The Everglades news
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 Material Information
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 3, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
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System ID: UF00079910:00063
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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t.t.I I Anderson Chastain OLD 113 WILL BE PUT BACK IN' SERVICE New Roads Are NeededTo .

I Funeral Services Aid Sugar Boom

Funeral services for AndersonH. arM
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Chastain, 52, were held at ihs John Stanton Smith 'We're in a jam," County Com-

Canal Point Baptist Church Sunday missioner Paul Rardin told other

afternoon with the'pastor Rev. Arrives In Georgia members of the board inVest

He Palm Beach Monday when he asked
Charles D. Stewart officiating.
John Stanton Smith put in his for help in building miles and mile

was assisted by the pastor of the appearance in Tifton, Ga., on Monday of county roads to meet the oncoming -

( Canal Point Methodist Church, F'eb. 27, and will be.a regular sugar boom in the Glades. Rar-

Rev. Robert Shelley. boarder at the home of Mr. and din continued: "With three sugar
Active pallbearers were: J. S. Smith ?IS
Mrs. Sidney Smith. Mrs. mills planned and two already under -
Atkins, Dewey P. Hughes, Thomas ) L ItL -- :. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. construction, roads are an important -

Handley, James Lamb, ,Francis z''a Stanton Chastain of Pahokee and part of our economy ani

.. Cross,J. E. Williams, Laith,. Nall, ...:xa,......: :."''-pp will be remembered by her many something must be done at once."
and Dr. W. T. Gist. Burial was at
Above is shown the old locomotive, No. 113, retired a few short friends as-Miss Dorothy The Glades commissioner also told
Port Mayaca Cemetery. years ago at the Bryant plantation of the U. S. Sugar Corporationwhen The new father is a brother of R. T. the board that two huge sugar mills,

Survivors include the widow a shiny new diesel electric locomotive was purchased in an _Smith of Canal Point. The young are now in operation in the area.

Hazel Canal Point; three brothers ecenomy move.Harry T. Vaughn, president of the Corporation, on an man's weight was not reported to Secondary road money which
J.' S. Chastain Pahokee R. L. inspection trip a few days ago announced that No. 113 will be pressed the baby editor of this newspaperbut comes through expenditures by the

(Sam) Chastain, Palm Beach and into service when the new mill is opened for operation at Bryant No- we're guessing that in the eyes State Road department bring road
1 O. H. Chastain Thomasville Ga., vember 1, 1962. When asked why the move to put the faithful old of his Pahokee grandfather he is'a amount
costs to
and three sisters Mrs. Thomas engine back into service, Mr. Vauhn said; "Well, a new diesel wow construction an
cost around $100,000." dandy young man. that cannot be afforded for Yarm-
.1 Arnold Winter Garden, :Mrs. E. E
to-market roads in the Glades, Rar
: Gibson, Thomasville, Ga., and Mrs.J. .
J din told the board. He cited con-
L. McCord Miami. Canal Point Principal Life Of Georgia.Man New Concrete Plant struction of the Muck City road-

The deceased was a Charter I ... five miles! which cost in the
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ti t rOo : l '' neighborhood of half million dol
the Canal Point Baptist Church, Ready Trial Run lars. "We can get by with county
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roads that cost only between $10-
al Point Lions Club and member of .f .. "
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1 $20,000 per com-
B. P. O. Elks Lodge No. 1638 in Construction is almost completeon
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Pahokee. Yo:; the new' Redi-mix plant.for .
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Anderson,. son,of .Thomas--Mack I .df ;" Shirley Brothers:at their Pahokee and
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and Mamie S. Chastain was born I v' ?f1.: : ; concrete plant. The new plant instructed the county engineer to

June 26, 1908 on a farm in Grady, i being erected in anticipation of ad- make an attempt to find out from

County,* Georgia, one of seven. kf ayx; xw M ded business\ which is sure to,cone the State Road Department in Tal-,
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children. He attended 'schools In .<"w ,. .<. h.ffir'< .<' << with the sugar boom in the Canal
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Thomasville and was graduatedfrom .. v.. .. ,.,..,..,.." =,:; : .: la: Point area.
p:7 forthcoming in this time of
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Thomasville High School) 1 ..: : :". Workmen'have been busy for the

in football and t .. three weeks the new ency.
.where he was active ::: past building R.
County Engineer Stephen
other sports.He :..t.i t.: ;" and modern Redi-Mix plant and the Middleton related to members de
was ammried to Miss Hazel li management said that a trial run
tails of amendments to a proposedbill
:Mr. and Mrs. A. ; < would be made this weekIn
Pugh, daughter probably I'
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M. Pugh of Thomasville on January ,'''' '''> announcing construction of
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22, 1929.: To this union Mack was gc :. ....< ",: the plant a few weeks ago Shirley j 'tax be turned over to ,the
5 1929 and died \ Brothers had the following to :
born December say
Y'i '$< ..j : counties f on use in construction and
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1938. Brothers and -
November Shirley own operate
maintenance of roads and bridgesor
He came to Canal Point on December <, a modern Redi-Mix plant in reduction of bonded indebtedness. -
28, 1929 where he first en- Chosen on State Road 715 and the
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gaged in hauling produce and That is not a fishing pole that To his many friends in the Ever- decision to expand their facilities In "This way" Middleton explained

later movedhis family here and began Principal W. W. White of Canal glades he is familiarly known as this immediate area came after a "the county could specify the de-
small increasing "Batch". Of he is at the of
farming in a way course full and complete study poten-
Point School is holding. Neither is sign of the road depending on its
his operations as the years head of the Life of Georgia Insur- tial demands for their products.The local
be used of use and .the availability of
passed. In the late thirties and it a on any ance Agency in Pahokee and his Shirley concern, through the construction materials. For example -

early forties he joined with his the youngsters in the school. The group has won about every honor years of its operation,.has gained a In many places we now use .

brothers in the purchase development popular school man was in the act that the home office has to offer wide circle of friends who have shell instead of limestone for roads.'

and operation of a large tract of lowering a radio antenna on an for excellent sales in leading all learned that quality and serviceare Middleton added "There is plentyof

of virgin land at Sand Cut four automobile when the photographer other divisions in the southeastern among its first attributes.The I Glades rock in roads already

miles north of Canal Point.In this happened along. United States.BLOOMING new plant will have a capacity -
built and there is less than a five
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undertaking he continued of around 400 tons
cent failure record for these
: and successfully until he was AZALEAS mix daily and is being built to service roads."
In 1960.. Belle Glade AsksFourLaningUS441 I of construction job.
stricken February Do you know where azaleas grow any type The, change in control of the
He loved farming and was active in Pahokee? The; garden editor of The new plant should be in opera- funds from the State Road Dept.tothe :

; daily in the direction and supervision The Everglades News has seen one tion early in February of this.year. county could undergo two-

of 'his farming interests, pos- clump of beautifully blooming year trial period before the 1963
aessing at all times the knowledgeand few far be- I
azaleas. They are and legislature, Middleton said.
judgment required to make his The county commission this week tween on the muck. At the home of Parking Area Gets .. .
successful in this field. He
efforts adopted a resolution to aid neigh- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vandegrift of '
had great faith in the future of Pahokee, you can see this beautiful
FinalTouches On
this country and especially the po- boring Highlands County in a move blooming flower.Ladies Asphalt ToppingThe .

tentials of the mucklands. for reconstruction _of State Road ,

He was especialy skilled in hand- 70 across the state.The commission New ParsonageWorkmen
ling of labor holding their confi- voted to lend its support to the pro- Night Plan parking area in front of the

dence and respect and rarely did posal if it did not mean transfer of New Pahokee gym has been black-

his; operations suffer from lack of primary road funds out of Palm topped with asphalt. School Board are busy this week \
For Wives
Rotary announcedthe
Member T. W. Knight,
help. His honesty and kindly dispo- Beach County. putting the final touches on the
made for him County Commis- improvement this week, follow-
sition manyfriends The Highlands
Canal Point Methodist Church Par-
and accounted for his human and sion asks the county board to sup- Hank Aldridge and his ing the completion of work done
President: by an asphalt concern out of West sonage. The parsonage is located ,
public relations. port the move by adopting a resolution -
working committees have perfected Third Street and is modem
Palm Beach. High school principal, on a
Out of town relatives who at- to the state road department
tended the funeral were: Oscar' asking that the project be carried! plans for Ladies Night which is Brooks Henderson was responsible and up-to-date CBS building. The !

Chastain, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gib- held annually by the Pahokee Rot- for the striping of the parking area new parsonage contains three bed- '

son, Mr. and Mrs.Jeff Golden, Jr., out.A request from the City of Belle ary Club. He announces that the and from,all appearances has donean rooms and.is modern in every par- II!

James Lamb of Thomasville, Ga.; Glade asking county commission annual affair',will be held tonight excellent job. ticular. :

:Mrs.: Guy VanLandingham and Mr. support for four-laning State Road (Friday) at the Elks social club School officials are to be con- Stucco workers this -'week are i

and Mrs. Alton Hall of Cairo, Ga.; 15 (U. S. 441) from Belle Glade to room. gratulated for this wonderful'improvement making the final touches under i

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Griffies and I the County Office Building the As'usual an interesting program which has been needed their contractor, Joe Guerry Tr.. I

son. Marc, of Calhoun, Ga; W. T. Glades, was referred to the state '. baa been arranged and the visiting for a long, long time* Now automobiles of Belle Glade. Upon completion I

Pugh of Covington, La.;Mrs. Clyde road department for study. ladies not only will be served. a are 'parked in an orderly the new parsonage will be a handsome ;

Riley of Monticello; FLa.; Mr. and In another action on roads the I sumptuous meal-but win receive manner in front' of the Band Build- addition td'the'townsite' of .

(continued on Pee 8) (continued on page B). the usual sot veer of the occasion. ing and the gymnasium. Canal Point. ...

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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, March 3, 19AI
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I Farmers Who Grow., acreage. !information: ,is on file at I Local Cattle Win' ,
the county'office. He asks farmers'
'I At Orlando Fair
cooperation in providing Information -
Grain Should Call '
I" that will be needed before a i
Peggy Bitting, daughter of Mr.and .-
I program can be put in effect. 'I: Mrs. Bruce Bitting of Canal
AgricultureAgeilt !', Intercr'ed farmers are awed: toi'I I Point received a first-place blue .

bring to the county ASC office \[!ribbon and grand champion rosette -
their records of the acreage of!!! for the Dutch Belted heifer calf
I Farmers in Palm Beach County cropland used for field corn, grain I I I which she showed at the State 4-H,
I who may be Interested in a possible sorghums, oats, barley, and other j I Dairy[ Show in Orlando. She is a
feed grain production adjustment crops for the 2 crop years 1959 and member of the Canal Point 4-H S
I program in 1961 are urged to cail 1960. The'report should be on the j i Club.

... I at the County Agricultural Stabilization I I basis of the acreage planted and J'J'I I Three Canal Point 4-H boys also i J
and Conservation office, ac- the use made of the crop produced. exhibited cattle at the State Show: 1j

The Rardin... Building- Canal Point, Florida cording to A. R. Harrington Chair- Accurate information must be obtained Orren Bitting, Dutch Belted heifer
\ man of the ASC County Committee. immediately for possible calf, second-place blue ribbon and ..
THE'LAKE OKEECHOBEE; REGION HOME OF The request is made to farmers establishment of farm feed gram reserve champion rosette; Mike

at, this time because farm feed. base acreages. McCall Ayrshire junior yearling
THE EVERGLADES NEWS: grain and other crop acreage in- Since Palm Beach County *s :!:heifer, third-place white ribbon;

.formation ,will be needed for any classed as a minor feed grain producing and Teddy McCall, Ayrshire senior ,
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region Without feed grain program that may 'be area, only interested farm- yearling heifer, third-place white
Interruption Every Week for'More Than 30 Years I authorized for the coming crop sea ers are being asked to make re- ribbon. Teddy was a member of the

Established March II, 1924 Published Every Friday son. ports. In counties classed as major Palm Beach County 4-H Dairy Cat-
Subscription Price $2.00 'Year In Advance I Farmers who supply feed'grain feed grain producing areas, acreage tle Judging Team which placed
t and other acreage figures at this!!I! reports are being obtained for ninth in the top ten teams at the I
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn time will not be obligated to par all farms. Show. I
'. 'Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter / I ticipate in a feed grain program if]I : .. .
one becomes available but will be Mr. and Mrs. H. O'Connell The March meeting of the Sod I II
\. Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher eligible to participate. However 1 1I were recent visitors in New Smyrna -I Busters Garden Club members will i;

.r.- I Mr. Harrington points out that a Beach, as guest of their son-in- be held at_Mrs. Barbara Wilder's
program can be,quickly put into law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. on Bacom Point Road, Tuesday at
Here Is What Transpired At M nday's I operation "if the necessary farm Frank Sganga and family. 9:30 a. m.

Meeting Of The Palm 'Beach I

lDrrI''l'\-flf t''I'\W 1IIfff'l'\ l 7\W ,*,ITf'77'l rnrr fjr7\t'TIf"1'! fl'i"!fl ,t'i7\Y f7\'TIflf1'! r'l' \ I 7"YffIITf'lIff! \' !J fI tfl'\tlfl\'W'J'! ''!::
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1 The county commission took ers' bonding company to completethe ; ij
t' steps this week to secure some work inthe area.
30,000 yards of fill for park 'lands Voted '\o call on Florida's con- I

" adjacent to the 'Welcome Station gressional delegation in an attemptto Phone 511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade I
near Jupiter. get a 'release of fire fighting
Commissioner.'E' F. Van Keel equipment at International :Airport SALES and SERVICE ,
I". won support of the board for a pro- now on loan from the Airforce. :m I

posal to pay a dredging contractor Received bids 'on a number of '
, expenses for laying pipe to county' I pieces of road building equipment,1 Heating Air Conditioning Appliances 1

d!" park lands The contractor already trucks and for remodeling a sec-
has a spoil area designated but has tion of the court house'to providefor -;WM4&y&, : IIW.Y.liM: ; M JM&j.M" W.M J.V'ILii VL i."WIiL"' VAv. Y V AVA.V M V'MItA..VAA.VJIIIJJ.1AVJ A.DA.J1t....

offered to place the fill on county a microfilm room and to remodel -
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land for 15c a yard.Commissioner a door and install a ramp for
! Van Kessel told wheel chair traffic.Corbett .
, the board it would be advisable to -- -- .- -_ I
make flameless
, secure' the fill now available 'if it electricity
, could be secured at a price less than I Area Rules "
work for ]!
offered by the contractor. The: you .

I; board if agreed the price to support was reduced the proposal to- !!Are Made Public ( cy: ". .i

lOc a other:yard.In actions Monday theboard The J. W. Corbett Wildlife Man- : V the "matchless four I I'I'

agement Area was officially open- I MST .
Rescheduled its first March
ed to the public for multiple recreational -
meeting to March 17 since the
board members will be out, of town use during a formal will free you from washday drudgery...give .
meeting of the Game and FreshWater 'I'
the regular 'Monday date of
:March 13.Decided. Fish Commission at Tampa, you extra time for your family and more
Friday February 24, according to s
to consider at its next L. F. Gainey, Regional Manager, enjoyable activities 1
meeting a request from Palm
Everglades Region. Economical to use. J JI
Beach Sanitation Company for an The multiple recreational use of
increase in rates for garbage'pickups. the J. W. Corbett Area will furn-

ish camping, fishing and general I I'I j jI
Voted to call on the owner of the
sight-seeing to public.
Polo Club Estates Plat 2, to aban- Through Commission action, the I .
don the plat and if this cannot be following rules and regulationswere ,. ?
worked out to call on the developI. for the '
adopted multiple use I BUVNOW r :
program in the J. W. Corbett Wildlife '
Management Area. a flameless automatic .. Jill
1. No guns.dogs or trapping devices -
allowed except during hunt- ELECTRIC"q I
ing season.
(2)) No. fires allowed except a CLOTHES WASHER \

camp fires. : washes cleaner... keeps clothes f
3. Enter and leave ,the area by
new-looking longer. ,
the North checking station (S. R.
Highway 710)). I
4. Do not disturb Commission
a property. CLOTHES DRYER

5. Do not dig up or cut trees., ends lifting, lugging and hanging...
plants orvegetation of any kind. Is surer than Florida sunshine.
6. No not molest the game. I
7; The use of airboats prohibited.

8. No permanent camp struct- : "SIT-DOWN" IRONER : .
ures permitted.'
9. Remember this is your area, t does professional Ironing
8:15 jN1GlITlT --e treat it as such.F. while you sit relaxed. I

: .. K. Jones Wildlife Biologist on ':-
- unn$n I the J. W. Corbett Area warned that I .
this multiple use program was on a WATER HEATERno
trial basis and the conduct of the
flame, no fumes..clean, safe modern. ?
4a fishermen and the public, in general Y t

will determine how long the .1 ;f5 :

ADM. 25C 4r'FREE PARKING area will remain open. Modern rural homes have FLAMELESS automatic j
Jones added that ths multipleuse
to the J. ALL-ELECTRIC Laundries. HOn <
r program applies only
:: W. Corbett Area and not to the '
DAILY DOUBLE lf 2nd the farm and in the hornet REDDY is .
-I Indian Trail property, which ,ad- rr -
luxuttcvsCLUBHOUSE joins the state owned lands to the your full-time helper for part-time wages

south.--' .. -._ .:.: -the biggest bargain in your budget. _
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thahk every one who contributed rCTfitt-\\ ;
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money to make this Heart Fund See your electrical appliance dealer and enjoy washday freedom j
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Billy Graham In I GRADY TURNS 70 ,I II I Mrs. Rardin Will I
Mrs. H. G. Boynton entertained I

''I NOTES$ Florida Crusade with a birthday supper at their I Return This Week End 1 1I

iftRtSONALNEWS I I home February 23rd. in honor of I -- : i

MIAMI-If nothing else happens, her husband (Grady's) 70th birth.- Mrs. Paul Rardin, who was called !

the statewide Billy Graham Cru-I day. Guest included; Mr. and Mrs.,I to Orangeburg, S. C., because ofa

Mr. and Mrs.. Frarik. Crawford Mrs. Willard Garrett of. West sade will have been worth while. (Joe Tom Boynton and family of serious heart attack suffered by I'

have as their house guest his mother (I Palm Beach spent Friday and Saturday This is the consensus of those who I" Pahokee also Mr. and Mrs. Ruby her brother, Walter O. Strickland I
,- Mrs. F. M. Crawford also his in Pahokee with her parents have participated in the Crusade 1 Faulk and family of Belle Glade. will return to her home in Canal I

brother and sister-in-law, Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Singletary. that began Jan. 14 in Jacksonvilleand t v YCr- Point this weekend. Mrs. Rardin

Mrs. Eddie Crawford and baby of Walter Kautz attended a Farm will move into its second phase I Sonny Brown Home also visited her mother, 1lrs.V.. O.

Wjlliams. West Va. Bureau Presidents Conference m I March 5 for three weeks evangelistic Strickland in Glennville, Ga., while
Gainesville Monday and Tuesday of services in the Miami Beach Nearing Completion away. Her brother's doctors report

Mrs. Harvey Gough left last Friday -I this week., Convention Hall. I the young man who is 40, to be get-

by plane for Detroit, Michigan t J"J Weekend rallies in eight Florida I The new home being erected on ting along as well as can be expected ,

to bowl in the tournament with the : GolfCourse For cities, the first phase of the Crusade the Pahokee-Canal Point Road in after a coronary thrombosis. '

Marlette Bowling Team in that attracted record-breaking au I Pahokee by Mr. and Mrs. Sonny He will be hospitalized for another .

Sale On The Keys diences. Much has been accomplisned. I Brown, is %nearing completion. six weeks.
city.Mr. Painters are at work this week ad- I
and Mrs. John E. 'WIliams Want
KEY COLONY BEACH- Statistically approximately 150- ding the finishing touches to the
J and baby daughters Amy/ o and I i
to buy a golf course? 000 attended 10 weekend handsome exterior of the new :
Jean Beth of Orlando were the I persons Mrs. C. W. Ammons spent Tues I
An 18-hole course, a 500-seat rallies and 4,000 decisions structure. Sonny and his father, W.
week-end guest of his parents :Mr. I nearly day night in Wauchula with her I ,
convention hall and a 300-seat restaurant for Christ recorded. The audi- M. Brown, along with Sonny's
and Mrs. J. E. Williams. were brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and i
are among the properties i' ences included thousands ,of tour brother-in-law, Edwin Cowart of. Mrs. C. T. Hornesby. !

Mrs. Harold Bable and daughter offered for sale by developer F. P. ists who will carry home the storyof Canal Point have dorje the major- she accompanied them on Wednesday to Lake \j

Ruth of Norfolk, Va., are the house Sadowski at Key Colony Beach, the Florida Crusade. ,ity of the work in constructing the land.to visit their mother and to at- .

guest of her brother-in-faw.. Fla., so ,he can expand operationson Most important, perhaps, was new home. tend the funeral of a cousin Lake

sister, Mr. and Mrs.: Claude Santee. new subdivisions. Since the I the effect the rallies have had in i ---. Osborne, held in that city. I

former Detroit businessman began strengthening the faith of Christ CITY MANAGER QUITS I ------ -- ,
Mrs. Adaline Stuckey spent last developing the Central Keys area,
ians in of the state. I
every corner: I City Manager C. B. Talmadge in -
week-end in West Palm Beach as Crystal House Is
the population there has increased What happened in Jacksonville Orlando a surprise move at Tuesday night'scity \
guest,of Mrs. R. Weaver, while about 1,000 per ,cent.Controlled \
Clearwater St. Petersburg, j commission meeting submittedhis Appropriate Name
there she attended services at Oral f
Bradenton Tampa, Tallahasseeand resignation effective March 31
Roberts Crusade.
Diet Gainesville will no doubt hap- to accept a position as city administrator MIAMI BEACH A "glass y

I Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Whiteside Class PlannedA pen in Greater_Miami._ of College Park, Md. on house" overlooking the Atlantic ,

have as their guest his brotherinlaw .JJ April 1. The resignation was accepted Ocean is going up on :Miami Beach. .t

and sister Mr. and :Mrs. A. Controlled Diet course in a ARRIVE FROM ATLANTAMrs. with regret by the commis- Approximately named Crystal i

Denton of Owingsville, Ky. series of four classes will be givenin A. L. Stephens and daughter sion. Talmadge has been city man- House, the 13-story $5% million
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Pahokee and Belle Glade by the Pam, Atlanta will arrive in sion. Talmadge has been Belle apartment building is scheduled for
Trtr. and Mrs. G. T. Shelby Canal Point this weekend visit Glade since Oct. 1 I
Heart Association. The classes'wilJ to City manager a November opening Each of the

West Palm Beach visited her par- ,include instruction in controlled I :Mrs. Stevens' mother, Mrs ,Ollie 1958. 162 apartments will feature a glass 1

ents Mr. and Mrs. J. S.' Atkins in calories. Controlled fats, low sodium ,Adams on Lake Shore Drive. Mr. 4 sweep from ceiling to floor across

I .tf,I Pelican Lake over. 'the week-end, and bland diets. I Stephens will arrive from Atlantain New Meat Case At one entire wall of both living and ,
a week and the folks will return bedrooms. The front will rise .
and attended ,the funeral servicesof In Pahokee, Dr. William Gist, ] as one
Dr. R. L. Hatton, and Dr. F. with him to their home in the Geor- Jack Spencer Market I tremendous glass wall constructed ;

Anderson Chastian. Poteete will give the opening H'I gia City.CANAL. I 1----1 of aluminum framing and "sun !
Mrs. J. H. Miller spent several marks at each class at the shade" glass.
{ days last week in Miami as guest High School on March 7, 9, 14, and POINT W.S.C. SOCIETYThe j I the very best, Jack Spencer at .h.. --- .

{ of her son-in-law anddaughter Mr. 16th at 10:00 to 12:00 a. m. Miss Canal Point Methodist W. S. j Spencer's, Market in Pahokee, this CALLED TO JACKSONVILLE

and Mrs. Lou Lombard ,and baby Mary Anne Marshbourne, Nutritionist C. Swill have the regular meeting week had a new $2500.00 meat case Mrs. Adaline Stuckey was calledto
Lisa. will be assisted by Mrs. Kay Tuesday 8 p. m. in the Sunday installed. It is one of the very latest Jacksonville Sunday to attend

Latham, Home Service Representative School Building, Mrs. E. F. Hollon and modern design and Mr. Spencer the funeral of her brother-in-law

(, Warren Repper accompanied by of the Florida Power and will be hostess, and Mrs. Walter assures his patrons that meat I Lee McArthur. Mr. McArthur died

Vince Repper and Carol Watson at- Light Company, will prepare the i Kautz will present the program, coming out of it ia.properly refrig- Saturday and the funeral was held
tended the car races in Daytona foods proposed by the dietition. "Giving Thanks in Lent." I erated. I on Monday in that city.

Beach last Sunday.Mr. Those interested in enrolling in 1
the Controlled Diet classes at the I
and Mrs. J. C. Harris visited
Pahokee Hgh Schpol call Mrs. Guy
Mr. and Mrs. 'Buford Justice in 1.1 r NI
i Wood WY 6-3637.
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,Mr. and Mrs.: P.; M. Wilson accompanied Band Will Play At T I. We Ford Dealers, say: -a

I by Mrs. W. E. McCaU ;
Canal Pt. PTA Meet ,
i I and children spent the weekend in
Orlando. While there they were the '

t house guest of Mr. Wilson's sister, The March meeting of the Canal I > 1bu it

I Mrs.' E. L. Munsell. Point Parent Teacher Association name: '- ,
t will be held Monday night at the I : ,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bracewell hadas ;
: usual: time and place. Band Master / : _:._ _::.
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their weekend guest'their daughter M '
Robert O. Lampi and the Pahokee '
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Miss Carley Bracewell of < ,
-. High School Band will present the fei
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: Mrs. W. G. Lowe had as guest be an outstanding feature, also p':: .
last Sunday her son-in-law and Miss Sandra Lampi will try out in :tf 'f C

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Student Conducting. The programis
Geiger of West Palm Beach. made up of nine numbers.. .
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Wanda Joe\ and Lynn Lawary of t" : .
Belle Glade were weekend guest of Stars Are HonoredBy r can beat it .- '

their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mvs. Pahokee GroupMrs. I ,< ,
Leavy Rodgers.Mr. .

Angelea Sears and Jessie
and Mrs. R. S. Stokes accom-
Bordeaux, junior past matron and::
panied by their daughter, Mrs.
Ansil Holt attended the funeral junior past patron of the Pahokee :-:3-\: =
Chapter, Order of Eastern Star
services on Saturday of his nephew,
were honored at the chapter meet-
Marvin Stokes in Cocoa.
ing in the Masonic Hall, with Mrs.

Miss Elinor Brackin of Pahokeeand Ruth Meredith, worthy matron,

Miss Margie Raulerson of and Dewey Hughes, worthy patron, ,
II l Okeechobee visited Miss Brackin's presiding. Mrs. Jessie Barnes presented -

J'I parents Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Brackin the special program for the 1961 Ford Caluie dub Victoria
last weekend in Eagle Lake. honorees. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Agnerof

I t; j Mrs. George Ramey spent several Chicago I1L..were- visitors. Take; Challenge Ride-Get our Special March Challenge Deal! ':':

I days this week visiting Her son- Methodist Church Gets
; in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. We challenge yea to drive the 1961 Galaxie, COlDSEE HOW MUCH MORE
Hugh G. Miller HI, iA Rockledge. New Improvements pare its Thunderbird Y-8 power-pep-performance

t\, with any l high-priced car on the market! Compare its YOU GET FOR YOUR TRADE-IN I
Mr. and E. O. Winch have1d
A new entrance is Thunderbird with
being con-
hoadtinq-ceraering-comfort cars
: as their house guest Mr. and Mrs. WITH OUR SPECIAL ;
i; Clarence Backus of Star Lake, structed at the Pahokee Methodist costing much,mum more! Compare and yoo'II find no ;.
Church this week. The work is be: other fine built take care
is to
N. Y.t car so beautifully "
>t; ing done by'Carlos Orr, contractor. of MARCH CHALLENGE DEAL (
itself! Compare the deal we'lIaiye you on a
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stuart have New concrete steps and a new con-
I Galaxie with its fine-car features and! low Ford price I '
", as their house guest young Barry crete porch with a canopy are part .: '
Raineri of Pahokee while his mother of the construction which will lend \ Name Your favorite 1961 fine car! But before you Before you decide take a : t

Is visiting in Gainesville to the attractiveness"' of that build- spend hundreds, more, take our Galaxie Challenge ",. I
when Ride and compare. You'll find no other fine car can ;
I ing completed.BenefitDinner rom w
: Mr. and Mrs. ,Herbert Kali and __ CI. match that Thunderbird spirit and spice at the low ..'.. .
i family at Clewiston, also John Hall Ford price.No other fine car-can cut your operating
4..: of LaBelle were recent. visitors of By costs to the bone like Galaxie! ..;

their father Washington Hall who Church Of God FolksA After you've' enjoyed your Galaxie Challenge ,,'
.:f. is making his home with his son Ride we ask you to compare our Galaxie CHALLENGE RIDE .
Challenge Deal. You name it-car or deal-Calaxie to' ., I
:' P. E. Hall at Bryant. chicken benefit, dinner spon- can beat, iu F.D.A.F. ... '
j. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hooks had sored by the Ladies from the Chur- J
) Check Your Ford Dealers Money-Saving March Falcon Deals '"' <
ch Of God on Barfield Highway, \
as their weekend guest their son-in- .
will be held in the Pahokee Woman's ;

law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Club tonight from 5, until 8 PAHOKEE MOTOR COMPANY -

::Bob Harris and sons of West Palm p. m. Plates will be $1.00'for half .,

'Beach. Also their son, John How- fried chicken, two vegetables, PAHOKEE, FLORIDA -.'.
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Cocoanut Grove. ," ; deliveries if desiredtPhone 7870. ,, If You're Interested in!anUsed: Car-Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer ', > '

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:Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday March 3, 1961

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111r H.eart'Fund Drive City Finances To ,

Called SuccessfulThese Be Studied Mar. 12-15

cFr workers in Canal Point, GAINESVILLE The annual

Mrs. Elmer Maxson, Chairman; short course for municipal finance

Mrs. W. L. Blackwell, Mrs. James officers and city clerks ,has been

I Gibson, Mrs. James Weeks, and scheduled for March 12 15 at the
Mrs. Gann, took part in the Heart University Florida.
Fund Drive.during the week of Feb- Ths will ,mark the nineteenthyear
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ruary 19 through 26 and collected the course has been conducted
1 .- and turned in to the Heart Ass I; by the General Extension Divis-

ciation the sum of $129.44. Anyone ion of Florida in cooperation with
Canal Point The Church Of God Christian Science wishing to contribute may still do I II the Florida Chapter of the Munici-

Baptist Church Of Prophecy, Pahokee Group Of Canal PointA ,i so by contacting Mrs. Elmer Max- pal Finance Officers Association of
son in Canal Point. the United States and Canada. The

Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Canal Point Road hopeful message of universal Two special events planned by University of Florida and Florida
SUNDAY: freedom will be delivered in Chris- the Belle Glade Workers were; State University also are partici-
John H. Kinard
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 School tian Science churches Sunday in Heart Ball held at the Belle Glade pating in the three-day program.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship a.Sunday the Lesson-Sermon entitled "Man." Armory on Feb. 16, chairman, Mrs. Although primarily designed for
11:00 Service
6:30 p. m.-Training Union 745 a. m.-Preaching Evangelistic Service Man's rightful heritage of free- E. F. Mixson, cleared $700.00.II II municipal administrators, the "
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7:30 p. m.-EvenIng Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. dom will be brought out inhc Bowling Tournament, chairman'. course will be of interest to state
WEDNESDAY; Scriptural selections which include Mrs. Bill Graber, cleared $186.00. and county officials. Other city of-
8:00 W.'M.: B.
7:30 p. m. Thursday-
p. m.-Prayer. Meeting. Paul's advice to the ColossianS (3: This report came from Mrs. Guy ficials expected to attend are tre'asurers -
Everyone! welcome. Special music
and sin in. 9-11)): "Lie not one to another, see- I Wood of Belle Glade, secretary of collectors and assessors.A .
The Pahokee ChurchOf .. ing that ye have put off the old the Heart Association in Palm feature of this year's short
\ man with his deeds; and have puton Beach County. course will be concurrent group ses
The Nazarene Church .. .
The Methodist the new man, which is renewedin I --.- sions. These will be informal discussions -

71 Bacom Point Road Canal Point FloridaRobert knowledge after the image of I I Billy Graham Visit of specific problems in the
him that created him: where thereis fields of work simplification as-

\ Phone Charles 7528 F. Crauswell P. O. Box Pastor 882 A. Shelley, Pastor neither Greek nor Jew, circum- To.Draw 10,000 Folks sessing and collecting city taxes

I SUNDAY SERVICES: SUNDAY: cision !nor uncircumcision, Barbar- by a county payroll procedure for

v 9:45: a. m.-Sunday" School. 10:00 a. m.-Church School ian, Scythian, bond no free: but CLEWISTON With the speedof small cities, microfilming and indexing -

11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. 11:00: a. .-Morning Worship Christ is all and in all." a wind-driven grass fire, en- group insurance, pensions

6:30 p. m.-Juniors. 6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship From "Science and Health with thusiasm for the Billy Graham I I and additional fringe benefits;

7:00 p, m.-Sunday Evening 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Everglades Rally to be held here -
Evangelistic Service. MONDAY: Baker Eddy will be read (227:24- ,March 13 has raced around the
WEDNESDAY: ., 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice 26)): "Citizens of the world, accept shores of,Lake Okeechobee and CALLED TO GEORGIAMrs.

7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer rUESDAY: # glorious liberty;,of the childrenof through the Everglades. A. L. (Jack) Pope and Mrs.
\ meeting. 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st God,' and be free! This is your Clergymen and laymen from O. C. Roland were called to Georgiathis

"Where you are a stranger but Tuesday divine right." about 75 churches are giving their week because of the serious
once". 2nd MONDAY: .c full support and their utmost en- illness of their mother who is past "

7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting I General Meeting ergy to preparing for the rally at 90 years of age.Classified.
First.Methodist : Cane Field, Clewiston High School's
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Canal Point WMSThe I
football stadium, the Rev. L. T. .
Church Pahokee -
Fagan, general chairman, said to- ,
I SlllaCatho1ic February General meetingof Ads
Rev. T. C. O'Steen t the Canal Point Baptist WMS day.Additional seating is being installed -I I

SUNDAY: Church was held at the Church Feb. 27 at at Cane Field to accommodate r
9:45 a. m.;Church School 8 p. m. 10,000 persons, expected -I I I FOR SALE: New and used Willys

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Father Francis Fennech, Pastor Mrs. W. S. Evans, Chairman of attend the Rally which mushroomed Jeeps. Walter,Ashley's Garagein
6:45 p. m.-MYF Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. the lone Patterson Circle, 'presented from a proposed meeting be- Belle Glade Phone 3058.
Oct. 17-54-ch
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship Confessions before Mass. the program "Witness wherewe tween Seminole Indian pastors and

TUESDAY: are" Mrs. D. P. HugHes, General Dr. Billy Graham, the evangelist. SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your
,7:00 m.--Vesper Choir prac-
p.ticeWEDNESDAY: First Baptist Prayer Chariman, opened the meet Mi-: Beardsley is recruiting 300 name label shows you to be in
ing with prayer, and Mrs. Evans singers for the Rally Choir. Semi- arrear on payment. Send along

745p. m.-:Mid-week devotions Church, Pahokee gave the call to worship. : nole music will be included in the I that $2.00 payment now and we

8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac Evans also presented the Mrs'l program of the Rally, which will i will continue to send you this great
tice.Canal SUNDAY SERVICES: al, assisted by four other begin promptly af 7:30 Monday palladium of the family fireside.
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School The theme for 'the quarter ,'s i evening, March 13, at Cane Field The Everglades News, Canal Point,
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Christian Witnessing, and the pro- j Clewiston. Fla.
Point First 6:45 Union
p. m.-Training
gram was presented as the leader -- -
I SPARE ROOMS for rent? If
: p. m.-Evening Worship you
introduced American Witness
Baptist Church WEDNESDAY: our Lincoln Road Mall have one, get in touch with this
Yesterday, and Tomorrow,
8:00: p. m.-Prayer Meeting. Today \ I newspaper and insert a $1 classi-
with the members A Promenade
Elder R. E. Barfjeld following taking Quite ified ad. It will get results. All ads
Mrs. J. L. McCall Witness-
part: ,
:. payable in advance.The EvergladesNews
10:00 a. ra. 'Sunday School Church Of God ing in Florida, Mrs. Jake Williams, MIAMI BEACH-Shoppers along I Canal Point, Fla.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Witnessing in Alabama, Mrs. Grace Miami Beach's Lincoln Road Mall
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. Barfield Highway Strayer, Witnessing in Illinois, and are "all at sea" as they view the I i APARTMENTS are needed by
8:00: p. m.-Evening Worship Michigan Mrs. C. B. Jones, Witnessing latest exhibits along the 8-block many'folks coming into this area
WEDNDESDAY: 9:45 A. M.-SUnday School in Texas and then in closing promenade. Central attraction is a j I. to earn a living. Do you have one
11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship I for rent? Tell them and the world
m.-Midweek the Mrs. Evans pre-
7:30 p. Prayer program glass tank with baby nurse sharks
7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. B. (Par- $1 classified ad in these
through a
Service sented Love Constrains us to \Vit-I I and reef fish, part of the joint ex-
sonage) columns. Send
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: hibition by the University Miami along a descriptionof
7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship ness.Mrs. the apartment and a $1 bill andwe'll
7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary C.'D. Stewart, President, Marine Laboratory and the Sea-
7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting -
I do the rest. The EvergladesNews
I' the business session,
Meeting. presided over quarium. At one end of the Mall is
j 7:30 P. M. Fridaychildren's'Church with reports being given by differ- a giant stuffed mako shark. In Canal Point, Flat

Holy Nativity ent committies. Mrs. D. P. Hughes display cases are deepsea diving I FOR RENT: 40 ft. x 50 ft. ware-
7:30 P...M. Friday-Y. P. E. gave the following dates for tho equipment, oceanography ,displays house. Iquire at Pioneer Lumber
Episcopal ChurchPahokee Week of Prayer Home Missions: and oversized photographs: of ma- 'J Company, 310 S. Barfield Highway.
March 6 through March 10. Monday rine life. 'I M3chTravel

St. Peter's Lutheran :March 6 at 3 p. m. Tues&ay, .
I M. Wendell H nnilin, Vicar March 7 at 930a. m. Wednesday, --T- _- .J

SUNDAY: Church- Belle, Glade March 8 at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, .. .
10 a. m.-Sunday School \ March 9 at 9:30 a. m. and Friday, I
11 a. m.-Worship Service- August Koerber, Pastor March 10 at 7:30 p. m.
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601 W. Lake Rd., Belle. Glade As a special feature during the
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cross haveas SUNDAY: week of prayer.Mrs. Richard Hell
their guest her sister, Mrs. Nellie Divtne Services 11 A. M. er,' President of the Associational Air Is Fast
Reuter of West. -Palm. Beach. School 9:45 A. M. WMU will teach the mission study .

book, "The Dreamer: Cometh" at

1 aftry8to/ray8 9,at 7 p. m. There will be a social
.. hour during the book study and all

m"embers"of'the WMS are urged to
attend. All meetings for the week:

I flUJ 11liITfll'll} { \ }of prayer will be.. .at..the church. t

Eti "Coolest" House

i Built In I Hialeah

120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN HIALEABT One of the "coolest"

( ideas for home construction would
WE WORK FOR THE BEST/ IARKET JKTERESTC&PF, be 'utilization of"the tY'em'endouvapor' *
locking" qualities of' ahim-> (
WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTI- inum "reflectors" used in construction -


CONFIDENCE president of Aluminum Insulating

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The patented process features 11

.. SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p.m. I several aluminum "vapor barriers", '11
I made of aluminum_ sheeting sandwiched Sf
between ,outside;and,insidewalls BELLE GLADE PAHOKEE .
Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON ,.sealing out heat and moisture -J I

... while keeping interiors at desired Office Hours Other Day or Nite

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Course March 1314GAINESVILLE : ,.,-
::: .A joint meeting by FN
tives of several county >>
Advanced d consider the problem of : \

, studies in the problems of tax plan- being dumped on road
, insurance will be ways and on private
ning and life undertaken -
during the fourth annual voted this week by the
"' mission. I
life insurance conference on estate I I
planning'March 13 14 at the University -I Commissioner Lake :
of Florida. asked for the meeting, "
The conference is conducted each ing' all out and have a i: s;

year by the General Extension Di- these people who dump,
vision of Florida and the College of the right of way." SI
Business Administration of the Scheduled to attend
University of Florida. It is sponsored -i ence are representatives I
by the Florida Association of I I commission, health
Life Underwriters. I mosquito control division ,1
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About 100 life underwriters, attorneys i office, county solicitor -- ';
accountants and trust officers county engineer's office. i
.engaged in estate planningare Meantime the \I
expected for the two-day meet- proved the appointment of :: TO .
Ing. They will hear lectures and deputy for enforcement TAMPA. ,
discussions on commercial and pro-. prohibiting residents I 4
fessional partnerships, stock redemption ing garbage along road I
use of trusts'and'life-insurance way. ..
in estate plans, capital .a. I PLANT.FOOD, J
gifts and bequests to charity. Miss Florida, ,
Three nationally known author- PASTURES 1
ities in the,estate planning field Be Chosen & .
have been named special consult ants to1 the conference. They are! SARASOTA-The ), CROPS
Charles B. McCaffrey, lecturer in Pageant of 1961, now in ANIMALS
advanced underwriting in the grad- year at Sarasota, is
uate division of the Wharton ger and better
School, University of Pennsylvania; ever. .
William R. Huey, Jr., assistant ad- Response to letters of ff[
vanced underwriting consultant for which were mailed from
the Provident Mutual Life Insur-' Florida I.Pageant office I
ance Co. of Philadelphia; and Stan- sponsor/and all Junior- I a
ton G. Hale, 'vice president :for of Commerce in the "
\ sales, The-Mutual Life Insurance ahead of any previous I I 1
Company of New York. cities, universities 1i i 'Folks
izations which are new I I
Florida Pageant p r : i Of S. ,Fla.
Cpl. James L/Hall,'Jr., of the U. I
indicated, will hold
S. Marines, 'New River Marine they ?
tests to the I More than,100 persona
Base, ,Jacksonville, ..N C. is the preliminary
ida and Miss America from Boca Raton
of his mother"Mrs.Kenneth
guest take ,,look at the Uni-
The pageant will beh. a
Hitchcock. sota's municipal South'F1orida" and get
2024. The winner of the' to the problems in
I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Singletary had ida Pageant, will again,, starting a university
as their guest last week her cousins past, represent the : .
'Mr. and 'Mrs. Alton ''Hall of Miss America contest in I represented the Uni-
Cairo Ga. City next fall. Committee..
I County Resources
Board. They were
l Dr. John S. Allen, presi-
I along with Tampa'a -

\ Mroofa i 7"J"f.: Lane Hillsborough. and coordinator-di-represent-County

I I Boca Committee Raton Univer-. said

.. group included more '
the Palm Beach
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,. Delegation and
: a tour of the campus
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I Rained is visiting her
I and daughter, Mr. and .
I Haley and babies in
The Haley's are par-
ree year old son and a

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Sure, sKe's a grand old, flag! .

That's' why we salute her. 'I '

That's why we pledge allegiance to her.

That pledge, in its simplest terms,
Is another way of saying, "Count me b
in. You're my country and I love you.- new air con !
and need you. Your problems are .
my problems, and I'm with you r has serv
all the way."
cool mornings
Your country's biggest single
problem is the perpetual responsibilityfor on hot sultry .
keeping the peace its people i ; :
f want. You can help with this r' -
problem by remembering this: ;

Peace costs money. Money for I we make now

military and industrial strength. ,. ; '
... friends &
Money for science and education. a
And money saved by individualsby >zr the next time
you--to help keep the economy I
strong. Bonds orovide this money. atmosphere. .

Buy r Help TI Strengthen S. : ; : Store i .

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doer this advert;;ling t
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s,' Page Eight The Everglades Newa Canal Point, Florida Friday, March 3, 1961

\ ,.' Belle, Glade-Asks- Migrant Law PlanIs Anderson Chastaincontinued I Speckled PerchByTheBucketful Blanton Erect&Homes UnwinTo ,

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commission voted to push for an IntroducedAn Mrs. Thomas Handley of Salt
Blanton and Unwin in the late
::;:. early start on extension of Kirk Springs, Fla.; Mrs. Josie Barwick,
I after are off the land
: Road and also' agreed. to build a Livingston Barwick and Mrs. Pearl crops
11-point legislative program Catching speckled perch by the :will start a subdivision oh Bacom
bridge on Purdy Lane to serve anew Knight of Melbourne, Fla.
"intended to stop present hardshipand tubful. Or maybe by the small Point Road in Pahokee which ulti-
school area by January next Mr. and Mrs. Don Hammon and 1
t year. injustice among migratory Mr. and Mrs. John Williams of Or- baskeifull. That's the way they've I mately'will contain 32 houses. The
workers while laying a firm foundation been catching them in Canal Point land was purchased recently from
also voted fora Harold Mo-
The board support lando; Mr. and Mrs.
for action When lovers of the piscatorial Ed Olson.
long-range was recently.
resolution to the state utUitie3 Guire of Ocoee; Mr. and Mrs.
that introduced in the U. S. Senate Tuesday Winter Garden pastime find the Hurricane The city council has approved the
commission asking a request Thomas Arnold of ;
by Sen. Harrison Williams cf Gate open, they know that it is plat for the subdivision and the
from Tamiami Trail Tours to do Mrs.Ruth Yarborough of Umatilla;
New Jersey. : time for speckled perch to bite. new location will be known as
Palm Beach of
business in County oe Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Chastain
given careful consideration. The Williams said the bill was pri- Palm Beach, Mrs. A. Dominique, Intermittently, since Christmas, Royal Palm Manor, according to
to American speckled perch have provided a the filed plat.Recently .
resolution was adopted without the marily designed help Mrs. Onie Shea, Mrs. Penny Hutch- I
vote of Commissioner Paul Rardin migrant farm hands, and added i ins, Brook Carter, Mr. and Mrs. L. splendid pastime for those who en- the plat for Observa-

who said he was abstaining from that Florida{ and Texas would be H. Jones, L. L. Barwick and son joy outwitting members of the fin- tion Heights was approved. Thisis

voting for lack of sufficient infor-. the states most affected by the Duke and Mrs. Pearl Handley, all ny tribe. Here in Canal Point fish located next to Vetville, southof '
measure. ermen have found a true bonanza.It Greenacres Avenue in the south-
mation on the subject. of West Palm Beach; Capt. an'.l1Irs.
I The bills would (1) Establish is for east residential area, which is to
Request for the resolution came : : John Kruze, Lake Worth; nothing an inexperienced
to the county board from Grey- collective bargaining proceduresfor Corpl. James L. Hall, Marine Base, fisherman to catch the limit withina be started with the developmentof

hound Bus Lines which,said it had farm workers; Jacksonville N. C. couple hours. 12 lots.
served they county well for more (2) Initiate a program intended Lib Barwick, Fort Lauderdale; Expert fishermen such as Ray The council awarded the annual

than 30 years and that the propoSed to stabilize the migrant worker Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barwick and Hawk, Little Buck, O. C. Roland contracts to furnish gasoline and

service from Tamiami Trail. force and increase skills; E. W. Barwick of Pompano, Mr. and Yankee George catch the limitin oil for city owned vehicles to Tex-

Tours is not needed. (3) Authorize $3 million annu- and Mrs. J. L. McCord,Mr.and Mrs. a very few minutes. aco Company and the Standard Oil
in federal to m as low bidders.CLASSIFIED .
ally grants encouragelocal Company
Ralph Bolick and D.: Nelson of -
'l" and state health programs; Horace Scruggs, student at U. of -
; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Billings
County Wants CityToHaveBuilding I (4) Authorize, on a matching Nick and Mildred Hodson, Mrs.. C. F. spent last weekend with his par- ADS
basis, up to $750,000 annually to W. Connally and W. C. Connallyof ents, Mr.,, nd Mrs.-A. H. Scruggs. FAY BIG DIVIDENDS
states and local communities to
Coral Gables.Registar. . . .
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provide, day-care facilities for mi- Hf I I I I I tt I I I I 1 1 I I I I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 H iH'I' III II I H I I I >
County Commissioners this week grant children;

are considering possibilities of (5) Establish a citizens' councilon Asking THEATRESP

meeting a request from the City of migratory worker problems;
West Palm Beach for purchase :f ((6) Establish a four-stage minimum
the former health department wage; $27,000 EquipmentThe LAKE DRIVE-IN

building which the county has up (7) Improve educational oppor-,

for sale. tunities for migrant workers; county commission indicatedthis Pahokee ; Pahokee-Belle. Glade Road
The located in West (8) education -
building Improve oppor- with
week that it will go along ..-
Palm Beach, has been appraised at tunities for their children; County Registrar Dan Gorham *or 2 BIO FEATURES -
some $22,000. The municipality of- (9) Require registration of agricultural TUESDAYMARCH
the purchase of an addressograph SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY SUNDAY-MONDAY-
fered the $23,000' for the labor contractors ,
county ; system for handling voter's: regi- 5-6-7
structure if a time payment; arrangement 110) Prohibit agricultural. child strations.The MARCH 5-6-'J I

can be :worked out:. labor; and modern system, Gorham told "FROM- THE ,
Both Commissioners E. F. Van (11) Provide insured and direct about "ESTHER AND
roo the commission will cost TERRACE"PAUL
Kessel and Lake Lytal said they loans to farmers for constructionof
$27,000 and will save $20,000in
favored with the worker KING"JOAN PAUL NEWMAN AND
an arrangement migratory housing. .
its first of operation.The
year -
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city-even tothe extent of sacrific < would JOANNE\VOOD\VARD
commission said it 'COLLINS
ing a sum that might be posted if HOUSE GUESTSMr. I AISO-
consider Gorham's. request duringthe RICHARD EGAN AND
the for bids.. and Mrs. G. L. Lanham hadas
building was put up sessions. "
mid-summer budget DENIS O'DEA 13 Fighting Men"r.
The city indicated the building their house guest during the The registrar told the commis-
would be used to house an expanding weekend Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
sion that he would make the voters 1111II1 i II to I : 1 11111 I I r f f II I 1111I
engineering department. Olinstead of Madison, Ind., also Mr. at far IIIIII. I Ia
lists available upon request _
Funds from the sale of the build- and Mrs. Shedd Wanderly of co- for
less cost than is- now charged
ing are earmarked to help pay part lumbia City, Ind. The Olmsteadsand taking the list off the books by 1 rt 1111111 : 111111 :" i H H-i- HI'M- t II II II II I"III i I J.
of the construction costs of the. Wanderlys were on a sightseeing hand. "

county's new,health building. I tour through Florida. Gorham also asked the commis

sion to hold an early conferencefor

the purpose of working out any 1
..- changes needed in present voting 1I

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I '500 More Phones In I ,.z,:: I

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i Belle Glade Area. .

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One way to measure. the growthof

Belle Glade and surrounding Yes Funds Are "

communities is by comparing the I ,

number of telephone directors ')a-

ing delivered this week with the
number distributed last year at Again Available For

the same time. .
Some 5,500 new directories are

going to home and businesses.
I I Southern Bell's Group Manager, Financing New Homes

I Bob Lee, says this compares with
about 5,000 delivered in -March, .
I .
1960. It's easier than think to
I The new telephone directory has you
many new and changed listings. It
is easily distinguished from the old own your own home. Turn

green covered telephone book by
its', new and modern design. those rent receipts into home

The classified section Yellow

.. Pages contains listings for buSIness payments. Come in and see,usv ,

Telephone subscribers under
:. .
'-.'"., ;< >;- alphabetical headings by their bus- today. We will be happy to discuss -

l inesses or professions.Mr. .
Lee asks that the old direct- home ownership
fr ories be discarded and the new

Exposed concrete bloek walls add beauty modern one telephone referred numbers.to when You looking should call"information" up plans with you. We have help-

design to today's fthest homes and at the same time
when the
save you dollars and dollars on expensive interior only num- ed a majority of Glades Folksin
ber you want is not in the new di-
finishing and upkeep. Masonry paints are now rectory.

available in many beautiful decorator colors fbr financing let us help you!
complete harmony of masonry walls and other interior

decorations. For quality block precision made on Belle Glade Rotary .

Stearns equipment see us today. Club 25 Years Old

USE CONCRETE MASONRY FOR STRUCTURAL BEAUT1 Pahokee Rotarians journeyed to i I, I

Belle Glade last Friday to participate I .
in the Belle Glade Club's 25th

anniversary program.The I

Pahokee Rotary Club 'was

sponsor of the Belle Glade Rotary Everglades FederalSAVINGS

cw'i: Club when the latter was organizedand
received its chamber 25 years
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Seaman Boyd Vorhees is visitinghis AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION
_PAHOKEE, FLA. BELLE: GLADE, FLA. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bovd
Vorhees. I I .. .. W. ATZ. "B" BZLLS GLADE FHOKB' WY won .
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