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 30, 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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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i Cancer Fund Drive Bake Sale Planned Saturday Is Poppy Doctors' Day Is Set Evening School At

By Rainbow Girls, For Palm Beach Co.

Will Start April 1A I Day In Everglades -I Belle Glade HighThe
I The date' of the bake sale was Mayor Duncan Padgett of Pa-

set for Saturday, March 31, at the hokee has officially proclaimed
task force of more than 2,000 regular meeting of the Pahokee Memorial poppies which will be I March 30 as Doctors Day. Mrs. Palm Beach County Voca-
volunteers will launch the American Assembly, Order of Rainbow Girls.worn in Canal Point and the Glades! Edward L. Hamilton, (formerly tional School, in cooperation with
v Cancer Society's annual Crusade in the Masonic Hall, Monday even- on Poppy Day, March 31, 1962, Flora Mary Weeks of Pahokee now Pellon Morris, Principal of Belle
1 April 1, seeking a fund rais- ing. Some of the girls will have one have been made by disabled vet< bake Worth, is chairman of Doc- Glade High School, is planning to
: ing goal of $125,000 in Palm Beach table of goodies at the Bank corn erans at the Veterans Administration tors' Day for Palm Beach Co ntv. offer 'evening instruction in the
I County. er and another group will be sell- Hospital, Coral Gables, according Mrs. R. L. Hatton of Pahokc field of Business Education, according -
The April 1 start will be "C-- ing'at the Pahokee Post Office. to the American Legion Auxiliary was in charge of sending out over to Kenneth F. Johnson,
Day" in more than a score of local Miss Amy Young, worthy ad- unit 20, Belle Glade. 200 letters proclaiming Doctor's Director of Vocational Education
communities with the county-wide visor, presided' the meeting and The red crepe paper flowers:, Day to ministers in the county to for the county. 1
campaign being directed by Harry announced that the group will attend which Are Worn as a tribute to the I be read from the pulpits. She was Classes will continue with a new
Massey, West Palm Beach insurance the morning service at the Canal nation's war dead each, year, are assisted by Mrs. Floyd Poteete of term beginning March 28, Wednesday ;I
executive. Point Methodist Church on distributed by volunteer workers Pahokee.A evening at the Belle Glade
"During the campaign," Massey Sunday, April 8, as April 6 is the under the direction of the American red carnation, symbol of Doc High .School in the typing room. If ;f
said, "Crusade volunteers of the anniversary of the founding of the Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Esther tors' Day, will be placed on all sufficient interest is shown, classes II
Palm Beach County Unit of the Rainbow Order. Refreshments were Ringo, Auxiliary Poppy Day Chair- hospital patients' trays with cards may be started in beginning, intermediate \iI t
American Cancer Society will be served by Mr. and Mrs. Homai man, has announced that 1,000 pop- reminding them it is Doctors' Day. and advanced typing. TyP- !I.

calling on friends and neighborswith Barnes. ... I I I pies have been received here th's: Doctors are to be honored by a ing classes will meet two nights a.
a double-barrelled objectiveof year. coffee served at the local hospital. week from 7:30 to 10:00, every I II

saving lives now as well as in Last Rites Held "Making poppies provides gainful -j I' Monday and Wednesday. There is
the future." employment and needed work no tuition.fee; however, there is a
"Every resident" the chairman therapy for thousands of our ser- Funeral Services small registration fee and students

said, "can cooperate in this ven- ,I ForJ.Oaughtry vicemen hospitalized with war- I must furnish their own supplies.
I ture, by heeding the advice in the time injuries. These tiny replias of For Mrs. Elarbee This instruction is part of the 1
I lifesaving education al literature ''I i the wild poppies which lined the School Board's Vocational Educa-
which volunteers will listribute I Funeral services for James Arthur battlefields of Europe during World tion program and is for adults 16 t
and by making generous cont :bu-I I I Daughtry, Indiantown, who: War I have become the emblemfor Funeral services for Mrs. :Mar- years of age or over who are not
,tions." I I died at a local hospital March 22,I personal remembrance of, our querite Moore Elarbee, who died regularly enrolled in high school. I
"Our immediate objecti/e," the I were held Saturday at Dunklin-Memorial servicemen's sacrifices," Mrs. Rin unexpectly Saturday night, were The classes 'are tentative to a minimum -
chairman continued, "is to try and Baptist Church at Indian-' go said. I held Monday morning the Paho- enrollment of twenty pel'I I''
save half .of the estimated 260,000 town where he was a member. Rev. This year more than twenty-five kee First: Methodist Church where sons. I
men and women who will get can- Donald Evans, pastor, officiated. million (25,000,000) of the color- she was ,a member. Rev. T. C. f Those 'interested in this instruc- 1
cer- this year. The long range objective Graveside services at..Port Mayaca ful paper'fiowers have been made O'Steen and Rev. Robert Shelley tion are requested to attend the ,. 'I
is to save the other 50 per- I Cemetery'were conducted by for he Auxiliary by hospitalised conducted the services. Her favo- class at Belle Glade High School
cent but hope for them rests with, chobee Masonic Lodge Okee-I veterans of both World Wars and rite scripture the 23rd Psalm and I 7:30 Wednesday evening March 28;
scientists who are searching for held charter membership.Mr. the Korean Conflict. Mrs. Ringo her favorite hymn, "What a Friend I: or phone Mrs. Duxbury, 6-5689 before
breakthroughs that will cure all I Daughtry was born at Bas- I explained that making the poppieshas We Have in Jesus" were used in 5:000 p. m., April 2, 1962.
types of cancer or perhaps prevent singer in May, 1886, and had lived provided beneficial employment the service. I Advanced typing is an intensive
them." in Indiantown for the past 18 yeal'3'1 I for these veterans during the Born at Statesboro, Ga. on May' course for all typist who wish to
To meet the objectives means Survivors include his winter and spring months. All do- 24, 1881, she came to this area upgrade their skill in practical of-
more money for public education to. nie Daughtry, Indiantown; two I nations received'will be ga directly about 35 years ago. She was pro- fice typing The-'course; features:
keep people informed .on the diseases sons, Leroy, Jacksonville and Shir- to either veterans or members of ceeded in death by her husband, speed and accuracy; production
and the kinds of preventative -. ley, Wauchula; two daughters, Mrs. their families. I Dr. G .W. Elarbee .and her only speedup; proofreading skill; letter,
action that be taken Charlotte Walston, Pahokee and .
can and r
son, Dr. Harry M. Elarbee. stencil and master unit mechanics:
more money for cancer research. I: Mrs. Catherine Veal, Canal Point;
Survivors include' business
: a grandson, f spelling; business pun
Keynote of the Crusade four half-brothers, Smiley Scar- Dallas Peaden 90
Massey I Harry Brooks Elarbee and a great- tuation; technical stylepoints and
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said, is "to cure more--give more." borough, Sebring; Elbert Scarborough grandson, Harry Kirk Elarbee: I station utilization.
Funds raised during the Crusadeare I I Wauchula; Willie and Jay Passed Away Sun. three nephews, Lynn Elarbee an11 I .. .
divided between local, state I Scarborough, Zolfo Springs; two I II Vernon Elarbee of Tampa and I
and national organizations for care II I I I sisters, Mrs. Mae Lockler, Bowling Frank Moore bf South Carolina; Youth Base Ball
of patients and further research. I I Green, and Mrs. Annie Lee Marsh, .
Funeral services for Dallas Peaden three nieces, Mrs. Phara Morris,
Zolfo Springs. 90, who died Sunday evening at Pahokee, Mrs. Dorothy Wierh; Mon..
I I Active NightInterested
pallbearers C. M.
I were a local hospital after an ,extended I Tampa and Mrs. Mary Davis, Dal- .
Fletcher, Frank Baker Powell
Glades Drive Plan I illness, were held at Pyron Chapel las, Texas.
Guy, Steven Huddle Jack Williamson -
Church, near Baker, Thursday Active pallbearers were Olaf base ball fans will)
and Claude
Parsons. afternoon.Mr. Boe, Wiley Tillis, Joe Kahn, Mit-
For Cancer Funds .- meet Monday night in the Pahokee
Peaden, a retired farmer, chell Kirk, Paul Rardin and R. S. '
high school to organizE'' Little
Pahokee Methodist was born near Milligan on March Douthit. Honorary pallbearers were "gym'
Dick 1, 1872. He came to Pahokee 20 the Doctors W. C. Young, E. :J.I League :for the coming season.
F. S. .( ; ) Parrish, local chair-
years ago from Baker. Graham, E. C. Johnson, W. T. Gist,I Folks in the Canal Point and Paho
man, of the Cancer Fund Crusade
Official Board Survivors include one son, PerryD. L. W. Armstrong, and F. ,H. Po kee area are urged to be presentfor
;t: i has announced that ,Mrs. R F.I Peaden, Sr., Pahokee; four teete; ,also O. B. McClure H. J'j the important organizational.

I Hurt, Woman's Club member, Vrtll daughters, Mrs. Lera Rushing, Mrs. Anderson and I. M. Lair John Bol- gathering. "
be in charge of the house-to-house I Four new members, Reginald! G. Eva.. Waddell and Mrs.. Inez Jones ton and R. P. Fletcher. Officers will be elected Monday
collections. The Rotary Club will I Whiteside, Joshua Seaver, Ralph all of Pahokee, and Mrs.: Eula Cox, Burial was at Groveland, Ga.. night and you shbuld be there if
have a four-man team to solicit the I Johnson and Mrs. C. M. Todd were Pompano Beach; 34 grandchildren, Tuesday afternoon. you have a youngster' interested in
business establishments and J. S. : elected to the Official Board at the 45 great grandchildren and six -- Little League. The group will be
Barwick will be in charge of con- I fourth quarterly conferenca held great grandchildren.Burial -peraierfas the "Youth Base Ball
tacting the packinghouses and at the Pahokee First Methodist was at Pyron Chapel Cem- Two4-HClubbers Association of'Pahokee," it was an-'
brokers. The Crusade will start the Church, Sunday night. etery. Wetherington Funeral Home nounced:
week after Easter, and the cooperation *, Those on the nominating com- Pahokee, was in charge of local The playing field at Pahokee
of the public is urgently re- 'mittee who presented a full slate of I arrangements. Awarded Winners4H city park on Bacom Point road has
quested. officers, including the "2 st3warda .. been put in first class condition and
and trustees who had served previously an outfield. fence erected. On the
were Dr. R. C. Lane, Mrs. New Officers Mon. members, Miss Janette Harrington outfield fence there are 434x8
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Bids Are Coming Up R.' J. Schroder, Mrs.. J. L. Reeves and Teddy McCall were I plywood spaces made available to
and R. B. Simonson with the pastor winners for Palm Beach County advertisers who wish to place a
Rev. T. C O'Steen serving as Local PTA To NameThe when they attended the District 10 I, message before the patrons. .
Glades Office Bid.The chairman. meeting at Camp Cloverleaf near Folks interested in the oaS ball
Dr. Henry W. Blackburn, Super- Lake Placid for three days last set-up for the coming season said
intendent of the West Palm Beach Canal Point PTA will meet week. Janette received superior that a price will be decided upon Dt
county commission this week District of Methodist Churches, Monday at 8:00: p. m._ in the school rating in the girl's senior division the Monday night meeting for the
voted to call a special meeting on gave the sermon at the evening cafeteria. The election of officersfor and Teddy won second place in the ad spaces. They will be sold on a
; Monday, April 2. The board will church service and presided at the 196263vill be held. Those en junior division. Teddy was a mem- first some, first served basis.
convene at 10:30 at the court house. conference. N the nominating committee are ber of the parliamentary proc ed-' -- -
Purpose of the called meeting is ,- .- :James Threkeld, Mrs. Joe Cherryand ure team for Palm Beach County Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Apelgren
to receive bids construction of Rev. C. D. Stewart left Mondayfor Mrs. Joe Kent Carr. Miss Jane .where the winners from five counties attended the Design Derby at the
a 'second story on the Glades Off- a visit with his sister and fam- Plumer of the Palm Beach County i were competing. His team won Hialeah Race Course, Sunday,
flee Building and bids for improve ily in Sylvester Georgia. Rev. Health Department will be the first place and each member revived which was sponsored by the De-
ment of Haverhill Road near West Stewart's brother-in-law is seriously speaker and Mrs. W. E.. Mc'aII. a certificate for outstanding signers and Decorators. of South
Palm Beach. \ ill. president, will preside. achievement. Florida.


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I Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday. March_ 30. 1952
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I Bill Weathers Is Quarterly Meeting I Lions Will Hear

By Methodist SundayDr. Boys' School'Head'

New Exalted Ruler
W. H. Blackburn. Supt. of Members of the Lions Club held
la the West Palm Beach District..delivered their weekly luncheon meeting.

At the annual election of officers the message at the morning Tuesday in the Pahokee Woman's
held by the Elks Lodge In Pahokee hour at the Canal Point Methodist Club building with the president. '

, Bill Weathers was chosen as Exalted Church Sunday. After the services Brooks Henderson presiding. The

Ruler and will be installed in a fellowship dinner was. enjoyed at program was previously cancelled \

office next Thursday night April the Community Building. The so that an important meeting of

I 5, along with all the other officers members then returned to the I I the Corporation could be held to .
who were elected. church for their quarterly confer transact business involving the

, Other officers named in the election I ence. building fund.
are: Al Lavender, Leading I This was the last time Dr. Black Next Tuesday Manning Keen

The Rardin Building1. In Canal_ Point, FloridaTHE Knight; Bobbie Shackford, Loyal i burn will preside as superintendent. will present Manager Suit of the
Knight; Milton Salvatore Lecturing -I He_ will enter an active pasto' Okeechobee School for Boys who
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OFfH.E Knight; Perry Duke secretary; rate again soon. will speak on the youth work that

Gordon Hillier. treasurer; Ernest -_. the school is doing.

EVERGLADES NEWSServing Lindrose Sr., tiler Harold Wilkinson -I' Mrs. I I I r ..
Harry Elarbee was able to
trustee for 'five' years; alternate -
.the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region Without. return to her home Friday night E. Mcllwain is a patient at
to the Grand
I after being a patient at the Ever- the Good Samaritan Hospital In .
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Tears Lodge Bill Plumer.
glades Memorial Hospital in Paho- West Palm Beach where he under I I f
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday Exalted Ruler Weathers has announced kee. went surgery Wednesday.

Subscription Price; $2.00 Year In Advance his appointments as fol
lows: Chaplain Henry Epstein; Inner -
I The Everglades News Is Entered: at the Post Office I Guard Buddie Guthrie; Organist -

'In CanaT Point, Floridaas;: Second Class Matter Robert O. Lampi. I ONE 2-BEDROOM CBS HOUSE ;
April 5th 1962 has been set as
Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher
the date for the installation of the FOR SALE IN PAHOKEE

M : new officers and District Deputy

Here Is What Transpired At Monday's I Dooley will be in charge of the in AND SODDED

Meeting Of The ,Palm Beach stallation.The dance. committee has made Lot 65 x 135 On Cypress Ave. in Pahokee

County Commission II Ball arrangements to be held for on April the Inaugural 7th from ;| WILEY TILLIS

9:30 p. m. till 1:30 a. m., with Joe j
Building Contractor
ww.N Bonnie and his orchestra furnish- I II

Efforts by Commissioner E. F. the Martin County board. ing the music. Admission will be]I Box 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127
Van Kessel to bringadditional Commissioner Van Kessel said 5.00 per couple.

tourist travel to Palm, Beach Coun- county commissions along the On April 17th starting at 6:30p.

ty won support of the county com route have given their support to m. the Lodge is having a barbe- ,
mission,Monday. the proposal and will forward res- cue dinner. This dinner is or en to
The plan explained by Van olutions to the State Road Depart- the public. The price of the dinner
Kessel Would tie the I Florida east,ment. will be $1.50 a plate. Afte* the dinner -

and west coast by the extension of I I I At the present time he said and commencing at 8:30 p. m, NOWTRAILWAYS
U. S. Highway 301 from ,Sarasota i northern visitors use highway 301 there will be an Elk's Song Night

to State Road AlA at Jupiter.The I I to Sarasota and then follow an- featuring the Sun Tones Quartet

commission adopted a resolution -I other route south to the Tamiami the Palm Beach Chorus and the

to the State' Road Department Trail which terminates in :Miami.: I Mix Masters. Admission to this I

asking for extension of U. S. Extending Route 301 to Palm will be $2.00 per person. The pro

301 by designating the route 'over Beach County is expected give a I ceeds from the Barbecue and Song gets to I II
State Roads 70, 72 and-710.-A sim- considerable boost to tourist travel Night will go for the improvement I

ilar resolution has been adopted byDemonstration.Club 1 reaching this area. of the Lodge facilities. I I
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,Mrs. Jess Eliott Eastern Star In fast

I Meets ThursdayThe Regular 'Meeting BOSTON

'Garden Club Pres.Mrs. A short meeting was held Thursday NEW YORK:
Home Demonstration Club by Pahokee < Chapter 184, r ., ,1
for the Canal Point-Pahokee area Order of Eastern Star in the Ma- I
will hold the regular meeting next Jess Elliott was elected sonic Hall with Mrs. Florrie Nix. BALTIMORE '

Thursday morning.at'9:30.a. m. in I president of the Pahokee Garden worthy matron and Homer Barnes, I j I WASHINGTON
the Canal Point Community Hall. Club for 1962-63 at the luncheon worthy patron presiding. Refreshments -I II I

Mrs. Roland Kahle president will meeting held at the home of Mrs. were served by Mrs. Dorothea -II I 1:11t RICHMOND

present a program on clothing accessories H. M..McIntosh Tuesday with Mrs. Denton and Mrs. Ruth Car I :;

that can, be made at Frank Friend president presiding. penter. I 1 '
home. Mrs. R. L. Gray and Mrs- Other officers elected were Mrs. D. II _

George Gann will be hostesses. M. Hillier vice-president and pro- REGULAR WSCS MEETING I I
gram chairman; Mrs. C. M. Todd The regular monthly meeting of fVF? ak FAYETTEVILLE I

Mrs. Lester Duncan spent' Thursday recording secretary; Mrs. C. A. the Canal Point Methodist W. S. !

and Friday- at her home in Kolstad corresponding secretary C. S. will meet Tuesday night,

Canal Point on her way to Naples and Mrs. O.,R. Bleech, treasurer. April 3, at 8:00: p. is. at the homeof
enroute from a visit with'her mother Mossing off of plants was dem- Mrs. H. H. Sears. Mrs. C. L. .

Mrs. S. H. Thornton,.in Jackson: onstrated by Mrs. McIntosh with Stuart will have charge of the program '
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Georgia. I members participating. Mrs. Ruth ?

I I Meredith gave instruction in prun.-I A.a. : 1
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: Mrs. D. M. Hillier will be the DIVIDENDS I tI,2
liEIFTEETV'll'ILJUb1CIAY the State .. .. .. ...... I
I CIRCUIT OF FIvOlUDA,:to delegate of the Club to h .f. .i.(1 s.r. +v..uLvvr
I Jacksonville leaving Sunday.Mrs. PELICAN LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE
In Chancery No. 62-C-G52E Leo Maxwell and Mrs. Ruth DISTRICT
Meredith will to Miami University Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto
BURNETT. jfeLV': go I call of the Board of Supervisors of 1
'Plaintiff ': on April 16 for a three day Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District the .I
course'in landscape designing.: I annual meeting of landowners of
-vs- : Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District for
BERNICE'BURNETT : .It was announced that ths next the year 1962. mill be held,at-the.officeof ,
; meeting will beheld, April 17,. at said District in the Rardin Building Ride our new thru-liners, :
Defendant : at Canal Point.; Palm Beach County .
NOTICE"OF-'SUIT. the:Community Hall.in Cara: Point Florida on Monday. April 9, 1962., at I ..
I .1:30 o'clock P. M., for the P\1lP06es'ot:
TO: BERNICE BURNETTco >, Ca-alPoirit Electing one.Supervisor.fot:.a.-term .1 over our "
'Fl of three yean I
yd The out-of-town speaker will be\ 2. Receiving' annual reports and ,NEW East Florida 'route! i
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Headland, AlabamaYouare ; 'William Swanson of 'Lake taking such action with respect ,
thereto the landowners
Worth who will demonstrate flower determine'and3.Transacung 0
Leonard Burnett .Jr. Ja.t f I such other businessas
BiHiOf Complaint agfes yatfot arranging. may come before the meeting. NEW THRU-FAST> SERVICE
Those assisting Mrs. McIntosh BOARD OP' SUPERVISORS
divorce and you ,art requjgegvtoaerve OF PELICAN LAKE 8UB- I
with the luncheon were Mrs. O.'a .
Canal Point to
: One-Way
of answer.tQ-the
a copy your Bleech "Mrs. Mattie Chastain and BY:'P.E.: Conkllng '
complaint on the plaintiffs Mrs. H. J. Anderson. President NEW YORK -$36*90. 1 '
torney'Thadd' Whidden;, PoO< At"'j Publish: March 23. 30. 1962. The only Thru serviceWASHINGTON ,

705:'Pahokee, Florida;*.afditua'the 1 1orlginal"answer'in NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETINGOF $33.20 1
the"officb of the Monk Jackson Hurt LANDOWNERS OF' Thru
: i ; The only serviceJACKSONVILLE > r
Clerk of:the'Circuit;Courtiof'Palto" :In Mississippi Wreck Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto ,' ',: $, 7.70 'i(
Beach County. Florida,on or before call of the Board of ,Supervisors of 4 Thru trips dally .
East Shore Drainage District the
the 16 day of April,' ;-ltyou'fail Monk Jackson Canal Point truck annual meeting of landowners of MIAMI ; [ I
I 0 $3.07
East Shore Drainage District for : I
to by default J will
judgment in
driver injured a
was seriously r
the year 1962. will be held at the officeof 4 Trips-faster: service (plus'taz) ,
betaken against you"''for the relief truck wreck last Thursday in'Meridian said District In the Rardin Building
demanded 'in the complaint, Miss., when. his truck and I at Canal Point. Palm Beach County.
I Florida on Monday. April 9. ,1962..at
DATED'this 15'day IMarch, another truck smashed together. 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon for the CANAL POINT SPORT SHOPM. I
1962. The driver of'the other vehicle was purposes of: .
1. Electing one Supervisor for a termof
J. ALEX ARNETTE killed. three years
Clerk of Circuit Court Mr. Jackson came out of the 2. Receiving annual reports and
taking ,such action with respect
(Circuit Court Seal) wreck with several cracked ribs a thereto as the landowners may takeTIIAILWAYSe'
By Thaddie P.'Plant broken ankle and minor bruises determine; and
3.Tnmsctlng such other business
Deputy Clerk" and cuts. He has been in a hospital as may come before the meeting. '
Pub. Mar. 16, 23, 30 & 'April,=1962. there since the accident but relat- BOARD OF SUPERVISORS .
Thadd Whidden tives here hope that he will'b 2 able AGE DISTRICT
I Attorney for Plaintiff to come to his home in Canal Point. BY: P. E:Conklmg. easiest travel, ,on- earth '

Pahokee Florida this wekend. Publish: March President 23. 30. 1962. : ;

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Friday! March 30, 19G2 The Everglades News, Canal .Point, Florida Page Three

',I'' Canals Will Receive FANCY FRAME Training UnionConventions I'I' Seniors To Present

( Chemicals To Kill '":""+ Annual Play AgainSeniors

Garfish, Mudfish Y;: "I (f'2 I Are of Pahokee High School

,'I ---- !' 1 presented their annual play for the

WEST PALM BEACH-A portion Planned In AprilRegional first time in the school auditoriumlast

of the North New River Canal I night and will present it again

I and the Miami Canal in Broward tonight at 8:00: o'clock. "Cupid in
Training Union -
Pigtails" is the title of the delightful -
4 County, will be chemically treated
Conventions will be heldthroughout II
bit of entertainment.
April 2nd to improve sport fishing I
the state during the -
according to James P. Clugston
." weeks of 9-13 and April I I
.. Fisheries Biologist, Everglades April William M. Harvey
II Region Game and Fresh Water 23-27, according to C. J. Smyly.

Fish Commission. Training Union Secretary for the

Barring unforeseen weather con- ,,: Florida Baptist Convention.Host Seeks School JobWilliam .

I ditions, the water will be treated >' .. ,,, \: churches will be First Bap-
with rotenone (a "fishsuffocating" tist Church, Orlando April 9; First

chemical) ,to remove an estimated Baptist Church, Winter Haven M. Harvey. Lake Worth

30 to 40 thousand pounds of April 10; First Baptist Church attorney, has filed as a candidatefor

undesirable fish-garfish, mudfish Arcadia, April 12; First Baptist the Board of Public Instructionin
Church, Hialeah, April 13; Browns .
and similar species.
w District 3, 'subject to the CountyWide -
The water area -will, be* later ville Baptist Church Pensacola,

1 "planted" with fingerlings of the April 23; First Baptist Church, 8, 1962.Democratic Primary on

) more;desirable game fish species of Chipley, April 24; First Baptist May
w Yy In stating the reasons for his decision -
interest to South Florida "fIsher- Church, Madison April 26; and Harvey
to seek the office
men. First Baptist Church, Gainesville, '
stated; ."Th.e Board of Public Instruction -
j "Thousands of acres of the surrounding April: .27.Special.
is the most important
marshlands"have dried up conferences will be held
J agency in Palm Beach County. It
as the result of current drought on the Church Library and Church
operates under the largest budgetin
I conditions"", Clugston stated. "This aodf Administration and age group conferences
the County, and needless to say,
has forced concentrations of fish_ are planned for both after
itspends: the largest part of every
into the canal ideal noon and evening sessions.
" area creating
tax..dollar paid in by the property
II conditions for a maximum elimination Of special interest during the
I I owners in Palm Beach County. The
of undesirable fish." afternoon session will be theSpeaker's
J Board determines when and where
The public is invited to,witness Tournament for young schools ,
are to be constructed and
I I' the operation, which will begin at I people from .17 to 24 years ofage, to a large extent, the curriculm for
) 7:00 a. m. Monday April '2, atwater and Scripture searching drill or 1 '
f our,childrenv,: .As a taxpayer I am
r "Sword Drill" for people 13
structure S-9, located approximately young
' I vitally interested in how our taxI
of to 16 of Participants '
10 miles south years age. I dollars are being spent. As the !

Andytown, until about 10:00.a. m. father of two small of
; sons one
The operation will, thenmove to the .CYPRESS GARDENS, FLA.-The frame is not the same when I Baptist I i j I' whom will enter the first grade in

canal south of the Interior'Levee Gail r Gore gets into the picture! Gail is an aquamaid and model j.September I am even more inte-

of Conservation Area 2, adjacentto it Florida Cypress Gardens where she holds numerous beauty 1 each region tournament will repre, rested and concerned. A school

I U. S. Highway 27. All fish taken queen titles. No wonder they call it the "Land of Beauty Queens." sent that region in the annual state I board member is entrusted by tho
will be weighed and measured in tournament held at Stetson Uni-
of Palm Beach
people County with ,
I selected so as to determine l versity in June. The state winner
areas Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gamble ware I'I Mr. and: Mrs. J. D. Latham and will represent Florida in the nationwide -I a grave responsibility and only by J
biological data it was stated. '
I full and faithful attention to his
j ofI
the weekend guests of Mr. and Hunter were the Sunday guests tournament held this
Mrs. James Latham in Cocoa. I Mr* and Mrs. Audie Hooks and at North Car-I' duties can a member keep abreastof
Mr. and Mrs. ],1. J. Sapp and I summer Ridgecrest
.. family in Clewiston. our exploding school population I
Mrs Arnold and children)
: Hughes and"the. problems connected there-
visited Mrs. Marie Sapp and pther Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ludlam spent Out of state program personnel
with. am qualified by experience,
relatives at Arcadia, Sunday. They the weekend in Orlando on bus- Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Cruthird hadas includes Herman Jacobs Keitn
for the position I seek and I pledge I
also visited Mrs. Barbara Ann ness. They also visited their son a recent guest his brother-in- Mee Elvin Reeves all of Nashville I my untiring effort and ability to

Roberson, who is seriously ill in the Wayne, at Florida Military School law R. E. Wirwahn of Birmingham Tennessee and Miss Clara Mc- push Palm Beach County's school I!

Arcadia Hospital. in DeLand. Ala.Rctoe Cartt Louisville Kentucky. !
system to the lead in the education !
Others appearing the
on programare .
of our children. I
-- -- LaVern Plett, C. J. F.
Born in Lake Worth on August 1
Warren E. L. Miss E
Mixon 20, 1928 Harvey is a graduate of E I
Elizabeth Painter, Mrs. Roy Brewer -' Lake Worth High School, Palm :
and Mrs. Orrin Stites of Jack1 1I
Beach Junior College and the University
I sonville. Mrs. Lee Gaban'.and Mrs., of Miami School of Law i
of Promise I Oscar Frink of Fort Pierce Mrs. where he received his LL.B., cum

a Guy Stoner Tampa Mrs., J. Lynn I laude in '1953. Following gradua-

Kennedy Ocala, Mrs. William Dun-: tion from Lake Worth High School. j

agan, Starke and Mrs. W. E. Jackson he entered. the United States Army

I Pensacola. where he served in the llth Air-
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.I borne Division. ,
I -''::- ".', '. /.' ".' ;. Cub Pack AwardsTo Holding membership in the FlorIda -
'i .1t'1 ...-' Bar Association Palm Beach

i ... '. .. County Bar Association and American -

,'. ... -, o.. PahokeeBoys Bar Association ,he is a member -
.. I of the Law firm of Jacob Har-
J ., ...:, .' vey,and Waddell in Lake Worth.
Woodie Salvatore and Doug Active in civic work, Harvey

C Woofter received bear badges at I presently is a Director and Vice

the monthly meeting of Pahokee President of the Lake Worth

1 Cub Pack 623 Tuesday, at the I Chamber of Commerce Directoi-

toy I First Methodist Church recreationhall and member of the Executive Committee -

with Cubmaster Bill Moss in of the Palm Beach County

x w charge. Chapter of American Red Cross
4 as R. '+byf"F I
1 ; Eagle Scout Billy Boe gave the and.;..member and past President of

opening prayer and the Cubs of Lake Worth Jaycees.

::1 Den IV conducted the flag cere- Married' to the former Ann Hoffman

.' mony. The denners led the Pack in of Lake Worth, Harvey has

Sure, sKe's a grand old flag! '.. : : t :' .' the song "Hurrah for the .Cu 3 two children, William Bryant, age

{ That's why we salute,her.That's m' Scouts." six and John, Merrill, age four, and
The Webelos and. each ,of the besides with his family at 2014
why we pledge allegiance to her.
."i?'- *" I other dens presented, skits relative Lake Osborne Boulevard, ,Lake

'Tlitpledge> ; in its simplest terms; 1'r ..: I"to the monthly them, '"Islands of Worth. The-', Harvey: .family arc

Is another way of sayjngCouni, ; 1E.8j- Fa i theJWorid.-' : ,' members.pt4he.First Baptist. .. ,Chiirph .. -..,
In. You're toy country and I love;ySuf ''- t The nextmeeing of the den moth- :: of'Lak'e( Worth.: : '

.; and need you. Your problems are ? Jy.theme. "Islands of the World.-. I .. .

xny problems, and I'm"with you L f xY' The attendance flag was giVen,to I, BACK TO COLORADO' SPRINGS

all the way." Den I, the honor plaque was awarded Lan. Mrs. Bill Carey and son,

Your country's biggest single to Den IV and the conduct ban' Jeff,'left- Tuesday for a visit with

.problem is the perpetual responsibilityfor ner went to the Webelos. their grandmother in Tampa and

keeping the peace its people .r' During April each Cub will makea then to Marianna for a visit with!

t want. You can help with this pinewood derby car. The winner Mr. and 'Mrs.. Bill Carey Sr. Later

I t problem by remembering this: from each Denwill compete in a they will return to Colorado

i race at the next Pack meeting. Springs, Colorado, where Lt. Careyis
Peace costs ,for
-; money. Money Cubs of the Webelos Den will make stationed. The Careys have-been
military industrial strength.x.
: and rocket ships and race them. the"guests of their parents Mr. and
Money for science and education.
The next meeting of the den Mrs L, M. Collins, of Pahokee for
I And money saved by individualsby mothers will be Tuesday, April 17 the past week.Benefit .
to help keep the
you economy at 4:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs.I
ftrong. Bonds orovide this :
money. Bill'Moss. And the next Pack meet- Supper'.By
dread Prltt WbDer-NaU..1 Ncwipcoer Bnapthot Centalby
'. Mesas H.)(U]_. & ing will be held April 24 at 7:30p.
Church Of God Folks
m. at the First Methodist Chur-

: Help Strengthen America's. Peace Power
ch.The Cub Scouts and the leaders Members of, the Church of God

sang "Goodnight Cub Scouts" to Barfield_ Highway, will serve a

II Bonds close the meeting.Mr. benefit fried-chicken, dinner Friday
S. -
Buy Savings .. L- evening, March 30 (today), at the

and Mrs. H. J. Anderson had Pahokee Woman's Club. The dinner

.' as their guests, Tuesday, her wilt'' be served from 5:00' to 9:00 p

,_ NOW PAYING 3%% INTEREST grandson Airman 3-c Joseph Kist m. and'the-price per-plate -Will be
his friend Felix Burgon. ,1.00. Anyone wishing'**ton ha v?
and ,
f 'Tiw UA 00Nmm don sot pay tar this.diwtssing.The Tfeo.ury D,,,.,,,...,taa+ k. .ner from the Homestead Air Force I plate deliveredrlhoWd call-Mrs. J.
'.' Jir thtir patriotic donation.T.\*Advert i.uet Cn*nritm 4 *
R. Miller Jr. at 7524. ,
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Page,Four The Everglades News Canal Point; Florida Friday, March 30, 1952

m"I I PERSONAL N.EWS:11:nilfES f J'Jj JjMrs. 'Airport Owner's Noise LiabilityNoise -- Is- -- ( h4' I II I

, Donna Mae Shields of Wau- Mrs. W. A. Humphries 116. Cypress of two different types .

chula is the house guest of her Ave., has been a patient in riimrr
posed new for the county ,, ,
sister Mrs. E. F. McIlwain on Everglades Memorial Hospital this I, commission this week.
Bacom Point Road. week.
I In one area the commission

Dr. Sasser Watson of Delray Mrs. Olive Chancellor who recently learned that a U. S. Supreme Court \

Beach was the guest of his parents I suffered a heart attack, is I decision has ruled that operators of \,

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Watson last recuperating at the home of her I airports are liable for damage caus- ,
weekend. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and ed by the noise of take-offs and

Mrs. C. R. Wetherington. The landings. County Attorney Harry
Airman 2-c Henry B. (Benny) Wetheringtons had as guests last Johnston was authorized to attend .I r?

Baxter is spending a 10-day leave Sunday his mother Mrs. C. R. I a meeting at Washington D. C. la

here with his mother Mrs. Vivian Wetherington, Sr., and Mrs. Edwin help draft legislation to offset the

:McKinstry other,relatives. Airman Danelly both of Ft. Lauderdale.Mr. opinion of the court.In .

.. Baxter is stationed at Shaw another matter, the commis-
AFB at Sumter S. C. and Mrs. Richard Tillis and sion received letters from the com-

{ family and Granny Tlllis were munities of Cloud Lake and Glen
Guy W. Sharon moved back to overnight guests recently with relatives -'Ridge complaining about the noise 300 KINDS OF TREES. .

( Pahokee last week from Miami in Wauchula.Mrs. made by boatmen using a new GROW IN FLORIDA'S FAVORABLE CUMATE THE UTILITARIAN
where he has lived for several
j months.Lt. Don Adams and daughterof ramp recently completed near the PINE AND OTHER FOREST PRODUCTS ADD $500.000,000 ANNUALLY
Arlington. Virginia, have arriv- two communities. TO THE STATE'S ECONOMY THE THRIVING CITRUS

Lt. and Mrs. Dugger of Miami ed for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Commission Chairman Lake Ly- INDUSTRY EVEN MORE. t

'I were the weekend guests of Mr. F. M. Wilson. tal said the ramp opens up 30 milesof
waterway for boating enthusiasts -
and Mrs. F. W. Cross. Lt. Duggerwas
I J Linda Hand and. Mr. and Mrs. and an effort will be made by Florida's Wealth.
stationed here with the Florida Her of West Palm Beach were Sun- the board to try and keep the noise

Highway Patrol several years I day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester down. COMES FROM BELOW AS WELL
.. ..
agp. Hand of Pahokee. 4I AS ABOVE GROUND. MANY
Mrs. R. E. Chard of Ft. Myers is Lewis Collins 'returned to St.- Jax Coliseum Scene STATE,MOST IMPORTANT .,

the house guest of her soninlawand Petersburg after being the guest Of Drama May 1-17 BEING PHOSPHATE, MAJOR
for several days of Mr. and Mrs. L.
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Bill SOURCE OF PHOSPHORUS, k
M. Collins of Pahokee.

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins of largest stages over constructed in PLANTS. y "

Pelican Lake were the guests of Florida will serve as the focal point
Mr. Atkins' parents in Avon Park I
for an elaborate drama, "Next Dayin
Sunday. the Morning", which will run in I I u"u

Miss Jeanine Mock has returnedto the Jacksonville Coliseum May wwvwwuwww u

her home in Gainesville after 117.Written Veterans this should write to the VA
I I purpose I
being called home due to the deathof by Kermit Hunter of Guarding insurance office which serves his
r t. her grandfather J. E. Cochran.E. Hollins College, Va., "Next Day in GI Life Insurance
policy making sure to include his
i I the Morning" will run for two ,
.li F. Mcllwain is a surgical I insurance number. I
i patient weeks before an estimated crowdof I ..
i I I :More than a million veterans who -rte --
;.: ,at Good Samaritan Hospital, 100,000. Hunter is the author of
this week. "Unto These Hills," which has hold GI life insurance policies are I I. BIRTHS

I to two million I their annual divi- I
Some of the young people who played over people using regular -
drove to Homestead to visit, Diane ,: in 12 years Williamsburg, Va. j I dends to guard against loss of their Mr. and Mrs. Lee Granims announce -

VlA1Q\ Graham, their former classmate on Jacksonville's Ribault Quadri-. insurance, the Veterans Administration -I, the birth of a 7 lb., lOoz.

her birthday, were Jimmy Vande- centennial Celebration commemo J said today. son, William Anthony, born March

-wam 'em grift Alice Joy Wilson and Heather rates the landing of Frenchman I The VA recently announced that I 122[ at Everglades Memorial Hos-
Reed. Jean Ribault at the mouth of the more than $6,090,900 in dividends pital. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Easterly

give gem room St. Johns River, May 1, 1562. "Next would be paid during 1962 to over I II are the paternal grandparents and .
wwwraaa. iMiss: Alice Joyce Spencer who .is Day in the Morning" will be the 119,868 Florida veterans and servicemen ,, P. A. Slonaker is the maternal
.**!.M** 8..77 ..VM.lfc. employed by a trust company in I first performance of the celebra- who hold participating GI ]I:| grandfather.

Orlando, spent the weekend with tion which will continue for three insurance. {I ...
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her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack years, culminating in 1964. If, they wish,_ GI policyhpldera I! APPROX. ONE. OF EVERY FOUR ., ,
Classified Ads" Spencer.Mrs. Over 200 actors, actresses, dan-I may have these annual dividends I II
Paul Tillery was the weekend cers and singers will participate in j held with interest by the I I
the vivid drama during its run in J,agency as a credit to meet monthly -Il
guest of Mrs. W. H. Rogersin I
the $3 million air-conditioned premiums should the policyholders -
COTTAGES AND ROOMS for rent Fort Myers.
Jacksonville Coliseum. fail to pay them before the end
in Canal Point. See Dr. Boswellat
Lynn and Vernon Elarbee of of the 31-day grace period.
Paradise Camp in Canal Point.
Phone 9721. Tampa attended the funeral services Records Fall As These dividends are subject to 71IEMWiTHIi1
of their aunt, Mrs. Marguerite withdrawal by the policyholder on

STRAWBERRIES FOR SALE. To I Moore Elarbee here Monday. ,I Tourists Continue request. '
order. Call A policyholder who wishes to
Pahokee 7819.4tc Richard ,Keen, student at Howey TALLAHASSEE-The influx of join those veterans who leave their SMIJ.F-

FOR RENT! Rooms. Lucky Star Academy, visited his parents, :Mr. visitors to Florida during 15)61! dividends on deposit with VA for GOVERNORS FLORIDA TOURISM
and Mrs. M. I. Keen, last weekend.His. I i I STEERING COMMITTEE
broke the 12
Dude Ranch, Phone 9480. :M30p million mark as the
.. father took him back to the
Sunshine State I
enjoyed the greatest -
SUGAR BOOM is to hit. If J
sure Academy on Sunday.Mrs. of its
year tourism history.
you,have a spare room or two for iiia
Zelda Ballantine and daughter Florida drew two million more 100 YEARS
rent why not place an ad in this ago'The
column and watch results. A phone Joan of West Palm Beach visitors in 1961 than in 1960 for a I
visited Mr. and :Mrs. R. D. Dur- total of 12,800,000.ChairmanDirector.
call and $1.00 will get the Job done. Wendell Jar-
rance over the weekend. oldest incorporated trade association in the country the
HOMES FOR SALE rard of the Florida Development in ." ;
: Two New United States Brewers Association, was organized 1862.
Homes Open and For Sale. Ralph Johnson left Tuesday on Commission said a survey showed the same year that .

Greenstar Avenue, Pahokee Fla. a business trip to Tallahassee. He that 11,300,000 visitors came to V ? ........AVW.NJt.,.;NJ. ""wvwett ,
Henry and Jon Merkel Construction was accompanied as far as Lakeland Florida in 1959, but the count Tm

Company. Dec 29-J26ch t by his mother Mrs. M. H. dropped to 10,800,000 in I960.

I Johnson who had been visiting The figures represent only the J .
ROOMS ARE NEEDED almost here. persons vacationing in Florida and i

daily. If you advertise in this do not include business visitors. JI,
classified: column, folks will know Mike Elliott son of Mr. and Mrs. Largest group came by car with ,j
where to;find that room. J. M. Elliott was the weekend ..
spare 10,600,000. Second largest came by 1 .
Send $1.00 and copy for your ad to guest;> of his brother and family, plane 1,400,000. Almost 500.00 vacationers xjyk, y 'r'c 4i. S y,

The Everglades. News Canal Point, Mr..and.Mrs.Pat.Elliott, in Ga nes.vfcle came by train and about.. S
Fla. : Mike attended the -Science 300,000 by bus. ',
Fair while in Gainesville.Mrs. July drew the lion's share of the ; YrSs'F
t tI tIN
FOR SALE: New and used Willya tourists with almost two million. ,
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's 'Garagein : J. W. Almon and daughter -
Other months when the tourist I
Belle Glade Phone 3058. of Cullman. Ala., were overnight
Oct. 17-54-ch I guests of Mr.'and Mrs. G. count exceeded a million were I
August, June, December and FLORIDA, a handful of determined patriots in Tampa
T. Echols and Mr. and Mrs. Dow t
TV FOR ,SALE: Solid mahogany March. fought for 2 'days, finally preventing an intended invasion by
consol. Good Condition Phone Echols Wednesday. Jarrard has also announced that two Union ships, which fled. All Florida cheered this feat with

3081 in Canal Point or see Clifford MMWWuWuW currently Florida is in the midst of I glasses of beer. I j
Griffin upstairs over the old Standard its best winter season in history. I For even then beer was Florida's traditional beverage If
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of moderation. Beer still provides enjoy
Oil Service_ Station; on the
curve. Stt them 9 TEL Class MeetingAt ment for Floridians, and a good living for manyof t
them-not only the employees of the Brewing i
JoGooDIE Mrs. Evans Home Industry itself but also for Florida farmers and
other of the materials brewers
suppliers use.
ACREAGE! I The monthly meeting of the TODAY,in its centennial year the United States } :'

E. L. Sunday School class of T.I Brewers Association still works constantly to assure 4 J
When,you think of buying Canal Point Baptist Church met at maintenance of high standards of quality 1 I

selling, or trading acre* the home of their teacher, Mrs. W. end ornD"9ty' p.rAVer be-t and ale are served. 11 i
age call me. Let me help S. Evans Monday night. There were

you tor,plan, buy, or sell. No 11 members present. i I

obligation Mrs. J. D. Latham president /
presided during the business meet
Thurmond W. Knight ra ra ,,, I IR
ing. Delicious refreshments were ,

Box Acreage 9998 -Phone REALTOR 844-1354. served during -the. .social"period. ... ; r..'" TAT y _!,:

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, Canal Point First harmonious, immutable, immortal
eternal. Nothing unspiritual -
Baptist Church j can be read, harmonious DC

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1 a $ a f, w xg Elder R. E.Barfield The Golden Text is from Isaiah
, SUNDAY: (40): "The grass withereth tho
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School flower fadeth: but the word of our
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship "
God shall stnad for ever.
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. -
g 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship
WEDNDESDAY: Vena Mae Circle To

7:30 p. m.Service Midweek Prayer Lead WSCS Meeting r'

First Methodist I I Canal Point The Methodist Church 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: The Vena Mae Circle will be in

Church, Pahokee Baptist Church Canal Point, Florida 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Meeting.Christian Auxiliary charge of the program at the gen-

-. .. ... eral meeting of the Pahokee :Mth- '
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Robert A. Shelley Pastor I i!odist Woman's Society of Chris-
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: Science tian Service to be held in the chap
9:45 a. m.-church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Church School Group Of Canal Point el Monday April 2, at 8:00 p. m.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 1-1:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Mrs. Richard Nason, circle pro-
6:45 p. m. MYF 6:30 p. m. Training Union. 6:30 p. .Youth Fellowship The and of gram chairman, has announcedthat
7:45 p. .-Evening Worship 7:30 p. .m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship I I I power permanence Rev. Robert A. Shelley will
the Word of God will be stressed
TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: I be the guest speaker. Mrs. Ernest ,
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- 7:30 p. .-.Prayer. Meeting. 3:15 p. m. Youth Choir practice I I at Christian Science services Sunday Maxwell, president, will preside
in Lesson-Sermon the
: I over the business session.
: Church Of God 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st I I subject of "Reality." .
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions Tuesday Among the Scriptural passagesto GOES TO CALIFORNIA :
8:30:: p. m.-Senior Choir practice. Barfield Highway 2nd MONDAY: be read is this verse from Pvt E2 Rudolph Vann of the us) !
.. 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting Psalm 107: "He sent his word, after
I Army left Tuesday spending)
I Pahokee, Fla WEDNESDAY: and healed them, and delivered a 30 day leave here with his par- .
J. W. Hughes, Minister 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting them from their destructions." fents! Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Vann. He :
The Church Of God Phone 3736 From "Science and Health with will report for duty at Oakland, :

Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal suNDAY: Mrs. Emma Wheeler of Lakelandis Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Calif. where he will be "processed"and :
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baker' Eddy this citation will be then be sent to Korea for 13 '
Point Road 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship Elliott. read (p. 335): "Reality is spiritual I months.
John H. Kinard, pastor 7:30 p.' m. -Evangelistic Ser-
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11:00 a. .-Preaching Service : ?? I I '\!'rrofl"JTI! l\'i'"W'j"! Wl\Y'fl\l1N'YITr.f'l\'tf'! '!''Y1!'
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. THURSDAY:
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.'M. B. 7:30 p. _m. Youth for Christ 1

Everyone welcome. Special music I Service.. LL1 :
and sineine. -

First Baptist
Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade .
The Pahokee ChurchOf Church, PahokeeGuthrie

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11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. A warm welcome to all.
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[*. Page Eight Vae Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday, March 30, 193%,

;. r eating, reading and even listening. 'cows, we keep them contented and 11111 i u 11 it t ii'' i MI 11 m 11. n I n 11 n M 1111 I n I 111111 ,

Th !i They believe sleep the greatest I avoid subjecting them to pressuresor
\ "thief of tim Now they are strains. Our fine beef cattle we THEATRES '<

i searching for ways to speed up i coddle, we baby our pigs and poul-
; sleep 'so we don't feel we have to ''I try. We treat our growing crops h t
Boyle spend so many hours at it. I with loving care. PRINCE LAKE DRIVEINPahokee

They thought they really, had l How far can we go in trying to Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
something when somebody discovered -I change the normal functions of the
f7orldo -
I II a Spanish peasant who never| human mind, the human brain and
D.parlawnl oi.gp the human ? There are a
needs, to sleep, in fact has never system
I slept in his life. He proved to be a thousand things many of us would -
After reading a recent report on dud, however, when careful studyof I I like to have more time for -' our SUNDAY MONDAY-TUESDAY APRIL 1-2-S

the rapid progress being made in his case revealedthat, although,.families, friends, business, education APRIL 1-2-3 "THE HONEYMOON"THE
several directions in the art of he never sleeps, apparently he is reading, the arts, recreation,
"saving time," I'm inclined to ask: never more than half awake. I I travel. We feel the pressures on SECOND MACHINE"TIME

"Are you living faster now-and The art of rapid reading has every side. AROUND" STEVE MCQUEEN, AND
enjoying it less?", been taking the country by storm. But let's face it. .The pressuresthat BRIGID BAZLEN
According to the Economic, Re- It's need is based on data which we feel are man-made. The DEBBIE REYNOLDS, STEVE '
search Department of the Chamber shows that reading absorbs 'about tempo of our lives is what we makeit. FORREST, AND ANDY -ALSO-
of Commerce of the U. S., that 27 per cent of fthe average adult'a Some of the most successfulI GRIFFITH "First Man into Space"Miss }
early traveler in Florida, Ponce de know are not adverse to going-
time. Speed reading is offered as .. .. .. i.'. . . . .
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Leon, was right the : the answer. A Los Angeles student fishing now and then, or taking a . . . . . . . . -----
youth is to be found in America. It. claims the world's record the I I few days off for a hunting trip.,
. is the art of living faster by complete works"of Shapespeare in It seems to me that our problem Lula J. Barfield will return Wayne Elliott of Delray Beach

saving time. 2 hours and 19 minutes.A is not how to live faster, but learn- from Miami, today, where she has was in Pahokee, Monday on busi-
We farmers have been,aware for U. S. Olympic relay reading ing how to relax at the right tim been visiting friends the past week. ness.
some time ,that it is possible, by team plowed through Webster's unabridged In Florida we're blessed with more

taking advantage of new research dictionary, the Encyclopedia opportunities for pleasant relaxa- \T iJTI"t.i n''ti" Yjfl\'lflWt7\J7\t7\! ; \ ,jf'\jr\t1! !:r\f: I\t, I\t''Tt7'ffi! .,IT'tTIfiyTI'i' ; "m'
developments, to speed up growthof and the complete works of tion than most other states enjoy.That's .''
crops, weight 'gains in livestockand I Aristotle in the original Greek in I why I believe that rural lite
harvesting procedures. But just 17 hours. How they could do i is the most satisfying and that
not many of us are aware of the Cattle Sales
it is beyond me, because no mem-' those of us who can enjoy it are Monday
possible effects ourselves as humans .
ber of the team knew a word of the favored ones. Our fountain of
that are implied in recent research -
Greek. life is most anywhere, close to the
and experiments with refer- Are held at the Glades Livestock Market
A.Beethoven symphony which requires land and :Mother Nature. regularly
ence to our behavior patterns.No .
an hour to play can be which is owned and operated by more than 120
doubt you've read that med- "heard" in 15 minutes. The time
CARD OF THANKSI Florida Cattlemen.You'll
ical science has helped to increase .
saved by "music lovers", says the
considerably in this century the life report, is impressive. wish to thank my many friends the excellent service receive here
enjoy you _
for the lovely flowers, cards, visits,
of Still
expectancy our population. ,
To time the
save eating largely
the in his eighties is doinga prayers.and other acts of kindness at this Market. We make an effort at all times to givean
person result of the need for chewing food, 2i
good job of beating the average. a large line of pre-masticated food extended to me and my family dur- outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us
Now, not the following excerpt. now is being offered in supermarkets ing my recent illness and stay at a trial. I
from the Chamber of Commerce re- and chain restaurants. Result:I the Everglades Memorial Hospital. i 3W'4
port. .you can enjoy a five-minute lunch I I I I 11 also would like to express my sincere -X*** -- H H:-H' g

"Time and motion experts have "hour". Addition of a suitable en- gratitude to the staff at the
estimated that a person born to- zyme could give you predigestedfood hospital for their kindness to me SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. :

day, making full use of the available or with the proper equipmentand while I was under their considerateand
time-saving techniques, can ( I certainly don't advocate it) tender care. May God bless
have a life expectancy of 230 years, one might go a step further and each of you. Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION z
(measured) in terms of what his take his nourishment intravenously Mrs. Olif Chancellor
ancestors' have been able to accom, I i
plish. # # # sHow '
Mrs. Charles Maxson has returned -
far the human animal can to her home in Canal Point after' On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road I

The time and motion experts, >t go in changing age-old behavior having surgery at the Good Samaritan Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager
appears, consider too much of our patterns, I'd hesitate to say. To get Hospital in West Palm s
time is being wasted in sleeping, peak production from our dairy I, Beach. : j&ii MBiJSSJS I I feiii -
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