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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 16, 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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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March 16, 196L PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Board Backs Sugar Local Winners In Rev. C. D.StewartRetires County OfficialsAt Cleary Bros. Will

4-H Club Contest Jackonville MeetA

Bill In Congress On Sept. 15The Build Ramie Road
The,..4-H County Demonstration delegation of county officials,
Day was held Saturday, March 10 headed by members of the County
/ Support for a new bill in Con- at Mounts Agricultural Building'in Pastor of the Canal Point Commission" will be in Jacksonville Bridge For $15,333Cleary

gress which would up sugar quotas ',West Palm Beach. Thirteen county Baptist Church, Charles D. Stew- next Monday, Tuesday and
for Palm Beach County growers, winners will participate in South- Wednesday to take part in a meet-
was voted by the County Commission I east Florida Demonstration Day art, revealed to his congregationhis ing of the State Association of Brothers Construction

Monday, in a resolution adopted March 24 and 25 at Camp Clover- plans for his retirement from County Commissioners. Company of West Palm Beach was

by the board.Commissioner. leaf near Sebring. Participants will the active pastorate on his 65th Attending with the commission low bidder on the proposed bridge

Paul Rardin Ca- 'be winners from St.,Lucie, Martin, Birthday, September 15, 1962. will be Attorney Harry Johnston, over Pahokee Drainage District

nal Point, who called for the reso- Palm Beach, Broward and Dade At the conclusion of the prayer- Engineer Steve Middleton, Comp- canal on the new Ramie Mi11'Roadsouth
lution, said the present sugar act I Counties. Those from this area who troller J. P. Icard and Zoning Director from Conners Highway, according -
meeting services Wednesday night t Commissioner
expires June 30 and at that time ;are county winners are: Bernie Munsey.The to County
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new quotas will be set. Public Speaking, Janette Har- March 14, the pastor read his formal commission said a number of Paul Rardin,'under whose directionthe

The board appproved the resolu- rington-Girls Senior Division"America's announcement concerning the items of business of great: importance -I road, is being constructed.The .

tion and instructed that it be sent Agricultural Heritage"; provisions and date of his retire to Palm Beach County, will bid' by Cleary Brothersoneof
to, Florida's entire congressional Public Speaking, Teddy McCall ment. He said that some people be on the Association agenda. four received-was $15,333. The
delegation. Boy's Junior Division "The Sec- --.. _- West Palm Beach construction
had been confused about it becauseof is of the finest in the
concern one
I ond Forty Years Wither 4-H".
Chairman Lake Lytal said "this
I some conflicting statements Much Push Behind state' and has a Florida-wide reputation
legislation means a great deal to
which had been circulated.The for excellent workmanshipin
this county, more than anythingelse
Senior Class Play concluding part of the prayer I bridge building.The .
at this time.
meeting services consisted of the 1962 Sugar Quota bridge is being built by Palm
In recent months, millions of
pastor reading his formal state- Beach county as a part of a three
dollars have been channeled into To Be March 2930A I I
ment concerning his retirement.This and 3-4 miles road project south
the Everglades to be spent in raising
is the full statement he read: CLEWISTON Congress and from .Conners Highway., The road
and processing sugar cane. In- "Believing that it is the Will of President Kennedy have been urg-I passes to. 'the east of the Ramie
creased quotas set by Congress prank-playing twelve year ed by the Florida State Cabinet to
God for us to be and remain the Mill and continues southward for
would expanding market I old. a "Mad Butcher", beautiful
assure an :
a new act increasing
pass sugar
Pastor of the Canal Point Baptist an additional 2% miles. Landowners -
for the product. widow, and a child are some of the Florida's allotment from 600,000 to
.. .. Church, until the date of my retirement .,in the area have participated I
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characters who will in "Cupidin
ton's.Commissioner.
900,000 I
which is September 15, splendidly in construction costs
Girl Scouts Give Pigtails" the Senior Class playto 1962, I, Charles D. Stewart Sr., of Agriculture of the new road. j
,be presented Thursday, March
f.r. announce to the membership and Doyle Conner drew up the, resolution I
: 29, ,and Friday March 30, in the after with
:the congregation of the Canal meeting represent

( .: .,. "- ..lr.ogr.am.For? PTA:*. Pahokee T The astls.High'asrf School ollows auditorium.f Point Baptist,ChurcluthaLall.myprofessional' : "producers atives 'from-atClewlstonInri'recent-all of Florida, sugar:: Sugar Chemicals 3T1ByNew'Concern __ _

services connected ,
t Suzy "McAdams __'. Bonnilu Lair
with the pastorate of this Church ly.The
Girl Scouts of Troop 30 gave the Todd McAdams Johnny Russom present sugar act which
shall terminate on the date of my ,
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opening exercises for the regular Mabelle McAdams Sue Sheridan was passed in 1948 and was extended
__.... retirement September 15, 1962.
Katherine
Gail McAdams
of the Pahokee
monthly. meeting i twice' is due to expire next t
After The chemicals needed
two weeks
a vacation, begin- many, many
I Parent Teacher Association held in I Young 'June 30. The resolution stated all
the High School Auditorium, Mon- Dorothea Vanderford _.... JoannMcKinstry ning Septmeber 1, 1962, all theChurch's '.domestic sugar producers have to grow and process sugar cane
night. The Scouts conducted financial obligations to into raw sugar will be available in
day agreed on provisions of a new sugar
me shall cease on the same date
,: the flag ceremony and sang "God Rollo Sappleton Jas. Batchelor my act. the Glades through the efforts of a
Bless America." Murchinson Fogg- Don Kelly retirement becomes effective. Largest producer in Florida is recently formed partnership.
"As token
a of this official
Rev. Guthrie Colvard, pastor of April Fogg Alice Hurt my U. S. Sugar Corporation which is Sugarland Chemicals, located at
the First Baptist Church, led the Beasley Fogg ..._._ Tommy Holt and final statement to be issued by headquartered at Clewiston. 900 NW 12th Street in Belle Glade,
I, devotionals. I (Junior class) me concerning my retirement, I I -- is the new concern operated by

James Harry Wilkinson, pres- Pete Farley ._ Robert Boe ask that the clerk of the Canal Howard Holman and Alfonso Fan-

,, ident, presided over. the business 'Beth Farley Yvonne Thompson Point Baptist Church cause the im- 5,786 Folks In P. B. jul, Jr.
session. Kyle Scott, Bill Moss and II Squeegee Equires Joey Ezzell print of the Church's Seal to be I The partnership brings togethertwo

R. B. Simonson were named on a Ollie May Squires ......._..._ PennyMcKinstry placed on this written statement, men of. varied experiences. Mr.
Co. Get State Aid
and on two other copies for each
nominating committee to select new I Holman,through years has been associated -
members for "the executive board Gertie Groot ........-.. Gloria Strayer of the following purposes: J' with outstanding chemical
for 1962-63. Carter Prescott Ronnie. Gamble "One copy for the Church Clerks Thomas E. Penick Chairman of concerns catering to growers

Bob Lee of Belle Glade, managerof Mad Butcher _.._.______ ? ? ? file; one copy for the Church Deacons' District 10 Welfare Board of the who were interested in putting
the Southern Bell Telephone Co., Members of the Senior Class who file; one copy for the Pastor's State Department of Public Welfare -' winter yegetables on the marketfor

was guest speaker. He presented a are not in the play are assistingwith file. reported that in Palm Beach I northern; consumption. He also
science program on solar energy other phases of the produc- "Submitted this date, March 14,I County 5,786 persons were assistedin has had much experience in the
and solar cells, and spoke on the tion. Mrs. Elsie Sims is director. 1962, at the request of the Deacons the four categories of public as-I chemical business as 'affects the
1'" research being conducted by the ,and of the other Church Mem- sistance for the month of February S cattle industry. Now, he will devote

ti Bell Telephone Laboratories, He bers for permanent records. 1962.' full time to.sugar chemicals, having -

;:,, : A f also,discussed the ,new system of: Pahokee Garden. Charles. Stewart,, Pastor .; A total of 1,880 persons received.I .resigned his position with Hector -
'- -- telephone numbers that will go into Canal Point Baptist "Church". Old' Age Assistance in the amount Supply Company in Belle Glade.Mr .

.;:3: effect: at'midnight April 14.' Club Meets Tues: (Editor's Note: At a business of 84746., 95 persons received : .. Fanjul brings to the ,company -
'. : Refreshments were served in the meeting of the church..on Wednesday Aid to the Blind, totaling $5,717:a t the necessary experience from ?

\.,. cafeteria:by .the Girl Scout Neigh- night of this week Rev. Stew- 888 families, representing 2808 I the sugar production point of view.
borhood Service Team assisted by The Pahokee Garden Club will I art's vacation mentioned above was children received Aid to Dependent -i Through the years he has been associated -

Troop 30 and the Senior Girl meet Tuesday at 10:00 a. m. at the extended by unanimous vote from Children in the amount of. with production and growth -

Scouts. home of Mrs. H. M. McIntosh. Assistant two weeks to six weeks.. ) I 55,764. 324 persons .received Aid of sugar and is connected with
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hostesses will be Mrs. Mat- to the Disabled in"the amount of Osceola Farms Co., Inc., five mlle

tie Chastain, Mrs. Marian Bleech 17805. east of, Canal Point.Laymen's .
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Rainbow Girls To Musical ProgramFor ..
and Mrs. H. J. Anderson.Mrs. In addition 451 children received -

I Ivan Van Horn of Belle service during the month, 234 of I
Hold Fund Drive Glade,will demonstrate pruningand Pahokee LionsMiss whom were in foster homes. The Revival

massing off plants.On total state and local cost for these
April 17'the Pahokee Garden child welfare services was $13,087.- .Pahokee Methodist

Two fund raising projects, a bake Club will have a program on Ruth Colvard. Miss Sue 37.
sale and a rummage sale will be flower arranging The Canal Point Brower and Miss Jann Plumer pre- There were nine adoption peti-
held within the next two weeks by- Garden Club and the Sod Busters sented a musical program at the tions studied for the Circuit Court..: 'A Laym ns' Revival is scheduled -

the Order of the Rainbow Girls, Pa- will be invited guests. The out-of- weekly Pahokee Lions Club luncheon These are children placed in homes to start at the Methodist f
hokee Assembly. The group' plan- town speaker will be Mrs. William Tuesday. Glenn Brower pro- independent of service througha Church in Pahokee on Sunday and
ned the projects at a meeting held Swanson of Lake Worth. gram chairman introduced the Pa- licensed child placing agency, and run through Friday night. A cor-
Monday night, at the Masonic Hall, hokee High School girls. the Welfare Board is responsible dial'Invitation is extended by the

with Miss Amy Young, worthy ad- CHICKEN SUPPER TONIGHT Canal Point Lion J. G. Weeks according to law 'to make these Pastor, ReV. T C. O'Steen 'to all

visor, presiding. Mrs. Marie I announced that a Zone Meetingand reports to the court. who 'would''like' to attend.

Hughes mother advisor, was- in, Members of the Church of God Ladies Night would be held Palm Beach County is 'also rep- Speaker! 'during the week will
charge. of Prophecy will hold a chicken Monday night, at Canal Point for resented on the District 10 Welfare be: Elementary School Principal '

Anyone wishing to assist the supper at the Community Buildingin i. the Okeechobee, Canal Point and Board by the Reverend Paul )f. Bill Howard Mrs. Inez Reeves, O.
Rainbow Girls by purchasing greet- Canal Point tonight .(Friday) Pahokee Lions Clubs.VicePresident Cassen. Mrs. Helen R. Tedder. Mrs. B. McClure, Mrs. Vena Mae Schro-
ing cards for Easter should con- in an effort to raise funds for their Kyle Scott pre- Helen D.,Woodward of West Palm der' Jack Spencer, Ralph 'Johnson

tact Mrs. Hughes immediately. at church building fund. Serving will sided in the absence of the president -l Beach and Mr*. M. H.. leech, Pa1- arid Jimmy Vann. Dr. R."L. Hatton
phone 799 start at 5:30 o'clock. Brooks Henderson. hokee. will 'lead the singing.


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Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point, F1orida' Friday March 16. 19 :
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ity indexes are available from local VISIT SALT SPRINGSMrs.
, weather stations. Salvation ArmyIs : II

i ij, 40 Years, OldThe Joe Brown and daughter,

p '' In its work on Civil Defense projects I .Jo.Ellen. Annette Nix and Mrs. T.

USDA-ARS is, getting closeto Salvation Army is celebrating D. Mullins were weekend visitorsat
perfecting a commercially suit- its Fortieth Anniversary in the I Salt
the Brown's cottage at
able method for removing strontium : -
: I Palm Beaches during the weekend Springs. Miss Joyce Brown of Central -
90 from milk if the need
u- basic I I I of March 23-25. 1962. I I Junior College in Ocala and
arises. Carrying through on I I Miss Jean Brown of University of
I r There will be the Citizens Annual
Canada
research done earlier in ,
I Florida in Gainesville joined their
and by the Atomic Energy Com-!I I Meeting at the PennsylvaniaHotel I,I mother for the weekend.
mission and U. S. Public Health the 23rd
on Friday at 6:30jp. j I ---) -

Service ARS reports it is now pos- m. The dinner is $2.50. There I Called To
MarylandBy
.... sible to remove strontium 90 by will be a Dedication of the re-built I;

: passing milk through columns con- West Gate Community Center on Mother's Death,
The Rardin Building- T In Canal* Point,* Florida taining beads of chemicals knownas Sunday, the 25th, at 3 p. m., and

THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF ion-exchange resins. The process the Retirement Service of Brigadier Mrs. W. C. Young received word
has been adapted to pilot plant I and Mrs. John Bivans as active Saturday of the sudden death of
: scale and work is now underway to Salvation Army Officers, Sunday!I her mother, Mrs. George Mitchell,
THE EVERGLADES I I II
NEWS
I convert It to commercial scale. I at 7:30 p. m. at the Citadel. j i in Aberdeen, Maryland. Mrs. Young

Se.rvingJth Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without s The Salvation Army ministers to I|! left by plane Sunday from Palm
Did you know that Roquefort is.'both spiritual and physical needs'''Beach' International Airport. The
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years
I a. trade name for an ''imported I. and our tribute to this great organization ,I funeral was held Monday in Aber-
Established March 11, i924' Published Every Friday made sheep's'milk? I .
cheese from I during the Fortieth Anniversary deen and Mrs. Young returned to
Subscription, Price $2.00 Year In. AdvanceThe It's cow's milk counterpart is} is well earned and greatly ; her home in Port JayacaVednes-
known as Bleu in France and blue J merited. I day.
Everglades News Entered at the Post Office ,
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. in the United States, as Stilton inEngland I
In Canal 01J:1: Florida, as Second Class Matter
\ and as Gorgonzola in
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Paul, Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Italy.
And onyone offering cheese for I
About ?
.J sale as Roquefort better be sure Thinking Building

it is the bona fide imported product.If .
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's I'
it isn't, they're liable to get tied

f, I Meeting: Of The: Palm BeachCounty up in a lawsuit by the importers or, For Free Estimates, CallWILEY -
foreign manufacturers. I
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Commission !;[ Butter is believed to have beenan .1 TILLISBuilding .

article of commerce since the .
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:Members: of the County Commis- assessments would require a constitutional | First Century when it was shipped General ContractorBox
'from India to: ports of the Red
sion were'ln Ft. Lauderdale Thursday -: amendment.
Sea. I wonder how it
to present the boards road and Purchased an additional 25 voting was preservedin 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127
those to it from turn-
days keep
bridge budget to the. State Road machines on a bid of the Auto-
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Department.The matic Voting Machine Corp of ing rancid? .- -
upcoming budget representsroad Jamestown New York. --
projects which the commission I} Voted to apply to the Federal .

seeks to have done during the com-I Aviation Agency for funds to help

ing year. finance runway maintenance at International -
In other actions this week, the 1I I Airport- a job expected -
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commission: 1 to cost about $63,000.

Received a resolution from the Received bids for construction, of
the handiest = f fx..1
West Palm Beach Jaycees, pushingfor a 60 foot bridge on Ramie Road = phones -

a ban of assessments on nucl-I ,with Cleary Brothers ConstructionCo. _

ear fall out shelters. The c mmis-I ., West Palm Beach, the appar-
sion was advised I ent low bidder at a price of $15,333.;I

WJWWWUWruWUTh .," .,,, .
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I at our northern border to preventthe are the phones at hand

;FzrJ7'cont pest from getting another foot

"I n' .i'EJlr;:iii.::!:, hold here.

hy In Florida we'll be cheering the

I "I' Doyle effort about. to 'start in Texas.

'Q.nnW We've been on a "hot seat" ever I

,frbrldoOwoar'AnwM .. I IoI' since the end of our own eradication I
program late in 1959, for fear we'd
be re-infested by screwworms I

transported over here from the
I'm sure that Florida livestock I
Southwest. Now I think we can look ,' :, '
and those in neigh- : l
owners our
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.forward to an end soon to our ; ,

boring states of the worries. But until eradication is :, :> ,... :
breathed a sigh of SOUtheast-I completed in the Southwest we'll a.r. '

announcement was made in. Washington have,to continue being on the alert,
recently by the U.. S. Department -I I and that means continual watch- i' r

of Agriculture. that a I fulness on the part of everyone-
screwworm eradication programwill livestock owners and those who own .
\' r. A..4 b.
get underway at once in.Texas. working and hunting dogs or any
The task in,the Lone Star state is domestic warm-blooded pets.
going to be a big one. Much bigger! s

than" the problem. we.. encounteredin We'll be starting into our norm- 4
,Florida.: > during our successfulprogram al warm weather months before (LII! -
: in 19585ye had:the long and high temperatures combined -

advantage here of being practicaliy.surrounded : with, high humidity ,will begin e..3 ,
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on three sides by water.I to have their effect on the ef-

.. In Texas, there will be,,a, permanent fi lency of some of our livestock.
danger of re-infestation'}} from: I Dairymen will be interested in

:Mexico so. after the pest is? wiped a ,recent. report from Agricultural i
out ,there, some sort 6t;permanent Research Service of the U. S. De-
barrier,will have to,be maintained partment of Agriculture.-The U. S. I

along:;the border.or at,som} (pojjptfurtKer Weather Bureau's temperature- !
south across the enUrg land humidity index (THI) can be used I J

area pf,old Mexico.screwworm _. to estimate summer declines in] {
Tits} experts:visuauze milk,production by dairy cattle, according -i
a barrier probably rir} es V\J de. to the report. M i t
possibly 50 miles, oar eJ ther.side! ;of'I Up in Missouri two agricultural l

the 'border''to: begin withigswhtFh! engineersand a dairy husbandman
sterile,,flies will, be' continuously learned, that a THI as low as' 71 t 1t
dispersed. Original plan call fi r-a causes'a drop in milk"production of

sterile fly production plant, similarto 1 high,producing cows (those giving ;

the one we had at\ the Sebring. ,60,pounds of. milk a day). The effect -
airportwith, a similar Cad ci 5i- I on humans is explained this
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50.million.! to.75, million flies..a wtek:. way" : When' THI in an area reaches' Relaxing?' Make;' the moments,more enjoyable, with a lazy (and.so

A USDA survey'made j tnfafter l9 l e !75 about half the population' will private) chat on your.bedside phone. Count:on)your bedside phone,
we had, completed .our, pro- r feel some discomfort. At THI of. I
gram in Florida indicated such abarrier I 80 or; ,above. nearly everyone feels too for: that safe, cozy feeling .you like at night. Throughout your

..in, the Southwest uldj; be !un omfortable.An air: temperature_ house, phones in the, right. spots, add convenience: and comfort,
vital to. any program Ujere. The, !of 85 degrees F, and humidity. of i
r 33 whether. it's bedroom, kitchen or den. When ordering your extension,
screwworm, native. tol' Central per cent is one combination thatglares
America, spreads nothwadfromove [ ,'a THI of 75. At 100 degrees F phone, ask about other modern telephone,conveniences-the melodic!

wintering.areaa,, as-spjingvanijsummer and. 53 ,per cent humidity, the Tin Bell',*Chime and_ Home Interphone. Just' call our business office. 1
progress.. Each, summer i3,90r-
they have become established\ The researchers.found that at
northward: in the Midwesternjstatpsand T U: of. 75, milk- production drops: I

,)last; year were foun.4a, ,far; ,10 per cent; at 80 it drops 20 percent Jj > : .
and at 90, it,drops ut,45percent ; -
north}; as Minnesota.. ; ,
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We: had, our own ,scare, lst fall :, ; :>:I"_ :,: .; w:: .(, ., ,. :1 % .rn JIl en .

when ,they bf Je out.inAl&l&na.andGeorgia -, Thejanswer;.prqyjdejJairycBheJkera. I ....., $i' ..'. ;..i "J. 1-1; I j..<' 4".t;." :::!.t, -. ..'...J, .
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and. finally f .,as. as. possible your .1. ; i ; .il. { c."'" It
clamped on a rigid inspection line i cows. Average temperature-humid- t t : ./i-: ._'_.,_ .,. : .' __ r. ,!,..J/p<*.* .-. !.*., : ;!t.:" !
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I Feed Grain Plan BIRTHSLt. THBT'S H 1 FBI! Stetson Summer

and Mrs. Edward E. Stanleyof '
Period Ends Mar. 30 New Iberia, Louisiana, announcethe School Open June 18

arrival of a daughter, March .IL
13. She weighs 6 lbs. 12 oz. The
Stetson University's summer session -
Growers who are still "thinking young lady arrived on her mother'sbirthday.
it over" bout participating :n is scheduled to run from June
c
I The maternal grand- ; -t: 4 i iy
the 1962 feed grain program were parents are ,Mr. and Mrs. G. T. 18 through Aug. 10, according to

I urged today not.to delay any longer. Echols and the paternal grand- Dr. Ray V. Sowers, director of the
The period extends only .. .
signup mother is Mrs. Dorothy Stanley of program for the DeLand campus.
through March 30. Pahokee. "
., addition series of short
In a
Farmers who take part in'the -
I I feed grain program first file an in-I'I courses are available for the periods
tention-to-participate form in the $ OOOFishWas Vane 18-July 6 and July 927.
,
ASCS County Office, indicating the Special institutes and programsfor

number of corn and grain sorghumacres Unusual Catch ...p D teachers, administrators, and

they 'intend to divert from .. .Qy qc 1M: Cy.! high school students run during the
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production.into a soilconservinguse. ALL PURPOSE FLOWER f ;::$ same weeks.
The minimum diversion is 20 TAMPA-Once there was a fish ? / q c The regular Stetson summer
percent of the farm's base acreage, that caught himself a fisherman.That's Ft JAPANESEtfATlONALFLOML* \ fZSTHECHRYSANTHWJM.JT %f:*&%&%% session offers, courses in the arts

j but many farmers are indicatingtheir I I the truth! except that / \ .$AV/-u *& ? #* and sciences, professional work for
Also IS USED FOR FOOD
intention to divert more than!I I it wasn't really a fisherman, buta AND MEDICINAL FV&osesJ GSGOMOfS'. teachers and programs on current

the minimum.For fisherwoman, Mrs. Orville Williams *'" '." problems .in Florida education.
participating in the fe<;d of Wabasso. *WvwjJi. "<&*"' tower divisien courses are avail

I grain program, farmers earn diver- Mrs. Williams was fishing off the THE GOLDEN SLIPPERS]} able for beginning students.

sion payments, and they also qual- Wabasso Bridge, north of Vero fltjCOLONIAL HONDURAS II Courses lead to both bachelor's and
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ify for price support on the normal Beach on Florida's Atlantic coast GOLD WAS SO 5/4SV7D s t.; ,, 3 master's degrees.The .
production of their 1962 acreage of the other night when an inqUisi- CC ''E BY IT WAS USED ';:f-4 % special University course ,
these crops. If the farmer wishes tive snapper swam by. He ignoredher TO MAKESHOESFOR '.'t c '" d work available and the Stetson directors -

up to about half the expected pay- baited hook, then yanked on HORSES// .. a Y ... who head them are:

ment to be earned may be madeat the line. How?. The line had become .. 1. For superior high school juniors -
the time the application to take caught around the nickel pin and seniors: The Early Admis

part in the program is filed.A. fastened to a Schlitz tag on his REMEMBER THE 40'5IffF sion and Advanced Studies Pro-

R. Harrington, Chairman, Ag- back. gram-Dr, Harland C. Merriam.
I YOU AG BOtJDS IN 19+1 ) :)KNOW
Stabilization and Con-
ricultural Mrs. Williams jerked and jiggledand I 7HATTOW7HEYARE WORTH BOZMORE 7NEY Provides opportunity for the talenten -

servation County Committee, pulled in line. Suddenly she COST-NDARE STILL GROWM5M, VALUE 1 student to gain early admissionto
points out that a wide participation -I had hooked the snapper- throughthe college, to obtain advance high
in the feed grain program this tail! school credits, or to earn advanced

.. year will not only save the farmer That normally would be fish I I placement in college. Begins June
the cost of planting and harvest- HOME FROM GERMANY SURPRISE PARTYA
story enough, but there's more. 17. Courses in English, developmental
ing acreage of unneeded feed. When she took the tagged fish to Mrs. Ora Powell has received surprise party honoring-. R. reading, and in mathematics or
grains, but it will also continue :o the Schlitz distributor for Zone 2 word that her son-in-law and Miller on his birthday was given, problems of American democracy.
daughter M-Sgt. and Mrs. H. R. Tuesday evening, after the servicesat
reduce the costly pileup of feed at Ft. Pierce, it was determined bya 2. For young people who have
DeFuniak will arrive in New York the Church of God on Barfield
grains in government ownership, phone call from "Bob" Johnston, academic abilities not reflected in I
this week, from Germany where he Highway. Mrs. Miller's sister, Mrs. .
of farm-
conservation
increase our wholesaler, to the Tampa plant that their high school records: The College
has been stationed for the past Hugo Raineri was the hostess.Mr. .
land and dollars for tax-
save every the number of the tag carried a Skills Program-Dr. Merriam.
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payer through further reductionsin $1,000 value in the current Schlitz three years. Sgt. DeFuniak has Helps prepare students to make a;
been transferred to Fort Jackson,I I and Mrs. Joe Gilly were the
government costs of storing, Florida Fishing Derby. I successful transition to college
S. C. weekend guests of their son and
shipping, and handling govern- Mrs. Williams and her husband, --A work even though they may be hav-
and in Sarasota.
family
ment-owned grains. daughter ing trouble with class work. Provides I
originally from Ada, Ohio, have Rev. Robert Shelley of Canal '-
-- retired in Wabasso. They go fish- Point is able to be out again after Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelley and guidance for those not yet
ing virtually every night, by lant- ready to make the step into college -
ALABAMA VISITORSMrs. being confined to his home for Madeline of Ft. Pierce were the
Pearl Hudson of Ronoake, ern light on the Wabasso bridge several days due to a case of the! Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. with their present preparation.
that crosses the Intercoastal Wat- Begins June 17.
flu.
V. Thomas. Jr., of Pahokee.
Alabama, who has been the guest
erway. Williams says: "I like to
of her daughter and family, Mr. fish and my wife loves it. I catch ---- -

and Mrs. Don Echols for several .the bait-shiners-and usually hold I
months and Mrs. Kate Hudson',of the lantern."

t! Ronoake Alabama, who has spent A Schlitz fish with a' tail worth .
l( the winter with her daughter and f$1,000, makes quite a fish tale. ,
,family, Mr. and :Mrs. O. H. Shep-I Don't you agree? PIcture of

pard returned to their homes Sun- '(P. S.: The snapper measured 10 a

day. They were accompanied as fart inches, weighed eight ounces. It is

as Chiefland by Mr. and Mrs. O. H. one of five Schlitz-tagged fish .
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ProffliseH
Sheppard where they met and caught thus far this'year that have

journeyed on to their homes in carried $1,000 tags.) .
Alabama. -. .

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....A Public Is Invited

Mrs. W. W. Cochrane and two Folk Dance Festival
sons, Frank and Billy, of West I:
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Palm Beach, ,were weekend guestsof
The public is invited to attend V
her mother, Mrs. Frank Friend
and her brother-in-law and sister. the Folk Dance Festival which will

Judge and Mrs. J. L. Tyson. be held in the Pahokee High School I 1

I gymnasium, Friday night at 1:30p. :; 3 ,
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m. The Festival is to celebrate
IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF,, the 50th Anniversary of Girl Scout-
TIlE FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL ing and is being sponsored by the
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA' IN Xi Alpha :Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma -
AND FOR PALM BEACH Phi.HOME.

COUNTYIn .. -
Chancery No. 62-C-553-E
FROM VISIT ,
LEONARD BURNETT Plaintiff, JR., : Mrs. Ernest Lindrose, Sr. has Sure, sn 's a grand old flag! '* M "r h 4

: returned from a visit to her son and That's why we salute her.That's a:
-vsBERNICE : daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
why we pledge allegiance to her.,
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BURNETT, I
Howard Jensen at Meritt's Is1 nd. x <
Defendant : Mr. and Mrs. Lindrose had as That pledge, in its simplest terms, ", '

NOTICE OF SUIT '', guests, Sunday, their granddaughters Is another way of saying, "Count me 4
TO: BERNICE BURNETT Illene and Susie Lindrose of in. You're ray country and I love you ,
c-o; Pearla Floyd Belle Glade, the daughters of Mr. and need you. Your problems are Y "' y
Headland Alabama and Mrs. Earl Lindros my problems, and I'm with you k :
You are hereby notified that all the way." t yk Y v

Leonard Burnett, Jr. has filed a CARD OF APPRECIATIONTo
Your
country's biggest single
Bill of Complaint against you for all my dear friends in Paho problem is the perpetual responsibilityfor

divorce, and you are required to kee who so lovingly rememberedme keeping the peace its people ry
serve a. copy of your answer to the in the hospital and since j com- want. You can help with this 14

complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney ing out, with cheerful cards, beau- problem by remembering this: ,
Thadd Whidden, P. O. Boy tiful flowers and prayers. I offer //.4t-
705, Pahokee, Florida and file the you my deepest gratitude prayingthe Pena cost money. Money for "
in the office of the military and industrial strength. ;
original answer
: same for you and yours, I am
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm friend. Money, for science and education. I
your And saved by individuals- ..
money
Beach before
County, Florida on or Della Richaud
the 16 day of April 1962; if you fail by you-to help keep the economy

so to do, judgment by default will Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Sandbergof l tz g. Bonds provide this money. I
Onnd PtlM ws..r-1r.u..llrewspaMr Kfupcbrt CfOtt
be taken against you for the relief Iowa are the guests this week I *r Martla H.MfllN_Afftt,
demanded in the complaint. of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wilson of

1962.DATED this- 15 day of March,' Canal Point. .... Help .Strengthen America's' Peace Power


J_ALEX ,ARNETTE ':1irand_ 'Mrs. Don Martin of Lake

Clerk of Circuit Court Placid were the weekend guests TI S. BondsNOW
Buy Savings
(Circuit Court Seal) of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and ::1
By Thaddie P. Plant iJ: L W. C. DarJen.
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Deputy Clerk /
Pub. Mar. 16. 23, 30 & April 6, 1962 Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Keene at; PAYING 3%% INTEREST,

Thadd Whidden tended a reunion dinner Sunday in t' r" '.1 ... 10 J41.. ... ,". .,,' ...' ..,..-( I
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Attorney for Plaintiff honor of the Tom Mirelle family in 'JS. .... ,.elatirpabic cdoDthoisThtAdvtrti.inSC.wicita. 'r "'.: .,I
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} ', Page.Fbuy The Everglades News Canal Point,. Florida Friday, March 16.'1962. ;
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Mrs. E. L. Hamilton and child-I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Meirs -of-Miami- Mrs. ]Morgan Tyson and baby '

l.. Ii IiS ren of Lake Worth visited her parents were the weekend guests of Mr. and son Benton of South Bay, spent i

(r. PERSONAL NEWS NOTES last,weekend.Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Weeks, Mrs. J. V. Thomas. ..of Pahokee. Tuesday Annnie Merle with Carter.her mother, Mrs.

Bob Hunt, of Hunt Real Estate .
i Mrs. A. H. Maddox of Graceville .ca-: -
___ .11 is time in Phoenix
spending some is the house guest of her brother- T. D. Mullins, Jr., has gone to
Salt-
: Mr. and Mrs. Broadwine of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Byrd returned Ariz. and New Mexico.
Albuquerque in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. J. San Antonio. Texas where he is
, ville Virginia arrived Monday for last Friday from Quincy where .
P. Herring. stationed in the U. S. Air
.. a visit with Rev. and "Mrs. Bob they are building a new home. .r Corp. -

Shelley of Canal Point. While there, they visited her .
Penny McKinstry ---
sisters, Mrs. G.. W. Freeman and
Mr. and Mrs. "Manley and
Harvey H-MM M I Ill t M J 111111111111 : 11111111111111111.
Mr. and Mrs. Delmus Sears of Mrs. J. D. S elfer. Has Birthday PartyMiss

Glenwood Georgia visited rela- Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Stanley, Mrs THEATRESPRINCE

'- tives in Canal Point Thursday and Lee Shirley and Mrs. Lee Wroten I Penny McKinstry was honored ,

Friday.Mrs. will attend the Lawrence Weik on her 18th birthday, Tuesday II I I

C.'B. Jones and Alton visited show at the Miami Beach Auditorium evening with a buffet supper at the LAKE DRIVE-IN ; i

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones and tonight. Pahokee Woman's Club. Membersof !
boys in Clewiston on Saturday. Mrs. Doris Spooner who was a the Senior Class of Pahokee PahokeeSUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAY Pahokee-Belle Glade Road I I

.. Jim Gifford of the U. S. Agricul surgical patient at Everglades Memorial High School andseveral/ additional I
Hospital, last week, is recuperating close friends of the honoree were - 2 BIG FEATURES i
tural Department of Sugar Corps
Field Station is a business visitor at her home on Green guests. Mrs. Sam McKinstry, Sr. SUNDAY MONDAY -TUESDA* :
Star Avenue.Mr. was the hostess, assisted by Mrs. l\1ARC1I18-19-20
th week in Washington, D. C.
and Mrs. G. W. Byrd will Sammy McKinstry HI.j .
accompanied MARCH 18-19-20 "Voyage To The
Mrs. Mae Laflin by have as weekend guests, their sons- ,

Miss Velma Williams spent the in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs.i j KANSAS VISITORSMr. "THE Bottom Of The Sea"COMANCHEROS"

weekend' visiting in Salt Springs.Mr. Lynn Elarbee and son, Steve,' off and Mrs. J. B. Roseboom of WALTER PHMJEON AND

and Mrs. Doyle Branyon o Tampa and Mrs. and Mrs. K. C.,Girard, Kansas, are visiting her JOAN VOXTAINVALSO

Melbourne will arrive today for a Mock and children, Terry'and Bon.brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and JOHN WAYNE, STUART
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visit with Mrs. Branyon's parents, nie, of West Palm Beach. They will J Mrs. O. B. McClure. Recent guestsof e
WHITMAN AND INA
"THE LITTLE SHOP
Mr. and'Mrs. W. S. Cross, of Canal be here to honor Mr. Byrd on his the McClure's, were his nephewand I.
BALIN OF HORRORS"
Point. birthday anniversary which is niece, Mr.: and Mrs. A. T. Mc-

Pfc. Carlo Raineri spent the Sunday. Clure of Springfield, 111. 1111 J : I J : II I" III : : I : II : : I : : : : : I : I.. ITI : J 111111 i IK

weekend here with his parents, Mr. I.
and-Mrs. Hugo Raineri. Pfc. Rain -

eri was enroute from the Panama i

Canal Zone to Ft. Bragg, N.:. C.

where he is stationed.Mrs. .

Mrs. Ernest. W. A.Pittman Reynolds visited and Mr.W and A. SAVE ON A i62 FORD TRUCK NOW I

(Pop) Reynolds at the VA Hospital ;

in Coral Gables, Sunday,
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where wishing should he address to is send convalescing.it a to card the to VA Anyone"Pop"Hospital D D


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baby Mr.daughter and Mrs., Wayne Elizabeth Elliott of Del-and DEALER o

ray were guests, Saturday night,
of his brother-in-law and sister

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten.Mr. .

."' and Mrs. Perry Duke attended '"*
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GALAXIES t \
the funeral in Melbourne, lasweek CM QkSAVE

of his uncle, R. L. Hampton,
'62 Club Sedan-Ford's big, moreforyourmoneyluxury
a.former resident of Pahokee. _
Thunderbird choice of Thunder- _
car. styling ----- _
Mrs. Ellen Durrance of LaBelle,
bird power! Twice-a-year. (every 6,000 miles) rou- =--- ?r
arrived Sunday to spend some tine service!
time here with her daughter, Mrs.

C. A. Stuckey. _
Robert C. Mathis, Sr.,of Wash' ON FORD'S
FULL-SIZE LUXURY Whitewall tires and, wheel c::vcs optional at additional costs
ington, D. C., was the recent guestof CAR!
his son.in.lawand daughter .

Mre and Mrs. E. L. Pope, Jr. Whilein

Florida he attended the .$100- .
per-plate Democratic testimonial)

dinner in Miami, Saturday night.

He also attended the private recep-

tion given in Miami honoring Pres-

ident John Kennedy .. J
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Gene Parnell,"who'*fs 'attending I to ,

Florida' Southern College spent

Tuesday night with his parents, .
Whitiwill fartt.Dliu trim and whMl covers optional at iddtaonsl cost .
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Parnell, South 'It FALCON RANCHERO HCKtlP-Smartest
'I! TUDOI:>> SEDAN-America's lowest-
.
I of them all' Six foot box. BIJ on
Barfield Highway. PICKUPS I saver .
FALCONS !1 priced six-passenger family car. Miles- but !
Sunday visitors of C. A. Stuckey, per-gallon champion! everything price
who is *&std 011 t eaatptntaa Infitufocfurtn'suggttttJ l ntvlMrtnJ price;including kuttr
a patient at Everglades
BIG SAVINGS NOW ON
Memorial Hospital, were Stanley SAVE MOST WITH FALCON-
EVERY FALCON IN STOCK!
Mock, Mrs. Lena Mock: and. Rev, THE COMPACT AMERICA BUYS MOST!
and Mrs. Curtis Mock of West Palm -

Beach, and Mr. and Mrs Leon : .
Webster of Belle Glade.
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Mrs. Duke Tucker spent last' ., r
weekend in Fort Myers, where she COLD I *
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was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bill I .. "" :' ': .:_ /; .

Rogers. She was accompanied home ''
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by her sister, Mrs. Maxine Joyce,,' I WEATHER

who had been visiting there.Leo .

Maxwell and his son, Mead,
UP NORTH
attended the International Custom:

and Modified Automobile Show IT:

Miami, Sunday. It was held at the MEANS "Y ,
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Dinner Key Auditorium. I Jr M_t,4l + /r 3

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. OF Till
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL'CIRCUIT OI
BEACH FLORIDA COUNTY., IN AND' FOR PALM: DOWN HERE!

IN CHANCERY 62C337-E
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JANIE SULLIVAN PILCHEB. ::
Plaintiff : roayy_+o w
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JAMES Z. FILCHER :
DefendantNOTICE : .1 p

TO: JAMES Z. PILCHER OF SUIT, LOOK! We've got trainloads of new Ford cars and trucks "@
1495 Lakewood Avenue Southeast
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Atlanta Georgia ,

Sullivan You Filcher are hereby has filed notified a Bill that of Com Janle*. from the snowed-.under North! They're all[ priced to sell Enter the M.gicM"-*Prize Contort when
plaint against you for divorce and you you come in to pick out your Winter
are required to serve a of Special! To be eligible to win. all you
copy yoU
'answer Attorney.to the complaint Thadd Whldden.on; the plaintiffs P. O. fast I! Immediate delivery-COME IN NOW and look at our have .to See do=/fill Ford out Dealer Official for contest EntryBlank. .

Box 70S. Pahokee. Florida and file the rules-you can wwi one of thee ..kiaWe -
olglnal answer In the office of the Clerk'Of prices
the Circuit Court of Palm Beach check our deals! ; 1O 1962 FORD FAIRLANE5
County. Florida on or 'before the 26th 50 21-INCH PHILCO COLOR TV SETS
day of Uarch. 1962? if yoU WI'80 to do. 500 PHILCO S TRANSISTOR RADIOS _
judgment by default will be taken F.D.A.F.
against you for the relief demanded In YOUR PKSEMT( TRUCK (OK CAR) DOES KOJ RAVE TO BE PAID FOR TO TRADE !NOW( AT
the complaint. .
DATED this 14th day of February.
1962. -
J. ALEX ARNETTB" Pahokee Motor Company
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
(Circuit Court Seal) .t .
By Thaddle P. Plant .'_ PAHOKEE. FLORIDA. -.
Deputy Clerk "

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:.ilethodistWomen
, .. BaptistCircIes
r In 'I\tissi Study

; ,. In MonthlyMeets I -
f I I'I I Mrs. Ruth Wedgworth of Belle

Glade and Mrs. C. M. Todd each

The four circles of the Pahokee I I presented a chapter from the mission .

: Baptist WMU held the regular study, "The Christian and His

i monthly meetings, Tuesday. 1 I I Citizenship Responsibility" at the

Members of the Betty Mills Circe I First Methodist Church in Paho-

11 met at the home of Mrs. C. L.I I kee, last week.A .

: Shirley, Jr. with Mrs. W. C. Dar-, skit concerning problems of atypical

den, co-hostess. Mrs. W. K. Ald- modern family was given

i'' First Methodist I IChurchPahokee I Canal Point The Methodist Church I ridge, circle chairman presidedover by Mrs. Jack Spencer, Mrs. R. B. ,t

: Baptist ChurchRev. Canal Point FloridaRobert the business session. Mrs. M. Simonson Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, I

P. Stanley, chairman of the stew- Mrs. J. L. Tyson, Mrs. Robert C.
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Rev. T. C. O'Steen Charles D. Stewart, Pastor A. Shelley, Pastor ardship committee emphasized the Hatton and Mrs. F. S. Parrish.

g1[J SUNDAY: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: importance of getting in offeringsto Mrs. Hundley, chairman of the .

,ffl J 9:45.a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-church School the Annie Armstrong Home Christian Social Relations Committee 1

11:00 a. in.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Mission fund, this month. The goal was in charge of the program. 1

6:45 p. .-MYF 6:30 p. .-Training Union. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship set for the church is $250.00. She announced that Mrs. N. T. 1

G 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. -m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Mrs. Bill Moss, community mis- Taylor, of Belle Glade District

TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: sions chairman, urged that each Secretary of Christian Social Relations (

7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice member actively participate in and Mrs. Robert C. Hatton
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ticeWEDNESDAY a. TUESDAY: June in the Vacation Bible School. would be the speakers for the next 1

: Church Of God 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st Mrs. Joel Brown presented the, two chapters.
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7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions Tuesday2nd final study of the mission book, -
8:30 p. m,-Senior Choir practice Barfield Highway MONDAY: "Glimpses of Glory" by Dr. C. C.

I I 7:30 p. .-Esther. Class meeting Warren. It was announced that the In Deep Appreciation:

Pahokee Fla.J. WEDNESDAY: WMU Associational luncheon meet-

I I I W. Hughes, :Minister 7:30 p. m.-Prayer. Meeting ing will be held in Belle Glade on Now that the crop of the Ver-
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The Church Of God Phone 3736 April 19. Eleven members were milion Sugar Factory, operated by

Of Prophecy Pahokee SUNDAY: Canal Point First present, including the new member, Osceola Farms Co., has finished its
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9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Mrs. Lee Wroten. first Grinding Season, the many
Church
f Baptist
Canal Point Road 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship The Lottie Moon Circle meeting Cubans who have come to live in

.John H. Kinard, pastor 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic Ser :was held Tuesday afternoon at the I Pahokee Canal Point and Belle(
Elder R. E.Barfield
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School viceTUESDAY :home of Mrs. Horace Unwin with Glade wish to take this means ol
SUNDAY
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11:00 a. m.-Preaching: Service : the circle chairman Mrs. Marvin expressing our thanks and showing
10:00: a. m.-Sunday School
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service I 7:30 p. m.Prayer Service Crady, presiding. Mrs. Bonnie Todd our appreciation for the warm wel-
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
8:00 p. m..Tuesday-V..L. B. I THURSDAY: presented the study from the book, come, which we have received from
&00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. I 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. "Glimpses of Glory." There were 15 all the residents of these towns during I
I 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship I
Everyone welcome. Special mualo I Service. WEDNDESDAY I! members present. I the months we have been living
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and sinErin?. A- A supper meeting was enjoyed by among you.
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer I I
First Baptist Service .. members of the Grace Jernigan At the same time we wish to give

Circle at the home of Mrs. Alex thanks to the Osceola Farms Com
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: ,
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The Pahokee ChurchOf Church, PahokeeGuthrie 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary I'Johnson Tuesday evening. Mrs. I pany for giving us employment.

Meeting.Christian H. C. Graham chairman presidedover I i Quite a few of our sons have been
The Nazarene W. Colvard, Minister 'I
the short business session. Rev. born here in the Glades and we all
School 9:45 a. m. I I
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Worship a. m.
Morning
433 Bacom Point Rd. Training Union 6:30 p. m. Science the mission study, "Glimpses of I I in this great country, thus giving
Glory." Eleven members were them the chance in the future of:
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882
Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. Of Canal PointHow
SUNDAY SERVICES: Wednesday Prayer Group 1 l present. Rev. and Mrs. Colvard and,, being brought up as free citizens. J

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 .their daughter: Ruth, were visitors. We hope that as time goes on,
Service p. m. to dominion over lack
11QO a. m.--:Sunday ;Worship. A warm welcome to all. and limitation gain will be explainedin ''I Members of the Faye Taylor Circle and it is God's will that we cannot I

6:30 p. m.-Juniors. _. .A- met at the home of Mrs. Lee return to Cuba, that we will all set-
the Lesson-Sermon "sub.
7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening on Parker with Mrs. Ray Hawk, Jr., tle down to live in this Glades area
Peter's Lutheran stance" at Christian Science chur-
St.
Evangelistic Service. chairman, presiding. Mrs. Edwin and that the friendships with you 1

WEDNESDAY: Church Belle Glade ches Sunday. Todd spoke on the study, "Glimpsesof I wonderful and kind people, which
Assurance unlimited abundance II
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer of Glory." An original skit was I have been started, will grow and

meeting. Koerber, Pastor is presented in the Bible read- given by two GA girls, Annelle Nix prosper. Your neighborliness and ,
August
"Where are a stranger but ings including this verse from,
you
and Wanda Edmondson who composed -
has
601 W.-Lake Rd., Belle Glade understanding helped us jo
Psalm 84 "For the Lord God is :
once" ,SUNDAY: : a 'i it. The hostess and co-host-,I much during this most difficult- '
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sun : give
Dlvme Services 11 A. M. I ess, Mrs. Lois White served refreshments period of our adjusement and we \

Holy Nativity School 9:45 A. M. grace and glory: no good thing will'I to 15 members and two wish to take this means, throughthe
he withhold from them that walk I
Mrs. Gene Waits and Mrs.
visitors local newspapers, in the name
Episcopal ChurchPahokee uprightly. 0 Lord of hosts, blessedis
Catholic Stella Parker. of all the Cubans living and work-
St. Mary's the man that trusteth in thee." .
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Church From "Science and Health with
Of from the bottom of our hearts for
Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar I Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Day Prayer the welcome have
you given us.
SUNDAY: Father Francis Fennech, Pastor Baker Eddy this statement will Sixth Grade PupilsA Juilo Navarro

10 a. m Sunday School J -Sunday-Mass 11:30- a. m. be_ read (p. 301): "As God is sub- i President of Rescate

11 a. .-Worship Service Confessions before Mass. stance and man is the divine image
1 World Day of Prayer programwas Pahokee Delegation.Jose .

-_ and likeness, man should wish for, presented, last Friday, in the M. Calzadilla,
--- and in reality has, only the sub- Pahokee school auditorium, by the Secretary.

i I J 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 : : I 1 I : t I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I 1 1 : I 1 I 1 1 I I 1 I 1 t It stanc? of good, the substance of Sixth Grade pupils of Mrs. Elizabeth -
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1 1 111+1 I 1 I I I I I+H+H III 1 1 ...H-I'+-! i 1:+ Spirit, not matter." Hobson and Mrs. Tommie H. -

t The Golden Text is from I Corinthians -1 DuBose. Patterson Circle

I (2): "Eye hath not seen, The musical prelude was playedby
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Do YouOwnThe t, nor ear heard, neither have entered Miss Kathy Boynton at the Met On Monday

,, into the heart of man, the things piano. Call to Worship was given I _

which God hath prepared for them by Barry Raineri Sharon Rowlett, The lone Patterson Circle met

that love him. But God hath revealed Glen Mullis and Magaly Estaban. at the Canal Point Baptist Church

: : Home You Live In? : : them unto us by" his Spirit." Leaders were Lynn Fisher Peg- Monday afternoon for their regu-

: : ..... gy Olson, Donna Rhoades Richard lar-monthly meeting. Mrs. J. L.

-- .. Browning, Sheila Todd, Ruthelle I McCall, chairman presided. Mrs. J.
I Circles; Of MethodistChurch I I Vandegrift, Omar Adams George J. Walker had the program in

Set Meetings Magrill, Janet Meredith, Beverely charge and after giving the devotional -

Rashley and Alan Miners. Mrs. W. S. Evans presented
LIFE IS GRANDwllEN' I II I I \
q The circles of the WSCS of the Aleda Shackford, _Beverly Wilk- a fflm) strip in keeping with the
inson and Richard Tyson led in I I week of prayer for Home Missions
i" First Methodist Church in Pahokee '
; I just observed last week. Mrs. C. D.
will hold their regular monthly prayer.
YOU OWN I I I Stewart finished
meetings, Monday. The MaryMartha Richard Batchelor played the Of- thE review of theMission
fertory at the piano and Miss Study Book, "Glimpses of
Circle will meet at the home of
'' Brenda Andrews played the Post- Glory." At the conclusion of the
Mrs. Jess Elliott at 10:00 a. ni.; I I
YOUR OWN HOME program, Mrs. Paul Rardin was
the Margery Lair Circle at 3:00 p. lude.Ushers
I : from Mrs. Hobson's class hostess to the group and refresh-
m. with Mrs. M. P. Holman,*e.nd the'
were Dick Hurt, Randy Sanders, ments were served in the Recrea
Mabel Simonson Circle' at 3:30 'I
p.
Whether You Buy Build Kenneth Osbourne and Wayne Jar- tion Hall to 11 members.
or m. with Mrs. Jess Elliott where
riel. And ushers from Mrs. Du- .
: Mrs. Emma Wheeler will be the c
Bose's room were Johnny Barwick

hostess. I Greg Grimes Rammie Long and Request By Grand
YOU CAN OWN THAT HOME Members of the night circles wijl' David Hillier.COLORADO. .
attend the revival services first and Jury Is Studied
YOU'VE DREAMED OF NOW afterward go to the homes of the I I .

hostesses for short business sessions -' VISITORSMr. County authorities this week,
Don't deny yourself and your family the joys; of home ownership and refreshments.The and Mrs. Minter Collins will had under advisement, a

any longer see us about a home financing plan to tit j Vena'Mae Schroder circle: have as guests the first of the week, from the Fall Grand Jury request that

your needs and budget! members will meet with :Mrs. L.J. .i their son-in-law and daughter, Lt. funds be appropriated to finance
an
Fraser and Mrs. D. W..CUnningham and Mrs. Bill Carey and son, Jeff,
staff for the
Investigative
Jury.
will be hostess for members of from Colorado Springs, Colo.; their
The request was part of the
the Gertrude Shirley Circle. The son, Lewis from Admiral Farragut
Grand Jury's final to the
report
Everglades federalSAVINGS :Miriam Circle meeting has been Academy, St. Petersburg; Miss County Commission.This .

cancelled for this month. Betty Johnson, St. Petersburg and
.. Mrs. 'Collin's sister, Mrs. H. E. week, the commission refer- 1

& LOAN ASSOCIATION :Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend accompanied Smith of Orlando. red this request to County
Attot'I'
their daughter, Mrs.: ney Harry Johnston for his I'
SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $11,000 BY FEDERAL SAVDfOfl R. J. Maxson of and recommendation. The board
4 Richard Korbley to Lake Wales, :Mr. and Mrs.
AND LOAN INSURANCE: CORPORATION Sunday, wljere} she met her husband -. Canal Point were Saturday night I seeks to determine its legal positionIn

a(;6 'S..W.nm; AVL "a" &L.*,GLIB. nOD R! $4111 i and returned with him to guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scrog. the matter before budgeting any

Ga. gins in Lake Worth. j funds.
Gordon Augusta,
Camp
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with our population and our 'These improvements,- he said, will Funeral Services For I
net-I' Woman's Club Hear
.. Bfi&Sundy Again,, work of roads and highways is ,not be charged against regular
ing extended as rapidly as,possibleto channels of taxation but will instead c. RS, u gkford
:: better serve our growing coun-I' I School Man 1
SeksJ0ardJobQoun3tJCommissioner| County
; ty... be financed by the county's I I I II 1I Funeral services were held Monday -
share of gasoline taxes. A numberof for--O. R. Shackford of Fort
.. vc t 1-- With this same kind of leadership 1 : t
"t B. F. Sun- and by the application of plans south county road improvements :.I John Martin, business administrator Pierce," a brother of Bill and Bobby'

I dy,'Delray. Beach businessman and now being drafted Sundy said are included in the bond issue, Sun- of the Palm Beach County I Shackford of Pahokee and son of t

j pioneer: ,resfdent of Palm Beach I Palm Beach County will continueto dy reported. School Board, was the guest speaker W. R. Shackford of Canal Point.

County, thSs! ,'week announced he grow and prosper in the future Also being finalized, are plans for at the luncheon meeting of the Burial was made at Port Mayaca I
will se re-election to the' Palm I and will maintain its spot as one of four-laning State Road 808 fromU. cemetery. _
Pahokee Woman's Club Wednesday -
Beach County; Commission as a the leading and most progressive" S. 1 to SR AlA in Boynton
Democratic candidate in the com areas in the state. Beach. Bids for this work are where the St. Patrick's Day Talks I
I Mrs.
Hundley
ing May primary election. One of the most needed improve- scheduled to be called at the closeof theme was carried out in table decorations -

Sundy, who represents District ,ments of recent years and one to the winter vacation season. and menu. Mr. Martin
Four on the board, was first electedto II'which Commissioner Sundy has devoted To aid development of a new I spoke on "Life in Mexico" and illustrated To Methodist Men
.. this post in 1951. Since that a great amount of time and University at Boca Raton the his talk with color slides
time,, his colleagues on the board work is four-laning U. S. High- county commission, Sundy said,, from his collection. Mrs. M. P. ,
have on a* number of occasions way 1 in the south end,of Palm has supported his request to build Stanley, vice-president, was in Mrs. Lloyd Hundley was guest
picked him to serve as both chair- Beach County. Rebuilt in the last whatever roads found necessary to charge of the program. speaker at the regular monthly 1
man and vice chairman of the com- four years is a section of U. S. 1 serve the,new college.Improvement Mrs. Billy Ray Mosley, president. meeting of the Methodist Men's
mission. His latest term as chair; through Delray Beach-a four-lane of Lake Ida is another presided at the business session. Club, in the recreation room of the
man ended in January this year. highway stretching from Boca Ra- project which will bring ad- 'Mrs. Frank Friend Mrs. R. F. Pahokee First Methodist Church, l
In addition to, the top 'commission ton to Boynton Beach. This project ditional recreational facilities to Hurt and Mrs. E. B. Gamble were Monday night. Her subject was (

offices, Sundy has served as I is still underway with a four- ,his district, Sundy said. Dredging named on the nominating committee "Freedom's Holy Light. Wayne \
chairman and as a member of var- laning project set through Boyn-l and filling the west side of the lake to secure officers for the com- Hundley acted as pianist.
ious planning and study commit- ton Beach and northward. will be the first step.in further de ing year.A Minter Collins president presided -
tees named by the board and his Another important project for I velopment of this recreational area. report was made that 12,000 over the business session.
work in these research groups have which Commissioner Sundy has Palm Beach County Sundy said envelopes have been addressed by Those on the committee servingthe
. lead to many'major improvementsin been recognized as ,a key man is is one of the fastest growing areas club members for the Crippled dinner, were Bill Castro Kyle
all branches of. county govern- proposed four-laning of Atlantic in the state and its people are en- Children's Committee. of West Scott, Dr. R. C. Lane Minter Col-
ment. Ave. in Delray Beach, from Swin- titled to the best services and fa- Palm Beach. lins and Rev. T. C. O'Steen.
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Sundy, who has gained a reputa- ton Ave to Military Trail-a new cilities the county commission can The president reported that maim
tion as a quiet, hard working board highway which will become an im- provide-but only through a pro- bers have contributed to a fund for Polio March Nets
member, said he believes the last portant link in the county's farm to gram of considered economy basedon sending a local Girl Scout selectedby
four years have been one of the market road system. a minimum of taxation. the Palm Beach County Girl I
greatest periods of development The extension of Military Trail Sundy resides at W. Atlantic Scout Council to the International $552 During Drive

and. expansion that the county has from Delray Beach south to Boca Ave. in Delray Beach is married Round-up.
and the father of two children. Winners of the Vogue sewing .
ever enjoyed. also to be
Raton has proven a great
Sundjris a member of the Baptist contest Miss Linda Woofter of the Mothers Marc on Polio in the
"Efforts of the County Commission j' improvement in the face of heavier I
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Church and holds memberships in student division and Mrs. C. M. Canal Point and Pahokee area net-
sion during' this time." he said I traffic on county roads.
the Masonic Lodge Shrine, Elks Todd, of the club division will ted the nice sum of $552 for the
"have resulted in a number of II I Looking to the future Sundy and Kiwanis. I enter the district contest at Boyn- National Foundation. The March
benefits. Palm Beach County has I reviewed some of the plans to which ton Beach March 30, it was an- was under 'the direction of the Xi
become 'the home of new industries he has lent his
many I support. VISITS PARENTS nounced. Alph Mu Chapter of the Beta Sig-
providing a boost to year- One of the top priority projectsfor :Miss Dorothy Hatton a studentat Visitors were Mrs. Hugh Branch I ma Sorority, and they are due a big
around economy; cooperation of the county Sundy said is a $15 Florida Southern College in Mrs. Fred Sanford Mrs. Wm. D.I vote of thanks for the splendid job
the board has made possible the ex' million bond issue now being work- Lakeland spent the weekend with Casto Mrs. Guthrie Colvard Mrs. ,. they completed in this 'drive. Mrs.
pansion'of our educational facil-'I I ed out to finance more road and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hat-: Alberto !Morrell Billy Ray Mosley Mary Thomas was in charge of the
ities; commission approved pro bridge construction in the county. l'ton, Sr. and M. P. Stanley. drive for the group. .
gram of building and zoning stand-t
ards has contributed to an orderly ,
growth of new residential and com-
mercial development; our parks and
recreation'' facilities have grown -
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-- -- -- "- I Price spice and everything nice! outside. Still another': tough but gentle one-piece!

Classified Ads f Mono-Plate rear springs that outdo many a bigger car
Who ever thought a car that saves like this could have for quiet comfort.Any wonder Chevy II won Car Life- \

.so much sizzle? Chevrolet engineers, that's who! magazine's 1962 Engineering Excellence award handsLIvelmess

\ STRAWBERRIES FOR SALE. To and.luxury for a 10lo v price were exactly down? (The wonder would be if you settled for anything I
order Call Pahokee 7819. 4tc
what they had in mind to begin with. And they began less-once you get your hands f-nJii \

FOR RENT Rooms. Lucky Star from scratch with a whole carload of ingenious new on one at your Chevrolet dealer's!) MHi jjjjjpMEhevujj
Dude Ranch. Phone 9480. :M30p
ideas designed to .give you more for your money.

NICE ROOMS for rent in Pahokee. That spunky 6 with gas-sipping stinginess is just one '

Phone''7352. 331 East Second l xam le. Another: a. new unitized Body by Fisherthat's Nova
Street Mch2Sp: !: ,
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ATTENTION FARMERS: Have "
'300 acres muckland for lease 3'I

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SUGAlfc BOOM is sure to hit. If r i
you have a spare room or twofor I
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call and $1.00 will get the job done.

HOMES: FOR SALE: Two New
Homes Open and For Sale.

Greenstar Avenue Pahokee, Fla.:i
Henry and Jon Merkel Construction
Company. Dec 29-J26ch' ; t .

ROOMS ARE NEEDED almost i
'_ *\ daily. If you-. advertise :ir(:; this' fr ; 2AE \ !

p 'classified column folks, will' know
where to find that spare room. .
Send $1.00 and copy for your ad to
The Everglades News, Canal Point.
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Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn
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COTTAGES AND ROOMS for rent
in Canal Point. See Dr. Boswellat
Paradise Camp in Canal Point.
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selling, or trading acreage The sporty Chevy II Nora Convertible and sprightly Door Sedan
call me. Let me help

you to plan, buy, or selL No Seethe new Chevy II at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's _
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