening, De- en students at the local college. .
First Methodist
Canal Point Church Of God
cember 10th at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. M. According to :Mrs. Elizabeth

Church, 'Pahokee Baptist Church .Barf ield HighwayPahokee P. Stanley is pianist and Miss Patsy Crockett, scholarship chairman, j
the has increased from 32
---- program
Rev. T. C. O'SteenSUNDAY Keene is organist for the Cantata.
Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Fla.J. student recipients in the 1959-1960
8:45 : Church School SUNDAY? W. Hughes, :Minister Reverend Guthrie Colvard, pastor, school year, to last year's end-of-
a. m.-
11:00 9:45.. m.-Sunday School 'Phone 3736 is narrator for the, program. the-year total of 78. Already this
a.
m.-rfomJng Worship .
6:45 p. m.-MYF 11:00 a. m.-Morning- Worship SUNDAY: The soloists are Mrs.. Wendell year's scholarship monies for this

7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 6:30 p. m. Training Union. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Harris, Miss Ruth Colvard, James school year total $13,875, with more

TUESDAY: 7&0( p. m. Evening- Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Batchelor, Jr., and Lee Shirley. expected by new donors in time for

7:00 p. .-Vesper Choir prac WEDNESDAY: : 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic Ser- The following people are members second semester registration. Pres-
t1eeWEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. viceTUESDAY ,. ,of the Cantata Choir: Sopranos netly 30 students are on the scholarship -

: : : Mesdames C. L. Shirley, Jr.. I waiting list, with 14 seeking

7:45 p.,m.-Mid-week devotion 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service E. B. Gamble, James Batchelor C. I work assistantships.

,8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac The Methodist Church THURSDAY: A. Batchelor, Earl Cooper Wiley ....

tice.Canal Canal Point Florida 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ Tillis, Paul Tillery, Wendell Harris -
Christmas Seal
-- ; Service. Ralph Grimes, Mary Ham-

--. mond, R. R. Henderson, Frank
Point First Robert.A. Shelley, Pastor
Thompson; Misses Dorothy Batch- Sales
SUNDAY: The Pahokee ChurchOf ReportedThe
Baptist Church 10:00 a. m.-Church School elor, Rebecca Grimes, Shirley Kin-
11:00 a. m.-Moi-ninli Worship The NazareneRev. caid, and Patsy Batchelor.
Elder R.E.Barfleld 6:30 m. Youth Fellowship I Altos: Mesdames C. L. Shirley, total of the annual Christ'
.. p.. .
Max D: Jones Pastor
SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship ; Sr:, Harvey Batchelor, Frank mas Seal Campaign at the end of
433 Bacom Point Rd.
10:00 a, m.-Sunday School MONDAY: I Thus, Lee Wroten, Misses Ruth the third week is $23,746.97, according -
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice I ? Colvard and Linda Woofter. Ten- to,Doyle Rogers, County
SUNDAY
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY: SERVICES: ors: Kell Hood, James Batchelor, Chairman for the Palm Beach
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School.
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Woman's Society1st 11:00 'a. m.-Sunday Worship. Jr., James Batchelor, Sr., Richard County Tuberculosis and Health
WEDNDESDAY: Tuesday2nd 6:30 Juniors. Tillis and Ralph Grimes. Basses: Association.Mr. .
m.-
p.
7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer MONDAY: 7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening Lee Shirley, Bob Hasty, Horace Rogers expressed thanks to,

Service 7.30 p. HI.. -Esther dais meeting Evangelistic Service. Unwin, and Jack Stanley. those who have contributed early
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: _.,....
WEDNESDAY: ---- .
I WEDNESDAY: and urged all to answer their
\ 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m.- 'Midweek Prayer Nancy Harrington Christmas Seal letter promptly.

Meeting.. __.. -..... meeting. Reminders are, being prepared for
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"Where you are a stranger but ,Entertains Lions mailing and the processing of incoming
First Baptist St Peter's Lutheran once". mail is being halted temp-

Church Belle Glade ... .. Miss Nancy Harrington enter- orarily."If .
Church PahokeeGuthrie ,
tained the local Lions Club Mon- you should receive a reminder
:
W. Colvard, Minister ,August Koerber, Pastor I Christian Science day evening with several renditions despite the fact you have sent your

v Sunday School 9:45 a. m. 601 W. Lake. Rd., Belle Glade Group Of Canal Point on the piano. She served as a sub- gift recently, please excuse it and'
stitute for the out-of-town speaker thanks. We
Morning Worship 11:00 n. m. SUNDAY: accept our hope you
Divine Services 11 A. M. The comforting and assuring who was unable to. attend the will understand there must be a
Training Union 6:30 p. m.
7:30 School'9:45 A. :M. message of the Beatitudes (Matt. meeting, :, A. R. Harrington, pro- time lag in recording returns, while
Evening
Worship p. m.
Wednesday Prayer 5) will be featured at Christian gram chairman, introduced his the gigantic task of sending reminders -

Service 7:30 p. m. St. Mary'sCatholic Science services Sunday.The daughter.The takes place", Mr. Rogers
Lesson-Sermon the subject short business session
A on was added.
warm welcome to all.
-. Church,_ "God the Preserver of Man" presided over by the president, ,J. Totals from towns in the countyare
will consist of Scriptural texts G.Weeks, and he appointed a'-committee as follows: West Palm Beach,
The Father Francis, Fennech, Pastor
Church Of God and correlative passages from headed by H. H. Sears, $7,505.12; Lake Worth, 4299.28
I Mass 11:30 a..m.
\ Of Prophecy, Pahokee Confessions Sunday before- Mass. 'Science and Health, with Key to along with Mel Paul and James Palm Beach 3,730.50; Belle Glade,

.. the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Gibson to investigate the purchasing 338.50; Pahokee, 183.00; Canal'

Canal Point Roads Eddy. of the portable oxymen tent Point, 89.00; South Bay, 19.00;

John H. Kinard, pastor Holy' Nativity The Golden Text is from Numbers and mask from Mrs. M. F. George. Lake Harbor, 19.00.

10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Episcopal Church (6): "The Lord bless .thee, Plans were made to attend the .

11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service; Pahokee and keep thee: the Lord mak his foot ball banquet in Pahokee Fri- Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sheppard and

7:45 p. Evangelistic Service face shine<<= upon thee and be grac- day night. The meeting was ad- daughter, Hazel and her mother,

8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B>* Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar ious unto thee: the Lord lift up his journed early to give the membersa mother, Mrs. Kate Hudson were

8:00: p. m. Thursday-W. M. B., I I I SUNDAY: countenance upon thee, and give chance to attend the local Par- weekend visitors with relatives in.

Everyone welcome. Special musio I 10 a. m.-Sunday School thee peace." ent Teacher Association meeting. Naples.

and ringing. II I 11 a. m.Worship Service The concluding passage states:
"Divine Love always has met and

always. will meet. every human .,. K M I < Ml I III I'l'H' MI 1 H I I I M I III t I IIII I I M H"!

need. It is not well to imagine that

? Jesus demonstrated the divine power L FOR SALE
Thinking About Building to heal only f o r.a select numberor

... for a limited period of time,
since to all mankind and in every New'Bedroom, 2-Bath Homes
Call hour, divine Love supplies all gcod"Science
For Free Estimates
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( and Health p. 494). Immediate Occupancy .

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WILEY TILLIS: .",. i j. '. Cracker Spooner Here ROYAL PALM MANORPhone


I For Half A CenturyMrs. 7712 Blanton '& Unwin '
General Building Contractor -:- :\
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;.Box 54 PAHOKEE. : .Ph. 7127 honored her husband with a "hon :: I J, I. I I J I I J.I- : J II I -t I II I J'. II. I..II,: 11 I I I I I 1 1 I I I I I 1 1 I 1 +
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Saiurdgy1night! : :' J
Club. Assisting Mrs. Spooner*were .
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Mesdames.Ruth Dobrow,.James W

Vann, Claud Morgan, Lewis Friend,

Monday Cattle Sales Rupert Mock Gorden Hillier, Ken-
neth Hitchcock, Joe Hatton, Jr.,
WANTEDORANGE
R. R. Long, W. D. Howard, and
Are regularly held at the, Glades Livestock Market ,I Melvin Spooner.

which is owned and operated by more than 120 The occasion was in honor of his

50th birthday anniversary. The I
Florida Cattlemen. PICKERSHOUSING
theme was carried out in the large

I You'll enjoy the-excellent service you receive here birthday cake decorations. Mrs.

at this:Market.We make an effort at all times.to give Jimmy Wilson and Mrs. Sam Mc-::
Kinstry, Jr., served at the '
reception AVAILABLE FOR ;
an outstanding service' ,to buyer, and- seller.r Give us table and Mrs. Perry Duke.
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trial. _; presided,at 'the guest book. Cake
: SINGLE MALESr.... -
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served through-out,the evening. f

SALES=EVERY .MONDAY AT 1 p. m. The real surprise of the eveningwas 11II111111111111
an out of town visitor, Ottis

Vinson of Ft. Walton,Beach, former -

.. :' ,resident' 'of Pahokee,,high school; l

' Glades Livestock Market class-mate, also college or'the class-mate' ,Bessemer Properties
and real close friend 'guestof

ASSOCIATION honor,.whom, 'J&e, "hadp'.t Been fore
r Jet aaJ ti ,1
the past twenty-five years. Pahokee Phone 5841
lokee-Belle Glade
Road
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.....apt. The Everglade* News,!Caaal-Point, Jft rich. Friday December 8, 1961

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ATTENDWEDDINGMr. '
PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL
' N and Mrs. Wiley Tails Mr.

;, ,,; Honor Roll, All "A" and Mrs. Frank Tillis and sons,
" Frankie and of Pa- '
SECOND SIX WEEKS George Tommy

. .,. hokee, were weekend guests of Mr.
12th Grade, Rebecca J.1a"Ckey.11th (
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i.:' and:Mrs. Lawrence Jaudon of Wau- \
1. TLY Grade Linda Woofter. chula They Went to attend the |
10th Grade Dianne Hollon. '
:f ;4a: wedding of Roger Jaudon which I j
and Jann Plumer.
Wayne Hundley
r took place in the First Baptist
' '. 9th Grade, Faye Elliott Fred
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Church of Wauchula. Little Tom- II
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; 1 McKee and Willola Tyson.,
II BONORABLEl\-IENTION my Tillis was ring bearer the ,
ceremony was performed by Rev.
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,, Carl Moberg, former pastor of the
',f 12th Grade: Robert Boe, Paula
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., First Baptist Church of Pabokee.:
Collier Janette Harrington, John
now living in Miami.CELEBRATES .
Hundley, Bonnilu Lair, Linda -. ..

';, .. : ::: Livingston, JoAnn McKinstry Sue BIRTHDAYMr.
Sheridan Evelyn Stacy, Gloria
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:Ii and Mrs. Elmer Maxson, ac-
Strayer Yvonne Thompson and
c2'i companied by her brother and family
Katherine Young.
4\o Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Parker
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11th Grade: Wayne Boynton,
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; and daughters Gail and Betty'Mil-
v Faye Butler, Iva Hand Bobby Kennedy .
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.4 Robert Ernest Pitt.
Lampi,
4 : day with their father Ben C. Parker -
;. man Connie Singletary, Willadene
... in Ft Myers. While there they
Todd, Peggy Turner, Jimmie Van-:
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helped seventythird -
ql4 4Lj degrift Michael Watkins, Velma -
'J ; 4i anniversary.
: Williams, and Amy Young. -5-S.
10th Grade: Tommy Brock, Wil-

ma Cooper, Dorothy Lair, Ernes
tine Maxwell, John Mills Walter

Parker, Charles Pell, Linda Sheffield -
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J! Ji Young.9th, Hazel. Sheppard, and Walter o au A it y-

P$ Grade: Brenda Alderman

Melvin Geer Sharon Johnson, Ron-
THE TAXES PAID DIRECTLY BY
ald Lairsey, Linda Reid and Larry FLORIDA'S VISITORS LAST YEAR

Wright. APPROXIMATED 8O.OOQOOO! it47
8th Grade: Franklin Branch. -
t y ; : ; c Tamara Branch Ted Butler Glen-

da Crews, Larry Harris, Tommy

McElhenny Keith Padgett John EeT7ilEM

Pell, :Michael Sanders Calvin <

: Spooner, and Warren Stamp.

7th Grade: Judith Andrews, Tim-
: : : othy Gillis,Melinda Graham Randy Wr1 l 1

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M.d Mills, Allen Ogle, GOVERNOR'S nOftlOA TOURISM
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Seniors Name 61-62 PAHOKEE 1961-62 BASKETBALL HIGH SCHOOL Astronauts May Use I THEATRE

SCHEDULEDec. Shark Reppellers: iL!

SuperlativesThe )'

7 Clewiston Home I :MIAMI-U. S. astronauts ma i' PRINCE, LAKE DRIVE-IN

Dec, 12 Lake Worth Away go into space armed with electronic -

senior class of the Pab?kee Dec. 15 Stuart Home shark repellers. While they don't ,Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
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High School ,have elected their Dec. 19 -Forest Hill Away expect to meet sharks the moon, -

"Superlatives" for the 19S1' and Jan. 5 Jupiter Home they don't like to be'bit if they hap- .- 2 BIG FEATURES -

1962 school year. Jan. 9 '- Seacrest Away pen to get dunked in the ocean SUNDAY-MONDAY -TUESDAV
Best Looking-Vicki Alley and Jan. 12 Belle Glade Home when they return to earth. SUNDAYMONDAYTTJESDAYDECEMBER DECEMBER 10-11-12

Johnny Russom; Best Dressed-, Jan. 16 Riviera Beach Away Tests for a ,new shark repeller 10-11-12
JoAnne McKinstry and Bill Johnson Jan. 19 ..,... Fort Pierce* Away which stops sharks as'though they I "THE MARRIAGE

;; Most Dignified .- Katherine Jan. 23 -'Moore Haven Home had run into,a wall, were made in 1 I Voyage To The GO-ROUND" \,

Young and James Batchelor; Cutest Jan. 26 Clewiston Away I the shark channel of the Miami Bottom Of The Sea" SUSAN HAYWARD, ANDJAMES
Paula Collier and Jimmy Jan. 30 -,Lake Worth Home Seaquarium recently for the ben- MASON
JfcElhenny; Most Service to the Feb. 2 Stuart Away efit of representatives of the Na- WALTER PIDGEON, JOAN

Class-Janette Harrington Don Feb. 6 Forest Hill Home I tional Aeronautics and Space Administration -' FONTAI E. I BARBARA EDEN -ALSO-

. Kelley; Best Personality Betty Feb. 10-Moore Haven Away the Navy Air Force, AND PETER 'ILORRE "The Canadians"
'J I Johnson and Robert Boe; Best AllAround Feb. 13 Seacrest Home the British admiralty the governments -

Yvonne Thompson and Feb. 16 Belle Glade Away of Australia and South .11111111111111.1111111111 I III1I1111 1 t 1111111I1

:. John Hundleys Febj 17 Jupiter Away Africa and the American Institute

Most Athletic-Sue Miller and Feb.20-Riviera Beach Home of Biological Science.
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.. John Hundley; Best Dancers-Alice I Feb. 23 Fort Pierce HomeS The instrument was invented by

t. 'Hurt and James Bryant; Friendliest Afternoon,GamesOrange John Hicks of Miami. It will makea I

Becky Mackey and Bucky shark stand on his tail to getaway I
:' Sanders; Biggest Flirt-Alice Hurt and a turtle climb a Wall to' .

, ,and Bill Johnson; Most Likely to escape the electronic rays. But a i

')1' sUcceed-Janette Harrington and Bowl Gets human being holding the unit in COMING TOGLAD

,t\ Robert Boe; Most Talented-Sue the water feels nothing.The .

Brower and Billy Maxson; Most Excellent Game repeller will be manufactured '

Studious Katherine Young and in several different sizes. Astro- THE ES .
Billy Maxson; Most Popular nauts will,carry'one the size of & f

Yvonne Thompson and Johnny MIAMI-Miami's grange Bowlclassic pack of cigarettes, if NASA' approves rAnd

Russom; Wittiest-Evelyn. Stacy has attracted( what could the tests. Larger units for ,Glades Folks are Joyfully,Contemplating; Families
and Joey Ezzellf; Class Pets-Penny I swimmers resemble a plastic pipe '
l : be the best game in the country Coming Home for Christmas. That NEW HOME_will make
', McKinstry and Hugh Redd;, Class 14 inches long'and still larger
.., Pests-Willie Carson, Adams and .New Yearns: Day for the 'second I units can protect a life raft full of their stay 80 much.more "enJoyable, !

' Tommy. Tucker. .' ,:- .straight? :rear:: folks,'plus people hanging onto the ',- ,.'

fir." . .. Lquisi8.Jla.State.;. No. 3 and Cplo raft. W PLANS FOR NEW SOME ARE IN YOUR FUTURE

: SS1NJURED IN FALL redo' No. 6. both" once-beaten, ''Wiltbattle R&mER HOME FINANCING IS EASJER.7HAN YOU

- Early Friday morning T. ;JW. before 'an expected SRO I TIDNK!

; Mills. field .foreman for the U. S. crowd,and millions via ABC National -

": ,Sugar Corporation at Bryant, was I TV. Home Financing Our Specialty

injured in a fall from a moving Last January, Missouri (9-1) .
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, truck and was carried to the Everglades edged NaVy; (9-1), 21-14 despitethe .,
YOU'CAN OWN THAT HOME, YOU'VE DREAMED OF,
., Memorial Hospital, where valiant ,efforts of All-Every-:
,!" .. he remained over the weekend for thing Joe Bellino before 72,000 Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lombard of NOW! Don't deny yourself and your family the joys of home

"'* ;treatments observations' returning fans including a former' Harvard Miami announce the arrival of a ownership any longer- see Us about a home financing plan
'b, home Monday. Paul the player named John F. Kennedy five pound and three ounce baby '
to tit needs and budget!
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: young son of the T. W. Mills was now residing in the White House. girl, December 4, in the Mercy your
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i, / confined: to his bed from Wednesday / The' 'Tigers winner over TexasA Hospital Miami.: (Bonnie Miller).

., ." through Sunday with a chest & M. 19-14 in the 1944, Orange Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller of Canal .
2 ;; cold; ,.'was able to return TO school Bowl Game, will attempt to "improve Point. are the maternal grandparents LET YOUR SAVINGS EARN 41/4%

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0-S. 2-5-1 having played in six Sugar also of Canal Point are the ma- ,

i. ,RETURNS TO IOWA and one Cotton bowl contest in'addition ternal great-grandparents. Dr..and
to'the OB battle. Mrs. L. E. Lombard of Miami are
:; Dr. A. L. Sundberg left Canal Colorado outlasted demson. the paternal grandparents. Everglades Federal

i Point Thursday for his home in Des 27-21, in the 1957 Orange Bowl en- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Djuglaa of

i," ', ,Moines, Iowa following a visit with counter to even its.Bowl record at Pahokee announce the bir w of a SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION

h:" Ms brother-in-law 'and'sister, Mr. 1It lost to Rice, 28-14. in the daughter, "Melissa Anne born De-
and Mrs. F. M. Wilson of Canal 1938 Cotton Bowl battle. cember '1, in the' Everglades Me- SAvma lna"..., W.TO0'- BY a AL &l.VDI08

r -, Point. Enroute home he plans to Coach Paul Dietzel cans the cur- I:or1ai Hoap tal. AIm IRAN DfIJ1:7BAJfCII: OOIIPOBATIOK

.- 'spend this weekend in Troy.,Ohio, rent LSU squad the finest,he's had Y L w. ATZ.: ... 8BIZ.B GUBII PO R wr $4K7.5

viSiting: his nephew and family).[ and that includes the, 1958 National -I w.';_ /DB.
r and Mrs. Dennis Wilson and rei .Championship Club. PAT'aI. -I.
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