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:
November 17, 1961
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
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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Canal Point post office is In a tax roll that is nearly $300-

feeling the surrounding: sugar boom 'r:: Ir 000 .higher, than the 1960 roll, of '
and receipts are continuing their $5,9W,47iflhe Pahokee City'Council -
surge upward according to the ; S fir wu')able( to reduce its millage

post master Mrs. Edythe Smith. J from 13% mills to 12 mills. The

\ 1 "Naturally," she said, "we are hap- lower rate is expected to bring in
I py'that our office is .showing.this $74,846.45 during the 1961-62 op-
growth. Also, we are grateful to erational year.
I.. our'many patrons who are making The council authorized City At-
this growth possible." torney Ralph Johnson and City
One period on which percentage' Engineer' ;Elliott Gross to go to
\ of increased business was calculated j Tallahassee in the near future to
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was from Oct. 14, 1961 through negotiate'with Trustees of the Internal -
Nov. 10, 1961. During' this period improvement Fund regard-

receipts surged upward to. the tune ing approximately 57' acres the
of 129 percent increase. city is trying to obtain for a rock- I

: Mrs. Smith pointed out that re- pit and sewage disposal area. f II
ceipts from the Bryant post office, : i The acreage is' said to be in Sec- t
which is a branch' of ,the local office : tion 19 in the 'southern. part of the !

accounted for its proportionate -! I
share of the increase. However, I held a public hearing
new' residents of Canal Point and on petition by Celestial Homes !

U y. surrounding area are finding that Inc., for rezoning of a number of .
i friendly and efficient postal ser' tracts from A agricultural to R2, .1

vice is available in the; air conditioned l ,<$ .,...... II, single family residential. No one '
and modernized post office' \ appeared in protest of the request 'I'
right here in Canal Point. : : :: and the council directed the, city
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___ Held Monday Eve Miss Vicki.Alley, daughter of Mrs. WilmaAlleyand'the cipient of more honors and, they are "Miss Police Chief Says.

..'- : .A'T""The : late Clyde W. Alley..andJirn "'' Best LOoking"the Senjor class:Jahd''"MissnVahdegriit .. .>_ _;
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< November meeting of the son of ''Mr. and Mrs: James Yearbook" of the 1962 annual of:which she Thanks For AssistsY

Pahokee P. T A. was held':Monday Vandegrift of Pahokee, were chosen Miss is art editor. She also has been,voted one of
evening in the high school auditor'' Pahokee and 'Mr. Pahokee High School last the .four sponsors of the. Pahokee-Belle;

.ium with J. H. Wilkinson Jr., Pres week:Iby"members of the school. The two Glade-foot ball game next Wednesday night. -) PahoiCee-Police Chief Leon Guthrie -

ident, presiding. Girl Scout Troop popular students of Pahokee .High have She is a member of Future/Homemakers: :' was passing out bouquets yes-
628 conducted the Flag ceremony. .been garnering titles for several of their of America. terday for the splendid assistancehe
S Rev.Thomas O'Stoen,Pastor of the i years in schooL Both are honor students in Jimmy, an Eagle Scout and a member of received in apprehending Arthur
First Methodist Church'of Pahokee school and 'both play cornet in the high thenational Beta Club, was chosen Mr. Lee Britt, 35,who broke into Glades
gave the Devotional and led in school band. Sophomore of 1961 and was a cornetist in Mercantile Company store in Pa- ,

1 Prayer. I Miss Alley at the ripe old age of four the PHS Band until Joining the Blue Devil hokee Tuesday night. Chief Guthrie'
Mrs.: George Tucker, Jr., mem- gave credit to the Highway Patrol,
years was voted "Little Miss Pahokee" in football team. Currently he is one of the
bership chairman urged all those the- Sheriffs office and the Belle
1949 when the new municipal' swimming top pass receivers ,in the Suncoast Confer-
their Department for the
who have not gotten Glade Police-) -
member-I dedicated. She is at the .
pool was present rcence.
ship cards to do so at once.Lee fine cooperation.
Wroten finance chairman Britt had taken several articles

announced the Halloween Carnival I I Air Force Claims 1 Award I i Peace Corps Exams from the store including a portableTV

I a big success with a profit of a sewing machine a radio, two
,- $683.56. Four Pahokee Boys I | Scheduled Nov. 28-29 rolls of stamps and about $20 in

Bill Howard program chairman Honors cash. Evidently he wasn't as quietas
presented Vance Denton, Guidance Wayne Unwin, son of Mr. and I I Postmaster Edythe Smith of Ca- he should have been to completethe
Counsler of Pahokee High School, Mrs. H. E. Unwin of Pahokee left nal Point announced today that the job:without detection. A resi-
as the speaker for the evening. His last Tuesday for Lackland AFB In I The Mounts entrance test for the Peace Corps dent of the neighborhood where the
topic was "The Transaction from Texas. Neeley Johnson son of Mr. ing in West Palm, Beach store is located heard some unusual
'A Elementary to Junior High." He and Airs. Alex M. Johnson of Pa- I scene Nov. 9._and 10 of will be given on Tuesday and Wed- noise. The, police were notified.
S 4c} .stresSed some of the difficulties the hokee joined the Airforce List week Annual 4-H Club Award nesday, November 28 and 29, 1$61. Road blocks were set up by the
'- ..-.:.. 'youngsters have in making. the and went in as second Lieutenant I for Palm Beach County, The: Peace Corps examinationswill aforementioned lawmen. The chief ,

change and brought' put som., of I and:Is being,trained at this,base.Pahokee parents. 4-H leaders ,and. te held in>fiami & Fort'Myers, said.that the robbery was committed -
;h;.:' the' ways ir\ which 'parents can has two other, youngmin I attending. Fla. af '8:301:,A. M. promptly -for' -around 9jSO p...m. and Jhat the .

.. ':--". : S I undergoing'basic! training I Thursday Nov. 9 from. those in .this, area who wish to apply culprit was apprehended' and in
.}i-. S help.Room count went to Mrs. Edna LacklanoVBase! ,.Glenn'and: DouglasBlanton 9:00 p. m. ,a spaghetti d : Postmaster Smith was'inform.ed jail before midnight. *- i
:"k -Maxson's' First grade and R., O. ,eons of'Mr. and Mrs. J:'Ci ored the 4-H club county today. "Our department is 'deeply -
Lampi's Twelfth grade. Refresh BJanton who were October recruits. I Among those attending grateful'..for the splendid coopera-

ments were served, in the school i and Mrs. W. E. McCall tion we; received. ," the chief con- .
Funeral ServicesCfudy
cafeteria by Mrs. Glenn, Brower I Mrs. Bruce Bitting and cluded.:
t and Mrs. Robert Fisher. Small Claims On Mrs. A. R. Harrington all ". '! .. '

... Point. The McCalls and V8)i Davenport Santa: Will Com"cTo

Calendar Dec. 7th. were presented the award
# Mrs.. Bleech Named and certificates for one Co :Workers EarlyThe

.'\ '' To Welfare Board service. Mrs. Harrington Mr..'and Mrs. L. J. Fraser of Pa- '-
.' : \ The Florida Legislature In 1961, I sented a certificate for six hokee were called to Brandon Sun- county commission Monday

,.,,J Mrs. Marion Bleech of Pahokeewas passed a new law creating an additional I service. These were day by the death of their little four I reviewed its holiday .closing schedule -
notified this week by Governor Judge for the Small Claims f Gordon White; assistant year old granddaughter, Cindy which will give county em- ..
r .Bryant that she had been named Court in'Palm Beach County. Governor -I I Club agent from Davenport. ployes a holiday on Thanksgiving
as a member of the District No. 10 Farris Bryant's appointmentof Nicely of Pahokee was Survivors include her parents, a half-day on the Friday preceed-
,"' State Welfare Board. Mrs. Bleeds Don C. Sinclair was effective j certificate for two years Mr., and Mrs. Bill Davenport two ing Christmas with a full holidayon
succeeds Mrs. Doris Basse/ who October first., I Friday Nov. 10 was- sisters Debbie and Terry all of Christmas Day. The board also

.J. served for several years in that po- Claims and demands were previously for 4-H club leaders. Brandon also her maternal grandparents approved early payment of county
,; "sition.. limited to $500.00, howeverthe 1 rington. of Canal Point ,
), new legislation increased the.. England ,retiring I Pahokee. for Dec. 22.
Mrs. Don B.Kepp of Canal Point amount to 1000. Palm Beach County 4-H Funeral services were held Tuesday -

j Mrs. Sam McKinstry, Sr.,. ,Mrs..: : Th*next s&BBtea'of.Small Claims stalled the new officers for morning 10:00 o'clock in the IN WATSON CLINIO
.:; 'Rupert Mock.and 'Mr:. Sadie Bar- Court is is ochcduled' in the.,Glades (Two of these officers Blount Funeral Home. Tampa. Mrs. Afen Geiger of Canal Point
'k 'wick all of Pahokee'spent last Sat- Oiee'. ,..u g-x>e wwr 7th.'No-: Canal Point.) Mr. and Mis.Frank GilH of Pa- entered Watson,Clinic in lAkrfynTjueaday .

1-unlay with their father JV SJ/Coch-' -. vembcr8, ia the deedtee for: fttagcases I .Mrs. 'Bitting and'.Kns.. hokee'attended the funeral_ cer"- of this.week for treatment

-.;e' ran. in N r nja. for- thin dockett- :.. .. (seeetinued.oa .loge vices. and, tests., w
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Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, November 17, 1961

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0( 4-H Leaders-Are
? Is What Tran&pired&A&Mcmday's !

t IWeetOf The Palm Beach

flwored.A! ner

c f CoIll JtyrCQ .1missio"1 .

4-H?Leasers.who. have worked

; with theU,H girls and boys in the
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I The.U;.S A4torney.Gfn ral advised HeaLthati-the country agent county during the past year were

the*county commjasiQn/this TvyshedA kegp,West,JrfeJs Beach honored (a Spaghetti Dinner at

week that the federal department Fanning:centercin: operation,so that I the Mounfcs#Agricu1.Building-

it intends to look into situations land''oDr"whicJ1 &the plan tils located, on Thursdpay njghjtj. The leaders

where a numb /of like bids are: wiUHnofcbe available fpr parking,. rprp egente , Award of
submitted by several firms bidding; iotpurposes. aCloye ,pert1flcates for their

t on county invitation. Voted to adverWlt abridge tend I achievements by Gordon White

The Rardin BnjftHnIh. Can all Point;florid a In some instances in the past thecommissionhas ers house,and some adjacent 'land Assistant| Boys 4-H club-agent from

x... received. several I at.H/iea-Raton fo ,saJe to the.high-. Gainesville. Sixty-two leaders tnd
\ bids .- tq the*exact penny.. on, e -bidder. Base bid is $4,475. their, spouses were present.: Othgz.

products_or services the board had Authorized the county engineer leaders, new to the program ,were.

:: OT .IIRtWkDES: NftWS-: planned to purchase to work out 'right of way agreement also recognized.

The Attorney General asked that for, ix)improvement One,MUe Present to receive their award: 4

". Serving.the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without the office be .advised of any such, Road west of Delray Beach. from,the Glades area of,the,county,

'. Interruption. ,Every Week for More Than 30 Years like bids in future lettings. Voted to call for bids for resur- I were Mrs. W. E. McCall of Canal

Etablishei'Mareb.. 11, '1924 Published Every Friday In other actions this week, the I I facing 1.5 miles of Airport Road I Point 2 year award; W. E. McCall

Subscription Price: $2.00 Year In Advance. commission: east of State Road 15 in the Glades. 1 year Award; Mrs. Brice Bitting

"" lof Canal Point, 2 year award; Bruce

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Bitting, 1 ,year award; Mrs. A. R..,
expected to hit record levels this
'In.Canal'Point Florida ,as Second Class :Matter I Harrington, Canal Point, 7 year.
year ,and next Consequently, we
Fir front
award; George King of South Bay,
Paul Rardin -. Owner, Editor, Publisher may expect to see increasing pres- Parker
,g 6 year award;, Mrs. George
sure for some' kind of marketing t

Judge Morrow Names Todd-Gamot WeddingSet order, which has been made pos- land Mrs. Wayne Baughman of leaders Belle
Glade were recognized as new
Master' For Nov. 24thThe Doyle sible by recent national legislation, this -
Judge Tyson : I' to the program year.
CommisForldo aimed at curtailing turkey output. .. c -
I Some doubt has been expressedthat
Russell O. Morrow advised
marriage of Miss Joanne
I such an order can become effective Friend, Home Is
James L. Jr. of
Judge Tyson, '
; Todd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oepartmont oFAgricu #
$ I in time to have much influ-
his appointment as Special :Master, Owen G. Todd, Pahokee, to Albert Scene Lobster Dinner.Mr.
in all uncontested divorce ,in ence on the 1962 crop.
cases Jean Gamot, Jr., son of Mr. and What are people thinking aboutat s *

the Glades area. Mrs. Albert J. Gamot Sr., also of this time of year? Why, Thanks- I heard a story the other day and Mrs. Lewis Friend of
This appointment was approved Pahokee will take I Pahokee hosts Nov. 10 from
place Friday were ,
j giving, of course, and probablyabout about farmer
I a who owned a prize-
by*the Judges of the Circuit Court, November 24 at 3:00: p m. in the the traditional turkey dinner wirining'turkey. 8:00 to 11:00 p. m. at their home
As he passed a pet
upon the recommendation of the First Methodist Church Paho- for Party and lobster.
a Calypso
of I that has been a Holiday institution shop in town he was astonished to.
Glades Attorneys.. in America since the days of the dinner for the XI Alpha Mu Chapter -
kee.Rev. see a $100 price tag on a mean look
Thomas O'Steen, pastor, Pilgrims. of the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority.,
in the window. He rush
IN THE HOSPITAL ing parrot I
will officiate at the double ring I Millions of America' housewives Mrs. Dorothy Hillier and her soI -
ed home,caked his turkey, brought
in Ever
remaining Miss Colvard will I I cial committee in of the
Ruth was charge
ceremony. will be buying their turkeys at the
it to the pet shop and informed the
glades Memorial Hospital Novem-be the soloist and Miss Alice Hurt, The Florida room of
food store. But I know a number of i
I proprietor he could have the bird
ber. 15 were Mrs. Marie, Blackwell
I decorated for.
organist.The Florida Nimrods who'd be insultedif the was
for only $200.
Mrs. Beat.
and Marlene Strickland
; bride-elect has chosen as her asked them,how big a turkey the occasion, fish net wall decorations
I you "You must be joking, said the
rice Ben Hatfield .
Cope, Naples; Maid I decorated three walls and
of Honor, her sister Miss they plan to buy. They wouldn't a.
pet shop owner.
Harry White Henry Stanford, r.Willaderie Todd and bridesmaidswill dream of BUYING a turkey-.they "No, sir," said the farmer. "If : rock garden-centered the floor Joe*,
Cowart Earl Bracewell
Reperd be :Miss Carol Epstein, Miss Di- shoot theirs, and wild turkey is' that looking parrot in the Tom Boynton and Mrs. Joan Tucker
and Linda Mullis all. of, Pahokee; mangy I I
j anne Douglas, Miss Betty Rae Gillis served in many a Florida house- window is worth $100 then this won prizes for the Limbo Contest,
'Iva. Hendrickson, Moore Haven; Her sister K. l members and their
Miss Judith
I younger hold on Thanksgiving Day. wonderful turkey should be priced' forty-three
Barbara Shirley Indian* Town; Todd, will be Junior bridesmaid But turkeys are in abundant sup- at $300." I guests enjoyed the party.
Selma. Tumbleson Okeechobee
Pauline Love Belle Glade; Mildred along with little Miss Kit Tuckeras ply and prices are the most reas- "But my parrot talks." protestedthe

Duncan South I I Flower girl. onable in a longtime Housewiveshave shop owner. "What can the fool Called To Alabama
Albert J. Gamot, Sr., will serve the opportunity now to stock urkey do?"

-- ---- as his son's best man, and ushers up-if:.they have storage capacity "My turkey," said the farmer By: Brother's DeathMr. ,

I will be Hunter Latham, Hal.Rosen,I available with some of these visibly swelling with pride, "is a

berg, Harkness Duncan and Jimmy. succulent birds to 'add variety to philosopher. I'e thinks.." and Mrs. Glenn A, Andrew,

Classified Ads, I Schoeppel. I the meals they plan. We're fortunate I were called to Lapine, Ala.' lastr

Following the wedding ceremony to have turkeys on the market 4i }i weekend by the death of her broth

SPARE,ROOMS for rent? It ypu! Mr. and Mrs Todd, will entertain I. today in sizes to suit \ ie needs of i James; R. Dixon .. .1 er,Marvin Bullard 62, of that city.

with a reception .in the Social Hall small or large families. i Funeral services were held Sunday
have in touch this
one, get :wiJh. ; Trains WeeksJACKSON.
newspaper and insert a $1 classl--, of the church. Only formal invitations *. s Eight I" afternoon in Highland Home, Ala.

ified ad. It will get results. All ads are'beipg sent to out of town There was 'a time in the past -.1.-- They were accompanied .on the

payable in advance. The Everglades guests, all local friends of the when most American families had FORT S. C.Private trip,by their children, Mr. and Mrs.

News, Canal Point, Fla. bridal couple are invited to attend turkey only as a Holiday treat- James R. Dixon, son of Mrs. Hattie Earl Hingson and son Gene of.

both the wedding and reception. Thanksgiving and Christmas. M .Dixone of Canal Point has Clewiston and DeWitt Andrew of

SAlIPLECOPIES of, last week's I for eat the I been ,assigned to Company D, of J West Palm Beach. Following the
Today we can turkey year
edition of The Everglades News Patterson CircleIn the U. S. Army Training Center, I funeral services they left for home,
I 'round, whether we eat at home or
were mailed in Canal Point and Infantry at Fort Jackson, S. C. arriving in Canal Point Monday
subscriptions wilL be welcomed Monday Meeting dine out. 'I I where'he is undergoing eight weeksof I morning.
I '
the is
I Native to turkey .
,this week. Just $2.00 for a year Basic Combat Training ---

will keep you informed of:happ swings The lone Patterson Circle of the our country's only contribution to He has been taught rifle marksmanship I I
in this I the domestic fowl family.. Even before Food Specialist Job
area. Canal Point Baptist Church, met first'set under ,the U. S. Army'sTrainfire f ,
the Spaniards foot on
FOK SALE: New and used Willys, Monday at 3:00 p. m. with Mrs. A. :lour I hemisphere the turkey is believed program which enables For John E. Kautz

'Jeeps Walter Ashley's GarageIn R. Chastain. Mrs. W. S. Cross, Circle -I the modern soldier to become a
| to have been domestipatd by
Belle Glade Phone 3058. chairman presided over the th Aztecs of Mexico and.from there better rifleman in less time than. LACKLAND AFB, Tex.-Air-

Oct. 17-54-ch. business session. Community mis- i was introduced into Europe about previous methods. man Third John E. Kautz, son,of

sion chairman reported Sunshine 11519. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kautz of Canal
APAiroiENTS are needed by Baskets were ready to be deliveredto to Offutt
like Point, is being assigned
i Turkey raising in Florida
folks into this
many coming area .
six shut-ins before Thanksgiving. here, has Local Lions Hear AFB, Neb., for training as a food
to earn a living. Do you, have one other poultry production
for rent? Tell them and the world 1 expanded greatly in recent years. Belle Glade Teacher_ service specialist. He recently com- ,
Mrs. C. B. Jones the devo I
gave 1943 I pleted United States Air Force
thrqugh a $1 classified ad in these Cash receipts from turkeys I _-
tional taken from the 25th Chapterof Lackland
basic military training at
oolunnsend along a descriptionof totaled slightly more than half-a- I Henry Williams of the Belle
Psalms. Mrs. W. S. Evans, assisted AFB Tex. Airman Kautz is a grad-
and bill andwe'll dollars. The latest: available
the apartment a $1 million Glade .Elementary School was theguest
Mrs. J. D. Latham and .
do the rest. The, EvergladesNews by ,yearly estimate, (for 1959)) showsa speaker at,the local Lions uate of Pahokee High School int
Mrs. C.D. Stewart presented a very 1
Canal Point, Fla. total cash income for the turkey Club meeting Monday evening. H. Pahokee.
the first .
interesting program -
SUBSCRIPTIONS due if "Hands'Across -crop of $2,130,000. H. Sears vice president, presided
are your two chapters of the book '
name label shows you to be m I the Sea." her talk was illustrated '- ] In 1943 Florida farmers sold 97- over the business session in the ad-' Civil Defense Is
000 of the big birds In 1959 this
J G.
the president
arrear-on payment. Send along with pictures and maps .of'! fence of
volume had increased to 467,000. Being Taught Here
that $2.00 payment now and we I the various countries in Europe, The speaker was introduced by

will continue to great covered by the book. She also had a ,* s #&J "R. Harrington, program chair:
1 i It is our turkey produc- He Civil Defense and The first meeting of the Civil
palladium of, the family fireside. display of articles, made of glass probable man.' spoke on I
The Everglades News Canal Point, wood and fine needle work from' tion in this state showed another he emphasized the importance of Defense CourSE was held Tuesday
Fla. increase this year. According to recent fall-out shelters. from 7 to 9:30 p. m. in the Canal
these countries she had visited on
estimates the U. S. turkey James Gibson introduced his Point School cafetorium, with Hen-

VACATION TI3IE Is Just aroundthe her The trip December abroad. meeting will be I I crop in; 1961 is nearly 107 million I I guest, Joe Cherry. ry Williams of Belle Glade as the
Before take off
you I:, birds, up 26 per cent from a year -II_! .- instructor. Approximately 50 men
held with Mrs.J. H.Bordeaux, Mrs.J. -
how about dropping a check' for
and women enrolled for the
$2.00 in the mail for your subscription -J, L.. McCall presenting the pro I ago.Here's another case of overproduction Church_ AuxiliaryOn ; ; hour course. The class will meet

to The Everglades News Canal'Point gram.I .
1 from producers'failure Tuesday night for four ,.
I I resulting WEAT Program every
Fla. !
I Jim'- I to heed the official market weeks. Mr. Williams showed films
Mrs. Moore ,
LAND FOR RENT in, warm zone. statistics which had forecast such a Ladies Auxiliary of the First gave instructions on various ways

near the lake. Phone Hub Spoon-' Has Birthday Party I situation. As a result U.S.. farm Baptist Church of Canal Point have of self-preservation. This course is

er. Pahokee 7128. tf I prices for turkeys are expected to accepted an invitation to present a free. ..

The home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward : average only about 20 cents at this program on Paul Crabtxee's Honor
FOR RENT: Large roomy furnish-
Rodgers of Canal Point was, time. Hall on Channel 12 TV: Station HOME FROM HOSPITAL
ed apartments, Convienently located -I the scene Tuesday, Nov. 7, at 7:00 In spite of the low prices,and anticipated WEAT West Palm Beach, November Mrs.:H. M.'McIntosh of Pahokee
reasonably priced. p. m. of a surprise birthday dinnerin I higher feed costs, some 29 at 1:30 p. m. This programwill spent the past weekend at her
only. :Mrs. W. P. Pope TeL 2391, 1962
honor of Mrs. Jimmy Moore of trade reports are forecasting a include the, history and purpose home, returning Monday to West

Canal Point. Pahokee.A I I turkey crop equal; to, or even larger: of project and future plans of Palm Beach to be with her husband

"." '.HELP WANTED ,(Hole)., delicious dinner of barbecue than this year's totaLs the Auxiliary, also,will have a dis- who is recuperating in Good Samaritan -

.. Assemble and: Distribute'*lit'. home ribs with the traditional birthday''I -. play of fancy: hand,work and.will Hospital f loWing'b k-
spare tune 'new 'Invention of'ten cake were enjoyed by'the honoree I Government purchases are not give recognition to the "Outstanding surgery last Monday He returned: -

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! 'L( _PERSONAL:r : l NEWS_ _NOTES N S .j-Sale'At Savings Canal Point Local Stamps Postmaster P. O.On Edythe' F Thanksgiving .

,. . Smith said today she had receiveda '
., ?&rs, W. M. DuBose of Pahokeeva3r Aavid| Joy of Ellsworth, Maine, is letter from William H. Neal, Na- !

; \ a weekend visitor'in Jacksonville employed in Pahokee and is makinghis tional Director of the U. S. Savings

;;while there she was the guestof home with his brother-in-law Bond, Program, commendingthe '
?her husband,W. M. DuBose. and sister, Mr;and Mrs. Fred Higgins local post office for the pro- *" Flowersf '

M*. and Mrs. Frank Thompsonof and family in Pahokee. motion and sale of Savings Stamps
'''' Mrs. Juanita Lockmiller and two I
ahokee entertianed Friday
j during the past year. '
\: evening* at their home with a daughters of Winlock, Washington, "In this 20th anniversary year FROMSadie's -

becue dinner. Guests included bar-I house guests of her parents. Mr. of'the United States Savings Bond

and'Mrs G. W. Colvard, and and Mrs. J. G. Weeks left Sundayfor Program," the letter'read, 1ner. ,

and Mrs. Wiley Tillis all of Paho- two weeks visit with her parentsinlaw icans in all walks of life, in communities .
kee. in Zolfo Springs. the Flower I
throughout country, "Shop II
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Mr. and Mrs. C. Ammons
; Airman 1-c John H. Gandy. of Ki own more than $44 billion in SeriesE f
Canal Point had their Sunday
Saw 5r AFB Michigan, and :Miss and H Savings Bonds an all I
Frances Calhoun of:Miami were: the guests their daughters and grand- time record. You have had a real

weekend guests of his mother Mrs. daughters; Mrs. Billy Ray Evans share in'this success,,and we in'the PAHOKEE. PHONE'I314.. ', \
.1. I and little daughter Rhonda Ann, :1" _
Manvie Gandy and'sister Pat at the Treasury are grateful for your efforts i
> also Mrs. Jimmy Normand and 1
1 home'of Miss Calhoun's grandpar over the years to promote the
: ents.*Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weeks in daughters Tammie Gail and Carol sale of Savings Stamps and Bondsin
Ann all of Belle Glade. behalf of .
Canal Point. your country."In
: Mr. and Mrs. Axel Jensen, former these critical times, the sale .
; Mrs. David Johnson arrived here Pahokee residents living in CORSAGES FOR ANNUAL
of and Bonds affords -
:: Savings Stamps
last Thursday from Sparta Tenn., West Palm Beach, were the week-
and is the house guest of,her son- young and old alike an opportunity -
; end of their two daughtersand
in-law and daughter Dr.and :Mrs. and Mrs. help country as -
their families Mr.
themselves. To the extent
,W.,T, Gist and children in Pahokee. Ralph Crews of Pahokee and :Mr. they help
that we can increase our sales, to
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall of Canal Williams of Belle
and TUrs. E. C. the same extent do we strengthenthe Call 7314 or Any Senior
'Point called to Blacks-
were Glade. '
foundations of our national i ,
hear; Ga., Sunday by the accident Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Shirley of Pa- Class
economy, upon which rests our efforts Member
al'death of her nephew. hokee had as their recent house
to preserve the peace and
Miss Jeanine Mock of Gainesville guests, her mother, Mrs Lenna promote the general welfare of all

I was the weekend guest of her par- Parrish of Parrish. Mrs. Shirley people. I "

I ents. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mockof accompanied her mother home, Postmaster Smith reminds 'the .MlL1I1.M.. V.A\L OALI.Wi lL.l.. .M. V""V. }Wtj..Y.1fI..Y""V .v.4J\L V '.

Pahokee. Tuesday and spent the night in
public that Savings Stamps are.on
Nat Nason returned to his.home Parrish before returning home sale at the post office at all times.
in'West Palm Beach, Monday, following Wednesday.Mr. Adults can buy them, too, she addedan 'H"M t t i lil M"i"1 i 1 i 1 i 1 i H I 1 I ill 1 I t M"! !"] ''M 1"H i i

a weekend with his grand- and Mrs. Tony Diack of easy way to buy Savings

parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxsonof Toronto, Canada, were the gueststhe Bonds on the installment plan." FOR SALE HNew I

Canal Point. past week of their niece, Mrs. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E: Clark and Lewis Cowart and family at the

children'of Miami were weekend Cowart home on Conners Highway.Mr. Party Is Given 3-Bedroom, 2-Bath Homes

guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. and Mrs. Charles Phillip For Newly Weds

S.:Scruggs, Sr., of Runyon.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Berrymanand It Immediate Occupancy

and Mrs. R. B. Gordy and daughter, Pamela, all of Miami
Mr. and, Mrs. P. A. Sizemore of
children Connie and Denise of Mi- were the weekend guests of their i
160 N. Elm Street, Pahokee entertained ROYAL PALM MANOR
ami were Tuesday guests of herparents'Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cow-
Nov. 7 at 8 p. m. with a

Pahokee.. and Mrs.# George Gannof While Cowart they, and accompanied son,.Lew, party' in honor of the newlywed, 5$: Phone 7712 :- Blanton & Unwin JHWHM ;:
Mr. nd Mrs. Ellis Hall. They were '. .
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelley and and the house guests of Canada to :J.
assisted in entertaining by Mrs.'
daughter Madelyn of Ft. Pierce Greenacres to attend a dinner partyin ot ..-H--: :+}- : I :- I :-:-H-H-H-H H H5Hfflfr I I -
Jimmy Moore of Pahokee and Mrs.
were'weekend guests of their son- honor ot Mr. Cowart's ,mother,
Edward Rodgers of Canal Point.
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.,, Mrs. R.,E. Cowart, on her 88th j
Guests attending other than the
J. V.'Thomas, Jr., in Pahokee. birthday anniversary. The dinner rfrlfrSxlfrSrtVSxIfrSVir I I
couple were his parents,
Mrs. George Ramey of Pahokee was held at the home of Mrs. John young Jrlr'l
J and Mrs. P. E. Hall, Mr. and I
was the house guest from Wednesday McCarley, daughter of the honoree. .
I H. G. Rodgers Mr. and Mrs. f' :
Connell and her I
trough Saturday :with her Mrs. D. T. \
Hughes all of Bryant; Mrs. Edward '
son-in-law and :daughter Mr. and daughter Mrs. J. W. Repjper were
Rodgers of Canal Point; Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh G. Miller, m, and young Sunday guests of relatives in Avon WANTED'
Mrs. W. F. Martin, Mrs. Jimmy
.Graham of Rockledge. Park.
,son, Moore of Pahokee.
Games were enjoyed by the

I stricted. group and prizes were won by Mrs.D. 0
Levees Opened'ToLicensed Conservation Areas No. 2 and P. Hughes, and W. F. Martin,i ORANGE PICKERSHOUSING
No. 3 are supervised by ,the Florida -
Ellis Hall won the door prize. i
I State Game and Fresh Water I
HuntersTwo Refreshments of home made cake ,
Good sized herdsof -
Fish Commission. and coffee were served by the hos AVAILABLE '
deer are reported in the conser- tess. ;

major leVees which afford vation areas. Excellent opportunities .
to hunt wild hogs and water- SINGLE. MALES
some the
access for vehicles to of FORMER RESIDENT VISITS : :
fowl are also available. Information f' ; _
best hunting lands in Florida arebeing Karl Anderson, former residentof ; -'
and .
on hunting fishing regulations .
opened to the public this should be obtained from the Canal Point, now of Lake Worth :. : -: I I : : : I : I : : I : 1 t I
week by the Central and Southern Game and Fish Commission. spent several days last week in .

Florida Flood Control District. Canal Point as house guest of both .
Conservation Area No. 1, in Palm
Riely S. Miles of'.Kissimmee_ is federal wildlife W. E.,and Floyd Erickson also Mr.
I I Beach County, a
Chairman of the FCD: Governing Properties
refuge.. and informaiton about the and Mrs., Jack Wilson. Karl lived
Board, said the levees:will. be opened by for several months with the Erick- .
use of this 221-square-mile area
ftr,Jhe duration of the seven- sons back in 1918 and attended ..
be obtained from
sportsmen can, -
week. hunting season which opens the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. school here. 'Since then they lost Pahokee Phone 584

Saturday, November 18th. contact with each other: until he
Sportsmen can fnter.V t r Con -. '
saw an article in the Palm Beach

servation Area No. S -.a State- Rummage Sale; Post,_on Floyd's talk of the History 'i
Owned tract of 914 square miles in :fo ,:: of Canal. Point School. :

Bro d and Dade Counties-byway Raise, Church Funds( ._. ... 0 -_--...".... r.,
ef the levee i nithe Miami .:.:., > -- f

Canal-n Palm Beach C unty. This A Rummage-Sale will be held I I ; / it 3 jji t-iWl-; gy n 111 M-I" r

.4 leve .:extends from U. S. 27, at! Saturday at 7:00 a. m. throughout j I ; ;

LakO:Harbor, south to the Brow nl f e day at Mrs.'Williams Nursery! M1Pe1ar '
-County line which forms the nottliern ? hi the Pahbkee'HousingAuthority- Is It : 1
boundary of the conservation Sponsored,by Youth Fellowship of

e levee area. to Vehicles reach the may levee now use at this the church I F That New Home?

western side ,of the .,conservationarea
from which swamp buggiescan 'I new Church (New site and new .
launched.: Church the set for the
.. The'Wee at the northwest- edge''196162.are goal year Everglades Federal we are just waiting for you to come in and .

of Conservation, Area No. 2-a Anyone. wishing to contribute make your wants known. That's our business-furnishing folks in -
in Palm
210-square-mile' ,tract good used clothing, household

_Beach and Broward Counties will articles or toys please call Mrs. the Glades with the necessary CASH to buy and build homes. ,

also:be opened, to sportsmen. This Fred HIggins phone 7896, of Mrs.R. .

levee can be reached by way of E. Barfleld phone 7275 for pick-.
State Road 827 (Brown's Farm ups in time for the sale on Satur I COME IN TODAY! If you have never borrowed money at the Ever-

Road) :along the Hillsboro Canal, I
in Palm Beach County., day.APPRECIATION glades Federal, you'll be surprised at the lack of RED TAPE and .. :
In addition to the new.vehicle ac- I the friendly manner in which all transactions are carried out.
cess:routes, indicated m ,the map.

several boat-launching faculties
will'be';open as usual.sportsmen We wish to express our sincere .',

who?wish:'to use FCD canals in appreciation to our many friends

Palm'Beach Hendry;.Broward and who were so kind and generous | Everglades Federal Savings & Loan Association jj :
Dade Counties. Locations, of boat: with prayers, visits, cards, gifts. ,

facilities are indicated flowers and food during my recent
by circles on the map.Airboats can illness in the hospital and since my AND LOAN INSURANCE: CORPORATION .. .

be launched at many of the sites.1 return home. They helped so much 40 S. W. ATE. -BBELLE GLADS PHONE WY .-., ..
though with low vWatec conditions to.speed my recovery. .
thJs'. year, .;airboating_ 'n is greasy:re- ', Seth&;Evie Roberts v C ftl ) H' '1 n ?n;'i 11.n i 1"li-H 11ti' -H 1111' i 10..1-: : I : 111111 : 1llllffftf'll i i tti"l.. :

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forces more powerful and resourceful than those '.

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itimiIF i1 ii Ta''Tr.J.tt_'Circle ,*;f I I.1.fl0no

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Augment CollegeST.
.. The Faye Taylor Circle of the ,\:.
Women's Missionary Union of the *
PETERSBURG Florida First Baptist Church of Fahokee, I
Presbyterian College, citing its met Monday evening: with Mrs. )1. ;' j
area's rapid growth as a spaceageI I I M. Andrews. ;_k.

y science center, today announced it Mrs. Lois White, presented a program -:
will, offer academic work leadingto I on "The Eyes of the World", ,

engineering degrees. she was assisted by Mesdames: Ed. /
Freshmen entering the college win Todd. J. T. Miller, Ralph -
first Methodist Canal
PointBaptist Church Of God, next fall ,can' begin"'work toward Crews, Carroll Parker and Edward s

fChurch, Pahokee_ ChurchRev. Barfield Highway twin degrees a bachelor of science Culberson. -..
after four years, a bachelor of The next meeting: will be a com

Rev. ,T. C. O'Steen Charles,D. Stewart"Pastor ahokee, Fla engineering after five. All course bination Christmas party and bus f
SUNDAY: 'sUNDAY: : Minister offerings will exceed accreditation iness meeting and will be held
J.'W. ,
9:45 &. m.-church School Hughes standards, Dr. William H. Kadel De't't
&:45 a. m. Sunday School Phone 3736 cember 12 at the home of Mrs.
,11:00 a. m.r-Mornfag' Wonblp 11:00 a. m.-VorrOag Worship SUNDAY:, the college's president, said. Williams..
6:45 m.-KYlI'
p. &30 p. nu SraSnfag Btaton.! 9:45 The new program will fill a new Following the program, Mrs.
a. -Sunday School
m. -
7:45 :W
f p. m. Evening 1IIIMp 7)30 p. rm.=Evening Worship 11:00 demand engineers thoroughly Andrews was assisted by Mrs. Edwin
TUESDAY a. m.-Morning Worship
WEDNESDAY: trained in their specialities but Todd in serving refreshments
7:00'p. m. Vesper Cfcofar 7:30 p. m.Evangelistic Ser-
.. ticeWEDNESDAY JftI' I 7:30 p. m.-Prayer } viceTUESDAY having a well rounded education in to fourteen members and two

r ; : ---- ... : other fields, Dr. Kadel added. guests. Mrs. Shirley Davidson and
: I "Leading educators across the the W. M. U. President Mrs. HJE.!
Mid-week Service
p. m.- devotions I p. m.-Prayer
8:30 p. m.-Senior.Choir*pre The Methodist ChurchC THURSDAY: nation are recognizing the import- Unwin.
an6eof iftfusing,, technical educa- -
tic*. 7:30 m. Youth for Christ
ial ltp6llit "FltMda p. '
tion Vith liberal) arts "
.. Service. courses, he Betty Mills'Circle
_- 'V'iIW. said. They 'see the'-need for engi-
*Canal Point First TRobevt;'Aj'Sneiley, Pastor neers being able to "communicate In Tuesday Meeting

ChurchElder St j pAY: ..... The Pahokee ChurchOf both with each'other and with oth- -
10:00 a. m.-Church School The NazareneRev. rs outside their profession." The Betty Mills Circle of the
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Florida 'Presbyterian, which began First Baptist Church of Pahokee,

SUNDAY R.E.Barfield 6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship Max D.Jones, Pastor undergraduate classes in 1960, met Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
7:80 p. .-Evening Worship 433 Bacom Point Rd., will start moving its,operations to C. R. Wetherington, Jr., with Mrs.
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School
MONDAY: a new bayfront next fall. It Leland Keene .
Phone 7528 P.: O. Box 882 campus as co-hostess. Mrs.H.
a. m.-
7:00 Morning Worship. 3:15 p. m.-Youth' Choir practice- SUNDAY SERVICES: now occupies the former Maritime E. Unwin, W. M. U. Presidentand
p. m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY
: 9:45 a. m.-SundaY%Sch ol. Base near' downtown St. Peters- Mrs.J. A Guthrie were guests.
p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 m.-Woman'
I rWEDNDESDAY: p. 1st Tuesday .Society 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship.. burg. Mrs. W. K. Aldridge, Circle Chair-

I 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 2nd.MONDAY: 6:30 p. m.--Juniors. The engineering plan, Dr. Kadel man presided over the business session -
,Service 7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening said, arises out of the college's and appointed Mrs. Guthrie
7:80 p. m,-Esther dais meeting
'2nd and 4th TUESDAYS WEDNESDAY: Evangelistic Service. basic philosophy "which is concerned Colvard Prayer Chairman.Mrs. .
I.WEDNESDAY: with the whole Don Collier Chair-
. 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p.'m.-Prayer, Meeting man. Program
Meeting. 7:30 p. .Midweek Prayer "We 'feel it will be essentially man presented the program on
...4._ I. .L meeting. easier for us to solve the problems "The Eyes of the World", she was

.First Baptist !'St.Peter's'Liitheran "Where you are once"a.stranger but facing technical education whenwe assisted with the program by Mrs.

approach them as a liberal arts Leland. Keene, Mrs. Claude Shirley,
I *Church, PahokeeGuthrie 'Church,ABelle Glade college, for our philosophy is already Mrs. C. Wetherington, Mrs. W.
Christian Science established and we will not O,Moss, Mrs. Joel Brown and Mrs.
W. Colvard,:Minister 'August Koerber,1: Pastor Group Of Canal PointThe need to change it," the college pres- Julian Branch.

Sunday School,- 9: 5ia. m. 601 W. Lake Rd.' Belle Glade ident noted. The December meeting will be
Morning Worship ---'lltOO'a.'fxn. SUNDAY. : f availability here and now of The new program is designed to held with Mrs. M. P. Stanley. Following
Training Union -6:30 p. m. Divine,Services 11 A. M. : more than meet the standards of the meeting: refreshmentswere
Evening Worship 7p.; in. school-r4 L*, M.St.tMary's'Catliolic., Christrruth the Engineering Council for Professional served by the hostesses to
will be,stressed at Christian
Wednesday Prayer Development, the leading fourteen members and guests.
Service -7:30Jp.Jm. \ : Science church services this Sun- I accreditation agency in this field -- .

A warm- welcome.. to all. Church day.Luke's Dr.'K del said. New faculty wouldbe I Home Makers Meet
P of
account the
healing by
.. addedas the beginning students
Christ Jesus of the "woman which I
move into their specialization in JBy Many
The Church Of God .Father Francis Fenneeh, Pastor,
had a spirit, of infirmity eighteen the fall'of 1964.
;,Of PahokeeCanal Sunday Mass =11:130 a.?. tn. years, and was bowed together, and I
Prophecy, Confessions before :Mass. Present plans indicate majors Mrs. Doris Lane, home economics
a could in no wise hit up herself"is may be offered in electronic and teacher, accompanied by twentyseven -
included in the Scriptural read mechanical
Point Road engineering, possibly girls from the F. H. A. of
Holy Nativity "Soul and subject
is the
John H. Kinard pastor Body" adding chemical engineering. The
16:00 a. re.-SuitfAy"School EpiscopaHGhuMi f of the LessonSermon.From college's*mathematics and natural Pahokee High School, attended the
"Science and Health with District Meeting of the Florida
11:00 : sciences division now'Offers-
a. m.-Prea"tlhl' Servtee PahokeeM. majors
... .. the Scriptures" by Mary Federation of Future Home Makers
7:45 p. m.-Evangel Bti<&Servic in biology, chemistry,'mathematics
'Baker Eddy this 'passage will be Association of America, in Miami
8:00 p. m. Tuesday; V. L. B. ,:Wendell Mainiin vicar and physics. It has eight teachers
8:00 p. m. 'hufQeq':1 .' 1C B. 1 SUNDAY: C: read: "God will heal the sick in these fields, all with'earn dtdoc- last Saturday.
through man, whenever man is gov Superintendent of the Dade County -
Everyone welcome. Special music, 10 a. m.-Sunday School torates.JimiorS.,
Bind ainging.L )n.a.V"'Jn.'WOrahtp1iJ'entee: ., erned by God. Truth casts out .. iio. Schools gave the welcome ad-
I "error-jiow as surely as it did nine- (\ dress after which William Suet,

__-__.. _..;._.u j..J..1. .d !>"..... ;I 1." ,....rr teen benttiries'ago. All of Truth is S. Glasses: Superintendent of Florida Sch6cl
e iL Mot understood;
power is not fully'demonstrated" inspirational talk on "Cast a Long

; Thinking About Building f? 1p. 495). Canal Point-Baptist Sunday Shadow."
The Golden Text is from Psalm Three Pahokea girls ran for of-
fjWlLlEY School Junior class teachers enter
0: "Lord, thou hast been 'our fice two of these, for state, Dianne
i dwelling place In allfgener Uons.. tauied their classes, both boys an Hollon,' ran for nomination for

; -F+r Fr&Estim'1t s, &ill 1 Let thy work appear unto thy girls last weekend with parties. President elect. Dianna Grahamran

,I servants and thy glory unto their' The Si is'wre> 'Friday for State Vice President of

:Ildren' I night at the J. 'S. Atkins4home in Recreation, she won and will Com-

tiLL1S't .. Pelican Lake and the boys,went. on pete with two other girls for state

SI Miss Joanne Todd a camping trip. office in April. Susan Graham, ran

I General Building Contractor Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins-entertained -i for District Reporter, she and Di-
i Honored At ShowerMiss the girls at their home I anne Hollon both were defeated.

rI J Box 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127 'Friday evening'' from 7:00 to 11:00.! The group participated in the

i Joanne Todd, bride-elect of They were assisted by Mrs. James I flag ceremony of the Countries of

Albert Gamot, Jr., was honored Gifford,"Mrs. J. H. 'Strayer, and the United Nations, Pahokee made
rH with a bridal shower Wed.'Nov., Mrs. E. C. Cowart. I the three flags of Morroco Nepal

from 8:00 to 10:00 p. m. at the Eighteen young ladies of' the I I and Mexico. Each school was requested -

home of Mrs. G. H. Tucker, Jr. Junior class enjoyed an evening of to make three flags for

Cattle Sales Bacom Point Road Mrs. ,Bill planned out of d'oors"games and re- the occasion.
Monday -. '. Shackford, 'Mrs. Milton Douglas freshments consisting of roasting I I Pahokee,girls were in charge' of
Mrs. Jimmy Wilson. Mrs. Leon wieners and marshmellows with the morning1' relaxer also at this

Spooner and Mrs. G. H. Tucker. Sr. cookies potato chips, cold drinks. meeting they presented: a check to
; :1 Are regularly }
is owned and operated by more than 120 A color note pf pink and white accompanied 'their teachers 'Jim The group made the trip on a

: Florida Cattlemen. were Used
in the cakes and mints on the re- weekend camping trip to the Cor- Cowart, ,accompanied by Mrs.
You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here freshment table, small white um- betl Game Reserve. They left FrI- James Tyson, Jr., Mrs. JimmyHvU-

at this Market.We make an effort at all times to give brella's with white Mums were the I, day afternoon. i son and Mrs. W. M. Plumer alohg

highlights of the gift table. An ar- All the boys proved their fishing with their teacher Mrs. Lane.
.: an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us .
trial. IF rai etne 1t' of*white Munur inter*. skill:,by catching a supply of fish i,
sp led 1wfthplnk>was''the 'center Saturday's lunch. Both boys and Calling: Shower

; : 11111111:1111111 piece. teachers reported a good time was I I For Ann Jackson
S '\ $s JTGckr rliira.-.Todd, and the 'had by all and arrived back in Canal .

SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 honoree were in the receiving line. Point Saturday afternoon.
p. .. Miss Ann Jackson of Canal Point
Corsages of white Mums were presented -
to KIss Todd, her mother ATTEND CONVENTION whose engagement to WflEAra
Mrs. Owen Todd maternal grandmother Thigpen-has been announced, is-' e-

Glades Livestock Market Mrs., Fred Collier of Vero Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Colvard, of Ing honored by a calling atidGer

t Beach her paternal grandmother, the First Baptist Church of Pa- Saturday, November 18, fromj8oO!
: ASSOCIATIONOn Mrs. C. M. Todd, of Pahokee and hokee attended the Florida State to 4:00 p. m. at the home ofi2trs.
Elmer Mr* "". Other hostess
her Convention Monday
paternal great-grandmother, Baptist
.. C Pabokee-Bene'Glade Road Mrs. Fannie A. Todd, of Canal through Wednesday of this week In for the occasion are Mrs. C. L.

J. kene;WY 6-3028 George Young.. Manager I Point also to.Mrs,.A.,J.,Camot.Sr.tthehoateeaM. Orlando. Rev Colvard retfflned la [Stewart Mrs. James Weeks.'
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Pam Bfgkt' ; The Everglades.News, Canal Point, Florida" Friday, November 17, 1961


I 111 < i H M 11 in i H i in i i i in i i it i < i i i 1i nm m ,
Community sgiVing'Servi e' Award Program-

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(" 7 zu: n..t9SO A.Thanksgiving Day, 1931 continued from page 1) THEATRE
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t' : : :;- were awarded certificates of meritto

'bi. *.- tIFirst?Baptist Church leaders for "getting the most out
.T.A E.
i,_:)>!"' *7. :. Pahokee, Florida of your sewing-inachine", sponsored ., \NK" "* i 1
rii. *' by the Singer Sewing:Machine Pahokee Pahokee-Belle-'G

.. .'*': Rev. Guthrie Colvard, astor, Presiding Company. The awards were, made _.. ... -

>; I by the county agents. r :"t BftllfA

Prelude District Demonstration Day par- e'I''I'
,Call to Worship. '. .. -- Pahokee High School Glee Club ticipants 'from this area, were Ja 8'DNDAY-MONDAY -
Doxology ? "Yeast .Bread", individual, and NOVEMBER 19-20-21 "THE GREAT

Invocation _' _-:-,- Rev. Guthrie Colvard Lodus Gray, Junior Division, Dairy "THE HONEYMOON IMPOSTOR"TONY '.

; Choral l Response .,,.., .:- Glee Club Food, individual.
Congregation Hymn The following Glades:4-H mem- MACHINE" CURTIS AND

Scripture Reading_ R ev.Max D. Jones, Pastor, Nazarene Church bers and leaders were present and STEVE MCQUEEN, BRIGID EDMOND O'BRIEN

Thanksgiving Prayer I-" .- Rev. ..,W.,Hughes, Pastor received short course 'recognition, -AIJ5G-,
Jantte Harrington and' Lynn Nice- BAZLEN AND JIM
.' Church of God -
',' .. ly.W. .. HUTTON "Paris Playboys"
Congregation Hymn ,
E. ':McCalf; representing Kil-

Worship with Offerings,.. ., ,_ gore Seed Company presented the frl < II I i M 1 1 1 ? I H 1 M 1 '1 M M i I II' I li,I H J 11U 111 I ''I**
Message _>-r-- Rev. T. C. O'Steen, Pastor third place in Beekeeping. .

,.' First Methodist Church ,Outstanding Boys Award won by PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS

I.'. Benediction _. Rev. J. H. Kinard; Pastor Lynn Nicely.. In the parliamentary

S Church of God of Prophecy procedure, South Bay won second

!_ : place. South Bay also won the club
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of award this is the third
the'year ,
Live Oak Girl Is '
Annual Service year South Bay has won this award \

. Orange Bowl Queen and it now belongs to their club.

County 4-H Awards-Junior Di-

Pahokee Baptist MIAMI Carol Hair of Live vision: Lodus Gray, clothing; Peg-

. Oak, a 21-year-old Florida State gy Bitting, Dairy animal; Nancy

, The Annual Thanksgiving Ser- University senior.has been named Harrington, poultry; and Princie

will Orange Bowl queen. She will reign Pennington, frozen foods; Senior
vice for the City of oe
Bowl in division: Janette Harrington, poul-
over jhe Orange festivities
held at the First Baptist Church on
9130 the last week of December andthe try. Announcement was made of
Thanksgiving morning at ;
with the ;Reverend Thomas C. first week of January.The her poultry,project records placing
second in the State. Janette also
hazel-eyed beauty, standing
O'Steen, of the First Methodist > 'a T
5 feet 5 inches with measurementsof I received an Award of Honor for "
Church, bringing the sermon.* I
__ I in 4-H work. ;
35-24-36 leadership girls
The music for the service will be won a $500 scholarshipand I #
wardrobe of I Boys County Award Teddy
furnished by the Pahokee' High a complete as part \
her McCall, dairying and public speak-
. School Glee Club under the direction prizes. '
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-----...-- ing. Mike :McCall boys agricultural -
of'Miss Ellen :Morgan, with iL j .
; Lynn Nicely, beef; K. ''B. Wag-
MissJann, Plumer at the organ., Supermarket Site non" beef. *
Rev. Guthrie"'Colvard, pastor of
Mike Macek, President of Palm, will preside at the.ser-
Beach County Farm Bureau of Del- ."
Of 4 H Girls Visit
vice. Other local pastors who will -
ray Beach, presented jackets for 1:
take part will be: Reverend Max
outstanding 4-H work and Junior
'. D.;Jones of the Nazarene Church, .
These are some of the things Leadership to W. A. England, retiring -
Reverend J.. W. Hughes of the
55 that Canal Point 4-H Club Girls, County Council Presidentand
Church of God, Reverend J. H.
who are enrolled in Food and Nutrition Burt Ashton, in-coming presi- eo
Kinard of the Church of God of p
Prophecy.This projects, learned when they I dent. Janette Harrington is the retiring -

were taken on a tour of a Super president and Louise Ashtonis
service is to the public.
9 market, November 8. Hamburgerisn't the new, president. This is to be HOME \

made from ham; there are. an annual event in the County .
Sheriff Dept. To more than 50 different kinds of Awards of the 4-H Clubs.' I .

Give Pay Raises cheese produced by one of the RETAINING WALLS
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major meat packing I /J
the manager instructed the girlsin I
Sheriff department personnel are -
fresh and TERRACES .
going to split a $25,000 pie accord- buying fruit vegetablesand Charles D. Stewart, Pastor ,".

ing to a request from Sheriff P. A. let them go through the. store of the Canal Point Baptist Church, 9 PATIOS S !
for and showed
B. Widner given favorable approval rooms produce accompanied by Mrs. Paul Rardin

this week by the county commis- them how it is packaged. Each girl and her house guest :Miss Mattic Wherever you wish concrete masonry blocks pro-

sion. was given a fruit sample. Bain, attended the Florida State vide extra beauty, convenience, ease of building,

WidnerN asked permission to The Meat department manager Baptist Convention Tuesday'and economy of upkeep. For quality block precision

transfer a $27,000 fund ''from his showed the girls how to buy varied Wednesday, in Orlando. made on Stearns equipment seeps today. ,
to I cuts of meat and showed them imported .
contingency budget provide pay -
cheeses and cold cuts. He
raises for employes and more operating Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gamble and
completed the tour by showing
funds for sheriff department son Danny of Pahokee spent the
them the complete processing of a FOR BUILDING ECONOMY USE CONCRETE MASONRY
investigations. past weekend in Cocoa with their
steak for retail with
Commission approval for such son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
slicing, trimming, through weigh-
is automatic since stat-
transfer Mrs. James Latham and their
ing and pricing, all done by ma-
utes provide for the sheriff to hava young daughter.

full.control of his department budget chinery. ........ -
Enroute home the'group stoppedat
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hobson were
.. East Shore Park for a picnic
w -
weekend visitors in Jacksonvilleand
... Job-Finding ProgramWill The following 4-H'ers attendedthe attended the Georgia vs. Florida -

! Be ExpandedTALLA1LSSEE tour and'picnic: Patrice Hoyle, Football game Saturday after

Sylvia Martin, Martha Moseley, noon. ....
Brenda Ingram, Virginia Haggins,
Encouraged' Peggy .Bitting, Gail Paige, Nancy PAY BIG DIVIDENDS PHONE 71S5 $'IION! 1VY 6-5249 ,
' results of Jacksonville's new CLASSIFIED ADS
'I by
Harrington, Brenda Maxson, Mar-,
, _..job:fitting ,program, the.._ State Industrial tiza Ortega, Sandra Jackson, and
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IjMuub the"*prop J jeGtj" *& to six areas Also attending were Mrs. M.D. .

Jan 1., ; ." Mosley who' helped with the I 'SALUTE TO FLORIDA Y
i E S Q Commission:Wofley'Brown said transportation, and leaders Mrs. ,

the project would T>e installed in : :
Bruce Bitting and Mrs. Eli McCall. COUNTIES ST. JOHNS
55 Pensacola, :Miami, Hollywood-Ft. -

Lauderdale, Tampa, St. 'Peters- .
burg-Clearwater and West Palm Jaycees Name Five COUNTY ,SEAT ST. AUGUSTINE

Beach. I For Good Government i St. Johns County was named after the St.
Brown said the plan places emphasis L r s Johns Riv, r, first called "San Juan Bap-
: '.: -' tista" by early Spanish explorers in honor
with BRADENTON Five }
-- men
employers re-
on providing : '
; ; of St. John the Baptist.
qualified employees, placing unemployed ceived Florida State Junior Cham- s T : r The site of St. Augustine, the county seat,

workers in jobs for which ber of Commerce plaques during a : was first visited by Ponce de Leon in 1513
suited and of the in f on his quest for the Fountain of Youth.
they are best arousing meeting group appre- ? -j
2 'S -=. The principal sources of income for the
greater interest on the part of employers ciation for their service for good county are tourists, general agriculture and

and employees in the facilities government in Florida. I commercial fishing. Oranges, grapefruit,
of the State Employment Ser. Honored were State Rep.:Mallory V grapes, peaches Japanese persimmons

vice.During Home. speaker designate of the j pears here., plums and pecans' are also grown

the first two full' cmths; 1963 House of Representatives; i In progressive St. Johns county, and

of operation, August and Septem-I I State Sen. Ed Price, Jr.; Sherman .. throughout Florida, the United States
ber, 2,115 persons were I l'{..,Smith, judge of the Florida Cir- '-" ,v Brewers Association ,works' constantly to
$ \ maintain the sale of beer and ale under
.,, jobs in Jacksonville, compared with cuit Court of Appeals; A. Darrey 7,r i t pleasant, orderly conditions. Believing that
1,113 in June and July, the two Davis attorney, and Raymond A. strict law enforcement serves the best

months before the project went David, former chairman of Duval interest of the people of Florida, the As-
., sociation stresses close cooperation with
into effect County Board ,of Public Instruc-
.-.-.- -- the Armed Forces, law enforcement and
tion.The governing officials.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Barnes and Jaycees also announced its '

Mr. and :Mrs. P. A. Sizemore of 8,000 members will cooperate with ,
Pahokee were Saturday evening the State Development Commissionin "1.010-" :;

dinner guests at the home ol Mr. selling Florida's advantages to BE ED GH"_ \(!' : : utHTEo STATtS 8REWfP.3 ftsso:. .. fL

and Mrs. N. A. Anderson'of West'l I potential new industries' and tour OF N __ p- ..? .

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