The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 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
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00112
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Plan A Straw Vote To See What Folks Think SPEAKS AT PTA '

About The Idea ,Of A New Modern Facility March 6 Is Opening Date

Located Half Way Between Pahokee and i'

Belle Glade.-Members Of Both Boards Are

Making Sincere Effort To Solve Complex County Candidates To

Problem Of, Financing. I __ ____________ _______ _

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If sincere and honest effort will Funeral Services fore the voters in the May
Pahokee Baptists
bring about a consolidation of the elections have their work

two hospital districts in the Glades For John J.RepperFuneral for them. County
then this area: is in for one of the there will be several of

finest hospitals ,that money can services were held at the time-may qualify
build. Members of the Belle Glade | on March 6 and noon
Blanton. and Unwin Pahokeecontractors Pahokee Catholic Church on Tues-
and Pahokee hospital boards have h During this two week
been working untiringly to formu- started Wednesday day of this week for John Joseph II thought that the "woods
morning,of this week on a new two-
late:plans for such an eventuality. f" Repper, 16, who died following full of candidates.:' Only ti
story addition to'the Pahokee Bap-
forward to' the heart in aVest Palm tell.
They are looking surgery
church which will be used for
time that a modern and up-to Beach Hospital. Father Francis For those seeking state
an additional eight or ten Sunday
date hospital can be built half-way i Fenech was in charge of the fun- the dates are a little
School rooms. The new part of the I
between Pahokee and Belle Glade eral and burial was made in the those races they may
building will fill in the southwest
and furnish for the splendid corpsof Port Mayaca cemetery.The tween noon, Feb. 20,
between the new sanctuaryand
corner CARPPI.NTERCarpenter
doctors in our midst an honest- I deceased was the son of Mr. March 6. This plan will
formerly built Sunday School
<%WMMWWWS V >WW M ''to-goodness 'facility where human- building.The and Mrs. J. L. Repper of Pahokee. the state candidates 8)i
ity's hurt can be attended with the Other survivors are: two brothers,I fore the date opens for the
new addition will cost in the SpeaksTo
' finest and most,modern equipment neighborhood of $22,000 and an Vince and Patrick and one sister office seekers to qualify.
.- available in America.A Bernadette.He This year State
; additional $9,000 will be spent in
straw vote will be called by PahokeePTA was a member of the Pahokee; Emmett S. Roberts
air conditioning the new sanctuary.The I
t the ,two_boards! in order that the 'contractor said that,new General high school sophomore class, Future Thomas will be seeking
members of those groups may Electric equipment' will be j* p Farmers of America and a and they will qualify
be guided by the folks who are gOing used to air condition the sanctuary.: I' Palm Beach,County School Board Dormer member of the hign scnooJ March 6 deadline. State
to pay the bill. The Straw'Vote The new addition to the buildingwill Member :Milton Carpenter of Belle band. Ralph Blank does not
which the joint boards agree is desirable be 28 x 48 and of concrete block Glade was the featured speaker at Pall bearers were: Bruce, Boyn-: this time having been
is planned for, April of this construction. the regular monthly meeting of ton, John Cruthird Wayne Hund- years ago-for a four year
year and although not binding 13 the Pahokee PTA held in the Pa- ley, Skeets Boe, Harry Cunning County Commissioners
intended to give members of the hokee high school auditorium oa ham and K. B. Wagnon. tal and Ben Sundy will be
two, boards a guide to public opin Last Rites HeldFofMrsJtorney Monday night of this week. -- election this May and
ion on the propo.sal'at the present During the 'time that Mr. Carpenter Heart Fund DriveWillStartFeb.20 qualify soon after the
time. has been a member of the date rolls around-March
Two joint meetings have been J 75, school board he has made an hon- date there has been no
held in the past weeks at which est effort to thoroughly familiarize nounced opposition for this
plans have been discussed for pre-I I, himself with the intricate working veteran county
Last rites for Mrs. Gertrude : of the office. It was about the entire -
paring the Enabling Act to be pre- leave no stone unturned
sented at they next ,session of the Gaskin Burney 75, mother of Mrs. :1 board's sincere effort to con- The Heart Association of Palm good job.Clerk .
conducting Charles G. Willis, of Pahokee were improve the schools of the kick-off
State Legislature, and for stantly Beach County will have its of the Criminal
a Straw Vote in the near future held in Boston Presbyterian churchin county that Mr. Carpenter spoke coffee for the'Heart Sunday'volunteers S. Dunkle will be up for
in order to get a sampling of pub- Boston. Georgia on Monday with Monday night to an interested au- on Tuesday; February 20, at this time, with his job
lic opinion on the proposal.The burial in the adjoining cemetery.Mrs. dience. 10:30 at the home of Mrs. Hugh only major court house job
Enabling Act must containa Burney passed away at a He pointed out the unceasing expansion Branch in Pahokee. The CanaJ' on the'"off year" election
basic outline of the proposal cov- nursing home in Lake Worth'' afteran I of classroom facilities,I Point and Pahokee heart fund vol- I Judge James L. Tyson,
ering the specific details such as extended illness,. She came to the raising of teaching stand- unteers are invited to the coffee to of the newly created
board member distribution;, name Pahokee nearly six,years ago from ards and the modernization of meet the .new executive director of Court with offices in the
of the new district; location of .the ,Boston Ga., and made her home classroom subjects and techniques.Mr. the Heart Association of Palm I Office ,Building and
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles G.
new facility; provision for a referendum Carpenter's address was warm- Bach County. western section of Palm
on the Act itself; tax levies; Willis. Two grandchildren Bill and ly received by those in attendance.The All volunteers who attend the County will be a

bond elections, etc. Ginger ,also survive. monthly attendance awards coffee will get their heart fund kits.. full four year term. He will
Board members have agreed on The deceased was aretired school were won by Mrs.' Sara Thomas's Mrs. Elmer Maxson is'chairman otthe at the proper time. When
these matters and have previously 'teacher and a member of the Presbyterian fifth grade roOm at the elementary Heart Fund in Canal-Pbipt and was created and put into

announced the member distributionand I: Church._ school, and by Bob Maxson's home Mrs. Hugh Branch is chairman of on July,1,1961, the
location of the new hospital. room at the high school. the Heart Fund in Pahokee. Mr. Tyson to the post

., The new district ,shall be called Band Will March In Pahokee Girl Scout Troop 30 so admirably filled'since
"The Western Palm Beach County opened the meeting with the flag I On6 judge of the
Canal P i Lions
Public Hospital District. ceremony, followed by two songs of Record-Judge
The ;Act shall provide that, the Fort Myers ParadeOn by the group. Mrs. Robert Shelley I term expires and his
;. Referendum which is tentatively I gave a litany with audience par- Hear FFA Workers be filled.. He will qualify
't set for,May, 1963,,will be called by ticipation for the devotionals.At date foils around.
each of the existing boards. and Saturday February '17, on- the close of the meeting Judge of the Juvenile
that all persons who are registered lookers at Fort Myers Pageant of members were invited to visit the 1 W. ,E. (Bill) .1 Johnson an FFA Relations Court Emory
i i I Light will have opportunity to ,see various school rooms, where teachers -
freeholders at the time of the election officer and Willie Veal, a graduate was appointed by the
shall be entitled to vote. The one of Florida's finest bands inline were present as hosts to explain -I member of the Pahokee FFA-were lowing creation, of the
. vote shall be the majority of those ,of March when the Pahokee the work,of the students. Re- speakers at the Monday night probably be a candidate
persons voting in favor of the joint High School Band participates in freshments were served by Mrs. meeting of the Canal Point Lions term on that bench. i
venture in each of the present districts that city's parade, beginning at William S. Plumer and Mrs. Jess I club held in the Community Build Judge Don C. .Sinclair

either' district failing. fails seven o'clock. M. Elliott hostesses.. for the month. ing. judge of the Small '
Robert O. is director of I ----- t;- ---
the entire proposal.On Lampi Cattle raising, sugar cane growing likewise was appointed by;>> '
tax the band and this year the group I UNDERGOES OPERATION I in
levying millage the proposed vegetable production, came ernor following creation
Act, empowers the new Dis- consists of 56 members of the high!I' Gene Parnell, son of Mr. and for their fair share of discussionby court In 1961, and in all

trict to levy not exceeding 12 mills I school. ,I'Mrs. E. S. Parnell jof Pahokee, whois I thetwo visiting speakers who will be a candidate for a (
at any one year for general operation 'i a student at Southern in Lake- I were introduced, by Roswell Har- year term.
'maintenance purposes, con-i 3IEDICAL"EXA3UNEK : rington. President J. G. Weeks was School Board Members
struction of new facilities and the i Dr. Hugh Dortch, West Palm, land, underwent an emergency operation in the presiding officer's chair. mond Knight Ralph
retirement of bond.issues. : Beach, was ;named county medical: for the removal of his ap-1 i Willie Veal is a vice president of Dave Turner have not as
At present each board is empow- examiner Monday in an appoint pendix"over the weekend. He is a the State FFA organization. He ed their, intentions to seek
ered to .levy.10 mills. Present estimates ment recommended by the County Junior at the schooL His parents was accompanied to the meeting by tion to a four year term
are that only a portion ,of Health Dept. and approved'by the were with him during the opera.I N. Rw Norman faculty advisor of school board but It is a

(continued on page 8) <. ".County. Commission. tion. He is recovering nicely. the FFA' Chapter in Pahokee. ,.(continued on page


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L Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, February 16, 1962 .

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I Program On Egypt I I Spider Ranks High Tom,Adams 'May

r rM With Equitable

, Highlights MeetThe Run .For Governor

Earl A. Lindrose, has just returned I

lJ from Boca Raton where he ''

regular monthly luncheon attended the Leading Producers TAMPA-Capitol press corres- ,

meeting of the Everglades USDA Allen two-
Conference conducted by The Equitable pondent gives a I
Club, held Monday, February 12, at of f
Life Assurance Society. Mr. years-before-posttime prediction
the Community Center in Canal :
the Lindrose is a member of the Com- the prospects for the 1964 govern- I
Point, was highlighted by pres-
entation of an illustrated programon pany's A. R. Cassidy agency. He is or's race. .

Egypt by Dr. Karl S. Quisen- also past director of 'the Belle Heading the list of Morris' pros-

berry.Dr. Glade Chamber of Commerce anda pective candidates was Secretaryof

Quisenberry, a recognized past member of, the Belle Glade State Tom Adams followed

The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE authority on cereal breeding was Golf Commission.The closely by Jacksonville Mayor Hay-

called out of retirement to serveas Boca Raton conference drew don Burns, former State Senator

LAKE: OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF a member or.a. team staffing leading Equitable agents from all Doyle E. Carlton, Jr., and former

United States pavilions at interna- parts of the country and was ,key- Governor LeRoy Collins.

THE EVERGLADES: NEWSServing tional fairs in New Delhi, India and ed to the theme: "Today's ;New Congressman William C. Cramerwas

Cairo, Egypt in 1961. He was intro- Markets in Life Insurance and also mentioned along with

the Lake",Okeechobee, Farming JRegion Without duced by Don Fishier, program Their Development." Tax-sheltered former State Senator Fred C. (Bud)

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years chairman, who outlined Dr. Quisen- employee annuities, financing for Dickinson, Circuit Judge Robert

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday berry's many accomplishments.The .I I professional corporations and associations -I L. Floyd, State Rep. Ben Hill Griffin -

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Club members learned that Dr.I and college expense finan- I Jr., House Speaker-designate

Quisenberry received his PhD at cing were included in the agenda. Mallory E. Horne and Florida Development I
The Evergladels-News Is Entered at the_Post OfficeIn the University of Minnesota and! -- Commission Chairman- :'

Canal Point; :Florida, as Second Class Matter that he served as a research worker Coke Party Honor Director Wendell Jarrard. ;

administrator in the U. S. Also mentioned as possibilitiesfor
and t
Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher Mrs. Claude
Department of Agriculture many the race were State Sen. Scott i

4 years, finally ascending to the postof Kelly, State Rep. John E. Mathews, 1

Deputy! Administrator before his A. D. Beverly, Mrs. Leon Jr. and John M. McCarty. Closing 1
Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting retirement.Dr. Spooner, Mrs. Jimmy Wilson and the impressive list were Supreme

: Of The Palm Beach Quisenberry illustrated his I,Mrs. Jimmy Vann entertained at Court Justice Stephen O'Connell

talk, entitled -"Egypt-a Land of the home of Mrs. Beverly on Ba- State Sen. Verle A. Pope and State .

Contrast," with colored slides. He j com Point Road with a coke party Sen. Ed H. Price, Jr.

Oounty Commission presented interesting statistics and I Tuesday afternoon honoring Mrs. Author of the syndicated newspaper ,

-\ pictures relating to Egyptian Agri-I Claude Morgan, who with her family column "Cracker Politics". j jI

------------------------------------------------------------------ culture. He stated that Egypt has i| plan to leave soon to make their Morris has observed the Florida political l
The Palm Beach County Com to the tax roll. ,
only 1-4 acre of farmland per per-{ home in Fort Lauderdale. I scene since 1939. (

mission this week followed the lead I Voted to spend a maximum of son compared to 2 acres per personin I
$8,000 to aid the Town of Lantana ---' "- ------ -
of Commissioner Edward Bandlow, the United States. Since Egyptis
I in constructing a new park and I
Lake Worth, and approved formation very arid-average annual precipitation -
boat the inland
ramp on
is less than two inches-
of a study group to survey I waterway in that community.
farmers must rely upon the Nile
the county's office building needs Extended airport leases of But- I NOWTRAILWAYS
I River, the narrow lifeline of Egypt,
for the next 20 years. ler Aviation and Farnell, Inc., for for irrigation water. Reclamation

Commissioner Bandlow said the an additional five year period at projects, the largest being construction -I
an increase in annual rent.
county has spent 4.5 million on of the Aswan Dam, will
Received a check for than
county office buildings in the past I more add an estimated two million acres
$56,000 in excess fees turned over
10 years and still faces the proba- of farmland to the present six million -
by John Dunkle, clerk of the crim- gets to ,
bility of further expenditures.In acres.
inal court of record.
an effort to make further ex- Dr. Quisenberry said that farm-
Authorized construction of a new
penditures wisely, Bandlow said ing methods are very primitive in NEW YORKfaster
civil defense headquarters on Belvedere I ,
the board should name a study Egypt with practically all work
Road to be built by countyand
group to work under the engineering i done by hand. About 60 percent of
state funds.
department, to survey the county I the people of the country are en- .
The:board also heard from Commissioner J> BOSTON
public building requirements for -,gaged in agriculture. Many child-
Van Kessel that a new : '
the next decade. ren are used,for this work, as well 1 NEW YORK
2000 acre horse breeding plant
:The board instructed County Engineer as in industry.,
coming to Palm Beach Gardens will 'I ,. ,
Steve Middleton to. make He emphasized the''stiIf competition ..
mean much to the county in the "
plans for the study group and among 'countries, particul-
way of both horse and cattle breed- 1
housing survey and to report back arly between the United States,
ing. The new project will gain rec-
to the board on what funds will be i Russia and Red China, in interna-
ognition around the world, Van 1
needed to finance the operation. tional fairs. Dr. Quisenberry stated RICHMOND
Kessel said.Another II
In other actions this week the that the snack bar, where the
in the offing
improvement -
commission: I Egyptian people purchased barbe- trj 1 f RALEIGH
the commission learned, will .
Voted to repay County Solicitor cued chicken, donuts and other, .,
be construction of a new bridge
Joel Daves $120 in travel expense pastries prepared on the spot was '
across the north fork of the Loxa- FAYETTEYl1k'.p
incurred in a trip to Tennessee for. the most popular eatures at the I
hatchee between Jupiter and Te-
an extradition hearing. American pavilion. .
questa. Bids for the new bridge to
Decided to purchase 25 more :Mills Byrom, Club President reported tMU..U
replace a wooden span known as .p
voting machines. on progress of Jack Littlein
the Girl Scout bridge, will be d
Voted to deed 14 county lots located open- St. Mary's Hospital, West Palm
ed Feb. 28 by the State Road De
in the City of Lake Worth, partment.Mr. Beach, where he is recovering from

over to the municipality for return .. surgery performed last week.

Dr.. Forsee, introduced his guest,
and Mrs. J. Walker and ORLAtDOL
'I Patrick Gallagher, 'who recently
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Roberts attended -
received his M. S. in soils at North
the Florida State Fair in Tam-

pa during' the past. weekend. I several }
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return to his native Ireland. An-
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shelley and ....
other guest present was Mrs. Mills
son, Barry, of Damascus, Virginia,
are the guests of Rev. and Mrs. I ':

Robert Shelley.The .
Gabaldon was tapped ,for ,Ride thru-liners '
Canal Point Garden Club our new
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membership in the honorary speech
will have a work day at the Com-
of Phi Rho PI at :Palm -
munity 'Building February 22, at ,:
Beach Junior To be tappedfor over, our
College ;t. _
1:00 o'clock. Bring'a sandwich.Classified ,It
this society one has to "have ,
---- -'- --- made contributions to the field of -: NEW East Florida route!
e .ot speech outside the classroom and
E make at least a "B" in speech.

Ads Tapping ceremonies'were held at

8:115 4r 1 Palm Beach Junior'College Sunday, NEW THRU-FAST SERVICEFrom

KIclrrLYf11tlf SUGAR BOOM is sure to 'hit. If February 3. Afterward, there was Canal Point to: One-Way
%Js11f : an impromptu speech contest in
you have a spare room or two for which Val first. NEW YORK $36.90 :'
rent why not place an ad in this l placed. The-only.Thru'service'WASATGTON .

column and watch results AT Kona :
call and $1.00 will get the Job done. i The only Thru service .
F. F. A. boys and F. H. A. girls '
ADM25c 4r fREE. ,,PARKING\ HOMES FOR SALE: Two New chartered a Trailways Bus to go .
4 Thru trips dally .
Homes Open and For Sale. to Tampa to attend the Florida -
MIAMI 3.07
QUINIELAS EVERY RACfc Greenstar Aveaue, Pahokee, Fla. State Fair Friday' and Sat. The .
4 service
Trips-faster (plus tax) ,
DAILY DOUBLE 1st ft 2nd Henry and Jon Merkel Construction chaperones were Mrs. R. C. Lane, .
'Company. Dec 29-J26ch Mrs. Jimmy Wilson Mrs. Joe For Information Please Call ;

jjt11L1I1III ROOMS ARE NEEDED almost Thompson'and-Mrs.- J". E. Williams- :CANAL POINT-SPORT SHOP .

I daily. If you advertise in this, JlL C. Carter Agent Phone.7787
Mr. and_'Mrs. Michael Wilson of ; t tTRJiILWAYSe
will know
classified column, folks Orlando announce the arrival of a

where to find that spare room. son Sunday, February 11. Paternal 14a

Send $1.00 and copy for your ad to grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W.

The Everglades News,"Canal Point, R. Wilson of Pahokee. Maternal > I

Fla. grandparents, are Mr. and Mrs. A.

E. Kirchman of Belle Glade; The { .
WEST OHBELVEDERE ,,FOR SALE: New and USec1'WWya .' '...
Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage paternal great-grandparents", are easiest travel on earthrr
RO. ;
I in Belle Glade Phone 3058. Mr. and'Mrs.-: W.'G.-Hull of -Pa I

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made be to is Remainder 1962 Koch{ Dr. by statement' a That'a' ___ + p.l g i c, S !1' *0 M{( 'IIMnA1V r wt

beef for raised steers no ,
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of first +
the land the of third I IrV': sylt; s R
I one- receive to City the for calls will there years ten "within"
predictionthat recent a concerning
The proposal. state's
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cattlemen Some wvr
be a
acceptthe to group
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meet- council night's' Monday At *
animals. meat-type "
arose. need the ,
developmentof)(2)( and marketings
when and if acres 55 receive to _4
I well-spaced orderly )(1)( :producers / .
which Pahokee of City the was
receiving groups i to important are said he which I
land the of One .
-industry livestock the in trends -,
there. and here land the of pieces \ #- r5" _S
-current two cited Davison Mr. gress I y 5 ,
little get to were groups several 4 "
-proI 1961 about comments his In
that made was proviso-Farms w ', :
year. previous the over
715 concern new a to leased .
-position one up states the among 23rd \ .
was Inc. Richlands as known .
acres ranked 1961 1 January on farms :* .5,5,
land of thousand several 4 .5 : : :1 : .'
ago pn swine 393,000 with Florida Ion. .. "'I.<
when months several ; .
mill- 97 to 96 from cent per 1

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numbersrose Cattle head. million 93 to L w T w .vn' as++%+ac +It : ;? 't'; .w.q :)J'S /

88.5 from ,1960 over cent per 5 '> I0
BoardBack State From 'eo-a} ea\t'Yr' o1+ 's' +t+; aa\U i\ \\ I-
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Institute. Meat American the ,
Land Accepts City president ing '
of Davison R. H. to

accord ,;Billionpounds 28 l ,fi. & .Ya.,, '.. "

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horticulture. ncmental. during plants packing S. U.
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'or-' and growing, poultry exhibits processedby meat of' volume The ,

livestock clubs girls ?department meat the in r:
4-H 4 and boys
both clubs demonstration home America in stand we do how So ...r
into reached has Increase r .', -:

fodder. ,of J;'e..:' -
departments.This .' \LA\LAI EE uu11s ,, a, .
agricultural county the by provided lack from apparently! derweight ;,' 'G"Ir 1." ::.:

service and work of -types all un were that cattle million a half .
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shownin being is interest greater nearly government the selling of '\
reportingthat week this commission farmers' the accused also He feed. I .

county the to visit annual official f of?< lack and treatment poor from ,; .1. ,-.'
their made staff his d and Mounts died had pigs 305,000 and lost been '..

.cane. growing for converted had hogs 516,000, saying as S

been already has that land pasture p quotedhim,newspaper, party munist MEANS WEATHERUPNORTH L .

and vegetable of acres of thousands Com- the Pravada Byelorussia. I

the to. addition in is acreage,new of parts all, from workers tural .

The learned. commission the year -agricul- 1,300 of down dressing K's' :Ji .

this use to put being farmland new Mr. is agriculture Russian, of dition + .
of acres 50,000 some for reason be con the about revelation Latest ....,..
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will growers Glades to, word magic supplies. I e.Pahokee. in ,Platt T. J.J Mrs. and .Pahokee. of Brown Joe Mrs., > and

a become has which cane Sugar food his but might armed of boasts 'Fund.' home. future, i' their Lakeland. in relatives, other and Mr.K: ":,parents her with weeks few .Mr. ,parents her with visit*a ing

quantity. in here produced Khrushbhev, population. starved Church the Into go will supper make to week t next, Lauderdale' Wheeler Emma Mrs. mother their .. a -spending' after ,.Md. ,Baltimore follow- ,junior a is she where> ville
be can tobacco of variety Cuban half under-fed an by efficiently the from realized Profits attend. Fort. to move to plan years several with visit weekend a after, home, \,< .returned-to.; have Connie daughter Gaines- in l Florida of University the

if determine to mail by underway run be can't' industry nation's' a But to urged are church the of Friends for Pahokee in resided have their to returned have ;Mike son abd' :c: ,Jr. ,Schell W. A. Mrs. to returned has Brown Jean Miss

presently Is survey a said it. sustain toN industry on o'clock.' nine until continue and Morganwho Claude Mrs. and Mr. and Elliott M. J. Mrs. and Mr. > '''' Pahokee. Beach. Palm:West'

sults.Mounts -depends might Armed strength. of m. p. >5: at 'start' will serving LAKELAND I IN VISIT ,
in Hospital Memorial Everglades in Hospital Samaritan Good the
re satisfying with patches yard -display a as fairs agricultural cessful $1.00and$ be will dinner the for price LAUDERDALE FT. TO MOVE\ ---- ... .-- .
the" at patient a is Veal N. W. Mrs. patientat a is Wilson M. F.
back of number a in grown been -suc- big of score a of significance The highway. Barfield on God Miami. in ham .
and Walston :H. E. Mrs. of father Pahokee.Mrb.of
have plants equal Square Red Churchof the in women the of ,
that said also He the Lan- Lee Sammie Miss of guests Indiantown of Daughtery James Mrs. 'and Mr. parenls?1
Hand Lester
states. producing roaringover planes with Kremlin the sponsorship'the under )16) Feb.( tonight officers. the of installation the weekend the were Epstein Carol ';
illness. to due home her her with weekend the spending
tobacco northern 'for plants b past might armed of parade I Pahokee in Club Woman's' the after served were Refreshments and Hitchcock Patsy' Misses .
R B. after Monday Beach Palm West-
to confined Mosely'
tobacco growing work to put was lands events.A\ chicken a be will There ald.Mrs.

Glades of acres 400 some years war sorry pretty be they'd' guessing i -Patron Worthy retiring the is Hughes, ,, Bahamas the in End to returned Hand Linda Miss( ,!

the during d fact here-in tobacco [] I'm' does ,it if but ,fairs Tonite Club Woman's P. D. and Matron Worthy ing West at spent weekend a } Don- Steven grahdson, and Beverly Sunday!
Monday Don Mrs. and Mr. of guest'the was Carter C. M. Mrs. and Mr. "of guest?
home their to '
grow to impossible not is it that I I-agricultural for in goes Russia shchev's' -retir- the is Meredith Ruth Mrs. following ,
Supper where Miami from home her to I dinner the were Beach Delray
t At Chicken -returned Shirley she
Claude Mrs. and Mr.
week this commission county the Khru Mr. whether know don't' I George. Beulah Mrs' organist .
returned t< has Beverly D. A. Mrs. of Johnson Ernest Mrs. :':
told Mounts ;U M. Agent County I -Installing;Barnes Jessie Mrs. Saturday. past I and
Point. Canal Cocoa.Mr.and in Latham James Mrs.
makers. cigar orignbwI{ o.Pormwnl cake. day -marshall! installing ;116 Chapter Haven _
Homesteadthis in hospital the tp moved a following
i of Smith T. R. Mrs. and Mr. ents Mr. with visit s'homes
nations the for tobacco ; birth. decorated a of portions Moore of Dilley Fern Mrs. .
/ 1 was weeks several for Naranja
par- his with break semester the their_ to returned have Latham I .'
-producing about wonder to begun have included Refreshments Tongue. the -chaplin installing ;197 Chapter Glade .
Sanatoriumin Largay the in I patient : *
p E.
/ spending aftert Gainesville in J.Mrs.J.D.and Gamble B.
!markets S. U. from off cut w&s c of Power "The entitled program Belle ffrom secretary installing q
a been has who Cochran E. J. Saltl9prings.Mrs.:
-"Forida} (>o< University the at studies \
sugar Cuban when happened} what 1"'iI''J, a presented who Johnston Mrs. Allen Evelyn Mrs. ;officer- rearmed speeding ,! ( ,
his ) has Smith at weekend 'the' *tffter
saw who observers Interested ,, ,, \$ .. and church the of pastor Johnston -installing the was Sizemore Peggy Mrs. improving. is she where home son's' in 1 her
"!\\ hokee. Monday Point Canal Home '
?unavailable iiat.!: ,> Rev. was meeting the at Present Patron. Worthy the as Wat Mrs. to returned has Hospital '
: '' ::''::::'''' ... Pa of Thomas V. J.J Mrs. and Mr. to returned Chastaln R. A. Mrs
becomes Cuba from tobacco when:\ I : e meeting. the at presided -installed was Barnes Homer 10. Memorial Everglades the at tient ( Mrs.
Ei"mlJtont! Th parents her of guest weekend the
when caused: gap the fill an step .... Laflin night Saturday Hall sonic pa- a been has who mother son's .
in I !! '"!"! "! :...1.:Ufr; !![ "!tii"I1!" "i Mae :Mrs Pahokee. in Road February was Miami of Meyers Bob Mrs. with visit days l several after burg .

growers County Beach Palm Can Point Bacom on Pickett Edna Belle from secretary installing -Wat- Paul Mrs. Anderson Mrs. ..:' "' ,,.*f *" Thursday. to returned: has Nail Lalth ; .

Mrs. of home the at held was which an at 184 Chapter Star Eastern .. I
Mrs. and Mr.
naveral. Carter C. M. Mrs. and Mr. of guests Friend. '
meeting February their at day Pahokee the of Matron Worthy sa-I '
Ca- Cape at days several spending ". the were Massachusetts Cod Cape guests the are Georgia vannah (

Glades In k Muck c u M County's On Mrs.birth-honored.82nd her church on Chastain Presbyterian Mattie ... as installed was'Nix Florrie are Sasser ,Paul James and; Sasser Ferrefier&of/ A. R. Mrs. and Mr. of White Chan Mrs.' Mrand:;. I t:(

Paul Mrs. McIntosh :M. H "ifrs. ...
Everglades the of Five\ Circle "
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Grown- Be Can Tobacco- Maybe ChastainHonored Circle-By Mattie, Mrs.\ MatronMrs.New\ Is Nix Worthy Mrs. I of Cam-and guests.Echols.H. D.Sunday Mrs.Grady Myers.,sister Mrs.the Fort'Echols'were and in Mr.mack Terri Mr... Jl ThS&NA1EWNOTt1 S [ [ [ & R ;. 'I': ..t.

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_ on Burney Gertrude Mrs. Monday.,mother Beach Palm West ,in home Monday.their ; ;,; FLORIDA ,PAHOKEE S ': i/ ; "J." S.

'Willis Mrs. of services funeral returnedto,they and Nason Will Mrs. .' ,__,
the attended they where ,Georgia and d Mr. parents his by joined was ) \ _
,Boston from home their to weekend the during Maxson Earl .
returned have ,Bill and Ginger ,children Mrs. and Mr. ,grandparents, his :' CO. MOTOR PAHOKEE 'J r j'
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and Willis G. C. Mrs.) and Mr. of f guest the was who Nason Nat "
FUNERAL [FROM) HOME) F-r- .. : : :

milker substitute a from suffers '. k
Florida., I she disturbance the than cow the I I J. !T .
.Wales Lake 71 Box O. P.' theatre t harmful more no is ,report they ;
AmpPl.I\ Play Passion :following ,milking one Skipping production. RADIOS TRANSISTOR .' .

the of, ,Chamber to tickets Wales for office.write Lake can or Commerce,Florida You takinga witha milk t ,off in are cent afternoon dairymen per 4 once-a-week only the of of loss JHO: these of one win can rules-you contest FAIRLANES for, Dealer FORD Ford 1962 any 10!See-prizes Blank.valuable Entry V LIV ill. ffi D i rnmD 6 MD@2{@0 n A[. ]!}[ 0 W r r

-Wales reservations telephone Lake at 'll' 2-0 call where 1 Sweden from report, Official an out fill is do to have you all win to eligible be To !Special Winter nn n ]E :. /
For seats. all for -recent a in interested be they'll your '
out pick to in come you Contest Magic
when Prize Mile the Enter
price t Half-12 under Children other. the On at. shoot to dairymen ,... ..
$2.00.$ Florida our something -. 4.,
for That's
I .o.A.r.T
without section seat-side. I '
a milk of pounds 30,000 top
Reserved ;$2.50$ rest back with i I I> t Holstein registered tested .

,sectioni seat Box seat-center:prices Reserved ;$3.00$ officially 277th the is also She period. TA T PAYMENT AFTER DOWN'? HO$ Only ly n FAYMENf' :CCWN' $3900 y n t.

at 28 and 21 February Admission m., p.p 2:00: test milk-, was the She during.butterfat.daily of twice pounds,ed S' 'a A\', MONTH PER, '* i.0 Now N MONTH AFTER o PER $ I 0 NQW\'N:

I 9 1,089 and milk of pounds 32,144 \ htaltt/ including deliveredprka" rttoil suggested' .'
Wednesdays on 'manufacturer'ol companion o Bosed .
matinees special
Two, was record production day >365: !down costs hauling 'your keep and .
m. p.p 7:30: at 20 April Her butterfat. of more or pounds J !wagon station passenger job the on stay to built pickup ton !PICKUPS FORD\ I
performance. Friday.m p.p Gpod: Special 1,000 0 of record official an plete, .'. six- *priced-lowest America's' !Sf WI\GON"l \ FALCON N F -UI STYLESIDE-Rugged FORD 62' '
7:30 at Saturday l I com to Holstein registered 1,000th : -WAGONN TUDOR FALCON 62' '
-and-'Thursday Tuesday Every as history way .
the .
into her milked
rF; r cost additional optional $tiros Whitewall ":-
m. p. cost additional at optional tires ..
: Whitewall
6:00 at has cow Wisconsin old year 9 A .
)services twilight( Sunday Every .
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22. April Sunday market. and feed handle U .... t'"
performance final ;11. February to easier hogs .
the make will .r:
Sunday performance Opening -uniformIty age and ;pre-determined :.,,:, ,

/Wales. Lake can .a.. ...
be schedules farrowing
at stars the "under t it I see to going breedingand;labor and time save ., .. .. .. -... :. ,', -

be will area this from folks breedingwill Synchronized days. few a : ; i a
progressesmore season the As time. same \ : "
in time the at heat in come
first the for play wonderful/ the saw 5 \I\! '. ,
females the all practically
will .
rt I
I I t'
Region Okeechobee Lake the from j!removed are hormones the. Wheh ..,\ ,
folks several week This crowds. prevent ",.> .-. .... ..:.' _r.
heat. to feed in hormones 1' .
large drawing is weather able female advocates Shropshire < ., ... : ,<,, I ..
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favor- with and season the for way lit's iI. "
under- now is Amphitheatre Wales' worth.Dr.' -. cost additional at optional covers wheel and tires Whitewall : ): I .
than trouble be would rately .
Lake the at Play Passion I sepa one,each breeding artificially a. PAYMENT DOWN r_ Only Y n O'
.I II I I, because. ,asserts specialist aware ;' MONTH.AFTER 1 747' $ I 0 Now.N
; Del the time same the at heat into EJ :1: .

LakeWaesThe! At i come all must bred be to Females .. ... ; ,

: hogs. !service routine )miles 6000 every(
Now Play of insemination artificial for year- power
Passion __ 'Iwtce-a' Thunderbird of, choice styling 'Thunderbird
system practical only may ing
the be
...... breed- synchronized says He ware. - car. luxury' morc-for-your-money big SEDAN-Ford's' CLUB 62' '

property. Dela' ,f of. University the of shire

year-until frontof city equal in the have sidewalks to years appeal owners build installments.to Property, or 15 l their council March ly -of improving Shrop-noticed-interested possibilities H.have be for J.will Dr.'insemination'who,by breeding about'raisers comments comments swine artifcial in ",, !I S GALAXIES E I X A G :,. : ;'

in three of period ,1'I
.... a over owners property against r r'I

assessed be would cost construction conversion.Swine feed '; .
of efficiency greater have bulls .
the $5,000$ '
>: cost to Estimated
and fat less have carcasses
Street. First and Street Fern ,
because Koch Dr. to according
between Avenue Elm N. of sides west ,
answer partial a provide Bulls
and east the on and Avenue Flame .
IN. and Avenue Elm N. between animals. type" "meaty for' OUR OF
on -demand growing in resulted has
Street Fern sidewalks
-incomes spendable in increase an and k
construct to resolution a Adopted ,
needs caloric on emphasis} less with = ONE GET
Connell. C. G. by owned city the M ,
patterns work in change a- 4 4k
of south just land commercial .
America in years recent of trend the :
residentialto and agricultural from
rezoning as same the is fat to aversion t .
ordinance an -Passed

family dwelling.single from family Street multiple Main to East, ,European lean consumers more European the for for demand Reason among toward meat.trend ..ntory inv our unfreeze us Help now right all 'em' sell to out we're' and 9' 'S .' :, ', !, ,

on land his rezone to Boe Hugo I '
strong a to t tied is fattening beef "
applicationby an Board Planning City. for bulls of use the said Koch i, new extra getting We're
the to Referred :also.disposal.The Council garbage .countries.Dr.European several Falcons and Fairlanes !Galaxies 62' of carloads '

in stations and farms research ed V
and pit rock a for land of piece

first the use to plans City The tour- and Germany West in course .:: ., ,, 't .. .. ". .y,. <..:,...... :. '.' ,, .w. _,"." .&.--.,.. ......./...__ :J; ..0-...._. .._... . -. ..
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t. Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, February 16, 1962


., First Baptist ,Patterson Circle In

t4hL Church, PahokeeGuthrie Monthly'Meeting:

W. Colvard, :Minister i. The lone Patterson Circle of the
-1 :
Sunday School 9:45 a. xa. Canal Point Baptist Church held

Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. its monthly meeting at the Churchin

Training Union -6:30 p. m. the recreation room. :Mrs. J. L.McCall. .

.. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. chairman, presided over

*k L Wednesday Prayer the business. Mrs. W. S. Evans,
Service 7:30 p. m. prayer chairman, reported the

_e. _. ___ ._ A warm welcome to all. week of prayer for Home Missions ;
will be observed March 5-9. The

First Methodist I Canal PointBaptist The Methodist Church Junior Choir Rates93AtLauderdaleMeet I I lone Patterson circle will have

charge.of the the first
Church Pahokee ChurchRev. Canal Point Florida program
three days. Mrs. Frank O'Connell.
Rev. T.-C. O'Steea Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Children's Home Chairman, reported -
Robert A. Shelley, Pastor the letter received from Mrs.
SUNDAY. : SUNDAY: The Junior Choir of the Paho on
SUNDAY: T. 1\{. Johns in appreciation of cow
9:45 m.-church School School
a. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday 10:00 a. m.-Church School kee Baptist Church with their i
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship pons sent to the Home.
1-1:00 a. m.-Morning: Worship sponsors chartered a bus to go to
Mrs. C. B. Jones the devo-
6:45 p. nL MYF 6:30 p. m. Training Union. gave
6:30 m.-Youth
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 7 s30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. Fellowship Worship Fort Lauderdale Saturday to par- tional. Mrs. C. D. Stewart and Mrs.
TUESDAY: .1 WEDNESDAY: MONDAY p.: ticipate in the church; choir festival. W. S. Evans gave the program from

7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac 7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting. the book "Glimpses of Glory" by
.. ... 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice: choir received a grade of 93.
C. C. Warren. Mrs. M. F. George
TUESDAY: The ladies who served as sponsors I
: hostess served delicious refresh-
Church Of God
8:00 p. m.-Woman's,Society1st
7:45p. m.-MId-week devotions were: Mrs. Frank Thus Mrs. Hor- ments to 12 members.

8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- Barfield/Highway Tuesday2nd ace Unwin, Mrs. David Unwin, The March 12 meeting will be.at
tice. I I. 7:30 p. tIl.-Esther Class meeting Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, Mrs.. James the home of Mrs. Paul Rardin and

Pahokee, Fla.J. WEDNESDAY: Batchelor, Mrs. W. H. Kemp, Mrs. Mrs. J. J. Walker will have the

The Church Of God I W.. Hughes, Minister 7:30 p.,m.-Prayer Meeting Roy O'Neal, and Mrs. Guy Wood. program. .
Phone 3736 Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard and -

Prophecy Pahokee SUNDAY: daughter Ruth, went oh Friday and CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School I joined the group on Saturday. BIG DIVIDENDS
Canal Point Road
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I
John H. Kinard ----- ------ -- ----
pastor 7:30 p.. m. -Evangelistic Ser
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School viceTUESDAY tlr"'ff""...lJrom'"f! Y"l"ro'l'l! Nf'iNt' Nti'l\y! !i'1\fy"l\.fN'Iy"l\1! IJ 1J'ry.! ifl\.lmtJ7! ff"! wr.

11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service :

7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. THURSDAY:

8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. :M. B. 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ
Everyone welcome. Special xnusio I Service.

and sinein&r. -- -
Canal Point First Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
The Pahokee ChurchOf r

The NazareneRev. Baptist ChurchElder SALES and SERVICE

Max D. Jones Pastor R. E.Barfield
SUNDAY: I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
433 Bacom Point Rd.
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School
SUNDAY SERVICES: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship IJW'A..V.tjJ.\l.' 'A..v..IjJMiJMrJMJ.U4iW.iiJ.U4JMiM.ijM.&iJM'J.U4IM.ljJMII; 1J !JMIJM W.iiJMiJ.\l.'I IIJMiJMiJ.\l.IiJ.\l.IIJ liJMiM.ljlJ.L"dJ.iI1

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. 7:00 p. m.-B..T. C. .
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11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship

6:30 p. m.-Juniors. WEDNDESDAY:
7:00 p. m.Sunaay Evening 7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer :j;: :'r7tJ i'SfS; 5
ri;}, :yy'}.?,i; tijf4r? .
Evangelistic Service. Service > ::11.r'.inf. i(a wNY: ::::4 N.f 'rhVlNrrr.NYASM1Vf.5f:
WEDNESDAY: I 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: "
m.-Midweek 7:30 m.- Ladies Auxiliary :7:
7:30 p. Prayer J p. : .. .<..'
meeting. Meeting.Christian ..ii : 1.
"Where you are a stranger but I ,

one*",. Science -. f
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Holy Nativity I I Group Of Canal Point ; fl n. 1'.J ISJm !

Episcopal Church I CHURCH OF CHRIST __.-, ::. \ W
Pahokee The nature of true happiness will

Jbe brought out Sunday at Chris- .
tian Science church services.
Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar
0 Selections from the Bible in the
SUNDAY: ww...... 4"a'r:'+ !r
10 a. m.Sunday.School Lesson-Sermon on the subject WMMYA4rAYNwMYYYI a

11 Service "Soul" includes these verses fromI
a. m'7WorshlP
-.-- --- I Chronicles (16)': "Glory ye in his
holy name: let the heart of them

St. Peter's Lutheran rejoice that seek the Lord. .................. .. 1( {'----1
Church Belle'Glad Glory and honour are in his pres- .:; 1i 'J : .

-' ence; strength" I and gladness are in '. :.:.;..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :. I :-"

August Koerber,.Pastor his place. -.
One of the citations to be read
'iiiJ J
SUNDAY 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade from 'Science and Health with t
Key to the. Scriptures" by Mary ...::.::.:.:::.;:.;::.
Divine Services 11 A. M. v ::;:::;" '
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pity is that her wash was,almost dry. wind-damage,no dust-smudge no aching
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Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market in much better ways with my family. ,
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which is owned and operated by more than 120 quit lifting, lugging and doing pin-ups For complete modem-day freedom from ./'

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enjoy the excellent service you receive here i. Let it rain, let it pour, that's what an "togetherness" of a nameless Electri :f ;.
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, : Boards Gets=: |i Col. Ellis Altman I!

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Pahokee Public
(continued from page 1) ,i .x. ThoroughfaresCommittee
Speaks Local UnitThe
this millage will be necessary ,for, r
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" the construction and operation ,Jf I Named S :
: the new hospital. Community Building in Ca- '1"

i The public will again have the j! nal Point was the scene of a meet- By City Council .
opportunity to express their ap- ing of the Canal Point Civil De- I

pi oval'or disapproval when, following fense Unit and Col. Ellis Altman, .

the referendum on the Act county director, was the guest I
The Pahokee City Council has appointed a Public
self, a Bond,Election is held'to it-I speaker, who gave instructions for --
Thoroughfares Committee of Nine citizens to study
mit the sale of bonds for -. the completion and official recog- A prominent i 1
,. I tion monies. An estimated $1,100- nition of the local unit. the proposal. of foor-laning a highway through the City of i
000 will be necessary in addition to Introduced by G. L. Lanham, Pahokee. A recent tentative survey was made by the State i

the $900,000. Hill Burton funds to director of the Canal Point unit,I Road Department the request of the City Council and mapsof +

complete the two million dollar, Col. Altman explained the mini the survey have been made available to the Council and 1

175-bed core facility unit. mum requirements in personneland citizens of Pahokee. It is this survey and other proposed

e Included in the Act will be a equipment for the successful I routes for the four-laning that this Committee will study I
provisional clause which will state functioning of a ,CD unit. He told I thoroughly before reporting back to the City Council at I

that should the Bond Election fail, what part, of this equipment isI some future date., Members of the highly important com
the new hospital district created by 'furnished by the County CD unit George W. EnglishIs mittee are: I
the Enabling Act shall be abolished and where the remainder'may be .

and that the two present dis purchased by the local unit at the FP&L Director Inman W. Weeks, Chairman
tricts be reactivated subject to lowest possible cost. I
(South Bay Growers)
their previous charters. February 26 has been set as the George W. English, of Fort
A Sub-Committee of four board date for the next meeting of the Lauderdale, was elected a directorof
Jimmy Moore William PlumerWestern
members, two from each district unit and the Community Buildingis Florida Power& Light Companyat
was announced at the last joint the place. Motion pictures of a meeting of the Company's ( Auto) (Glades Chemical Co.)

meeting. Purpose of this step was Civil Defense in action in meeting Board of Directors held in Miami
to form a working committee to emergency situations will beshownby today. English is senior member of R. B. Simonson Manning I. Keen

study many of the details regard. I members of the West Palm the prominent Broward County (Farmer) (Standard Oil Agent)

,ing this venture and to report their Beach Unit.Woman's. law firm of English, McCaughan -

findings to the 12-man joint board' -. ... & O'Bryan. He is also Chairman of A. J. Gamot C. E. WilliamsMerchant
for final approval. the Board of the First National ( ) (Everglades Ins. Co.)
Members of this committee are Bank and Chairman of the Boardof

Southwestern Herman L. Close and Club Held the Fidelity National Bank, both Olaf BoeBoe's Dr. E. C. Johnson

Robert Roadman; Northwestern F. of Fort Lauderdale.He .
( Appliances) (Physician)
S. Danish and Mrs. Alys M. Okie. is a Director of the First Fed-
I Luncheon MeetingThe
Both boards -would like to reiterate eral Savings and Loan Associationof

their invitation to the public Broward County, and holds di-
. to comment on these proposals. | rectorships in a number of other -
Pahokee Womans Club held
Members are anxious to explain local organizations. Active in civic Gene Mcllwain Is Mrs. Lola Ryals'And
its luncheon at the club
any matters" which are not clear. affairs, he is a member of Rotaryis
Back On Bank Job H. L. Carter Are WedMrs.
The new hospital is designed to room Wednesday at 12:00 o'clock. a Trustee of the University of

improve medical care in the area Mrs. Glenn Powell presided in the Florida Endowment Corporation .
Gene :Mcllwain, Cashier of the Lola Ryals of Pahokee and
and to provide additional facilities absence of the president, Mrs. B. I and served as a member of the
for the safety of all in the area. It R. Mosley, who was ill. Florida State 'Board of Control Bank of Pahokee, is back on the H. L. Carter, former FEC Railway
is proposed only after careful con- The the from 1953 to 1955. I at agent at the Canal Point depot,
meeting opened by sing job following a special operation
sideration and 'exacting studies of ing of "Let Me Call You Sweet- Born in Johnson County, Illinois, a West Palm Beach hospital wherea were married on February 3 at
the present facilities. It is highly heart" followed by the blessing he attended the University of Illinois the Church of God on Barfield

recommended by the Hospital Di-I I given by,Mrs. Adeline Wroten. Mrs.j graduating in 1921, and Har- nylon artery was put in his lower Highway. Both parties are long-

vision of the Florida Development Uldine Todd read a poem she com vard University receiving his LLB leg to bypass a blockage. The time residents of the area and they

Commission. posed. 1{ Degree in 1924. Coming to Florida operation was pronounced a success will make their home in Pahokee.
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The program featured a fashion I in 1925, he was admitted to the but he will have to take it easy -- .

,March 61scontinued- show by the girls of Mrs. Doris Florida Bar and has practiced law for several weeks to give the ope- Production Credit
Lane's home economics classes at' continuously in Fort Lauderdale ration and its attendant materials

( from page 1)) Pahokee High School. The clothes since that date.Printers time to thoroughly heal. Group Will Meet
that two and maybe,three of them' modeled were made by the girls -4-'
will seek re-election. during the year. The sewing con- Live New Building: ForPaul's Annual Stockholders' Meetingof
the Farmers Production Credit
Gleason Stambaugh, a memberof test is sponsored by the Federationof
i Longer Recent Parts Store Association will be held at "The
the Inland ,Navigation District, Womens, Clubs in cooperationwith *
will probably be a candidate to"sucI I Vogue Pattern Service. j Survey Indicates Playhouse" Miami Springs Villas,
coed himself. Linda Woofter, Linda Livingston Construction has started on a Miami Springs, Florida, on Tues

Congressman Paul G. Rogers Penny McKinstry and Alice Hurt I new building being erected for day, February 27, 1962, beginning
The life of a printer is not onlya 10:00 o'clock
Paul's Service at a. m.
Station Barfield
modeled the dress-up dresses by
succeed him-
,will be a candidate to
busy one, it's a long one! The ..
self as Congressman from the Vogue pattern and the judges chose life of Highway just south of the present
Sixth District'of Florida. I Linda Woofter for first prize and average span a printer is building. The structure will be Mrs. C. L. Stuart is a patient at
U. S. Senator George A. Smath-I Penny McKinstry received honor- now 71.1 years as compared to 66.3 65x58 and will be used for the parts Good Samaritan Hospital in West
businesses. The
\ I salubrious store which is now located next Palm Beach where she underwent
ers will seek another term in.the able mention. The other girls mod
most august deliberative bode in eling ibeir dressed were Martha climate of the print shop also benefits door to the bank in Pahokee. surgery Thursday.
graphic arts supplymen, whose I > v
,the world-the United States Sen- Bastia, Joan McKinstry, Hazel life is 70.48 a ,
average years. -
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ate. Holley. Dianne Hollon, Amy'Youngand I
According to a recent ,
County Commissioner Paul Rar- Sue Miller. survey it II 11 I 1111 1 1 111111111111 11111 I III I 1 IIJ 1111111111i
22 percent of all printers top the
djn does not come.up for re-election The guests attending were Mrs. : : : w.iHome
80-year mark. Forty-five and a
this, time, having been re-elected! Ralph Johnson, Mrs. Billy Rogers, I half percent live to be more than
two years ago for a four year term i South Bay, Mrs. R. L. Hatton and
70 and 75 percent live beyond 60.
without opposition. Mrs. W. K. Aldridge. I I. .-- Financing

Jernigan Circle In

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TDEATR.ES I Tuesday Night Meet Is Our: Specialty .

... The Grace Jernigan Circle of the t

Pahokee Baptist Church held'their ++.'...+' -H-*'.... --i... i : i : I I.t :, I-H H H-H-H-
PRINCE. LAKE DRIVE-IN monthly meeting at the home of
Mrs. Horace Unwin .
Tuesday night.I
E Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road I Mrs. Grace Graham, circle chair- LIFE IS GRAND I
-- man, presided over the business. .
: -- .- -2 BIG FEATURES Mrs. I
E. B. Gamble gave the devotional "

SUNDAY- MONDAY-TTJESDA I and had charge of the pro : *: WIIENYOUOWNJ.I

,.SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYFEBRUARY t. FEBRUARY 1&-199-20 gram. Those taking parts in the '

18-19-20 "The Last Time I Saw program were: Mrs. Wiley Tillis,
Mrs. !ol. J. Mrs. Frank
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: YOUR OWN HOMEWhether 1
:-' "THE. DEVIL ,AT ARCHIE" Thompson, Mrs. W. M. DuBose,and
Mrs. Mary Hammond. Delicious '

*_:;SPENCER'TRACK. FRANK JACK WEBB members.refreshments were served to, 12 You Buy or Build f
..'S -ALSO"Thunder .
: PIERE-UMONT In The Sun" Fathers Honored :t:: '
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'Fathers were guests at a "Dad i
, dy's Date Night" supper held by Don't deny yourself and your family the joys of home ownership -

Thinking About Building? members-of the Pahokee Chapter, [ any longer see us about a home financing plan to fill ;'

: Future Homemakers of America, your needs and budget! :t
in the dining room of the home XEverglades
economics department at Pahokee
-For Free Estimates, CallWI'LEY High School instead of'the regular

meeting last week. Miss Betty j Federal .

Johnson, chapter president, was
TILLISGeneral master of ceremonies. The dinner
: ... was prepared and served by chapter ; SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION

:Building Contractor ; members with the assistance. ; SAVINGS INSURED VP TO $10.000 BY rEPBUT* SAVnfOa
Box 54. PAHOKEE Ph. 7127 I ADS PAY i a S. W.,ATK. V BSJJC! GLADS PBONB WT 9-21

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