The Everglades news
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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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IrEffective..Drainage "-

I Building group The will Canal in meet Canal Point at Point the Civil Community next Defense Fri- :. In Pahokee Areas VISITS US TODAY II I Sugar Acreage MayBe

day to Director night, G.February L. Lanham 2, according of Canal .I[ In Hands Of Freeholders TodayAs Restricted For

Point.be attended At this by meeting one and,which all who is are to They Vote On $300,000 Bond IssueWhat 1983 Cane Crops j

interested in this all-important program -

final steps of organization I
will be taken and plans made for an the future holds for the City of Pahokee and the East Beach WASHINGTON The Agriculture -
Drainage District in the way of efficient drainage is in the hands of said
official visit of the Palm Beach a oFf Department Wednesdayit
r the freeholders of the district today (Friday. January 26)) as they go
is cf .
County Civil Defense Director.Col. to the polls at the High School Gym to vote yes or no on the proposed y: { Tb considering possibility
Ellis Altman. bond issue. The proposal calls for the expenditure of $300,000.00 for a establishing acreage restrictionson
i Director Lanham' said yesterdaythat complete overhaul and rebuilding of the present inadequate drainage the-1963 sugar cane crop in the

organization of the unit is go- set-up. mainland' producing states of Louisiana -
'\ ing along at a splendid rate and There are around 700 freeholders in the district and state law requires -a'nd Florida. '
,that a majority of these take part in the election to make it An informal "
hearing on a
those taking part have shown an pos-
legal. Then with a majority participating it is necessary, of course I -_._--- --
unusually interesting effort to get for a majority to favor the proposal if the bond issue is to go overtA \ sible acreage allotment program
the job done. Permanent assign- great deal of interest has been shown in the area by many, many GOV. FARRIS BRYANT will be'held by the department inNewiOrleans I

ments will be made at the upcoming folks who can remember stagnant water in their yards and on their Florida's Governor Farris Bry Feb 6, ':

meeting, the director said,,and lots as a result of inadequate drainage during a rainy spell. ant will arrive at the Pahokee Air- No restrictions will be appliedon
Canal Point will, in all probability, The Engineering Report and Revised Plan of Reclamation, preparedby the crop this year. Acreage allotment ,i
have one of .the finest active defense Gee.and Jenson, Consulting Engineers, provided for,the construction port at 2:45 p. m. today (Friday) in 1963 could .be applied
: From there he- will l be taken on a _
of a 150,000 gal1on'.pminute capacity modern and up to date *
units in the if however, only if new sugar control
county present *pumping plant located just south of the home of H. J. Anderson tour of the sugar industry in the
plans materialize. discharging through two large culverts directly into Lake Okee- Glades. A group of interested legislation is enacted at this session -

Various departmental levels have chobee. The plant will be capable of pumping water from the Dis- sugar men will meet the governor. of Congress.The .
been filled, the director said, and trict into the Lake and also pumping water from the Lake into the department said restrictions
George Wedgworth, president of
those deputies have shown a signal District. probably'would be necessary for
interest in their assignments. To Engineering shows the cost of the entire bond issue when divided the Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative the 1963 crop even if material increases -
among landowners will amount to 90c a year on a lot 75 feet by 100 of Florida with a $13,000,000
date those chosen are as follows: I in the marketing quota for
feet in Pahokee. This seems like a mighty small amount of cash when mill under construction on Airport
Medical: Dr. W. C. Young and the mainland cane sugar area are
one thinks of the great advantage of a new and efficient drainage Road at Belle Glade. will head upa
Dr. W. T. Gist.Engineering. set-up. provided by new legislation. It said
delegation to show and give the
: O. H. Sheppard and recent estimates of high productionof
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Charles Maxson.Transportation. may be destroyed or damaged. Replenishment the 1961 crop and reports of
I Coach Pell's Mother the Glades sugar industry. Fred
greatly increased for the
: J. G. Weeks. acreages
I may be delayed for
Sikes of the U. S. Sugar Corp.,
Communications: Henry Kautz months; Sustaining life surviving Passes SuddenlyThe with a $13,000,000 mill under con- 1962 crop in Florida, indicate that
and L. F. Gingery. I early consideration to the development -
population may depend upon the
struction at Bryant, will join Mr.
Safety: Gene Haggins. establishment of a restricted program is es
I of stringent con- body of Mrs. Marie Ingram Wedgworth and others on the

Welfare: D. L..Hooks. trols.Mission. Pell, mother of Pahokee High sugar tour.Funeral. sential.Equipment. -
James Gibson has been named : During any extended School Coach Web Pell was returned -

Assistant Director to Director emergency it will be the mission of I to her native West Virginia this Sought

Lanham. Canal Point's Civil Defense Council week following her sudden pass-

Present plans call for passage by to provide relief for victims of I ing late Saturday night while she I Services "

. the County Commission of a resolu- enemy attack or victims of any was visiting her son. She was a For New S. S. RoomsThe

tion giving the Civil Defense Unit widespread disaster seeking havenin retired registered ntirse.
For Rev. Hatf field
full power and authority in case of Canal Point, to protect the welfare -I Survivors include two other sons,
Building Committee of the
an emergency. This particular move of the Town's residents, to William and James of Weirton W.
: Canal Point Baptist Church to-
c is necessary because the town is maintain order, and support the Va. Rosary services were conducted .'
Funeral services were held Mon-
gether with the special Decorating -
<< unincorporated. i County and .State's survival pro Sunday night at St. Mary CaL
day 'afternoon for Rev. Oliver Hat-: Committee i composed of Mrs.
i The organization plan is to prescribe :gram. olic,church in Pahokee--- .
; emergency measures and Functions. To accomplish the field who passed away Sunday following -: Edythe Smith, Chairman, Mrs. Paul
i .-- Rardin and .Mrs. J. E., :Williams,
to become effective I
procedure proceeding mission; the Caria' several months hospitalization. -;

'when an attack occurs within the I I Point Civil Defense Council! 'will:! He was a retired Methodist held a, most important meeting
'DemonstrationWork Monday night, January 22,
continental United States, or in Warn the general public'of threatened i study
minister and a former pastor of the .
ing the Jeeda.of. the Recreation
of serious I
case any emergency.It attack; Furnish forces and
Canal Point Methodist church. He I Room of the New Building. '
is the of this
also planto
purpose equipment for common defense; Is
prescribe means for Consolidating -i j I Monitor radiation levels, Evacuate PlannedOn made his home in Pahokee with a i The,R ereation room is a dual-

Council forces of the Town with areas in excess of radiation levels daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Williams.The pUrPoserpom, housing the Primary

the forces of the County and State, I I Deny access to areas so contaminated Thursday, February 1, an effort funeral 'was held in the Canal Department; pf the Sunday School
Methodist with and serves as a Social Hall for the
and for coordinating their Establish traffic I Point
ment; Sustaining life emPloy-I I controls to expedite personnel will be made by the HomeDemonstration' Rev. Robert Shelley of the local Church ,Plans for providing a wall

people of the Town and those who:' movement Establish holding areas Department of the church and Rev. T. C. O'Steen of which is removable, when social

may seek refuge there.It and welfare centers. county to organize a chapter for the Pahokee Methodist church of- events so require, is under consideration -

be assumed that If ficiating. Burial was at Port May- .. '
may an Impose restrictions on the distribution women in Pahokee and Canal

enemy attack is made upon any' of all commodities and Point. The meeting will be held at aca.Survivors The.'Decorating Committee will

target in the United States, Flor- supplies if enemy attack is immin- the in Canal. include two sons Glen visit several other Baptist Churches -
Community Building
ida targets will be attacked either ent. and Kyle of Pahokee and a daughter in Palm Beach County, ob-

simultaneously, or immediately Point at 10 a. m. and all women Mrs. Williams, four grandchildren serving their equipment and will

'subsequent thereto; Multiple attacks Mrs. W. S. Evans and Mrs. J. D. in the two communities are cordially and three great grandchildren.Active make a report very* soon to the

occurring within the State Latham attended the executive invited.: pall bearers were: Charles Building Committee.The .

will disrupt coordinating activities; board meeting at the Palm Lake Miss Miriam LoPinto, assistant Brown, A. R. Harrington, Gaulden matter of securing chairs

Areas of the State will be ,isolatedfor Baptist Association at Belvedere home demonstration agent, will be Harrington, D. L. Hooks, Ben Mills and tables for the building was discussed -

an indefinite period; Cities escaping Baptist Church in West Palm in charge of'the meeting and the and W. E. Johnson. Honorary pall but further information

the attack will be host to Beach, Thursday. organization. If women in the two bearers were: Dr. F. H. Poteete, was needed before definite action

hundreds of homeless survivors. communities are interested in the Dr. R. L. Hatton, Dr. Rex C. Ram can be taken to secure these items.J. .

Some areas escaping attack may Mrs Robert Shelley is back at proposed program they are urgedto say, John Bolton, Grady Boynton, S. Atkins is the Chairman of

.be made untenable by radiation her position at the Pahokee Ele- take' a little time on February Ray Hawk, Sr., F. S. Parrish, A. L. the Furnishing Committee. GradyT.

fallout; 50 to 75% of the State's mentary School following illness at 2, and attend this meeting at the Pope, Frank Gillls, Gene Butler and Echols is the General Chairman

total supply of commodities,' etc. her home in Canal Point. Community Building. I Joef Brown. I of the Building Committee.


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w Yw f Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point:, Florida: Friday, January 26, 1962

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. I CARD,OJ!' THANHS Called To Lake
. Lake Dike Plan T '
The family of Rev. Oliver Hat-

. field wishes to express our sincere Butler By Death

\,','.. Cost $2 MillionEnlargment appreciation to our friends for the
lovely flowers cards, prayers, J. G. Weeks of Canal Point and
',. : food and many other kindnesses brother I. W. Weeks of Pahokeewere

f, of the Dike along shown us, and to the Everglades called to Lake Butler Mondayof \

____ the south shore of Lake Okeechobee Memorial Hospital staff and Doc- -this week by the death of their
to permit the giant lake to im- tors for their excellent care duringthe sister Mrs. Ada Williams. Murray

pound greater quantities of water recent illness and death of our Weeks and his sister, Mrs. Edd

will be started soon by the U. S. beloved Hamilton of Lake Worth and Seth

Q Army Corps of.Engineers.Bids father.The Oliver Hatfield Roberts of Pahokee accompaniedthem

1The on the $2 million enlarge- Family. and attended the funeral

ment program will be opened on I ..- .-- services in Lake Butler Tuesday.

Feb. 13, Colonel J. V. Sollohub, district Mrs. Ed Forbes of West Palm .

Rardin Building Canal Point, Florida engineer, announced today. Beach visited her sister Mrs. .I, W. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY

This will be the first enlarge- Barrett recently. BIG DIVIDENDS
ment of the levees since they were

, constructed in 1934-30. Dredged
EVERGLADES NEWSServing material from the lake will add 11

to 8 of height to the existing
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without feet
dikes, bringing them to an average
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years
height of 25 feet. Existing levees
Established March II 1924 Published
Every Friday along the southerly rim of the lake

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe are 19.22 feet high.

Some of the 5 and one-half mil 1312 : :
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn FireWOrks
lion cubic yards of material dredged -
Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter beauty contest] I
from the lake will be used to .

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher' construct tree islands in the vicinityof Gr.lLDENI.JUIB1Lr:119GI Stock car races ,

Belle Glade and to widen the horse show
M to! existing tree islands in the Clew- f
I Song fests I
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's r iston area. In all, some 13 and one-
half miles of levees will be height- -
Meeting Of The Palm Beach ened and new tree islands will be JANUARY' 26 FEBRUARY 3

placed over a three or four mile !
County CommissionThe stretch in the lake to serve as wind- 25c
II Adults 75c-StudcntsteM[ fc)5Qc-Children t
breaks and help retard erosion of
Follow the red arrows
the levees during storms. -
county commission this due-on-a-current bond-issue-beingpaid I The levee enlargment extends tf A A Open Daily 10'ajn.-Sunday 1 p.m.
iU ? West Palm Beach
week off. from about two miles southeast of S H Ol.
heard that it would lave
The board agreed to immediately j I{ Hurricane Gate 2 at Clewiston to )*0> to* P** *S> SsS>*SJ
about $12 million dollars in a proposed -
make up a list of proposed road I j I Hurricane Gate 4 at the Hillsboro
bond issue to use for county and North New River west
and bridge: projects to be financedby Canals
road improvements.The the bonds and authorized the I. of Belle Glade. The successful bidder -

commission Monday heard a Attorney, engineer and fiscal agent will have almost two years to Thinking About Building?
report from County Attorney Har to proceed with preliminary work I complete the work. Other contracts

ry Johnston saying that anticipated on the bond issue. Target date for J will be let later for further enlarg-

gas tax revenue would supporta sale of the bonds is set for July 1. I r.'lent of the levees.
bond issue to $15 million. .. For Free Estimates Call
up I The proposal, after its final -
From that amount the county! draft, must be approved by the f. ATTEND PLAYHOUSE
would deduct about $2& million I Iwuwwvw State Road Department. Mrs. Claude Shirley, Mrs. M. P.

"" Stanley, Mrs. H. M. McIntosh Mrs. WILEY TILLIS'General
Wiley Tillis and Mrs. Paul Rardin
dly'beat on the door trying to get
Rardin Loses One attended the opening performanceof j
in the lounge before it opened. Building Contractor
the Royal Playhousein ;
Commissioner Paul Rardin, Canal -
More Liquor RoundAbsence Point long a foe of the airport Palm Beach.on. .Thursday. J Box 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127Today's ,;

cocktail lounge, said the operator
Miss Kay Hughes of Orlando'was !
knew what the hours were when he
I the weekend guest of her I ..
of par- --- -- ----
two county commis-
made the lease, so he'made a motion
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hughes.
sioners from the regular board that the hours remain unchanged.

meeting Monday resulted in a It was up to Commissioner E. F. Modern Homes Built .1
three-way Van Kessel to second the motion ... are .
squeeze play over one I
piece of business taken up at the since chairman Lake Lytal was I Classified AdsFOR
session. presiding. Van Kessel declined to

An attorney, representing the second Rardin's motion so it died

operator of a new cocktail loungeat for lack of a second. RENT-Rooms. Lucky Star

International Airport, appeared Moments later CommissionerVan I Dude Ranch. Phone 9480. J12ch

before the board to ask that Sun- Kessel moved that the matterbe
day hours be changed to allow a,12 referred to the attorney for I SUGAR BOOM is sure to hit. If

o'clock opening at the terminal. study and recommendation. Com- you have a spare room or two for

The attorney said the operator was missioner Rardin refused to second I I I rent, why not place an ad in this
the motion. Chairman Lytal then column and watch results. A phone
losing a lot of business because he: I I I
couldn't earlier to vacated his chair to second the Van call and $1.00 will get .he job done. I
open accommodate t
Sunday customers who.report- Kessel motion and called for a vote. I I HOMES FOR SALE: Two New I
Rardin lost his round but had the i
Homes Open and For Sale.
privilege of casting a nay vote I
[ Greenstar Avenue, Fla.
the :t '- j
against proposal. ,
Henry and Jon Merkel Construction
ciBOurr Company. Dec 29-J26ch ti I
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daily. If you advertise in this
Chancery No. 61-C-852-D 'Mail A Letter classified column, folks will know I
Shirley Ann Willis, :
where to find that spare room. WITH
: Send $1.00 and copy for your ad to

Lanier S.vs.,Willis :: A postal rate hike is in the making The Everglades News,Canal Point, CONCRETE MASONRYComfort

Defendant : in Washington. On Tuesday of Fin
this week the lower House of Congress 1

To: Lanier.S. Willis voted favorably to raise the near the lake. Phone, Hub Spooner durability, long lasting beauty is
cx Isaac Willis cost of a first' class letter from Pahokee 7128. U

Route 1Vldalla four cents to'''five cents. At 'the found in today's modern home built of strong,

: Georgia same time they favored a four cent j FOB SALE: Maytag Gas Range !

You are hereby notified :that post card ,and an 8 cent air mail I| four large burners ,large oven fire-safe concrete masonry. They possess insulating c _

Shirley Ann Willis has filed-a Bill stamp. and'broiler, 2 storage compart- qualities too, with the "built-in" airspace

of Complaint against youvfor ':4ivorce .The'raise would bring in an extra ments, time clock. Regular $298, h

and you are required to serve ,. 700-million ,dollars to the Federal used very little. Looks new. Less of each block unit. Ask the man wko

a copy of your answer,to the complaint government The lower House's than half price. Phone 7600 in Pa- has used it. For quality block precision r

: on the plaintiffs Attorney vote does not mean that it is anew hokee.

Thadd Whldden P. O.BoxJ7Q6VFa-; % law as yet. It remains for the Sen- FOB SALS? New and'used WBly made on.Stearns equipment.- see us today.
1 1'ItOYID
okee, Florida, and file the origin :
ate to pass before going into ef- ;Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Gang
answer in the office of the Clerk.of .
In Belle Glad, Phone 8038.
the Circuit Court of Palm Beach fect.The
measure would raise mail Oct. .11-M-ch.
County, Florida on or. before they
rates even 'more than Pre: dentKennedy's
5th day of February, 1061;, if,you IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION.paid''in
proposals designed to
fail: so to do, judgment: ,.default advance? Well don't be :going
trim'the-postal deficit. It also con-
will be taken against ,you'Tor'therelief off on any trips until,you send us
demanded in the complaint. tains a ban on 'Communist props our $2.00. The hunting season is at

DATED this 3rd day of January, ganda mail which the administration hand. It will take only the price of I

962. opposed. a half box of shells to pay up your
J. ALEX ARNETTE Tentative approval was given subscription. Send along that check
Clerk of Circuit'Cour when the 'House adopted the administration I
today to The Everglades News,
Circuit Court Seal) backed bill as substitute
( Box AA Canal Point 'Fla.
By Thaddie P. Plant. for a '550-million dollar i
Deputy Clerk rate increase:approved last fall by .WANTED: White woman to live '!
'Thadd Whldden the Hou3e-PoSt Office Committee. in and care ''for elderly'-woman. GLADZ.FLAt

Attorney for Plaintiff The bill also'would increase rates Light duties-room and board-furn- PHONE 7185 PHONEWY,65M9I f

Pahokee, Florida for mailing newspapers magazinesand ished. Good pay. Call 1310.Canal I :."/ .'" "

:Publish: Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26, 1962. advertising circulars. Point. F2pd.


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Friday, January 26, 1962 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Page Three

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Junior. College To ,Chicken Supper To .:J-, SpedalDaysFor I Baptist Missionary I Business CourseAt

Earn Church, Cash' In Monday MeetingThe

Offer New Courses Palm Beach Co.FairSpecial I I 0 Belle Glade Hi ;
Members of the Church 'of God General meeting of the Ca-

I of Prophecy will sponsor'a chicken nal Point Baptist Woman's Miss-
The University of Florida Ex- supper at the Community Buildingin Days to be observed dur- ionary society held their January The Palm Beach County Voca-

tension Division will offer two I Canal Point (Tonight) Friday ing the Golden Anniversary Jubileeof meeting at the Church on Monday tional School, in cooperation with

courses in personnel management I i,'" nigh They cordially invite their I the South Florida Fair and Exposition night January 22 at'8 p. m. Pellon Morris, Principal 'of Belle

and office management at Palm ![ many friends to be with them in Jan. 26-Feb. 3, have been Mrs. J. D. Latham, President, Glade High School, is offering

Beach Junior College, it was announced -I j their effort to raise money to com- ;cnnounced by W. A. Boutwell, Sr., presided the business session, : evening instruction in the field of

today by Dr. Paul W. Graham I I plete their church in Pahokee. J ]president of the South Florida Fair and the pr gram was under the Business Education. This Instruction -

Director, Evening Division of The foundation is down and i ij Association. direction of Mrs. Charles Maxson is part of the School Board's

the college. !j I blocks have been laid for the new I The grand preview opening at and. Mrs. A. T. Holt. "Caring Not I Vocational Education program and

MGT 373-Personnel Manage structure and members are working 7 p. m., Friday, Jan. 26, will be for the Ways of God" was the I is for adults 16 years of age or
ment (3 semester hours) is a com- hard to raise more money with highlighted with honors for the theme of the program with the em- : over who are not regularly enrolled -

parison and evaluation of public which to continue .their building.For Farm Family of the Year, to be an- phasis being put >n 30,000 churchesand in high school. There is no tUItion -

and private personnel practicesand several years a handful of the nounced when the fair opens. In missions. Others on program fee; 'however, there is a small
techniques of recruiting, selecting members of the church have worked salute to them the date is desig- were: Mrs. R.T. Smith and Mrs. J. registration fee and students must

transferring, promoting, faithfully to earn cash for their nated Agricultural Day. H..Strayer. furnish their own supplies.An .
classifying and training ,workers. new building. Maybe you can help Saturday, Jan- 27, is Youth Activities 'Mrs. Charles Maxson gave. the organizational meeting was

The course will be offered on them a little tonight by attending Day, with recognition being Devotional Thoughts and Mrs. D. I held at Belle Glade High School at

Wednesday nights second semester their chicken supper. given to 4-H Club, Future Farmers P. Hughes, General Prayer 'Chairman 7:30 Monday evening, January 22.
with registration and the first of America and other youth or- gave the call to prayer. Typing classes will meet two nightsa
class meeting set for February 7. I ganizations.Miss week from 7:30 to 10:00 for nine
MGT 374-office Management I Local Garden Club South Florida Fair'of 1962 % 1 I weeks. The registration fee is $5.00.:

(3 semester hours) teaches the fundamentals I will be selected at a Teen-Queen Progress Report Classes began Wednesday January -

of office organization, I Has GoodProgram beauty contest Saturday night. I I 24. Beginning Bookkeeping will

layout, record keeping, clerical I Jan. 27 is also to be observed as I not be offered at this time; however -
J operations, management of office Dade.County Day and Monroe On /2 Million Drive I advanced Bookkeeping will

personnel, and control of output. There were thirty-seven presentat County Day.Congressmen's. I meet',one night a week from 7:00to :

This course will be offered.: on the Canal,Point Garden Club Day will be observed For Boca Raton U. : 10:00 :for 15 weeks. The regi-

Friday nights, beginning on.February supper meeting at the Community Sunday, Jan. 28, in honor of stration fee is $2. Classes begin

9. Paul G. Rogers member of Congress Tuesday'January 30. .
Students may register at the |visitors Sixth Congressional District. First progress report on the cam- I Thoseinterested in obtaining additional -

general office of the college. A j J. W. Barrett, Miss Julia Mathis, The date also marks Family Day paign to raise a minimum of I I information may call Mrs.
miximum of 20 students is requiredfor Mrs. M. F. George, Mr. and Mrs. and All Counties Day. A highlightwill $500,000 for the new University at Duxbury at WY 6-5689 in Belle

each course. Ralph Duran, W. P. Jernigan, Mr. be the traditional ceremony in Boca Raton will be made on Thurs- Glade.

and Mrs. A. R. Harrington, (Mrs.: which officials of the 12 South day, February 1, C. Robert Burns, :w---r.--.c. ;.= .
( Livestock'xhibit Mrs. \v. P. Jernigan 'and Albert Florida counties combine .freshwater general chairman, in making the
Miss Hand Will See
I Fremd. from their counties in the announcement, predicted that at

The program was given by Al- Plaza fountain to symbolize unity least $50,000 would be reported American Ballet
AtFairToBeGood bert Fremd and Mrs. W. P. Jerni and abundance of natural re from West Palm Beach with per-

gan.On sources. haps another $50,000 from the j I Miss Linda Hand, daughter QI
Arbor Day, the Club planteda On School Day, Monday, Jan. 29. Boca Raton area. I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hand of Pa
\t. TAMPA-Sixty livestock exhibitors fiddle leaf ficus tree in the park. students will be admitted to the What ever the actual figures are, hokee is an instructor at the Im.

; from 17 Florida,counties and : After the planting the group wentto grounds free until 6 p. m. The day they will represent pledges from 1 I pedal Ballet in Palm Beach and

eight other states have ,filled the 1 1I the home of Mrs. Glenn Powell II j will also be marked with a tribute I the memorial and special gifts di- I has been invited by one of her

I, barns of the Florida State Fair I where Mrs. W. S. Evans gave avery to teachers and recognition to vision. R. D. (Dick) Hill is 'chair former ballet teachers, Miss Victoria
interesting talk on the found Okeechobee and man of the West Palm Beach
Hendry County. group
Lee member
of the American
.J with nearly 600 pure bred prize entries -
ing of Arbor Day. ---
I : of 50 volunteer workers. WilliamH. Ballet Theatre of New
1 for the finest dairy and beef Delicious refreshments were Hallman heads the division in I York

::1 cattle exhibitions in the exposition's I served by Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Puerto Rico 'Will Boca Raton. I' Thursday City, to attend at the a Dade performance County '

57-year history.R. M. C. Carter. Hallman conducted his third and ,
_Auditorium in Miami, where they
D. Jackson, the fair's livestock Mr. Fremd is presenting the cluba I Fail Sugar Quota final indoctrination meeting Tuesday are performing all this week.

committee chairman, an- lovely areca palm given to his evening, January 23, and now :....-.. .
nounced the figure represents a wife by the late F. E. Bryant. The I has approximately 60 workers

::sizeable! increase over last year, i Palm tree is to be planted in ths Puerto Rico again will fail to making calls. Year-Round Study.
, park in of Mr. and Mrs. produce enough sugar to fill its
particularly the spread of geographic I I memory i iI Early reports from Boca indicate
Albert Fremd. j quota, says Juan B. Garcia Men- that in has been
! interest. Among out-of- I excess of $30,000 ,
'. tate exhibitors are the Universityof I I dez, executive: secretary of the pledged there toward the area-wide; I.For Universities
Georgia which will show Angus Valuable Bass Is Puerto Rico Sugar Producers'- total of $100,000 needed by February -*
t :land Hereford entries along with sociation, who forecast a 200,000-. 1 to pay architects' fees. I I
Worth Cash For many years state school men:
ton deficit.
exhibitors of these and other breeds $500 A solicitation committee has i
from Connecticut, Iowa, Georgia, I "We will bring in more or less been organized in Delray Beach ut-j I have advocated year-round opera-
Maryland, Missisippi, Ohio, South 0I r TAMPA-$500 almost got fried the same amount as last year," der Neil E. MacMillan. John L.I I tion of state universities and now
Garcia Mendez said as the harvestin such a plan will become a reality in
; Carolina and Virginia. n Mrs. Bates' skillet. Mrs. HarryT. Remsen heads a similar group in
I Florida. At Tuesday's meeting of
\ Dairy cattle will hold the fair Bates, 52-year-old grandmother Puerto Ricogot underway.Last Riviera Beach.
the State Cabinet the plan was
I spotlight the first week of the fair, year Puerto produced Both groups will begin soliciting
I of Lakeland was thawing out a 1,109,000 tons, or 261,000 tons shortof I okehed and it 'will go into effect
6-10 with beef cattle business
February the I firms and community !
'I bass she had 'tons. The this fall.'Based.
' show scheduled for the second caught and frozen n its quota of 1,370,000 leaders this week. \

'\i week, February 1217. Parades of few weeks ago and which she planned 1 island's preliminary quota for 1962is The Palm Beach organization I on the tri-mester system,

\I Champions will be held both weeks. to fry for her family's supper. 1,335,000 a figure which includes currently is being set up, according I the plan will guarantee all univer-

... On getting ready to clean it she 1,205,000 tons for export to I to C. Robert Burns, general cam- sity instructors two and a half trimesters

Ii Calling Shower noticed just behind the upper lip of the U. S. mainland and 130,000 tons paign chairman, and will swing I of work at an 11 per cent

the fish a V-shaped tag stamped for local consumption.Last into intensive action next week. pay increase. Some professors will
For Mrs. Betty Young "Schlitz" and bearing a number. week six mills had started West Palm Beach team captains teach another one-half tri-mester,

,I Turned out it was a fish from l Uit grinding in Puerto Rico, with the include: Robert D. Tylander H. at a 20 per cent increase on top of

'I' A bridal calling shower honoring year's Schlitz $500,000 Fishing average yield of 9.347 per cent. Thisis Elmo Robinson, William H. Pruitt, the 11 per cent.

I,, Mrs. Betty Rae Gillis Young whose Derby, which is now being repeated below the low yield of 9.420 per J. K. Roberts, J. L. Waugh and Students who go to school year

,! wedding to Sonny Young took around the state. cent registered last year. Joseph B. Shearouse, Jr. round will be able to complete a

Ii; place at Northwood Baptist Churchin Turned, out also, it was one of a Garcia Mendez said governmentaid normal four-year degree in a'.little
West Palm Beach on December number of 1961 tags designated by is badly needed by the sugar industry -. less than three years.

;: I ,28, was held at the home of Mrs.R. the Jos. Schlitz Brewing Companyfor if it is to regain its vigor Jernigan CircleIn The plan was hailed by board of
F. Hurt Thursday evening of special $500 'conservation and end the slump Which has plag- control member Frank Buchanan of

:' last week. Mrs. Lester Hand, Mrs. awards. After she got this news ued it for the five consecutive years Regular MeetingThe Miami as "history making and precedent -

:Po e" Sears, Mrs. Joe, Thompson, .!Thursday from James J. Musso, the' Puerto Rico has not been able to breaking." Gov. Farris Bry-
Mrs: Horace Unvrtn.'Mrs. i Schlitz ,wholesaler Lakeland,I meet its quota. Grace Jernigan :'Circler J : ant, however, bad some reserva-
"caid BiUKin-1 I ---- the Pahokee ,Baptist.l Churchtniejt+ ] tions. .:.!
Mrs. Bill she said "I had to take one of my \ tl
[Billy Sheffield,. Mrs. D is. green pills to get some sleep" I Study Week; Plan at th.e.home of'Mrs. H.:C, GrahamTuesday f Bryan lsaid he firmed} to watch

I gett and ilrs.xHlF.. : Hurt were the" I 'I had been praying for tax : night.:3t'rs.: Graham,'cfrcle} l ;, the operation closely to make sure
For Local Baptists chairman, presided over the business it was a true year-round
hostesses.>:. money,and:fertilizer money for the gram
peppers." confided Mrs. Bates. She I. meeting. Mrs. W. M.;DuBose' and not just two full trif esters
The Canal Point Baptist Church. *
was in charge of the during the fall, winter and
bell program. I spring
Expect Traffic On grows peppers on 'a one-acre plans a Church-wide week Study
After the devotional Mrs. and'a Badly}
plot on their land at 3195 TampaHighway. I given by attended summer trimester -
sponsored by the ; Union "
New Turnpike In '63 Mrs. DuBose, the program was presented :
Bates had been set- I Department of the Church I
'. by Mrs. M. J. Sapp, Mrs. Wiley The .1961 legislature provided
ting out plants when she
pepper 'ning Monday 29 at
night January ,
SARASOTA Traffic will bel I received the Tilli Mrs. Bob Douthit, Mrs. about $2.2 million in addition to
good news and askedto 7:30 p. m. The Classes will be held
Frank Thompson and Mrs. Mary normal, monies for the
moving on the extension of Flor- be allowed to "get out of
Monday, Tuesday, Thursdayand '
ida's turnpike by October, 1963, Hammond. universities on the. condition the
pepper-setting clothes" and
put on Friday nights, 7:30 to 9 p. m. -1\
says Turnpike Authority Chairman dress for year-around plan be put into effect
a a photograph.But Rev. Guthrie Colvard, Pastor of -
John Hammer. this fall Cabinet action opens th,
she hopes that maybe they the Pahokee Baptist Church,. will
Hammer revealed his I New Student Center door to the board of control to
prediction will be able to put aside enough of direct the study for those who are
luring the Legislative Weekend the Schlitz prize to buy an electric 17 years old and up through the University Of Tampa claim' the additional money.
when the city of Sarasota Boar0 Director Broward Culpep-
played starter for her husband's outboard adult ages. Mrs. Colvard will meet -
host to Florida's officials per assured the Cabinet the $2.2
and law
motor, which the family uses on with those of the ages of 9 to 13. TAMPA-"Operation CAP", an million
makers.. Gov. Farris Bryant was on frequent fishing trips to Dead I The Pastor, Charles D. Stewart, effort to raise funds for a new stu- was adequate.
hand'and said he was, Culpepper said there would not
"delighted"with River between
,I Lake Harris and will meet with those who are 13 dent center at the University of be
the,prospects of speedy completion Eustis in Lake I an even spread of students in
County, she through 16 of
years age. Tampa, was termed "one of theuniversity's all three tri-mesters
of the addition of the turn caught the lucky bass.. during the
The workers who with
meet the. finest public relations ,
i pike from Ft. Pierce to Wildwood. .. first year operation..
various each week : "
age groups are job
: Original estimates called Under present plans, the first
for finishing AT GOOD SAMARITAN
. asked to be in the classes with their I Nearly 1,000 students recently tri-mester will start 10 the
the 156-mile-extension in 24 Sept. ---
age groups. There will be a period thronged through downtown Tam-
second will
,, months but Hammer said he was Mrs. W. R. Wilson is a patientat of get under way Jan. 7,
fellowship and refreshments
instructing the I pa stores and shopping centers to 1963, and the third will start tmfoUowfn& -
turnpike authority the Good Samaritan Hospital in each evening. Mrs. R. J. Maxson
help The stores in turn
gavea late
, personnel to set October of next'I West Palm Beach. She had April or early May.
surgeryThursday. is Training Union Director I
I the l the for share of the day's proceeds to The .half summer, tri-mester will
year as target date. the1-'Church.
fund drive.
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" I :PERSONAL: : NEWS: NOTES ]I' w-':'-He, .Wffl' : :Graduate. .-_ ,+, ,': I I, Evelyn Wed Ann J. RushingMr. StacyTo Jones-Scoggin Met Thursday NightThe Circle I

f .. -,.>..' and Mrs. J. D. Stacy of Bryant Annie Jones-Hannah Scog-

of i: Florida announce the engage- gin Circle of the Canal Point Bap-
Mr. and Mrs. James Raley Mrs. W. S. Evans Mrs. M. C.

Cincinnati, Ohio, are the house f Carter Mrs. L. W. Armstrong and ment of their daughter, Evelyn tist Church met at the home of Mrs.J. .
S. Atkins
guests of their daughter and family I Mrs. Don Hillier attended the opening Ann to Jerry Thomas Rushing son Thursday night.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson of I II performance of the Royal Poin- of Mr. and Mrs. George Rushing of There were eight members pres-

Pahokee. I ciana Playhouse in Palm Beach Pahokee.The ent. Mrs. Charles Maxson chairman -

Wayne Hundley, son of Mr. and Wednesday. presided over the business
i bride-elect is a senior at Pa-
< meeting. Edward Rogers had
Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, was able to
i Mrs. R. J. Schroder returned to
High School and is an active charge of the
and the
return to his home Tuesday from I her home Saturday from JacksonI gave
member of the Pahokee High devotional. Mrs. D. P. Hughes had
the Memorial Hospital -
Everglades I
I Memorial Hospital in Miami following -
School Band and the Beta Club. the call to
prayer. Mrs. Laith Nail,
where he had been confined for
a two weeks stay, having undergone I
Rushing attended Pahokee Mrs.
Cecil Clark and Mrs. Charles
twelve days with heptatitis.M. .
eye surgery.Mr. High School and is now servingtwo Maxson had
C. Carter is able to be, out parts on the program.
and Mrs. M. P. Stanley and years in the U. S. Army. He -- .
confinement to his
again following Attorney and MF Ralph Johnson is presently stationed at Fort Mr. and Mrs. Seth Roberts of

Port Mayaca home for several j'I attended the Victor Borge Concert Leonard Missouri.A Pahokeehad as their house guest

days.Mr.. and Mrs. Rupert Mock will J at Miami, Beach Auditorium Thursday lF June Wedding is being plan- last Thursday her cousin, Mrs. S.

night. ned. J. Pendelton of Avon Park.
leave this afternoon for Tallahassee -
; I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mills and son,
where they will attend the
Paul, was called to Luverne, Alabama -
graduation exercises of their son Sunday due to the death of *+MM 111 H 111111111 i i 11111 i 111 n t1 M 11 ni i 11 j 1 It
Rupert, Jr., from F. S. U. He will
Mrs. !Mills father, J. J. Nicholas, I RUPERT MOCK, JR.
receive his B. S. Degree.
whose funeral was held Tuesday THEATRESPRINCE
Mrs. James Gibson is continu- afternoon in Luverne. I Rupert Mock Jr., of Pahokee will

ing as substitute teacher for :Miss be graduated from Florida State
Rupert Mock Jr., son of Mr. and
Marabella in the first and second University tomorrow (Jan. 27) at LAKE DRIVE-IN
Mrs. Rupert Mock of Pahokee, is
grades at the Migratory Camp. Tallahassee where he will receive a
Miss Marabella is ill at the home the guest'of his parents during the Batchelor of Science degree in advertising Paboke Paaokee-Belle Glade Road
semester break at F. S. U. in Tall
of her sister in Fort Lauderdale.Mr. design. He is a member of -
ahassee.Mr. -
Phi and has 2 DIG FEATURES -
I Pi Kappa fraternity
and Mrs. George Dennisonof
Mobile Alabama were the and Mrs. E. B. Gamble were served as decorations chairman, SUNDAY-MONDAY -TUESDAY
the guests of their daughter and I SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
social JANUARY
luncheon guests of Mrs. H. M..Mc- corresponding secretary, 28-2S-SO
Intosh of Pahokee Wednesday. family. Mr. and Mrs.James Latham j chairman pledge trainer in the fra- JANUARY 28-29-SO "THE BIGSHOW"
and daughter Lisa in Cocoa Sun-
ternity. Upon graduation Rupert
They were enroute to Key West. J
| will take a position with the Na- "SWISS FAMILY
Sgt. and Mrs. Ed Nicholas and day.Mr.
and Mrs. B. R. Mosley were tional office of Pi Kappa Phi as a ROBINSON"
sons have been stationed in the U. ESTER WILLIAMS AND
business visitors in Tampa several j traveling counselor. This positionwill
S. Army at Panama City have I JOHN MULE, DOROTHYI''F'' ROBERTSON
days this past week. entail his visiting various
been sent to Orlando. While Sgt. -AIlG-
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross are chapters across the nationadvis- McGuire, AND JAMES
Nicholas is stationed in Orlando,
Mrs. Nicholas and boys will be i I spending this week with their son ing them of points which could be MACARTHUR Battle Bloody Beach

and family, Mr. and 1r.lrs.Valter help in improving their chapter. '
staying with her parents Mr. and <<..111 M ; MMHv|.Hi II M III 11 tIt I I 1111 If 1 f 111111111 t
Mrs. J. G. Weeks in Canal Point. I I Cross and family in Tampa. Rev. I lie will be working out of Sumter, !
Cross is the postor of the Northeast: South Carolina which is the location I --

Methodist Church in Tampa.W. l of the National office. His first -r----------H-H--:. : : 'vi :--t"' W-H H K-Hoo H: :H-H-H: H-M-J : H :

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING S. Evans, Jr., of Lexington. i j assignment will be in Tuscon Ari- :j:

OF LANDOWNERS OF Kentucky the guest of his parents j zo: a, where he will arrive on February -
Notice is hereby given that pursuantto i Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans, at 2 to assist in reorganizingthe i Plants For Landscaping

PAHOKEE call of the DRAINAGE Board of DISTRICT.Supervisors the of ; their home in Port Mayaca. I' chapter. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert,

annual meeting of the landowners of Miss Velma Williams is able to Mork, Sr., will be in Tallahasseei '
PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT, for be out after being confined to her i tomorrow for the graduation exer- il Ornamental Plants and Trees
the year 1962. will be held at the officeof
said District In the Rardin BuUdlng home for several days with illness. t cise ::: Shrubs and Hedge Plants
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at Canal Point Palm Beach County. Kenneth McIntosh is home for -

Florida at 9:30 o'clock on Monday.in the February forenoon 5.for 1962.the I several days during the semester i Some Tropical and Sub-Tropical

purposes of: break at F. S. U. in Tallahassee. He I Buddy Parker Gets
Florida Fruit Trees include Citrus
1. Electing one Super visor-for a term I some
of three years. Is visiting his mother :Mrs. H. M. -
2. Receiving annual reports and taking McIntosh. 3- and Papaya
,such action with respect College Degree ..
thereto as the landowners may Mrs. Bertha Starling of Sanibel I I! Palms In About 20 Different Varieties ;
determine; and; was the weekend guest of Mr. and

. 3. Transacting may come such before other the meeting.businessas I Mrs. Bill Howard of Pahokee. I, Mack Allen (Buddy) Parker son It Also Annual Flower Plants

BOARD OF SUPERVISORSOF Karl Watson son of Mr. and Mrs. I of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker of
PAHOKEE DRAINAGE I I Paul Watson is able to be out following -
I Canal Point, will receive his Bachelor I i "Plum a" NurseryEdward .
BY: F. E. Conkllng. confinement to his home os
President I I of Science decree in physical
Publish: January 19. 26. 1962. during an illness. education at Murray State Teachers I Olson

College Murray, Kentucky, tonight ;ot.- 3257 Bacom Pt. Rd. Pahokee Fla.
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Yours for Faster Service I Buddy was a member of the varsity -H---X-----X":+:-: :-: : : : :*-: : : :4*: : If: : : : : : : : %-.: : : 1'fi
foot ball team for two years.

I He was a member of Alpha Tau ]
Omega fraternity. He attended the : : : t : I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I : I I 1 1 11 1 1 I I 1 ti
University of Florida for his fresh-I,i

man year. Upon being graduated

Route today he will enter the Universityof !i WE JUST PAID OUT OVER

Indiana, Bloomington Ind., to : .

I work for his masters degree in so i % MILLION DOLLARS IN
He is from
ciology. being graduated
Murray with his grades showing
I him in the upper bracket of his

I class.Woman's Club In : you among the happy hundreds, or the unfortunate ,

,, : r-.nn..mmt.q..RN..1". M I Wednesday Meeting few? If you're one of those who received a

V I ---- i big dividend addition, you'll' 'be happier" ,still;..to know !
The Pahokee Woman's Club held I
: .. '.that'your money, will eontinnato; earn even"more. at
its regular luncheon meeting at the '"":' :, -t .:5 .
club house Wednesday. In the ab- :' '?" ,Our increased high dividend 'rate -'with full Insurance

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_-_- l sence of the president, Mrs. B. R.
for your s savings.. If you missed out BOW'S
Mosley First Vice President, Mrs.

M. P. Stanley, presided.The the time to "get in." Open your account here today.

meeting was opened by the

;.iY._ "' '' '' singing o: America followed by the V .
i iiakeTRAILWAYS. blessing given by Mrs.: Adeline Your Money Now Earns At Our New

Wroten. Mrs. Stanley, program

chairman, introduced Mrs. Doris High Anticipated Dividend

Lane the home economics teacherat

Pahokee High School and she Rate Of 4%%
easiest travel on earth in turn presented'one of her out-

standing pupils who is tops in her PAYABLE SEMIANNUALLYEverglades

Fastest bus service between New York and Miami, achievements. Miss Patsy Keene
serving central Florida points and Jacksonville. New daughter of Coach and Mrs. Leland

cestroom-equipped bus fleet. Keene. She gave a detailed report :
on her activities and different
From Canal Point to: 1-way From Canal Point to: 1-way phases of what it means tobe a

NEW YORK $36.90 JACKSONVILLE. $ 7.70 future home maker. Mrs. Lane FederalSAVINGS

The only Thru service .,(, 4 Thru trips daily presented a very interesting filmstrip

WASHINGTON '$33.20 MIAMI $ 3.07 i on the many different things & LOAN ASSOCIATION
:The only Thru service 4 Trips-faster oerrtce that are involved in making an
(plus tax) (plus tax) I' '
American home maker different. SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10.000 BY 7BDCRAX* BATZMOS
For Information Please Call Committee chairmen gave their AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION j

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M. C. Carter, Agent. Phone 7787 CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE

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"., ..-:.' First Baptist Basketl\laking I

4;;::;: Church, Pahokee Shown Garden Club

Guthrie W. Colvard, Minister "
:' 7 Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Basket-making with cabbage
, : palm leaves was demonstrated to
It Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.
the Pahokee Garden Club by :Mrs. J
fx. Training Union 6:30 p. m.
; Arnold Scruggs of Canal Point at
Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.
:.. i Wednesday Prayer the January meeting Tuesday at
: : ;' Service 7:30 p. m. the home of Mrs. L. W. Armstrong. \. l'
, .J A warm welcome to all. Mrs. C. A. Major, Mrs. Don Hillier -
.6 and Mrs. J. T. Platt were named

I First Methodist I Canal Point The Methodist Church Rosa Nash To Be was to reported a nominating that the committee.club netted It .1

I Church, 'PahokeeRev. Baptist ChurchRev. Canal Point, Florida New B. G. Post MasterActing $289.66 from its fund-raising pro-

ject, the sale of holiday fruit cakes.
I T. C. O'Steen Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Robert A. Shelley Pastor Postmaster Rosa Nash Mrs. Jess. M. Elliott, chairman 1

SUNDAY: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: moved a step closer Tuesday to reported the Christmas decorationS
9:45 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-8unclay School I
i 10:00 a. m.-Church School shedding the "acting" from her exhibit, sponsored jointly by the
I 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
11:00 a. m.Morning Worship title. Garden Club, the Sodbusters Club
6:45 p. m.-MYF 630p. .-Training Union.
I &:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship and the Woman's Club,
President Kennedy's recommendation was a suc-
; j 7:45 p. .-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evenln& Worship 7:80
m.Evening Worship
p. cess with approximately 200
.TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: that she be confirmed as per-

, 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac 7:30 p. m.-Prayer. Meeting. MONDAY 3:15 p. m.-Yo\lth: Choir practice Belle Glade's new postmaster went' sons signing the- -guest. book. I
I i : TUESDAY: I I to the Senate for final action. ATTEND S. S. MEET
r 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week davotioni Church Of God, 8:00: p. .-Woman's Society Mrs. Nash who has been Mrs. Wiley Thus Mrs. Mary

It 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice Barfield HighwayPahokee MONDAY 1st Tuesday2nd ed in the local post office emPloY-I I Hammond, Mrs. Frank Thompson,
: : years and served as assistant postmaster -I Mrs. W. H. Kemp, Mrs. E. B. Gamble
I I Fla.J. ,WEDNESDAY 7:60 p. nu Esther: Class meeting for 15 years acting postmaster -I I Rev. Guthrie Colvard and Bob
last August.She Woofter attended the Palm Lake
W. Hughes, Minister
The 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting
. Church Of; God Phone'8136 succeeded former Postmaster Sunday School Association Meet:

Of Prophecy, Pahokee SUNDAY: CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE George P.Farnall, who held the ing at the Belvedere Baptist Chur
berth for 31 years. ch Monday night.
9:45 a. m. Sunday School DIVIDENDS'
; Canal Point Road 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I
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John H. Kinard pastor 7:30 p. m. -Evangelistic Ser- I
'10:00 a. m.-Sunday School viceTUESDAY
\\i l' '11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service : r i

7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service iI
h:. .8:00 p. m. Tuesday- V. L. B. THURSDAY:
t> 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ LEThIft1 I
Everyone welcome. Special musio Service.
and ing1ng. ... -

Canal Point First I Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade t

The Pahokee ChurchOf

. The Nazarene Baptist ChurchElder SALES and SERVICE I

; Rev. Max D. Jones, 'Pastor SUNDAY: R. E. Barfield Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
433 Bacom Point Rd.
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10:00 a. .-Sunday School '
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 .
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I SUNDAY 9:45 a. SERVICES mSundaySchooLI : 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. _. -- (
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship.
6:30: p. m.-Juniors. _
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer -
7dO p. m.-Sunaay Evening
Evangelistic Service.
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: .
WEDNESDAY: : Y:ta::.y.Y: ;;r.A.; vr..:. : ,
7:30 m.--Ladies Auxiliary
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer ,p. }r <} !i y:s';}?, .
:Meeting.Christian n.s's;{.S r.{
meeting. .. htijYl11,3IYr.y :
"Where you ,are .a stranger but
one*". Science
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Group Of Canal Point.
Holy Nativity I i-:.. .i
Today's demand for progress .1
Episcopal Church I r rV.
Pahokee based on a true comprehension of
God's nearness and all-power will
be stressed Sunday' at Christian
Rev. L Lossing, Vicar ., :
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SUNDAY: Science church services. ., j -__ -; : :
Highlighting, the Lesson-Sermon -.5
10 a. m.-Sunday School i_ _
11 a. -Worship Service on the subject of "Truth" is the }4 : ti
-'. Golden Text from Psalm 119: ....,
"Thou are. near, 0 Lord; and all
St. Peter's Lutheran thy commandments are truth., .. ; IAN Xl!

Church, Belle Glade Thy word is true from the begin-
ping." 11

August Koerber, Pastor One of the citations to be read

601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade from "Science and- Health with Lr\Y ,

SUNDAY: Key to the Scriptures" by Mary I .. .. .
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Divine Services 11 A. ; .Yv.f'rf;
Pref.vii "'!be-
Baker Eddy.states ( ): :''.+' x's'
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School 9:45 A. M. ,.,: ,
.. time for thinkers has come. Truth, I. } *
independent of;doctrines and time- I 4'v: y.r:4%
:. St. Mary Catholic honored systems, knocks at the i# .::_.. ---V ,f
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Church portal of humanity.
with the past and the cold conven- : '

Father Francis Fennech, Pastor tionality of materialism are crumbling : -' '

Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. away. Ignorance of God is no -: Reddy Brightens
t. faith.." .
V Confessions before. Mass. v. longer.the steppingstone to

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t Monday Cattle Sa les'' : '. FARM BED Picture -:,._ .

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Are regularly held, at the Glades Livestock- Market '
im Better crops, healthier animals, increased =
which is owned 'and operated by more than 120
production,faster processing. And the farm-
Florida Cattlemen.
,' er's bank balance goes UP! ., II,

You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here Never before has electricity been such an 'lt rv

at this Market. We make an effort at all times to givean important part of the business of profitable '

outstanding service to buyer' and seller. Give us \ a- farming. Reddy handles scores of chores, :'L.

...' mal ) saves many man-hours, and his low wages 1:
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Glades Livestock Market -flew ?/Ytdd.I')//& flameless! z L r ,

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Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Managerki HELPIH6 BUILD FLORIDA :'
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!;,.,,!t -=.,,. .... because each year we have more- ment follow an upward course.
?fie:R't. about 2 million more to be exact * !
people to feed. All of this is not a matter for !
; (1R \ In Florida,where our populationis discouragement. It does mean ,I
: by estimated to be headed from 5 however that we in agribusinessmust :
I : : Doyle million now as high as about 8 be on our toes every minute.As I

: ; WIIlItNiflorldo million in 1970, we have a larger- new information comes to hand ., I'
than-aVerage percentage of peoplein we must be prepared to use it to 1
I the 65-and-over group. But we our advantage, be flexible in our
oI'lAQ. can expect this percentage to be thinking and adaptable to changes I

modified somewhat by an influx of that are inevitable. ,
Perhaps failed to notice a I
you younger and middleaged people as Farming is no longer a matterof II
recent news item that TT : I
-reporting j lour industrial growth progresses. just tilling the fields and feeding II
of the building trades unions is
one I I. *
stock. It requires a high degree of I
to make drive /
going a for 20-hour
a It would be well for all of us in good business management and I
work week. M
agriculture, and in the many businesses that means keeping abreast of the yt "Y
Don't It sound
laugh. le-
times and watching for new trends.
diculous now, but so did the idea serving farmers and hand- .
of a 40-hour week 35 or '40 years ling their products, to be aware of
Many of my friends in the retail -
ago. The union that has announcedfor the impact which changing patterns -
business tell me it's important -
20 hours already is down to a of consumer spending will .
to trends if can. !
30-hour week. That's 25 per cent have on our economic position. No anticipate you A feature attraction at the South Florida Fair and Exposition,
Some of those whose business is starting Friday,January 26 at 7 p. m. and running through Febru-
under the now-accepted national farmer can consider his particularcrop
largely with members of the fair ary 3rd, will be the Carrousel The South Florida Fair which represents -
standard of 40. immune from the effects of
sex find themselves stumped at 11 South Florida Counties is expected to draw over 130,000
You can take it for granted that change. No segment of our 2 Bill times trying to determine what induces spectators. Among the displays will be the Thor Able missle
pressure is going increase for a ion-dollars-plus agri-business can a woman to buy a particular agricultural exhibits, historical exhibits and contests of all kinds.
continued shortening of the work afford to lag behind the new trendsas '
thing. It took a woman to come up ,
week. What this trend means to they become apparent.A with this answer: CHOIR FESTIVALThe DR. McGURDYS VISIT \
agriculture and the food industry is shorter work week is going to (1) Because her husband says Dr. and Mrs. Charles McCurdy
indicated in a recent report on bring even larger spending for she can't have it. (2) It will make Junior and Intermediate and sons Milton and Kevin returned I
changing patterns of consumer goods and services devoted to leis- her look thinner. (3) It comes from Choirs of the Pahokee Baptist to Charleston, S. C., where Dr.
spending. People now are spendingless uretime activities and recreation.And Paris. (4) Her neighbors can't afford Church under the direction of Mrs. McCurdy is at the Medical College
of each dollar on food, and a rising trend in labor costs it. (5) None of her friends Guthrie Colvard will participate in Hospital, following a visit with Mr.
more on leisure activities, than they will be felt along the line as costs have one. (6) Everyone has one. (7) the choir festival at the Lake Worth and Mrs. Bill Howard and Mrs.
did only five years ago. of farm labor supplies and equip- It's different. ((8) "Because." Baptist Church Saturday. Annette :McCurdy of Pahokee.
Because Americans are makingmore

money than ever before, a f
smaller portion of the pay check is .I 1fI\1fI\1lroY7\IY7\'tWft\! ; f1j ':'l,\,!, ,It"Nflt'l'U'i' .frw m-ffilff'J7 tI l'\t'tTI' lfl WtTI rr\t'f'I ,:,7 t'f'I' ,''f'WmtfI\1tT\'tTItlrn: l TI"t'', !Tmfftff1IU'i : 7 i

being spent for, basic necessitiessuch "I
as food, clothing and trans- :
portation. It's estimated consum- ,
ers had 29 Billion dollars more of I I

"discretionary 1961 than they income"had in 1956.to spendin Ser- | EAST BEACH WATER CONTROL DISTRICT

vices three, categories recreation and where education more are of I I I II

each dollar is being spent. ,
According to data from the U. S.

Department of Labor which compiles -' \ AN IMPORTANT OPEN LETTER TO THE FREEHOLDERS OF EAST
the national cost-of-living
index food costs have risen only 7 I I BEACH WATER CONTROL DISTRICT.
per cent and clothing costs only 2
per cent in the past 10 years. On I We believe that all property owners located in EAST BEACH WATER CONTROL

the other hand, housing costs have i DISTRICT realize the desparate need for im proved drainage and water control for their
risen 17 per cent recreation 18, i property.
personal care 22, travel and medi-
cal care a whopping 44 per cent. : The Board of Supervisors of the District fully conscious of this need and realizing some
Influencing spending patternsare
changes in the makeup of our I action should be taken, initiated steps that ena bled them to proceed with the holding of a bond

population. We have 66 million per- election giving the property owners within the District an opportunity of expressing their
sons in the U. S. under age 18, or wishes in the matter.
15 per cent more than 5 years ago.
Our "senior citizens" those 65 The Engineering Report and Revised Plan of Reclamation, prepared by Gee and Jenson,

16 and% over-now million for a number gain of more 33 1-3 than per I | Consulting Engineers, provided for: the construction of a 150,000 gallon per minute capacity

cent in the past decade. Naturally, modern and up to date pumping plant located just south of the home of Mr. H. J. Anderson -

there's a considerable difference in | discharging through two large culverts directly into Lake Okeechobee. The plant will be

between the preferencs these two and buying habits;,. I capable of pumping water from the District into the Lake and also pumping water from

Don't think, however groups., that be- the Lake into the District. The engineer's estimated cost of this construction and other improvements -

cause less of each dollar is being to the District canal and lateral ditch system is $300,000.00 to be financed

spent for food that the total national | through a bond issue after approval by a maj ority of the freeholders residing within the

food bill is tapering off. It's District. The bond issue is to be repaid by a Debt Service Tax Levy of approximately
rising, and will continue to rise
H '$3.75 per acre per year over a twenty-five year period. On the average city lot, 75' x 150', in

Pahokee, this will mean about 90c per year increase over your present'taxes.

Some of the things that may be realized from the proposed improvements are:

I 1. Improved water control for both drainage and irrigation. .
| .* 2. Pumping station will be relocated so that the Lake level will not extend back into
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1t r .. the District.
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r" U.' ';4. Canal and l lateral ditch systemwill be improved. ,

.__i ;t _a..5.: Provision made in design to allow for increased run-off from residential and commercial -

: iNlCNTIT areas. .

'0'. 6. Should, beneficial to better septic tank operations within the District. -

7. Should attract increased activity for housing projects.

uarr snag I The bond election in which all freeholders may vote, is called for Friday, January 26, 1962,

f1v p and the voting place is the High School Gymnasium. *t1i';

The Board of Supervisors feeling that this is a matter of great importance to the health,.

welfare and safety of every property owner within the District, strongly urges you to supportthe

bond issue by casting your ballot Friday, January 26,. 1962, and your receipt of this

QUINIEIAS EVERY gACE letter is your: assurance that you are a qualified registered freeholder and eligible to vote
DAILY DOU1LE 1 si A *nd i in the election. .


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