The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 24, 1961
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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USSC Pres. Harry T. Vaughn Says County Goes Into.

Joint Effort With Savannah Sugar Whiskey Business 2 Miles US27 Hendry

\ -- Refinery Deferred For Time Being Over Rardin Vote

.' County East This YearFuture
ASSURED j I The addition of a cocktail loungeto

I J facilities at International Air-

f There will be no sugar refinery Men From Boe's On ] previously V 4
1 constructed at Bryant for the time Farmers In The long awaited, muchneededand
F' being, according' to a statement Trip To Amana Co.D. proved itself Friday to still be an widely discussed reconstruction
Regular Meeting
made to The Everglades News issue between members of the of U. S. 27 from the Hendry
:. Wednesday morning by Harry T. B. Ma this'and Art''' Powell ef board.A county line to a spot near Bare
; Vaughn president of the U. ?. Boe's in Pahokee returned by jet motion by Commissioner E. F. The Pahokee Future Farmersof Beach for, a distance of about 2f _
1\, Sugar Corp., at Clewiston, Construction Saturday night from Cedar Rapids, Van Kessel for the county to apply America chapter held its regular miles will get underway in the com ;
of the new $12,000,000 Iowa, where they visited the manu- .for a beverage license for the air- meeting Monday, March 21. There ing State Road Department Budget ''i!
I sugar mill will go ahead according I facturing plant and colony of port brought support from all mem- were 28 members and one. guest I year, according to a statement if
to schedule, the sugar company : Amana food freezers and air con bers except Commissioner Paul present. made by Road Board Member John '.
{. president said. ditioners. They were gone only a Rardin who was bitterly opposedsuch Herbert L. Chapman of the Monahan :Monday. Mr. Monah ,
k The refinery project was to have few days and were transported by a move right from the outset. Everglades Experiment Station, told members of the Palm Beach
\ been a joint effort of the Savaii jet plane on the educational-sales Rardin also registered a nega- Belle Glade, spoke t6 ,the boys on County Commission that the work ;
nab Sugar Refinery and the U., S. I trip.The tive vote on a proposal by Commissioner "Feeding Beef Cattle On Pasture". will be(started after July 1, 1961. .I
Sugar Corp., and the two groups Amana colony is located '18 Lake Lytal to call for bids I The Chapter reported eight acres The piece of highway-the most
have been unable to agree on the I miles from Cedar Rapids and is a for operation of the lounge. planted in corn for winter feed. disgraceful in Florida-has been
j construction. of the refinery, therefore I community of 1500 people of German The Glades commissioner also The cattle judging team placed 3rd, talked about and cussed from every tangle
.# it has been' deferred for the decent. They manufacture lir I registered a negative vote to a in State. The Parliamentary Pro- through the years and 1iv shave ; time being. r conditioners, freezers, refrigerators motion ''which call tf,10r hiring-: ceedure Team has been organizedand : been lost while-the discussion r
(r Lawton Calhoun, executive" vice furniture and many other Items architect to make plans for the air plans are being' made, to par- went on. Now with. a definite
t.' president of the Savannah Refinery sold on the market throughout port lounge and needed rest ,roo-n I I ticipate in the Sub-District Me*- i pledge from Governor Bryant's new

' said it had previously been announced America.- --- -....r. I facilities. ing May 5th.: I i board member, maybe something
t such a refinery would have Van Kessel said his principal will be done.Members .
1 a capacity of one million bags of; Local Ford-Men reason for making application *or I Back To Work Plan j of the Palm Beach
granulated sugar a year and would the beverage license is that every' board told Mr. Monahan Monday
get its raw sugar from a mill which other airport in the country com- that right-of-way has been secured
,I' U. S. Sugar would build in Bryant. Honored For Sales paring in size to International Air-1 For Co. PrisonersThe and ready from the Hendry county
The proposed refinery was to port has such an operation; he said line_east. for a distance of nearly .
) have been completed, by 1962. It I the action is a means of raising ad- five 'miles. But. the road board
f was to serve southern Florida. Mr. Hub Snooner Mgr. and Glynn C. ditional funds to help pay for airport county commissiop planneda member said funds would not be
Calhoun said, in answer to a query, Bennett, salesman with Pahokee operation. "back to work" movement of its available to build more than thft
the competitive situation in Florida Motor Co., will be presented Ford Rardin declared he felt the move own Friday but it didn't have a 2% mile stretch because initial
has worsened with exiled Cuban Motor Company's 300-500 Club was. putting the county into the thing to do with the reported unemployment study and plans call for expenJi-
I sugar company officials setting Award at a banquet honoring Ford "whiskey business" and' said "I problem being discussed ture of 2% millions dollars for the.
I up operations and more: sugar dealership car and truck salesmenof never thought I would see the day nationally. first contract. That's a million dol-
I coming into the area from New 1960 in the Jacksonville Ford the taxpayers would be called on to Commissioner. F. Van Kes3el lars a mile.
Orleans refineries. sales district. buy a liquor license." Mr. Monahan said that he plansto
I told his colleagues on the board
Walter Oben, manager of the .. that it was time that able bodied spend 8 million dollars on this
r Jacksonville sales district, said prisoners were put to work on treacherous stretch of US27 high- (
Pahokee-PTA 200-500 Club way during the four years of the
Has membership awardsare Action Sought On county roads. Bryant administration. .
presented for excellent retail He said he had been advised more ... .
sales performance. The Ford 300- than 200 prisoners are now being
I A Business Session 500 Club was founded in 1950 to Glades Road JobsTwo held at the county jail-meantime Local Garden Club !
recognize the performance of outstanding county work crews are short hand-
::': ... I Ford salesmen throughout ed."Let's
Pahokee Parent-Teacher Association the country. Everglades road projects get them out on the road,* In Regular Meeting .
; : met at .the school March Mr. Oben added that the.average came under county commission discussion he said.
'i' 20th with Bill Moss presiding. Girl I I 300-500 Club member sold nearly Friday with the board joining Van Kessel said he understood
Scout Troop No. 195 opened the 5400,000 worth of automotive merchandise Commissioner 'Paul Rardin in that if prisoners pretended to be "a The Canal Point Garden Club met
r .:: meeting with the Flag ceremony.I I in qualifying for the national an effort to get action. little tired" they didn't have to go Thursday p. m. at the' home of Mrs. "
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..,.: Dr. Bowers, Pastor of. the' 'FirSt j I honors.: The 'Jacksonville Rardin said one project, exten- to work on the road gangs. He added J. .L. McCall with Mrs. Roberta: ,
Baptist,Church, gave the devotional. Ford sales district includes approx- sion of Duda Road, had been in the "we ought to do something to Arrieta, co-hostess. Mrs. Doris
During the business session the imately 160 dealerships throughoutall mill for more than two years anda shake them up a little." I Carter presided over the business
I by-laws were revised and the nominating of Florida and South Georgia.In conflict of opinion over ownershipof The board agreed with Van Kessel session and Mrs. Alma Nail was
r committee was'elected with addition to the first award right of way is holding up the, and voted to take any able appointed chairman of the NomInating -
W. D. Howard, as chairman Vance banquet at Jacksonville's George program. He won support for a bodied man for road work who is Committee with Mrs. Annie .
Denton and Mrs.Kathryn Cunning Washington Hotel Saturday, March motion to find out'''once and for all being held at the county jail. Ar- Jones and Mrs. Buena Rodgers. ;
ham. I,,11, others will be held at St. Petersburg if the county can build the'proposed rangements for procurement of Mrs. Glenn Powell, program ,
The attendance award went to!I on March 18 at the Tides road." road workers was left to'the sheriffs chairman, introduced Mrs. Ruth 'I
,t :Mrs. R. G. Whiteside's fifth grade;j I Hotel and at the Miami Springs Delay in completion of a projectfor department and the county en- Meredith of the Pahokee Garden '
1 and to Robert Maxson's home room. Villas, Miami,.on March 25. improving Bacom 'Point Rd. I gineer's office.Barbecue. Club, who gave a talk on propaga- \

I Band Master, Robert O. Lampl ----_. .. Pahokee prompted the commission I mf I tion of plants. To illustrate the I.
and the High School Band presented to authorize a letter to the governor Saturday various types of propagation she
a program of Concert music. TEL Sunday School and chairman of the state road displayed flowers from her yard, I
At the close of the program refreshments Class Met Monday board to find out why the work has Night At Elks ClubA using amaryllis, begonia, fern and I
I were served at the cafeteria = not been completed. hibiscus 4
big barbecue supper is being The hostesses served .cake and ;
the committee.
by hospitality
I The. TEL Sunday School Class, -- planned for the Elks Club tomorrow coffee to eighteen members and /}
... of the Canal Point Baptist Church, Baptists To Join : (Saturday) night and everyoneis two visitors, Mrs. Walter S. Cross ;
met Monday 3:00 p.m. at the homeof invited,. The cooks at the club of Canal Point and Mrs. Roy Lawson i 4\
.. REGULAR WscIS MEETING 1L Methodist RevivalThe .
Mrs..I. Bordeaux '
with Mrs !
will prepare barbecued chicken and of Morven Ga., house guest of 1
The regular meeting of the Canal J. D. Latham
presiding over the -
Mrs. J. S.
pork, with all the trimmings. The Harrington. 'j
'Point Womans Society of:Christian business. Plane were made-to meet ,Canal Point Baptist Church cost will be'$lm and the supper .
Service' will be held,Tuesday, May once 'a quarter instead'of once a will have the regular Trafeiag'Union will be1 served from 6 p. m until i Mr. and Mrs. J. H.,strayer drove I :
..1st at the home of Mrs. Don Kepp month for a trial period., ,'6:30 p. a. may, 8:30 p., m. Ten yrjur{ friends i to Tampa last Sunday to visit.her I
I with Mrs.W.1Qnderhill to charge During,the social hour the boat and the feveaing Worship wffl:fee ." m m.mJ. nephew Gene Bowen and Mrs. I r '.

I of the. program. : the,.theme Woraan's ess'served cake;aad:coffee tomembers atee,.. h Jd with the'Methodist*' te tfeebr .:E. Cochran underwent argery1i BoweL Little Cathy Jo Bowen accompanied i .

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Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, March 24, 1961


I We Don't Wanna CutUp I t Palm Lake Group ATTEND DISTRICT WSCS 1
Mrs. Frank Wilson, Mrs. Ossie
Lake Okeechobee Meets In RivieraThe Upthegrove, Mrs. W. E. Blackwell, 1
I :: Mrs. Pope Sears and Mrs. Elmer
.. ter rThe I
Executive committee of the
The county commission indicatedthis Maxson attended the Annual District -
week that it isn't the least bit :J|Palm Lake Baptist Association will 1 j Womans Society of Christiani
i[ hold its regular monthly meeting
interested in Lake i I Service Meeting Tuesday March
into dividing up J I I in the Riviera Baptist Church, ;>n 14 in the First Methodist Churchin
Okeechobee .a five-way pie=a 1 1 I!Tuesday March 28. This will be a j i Belle Glade.

proposal that it being advocated i j[ noon luncheon meeting. The Rev. ', -

by some 'surrounding counties. I i I Charles D. Stewart Pastor of the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
The board voted to advise Rep 1 j( Canal Point Baptist Church is to REGISTER FICTITIOUS
I I Emmett Roberts that it wasn't in- :\'be: present and participate in this NAME

terested in down discuss, [ .
sitting meeting.
II I Notice is hereby given that the
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a proposal divide the lake. The -
1 undersigned under the provisionsof
Rardin Buifdingr In Canal Point, FloridaTHE proposal was introduced at, the last j I VISITORS FROM GEORGIAJ. Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida
session of legislature and is expected S. Chastain arrived here Sunday Acts of 1941 will register with Ute

LAKE, OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF to make its appearance againin from Thomasville, Ga., accom- Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and
the upcoming session. panied by his mother-in-law Mn.
for Palm Beach County, Florida
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Division of the lake would meana C. W. Connally of Miami and nis upon receipt of proof of Publica-

different split in state funds I son-in-law, Sidney Smith of Tifton tion of this notice, the fictitious .
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without which are returned to the county. 'I'Ga. The men came down on business name to wit:
Palm Beach County now receivesthe and returned to Tifton Wednesday CHUCK'S ICE SERVICE
Interruption Every Week for More Than! 30 Years I I I
Established' March 11 1924 Published Friday greatest portion of these state where :Mr. and Mrs. Chas- under which I am engaged in business '
funds which are allocated on land I I tam are visiting their daughters at Pahokee Florida.
Price Year In Advance I I i
Subscription $2.00 size of the
: county.. r I and families. Mrs. Connally visited .i That the party interested in said
The Everglades News"Is Entered the Post Office 'I her son-in-law, and daughter, Mr. business' is as follows:
t CALLED TO GEORGIA I and Mrs. Ray Singletary and fam- CHARLES STRINGARI
In Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter I I I '
Mrs. Alice Elarbee Was calledto ily in Pahokee before going on to Pahokee County of Palm JJea h,
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Claxton Ga.,'Wednesday to attend her home in Miami. I Florida March 15, 1961.
the funeral of her brotherinlaw .6 I I Firm Name: Chuck's Ice Service
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M Allison Smith. He died of a Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shirley and : Charles Srtingari Owner,

r Here Is What Transpired At Monday's I heart attack on Tuesday and the I I I baby son, Bobby were the weekend I 675 Farmers Market Road
funeral was held on Thursday in j guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Pahokee, Florida.
Meeting Of The Palm Beach that city. I I I L. L. Shirley. March 17, 24, 31, April 7,1961.

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The county commission Friday boat ramp at the Port of Belle I "
agreed to sell the old county health Glade as'an added improvement for .

department headquarters to die the county's recreational facilities. (!
City of. West Palm Beach for the Decided against installing streetlights
sum of $25,000. on four lane highways since
They voted to make a contract the cost might prove prohibitive. 9 Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade !E.I E.
with the city as a means of cooperating The board agreed' the lights would

I I with another public group mean an improved safety factor on I I SALES and SERVICE I
& which has need for the facilities the highways but decided against I h
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i and at the same time, turning downa allocation of tax money for the in- Heating Air Conditioning Appliances :'
bid from the paint company,which I It j stallations. .. I :
submitted a bid price of $25,051 -
The city offered to give the county ill lY4i"VV.JW'1MiJ.w! \.l.41M.4! W..4il.w.WIA.wilV..4I. ::1Mi11MiilMiil.:lJtl..VP.M.llY..4ilMiiW.JIW.JM&il.M.liU..J.4i1W! ] W..4'1WWJi' ; W l.w! i I l ....'

I a $1,000-down payment on the Banks SupportAid -
building and to pay the balance dur- 1-

ing the municipalities next budget 4-H Club WorkThree i 1I.

year. The city saidlt would use the : I.
building inVest Palm Beach ta ,

house its engineering department banks in Palm Beach :
, In other actions the county boardat County have joined with other SOSAFE I
its ,Friday meeting: Florida banks in national supportof

Approved an increase in garbage 4-H Club work, according to .
collection fees requested by the County Agent M. U. Mounts. r .
1 Palm Beach Sanitation Company. The Bank of Pahokee Pahokee I a"s'
They approved a hike to $1.75 per Commerce National Bank Lake .
t I II
month. fInstructed Worth,, and the Atlantic National
the parks departmentto J,
Bank, West Palm Beach made 4a
construct five picnic tables and a their contributions ta the National: I r .,1iYNa 1

.. 4-H Club Foundation, Washington, .,' .> '.
POSTPONE MEETINGThe D. C., as'part of a' nationwide fundraising ." ','/.." S'I ,

program.J. .
Teachers and officers meet- >' -:
C. Rogers, President of the "
ing of the Sunday School' Organi-
First National Bank in .
Leesburg; .
zation in the Canal Point Baptist '-' : Gr .
provided the leadership for this :
Church will postpone its monthly in Florida. .... ', ;, ;
program I ..
meeting until March 27 because off .
I Banks in Palm Beach County .
the Revival being held in the Methodist I X .
have local 4-H ,
supported programs < :
Church this week. ;
for several years, Mr. Mounts said. I :
County BanK officials feel the National / >
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4-H Club Foundation pro- .' '; .
vides an excellent opportunity to I
broaden their support of 4-H. '. '. .
This local support has been ack- : -
nowledged by Jesse W. Tapp Los -.- f I "-j. f. I
Angeles, Calif., chairman of the ; -. .
board of the Bank of America, who <: .

heads the campaign and by GrantA. '... -.
s Shrum, the 4-H Foundation's ; f

i executive director. They have indi-
cated that this County's banks are ; -. .with a flameless! "quick 'r'e overy"I

among more than 2,600 public I
a spirited representatives of private ..;' water heater and modern electric range

enterprise that are helping to exTend -
and improve the 4-H .7. I
i through the National' 4-H program Club On thefarm and in: your home, you'll enjoy an Electric Water ."

i Foundation. ,Heater. SO SAFE!!-for precious peace of mind. No constant- .

:County Agent Mounts announced : burning pilot light. SO CONVENIENT!-.installs anywhere I 1
4 8:15i that 4-H recognition plaques will .needs flue ,
no or vent. SO QUICK! a super-fast "QuickRecovery" '
: be presented to each of the banks -
IUGIITNut11T uauk I for their "Service to Youth" activ I I .: f model is the answer to a lot of hot water required -.

ities. in, a hurry. / i,
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I idmg Team it up with Electric. Range. SO COOL kitchen stays
Church B
: : "' up to 16 degrees cooler. SO CLEAN! no flame '. walls and i

J k ADM 2 5C if ftf TALKINGQUfNIEU'S Plans Are OkehedIn curtains stay .cleaner, longer., '- ,. i;

_ -' J ,Nearly a million modern have _
Florida families '
the called business meeting at : already switched .
EVERY *ACE the Canal Point Baptist .Church to the fiameless electric:way -:- v '. .
last Sunday Morning, the recommendations : '_ ;" '. A
,. submitted by the building See your,dealer, plumber: or"electrical contractor soon., ,= <
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rt the recommendations. Grady T. .-. ,,'.,'.,, -
Echols: U the' Chairman of :the "
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Mr. and Mrs. F. Wilson had I Social Security
Pahokee Club Will I
as their week end guests his

PERSONALNEWS N S NOTES I Miss Sadie Wilson, her niece'l Checks AvailableFor

i. [ and Renee Mrs.Wilson Art all Wilson of Miami.also Present PetitionProtestingUS441 :I Many More Folks

u ------- - William Plumer, Jr., arrived in There are about 1,250,000 peopleover

Mr. and Mrs.,David Sullivan and C. A. Major, Jr., of Greenwood, Pahokee yesterday from Asheville 65 that are not getting social
aai S. C. and Pahokee flew his plane
children Jimmie, Helen, Gale --
School for Boys in Asheville, N. C.,
security: checks because they are
Charles of Belle Glade were the here Friday accompanied by Miss and will be the guest of his par The. Pahokee Garden Club met
Williams and Mrs. Jimmy still working full time, reports R.
and :
Sunday luncheon: guests of Mr.' Mary ents Mr. and Mrs. William Plumer, at the home of Mrs..J. V. Chastain, I
Thomas also of Greenwood. While C. Gehrken, Jr., Manager of the
Mrs. J. D. Stacy at Bryant. Sr., through the Easter Holidays. 2497 Bacom Point Road, Tuesdayof :
West Palm Beach Social
here they were the house guests of Security
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this week. Mrs. Frank Friend
Mrs. Earl Maxson spent several his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Major Office. .
days this week in West Palm Beachas ) Sr.Mrs. TB Party To Honor presided. The Club will have chargeof A recent change in the law
the floral for the
guest of her son-in-law and arrangements !\makes it possible for some of these

'i. daughter: Mr. and Mrs. Will Nason, Lloyd Hundley .accompanied Volunteer WorkersThe Sunrise Easter Services,< with Mrs.f people to get payments, although
H. M.: McIntosh and Mrs. C. C.
Earl. by her sister, Mrs. Lean:
and baby son Nathan Palm Beach County Tuberculosis they have not retired. Also, a work-
Isenhart of Colo. spent several Lemonds in charge of this project.I
Association will er's wife, if she is 62, might be able
. Mrs. Don McKinnon _and Mrs. days last week on the Beach at and Health Mrs. Jess Elliott Chairman with t to eret checks. This change
t Jim Lynch and baby Mike of:Miami i Sanibel Island. hold a Volunteer Recognition Party I I Mrs. H. M. McIntosh and Mrs. C.
> of Mrs. Mc- on March 29, 1961. at 3:00 p. m., at .I. be very important to many people.
were the house guests L. Shirley Co-Chairman are making -
Kinnon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hunter of the Y. M. C. A. in West Palm plans for a petition to ,be cir-I living in this area.
in 1961 workers past
H, Strayer. While in Canal Point Hunter Ice Company arrived here Beach, according to Doyle Rogers, culated soon after Easter protest- retirement who earn more than

they also attended Miller-Rog-. Thursday from High Point, N. C., president."The ing the US441 four-laning through age
purpose t 51200, but less than $3500, might
with is to tribute to ,
ers Wedding. and ,are making their home pay Pahokee.
those fine volunteeds who tiy I I lose some payments if they doa'tcheck
} the L. L. Shirleys., freely I '. '
Mrs. E. A. Jensen, program cha t'-
with the social of-
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Groff of Continental giving their valuable time pave security
dhio, were the recent I Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas'had is helped to make the work of the association man, presented Mrs. Sybil Cecil of .fice. Starting this year, earningsover

t guests of her brothers, Mr. and their weekend guests their daughter possible," Mr. Rogers Clewiston, who spoke of "Orchids"and $1200 won't cause the loss of a

:Mrs. L. L. Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. ; Miss Nancy Thomas- and a gave an account of her personal full month's benefit in every case;

'c C. L. Shirley. friend, Bob Meyer of Miami. said.All organizations and individuals experiences in collecting orchidsin instead: you lose one-half of the
South America. amount earned for the first $300
who have 25 hours
given or more
i Mr. and Mrs. F H O'Connella1 Mr. and Mrs. Vance Hadley of I I during the past year will receive Plant exchange among the mem- I you earn over $1200. For example,

t as their weekend guests, Mr and Belfontaine Ohio are the house special awards.: The group will De bers and sandwich luncheon followed i.I a worker who earns $1202 would

&9 :Mrs. L. A. Rust of Pittsburgh,-Pa. guests of his sister, Mr. and Mra... entertained by the beautiful con- the program with Mrs. Robert lose only $1 from his social security
\ enroute home from a Henderson, Mrs. Annette McCuI ;-- if he earned hi
They were payments; $1500,
Wm. Plumer. Mr. Hadley came several tralto voice of Miss Evelyn Roberts. II.
two weeks visit in Ft.Myers Beach. I dy, Mrs. Ruth Meredith, and Mrsi would lose only $150. For earningsI
weeks ago and his wife joine'Jhim Refreshments will be served.
i Leo Maxwell assisting the hostess.I over $1500, workers will lose $1 ot
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Morris Lee Prillama, Roa- I Twenty-two members and four i|
bef*> CARD OF THANKS I their: social security payments tor
visit other cities in Florida i-e
noke, Va:, arrived, here Saturday j guests were 'present: The guests each $1 they earn. '
returning to their home. We would like to thank everyonefor I
and was the luncheon guest of hid all the lovely'flowers, cards and were Mrs. Leah Isenhart, Mrs. Cora .

cousins, Mr. and Mrs* Tom D. Mul- Mrs. Mary Lampi, left Miami kindnesses during the illness and I Thompson, Mrs Emma Wheelerand l\1YF E1\iI"TERTAINEn\
for Detroit Mrs. Owen of Clewiston.
lins, after which he left for Key Tuesday night by plane I I death of our brother, Charles Bar- -
Mich., she came down here in the i Mr. and Mrs. Maxson enter-
Earl E
field, from the Barfield Family:
West and his duties with the Navy I I ,
fall and has been the of -tor
guest Mrs. Elsie WhitehouseMrs. ANNOUNCE MARRIAGEMr. tained the members of the Canal

Reserves. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and:I J. E. Roberts, and Mrs. Milton Haggins "of" point M. Y. F. at their home Sunday -

:Mrs. Leah Isenhart of Denver, Mrs. Robert O. Lamps and family. I West Palm Beach Canal Point announce the forthcoming evening after the Church services -

Col. is the house guest of her Miss Lula Barfield marriage of Miss Mary Games and refreshmnets
Mr. and Mrs. J. D.Stacy of Bry-
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Pahokee.ENTERTAIN ., Katheryn Philips of McDonough, were enjoyed by the young peopi!
ant. had as their weekend guests, .. ....
Mrs. Lloyd Hundley. Ga., to their son, Gene Kenneth --
J her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. I
CIiOIRMrs. Haggins of Canal Point. No definite -
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barfield hai Eldon, also her sister,: Mr. and Mrs.L. .
date has been set for the welding. -
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L. Armstrong, assisted
J. and son Ronnie fLake
as their ,Friday night guests: her Gerrey :)
Harbor. by Mrs. R. W. Sanders ,entertained Graveside services were held
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and .
the th'rty-five members of the March 16. for Baby Girl Kirk at

Mrs. Albert Vallery of West Palm Mr. and Mrs. James,Gifford haveas choir of the First :Methodist Ch rI j i Mrs. J. K. Baker and Mrs. C *Tj Port Mayaca Cemetery with Rev. !

:\ Beach.i their guests her parents, Mr. an:1 I Wednesday night following rehearsals -'j Pennington of Belle Glade were the Thomas O'Steen officiating. Sur-

Mrs. Roy Lawson of Morven, Ga., Mrs Arnold Couch, 'of Alamo I at the home of Mr. and I luncheon guests Monday of Mr and vivors include the father, Troy and I

and West Palm Beach, was the Texas also Dr, S. -D. Hensley of I Mrs. R. W. Sanders in Pahokee. i Mrs. W. S. Cross in Canal Point. I mother, Betty of Pahokee.

house guest of her sister-in-law Houma, La., Dr. Hensley is an entomologist I I .
Mrs. J. S. Harrington at Port May with the U. S., D. A., - -

of Canal Point.

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I aca.'I I Mrs. J. D. Latham went to Miami '

r last Monday to report for duty Ju _

Classified Ads the U. S. Army and is stationed in i {

Ft. Benning, Ga. I ,

: FOR SALE: New and used Willy Airman 3-C Benny Baxter, who

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn is stationed at Sheppard AFB, I I

Belle Glade, Phone 3058. Texas, is spending a 15 day leavein 1

Oct. 17-54-ch Pahokee with his parents, Mr. I 4j: \

and Mrs. Sam McKinstry, Jr., and
SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your -
other relatives. \
I ; name label shows you to be m

arrear onI payment. Send along Rev. and Mrs. M. V.' Lewis of

that $2.00'payment now and we I I Tampa, directing the youth and

will continue to send you this great Music during the Methodist Revisal -

I palladium of the familyfiresida: are the house guests of Mr. and

The Everglades News Canal Point, Mrs. W E. BlackwelL

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have one, get in touch with this I LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE DISTRICT I
"Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto
and insert $1 classl-
newspaper a '
i call of the Board of Supervisors of ""
ified ad. It; will get results. All ads Pelican Lake' Sub-Drainage District .
payable in advance.The Everglades the annual meeting of landowners of :
\' Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District
n News, Canal Point, Fla. for the year 1961 will be held at the .
office of said District In the Rardln
I '- APARTMENTS are needed by Building, at Canal Point. Palm Beach .' :.
County. Florida on Monday. April 10 f .."
many folks coming into this area 1961 at 1:00 o'clock P. M. for the purposes '
\ to earn a living. Do you have one of: :'- ,
1. Electing one Supervisor for a
for rent? Tell them and the world term of three years. .

through $1 classified ad in these 2. Electing one Supervisor for a term S
I of two years to fill the unexpired ,
columns. Send along a description portion of the term for which Mr. f'
of the apartment and a $1 bill and W. C. Owen was elected
we'll do the rest. The Everglades 3. Receiving annual reports and "
taking such ,
action with respect f
:News, Canal Point, Fla. thereto as the landowners may I,

1VHEN SIIOPPING in West Palm 4.determine Transacting; and such other' businessas One Call from yoi a d .;: ;

may come before the medtlng ., I
Beach visit the new Mary Carter BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF ..
I Paint Store on the Dixie Highway PELICAN LAKE SUBDRAINAGE :'" .. ; : ;,-
DISTRICT 'sontKiejobT'3
2 blocks S.. of Southern Boulevard.We BY: W. C. Prewitt. President .. ._ .
I have a $2 sample can: of our Publish: March 24. 311961. ... i I

wonderful liquid Glass. 'Enamel for NOTICE ,OF ANNUAL MEETINGOF < t..
t I' each Canal Point visitor who mentions SHORE LANDOWNERS DRAINAGE OF DISTRICT EAST 1 LATE' at night and the one gr"uned day half the families in America save them. i...

-this advertisement. *4212 S. Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto I most in this world, is a prescription fiJed Your S&H Green Stamps make it possible -

t I Beach. Ctc1FOR : call of'the, Board of Supervisors of .*for love. You make call \' ,
Dixie West Palm : a
Bast ,Shore Drainage _D 1 s t r Lc C you phone" for you to choose from over 1,500 top- "
the annual meeting of landowners of 1 I and friend droggtsLVithin
a answers-your famous brand-name items at your
j : RENT:. Furnished apart- Bast Shore Drainage District I quality
I b.
: meets, conveniently 1 o cat e d, for the year '1961 will be held at the I minutes after your call, he's on the ] Stamp Redemption Store.
;; office of said District .In the Rardln .
couples only. Mrs, W. P. Pope,, Building, at Canal Point. Palm Beach I It takes a time like this to make you realize -
Phone Point, Fla. Itc county. Florida ,on Monday. April 10. FLORIDA DI .
,2391. Canal
\ __ 1961. at; 10.45 O'clockla, forenoon for .how much you depend on this man, yet how, .:_ ISION. "
p. the purposes of: fmuch. take him for granted. Your pfaarraackt -. The Sperry and Hutchinson Company,._
MALE HELP 'WANTED: Male I II 1. Electing one Supervisor fora > ; you >
I 'Bookkeeper with payroll ,exper term of three years. '.{ means med1cine'whenyou need';t- 8801 Florida Avenue,Tampa Florida t ;
2. Electing, for '
one.Supervisor a term .
,' ience.,,,Also 'agricultural foreman i of two yean to nil 'the unexpirwJ skilfully prepared He_raeaas"service-regard-, '" "

f :. ..',supervisory experience,,Phone : W.portion C. OW of!Q.the was term elected for.which Mr.. :?J,Jets z#, of'time.; 'His concern is_for you, not only ",. An American Way of Thrift" .

$ A 7116.Pahokee-Fla, MSlch.' i 3. Receiving' annual report and -as'A"a".customer,,but as a fnead J ,, for ZSjMOjMO"..; ,.." ,
taking such action with
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"- Margery Lair Circle I I Mary And Martha

.. Fr Met On Monday Circle Met Monday .

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[ : Monday afternoon with Mrs. In- Martha Circle met Monday mom

". man W. Weeks with Mrs. Dorothy ing, "at the home of Mrs. Robert

Stanley presiding over the business. Hatton with Mrs. R. B. Simonson

. : The circlevoted to buy two Choirrobes : presiding. An announcement was
c-"" for the youth Choir. Announcement made of the "Membership Tea" to

was made of the WSCS be held May 1st with Mrs. John
inVest Palm Hatton. The Christian Social Rela-
District Conference
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Beach April 17 19. tions Chairman, Mrs. Llpyd Hund

! First Methodist The Church Of God Christian Science Mrs. C.A.Major, program chair- ley, asked the circle members to
man, presented :Mrs. Thomas Hig- write a letter to the U. N., to en-
,.:-' Church, Pahokee Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Group Of Canal Point nite. She chose for the Devotionalan courage them in their work.

Easter Meditation, "\Vho'Vants Mrs. Lillian Hatton had charge ,
The ever-availability of spiritual .
y Rev. T. C. O'Steen. Point Road To Live Forever" Mrs. Brown gavea of the program, and gave the D:-
SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor' enlightenment will be emphasizedat report from Retired Missionary votional on the Easter :Message.The .

9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00: a. .-Sunday School Christian Science churches Sun- Deaconesses Homes. Mrs. T. C. Theme for the program was

,( 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service day. 5- O'Steen, Spiritual Life Chairman, "We Praise Thee For Radiance."

f.. .. 6:45 p. .MYP 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service Scriptural selections to be read announced a "Quiet Hour" will oa .

7:45 p. .-Evening Worship I' 8:00: p. m. Tuesday V. L. B. in the Lesson-Sermon entitled observed Wednesday, March 29th, Methodist Men In I
\ TUESDAY: I 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. at 9 a. m. at the First Methodist
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- I Everyone welcome. Special music "Reajity" will include this passage Church. Meeting Hear Lee

ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. from Isaiah (9:2): : "The people that -

; : -w-- walked in darkness have seen a James C. Moss 74 The Pahokee Methodist 'Men's
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions ,
8:30 m.-Senior Choir prac- The Methodist Church great light: they that dwell in tll: Club met Tuesday Evening at the
p. Buried Port MayacaJames usual time and with O. B. '
tic.. Canal Point Florida land of the shadow of death upon:
-- McClure: presiding over the busi-
them hath the light shined.
Coleman Moss 74, died in ness. He introduced the speaker,
Canal Point First Robert A. Shelley, Pastor From "Science and Health with his sleep :March 16, at his home .n Robert C. (Bob) Lee, Commercial .
: Key to the Scriptures" by Mary : the South-West section of Canal Manager of Southern Bell Tele-
Baptist Church 10:00 a. m.-Church School .
Baker Eddy this correlative pass- Point. He was born in Virginia and phone and Telegraph Company of
11:00'a. m.-Morning Worship
age will be read ((546:24-26): ): "The had been a resident here for the Belle Glade. A committee was appointed -
6:30 : Pl.-Youth Fellowship
Elder R. E.Barfield p.
great spiritual facts of being, like past 20 years. Therewere; no known to investigate the lightningof
7:30 m.-Evening Worship
SUNDAY: rays of light, shine in the daric- survivors.Rev. the new parking area and around,

10:00 a. m.-Sunday., School MONDAY m.-Youth: Choir practice ness, though the darkness, comprehending Charles D. Stewart, past,'r the barbecue pit on the back side
a. m.-;Morning Worship 3:15.p. .
,11:00 them not, may deny their of the Canal Point Baptist ChurcX of the Church grounds.
'. 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. fUESDAY: .. .
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reality. officiated at the grave-side funeral
8:00 .-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.-Woman Society1st ,
p. Tuesday The Golden Text is from Psalms services, :Monday March 20th at Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Overly, .r
ind MONDAY: (97:11)"Light is sown forhe Port Mayaca Cemetery. William" Methodist: Evangelist of Avon Park
7:30 m.-Midweek Prayer
p. Service 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting righteous, and gladness for the' upright Wetherington Funeral Home was are the house guests of Mr. and
-' WEDNESDAY in'heart." in Charge of the arrangements. Mrs. D. L. Hooks.
2nd and 4th :

7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.:: Prayer. Meeting .
Meeting. I

Church Of God, I

Canal Point Barfield Highway I Qy.;. ; '...

Baptist Church 9:45 A. .-Sunday School
11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship
Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor 7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. B. (Parsonage

SUNDAY: ) .. ... .... ,
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9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship k New" ,
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting .y
6:30 p. .-Training Union.

7:30 .-Evening Worship Children's
p. 7:30 P. M. Friday! -

7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. 7:30 P. M. Thursday-Y. P. E.
n Trv y't

The Pahokee Church Holy Nativity I f

Of The Nazarene Episcopal Church I

71 Bacom Point Road PahokeeM. ti y a.r'S
Charles F. Crauswell Pastor Wendell Hainlin, Vicar ;
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 SUNDAY: -

SUNDAY' SERVICES: 10 a. ,m.-Sunday School ( 4q
9:45'a.. m.-Sunday School. 11 a. .Worship Service '
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. :
6:30 p. m.-Juniors.
St Mary's Catholic
7:00 p. m.-Bunaay Evening

Evangelistic .Service. ChurchFather 'xa'Qt

7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer Francis Fennech, Pastor
: meeting. Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. byo "..v- 11

"Where you are a stranger but Confessions before Mass.
once". -

St. Peter's Lutheran m

First Baptist Church, Belle Glade

Church, Pahokee -
August Koerber, Pastor
SUNDAY SERVICES: 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY:
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Divine Services 11 A. M. .
6:45 p. m. Training Union School, 9:45 A. M.'
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship

8:00: p. m Prayer Meeting. PAY BIG DIVIDENDS


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{; Friday, March 24,1961 The Everglades News 'Canal: Point, Florida Page Seven
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r;; 4-H Clubbers Win ![I I serves ,as advisor. _". "Li'l Abner" Is Next .jp o..
Plans were made for.the State
Council Meeting to be held in Talla; At The Musicarnival

\ In District Meet hassee during Short Courser. .

The girls each gave a report I The wild and wacky+comic strip A .
about their, County Council activi- "Li'l Abner" comes to life on the.l d .wf

4-H District 10 Demonstration ties during the past year. Many giant Musicarnival stage for the
held in the Fort Lauderdale gain new ideas from discussing
Day was -
last show ol the, season opening t ?
plans in this way.
Home Demonstration Officeon
Janette Harrington of Caaall.Tuesday, March 28 with a benefit
Saturday, March 18. This: was I Point, President of the Girls' County -I performance for the Boynton Beach

one of 1C District Demonstrations Council, presided over the bread- Jaycees. With all the favorite Do g-

held throughout the state. The win- making demonstrations. ,She and' patchers Abner, Daisy Mae, I .
of Palm Beach Demonstration Donna Curry of Lake Worth represented -
ners County i
Mammy and Pappy Yokum Marry-
Palm Beach County at
,Day, ;!n*':Jdpatsd, in the this meeting. I in' Sam. Moonbeam McSwine, and

district event wi Dade, Martin, The participants from the Glades I the rest "Li'l Abner" is one of
St. Lucie and Braxrard Counties. the zaniest musicals of them all.
The winners announced for the Janette Breadmaling Starring as Daisy Mae will be a
Harrington; :-
Boys' program re: (individual). newcomer to Musicarnival, Patricia I
Teddy McCall: First Junior Di Lodus Gray, Canal Point Dairy Northrop who has just completeda

vision. Public Speaking "What I Food (Individual). year on Broadway in '"Visit to a II
Achievement Day Means to Me." --- Small Planet;:* and has played lead- II I
John Vallee: Third in district I ing roles on Broadway in "Okla
Battle Looms On
Senior Division Public Speaking homa," "Pal Joey;" and "Guys and
"Value of pUblic. Speaking Project Toll] Road BuildingTALLAHASSEEAAA' Dolls." I
to 4-Club Members." This production will mark the e-

Election of State County Council motor .turn of Diana Banks to her home I

Officers: clubs of Florida have begun a town in the role of Mammy Yokum, BRADE TON, FLA. ACES HIGH. Only a few

John Vallee, District Representative movement to restrict the state from which she played on the Eastcoasttour. I feet separate the Air Force Thunderbirds famed

on State 4-H Club CounciL financing toll road facilities at the Miss Banks started acting. aerial, artists, as they perform in their F-100 Super
Burt Ashton presided over the expense of nearby free roads.A I with the Norton Gallery Playersin Sabres. The "Ambassadors in Blue" are scheduled to

Public Speaking and SharetheFun key objective of the 1961 legi- West Palm Beach and from demonstrate their artistry in Bradenton March 24. as

events. slative programs of the Florida there went to New York to study part of Manatee County's annual De Soto Celebration.

Raleigh Griffis. Assistant County Conference of.AAA. motor clubs ballet. She has since been featuredin t slated this year for_ the week of March 1926.
Agent was elected as Agent Ad- recommend' legislation that would such television programs as f, -
visor for the Boys' District X. prohibit the state from making "Wide, Wide World," "Hans BrfciU-

In the girls events no winners are commitments that would delay or er" and "The Tonight Show" and High Schools Back I Gas Sales Double .
selected. However, girls who are 14 prevent construction or improve- in summer stock in "Kismet," "The
years old and older, have the opportunity 'ment of any highway or bridge ii Boy Friend" "Brigadoon," etc. That 10 Years Ago

to present their connection with financing or opera- Boris Kogan, and his happy hoe- Boca Raton Univ..
'e strations or talk at the demon-I I tion of turnpikes.The I: down orchestra, will be playing the Gasoline sales in Florida last

Girls' Short Course in Tall legislative program was.presented II 1:Johnny Mercer score which includes year registered 4.2 per cent gain
June 1217. This will not be decided to Goy, Farris Bryant and "If I Had My Druthers" TALLAHASSEE-Student lead- over 1959 and were double the an-
until a later date. to members of the cabinet. It was "It's Unnecessary" "Jubilation T. ers from 176 Florida high ,schools
nual sales 10 the Florida
I years ago
The girls in the district have the mapped at a meeting of the leaders Cornpone" and the fantastic have requested the Legislature to
opportunity 'to observe and learn of the Peninsula Motor Club. Tam "Sadie Hawkins Day Ballet. appropriate funds to build.a new ,State Chamber of Commerce said
from other girls. They also become pa; Florida AAA Division Miami Tickets are available for the university at Boca Raton. yesterday
better acquainted with the girls =Jn' and the St. Petersburg Motor Cluo. I special opening night benefit from The Florida Association of Student 'The gain.last year was the low-

their district. Each year during the Another major aim of the motor any Boynton Beach Jaycee Member Councils sent a resolution to est in the 10-year period. Tha
event the President and delegate of clubs is the establishment of coun- or- the Musicarnival box office. I the Legislature: during the closing
12 cent in 1955
highest, per came
each County Council have a lunch- ty traffic courtS each of Florida Tickets for any of the performances session of its three-day meeting. '
and rates of since
eon meeting along with the Girls' 67 counties, and they will ask the may be, reserved by calling OVer-I I It Was sponsored by David Mana- then gain result dropped of
partly as a larger
4-H Club Agent Miss Ann Thompson legislature to request Congress to land 3-2040. "Li'l Abner" which I lan, student body president at For- volumes.
and the Home Demonstration I let the "temporary"! fourth cent closes MusicarnivaTs fourth season est Hill High in West Palm Beach.
"Total sales in the state came to
Agent advisor for the group. In this U. gasoline tax expire as prom- runs Tuesday, March 28 through I Manalan said the Legislature 1,749 million gallons last year. Not
district Miss Miriam LoPinto ised, on June 30, 196 I Sunday, April 2, should know that collegebound '
included in this
figure are military
1 youths are interested in the educational -
on-base purchases farm uses and
--- ---- problems.
other state tax exempt uses totaling -
j Governor Bryant has endorsed
the .not i: about 10 million gallons month-
university, but said he did : .
I It I know if funds would be availablefor 11). ,
it in the iennium. I "Thirty two counties chalked up

_,,.,-- greater gains last year than the
state average of 4.2 per cent. In
Coke Plans Worry the metropolitan areas Orange and
'Ii Pinellas gained 6 per cent each and
Some Orange Growers
t Dade, 5 per cent. Broward and Polk

were just under the average;
LAKELAND The Coca-Cola I I Escambia and Palm Beach registered -
t Company's first announcement as I I: 2 per cent gains and Duval

r ../ .. parent company of Minute Maid : and Hillsborough came out just ,
: I Corp. caused some, concern in the ahead of 1959."Smaller .

r Florida citrus industry. counties, with much
,-':' ," I Coca-Cola President Lee Taltey less volume, showed greater ratesof
.-. ..- :: informed the firm's stockholders gain than any of the larger coun
i that it is considering the possibility ties. Leading the list were Hardee's

I, .. ). 0I of opening frozen orange con- 30 per cent and DeSoto's 22 per
centrate; plants in the Mediterranean cent. Gaining from 12 to 14 per
area to serve European cent were in order, Citrus Hamilton -

markets. Alachua Charlotte, Collier,
: : Talley said Greece Morocco Italy Osceola and Sarasota.
Israel and Spain all grow more "Gains from 9 to 11 per cent

citrus than ,they can use, and pro- came in Manatee, Lee, Baker, Oka-
posed that concentrate from these loosa Leon, Clay, Santa Rosa,
1K' r h areas could be shipped into such Martin, Flagler Holmes Bradford,

I II markets as Denmark and West Lafayette and Glades. .

Germany "Putnam Hernando Indian River
'I 'Sure, she's a grand old flag : ,,K ; s.i \ His statement brought prompt Lake. ,Walton, Gulf and St.

f .1 That's why we salute her. k : reaction from the citrus industry Lucie started off at 8 per cent and

t, That's why we pledge allegiance to her. r officials who have been planning to scaled downward to the state's

'' ?:r :".. ., open the European market as a average. Thirty five counties rang- I
That pledge in its simplest terms '' -
Florida export target.
e' ed from just under the average to '
Is another way saying., "Count me I' >'w; .; Homer Hooks, general manager minus 9 per cent: with 13"of them I
in. You're my country,and I love you y of the Florida Citrus Commissionsaid dropping below 1959:'
and need you. Your problems: are Y $ he hoped Coca-Cola would concentrate .

my problems and I'm with you on using Florida orangesas .
all the way." "its prime interest." Washington Hall, 95, J

j Your country's biggest single a ,Hooks noted Coca-Cola's biggest Has Birthday Party ,
t problem is the perpetual responsibilityfor investment in Minute' Maid is its

keeping the peace its people 30,000'acres of grove holdings in Washington Hall celebrated his

want. You can help ,with this Florida. He expressed confidence 95th birthday on Feb. 22 at tins
problem by remembering this: : the firm would do nothing to jeopardize home of his son and daughter-tn- .

this investment. law Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hall and
Peae costs money. Money for to ... .
military and industrial strength. their children at Bryant. He lived '

Money for science and education. -. The Sunday School building of LaBelle 57 years before coming
And money saved by individuals the, Canal Point Methodist_ Churchwas here to make his home in June 1960
t. the site chosen to honor Mr?. He was married to Miss Mary
by to the economy
you-- help keep
Robert Nance with a stork shower 1888 Ft.
Elizabeth Davis in at
Bonds orovide this
,, strong. money.
last Friday evening. Hostesses for Twelve children bornto
Myers. were
Grind PrtMVIancr-N Uun aI N wpaper feupkhot Cq teeter
)tart H. MIH r-AW/ the occasion were; Mrs. Joe Carr, them. Ten are alive living with J'
r Mrs. Walter Kautz. Mrs. Wm. Un- their children and grand-children in .

: Help Strengthen America's Peace Power I Mrs! Robert A. Shelley and South Florida, Mrs. Hall died in ,
Mrs. Elmer Maxson. 1944. i

: There are five: generations in,his I

Buy U S. Savings BondsNOW Mr. and Mrs. Walter Simmons of 'family and little Jeffery Lee Hall
) Canal Point announce the birth of (son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hail) ,"
a baby daughter, Geraldine, born of Pahokee born March 18th is his
:Match 17 in Everglades Memorial youngest grandchild. I
.' Hospital at Pahokee. !
". .
-&t- Mr., and Mrs. Rardin"had
don this erting. The Treasury Department than Is. .
Ti U&Government not pay for our .
': Jartheira'r otiedonation,7. \eAdy. siiecnm!, ,and:. .' : ;.'3s.rr CLASSIFIED ADS I as their week end guest her brother, ,
r_ I' 0;< < < # '"" I Harold Strickland of Atlanta.t I


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;:.,' Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday March 24, 19617r

ri :.. Miss Tommie Faye I
,,,i HONOR ROLL Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harrington
, ,,' ,", ALL A's and children Janette, Nancy and
.. .: Miller Is Wed To 12th Grade: Shirley Anderson. I Ross attended, the 4-H District 10
11th Grade: Janette Harrington meeting held in Ft. Lauderdale last
hi: \ \ NEW James T. Alice Hurt Katherine Young. Saturday. Afterwards they 'droveon
# RogersMiss 9th Grade: Walter Young. to Hollywood and were tha

,/ 8th Grade: Faye Elliott Linda house guests of her brotherinlawand '

Tommie Miller and Reid Willola Tyson* Larry Wright.7th sister, Mr. and Mrs. B. S.
!<" Grade: John Pell. Preston.irrixttfxltfiMffW&Srtyitl .
James Theron Rogers were unitedin
marriage at the Church of God

r., I on Barfield Highway Pahokee, ,
y. 1 s }: Rev.J. ...u1.u. I.LLL :y-f"i
'" Sunday at 3:30 p. m., with the
,'} \ I 3 $w 1/i; h wt x>. I W. Hughes, pastor, reading me ANNOUNCINGROYAL ..
vows as the couple stood beneathan
.., \ I arch decorated with chrysanthemums PALM MANOR3EEDAIXION
(By Paul Rardin, Real Estate Editor) and fern with palms in the
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I background. HOMES
The Walter"Schlecter farm of total hoildings of around 600 acres I Miss Shirley Kincaid sang- "&- 2 AND 3 BEDROOMS 1 AND 2 BATHS
;,' 2,110 acres, six miles east, of Belle of land in the ,area, and now have cause I Love You" and "I Love

fi Glade, was recently sold to Florida more than 2000 acres of cane p' You Truly," accompanied by Miss From $10,500
Sugar Corporation, a Cuban syndicate ed They are erecting a sugar nt-'I Jill McIlwain, pianist who also
for the production of'sugar. on U. S. 441 about 12 miles east. played the traditional wedding' LOW DOWN PAYMENTS NO CLOSING COSTS
The sale was made by Thurmond Belle Glade. marches. I APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED

W. Knight, Acreage Realtor, who I Earlier this month, announce- I Miss Joyce Goodson maid of hon-
\, \ specializes in Glades muckland. His ment was made in the Wall Street or, wore a street-length dress Df Blanton &- U nevi n Inc.Office .

office is in Riviera Beach. "Journal,that controlling interest' pink eyelet embroidery with matching ,
Phone 7143 Kes. Phones 7712 &: 7S66
Sale $300 acre, for
price was per Z accessories and carried a bou-
a total of 633000.; Delivery. is vo Florida Sugar Corporation had quet of pink and white carnations. 'PAHOKEE, FLORIDAyKiULyHyHyM&jJM

be made June 1st. I been bought by Cuban-American Little Debbie Miners, flower girl, i
Florida Sugar Corporation hasCattlemen Corporation. was dressed in yellow organdy with I i ''I I II

---------------------- I scalloped lace as she scattered I
flower the aisle. H-+fIt : : 1 : : t t : : t t t I I : t I I 1 1 1 1'1 1 : I t tIt t t t t t t J I I tIt II -
Rotarians Hear petals along '
To Hear
'. The bride, given in 'marriage by '
Lampi! StudentsThe her father, wore a white intermis THEATRESPRINCE

Water Discussion sion-length gown of scalloped em-
Pahokee Rotary Club mete broidery on nylon organza ovar LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
last Thursday with W. K. Aldrid e taffeta, accented with satin ribbon
The Palm Beach Cattlemen's Association and train. Her fingertipveil
I presiding. Robert O. Lampi, Band ..< rat Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
will meet at the Mounta was of French illusion, and her ,
'Master of Pahokee -
Building on Military Trail in West High bouquet of Amazon lilies was cent- .r ,',*
Palm Beach next, Tuesday March 'Band had charge of the program.He ered with a white orchid.

:. 2&at 7 p. m.The main topic for discussion presented some of the soloist Curtis Rogers of Stuart servedas SUNDAY- IONDAY- UESDA ( SUNDAYMONDAYDA'
will be "Policies of Central and the ensemble which won superior !- I I his brother's best man. Jack' IA.RCH 26-27-28

and Southern Florida Flood Control ratings in the district content, Huggins of Salerno, cousin of the_ MARCH
District Concerning Water Con- and they gave repeat performances I I I bridegroom, and Jerry Rushing of 26-27-.8" "WED RIVER"MONTGOMERY .
trol" and the evening's speaker will of the, numbers they played in the Pahokee, cousin of the bride wereI G. I. BLUES"
be Zeb Grant of the Flood Control contest. 1 I I I ushers. purr AND

District.As Lamar Williams, student DemI I' Mrs. Miller chose for her daugh- LEE REIIICK
director of operations and ber of the club one of the winnlag I ter's wedding a lilac knit sheath I ELVIS PRESLEY JULIET,
maintenance for the Flood Control soloists, played a snare drum sole: I I'with lilac accessories and a corsag3 I j PROVVSE & HAL WALLIS -ALSO

District, Mr. Grant is one of the David Beede, flute solo; Sandra 1 of pink carnations. Mrs. RogeA the I I (TECHNICOLOR) "BOBBIKINS"
most qualified individuals within Lampi, Patsy Keene Pam Bop, i bridegroom's mother also chose
the FCD organization to discuss David Beede and Martha Sellers, I lilac as the color of her dress, with
the factors concerned with the con comprised the woodwind quintet. white accessories.,Her,corsage, too, !
trol of water flow and storage m -. ,I was of pink carnations.At --
South Florida. He will be able *o the reception in the Woman's 'I
bring this information in such a i 1 earlyTwoMillionPhone Club building following the ceremony

way as to clarjfy some of the questions :Miss Shirley Kincaid was in -
we often hear concerning this Co. TaxesOne charge of the bride's book, Mrs
subject. Bootsie Peaden poured at the punch !; ; -

Dinner served at 7:00 p. I bowl and Mrs. J. R. Miller, Jr., .
I m., with the compliments of the One the largest tax-payment sister-in-law of the bride served
Cattlemen's Association. Wives are I checks received by-the State of j i portions of the wedding cake.

invited, so plan now to bring your Florida in payment of 1960 Utility Out-of-town guests were Mrs. I IiW!!
wife. taxes was delivered March 13, 1961 Alton O'Neil, Sandy Rogers Don-
It is hoped that the Palm Beach to the Comptroller from the Southern ald W. Edwards, Johnny Raine-i
County Cattlemen's Associationcan Bell Telephone Company. and Delores Tinsley, all of Fort
be incorporated under the State The payment totaled $1,819,414and ) Myers; Mr. and Mrs. Walter P.
Laws. was delivered by John P. I Large and son Phil, and Mr. and
1 Evans, Assistant Vice President for Mrs. James E. Elrod and son, Joey,
Visitors Southern Bell Telephone Companyto all of West Palm Beach; Mr. and
Foreign Ray Green, State Comptroller. Mrs. Malcolm Rogers and Mrs. Bet-
Southern Bell's tax paymentshave ty Stewart, all Indiantown; Mr.
AtLocalCaneSta.Visitors increased, significantly in the and Mrs. L. E. Rogers, Miss Inez
past five years.The $1,810,414 pay- Rogers, Betty Eden, Curtis Rogersand
ment represents an increase of ).9 Jack Huggins, ,all of Stuart:
from foreign lands who percent over the 1959 payment of J Mrs. Delilah McKinnon, Miami and
inspected' the work being done at $1,647,799 _and a 93 percent *n- Mrs Derother Flanders, Lake I
the USDA Sugar Corps Field Sta- crease over the 1955 payment of I Worth. yam' :
tion at Canal Point this week were: $936,907.The After a wedding trip in Florida..:
KaiMin Wang manager of the March 13, 1961 check is part I I Mr. and Mrs. Rogers will make {
Nantou Sugar factory of the Tai- of an estimated $12,245,000 ,tax their home,,at 216 Carissa Drive in I
1 :
wan Sugar Corp., Nantou She l1:, bill to be paid by Southern Bell ,to I i I Pahokee, where he ia associated I
Taiwan China; F. A. Rohn, con- 'the State of Florida and its mu- with his uncle, Owen Rogers, Jn

sulting sugar cane technologist for' nicipalities and counties for the Rogers Music Company. ..
construction of a new sugar year of 1960, exclusive of income, 4-
factory at Khartoun, Sudan, Af- social security and excise tax pay- Funeral ServicesFor '
rica, and Mohammed Ali Nur, gen- ments to the federal government. 'Of Course A Girl Scout
eral manager of the Khartoun fac .... Cleon Wood, 66Funeral ,

tory., Lake Worth '
Other visitors were Dr. S.' B. services,for Cleon Wood,
Hensley USDA. sugar cane entomologist See Former HomeMrs. 66, of 2203 Flagler Street, Tampa, Learns ThriftShe

of Houma, La.. who has were held at the Canal Point Meth-
been attending a special school in .,S. J. Thibodeaux accompanied odist Church March 9th with Rav.

Orlando to learn the technique of by, her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Robert Shelley, pastor officiating.A knows it is important now to save her allow- .
controlling insects by sterilizationof Wittman and her three daughters, former resident of Canal Point, ance and babysittingearnings for gifts and I

the males through radiation: Joan, Cyndy and Jeffery. also Kat- Wood died In a highway accidenton specials she wants to buy. Her wise Scout Leader -
also Dr. Alfonso L. ,Fors Jr., of rina McCarty daughter of Mrs. SR 80, East of Belle Glade the knows that the lessons of Thrift this girl
Jeanerette, La. Marie (Thibodeaux) McCarty all of evening of March 6th..He.had beena ,
.A." learns today will make her a better home-maker,
Lake Worth were Sunday visitorsin resident of Tampa for the past
wife mother and citizen in the to
17 years come.
,PahokeeLionsFavor Canal Point and,other cities in months.
We are helping this Girl Scout and like
the Glades Survivors include his wife, Annie many
Four-Laning Mrs. Thibodeaux visited "Tier Mae of Tampa., One brother her, to save successfully.

home," the one her late husband Oscar Wood of Tifton, Ga., One t
Pahokee Lions met Tuesday at built in 1925, and in which they step-brother. Nick Wiggins of Mc- Yes, Funds Are Now Available To

the Womans' Club Building with stayed in during the 1928 hurd- Rae Ga., and one sister, Mrs. LucyMiller /
Billy Rae Mosley presiding over cane. This home holds many fond of Valdosta, Ga. Burial was : Help You, Build That New, Home
the business session. They did not and 'interesting memories. The at Port Mayaca Cemetery with .
have a program but spent the time livingroom was more than Just Williams '- Wetherington Funeral
talking and planning for the four- that,it was the first Catholic Chur- Home In charge of the arrange Everglades Federal S
lane highway through Pahokee. ch in the Glades and her youngest ments. .
After much discussions on the sub- daughter was baptized at. the altar .D -
ject a motion was passed,favoring erected in the northwest\ corner of HAS THIRD OPERATIONSPaul SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATIONSAVINGS

our-laning a- highway through the' the spacious living room. Collier Sr., of Pahokee, is
City. Mr and-Mra..A. H Scruggs, the a patient hi Everglades Memorial INSURED UP TO $10.000 BT FEDERAL SAVINGS
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