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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: March 2, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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March 2,1962CIRCULATING PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL PO/NT BY PAUL RAfZDIN I I



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Annual Cub Scout Banquet Glades Sugar StoryIn ,Be Week Held Of March Prayer 5.9 To Local Youths Win


FPLMagazineS Orlando Fair PrizeThirteen
The Week of Prayer for Home

Draws Huge Crowd 190 'Folks Missions and Annie Armstrong of-

"The Three C's of Castro's Com- fering will be held March 5 thru 9 Palm Beach County 4-

... munistic Cuba have opened the at the Canal Point Baptist Church. H clubbers left Sunday for the Cen-
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I door for expansion of the Glades The theme will be: "Help Us O tral Florida Fair State 4-H Club
A group of 190 people gatheredat Revival Closes sugar industry but two more C's- God for the Glory of Thy Name." dairy cattle show at Orlando and

the Community Hall in Canal Canal Point ToniteThe production Controls to be estab- Monday from 3 p. m. to 4 p. m. returned with a bevy of medals and

Point on Tuesday night of this lished by Congress-will determine Mrs. W. S. Evans will present the I awards.
week for Scout which
a meeting revival meeting at the Canal just how far the door will be open.. program. Tuesday from 9:30 to I Judging, of the cattle was held
said to be of the largest
was one ed." 10:30. Mrs. J. L. McCall will have I
Monday, 'according to Raleigh
Point
Methodist church will acme
; and finest held in this area. 1
The occasion ever the. Annual Cub to a close tonight after running i The above is the opening paragraph -. the program. Wednesday night at 1I I I Griffis, assistant county agricultural -
f was for in a story titled "Sugar Industry 7:30, Mrs. D. P. Hughes will be in I agent, who accompanied the
Scout for Pack No. 623 of ten days with Rev. Enoch Fink-I
Banquet I *' in the February issue of charge.. Thursday morning from group to Orlando.
ley, pastor of the Methodist churchin
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Cub Scouts to Bill :Moss
Cub Master., according Ruffin, S. C., doing the precah- "Sunshine Service" the monthly 9:30 to 10:30, Mrs. J. D. Latham I Peggy Bitting, Oren Bitting and

Florida Power and Light Company will be in charge of the program. Allen Webb all of Canal Point,

The meeting was opened with ing.The revival services, started each magazine. The story is ably writ- Friday night at 7:30, Mrs. Laith I walked off with the largest number .
T. C. O'Steen of the
Rev. pastor ten and accurately tells the Nall will have the "The
7:30 storyof program. of awards, he reported.
Pahokee Methodist Church offer- evening at were preceded by
the booming cane industryon goal for the offering is $217.00. I
sugar
of Cub special services for young peopleat ._, Peggy Bitting, competing in the
ing a prayer thanksgiving. -
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6:30. the eastern and southern shoresof Dutch belted breed classification,
Scouts and Boy Scouts were the Lake Okeechobee. won a blue ribbon and the reserve
honored groups on the occasion and West Main StreetWillBeRetreaded I
Attractive pictures accompany Grand Champion award for a heifer
the remainder of the huge crowd Defense Group In the article arid the Industry is described calf. She also won a red ribbon fora
made of friends I
was up parents,
I as "R e d d y Kilowatt' I. two-year-old entry.
and Visitors. Sweetest Customer." Oren Bitting in the
same competition -
With LionsAt
Awards to Eddie Meeting _
were given :
If you are interested in the arti- won a blue ribbon award
Scroggins, Bobcat Pin; Larry Moss, cle Curtis Chase at the Power
give Pahokee Council approved resur-I the junior champion award, and
Silver Arrow; Jimmy Wilkinson, Company a call and ask for an facing W. Main Street from Lake:I I Grand Champion Award for his
a joint meeting of the CanalPoint
Silver Arrow Mike Dobrow Wolf
; extra of the magazine. The the the workto
copy Avenue to city park junior yearling heifer.
Civil Defense Unit and the
Paul Cook Wolf and
Badge; Badge Everglades News publisher is sure be done The street runs
Bear local Lions Club Monday night the shortly. Webb, competing in the grade
Gold Arrow Pat Connell
; that the genial of the of the First Churchin
two groups heard Col. Ellis Alt- manager back Baptist Holstein breed class won a blue
Ronald Casto Bear
Badge; Badge;
Power will that
Company see
man, Palm Beach County Civil Defense you Pahokee. ribbon and first place and was
Lan McMichael Lion
Badge;
receive a free containing the Batchelor
copy City Clerk Patsy was awarded reserve
grand
Frank Director. He and his staff champion
,Tillis. LlonBadge. x story4H,. instructed to advertise for the honors for his
junior
presented an interesting movie on yearling
.
Bill Moss, .Jr., and Dick Tyson *
bomb explosion and civil defense. services of a manager at the mu- heifer. .
4 were presented the Webelo Badge,
nicipal swimming pool for the comIng In' the grade Jersey classification
Booklets CD
which is the highest award in Cub containing approved Club Girls In I -
Scouts. plans for various types of season. ,' Walter Webb Canal Point
fallout shelters were distributed An application for the rezoningof 1 I won a red ribbon for his heifer
Den 4
received the Honor
Plaquefor
having the most awards in Feb- by Col. Altman to those attendinging Contest On March 7 several lots on E. Main Street I I calf.Rardin's.
the meeting.At I was submitted 'to the City Councilby

ruary. the brief business meetingof Hugo and Olaf Boe Mondaynight. .
Boy Scouts, led by Scoutmaster National 4-H Club Week,
the Lions Club following Col. During i Modesty
Thomas Marteenez, of Pahokee, I
Altman's program, it was announced girls will have an opportunity to The application requests rezoning -
entertained with the induction into
Boy Scouts of David Carraway, a Lions Zone social meeting will participate in County Demonstration { of the property from R-1, residential Receives A TestWest
be held in the Community Buildingat Day. All 4-H club girls in the to R-2 multiple family
Dick Tyson and Bill Moss, Jr.
A delectable chicken supper was Canal Point Monday evening, I Glades area of the county who are apartments. It was referred to the

served to the group.A March 19, with members of the Pa-. 14 years or older, are encouragedto City Planning Board for recom- Palm Beach-Special) -

Den Mothers Meeting will be hokee Okeechobee and Canal Point participate in the DemonstrationDay mendation. County Commissioner Paul Rardin
I Clubs to attend.Cattlemen. to be held at the Belle Glade Pahokee in about 30 days will
held in the home of Mrs. Bill Moss I Canal Point. who also publishesThe
School 3:30 Wed- have the added protection of
High at : p. m. on a
at 4:30 p. m. the afternoon of Tues Everglades News, sometimes
nesday, March 7. (The girls must third fire truck. finds it
day, March 20. Field imperative because of his
I be 14 of of The ctiy council
Monday night
years age as January
Pack night will be Tuesday, county office,. to put his own namo
1 This is for accepted a low bid of $15,000for
1962) activity only some
March 27, at 7:30 p. mm the social on the front page of his Glades

hall of the First Methodist Church Day Set March 23 this age group, but younger 4-H the-new--pumper.McCurdyMitchell-.-. paper.
in Pahokee. club members may come and This week hewas chatting with

Cub Scout theme for March: watch. All 4-H leaders in the I I court house reporters and related
"Islands of the World." Mr. and I Annual Beef Cattlemen's Field I I I Glades area are asked to bring I I the story of a friend who called to

Mrs.-Bill Howard are Cub Scout Day will be held at the.;Everglades I their' girls on this day. : see if he (Rardin) was in town or

rectors. .di-I Experiment Station,Friday, March The classes for the demonstra- Erects New HomeWork I I Ilf he had been Ill. To which Rardin
I tions will be: Bread Making replied that.he had been
: 23, with Assistant County Agri- on the job
1
team and individual, Dairy Foods-- day.
every
$1,000 Bass Caught cultural Agent Kent Price as mod team and individual Public, Speak- was started this week on The .friend Jokingly explained

erator-during the morning session.I ing, Share the Fun-Talent Con a new building to be occupied by that he had missed seeing Rardin's
.
By Okeechobee Man The Palm Beach County Cattle test, County Song-original wordsto McCurdy-Mitchell insecticide Company -j name on the front page of The
man's Association will serve lunchat I a familiar or new tune. on Farmers Market Road in Everglades News and he wondered

noon and veteran' Palm Beach I Other demonstrations on any I.Pahokee just south. of, Lewis what had happened.One .

Fishermen take note! The money County Agricultural Agent M. U. other 4-H project-team or individual. Friend's barn where the company reporter told Rardin he

Mounts will speak on the history The judge for these activitieswill already has its radio tower erected.W. would see to it that the name got
fish One'was
being
are
caught.
and development of beef cattle be Mrs. Lottie Pierce, formerlyof K. Aldridge of the McCurdy- back on the front page-even if it

caught in the Okeechobee City I production in this county. the Florida Power and Light Mitchell concern said that work meant making up a story to do it.

area worth 1000. The prize moneyis During the afternoon session, Company in West Palm Beach. The started this week on driving 212 Which the reporter did-but he

furnished by the Schlitz Brew- Frank Polhill will be. moderator. winners will have an opportunityto piling to support the 60x108 con- wouldn't have had to because Com-
ing Company in Tampa and Florida .*'. win a trip to District Demon- crete block and steel building. He missioner Rardin, representing

. is zoned for the catches. Cyndy Friend Named I stration Day. This is a five county said that a 10 foot loading platform the vast Everglades section on the

Glenn T. Bell. of Okeechobee and event to be held at Camp Clover- would be built to take care of expediting county board is always news.

Tampa, caught the black'bass with To Sorority PositionCyndy leaf the weekend of March 24. truck loading. Handsome Glades agricultural lands, its

the tag that denoted its worth at offices will be built on the front of cattle raising and lately the impact

.$1,000. Friend, daughter of Mr. March 8 Deadline the building and they will take upa of a new sugar Industry, is enoughto
All fish are tagged and releasedby Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend of Pa-I 60x37 foot space.C. keep Commissioner Rardin and

the Florida Game and Fresh hokee has recently been elected to Small Claims Court W. (Slim) Orr will be in his district in headlines for many

Water Fish Commission and the the office of Public Relations in the charge of the construction work I years to come-just as it has in the

Florida State Board of Conservation Gamma Mu Chapter of Delta Gam- The.deadline for filing claims in directly under the supervision of many years Rardin has served as a

in the 1962 fish, research-and-I ma at Florida State University in the Small Claims Court for March Mr. Aldridge. public official.

sports prom financed by the Jos. Tallahassee. will be March 8. Court will be heldon --

Schlitz Brewing Company. Cyndy is a junior najoring in March 29 with Judge F. A. Cur- Max Wilson returned to Kansas Mrs. Jewel Peeples and son.

-- Criminology and Corrections. She rie presiding at the Glades _Office City Missouri. Saturday night Gregory, of Indialantic Beach Fla.,

Lt. Neely Johnson who is sta- is a member of the Florida State Building. where he is serving his residencyin are the guests of her sister and

tioned at U. S. Air Base in Valdosta Circus. Wesley Foundation, and '. .. a hospital there after visitinghis brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Buck

.. Georgia visited his parents. Pep Rally Committee. She pre- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux mother Mrs. Frank Wilson, Waldron. of Belle Glade. Gregory

Mr. and Mrs. Alec Johnson, duringthe viously held the office of assistant visited Mrs. Bordeaux's niece and who is a patient in the Good Sama- entered the Everglades Memorial

past weekend. pledge trainee for'the sorority. family in Fort Lauderdale.Sunday. itan Hospital in West.Palm Beach. Hospital in Pahokee Sunday. .






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J..i Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Friday. March 2. 1962:
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!: .- Marriage Problems Medical Fee Plan Stetson Homecoming

Will Be Discussed Study For Workmen Opens New MuseumDELAND

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. t ::0 The Family Life Education Institute TALLAHASSEE-First meetingof I Stetson University

t which are programs in mar- the Florida Industrial Commis celebrated homecoming recentlyby .
: riage and family problems person-
sion's committee to study and the opening of Gillespie Museum
ality development and social relationships I
:, E will be presented by Dr. recommend revision of the medical i of Minerals valued at' approximately -
John T. Greene March 4-7 in Belle fee schedule for workmen's com- [ $1 million.
Glade. This institute is conductedby pensation cases will be held this The collection of minerals in the

. the General Extension Divisionof week in Tallahassee.The museum is a culmination of yearsof

, Florida, which represents both committee is composed of interest and study in physical
the University of Florida Gaines- medical doctors labor leaders, rep- science by Dr. and Mrs. Thomas B.

ville, and Florida State University resentatives of industry and spec- Gillespie of St. Augustine Beach. .
The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE I I I.Tallahassee. ial advisers from all parts of' the Gillespie, a native of Palatka was I

On Sunday March 4, Dr.. Greene state. Paul E. Speh director of the the developer of the lavish Ravine
: LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF Workmen's Gardens in Palataka. "
will speak at the Community:Meth- Compensation Division
. dist Church at 7:30 p. m. Everyoneis is non-voting chairman of the com Dr. J. Ollie Edmunds Stetson .
THE EVERGLADES NEWS cordially invited to attend. On mittee. president also announced to the I,

: March 5, 6, and 7, he will lectureto Florida Industrial Commission homecoming assembly the trustees
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without the High School students dur- Chairman A. Worley Brown said unanimous reaffirmation of a desire -

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years ing school hours. On Monday and the FIG is concerned with estab- I for closer relationship with the

Established March 11, ,1924 Published Every Friday Tuesday nights, March 5 and 6, he I lishing fair ,and equitable medical Florida Baptist Convention.The .

: Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe I will lecture to adults at the High fees for workmen's compensationcases convention last November
School cafetorium at 7:45 o'clcok because it realizes the injured recommended the university transfer -
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn each night. Along with the night claimant is entitled to the best Stetson property to it and giveit

Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter sessions there will be films on the medical care available. power to elect Stetson trustees.W. .

subject. Although the present fee sched- .
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher -
.. ule has been in effect for more

University.Bureau JACK POPE BETTERA. than a year the first year's record A. KEEN PURCHASES
Democrats
$100 keeping will not be tabulated until STANTON CHASTAIN HOME

Gets Service Award L. (Jack) Pope pioneer resi- April 1, and it is contemplatedthat
the new schedule be Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Keen of Ba-
: Dinner March 10 dent of Canal Point, is back at his can
GAINESVILLE-The Universityof adopted shortly after that date com Point Road in Pahokee will
home following several in
Florida News Bureau has won I days I Brown said. soon move to their recently pur-

the Distinguished Service Information -, MIAMI-Frank Sinatra singingstar Everglades Memorial Hospital in I I ... chased home in Pahokee formerly
Award for outstanding:'efforts of stage, radio TV and motion Pahokee where he was taken after;I Mrs. Lucile Johnson spent the owned by Mr. and Mrs. Stanton

( among: Southern universities to pictures, will entertain Florida suffering a heart attack. Mr.!i past weekend sight seeing and Chastain. The Chastains moved to
promote public understanding: of I Democrats at Florida's Presidential Pope's condition is reported as sat-I visiting in Nassau. I I Georgia the first of the week.
university research. isfactory by relatives but he will
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.. Director Allen O Skaggs Jr. of 10th, at the Fontainebleau Hotel in have to "take it easy" for several
the news bureau and W. H. '''Hoke Miami Beach. months.
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Kerns, head of health center rela- The $100-a-plate testimonial for .
tions at the university said the -- -
Senator George A. Smathers will ..
NOW
program of information was rep- be honored by the presence of Pres-
resentative of the total effort to ident John F. Kennedy who will be I Classified AdsNICE

acquaint the public with the research the featured speaker. .

and advances being made Governor Farris Bryant, chair- TRAILWAYSgets
by the University of Florida. : ROOMS for rent in Pahokee.
man of the event, announced that
Phone 7352. 331 East Second
has since resigned from
Skaggs
ticket sales throughout the state
\ his university post to accept a po- have exceeded expectations. Lead I Street. :Mch23p: to

sition as director of public rela- .
ing Florida Democrats, along with
tions of Silver Springs.Lawrence outstanding dignitaries from other I ATTENTION FARMERS: Have NEW YORK
--. I 300 acres muckland for lease 3 I
areas, will attend the banquet,
to 5 years. Land partly cleared and
Jaudon Bryant said.Serving faster
plenty of water. Contact B. G. Collier -

Home From Hospital dinner are as U.vice-chairman S. Senator SpessardL. for the Box C, Sebring, Fla. F23-3tp BOSTON

Holland; Cabinet Members Tom NEW YORK
Mr and Mrs. Wiley Tillis received Adams, Richard W. Ervin Ray SUGAK BOOM is sure to hit. If

word that I.{rs. Tillis' brother Green, J. Edwin Larson Doyle you have a spare room or two for BALTIMOREWASHINGTON
Lawrence Jaudon, of Wauchula was Connor Thomas D. Bailey; and I rent, why not place an ad in this 1
able to return to his home in Wau Democratic U. S. Congressmen I column and watch results. A phone -'Ii'' -1111 JJ5L'-=

chula Wednesday, after being a Charles E. Bennett Robert L. F.I call and: $1.00 will get the job done. ,ff, =

patient for several days undergoing Sikes, Dante B. Fascell, A. Sidney HOMES FOR SALE: Two New I I-- RICHMOND

treatment and complete rest in Herlong Jr., Paul G.'Rogers, James Homes Open and For Sale I
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the Lakeland Hospital. The Jau- A. Haley and Donald Ray Mat- Greenstar Avenue, Pahokee Fla. -r- RALEIGH
dons are 'former residents of Pa- ,'
thews. ,
Henry and Jon Merkel: Construction -, -
hc-kee. Lawrence owns and_operates Neale Roach, who has served Company. Dec 29-J26ch --'"
the Western Auto Store in Wau- I It FAYETTEVILIEi
with the National Democratic
chule. His son, Roger Jaudon, owns Committee for 25 years, is direct- ROOMS ARE NEEDED almost ,t- l'- I

the Western Auto Store in Bowling ing the Florida Presidential Din- daily. If you advertise in this I -. -. I:
Green. General classified column folks will know ; ii I
.. ner. headquarters for the I I "I +-- .
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event is in Room A of the Fontaine- where to find that spare room. --I. .
CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE bleau Hotel. Send $1.00 and copy for your ad'to i 1 1\ jAIXSONb'ill[
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COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS The Everglades News, Canal Point, .---' '"
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-- Rogers Is ChosenOn I Fla. ORLANDO

FOR SALE: New and used Willys
Science Seminar
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
in Belle Glade Phone 3058. MIANIr
Congressman Paul Rogers of Oct. 17-54-ch .
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Florida has been selected by the :
COTTAGES AND ROOMS for rent
Brookings Institution of Washington -
in Canal Point. See Dr. Boswellat
as one of the 25 Members ot
Congress to participate in a seriesof Paradise Camp in Canal Point.

science seminars under the gen Phone 9721.

eral heading of "Rapidly Advancing Ride our new thru-liners
FISH CAMP For Sale on Palm .<
Scientific Fields." The I
pro-
Beach Canal in Canal Point.-
g grams will be presented by the Has 5 room furnished residence over our
Association for the Ad-
American
I and 4 cabins.-also Tackle and .
vancement of Science. Bait Shop. This business could pay Florida
NEW East
route!.
The purpose of the seminars is to for itself in 12 months. Call Ownerat '

provide the Congressmen with a 9421, Canal Point. Mar 2 He
,Chance to get better acquainted

8.15 J!$ : I with some of the background and A NICE LITTLE BUSINESSMAN NEW THRU-FAST SERVICEFrom

j recent developments in significant WOMAN
uwt usut areas of science thus providingthem Full or Part Time Canal Point to: One-Way

I with facts about fields whichare Representing a National NEW ';YORK $36.90The
important and undergoing advertised product in only Thru sernceWASHINGTON

rapid change. your area. '$33.20The
The speakers for the evening BAYER ASPIRIN only Thru aernceJACKSONVILLE

ADM 25c + FREE PARKING meetings will be those with out. We will appoint a qualified per $ 7.70
standing reputations in their fields, son to supervise 20 selected accounts 4 Thru trips dally

QUINIELA5 EVERY RACLCTAllY and'are known to be stimulating and expand. No experience MIAMI $3.07
DOUBLE 1st 2 csIUXUIIOUS speakers. Full discussions and debate necessary as we train you and your 4 Trips-faster service. (plus tax)

will take place on thesubjects income starts immediately Invest. For Information Please Call
covered. ment'required is $1600. If you have
CANAL POINT SPORT SHOP
ClUBHOUSE Congressman Rogers has participated the available capital good references -
in two previous study groups serviceable automobile be- M. C. Carter, Agent Phone 7787

sponsored by the Brookings Insti- tween 21-55 years write for ap-
tuion once in a study of the Con- pointment.
gress itself and the attitudes of its Please do not answer this ad it takeTRA1LWAYS. ..
KENNEL CLUB own Members toward it; and in you do not have all the above qual-

another science program. ifications. -
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WEST ONBELVEDERE Write giving name age address
Mrs.Wilma Alley and,Mrs. Hazel and phone number and our regional .. .
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Chastain'were visitors in Miami supervisor will grant,you a personal easiest,. on .....,,,
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[ Friday March 2, 1932: The Everglades Newts, Canal Point. Florida Page Three
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: Don't Let Anybody I .

Charge For Aiding

Social Security ,

R. C. Gehrken, Jr., :Manager of I .
the West Palm Beach Social Se- ,
curity Administration District Of- :

flee, announced today that three Rome
accountants from Conway, South I r r. mowa
Carolina pled guilty on February ,
14 to charging unlawful fees for'

aiding persons in applying for social r
security benefits.
James R. Holbert, Sr., pled guiltyto
four counts in an indictment returned -

last May by, a Alexander Federal Grand S. Holbert Jury NOW COMES TO BELLE GLADE

pled guilty to three, and Wendell J.
Holbert pled guilty to eight. They
were sentenced to a year in jail on

each count by Judge C. C. Wychein CANAL POINT PAHOKEE SOUTH BAY
U. S. District Court in Florence,
South Carolina, or payment of a
$500 fine on each count.
The Holberts had collected their MODEL HOME MAY BE SEEN DAILY AT EAST CITY LIMITS OFT
fees in a number of instances by arranging -

assisted to have pay the over appplicantsthey to them a r-_ '-' SOUTH BAY ON HIGHWAY: 80 _

large portion of the first social
security check received. Since LOOK 'FOR THE KINGWAY SIGN

many of these checks covered sev-

eral benefits months were for due which, the fees retroactive involvedwere own your own home for : : ;' : .' ;): : '

excessive. : u
Gehrken cautioned all applicantsfor .' :' ', : :. ".' ,' :': sON .:

I social security benefits to beware '\',;: \ 'LESS THAN =
... of persons who offer to assist I,
them in obtaining benefits in return '
for a portion or all of the first '
benefit check.
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53,Killed, In State


During JanuaryTALLAHASSEEFlorida I

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State
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troopers investigated 2,431 accidents '

outside of towns and citiesof i _
the state in January in which 53
persons were fatally injured; 16
per cent less than for the same
month last year. ': THE LOT OF YOUR CHOICE .

In a monthly report today en
the activities of the Florida.High-
way Patrol for the first month of' Or If You Don't Have A Lot, KINGWAY Will Get You One !

the year, the following was stated:

rests State"and Troopers wrote 23,385 made faulty 11,710 equipment ar--I JUST ONE OF. THE"MANY. MODELS AVAILABLE IN 2 and 3 Bedrooms. '.... .
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notices, plus 'another 10,886 : .
written warnings to motorists. N-f NMf.OMf
Safety education sergeants made f '; :-:'iYIN.
342 talks, gave 1,704 radio talks DINING'KHOCN BEDROOM
e'lO"x 'S- oxoyBCCROOM2
and showed 145 safety film.
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Troopers worked a total 118- '
447 hours and patrolled 1,793,661 HALL
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miles of state and federal high-
ways. They also gave 8,422 assists
"to motorists the'roads. LIVIoIG ROON
on 16 "XI6'1"
ELEVATION & (DEER PARK)
In the weights division the men i5 Xlt
weighed 38,972 trucks found 701

overweight and their owners were RED BRICK $8,790.00, -
assessed $49,849. .
2 Bedroom 1 Bath

AT RIVIERA, MEET "\ ALUMINUM SIDING 8 290.00 Dining-Living Room

Rev. C. D. Stewart and W. S.' Kitchen Carport
Cross attended the executive committee 902 livable sq. ft.-Prices do not include lot Utility Room Septic Tank

.meeting of the Palm Lake .7. r U._. J' -,. \ .r _
Association at the' Riviera Bach

Baptist Church Tuesday.. THE ABOVE PRICES PREVAIL IN BELLE GLADE, CANAL POINT, PAHOKEE, AND
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CALLED TO 3IELBOURNE- SOUTH BAY AREA WHERE THE FOUNDATION REQUIRES PILING, GRADE BEAM

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross of Canal AND SELF-SUPPORTING SLAB. PRICES ARE BASED ON AN AVERAGE 8 FOOT DEPTH

Point were called to'':Melbourne FOR PILINGS.SCheck '
Fla., Wednesday of this week on

account their son-in-law of emergency, Doyle surgery Branyon.onl)I THESE FEATURES: Choose/ YOUR. ',OWNPRICELOCATIONFINANCING. .

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IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I Exterior Red Brick or Kaiser : t
i FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Aluminum Siding in the Colorof
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR PALM
ISEACII COUNTY. your choice Also low conventional
IN CHANCERY 62C337-E
JANIE SULLIVAN PILCHER. :-: 15-Year Bonded Roof FHA APPROVED financing
Plaintiff : "
vs- : Full Concrete Foundation -:* '
JAMES Z. :
PILCHER.Defendant : Windows for
NOTICE OF SUIT Awning-type MONTHLY PAYMENTS
TO: JAMES Z. PILCHER Controlled Ventilation '
1495 LakeMtxxxt Avenue Southeast
Atlanta Georgia 6-ft. Sliding Glass Patio Doorto
You are hereby notified that Janie low
Sullivan Pilcher has filed a Bill of Com- Bring the Outdoors in starting as as' '
plaint against you for divorce and you f '
are required to serve a copy of your Heavy I Insulation for Comfort
answer to the complaint on the plaintiffs S
Attorney, Thadd Whldden. P. O.I '
Each Room Finished'
to.
Box 705. Pahokee. Florida and file the .\. .
olglnaj answer in the office of the Clerkof Perfection */ : -. .
the Circuit Court of Palm Beach it S $3746
County. Florida on or before the 26th Decorative Floor Tile .., :-
day of March. 1962; if you fall so to do. ..
Judgment by default will be taken Throughout !> ,
against you for the relief demanded In .
the complaint. Modern Tiled Bathrooms
DATED this 14th day of February -
1962. Wall Furnace for Automatic
J. ALEX ARNETTE See HENRY ELFERSP.O. Area ...... ._ I
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Comfortable Heating
(Circuit, Court Seal) Box 274-South Boy, Fla.
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By Thaddle P. Plant Carport and Exterior Storage /
Deputy Clerk Phone: Wyman, 6-3579 (Belle Glade Exch.) I
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!!. solicitation., general'; .the!.in 1 assist: .-. --.E'S..
Starling Lyn Kay '
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the. with.connection in board the of chairman Hallman. H. William 1i -
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feelings the expressing ,afternoon owners. property .f .,

Monday. Bryant Gov. to telegram large and firms business toward ':
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a forwarded, commission The directed been has date to city the ilit

county. the in sheriff in done been has thai solicitation '. !

II acting been has ,Beach Palm the of Most 1. April to 1 March : 1.

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-Widener B. A. P. Bryant Gov. by ed I about from Raton Boca in run

suspend was Kellenberger Since to program solicitation, l general, a-!' !

Daves. by ed for drawn being now are Plans S
WAITING BUYERS !
squash: charges and retracted later contributors. 64 ,of Jotal a

were Jury grand another by ments from raised been has $130,000$ than :4 S 5
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Indict- of set second A court. in more something Raton .Boca In S fI f

S freed subsequently was ago months "anve." :, HAVE WE ** :

t severaf Jury grand a by indicted fund successful a.on hinge, lre."al1' f!? :.5' . ::: 55 ,. .. .. 5* S '.' ..
Kellenberger{ that noted Lytal University the of \! t + S S t4 S

area. this in forcement andestablishment issue bond the that said Bryant now car your for : : \

en- law l concern which I Farris Gov. that noted Fleming \

investigations, and indictments jury grand "mentum. ': .. \

.of result the as publicity -mo up pick must we but ,start higher trade we'll so 4'S'

-unfavorable some given been, has County good a, to off We're' successful., \ 4

Beach Palm said board}: county "mustbe said Fleming drive "The S

the of chairman ,Lytal Lake goal. total its of percent" 30 "about ,cars '
used need We
jury. grand the by at stands now drive the said I TRUCKS
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-Indicted been had who others several -Corporation Endowment the of '

and Kellenberger against charges -organization parent the is which
lots. our emptied have s C o
squashing Daves Joel DevelopmentBoard, Resources the E S ,
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Solicitor County by moVe a of heels the presidentof Fleming F. Thomas '.

on came action commission's' The issue. car Booming *SED I
sales used
ago. months several, bond state a through here USED \ -' \\ Ttk

suspended was who official elected -University the for million $5$ of excess :: : L1 + rh

the reinstate to and County Beach In funds capital acquire to plans \ / \ \\ :;
\y bi i
Palm of people the to sheriff to approval formal gave Control !LOOK *

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of office, the return to governor the of Board State the week A'i
T. :
asked Worth Lake Bandlow ward University.Last the for funds planning t

Ed. and Beach Delray ,Sundy Ben and operating initial for sought I3ki
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of motion on commission is $500,000$ of total A 1.: April : I
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County.The Beach Palm of sheriff by $300,000$ of goal intermediary w' r I

as Kellenberger Martin reinstate an toward moves drive the as ,town 1I
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to Bryant Farris Gov. on called each in chairmen local by mented ,

Monday Commission County -Imple- be will campaigns
Local
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yesterday. reported ration ,. zkIn; FL

Corpo. Endowment University the .
SheriffThe Reinstate
,County Beach Palm in towns and '.... 4i i
BryantTo Asks Board; .
cities smaller 22 in starting" "now Cowart. Reppard father 4
an into crops these of more or one I | J
S- if.:I Raton Boca at University the illness. ; attack. Gunter's' Mrs. of death the to due condition.

1"?days 10_ than less for funds raise to campaign to planted formerly acreage, of two-week a following Point heart a .from suffering Hospital here called being after home their heart a to due weeks 3 for home

in decided be this can 'How' asked. -diversion the for calls which Program Canal in Office Drainage the in,. work Memorial Everglades the at tient to returned.! have Haven Winter\ his to confined being after again

Holloway 1"?years 49 for paying Grain Feed the in part take at back is Thigpen Ann pa- a is Chancelor Grady Mrs. out be to able is Sellers Terry
"U"The Raton Boca For f of: Gunter P. J. Mrs. and Mr.
us obligate will and dollars billion eligibleto are,barley spring or .Georgia.Mrs.in places Pahokee. in Cowart t n weekend. past the f

one-half 'over well run will that Started Campaign -sorghum. grain corn of producers other and Savannah in spent days Reppard ,brother Ratliffs Mrs. days. several for during ,Jr. ,Thomas V. J. Mrs. and
., Hospital l Memorial Everglades the
project a on decision intelligent products.All these for prices stable several after night Friday home his of funeral the attended Wauchula Mr. of guest house the was Pierce 1

an make public the can "How '-:- and fair of consumers assure to )(5)( to returned Stewart .D. ,,C Rev. of Ratliff Clyde Mrs. and Mr. to confined being after out be to Fort of Kelly Madeline Miss -, :
I able is Harrington Donald Mrs. I
roads. of way the in want program. barley the jmd, ;products dairy and poultry days. ten approximately Wilson. M. F. fattier her
Pahokee. of Singletary Beach.t Palm West in Hospital
Florida Southwest in people the 'or program sorghum corn-grain ) meat of overproduction serious for away be to plan They Gras. di >"%t ? also and Beach Palm West in :
I Ray parents Samaritan; <
Mrs. and Mr. her d Good the at patient
what on conclusion" "hasty a the either with comply they if port of risk the reduce to )(4)( ;programs Mar- the attend to plan they where -Hospital Samaritan Good in ill is *who, I!\
of guest weekend the was Beach a being after: Wednesday home her ,
-making for governor the critized way sup- price 1962-crop for eligible be farm of costs Government reduce Louisiana Orleans New for today Wilson Frank Mrs. mother
Palm West of Garrett Doris Mrs. to returned Wilson M. F. Mrs. ,
Hollo- Miami. to Tampa from pike will rye and oats of Producers to )(3)( ;stocks Grain Feed excess left Thomas G. J. Mrs. and Friend visitingher are Virginia Arlington I

toll- a construct to% Bryant Farris sorghumbase.grain and corn farm's the the reduce further to )(2)( ; weekend.. Lewis Mrs. ,Chastain R. A. Mrs. Tucker., Mr. and Tucker daughterof and Adams. Don Mrs.

Gov. of proposal the blasted 'loway exceed not must producer the and Income farm increase to, )(1)(-same the during Pahokee, of Mcllwain F. Lairsey. Ed Mrs. and Mr. with .,B.' -A. Mrs. were mother his of guests .Lake. Eagle of Brackin !
weekend the Jacksonville
Hol as cited was diversion The ,acreage 1959-60 average farm's the are objectives its Likewise E. Mrs. and Mr. parents their visit weeks a from Sunday Gorda Peggy of Loyd Mrs. and Mr. and Dundee ;
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Bob and Johnnie
Program. guestsof the were Lauderdale Fort of children ,
club. civic, Tampa a before talk the in percent:( 20 of reduction mum Grain, Feed 1961 the Punta in home their to returned of Harris C. I. Mrs. and Mr. of
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and Shows Lee Mrs. and Mr.
ina AAA Club Motor Peninsula the mini. a be must there barley For similarto, be will explained Chairman Mcllwain Chandler Mrs. and Mr. sons and Martin Raymond ..,_,. season. guests the as Sunday spent hokee
manager the program the of Operation days. J 1 this Beach Palm .
(of'o general and president base. barley several improving.Mrs.is weeks
farm's the and Mr.
exceed not J f t Wret f in carnival Musi the attend Pa- of Harris C. J. Mrs. .
Holloway L. Marvin by out pointed : must producer the and crops these 30. for Pahokee in Hospital Memorial -several for ill seriously been has who P season Brackin. Lcyd?? Mrs.
have
was diverted are taxes 'motorists' of adjusted as acreage average March through 5 February from Everglades The at patient a being ,Butler Mrs. Sunday. Butler Ida : "t 'tickeiato, Plumer ,parents
''AtrryfJane and Hammond Mary Mrs. and Mr. her of gueat' the
how of example" "prime This 1959-60 farm's' the from percent 20 extend will"\period, signup The day. after Saturday home her to return tars. visited Sebring of daughter' as Lake Eagle in weekend the eptnt
Mock Phara Mrs. Douthit Cleo .
.. public. ing to announced 1 Committee County to able was Stokes S. R. Mrs. ,
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of reduction minimum a be must and Riffy Red Mrs. and Mr. Pahokee of Brackin Elinor Miss
Mrs. DuBose Lee' Tommie Mrs.
highways Conservation d and Uon tabUza '
motor the for provide there sorghum grain and corn Petersburg. St. of Griffith Dan Pahokee. : ,
: .' Ci!/( f ,. this Pahokee past the during Florida
l *weeki'r weekend.
money tag ny Agricult.uraJS Chairman rington '
usedto is license the of for that said Harrington I I Mrs. and Mr. wife his and brother of Shirley Claude Mrs.: and Mr. of. ; ,
rye.Mr. 'bY'!b Gamble EfcB. Mrs. and Mr. of Coast West the visited Tommy
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pen a not where union the state.in Har- R. A. Program Grain Feed .oil' '
I j I their with Haven in.Moore end guest house weekend the was ,
ure sons
guestsof the Cocoa' of Sheila George e Frankie! three
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only the is "Florida-TAMPA and oats including crops Grain 1962 the in part p take to up sign I j I week- past the' spent .CanaliPoint -Georgia,Griffin of Burke Mae Mrs. ..
I -daughter and Latham James Mrs. I and Tillis Frank Mrs J and< Mr : : .. ,.f
Feed their on support price may now barley Springplanted and of Geiger D. M.) Mrs. Mr.-mid- Pahokee. in Hospital Memorial .;wwwV-" "' ; '" -.' *\-'

eligiblefor be to want they 'if q ,sorghum grain ,corn of Tuesday. held were Everglades the in ill seriously :. "

Florida In Roads -required is crops Grain Feed these' ,. services funeral The Moran. Mrs. whois,Cochran E. J. ,grandfather his 'f ? l
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produce who farmers, by participation SignersGrowers For Looking ,cousin Arrieta's' Mr. of death the to visited also He Kepp. Don Mrs. and IOTE&I&$ NEWS PERSONAL[ [I n
program
voluntary program
For Money Tag No but Is due Sunday Miami to called were Mr.visiting after Miami in home .

The use. soil-conserving (approved( Program Grain Feed Arrieta Roberto Mrs. and Mr. his'to returned has Reed Jasper :, .1 : f
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Canal Point First Baptist WMU Hears

Baptist ChurchElder Migrant MissionariesThe
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m I R E.Barfield regular monthly meeting of
s SUNDAY: I I the Canal Point Baptist W. M. U.
10:00 a. .-Sunday School I I II met Monday night at the Church. '.-

11:00 a. m.-:Morning Worship I I Mrs. J. D. Latham president, pre- \
7:00 p. .-B. T. C. sided. After routine business, the
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8:00 p. mr-Evening Worship .
I devotional was presented by Mrs.C.
WEDNDESDAY: D. Stewart. The topic for discussion -
.. 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer
i was on migrant work. Mrs.
Service
First Methodist I I I Canal Point The Methodist Church I 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: Bertis Stewart Fair presented, missionaries Rev. to and the:Mrs.migrants

Church ': ChurchRev. Canal Point FloridaRobert 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary I I
Pahokee Baptist Meeting. who are stationed in their
trailer in the trailer park in South
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Charles D. Stewart, Pastor A. Shelley, Pastor Bay. They are sponsored by the
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: I Miss Virginia Kale Home Mission Board of the Southern -
9:45 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Church School Baptist Convention.
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 11:00 a, m Morning Worship Wed Washington Rev.: Fair showed 'very interest-
6:45 p. .-M TF 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship
ing slides of the phases of their
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kale returned -
7:45 p. m.-EVening Worship. 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship
work in different sections of the
TUESDAY I to their home Sunday night from
: WEDNESDAY: MONDAY:
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- 7:30 p.'m.-Prayer Meeting. 3:15,p..m.-Youth Choir practice Washington, D. C., where they,attended country where migrants live. Mrs.
tice : j i* -. TUESDAY: the wedding of their daughter Fair gave a very inspiring talk of

WEDNESDAY: Church Of .God 8:00 p. m.-'Voman's Society Virginia, to Gates Ellard. The their various experiences. There
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions ,. 1st Tuesday2nd wedding ceremony took place at were questions asked by the wom-
8:30 p..m.-Senior Choir prac- BarfIeld HighwayJ. MONDAY: 2:00 p. m. in the Lutheran Church. en of the W. M. U. following the

tic.. j I 7:30 p. TO.-Esther Class meeting Angus Williams of Tampa, was talks and an informal discussion I

... ,ahokge,...F1a.. WEDNESDAY: the overnight guest of Mr. and : was held.
: I r- W' Hughes;Minister 7:30 p.' m.-Prayer Meeting I Mrs. John D. Rogers of Pahokee I There were sevcral visitors at-
The'CHiircEOrGoa Phone 3736 Friday night, enroute to Fort Lau- tending. Mrs. Latham presented a
'I to Mrs. Fair from the W. M. U.
gift
Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal SUNDAY: CLASSIFIED ADS PAY I derdale for a visit with relatives.
I I in love and appreciation.
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
Point Road _ __4
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship "
John H. Kinard, pastor 7:30 p. m. -Evangelistic Ser !?
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School viceTUESDAY

11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service : ,
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m.Prayer: Service P
8:00 p. m. Tuesday V..L. B. THURSDAY: ;
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B.Everyone 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ
welcome. Special music I Service.

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

First Baptist -

The Pahokee ChurchOf Church Pahokee SALES and SERVICE
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The Nazarene

Guthrie W. Colvard, :Minister I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
Rev. Max D. Jones, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
433 Bacom Point Rd. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. "
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Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 Training Union -6:30 p. m.

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WEDNESDAY: I Christian Science \ '** \ V?

7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer I As
meeting. J, Group Of Canal Point :

"Where you are a stranger but I. Value to all mankind of the heal.
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Holy Nativity .i l I ch services, Sunday, in a LessolI. -

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__ .A. I Key to the Scriptures" by :Mary '.':':">>:
Baker Eddy this citation will be

St. Peter's Lutheran read (p. 180): "When man is gov- .:<.:-:.:.:. _
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SIJGAR NEARING MARCH 15U.S.D.A.








To Hear Our Sugar Story At Canal Point Meet



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National 4-H Club I WINS AWARD young and old-big sugar and little growers-will

L'WW ;W>'--Tl: be given an opportunity to "have Pahokee Public ThoroughfaresCommittee
their say" at a meeting scheduledfor
Week Mar 3-10.
Canal Point on Thursday

March 15, according to County Named .
Agent M. U. (Red) Mounts.:
4-H Club week
- National opens
:v The hearing will be held under
March 3-10. The 900 4-H boys and I By City CouncilThe
f y } the direction of O. P. McArthur of
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girls in Palm Beach County will a. the Agricultural and Stabilization I

celebrate the week in many ways. Committee of the United States
Pahokee Council has a Public
City appointed
The Osceola Busy"Bees 4-H Club.in Department of Agriculture. Mr.
Belle Glade led by Mrs. A. S. > McArthur of Gainesville. Florida, Thoroughfares Committee of Nine prominent citizens to study.

Lynn Misses Betty Myer and Ger- said that Florida growers of sugar the proposal of four-laning a highway through the City of

trude Kiefer will start a cleanup cane will be given ample time to Pahokee. A recent tentative survey was made by the State

campaign at their school. The girls tell their story in full so that it may Road Department at the request of the City Council and mapsof

plan to put up posters at their be made available to federal of- the survey have been made available to the Council and

school against "Litterbugging". ficials in Washington.At citizens of Pahokee. It is this survey and other proposed

They will place a mirror in the a hearing held in New Or- routes for the four-laning that this Committee will study

school so that the girls can check fI' ..:;;.:')j leans, La., 15 days ago the inde- thoroughly before reporting back to the City Council at
their grooming during the day.I .;.:./t:: pendent sugar cane growers of some future date. :Members of the highly important com-
They will also place 4-H posters in --............-. Florida were shoved into the back- mittee are:

their school. I. Miss Linda Livingston daughterof ground and had little opportunityto
The Canal Point 4-H club under Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Livingston tell their story. The United Inman W. Weeks, ChairmanSouth

the leadership of Mrs. A. R. Harrington of Canal Point was the winner of States Sugar Corporation was ( Bay Growers)

Mrs. Bruce Bitting and the Betty Crocker Home Award at heard through its spokesman Pres

Mrs. Elmer Maxson will use their the Betty Crocker Examination. ident Harry T. Vaughn of Clewis- Jimmy Moore William PlumerWestern

club exhibit from the fair for display Linda is a senior of Pahokee High ton but little was heard from the Co.
in Canal Point. will also ( Auto) S (Glades Chemical )
They School. other growers in Florida. The story
display 4-H posters in their town. ..... =.... I IWoman's will be different at the hearing R. B. Simonson I. Keen
The Pahokee 4-H club girls have Manning
scheduled for Canal Point-arrangements
been meeting with Mrs. T. E. Pen- Club Holds (Farmer) (Standard Oil Agent)
are being made to
nington. They have been doing Regular Meeting allow the local cane growers a' .
A. J. Gamot' C. E. Williams
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many demonstrations at their club I I I chance to "have their say." ,
meetings. They too will place post- (Merchant) (Everglades Ins. Co.)
The Pahokee Womans Club met 'Mr. Mounts is anxious that ALL
ers in their community.The .
for their luncheon meeting at the sugar cane growers in Florida be
South Bay 4-H club will in Olaf Boe Dr. E. C. Johnson
attendance at the
upcoming
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club house at 12:00 Wednesday.The
place 4-H posters in their school
Boe's ) (Physician)
meeting in Canal Point in order ( Appliances
and community. These girls have, meeting was opened by the
that an indelible impression may
been 'giving many demonstrationsat singing of "America The Beautiful" -
be made on the powers that be.
school under the leadership of
followed by the reading of a Future allotments and proposed ,. wwwwwvwww
Mrs. Hugh Rudder Mrs. Robert
Stokes, Mrs. Bully Walker Mrs. F.I poem by Mrs. Mack Todd. Mrs. reduction of present acreage, these VISIT IN GAINESVILLEMr. Teach Training Course

O. Wilder Mrs. Charles Mansfieldand I Adeline Wroten asked the blessing. \and other important facets of the I
In Riviera BeachRev.
Lewis Friend and
,sugar cane growing wit and Mrs.
Mrs. R. A.. Hall. Many of the I Mrs. B. R. Mosley president pre- industry
be thoroughly aired Ann of Pahokee
at the
South Bay 4-H club members were I I sided. It was reported that three of I meeting daughter Merry .
I and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard I
I in the dress revue and modeled the members attended Juvenile visited relatives in Gainesville dur-
-- taught an Associational B. T. U.
I Court in the Court House in West l
many cute outfits. ing the past weekend. They were training course at Haverhill Bap-

Most of the girls and boys will' Palm Beach Tuesday. Chronic Disease joined by their daughter Mrs.I tist Church in West Palm Beach
wear 4-H outfits during the weekin Thursday the Palm Beach Coun-
Richard Korbley of Augusta Georgia each night last week. Rev. C. J.
school. There are four 4-H clubsin ty Federation of Womens Club was I I
Facilities who them home. Smyly State B. T. U. director .of
Belle Glade. Mrs. Wm. Hearn held at the new Community Build- SoughtCounty accompanied Jacksonville was in attendance
and Mrs. E. W. Scheffler lead the ing in Belle Glade beginning at Mrs. Korbley will teach for Mrs. J. .
Monday night.CLASSIFIED
Junior Orange Blossoms. Mrs. 10:00 a. m. Reservations for five G. Thomas while she is away at- -

George Parker and Mrs. Wayne members from Pahokee have been commission representatives. tending the Mardi Gras in New ADS IN THESE
Baughman lead the Sunshine made to attend. They are Mrs. B.IR. are scheduled to meet March
Orleans. COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
4Hers. Both of these clubs have Mosjey, Mrs. Glenn Powell Mrs. 22 with authorities of the State Development -.

made green and white outfits and Leon Spooner Mrs. Avis Fisher I Commission to push for I ---

will wear them during the week. and Mrs. Lennie Baxter.A more chronic disease facilities for
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Mrs. Jack Tatum is the leader of very interesting program was the county.
the Lady Bugs Club. Mrs. Don Sell-I presented by Mrs. Olan Hamilton The commission has plans for I II Hi I I I I I I I-I+I+H+! I H I II III I I I t+++ J

ers leads the Belle Glade Teen-! of West Palm Beach District 10 extension of some county home and r

agers. This group plans to put an director. The topic was "Know hospital facilities and are attempt-
.. exhibit in a store window in town. I Your Club." .ing to get matching funds.from the Do You Own The

I.state to help finance the added fa- A. 9 t
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cilities.
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Plans for the added facilities will Home You "Live In?
be aired by the state group at the
THEATRES March meeting. i I IH

In other actions this week the
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commission: t .
PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
Gave the City of West Palm

,.l:'. Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road Beach permission to use a plot of LIFE IS GRAND

county owned lands for park pur-
S.- -' .- -2 DIG FEATURES poses. The land is at 59th St. "
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gm"DAYMONDAY. -TUESDA1SUNDAY.lIONDAYTUESDAY' Agreed, on request of the State : WHEN YOU OWN
l'1ARCII11-12-1S Road Department to install a traffic -
blinker at Military Trail and

;: )L\RClI11-1-lS "WILD IN THECOUNTRY" I Lake Park West Road. The state i YOUR OWN HOME H

;,. JERRY LEWIS has plans for redesigning the in-
tersection.

I f. AS ELVIS PRESLEY AND. Took no action,on a request from I
TUESDAY WELDALSO Dr. C. L. Brumback that seat belts Whether You Buy or Build

"THEERRAND be installed in all county owned

BOY" "Fast & Furious"
cars.Heard a report from Chairman YOU CAN OWN THAT HOME I

I K"t"H"M. g MI ''I fr-M-M-M-i--: II II-M--IM--M-l-+ F. Van Kessel describing a visit YOU'VE DREAMED OF NOW !

here Monday by John Glenn and his
astronaut buddies. The delegationof Don't deny yourself and your family the joys of home ownership -

About Building? austronauts left International any longer see us about a home financing plan to fit!
Thinking Airport with President Kennedyfor your needs and budget!

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which time._Glenn will be honoredas

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