The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 19, 1961
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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I[ Okeechobee Battle $915 Gross" Income Final Concert Is.
L IL Walter Hull Sells 823 For WSCS BarbecueThe

Scheduled Tues.The
Being Continued
barbecue held at the Community .

;L Warm Muck For $617,677A Building in Canal Point.
County Commissioners this week last Friday night by the WSCS of public is cordially invited to

the Canal, Point Methodist church to the Pahokee School
I strongly emphasized their posi- come High
t wwwwJw was a .complete success. $915.<:b
r I tion on ,a proposed plan to split up Auditorium Tuesday evening at
t deed filed in the court house was the gross income from sale of
x yesterday recorded sale of a tract Lions Sans,Program Lake Okeechobee and called on the suppers of delicious barbecue and 8:00 o'clock to hear the 48 piece

k of the most valuable muckland in Discuss Problems Palm Beach County legislative del- expenses ran around $300, so said Pahokee High School Band under
egation to make a last ditch fighton the direction of Bandmaster Robert ; -
\ the Everglades when Hull Packing members of the WSCS. Profit real-
i. Company of Pahokee sold 823,57 The Canal Point Lions Club'met an plan to make the split. ized will be used to purchase new O. Lampi.This will be their last

t acres to The Holgate Company, Monday evening for their regular I Law makers 'from neighboring furniture 'for the new Methodist public concert of the spring season,

Inc., a Florida Corporation. Sale meeting with the outgoing preSident countys have joined in a move to parsonage' recently erected on in which the senior' members will !

{ price was 61767750. P. A.,Slonaker presiding over\ split up the lake, which presently I Third Street in Canal Point. i participate.The .

The tract consisted of "custard the short'business session. is in Palm Beach County. The reason .!Members of the group who promoted seven seniors making their "

apple" land, locally thought to be They did not have a: program being to get a larger cut of the supper and did the work last appearance as student musicians -
the best and warmest farmland in planned for the meeting and the state funds for the neighboring said this week that they were fully in the Pahokee High School

the entire Glades area. The land is time was spent thrashing out i countys based on land areas in the appreciative of the excellent cooperation Band are Sandra Lampi, 8 year

l'' located in the Pahokee area in Sections small, but important problems of county. The money now comes to given them by citizens of band member, plays the oboe and I'

s 29, 30, 31 and 32; Twp 42 interest to the club. Palm Beach County. Pahokee, Canal Point and other serves as drum major and is also a

is South Range 37,east. ... Commissioner, Lake Lytal said neighboring areas. student conductor; Dianne White- t
,f.. Thurmond Knight Riviera Beach .c.--- thus far the county had successfully side, oboe; Olga Sheffield Alto '

Realtor; who handled the sale, said defended Against formulas for I clarinet; Lamar Williams snare I,
Funeral Services
: the price was figuerd at $750.00 splicing up the lake. Road Dept Hearing durm; Louise Stacy, baritone horn;

t per acre. :Mr. Knight has handled He also warned that "other gim- Sandra Upthegrove, tenor saxo-

I several other large sales in' the For Abe Dobrow micks" are in the making and that I phone; and Martha Sellers, French #
Glades within the past few months. 681 future developments must be view- I Scheduled May 25 horn. The other members of Jae l

He is a former resident of Pahokeeand ed with caution. band will furnish the music 'at'the-

is chairman, of the board- of Funeral services were held Tues- Lytal and Commissioner Paul Commencement Exercises Friday

public instruction of Palm Beach day morning at.MizellFavilleZentchapel I Rardin, in whose district the lakeis A public hearing will be held night, June 9, 1961. :
F County.Mr. located, teamed up with a motionto here on May 25 on a proposed Program planned for Tuesday
inVest Palm Beach for Abe
'. Hull is one of the area'sf Dobrow, 68, who'passed away Sun- I call on the legislative delegation"to $387.4 million state road budgetfor evening will be the playing of
do in their la the 1961-62 fiscal year. Gilli's "Sermonette" the Wood-
most successful vegetable and cat- Beach everything power by
,day in a West Palm hospital )
.. tIe growers and recently bought after suffering a stroke. Services fight a division of the lake." It Final approval is scheduled for wind Quintet: Patsy Keene, clan)-.,
f'" and developed a large farming were conducted by Rabbi Irving B. I', was supported;by other members June 22. The budget goes into e: net; David Beede, Flute; San ,

..o&--.."'th".aat..o: :..Canal.Point*and Cohen end-''crematioiffollowedr .-"" :ot.ttboard.J:,-.. -, -.,.' ; 0 -- ......: "fectJuly'* LThe' % __';"_1f- 'x-_ .._ .- ..: pi.abas;jLMartha.,,. l'T'
will continue operating mainly in Ba.ckln 1928'Mr..Dobrow becamea 1'I Said Lytal '"we are notin' a po- ,budget-provid $100.6 million French .horn. and ,Pam Boe,, '

cattle and sugar cane in that area. resident of Pahokee where he and i!: sition to compromise one {inch" and for new interstate highways, soon* ,

Not released by'the buyer, seller his father-in-law, Herman G ld.1 i added that all possible means must $83 million for primary highways The band as a unit will participate -
or realtor; was the name of the owned and movie theatresfor be, employed "to keep these coun- $44.4 million for secondary roa"dsand in these other numbers on the-
operated ,
majority stockholder of the pur- ,the tys from stealing from us." $96.2 million in bond projects. program: "Iowa Band Law" -
many yearsAfter. passingof ... is
Also carried in the budget
chasing corporation. However, official Mr. Gold, Mr. Dobrow and'Mr. King; "Jolly Robbers Overture"Yon --
records show that the Hol-< Gold's two Louie and $63.1 million for completion, of Suppe; "St. Julien March" -'
sons Jerry
Road Retread Job
be under
gate Company, Inc., is under the continued with Mr. Dobrow in the projects that will way Hughes; "Git on Board" Yoder; / 9} ,
direction of John Tiedke of Winter _when the current fiscal year ends. "In Clock t
business being joined in late I a Store"-Brown-Beelerr\
years I
.j ,Park ,Fla., who owns and operates by a son, Oscar Dobrow. : Sought For Glades The, budget authorizes 50 per "El Capitan" Soust; "Vincent I

," Shawnee Farms on the south side I He was a member of Temple Beth cent more work ,than available Youmans Fantassy"' Yoder ar-
funds will finance to the road I
of Lake Okeechobee which is the give
Sholom of Belle Glade; past presi- rangement; "Washington Post
largest independent cane Commissioner Paul Rar- department leeway in schedulingprojects. March"-Sousa "Student Pnin e"
I sugar dent and charter member of Paho County : ::
: grower in the area at present. kee Rotary Club and past com- din. Canal Point warned the 'county -Romberg-Bennett; "Emblem of
The;purchasing concern plans to mander of Pahokee American I board this week that unless It carries $13.1 million for maintenance Unity March"-Richards; "Over-

use the Hull land for growing Legion. action is'taken to get the state to of primary roads and $2.8 ture Argentina" Buchtel; "His
million for maintenance of 'secon-
sugar cane to be processed throughthe He is survived by his widow, resurface a section of SR 700, the Honor March" Filmare; "The .
newly proposed $11,000,000 will be withina dary roads: plus $300,000 for way- Star Banner". ..
Ruth, and one son Oscar, both of highway impassable Spangled Key-Fil-
sugar mill being planned by a Pahokee; one brother, Samuel, year. side parks and boat ramps, $100.- more arrangement. .
000 for road side beautificationand
group of local growers. The mill Daytona Beach; one sister, Mrs. Rardin's warning was soundedat I
will be erected on a recentlypur Rose Schoen, West Palm Beach; a special meeting of the, Commission $250,000 for traffic signals and j
chased quarter section of land on and four grandchildren. I this week, when he told the overhead sign installations.The Flood Control In .

Belle Glade Airport Road just one I I board that the new State Road Department road department anticipatestotal .
mile east of the old Pahokee-Belle I! budget did not include revenue during the year of New Road Effort .
$243.1 million, including $117.3
Glade highway. retreading of the Glades road from .
Life Georgia MenAttendConvention million from the state gasoline tax. :,
The new mill will be operated asa I.the ,intersection of SR 700 and SR I
$88.8 million in fedenl'aid and rare
complete cooperative and wilt be 717 (Muck City Road) for a distance County Commissioners this week
million from bond issues. ;
$56.9 ..
known "Sugar Cane ,GrowersCooperative
as of seven miles east. The pro- planning an inspection of pos-
:ry of Florida." They paid had been in t
ject put preliminary sible .road facilities which if completed _,I
$100.000 for the mill site. !I
budgets but was deleted from the will I
.-, I C. A. Batchelor, Frank Tills I final list of Palm Beach County East Shore Dist. miles of Glades open.up farmland some square:

Final 1 Superior Is I and A. C.,Hitchcock, agency repre projects in the State Road Board;: The Central -md South Florida 'i'
sentatives for Life Insurance Co***-
budget. Flood Control, in a letter to the +
pany of Georgia in the Glades Commissioner Rardin said the Tax Up A Little commission, offered the board the

PHS Band Rating area were designated to attend "sugar boom" ,in the Glades has use of an area located between the

their company's Honor Club conference caused a step up in traffic over>> the Miami Canal bank and the canal

at Far Horizons, Longboat: road and that continued use of .he According to,information receiv- dike, as an access road into the
Pahokee High School Band Key Sarasota May 17-19. the office of East Shore .
re- roads present condition will event- ed from new farm area. It would be the ..
ceived a final ""Superior" rating They achieved the distinction by ually make the highway impass- Drainage District, the new law, county's responsibility to maintain.

in the State Band Contest (Southern attaining membership in the com- able.The passed at this session of the legislature the berm road which extends some

Division) In Miami last week. pany's Honor Club through super- board joined the Glades commissioner provides for an increase in 20 miles into the farm area ,
This was the highest rating awarded -I ior service to their policyholders.With I in instructions to County the maintenance tax levy from the The commission decided tha its

to any band in Palm Beach: other Life of Georgia rep Engineer Steve Middleton, to contact present assessment of $4.00 per engineer and some members of the'

County. resentatives from Florida, they I' the State Road Board immediately acre per year to $5.00 per acre per board, should survey the road site
They were awarded a superior in will travel to Sarasota for a seriesof 1961 and ta ,
II with a request that the year,for the year $5.50 and cheek into what the project
concert and marching and an excellent sessions with top company officials budget be reconsidered and the each year thereafter. would cost before making a final' >" !
in sight-reading. Two.contest on life insurance sales and Glades road project put back 'on District information further ad- committment.
N I kIn
ants to receive superiors in solos service. the list of work projects. vises that the present debt service : another action road the ..;
on ':
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were: Alice Hurt piano and Lamar Mr. Batchelor is district man- tax levy of $3.00 per acre per commission approved a transfer ,

Williams on the drums the other ager for Life of Georgia in,the Pa- Col. and Airs. W. S. Evans returned. year may be reduced to $1.75 per of funds within the capital improvement t}i' ,.:

solos and, ensembles, won excelS hokee area, with headquartersin to their home at Cypress acre for the year 1962 making an budget. The ,shift took j i' f

lents in their divisions.. Pahokee where; he resides. Lodge. Port Mayaca Tuesday froma overall increase of only 25c per funds from several projects that '(;p "
iMr. Mr.TUlis la staff :;
a manager for weeks visit in Sarasota and Seb- acre.
cannot be
o and Mrs.. W. L. Anderson of the company and'a1aO resides in ring, they were the, house guests The increase in the maintenancetax the started at to this other time projects, and'moved f-t

Canal Point were Sunday guests of Pahokee.. Mother's Day' weekend of money ; ,
during levy was approved by the landowners that are ready to go or are already t'I'
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ; Mr., Hitchcock lives in Canal 1 ,their son-in-law and daughter Dr' of the/dlsirkt at, its last in the works. '. |
and Mrs.. William Gardner in West I Point, and is ';& member of Canal* and' Mrs. Frank Kandley andrea hH4-. regular meeting held April 10 The board also received bids for i
Palm Beach. I Point Baptist Church.. 0
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f.., 'x'The Rardin-Buirding In Canal Point, Florida ::1MSUBSCRIPTIONS :-. f I i
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: THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF are due if your SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you I FOR RENT: One furnished bedroom ( ;

t name label shows you to be JIll have one, get in touch with this i with double bed. References 1 ,I

, : THE EVERGLADES NEWS arrear on payment. Send along newspaper and insert, a .$1 cla exchanged. 477 Bacom Point a!
that $2.00 payment now and we ified ad. It will get results. All, cde'' Road near City Park. Phone 4422. '\ 1
f. } Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without will continue to send you this great |payable in advance. The Everglades Itp : II

t Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years palladium of the family fireside. "News, Canal,Point, Fla.SAMPLE ,I t

J EstablishedMarch ii, 1924. Published Every Friday The Everglades News Canal Point, I COPIES of last week's 'HEN SHOPPING. West Palm
Fla. I Beach visit the new Mary Carter
., Subscription Price .$2.00 Year In Advance edition of The Everglades ;News Paint: Store on the Dixie Highway I'
' APARTMENTS are needed by I were mailed in Canal Point and
r The Evergladeg.Newa'Ip.Entered at the Post OfficeIn 2 blocks S. of Southern Boulevard.We .
many folks coming into this area new subscriptions will be welcomed
Point Florida have a $2 sample can of our
Canal ,, ,' as Second Class :Matter
'to earn a living.' Do you have one this week. Just $2.00 for a year wonderful liquid Glass Enamel for I teach
Paul itardin Editor Publisher for rent? Tell them and the world will keep you -informed of happan- .
Owner, Canal Point visitor who mentions :
: through a $1 classified ad in these ings in this area. this advertisement. 4212 S. .
L Mother's Day Reunion! columns. Send 'along a descriptionof Dixie, West Palm Beach. etc '
Club Hears"Interesting
I USDA the apartment and a,$1 bill and RUBBER HOSE More than a t
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': ;. .. ... ,., .. r :, .-.-':) F.Ut.7:1 we'll do th3 rest. The EvergladesNews I million feet in stock prices below I I I FOR SALE: Two bedroom CBS

..' -. ,. TalkDon ,' Canal Point Fla. I jobbers costs garden hose and in- duplex apartment house, $16-
".: 'i.iai 'Mother's,.'Day re- dustrial hose for every servic-3.!I 500, FHA: financing available '
I'u: : :!on picuic dinner; of the Shive I f OK SALE: New and used Willys Suction, fire, air water, irrigation,I I $800 down plus closing costs. Julius j It
in Belle Glade I Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage spray. HOSE, REMNANTS, MILL Moon, 256 N. Flame Ave. PiI '
j :-i-i' ry was held .. J Fishier was the envy of the I I I .'
City Park Sunday at noon',fo ow1 USDA: Club members at its regular in Belle Glade Phone 3058. ENDS. Couplings of all kinds. .\N hokee. X2vscs :?" :.

i ing the Church services, with Mrs: luncheon meeting, May 10, at the Oct. 1754ch. INCH OR A MILE. AMAZON I I I- ,... ------ '
Rhoda Shive of Pahokee as'guet Canal Point HOSE & RUBBER CO. 3946 N. I '
\- Community Building, \ t xs a'GtLJ.a TIC\ .
of honor. when he illustratedtalk PLUMBING SERVICE! If you Miami Ave. Phone PLaza 4-4566. -I
| presented an I The _ns:a:tati'Jd of the officer
f i The Belle Glade members, attending about his visit to Colombia, I need a plumber just step to the of the Canal Point Woman's So- "
were her daughter and.herr one of the United States closest phone and call H. W. Scrape in 1-14-Pd'l ciety of Christian Service of the I '
r family: Mr. and" Mrs. John Dulany': Latin American friends. Pahokee at Phone 7547. Septic I:' VACATION TIME is just Canal Point Methodist Church will 1 I

Mr. and Mrs. Sydney K. .Smith, Mr. Fishier, Leader, Cordage tank cleaning: field tile work. We I the corner. Before you take off, I be hold< in candlelight services, I
! Jr. and family, also Mr. and Mrs. fibers Investigations. Everglades sell water heaters, pipe 'fittingsand how about dropping a check for I: Sunday 7:30 p. m. with the Rer. 1
':' do all kinds of repair work.H. $2.00 in the mail for subscription I
Sydney K. Smith Sr. Experiment Station, who filled an your -: Robert Shelley, pastor of the church t
Those from Pahokee were Mrs. assignment for the International W. Scrape, Pahokee phone to The Everglades News, Canal -I'I officiating. 1 1

if Shive and her three daughters and Cooperation Administration in I II 7547. M26pd. Point, Fla.Lawrence. ,, to I
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their families: Mr. and Mrs. 0,. D. I Colombia last year, discussed various I' CLASSIFIED+ ADS i

_Carpenter, Mayor and Mrs. DUn- I aspects of the economy andpolitics j I Last Rites Held In E. Will To I PAY BIG DIVIDENDS i
can Padgett, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph) of our South American I

L Grimes and Mr. and Mrs. Vance j Neighbor. He dwelt at some lengthon Ala., For Mrs. Watson Speak At Fort Pierce IN NOTICE THE COURT TO CREDITORS OF THE COUNTY I

Denton and family.Mother's the striking contracts to be seen JUDGE,IN AND FOR PALM BEACH
between the old and the new. This Funeral Services were held for. Lawrence E. Will, Everglades COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATB, \,'
NO____ .___ "
. Day Cake was aptly illustrated by excellent. Mrs. Ethel: Watson, 52, Thursday pioneer and historian and authorof IN RE ESTATE OP -- I
f kodachrome slides showing modern May 18, in Brewton, Ala. Mrs. NANCY ELLEN HATFIELD.
the, newly published "Okeechobee Deceased. ,
r And Coffee Served
automobiles trucks and buses II Watson came to Pahokee seven TO ALL CREDITORS, LEGATEES, <
side-by-side with handcarts and months ago from Ala., to work in Hurricane" will be guest DISTRmUTEES AND PERSONS HAVING -
"'. I .},{r. and Mrs. Leon Spooner of horse-drawn wagons. 'I' produce. They lived in a trailer on; speaker at a supper meeting of the I AGAINST ANY SAID CLAIMS ESTATE OR: DEMANDS

Pahokee. served cake and*coffee, The contrast of the old and new Belle Glade Road near McGouirk's St. Lucie Historical Society, in Ft. You and each of you are hereby
afternoon at their- was also in 1 Store and it there she died of I notified that you are required by Lair
4" Sunday home to apparent the various I was Pierce Thursday evening, May 18. to present any claims and demands
I the following members of the Pad architectural forms shown in the I natural causes in her sleep Sunday which you or either or you may have
gett' Mrs.. slides. The of the I at 10:30 I His talk will be on "Pogey Bill" against the estate of Nancy Ellen Hat-
family: her mother,; skyline capitol p. m.Survivors field to the County Judge of Palm
Charley Moran Mayor, and Mrs. city, Bogota (where the mean include her husband: colorful former sheriff of Ok e- Beach County, Florida at his office
Duncan Padgett Mrs. James Wilson average temperature is 65 degreesthe I Dallas Watson of Canal Point; j chobee County.* In West the Palm court Florida of said within"'County eight at

and her son Jimmy, Mrs..Perry year-round), with its ultra two sons, Billy Wayne Prescott and I II Will's dramatic presentation of calendar months from the time of the
Dukes and her baby, Mrs. Adaline modern office buildings and apart- Bobby Prescott of Pensacola; one the life and adventures of this remarkable first claim publication or demand of shall this be notice.In writing Each
St4lckey and her son Lennie also ment houses, contrasted sha'rplyWith I daughter Mrs. Georgia Sue Morris i.: ,character of Lake Okee- In duplicate and shall state the placeof

: Mrs. John Padgett of West older parts of the city marked also of Pahokee; Mother, Mrs. Lilly I Il chobee's early development, tfe- the residence claimant,and and post shall office be sworn address to by at +
Palm Beach. The occasion was in with the imprints ,of the Spanish!l Williams of Andalusia: ,- Ala., also cently 'given at the annual meet- the claimant his agent, or his attoreny
honor of Mother's Day and also conquistadors. I r six brothers and three sisters livingin I ing of .the Florida Historical' So- filed and any shall such be void.claim or demand not so ,

... Mrs. John Padgett's. birthday an- The beauty of the, scenery of Florida and Alabama. ciety, was so well received that he GLEN O. HATFIELDAs .
niversary. Colombia was adequately illustrated The body was sent to Brewton, has been asked to repeat it for the administrator of the Estate of.
r I Nancy Ellen Hatfleld. deceased.Thadd
by Mr. Fishier. The lofty mountains Ala., for funeral services and I benefit of the St. Lucie County Whidden I'
SHOULD BE of the burial. Attorney for Administrator
TWINS great Andean cordillera society.
Publish: April 28 May :5. 12. 19. 1961
County Engineer Steve Middle- which pass through Colom- f t
ton would have been better off this bia as well as other countries on 1 -t---- ------- -- 4 !

week if he were twins. Middletonwas the west coast of South America l4IZi Ii: 1Q I

called to Tallahassee for a provided the usual quota of grand ;
.. committee 'hearing Wednesday vistas, forests, waterfalls, streams, L1i ,

morning and had to be back to rivers and lakes. A '

West Palm Beach for another Friends of Senior Ismael No- }:y:f: f4\ r r ix lfr hSt pN:':fA '
meeting Wednesday 'night.. The juera, who is well known in the ''rTy vi:S' fL!}:.{}''' ri}y JI

commission felt that both meetingswere Florida Everglades, were pleasedto ,.
, of prime importance and, instructed see slides of him and his family 4t.V.-vy \, I I
in Colombia. ,
Middleton to check intoa tti'h: ,
charter flight so that *e could Mr. Fishier, past president of I
make: both meetings. the USDA Club stated that ne h1S ry:
.. was sent to Colombia to assist the

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sas er were Colombian government in the initiation \ ''i
of a kenaf production j
the'weekend guests of'relaUvesein'Wauchula. pro-
gram. Fiber from kenaf, a plant w' -
belonging to the mallow or cotton ,,
NOTICE OF INTENTION. family, is, used in the manufactureof L3 IijJ !

OX REGISTER; FICTITIOUS: burlap bags for the transport of 1
NAME many agricultural products. He MC- [I : I
Notice is hereby 'given that, the plained that' the ultimate objective -

undersigned, .tinder the provisions of the Colombian governmentis

1 _\ of,Chapter,20,953, Laws otFlOricm. to become self-sufficient in the I I
Acts of 1941 will register;with the production: of fiber and the manufacture '
Clerk of ,the Circuit Court.ixuaad:: : of bags needed'for agricultural : !
for Palm Becah County; Florida, 'export items. I

upon,receipt of, proof tot:,Publication Of f ourse. Mr. Fishier, with his I 'Here at the Friendly Everglades Federal we Day you to! save'money. We -
',of this notice, the fictitious usual wit, had to remind us all that! '
the nignest rate in
: pay you at South Florida 44 percent per annum. .
.. I the U. S. has its beauty
namei.Jto.Avit v. .0.1 faiaoi Ats. spots also,
GLADES ENTERPRISHS...INO.:. and showed a, of Oregon Then, too, your money is.S fIt is insured by an instrumentality of the" ,'
under ;which we are nga t government. account is insured up to 1000000. :
business at Canal Point.9eida.tJi scenic,places windingup '
That:the parties .interested in ,with a few shots' of Cuba (before '
said:business'are as follow;*** ,the beard), and 'a.,little black : $&% INTEREST PAID ON YOUR SAVINGS
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: PagcTbur The Evei'glides News, Canal.. Point. Florid Friday, May 19, 1961 ,
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and Mrs.home M. V.they Lewis visited in Tampa.J. the Rev.. I Pensacola Plans lanta City and Houston Tallahassee.New Orleans, At-

I. l p't :A'NJ'vrS( :::NOTESMrs. ] W. Spangler of Canal Point! Tortoise & Hare Race The..Nieuport will take off first,

spent. the past weekend in Shelby, with the Corsair delaying flight :o .
N. C., he was called Saturday by PENSACOLA-A "tortoise and allow the estimated time for sim- I
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grandfather race between a World War ultaneous arrival at the next air-
I : ,C. G. Coburn is a patientin Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tillis and Moore of that'city. I Nieuport and a World War n '

Good Samaritan Hospital in family also Granny Tillis spent Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lairssy Corsair will be staged by two Nav- port.The winner will be the pilot who

j West Palm Beach this week for observation tht weekend,in Brandon'' as guestsof and daughter, Karen, of Sebring al Reserve pilots flying from Los, gets the best performance from his t'

and rest. relatives. spent Mother's Day and the past Angeles ,Calif., to the olden Anni-
I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Unwin of Pa- plane on the basis of the craft'sestimated
Mrs. Lula Barfield accompaniedGuy week end with his parents, Mr. and versary"_of fNaval'\: ation Homecoming
Sharon to Sarasota last week hokee had as their Sunday luncheon Mrs. Millard Lairsey in Canal in- Pensacola. They will potential. Points will be

and are the guests of :Mrs. Vesta guests her brother-in-law and sist- Point. Charles is a deputy circuit make 31 stops enroute. chalked up at each landing.

Calvert.Mr. er, Mr. and Mrs Harry Stewart of court clerk in Highlands county. Wearing uniforms corresponding Winner of the "roundthecountry" }
and Mrs. Donald Hand and Ft. Pierce. I
will be awarded
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones and to the period of their vintage handicap a
family of Orlando were:the recent Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux of at the Golden /
Alan and Harold of craft, Commander Frank G. Tall- trophy Anniversary f
sons, Ray,
house guests of his mother, Mrs. Canal Point, were the weekend '
of Naval
Aviation Air
Clewiston were Sunday luncheon man m, USNR in the Nieuportand Spectacular ./
Lessy Hand in Pahokee.Mr. house guests of Mrs. H. H. Grims- at Sherman Field in Pensacola
of his Mrs. Annie Commander Charles Michael onJune
guests mother
: and Mrs. Earl Hingson and ley in Tampa.
Jones and his brother,Alton in Ca- Hinn, USNR, In the Corsair will 10. .
son Gene of Clewiston were Sat- Miss Mabel Fletcher of Miami .AI
urday visitors at the home of her i spent Mother's Day weekend as nal Point. leave Los Angeles at 7 a., m. on
May 21 and land in Pensacola at
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn An- guest of her parents Dr. and Ms. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson ac- ,
drews in Canal Point. R. P. Fletcher in Pahokee.Mr. their Dale were p. m. May 30, flying a round-'
companied by son
Mr. and Mrs. John V Thomas, and Mrs.,,W. S. Cross of Ca- 'weekend visitors of their son Bob- about route that will take them il

Jr., and daughter of Pahokee were nal Point had as their weekend by, who is a member of the senior Milwaukee through Salt, Lake City, Denver, of QUALITY _

the weekend house guests- of, her guests, their son-in-law and daughter class at Forest Lake 'Academy, Chicago, Oklahoma I I
parents Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kelleyin Mr., and Mrs. Doyle Branyonof
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Bobby Williams of Canal Point their house guests her sister, Mrs. left last week for Colorado L t tt r I

leaves Sunday for a ,three weeks, Nellie Reuter of West Palm Beach. Springs, Colo., where she will oe

vacation in Havana, Fla., and several Mr. and Mrs. George Ramey of the guest of her son-in-law and

towns in Georgia, visiting relatives Pahokee had as their recent house daughter, Lt. and :Mrs. M. W.. I GLADES ENTERPRISES

and friends before returning guests their son-in-law and daughter Cary. , Mr. and :Mrs. Hugh G. Miller near Orlando.. !1 t

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson of m, of Rockledge. (INCORPORATED)
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. O'Connell
Canal Point and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Irene Stone of Haines City -
went to New Smyrna Beach over
Frank Friend of Pahokee and Mrs. was the recent house guest of her ]
the weekend and were the guestsof k A New and Pile Driv-
Offering Piling
Ollie Adams of Canal Point at- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
their son-in-law and daughter,
tended the Christening of little Mrs. Al Lavender in Pahokee.Mr. .
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sganga and ing Service To The EvergladesNo
Nat Nason in Lakeside Presby- ,and Mrs. Glenn Andrewshad _
terian Church in West Palm Beach as their recent house guests -

Sunday. their sons and families, Mr. and matter what your needs in piling, just give usa -
Junior CattlemenWill
I :Mrs. Dewitt Andrews and childrenof
Miss,, Kay Seckinger, who nas
ring at,7940 and we will be ready to take care of
been doing her intern teaching in Lake Worth also Mr. and Mrs. Meet On May 23
Perrine, visited Mr. and :Mrs. Paal James Andrews and sons of West I your wants. We, have piling, green or lightwood,

Rardin Saturday on her way backto Palm Beach.* The regular meeting of the Junior for your needs. You'll find our prices reasonable.

Stetson University where she Mrs. J. D. Latham returned to Cattlemen's Association will beheld J Give us a call if you are planning a building.
will receive her degree June 4th. her home in Canal Point Saturday at the Glades Office Building! 1

Mr. and :Mrs. Clarence (Ikie) from Jacksonville where- she had [ Tuesday night, May 23, at 7:30p. : -t : : : : : : : : : I :"H+K-H+: : I I I : I : I : : : : : : I I : I :

Maxwell of Pahokee had as ,their spent the past week with her m. I a
weekend Mother's Day guests thair: brother who is seriously ill. I I Jim Pace, the Extension Animal Free Estimates Cheerfully Given

son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mis. Audie Hooks, Jr., Husbandman from the' Universityof '
Mrs. Dale Maxwell of Lowell. and two children Ronnie and Jonel- Florida, will discuss feeding,
Mr and Mrs. Ben Rogers of Ci- le of Clewiston were the Mother's selection, fitting and showing.All I GIE 't ;i

nal Point had as their Mother'a Day guests of her parents, Mr. and members of the Junior Cat-
Day guests her sons and their fam- Mrs. J. D. Latham in Canal Point. tlemen's Association and other I
ilies, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Foreman, Mr. and :Mrs. James Latham of boys and girls who are interested CANA POINT FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Foreman and Cocoa were the guests of his par-:I in showing cattle next year should
daughter Sandra, also Mrs. Fore- ents and also visited her parents attend this very important meet- OWNED AND OPERATED BY:

t man's mother Mrs. Roy Lowe all of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gamble in Pa- George H. Tucker, Jr., President
Ing.For '
West Palm Beach,and her daughter hokee. further information call the Harold Wilkinson, Vice President.
and her'family, :Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. filackwrll County Agent's, ,Office, WYman
I R. O. Shackford, Sr., SecretaryTreasurerMti&X
C. Livingston and their son Larry and children of Canal Point were 6-5511, or the'Vocational Agricul

and daughter Linda of Canal Sunday guests of his 'mother, Mrs. tural Department in Belle Glade or
Point. Minnie Chapman in Dundee. En- Pahokee. I >&! I I


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; t better for buying a new JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLETand .

:-' I thars'the road tamers are responsible). Inspect the advantages of := :
( car more people are buying ) -
the finely built Body by Fisher (none can match it in .,-

:: The wish-I-had-a-Chevy season's here! Summer's: in sight. Chevrolet's field). Look over the full selection of models S

5" Horizons are brightening. Vacation,plans are percolating. and compare the prices (18 Six and V8 Jet-smooth Chevies .

.' It's the most rewarding time of the year to stop by and are priced belowcomparable competitive models). So I .

s" talk buy with! your Chevrolet dealer. And why not do now you know why more,people are buying Chevies than CHEVROLET "r _;_
\ ', more than just talk? Take a Jet-smooth Chevy out on the any other make. Just one other thing-check the sweet I -<".

': t"' road. That wonderfully gentle ride you'll feel is what we're trade-in allowance your Chevrolet dealer can offer you r : ',

::' so proud of (Full Coil suspension and a chassisful of other now. See how easy i it is to blossom out in a new Chevrolet? i i '

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Glades To AdvertiseBill that tragedy often comes from
I .. THE WORLD OF WfJOD ''SI.J. Introduced what seems to be a minor viola-
New Piling ConcernA Is tion in many cases such as run

ning a stop sign racing past a

new concern is open and ready TALLAHASSEE-A 'right to i traffic signal with the caution
PaNt 8NIlfallS for business in the Glades area of advertise" bill has been introduced -11 light glowing.
: Palm Beach county. :It is known as to the Florida Legislature. The "Children are a lot more observant -

Glades Enterprises, Inc., and offers bill seeks to prohibit state regula- at almost any age. than the
every service known to pile tory boards from banning adver- average parent might suspect; and

waif and pile driving operations that go tising. any small violation, no matter how

: i along with new construction.The Eliminating professional groups minor it may seem, plants a seedof
concern is headed by the fol- and boards comprised of cabinet desire to do it'' 'dad's way in a

THE MYTHICAL ,GIANT LUMBERJACKIS '-.-. .% officers: officers and elected officials, the developing mind," the patrol said.

A PIKER COMPARED TO A NEW Crge H. Tucker, Jr., President. bill would disallow regulatory Many a tragedy might have been
:J>UL WOOO HATlVESTtNG: MACHINE Harold _J. Wilkinson Vice PresiR. boards, such as the Florida Funeral prevented if parents had "sold acceptance -
NOW OI'ETi1'J:".) I:v ..IE SOUTH/ rte'l' -
I O. Shackford. Sr., Ccc-Treas.::' Directors, from forcing association of good safety practices"to
-- It was pointed out by officials: of members to refrain from ad- observing children when they

..:Ie new con *'.t they are anxious vertising. '. ***2re in the formative stages look-

:) / to give free estimates on proposed The\funeral directors have' such I!|.: ing on as young passengers learning -

: work. So, if you are interested a regulation in force 'which has 1|I the right and wrong from their

; in prices o.:, green or been bitterly opposed by newspapers -i j mothers and dads.RESOLUTIONS.
; : lightwood just step to the phone radio and television interests -:J ---
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-.-- -. I Frank Jaffe of the Fourth Dis-I,II In Memory of

s i trict, Advertising .Federation of Brother William Mancel HalL
WorkersGo America, and John Paul Jones, Who passed away March 27, A. D.
secretary' of the Florida Daily 1961 A. L. 5961. .

1. North To Work Newspape>; Association and the The Angel of Death has invaded
Florida Press Association, are in the ranks of the craft and summoned -

.. favor of the bill. They claim such one of the_true and faithful.
':'.TALLAHASSEE Florida's regulations threaten to destroy the His passing leaves a pang of ror-

WITI* ONLY OV2 MAN'TOOPE.tATE'fT L/- army of some 40,400 migrant farm economicstability of the press, I I II row, and a feeling of sadness. His
THIS -' workers assured of contin- radio and tv industry I voice will be heard no more around
MAClilWE' FE'' t5 TREE, /' are job .
the altar of
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uity when the big spring harvestsin
example of his unselfish
and de-
IT IN TO PULF>.O<7DLEMCTHS. 1 this state c-';ie' :o an end grad- Respect For Traffic
THEM IT3INDS .ally dtu.2ig Lu !-_; t..o weeks 'm 'otol Lf> will continue to live to
THE STICKS INTO 1.1 May and the migration northward Law By Youngster guide the footsteps and direct the
CORD BUNDLES AND -:. begins. conduct of many men.
: Makes Good Driver
DEPOSITS THE BUNDLES ,, In the His, achievements and sacrifices
making announcement,
OKI! END TO BE PICKED will live in the hearts of the craft.
F Chairman A. Worley Brown of the TALLAHASSEE-Show respectfor
and shall think of him
we as living
SPECIAL LOADER/ State Industrial Commission pointed traffic laws and highway safe- .
I I out that guidance of these seasonal ( ty regulations today and your observing a beautiful ascending and expanding -
life made radiant by the lightsof
THE MACHINE HAS TWO HYDRAULIC CUTT1VO HEADS THAT CAN" I workers has been expedited youngster will most likely true fraternal love.
SLICE THROUGH TREES UP TO 19.INCHES IN DIAMETER IN SECONDS/ by the FIC's farm labor place- grow up to be a good driver to-
w .I I ment specialists in the state's net- morrow. RESOLVED. That Everglades
Lodge No. 211 F. & A. M. of Paho-
I work of Employment Service of- This is the opinion of the Flor-
Local' Fairs Best Salesman Expecting fices. v ida Highway Patrol, which operates kee Florida, in testimony of our

Showcases For State Air-Conditioned Curs Brown explained that farm labor on the firm belief that many a loss, be draped in mourning for
the proper period, and that we
representatives from all the Eastern -
tragedy could have been averted if
Says Doyle Conner FORT LATJDERDALE- as Seaboard states plus Indiana : the young driver had been brought tender the family our deepest
sympathy in their affliction, ind
and Ohio, had met during April cf up with proper respect for the
surely as office employes now takeit that a copy of these resolutions be
Commissioner of this for interviews *
Agriculture year pooled n rules which govern oUr behavior on
Doyle Conner said this week that for granted that they will have I 17 Florida agricultural areas andworked the road. sent to the Family.

he thinks Florida's local fairs ire air-conditioned 'surroundings ;n j| out a schedule which will "There is no better lesson to J. H. BORDEAUX,

the State's best sh w ases. which to work, outside salesmen I insure migratory workers a con- I teach your child than strict obed- Worshipful Master.

Speaking to members of Florida soon will expect to have their tinuity of seasonal. farm work out- ience of the law traffic or other- SEAL.
Federation of Fairs-made' up of traveling offices, their automo- of-state. wise," says Highway Patrol Com- I S. J. BAGGET,

county, area and state fair managers biles, cooled by the company. "Migratory workers are provided mander H. N Kirkman. "But m Secretary.- .

I Conner; said agriculture Wallace Hayhurst, general man- with a guide to seasonal farm order to,do this, your attitudes and
needs a public relations program ager of International AutomotiveAir work areas in all the Eastern Sea- reactions must reflect respect :f Miss Nancy Thomas and Bob
worse than any industry he knows. Conditioning Inc., says the board' states," he continued. "This the laws." Meyers of Miami were weekend
j He added that Florida's fairs 'can trend toward cooling for companyand I farm job Information kit covers Patrol records constantly show guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. X' V. .

})1aya vital part in promoting agricultural executive cars is clearly apparent -I locations of information services in Thomas. l
commodities produced in i'18 Eastern Seaboard states .
1 in a new sales analysis of conditions --
the State. the "Nordic" units designed for I: of employment, vehicle

"We don't ask that Florida's Florida: driving and produced hereby laws where and when workers are

fairs be completely agricultural",I the company. International is needed, how long the work will
Florida East Coast
Conner said. "We just want to see the only manufacturer of auto air- last, current wage rates, housing, Railway

agriculture have its rightful placeat conditioners in the South. location of other continuity farm

the fair." International Automotive established jobs, State and Federal regulations Seeks Authority to Purchase t

The Commissioner .praised the its factory, installation center ,covering transportation, employ-
Federation for its work in policing : and administrative headquarters ment of child labor, Social Security

fairs in the State, making them in Fort Lauderdale four years benefits, the reports one makes, Seaboard Air Line Railroad

;I clean and wholesome ent rtain- ago. and the taxes one pays."

ment and pledged the support of 1io. "In 1960, there were 591 crew Between
his Department in keeping them leaders, representing 28,765 migrant -
that way. Driver Education j workers, while 1961 shows 651
I II West Palm Beach and
Conner made his remarks at the Grant From Allstate I I crew leaders representing 33,410

Federation's Fifth Annual Short I I: migrant workers, mostly Florida -
Course banquet, held at the Uni- farm workers, plus a few migrants HomesteadThe
versity of Florida in Gainesville.The TALLAHASSEE The State from all parts of the United States.In .

short course serves as a plan- Department of Education receiveda addition the year 1961 shows between -

ning session and annual conventionfor $3,000, driver education grant 150 to 200 crew leaders, representing .
the group. this week from the Allstate Foun- approximately 7,000 Florida East Coast Railway has requested, .4

dation. Under provisions of the workers, who were not able to at- in,its petition to the Interstate Commerce Commission -

I grant scholarships are being tend the pooled interviews but who the imposition of a condition that would ..

State May" Go Into I: awarded throughout to Florida high school for teachers summer will Employment clear through Service the offices Florida: before State permit it to purchase that portion of the Seaboard .

Waterway BusinessTALLAHASSEE' I driver education courses at three I they leave for seasonal farm work Air Line Railroad south of West Palm ,'

universities. elsewhere.This gives a grand totalof Beach, should the Commission approve the ;

The legislature Superintendent of Education some 40,410 migrant workers, Atlantic Coast Line-Seaboard merger. This proposal ,_
Thomas D. Bailey accepted the gift I about 33 cent of whom '
per are wom-
is considering the idea of the if carried out, would:
from Roland Hagedorn Allstate
en. A significant increase this year,
state going into the waterway bus- Foundation representative. More with faster and
1 compared to previous years, was 1Provide shipping public ':
t iness and making aggressive efforts than 25 school teachers will
among Spanish speaking crew lead- better freight service. :
for federal' aid. ,
I be granted scholarships to summer ers, mostly from south Florida who train
2 Permit improvement in
Two bills 'that passed the senate
sessions at the University of Florida wanted assistance from the State
without debate would make way service with more frequent schedules.
Florida State University and
Employment Service for their I
for this machinery. A house comImttee the University of Miami. Upon I j I I I. crews. ..1 3 Promote industrial development for all

has already approved them. completion of, the course .these- "Prior to this year, we had noticed communities served by the Florida East ,. ,
One of the bills passed by the I
teachers will become certified driver a significant downward trend Coast Railway.
senate sets up a reorganization of education instructors in state .
for Florida migratory workers. This 4-Expand local railroad employment as a
the State Board of Conservation.
high schools. was due to mechanization in agriculture result of increased traffic. .
This board started as a salt water
It is expected that all scholar- but the current effect of
fisheries department but has developed -
ship recipients will introduce new ,mechanization has been stabilized."
into an organization that driver education courses in their details .
Brown emphasized that time, For more secure j
would be in five divisions under :
schools or expand present facilities money, and unnecessary travel are copy of this new booklet -
\the reorganization: Administration during the next school term. saved when employers, farm workers "WHAT IS BBS "'-1'
salt water fisheries, water re- In Florida more than 9,000 students crop specialists, and crew ;\ FOR MXRIDA". '!
sources and conservation, water- .have graduated from driver i
leaders use the services of the farm Copies are available aiD # .
ways development and geology. education programs taught :y labor specialists in Florida's State your nearest Florida : :
The other bill would set up a some 85 scholarship recipientssince Employment Service offices. East Coast Railway .-J t ,
Florida canal authority which FOR
1956. "These skilled I ;:
highly farm workers
\ Ticket Office
would implement the developmentof .. op..n.&. ,
make a vital effort in gettingour or 3
\\- such as the cross- Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Chastain, Jr.. farm,products to market on write Executive Depart ,

state barge canal. and daughter, Debbie, of Miami time," he said. xnent Florida East Coast Ii
This bill would set up the ma were"the,guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. -. -

chinery for the state to obtain T. PI'aUOn Sunday,-Mr. Platt and Mrs. Will Nason and small son, Yom&a' Augustina' A II .
rights-of-way for canals with the 1 the Chastains went to Cape Ca- Nat, of West Palm Beach were the t If, .. ":.

federal government doing the actual naveral to visit Lieutenant anl I 'guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl' Matson .. 0# \ .. t _'........ c .
digging. Mrs. A. W. Schell Jr.. and Connie.i several days this week. I

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Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday May 19, 1951

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r Kindergarten Will r Hooper-Mobley., L"I.
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I Have-Graduation-

" .n i Plans for a June 13 wedding inthe"

'Canal Point Baptist Church,
"Out of Space" is the theme
are being made byMiss Evelyn
chosen by Irs. Arch Blakey forI
=I Joan Hooper of West Palm Becah
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1 the graduation'exercises of he-:
and Robert Leon Mobley, Jr., cf
kindergarten class which will be
I Pahokee whose engagement nas
held in the Pahokee High School
; been announced by her
Auditorium 'Thursday' May ,,25th,
( ,T. A. Hooper of Canal Point and
7:45 p. m.Thirtythree.
Mrs. Shirley Hooper of 413 3th
f. children graduatingwill

). _,_ ,j, 'u.u..w Bqutrjy wiuuii iui4 13.a.W '* be eligible to,enroll in'the first Street West Palm Beach. Mr.
First Methodist The Church Of God I Christian Science grade in the Public Schools this Mobley is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
I Robert Leon Mobley Sr., of Pa
Of Pahokee Of Canal Point fall, Kathy Boynton, pianist will hokee.I I
Church Pahokee Prophecy Group
: I play the processional. Diplomas
I -- 'I The bride-elect is a member of
I will be presented to the following
. Rev. T. C. O'Steen Canal Point Road Unchanging beauty is a themeof the 1961 graduating class at Palm
boys and girls: Dianne Mills, Carol
the Lesson-Sermon "Soul andBody"
Beach High School in West Palm
" SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor Wilder, Caron Wilder, Lynn Hat-
to be read all Christian
' 9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School ton, Shari Hendfy Beach.
Tommy Williams -
11:00 a. m.-Morning. Worship 11:00 a. m.Preaching Service Science/churches Sunday. ., Leslie Hatton, George Tilts, Mr. Mobley a 1958 graduate ''f
Included in the Bible selections
.MYF Pahokee attended
6:45 High School
p. 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service Melanie Watson, James Paul Sas-
7:45 .-Evening Worship will be these verses from Psalm Palm Beach Junior College for two
p. 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. ser, Alan Tarr, Vickie Poteete
':d -: .J TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. 90: "Let thy work appear unto: Dallas Apelgren, Reid'Upthegrove, years and was employed as a
7:00.p. m. Vesper Choir prac Everyone welcome. Special musio thy servants and thy glory unto camera man at the TV Station
,' { Tommy Shirley, Debbie Arietta,
. "
their children. And let the beautyof
ticeWEDNESDAY and WEAT Channel 12. He is now asso-
singing. Bea Ellen Wroten and Mark
r : : the Lord our God be upon us: Crews. ciated with his father in the Used

i t" :' 7:45 p. .-Mid-week devotions and establish thou the work of our Car Parts Business in Pahokee.
Church i Also to Michael Hatfield Jane
The Methodist ,
t 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- hands upon us; yea, the work, of
t. ttce. our hands establish thou it." Spencer Neal Pennington, Karen
Point Florida I
.4 .'- I Canal One of the correlative passagesto Dobrow, Thomas* Herring, Jerry Former Resident
" / Pugh, Mark.Aldridge, Chris Hampton -
Robert A. Shelley, Pastor be read from "Science and
= : Passes At Sanford
" Canal Point Firstt Bill Blackwell, Henry :Moore
SUNDAY: Health with Key to the Scriptures"by
Micky Bush Lew, Cowart Donna
10:00 m.-Church School Baker states (
Mary Eddy
: Baptist Church a. pp.
: Lynn Pickett Lennie Mindlin and Mrs. Gertrude Sheppard 77, died
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 247, 248): "The recipe for beautyis
Laura Sue Boynton. at a Sanford Hospital Sunday :May
t. 6:30 p. m..Youth Fellowship to have less illusion and more
Elder R. E.Barfield
Three,other students, Gary Gillis 14, at 4 Funeral services and
SUNDAY 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Soul, to retreat from the belief of p. m.
: and Kit Tucker are not old enoughto
S School MONDAY: pain or pleasure in the body into burial were held in Sanford Tues
y ,,10:00 a. m.-Sunday graduate and Barbara Casto nas
3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice I the unchanging calm and glorious
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 1 I attended the classes only one day.Mrs.
7:00 m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY 'I freedom of spiritual harmony. Sheppard was a former PfI \-
:* p.
month and all
.... three are not eligible -
8:00 m.-Woman's
: 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship p. Society hokee resident and charter member -
to receive
Al\U'VISITORS diplomas.Mrs. I
f 1st Tuesday i of the Pahokee First
;< WEDNDESDAY: I is Baptist
Blakey accepting regis-
\" 7:30,,. m.-Midweek Prayer 2nd MONDAY: Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgett' I II I trations now for 1961-1962 school Church. The past ten years she

Service 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting' I I of Pahokee had as their \Vedn'p.3-1 I year. made her home with a grand
and and
: daughter familyin
day over night guests Mrs. Bob
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting I I
7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary Sanford. *
Johnson and four children of Miami -
Meeting. She is survived by one son Harry
, Church Of God, and her sister Mrs. Dale Rob l Oscar Chastain, of Thomasville, Sheppard of Pahokee and five

t, erts and two children of Tampa.j Ga., is in Good Samaritan hospitalin grandchildren. '

Canal Point Barfield HighwayPahokee West Palm Beach where he is .
The party 'were enroute /rom recuperating --

Baptist Church Florida Tampa to Miami and an accident from surgery performedon Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reagan and son

S 9:45 A. :M-SUnday: School j I near South Bay forced them to Thursday of this week. His con- Clyde of West Palm Beach were

S. Rev. Charles D. Stewart; .Pastor 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship stay over night until their car dition has been rather serious and it Mother's Day weekend guests of

SUNDAY: 7:30 P. Evangelistic Service could be repaired. They were rightat is hoped that the surgery willhelp J her mother, Mrs. H. C. Browningin

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 P. M.Tuesday Prayer Meet home in Pahokee as the ladies him. Canal Point. Also Mrs. Fred,

11:00 ,a. m.-Morning Worship ing were daughters of Dr. Joe Toole, Brock and baby of Norfolk, Va.

6:30 p. m.-Training Union. 7:30 P, :M. Thursday-Y. P. E. former pastor of the Pahokee CLASSIFIED ADS are the house guests of her moth'

t ',' 7:30 p. m.-EvenIng' Worship --. .. Methodist Church. I II PAY BIG DIVIDENDS er, Mrs. Browning.
Holy Nativity
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting.

---- Episcopal ChurchPahokee

.-. The Pahokee ChurchOf .

.The Nazarene M. Wendell:_Hainlin_ ,"Vlcar-' -' ...-

-, SUNDAY: 44 .;.'

, \ 71 Bacom Point Road 10 a. m.-Sunday School .-- '

: Charles F. Crauswell Pastor 11 a. .Worship Service I

t Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 _

5- I SUNDAY, SERVICES: St. Mary's Catholic I
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School.

11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. ChurchFather

6:30 p. m.-Juniors. -
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening Francis Fennech, Pastor .

Evangelistic Service. Sunday Mass 11:30'a. m. _
WEDNESDAY: Confessions before Mass,
i 7:30 m.-Midweek Prayer .- V's "
p. 'rSlrt.-kv' N
1 1WI
meeting. St. Peter's Lutheran __
"Where you are a stranger but _

once". 'Church, Belle Glade _

,August Koerber, Pastor
Eirst Baptist 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade IAYI7iIN

Church PahokeeSUNDAY
Divine Services 11 A.. M.
ei a AS: -j{ :
School 9:45 A. M. '
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School ( W' S
Mr. and Mrs. Ponce McDonaldand .
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ,

6:45 p. .-Training.Union daughter, Carol of St. Peters .... r: ':' ;
8:00 p. m. Evening Worship burg were the weekend house

WEDNESDAY: guests of her brother, George Max .

8:00 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. son. :

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iJ M Monday Cattle Sales How- does tie, help- keep 'an, old_ r'!-r

IiiJ Are regularly held .at the' Glades Livestock Market. American tradition alive? ; ;; :
which is owned and operated by more than 120 01-

Florida Cattlemen. ELF-reliance or the desire to "doityourToday, nearly half the families in America c

\ S old American Your them. '
self' is an custom. save :
You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here
: S f1:1 is a big reason why this tradi Your S&H Green Stamps make it possible : ;
: ,
at this Market.We,make an effort at all times to give
-S lion continues to thrive. He is constantly alert for you to choose from over 1,500 top- 1.. t

:: an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us for new ways to helpou fix that leaky faucet, quality, famous brand-name items at your -

trial. the jammed lock the broken window S&H Green Stamp Redemption Store. '-; i'< ..
I I I ; I I I I I I : 1 1.1 1 I Service is his 'business. That's 'why your r .; f"t'

hardware dealer stocks literally thousands of: FLORIDA DIVISION I
SALES EVERY MONDAY ATrl.. .jp. m.3 items-so that he can serve you,at moment's* The Sperry onJftiitchiiuon Company .:- 'to. ,* 1

.- *% .- i? *y ., notice. And_ 'as your friend d neighbor he 8801 Florida"venu.,Tampa,Florida.. '-, .: '; ;

helps*you in other ways, too.,Whatever you. r \: f!
Glades; Livestock .MjirketAssocIA decide to do yourself,'paint; a lamp, scr r8s g. vvvfu ;
.' repaIr nil_American Way of ThriJ ... < -: : ;,
} clean- piping shingle I the roof. ,he's ready tot Jor1fD00A04Fa1liwith.sound ur;--;', < ,

TjOl?; : advice:for'you* *- Distributed Slut TIi6;:"; :or-= :i n
... ... ; ... ? .., {.; s vrm"MAN $. .
! On Pa1ioK"e -BeUe Glade l Road And! ,how_rewerdfog"for you if your hardwattrdlergivestyottilSdd _.,.. ,....4..... ;'J!<''., ?, Jrf. .

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t (1. ';, A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into Xou buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the 3 ,
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." mature jb just 7 years months. nest egg for the feure. 7fcata why many: retired ;; ,a. :t
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a guaranteed 4% each to .
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. Page Eight The Ererglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, May 19, 1961

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r', Senior Citizens Nancy Thomas Engagement Announced Birthday Party For Canal Point Folks I

'! Visit In Fort
I Mrs. Ida LarrimoreMrs. MyersMr.

t'/ Honored By'Club I Ruth Meredith assisted by and Mrs._L. D. Echols accompanied l

Mrs. Quncan Padgett were host- by their daughter Miss

- -. esses at a surprise birthday cele- Betty Echols and niece Terri
,:, The Pahokee Woman's Club ob-
bration in honor of Mrs. Ida Lar- Echols all of Canal Point drove
.; their Senior Citizen's
served' Day rimore's 74th., ,birthday anniversary over to Ft. Myers Saturday .and
s! in their meeting last Wednesday.Each Wednesday, May 10, from 3-5 were the weekend guests of his
:, member f invited a senior ladyof p. m. in the Pahokee City Libras y. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and
the community to be her lunch- < Cammack. Mr. and Mrs.G. .
Home made cake and punch were Mrs. D. H.
eon guest. Mrs. Billy Ray Mosley,I served to her many friends who T. Echols and Mr. and Mrs. O.
welcomed the members and their
called during the afternoon and the H. Sheppard and their daughter
guests with a salute to the senior occasion was one she will long remember Miss Hazel Sheppard went to Fort
, citizens.
as it was her very first Myers on, Sunday and were the
:.,. Mrs. M. P. Stanley, program birthday party.RELATIVE guests of his brother and sister at
chairman introduced the guest --.-- .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. H
. speaker, Mrs. H. C. Graham County oar.
'. < Social Worker. She chose ...
.. *.)r The Maxson family received wori ,
her "Geriatrics" and "Ger-
subject Saturday of the death of their Mrs. Donald B. Kepp, Mrs. Leon-
" 'r ontology" and talked on preparing cousin, Charley Fourst 82, on Fri- ard. Maxson, Mrs. James Miller

,,''r-,;' for senior citizen years. Mrs. H I, day in Plainsville, Ind. He and 1 is and Mrs. W. F*. Underhill spent
Graham brought her to I
program 'wife were regular winter visitorsin Thursday in Miami and were ac-
an end with a poem entitled. "l\Iy' the Maxson's home until two companied home by Mrs. Miller's
Get Up and Go Has Got Up and.
years ago when his health began to daughter, :Mrs. Lou Lombard and
Went" and with her accordion
j i fail. her daughter Lisa.
C' she invited the group I

; f to join her 'in singing, "Carry Me -..
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During the business session, Mrs. .
, Mosley announced that the ,cookbooks I

compiled by the club mem- -i
bers had arrived and were available -I Beach Weekend SpecialYOU
at the close of the meeting. : :

An ammendment to the bylawswas I
considered and will be voted Mr. and Mrs. John V. Thomas of Pahokee announce the engage- CAN RELAX AND ENJOY YOURSELF AT

on at the next meeting. The club ment of their daughter, Nancy, to Robert Meyer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Seydell, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Nancy is a graduate of
recognized three charter members, Motelt
;" Pahokee High School, class of 1959. She attended Florida State Juno-By-The-Sea
Mrs. Lulu Barfield, Mrs. Crews ind where she :
University pledged Alpha Gamma Delta. Sorority and i
Mrs. Gene Butler. Charron-Williams Commercial College in Miami. She is presently
-. employed by New York Life Insurance Company in Miami. Robertis BEACH, FLA. PHONE VI"-1-3195

ATTEND FUNERAL, a graduate of Cuyahoga Falls High School, class of 1958.: He E. F. VAN KESSEL, PROPRIETOR .
Harry Sheppard of Pahokee ac- attended Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Institute, Miami, where he Ls
a charter member of Alpha Eta Rho Aviation Fraternity. He is
companied by his son-in-law and presently employed by the Miami News. The wedding will take
daughter, Mr.' and Mrs. Trevette place June 18 in the Pahokee Methodist Church. No formal invita- For $14 Per CoupleCHILDREN
Weeks of Lake Worth went to tions are being issued but all friends are invited.
Sanford Monday: to attend the Fun- "
eral of his mother, Mrs. Gertrude I I ( $1 EACH EXTRA IN SAME ROOM
Sheppard. 1--------------------------------- Flood Control In -
(continued from 1) I Come Friday, spend Friday night Saturday, Saturday night
Miller, 56, former resi-
and Sunday at Beautiful Juno-by-the-Sea Motel where
contract hauling on the coast from "
Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson and dent of Pahokee, passed away this I
two West Palm Beach trucking you can really rest and relax.
daughter Jamie of Canal Point week on the west coast of Florida. j
firms and referred them to the: I
were the weekend guests of Mr. When living in this area he was a
and Mrs. Arnold Barad in West salesman for Clewiston Motor
Submitting bids were Scarlet NEXT
Palm Beach. I Company. LOCATED DOOR TO
Truck Service and Delbert Crum I j HOWARD JOHNSON'S RESTAURANT
and Harbert Willard.
+++f I I I : I :..: I I t 1 1 I t I I I J t t J J tIt t : t HI, I I } | t.U I lilt The commission: also approved a I .

call for bids for office furnitura for m yi
THEATRESP .the Glades Office Building and
authorized an estimated $Q50 to
pay for some changes in the newI E : I Ir

LAKE DRIVE-IN I building. II -

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Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road e. THIS SAT LAIC AGE S
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-2 DIG FEATURES Congress

SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY. MAY 21-22-23 Will Bring BattleDuring

MAY 21-22-23

"Midnight Lace the present the session remaining of the days legisla-of II

ture, a fight will be made by var- L
JOHN GAVIN, DORIS DAY JERRY LEWIS ious counties to change the

AND REX HARRISONAMO- posed boundary lines of the pro-I
congressional districts.
IN COLOR The Seven Little Foys'I increase in population, Florida Is

I entitled to four new seats in con-I
I t I I ? M tIt I I II' i-H-H M' 111 M I' I I lift rIll filII I. gress.A H

bill passed this week by the

I I '!,r"IT" 'rY'-rYj! I House and* sent to the Senate
would radically change congres-- _
sional boundary lines. Whether the _
J. I. CASE PARTSLOTS Senate will accept the new bill is

problematical.Here ,
( OF 'EM) ,are the districts, with pcp.ulations MIUILDF =-
set up under the bill:

SERVICE AND SALESMorganBold 1. South'part of Dade, and Mon-
roe, Collier and Lee (505,000).

eH-. : : : : : : : :.+ 2. Duval (455,000). SAFETY

r 3. Escambia, Santa Rosa, Oka- )

Equip. Co. I Holmes loosa, :0-Walton(396,000), Bay).' Washington, with CONCRETE MASONRY

t 245 SE 2nd Ave. Delray Beach I 000)'North. part of Dade (545- I Home 'builders using strong, durable concrete masonry

have proven the lasting qualities.of concrete block I
Phone CR 64622ANNOUNCING 5. Pasco, Hernando, Citrus,
I ,even in areas subjected to hurricanes,earthquakes or disastrous
Sumter, Martin, Lake, Seminole,
t atomic blasts. If you're planning to build, look
Osceola, and west part of Volu-
J I '
first to concrete masonry, the weather-proof. termite
sia (282,000).
I proof '. ,decay-proof, fire-safe building material. For
-- ------ -- --- -- -
6 Broward, Palm Beach and quality block. .precision made on Stearns equipment...
.. j Martin '(578,000). '
7. Manatee, Sarasota, Pol k. see us today.Official .
Highlands, pkeechobee. Hardee, Report National Concrete MaeoyArodstioo
Chicago. IJlinok, May 11,1966.
.De Soto, Charlotte, Glades and I

I 8. DixIe Levy, Gilchrist, Alach-I
HOMES I j ua, Columbia, Baker, Union, BradI -
AND S BEDROOMS 1 AND 2 BATHS I ford ,' Johns '
I Clay Putnam, St. ,'I I
j Flagler and Nassau (241,000).
From $10,500 9. Jackson. Calhoun Gulf,I I

lor, Hamilton, Suwannee and La-

Blanton & Unwin Inc.Office fayette (247,000).
I 10. Hillsborough (397,000).
, Phone 7143 Be*. Phones 7712 ft 7566 11.-Orange, Brevard Indian I t I PAHOKEE FLA. BELLE: GLADE, FIA.PHONEW7 .
PAHOKEE;FLORIDA River St.. Lude and eastern Vo- PHONE 7185 eSB49w.
lusia (534.000). I

12. Pinellu (374.000). t II



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