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

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Ij' Judge Tyson Will''I'I Met Scoggin-Jones Thursday EveThe Circle Cattlemen's Field Mrs.District Jernigan WSCS Named HeadMrs. Lytal And Sundy

Win 4-Year Term Day Planned TodayToday Have Opposition ,
, Hannah Scoggin-Annie Jones W. P. Jernigan of Clewiston
f t I Circle of the Canal Point Baptist formerly of Canal Point, was elect-

James L. Tyson, Jr., judge of the Church held their monthly meetingat (Friday) is Field Day for ed president of the Woman's So- As filing hour for county candi-
I Magistrate'court in Western Palm the home of Mrs. Laith Nail the Palm Beach Cattleman's Association ciety of Christian Service, West dates rolled around at noon Tuesday -
I Beach county, will win a full four Thursday night. Mrs. ,James Rogers and the meeting will beheld Palm Beach district, at the meet- of this week, County Commis-
4 year term in the office when he chairman presided. :Mrs. C. D. at the Everglades Experiment ing held Tuesday at Park Temple sion Chairman Lake Lytal drew
l'I votes for himself in the general Stewart and Mrs. J. S. Atkins pre- Station east of Belle Glade. Methodist Church in Ft. ,Lauder- Democratic opponents in the up-
', election in November. Judge Tyson, sented the last chapters of the Mis- Dr. W. T. Forsee Jr., directorof dale. Those attending from this coming primary elections but no
>!,f who was appointed to the bench by sion Study Book Glimpses of the Station will discuss beef area were Mrs. Leonard Maxson, Republican filed against him in the I
Gov. Bryant when the court was instituted -, Glory. cattle research at the Station. Mrs. Pope Sears and Mrs. Ida general election.W. .
I I in July 1961, was the only There were seven members pres- Other speakers will include Dr. Blanchard of Canal Point and R. Copeland of Lake Clark
candidate filing for the position. ent. Delicious refreshments were F. H. Thomas of the Station staff; Rev. and Mrs. T. C. O'Steen and Shores in West Palm Beach and A.

I No other Democrat and no srved by Mrs. Nail. F. LeGrand Dr. C. E. Haines, J. R. Mrs. R. F..Hurt, of Pahokee. F. Brockmiller ofVest Palm
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lican filed against him. Orsenige H. L. Chapman Jr., R. L. Beach are the two Democrats opposing -
: Since inception of the Lions I Shirley T. J. Cunha.M. Mr. Lytal in the primaries.
Are Told Of Or. E. C. Johnson To
:I court with offices and temporary I I U. Mounts will discuss, the County Commissioner Ben Sundy
court room in the Glades Office history of beef .cattle raising in in the southern end of the county
Building a splendid service has I Cooperative BuysHoward Palm Beach County following tha Be Rote PresidentWhen drew two Democratic opponentsand
been rendered by the new judge luncheon with Frank Pelhill the two Republicans will fight ;tout
and\his many friends are moderator. in the primary to see who opposes /
lating him on the fact congratu-I Carper was guest speaker There will be a production test- the first of July 1962 the Democrat in the general
now be elected for a full at the weekly luncheon of the ing program in the afternoon withJ. rolls around. Dr. Ernest Cleveland election in November. The oppos-'

has been an outstanding judicial,Pahokee Lions Club Tuesday. He E. Pace and William Stitt in ..I Johnson popular Pahokee physician -- ing Democrats are: John Archieof
service that the new judge has ren- is Director of the New Department ctpirge. R. VV. Kidder will discuss I will become president of the Boynton Beach and Myron Rog-
I dered since his appointment and Planning with Associated Grocersof research in the Everglades.A Rotary club succeeding PHS Bandmaster ers. The Republicans are Harold J.
that service has drawn warm commendation Miami. He spoke ,of cooperative field trip also is planned at Robert O. Lampi who has I Dane and George Warren. '
from judicial circles in II buying which makes it possiblefor Station showing various pasturageand wielded the gavel as head of the Other candidates who have filed
I I the court house in West Palm small merchants to stay in forage experiments. club since July 1, 1901., are as follows:

Beach. business and compete with the .L At the annual election held yes- School Board Group 1 Louis
I Within n year Judge Tyson and large chain stores. He illustratedhis terday noon at the regular weekly! Bills (D); Ronald L. Bohle (R).
his court will have a permanent talk with color slides. Final Rites HeldForJ.E.Cochran meeting the nominating committee School Board Group 3 WilliamM.

f home when the second story of President Brooks Henderson pre presented its slate of candida for Harvey (D) ; xHarold A. TurnerD
" Glades Office Building is constructed. sided over the business meeting the various .o fices. Presidsuz Lamp' ( ); A. D. Thorpe (R).
.-,. ed. At present his court meeting Visitors were Harold Aldrich' of I called fot nominations from the School Board Group -Leonard
I: temporarily in the auditorium of Miami; and four members of the floor according to Rotary rules'andf C.'Brown III, (D); Jack J. EasseD i
the building. Plans and specifications Seaside Lions Club of Cocoa Beach Funeral services were held Tues by-laws. There being non *a motion ( ); Wainwright Love (D); Louis
:, ', are ready and bids will be received Dave Lambert president; Leo day morning at the First Baptist was unanimously passed electing G. Moody (D); Robert R. .JohnsonR
April 2 by the county com Glasser first vice-president Marlin Church in Pahokee- for John E. the entire slate with Er.} JohnSon ).
mission' for the second story addition Cochran, 85, who passed on
!- Brubaker director and ,Henry D. away as president. Find Commissioner xGleason
f according to County Commissioner Lorey secretary. Miss Gayle Sears Saturday after an extended illness. Bill Plumer is the new,vic? pres- I I Stambaugh (D); Thomas J. Hanley
l" Paul Rardin.Funeral was the guest of student member Rev. Guthrie Colvard pastor of ident and Joe Thompson is the new I I I (R); Melvin C. Schmitt (R); Mur
Robert Boe. the church and Rev. T. C. O'Steen. treasurer. Mike Sanders w;\s elected ray Robinson (R).

1 Lions and their families are pastor of the Pahokee Methodist : as the new secretary. Clerk, Criminal Court xJohn
: Services urged to watch the television show church were in charge of the 'ser'i Four directors were elected a? Dunkle (D); Matthew A. McCauley

"Route 66" on March 30th. Most of vices. Burial was made at Wood- follows: : Luke Dufresne Wiley (R) ; Donald A. Montgomery (R).
I lawn Cemetery in, West Palm Tillis, M. P. Holman and E. i I I Judge Juvenile and Domestic
( Garland R. Chaney the action of the show will be filmed -
in Kerrville Texas at the Crippled Beach where the Pahokee Masonic Parnell. 3'1 I Court-xEmery Newell (D); Char-
Lodge was in charge. -
ri i Children's Camp which is a les B. Guthridge (R).
Graveside services for Garland Lions Club project.Avocado Survivors include two sons, W. Judge Magistrate Court -
r Ray Chaney, 47, were conducted ... H. Cochran of Belle Glade and J. E. Pahokee Rote Club I xJames Tyson Jr., (D).
Cochran. Jr., of Homestead; four
Sunday afternoon at :Port Mayaca Judge, Criminal Court xHugh
Growers daughters Mrs. Sam McKinstry, Macmillan (D).
Cemetery by Rev. T. C. O'Steen Hears Old TimerDr. I
Sr., Mrs. Rupert Mock and Mrs.
., pastor of the Pahokee ,Methodist Judge, Small Claims Court -
Sadie Barwick all of Pahokee and xDonald ,Sinclair (DIncumbent. ).
Church. Funeral services were held
Have Bird BattleAvocado Mrs. Donald Kepp of Canal Point;
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earlier Sunday in Homestead at E. W. Brandes, a former resident -
20 grandchildrenand 34 great-
the Brannon Funeral ChapeLMr. was introduced as guest- -

Chaney, formerly of Paho growers in the area grandchildren.A retired farmer he made his 1 speaker at the Pahokee Rotary
kee died unexpectly last week at I Louis Bills Seeks
have had another hurdle to jump home at 371 E. Main St. He came luncheon Thursday, by Bascom I
.. his home in Homestead of a heart recently. Flocks of cedar waxwingshave to Pahokee from Homestead in Belcher chairman. Dr.
attack. He was a farmer and 1 program
harvester at Homestead and Hendersonville. descended on the groves and 1918 where_.he had been one, of, the, ,Brandes an expert in sugar cane Dist. 1 School Job
the blooms. Thereis
,, # have been eating pioneer councilmen. He served on and banana breeding came to this
N. C. Born in Ga.
_.-..):. Pahokee; he no doubt about it, they do eat the, the Pahokee City Council after area first in 1919. He has traveled
with his
came as a boy
blooms,and are not just;:huntingor: moving there.A led Louis Bills Lake Park
y" family in the ".twenties'and.spent: extensively and recently ..a Realtor
.:: most of his life here. I| insects. Cedar waxwings are verybeautiful Mason since ,1904, he was a" group of scientists on an exped I'this, week qualified to become i
Survivors birds with_ amusing as member of Everglades Lodge 211, tion sponsored by the United Fruit candidate for the Palm Baech
include his wife, Mrs.
well as annoying habits. They go F and A M. He also was a memberof I I Company to the Far East in searchof County School Board in District! 1
Maxine Chaney; one son, Joe Gar-
through a ritual while sitting in a the Pahokee First Methodist wild banana plants. They col which includes Pahokee, Canal
land two Miss Linda
; daughters
row on, a limb of passing a choice Church. lected 1,000 plants which are now Point, ,Jupiter and Lake Park. He N
Chaney and Mrs. Shirley Lee Le-!
tidbit for instance a cherry from Records in the office of the under observation and experimentation qualified on the Democratic ticket
Claire; his mother Mrs. Ruby one bird to the next one. They are Grand Secretary of the Masonic at the Banana Gardens in and nor other Democrat entered the
Chaney; one brother Elick Chaney brown and about the size of spar- Lodge show that Mr. Cochran became Honduras. Dr. Brandes pointed out race against him. He will have Re:
all of \Homestead; three sisters row, with a long crest broad bandof a member in Perry on April that unlike the cultivated varieties publican opposition in the general
Mrs. Thelma Wood of Tavernier, yellow at the tip of the tail anda 28, 1904. He was a charter memberof wild bananas have hard unedi- election in November.The .
Mrs. Verna Doyle of Panama City touch of red on the wings. the Pahokee Masonic Lodge. ble seeds.R. District is now representedby
and Mrs. Bennett of
Audrey Home- Some of these birds have been which was instituted in 1925. O. Lampi president, presidedover Thurmond W Knight formerlyof
stead. migrating through this "flyway"for Pallbearers were six grandsons: the business session. Guests Pahokee who now lives with t
I BrannOn Funeral Home of. Homestead years butnever in this number Sam McKinstry Jr., W. E. McKin- were Sgt. James Chancey of the his family in Lake Park. Mr.
was in charge of arrange before. Old timers believe the un- stry Frank Cochran John Cochran Florida Highway Patrol Rev. ,Knight, at the end of 1962 will have
ments. usual migration is due to the fires Bill Cochran and Jasper Reed. Guthrie Colvard and Dr. C. Wehl- served 'two four-year terms on the
Among those from out of town I and smoke in the Everglades. Among those attending the fun- burg of Belle Glade. Miss Meritha board and has made an outstanding
attending the funeral were :Mr. and, eral were Warren Cochran of Her- Botesta was the guest of John member He has devoted a great
Mrs. L. E. Herbert and Mrs. Cassie VISIT FLOWER SHOW scher Ill.; Miss Jeanine Mock Hundley student member. deal of time to school problems and
Chaney of Okeechobee; Mr. and. Mrs. J.. H. Harrington and ,Mrs. Gainesville; Johnny Cochran .. has been able to solve many of
Mrs. Pickins Woodward and daughter A. H. Scruggs accompanied Gaul-, Homestead; Mr. and Mrs. Billy. NORTHERN VISITORSMr. them successfully

.. Hazel,Ann, Bill Woodward and den Harrington to West Palm Rogers and daughter Laura June, and' Mrs. H. J. Anderson had -- ..
Mrs. Abbie Woodward all of Beach Sunday. Mrs. Scruggs and South Bay; Mrs. Ruth Connell. as their house guests, this week, Mrs. Bob Meirs of Miami was

Stuart. Mrs. Harrington attended the Gar- Belle Glade; Mr. ahd Mrs.. Earl her sisters Mrs. Lester Reynolds the weekend guest of her parents.
den Club flower show that was Grossman Plantation; Mrs. C. T. Miami and Mrs. Walton Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas of-Pa
Angus Sims has returned to his held in..the Armory Following the Jackson Eau Gallic; Mm Juanita Ridgefield N. Y.; also Mrs. Lili hokee. Mr. Meirs joined his wife
home after receiving treatment at show they were carried by Mrs. H. Sullivan Stuart; Mrs. Rosoce Will Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. John Sunday who had attended a fraternity -
the Good Samaritan Hospital in T..Lawson on a tour of three of the iams Homestead and Mrs. Lester Schuldt of Riviera Beach and meeting in Gainesville and I

West Palm Beach. gardens. Her.! West Palm.Beach. Cleveland, Ohio. returned to Miami with Mrs. 1tIelrs.F .

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Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday March 23, 1962

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, -' The family of John Edward Coch- Mrs. Doris Spooner resumed her i I
}.. State, At V2 BillionForest ran, Sr.. wishes to thank their duties, Monday, in the office of
many friends for their cards prayers Magistrate Judge J. L. Tyson at
products of Florida may flowers and kind deeds duringthe the Glades Office Building, afteran
: soon reach $500.000,000 in valua illness and death of our loved illness of several days.
annually if present trends continue one. We, also, wish to express our -. ,
This figure includes lumber from gratitude to the entire staff of the f, .
Florida sawmills, cellulose, naval I I Everglades Memorial Hospital for Ir
stores, and other primary products.A .I| their kindness patience and under- II I r
< I regional survey by the U. S.j standing.W.. I S them I
Q Forest Service and state forest services -i H. Cochran and family I I
suggests that Florida and'I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cochran JuGooDI
other southeastern states will in I' Jr. and family
time become the main sources of :Mrs. Sam McKinstry Sr., I \ I

The Rardin Buffeting! In Canal! Point, Florida the nation's total lumber supply, and familyMr. ) 11 H
,{ with southern pine to rank as a i and Mrs. Rupert Mock, Ij
THE: LAKE _OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF major structural material.Th I Sr., and family 1' a I II
half-billion dollar figure from 1 Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Kepp
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServtng ,. Florida forests is the wholesale, I Mrs. Sadie C. Barwick. IAPPRECIATION I j

-- manufactured value, and does not I II
the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region Without include an additional estimated I I !
Interruption Every Week tor More Than 30 Years $225,000,000 for remanufacture in : would like to thank each and I
Established_March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday pulp, paper, paper packaging and : everyone for the many kindnesses j
other processes. I shown me following the death of I
Subscription Price $?.OO Year In Advance .. Though more than 60 per cent of: my mother. j
the total land area of Florida is:: 1.1rs.V.. C. Young. I
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn I
Matter forest land, much of this area is!I
Canal Point Florida, as Second Class
badly understocked in trees according -
Paul Rardin Editor Publisher to the latest timber
Owner, survey. ,
Forest Service officials say that I ONE 2-BEDROOM CBS HOUSE 1

Mrs. Mary Thomas New :Motor Oil Is this land could produce many more FOR SALE IN PAHOKEE I

New Sorority HeadNew Offered By StandardStandard trees. I'
Florida farmers, landowners and COMPLETELY FINISHED. YARD FILLED 1
corporations planted 118,600,000' AND SODDED
chosen by Oil Stations are now offering (
pine seedlings during the 1960-611
members of the Beta Omicron Southern motorists a line of I season. i Lot 65 x 135 On Cypress Ave. in Pahokee. j
chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority revolutionary new motor oils, iti I Increasing demand t for Floridasaw
at the. regular business meet- was announced today by W. C j|I timber is indicated. Though WILEY TILLISGeneral l
ing held at the home of'Mrs. Marilyn Smith,. president of Standard Oi j i, stocks of standing trees have increased -I
Poteete. Mrs. Mary Thomas," Company (Kentucky). j I in the last few years, much I Building Contractor f
was os.en' as president of the Sold under the brand name RPM of the timber is in reserve or in _
group. these new motor oils contain an scattered stands and not availablefor Box 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127:
Other new officers are :Mrs. ashless detergent that halts .engine sawing into lumber.
Marion Hatton, vice president: wear Smith stated. This detergent .
Mrs. Louise Zaccagnino, corre- leaves no ash deposits; ---- ,-
sponding secretary; Mrs. Ruth keeps combustion chambers clean .
Ann Zimmerman, recording secretary and moving parts free of sludge so
and Mrs. Elaine -Mindlin, that engines perform' better, last I
treasurer. Mrs. Zimmerman was longer and require less mainten
named chapter representative to ance.
the sorority's city council, and "These new RPM oils have been
Mrs. Virginia Collier alternate rep-: thoroughly road-tested in other the handiest phones }
resentative. I marketing areas and millions of r F
At the conclusion of the meetingthe miles of customer driving have N---qE _
group held a surprise baby i proved that ashless detergents do a I
shower, honoring Mrs. Louise Z 'c'-j remarkable job of halting engine
cagnino., I wear," the Standard spokesman ..".: + are the phones at hand

IN THE CIRCUIT COST OF the introduction of new
THE FIFTEENTH JUpiciAL RPM Motor Oils Standard's retail
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN outlets will offer the only complete
BEACH line of deposit-free oils in' the

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# Plaintiff : I Rogers Asks FundsTo II

-vsBERNICE : Study Cane Yield _
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Defendant :
WASHINGTON D. C. Congressman -
Paul G; Rogers has ask-
: ed the House Agriculture Appro- _
Floyd priations subcommittee to give full
Headland Alabama
consideration to a request for fundsto
You are hereby notified that be used to determine factors affecting *
Leonard Burnett Jr. has filed a
sugar cane plant yield de-
Bill of Complaint against you for cline.
divorce, and you are required to Pointing out that each new va- JS .
serve a copy of your answer to the riety of cane plant- developed declines __ _
complaint on the plaintiffs' Attorney in yield within a few years.
Thadd Whidden' I. Q. Box- Congressman Rogers requestedthat
705 Pahokee Florida, and file the assistance be given a programto .:
original answer in the offICe.hf'-the find the causes, so that the high r wv v rK'': M ?.i
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm costs of developing new varieties t ::4 f- j
\ Beach County, Florida on or before every few years can be reduced. _
the 16 day of April 1962; if'ou'fail The program Rogers supported
so to do judgment by default will I would require the sugar industryto
be taken against you ffor--the relfef- pay half the costs, .with the Federal -
demanded in the complaint. and State governments each
DATED this 15 day of March, paying. one fourth.
1962.. Congress 'being asked to appropriate 14 *: $ S yx
J*. ALEX ARNE $250,000 this year of
Clerk of Circui Cour which $50,000 is to be used in Flor-
(Circuit Court Seal) ida." r
By P. -- .-
Thaddie Pant I
Pub. :Mar. 16, 23. 30 &April.6.'JQ6 Sincere thanks to our many '
\ Thadd Whidden friends for your kindnesses to me t
Attorney for Plaintiff during my illness.- Your cards.flowers ,
Pahokee Florida :_ visits and prayers will fiawSwffiL'oy 9, ?' .;ay "T !
long be remembered.
Grady Echols.
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t Friday, March 23, 10C2) The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Pap Three I

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}f tocal Researchers I If when spreading yields are tops heavy.provide Moderately good- Workshop I Is Held Florida> Gets 14 New :BPW Club Members I

row shading early in the season. Plants In_ FebruaryTALLAHASSEE Hear Fanjul Talk ,

'-. Test Cane Variety I II Both C. P. 50-28 and C. P. 52-68 For Ag Workers :

f are susceptible to the mosaic di- ," Sixteen new Guest speaker, Rafael. Fanjul, !!

.ea:: e. The disease may not becomea r manufacturing plants and five I was introduced by Mrs, Allle Okie,

Yield data from seven field experiments serious problem for several yearsif The Everglades USDA Club plant expansions were announcedfor I president at the Tuesday evening "

I conducted at Okeelanta the grower starts with mosaic- sponsored a Technical Writing Florida during February by the meeting of the Pahokee Business i

free sesdcane increase plots. Since Course :March 12-16, 1962 which Florida Development Commission. and Professional Women's Club. I
by B. A. Belcher and E. R. Ricer
I i both varieties are susceptible to the was held at Jamison Hall in Belle Leading the month's industrial:.Mr. Fanjul spoke on the Communist *
show that C. P. 50-28 and C. P. ..
ratcon stunting disease, the long: situation in Cuba.
: Glade for Federal and State Agri- report was Aerojet-General Corp
62-68 are adapted for planting in]I I hot-water treatment should be usedto cultural Research Workers. oration which starts constructionin The meeting was held in the

I the muck soils of that area. Mr..' maintain. disease-free. secdcane. This Workshop was conducted by May of a liquid and solid fuel I I home of Mrs. R. S. Douthit where

Rice and Mr. Belcher are research I Ward W. Konkle, Publications I rocket engines plant in South. Dade I members enjoyed a covered-dish ,

agronomists at the U. S. Sugar PAHOKEE JUNIOR SENIOR Officer, and Donald V. Robertson, County to employ 1,300 persons. dinner. The hostess was assisted by I

r Cane Field Station in Canal Point. HIGH SCHOOL Writer, from the ARS Publications Employment opportunities from all Miss Jan Plumer and Mrs. Tommio (

t In three plant cane and four stub- HONOR: ROLL ALL A's Section of the U. S. Department of I February announcements exceed DuBose.' Mrs. Fernandez Morrell

ble experiments, C. P. 50-28 pro,I I 12th Grade: John Hundley, Bon- Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 2,500 and represent.investment: capital and Mrs. Raffael Fanjul were visit-

duced an average of 9,584 pounds of I I nilu Lair, Katherine Young. The 18 hour refresher course was I in the multi-millions. I ors. i I II

sugar per acre from 47.54 tons of 11th Grade: Linda Woofter. designed to improve methods of Additional new plants include I iF

cane. Under comparable conditions I| 10th Grade: Tommy Brock, Dianne preparing technical'and popular Scientech Corporation, Southern I I .

C. P. 62-68 produced 8,654 pounds'I 1 Hollon, Jan Plumer. manuscripts for publication in Plywood Corporation and White I Garden: Club Group !

of sugar per acre from 44.31,tons of I 9th Grade: Faye Elliott, Willola: USDA series, agency series, and Star Manufacturing Co. Plant expansions -I Visits Stuart Spots !
cane. The standard commercial Tyson. outside journals.
include Instrument Corp- 4
variety, CI. 41-223, produced 7,540 8th Grade: Calvin Spooner. Manuscript organization, writingthe
oration of Florida and Minneapolis- The Canal Point Garden Club enjoyed j
pounds of sugar per acre from 34.62; HONORABLE MENTION first draft, clarity in writing.
Honeywell Regulator Co. a tour of the Rose Covey. Inc., I
tons'of cane in these experiments.Both **B" OR BETTER how to prepare tables, writing sum- Gardens in Stuart and also the Hep-
C. P. 50-28 and C. P. 52-68 12th Grade: Robert Boo, Paula maries and abstracts, and good Stuart. I
pel Easter Lily Gardens in
were developed in the. sugarcane Collier, Rebecca Grimes, Janette grammar principles-all were cov- Birthday Dinner For There were 11 members who made

breeding program at Canal Point, Harrington, Patricia: Keene, Linda ered during the course. Mr. Wilson's SisterThe the tour and 8 stayed to have lunchat
Florida. They were tested in field Livingston, Rebecca Mackey, Yvonne Mr. Konkle, a farm-reared nativeof Frances Langford's "Outrigger"

experiments at Okeelanta, cooper- Thompson. Pennsylvania, is a graduate of F. M. Wilson home was the Restaurant at Sewall's Point.
atively by personnel of the U. S. 11th Grade: Iva Hand, Bobby the University of Pittsburgh. In
Sugarcane Field Station at Canal Kennedy, Heather Reed, Constance 1957 he joined ARS as a supervisory setting of a barbecue birthday dinner .11-

t Point and the Okeelanta Sugar Refinery Singletary, Jimmy Vandegrift, Vel- publications' editor. Since 1958 honoring Mrs. E. L. Munsell of JUDGE IN CONTEST

Inc. I ma Williams, Amy Young. he has been head of the Technical Orlando on her 78th birthday. I I Robert O. Lampi flew to Fernan-

I C. P. 50-28 was released in 1957 10th Grade: Carol Hatton, Lew- Publication Section; and, in addi- Nieces and nephews joined Mr. and dina Beach,.last weekend, where ho.

by USDA and the Florida Agricultural ell Hughes, Gloria King, Dorothy tion, he is instructor and coordinator Mrs. Wilson in being hosts to the I was judge of the sight reading division -

Experiment Station for plant- Lair, Walter Parker, Charles Pell, of the ARS training program
I ing in 'the muck and sandy-muck Linda Sheffield, Walter Young. 'technical writing Mr. Konkle has sister. There were 55 attending and will be one of the judges in tha

1 1 soils of the Fellsmere area in Flor many years experience in teaching the honoree was surprised with a band contest at Naples, tomorrow.Mrs. .

1 ida. Subsequent tests indicated its i LOCAL YOUTH AIR FORCE English, both expressed and writ- money and cards tree. Lampi will accompany him.
# adaptability to the Okeelanta area. ten.
) Stalks of C. P. 50-28 grow erect Tom Douglas :Mullin Jr., age 18, Wednesday, March 14, Mr. Kon-] --------- -- ----- -

J under normal conditions kle spoke at the USDA Club lunch-
although son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom D. Mullin,
they tend to when is eon held at Ray Smokehouse in
lodge growth
Sr., of Canal Point enlisted in the
heavy, Early maturity and cold South Bay. In his program, he pre-
Air Force on March 7, at Miami. sented an imaginary telephone con- NOWTRAILWAYS
tolerance make C. P. 50-28 a valu-
able variety for early harvest and According to Sergeant Gautier, the !j versation with a potential author.

I for harvest late in the season. local Air Force Recruiter in West Mr. Konkle's droll sense of humor

: C. P. 52-28 was released in 1958 Palm Beach, Airman Mullin was couple with his mastery of the

by USDA and the Louisiana Agri-I flown from Miami to Lackland English language kept the group

cultural Experiment Station for AFB, San Antonio, Texas immedi- spellbound.Mr. .
: Robertson, born in the District gets to
planting in Louisiana., is adaptedto ately after enlistment. Airman
of Columbia, is a graduate''of
light and heavy soils in Louisiana Mullin is a graduate of P.i Qkee
the of Maryland. He has
and to muck soils in the Okee- High School and attended one semester University NEW YORK
been with ARS since 1958 as a writer -
lanta area of Florida. Growth of at Palm Beach Junior Col-
in the popular publications sec
C. P. 52-68 is vigorous and erect, lege prior to enlisting in the Air faster
tion. .
however, the stalks tend to lodge Force. .
I Certificates were awarded those BOSTON

"t ___ _______ ___ who attended the five 3-hour .. I '. .
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pleted the written homework' as- ...., .. :. -
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signments. Those attending were: BALTIMOREWASHINGTON

: YOUR NEW HOME DESERVES Doug Wilson, Frank Joyner, Tom 1 I !li

Summers, Don Fishier, Carolyn .
Glover, Irene Doub, Otho Richey, '
i\1.I',;-. Mills Byrom, Hiram Whittemore, ) : !iii'ii11 RICHMOND

,J" Dorothy O'Neal Carl Grassl, E. 1

, -..' H. Todd, Bascom Belcher, Dee r11 .I j v RALEIGH
Maxson Preston Dunckelman, Ed

Rice, ,Charles Seale, Vic Green,
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Paul Thayer, Ferdinan le Grand,
I Vic Guzman, Frank Thomas, Howard
, Burdine Emmett Harris, Bill

J Genung, Cornells Wehlburg, Emil

| > I .! Wolf, Charles Hortenstine, Jim
rigfe- :: .- Winchester and Bob Allen. --T- i JACKSONVILLE
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Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wilson at-

. I tended the funeral of his uncle, A.

1; L- () C C, Bush at Colquitt, Ga., Tuesday.
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Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto
call of the Board of Supervisors of
I Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District, the
annual meeting of landowners of
Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District. for
1i1 U.--- I ICON"CRETr the year 1962. will be held at the officeOf
said District in the Rardin Building Ride our new thru-liners:
T at Canal Point. Palm Eeach County
Florida, on Monday. April 9. 1962. at .
130 o'clock P. M.. for the purposes of:
I 1.. Electing one Supervisor for a term over'our.. .
of three years '
2. Receiving annual reports and I !
MASONRY taking such action 'with respect NEW East Florida route!
thereto as the landowners may
determine: and
3.Transacting such other businessas
Because you'll want the best. the most beautiful may come before the meeting.
longest lasting construction materials in your new OF PELICAN LAKE SUB-
home you'll naturally choose concrete masonry con- DRAINAGE DISTRICT From Canal Point to: One-W.y
struction. It provides home that is BY: F. E. Conkling.
a fire-safe economicalto
President NEW YORK $36.90The
keep up will out-last almost any other material-and Publish: March 23, 30. 1962. only Thru aerytce'VASHINGTON
remain new-looking too! Build home today! For
quality block precision made on Stearns equipment LANDOWNERS OF .
The only Thru service
see us today.
Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto JACKSONVILLE V $ 7.70
call of the Board of Supervisors of
East Shore Drainage District, the 4 Thru trips dally
CONCRETE BLOCK GIVES BUILDINGS A FUTURE annual meeting of landowners of
East Shore Drainage District for MIAMI $3.07
the year 1962. will be held at the office 4 Trips-faster service (plus tax)
i of said District In the Rardin Building
at Canal Point. Palm Beach County FOR INFORMATION PLEASE CALL
Florida, on Monday. April 9, 1962. at
10:30 o'clock In the forenoon for the CANAL POINT SPORT SHOP ,
purposes of: .
1. Electing one Supervisor for a term M. C. CARTER. AGENT 0 PHONE US1take'
of three years
2. Receiving annual reports and
taking such action with respect '.
-thereto as the landowners may ,
determine; and
Transacting such other business '
as may come before the meeting. TRAILWAYS

PHONE 7185 PHONEWT 6-624 AGE BY: F.DISTRICT f. Conkling. easiest tr iveion{ : earth _

President ,
Publish:March 23. 99. 296.

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Mrs. Helen Schroder had as her C. M. Todd is patient at aooil I Mr..and Mrs W.-P. Jernigan oft ?-J J :
; guests Tuesday evening, Mrs.. Samaritan Hospital this Clewiston and grandson Larry .

PERSONAL NEWS.NOiES tJl j Mardy Carstens and Mrs. Lily Reg- Rev. and Mrs. Jernigan of Auburn Alabama, ,
T. C. O'Steen visit- '
ister of West Palm Beach. ed Mrs. Gertrude Williams in Lan- were the Sunday guests of Mr. and :

Misses Elinor Brackin and Jean tana, Tuesday Mrs. A. R. Harrington and family ,; I
-- of Canal Point. .
Mrs. Mattie Elliott of Ft. I Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Padgett and,Kay Friend of Pahokee spent the "
erddle. is the house guest LaUd-I II son, Jimmy plan to spend this weekend in Eagle Lake as the I Mrs. Fred Moore and children of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser of Pa ; .
grandson and granddaughter, weekend with their parents Mr.!'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Brack- spent the weekend with her hokee have received word that Mr. ;
and.'Mrs. Lee Wroten this week. and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs of Canal'I in. ,While there they attended the .j I mother Mrs. Mildred Schoeppel.Mrs. Fraser's mother Mrs. Julia Fraser ;
,; Point and Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Florida Citrus Exposition in Winter F. M. Wilson returned to of Largo, fell and broke her arm.
Miss Jean Brown, who attends Haven with Steve Brackin, who
Padgett of Pahokee. They have recently the Good Samaritan Hospital in
the>,University of Florida was the moved from Gainesville to al, is a student at the University of West Palm Beach Monday for Mrs. R. A. Taylor and Mrs. Mil- !
, guest.of her parents Mr. and Mrs. country home in, the suburbs of South Florida in Tampa.Mr treatment.Mrs. dred Hodsell of Wauchula were the j l
J. \y,Brown over the weekend. Waldo. luncheon guests of Mrs. Wiley Tillia \ !
and Mrs. Dan Vangmert of Charles Maxson of Canal and Mrs. Paul Rardin Friday. ;
. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vandegrift Fort Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs. !
Mrs. W. A. Maxey suffered a Point is a patient at the Good Samaritan -I
had,as.a recent guest her nephew II stroke at her home on Cypress Avenue Steve Vangmert of Boston, Massachusetts Hospital in West Palm RETURN VIRGINIA !
. Steve Welch,who is stationed at were the guests of Mr. II "
. Tuesday and is a patient at Beach where she underwent surg- I
!... FUBragg.. N. aMiss I Everglades Memorial Hospital.Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux of Canal ery Thursday.Mr. 1-c Engineer and Mrs. Melvin ,
Point. I Jacobs who have been visiting his : I
Edwina Humphrey student and Mrs. Basil Todd of Plant and Mrs. Doyle Branyon returned -'
Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Sandberg have sisters, Mrs. Gordon Hillier and
, at FSU at Tallahassee, spent the City spent several days here this to their home in Melbourne f
weekend here with her parents :Mr. week visiting his mother, Mrs. C. returned to their home in Newell Wednesday after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mildred Schoeppel, returned I

. and Mrs.. J. L. Humphrey, Sr.Mr. M. Todd.. Iowa, after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. S. Cross of Canal Point. to Portsmout, Va., Tuesday where '
" 'w Frank Wilson for ten days.
., and Mrs. E. S. Parnell visit I he is stationed with the U. S, Navy.He .
Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Brandes have Miss Cyndy Friend who is a
, ed her mother, Mrs. E. H,Shermanat returned to their home in Palm Phillip Maxson and his two, junior at Florida State Universityin had Just returned from six I
Winter. Haven Sunday. They 1 Beach after spending the winter daughters Kathy and Jana and: Tallahasssee was the weekend months duty in Greece. On April 5 I
F also stopped at Florida Southern months in the home of Mr. and I niece, Brenda Maxson were the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. he will be sent to the Mediterranean
College Lakeland, to see their son,I Mrs. C. B. Stringari of Canal Point. I weekend visitors in St. Petersburg. Lewis Friend, of Pahokee. aboard the USS Independence. :
Gene, who is a student there.
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, Ronnie Kautz, who attends Ran- 1
, son School at Cocoanut Grove,
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., spent. the weekend here with his \
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman

I .:i: Kautz.Mrs. W. D.. Reid North'Barfield.- .

Highway, is a surgical patient at
Everglades Memorial Hospital this LAST

week. \ CHANCE !

I George McElhenny Jr who at-
tends Emory University, at Atlanta -

Ga. is visiting his parents, Mr.'

"" .week.and Mrs. G. C. McElhenny. this

A ,
" Mr. and Mrs. G..W. Byrd had as

., a recent guest their grandson
Byrd :Mapoles of Milton. He flew LAST OF OUR FORD DEALERSTART

. down Sunday and returned to his
home on Tuesday.

Dr. Edwin Todd is leaving todayon :
'a business trip to Washington, ,

D. C. where he plans to spend a 1- :

Mrs. Susie Williams of Chiefland

and'Jacksonville accompanied by '1 !!
Bobby Kelly her grandson of Jacksonville % IB ;
,. were the guests of Mr. and i

Mrs., S. S. Scruggs for, several.- 'days.- SPRING IN ONE OF THESE MONEY-SAVING.. FORDS! 4 4Whit..aa

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: in Canal Point. See Dr. Boswell
at Paradise Camp in,Canal Point.
Phone 9721.STRAWBERRIES. 1 TTj

t To bra optional it additional cost
Whitcwin brt optional'at additional I cost
order. Call Pahokee 7819. 4tc 'U dUI SEDAN-First of a new class of
FAt RLAN ES !I ears from Ford! AW size outside 'M Fete STTLUIDC-Rufitd .tOll
FOR RENT-Rooms. Lucky: Star full size inside.s FORD PICKUPS!I pickup built to stay on the job and keep
Dude Ranch Phone 9480. M30p \, .; your luuliii costs ofemil

NICE ROOMS for rent in Pahokee.
. Phone 7352. '331 East Second ," PRICED TO SAVE YOU
Street. Mch23p .; DRIVINGI. BIG MONEY NOW! .

: SUGAK BOOM is sure to hit. If f': .. : '"j
you have a spare room or two for :<.' .
\ rent .why: not place an ad in this .. f i
column and watch results. A phone : :
I call and $1.00 will get the Job done. rmnnriilf 1W U !
UU lJ tmLM U sales %
Homes Open and For Sale. c Used car
i Gree star Avenue Pahokee FlaHenry. :;..i L=r.4.. ;,g S.S. .

f and Jon Merkel Construction are oomiQg. We need good late modelused
; 'Campany.ItOOMS De 29J2c1t \ ,
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daily. If you advertise in this
tlassified column folks know ,.
will We'll trade for !
where to find that spare room. higher your car now

- Send $1.00 and copy for your ad to I

The'Everglades News, Canal Point,
Fla. I

, FOR SALE' ; New and used Will,..
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn

Belle_ Glad. Phone Oct.3058.17.54ch.ACREAGE IMMEDIATE DELIVERY out of stock-any Ford you select,

; equipped the way you want it YOUR PRESENT CAR ,

does not have to be paid for! You can trade now for., ;

When you think of buying

: selling or trading acreage any Ford you want at .w. ;
call me. Let, tae help
yon to plan buy, or'.selL No ;'1'.

obiIgaUod.-Thurmond W. Knight Pahokee Motor Company !

Acreage REALTOR'Box
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K /V, '. emblem of the U. S. Savings Bonds Program. "
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I 'Canal Point First !say unto this mountain Remove f!

:.<...; :hence to yonder place; and it
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,- --.-.. Baptist Church shall remove; and nothing shall ba I'

.,' 1 4 unto Howbeit this
Elder R. E.Barfield I
SUNDAY: kind goeth not out but by prayer J I
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School and fasting." 1
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Correlative passages from "Sci. i
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. ence and Health with Key to the
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy
WEDNDESDAY: will include (p. 1): "The prayer I
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer that reforms the sinner and heals
Service the sick is an absolute faith that all ]
First Methodist I Canal Point The Methodist Church I I 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: things are possible to God, a J
7:30 p. .-Ladies Auxiliary spiritual understanding of Him, an :
:.f< Church, Pahokee Baptist ChurchRev. Canal Point, Florida Meeting.Christian unselfish love." {

r2'. Rev. T. C..O'Steen Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Robert A. Shelley, Pastor .. -. .I I *_ I II
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Jo Ann McKinstryHas
! 9:45 a. m.-church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-church School
;' ; 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning: Worship Group Of Canal Point Birthday PartyIn
It. 6:45 p. m. MYP 6:30 p. .-Training Union. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening' Worship 7:30 p. m.-. Evening Worship I i I The healing power of scientific honor of her 18th birthday, a
TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: prayer will be brought out at party was given for Miss Jo Ann tl
r 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- 7:30 p. m.-Prayer. Meeting. 3:15 p. .-Youth Choir practice I I I Christian Science services Sunday. McKinstry, at the Pahokee \Voman's .
ticeWEDNESDAY TUESDAY: Scriptural readings in the Les- her
Club, Friday evening by
". : Church Of God, 8:00 p. .-Woman's Society son-Sermon entitled "Matter" will mother, Mrs. W. E. McKinstry. Her t
7:45 m.-Mid-week devotion
p. 1st Tuesday2nd include an account of the healing' classmates, the Seniors of Pahokee '
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice ,. 'Barf.ield .HighwayPahokee MONDAY: by Christ Jesus of the lunatic boy,'I High School, and other friends J
( 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting together with his reply to the de-! were invited guests. A color scheme
Fla. WEDNESDAY: sciples who asked him why they. of pink and white was used in the I
J. W. Hughes. Minister 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting could not heal him (Matthew 17): decorations and refreshments.
The Church Of God .. f
Phone 3736 --
"And Jesus said unto them, Be- Dancing and games were enjoyedby
Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal SUNDAY: Mr. and Mrs..Ralph Johnson haveas I cause of your unbelief:' for verilyI those attending. Mrs. Richard
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School their guest, his mother, Mrs. say unto you if ye have faith as Tillis. aunt of the honoree, assistedthe
Point Road 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Murray H. Johnson of Lakeland. a grain of mustard seed, ye shall I hostess.
John H. Kinard pastor 7:30 p. m. -Evangelistic Ser
10:00 School viceTUESDAY ---- ------ --
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11:00 a. .-Preaching Service : / \jy 'i !t ,lr N'If"N'If'f\j" ttt..ty"! fI.flfNtti'! ,jW "Wl\
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. THURSDAY: I
8:00: p. m.,,Thursday-W. M. B. 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ
Everyone welcome. Special mualo Service. !
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o The Pahokee Church Church, Pahokee Phone 511 Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade k Ir I

; Of The NazareneRev. Guthrie W. Colvard..:Minister SALES and SERVICE i-F ,

Sunday School 9:45 a. m.

433. Max Bacom D. Jones Point, Rd.Pastor Training Morning Union Worship-=6:30 11:00 p. m.a. m.i I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances I I"cv."Y..Y'M''WIM'.v..Y

Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 7:30
Evening Worship p. m. .
SUNDAY SERVICES: .s akg&ai I.MI>.v..WICv.\J'' '''
Wednesday Prayer
9:45 a. ny.-Sunday School. J
Service 7:30 p. m.
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship.
A warm welcome to all.
6:30 p. m.-Juniors. -- .
7:00 p. m.Sunaay Evening
Evangelistic Service. St. Peter's Lutheran
Church Belle
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer
"Where you are a stranger but August Koerber, Pastor
once". 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade \
Divine Services 11 A. M. "
Holy Nativity School 9:45 A. M.
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Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar I I ChurchFather ; MjLurr W3' t

SUNDAY: Francis Fennech, Pastor
10 a. m.-Sunday School Sunday Mass -11:30 a. m. IP1 rill ,
11 a. m.-Worship Service'I Confessions before Mass. /,
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': Four MethudistCircles'ln .., jjpoke'on "The Changing Role ofWomen" April Month,For
and The Great Physician. THEATRESPRINCE

Meets Mrs.votional.J. V.Members Thomas, Sr.were gave remindedof the de- Local Cancer Drive"Cancer

the circle project of remembering LAKE DRIVEINPahokee

, ." The circles'of the Woman's Society "shut-ins," especially at Easter Progress Year" will be Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

r' of Christian Service of the time.Mrs. I the banner under which a team of -
L. J. Fraser was
Pahokee First Methodist Church Cir-i I conductthe FEATURES-
met :. the members of the Vena Mae veteran campaigners will 2 MO
cle, Monday evening, after the Lay annual Cancer Crusade SUNDAY MONDAY -TUESDA
.. Mrs. Lee Rustiri of Belle Glade I
men's Revival. Mrs. Jack Spencer, SONDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY MARCH 25-26-27
I throughout the Glades area duringthe
was guest speaker at the meeting
of the Mary Martha Circle in the chairman, presided. It was an-' month of April. 3IABc1I25-26-27 "THE NAKED
. nounced that Mrs. Ernest Maxwell,
home of Mrs. Jess Elliott. She The drive this
county-wide yearis
president, will attend the national EDGE"l
the of the Bible with "PARRISH"
spoke on use.
WSCS meeting at Atlantic City, being directed by Harry :Massey,
children. Mrs. R. B. Simonson COOPER AND
N.,J. in May. Rev. Robert A. Shel West Palm Beach insurance,man,
j chairman presided. She announcedthat
will be the speaker at the gen- TROY DONAHUE, CLAUDETTE DEBORAH KERR
the circle would meet with ley who said his team of volunteers l
eral meeting of the WSCS in April, -0-
Mrs. Lloyd Hundley in April. include many community chairmenwho I COLBERT AND CONNIE
with members of the Vena Mae
Guests were Mrs. Walter Bailey Circle in charge. have previously given their I STEVENS "Fort Dobbs"Ml
and ,Mrs. J. A. Ponder of Belle
time in helping raise funds to fight i I
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Glade Mrs. Emma Wheeler Mrs. cancer through research and public -: 1(11111'.M"M"M'l f
Fred Sanford and Mrs. Bob Fisher. (
' The Margery Lair Circle met at :Banna Rodriquez To L. P. Vann of 947 East 7th Jim Gifford returned to his homein
..I This year, he said, goal of the
, the home of Mrs. M. P. Holman, Wed W. W. GhibtoOf I Crusade is highest in the county's SL, in confined to her home with Canal Point Saturday from 3-
with Mrs. C. A. Major chairman the measles. business trip to Washington, D. C.
history $125,000 reflecting a
Mrs. Holman led the de-
presiding. much interest to local friends I'general boost throughout the nation
votionals. Mrs. Louise Brown 'II
pro- of Miss Banna Rodriquez of West and in keeping with the Crusade 5tfi< ft tfrsoSY 1fri\iry
gram chairman read the poem Palm Beach is the announcement,I I slogan "To Cure More, Give More."I I
"Only the Christ" and introducedMrs.
this week, of her engagement to Heading the Crusade in Belle
R. J. Schroder who the
gave Wilford W. Ghioto, 1065 Carissa Glade Is a Purple Heart veteran of
study, "Jesus the Great Physician. I Cattle Sales
Drive, West Palm Beach, by her the Korean War-Lee L. Cranford, Monday
Members are responsible for placing .
father, Joseph Rodriquez of Luke, manager of the G. A. C. Finance
flowers in the church sanctuary
Corp. The death of his mother, be-

during Members March.of fthe Gertrude Shir- i Md.The, bride-elect is a graduate of cause of cancer, gives him a deep Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market

ley Circle attended the Laymen's : the University of Michigan and the personal interest in the Crusade,, which is owned and operated by more than 120

Revival and then met at the home University of Maryland graduate Cranford said. Florida Cattlemen.
of'Mrs.' D. W. Cunningham for a school. She is a major in the U. S. In addition to Belle Glade, Cran

short business session and refresh Army Reserve, Army Nurse Corps, ford will head up the drive in South You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here _

ments. Mrs. J. W. Vann, chairman. a member of the District Nurse.sAss'n. Bay.At at this Market. We make an effort at all times to givean I'
., Rescue Officer's Ass'n. and Canal Point, another veteran
Plans made for
presided. were service to and seller. Give _
outstanding buyer us
; Crusader will be the
three members to attend the WSCS Sigma Theta Tau nursing honor. directing
district meeting, Tuesday, at Park ary. She is presently employed as drive. She is Mrs. Ruby Tucker a trial.

Temple Church in Ft. Lauderdale.The mental health nurse consultant for I who has previously served as a Cru- ...-t .{ : :.>t-.H----t--x--t
chairman reported that the the Palm Beach County Health. sade-chairman.In .
WSCS visitation week had been Dept. and has been guest speakerfor Pahokee, the Crusade will beheaded '
successful. It was announced that numerous organizations in this by F. S. "Dick" Parrish, p.

the annual membership tea will be area. Glades business man who has serv
held the first week in May. The The bridegroom-elect is the son ed before in the same assignment,
meeting in April will be held at of Mrs. Mary Anne Ghioto of Jack. Massey said most of the com Glades Livestock Market

the church where the mission sonville. He is a graduate of St. munity chairmen are now completing .

study, "The Meaning Suffering" Joseph's Academy, Jacksonville, plans for the Crusade and ASSOCIATION
will be presented.Mrs. and is vice-president of the H. C. are still engaged in recruiting volunteer
Arch Blakey presented the Hare Co. and district representative workers. He asked residentin On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

program at the meeting of the Ma for Southeast Florida. all communities to contact theiilocal Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager

bel Simonson Circle in the home of The date of the wedding has chairmen and to sign up tc

Mrs. Jess Elliott, with Mrs. Emma been set for Jtme 30 at Luke,, Md. help during the drive. iHiSKl SAl Sil I! ..i&Vli&VU\: lIn; IIjllJ, ; I I ,

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