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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: February 23, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Florida: sugar growers will have an opportunity to ,have their I
Cowart Dies say at a hearing scheduled for the Community Building Canal Chicken Supper For I Nothing But Cash
Point for 10 a. m. on Thursday, March 15, according to an announce-
ChurchOn
Benefit Of
ment yesterday by Palm Beach County Agricultural Agent M. U.
Of Heart Attack (Red) Mounts of West Palm Beach. Who Would Want It
The hearing will be held under the direction of O. P. McArthurof Friday night, Feb. 23, at theWoman's
the Agricultural and Stabilization Committee of the United Club in Pahokee the women
i., Reppard Cowart, 67, operator' oft States Department of Agriculture. Mr. McArthur of Gainesville, of the Church of God on Bar- j In a legal advertisement this
Florida, said that Florida growers of sugar cane will be given ample I ,
Cowart's Laundry in Pahokee, died I Ii field Highway will hold a chicken j week State Comptroller Ray Green
time to tell their story, in full so that it may be made available to
supper. They invite their friends to 'officially notifies the folks listed :
i at .
suddenly Wednesday evening federal officials Washington. I
7:30, the victim of a heart attack.He .I At a hearing held Jn New Orleans, La., 15 days ago the independent participate and the cost will be i below that they have some "aband- I
1 'sugar cane growers of Florida were shoved into the back- I $1.00 Serving will start at five oned property": lying around and it !
had 'been recuperating slowly ground and Shad little opportunity to tell their story. The United o'clock and run through nine that I will soon become the property of
from a serious illness several weeks States Sugar Corporation was heard through its spokesman, Presi- evening. Money realized from the the State of Florida if not claimed.
ago when he spent a few weeks in dent Harry T. Vaughn of Clewiston but little was heard from the supper will be used in the church Under .a'new law passed by the
the hospital undergoing treatment other growers in Florida. The story will be different at the hearing building fund.Revival. I legislature property (and in this-
scheduled for Canal Point-arrangements made to allow
: On the day of the fatal attack he are being ,,: case it happens to be cash moneyin
the local cane growers a chance to "have their say." -
had been at his the bank not claimed after a
plant ,overseeing Mr. Mounts is,anxious that ALL sugar cane growers in Floridabe )
operations as he had been doing for in attendance at the upcoming meeting in Canal Point in order Started definite period will revert to thestate.
several days since returning from that an indelible impression may be made on the powers that be. I
t" the hospital. During the ,afternoon Future ;allotments<< .dnd proposed,reduction of present. acreage, these So, incase you or your friends j
he suffered a shortness of breath -and other important facets of the sugar cane growing Industry will By Methodists: have -a 'name in the list below, it i
and at one time asked that the-fan be thoroughly" aired at .meeting. xiV'SSV'hrf'HJS I mighty, r tA-.you.or them.to_writ ...-.I. .II
. be started to aid in his Breathing. Vafc'V-M***'W** *'V r I for full information to: ,

He was urged to see his doctor but Seven Digits For Rev. Robert Shelley, pastor of Ray Green, State Comptroller,
I Miss HarringtonWins I the Canal Point Methodist; Church
replied that he thought he'd be Abandoned Property Division,
better"in a few minutes.Mr. Phones ,After April 15 I announced the opening of a revival Tallahassee, Florida.In .
Cowart was taken home by f State AwardJanette meeting at his church on Wednes- the official list as released by I
his son ,around,six o'clock and; was April 15 has been set as the day j i day night of this week to run the State Comptroller the follow-
fatally stticken when being placedin for telephones in the Glades area of through Friday night, March 2. ing names appeared:
the. ambulance for the trip to Palm Beach county to switch over I Harrington of Canal Rev. Enoch Blnkley, pastor of C. H. Buhl, Belle Glade. "
the hospital. ,Funeral services will to the 7-digit system. Officials say Point received the State ,Fair the Methodist Church in Ruffin, S. 'W. E. Cato, Pahokee.C. .
be held at 2'p. m. this afternoon at I it is a step toward the day in the Award for Palm Beach County at C., is the preacher and good C Clem, Pahokee.
the First Baptist Church in Paho future when local phone users may the State Fair in Tampa on Saturday crowds are in attendance. local Independent Publishing Company
kee and burial*will be at Woodlawn II pick up their phone and dial long ', February 17. This is an annual Baptist folks called off their Wed Belle Glade.
Cemetery in West Palm Beach. distance without the ,assistance of I I I award presented each year to nesday night prayer services to attend John Buchanan Estate Chosen.
Mr. Cowart came to Pahokee an operator. I one of the most outstanding 4- the revival.The Paul Jones, South Bay.
from Wauchula in 1935, having .. .H'ers in each county. Janette is a evangelist will be assisted by Mr. and :Mrs. E. G. Kilpatrick
moved to that Hardee county city :senior this year. and plans .to enter Sonny Gossell, also of South Car6- Jr., Lakeland.
from his native Metter, Ga. Funeral Services F. S. U. in the FalL She has one of lina, who will serve as song leader I Lake Harbor Seed Company.
Surviors are: One brother, Mar I I I the outstanding poultry projects in and by Rev. Robert Shelley, pastor !I Lake Harbor.R. .

vin of Pahokee; two sisters: Annie: For RubySmith the county. She also has been do- of the church. D. McDowell Estate, Pahokee.
Laura :Ratliff of Wauchula and! ing a junior leadership project with I The revival services, starting Lois.Moses, Canal Point.
of 'Hardwick Ga. six each, evening at 7:30, will be preceded Pahokee
Nita Spivey ; some younger 4-H club members in I Young DemocraticClub.
children: Angus of Pahokee; Es- Funeral services were held Mol'; the Canal Point 4-H club. Louise by special services for young I .
telle Gunter, Winter Haven; Albert day afternoon at the Canal Point I I Ashton of West Palm Beach and people at 6:30.Small Stanley Sancheck, Canal Point.
and Edwin of West Palm ,Beach, Baptist church for Mrs. Ruby I Donna Curry of Lake Worth also Arthur Stevenson, Pahokee.
.. Bonneil Adair of ;West Palm Beach Estelle Smith,'57, who passed away i went on the trip and were the Nathaniel E. H. Thomas, Canal
.., and Edna Brown of Pahokee.Eagle Saturday after a long illness. Rev.I Hostess team for Palm Beach coun- Claims Set Point.
.,." h1, Charles Stewart, pastor of the I ty in the 4-H Club exhibit. Each Malachi Howell Waring, Paho-
.. ,; ; church was in charge of the ,fun Hostess,team received $10.00 award kee.
.. eral services and burial was made, for their county 4-H program. Both For March 29 DateThe Woodmen Circle Grove Pahokee.
< Scouts TellRotariansOfWork .
at Port Mayaca cemefery.w I or these'girls are junior leaders and -
She had been a resident of Canal work with younger 4-H club mem-
'x Civil Defense In
Point for 39' years, coming from I I bers. ,deadline for filing claims in
Titusville. She was a member of the! John B. Evans of Bean City laso the Small Claims Court for :March
Canal Point Baptist Church. i iI I received the 4-H State Fair Award will) be March 8. Court will be held Meeting On Feb. 26
Pahokee Rotations who. never, Survivors include her son, Ed- and was a member of the livestock II on March, 29, with_Judge F. A..C- --
had an opportunity to become I ward of Canal Point; ,daughter, judging team and participated, in rie presiding at the Glades Office
members of that famous organization -J Mrs. Myrtle Hitchcock! Canal the State Contest on Friday. He I Building. I On next Monday night February
;. -Boy Scouts of :America-had Point; brother,Joe M. Cox Miami; was the high individual on the Palm' .. 26, the Canal Point Civil Defense
_.. an opportunity to hear Four Eagle I five sisters. Mrs. B. C. Sims, PahoI Beach County team. Unit will hold a regular meetingat
Scouts tell exactly what Boy Scout I kee Mrs. Jimmy ,Maneridez Jacksonville John Jarriel of Loxahatchee, Glades Students On I the Community Building in
work entails when Eagle Scouts I Mrs. W. P. Herring, Jr., Bruce French of West Palm Beach I Canal Point at 7:30 o'clock, accord-
., John Hundley Billy Boe Robert Mullins S. C., Mrs.J.' C. Smith and and Lynn Nicely formerly' Pa- Jr; College Honor Roll ing to Director G. L. Lanham of
Boe and Mike Watkins spoke be- Mrs. Russel Graham both of ConWay hokee, were the other members of Canal 'Point.
fore the club. Their remarks were S. C.; and five grandchildrenand the Palm Beach County livestock I Elbert E. Bishop registrar at Mr. Lanham said that the local
warmly received by the Rotarians. her step-mother" Mrs. G. S. judging team. Palm' Beach Junior College, an- Lions club will forego their regular -
... Eagle Scout Hundley is the Student Cox of Conway, S. C. ----- 11 nounes that the students listed be- meeting and sponsor the Defense -
; Member of the club this year. Pallbearers' were:- Henry Kautz J. E..Cochran was moved by ambulance low have made the Dean's List for Unit meeting. Col. Ellis Alt- :
!'. Introduced by Luke Dufresne, Delmar Hooks, Edwin Cowart, from the Archibald Hos- the first semester of the 1961-62 man Palm Beach County Civil Defense
'."_.,- program chairman, each of the Floyd Browning,, A. E. Early. and pital in Homestead to the Ever- college'year. In order,to attain this Director, and his staff will be
.a' speakers told what he considered Charley Hitchcock.. glades Memorial Hospital recently.His recognition a student must have in attendance and present the pro
":a- the most valuable lessons he learned fc. a I .. condition remains about the made a "B" average or above in gram. .
: in Scouting and reviewed his Mrs. Ed. Forbes, Mrs. Steve same 14 or more semester hours. All citizens of the area are urgedto
". work as a member of Pahokee BojScout Erler and children of West Palm ..- Students from" the Glades area. be in attendance at this meeting.
"_ Troop 628 to accumulate the Beach were the weekend guests oi Mr. and Mrs. Audie Hooks and named are: I. -
", necessary'points of merit to.attaitl I Mrs. Edna T. Barrett. They all attended daughter, Jonell, of ClewLston were Valentine Gabaldon Pahokee. Mrs. Leland Keene spent Friday
the rank of Eagle Scout, the high. the rodeo in IndiantownSaturday. I Sunday visitors of Mr. and Yrs. J. Linda A. Wilder. South Bay. with her mother; Mrs. A.B. Barnes,
est possible award in Boy Scouting,. D. Latham of Canal Point.'"" Homer J. Carter, Belle Glade. In South, 'Bay.. ,
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I" Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday February 23, 1962

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IP ,- !Compromise Plan Cypress.Jamboree Industry Growing:

o Planned March 10-11 In Sunshine State

I : For GrowersState
Sugar ,
1 NAPLES If you're 'driving MIAMI-Florida growth has en-
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Florida's Tamiami Trail mid-way tered a new phase,'according to the

and Agriculture Department I between Naples and Miami and the!I' Florida Business Letter published

officials are considering a I cypress. .seem to be jumping near I I I by a subsidiary of the First Research -

compromise sugar marketing plan Munroe Station, .don't be ,alarmed.I t Corporation, a national eco-

:. L which is not likely to sat1stY/Amer-1 You're merely encountering the nomic and market researcn firm

Q ican producers, it was reported I two-day Big Cypress Jamboree and with headquarters in Miami. _

: = = ; ;:&L IT-::; t Sunday. : Wild Hog Barbeque of the Everglades The stress is on industrial de-'.

., Under the present federal sugar 1 Conservation. and Sports- velopment, according to the letter.
act, due to expire June 30, about 53, man's Club. Two momentous announcements

The ,Rardin .Building .In.,Canal Point, .Florida per cent of the total U. S.. marketis I The two-day event, Mar. 10 and recently pointed to several thous-

allocated to_ American producers. 11, has many highlights. You'll find and employment opportunities in
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THE LAKE OKEKCHOBEE REGION HOME OF
The remainder is filled by the dinner of wild hog a rare treat. this field the IBM, plant in Broward

I quotas given to'foreign suppliers. I There are also free swamp buggy County and the announcement by
THE, EVERGLADES NEWSServing \ A plan which informed sources rides as well as the cypress shinnyand Aerojet-General .that it will builda

said is now being- reviewed would I the "pig-doggin' ". solid fuel rocket plant in South
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without boost the domestic share to about I Besides wild hog, the menu includes Dade County.The I

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years 56 or 57 per cent. These sources 'black-eyed peas swamp letter also traced the location -

Established March II, 1924 Published Every Friday said the Agriculture Departmenthad I I cabbage salad, home-made corn of Minneapolis-Honeywell,

; Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance originally proposed. giving I bread and wood's style (plenty Sperry Rand and General Electricin
American producers CO per cent of strong) coffee. Pinellas County in the 1950's .
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office the market, while the State Department The Jamboree is the only fundraising and the influence of these establish-

In Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter had first suggested littleor I project of the Everglades ments on the area. Industry has

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher no-change in the domestic share. Conservation and Sportsman'sClub. since moved south with Cape Ca-
I The sources said the two depart-II Profits are used to carry on naveral coming into prominenceand

possible the crusade against the ments are. working toward a com- conservation projects which have with Palm Beach acquiring
Volunteer Army I cardiovascular diseases. I promise figure for consideration by I included purchasing and releasing Pratt-Whitney, RCA and Minnea-

"Heart Sunday is that special the White House. wild turkeys 'and hogs and raisingand polis-Honeywell, and now Browardand

For Heart DriveThe day of the year on, which your If any such compromise is pro-I releasing wild boar. Dade counties have come in
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Heart Association asks you to recall posed to Congress, however, U for their share.
all you have read and heard likely will meet opposition from the I I Mrs. James Terrell Echols and .

Heart Sunday Volunteer about the cardiovascular diseases,*' domestic sugar industry.. An industry -I son, Russ, of Melbourne were joined Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Albritton of

Army will be on the march beginning Mrs.,Maxson said.' committee has already proposed I j I, by Mr. Echols Sunday and returned Paducah, Kentucky, are the house
"It is the day on which you have a new version of the sugar act In-i'I to their home after a weeks guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Me-
today to give every resident_1 the responsibility of assuring the I Ir I eluding domestic quotas which government -j I I I visit with Mr. and Mrs. Don Echols.I I Clenithan.NOW.

of Canal ,Point a personal oppor- success of your Heart Association's:I officials estimate at about!I I.
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tunity to fight the nation's Number mass ,assault on the heart diseases 61 percent of a basic annual marketof --T- ----- ---

One health enemy the heart and during the coming year," she con II 9.7 million tons. I

blood vessel diseases. (The citywide tinued. .. In addition, to allow for expan-I

drive will be continued for 4 "The decision is yours because it sion of U. S. production and the

days.) is your contribution that makes entry of new growers the industry I

Ten local residents will visit possible the attack on the heart committee proposed that as U. S.

homes in every section of the cityto problem. By the size of your gift consumption increases over the 9.7

accept contributions for the 1962 you help determine the amount ol million-ton level, 67.5 per cent of I TRAILWAYSgets

Heart Fund and, as ,educational research hat can'"be carried on to the growth be allocated to domestic

ambassadors, to distribute pamphlets seek new knowledge and the ex- producers. At present, domestic to
containing heart-saving facts. tent to which the benefits of heart producers get 55 per cent of the

"In addition to distributing this research can be passed on to your annual growth in quotas. The j I II

,. _', important information on new ad- physician to serve you, your family growth figure under considerationby NEW YORK
vances in the fight against the and your neighbors," she explained. agriculture and State Depart-I

heart diseaces," Mrs. Elmer Max- "More will live the more yougive ment officials was understood to faster

son, Heart Sunday chairman, said to the Heart Fund," she pointed be something under 60 per cent.
BOSTON ,
yesterday, "the Heart Fund volunteer out.BACK. I .

will present a Heart Sunday -- Passion Play's 1lluge NEW YORK
envelope in which the resident,can
seal a gift to strike a blow at the TO GEORGIA Camel Feels RightAt
disease which took more than 900.- Max Beverly of Ochlochnee BALTIMOREWASHINGTON

000 American lives last year 54 Georgia, joined Mrs. Beverly Mon- Home In. FloridaLAKE I J=

percent of the total number of day. They returned to their home II'

deaths in this country," the Heart today after visiting Mr. and Mrs. WALES Top billing I
Sunday chairman explained. : H. G. Boynton of Canal Point and among the live animals used in pro-I' RICHMOND J

Where the volunteer finds no one Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Faulk in Belle I fessional performances of the fam-
Glade.. ous Black Hills Passion Play at the rri RALEIGH
at home, he or she will leave a pre-
addressed mail-in envelope in whicha .. -- Lake Wales Amphitheatre goes to
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contribution may be sent con- Mrs. Ida Butler has returned to I "Big Ike. FAYETTEYILIE
He weighs close to a ton. When
to Heart Fund head
veniently her home from the Everglades Memorial lr
the next born in 1953 out in the Black Hillsof
days.
quarters during few
Hospital where she
.. was a
Heart Sunday marks the high South Dakota, permanent home
patient for several .
days.Classified
point in the Palm Beach and Mar- of the Passion Play, he was named

tin Countys Heart Association's an- ----- -,.-- just plain "Ike".,But since he grew JACKSONVILLE
nual Heart Fund drive which makes lIt. exceptionally fast both as to size
and poundage his name was later

Ads changed to "Big Ike." ..w ; ORLANDO

Fact is, the "Ike" was decidedon
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NICE because it was the year President -
ROOMS for rent in Pahokee.
Phone 7352. .331 East Second Eisenhower was vacationing MIAMI
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in the Black. Hills. Tt:! .
Street. Mch23p .
F1 on'd a s, w ea th er, a' ith'er warm

or chilly, doesn't bother the big
FOR SALE: Portable Tower Type-
fellow in the least, and he likewise
writer, dinette set includes table
seems to enjoy romping in the snow ..'
and four chairs, one nice bed withinnerspring ; '\
during coldest winter months in '
mattress new. See Dr. Ride thru-liners
the Black Hills. our new
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Boswell at Cline Fish Camp in Ca- -
nal Point. Itch He happens to,be a cross between
t" two, species of camels--the Bac- "; I over our
trian (2-hump variety) and Dromedary
A'l'TEItII"TION'F
%I Pa.S: Have
300 acres muckland for lease 3 (single hump). He ,has the NEW East Florida route! 'j
: single hump of a. Dromedary but ;
to, 5 years. Land partly cleared and
his heavy coat.of hair is that of the
plenty,of water. Contact B, G. Collier -
Bactrian, brown and black.
Box C, Sebring Fla. F23-3tp
8:15 : I Very few"things disturb Big Ike. NEW THRU-FAST SERYICE .
ftQCIR1T .
r ? j He's a jfirm believer in just 'tak ,
SUGAlt BOOM is sure to hit. If From Canal Point,to One-Way
war ssuu ing it easy' as long as he gets a half :
I you'' have a spare room or-two for bale of hay per day and water to NEW YORK $36.90 .
rent, 'why not place'an ad in this '
Theonly Thru serviceWASHINGTON ,
drink. His diet regularly includesa ,
column and,.watch results. A
phone concentrated pellet with. the $33.20Tbe <<
J call and: :$1.00 will get the job done only Thru serviceJACKSONVILLE \
proper vitamins, and alfafa.
ADM 2tf 4r FREE PARKING HOMES FOR SALE: Two New This is,Big Ike's third trip cross '. ''.''' .. $ 7.70 r : f

Homes Open and For Sale country to Florida, via semi-trailer ,4 Thru: tripe.dallyMIAMI : i

QUINIEIAS EV RV 3 ACE; Greenstar .A veaue, Pahokee, Fla. truck. The Passion,Play has.a,herd } $3.07 i ,'J ; I I4Trtpsfasur
DAILY DOUBLE ut & 2nd Henry and Jon Merkel Construction I: of 9 camels at its headquarters service (plus tax) .t j!

Company. Dec 29-J26ch i near Spearfish, S. D., but a couple For Information Please Call ( I!
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of 'blessed events' expected .most .
.1itkr- ROOMS ABC NEEDED almost I CAN L\.LPOINTSPORTSHOP .1 J
any day now will increase the herd
daily. If you advertise in this I to at least 11 camels. lc.. Carter, Agent Phone 7787 .:J Jr I'
classified folks will know I
column i
.. The Passion Play opened its I
where to find that spare room.
tenth Florida season here on Feb
Send $1.00.and coPY, for your ad to i ruary 11th. Performances continue take'TRAiLWAY& 1
Li iid i-uiwi The Everglades News, Canal Point, i
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdaysand .
Fla. .
Sundays through Easter: Sunday 'c" Ii

WEST OHBELVEDERE FOR-SALE: New and used WUlyaJeeps. April ,22nd.CLASSIFIED. -
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RO. Y Walter Ashley GarageIn *.easiest travel on earth :" ,;",
ADS IN THESE
Belle GInda; Phone 3058. .
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Pahokee Garden .

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Club To ,Elect '. I '.'
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: At the annual election set for I
next month the Pahokee Garden
Club will a<;t' on a slate of officers I nome
presented at the February meeting j inwa $
of the club on Tuesday at the homeof J I

Mrs. Don Hillier. Mrs. C. A.t ;.
Major was chairman of ,the nominating -
committee and presented the
list to the presiding officer. Pres- r.. i

,. ident Mrs. Frank Friend.
Hostesses with Mrs. Hillier at

...., the noon luncheon were Mrs. Leo .
BELLE GLADECANAL
Maxwell Mrs. R J. Schroder Mrs.C. NOW COMES TO ,
M. Todd and Mrs. Friend. Mrs.
Friend's sister Mrs. Violet White ,

of Savannah Ga.. ,was a" guest., It
PAHOKEE e SOUTH BAYMODEL
was announced the March meetingwill POINT e

be at the hqme of Mrs. H. M.
McIntosh.

annual Announcement Orchid Show was made in Miami pf the HOME MAY BE SEEN DAILY AT EAST CITY LIMITS OF


Feb.Mrs.2326.Robert' B. Simonson presented SOUTH BAY ON HIGHWAY 80

; a program on the growingof
crotons and had on display the LOOK FOR THE KINGWAY SIGN
colorful leaves of several varietiesof .
crotons grown in the Lake Okee-

chobee area.Garden. home for'
-m own your own .

Club Meets .
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At W. S. Cross HomeThe .. : -( h't. LESS THAN : .


Canal Point. Garden Club

met,at the ,home of Mrs. W. S. ,
Cross Thursday afternoon. Mrs. M.

C. Carter president presided. ;-
There were two committees named.A .
special committee to see about
planting a flowering tree in the
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park.
Mrs. C. B. Stringari was named $9501ON
chairman with Mrs. C. G.
Coburn and Mrs. J. S. Harringtonalso
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on the committee. The other (, .
committe named was the nominat- t

ing committee with Mrs. Duke \ ,, -
Tucker as chairman and Mrs. J. L. .\

McCall on this and committee.The Mrs. Jimmie. Repperalso A> THE LOT OF YOUR CHOICE!

program was on flower: arrangements -
given by Mrs. A.
Chastain. There were 4 R.I Or if You Don't Have A Lot, KINGWAY Will Get You One!

Mrs. Frank Friend Mrs. Chan

White Lois Underhill of Savannah and Georgia Mrs. Ralph Mrs.I JUST ONE OF THE'MANY: MODELS AVAILABLE ,IN 2 and 3 ..Bedrooms.

Duran. Delicious refreshmentswere
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visitors. i snsMw. Ysll
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The March 15 meeting will be at '-_' s'Oci.st DIWNG KTIOCN: 8EDROOM I8'IO"XlJr
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the home of Mrs. Robert Shelby
4 BATH
with Mrs.J. H. Miller as co-hostess. :

Mrs. Floyd Erickson will have CARPORT HALL .,.
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CARD OF THANKSWe IMNGROOU
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wish to thank our many ELEVATION (DEER PARK) eEDAooa.zXI" ,
friends for their many kindnesses _
during the illness and death of OUI'Joved $ _
J90.00 -
RED BRICK .
"one-Mrs. Ruby Smith of Ca-

nal Point. We shall always remember ... 4 2 Bedroom 1 'Bath
the friendly manner in which
Dining-Living Room
ALUMINUM SIDING 290 00
you treated us in our hour of sor
Kitchen Carport
row. Again may we say thanks: .
THE RELATIVES OF 902 livable sq. ft.-Prices do not include lot Utility.Room Septic Tank

MRS. RUBY SMITH
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AVILL )MOVE GEORGIAMr. 4 THE ABOVE PRICES PREVAIL IN BELLE GLADE, CANAL POINT, PAHOKEE, AND

and Mrs. J. S. Chastain arrived -I SOUTH BAY. AREA WHERE THE FOUNDATION REQUIRES PILING, GRADE BEAM
from Pine Park
Georgia Saturday where they are making, AND SELF-SUPPORTING SLAB. PRICES ARE BASED ON AN AVERAGE 8 FOOT DEPTH

preparations to move from their FOR PILINGS. .
home here. The Chastains plan to .
build a home in Thomasville', Ge p-I .- : .
Check THESE FEATURES Choose YOUR OWN ,
gia. ,. ,-'.Z.1 I ; : '" : ,
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Ext.e .iErRed Brick! or Kaiser PRICE-LOCATION-FINANCING
IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT OF THE .
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF : Aluminum Siding In the Color
FLORID.*, IN AND FOR PALM
BEACH COUNTY. of your choice low conventional
IN CHANCERY 62C337-E FHA APPROVED ,
JANIE SULLIVAN, PILCHER. 1 15-Year Bonded Roof ; g .
Plaintiff :
-8- : Full Concrete Foundation '
JAMES Z. PILCHER : '
Defendant ; Awning-type Windows for MONTH PAYMENTSstarting I
NOTICE OF SUIT .
TO: JAMES Z. PILCHER Controlled Ventilation6ft.
1495 Lakewood Avenue Southeast
Atlanta, GeorgiaYou Sliding Glass Patio Doorto i
are hereby notified that-Janie low
Sullivan Pllcher has filed a Bill of Complaint Bring the Outdoors in as as
against you for divorce and you -
are required to serve a copy of your Heavy Insulation for Comfort '. ,
answer to the complaint on the plaintiffs -
Attorney. Thadd Whidden. P. O.I Each Room. Finished to. l
Box 705. Pahokee. Florida and file the I ; $ TT46
oiginal answer in the office of the Clerkof Perfection _.. *< 3 \
the Circuit Court of Palm Beach
> .
I County. Florida. on or before the 26th 'Decorative Floor' TileThroughout : '. I : :" e
day of March. 1962: if you fail so to do. :
judgment by default 'V 1ll be taken I
against you for the relief demanded In .
the complaint. Modern Tiled Bathrooms f
,
DATED this 14th day of February.
1962.. J. ALEX- ARNIs'I rE Wall Furnace for Automatic See HENRY ELFERS-,.. ILr.q.etaGw

'CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Comfortable Heating ..
(Circuit Court Seal) : P. 0. Box 274-South Boy, Fla. I.
By Deputy Thaddie Clerk P. Plant 0 Carport and Exterior Storage Phone: W Y mall. 6-3579 (Belle Glade. E xc.h.) t t
Publish:Feb. 23. March 2. f.-16, 1962.Thadd Room Optional ,t .
Whidden .a
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Den- J. Clem tomorrow of
*.Florid many fart In trade. of loss) I ,
unemploymentlines Florida's in places U t
this from result will which '
I. for candidates best the are today t
I difficulties( economic, 'the' face to willing .
I II., get can they as education"much
are and ban trade Cuban the ,
getas to fail who girls and "Boys
affectedby seriously most are 'Florida !
of industries and people "The out. pointed Stokes Act I
Standards Labor Fair the of ions
ban. -r-rt i
provis Labor Child the of '
trade the of conditions the under .
-violation in are hours school during ture
directly imported -
Cuba from be not .
-agricul- in work of type any form .
could which country other some .
per- age years r '
to of 16 under
through States United the entering
youngsters y allow who "Employers]
goods' prevent "to stated Rogers .,). ..,, .
today. i "" "-VI
Congressman "trade Cuban on ;; : cost .additional at 'optional covers wheel and tires, Whitewall.


Govern-embargo'placed. 'the'' for the necessary tighten, > ,IJT to. ."It ment' : Labor'sWEPC E.here' N.said 12490.. of Miami. ,at;\Department,:office North field Avenue) .the 7th of-,, PAYMENT AFTER'DOWN" 7411f'tJ?4 Only4$ "- y I 0 .. Now N

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j Jlotw'1! ; j \ ''il' supervisor. :,Stores; U t1UJ.1 Ids -'"/ (at .PER. ..Jot.,'.. '
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'alLlcbau'trade.: embargo( President's' { .
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the principles'' the of violation ... _
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., long so '!'BeanJpic.kJnV.No' ?} !'and 'sir JJ.}\& !service routine )miles 6000 every(
in country third a through States .
United the entering from goods .Bells 'School' be to going "It's' =:_ pow&flvTwice-a-year Thunderbird of choice styling Thunderbird
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> pickers. bean as age of years 16:der car. -our big -
Cuban any stop tp Commerce and luxury Y' moh more-for. Ford's' SEDAN CLUB 62?
un- girls and boys of employment ,
State of Departments' and House .
the halt to acting Mlami.are North
White the on called today )Fla.
and Miami in offices field from
D.( Rogers; Paul Congressman
investigators MIAMI-Wage. .
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Security Social increased' an approve you Do .6. weeks. several for Shirley, exhibit. the at shown Friday. Salerno :r: \ .. week. past the during Pahokee.

,...;......NNww. .N.ww.NwN fr': .... ...__.........?._ ?Affairs' Urban for created be rank Mrs. and, Mr. visit will who Burke be also will France liner luxury to trip fishing delightful, a joyed e.EvOPope' J. Mrs. and Mr. of guests inI Hospital Memorial Everglades,
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Cabinet of Department Federal new a Should 5. Mrs. mother her by home, new the of film A industry. food en- Colvard Guthrie Mrs.. and ;Rev ;,.: "being11l\! :; after home their for the at ill, seriously is who Cochran

-'........;:..\.'.;.,......,. ......... ........_' ........,.,,Bonds. U.N. of purchase S. U.favor you Do 4.4 -accompanied was She Georgia. Griffin her of products the with Floridians and Tillis Wiley Mrs and :iTi'morning'* ->ffSi>*F* v'"-Thursday left ,C. N. ,rora E. J. grandfather his also and
1-14.' t, from night Monday home her to t acquaint opportunity (} Kepp{ Don Mrs. and Mr. with visit
t A. B. Mrs. and Mr.
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NNwwwINwIN; ?tax transportation reduction-of a favor Do 3. returned art Shirley L. ( days several after Wednesday home
y C. {taking is France fair the in ticipate there Light of Pageant the t?} ; recently. 'Beach ,

'.. .'..:......'. '.... vi"... ?.?... ......................................'.-...M.3......................?.............?.....?.?.,....... GEORGIAMrs.[FROM\ HOME par- to country foreign only The attended also They Myers. Fort in Wira+;lt! in held Conference his to returned Kepp Donald, Mrs.
:. ::: .1. -: wN---N-: ; Cuba with : ". ,
:: ,'. ,;. < trade all ban to Bill Rogers the favor you Do ;2.2 consumer. American. the '-relatives of guests weekend the were ;'State' Saints Day Latter the tended of son. Miami of Reid, Jasper.

'/-' ........_I."..?.?: ............... ?aid foreign reduce States -United the Should 1. I Fund. for specialities of 'array' an view Sheppard Hazel'and Echols Terry 'i$McCtalnat" Coy Mrs.. and Elder, Point. Canal, of Lanham; L. .

y : Mrs. and Mr. parents p her with t
Mrs. G.
N. W.
z Heart the for volunteer your to will fair the to Visitors 6-17.--: Feb. tain. t $*at.iCatlala' Veal.

"NO",, -. .. YES QUESTIONS. generously giving by diseases heart ,Fair State Florida the :at Chas. S. J. Mrs. and Mr. of guests : t jjgher' hU-d 9 t! of to.thehome Hospital weekend the spending after
France
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.!' from the in featured be :-oeen'rooyA\ : has Daughtery James *returned Lanham Lee Sammie Miss
Building Connallyof '
Office, House 1'111. Room shopping and stores plants Leona Mrs. and children. ', .
C. M. ROGERS G. PAUL professionaloffices and business vassing:! delicacieswill food French TAMPA., and Connally Bill Mrs. and Mr. ". ':1-' Point. Canal of, tham Smith.

I'. ', you. Thank can- ,14th Feb. through 1 Feb. from Smith. T. R. Mrs. J.j tV'X:.':,:J Mrs. 'and Mr. ,parents Ruby Mrs. aunt her of 'death. the
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you matters. these here drive s Business for Heart-Days Feature Fair Be and Mr. and Chastaln? S. J. Mrs. his with visit a following Georgia to due home called. was Deal ,Mrs. I
? your me again asking help ,
and
to
on thinking of benefit the have let
;Beimtng post army his Sims. J3ennie( Mrs. and Mr. ents .
(Fort at ,
a conducting are community days '
past this for you thanking in me joins newspaper your and year Will Food French and Mr. with visit several *
i e rfetbfnedtp t has Latham Homer par her of guests the are Georgia
receivedlast Were responses 50,000 Over helpful. most be will me to it ing business, Pahokee's' from volunteers. after Tuesday home their to \ I ,
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-4 afternoon. Monday Stalesboro of Ellen Nancy ;
year. gress business to threat a serious so are {
return and form this. out clipping in cooperation Your this -returned Stan son and Georgia Tifton, .' I' .

Con the before, come. to expected issues important on views' your me diseases heart the Because billion. Harrington. of Smith Sidney Mrs. and Mr.: 114- ,friends t...: other, and Thomas Jimmie, daughter and peal Ellen Mary Mrs.

give to you'.asking am I which in Questionnaire annual my is This, 1$1$ exceed to estimated is economy R. A. Mrs. and Mr. of, guests .hokee. Mrs.r! !of guests the were school -Beach. Palm West, in

i our to cost The Association. Heart -,recent the were Florida Gainesville, ,of kee .Pah in teachers former both Hospital'Samaritan inGood surgery
>a si"" :Friends Dear Pa- of Hand Fred Mrs. mother
children d and Milton Ed Mrs ; undergoing after Sunday home
of Harlowe Frances
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.ft.v. .' 'County Beach Palm the to their of guests the as weekend 'worth1'{ .
\ :,,4'.. : i -daughter and Jernigan P. W. r j- +MrsM, d 'p'& ;Massachusetts( her: to returned Stuart L. C. Mrs.
; ;A. : aoJ. according diseases vessel blood and heart the spent Jacksonv1l1 of children '
Georgia.Mrs. -Boston of McNamara Barbara Miss Fair. State Florida the attended
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\ : Florida Of the of because the ,Thomasville in ,Gibson Major and Hand Donald Mrs. and Mr. t. t,1r.r,st ,, ,
;: States United' Mrs. tC Mrs Another? her j They Tampa. in visitors weekend
,. Mrs. ,
McIlwain F. E.
of
Pahokee.
la annually lost are production of I and parents.Mr. his with visit days .., t S4fj(bst gt weekend the was Beach were Janette and Nancy Ross

Rogers:. G. Paul 'Congressman" Of ''s' man.da million 69 than More several after night Sunday home weeli-and{ Mr.the parents were Lauderdale'their of guests Fort end of I Delraxl..., "''91'; Pickett..". zseuye' .MISS... I. ,Harrington. .. U.....I >A.. .Mrs. ana Mr.._ .
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\\ t :: .McI1waiq. Chandle Mrs. and Mr. .

L'U.t. L'q 't"t Questionnaire ,. I Annual: -!I'o'' ;t \ ,. ':1.:': Disease. Heart -Coun- Polk in relatives Wednesday.erly'visited\, Brandon. in ,Bebble. m.j.' and.ry' .'.t. : : ",

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\p'fmqr\; ; ;; .t"t..JG; '' j ; \ .:I V'A.-' >. \ "!.1. E' ,daughters Davenport. ? Bill y;. ; mm: NI [ "I :
!itil ,r: IGt, .. ','. ". -r .. .: ., :. :.: : : f Of Because Lost -Bev; Max Mrs. and, Glade Belle Ter and : INS PERSONAL I
guests
Mr. of weekend the '
... ,. ,, .. Faulkof Rudy Mrs. Boynton Tom Joe Mrs. and :
lJCtlJ'n' 11. "' I tJ! LP.II }I.U.tJJ}JJI q 1 H-H" .j'i I U.IJ.I ,'ti'HH'H'}'' : : J. Hours Man Millions Mrs.: ,Boynton G. H. Mrs. and Mr. were Fraser J.. L. Mrs. and, Mr.: > '

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dinner Sunday the were Myers Fort ._,.... -
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meeting. this attend to of Cammack H. D. Mrs. and Mr. .., \'" *;t;'
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invitation personal a Woman Bureau :.,- OO.PAHOKEE MOTOR PAHOKEE I "
Farm each to extend to like would "get. '

chairman ,Stokes Robert Mrs. bud small very a on, building, the ': .

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Point Canal in Drive) Shore Lake build to us "enabled, said he ance" AT NOW TRADE TO FOR PAID BE TO HAVE NOT DOES 'CAR PRESENT YOUR I

on Kautz Walter Mrs. of strucUngthebul1dlng"ThlsassIBt- "

the- at 27 February on meet will con- and planning in Agriculture f of!< ._ .. >
RADIOS TRANSISTOR 8 PHILCO 500 .
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BureauF.oA.r.Farm Everglades the of tee Department State the and Conner I '
Activity Commissioner! from received .. SETS TV COLOR PHILCO INCH-21 50 FAIRLANES FORD 1962 10 ..
The
Commit Woman's

GROUP BUREAU' FARM\ .assistance for officials Ranch of ciation ....-,- prizes valuable these of one win.+ can rules-you, t contest for Dealer rn ill A ffi rnmn! {@0 ill'D@2 A WD
any Entry an do you I [ : :' A
missionaries. foreign as appre the expressed Yarborough Ford See Blank. Official out fill is to have all win to eligible be To '

!Special Winter your out pick to in come you when Magic
serving are they') where 13 February dairymen. and farmers Contest Prize Mile the Enter
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oni Laos Vientiane Jn arrived had Florida' by' donated cows' dair

,children and Gustafson Ed Mrs. of herd small a have already They I -
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:and Mr. that stating York New in milk. own their produce to facilities Y

'Board' Mission$ Alliance the from and equipment available latest l the .. ,

!cablegram a received Point Ranch the at boys the give will ing DEALS OUR
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Canal of Latham D. J.J Mrs. and Mr. build. dairy $15,000$ the said
TO LISTEN '!PRICES
MISSIONARIES FOREIGN noon.He 12 '..

.. at afterward immediately held be
now
OUR AT LOOK !
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said. Brown date that after shortly will which fry fish a and program "'

adopted:, be can schedule new, the dedication the attend, to invited 1 t right h all them sell to t t out

that contemplated is it and 1 is public the. said ,Trustees,Ranch ., .
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untilApril tabulated be not will, 'keeping Boys the, of Chairman clenny : we're' Falcons-and and

record year's' first the year a than Mac- of Yarbrough Ed Sheriff ,. ,

more for effect in been has speaker. .. ... Fairlanes Galaxies 2 62 6' 1 !

,schedule fee present the Although principal the as Conner Doyle '.. +

.available'' care medical Commissionei Agriculture State new of carloads extra .
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best the to entitled is claimant ed with 24 February m. a. 11 at held t .
t-getting We're !Ford 2 62 a on
injur the realizes it because cases be will Ranch Boys Sheriffs Florida '

compensation workmen's' for fees the at building dairy anew* you for buys b t hot means
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medical equitable and fair dedicating Ceremonies OAK LIVE r ,
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establishing with concerned is FIC the North up weather Cold :
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said Brown 'Worley A. Chairman Ranch h Boys Their 'cq' #groe?:!,' ',s"tif
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regulations.Sheriffs Child-Labor; .,. .4. 'nf. ... t.v... .. .. k .. ...... ,. ... >r. ,r... .. .... .,. ..,.. .... .. ,... .
the of parts all from advisers ial r. :; rr..t.. .. .!: .v. .., .!,.... ,:, r. :y. X> .d. : # 1..x 4 n r.. }G. .ar r.di n ...4 : ,,:.4. ., yn. .,.n... : ..,.r. ,.fq. .ti. f
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spec" industry ; ,.., .. 3',..Y..k...r :.4.. .',. .a. .r. r.4.: : Jp i & .v. .f 3' n. /J. .,
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..representatives,leaders labor ,doctors medical complete more for here offices field .... .:.. i.. ...,.W.:, v. .t. .. y. :.. }..: ,d:...{!.t .y..k/7 !. /4' {: ..q.,,a.Y+J"f.r S Sr..7. #l: dd. / r. .r.. ,.'.../..n I..Yb: d.. .....:. .r. ,r r,, ,.+.a ',.dy.{. wn..
....' e.. po ..... the f or either call or write to ployers -_. :7 d 1 v4. (1 R crr. r. add 4
,o d" s' tom\ is Committee( The
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em- urged Denicke and Stokes ,
Tallahassee. Hotel val ,
farm.
*Du the in Sunday 4 March m. a. ,
home h their on parents their for ing
9 at held be b will cases ,
compensation work children for is exception Only ]:I
workmen' for Schedule Fee
product.p another of ingredient:: an :
Medical the of revision recommend I .
as or form original their in lines II
and study to committee sion's'
state across them sniping firms
Commis, ,' Industrial,. :Florida' the t of ,
meeting First-TALLAHASSEE to or directly either commerce ,
interstate in products their ship

or commerce interstate in ,engage
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4' h March d Discussed who growers and farmers to p D
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Beplies To.Fee Medical ap law child-labor Federal said.The


.. '.. .. sary Denicke ",days school on classes.

attend to free be must they .
neces,toe may'action whatever take their, ,
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y any oron 2'j'' "
and; ;matter )( but holiday school. school, "i ; '
thisr t of-review quick ? : ; ::; .
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n willmake2: ;' Government;the that later f befpre.ischool; VJprkonfp.rmt! "S' g g' ?' .
hopeful am,. I' plugged.I be must It Y may: Children;{ n session. in. re schools DEALER L FORD our r of one get to :chance a Here's'

; : :;: 16when 6 1 under gtrV; any, or boy :
exist does adoophole+if'a' stopped .
y any of use the bars It;him. for work :
that'thisbe,' the'President' of .
who people the of age the ermine\
intention,the of spite in Castro- reach to
to'de- employer each of .
continue not do dollars American .
-responsibility the it makes law Federal' 'rvv-v* : \
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banning this! that action, insure.Presidents To trade. .. the Cuban of possess who and education skills., Job school no PAYMENT DOWN,* $4040' $ Only Y n 0 PAYMENT DOWN $3900 Y n


purpose in be would the for This d disregard' country.: complete third a under high a women lack who and age men, of are years,states,21 / MONTH AFTER PER I Now N MONTH AFTER PER 0 ,/ 'p, .. $ Only I 0 Now O N .

noel I as well as Florida in I d ed ,., ,
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in manufacture after form cigar in prier.lcllld"gieo# ; /; dtlirtitd tttail' ivggnlrd'mawlaclvtini'" / /OIOm/10/iw/ / c on *
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\ .country this,'enter to tobacco unemployed a that showing the of percentage,studies Security large !wagon station' passenger i. 'job down')' the costs on y y hauling l to built your pickup keep and ton !, PICKUPS S P C I P FORD 0 R _

Cuban as'such' goods for possible be U- SIDE-Rugged STYLE
way it that suggested now is It" Employment to referred Denicke) -six *lowest-priced America' 'WAGONS! FALCON a' ,.*: FORD -62', ,
added. t
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I. Baptist Church For Church Addition
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SUNDAY: this week by Blanton and Unwin,'
10:00 a.m.-Sunday School I I I Pahokee contractors; on the new
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
I addition to the First Methodist
7:00 p. m.-B. T.'C. Church in Pahokee. Eight class
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship rooms.will be available when the
I I I WEDNDESDAY
Ij : new work is completed with con-
I 7:30 Midweek
j p. m. Prayer
j crete block and stucco finish. The
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First MethodistChurc1t j Canal Point The Methodist Church I I 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: addition will cost. .$22,000.00.

Pahokee : ChurchRev. Canal Point FloridaRobert I 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary
Baptist :Meeting. TEL Sunday School I
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SUNDAY: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: Lisa Lombard Has -
9:45 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Church School The T. E. L. Sunday School Classof

'11:00, a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning, Worship 11:00 a. m. Morning: Worship i Birthday PartyMrs. the Canal Point Baptist Church
6:45 p. .-MYF 6:30 p. .-Training:Union. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship met,at the home of Mrs. Ray Hawk

7:45 p. m.-Evening" Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship < Lou Lombard and daughters Monday afternoon for their regular
,TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: monthly class meeting. Mrs. J. D. (
returned to their home in Miami
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac-i 7:30 p.. .-Prayer Meeting. 3:15 p.,m.-Youth Choir practice Latham, president, gave the devotional I
ticeWEDNESDAY i ...- TUESDAY: Sunday following several days visit and presided at the business ,

: I Church Of God 8:00'p. m.:-Woman's Society1st with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller. meeting. It being the birthday of
7:45 p. m.--Mld-week.devotions' Tuesday2nd While here. Lisa celebrated her one of their members, Mrs. Frank
8:30 p. m.-Senior ,Choir prac-I' :Barf ield Highway MONDAY: fourth birthday with a party. There O'Connell, the group joined in sing- I

tice. I I 7:30 p..ro..-Esther Class meeting were approximately 15 little guests ing Happy Birthday. There were
Pahok, e, Fla; WEDNESDAY: ; attending.: Mrs. Miller and Mrs. 10 members in attendance and one

The Church Of God I J. W. .Hughes, :Minister. 7:30 p..m. Prayer Meeting I.'Lombard were, assisted by Mrs. I Visitor, Mrs. Hale of Mississippi. I
Phone 3736 Pete Hollon and Mrs. Hilburn : The hostess served delicious re

Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal ] SUNDAY: V CLASSIFIED ADS PAY J Murphy of Clewiston. freshments.
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John H. Kinard pastor 7:3d p. m. -Evangelistic Ser- I \
10:00: a. m.-Sunday School I viceTUESDAY

11:00 a. .-Preaching Service I :

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

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

and singing. -- 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade I

First Baptist .
The Pahokee ChurchOf SALES and SERVICE
Church PahokeeGuthrie
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The Nazarene

W. Colvard, :Minister J Heating Air Conditioning Appliances ir
Rev. Max D. Jones, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a. m. ;...
433 Bacom Point Rd. Morning Worship11:00 a. m.
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Phone 7528 'P. O. Box 882 Training Union 6:30 p. m.-

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11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. I Service 7:30 p. m. .

6:30 p. m.-Juniors. A warm welcome to all. "'4
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7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening | ..JJ. .. :}:{ :{'tJ.SSVSaZY.VYINA: A ttiJ )MiJwY iM tj
Evangelistic Service. I
WEDNESDAY: Christian Science It
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer I t
meeting. Group Of Canal Point )4'J .'
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"Where you are a stranger but .
Brotherhood will be stressed at I _"
once" .! ,
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Sunday. ct
Holy Nativity I t E ",Scriptural selections.in the.Les ;5 k

Episcopal Church I I I son-Sermon entitled "Mind" will
include this advice of Paul: "Now
Pahokee
I beseech you, brethern, by the
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name of our Lord Jesus Christ,
Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar
SUNDAY: that ye all speak ,the same thing,
and that there be no divisions
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11 a. m.-Worship Service I among you; ye
joined together in the same
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mind and in the same .judgment"I
St. Peter's Lutheran ( Cor., 1).

One of the correlative citations.
Church Belle Glade
be read from "Science and Health

with Key' to the Scriptures" by
August Koerber. Pastor Mary Baker Eddy states ((pp. .2 \ivti
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade :
469-470): "With one Father, even
SUNDAY: 'S c:
God the whole family of man wouldbe :
Divine Services 11 A. M.
and with one Mind ,
bretherq;
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School 9:45 A. H.i
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hood of man would consist of Love

St. Mary's Catholic and Truth, and have pnity of Prin- '>, .: .
Church ciple and spiritual power which con-
stitute divine Science."
Father Francis-Fennech, Pastor .' ..- --

Sunday Mass11:30 a. m. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY Reddy Brightens
Confessions before :Mass. BIG DIVIDENDS' ,

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'which is owned and operated,by more than 120 production, faster processing. And the farm -
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Page Eight.. The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, February 23, 1962

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:;;;;:Jis.. times who said "Invention is 10 I Mechanical harvesting of tomatoes wwwuww
7tzi 1 7tlJhont I per cent inspiration_and 90 per cent appears to be making pro "
-:;;;:;. I'm I gress. Because of our big Florida Pahokee Public Thoroughfares.:
.j, F" I perspiration. sure that most _.
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;,, '- ,development "and' research engi- tomato crop about 45,500 acres i

; d bye neers will agree. with estimated value of $50,494,000in .. ..

: I. .Ooyltt New inventions are becomingmore the might 1960-61 find season that-mechanical,our growers Committee ffimei: I

numerous in the field of
agri- .-'
Ftorfdo culture and more kinds of specialists harvesting would easeconsiderablythe By City Council :
pressures of'rising labor costs I
\ Dipartmcnf ofAgt are devoting their talents to and taxes.
the farmer's problems. It's fascin- I I
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There's old "Ne- ating to me to see the manner in The Pahokee I
an saying that As everyone .knows, a tomato is City Council has appointed a Public II
cessity is the mother of invention.** lieve it was Thomas Edison, one of naturally "squashy." It must be Thoroughfares Committee of Nine prominent citizens to study j!I
the inventors of
It's as true today as it was a long greatest recent handled with care. Usually those at the proposal of four-laning a highway through the City of I
which America's great advances in
tinge the center rippen sooner than those Pahokee. A recent tentative survey was made by the State I
ago. j technology and science are finding J
I at the periphery of the vine. So, Road Department at the request of the City Council and maps
To invent something worthwhile,t practical applications for improving I
research plant men now are seek- of the have been made available ,
'I survey to the Council and
however, is a mighty complicated' some segments of agricultureor :
ing to develop a variety on which citizens of Pahokee. It is this
survey and other' proposed
master in this day and age. I be-i its many associated activities.
) all of'the tomatoes ripen at the routes for the four-laning that this Committee .will study I
same time to permit all of them to
before
thoroughly
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t I..M.. ttlllllllllllill t t t 1111111' 111 I t SMI I t I HIM iiT be harvested in a single operation.New some future date. :Members of the highly important committee -"
type mechanical harvesters
HEAT R E Sj already have been undergoing field are: S

; tests in California. It is estimated Inman W. Weeks, ChairmanSouth
each machine replaces 50 or more
j PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN I hand pickers. Teamed up with tomatoes ( Bay Growers) .

.: Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road machine especially harvesting developed, you can for Jimmy Moore William Plumer I

J imagine the rise in 'production ef- (Western. Auto' ) (Glad'es- Chemical Co.)
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ficiency that could be accomp .
SUNDAY MONDAY -TUESDA* lished. R. B. Simonson ." Manning I. Keen

SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY FEBRUARY 25-26-27 Another machine which possibly (Farmer) (Standard Oil Agent)

FEBRUARY 25-26-27 might be important in Florida is a
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pumpkin harvester-loader alreadyon A. J. Gamot C. E. WilliamsMerchant

!\ "B CHELOR IN HAWAIIAN"PARADISE" the market. Think what is mightdo ( ) (Everglades Ins. Co.) .

s JAMES DARREN AND for the watermelon growers if it .
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MICHAEL CALLAN could adapted for that crop. Our Olaf Boe .. Dr. E. C. Johnson
BOB LANA
lipPE, TURNER, 1960-61 watermelon is esti-
acreage (Boe's
JANis -ALSO- Appliances) (Physician)
PAIGE AND JIM mated a't 66,000 actually harvested

1 J HUTTON "Roar Of The Crowd", for a total value of close to 12 million -
dollars.
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I' column work being done to perfecta Visitor Is VictimOf Dr., Harlan Sears
machine to harvest pecans and
I tung nuts, and the expectation we 'Layman Of The Year'

About Building? shall see, before too long, mechan- Heart AttackMrs. -
ical pickers in our citrus groves.. Dr. Harlan Sears, Jr., of West-
point, Miss., was chosen by his
All of. these developments in i Genevieve Rita Edwards church this week as the "Laymanof
: -.For Free Estimates, Call volve other things than just nuts, died suddenly of a heart attack at the Year". Dr. Sears is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sears Of
I the home of her daughter, Mrs
'. varieties Canal Point and is a practicing optometrist -
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Rita Sims, in Pahokee Monday
WILEY TILLIS
ical harvesting needs, the product Westpoint where he
night. Mrs. Edwards was a resident lives with his wife and children. He
must still I
I maintain a quality that
General Building ContractorBox I will be acceptable to consumers. of Hammond, Indiana. She and her is a member the Christ Methodist '

Changes may have to "be made in husband were spending several Church in Westpoint and it
54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127 planting and spacing to accommo- weeks at Riviera Beach. was his fellow members there who
date harvesting'equipment.. Funeral services and burial were elevated him to the high honor re

Thus, today's farmer, no matter in Hammond following shipment of cently.IN _
what commodity he is producing, as! the body from Pahokee to that .IM
j he seeks to solve one problem may northern city.Survivors VA HOSPITALW.
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\ J find half a dozen others cropping include her husband, A. (Pop) Reynolds, scout-
,I up when he acts on the first. For- Everett Edwards; a son, Pvt. JohnC. master of Pahokee Boy Scout
I tunately, he has the help of special-I ., Ft. Sill, Okla.; a daughter Mrs. Troop 628 and leader of the Paho
ists in many fields whq are qualified -! Rita Sims, Pahokee; three brothers kee Junior Wildlife Club, is a pa-
to tackle any of his specific Herb Dienkel, of Pasadena tient at the VA Hospital in Coral
needs. Sooner or later they'll come Cali., Jim Dienkel of Pompano Gables, where he is being treated
\ up with an answer. Beach and Bod Dienkel, of Osthi- I for a heart ailment.CLASSIFIED .

s s mot Mich.; a sister, Mrs. Berdina I 4ae_

Possibilities for an export:market Stowe Grand Rapids Mich.; and ADS IN THESE
,two grandchildren. COLUMNS PAY: BIG DIVIDENDS
in watermelons,,is visioned in a re-
cent trial shipment from South
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: t&tU I well receive in Britian, and if current --: :E' 1 :': t t : t t : t : : : t : 1 :'H H....-+-HJ+++++++HI+l.'.-+'H'

I tariff plans for U. S. trade: i. .
with Common Market countries
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develop favorably, Florida crop Home Financing .
; +1 ( C'l outlets, including melons and veg-' II .
.. a; '. l o etables, may be greatly increased.

L o I The farmer's* *influence* in Con- i! Is Our Specialty;

gress may be due to decline in the I
near future. Recent reports indi-
cate Congress redistricting, basedon +-'' :-+-: r 1.p..-'+ t.-' : : :-H-W-W W HX--WWH-

1960 census figures, will leave

I fewer congressmenfrom farm LIFE IS. GRAND

.., areas. By 1963, it is suggested,
UOME
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congressmen may -
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GARA<<;;E s.. I two to one. : "*:' ;J' WHEN YOU OWN

S ,RETAINING WALLS When the first censu"s was taken It : I
in 1790, our national population of .
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GARDEN WALLS just under 4 million was 95 per cent I I Ii

TERRACES rural. The 179 million population' in YOUR OWN HOME .
1 the 1960 census was only 30 per

,: e PATIOS cent Those rural.figures are pretty convinc- i Whether You Buy or Build' i
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you concrete masonry blocks pro- ing proof that the story of agriculture -
**... .-v vide extra. beauty, .convenience ease of- building, and what it means to our s t

.- economy of upkeep. For. quality block precision nation needs constant repetition. YOU CAN OWN THAT HOME .
made on.Stearns equipment. see us today. Unless there is widespread under-

{ standing and appreciation: of thefanner's YOU'VE DREAl\IED''Or NOW !
contribution to our econ-
omy, the farmer is a"pt'to find his Don't deny yourself and your family the joys of home owner-
FOR BUILDING ECONOMY USE CONCRETE MASONRY
l legislative needs pushed into the ship any longer see us about a home financing plan to fit!
the background. your needs and budget! .
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! regular monthly meeting of
:i '. the Canal Point Baptist W. M.. U. SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION

.. will meet Monday February 26 at .SAVINGS INSURED UP: TO 16.000 BT FBHRAX SAVUfOS
" 1 t .. ,.PAHOKEE, FLA. BP T3 GLADE. FLA. 8:00 p. m. at the church. J. rs- Ber- AND LOAN XNSUBANCK.bOBPOaATXOtf::
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