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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1962
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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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There is doubt in the minds I
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of luncheon those who in Pahokee attended for the the Monday visit- Drainage District Bond Issue Will Cost I Sugar Expansion

ing Sugar Research Marketing
committee, that members of .that Important Part
Average Lot Owner 90 Cents YearlyAn
august body were greatly impressed -
by facts and figures of the Of Group's WorkOne
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Glades sugar industry which were I I
presented for their edification. And election among the freeholders in East of the pumping plant from its present locationnear

the job of ''presenting said facts Beach Water Control District: scheduled to beheld the city garbage dump, to a site just of the most important com-
and' figures was done by a man on Friday January 26, to determine south of the home of H. J. Anderson. The new mittees to visit the Clades in many
who knew from whence they came whether or not the supervisors will be author- plant will be modern and up to date in every a day was the Sugar Research and

and a man-sized Job was done by ized to spend up to $300,000.00 to rehabilitatethe respect and have a pumping capacity of 150- Marketing Advisory Committee of
Editor-Publisher Luther Jones of entire drainage set-up. The drainage dis- 000 gallons per minute discharging _directlyinto the U. S. Department of Agricul-
The Belle Glade Herald. trict includes the City of Pahokee where man- Lake Okeechobee through large culverts ture. In order that leaders may
Editor Jones held the rapt atten- know the importance of that group
ifold problems have presented themselves dur- already installed.The .
tion of the members of the committee of men who visited the Glades on
and a hundred or more visiting ing heavy rains in the past few years. officers of the District feel that this is Monday of this week, herewith Ls !

sugar men while he laid cold facts On the average city lot in Pahokee the increase a very important election and urge everyoneto printed a resume of the functionsof
on the table as they affect the in taxes will amount to 90 cents, ac- work aggressively for success of the pro- the group.
Glades sugar industry. The speaker -, cording to facts and figures produced by gram by casting their ballot January 26, 1962. The Sugar Research and Market (

was liberal with his vivjd :description \'1 engineers. who have.perfected. the*. plan- for., -.. ". The District operates under general drainage ing Advisory Committeeis of !
of the magic muck soil reclamation. Along with the consummation of laws set up by the state legislature and is 'a number of' committees whose

of the Everglades and its potential- the reclamation program will be improved governed by a three man board elected by the members are, appointed,by the Sec- t
ities of sugar production. In no water control for both drainage and irriga- landowners with a meeting held in September retary of Agriculture to advise the
other area, producing sugar for 'lateral of Department of Agriculture with
tion. The entire canal and ditch.system each year.
domestic the respect to specific research and
production can same
will be improved and,, provision will 'be made On the district's board of supervisors are
number of man, hours produce so service programs.The .
for protection against anticipated raised water Roy Vandegrift, Sr., president, Carmen Salva-
functions of the advisory
much sugar, as right here on the
stages of Lake Okeechobee. tore and H. J. Anderson. John D. Rogers committeemen include:
shores of Lake Okeechobee, he
Among many other things, will be relocation serves as district engineer and secretary. 1. Acquainting themselves with
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said.After brief of I Ii the problems of consumers,
giving a history - ------------------------- pro-
sugar production in the state, Jones FATHER DIES IN VIRGINIA Dishes Are I ducers, all segments of the industry -
Needed
discussed assets of the water con- Word was received Saturday of I i A Modern Hospital and of other groups, and pre-
trol drainage and irrigation the death of Mrs. Billie Huddle's For S. S. BuildingThe senting them for, committee con-
by the Central and South Florida father which occured at his home Proposed To Serve sideration.
Flood Control District (FCD). in Virginia. He had been ill for T. E. L. Sunday School Classof i 2. Reviewing and evaluating the
He said nearly $90 million has some time and Mrs. Huddle was the Canal Point Baptist Church (continued on page 8))
been spent on water control in the with him at the time of his death.I I All Of Glades Area held its regular monthly meetingat :- .

agricultural area south of Lake Mrs. Huddle, who lives in Indian-I a the, home of their president,
Okeechobee with a net result of town, is the 4th grade teacher at t I Mrs. J. D. Latham. There were nine Four-Laning Group
II I Members of the Southwesternand
no cost to the taxpayers due to the Canal Point School.. members attending. Plans were

annual increases ,in taxes collected N.--MV V. ... Northwestern Hospital Boards discussed concerning the saving of Asks Engineer
by' the Federal government. This I I which account for 80 per cent of met jointly this past week to com- premium stamps to help secure
increase allows,the government to total production, resistance to low mence work on the more specific dishes for the new kitchen in the Forlnformatiohn
.spend more, he'pointed out. temperatures which are' more frequent districts and the building of a Sunday School building.<<:
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J Jones. stated that unlike farmers -. in areas of present and future single modern.hospital to serve the -.y

.f in western areas of the TL. S. expansion, and early matur- entire area. U. S. 27 Bids Three members of the newly
.1: who pay $8 to $36.per acre for'.irrigation It was unanimously agreed by I Coming created '!"PUb C' Thoroughfare
f ;water farmers water, ities.For: ,the industry ,As -.whole.. those present that .the hospital Committee" met: with .County Engineer -
farmers in.the.FD pay only'treeS Jones suggested improved cultural would,be centrally':located between Up Jan. 301n Tampa S..R, Midjdletori.in) effort
quarters of a mill. : Belle Glade.
methods, improved fertilizer. practices Pahokee'and to secure:needed information in re-
There.are already.planted Jones I and mechanization in har- On board representation members gard to proposals .for four-laning
revealed, or lands are being pre vesting, loading and transporting.Jones agreed upon a 14-member Bids on four-laning about 21E a highway :through the City of Pa-
pared to plant'140,000 acres in cane added.that the suggestions board to be appointed as follows: miles of US27 in Palm Beach coun- hokee. Following is a report of that
sugar, with, an estimated value of had the support>> of the Palm Beach from the City of Belle Glade, three ty will be received by the StateI meeting as rendered by the County
$i40 million to provide about $80 I I County Commission and the Palm I members; from the City of South I I I Road Department in a regular let- Engineer:
million annual gross income.The ., i Beach County Resources Development -. Bay, one member; from Lake Har- "On January 12th, Messrs. Ga-
I ting on January 30. The meeting
production willl employ 12,-: Board. bor, one member; from the Cityof mot, Simonson and Boe, representing -
000'persons who will receive,about I Veteran County Commissioner Pahokee, three members; from wiD be held at the Hillsboro Hotelin the Public Thoroughfares Committee -

$17& million in wages the federal I Paul Rardin acted as Master of Canal Point, one member, makinga that City. 'appointed by the City Council
government, will receive about m Ceremonies. Delectable steaks total of nine members. For ap- The four-laning job will be doneon of Pahokee. visited this office to
.$17% million in taxes, and resident I were served by the Ladies of the. pointment of the additional five, a stretch of road between Bare discuss the problems relating to
businesses will enjoy another $17. % Elks after they had been prepared members, the new district will ba Beach in Palm Beach county and the rebuilding and possible reloca-
,million .through purchases of sup- by Steward Frank O'Connell and divided into proportionate areas the Hendry county line. Bids will tions of portions of U. S. 441 and
plies and complementary services. his staff of experts. The luncheonwas and the members selected in ac- also be received on another stretchof SR-715 in Pahokee.
Jones pointed out to committee sponsored by Parrel-Birming cordance with a formula of one the same road from the Hendry "These gentlemen were primarily -
members "what we think will be ham Co., Sucesores de Abarca, two representative for so many voters. county line westward to the City. concerned with whether primary
most helpful to us through expan- contractors presently engaged in voters.' Appointments would be limits of Clewiston. Total mileage funds would be the proper sourceof
sion of the present works at Canal erecting the Bryant Sugar Houseat made by the Governor as hereto- involved in the over-all Contract is revenue for building U. S. 441,
:' Point and the Everglades Experi- Bryant and the Glades Sugar fore on the two. separate boards. 4.8 miles as:advertised by the SRD. and also,it primary funds could be
ment Station, through Federal- House on Airport Road at. Belle ... .a. .. used for providing an alternate U.
State cooperation." Glade, and the progressive firm of Mrs. R. J. Maxson was able to Mrs. W. L. Duncan who was a U. 441 route through the Town, in
Suggestions included basic and Shirley Brothers, Inc* of Pahokee I resume her duties as one of the recent visitor here, plans to visit addition to the main route. They
applied research in obtaining cane and Belle Glade. Lee Shirley of' first grade teachers in Pahokee her son and family Mr. and Mrs were also interested in the applicability -
t varieties for this area,for,increased -' that concern arranged the program' School after being confined to her Harkness Duncan in Gainesville of secondary funds to any
tonnage and sucrose .content,'I in detail and to him' must ,go a home with a severe case of laryn- before returning to her home in needed reconstruction or relocation
particularly in sawgrass..land: great deal of credit for its success. gitis. Naples. (continued on page 8)'to

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r Page Two' \ The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday, January 19, 1961

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: Fk ComptrollerSorta BIRTHS Electric Output ,'


Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mullis an-
rWL Increases In Fla.
rp OptimisticComptroller nounce the birth of a daughter ,

Wednesday; January 10, at the

Everglades Memorial Hospital.She .II 1-
Ray E. Green todaywas has been named Lisa. The production of electricity in

cautiously optimistic as to the Florida during the first six months
Mr. and Mrs. Don McKinnon
1962 fiscal outlook for State Gov- of last year: moved upward 8 per
Delilah of Miami
( Strayer) an-
ernment revenue in reporting that cent, out-pacing most other indi-
nounce the arrival of their daughter -
December sales tax collections for cators of the state's economic
Dannette Elva Thursday, Jan-
the State were up only 4.39 per- growth the Florida State Chamberof
uary 11 at Jackson Memorial Hospital -
cent over the same month in 1960 I Commerce reported yesterday."The .
in Miami.
Dannette weighed
of $14,465,279.36 as compared to total output of the state's
8 Ibs. 3 oz. Mrs. McKinnon and

The Rardin Building In Canal Point FloridaTHE 1385671114. daughter were able to return to electric plants, just reported
The State Comptroller said that through June 1961 came to 10-
their home on Sunday. Paternal
total sales, tax collection' for July 318,036,000 kilowatt-hours. Marking -
LAKE OKEEOHOBEE REGION HOME OF grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. D.
through December of 1961.has in- the enormous strides made by
E. :McKinnon, Dearborn Michigan.The .
creased only 3.35 percent over the the electric industry in recent
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing maternal grandparents are Mr.
same period for 1960, or 2.65 percent years this six-month total was
and Mrs. -J. H. Strayer of Canal
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without under the estimated total increase Point.Homemaking. more than was produced in the full-

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years for the fiscal year 1961-62. 6 year 1954 and almost twice the
Green pointed out that to meet 1950 annual total."Florida's .
Established March 11 1924 Published Every Friday
the estimated 180 million dollars in Will 8 per cent gain for the

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance sales tax revenue for the current Be, Fair Feature six months stood well above the

rhe Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn fiscal year it would require an national average of 2 per cent.

Canal Point Florida" as Second Class Matter average of 8.32 percent increase for TAMPA-Women from all partsof "Electric production for sale by
the remainder of the fiscal both and
periodover Florida will demonstrate that utility companies public

Paul" Rardin Owner,,,Editor, Publisher the corresponding period of homemaking is still important in private accounted for 91 per cent
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1960-61. of the Florida six-month total and
modern-day living at the Florida
Picnic Dinner In Future ForStatePredicted The Comptroller said he felt that State Fair Feb. 6-17. registered a 9 per cent gain over

Florida was entering a new periodof the previous year. Production of
The fair in which fem-
program
Honor Mrs. C. A. ShiveA prosperity as compared to the ininity will play the biggest role electricity by large industry for its J

"Rosy"TALLAHASSEEWith last fiscal year and was hoping will be the Women's Department. own use was up about one per cent. I

family picnic dinner was'held that the reported heavy influx of Entries of all types of needlework "The capacity of all electric

Sunday in the Belle Glade Park tourist and the anticipation of such as embroidery crocheting, plants in the state stood at 4,287- J

House honoring Mrs. C. A. Shive in the ad- ; spending in federal, private and 132 kilowatts at the beginning of I
knitting, tatting, quilts, tapestries
celebration of her 81st., birthday vent of another new year, state I State projects during the next six panels and rugs, will vie for prizes. last year an 11 per cent gain over

Monday January 15. Besides the government officials have once to twelve months would substantially Special classes of native Florida the previous year. The national

honoree others attending were her again predicted the future for the'I increase the State revenueto I I crafts will include exhibits of ar- figure was 3 per cent.

and their families Mr. And I the of its mini- .
daughters ; Sunshine State. predictionshave point meeting ticles made of cat-tails, pine need- -

and Mrs. Dan Carpenter, Mayor run from guarded to great I mum needs. However, he said it les, pandanus, palmetto, shells, and Mrs. G. C. McLarty of Lake

and Mrs. Duncan Padgett. Mr. and about Florida's economic health in 'would take a tremendous increasein fish scales. As before dolls are expected Worth is the guest of Mrs. H. M.
Mrs. Vance Denton and I. sales tax collections and
children 1962. revenue to be a favorite hi the hob- McIntosh
Ellen Jo and Danny also their Gov. Farris Bryant issued one of from other sources to meet the bies display. MS a

houseguest. Tinky Pugh, Mrs.: the optimistic forecasts when he I General Revenue estimated, needs Other exhibits for which prizes Mr. and Mrs. J. ,C. Harris of Pa-

Josie Gist Templeton, Mr. and Mrs. said he expected an outstandingyear for 1961-62. have been set aside are handtooled hokee visited Mr.. and Mrs. I. C.

Ralph Grimes and family, Rebecca, for the state. I Green said, "I am looking for- leathercraft, and hand made metal Harris in Dundee last Sunday.

Cliff Greg and Larry all of Pa- The State Chamber of Commercewas ward to 1962 with optimism and I articles fashioned from aluminumand

hokee; also Mr. and Mrs. John A. more restrained. They ''have feel that new government and industrial --- ... ...
copper.
Dulany Mr. and Mrs. Philip Du- predicted the rate of growth ,in projects will have a defi- Other exhibits of special appealto 4"

lany Mr. and Mrs S. K. Smith Jr., Florida would be sensibly slow, but nite effect on our economy how- women will be the 14th annual Classified Ads
and and Mr. solid. ever in view of the
family and Iklrs. Mil I ; above it is International Orchid Show of the

ton Carpenter and family, all of Comptroller Ray Green is expecting questionable that we will receive Florida West Coast Orchid Societythe

Belle Glade.Brother. slow but steady improvementin the esimated revenue for the fiscal FOR RENT-Rooms. Lucky Star
i first week and a hibiscus show
the the 196162." Dude Ranch, Phone 9480. J12ch
-- +- ---- general economy during: year i and exhibition by the American
first six month's with some possible ---- Hibiscus Society the second week

Of Local acceleration during the later part Heart Facts For with flower arrangements by the SUGAR BOOM is sure to hit. If
of the you have a spare room or two for

Resident Passes State year.School SuperintendentThomas 1 You The ReaderThe Tampa throughout Federation the fair of Garden Clubs: rent why not place an ad in this
period.
column and watch results. A phone
D. Bailey issued a warning -
following information has I call and $1.00 will get (he job done.
that financial crisis looms
Newbern H. Prevatt, brother of a been released by The Heart Asso- Sharp Climb For
Mrs. Ida ahead for Florida schools. I HOMES FOR SALE Two New-
Larrimore died Sunday, ciation of Palm Beach and Martin :
Jan. 14, in Lake City Veteran's From the State Industrial Com- Counties. State Revenues Homes Open and For Sale.

mission chairman, A. Worley Greenstar Avenue Pahokee Fla.
Hospital after an extended illness. More can be done today than ever ,
Funeral services were held Jan. 17 Brown, came the forecast of an ad- before to help the child with con- TALLAHASSEE-State Comp- Henry and Jon Merkel Construction
ditional 80,000 workers to the non- Company. Dec 29-J26ch
in Bronson.He .
gential heart defects, and more is troller Ray E. Green says the
farm employment picture of Florida -
was survived by two other 1962. being done. Many new and excellent state's general revenues will have ROOMS ARE NEEDED almost

sisters Mrs. Arthur B. Ward of Even during though Florida agriculture surgical facilities are available in to take a sharp climb during the daily. If you advertise in this

Jacksonville Sanford. and Mrs. H. J. Cramerof reached its peak during 1961 Commissioner Florida today and, with the aid of next six months if Florida's mini-I classified column, folks will know

of Agriculture new drugs and treatment many mum needs are to be met this fiscal where to find that spare room.
Doyle
tend Mrs.the Larrimore funeral was unable to at- Conner sees additional gains for patients can delay or avoid the need year. Send $1.00 and copy for your ad to

services becauseof 1962 and he has predicted even for surgery at all. Green made the comment in a The Everglades News, Canal Point,
recent illness. I In general, congential heart disease Fla.
more success for the farmers and statement in which he said he was -
I is little understood outside
cautiously optimistic over
ranchers of the state. pros-
LAND FOR RENT
in
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I I of the medical proffession. Here pects for the 1962 fiscal in warm zone a
year
On the whole the outlook for 1 4 I near the lake. Phone Hub Spooner '
THE FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL are some of the basic facts about Florida. He announced December
Florida in 1962 is optimistic. While Pahokee 7125.. tf
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN another boom has not been predicted this problem: i sales tax collections had risen 4.39

AND FOR PALM BEACI1COUNTY. those who know seem to think Q. What is meant by congential per cent over the same month in FOR SALE: Maytag Gas Range
heart disease?
the economy of the state will im- ( 1960. four'large burners, large oven
In Chancery No. 61-C-852-D prove to a considerable extent A. It is not really a disease like j To meet the estimated $180 mU- and broiler, 2 storage compart-
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Shirley Ann Willis : throughout the year pneumonia or rheumatic fever. It lion in sales tax revenue for the ments, time clock. Regular $298,

Plaintiff : -4a_ is a term applied to a number of current year, however Green saidit used very little. Looks new. Less

vs. ,; malformations of the heart with would require an average of 8.32: than half price. Phone 7600 in Pa-
'Lanier S. Willis, : Food Growers ThankState' which children are sometimes born. per cent increase for the remainderof hokee.

Defendant : .., Newspapers'GAINESVILLE I Q. Are all congenital heart malformations the period over the corresponding .
NOTICE OF SUITTo FOR SALE New and used Will .
*, detectable at birth? 1960-61 period. : ,
: Lanier S. Willis \ A. While they are all present at Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
c-o Isaac Willis I Appreciationto in Belle Glad, Phone 2058.
birth quite a number Mrs.
each of Florida's for give no symptoms Edna Pickett has returnedto
newspapers 17.54-oh-
Oct.
Route 1
until early childhood. In general her home after a week's visit
co-operation over the past year was
Vidalia GeorgiaYou .extended this week by E. H Fin-,I they are not dangerous to life with her mother, Mrs. Bell In Or- IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION paid in
hereby notified that
are .l layson, President of the Florida and many of them can be correct- lando, Mrs. Bell returned with advance? Well don't be going
Shirley Ann Willis has filed a Bill "
Farm Bureau Federation. ed.Q. her daughter for a visit here. off"on any trips until you send us
of Complaint against you for divorce .
What causes heart ---
"Farmers are growing more and congenital our $2.00. The hunting season is at
and you are required t9 servea better food all the time but as a defects? Mr. and Mrs. John Padgett of hand."It will take only the price of
of to the
copy your answer complaint '
on the plaintiffs Attorney, group they are becoming fewer and A, Some apparently are the result West Palm Beach joined their'family a half box of shells to pay up your

Thadd Whidden, P. O. Box 7Q5 Pa fewer", Mr. Finlayson said. "-rherefo of hereditary defects; others for a family get-together Sun- subscription. Send along that check

hokee. Florida, ,and file the original we are dependent more and are believed to be caused by virus day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.. today to The Everglades News,

answer in the office of the Clerk Clf more upon our newspaper friends diseases in early pregnancy, espec- Charlie Moran ,in Pahokee. Box AA, Canal Point Fla.

the Circuit 'Court of Palm 'Beach to help us tell our side of the food ially German measles. Most often

1961 medical leaders admit, we do not
picture. During many city
Florida
County, on or before the
consumers were convinced that know the cause.
5th day of February 19,62if
; you -
fail so to do, judgment by default farmers are not responsible for ?
APPRCX.) ONE OF EVERY FOUR Thinking .Building
will be taken against you for. the< high food costs. We are indebtedto VISITORS IS SEEING FLORiDA !

relief demanded,in the complaint. newspapers for helping us tell FOR THE FIRST TIME t

DATED this 3rd day of;January. this story"Mr. '

1962... Finlayson is a wellknownseed For Free Estimates, Call :
J. ALEX ARNETTE grower and farmer of Jeffer-

Clerk of Circuit Court son County. He is a familiar figure

(Circuit Court Seal) in national agricultural circles. ;REE1ilEM WI LEY TSLLIS :

By Thaddie P. Plant.;,too, since he is 'a member of the ''I
j American Farm Bureau Federa-
Deputy Clerk General Building Contractor :
tion's Board of Directors. .v17H A I
Thadd Whidden 1 f ,.' '
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Pahokee Attorney for Florida Plaintiff .; t CLASSIFIED! ADS- IN THESE, S/If/- Box I? PAHOKEE Ph. 7127

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1 PIRSONAL r : 0 : IENS S NOTES 1 1W. ?h eT ifri rout I transmissible these subsequent buds also disease.spring extends Inspection growths.throughtwo Exceptions of- For 4-H Workerst- : : I



are buds on Orlando tan- I Many of the county's 700 4-H.. I

NVyIQ gelo seedlings, checked for four girls in 62 clubs are getting ready ,
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the of Miss Velma Williams was the I
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years for symptoms of xyloporosis. to participate in many Fair activ,'
his daughter, Mrs. Doyle Branyonand guest of Miss Karen Fields in West -
ftorttoDeportment and buds on Poncirus trifoliate, inspected ities.
for several Palm Bach during the past week-
days '
Mr. Branyon,
for eight years for freedom Clubs having a 4-H display are

thfs' week In Melbourne. end.Mrs. of t from exocortis. asked to bring it to the 4-H council
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J Mr. and Mrs.James Gibson were .,Don Collier has returned to .
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meeting on Thursday, January 25 ,
the,guests Friday night of Mr. and her home from Good Samaritan I don't believe the Departmenthas After this the at 1:00 :
waiting period, I p. m. at the Mounts Agricultural -j
Mrs. Arnold Bal ad in West Palm Hospital in West Palm Beach. Mrs. any program that has won as successful prospect is eligible for .Building. These will have

macho Collier is .till receiving daily treat- much world-wide acceptance the
registration.The a preliminary Judging and be
>""Mrs. Bettye Lane Maxson of At- ments from her doctor. Citrus Budwood Registration Pro- I I I
I Division, in a complex book- brought to the Fair Grounds later
lapta Georgia, is visiting'her par- Reppard Cowart is improving at administered by our Division j '
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keeping system, maintains a recordof I that day. Besides club exhibits, individual :
ei ts, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reeves, at I his home after being a patient in of Plant Industry. This entire operation all registered trees, indicating i exhibits may be entered

Lake Good Samaritan Hospital in West to make avail-
Pelican Village. is designed
variety strain and of also. A 4-H'er
age, name may enter any ex.
Miss Linda Hand, who was confined Palm Beach. He hopes to be out able to Florida's citrus growers a
owner, location of the planting, hibit, as long as she is enrolled in

to her home in Pahokee due soon. better-producing, more vigoroustree position in the planting, and the' the project. Some of these individ- '

to,illness, was able to return to her Dr. and Mrs. Frank Handley and which, it is felt, will definitely assigned registration number. Metal -I ual exhibits are; Child Care, Home. ,

duties in West Palm Beach Mon- children of Sebring were recent increase the yield and quality of identification '
tags approved by Improvement, Vegetables Orna-
guests at Cypress Lodge with her citrus fruit
day.:.., the Division must be attached to mental Plants (should be is place.,
Mrs. Earl Maxson was the overnight parents, CoL and Mrs. W. S. Evans. Maybe I had better qualify
each eligible nursery tree, indicat- Friday, January 26); Baked GoodsFebruary ;
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillis and that statement about making superior '
ing progeny or the registered par- ( 3, 10:00 a. m.) : and'Dress
N son in West Palm Beach Tues- Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard trees available to Florida
I ent tree. Out of this we 'expect to Revue (February 3, 630 p..1
da'1- spent Thursday at Salerno enjoy- We that, cer-
growers. are doing create the most productive citrus m.) Girls may also give demonstrations ,-:'.
S. A.. Nail has returned to Lees. ing a day of fishing. tainly, but at the same time other
groves in the. :world-groves that on Saturday, January 27 and,
weekend visit with E. H. Walston is able to be out countries around the world are '
following a
burg I will offer the finest tasting and February 3 between 2 and 4:00 pl: .
1ir S. A. Nail of Canal Point. again after being seriously ill at sending men to Florida to studyour
j. I All 4-H Ag'jricultural
the best-looking fruit to' be found m. exhibits will be the i i
Mrs., J. H. Strayer is visiting her St. Marys Hospital in West Palm methods. Now the results at- anywhere. Building at the Fair',

shier and family, Mr. and Mrs. Beach. tained by our own program are beginning Grounds. Exhibits will be judged
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according to the Danish system '
Dannette, in Miami this week. the overnight guest of his mother, countries almost as carbon_ copies, G. W." Byrds.Move Each child will receive a ribbon and,:. ,

(. Ii1r.. and Mrs. Chandler: Mcll- I Mrs. C. B. Jones, Tuesday. based upon what visiting researchmen To Quincy RanchMr. premium money.

,a n of Ft. Lauderdale..were: the ,l Mrs. L. H. Gordon is able to be I have been able to glean from I The adult and junior leaders have.'

i guests of their parents, back at work in Bolton's DrugStore I observations and instruction.
ekend and ,Mrs. G. W. Byrd, Sr., been working diligently with the:
Mri. and Mrs. E. F. McIlwain of after being out due to illness j I The budwood idea grew out of a 4-H ,
residents of Pahokee since the girls. They are helping girls
Pahokee..tj for two weeks. problem that faced Florida's citrus
1 I finish outfits for the dress revue
early days, have: purchased a ranch :
Bill McClenithan out
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near'Quincy, Fla., and are planning and practise demonstrations. :Many
after being a patient at the Ever-I Costs of land, labor and materials
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING glades Memorial Hospital. business. I to build a new home there. They ,are meeting each week with their
made citrus
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OF LANDOWNERS OF I precarious will move from Pahokee to Quincy. groups to have articles ready for ;.
," .PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT taking it easy for a few weeks. i The grower eventually went to the the Fair.
*,Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto. Joe Gill returned to his home in! scientist with questions about how when the home is completed late
.Call of the Board of Supervisors of ; next summer. Miss Alma Warren, Assistant
PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT, tile Canal Point Tuesday following a to raise more and better fruit on .
annual meeting of the landowners of recent operation at the Everglades the land then in use. Editor from Tallahassee, will judge
PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT for CLASSIFIED ADS PAY the exhibits
Memorial in Pahokee. i| on Tuesday, January
the''year 1962. will be held at the office Hospital *
Rardin n m BIG DIVIDENDS at 1:00: p. m. i iI
Buildingat
qf said District In the f 130 :
Canal Point. Palm Beach County According to what the men behind

Florida, on Monday. February S, 1962. Evening School At I the microscopes had to say, --- -- ---

purposes at 930: o'clock of: In the forenoon for the I Belle Glade HighThe virus diseases were slowly loweringthe I fo++. (..t..t..t..8..t..t..t..t..t.i.iti.i..iM.ti.H..H.il..M.. . .. | I IJU tit III II I

1.,Electing one Supervisor a term yields of many groves' in the
:of three years. I
'2,'Receiving annual reports and tak- Palm Beach County Voca heaviest-producing citrus areas. THEATRE

ing such action with respect tional School in cooperation with While costs remained the same, or
thereto as the landowners may, i I IPRLN'C'E
1 .determine; and; Pellon ,Morris, ,Principal of Belle I even inched upward each year, the

i,''3..Transacting such other business Glade High School, is planning to yield of virus-infected trees drop- LAKE DRIVE-IN
as before the meeting.
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{if y ', BOARD OF SUPERVISORS offer evening instruction 'in the ped. The grower was not ready to

:;,, OF PAHOKEE DRAINAGE field of Business Education, ac- believe this line of thinking at that ., Pahokee ..'. Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
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t'g2 I the following member SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY. JANUARY 21-22-23 ; Jt j jrN
Report of Condition oftv" I An organizational meeting will By year : :;
= BANK OF PAHOKEE be held at Belle Glade High School I of the Florida State Horticultural JANUARY 21-22-23 "CRY FOR ;
of Pahokee In the State of Florida at
the close of business on Dec. 39. 1961.I 7:30 Monday evening January 22'1 Society had discussed the subject I, '

,#", ASSETS If sufficient interest is shown. thoroughly at their annual meet- "THE PARENT'HAPPY"
Cash' balance with, other ,
.banks and cash Items I classes may be started in Typing, I ing and a series of conferenceswith .. TRAP" GLENN FORD AND DONALD ;
3a of collection __3044754.09;
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process leaders
and Beginning and Advance BOOk- citrus and agricultural O'CONNOR
HAYLEY
United States Government MILLS, MAUREEN
obligations direct and' keeping. I resulted In the proposal for a bud- ALSO
'guaranteed ____________ 2.254.720.38pbligations of O'HARA AND BRIAN -
wood The Statement
; of States and Typing classes will meet two program.

< political subdivisions. ___, 75000.00 nights a week from, 7:30 to 10:00; Policy that grew out of these sessions KEITH "The Sharkfighters"
Loans and* discounts -_,____ 1,877,001.48 i
Bank premises Beginning and Advance Bookkeeping has served as the yardstickby .K..t..i.i.iii..l 1..!..!..K< .!..!..|..!..;. ,. t..,. t .t..t..t..t.it..l"itiitiiti4.i.M.11II t owned __________$5,000.00 will meet one night a week which the Division of Plant In

Furniture Statures: and____-4500.00 930000 from 7:00 to 10:00. The eveningswill dustry has administered the pro-I' : : I

Other assets _________ 1569.51 1 be established at the organiza- gram since that time.A !l+f+l+*+H+H+H+H+H .+ ..H HNH

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TOTAL, ASSETS ___7292545.46 I tional meeting. There is no tuitionfee five-acre tract of land near !rH H1

LIABILITIES ; however, there is a small reg- Winter Haven was purchased in I
Demand deposits of Individuals. '
partnerships and istration fee and students must 1953 and converted into a nurseryfor

:corporations __,_5488406.39. furnish their'own supplies.This seedling test trees. In the first I II i WE JUST PAID OUT OVER
Time, and savings depositsof I '
'Individuals, partnerships instruction is part of the I I year, 18 nurseymen and growers

Deposits, and of corporations United ,States__ 815381.32. School Board's Vocational Educa- signed as participants, entering |. V2 MILLION DOLLARS_

::Government (including tion program and .is for adults 16 parent stock a number of,trees that

',.postal of savings States) and____poU-T______' .36,663.38Deposits years of age or over who are not appeared to be free of virus.:Today I| DIVIDENDS TO OUR SAVERS :

JtJcal subdivisions _____. __ .. 501485.57, regularly enrolled in high school. there are 322 participants in the ;
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Certified and officers-
rfiecks. etc. '_ J.8S8.45 :The classes are tentative to,a minimum program, growing appproximately

TOTAL, enrollment of twenty per- 1,600,000 nursery trees that .are Were you among the happy hundreds, or the unforjtunate '
;DEPOSITS: _.$6.85i.sos.ii
free of one or more viruses.
sons.
la) Total demand few? If yotfre one of jtbose who received abig I
Deposits 5.902.775.15 Those interested in this instruc- i i
,Total time >
4&1 tion are requested to attend the Any nurseryman or groweiyin dlv ei4 lad lo9 'I t tlll to know -
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949029.96 *
u meeting at Belle Glade High Florida who wishes to participate(
more at
LIABILITIESW.851.805.ll School 7:30 Monday evening, Janu- in the program may make fPpU.ca" '

r \ CAPITAL,ACCOUNTS. ... a i. tion to the Division for thgexai full in ur-
'COftal: (a) Common rt 5 ff T foal i\ H.t. ,
par value $00.000. rftftiXLOOO'.00 ;I ; -, t--. .. .. y uon of not more than -i Yor'yatr' 1nga."Ii out now*
:Surplus -:iivr24o00000; of all varieties. These treeg'mMt k .
Linda Keene Has A
Undivided profits *_ ._ 90.740.35
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d. be at least 10 years old, vigorous, the time to "get in." Open your account here today.

TOTAL ACCOUNTS CAPITAL-.._'_0-*. 440740.35 Birthday Party productive and apparently true to .

*._ best commercial type.
"TOTAL LIABILITIES AND Linda Keene celebrated her 11th:
'CAPITAL. ACCOUNTS--_$$7.292.S4S.j birthday at a party given by her I The Division then makes a pre- Your Money Now Earns At Our New
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liminary inspection, preferably
Assets pledged or assigned I mother, Mrs. Leland Keene, at theiri
..tosecure liabilities and during the spring flush,.of the can- High Anticipated DividendRate
home, with Harold Barnes of South
for other purposes (In-. didate tree and the four trees immediately -
dudlng notes and bills Bay and Charles Miller of Twenty-

rediscounted and sectut-.<,. mile Bend, Linda's cousins, among surrounding the selected Of 4y2% -
ties sold with
agreement tree. This check is for general
to repurchase) tV__ 904.00000 the 20 guests attending. The host-
Loan as shown above are quality, visable disease symptomsand PAYABLE SE3H-ANNUALLY
assisted by her mother.
ess was
after deduction of val- the degree of bud variation.
uation reserve of _____ 64.319.53 Mrs. Harold Barnes of South Bay.
'I. Franklin E. Gluts Assistant Cashier. Records of results and location I

'Of.the above-named bank do solemnly maps are made if the trees pass ,
sioeat that this report of condition Is
BPW Club Planning I II
true l and correct to the best of my this preliminary test. f I

knowledge-,, and belief Franklin, -E. OWls I I Part In Rodeo Feb. 17 These successful trees must pass

-r r _. Assistant Cashier I! I inspections over'a: period continuing Everglades federal ,

Correct-Attest ; The BPW Club-met at the home through two subsequent spring
Lewis Friend j which time these : : '-I i iH !
lof Mrs., Alma Farrow on Tuesday growths during
Rupert Mock SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
:Directors night with the president. Mrs. A. trees are indexed for tris za.. Buds t I
;' Julius T. Moon
_;State of Florida. County ,of Palm I M. Okie, presiding. Plans were removed from prospective parent SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10.000 BY rZDZRAX. 8AVZMO3 !

Beach ss: made for the group's participation trees must be propagated in the AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION : :
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Sworn to me
this .16th day of.\January,. 1962. .and 2Hxereby in the Indiantown Rodeo- .to be held Division's registration test plot an4 'U S. W. ATE. -we BELLE GLADBPBONK; ,, :'WT s-2it7
certify that am not an officer at the Circle T. Ranch Feb. 17-18. checked for any evidence'or symp- i
,.-ar director:of'this bank.
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r State Conference James Oppert, Vero Beach, and ,
John Maguire Executive Secre-

tary-Treasurer of the Florida Baptist

Baptist LeadersScheduled Convention, Jacksonville.This .
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Meigs Secetary of Evangelismfor
In Jax the Convention.Simonson .
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Baptist leaders from the 1291 Circle

Florida Baptist Convention chur- Met Monday P. M.
I ches throughout the State of Florida -,

will convene at the First Bap-
First Methodist I I Canal Point I The Methodist Church I tist Church, Jacksonville January the The Pahokee Mabel Methodist Simonson Church Circle met of

ChurchPahokee I I Church Canal Point 16, for the state Evangelistic Con-
FloridaRobert
Baptist i I'I' at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Stan-
ference. This meeting is one of the
ley Monday afternoon. Mrs. Arch
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor major meetings held during the en- had of the
A. Shelley. Pastor Blakey charge program.
SUNDAY: SUNDAY tire for Baptist pastors and
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: year
SUNDAY: Mrs. J. V. Thomas gave the devo-
: 8:45 a. m.-church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 .... leaders.
a. m.-Church School tional. Mrs. Thomas Hignite is
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11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Out-of-state speakers include
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship chairman of the Circle and presided
6:45 p.. m.-MYF 6:30 p. m. Training Union. 6:30 m.-Youth Charles B. Howard, former
,., 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. Fellowship Professor of Bible Campbell College over the business meeting.
TUESDAY p. m.-Evening Worship I Delicious refreshments were
: WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: Buies Creek, North Carolina,
7:00 p. 81.-Vesper Choir prac 7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting. I served to eight members and one
ticeWEDNESDAY .. .' 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice I Jack MacGorman Head of ,New visitor Mrs. Bell, of Orlando
,TUESDAY: Testament Department, South- .

7:45 p. m.-:Mid-week devotions Church Of God, 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society I western Baptist Theological Seminary Potato Growers
1st Tuesday2nd Fort Worth Texas Vance
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac Barfield Highway
tice. .... [.. :MONDAY: I Havner Southern Baptist Bible Meeting Jan. 23
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t. i WEDNESDAY: and C. E. Autrey, Director, There will be a meeting of po-
The Church Of God l, J. W.Phone Hughes 3736 Minister 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting 'j I Division of Evangelism Dallas tato growers at the Glades Office

ttf, I Texas. Al and Ivy Walsh, evange- Building, Tuesday, Jauary 23rd at
Of Prophecy PaKbkee SUNDAY: i .
'9:45'a.: m.-Sunday School I listic singers Atlanta, Georgia, 2 p. m. on a proposed Irish Potato
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Canal Point Road 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Baptist will present special music and Mr. Marketing Agreement and Order.

John H. Kinard pastor: 7:30 p. m. -Evangelistic Ser- Church, PahokeeGuthrie Walsh will direct the ,congregational Mr. Bruce Gray, Committeemanfrom

10:00 a. m.-Sunday School viceTUESDAY singing during the meeting.' Florida on the National Po-

11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service : W. Colvard;Minister: Florida Baptist leaders appear tato Stabilisation Advisory Committee -

7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. ing on the program are J. Titus will be present to discuss the

8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. THURSDAY: Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. Aldridge Tampa, E. S. Anderson, proposed National Potato Market-

8:00: p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ Training Union --7 6:30 p.m. Fort Myers, T. Rupert Coleman, ing Agreement and establishmentof
Everyone welcome.: Special music I Service. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. I, Coral Gables Rupert Creighton National Potato Acreage Allot

and singing1. .-- Wednesday Prayer Tampa, James F. Graves Lees- ments by states. I

.. Canal Point First Service 7:30 p. m. burg, Homer G. Lindsay, Sr., Jack- All interested growers are urgedto
A warm welcome to all. sonville, Victor Jones, Jacksonville be present. .
The Pahokee ChurchOf Baptist Church

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Max D: Jones, Pastor SUNDAY: :: 5" :
433 Bacom Point Rd. 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School
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882 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
Phone 7528 P. O.Box
SUNDAY SERVICES: 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. ;w'' ; .""
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship.
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. WEDNDESDAY:
6:30 p. .-Juniors. 7:30 p. m.Midweek Prayer
7:00 p. m.Sunaay Evening Service + i.
Evangelistic Service. 2nd arid 4th TUESDAYS:
WEDNESDAY: 7:80 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary ;

7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer Meeting.Christian .
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"Where you are a stranger but Science U'r
k, once". v s

.- Group Of Canal Point ..

Holy Nativity Conflicting -demands; of everyday -

living can be resolved through
Episcopal ChurchPahokee
spiritual understanding of God as
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divine Life.

This is a theme of the Lesson-
Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar Sermon entitled "Life" which is to ,

SUNDAY: be read at Christian Science ser- : i
10 School w
a. m.-Sunday vices _
Sunday. q.
11 a. m.-Worship Service
Selections from the Bible'will .
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t include this verse from Psalm 40:

St. Peter's Lutheran "I delight to do thy will, 0 my :: h
God: yea, thy law is within my :
Church, Belle Glade heart." [

. From "Science and Health with
August Koerber Pastor Key to the Scriptures" by :Mary f
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Baker Eddy this citation will be '
H
ba .
SUNDAY r
: read (p. 184): "Truth, Life, and 9"' s
Divine Services 11 A. M.
Love are the ,only legitimate .and
School 9:45 A. M.
eternal demandS on man, and theyare
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St. Mary's Catholic obedience through divine statutes." .

I The Golden Text is from John 4 f4p
Church j
(17): "This is life eternal that FM+

Father Francis-ennF ech, Pastor they might know thee the only

Sunday Mass- 11:30 a. m. ,true God and Jesus Christ, whom L
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Page Eight Tne Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, January 19, 1961

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! Liftsiana:; :- 1961. Sugar Cane Production Up18OOOO Tons: :






." Over Last Year; Further Increase Expected This Year j



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;i f '*flfug JE/nal i data are not yet I I-enough to prevent any severe gov- Polling Places For Parsonage Ground Surprise Party For (

available,.it''is' certain that Lou-I ernment-imposed cane acreage re- J
establlshed ductions in the near future. Rice Quota Vote Mrs. Joe T. Boynton
isian; new
; The 650,000 tons of sugar pro- Being BeautifiedThe ,
sugar arid'sugar cane productionin duced by Louisiana in 1961 was Polling places for the growers Mrs. Edgar Wilder entertainedat

1961.. Approximately 650,000 one-third more than the previous referendum on marketing quotas her Bacom Point Road home j'

tons.of to'-sugar 470,000 were tons made from as compareff' the-! record high crop of'491,000 tons in for the 1962 rice crop were an- area around the recently I Tuesday morning with a surprise

previous crop The amount of caneharvested I 1938. The 1962 cane yield per acre nounced today by A. R. Harrington constructed Methodist parsonageon birthday party honoring Mrs. Joe
will exceed 25 tons per acre. The Third Street in Canal Point is I
Tom Boynton. Approximately fifteen -
for sugar! totaled about Chairman, Agricultural Stabil-
previous record high, during recent being beautified this week by a invited and
guests were they
tons to ization and Conservation County
1,000,909 ,net as compared
. history, was 24.4 tons in 1955. group of women from the church.
were served refreshments of cof-
5,600,000 a year earlier. Committee. The location for Palm
The price which growers receive The committee is as follows: Mrs.F. .
fee and doughnuts.
The value of the 1961 Louisiana Beach County is the Palm Beach
for cane depends on the price of M. Wilson, chairman; Mrs. -
cane first County Glades Office Bldg., Belle
sugar i crop at the pro-
sugar, the price of blackstrap molasses Glenn Powell, Mrs. J. H. Miller and
cessing level is about $100,000,000.The and the sugar content of the Glade. Mrs. A. R.. Harrington. Small Claim Court
value of the crop at the retail Polls will be open from 8:00 a.
cane. The prices of sugar and Members of the group have been
levelf in excess of $150,000,000. m. to 6:00 p. m.
# blackstrap molasses since the be- busy this week in their effort to
Scheduled Feb. 15
The bumper crop was due to fav- Chairman Harrington reminds
ginning of harvest of the 1961 cane beautify the grounds around the
orable weather conditions, improved farmers that marketing quotas will .
: crop have averaged lower than the and they have set out
parsonage
and continue in effect for the 1962 rice
farming practices a larger
prices received for the 1960
crop. shrubbery, planted some shade Deadline for for the
filing cases
acreage of cane. There will be a crop only if at least two-thirds of
The sugar content of the cane was trees and some citrus trees. next session of the Small Claims
further increase in the acreage of better than the the growers voting approve quotasin
cane for the 1962 harvest. previous crop. The the Jan. 23 referendum.If ... .. court to be held at the Glades Of-
actual average price per ton of fice Building is Monday, January
There quotas are approved,
were no will growers OHIO VISITOR
not be
government-im-I I cane computed until 29. Date for the next session of
posedtacreage who with their farm
after the pricing period which ends comply acre-I Dan Padgett of Hamilton, Ohio ,
and' JL961 and there will be,none on February 22 however it age allotments for rice will be is the guest of his mother, Mrs. the court has been set by JudgeF.
; now appears -
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the 1962 crop;' however, it now appears -I that the price eligible for the full available? price Charlie Moran. Mrs. Padgett plansto A. Currie for February 15.
average per The Small Claims Court has be-
curbs will be support and they will be able to
that
acreage net ton of cane should exceed that join him here this weekend and
applied on. the 1963 crop. Sugar lof I one year ago, due to the hign market their entire crop free of after a visit they will return to come an important vehicle in
be Growers who exceed their Glades life since its inception not
cane processors probably will sugar content in the cane. penalty. their Ohio home.
subject to sugar marketing con- I farm acreage allotments for rice .... too long ago. Heretofore, it was
i I for all litigants to drive
will be to necessary
trols in. 1962. subject a marketing
The prospects of marketing and Sugar Expansion quota penalty for 65 percent of HOME FROM HOSPITAL, I. the 45 miles to West Palm Beach to
E. F. McIlwain returned to his file their claims and then drive the
acreage. controls hinge on the likelihood from parity on their excess production,
( 1) home Monday following same distance again when court
page surgery
that the sugar marketing I and none of their rice crop will be
quota for the mainland cane: area I current research and marketing eligible for price support.If and a two week stay in the Good day arrived. With inception of the

(Louisiana and Florida) may not I service programs of the Department marketing quotas are diSap- Samaritan Hospital in West Palm new court in the Glades, folks are

be large enough to permit completely including work under way at proved in the Jan. 23, referendum, Beach. saved all this unnecessary driving.

unrestricted production and Federal laboratories and field sta :Mr. Harrington explained, there
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marketing. Unfortunately, it is the tions. will be no restrictions on rice mark

policy of the United States to restrain 3. Recommending adjustmentsin eting, but acreage allotments will ,

production of sugar by our the Department's program, in- remain in effect as a condition of

own citizens in order that foreigners cluding priorities for new work and eligibility for price support at 50
The America expansion of work under way. ofparity.
may ship us sugar. percent
: Cane 'is asking 4. Developing a better under- Any landlord tenant
l Sugar League person-as ,
Congress''to ease the restraints on standing of the nature and value of or sharecropperwho. engagedin AN IMPORTANT

sugar production in Louisiana and the agricultural research program, the production .of rice in 1961

Florida by granting these two explaining it to interested per- is eligible to vote in the Jan.23 ref-

states part Of the sugar quota now sons, groups, and organizations, erendum.

withheld from Cuba because ofCastro's and encouraging the wider and .
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more rapid application of the find-
'Communist government.At

: going present to other the former foreign Cuban producers.quotais I ings of-research.FourLaning-.- Local(\ Garden ClubS ANNOUNCEMENT


Expansion already underway in Group -

the Florida sugar industry is very es European I

substantial, and plans for additional -' (continued from page 1)

projects almost of SR-715.
sugar appear
At the Community Building in TOLandowners ,
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questions were Canal r "
Point last night, members of
gress will allow unlimited expan- with the Committee by the County the
Canal Point Garden club were
sion of sugar production in any Engineer, they were furnished with entertained by Mrs. Amanda Jer-
domestic area. There seems to be a the County's best understandingof
nigan of Clewiston, who showed
fair chance, however, that Congress the policies of the State Road
pictures of a trip taken by Mr. and
may grant the mainland cane areaa Department with regard to the use Mrs. Jernigan through countries of of East Beach

sugar marketing quota large of Gas Tax funds, and it was Europe. The pictures were madein
stated to them that both the Coun-
color and when presented last
and the State will be to
ty glad I
night to the local club commandeda
coordinate with them the tech-
on
great deal of attention for their
nical features of any of their pro- interest and beauty.At Water Control DistrictThe

posals, but would not like to take
the same meeting members
part in local differences of
any heard, a pioneer of the Lake Oke-
opinion ;as1 to what it would be in
.. chobee Region Albert Fremd,
the best interest'jof: the community
.. wh&-.gave'a talk on flowering trees
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that thrive along the eastern shoreof

Lake Okeechobee. Mr. Fremd is

:.Jil Animal) League Is a long-time resident of the Lake Future Welfare, Progress and Salty

t ..: t p Region and has. had -much experience '. .
with flowering and fruit trees of all.Property Owners of East Beach oj

Richer By $37.49 here on Lake Okeechobee. .. ;; -

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y last Friday in an effort to raise I

: funds for the Animal Rescue Lea. !Rotarians March 1 On You Casting Your Ballot In The

N10NTLTnwT gue in West Palm Beach. Mrs.

fnurr Alice Spooner was the chairman in .,. Upcoming: Bond Election.Remember -

charge. Workers were stationed at The annual Ladies Night for the

the post office and gathered in members and wives of the Paho-

$37.49 for the cause. kee Rotary club has been scheduledfor

2 5Cfc- FREE PARKING Workers had planned to work Thursday night March I, according -

from a table in front of the bank; to Robert O. Lampi, pres-

but the cold weather prevented this ident of the club.
QUINIEIAS EVERY RACE The Date
particular operation. Officials from The festive occasion has been
DAILY DOUBLE 1st 2ndlUXUtlOUS
the organization in West Palm I planned for the Community Build-

Beach came to the Glades on Wed- ing, Canal Point; and a sumptuous

CLUBHOUSEKENNEL nesday: of this week to collect the dinner is in the making, accordingto

money and extend their thanks to Mr. Lampi. "We are planning a Fri. Jan. 26,1962AT

the local group for their efforts. special program which we hope
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IA will be of interest to each and every ,

Miss Elinor Brackin Miss Jean person in attendance," the presi-

CLUB Kay Friend, Miss Denise Friend I dent of the organization added.

and Mrs. D. L. Friend went to The Community Building' was PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL GYMrl.

WEST OKBELVEDERE Stuart Sunday afternoon to visit chosen for the annual affair because -

/ with Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Brackin of I of the fact that it provides.
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