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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: March 9, 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 )
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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 )
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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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March 9, 1961 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN
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If! Sugar Hearing Miss Hammond Now Conner & Cabinet I Patterson 'Circle To Ramie Road Bridge

r. With Pahokee ClinicMiss Meet Next MondayThe

Cancelled HereAn Back SugarAct Bids Next MondayThe ,
Lynette Hammond, a regis- lone Patterson Circle of the
tered nurse in Pahokee, has recently Canal Point. Baptist Church will
informal sugar quota hearingwas graduated from the Schoolof Tallahassee State Commis- hold their regular monthly meet- Glades District road depart
held in New Orleans on Febru- Anesthesia at Charity Hospitalin sioner of Agriculture Doyle Con- ing Monday, March 12, at 3:00 p.m. ment of Palm Beach County, under
ary 6, 1962, at which time represen- New Orleans, Louisiana. She is ner said Tuesday an increased sug- at the home of Mrs. Paul Rardin. the direction of County Commis-
tatives of processors, organizationsand now anesthetist at the Poteete- ar quota for Florida could add between Mrs. J. J. Walker will have chargeof sioner Paul Rardin, is busy con-
certain growers testified. Such Hatton-Ramsay Medical Clinic in $8-$10 million dollars to the the program.Roberts.... structing 2' miles of county road
meeting was arranged by the Sugar Pahokee. state's annual payroll. from the Ramie Mill south on recently
Division, ASCS, at the request of !II.. Conner, ina telegram to Flor- Thomas .. acquired rightofway.The' .
the American Sugarcane League.In I ida's congressional delegation, ..''first piece of rightofwayfrom
view of the widely different Official Notice stressed that the proposed quota I I Conners Highway south for
opinions of some of those speaking, I increase was important not/only to''I No DemoOpposition 1U miles' to the Ramie Mill was
the Florida ASC State Committee Of CancellationFollowing I Florida agriculture but also to the ,.I secured last fall from the U.S.
recommended that one section of state's general economy. j Sugar Corp., along with the al-
any future hearing be held in Flor- Under the terms of a proposednew I'Palm Beach County's energetic ready-built black top road.
ida in order to permit any inter- cancellation of the I sugar act, which is ready for and capable members of Present plans call for construc-
ested grower or processor to testify proposed sugar cane quota hearingat introduction in Congress, The Main- the State 'House of Representatives tion of concrete bridge over the
without the necessity of travelingto Canal Point, County Agent land sugar cane quota, including Hon. Emmett S. Roberts of I main canal of the Pahokee Drain.
New, Orleans for that purpose. "Red" Mounts received a communi- Florida and Louisiana would be Belle Glade'and Hon. Jerry Thomasof age District immediately east of
Tentative plans had been made cation from O. P. McArthur of increased from 600,000 tons to West Palm Beach will have no I.i: the Ramie Mill.
for this hearing at Canal Point, Gainesville, Fla., telling of said 900,000 tons. Democratic opposition in the May 8. Sealed bids will be received by
Florida, on March 15 but ,due to cancellation. For information of I There are several domestic sugar!\I I primary election. the Board of County Commissioners -
reaction from certain Florida grow- those interested, it is printed below: I'I'I producers. These are classified as :I j In the general election in November up to and opened at 11:00 a.m.,
ers and processors who desired only State Office Gainesville j mainland cane (cane grown on the 1' each of them will have Republican March 12, for the furnishing of all
one hearing, the Department evidently -I I March 5, 1962 j I mainland of the United States),I]1 opposition. Donald Reich of materials-, 'labor, equipment and
chose to cancel plans for Mr. M. U (Red) Mounts continental beet, (which is sugar Palm Beach Shores qualified to run supplies '. .necessary for construction
the Florida part of the hearing. County Agricultural Agent beet producers)) and Hawaii and against Representative Thomas in I of a 60-foot concrete bridge with '
The United States Department West Palm Beach, Florida Puerto Rican sugar producers. November and Paul Bebout J., of precast-prestresed composite con-
Agriculture has announced' that Dear "Red": Conner said he is hopeful that. Boca Raton will oppose Representative crete piling. Precastprestressedconcrete
an informal public hearing will be This will confirm my telephone I President Kennedy will announce Roberts in the general elec-I superstructure or monolithic
held 3Iarch 13, 1962, to receive information conversation with you Friday advising some administration: policy on the I tion.i concrete superstructure over
and recommendations you that the proposed Flor- increased quota during a visit to I County Commissioners Ben Sun- Pahokee Drainage District Canal
i with respect to establishing restrictive ida section of the sugar hearing Florida nextt.Saturday.! dy and Lake Lytal qualified on 2 on Ramie Road in Palm Beach..
-... farm proportionate.:",shares willnot l be 'scheduled. as previously Conner said, /.We spend, thous- I Tuesday of.: this week with Clerk County, Florida. .
r (acreage allotments) for the -1963 Indicated* eAt ands of dollrsfeach'dear trying to Alex Arnette as tesfpKreelection. : = -'Plan>and"and"Bpecificationsmay t(
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sugarcane crop in 'the Mainland the request of our Area Office attract new industry to Florida.t:I Up until press time no one obtained at office of the County
,. Sugarcane Area (Louisiana and in 'Washington, we contacted Here is an industry, already estab-' had qualified against them but J Engineer, 1ty Courthouse, West
Florida). The hearing will begin I I. you about 10 days ago and you very. lished in our state, which can add each expects opposition. I Palm Beach, Florida,. by all bona
at 10 a.m. in the Queen Anne Room,1 kindly arranged for the use of millions of dollars to our economy' Other important races are as fide bidders.
: New Monteleone :Hotel, New Or-I the Community Building in Canal I through expansion if given the follows: Three school board seats I -LI .

leans, La. \I Point to hold the proposed Florida opportunity." now held' by Democrats Thurmond
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The marketing of sugarcane for part of the hearing. I appreciate I The telegram to the congres- Knight, Harold A.. Turner and I Local Phones Will
the production of sugar from acre- sincerely your efforts in arrangingfor sional delegation follows up action Ralph H. Kettler.
ages within the proportionateshares this space which was obtained by the Florida Cabinet, which pass Other races equally important,
NumbersSouthern
for their farms is one of through the courtesy of Mr. Paul ed a resolution urging Congress to j I involve judge of the magistrate Get New
the conditions that producers must Rardin, Publisher of The Ever- i increase Florida sugar allotment. district in Western Palm Beach
meet to qualify for Sugar Act pay-I glades News.Attached 1! The Cabinet action was taken I County, held by Democrat JamesL. Bell Telephone Comp-
ments. is a copy of my Florida 1''i after Conner met with Florida sugar Tyson, Jr.; judge of the juvenileand any's plans to convert all telephone
Recent estimates of productionfrom I Notice SU-34 and attachment I I producers at Clewiston last domestic court, held by Demo- numbers in the Pahokee Canal
the 1961-crop, and reports of thereto of the press release an-I I week. crat Emery Newell; Commissionerof Point areas will conclude when the
greatly expanded plantings of sug-I nouncing the New Orleans hearing.I I I the Inland Navigation District, new numbering plan goes into effect -
arcane for the 1962-crop harvest in am still unable to account for the I held by Democrat Gleason M. April 15, 1962.
Florida, indicate the likelihood that i State SACC Group Stambaugh clerk of criminal court
fact that many Florida growers in ; "All numbers will take on a
1963-crop acreages of sugarcane of record held by Democrat John "
effect protested the scheduling of new look, Bob Lee, manager for
must be restricted. the part of the hearing in Florida I Okehs Sugar Act I Dunkle; judge of criminal court the company, reports. "Every num
Views and recommendations of |held by Democrat Hugh MacMillan; I II
and only hope that those growers ber will be made up of seven digits
interested persons are desired at I and judge of small claims court, of the
who were looking forward to testiIfying I beginning with 924, in place
'the March 13 hearing on all mat- at the Florida hearing will I At the request of County Commissioner now held by Democrat Don Sin- three and four digit numbers pres-
ters relating to establishment of
be able to have a spokesman at the I Paul Rardin, who is a clair. .. ently in operation." Most of the
proportionate shares. ;; ;;;0.
New Orleans meeting. Associa- existing'numbers will be just as
state director of the State
T II June The current Therefore Sugar Act since expires thesngar Again, let me express my appreciation -I tion of County Commissioners, the Band Concert HeldWithPT4Meeting they are with the addition of the
J S0-1962.. to you- ,for your'efforts in obtaining -j!l Executive'Committee of the Association numbers 924, while others will be
:. quota provisions applicable : .
., i after "that"date, will not be known the space for which: plans i 1 i sent telegram to each mem.-: changed completely. .
have now been When dialing Belle Glade num
berof",the Florida Congresional:
: until continuing legislation I
new or.
'" : eanceled.3'1 bers it will not be to dial,,
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: I(delegation asking that a new sugar ; necesary
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O. P. ) i act be passed. 8 as in the past.. dial the number :_
1'j I The monthly meeting of the desired. Those calling Pahokee
J State Executive Director' I I The telegram was sent Tuesdayof i
this week and read as follows i Canal Point PTA was held MondaJ- from Belle Glade will not longer
I the Tallahassee office night in the school auditorium with need to dial 4.
Tag Sales Increase as it went from -
Nineteen members of the Pa I of the Commissioners' Association Mrs. W. E. McCall, president, pre- A new telephone directory will
hokee Business and Professional to each member in \Vashingi i siding. be delivered prior to the change
Glades Office Bldg.An Women's Club attended the musical I The Pahokee High School Band, over dale. Please check this new
"Bye Bye Birdie" at the Musicarnival ton."The Executive Committee of the I under the direction of R. O. Lampi, directory before you dial any num-
in West Palm Beach Tuesday State Association of County Commissioners -i gave a concert for those in attend- ber on April 15. If you have not

increase of 9.3 per cent in tag night.Bureau. ..d.-_-. t strongly urge you to: ance at the PTA meet. Warm ap- received a new directory by April
sales over last year in the officeof consider and support the resolu- plause followed each number andas 11, please call the business office
Tax Collector at the Glades Directors tion adopted by the Florida State usual Mr,, Lampi and his group and they will mail you one immedi
Office Building, is reportedly Mrs. Cabinet relating to the passage gave an excellent program. ately.
George C. Young, who representsTax I; Will Meet TuesdayThe I I and enactment of a new sugar act The PTA voted to buy instru This number change is a part ofa
Collector Stetson O. Sproul. during the second session. of this ments for the rythm band to be nationwide telephone expansion
members
Mrs. Young pointed out in the the Board of directed; by Mrs. Ruth- Snider, program and a step in the direcfion
report that 8,858 tag sales' were : Directors of the Everglades Farm Congress.JACK DURRANCE, music instructor. Mrs. Billie JIud- of eventual dialing of long distance
made in January and February of Bureau' wil meet at 8 p.m. on Tues- President, State Asociationof dle's room won the room count. calls by customers.
March 13 at the Hostesses for the evening were: -- S ---
Community
1962 as compared to 8,104 sales day, County Commissioners, '
last year during the same two Building in Canal Point A repre- Tallahassee, Florida." Mrs. Floyd Browning, Mrs. Floyd Army engineers Sunday said bids
months. i sentative of the Tax Assessor's of- __ .. -._ Eritkson, Mrs A. R. Harrington, will be opened April 5 on the 13-
Boat registrations totaled only.. fice in West Palm Beach will be I Mrs. W C. Young, Mrs. Jerry Res- mile section of the Herbert Hoover
eight last year in the two month' present to discuss the newly! AT LANTANA HOSPITALMrs. mondo, and Mrs. Charlotte Brad- ''Dikes which are being raised to
period but 1962 showed an increaseto planned arrangement for assessingfarm dock.Mrs. permit storage of greater quanti-
25 registrations.The equipment. Gertrude Williams Wilsonof McCall announced that five ties of water.
office has been handled ade- It Pahokee entered the TB hospitalin members had finished the Red District Engineer Col. J. V. Soll-
quately and efficiently at all times card board numbers was worked Lantana last week. Those wish Cross First Aid Course. They are: chub said the levee, from a point
by Mrs. Young and during the rush out by Mrs. Young and this aided ing to drop her a card can send it Mrs. Larrick, Mrs. Jack Hewell], near Clewiston to Moore Haven,
period when folks bought; tags at in keeping the tag buyers properly care of the TB Sanatorium, Lan- Mrs. Floyd, Erickson,Mrs.* McCall will be raised two to six feet, de..
the last minute. A system of using{ in line. tana, Florida. and Mrs. Joe Carr. pending upon ground elevation.
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._ Page Two .. ._.._, #., The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday, March 9, 1962
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\ you're a likely candidate in the j] sentatives would come from California 'take part in the final round in *

competition scheduled for the Big' Georgia, Illinois and Mary- Miami '
Foeod Fair's Checker of the Year :
Ft
t Cypress Wild Hog Jamboree and land.Of !
'. the 1962 graduates at FSU, finalist will compete with represen- ;
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Barbeque on :March 10 and 11. 172 have indicated they wanted to tatives ,from other companies for --,
fr 1.J:1: The ingredients include a tall go into elementary classes. the first prize award of two weeks '
I'I'i pole, liberally doused with
i cypress cavation in Hawaii for two. The i
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r oil and grease. TIie..objective is to international Checker of the Year {[ -
shinny high enough. to collect a I Checker Of The Year I will be selected in May at the an- -,
cash prize, if you can grab it be- I
fore you slip back. Will Be NamedMiami nual convention of the Super Mark- j

:; The event is sponsored by the I I I et Institute, which sponsors the
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Sportsman Club and will be heldon -
among some 90'Food Fair
. the club grounds just south of markets SoufTi super- I or PROX.ONE OF EVERY FOUR IL
Florida have been
. Monroe Station on U.S. 41 between VISITORS IS SEEING FLORIDA
" The Rardin Building- In Canal Point, FloridaTHE Naples and Miami. selected to participate in the semi- FOR THE FIRST TIME \,
The jamboree will also featurea final round leading to the selection
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF wild hog barbeque dinner in addition of Food Faid Stores, Inc. "Checkerof t tI
to other outdoor events and the Year.

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing competitions. __.._ I I Selection of the contestants was I .\
. -- I I made on the basis of vote cast by I
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without School I stoppers for their favorite checkers II I. 1 E/A & \
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years Systems i I and an evaluation of their job A
performance store and I 6hTtI ti
by
managers f
Established March II, 1924 Published Every Friday
I supervisors. Following series of
a 5WLEoovsruca
After FSU
I Subscription(Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Group I tests and personal interviews, two I Il '
from the will be named to l 's r-- OORISMCCMMiTlfC .
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn I group cTW ING I

Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter Representatives of school sys-
tems in Florida and four others i (
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher ates will put in their bid ThUrS-
\ day for services of about 450 prospective -! About ?
based in the state. They are sched- Thinking Building
uled March 10. I teachers who are i
to begin
Car Race
Sports; Major attraction of boating I University.ing their studies at comPlet-1

events will be the International.
Flying Dutchman Regatta at St.I They will come together at the j jI For Free Estimates, Call -
AtSebrjngMar.24 third annual teacher placement
Petersburg, March 310. Fishing i I ;!
conference 'to be held at FSU. '
|I tournaments win hold 'sway the
!Group meetings and personal interviews ,
Tallahassee Florida will beth length and breadth of the state all WILEY TILLIS
I[ are on the three-day pro-
sports capital of the world in I month long. I
... March, according to the Florida Development Jai Alai fans will find action at I I I I gram.Dr. Garth K. Blake, director of I General Building Contractor '"
Commission. The Sun the Dania Fronton, Tampa Fronton!. !
educational and intern-
State will have 170 and in Miami, Orlando and West placement
sports
shine
I ship, said that in addition to 24 Box 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127
events for residents and visitors to Palm Beach. The famous Flamingo
in Florida,
county systems repre
F choose from, both spectator and Handicap for horse racing fans was I I i
participants.Auto run at Hialeah March 3 and the I _
Florida Derby will be run at Gudf- .
racing will be featured at
the annual International Grand stream March 31.
Prix Sports Car Endurance Race at Name your sport and you will .
find action somewhere in Florida
Sebring March 24. This event 1E
I during March, say Development
draws more than 40,000 spectatorseach :
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Commission officials. _
year. Other racing:events will .
be staged at Key West, Miami, Hollywood the handiest phones G
Daytona Beach, Palmetto Wild Hog Jamboree yi
and West Palm Beach.

March also signals the beginningof Scheduled March 10111Naples I
Florida's major league spring
training baseball season with exhibition (FNS) Think you can : are the phones at hand
games among all 14 teams shinny up a'pole? If so, 'then
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I -::= 1'than during. the. first two, decades f I lor later. Newest in giveaway contests .
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Experiment Group I President Will Tli e TP.iVJ1i/ont; lof this century. .I was the grand prize offered

; Speak In Miami II < Some folks may fie startled, how I I by a retail business in Nashville,

Honors Whittemore t I ever, by this statement that by 1980 (I I Tennessee a "de luxe" fallout

MIAMI-President John F. Kennedy b =a I "our farms will be able to produce shelter, fully equipped for a stayof

will honor this state when he Ooyle f I all we need with 50 million fewer I I 30 days by a family of four.
acres than we have in cropland Other prizes Included the unusual
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with Florida Democrats in ,; missti I
.Hiram D. Whittemore, Agricul- joins
'.- -" I today" and do it in spite of another -:: list from diamond rings on down to
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tural Engineer, was the source of paying tribute to Senator GeorgeA. F/orld
65 million increase in our;I I small amounts of cash.
extreme pride and joy for all U.S. 0 Smathsrs! at a $100-a-plate testimonial -i i Q.icorlrrant oFA9ncuffr* I I population. '
of Agriculture dinner Saturday night. A mecnamzeu lettuce harvester
Department
ees in the Belle Glade area emplOY-I March 10th at the FontainebleauHotel. I I 1 I in California is reported by the
day, February 26; and for good ; As outlined by President Ken- We Americans are expected to owner ,to have cut labor and mark

reason. Mr.: Whittemore was presented This event, honoring Senator i nedy in his message to Songress, eat more, red meat this year. Total!]! eting costs by 40 cents a crate. lie
with a Certificate of Merit t the Administration's proposed farm production for 1962 is estimated at I I I says the new machine gives work-
Smathers for his outstanding ser
29.3 billion pounds for a new high.I crsa chance to make as much as $3
and Cash Award by Mills H. the
1By-1 i to
; vice to Florida, is highly signifi- program adds new emphasis is at
Per capita consumption put I .
Leader and W. M. Bruce,' an hour with a guarantee of $1.50.It
rom, t cant in the fact that this will be the radical difference existing todaybetween Consumption of beef,
Chief, Harvesting & Farm Process- I 161 pounds. I seems; obvious that while increasing -
II first time that a President of the Americaand in '
in mutton
agriculture veal lamb and
ing Reasearch Branch, AERD, I pork, automation and mechanization -
United States f" has made an appear- that in Russia and China. 1961 was 160.1 pounds per capita.
USDA. I Din- I I \\ll agriculture: ; points toward
ance at a Florida Democratic
The following citation, signed by In America our farm problemsare Beef and pork supplies are ex- 'I higher (ages for workers that are

Dr. B. T. Shaw, Administrator! of I ner. the result of productive abund-i pected to be a bit heavier this year,!t: employed.will tend to reduce the
Agricultural Research Service Governor Farris Bryant, Chair,. with lamp and mutton a bit lower' volume f. imported or offshore labor -
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Washington, D.C., was given to )ir.1 man of Florida's Presidential Din-" ance. In Soviet Russia and' Com and 'veal... unchanged. I'I that has played such an important -
Whittemore: I ner, announced that members of I munist' China the farm problem is ,' role in harvesting. our vegetable

"For outstanding performance, : his Cabinet, and U. S. Congressmen one of scarcity, with the specter It was bound to happen sooner" crops.', .. .

and ability in the development and I from Florida along with U. S. Senator -I of famine and starvation haunting I r _ __________ ____I -:..:.:_.:;.:_. :_.:.:
construction of a field harvester- ,I Spessard L. Holland, have I.the Chinese population."Our -
ribboner for kenaf and other long been named as vice-chairman for rapid growing capacity to
vegetable fibers and for general I i this Dinner. The members of the I produce far outruns the growth of .' '.

high standards maintained in the Cabinet are: Tom Adams, Richard our domestic and foreign demandfor
formation and solution of engineering -I l."'. Ervin; Ray Green, J. Edwin I food and fiber," said the Presi- 4 go backHoward

problems. : that are encounteredin I i Larson, Doyle Connor and ThomasD. dent. "This offers us an opportunity -

research on other long vegetable Bailey. Democratic Congressmen i to manage abundance, rather
Hoyle had heart at.
fiber processing machinery."Mr. than scarcity, an opportunity_ that a
are: Charles E. Bennett, Rob I
.. is unique nations of the tack..Here he is,with Grandson
Whittemore has been responsible ert L. F. Sikes, Dante B. Fascell, A among ;
world. It is relatively new even for Tommy;.Iwck at his job.
for the design, layout, Sydney Herlong, Jr., Paul G. Rogers "
United States. Most heart
the
attack victims
and supervision of the shop construction James A. Haley and Donald
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of a'keiaf now recover. Three out of four
{ Ray Matthews.
harvester-rib-I I
:Mr. Khrushchev planned to sum- who recover return to productive
boner which ,
"I have known for some time that
crushes, and ribbons kenaf stalksas !I the Democrats of Florida are better marize the state of Soviet agriculture I : work because of improved
the I after another year of fail- '' techniques in diagnosis and
the machine moves through I L .
I united today than ever in the .
field, leaving the trash composedof I ures, at a special meeting of the treatment and better methods
past, but our initial planning for
I committee "
I Communist Party Central '
leaves, shives, etc. on the groundfor of rehabilitation.
i this dinner has shown me how ti .
week March
this 5)
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humus on the soil, and retaining : Your Heart Fund dollars
containsthe i great our organization is," Bryant(i iI I to recent news from Moscow, the
rbibon which
only the best helped to make this possible.
useful fiber. I said. party had called for increasing the

"His initiative, responsibility, I "Florida Democratic leaders established -I I crop area in 1961 by 7% million For medical advice, -.
close ties during our joint acres. Instead, the actual increase
and devotion to the work beyondthe I, see your doctor
call of duty has contributed i general election campaigns in 1960,1 I was only 4 million. "
materially to the excellent qualityof I and these bonds have been EOlid-1 I Most of us are aware that our For more information,
research equipment produced by i ified during the ensuing months.. lising production in the U.S. and ask your Heart Association.' !

the long vegetable fiber laboratory.i I Florida has been achieved on fewer V' -.;';,.4 For greater advances -
his efforts completionof and fewer acres in recent years. t A'
"Through against heart disease
Low Lake Level Is
the ribboner was rushed in time But I doubt that many of us realize
for the 1961 harvest season and how drastic that reduction has GIVE

mechanized resulted in harvesting the initiation, retting of, and a i Rough On SectionAgricultural that been U.S.The crops President now are pointed being har-out I to your HEART FUND (\J)

fiber cleaning program which in I vested from 40 million fewer acres -........- ----- -

the event of future shortages of interests on the I _
soft jute-like fibers that have oc- southern and southeastern rim 'of:I IJ.
cured in the past, would make large Lake Okeechobee are beginning to i II I
scale production of these fibers fee; the threat posed by the low:
feasible in the continental United level in the
water lake according:J.
States." i to the U.S. Army Corps of Engin- i Picture dfaPiiiser I Ii I
With..men of this caliber,.know-I
how,' devotion and drive, on our t'eers.The continued dought threatens !
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team, we will achieve the high to reduce the level of the lake to
scientific standards< which we have an all-time low. At latest official
set for ourselves, said Mr. Bruce. reading the water level of the lake

Mr. Byrom, being a firm believerin was 11.24 feet above mean sea
a "pat on the back for a job well level more than two feet. below .
done," initiated the request for the the desirable level. i. / .
award to the Executive Secretary, The low level has dropped the I ." -
Incentive Awards (Committee, level of the navigation channel '
USDA. This received the .
request across the 730-square-mile lake to .xy ;
enthusiastic support of Mr. Bruce,I 6.7 feet deep, as compared with a u ti a s '-< .
Chief of the Branch, and Dr. E. G. project level of 8'feet. I

McKibben, Director, Agricultural,> The previous all-time low in the .,iI
Engineering Research Division,'[ navigation channel was 5.5 feet ;;;.

USDA, Beltsville, Maryland. "[ during 1956.

Mr. Whittemore was graduatedfrom I j .'Dur ng the 1956 five-month ..
the University of Georgia in!I rainy season (June to October) the .
1948 with a 'B.S. degree in Agricul Corps of Engineers registered 24.9 I

tural Engineering. (He moved to I'inches of rain over the lake," en-
Florida when he was employed by gineers said "But last year's rainfall -

the USDA at the Everglades Experiment -I during the same period totaled
Station in 1949. He resides -. only 17.06 inches a new low for
with his wife Dresden, that period."

in the Lake Clarke Shores area of I This led to a prediction by the I Sure, she's a grand old flag! '

West Palm Beach. ,engineers that the situation in Lake That's why we salute her.y b
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Mr. Whittemore is the author of Okeechobee "Will get worse beforeit
several technical publications con-I gets better." That's why we pledge allegiance to her.

cerning the harvesting and process-. -- .. ; -,,.' That pledge, in its simplest terms,; '
J
ing of fiber crops. = 1 : is another,way of saying, *''fount me
f.Ladies Nite Held..d I : ,. ..:r in. You're my country and? love you r y

LocalEntries Win .1 : : :; -: and need you. Your problems are ', /, amy
By Pahokee Rotgs' : problems, and I'm with:you ,
I all the way" *

Orlando Ribbons '
Your country's biggest single
The Annual Ladies Night for I problem is the perpetual,responsibility
Pahokee Rotary ladies was held for keeping the peace its people' M
Palm Beach County 4-H Club last Thursday night at the Com-
want. You can help with this ,J i1
judging team was an entry in the
munity Building in Canal Point
problem by remembering this: "
Central Florida Fair in Orlando. with Robert O. Lampi, president, f
.. Those 'participating were: Charles presiding. A delectable dinner was Peace costs money. Money for
Everman and Russell Bean of West I served by the ladies of the Church .military and industrial strength. y .

Palm Beach; Nancy Harringtonand I of God of Prochecy to the 100 folksis Money for science and education.
Janette Harrington of Canal attendance.Mr. And money saved by individualsby / _

Point. Janette placed eighth as, an Lampi presented Miss Ruth you-to help keep the economy
individual in the state in judging. Colvard and Miss Sue Brower; Pa- ftrang. Bonds orovide this money.
There were 13 poultry exhibits hokee high school students, who I Gruel PriM WtaMr-NtUocwl Kmptecr fburtMt CeU
-tor Hulla H.Mlllw. -AT&t
from Palm Beach County. The sang. Miss Jann Plumer was the [
county also had the third best exhibit accompanist.Guest ,
of birds from any county. speaker of the evening was / Help Strengthen America's Peace Power I

'Poultry exhibits from Canal Paul Yoder of Fort Lauderdale.He .
Point and awards were as follows: is and held
Dickey Strayer, three blue rib- the rapt a composer-arranger attention of the group for Buy U S. Savings Bonds I

bons, six red and one white. I 40 minutes with his wit and humor.

Janette Harrington, five blue Only one Rotarian was absent.
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and five red. > -
Nancy Harrington six blue and NOW PAYING 3)4% INTEREST ;
CLASSIFIED ADS IN TBESE .
four red. ,
Ross blue and BIG DIVIDENDS .# : TL*l/JL Government doa not pay for this.wm 'II.Tk Treasury Deportmf ..*_,"U..a'..._& .. _" .
Harrington 1
one !,fair patriotic donation.TA Advert iring Councilr : ;;> 4. .
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l' Page Fpur,..?. The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday March 9, 1962 i

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Jacksonville Asks Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross, who David Ramey, who is stationedat i
were called to Melbourne last week Cape Canaveral the week- !
was
\ PERSONAL NIW'S N'OTtS II i Mrs. Kennedy Visit due to emergency surgery per- end guest of his parents, Mr. and ; !

formed on their son-in-law, Doyle Mrs. George Ramey of Pahokee. !
Jacksonville Senator GeorgeA Branyon, returned to their home in Mrs. Grady Chancelor, who suffered i
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I It. Smathers and Spessard L. Hol- Canal Point and
Saturday. Mr. Bran- a heart attack is a pa- i
1- I I I land, Congressman Charles E. Ben- yon is able to return to his home I tient in the Everglades Memorial
r...." Mrs. Don Adams and daughter,I II pect their daughter, Kay, from Or-i nett;, Jacksonville, and other Flor- and is reported in very good con-I I Hospital, is reported to be improv- I.
Donya, returned Sunday to their lando for a visit this weekend. ida Congressmen have invited Mrs. dition. ing much. :
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r. home in Arlington, Virginia, after a John F. Kennedy to attend the ) very I

i visits with Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Mrs. Mel Paul returned Sundayto Ribalt Quadricentennial Celebra- I

r Wilson of Canal Point. her home in Fort Lauderdale.Mrs. tion.Mrs. H- HIM ltHMiH"MiiH"I I I i H.H..H, I I I II U M I I MM .

Paul had minor surgery at Kennedy was invited by the I
Wilson and
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
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boys, Mark and Matthew, from Everglades Memorial Hospital and congressional delegation to be THEATRESPRINCE ,
of honor preview
guest at a per-
:. Troy, Ohio, are the guests of their was a patient there for several, formance of "Next Day in The
: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson I
I Morning," a play by Kermit Hun-
of Canal Point. 1 days.Mrs. LAKE DRIVE-IN ;
in the Jacksonville Coliseum
ter, .
H. M. McIntosh was a recent -) .
Mrs. A. H. Scruggs returned to April 29. The play is scheduled to
guest of Mr. arid Mrs. G. L. Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
her home Monday after being a pa- McLarty in Lake Worth. I run May 1-17 and will commemorate ..I
tient at the Everglades Memorial It the landing of Frenchman Jean 2 BIO FEATURES1- i :;'
Hospital for several days. Mrs. Miss Margaret Powell of West I Ribault at the mouth of the St.

Scruggs received a painful foot in- Palm Beach was the over night John's River, May 1, 156. SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDASUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAY ..:-L
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jury while at,,work at the Commis- guest of her mother, Mrs. Ora Pow- Other Florida Congressmen sign- MARCH 11-12-13 ; ./:

sary at Bryant ell, Friday.J. ing the letter to Mrs. Kennedy were 1\1ARCI111-12-1S "TWO RODETOGETHER" :r. ::1}
Robert L. F. Sikes, Crestview; A. UiC
Mac Wright is able to be back at G. Weeks is able to be out S. Herlong, Jr., iLeesburg; JamesA. "THE GUNS '1 !

school after being home for several again after being confined to his Haley, Sarasota; D. R. Matthews JAMES STEWART AND !

days with the flu. I home with the flu. i|'I Gainesville; William C. OF NA V ARONE"RICHARD \VID IARK ---I;:"

The Canal Point Garden Club isi l[Cramer. St. Petersburg; Dante B. I
R. J. Maxson is able to be out i GREGORY PECK DAVID
!! Fascell, Miami and Paul G. Rog-I -ALSO- Hi.i
after being stricken with virus for planning a tour of a Rose Garden! ; NIVEN AND ANTHONY t
several days. and Easter Lily Garden in Stuart t!1 ers, Fort Lauderdale. I "The Hard Man"
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for their regular monthlymeting' I ,
Miss Jeanine Mock returned to March 15. I I I CLASSIFIED ADS PAY fit III J J i 1I11I :' 1" t tIt t t tIll .;. III t 11111.! t 1111111111 L i ii'!
her home in Gainesville Monday j i
after a weekend visit with her par- --- J .'i:

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,: and Mrs Charles" Maxson .... "" .,,

! visited Silver Springs and Cypress tI .
cevx r {rox .YNA a1N "
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Gardens over the weekend.Joe TWO !

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Parker returned to his dutiesat L' .1 I

U. S. Navy yards in ,Norfolk,
Virginia, after a few days visit f i
with his parents, Mr and Mrs. J. ;
SOLID REASONS i
P. Parker, of Canal Point. !

Mrs. Carl Wells of Reading,

Mass., was the houseguest of her I
sister, Mrs. M. C. Carter and Mr.

Carter several days this week. WHY YO U G ET LOOK! Booming used car sales have emptied our lots.We .

Mr. 'and Mrs. Snyder' Winan of TI need used cars, so we'll trade higher for your car now!
Kent, 'Ohio were the dinner guestsof WE HAVE BUYERS WAITING! .

Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Carter of


Port Mayaca Wednesday.Mrs. .w.w':<:<.:'.':*.>>:><><:'.'>>:m''x..";':':'";,,,;,;,:,;;,.:. ..:;.;.:.'.'<.,',.'''-.:.:.:.'.:.'.:.v.<::-.'..'..'.:'..>.:.<..'..:<':*._ .....:,.....; ,
Edna Bennett of Hender- YOUR EST DEAL : # :

sonville daughter,N.and C.family, is the, Mr.guest and of Mrs.her ; : >-:;_ '

Edgar Wilson in Pahokee.
M\: ? illS ifv Sij.-jy r _--iin 3L'Sfc f-S-a ffff y
Miss Linda Hand of West Palm
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Beach was the weekend guest of ONA -- :'"' :"> *%&#&! fl JW! rSjTT:5JSAM! ****>: L

her"parents Mr. ''and Mrs. Lester
Hand,'of Pahokee. "', /'.

Mrs. Ruby Bush, who has been
making her home for several I1
LOOK!New Fords by the trainload from the snowed-under
months inVest Palm Beach, is I North are coming South. Cold weather up North means I
staying with Mrs.: Peter Newtonand 62 FORD NOW hot buys for you on Galaxies Fairlanes. Falcon :
children while Mrs. Newton's Ford Trucks! They're all priced to move fast :

mother, Mrs. Wilson is in the hos-
pital. t

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Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams and

Velma, of Cana Point were the

liams guests and of Mr. and Mrs. John Wi- IT ALL ADDS UP TO BIG SAVINGS FOR YOU ON FORD DEALERr
family during the past
weekend in Orlando.

Miss Betty Jean Clark has returned -
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home after several days in

the Everglades Memorial_ Hospital.Mrs. UlflaRk

., Wiley Tillis was the over r
night guest Friday of her brother ".

and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence ..- n .,
Jaudon; in Wauchula.Mrs. .

ON-THE-SPOT DELIVERY OUT OF STOCK ANY FORD YOU SELECT, EQUIPPED THE WAY YOU WANT IT!
Helen Brown of Georgetown I ;

Kentucky, is the h'ouse'guest .. .;
of her:: sister and brother-in-law,

Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans at their ,
Cypress Lodge home in Port May- j.- _
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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 'f i' I
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 9- ; .
FLORIDA IN AND FOR PALM i f
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IN CHANCERY 62C337-K
3ANIE SULLIVAN PILCHER.b ,I I i

Plain till' : I...MM M.tn4 vkMl.awn eotieuIlI *Stanl cost : c I. ::

I JAMES Z. PILCHER.VS- :: I I U5U-Ameria'slowest. tt MUM lAMKOe MCJCUf-Smirtwl :. .
Defendant i FALCONS H six-pasttaftr family car. Milts i' I
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NOTICE OF SUIT, / ekmp.o.! PICKUPS I savtr of them all! Six-foot box. Big 0
but !
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TO: JAMES: Z. PILCHER AadwasapsrisassLswf rtsrrs'suggutVnhiIl. VWSdP..CU ;.e4igh.,., P'i _
1485 Lakewxxxl- nue:Southeast
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Atlanta Georgia ..
You are hereby notified that JanIe 1 4
Sullivan.Filcher has riled a Bill of Complaint '. .
against you for divorce and you .
are required to serve a copy of your Enter the Magic Mile Prize Contest when you come in to pick out i !
-answer to the complaint on the plain your Winter Special! To be eligible to win, all you have to do u I. i i '
'WU'IIIIiIJ: 1'r
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tiff's Attorney. Thadd Whidden. P. O. 0 rnillUfJ1ffil[ [ rn fill out an Official Entry Blank. See any Ford Dealer for contest: .
:BOX 70S. Pahokee. Florida. and file the rule -you can win one of these valuable prizes t '.:
olginal answer in the office of the Clerk .
of the Circuit Court of Palm Beach 10 1962 FORD FAIRLANES 50 21-INCH PIIILCO COLOR TV SETS j I.
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County, Florida, on or before the SStn 500 PHILCO 8-TRANSISTOR RADIOS a
day of March. 1962; If you fail so to do. ,.0"" Lio !
judgment by default will be taken YOUR PRESENT CAR DOES NOT HAVE TO BE PAID FOR TO TRADE NOW AT H 'T.
against you for the relief .demanded.. In J
the complaint. .
this 14th of :
DATED day February. }
1962.x.. Pahokee -
J. ALEX OF ARNErxrECLERX CIRCUIT COURT Motor Company !

(Circuit::Court Seal) .. -
:* By Thaddle P. Plant PAHOKEE. FLORIDA : ..f
Deputy Clerk I 1

Thadd Publish Whidden: Feb. 23.March2; 9/'lS.V,'*1162.6.. .....: f/: ;" : < .>.",, ':;,,': '"'. .:_ .. ...;.: i i
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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday March 9, 1952 ;

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Southern Baptists I Christian Science ;

Receive Half BillionTotal 1'I Group Of Canal: Point I

Churches of Christ, ScientistThe
gifts to Southern Baptist
churches reached $501,301,714 in spiritual relationship of God I
and will be brought out at
1961, the first time they have exceeded -I man I
Christian Science services this Sun-
the half-billion dollar mark,I day. I
the Southern Baptist Convention
the Lesson-Sermon
Highlighting
reported recently.The .
on the subject of "Man" is the
total was more than 20 mil- 1
Golden Text from Psalm 100:
lion dollars above 1960, according
"Know that the Lord he is God:
ye
| to J. P. Edmunds, secretary of the
First Methodist I I Canal Point The Methodist Church I]I Baptist Sunday School Board's re- is we it ourselves he that hath; we made are us his, and people not ,
search
: and statistics department. and the sheep of his pasture."
ChurchPahokeeI Baptist ChurchRev. Canal Point, FloridaRobert .
One of the citations to be read I f
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Charles D. Stewart, Pastor A. Shelley, Pastor from "Science and Health with Key
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: Canal Point First to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker t

9:45 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Church School Baptist ChurchElder Eddy states p. 265)): "Mortals must ,
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship l gravitate Godward, their affections \
6:45 p. .-MYF 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship and aims grow spiritual, they I
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship R. E.Barfield must near the broader interpret
TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: SUNDAY: tions of being, and gain some proper I
7:00 m.-Vesper Choir prac 7:30 m.-Prayer Meeting. of the infinite-in order
p. p. 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School sense .
theWEDNESDAY m .. TUESDAY: 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship that sin and mortality may be put .

: Church Of God 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. off." ,
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7:45 p. m.-Mid-week.devotion* 8:00 m.-Evening Worship
p.
1st Tuesday2nd I
8:30 m.-Senior Choir'prac- Barfield HighwayPahokee
p. WEDNDESDAY:
:MONDAY: G. T. Echols was able to return
tic. I 7:30 p. m.Esther Class meeting 7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer home after being a patient in the ,
; Fla.J. WEDNESDAY: : Service Everglades Memorial Hospital for ,
W. Hughes, Minister 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting I i 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: a week. Mr. Echols has received
The Church Of God Phone 3736 -. I 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary treatment and tests were made and

Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal SUNDAY 9:45'a..: m.-Sunday School I CLASSIFIED ADS PAY..I Meeting. he is greatly improved.,

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Point Road 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I

John H. Kinard, pastor 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic Ser- .
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School viceTUESDAY ... I
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7:45 p. Evangelistic Service I 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service :, ; 1

8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. THURSDAY: .
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ
Everyone welcome. Special musio I Service. It

I and sineincr. --. ... Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade i|g

First B'aptistChurch
: SALES and SERVICE
The Pahokee ChurchOf Pahokee ; -' I

The NazareneRev. Guthrie W.-Colvard, Minister I Heating* Air Conditioning Appliances 1( |

Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Max D. Jones, Pastor
Morning Worship -11:00 a. m. 'M'''''' '''V i M' W''l\L'I JM'YJ vr'''' :
433 Bacom Point Rd. Training Union-6:30 p. m. :
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. ill'I I
SUNDAY SERVICES: Wednesday Prayer
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. 7:30
Service p. m.
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship.
A warm welcome to all.
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6:30 p. m.-Juniors. ...A....
7:00 p. m.Sunday Evening I : ":
Evangelistic Service. I St. Peter's Lutheran AI

WEDNESDAY: Church, Belle Glade \
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer ,
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"Where you are a stranger butonce" August Koerber Pastor .:, ,'. : l
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PahokeeRev. I I St Mary's Church Catholic


L. Lossing, Vicar I
SUNDAY: Father Francis Fennech, Pastor
10 a. m.-Sunday School Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m.
11 a. m.-Worship Service II I Confessions before Mass.

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t Pace Eight The Everglades* News, Canal Point. Florida Friday, March 9. 1962

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erations. My budget reform bills APPRECIATION Choir Attends Another $1000 Fish I
Pant Rogers Again have put the Federal Budget:on a
. more business-like approach and Since it will be an utter impossibility 'i Merritt Island MeetThe Caught In.Contest '

Askstongress Job rave built in better Congressionalcontrol to acknowledge each
and review over expendi-.personally as I would like to do, Intermediate Choir of the Ond more $1,000 fish was caught t
tures year to year. 'my family and I take this meansto First Baptist Church of Pahokee during'the past week in the South-
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In a statement today, Congressman express in genuine sincerity our attended the State Music Festivalat east division of the Schlitz fishing I
Paul G. Rogers said: gratefulness for the innumerablei First Baptist Church at Merritt contest. Mrs. Orville Williams
"In accordance with the election 4-H Club Meeting expressions of sympathy and will-. Island Saturday. They were 1 Wabasso, Florida, caught a snap- i
laws of the State I am today filing Held On ThursdayThe 'ingness to help in this time of I awarded an A94.Irs.. Guthrie per with a tag which turned out to t
with the Florida Secretary of State I illness. These friendships we consider Colvard directs the choir and Miss be worth the 1000. Reported be- I
my declaration of candidacy for priceless and we covet a I Rebecca Grimes is the pianist. fore that was a $1,000 bass caught
re-election to Congress from the Canal Point 4-H Club held I continuance of your earnest pray There are 16 memers. I 1 I by Glenn T. Bell of Okeechobee and
Sixth District of Florida. I its meeting Thursday, March 1. ers for a complete recovery. i -. Tampa.All .
"As the Congressman of the 6th Nancy ''Harrington, president, pre I MR. and Mrs. FRANK fish are tagged and releasedby
District I am grateful for the fine :sided. Patricia Hoyle gave the devotions WILSON and FAMILY 70 Will Attend the Florida State Board of Con- I
and led the group in pledges servation and the Florida Game
. support that the people of our area I
have given me in carrying out the i to the flag. Shirley Trett and Syl-I APPRECIATIONWe Democrat Dinner and Fresh Water Fish Commission ,
duties as their Representative in via Martin led the Club in singing4H i I in the' 1962 fish research-and-sport
Washington. As before, I pledge songs. Miss Miriam LoPinto wish to thank our friends for Belle Glade Seventy per program financed by the Joseph
'to them'my continued full time rep- gave suggestions for completing I.their kindness and thoughtfulness I sons from the Glades area will at- 'Schlitz Brewing Company. I
resentation of .their interests and record books. Maxine Trett and during Mr. Pope's recent illness.,tend the Democratic dinner scheduled .
well Gloria Hall gave a demonstration"How To each and one who helped 'for Miami Beach Saturday I
views in the Congress for the every Mr. and Mrs. Will Nason and
being of our Nation. to Devil Eggs." I through their prayers, calls, cards night. son, Nat, of West Palm Beach were I
"Today, a Member of Congress JO ANN PARKER and in any other way to lighten The dinner- at $100 a ticket- the Sunday guests of. Mr. and Mrs.
has three main functions. Without Reporter I i the load, we are deeply grateful. will have President John Kennedy Earl Maxson. t
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being limited to these alone, they I I {l Many thanks. as featured speaker. The Glades Mrs. Gene Butler has returned to
consist of the following: I t Laith Nail of Leesburg is visiting -I MR. and MRS. A. L. I Democrats plan to attend as a her home from a visit with her sister I
"First and foremost, it is my I Mrs. Nail for several days. I (JACK) POPE group. I in Bowling Green.
duty to represent the views of our .. I
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citizens by my vote on the legisla-
tion before the Congress. To do
this, I have made it my practice to
seek the view of our people in every

way possible, including the use of STARTING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1961
an Annual Questionnaire."With .
these views and the addi-
tional information available to me,
I cast my vote in the manner whichI TRAILWAYSExpress
believe will best serve our own .
people and the entire Nation. ..,
"Each one of these votes is im, ... .
portant. In order to give proper :
Route and Thru Service
representation to our'people I have
maintained a 100 per cent voting BETWEEN
and attendance record in the Houseof
Representative for over 6 years, '
being present and voting on every
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roll call. NEW YORKMIAMIServing
"Secondly, it is my duty to pre-
sent legislation! to the Congress
which is needed by our area and

the"Locally entire,country.work on.our harbor and Canal Points and Central Florida Points on

river projects, as well as flood con-
trol, have consistently received my all Schedules in Both Directions
Our
personal attention and support. I
airports, post offices and other
Federal facilities have been and I
continue to be watched closely and "

improved as needed. .'
"Nationally, several items have .:; :" .-.. .
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been of prime interest to me. Our f\\ ,
growing National debt and federal '
expenditures are becoming critical. /

Ever since coming to Congress I .' .
ifl
have worked to eliminate waste
and inefficiency in government op-I "r M

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Send $1.00 and copy for your ad to The nationwide Trailways Bus New coaches with airfoam ,
News Canal Point
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and faster express route be- view windows and complete New Thru Express Service
FOR SALE: New and used Willys tween',Now York and Miami restrooms make this the
From Canal Point to; One-Way
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn serving enroute Canal Point, easiest travel on earth for all
3058. NEW YORK $36.90The
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Jacksonville. Service to New call your local
COTTAGES AND ROOMS for rent York is by a choice of routes. Trailways Terminal. $33.20
The only Thru serviceJACKSONVILLE
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Phone 9721. hIp by Trtffwtys s futtr. erery dl1. 4 Thru trips dolly

FISH CAMP For Sale on Palm $ 3.75
Beach Canal in Canal Point.- 4 Thru Trips Daily (plus tax) _

Has 5 room furnished residenceand TRAILWAYS.easiest For Information Please Call .
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