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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 22, 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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22, 1961 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



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Is ChangedPahokeeMethodist! Tripp Alderman Contract Let For Elks Turkey Shoot On Osceola Grinding

Home For Sat.
I HolidaysTripp Thurs., Friday, ,

Church Expansion AtNewSugarMillSugar
Alderman, who is attend- The Elks Club in Pahokee is
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ing special school in ,Virginia for, sponsoring a turkey shoot on -

Rev. T. C. O'Steen of the First the handicapped ,will spend Christ- The First Baptist Church of Pa Thursday, Friday and Saturday of Cane grinding has startedat

Methodist church in Pahokee an- mas with his parents Mr. and Mrs. hokee voted recently to let the con- this week. The group has some fine the recently constructed F
'sugar
nounces a change in the hour for L. G. Alderman in Pahokee. Tripp tract for their educaitonal addition turkeys to be given as prizes. If .

presentation of the "Christmas Joy will arrive in Jacksonville and WH and the heating and air conditioning I you want one, drop by the Elks mill on Osceola Farms, Inc., five

Candlelighting Service" to the be met there by Johnny Smith, of the sanctuary. Lake Shore. grounds today or tomorrow and miles east of Canal Point. The mill

Vesper Hour, 5:30: p. m., Dec. 24. who is a student in Gainesville r I I Appliance of Belle Glade will: do make an effort to win one. is located amid 4,000 acres of new-

This service will portray the the University of Florida. Johr I I the heating and air-conditioning. ly planted cane on the land which
Christmas theme "From Love to will accompany Tripp to West Palm Blanton and Unwin of Pahokee will that
organization purchased from
Decorations
Joy to Light," expressing the true Beach on the plane where he will construct the new addition. Were Alex Ramey.

deep meaning of Christ's comingas be met and brought to Pahokee for The new education unit will
The mill is not expected to gain
the Saviour of the world. The Christmas. house the nursery with four rooms; On ClubsThe
Display its 2,000-ton
By
.. ... daily capacity, according -
Vesper Choir, directed by Mrs. R. the music department with a rehearsal to officials, until after the

L. Hatton, will provide appropriate room, office, music supply "shake-down" run which will allow
music, Dr. R. L. Hatton will lead Vesper Service I I room, and robe room. On the second Woman's Club building was adjustments and regulation of the

the congregational singing of floor there will be a young people'sdepartment the setting Friday afternoon and operation, as in any newly con

Christmas songs, and a,representative By Local Baptists with three class rooms, night of one of the most outstand- structed fabricating plant.

of the Children's, Youth, and and a young married people's department ing Christmas decoration displaysin Plans are in the making for

Adult Divisions of the Sunday with two class rooms., the history of Pahokee. The Osceola to grind approximately

School will each read portions of The Canal Point Baptist Church Construction is expected to be- Woman's Club, the Garden Club 10,000 acres of cane for the next

-. -the> Scripture story. r plans toxhaveak.. '"Vesper Service gin the,.first,of the_ year and the Sod Busters Club ;all of cane year'of'6263.The'mill .
The Christmas the MMHMMMHMM 4fW *nIMnMllallitf9?!& Jt-e. *their-talents-for-a ,[
by Pahokeejoined
message Sunday afternoon 4 to 4:45 p. m. : is the former Vermilion
pastor will consist only of lessons One feature of the program will be Sadie's Flower Shop very impressive 'show. plant .from Louisiana with additions -
drawn from the lighting of candles, There total of 184
a special Song by an out-of-town were a displaysin and improvements made after -
all from the Has New Phone No. the exhibited
light originating singer. building, some on its erection at Canal Point.
Christ candle. Twelve officials of The Pastor, Charles D., Stewart red, some on green and some on I (NOTE to Bob Lanier of Belle

the church representing the apostles will be in charge of the Vesper Sadie's Flower Shop in Pahokeehas white tablecloths. The walls rang- Glade! The Osceola Farms mill is

each taking his light from the services, and invites all who will a new phone number7643.Mrs. ed from sleighs made of turkey located five miles east of Canal
Christ Candle, will distribute the come to share this brief period of breast bone to elegant Madonnas,
Barwick,'operator of the pop- Point and folks will recognize its
light to each person present, who i Worship of Christ, our Saviour. ular flower shop is anxious that her and included several Christmas location better and easier that way
will then, lead by the pastor, sym- i--- .- trees; as well as an epergne madeof
patrons know her new phone num- instead of 10 miles north of Belle
out to offer to prisms. In addition, there
bolically move light were
Wayne Sears attending. the Uni- ber. Glade. Another new mill will be
the entire worldd. hand made and holly,
poinsettias
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versity of Mississippi, Oxford, -a. opened next fall at Bryant and
To avoid conflict with other beautifully decorated kissing balls
Miss., arrived in Canal Point last Miss Kaye Hughes of Orlandowas for your future information Bry-
services in the and of Christmas
church communityso a large display
weekend to spend the holidays with the weekend guest of her par- ant is one-half mile east of Canal
that the ceramics.
entire
might
public his parents, Mr. and Mrs Pope ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hughesin Point. Mr. Lanier is the Belle Glade
share in this beautiful Christmas During the afternoon and even '
Sears: Bryant. reporter for the Palm Beach Post.)
worship, and in order that family ing 197 visitors signed the guest
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groups may be home early with the book, including members from the

little ones, this Vesper hour, 5:30 Okeechobee and Belle Glade Garden Local Lions Give

p. m., has been selected. This will Clubs.
make a wonderful Prelude to Mrs. Jess Elliott, who was Gen- Cash To HelpersThe

Christmas, marking the end of all r eral Chairman of the show, wishes I

feverish preparation for the gldr- ; to, express her thanks to the com local Lions Club members

ious Christmas day.rBoy&Ranch r1Mf mJ / I mittee, to everyone who helped ,presented Mrs. J. H. Kinard and
make the show such a wonderful Mrs. Levins each with a turkey for
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'' success, including the general pub- their Christmas Dinner, in appreciation
c t To HaveChristmas lic for attending.. of their services in prepar-

{ Party Others serving'Avith Mrs. Elliott ing the dinners for the club meet-
_, were Mrs. Jeanne Stringari, Mrs. ings. They also presented Miss

-% Helen Hillier, "Mrs. Martha ,McIntosh Erma, Kinard:'.a cash.gift for her
LIVE OAKA kingstiedr.
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l1rj st ,Mrs. Donna Plummer, Mrs, services in. playing the piano during -
.. Christmas party was held at the
Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch'when il' Arnette Major Mrs. Gethie Friend their weekly meetings. These

some 2,000 people were on hand. 1 Mrs. Louise Stanley, Mrs. Betty gifts were given at their Monday
Hatton, Mrs. Barbara. Wilder and night meeting with the presidnt,
The combi- '
party was actually a .
.t Mrs. Frank Friend. J. G. Weeks presiding.It .
nation of two parties. The Order of +
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the Amaranth sponsored a partyof : :, ::.:fi.iGreetings" ;
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the 45 youngsters with 47 Vesper Service For I meetings
)Ill since they fall on Christmas and
courts in the state aiding the pro-
To Our Friends! Pahokee Baptists New Years day and the next meet-

ject.The ing will be held January 8,1962.
Florida Sheriffs Associationalso
The Vesper Service of the First
held its annual party at the Baptist Church of Pahokee will be -- .
Here at The,Everglades News we have been thinking
ranch at the same time. In addi- at 5:00 m. on Sunday, December24th. '
p. Mr. White Called To
tion, the general public was invitedto about a specially prepared Greeting to our friends and cus- The program will be a song

attend if they brought their tomers as you observe the greatest of all Holidays. On the service and Visual presentation en Kentucky By Death

own boxed lunches.All menu are our very best wishes for each of you.May Christ- titled "Glory In The Highest". The -

in all, It was a good start on mas be one of true happiness for you and those about you. regular services on Sunday morn- W. W. White, Canal Point School

the holiday season for the boys at You have been liberal with your patronage and friendshipsand ing will be conducted. Principal was called Sunday to

the ranch. we are truly grateful. :Merry Christmas! ... Marion Ky., by the death of his t
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CHRISTMAS PROGRAM brother-1n-1aw. Guthrie Parris. Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bailey, THE EVERGLADES NEWS The First Missionary Baptist Parris was killed early Sunday

daughter, Linda, and son Gary of Paul Rardin, Owner-Publisher Church of Canal Point held their I morning in an automobile accident,

Dunellen were the weekend gustsof For :More Than A Quarter of A Centuryfaaix Christmas Program Wednesday at and his wife who was with him, is

his brother-in-law and sister. 7:30 p. m. in the Church with Mrs. in serious condition. Enroute, Mr.

Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mills and son Betty Woods in charge.of arrange. White was Joined in Sanford by bid
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I MERRY: CHRISTMAS The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday, December 22, ..alt


:.t Miss'Betty Gillis To 1 1I _T

Wed Saany YoungMiss
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wedding- plans for her tenth
coming marriage to Remer Edgar
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I The wedding will be December
28, 1961, at 5 o'clock in the after-
4 4I noon at the Northwood Baptist
Church, West Palm Beach, with I
The Rev. Hal Hunter officiating.,
I Miss Gillis has chosen as her maid 1
I of honor, and only attendant, Miss'
; The Rardin Building: In Canal Point, Florida I Olga Sheffield. Remer :Young will
serve as his son's best man.
: THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF Betty Ray Is the daughter of Mr. +

and Mrs. F. G. Gillis of Pahokee.She ., i
THE EVERGLADES NEWS is-a 1961 graduate of Pahokee ;
Hith School and is now associated 't4Arr i
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Serving the Lake Okeechdbee forming Region Without with-the Credit Bureau of Pahokee

\ Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Yean and Palm Beach County.

I Established,March 11, 1924 '- Published Every Friday Sonny is the son of Mrs. Mertice

Subscription! ,Price '$2.00 Year In Advance Galbadon, Palatka, and Remer ,
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; I Young of Pahokee. He is presently
r The lvel glaaea News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn employed at the Prince Theatre. :

tenth Point, Florida, aa Second Class Matter I, Sonny attended Pahokee High
School and Palm Beach Junior
Paul 1trdin Owner, Editor, Publisher College.The 3 and a HappyProsperous
to make their
couple plan
home at 2197 Bacom Point Road, New Year
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Pahokee, until Sonny enters the
Army in January 1962.Personal .,
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Mrs. Faye Stewart Belle Glade, -
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with family and friends.
I. Miss Faith Sasser is home for the
holidays. Faith is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sasser, Pahokee.
She is attending' Stetson Univer- I SrTUART'SFARM -

sity, Deland.
I Among? those home and visiting 1i SERVICE

-_ .. with their parents for the holidays '
:. I _TJ are: Misses Becky Barwick, Brenda 1 ?
Kay Unwin, Alice Joyce Spencer i
and Kathy Wilson, all of whom 1 Phone 577 Canal Point
are students at Jones Business Col-
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lege, Orlando.
Richard Keen, son of Mr. and 1
Mrs. Manning Keen, arrived home i
Friday, from Howey Academy i
CHRISTMAS IN THE CITY A glistening tree. dim figuresin Howey In The Hills, Florida, to
the night, and the shadowy background of tall buildings-add spend the Holidays with his family. I I j&yS5ff yfB!
to these the'glittering sparkle of and then
snow you'll know that
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Capt. and Mrs. A. W. Schell and .
Christmas has come to the city. ----- -------- -
1 Connie of Cape Canaveral will bo
I the guests of Mrs. Schell's parents, -
iaglSSft 1"I I Mr. and Mrs.J. T. Platt of Pahokee

t over the Christmas holidays.
Little Tommy Tillis of Pahokeehas
returned to his home after be- t-.., .
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<,;.. .J /, morial Hospital for several days.
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'-- I I -_ 'Ettzu Robert. Lucas of Ft. Lee, Virginia
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her home after undergoing surg- I

; : brj I ery Hospital.Mrs.in the. Everglades Memorial _1 ;' i

Ida Butler reutrned home "-
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_. .I II IWe're -- ._'.. .:t-.'.'" Marys Hospital in West Palm
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Mr .and Mrs. J. C. Harris of Pa-
hokee are visiting their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Brackin of
Eagle Lake and Mr: and Mrs. I.'C.

firingyousprightly smrs a Harris ofDundee during the'Christ-
mas holidays.
Miss Elinor Brackin of Pahokeewin A+ ilia...wf&.f.In.ho11daTto..oa. ,

4 happy be the guest of her parents, Mr. .
and Mrs. Loyd Brackin of Eagle
time hisYuletide Lake over the Christmas holidays. N
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Guests At, Barbecue
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Mrs. J. P. Parker and Mrs. Boyd
Vorhees entertained Thursday at
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Canal Point with rib barbecue, hon-
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L' r- oring the members of their Sunday
School Classes of the Canal Point j

'.' Methodist Church. ,
> BOE'S Following the.supper they went

.. ., '. over to'the'Church and decoratedthe
Christmas tree for their ChurchChristmas
Phone 511 Paholcee, : program. '
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: ,. 'Mrs. 'Wiley. Tillis, Frank Tints

h : MATHISBOEBelle .. :: : and'his three sons, Frank Jr., Geo- Hauling Contractors CanalPointL
1 rge and Tommy all Pahokee en

; .. ;. Joyed a,picnic lunch: last Saturday .
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_i ; 550 Glade F at Highland State Park. After' ,
1/ > r:1- .. ; lunch they drove over to Wauchulafor -
:; < a visit with Mr.and Mrs. Law-
renee tfa dea-bfere'returning-, ". '.-., ... -. ;
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I .Christmas Party Mrs. Wm. Dubose of Pahokee Mrs. R. S. Douthit of Pahokee. "

t left Wednesday to join her husbandin left Thursday for a Christmas visit

Pahokee Teachers Jacksonville for Christmas visit with her parents in Ochlochnee,II

'I with relatives in Goodwater,.Ala. Ga.
The Annual Christmas Party for I II TURKEY.
( j I the Pahokee Teachers was held at __ ---I
$ the home of Mrs. A. R., Chastain in
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I Canal Point.with Mrs. Mae: Laflin, 'I
1| Mrs. Robert Shelley and Mrs. Robert -
J Zimmerman as hostesses. '
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Christmas spirit prevailedthrough 'I

J the house, a miniature .
Christmas tree graced the refreshment i SHOOT
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table with sprigs of real holly:
" with berries encircled the punch .
I' REPEAT TIESetMBIMfi
I bowl. The mantle was decorated Ii

r, with arrangements of gold, green. ._ CE1 ISTMAS AT THE
and red colors.Refreshments. MY
'J. of party cakes tenI'
sandwiches, fruit cake, punch, coffee i THIS CHilSTMAS.
mintS and nuts were served by .
I' the hostesses, and desk sets were Pahokee Elks ClubiHMHHHHHSH

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Christian Science :

Group Of Canal PointThe 11 Glades Livestock Market THREE DAYS'THURSDAY .

birth of Christ Jesus, and FRIDAY -"SATURDAY

other highlights from his'history as I I ASSOCIATIONOn
recorded in the four Gospels, will Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
k form the background of the Les- December 21 22 23
son-Sermon at Christian Science ; Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager ,

,church services Sunday.
Keynoting the Lesson-Sermon M _
entitled "Christ Jesus" is the Golden -
Text from John (12)): "I am I -
come a light into the world, that'

whosoever believeth on me should '
not abide in darkness."
Scriptural readings include this I
passage regarding the wise men
(Matt. 2): "When they saw the
star, they rejoiced with exceeding

come great into joy. the And house when, they they saw were the I ,--":'." '. ;,"r t .. ;-:....-'.:'".,". ." "' .". "J'..',:;,'_'- -r'_ ;. ,","-, .': '"
with his mother, I;. .
child
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young and fell down, and worshipped him: I :, @ .,'"1,._'{'-. -,::" .. I IF
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treasures, they presented unto him '':', -::"fS' .' "? .

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Baker Eddy this citation will be ::
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star amid the darkness, the Magi i -, 4
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of old foretold the :Messiahship of : :, .
Truth.Is the wise man of today believed
when he beholds the light
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that sales tax collections for No- "; .
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apparent acceleration of the state's '
ecenomy will continue. .- ':'
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Meanwhile the Industrial Com- ''f' c,1:>..',,: ",:.\ : .. _-_, -
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Florida gained momentum in 1r ..." 4 1
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October and November while the ; f.;" !> )- n ,
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number of Florida jobless dropped _. ''';,'
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The hassle over Gov. Farris Bry- *_-. .. : .: : '.

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continued unabated. An engineering :

company-executive said'recent- :'. ,Y

lye, would sue ,thre ;foes:t>f the' 1:... _. ', :f'. r.{."t' >k'
program for delaying the project.
i ryant announced in the meantime .
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he would jise a secret weapon' ... : -.I ,, ,.. :r, ,"'-". .. >:'::..? '...t1' ,_!' ,
to put a stop delaying actions If -- .r .. OV".fl< S I 1ti
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Simonson all students from Florida I -' fr
Southern College at Lakeland'' i : :: : ;
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rived Saturday in Pahokee and are I % JOY .
spending the Christmas Holidayswith .4 ,C",'
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Mrs. T. W Mills and son Paul ,,-
left. Sunday for Baton Rouge. La..,
to see her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. '
J.Nichols. Her father has been serIously I '
,: ill for the past month and : Bank Pahokee s L
of ;
_last weekend she was called to hisbedside. I :
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members of the Canal:Toint ,"
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School Class were entertained .
"*Thursday with a spaghetti supper

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MERRY CHRISTMAS The Everglades News, Canal Point,.Florida Friday, December 22-,, 1961 -
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son Jimmy have made plans to
I PERSONAL HEWS NOTES spend the Christmas Holiday week-
: end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. flkTis
A. H. Scruggs and her brother.
t..I u Horace, In Canal, Point. They will mas .
Airman 3-C Joe Parker of Nor Mrs. Don Kepp of Canal Point, also visit his parents, Mayor and
folk, Va., is spending the Christ Mrs. Sadie Barwick, :Mrs. Rupert Mrs. Duncan Padgett in Pahokee.
mas Holidays with his parents,Mr. Mock and :Mrs. Sam McKinstry all
and Mrs. J. P. Parker and ,brother of Pahokee were Sunday visitorsof ,-Mrs. Gary Sanders of Pahokee
Ricky in Canal Point. their father, J. C. Cochran ir aft Thursday for a visit with her
the hospital at Naranja. daughter, Mrs. ;James C. Foster in '
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bordenais of '
San Diego,and her son Marvin Wilson
South Bend, Ind., arrived in Paho- Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain returned in Los Angles, California.
kee,Sunday and are the guests of last Friday to their home in -
her parents,Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Pine Park, Ga., following a visit Wallace Mole of Florida Chris- l
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Carpenter. Mr.Bordenais is attending with frinds and relatives in Canal tian College Tampa, is spendingthe
;the Graduate School at Notre Point, Pahokee and Coral Gables. Christmas vacation with his .
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Dame. Ga.,! parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Molein i
William Jones, of Griffin,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spangler and was the house guest this week of' Pahokee. +

children Miss Peggy Turner and his sister-in-law, Mrs. C. B. Jones Mrs. C. W. Connally returned 1 pg
Little"Joe are driving Saturday to and his nephew A. W. Jones in Thursday of last week to her home .
Charleston, S. .., .
C. to spend the Canal Point. in Coral Gables, after a visit.herewith .4. WE
Christmas HOPE THE SEASON
Holidays with his
parents
her daughters and their fam ,
,,' Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux of :
/ to ilies, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastainand i HOLDS A TRAINLOAD OF
Canal Point have made plans
Reppard Cowart of Pahokee was .Mr. and Mrs. Ray Singletary.Mr. i '.' HAPPINESS FOR YOU.
taken,seriously ill ""Saturday night spend Christmas in Ft. Lauderdale :
jand was taken to the local hospital I as guests of Mr. and Mrs. William .and Mrs.William Hobson and i
for examinations children of Canal Point are spend
and' treatments. I Van Gammert. 1!
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relatives in Tuscaloosa and Butler, 1

Ala. t\I Chief Leon Guthrie and.His Force

Thinking About Building Mr. and Mrs. Ted Echols and son !
Russell of Melbourne were the .I Pahoke, Florida
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boro, Georgia. Mrs. B. C. Sims rep .
resented her daughter. After the

guests arrived at the party a call .. 1LYeuiREoN
was placed to Mrs. Deal and each )
guest spoke with her.
g Delightful refreshments were
t served from a table covered with
a green linen cloth, edged with holly OUR CHRISTMAS I

and holly berries. A beautiful .A ,4 LIST. SO
angel was used as the center piece, ,
with tapers in white milk glass CMR'cTit4Jrl '
holders on either side. Christmas -

decorations were used throughout
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20 guests were invited. and 1
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THANK YOUI Happy New Year I

wish to thank my many friends

.for their kindnesses during the .,
time I was in the hospital. I shall t .
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letters and words of encouragement
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Phone 593 Pahokee Pahokee Belle'Glade I
Miss Barbara Gay, former Pa -
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Jones Business College, Orlando,is
the guest this week of Miss Betty I

Ray Gillis. Miss Gay plans to join I ityssjisg&yi&A >> i1T.
her mother in a few days for a
trip to Maryland, where they will I

spend the Holidays. J '. .
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:Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Wilson of
Canal Point are expecting their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Don Adams and little daughter -I Christmas
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Christmas Holidays. The Adams I .

Family will also visit, his parents, .',
:Mr. and Mrs W. J. Adams and

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as an air policeman. He recently We send our -
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Let us enjoy together the
basic military training at Lackland butenclwing
AFB, Tex.Airman Davis is a grad simple
blessed cheer and good I uate of Pahokee High School.

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will of Christmas \

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birth of a daughter,Joy Lynn,born
December 13,in the Everglades Me-
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and Mrs. Lonnie William HULL PACKING
JACK SPENCER'S''MARK.EJ Crayton of Canal Point have named -
I their baby son, Willy Gene. He I
t was born December 16, in the Pa COMPANYPhone
hokee Hospital.Mr. -'.
and :Mrs. Kenneth G. Gardner I
of Canal Point are the proud 685-Pahokee, Fla.
Pahokee, Florida parnets of a son, James Marvin,
born December 15, in the Ever-
glades Memorial Hospital.Mr. .
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Belle Glade announce the birth of a
son'born December 17, in the Paho
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predation our friends and lov-
1 ed ones for their prayers lovely
flowers and cards, and the many
acts of kindness extended to us

and to our family during our'recent ', ..', ...
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staff of Everglades Memorial Hos-
pital and 'Dr. William T. Gist for
their excellent care. May God bless
I each of you.
Sincerely,
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Echols

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Patients remaining in the Ever-
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Clifford Anderson, Ft. Dyers; and
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I : .good wishes Mrs.W.S.,Evans of Port Mayacais )-q maUk Ie '-
s*"ding the Christmas Holi- .. :
da". ',and Jthe New Year with her t9J ;: 5 s"1 'I
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from St. Marys Hospital, where
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;Fort Worth Texas are spendingthe y
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daughter Lisa of Cocoa are'spending -
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Gamble of Pahokee and Mr. and of
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Miss Melbalene! _Holly of Canal
Point became' the bride of Clyde
Gary Ely of Belle Glade Saturday,
December 16, at 7:30 p. m. Raw.
Rubin Barfield officiated in the
quiet wedding ceremony in the living -
room of his home, in the pres-
ence of their families and close

friends. .
The bride'was lovely in a street /

length white wedding: dress. with
white accessories. !
Following a short honeymoontrip ;
the couple are at home in
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.and Mrs. Robert Shelley and
daughter Lisa of Canal Point left
Thursday for Saltville, Va., to
spend the Christmas Holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Board wine.
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and Mrs. Allen Rust and
children, Peter, Melissa, David,
Timothy and Amy of McLean, Va., t!
arrived in Canal Pointlast weekendto
. spend Christmas Holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. FrankH.
O'Connell. This will be Mrs.
4da& I Rust's (former Ann O'Connell) .

first visit home for Christmas in : -..;-, '
eleven years.THANKS .
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for the news contributions they I
have shared with me this past year ?! : VANDEGRIFT-
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mas and a Happy New Year.

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WISH FOR ALL MEN of faces glowing with the grow old!
Christmas spirit, Santa with his
>F GOOD WILL. 4 'iT' laughing eyes and hearty chuckle, '! Merry Christmas" jj
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and an endless journey of being 5
pushed and pulled through a hot,
noisy place-that's a child'seyeview .
of the holidays.If :0('
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your children. If they shop with
you, it's best to take them imme-
diately after a rest and not stay

EVERG"LADESGROWE'RS too Preschool long. children often don't c GLADES EQUIPMENT

understand Santa Claus. Take I
them to see him if they want to go.
Forcing them to sit 'on his lap 1 COMPANY.Phone
often makes them cry and leaves
unpleasant memories because they 1g
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were frightened. 595 Pahokee
Children often receive so many .,
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"* Pahokee, Florida can't decide which one to play
with first. After they open the
gifts, put some away for a rainy
day. See which they'd like to save

for later. .
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1 : Christmastide had other mean-
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Mistletoe, as one story goes,
once was a full grown tree. Then 1\\J':_
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LJ1I a O on which Christ was crucified.
C. Since then it has retrogressedto
its present state as a parasite,
a plant which grows on other
trees.
Ancient Druids worshipped mistletoe .
because it grew on their t /e
sacred oak. At ,the end of every
FOR EVERY
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year a Druid priest would cut
down the mistletoe with a golden 4
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MAY HAPPINESS BE WITH.. YOU EACH- _.' Outdoor DecorationsIf I"

STEP THIS CHRISTMAS SEASON you light an outdoor tree do it ,
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Spruce, firs and pines when not
too large, are ideal for outdoor I
| Yuletide display, but hemlock
yew boxwood and aborvitae are a DONALD B. 'KEPP
little more sensitive to the heat of
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Brokers ....:.. Canal. Point ...-' placed Outdoor so lights they do should not touch always nee-be Florida Vegetables Canal Point.Friday

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ficient. Use only weatherproof
i I trical fixtures designed for outdoor l
use. Check the position of sthe
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only at eventide. Be sure tr turn
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MERRY CHRISTMAS The,Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday, December 22, 1961
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If you know what qualities to I j !
look for when you select your .
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Christmas turkey, you'll be able to .
make a wiser choice. : -.

The market class of turkeys is .-.. -. .: .., aA. +
determined by ages, sex and ten : "
r3t derness of meat. The youngest
f ;; turkeys are fryers and roasters ., Ja
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in weight. The next class .consists
of young hen and young tom >> ,' ,
turkeys under eight months of age.
4LChristrnas These vary in weight from 6 to
25 pounds..And finally there are the
tom and hen turkeys, which include hx { ,wo
YOU MERIT ALL THE birds over eight months of
age varying considerable in -
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Most of the Christmas turkeys 0 -
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tom classification. To be of top ()
HEARTS OF MEN. quality, a bird should have a well- Y stc
::1 developed moderately broad and

'k :.... long breast well fleshed through
its entire length, the flesh carry- >
ing well up to the highest part of -- f .HTPrI
;- the breastbone so that the boneis
-' not prominent Also, the legs .
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Fat covering is one of the most 4<"""'
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of flavor and tenderness.The .- I I .
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with fat over the breast, back hips I .s.. :
and pin bones. In poultry the fat : "
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McCURDY MITCHELL 1 < than dispersed throughout the lean ALFA
flesh as it is in some meats.
Select a bird that is free from
SUPPLY COMPANY t' pin feathers. Ready to cook or
oven-ready turkeys have no p" I
: truding pin feathers., I
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ties because of certain virtues at- *
tributed to them by the ancients.The 1 '
Druids were the first to use
mistletoe which they called "Heal-
all." They believed the plant to
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have great curative powers and
gradually assigned to it all mannerof
magic powers.
Each year, about the same time
that we now celebrate Christmas,
their priests would.have high platt t
forms built around the sacred oak
trees,which in a manner of speak-
ing, were "hosts" to the mistletoe.
Robed in ceremonial vestments
the priests ascended these platforms

We sing His praise this cut away, and the with mistletoe.The golden. SickleS'I' ;

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Yule reason. i:: tier} was they who gave to it the name i

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Merry Christmas be known as a symbol of peace. j .... .
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customary to hang it over entrance I ....(.. -
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Today, ,in both England and
II America, holly and mistletoe .are p
associated with Christmas as invariably .

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Holiday Candles Will

Brighten HouseholdThe

cheerful glow from a candle LcduaIWASr
t'I. makes any Christmas occasion
brighter and candles are inexpen "

sive Just and fun to make. ......,ot.,.:'....::.:.:l.I4.-," : <''- .;- ---i.', :. ,
heat the edges of four cakesof -
commercial paraffin with a

warm iron and form a block. Puta I . t, .. ".1'.... -.
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gether.

.' MR. AND MRS. For a frothy finish, melt paraffin ECHOLS GROCERY
'with, a colored wax crayon and
whip it with an egg beater. Spreadthe
JOHN E. WILSON foamy, colored paraffin on the Mr. and Mrs. Grady Echols
> : Square candle and then stick sequins -
and other bright ornaments And Terry

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I make'round candles,fill small Canal Point, Fla. '.
:tans with melted paraffin. Drop'in ', -:. -:--
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weighted 4 :.
string trick When the -
paraffin is hard enough. to. hold it ,
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Actress Jean Simmons herself .
ineligible to buy U. S. Savings
Bonds still thinks they make
wonderful presents Is shown 9.frl .
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several bonds she purchased for
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her American friends.

:. JOY AND PEACIBE I ,

Our Christmas Replaced r.

1 WITH US'All Early Pagan FestivalsLong

before the birth of Christ,
the Greeks Romans. Saxons and

r f. Scandinavians December festivals.were taking part- in MAY ALL THE JOY OF THE

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a From the Saxons came the cere- EtIlVr SEASON BE WITH, YOU.
mony of burning the Yule log. The
,," ,. Saxons burned great bonfires in
r. honor of their god Thor. From the
.. L Romans came the giving of presents -
for this custom has been
traced to the Roman Saturnalia.It .

HUGH H BRANCHINC. I may seem strange to say that GLADES
I pagan riotousness might be the
I forebear of the Christian holidayof
goodness and love but inter- MERCANTILE
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mingled with that which was objectionable
were things that have
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it was for_the purpose of substituting ,
a Christian festival for pa-
gan ones of Romans and Druids
that celebrations of Christmas in

December were first encouraged ..11'yli iMMll, VMeS! ,<,tmllV8illXSttKI' ; \ .M'W'W; I.M'W4W.Ji; 1Il.1JM! l
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candle this youngster ever discovered -
it will do until some s
future year when maturity will
bring the deeper significance of
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Sending Cards Is \ : ."':
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custom of sending Christ
hristmas
mas cards has grown so popular
through the years that each year
an average of one and one-half bil .
I lion cards are mailed. r r+
it's the season for happiness. **? Some historians suggest that the
JJ idea of sending Christmas cards

.. May each day be filled' with it. from originated home with who school wrote their boys letters away

oh fancy paper- and in,fancy writ-
Ing. -
William Egley sent out a Christ-
mas greeting on, a fancy card in GLADESCHEMICAL
1842 which showed his artistic and
MR. AND ,MRS. engraving talent. The card carried
the message "A Merry Christmas -
and Happy New Year."
MIII.IKEEN In 1846 Henry Cole, a middle COMPANY ,.<
class Englishman sent Christmas -
'card which depicted a Vic-
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board and which carried the
message. "A Merry Christmas and '
a Happy New Year-to You."

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When you start buying presents JOYOUS
v to fill the stockings belonging to

I don't younger overlook children the and versatility relatives of GREETINGS TO J),

books. Good books good !
are a buy
because they can be educational c y ALL OUR
and appealing to children and at g Rg
the same time inexpensive to you. FRIENDS.CITY .
In selecting children's books: be
sure the subject matter is both s Bg
accurate and interesting to the bc
child and his particular age.
Story books for preschool chil-
I ; ., dren should be realistic, with '?..r_
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aw rative. Avoid fantastic stories and
abstract pictures because pre- C Z t i. ; cc V
ti schoolers haven't yet separatedthe V cc
real from the unreal. +
Color books are better for older
tiI. children than for preschool young-
sters. Preschoolers cannot keep in-
I side the lines and may become 6:p, J
?$. aGC discouraged. The lines hamper _4 .
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Information books having large
pictures with details about each ,
picture, are good for preschoolers ,, : 3 .
often giving them ideas for play.
AND A MERRY CHRISTMAS. .. Books are appropriate Christ-
mas gifts, are helpful to children
I and are easy on the pocketbook.
A Full And Complete Service .eta
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For Cars And Trucks Bethlehem Basilica I
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Among Oldest Churches

i .. ":; Dependable Shell Service I Bethlehem The Basilica, constructed of the Nativity more than at

is of the oldest
p 1,620 years ago one
J churches in Christendom.As OF PAHOKEE
: PAUL'S it stands today it representsthe
original building as erected by
Emperor Constantine and restora- Pahokee, Florida
Corner Main St. & Barf field Highway tions and additions made under
[ Justinian.It ._'
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is surrounded by three con- -- : '- '--
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Latin and Armenian. All three
have the privilege of worshiping in I .
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