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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: April 13, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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c April 13, 1962 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN
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,1 CIRCULATING' THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

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Dike On South Side Of Lake Mrs." Lois i White Is Race County, Track Receives MoneyState Road mProgram Is


New Chapter HeadMrs. Planned For Glades

Will Be Raised From 1 8 Ft.Award Comptroller Ray E. Green
" to reported April race track tax
I Lois White was elected ..checks for $40,000 have been mailed Bacom Point Road: From City
president of the XI Beta Tau Chap-;i Park in Pahokee southwestward
to each of the 67 counties. The
of three contracts total-i Wiley Tillis Talks ter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority last 1.5 Miles in Pahokee: Reconstruct
amount for the same date last year
i concrete sidewalk on northwestside
ing more than $10 million for Thursday at the meeting held at
improvement of the Kissimmee I i Pahokee Men's Club the home of Mrs. Willola Moss. was 31500. of road 1.5 miles.
River channel enlargement of the I Other officers elected were Mrs. ;The State Comptroller said each Muck City Road: From Farmers
Herbert Hoover Dike along the "Its Later Than You Think" was June Parker vice-president; Mrs. county has received a total of Market Road in Pahokee eastwardto
l southern shore of Lake Okeechobee the theme of the talk given by Norma Aldridge, recording secretary $153,000 to date for 1961.62, an increase Conners Highway: Level with
and for replacement of an Wiley Tillis, guest speaker at the I ; Mrs. Elaine Unwin corresponding of 3.7 percent or $5,500 over aSphaltic concrete 5.5 miles.
Atlas launch pad at Cape Canav- Pahokee Methodist Men's Club secretary and Mrs. Janet the same period during the fiscal Rardin Avenue in Pahokee:
eral has been announced by the dinner Tuesday evening. Johnson, treasurer. Mrs. Jean Sal- year 196061. : From Bacom Point Road south on
Army Corps of Engineers. Members voted to observe vatore was elected chapter repres- Total race track funds received I Rardin Avenue to West 5th Street I
.The Arundel Corp. of Baltimore "Ladies Night" at the next meet- entative to the sorority's city coun- to date for the current fiscal yearis thence east to State Road 15, in f
Md., at $4,113,750, was the lowestof ing which will be held :May 8. The cil and Mrs. Shirley Shirley, alter- $10,284,500, against $9,916,000for Pahokee: Reconstruct present roadto 1
bidders for 9.5: Committee in of the dinner the 2-lane street with curbs, gutters
eight dredging charge nate representative. I same period during the previous tl
miles of the shallow Kissimmee that night will be Kyle Scott, J. W. The chapter "Girl of the Year" ; fiscal year. and sidewalks (same as Lake Shore I!
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River floodway channel to a depth Vann, Joshua Seaver Lloyd Hund was selected and her name will be I Drive in Canal Point.) I
of some 30 feet. ley and Marvin Cowart. revealed at the Founder's Day ban- Morgan West Road: From Ba- 1!
The area to be dredged extends I'I Minter L. Collins, president, pre- I quet on April 27.. Holy Week Service I com Point Road near Pahokee Air- I
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from the ''river's mouth at Lake sided at the business session and Mrs. Clark Wilkinson was wel- port across the muck and along
Okeechobee northward to the first was in charge of dinner arrange- j corned back into the chapter aftera PahokeeMethodist Morgan Road eastward to State i
of six locks to be constructed on I ments. leave of absence.It Road 15: Construct new 2-lane '
I highway 2.0 miles.
the waterway. was announced that memberswill :
I The work is scheduled to take work each Wednesday on the Rev. T. C. O'Steen, pastor has Proposed Hospital Road: From
a Economists Will East Shore Park Bacom Point
two years to complete.The sorority's service project, the set- announced that Holy Week will be on ERoad I
contract also calls for a ca- ,ting up of a vertical file systemat observed in the Pahokee First eastward to State Road 15
l nal connection (C 41 A) which will Meet On April 28 the Elemetary Sch library. Methodist Church with a study of I II south of Cardwell: Construct' new
j tie in with the Kissimmee River I I 2-lane highway.
"Our Own Enjoyment" was the the book "The Meaning of Suffer
E channel and for the extension of topic of the program presented by ing" by Dr. Ralph W. Sockman. Cardwell Area East Road: From
Levee 48, and'other retention dikes. Home Economists from all Mrs. Francis Cross, Jr., of Belle Services will be held each night, State Road 15 eastward to Ramie .
If When the entire length of the Southeast Florida counties will Glade. Monday through Thursday beginning Road: Construct new 2-lane highway I
floodway channel is completed, it meet at Creighton's restaurant Mrs. Moss, president, presidedand at 7:45 p. m. Holy Communionwill 6.5 miles.
"*-'-will provide drainage of a 758squaremile administered .SugaivMilMloadr From .
served refreshments at the I be "Thursday 'StaJ.* f
I Riviera Beach at 12 noon April 28. '
area. close of the meeting.Sunrise evening. Road 15 at hump backed culvert
Ronee Inc. and Reynolds and This will be a Career Day programfor I Speakers will be Mrs. Ralph : near prison farm eastward 1.5 miles
Smith Inc. of Moore Haven, the I home eco omic' students. Miss Johnson, Mrs. John Hatton, Mrs.C. .! (parallel with Airport Road and
lowest of five bidders, were awarded Anna Mae Sikes, State Home Dem- Services :M. Todd, Mrs. R. F. Hurt and one mile north of it): Constructnew
a $3,125,770 contract for enlarg- onstration Agent of Tallahassee, Rev. T. C. O'Steen. 2-lane highway 1.5 miles.
ment of the Herbert Hoover Dike will talk on "Opportunities Avail- LairFiekUpril22 Spiritual Life secretary, Mrs. T. Ice Plant Road: From SR 715 in
along the south shore of Lake able Through Home Economics". C. O'Steen, is in charge of arrange Chosen to State Road 15 at Pure
Okeechobee to permit impound- Miss Martha Childress of Chicagowill -- ments and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley will Oil Station in Belle Glade: Recon-
ment of greater quantities of give a demonstration on "Per The churches of Pahokee and Canal provide the worship centers. All I, struct present road to 4-lane street -
water., sonality Plus Through Diet." Vocal Point will have the Easter Sun- members and friends are cordially with curbs gutters and sidewalks
Dredged material from the lake solos will be by the Palm Beach I rise Service at Lair ,Field on Easter invited to attend. (same as Avenue E in Belle Glade).
1 will add one to eight feet of heightof Junior College Group. Sunday. The special music will 1.0 miles.
13% miles of existing dikes All Home e economists former I be furnished by the.Pahokee High New Bridge: Between Chosen
bringing them to an average heightof home' economists and interested School Band Ensemble under the 1300 Extra Phone and present bridge on SR 15, new
25 feet according to Col. J. V. home economic students are ex-I direction of Robert O. Lampi and 2-lane removable span bridge with
t Sollohub, district engineer Levees pected to attend. Leading P. T. A. the Junior Intermediate, and Chur- Books This YearOne approaches over Hillsboro Canal in
the lake Demonstration ch of Belle Glade near school: 0.1 miles.
along the southerly rim of and Home women Choirs the First Baptist Chur-
are 1922'feet high. are invited. ch under the direction of Mrs. Duda Road: From State Road 80
t Some of the 5% million cubic ..... I Guthrie Colvard. way to measure the growth southward 1.5 Miles: Reconstruct I
yards of soil will be used to con- Rev. Max Jones will preside at of Glades communities is by com- present road to new 2-lane section
struct tree islands which will serveas Rotarians Hear the service with ministers from the paring the number of telephone directories 1.5 miles.
windbreaks and 'help retard several churches taking part on being delivered this week Bolles Canal Road and State
erosion of the levees during storms. Phone Man Bob Lee the program. The invocation will with the number distributed last Road 827 A: From US-27 at Okee-
,:,..' The levee enlargment will extend be given by Rev. J. W. Hughes, year at the same time. lanta east and north to State Road
'- v from about two miles southeast of I Scripture Reading by Rev. ThomasC. Some 6,800 new directories are 80 at Vinegar Bend: Level with
,} Hurricane Gate 2 at Clewiston to R. C. (Bob) Lee, Glades district O'Steen, Prayer by Rev. Robert going to homes and businesses. asphaltic concrete, 6.6 miles.
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: .Hurricane Gate 4 at the Hillsboro manager for the Southern Bell Shelley, Offertory Prayer by Rev. ,Southern Bell's Group Manager -
and North New River Canals, westi Telephone and Telegraph Co., Was Charles Stewart. The.message will :Bob Lee says this compares with I' Digits 15
-'-- of Belle Glade. The work is to be the speaker at .the luncheon meeting be delivered by the Rev. Guthrie about. 5,500 delivered in :March 1 April
completed in about two years. of the Pahokee Rotary Club.In- Colvard pastor of the First Baptist 1961. I
',. Col. Sollohub said the Cape Ca- troduced by program chairman, Church of Pahokee. The new telephone directory has I On Pahokee PhonesDon't
naveral work contract for $3,156- Joe Thompson he spoke on the improvement The public is urged to attend many new and changed listings. It
171 was awarded to Paul Smith of telephone service in this service. is easily distinguished from the old i
Construction Co. of Orlando, low this area and announced that subscribers grey covered telephone book by. its I forget that on April 15th
est of 13 bidders. will begin using the new Cities Obtain new and modern design. the new. telephone numbering planin
Major features of. the contract seven-digit numbers as of April]I Mr. Lee asks that the old directories Pahokee will swing into service.
include demolition of the existing 15. be discarded and the new one All three and four digit numberswill
120-foot Atlas gantry and umbil- Visitors were Gene Pickren Larry Surplus EquipmentMore referred to when looking up telephone be 'replaced with seven digits.
ical mast and construction of an Overby of Jacksonville and Bill numbers. You should call Many numbers will undergo complete -
all new 179-foot service tower and Gaines of Atlanta. Miss Ruth Col "Information" only when the num- changes.
93-foot umbilical, plus construc- vard was the guest of student I than a million dollars ber you want is not in the new "A new Telephone directory is
tion of new storage facilities extension member John Hundley. R. O. worth of equipment has been secured directory. resently being delivered to all of
and modification of exist- Lamp president presided. by county municipalities Caution-Do not use the new directory our customers* Bob Lee. managerfor
ing propellant loading systems and through the civil defense pro- until after 2 a. m. April. the company reports.' "This
relocation and enlargement of TO ATI'ENDVEnDING gramthe County Commission 15th. Book Is not to be used until after
utilities.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux left learned this week. .- 2:00 a. m. on April 15th."
L this for Thomasville, MISS TOLLE MARRIED "Don't trust
morning In a report from Col. Ellis Alt- your memory. Check
-' ,, and Mrs. James Gibson and Georgia, where they will be the man, county CD director, the board Friends in Pahokee have receivedthe your directory and dial all seven
daughter Jamie, left today for a weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. learned that municipalities have announcement of the marriageof digits if you want to reach your
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Major Gibson Oscar Chastain. The Bordeaux will paid $88,000 for public works equip- Miss Catherine_ Ann Tolle party Lee advises.
c" '. in Thomasville ,Georgia. The attend. the wedding of: their granddaughter ment valued at 320,000.,. youngest daughter bf.Dr. and Mrs. .
.i';,, r.Gibsons plan to attend the wedding ,, ':Miss Suzanne Chastaln, 4 1 Joseph A. Tolle to. Donald Hussie Mrs. Mattie Chastain returned
y of Was Suzanne Chastain! Sunday Sunday afternoon at the First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Davis had as Stafford on March 18 at DeLand. from Atlanta Ga. by plane, Mon-
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,'.::.afternoon at. the First Baptist I .Church. They plan to return guests,' last week' Mr. and Mrs. The young couple are at home at day night after visiting relativesand
< ';.,;-.Church in-Thomasville.. '. to their home Monday. :Johnny Phillips of Plant City. 1630 Fortune Drive Clearwater. friends there for several weeks.

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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, April 13, 1962
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.; at the Mounts Building in West I the group how to make costume
f Demonstrators In
Palm Beach Thursday, April 12,| jewelry 'from marbles and how to
9 from 10:00 to 12:00': on "PersonalIity make hats from; chenille 'sticks.

Business Meeting\ and Beauty that Increases with Mrs. Kahle also presented leaf-
T Age." I lets showing accessories to be made

L.J Mrs Ronald Kahle, president,; for a basic dress and showed a
Mrs. Elmer Maxson, vicepresident presented the program in the ab-| pocketbook trimmed in colored
of Pahokee-Canal Point Home sence of Miss Miriam LoPinto who I plastic foam:Mrs. R. L. Gray was
has resigned as Home Demonstra-I| hostess during the serving of cook-
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Demonstration Club, presided over
tion Agent. She demonstrated ies and coffee.
the business session at the regular I :!

meeting, April 5. Mrs. Gene Gore'3 _

I resignation secretary of the club I
was accepted and Mrs. Bruce Bit-
\'I; \ ting was elected to replace Mrs. ReElectWILBUR

1 The Rardin Building In Canal _Point, Florida Gore. C.
*M t *- Mrs Doris Carter, who has recently !
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OFf.HE completed a"course in furni- ;3 .wid; o a

ture refinishing, agreed to conductthis : KINGFLORIDA
.: EVERGLADES NEWSServing course for the benefit of the local -

.' ... club and has set the dates of RAILROAD AND
the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region Without May 28, 29, 30, as the tentative < PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION .
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years dates for this workshop. At the Group 1
Notiy. FlorIeI;".-kro Established March Ii 1924 Published May 3rd meeting' Mrs. Carter will '
Every Friday in cattl and citrvt farming local!
and mreontil. 'b .1.i ..
fomniMM *
present to the group a list of ma-
Subscription. Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe e H. works always to 910 Florida the
terials needed this
to in
participate best in transportation and public
: Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn course. 'S utility unicef at raM.abU rat..

: Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter April 28 was announced as the e 'bvft For lift.ss.adminutratioM* yar ho has bad ajvon on yo. C

date for the Southeast Florida .: .xperienc., results and willingness !.
Paul Rardin Owner,Editor, Publisher IlL s*",. the p..pl.. Fl.rid. n.*d*
Home Economical meeting. The .
r prov.n rn.n of oxp ri nco to help hf
meeting will begin with a luncheonat moot tho challenge of tho spato aj..
Creighton's Restaurant in the N.-N.--
Here. Is What Transpired At Monday's Bazaar '''International, Riviera
Beach, at 12 noon. The principal KEEP itORID/L/ GRQWINS-KEEP EXPERIENCED LftDERSHIPONE
Meeting Of The Palm Be haaunt
speaker will be Miss Annie Mae
Sikes of the State Home Extension
CommissionOr Service in Tallahassee:
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j i e. j* Miss
Martha Children, National
3-BEDROOM CBS, HOUSE_ _
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The Boca Raton Bible 'Conference state racing 'taxes for the month. will speak on "Personality Plus FOR SALE IN PAHOKEE
; ';Inc., appealed to "the trounty! The payment brings racing taxesto Thru Diet." All Home Economists,
Commission this week for' 'relief date to $153,000 with more to Home Demonstration Club mem- COMPLETELY FINISHED.: YARD FILLED
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from tax' levie'd AND\ SODDED ,
assessments mtY.
c bers, Senior 4-H girls and Home
against .the church organization.. Also received this week from Economic girls are urged to attend Lot 65 x 135 On Cypress Ave. in Pahokee
In. 'a letter to the'comtnWion, Sheriff P. A. B. Widener was a and may make their reservationsby
Bible Conference officials pointed check for some $500 which rep- calling either Mrs. Kahle at
out that housing facilities whichare : resented unclaimed funds in the 7903 or Mrs. Maxson at 7730 by WILEY TILLISGeneral
used for people attending the sheriffs office since 1956. April 20.
church conferences had been' exempt The county commission openeda Announcement was also made Building Contractor ,

from assessments for the_ past- variety of bids this week, mostof that Mrs. Renee Long, newswriterfrom Box 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127
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12 .
years. them for, road building equip- Ft. Lauderdale, would speak ) -
The commission referred the ment.

matter to'its attorney. with" '1struc--" ,.' The items included road graders, J '''' .- -
ions to recommend: what positionthe a dozen trucks, tractors and mow-
board'should take. in ,the 'mat. ers, line striping machine, passenger

ter.Palm 'r-- 'cars; tractor shovel, culvert pipe, H.-1
Beach County was richer sprayers, brush chipper and a gar- e 'I
this'week'by $40Ooo-i its'share' of' bage packer. :
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P bp. eBapfins WWUWWWWuWUWWWcax' Is'WreckedMrs. modem

Gray ScratchedMrs. 5 -
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'1 t Betty Newsome Gray of
West Palm Beach was not seriously
The First Baptist Church will injured,,receiving only scratches in
have a Unified Service on Sunday,
a traffic accident, last Friday, according -
April '15th. The goal for Sunday to word received by her 111 I- wti'pi! I Iti
School is 399 in attendance ,and aunt, :Mrs. Jack Spencer. Scenes I
after the Department meetings and ,
from the accident were viewed by
all will the Sanct-
reports move to
local residents, when they were
uary except the Nursery and Be-' shown on WPTV, Friday evening.
ginner departments. The move to Mrs. Gray was treated at a West
the Sanctuary will begin at 10:20 Palm Beach hospital and released. flr
and the service there will begin at '
Damage to the car was estimatedat
10:30. We urge those who -will not t
$1,200.00.Lions : r be in the Sunday School to be in the -- ... -------
Sanctuary by 10:30 rather than the LI
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11:00 o'clock hour. This win'be the Club Hears {
only'Worship Service of the'iitorn-
ing'hour- at First Baptist for bitsday.

Dr.:-Mayo: will be preaching'. I Baptist Preacher
thta'service. *.-f -
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Dr. J. of Pensacolawas
Larry Mayo

100 In Attendance guest speaker at the luncheon .
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Lion'sClub.
of the Pahokee
f T t Vt9 itAt meeting .
Tuesday. Introduced; by Rev.
Club Luncheon Guthrie Colvard,. lie spoke.. on
I ',''Faith." with flcuneless Electric Range and Electric Water Heater. I

The annual "theatre party" and ttTwas: announced that W. C. v ... . .

luncheon of the Pahokee Worn. (Buck) "Buchanan, district gover- .,' .
an's Club was -attended" Wednesday nQr,'will 1>e present.. at>;''the. meeting. Frames and fumes are as old-fashioned as wood-burning in today's
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Approximately one minored. .. fieat'Tuesday. I modern 1dtch p.When you cook with nameless electricity there's no
persons, including. .. members" Ktf'oz_tne. Visitors! were Lyons Williams, ,fuel. grime to soil your walls or'settle on your/fu rni.iI Dgs.."no soot
Belle "Glade Woman's cfubf; who t, Frances* "Everts of to 'blacken' pots and"pans..Your TuCchen stays cleaner..'and up to
AUanta' Don of 16 degrees cooler, too,-Because the heaf goes'directly Into your food
were guests members of the- local .. .... and Cole Omaha' -.0 ,
f S and not into your kitchen.. If i faster,too:
club and other invited f&gs srte:;, t *, .
luncheon was served jt',noon in yle Scott vice-president- presided Another nice thing about living better electrically is flameleas water
the anal Point Community? ;Building over the business. session beating.. something -your whole' family'will appreciate. It's: automatic *

.followed. by a special?s osyipg in'"the absence of,- the president.. ".--,' super-fast and super-sale. No noise, no* odor, no constantburning *
of the film. 4'Lover_ Cou1q J}aglc\ ,'rq Brooks. ;.. Henderson.L, ,. pilot-flame...and no flue: is needed. Just Iota of hot \vater ina

Me/starring. Rock Hudson' .a(. -! 'hurry, with never a. worry, and peace. ,of'mind that''priceless- ..-.!
Prince Theatre in Pahoke .
Patterson Circle For an Electric Range, see your appliance dealer. For an Electric
Mrs.. Leon Sjxxmer, niq ipn picture Water Heater.. ..y "dealer, plumber or electrical contractor.
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'chairman for the club; was in Monday Meeting ._" 1
of arrangements.assisted ,
charge
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by a hospitality! ",,mi 4 g lone, Patterson Circle. 'of the : ::t efea ao Pd 1ftl.l.mek L' .

tee_ compposed of Mrs. jj.:B.;gamble : Canal Point Baptist Church met at ..' Z..IT'$CHf I PER. TOOl
Mrs. 'J. H. Wilson: and 2rs... the home of Mrs.W. S.Evans Mon .
Wiley Tillis. day afternoon' for' their regular Every Medallion Home includes I "
Members who made .the-t lovely :monthly meeting Mrs. J. L. Mc- ... \ these flamdeu electric appliances
table arrangements: : _and special CalJ, chairman, presided during thebusiness t I
decorations were Mrs. Glenn Pow session. Mrs. W. S. Cross .
,ell, chairman, :Mrs. Sadie Barwick. had charge of the-program from I
and, Mrs. C. B. Stringari.: he,Royal Service FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMBANY ti

Mrs. Billy Ray Mosley, presidentof There.were 13 members present. '- HEL'iNG UJLD nOltlDA j

the local. club, presided .sic the Delicious' refreshments" were served 1 I

luncheon. ,by,Mrs. Evans. \ w" .- .-.
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D Harold"Dane Seeks Dr. E. .A Boswell Wilbur King Asks I was tion of elected'County" State' Commissioners.Senator in 19441 He I Passion Play Has I


Dies In Canal Point ,- I and to the Railroad and Public Increased AttendanceLAKE

County Board Job V For RR&PUC JobWilbur Utilities,Commission in 1946. He is

Dr. Everett A. Boswell, 76, ''of on the Board of Directors of the WALES Attendance at

Canal Point, died Monday morning National Association of Railroadand the, Black Hills Passion Play of

\. Harold J. Dane, of Boca Raton, at his residene following a short, I C. King, a native Florid- Utilities Commissioners. He is Lake,Wales has been substantially

he Florida an active member of the Church of increased this season by the -
f, has qualified as Republican candidate ,illness. A retired physician, ian and long-time active in operation
} came to Canal Point six months ago government, is seeking reelectionto Christ and Chairman of the Board 'of special trains for specta-
) for the Palm .Beach I
County
from Covington, Tenn. the Florida Railroad and Pub- of Directors of Florida Christian I tors from the Tampa and Orlando

\ Commission, District 4, position.i Surviving are his widow Hazelof lic Utilities Commission. King has College at Temple Terrace, Tampa,I areas

f The Republican primary will be Covington; a daughter, Mrs.. C. served on this regulatory agencyfor Florida. -special 19-unit Atlantic CoastLine

held May 8. L. Wolk of Covington; a brother, fifteen years and is presently - -- I train carried 719 people from

{ Born in Toledo, Ohio, Dane is a Bryan of Memphis, Tenn.; and two chairman of the commission. J.E Wilkinson Tampa recently and a second spec

i graduate of the University of, Min- sisters,'Mrs. Margaret_ Fletcherand King states he is running on' his ., I ial from Orlando has been scheduled -

nesota where he majored in politi- :Mrs. W. A. Trobaugh, both of record, "which will continue to be a ,for Tuesday, April 17.

cal science. He came to Florida in Memphis. business administrative" based onexperience Is PTA Head Again ..A, third special train will also

1948; was in business in Delray Services and burial were held in ,-,---'--'-' ._--.:;.- -.;...-- originate in Tampa Thursday
Beach in '1952, and moved to Boca Covington. April 19, with radio and television
.. James Harry 'Wilkinson, Jr was
Raton in 1955. -S.- S- -- station WFLA cooperating in ar-

He was elected to the Boca Raton S.eattI.World'S.Fair re-e ected president of the Pahokee ranging for accommodations for
Teachers Association for
City Commission in 1958, and Parent 1,0000 youngsters of grade school
1962-63 at the meeting held in the ,
1958-59. He To Have Florida Art addition
was its mayor, was age in to adults.
r school auditorium, Monday night.
of Park The
city manager University Passion Play Amphitheatre

until he resigned to run for county SARASOTA ,Ringling Art Other officers elected were Mrs. F. Corporation, Lake Wales Chamberof
o a S. Parrish first vice-president and
office. Museum, which houses an invalu- Commerce and civic-minded cit-
chairman Mrs. Ray Hat-
f "During my two years on the able picture collection by Baroque program ; izens provide automobiles with

Boca Raton City Commission," he artist Peter Paul Rubens, will lend ton, second vice-president and drivers to transport the train passengers -

said, "taxes were reduced from "Portrait of the Archduke Ferdi- membership chairman; Mrs. J. L the two_miles from the de-

14% mills to 11 mills (25 per cent) nand" by the celebrated painter to Tyson, Jr., third vicepresidentand pot to the amphitheatre and return.

without any increased_ ,assessments the Seattle World's Fair. budget and finance chairman; ---
) Marvin Crady, treasurer and Mrs. B
on improved property. The painting was owned in the Mr. and Mrs. L. Wilson had as

Dane is serving his fifth term as late 18th century by the English Preston Dunckelman, secretary. Mr. and Mrs. Grant
recent guests,
I a director of the Palm Beach Coun- painter Sir Joshua Reynolds. After These officers will be Installed at Womble of Orlando."RE .

ty Resources Development Board, 1898 it was hung in 'the London IL the meeting' May.

and member of the committee late' J. P. The High School Band,_conductedby
t was a house of the Morgan as DIS-
J : musi- : EAST SIIORE DRAINAGE
which persuaded the State part of his collection. The paintingwas I R. O. Lampi, presented a TRICT TAXES FOR THE YEAR 1962 I
I cal The attendance I "NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that In ,
Board of Control to select a Palm purchased in 1948 by the stateof program. of Chap-
accordance with the provisions
I Beach County site, at Boca Raton, Florida for the Ringling Mu, results and willingness I awards were received by R. O. ter 20694 Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941.

I for a new university.Mrs. seum. to serve the people." 'Lampi's room in high school and the Board, of Supervisors of drain-EAST
..... I: Hobson's in the element- SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICT a
6 He reviewed his major 1'' Mrs. room age district organized and existing under -

M. C. Carter left via plane Mrs. J. D. Latham and Mrs. W. lishments in office and accomp-I ary'grades. the Laws of Florida, and embracing, has
]ands .within Palm Beach County t
from West Palm Beach for a visit S. Evans attended the Executive especially proud of a rural tele-I! Refreshments were served by caused to be prepared a Budget showing ,

with her daughter and family, Mr. Board meeting of the Palm Lake phone program; higher standards'.: Mrs. Dorothy Stanley and her cafe- District the Debt and Service the requirements requirements: of of the the "

and Mrs._ Eugene McCall, in Chica- Baptist Association at the West- of all utility services and transpor- teria staff. Flower arrangementSwere District for maintenance, operation and

i go, Illinois. Mrs. 'Carter will be gate Baptist Church in Wes Palm tation services, with costs held to I donated by. Mrs. Annie Merle administration on the first during day of the November year beginning 1962.- I

away until the first of May. Beach, Thursday. reasonable levels; the natural gas 'Carter, owner of the Pahokee and ending on the thirty-first day of '
I I I I Flower Shop. October. 1963. Said Budget, among oth-
in Florida communica-
industry ; a er things, shows the amount of Debt 1
-- ---- ----------- --- --- -- The flag was conducted of Main-
tions system second to none in the I I ceremony Service Tax and the amount
': by members of Girl Scout Troop tenance Tax per acre necessary to be !f
nation; and streamlined operations
-I levied upon the lands within said
of the Commission which result in 38. District for the year 1962. "
-- "The said Budget Is now on file and
wt highly effective work from a small may be examined at the Office of the I

competent staff."I Group Honors The Secretary of the District at Canal :
g 5' Point, ,Florida. The Board at Canal !
have recognized through the I| Of EAST SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICT '{
-Don Cole :
.. years, the tremendous challenge FamilyMr. will meet at 10:15: o'clock A. M.. on the
,:,,, : >?o:,., tx:,yv+Yr. I 28th day of April, 1962. at the Office of !
e;skq'y'.,3:: sMr'Ohxix } o. < xt before the Utilities Commission in the Secretary of the District In Canal ,
and Mrs. Mullis
Morgan en-
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says I Point Florida for the purpose of hear-
{ helping Florida to become the
great tertained at their home, last Friday -, ing objections and complaints with respect ;
iy. state it is through its utility and to the said Budget and for the s I
with dinner his
a honoring
: ", r 5; transportation services, and I have I purpose of transacting such other business '
.
S 'F > I son-in-law and daughter, Mr.and as,may properly come before bald
k\\ dedicated myself to" the task of I :
meeting. .
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Mrs. Don Cole and children. Guests
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providing the'best in such services "DATED thldth day'of Aprfl.. 1962.
h I were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mullis BY ORDER OF THE BOARD CF
I ;: .5t5 # II at reasonable costs to the people," SUPERVISORS OF EAST
grw. Mr.
.qeF' w j29.,. :ak r ava :. a.:a.4R. I King stated. 1 and baby daughter, Lisa; and, SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICTBy I
Mrs. Lloyd Mullis, Mr. and Mrs. I : F. E. Conkling President
King is described as a "political I Publish: April 13 April 20 1962.'" f
Dan Mullis and Danny Jr. of Or-!
a%< realist" because of his business-like' "RE PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT
jfi lando; and Mr. and Mrs. George] :
/ philosophy of utility regulation to J TAXES FOR THE YEAR 1962
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\a.e ::
$}; "NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in
rok; '
yf: Vas keep the state's utility services accordance with the provisions of
:Mr. and Mrs. Don Cole and family -
abreast of its phenomenal growth. Chapter 18042, Laws of Florida. Acts of
,::4i, } 55 were also guests of honor ata 1937. the Board of Supervisors cf
u' Ce Hn'' pY. ., The proof of progressive regula-. dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. PAHOKEfl DRAINAGE DISTRICT a
L .Ax'a4 na :xCG
oG ir$ g va' f2 tions, King pointed out, is the drainage district organized and existing -
I Lloyd Mullis at the Pahokee Woman's under the Laws of Florida, and
state's ability to meet the demandsof t embracing lands within Palm Beach
., Club, Sunday. Out of town
:ew t'.r'e,a.,wd, r6'.rtaJ$g +? the fantastic development ofj I County, has caused to be prepared a
\\ a:.u' :0' a"yGv: .t 7 vrat Canaveral !I' guests were Mrs. George :McLartyof Budget showing the Debt Service requirements -
.- such areas as Cape for of the District and of the
S Lake Worth, Mrs. Joan Williamsand i I
the nation's defense, and the East Unit of the District for Maintenance -
many children, John, Jane and Bobof Operation and Administration
; 5..S5 modern retirement developmentsfor during the year beginning on the first
Miami; Mr..and Mrs. Dan Mullis. .
Florida's, new citizens. I day November. 1962. and ending on
and son. of Orlando, Tim Mullis the thirty-first day of October. 1963.
King noted, "My record of regulation Said Budget among other things show
of Canaveral and Mr. and
!. Cape the amount Of the East Unit Debt Ser-
of Florida's essential
ser vice Tax and the amount of East Unit
',Mrs. Carl Cone and son cf Belle
vices is a record which has been Maintenance Tax per acre necessary to

:l' Just say the word generally recognized over the stateas Glade.Local guests were Mr. and Mrs. District be levied for,upon the year the 1962.lands within said

? fair to both the rate-payers and 'The said Budget Is now on file and
,Morgan Mullis and daughter, Karen may be examined at the Office of the
s' the fast-developing utilities. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Murphy and Secretary of the District at Canal
Within the next two Point. Florida. The Board of SupervisorsOf
; and suddenly, 'you're saving years, a son, Pat, Mr. and Mrs. Chester PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICTwill

rural telephone program initiatedby Mullis and baby, Bill Gist and Jan meet at 10:00 o'clock A. M.. onthe
King will be 28th day.of April 1962 at the Office of
complete,
giving I
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Kemp. Mrs. Rachel Gist. Mrs.
Ruby
the Secretary of the District In' Canal
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.. T- <<> J. o.i. telephone! service: to every citizen Kemp and Elizabeth Gist assistedthe Point. Florida for the purposes of hear-
i. who wants It, no matter where he ing objections and complaints with respect -
hostess in serving. to.the said Budget and for thpurpose '
A'ROfi sAVi Gs'PLA : : lives.: King has been named, "Daddyof ---- of transacting: such other business -,
.
JOIN THE :, the Rural Telephone System in meeting.as may, properly come before. 'said

Florida" for the program which Fellowship"GroupSees: 1 "DATED" this 9th day of April. 1962.

has placed over 300,000 rural tele- Passion BY ORDER OF THE BOARD'OP
PlayThe .
WHERE YOU WORK SUPERVISORS OF PAHOKEE
phones in homes throughout the i DRAINAGE DISTRICT

state. He also worked diligently on, Passion Play at Lake Wales' Publish:BY April: F.13.E. Conkllng April 20,,1962/President"

It takes only seven little words to start you on a the' program of all telephone exchanges was attended by members of the I"
"HE: PELICAN LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE
program of automatic 9aV i D$ "Put me on the being converted to dial Senior MYF of the Pahokee First I DISTRICT TAXES FOR TilE

Payroll Savings Plan!I'" What's moret you don't system which was' accomplished Methodist Church, adult courlselorg" YEAR 1962
"NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
have to go far to'say them. Juet say them,to'your last year. Florida is the first major friends and,parents on satur-I the Board of Supervisors of PELICAN

employer. He'll do all the work: set aside the state in the nation to reach thil day evening. Those who LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE district DISTRICT a
drainage organized'and existing!!:
amount you choose ,from your check and deliver goal.Other chartered bus were Linda Wilson, under the Laws of Florida and embrac-
Carol Mae Hatton John Cruthirds ing lands within Palm Beach County
your Bonds when you've accumulated enough fora accomplishments namedare has caused to be prepared a Budget
purchase. his order for reduction of ratesIn Jann Plumer, John Hundley, Alice showing the Unit No. 1. Debt Service

areas which are served both Joy Wilson, Patsy Keen Wayne and the General. Debt Service requirements
by
The Bonds you buy .now pay 3%% interest_lo of the District and the requirements -
maturity-and keep earning for 10 years after Florida Power and Light and Flor- Hundley,' Dickie Hurt, Roger Sim- operation of the and District administration for maintenance dur--
ida Power Corporation also the onson.
# maturity. ;- ing the year beginning the first day
5 equalization of rates in the areas ,Alice Hurt :Mike Watkins, Bruce I I of .November,,'1962, and ending on the-
So, say the word. Sign up now I thirty-first day of October. 1963.
served Southern
to.buy Bonds regularly where by Bell Telephoneand Boynton, Becky Mackey, Wayne '"The said Budget Is now on file and
Telegraph Company. Boynton, Connie Singletary, Bon- may examined at the Office of the
you work through the Payroll Secretary of-the District at Canal Point.
nilu Lair Rebecca Grimes Linda
Beginning as a merchant in Florida. The Board of Supervisors of
Savings Plan. ; Zolfo Springs Hardee County, Hendrix, Steve Lane Mary Lee PELICAN LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE DISTRICT .
Will meet at 1030 o'clock A. !of"".
e. King is now a citrus grower and Adams, Dottie Lair, Kathy Boyn- on the 28th day of April 1962. at the

cattle rancher. He began his ton, Linda Lane, Rev. and Mrs. Office of the Secretary of the District
In Canal Point. Florid, fpr the purpose
You save more fhaiT money with lengthy public service career as a O'Steen. T.I I of hearing objections and complaints
... member'of the Zolfo Springs Town Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hendrix, nth respect to the saM Budget and for
the purpose of transacting such other
Council and later served as the and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, Mr. and business as may properly come .before

U.S. Savings Bonds community's mayor. He was eleCted Mrs. R. F. Hurt Mrs. I. M. 'Lair I,I aid"DATED m. tteg.this> fth day of April. 1962. '

to the Hardee County Commission Mr and.Mrs. R. B. Simonson and' BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF

.' __ _.AI J in 1928 and served six Dr. and Mrs.,. R. C.'Lane. : SUPERVISORS OF PELICAN
r... u.s. C.witm.nt Mu ,tee poy for t.Ut ; years as I'' Arraitge-.I I LAKE'SUBDRAINAGEDISTRICT '
TM Chairman of that, body. He;.was ments for,the"trip"were' ,

r 11ft4. Jlr- also president of'the' State AM cia; Mrs. J.T. BOynton, ; MYF. counselor. Publish. Jx.J'.E..Conk1inC.: April 13, April 20. .1962.President'"








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}., r+ e Four The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday, April 13, 1962
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Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs of I hostess to nine members. The next I
Canal Point had as a recent guest, meeting will be with Mrs. Ray Looking For'WomenPanhellenic

t: : I PERSO'NAl NEVIS NOTES II j I her brother, Roy Lawson of Mor-I!Hawk. EligiblesAn

ven, Ga., who was enroute \$ visit I
his son and daughter-in-law Dr. ATTEND OES MEET invitation is extended to any
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r Lawson in WastPalm I Mrs. Adeline Wroten, Mrs. Jen- woman from the Glades who is eli
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f Mr. and Mrs. Chasrles Holmes I II I and Mrs. Don Cole and I Beach.
gible for Panhellenic.
and four sons of St. Petersburg:, .i daughters, Bonnie Jean and Becky, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Turbeville nie McKinstry and Mrs. Ruth Meredith ,
A pot luck dinner is planned for
were here several days, this week,I I of Omaha, Nebr., are the house I moved, this week, from 142% N. are spending this week in I i 6:30 Thursday, April 26 at 672 S.
l'" to' visit his father, Lester Holmes, guests of her father, L. M. Mullis Barfield Highway in Pahokee to Jacksonville where they are attending E. 5th Street in Belle Glade. Thisis
. who is a patient in Everglades Memorial I and Mrs. Mullis. I 338 Cypress Ave. the Grand Chapter meet- a chance to get out the sororitypin
Hospital. I Mrs. E. A.Jensen who has been a of Order
I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mims flew ing the of Eastern Star. and meet the other college sorority
Mrs. A. J. O'Deal and Mrs. Jesse J I patient in Good Samaritan Hos- from Miami, last Friday, to the Mrs. Meredith will act as an assist- women from the Glades. At
'.,' Pierce of Chaffee, N. Y.who were pital inVest Palm Beach was able British Honduras where they will ant grand conductress. that time the needs of this area will
returning from a tour in Mexico, to be transferred this week, to spend several -
days on business. be discussed and we will try to decide -
were the house guests for a weekof Everglades Memorial Hospital.Mrs. -,, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jay Riddle
whether this community is
Mr. and Mrs. E., O. Winch of George Ramey spent last (Joyce Marie Lovell) announce the
Betty Mills Circle ready for some permanent Pan
Canal Point. Mr. and Mrs. Winch week in Rockledge visiting her son- birth of a daughter, Cynthia Jane, hellenic
entertained their guests with a in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. At Shirley HomeThe on March 28 at a West Palm Beach Eligible organization.women contact Sera
trip to Cypress Gardens and Bok Hugh G. Miller HI, and her son hospital. Mrs. Dave Lovell is the Belle
Shera Smith at WY6-3692,
r : _Tower. They also attended a performance David Ramey.Col. Betty Mills Circle of the Pa- maternal grandmother. Glade.
of the Passion Play at and Mrs. Darrell Phillippi of hokee Baptist Woman's Missionary I
, Lake Wales. Mrs. O'Dell and Mrs. Delray Beach were recent guests of Union met at the home of Mrs.l I I IfiySSyWff ySWfftftrE
'.. Pierce returned to New York, Wednesday Mr.,and Mrs. E. O. Winch in Canal Claude Shirley with the -
by plane. Point. man, Mrs. C. R. Wetherington pre I I
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure, accompanied Mrs. J. H. Miller returned to her siding.
: by his brother and sis home Monday after a weekend visit "The Bible Instructs Us Thor-I!I | Monday Cattle Sales

ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Guy McClure with her daughter and family, Dr, I oughly" was the topic of the pro- 1 .
will leave Monday to spend and Mrs. Lou Lombard, in Miami. gram presented by Mrs. Don Collier |

'\ the summer in the West. Their Miss Cynthia Turbeville was the program chairman. Others I I Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
first stop will be at the Gay Clinic weekend guest of Miss Sammie I taking part were Mrs. Colquit
which is owned and than 120
operated
by
| more
and Mr.'and Mrs. Bob Davis, Mrs. J.
' in Biloxi, Miss. where they plan to Lee Lanham W. Brown, Mrs. Lee '
spend several days. Meirs in Miami. Wroten, Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, Jr.. 1 Florida Cattlemen.You'll .
-- Mr and Mrs. David Fredrick and Miss Deanna Hughes of Cross- Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Jr. and Mrs 1
enjoy the excellent service receive here
I Mr. and Mrs. C, J. 'Pales of Home ville, Indiana, was the recent over Claude Shirley. I you
stead, visited their brotherinlawand night guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.. P. There were 12 members presentand at this Market. We make an effort at all times to give

sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sappon Parker of Canal Point. one visitor. The meeting in an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us
North Barfield Highway last Mrs. Mae Laflin plans to leave May will be held at the home of a trial.
Sunday. Mrs. Sapp's mother, Mrs. today for the weekend to visit Mrs. W. K. Aldridge.
Ida Garrett, who had been visitingin friends in Tallahassee.Mrs. : Therew ere 12 members presentand +-: : : : : : : : <
Homestead returned with themto M. F. George has returnedto one visitor. The meeting in
her home here. her home after a a-weekend visit May will be heid at the. home of SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
Mrs. Lloyd Hundley and Mrs. R. with her brother and family, Mr. Mrs. W. K. Aldridge.
F. Hurt attended the Everglades and Mrs. Stalls, in Miami. Members of the Faye Taylor Circle -
Crusade, for Cancer kickoff lunch Mrs. Danny Mullis and son of of the Pahokee Baptist WMU i Glades Livestock Market
eon in Okeechobee, last week. Mrs. Orlando were the recent guests of attended the revival, Tuesday even-
Hundley is lay delegate director of. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stokes rid I ing and then met at the home of I ASSOCIATIONOn
the American Cancer Society in other relatives. Mrs. Kyle Hatfield, 754 Fern St.
District 10. Mrs. Hurt, as the rep Angus Sims was taken to St.I Mrs. Ray Hawk, chairman, presided -I Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

resentative of the Pahokee Wom Mary's Hospital in West Palm over the short business session. Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager
an's Club, is chairman of the local, Beach Sunday night. I Refreshments were served by the I
house-to-house collections in the Miss Pat Gandy is a patient at hostess, and Mrs. Ralph Crews co-.I 'Wi !i1WWJ, ; rMi !1.Y.4 jirasrawwgyw IWJiWfJWi1.Y.4! IM{' IIY.JI! l l.\J.1iY..IiIMIiIY.JjIUI ..
Crusade for Cancer: drive. the Everglades Memorial Hospitalin
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Roland enter Pahokee this week. ---- ------- \.:
tained at their home on Bacom Mrs. Sadie Barwick was a recent t

Point Road recently, with a quail visitor in Miami.C. .
\ dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Y. Scroggin, who has been
Lloyd Hundley and Mr. and Mrs. visiting his son in Lake Worth for It I STATEMENT OF CONDITION
Glenn Powell. several weeks, has returned to Canal "
, Mrs. C. B. Stringari was the Point for a visit with Mr. and, =
Farmers Production Credit Association
- Sunday guest of her mother in Fort Mrs. Russell Maxson.
,
- Lauderdale. Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans were I
the guests Tuesday of Dr.-and Mrs.Frank .
-- 'Handley and family in Seb- I Miami, Florida & Belle Glade, Florida

.., ring.Mr. I At The Close of Business March 31, 1962
Classified Ads and Mrs. Axel Jensen of I I
West Palm Beach, former residentsof I ASSETS
Pahokee, visited their son-in-law
, YOUNG MAN WANTED with in- and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I Loans and Interest_______________________.______..$8,461,334.39 i

itiative to learn retail building Crews and other relatives here,I'. H Less: Reserve ___..____.._..____.:........-----_ 196,456.08 8264878.31 j
material business. Must have some last weekend. I
knowledge of bookkeeping, also Mrs. Ralph Johnson and daughter Land and Buildings __...._____..__.______..____ 51,158.34 !

chauffeurs drivers license. Pioneer Susan; Miss Jane Plumer and Equipment __..__.............:-_....____..__......____. 9657.07 1
Lumber Company, Pahokee. Con Mrs. Annette McCurdy visited in
tact Vic Geiger. Apr. 6ctf Clearwater and Largo, recently.Mrs. m Cash in Banks ___......_..__..___u___..___.....____ 59,666.03 I
Judy Sapp, Mrs. Ruth Meredith | Stock: Federal Intermediate Credit Bank : 100,255.00 I
FOR SALE: Gardenias, bougain- Mrs. Adeline Wroten and B
villa, exhoria. crotons, palms and Mrs. Jennie McKinstry attended Automobiles _______.......__..................._____ 4,617.11Soil

varieties of other plants are now "Friendship Night" at the meeet- and Water Loans, F. H. A. _..__...._ ," 33,213.66U.
:ready. Call Pope's Nursery at Canal ing of the Belle Glade Chapter
S. Government Bonds .... ...._.. ... <" : 758,797.83
: Point at 2391. Apr 6-2tc Order of Eastern Star, last week. :- -: '111 t :

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sims and B Other Assets ... ......... 55,892.44
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HOUSE FOB RENT. Inquire four children of West Palm Beach
Across from Crown Ice Co. A6tf visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. m $9,338,135.79: : 'j

C. Sims, Sunday.
-SUGAlt BOOM is sure to ,hit. Ifyou
Mrs. Ellen Durrance of LaBelle is LIABILITIES AND:CAPITAL i
.have a spare room or two torrent \>4 ,
the house this week of her *-
guest ,
why not place an ad in this
Notes Federal Intermediate "
Payable Credit Bank
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and : .. ,4 $7,546,159.87
column:and watch results. A phone _.
cull and $1XX: will get the job done. Mrs. C. A. Stuckey.Mr. Miscellaneous Accounts Payable .'...:-....---u:--------..---3s*: Sr <_:_,. 7,183.45_ :

ROOMS ABE NEEDED almost Miami. and visited Mrs.her Robert parents Meyer, Mr. and of I g Capital Stock ..___-:L:.._............1: ..........$1,174,160.00' '

daily. If you advertise in this Mrs. J. V. Thomas,Sr., over the I .Surplus _.........:................._....__......_ 610,632.47 $1,784,792.47
classified column, folks will know weekend and attended the Clark-

where to find that spare room. Young wedding on Sunday.Mr. $9,338,135.79
Send 51.00 and copy for your ad to and Mrs. Albe Summerall, of
The Everglades News, Canal Point, Ft. Lauderdale, were guests, Sun- 1 A CREDIT COOPERATIVE COMPLETELY OWNED AND
Fla. I day, of his brother-in-law and sister m
OPERATED BY FARMER AND RANCHER MEMBERS
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stuckey.
FOB SALE: New and used Willys .
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn -g! Counties Served: Broward, Collier, Dade, Indian River, Martin, Monroe,
Belle Glade Phone 3058. Six Circles To Meet
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Got 17-M-cfa ... Okeechobee, Palm Beach and St. Lucie

So! On Monday, April 16 I OFFICERS

ACREAGEWhen The six circles of the Woman's | G. E. Butler, Jr. George H. Wedgworth Chas. B. Long, Jr.
Society of Christian Service of the
President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer.
you think of baying sell
ing, or trading acreage, call me. Pahokee First Methodist Church I ,
Let me help you to plan buy, or will meet Monday, April 16. DIRECTORSG.

selL No obligation. The Mary Martha Circle will E. Butler, Jr: George H. Wedgworth Walter PetersonW.
,meet at the home of }{rs. f
Hundley at 10:00 a. m., the E. Sexton Harry B. Matthews

8 gery Lair Circle with Mrs. Mar-I REPRESENTATIVESGilbert
Sanders on East Main St. at :

I m. and the Mabel Simonson Circle L. Lanham Billy W. Ingram Chas. B. Long, Jr. _
with Mrs. J. D. Rogers at 3:30 p. Belle Glade, Florida }Miami Florida Miami, Florida
Thurmond W. Knight I m. The night .circles Vena Mae, -
Miriam and Gertrude Shirley will Ruth Prange Muriel Perry :Janice Akerson Gladys Bullinger
Acreage REALTOR i Miami Miami Florida Miami Florida
Florida Miami, Florida .
I, Box 9998' Phone 814.1353 meet at the church at 7:45 p. m. a
West Palm Beach ,* it. where the study, "The Meaning of
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1- [Christian Science Canal Point First

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Christian warfare, in which spir-
Elder: R.E.Barfleld
itual good overcomes the evil in SUNDAY:

, human thinking, is a theme of the 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School ,
Lesson-Sermon: to be heard Sundayat
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I
Christian Science' church ser 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C.

vices. 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worahlp
i I Scriptural selections will include I WEDNDESDAY:
I Paul's exhortation: "The night is I 7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer
l j I far spent, the day is at hand: let us Service
First Methodist I IChurchPahokee [I Canal Point The Methodist Church therefore cast off the works of tad and 4th TUESDAYS: '

:: darkness, and let us 'put on the 7:30 p. m.-Ladiea Auxiliary '.
Baptist ChurchRev. : Canal Point FloridaRobert
armour of light" (Romans 13). Meeting. t

j.<. Her. T. C. O'Steen Charles D. Stewart, Pastor A: Shelley, Pastor "Are Sin, Disease, and Death "
'1''.' SUNDAY: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: Real?" is the title of the Lesson- Mrs. Cunningham Is j

: 8:45 a. m.-Church School 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Church School Sermon. I
\:i 11:00, a. n..Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning1 Worahlp 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship This citation from "Science and' Sorority President
f v' 6:45 p. m. MYP 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship Health with Key to the Scriptures"by
Jr-.tt" 7:45 p. m.Evening Wonhlp i 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Mary Baker Eddy will also be Mrs. Kathryn Cunningham was
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY MONDAY read "Christians must take elected of XI Mu
t.1( ; : : : up president Alpha
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, 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. 3:15 p. m.....+Youth Choir practice' arms against error at home and Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Soror-
' .Fk. > : ticeWEDNESDAY .m TUESDAY: I abroad. They must grapple with ity at the meeting held, last Thursday -

I : : Church Of God 8:00: p. .-Woman's Society I sin\ in themselves and in others, at the home of Mrs. Imogene
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7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions 1st Tuesday and continue this warfare until Scott with Mrs. Wilma Alley as co-
v':,,' ", 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice. Barfield HighwayPahokee 2nd MONDAY: they have finished their course. If hostess.

! .( I I I r 7:60 p. m.-Esther Class meeting they keep the faith.they will have Other officers elected were Mrs.
t y.
.: Fla.J. WEDNESDAY: the crown of rejoicing" (p. 29)). Cornelia Chase, vice-presi.; Mrs.
I W. Hughes, Minister 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting ..- Lavenia Parker, recording sec.;
:J' The Church Of God'r
f Phone 3736 Miss Ha Mae Smith Mrs. Catherine Kennedy, corres-
Of Prophecy, PaKokee SUNDAY: poning secretary and Mrs. Dorothy ,
" 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School BURNED IN MISHAP Honored At Party Hillier, treasurer. Miss Barbara !
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I Canal Point Road 11:00 a. m.-:'-Morning Worship Myatt of Briny Breezes gave an \
\: John H. KInard, pastor 7:30 p. m. -Evangelistic Ser- Walter Ellis Wilkinson son of. Invitations have been received to enlightening talk on "Creative '.
; 10' 00 a. m.-Sunday School viceTUESDAY Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson 1515 I a party honoring Miss Ila Mae Thinking." The next meeting will I l
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service : East Main St., was a patient at: Smith bride-elect of Morris Ken- be held at the home of Mrs. Lillian ,
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service Everglades Memorial Hospital several -: nedy, being held tomorrow (Satur-' Beverly on May 3. Mrs. Elsie Sims, t
/.' 8:00 p. m. Tuesday V. L. B. THURSDAY: days this week, where he received day) at the home of Mrs. W. S. president, presided. 1
I'', 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ treatment for burns suffered Plumer 2360 East Main Street, Pa- -

I Everyone welcome. Special musIc Service. from a fire in the backyard of hokee from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m. I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mullis had
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and singing. his home. He was burned on his Hostesses with Mrs. Plumer will as their house guest, last weekend,

! .. n First Baptist hands and face when gasoline be- 'be Mrs. Curtis Chase, Mrs. E. D. I his son, Tim :Mullis of Cape Cana-
J .. came accidently ignited. Sims and Mrs. E. A. Jensen. veral.APRIL. .
The Pahokee Church Church, Paftofcee I

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Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
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t : 433.Bacom Point Rd. Training Union 6:30 p. m. ''FiiY': ,; 1k,,
:" c Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 7:30 41 4
Evening Worship p. m.
j'" SUNDAY SERVICES:
Wednesday Prayer
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' A warm welcome to all.
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Dime Services 11 A. M.
Holy Nativity School 9:45 A. K.
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I Pahokee 1.I St. Mary's Church Catholic ,


Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar I
SUNDAY: Father Francis Fennech; Pastor _%
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11 a. m.-Worship Service I Confessions before Mass. -

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directory, containing the new Pahokee numbers, has been de

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IT'S EASy. . .
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TO SAVE ENOUGH TO SEND YOUR CHILD TO COLLEGE _.: **
SMALL AMOUNTS SAVED REGULARLY GROW FAST! v 924-6999 .

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iPeae hit The Bvergladea News Canal Point, Florida Friday, April 13,19:

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'f-J; tion after generation has reactedin Tysons Entertain I
='!'>- I Mrs. Bleech Talks Local Garden ClubWillMeetThursday
'7"1--t Liiii' h.--'fFh ont the same manner to the same I I

; '" 4.. kind of incentives.In Honoring Daughter

: f. America we have been striv- At Sorority Meet
;i: byCoyle _. ing constantly for improvement in Judge and Mrs. J. L. Tyson en-
: all fields of endeavor, including agriculture tertained at the Pahokee Woman's
.y but always we have man- A talk on the fine art of glass- Club The Canal Point Garden Club
Saturday evening, with a
I: Floridao'AQ' aged to stay within the frameworkof making was given by Mrs. O. R. teenage dance honoring their will meet Thursday, April 19, for
j I the principles enunciated in our Bleech at the meeting of the Beta
their at 3 m. at
regular meeting p.
O oor'A enl Constitution. By holding to such a Omicron Chapter of Beta Sigma daughter, Willola. Invited guests
I the home of Mrs. Robert Shelly
course I believe we shall be able to Phi sorority, last Thursday. She were her ninth grade classmatesand
Progress is the result of change continue making changes as con- specifically discussed the Locke other friends. with Mrs. J. H. Miller acting as co- l

but all change does not result in ditions require and the changes we method used by Joseph Locke of hostess. Mrs. Floyd Erickson will
The clubhouse decorated
was have the in .
progress. find it advisable to make will be :Manchester, England and Pitts- program charge.On
;with streamers balloons and flowers 17 Pahokee Garden -
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. Changing something just to pre- real Progress-with a capital "P" burg, Pa. and displayed some beautiful April ,
sent it as new and different does-I .... -- pieces from her own collec- in blue and white which are Club has extended an invitationto
i the Pahokee school colors. the Canal Point Club to join
it has been
n't necessarily mean
improved. You can SAY it's bettera U S 27 Will Be Made tion.The chapter met at the home of Assisting Judge and Mrs. Tyson I them at the Community Buildingfor
believe ) I in entertaining were Mrs. Frank a program on flower arrang- ,
lot of Mrs. Sue
( people may you Mrs. Sheila Ames with
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but can you prove'it? io frowns Crawford as co-hostess and Mrs. I ing. \
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The Reds in China the Communists -' I Louise Zaccagnino, president, pre-I I I
in Russia and, most recently, l 1 I siding: ++MM I 1'1 HI III II I 1 Ill I I I I I \ \ \ \ \ I i I t I I I t I I I I I >>>

the Castro gang in Cuba, are work- County Commissioner Paul ,Rar- I It was announced that the next I
ing hard to convince their people meeting will be April 19 with Mrs.I
din reported to.the THEATRESI
they are living under the best sys- countY'commis''l 'Margie Branch 401 SE First St.
tem in the world. They're having a sion this week that : Mrs. Virginia Collier will be co-I I

tough. time putting it over. necting roads has been made partof I' hostess. PRINCE LAKE DRIVEINPahokee

Whatever differences there may the program for Improving and -. .. ,
Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
be between them,Mao, Khrushchevand relocating U. S. Highway 27 on the PARTY HONORS l\m8.l\IORAN : v ,
Castro are in agreement on south side of-Lake Okeechobee. -
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one point: They aren't able to deliver Rardin said the people of Lake Mrs. Leon Spooner entertainedwith
SUNDAY MONDAY -TUESDAY
on their, plans for increased Harbor, Bean City and Bare Beach a coffee at her home, Sunday
food. production. had been concerned about access afternoon, honoring her mother, SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY APRIL 15-16-17
Red China has been scrounging roads to the pew U. S. 27 which is Mrs. Alice Moran who \was cele- APRIL 15-16-17 "A THUNDER
around for long-term credits for being relocated up to a half mile brating her birthday anniversary.
purchase of heavy tonnages of food from the three communities. The Out-of-town guests were her son! ATAMO" OF DRUMS"J.11U

with which to stave off famine. State Road Department, Rardin 'and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J.11U .. BOONE AND
Khrushchev is going to gamble on said, has made plans to build a con- John Padgett of West Palm Beach GEORGE HAMILTON
JOHN WAYNE, RICHARD
obtaining a quick boost in food necting link from each of the com- and her son Raymond Padgett of
output by planting all the grass munities to the new highway. Miami. Mrs. Moran's family also WIDMARK, & LAURENCE -ALSO-
lands to crops. placed the flowers in the sanctuaryof
"JUNGLE
IIARVEY CAT"
Now Castro has found it necessary 1 CLASSIFIED ADS PAY the First Methodist Church, last

to clamp down severe ration-, BIG DIVIDENDS Sunday, in her honor. I xi 11 M ; 1111111111. I M t I : I J M 11111111>: ...1 t ; in :++++>
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belt another notch, keep 'the f
spirits high and support the revolu S I' i 'w

tion, he urges. -- h_ ."t.IN ,I)AI { :: :n
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own their own land, work for them- :1'
selves and be }
their own bosses. Instead -
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to work for the government I I tt:. .;r 'i EcOc'iiOW

on land owned by the government. !
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But, I doubt that their people, with 4 ; ia c: : .
ever-tightening belts and shrink-

ing stomachs, will agree that it's ?. M} i::}..:.. :. o; '

progress.
The one thing Communist lead-

ers appear unwilling to do, that
would go far to solve their prob-
lems in agriculture is to permit
their farmers to own the land, live-

stock and equipment, give them
sufficent machinery and fertilizer I I

and let them sell their commodities I J
where they can get the best price.
That is the system that has put
American agriculture way out in
front and made ours a nation of

surplus production. That it COULD .
work in Communist countries is
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evident from Russian statistics.The .
small plots Russian peasantsare

permitted to own represent

only 4 per cent of the total arable, ...
land,.yet this small amount of individual I : 4
effort produces 50 per cent t
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of the country's milk, 25 per cent I .o' : :k.
of the pork, 65 per cent of the po-
tatoes and cabbages 47 per cent of
all meat and 82 per cent of the
newest member the Standard
eggs. of family
So what do the Russian peasantsdo I

? Why, naturally they work
harder for themselves than they s
do on the big communal farms.be- 5; ECONOMY CROWN GASOLINE

cause what they produce on their
own they can sell. It they weren't .
permitted to do it and sell cash Something new at your Standard Oil station! Economy Crown Gasoline
crops, the Russian food shortage -newest member of the Standard Oil family of dependable motor fuels, :
would,assume famine proportions. for generations the most popular in Florida. .

ECONOMY CROWN is a new, lower-priced gasoline-designed fore.' cmu nmam
The spur of individual profit incentive the many cars on the road that cannot take advantage of extra anti-knock --
has been lost in the Com quality. Supplies all the power such cars can use-at a saving*

munist effort to substitute the wel- Improved CROWN GASOLINE. Users of regular grade gasoline will r s"
fare of the state for the welfare of find a new gasoline value in improved Crown Gasoline-now at an
the individual. It may sound goodin high in quality. Moves your car up in performance while holding palltime J

theory, but it just doesn't work driving costs down. ; '

out in practice.No Improved CROWN EXTRA: The popular premium gasoline now at an '-
system is perfect, not .even all-time high in anti-knock quality-designed for those cars requiring '
the finest in performance characteristics. .
our own, because the manner in
M. I. KEEN AGENT
which a system operates dependson Stop at ,a Standard Oil station todajr for the dependable gasoline that*' ,

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