The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 1, 1961
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
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Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
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Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
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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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Foot Ball Banquet For Pahokee Is Looking 27,000 Acres Cane By 1964

To Future NeedsPahokee I

Belle Glade & Pahokee city council is lookingto Goal Set Here By U.S.S. Corp.Council .

the future growth of Pahokee
v Teams Scheduled Dec.
8 and making arrangements to pro-
The year 1964 will see the
vide services to those who would For Blind
States Sugar Corporaton, t h eGlades'
cause the town to grow.
Members of the Belle Glade and South Bay Bars At Monday night's meeting the Will Accept MoneyThe first successful sugar cane
growing and processing concern,
Pahokee football teams will be council bought 100 water meters at
feted at scheduled for Will Close SundaysBars with a total of 27,000 acres of cane
a banquet $28.15 each from Badger Meter and Florida Council for the
next Friday night, December 8, in Manufacturing Company of Mil Blind informed the County Com- growing in this the eastern divis- I

the Pahokee school cafeteria, according will'be closed in South Bay waukee. mission this week it would be gladto ion of the company to be ground at
I the new Bryant mill.
to information released all day Sundays, effective Dec. 1. The council okehed a proposal by accept the profits from vending

this week by A. B. ,Mathis, chair- Action taken at a special City City Attorney Ralph Johnson in : machines in operation in county With a planting of 4,100 acres of

man of the committee for arrange- Council meeting :Monday calls for continuation of efforts by the cityto office buildings.The cane this fall, the Corporation expects -

ments of the Pahokee Lions club. all bars to remain dosed from 4 obtain from Trustees of the Internal board learned some time ago to have 16,456 acres ready for I
harvest in the fall of 1962.A .
Four Lions clubs Canal Point. a. m. Sunday, until Monday. Improvement Fund use of that the Council is the only organ-

Pahokee, Belle Glade and South Under the present law, bars could lands in Section 19 for a rockpit, ization in the state allowed to ope, record was broken recently by

Baywill be official hosts for the open Sundays at 1 p. m. and remain garbage dump and sewage disposalarea. rate vendors in public buildings for the Clewiston mill which ordinarily I

occasion, Mr. Mathis said. open until 4 a. aa. Monday. The lands are in the western profit. grinds 5,000 tons of cane daily when I,
it ground more than 7,000 tons in a
An outstanding athletlcc figureof I Defeated was an ordinance, pro- part of the city, northeast of the The board asked Attorney Harry

South Florida has been invitedto posed by merchants to allow sale airport. Johnston to contact the Council to 24-hour-period.Scout-- ..'

be, the speaker. He is Larry of malt beverages in restaurants The proposal, in which the cityis I determine if it would accept profits

"Hank" Slay, athletic director of accommodating 40 or more Per- not offering any money, is understood from softdrinks, cracker and cig- Prospects

Dan McCarty High School at Fort sons and serving full course meals. to involve a number of aret machines now in operation in

Pierce. County Commissioner Paul Mayor F. W. Kelly Jr., cast the things, including restriction on the some public building locations.

Rardin has; been invited to act as deciding vote. city to the three uses only. Effortsto .-. .. Discussed By LionsThe

master of ceremonies at the ban- .. obtain use of the property have 'Miss Cyndy Friend

quet. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boyette of been underway about a year.
The banquet next Friday night Member Flying High local Lions Club members
Canal P int spent Thanksgivingwith Council authorized a $200 dona-
will be the first affair of its kind their relatives Vero Beach. tion to Animal Rescue League. were told Monday evening of the

sponsored by the four Lions clubsin Miss Cyndy Friend, daughter of Scout Work and the need to further
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the four Officials of the Scout movement in Canal Point
past years. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend of Pa.
the clubs are anxious that' it become U. S.:Sugar Corp. Building 16 Inch WaterLine I by Lewis Mims of Pahokee, Of-
.. an established annual affair., hokee and a junior at Florida State" .f! Chairman of Glades District, \
University Tallahassee, has been
Each Lion will pay for his own member of the Gulf Stream Council -
From Lake To New Mill selected a member' of "FlyingHigh"
meal and the clubs have enough Bryant on the Coast and Assistant
FSU's famed troupe of gym- Scout Master of the Pahokee
money left out of their foot ball
nasts. "Flying High" was featuredon Troops. P. A.. Slonaker introducedMr.
clinic to pay for the players' meals. Workmen are busy this week it will be in the neighborhood of I the CBS TV sports spectacularlast
Mrs. :Mims who in turn introduced
The food will be prepared by
laying 16-inch water line from
a $750,000.00 an official source said. May, and again in September.One .
in M. E. Ludlow, Belle Glade, Chair-
Stanley at the school cafeteria
the House site to
Bryant Sugar
out of five students who make
The line is installed from
Pahokee and served by the home already man of the Organization and Ex-
Lake Okeechobee to service the '
economic girls. The menu will con- the mill site to the ridge along Lake application to join the troupe' are tension for the Glades District,
mill and of
new surrounding area and in student
accepted once a
sist of roast beef, locally grown : the United States Sugar Corporation Okeechobee. A huge pumping station must maintain a "C" average scho- who offered his services to Canal
sweet corn and beans and other de Lake Point. In their talk they pointedout
at Bryant. will be erected on the
in and
I lastic grade in order to stay
that Canal Point is the
licacies. No definite figures have been released side of the levee and the water will travel with the troupe. only
m Community in the Glades area
by the company in regard be pushed to Bryant from the intake -
I without Scout .
to the cost, of the installation but area. Troops.J.
Musical ProgramAtNextPTAMeet I i iI Jobs For Teen-agers G. Weeks, President, presid-
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I Mayaca Groves I Elks Memorial To I Should Be Screened Wilkinson xl.over B. Mathis the of business Pahokee and meeting.James announcedthe Harry LionsA. I

Shipping Oranges BIRMINGHAM, ALA -. "Teen-
Football Banquet to be held ,
Be Held Sun. Dec. 3 who soon start their annual
The December meeting of the agers Friday night, December. 8 in the i
Groves Port ,
Mayaca at .Mayaca hunt for holiday jobs are not con-
Canal Point Parents Teachers Association I Pahokee School Cafetorium.
: are busy preparing shipments of .. cerned with legal aspects, but eacn 1
will held Joe inducted into the
be Monday : Cherry, was
fancy finest quality Indian River Elks Lodge No. 1638 of Pahokeewill employer must know what work he I
evening, December 4 at 8:00 o'clockin ; club by A. R. Harrington. Five,
tree ripened juicy navel oranges. hold :Memorial Services at 4:30 can assign to the youngsters", an ,
the school auditorium, with Mrs. visitors from the Okeechobee Lions ,
They also are shipping pink grape- official of the U. S. Department of
o'clock on Sunday afternoon, December -
W. E. McCall: presiding.Mrs. Club were guests.Decorations..
fruit, southern candies, coconut Labor said here today. ..
Ruth Snyder, Music Teacher 3 in Elks Hall, according to -
patties, pralines, jellies and pecan Sterling Williams, director of
has planned a Christmas Musi- nut assortments. James Vann and Robert O. Lampi, the Wage-and-Hour and Public ..Will
cal to be presented by'students
program from the first, throughthe Mayaca Groves, owned. and operated members of the committee in Contracts Division regional office! Be Put On Exhibit

: by-Bessemer Properties,have charge. I at Birmingham; pointed out that -
; eighth grades.Refreshments *
through the years won an enviable Messers. Vann and Lampi an- Federal Child-Labor laws cover The Sodbusters Garden Club'has .
will, not be served
at this meeting. ", reputation as growers and shippers nounced that the speaker of the boys and girls working in com- joined the Pahokee Garden Clubas

.._. .. of unusually fine citrus products. Memorial Services this year will be merce, in the production of pools a sponsor: of the Christmas

If you want to send'something nice the Honorable Russell M. McIntosh, for commerce and in many retail Decorative Arrangements Exhibit ,

Chief Suggests .You I to that friend up north, just drop Judge of the Criminal Court of stores. They prohibit any such which is to be held in the Woman's j f

Watch PocketbookPolice by Mayaca Groves or give them a Record of Palm Beach County. youngster under 16 from holdingany Club building Friday, Dec. 8, from *'

call. You'll be happy with results. I Music will be furnished by a vocal job during hours when schoolsin 4 to 10 p. m. :Mrs.: Betty Hatton *

Chief Leon Guthrie of Pa- group from the Pahokee High his home area are in session. and Mrs.,Barbara Wilder have been .:

hokee suggests that ladies who go It's School Glee Club under the direc- "On, school days the 14-and-15 appointed to represent the Sod- 'I

.. downtown shopping keep close tab Christmastime I tion of Miss Ellen Morgan. year olds are limited to working busters on .the joint triclub committee -
on their pocketbooks. He pointedout Again In PahokeeWorkmen three hours a day and 18 hours a .in charge of the exhibit

that sneak thieves may reach Mr. And Mrs., L. D. week. When schools close for vaca- which has Mrs. Jess M. Elliott as !'

into a parked car and take a bill were busy this week tion these same boys and girls may chairman.

... fold or pocketbook. So, it mightbe stringing Christmas lights in the Echols Hurt In Wreck work as much as eight hours a dayor This exhibit, free to the public

a good idea to take the Chief shopping district of Pahokee. Each ... 40 hours a week so long as the will feature original and distinc-

advice and watch your pocketbook I year this special addition to the Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Echols of Ca- duties are scheduled between 7 a. tive Christmas decorations made by

at all times. lighting system of the city adds to nal Point are patients of the Ever- m. and 7 p. ni. The youngstersmay local club members. It supersedesthe

>> the Yuletide atmosphere. glades Memorial Hospital suffer- work as.sales clerks and office traditional Holiday House pro- .

of ing from multiple injuries receivedin in business where in the
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Justice employees places ject sponsored past duringthe
Jupiter were out-of-town guests at SPECIAL SERVICE an early Friday Morning auto- employees. are covered by the Fair Christmas holidays by the Pa-

; a family Thanksgiving Dinner at' Canal Point Thanksgiving Ser- mobile accident at Pelican Lake. Labor. Standards_ Act" Williams hokee Garden Club. !

the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack vices were held Thursday Morningin Ralph Echols, his brother of Naples said. I Ir \

Bush and children in Pahokee. Other -I the Canal Point Methodist Chur- and sister and brother-in-law Mrs. Jim Higgins and children of

guests included her parents Mr. ch. Rev. Robert Shelley pastor Mr. and Mrs. D. H. CammAck of :Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Veasey of West' Palm Beach were holiday

and Mrs. E. A. Tillman of Canal brought the special Thanksgiving Ft. Myers were Sunday visitors at Vero Beach were the weekend house guests of her brotherinlawand

Point, and his son, Sidney Tillman message with the choir expressingtheir the hospital along: with other rela- guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. sister Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wil-

and son Garry of Miami. gratitude in song. tives in Canal Point. Ernest Boyette of Canal Point. son in Canal.Point.:' I

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Page Two The Everglades News; Canal Point, Florida Friday December 1, 1961

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General Meeting 1 I Rev. Colvard Will

11 V ;-;_ Women's... A' Mission 1 I Speak Moore HavenThe

: The General ;;Meeting pf the Ca- Rev. Guthrie W. Colvard,
nal Point Baptist Church Women .,, s Pastor of the First Baptist Churchof

{, Missionary, Union was held 'in the Mr.,and Mrs. Jack Bush of Paho- Pahokee, wfll be the featured
t Church ;Monday with Mrs. J. D. ,'kee jAda Tillman) announce, the speaker at the "1\{" Night meetingof

Latham, presiding.Mrs. birth' # of a ,son, November 26, in the Big Lake Baptist Associa-
.W. S.: Evans' presented the Everglades Memorial Hospital.. tion. The meeting will be held at

program, "That They May Be Morgan Evander (YfJ1) Tyson, the Moore Haven Baptist Churchon
V Known" and was assisted by,Mrs. Jr., is':the name given to the son Monday evening, December 4th
Charles D. Stewart and Mrs. J.: L. born November 27 at Everglades' .at 8:60: p. m.

McCall. Memorial Hospital) to-Mr. and :Mrs.: ,C. H. :Jones of Clewiston is the

Following the program a short Morgan E. Tyson of Belle Glade. I Training Union Director of the Big

The Harden EmUmg In v Canal-i *ft Point, Florida,. business meeting was held and reports (Brenda Carter Mrs. Annie MerleCarter I Lake Baptist Association.
were heard ''from both the .
THE LAKE OJQEEOHOBEE: REGION HOME OF # .is the maternal grand .
'Annie,Jones, Hannah Scoggin andlone mother. *
Patterson Circles.Women's .. 1
THE EVERGLADES NEWS Pahokee MethodistsPlan

Serving the lake Okeechobee: Farming Region Without Pat'Maxwell: : son.of Mr. and Mrs. Special Day
Ernest :Maxwell and Lud-
Interruption Every Week for More-Than 30 Tears Society Wayne
lam, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. W. L d-1 The First Methodist Church of
Established March 11 1924 Published Friday
Will Meet TuesdayThe
lam, both of Pahokee, returned Pahokee will observe a special day.
Subscription. Price $2.00. Year- In Advance Sunday totheir studies at Florida Sunday, December 3.

The-Everglades Entered at the Post Office Women Society of Christ- Military School in Deland after a 11:00 a. m. Rev. C. T. Howes,

In Canal Point,'Florida, as Second Class Matter ian Service of Canal Point Metho- holiday visjt} with. their parents. former Pastor will preach the I
dist Church, will meet TuesdayDec. -- Sermon.
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher 5, at 8 p. m. at the home of Miss Sandra Lampi, daughter of 12:45 Dinner will be served on

:Mrs. Don Kepp with Mrs. Leonard 'Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Lampi of Paho- the grounds. |j

Miss Ann Jackson I Week Of Prayer Is Maxson; President, presiding. :Mrs kee returned Sunday to her studiesat 1:45 p. m. Dedication of the I

Held In Canal PointThe Boyd Vorhees will be in charge of ,the University of Miami, after Chapel and Chancel furniture. This I
Weds Billy ThigpenMiss the Worship Service, theme, "A spending the Thanksgiving HoU. will be followed by 'Holy Commuion i
I Womens Missionary; Societyof Christmas Card." days with her family. in the Chapel at 2:10 p.

Ann Jackson, of
daughter the Canal Point Baptist Church
Mr. and Mrs. Monk Jackson. of Canal -
observed the week of Prayer and
I Point and William Thigpen also Y r/ra>8HysI
Lottie Moon Christmas offering m.'I
of Canal Point married Friday
were this week. Monday, Mrs. W. S.
November 24, in the Canal 'I
Evans, presented the program on I
Point Methodist .
I Parsonage.Rev. "Tidings of Great Joy". Tuesday,
i Robert Shelley, pastor, officiated Mrs. McCall presented a I 0

i at the quiet impressive on "Tidings of Peace." wedneSday,1 I

J double-ring ceremony in the presence Mrs. J.: H. Strayer, "Tidings to All a
1 of her family.: People." Thursday, Mrs. Cross was I I Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
I The by i
bride given in marriage -
supposed to have this program but '
her father wore a streetlengthsheath : :'was unable to be present, so Mrs. I SALES and SERVICE.
dress, fashioned of blue 1
I J. H. Bordeaux.substituted for her ,

green jacket lace over and accessories.taffeta with matching I The of Redemptions.program title" And was today: "Tidings Mrs. I I ] Heating Air Conditioning Appliances I Iv !

Following a brief honeymoon I R. T. Smith, will
conclude with .
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spent in ? a the
i program on "They That Publishthe
couple at home in of W. P. ,
are one ,
I Tidings" Mrs D. P. Hughes of -------- --- ------- ----- ------
Pope's apartments in Canal Point.C Bryant is Prayer Chairman. ......

Mr. and Mrs. James Latham and -
little daughter, Lisa'of'Cocoa,'were Recognition Given,

Thanksgiving weekend' house Mrs. C. A. Barfield r check this I.

guests of her'parents, Mr.'and Mrs.E. I II .
B. Gamble in Pahokee.ClassifiedAds. I
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The Ladies
Auxiliary were introduced -

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,,. ., A' on his Honor Hall program. ,
Following the introduction of all I
members, Mrs. C. A. Barfield was JOBS

named as the outstanding memberof '.
the year of the Canal Point Aux- }3rK r .
SPARE BOOMS for rent? If you
have in touch .with this iliary. She was given this honor
one, get ; that "REDDY" can do
1 newspaper and insert a $1 class- through her untiring efforts toward -

ified ad. It will get results. All ads the Community, Church and I r '
payable in advance.The EvergladesNews God. rrsi for you in 62

Canal Point, FJa. The present auxiliary was organ- :
ized in 1939 and has 16 members. I I
FOR SALE New and
: used Willys
Mrs. Barfield is a charter member.
Walter A8h1e 'a'
Jeeps. GarageIn
The for this is
project group buyinga
Belle Glade Phone 8058. ..
lot and church to 4fjff .
building a new .y
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replace the present building which ,
\ SUGAR BOOM is sure ,to hit .If was built in 1925 and which they +r ""ifS v: rrti

I you have a spare roc rn ortwo/ for have outgrown. <" ;J
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I tent, why .not'' place an 14 }n ,this : '.
column odd patch resjilts.} .; A'hone ; REDDY can do over 300 farm jobs better, easier, -
call and ?1J wjU gel khg J jqb done.IS "M" Night Meeting II '
1: cheaper.. So make more use of REDDY-the fanner's ,top
1 Expect 50 FolksThe NJ r.
-: YOUR"'StngSOBXPHON palk in hand.Y.. elper-to save labor, time and money, and make
advancVf'We)}, ddn't Abe" going ; ,
off on any"-l&pi'tmfcr'ytHL' 'sew! {UP ; First Baptist Church ,of Pa- --ti life more enjoyable around your farm and home. r

our 200. The huirt 'sftasont'fc'lt: hokee has'a goal 9f 50 to attend, the !11

hand. It will sake onjy a half box of. shells:to py:Up,fur Baptist :Church ,of West Palm I 1 i

subscription! )aWtbff\ ,9 tick Beach on Monday evening. December t. D Electric'Yard !Lighting! q Electric Barn Cleaning
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today to The EtrgU&sNews, 4th, at 7:30'p. m. : '
ox'AA Canal,'P!? FJa l'ke; largest Simultaneous Gathering II;:: D Electric ,Barn Ventilating i .. O Electric_ Hay Drying '
of Baptists outside of the .
}"tOOMSAitE' .'NTffiDE .- Mast I Sunday'Church lesions, is the "M"I I MC D Electric Milking O Electric Toolshop

dafly.: If you advertise" intlaasified t Night each year.on the first Monday D Electric Feed Lifting ;f
column. f6lkvwffl4cnowwhere I I of December.'The, "M" stands ;x. O Milk Cooling

to fin* 'that sfcafe ''room. for :Mobilization' and is the nightwhen D Electric, Water. Pumping D Electric Feed _Mixing '
and fofr'iydtir'&d to '
Send $1.00: cbjiy the Southern Baptist Train- lit

'The'Everglades News;;,CNnftl Flint; ing'UniOn program for the new Q Electric Feed Grinding D Electric Chick-" -Brooders. ,
Fla.., is projected. '
t, year Jr

LAND FOR'JfP.'lT:1u' : warm'zone ,The Program next Monday the'theme will t I.:.....: :, and in your home.;too: t .
feature presentation of *
near the'lake.,Phone Hub Spoon- a
t .era Pahokee 7128./ tf tor 1962 "Lengthen and Strength .: D J Flameless Electric Range D Electric Clothes Dryer .;;
,en".The main Speaker will be:Dr. I
i HELP WANTED (l !let James 'P. Westberry: pastor of .the D Flameless. "Electric Water Heater Q Electric:Refrigerator-Freezer
Asse'mble and'Distributer1 in homri I Morningside Baptist,Church of Atlanta -I I tD .
r M 7 ; '-'v *
tit Electric Electric'Conditioning --
time Dishwasher D
spare ,feY[ laventot of ten Georgia. ; '
lises. Write: 'NortfsfideKecreatibnfInc. .--. _,aIN -

..,. Box- ,918'J5tttJoksville'iTa.STOVE f .-. THE HOSPITAL: t33: '1
Patients;remaining in the E. :M. J } y ,. '
FOR SALE: Large Maytag / j
Hospital, November'29' : Mrs. Brenda -
four large burners, large oven
I 'Tyson,Belle Glade; Norma Sar-. I
and broiler, 2 storage compartments .
time clock. Regular $298, I gent, Indiantown; :Mrs. Maude -tk7tO '
used very little 'Looks new. 'Less I Cross, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Echols, # 4).lW.t ltJ. .( ,' :
Wilson, ,
all ,of Canal ;
'than half price. Phdne 7600 in Pa-I' Vivian Stamps PojlntiP.J11e,''Ercel: Ring 'Oliver ..Irs CHEAPER .TOO! '

hdkee.FOR Cowart Mrs.O'da F m BETTER" .
,' Hatfield Reppard: .FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. <
and ,
SALE: 14 .TrucksndBuses. : Lowery Louise '
f Phone 611 in"Pahokee. William McClenithan all of,Paho '
C' .
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<. A: With, Series E Bonds, the rate turns 18.75 into 4
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4 months. With both E and H Bonds new Ate Q: In what denominations can I buy series E and series .J:;.
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a guaranteed 4.eachyear to maturity. A: E Bonds: $25 (cost$18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $100 .. Jt
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rage Pour The Everglades News; Canal Point, Florida Friday, December 1, 1961 .

We Don't Smile .SUNDAY VISITORSMr. Adoption Cases '

I- PERSONAL NEWS NOTESThe I Enough, Survey Shows of guests Runyon. and three Mrs.had of their S.their Scruggs children Sunday, and Sr., Show Upward- Climb

T TALLAHASSE research project JACKSONVILLE The Child-,
their families also his nephew and ..
I of the Florida Development ren's Home Society of Florida has j
Womens Society of Chris- Mr.. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux of I Commission has come up with an family: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. handled more adoption cases in the .

tian Service of the First Metho- Canal Point, spent Thanksgiving in unflattering conclusion about Floridians Scruggs and children of Canal last 10 months than in any similar.. ,

dist Church will hold their General Ft. Lauderdale with her niece and We don't smile enough. Point: Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Scruggs, period in its history, according to :

meeting in the Church 'Monday, family the Van Gemmerts. Results of the researchers show Jr., and family of Belle Glade; Mr. the Society's president, William H. j
and Mrs. E. Clark and childrenof
December 4 at 8 p. m. that Florida has been losing tour- Jeter, of Jacksonville. I
S Fred Wachs
Mr. and Miami; also Mr. and Mrs. Will-
ists because some tourists are com- Jeter said the
:M. G. McRae former resident of Lexington, Ky., were recent house- iam G. Scruggs and children of Mi year Society-
ing to the Sunshine State only placed 396 children in
and Mrs.W. S.Evansat permanent.
Canal Point, now of Tallahassee guests of Col. ami.
once. And this fact has resulted adoptive homes. The 1961 case
was a business visitor in Canal Port Mayaca load."f"f
from complaints, compiled by the to date indicates that about 450.
Point Wednesday evening.Mr. .
Billy Erler of West Palm Beach researchers, that show one visit to children will find permanent i(

and :Mrs. Howard Boardwine spent the Thanksgiving Holidayswith Florida is enough for some tour- Miss Cyndy Friend, of F. S. U.. homes through the Society by Jan- i

left Monday for their home in Salt- his aunt, :Mrs.J.W.Barrett of ists.Some Tallahassee was accompaniedhome uary. ./

ville Va., following a visit of sev- Canal Point. of the complaints are: Not for the holidays by Rupert 4

eral weeks with their soninlawand enough picnic areas; beer to expen- Mock, Miss Edwina Humphries all Mrs. Walter Cross of Canal Point, i

daughter Rev. and Mrs. Rob- Mrs. M. P. Stanley_of Pahokee, sive; need more accurate information of Pahokee and Johnny Smith of is a patient in Everglades Memorial r

ert Shelley and little granddaughter is'' the guest of her parents, Mr. on motel prices; too many bad Canal Point. .' Hospital, Pahokee. j jIf I

Lisa Shelley of Canal Point. and Mrs. Peigler Lumpkins. Ga. I roads and,speed traps; and not ..

Mrs. Steve Stevens and daughter not enough friendly smiles by resi-

Mr. and :Mrs. Lon Wilson and Pam of West Palm Beach were dents.

daughter Linda had as recent the weekend guests of her mother The tourist industry-backed organization
guests at their home in Pahokeethe Mrs. Ollie Adams in Canal Point. : the Governor's Florida MEN- GET THAT JOB Operating 1

Pahokee"High School Cheer ,tourism Steering Committee, is
Leaders. Following a chicken dinner Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davenport and trying to do something about all

served to 22 guests the party daughters, Debbie and Terry of [this. Here is the committee's ad- Heavy Equipment 1
Brandon were weekend guests
enjoyed a theatre party., vice:
her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. J. SUCH AS. '
t Belle Glade Methodist Church Fraser of Pahokee.. I When you see: (1) A convention ''i 4

will be host Tuesday, December 5 badge (2) An out-of-state license BULLDOZERS POWER SHOVELS GRADERS
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas of I
tag, (3) A U-drive-it car or (4)
at 9:00 a. m. for the Methodist District .
Conference. Pahokee had as their Thanksgiving A pale face smile! DRAG LINES CLAM SHELLS SCRAPERS
their son-in-law and
Holiday guests
... Thousands of additional men will be needed to operate the Heavy
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myersof
Pahokee Baptist Womens Miss- daughter,
Pvt. Homer Lathain of Ft. Ben- Equipment used to build the new roads subdivisions bridges, irrigation -
ionary Union observed the Week of Miami. systems, pipelines, dams, missile sites, shopping centers,
Prayer and Lottie Moon Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Dan Griffith of St. ning, Ga., spent the Thanksgivingday industrial parks, home sites, airfields\ etc. in a growing America. '

Offering, at 9:00 a. m. each day Petersburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy and weekend with his parents :
this week, with Mrs. Guthrie Col- Winter Haven :Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Latham in Canal Complete practical training on OUR modern machines, at OUR I
Griffith of were
Resident Centers, the need
Training gives you background you
vard in charge of the programs. I Point. Thanksgiving Dinner
of :Mr.
Thanksgiving Dinner guests to get that JOB you want as a Heavy Equipment Operator; with
O.. H. Chastain of Thomasville, and Mrs. M. D. Geiger in Canal_ guests at the Latham home included the help our Nationally Recognized Placement Service.
Homer, Hunter, Mr. and Mrs.
Georgia, was a business visitor in .... Audie Hooks and daughter Jo-nelJe Mail coupon TODAY for complete information.
Canal Point, on Monday and Tues-
of Clewiston; and M:. ,and Mrs. - - - -
day of this week. State Is Hoping For
James Latham and little daughter, UNIVERSAL EQUIPMENT OPERATORS SCHOOL .

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Larrimoreand More TouristsTALLAHASSEE'The Lisa of Cocoa. 407 FABER DRIVE,-ORLANDO,FLORIDA' "

daughter, Sharon of Tallahassee -
spent the holidays with his Florida -- Name _._-.J... Age _...._.

mother:Mrs. Ida Larrimore in Pa- Development Commission hopes to Street ._..__ .... *... .-
hokee.A. cause thousands of northerners to

"Obey that Florida impulse, toss a City -, _..._.Y ._._...___._ State ____.._......,.,._,.L_._
T. Holt is able to be out after T .
few things in I a bag and head for APPROXIMATELY ONE OF EVER'G Phone Hrs. at home ....._._ .._._-_._-
confined to the
being Everglades
Memorial Hospital for several days.Pvt. Sunshine FLORIDA FOR THE FIRST TiME! CONTRACTORS: Information about our trained OPERATORS
When cold winds howl and the
YOU CAN MAKE SURE THEY available upon request.: J
Homer 'Latham returned snow begins to pile up folks in cold CARRY HOME A GOOD f .t I

Sunday to Fort JBenning, followinga bound areas will be greeted with FIRST IMPRESSION OF '. .
visit with his parents, Mr. and appealing advertisements headed FLORIDA AND ITS FRIENDLY .. -..
Mrs.. "Wouldn't You Rather be in Flor- PEOPLE. I
'J. D. Latham and other members ta,
of his family in Canal Point. ida" with suitable illustrations and
text extolling the charms and ad 1
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Mullis and vantages this state offers. I d YOUR NEW HOME DESERVES j

young son, Danny of Orlando, were Colorful,posters will further emi; .

I the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rosco phasize the appeal in an all-out ,

Stokes'during the holidays.Mr. campaign to step up Florida's tour

1st business this winter. I
and Mrs. D._P. Hughes of
The campaign is being handledfor
Bryant had as their Wednesday
the Commission by the Louis!
/ night and Thanksgiving Dinner i
Benito Advertising Agency of. I
guests their daughter, Miss Kay I
Tampa and promises. to be one of
Hughes and a friend. Airman ,
the best and most effective in.the (f1EEJ
Thomas Wanek both of Orlando.
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state's history. k !P Fw jw
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Johnny Smith, of Canal Point

and University of Florida, Gaines.

ville, was guest of the Lewis =!

Friends at their hunting cabin near
Orlando. Friday and Saturday of "CWERNOR'S FLORIDA TOURISM ;
last week. I }

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Large variety of Southern Candies, Coconut Patties, Pralines, home you'll naturally choose concrete masonry con- .

struction. It provides a home that is fire-safe, economicalto '
Jellies and Pecan Nut Assortments"
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Six The ffiergfeges! News,, Canal Point, Florida! rfdayi.;! .December 1, 33 J.. !

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I II AdventistePIan: ; Coffee Honors \

For New AcademyFOREST Colvatrd"franiifer

CITY- Ministers and Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard ,

officers from 65 Florida Seventh and their daughter,Mrs.Pierre Le i

Day Adv ntist churches met here frevre of N. Y. City who is their
house guest, were honored Saturday -
recently to approve plans for the
with a coffee at the home of
rebuilding of Forest Lake Academy I
Mrs. Lee Wroten. Cohostesseswere
I j : Mrs. M. P. Stanley, Mrs. B.
More than 700 delegates to the
I I B. Gamble, Mrs. Wiley Tillis, Mrs.
conference were given detailed information -
. C. L. Shirley, Sr., Mrs. Ray Hawk,
First MethodistChurch Canal Point Church Of God, about the plan, by Flor-: Jr., Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, Jr., and

PahokeeRev. Baptist ChurchRev. Barfield Highway ida Conference president H. H. Mrs. C. L. Shirlley, Jr. '
Schmidt and H. F. Roll, conference ..Go.

T.-C. O'Steea Stewart Pastor treasurer. ATI'E.'T'EDDING '
Charles D. Pahokee, Fla.J. .
SUNDAY Members of the church will be '
: SUNDAY: W. Among those the l'
Hughes Minister attending Rogers -
asked to make toward
one pledge
9:(5 a. m.-Church School
11:00 a. .-Morning Word ip 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Phone 3736 local development projects with 25 and Thompson Wedding Sunday \
11:00 a. m.-14.ornlDg Worship SUNDAY
6:45 p. m.-'KYF : percent of the pledge going to the afternoon at Ft. Myers were: Mr.
6:30 Training
p. 9:45 School
7:45 p. m.Evenin.'Wol'lihtpTUESDA'Y 7:30 .-Evening Worship a. m.-Sunday conference. and Mrs. George H. Tucker Sr., of
p. 11:00
: WEDNESDAY: a. m.-Morning Worship Approval was given for the Canal Point; Mr. and Mrs. M. H.

7:00 p. .Vesper Choir. prac 7:30 p. m..-Prayer Meeting. 7:30 p.viceTUESDAY m. -Evangelistic Ser- spending of approximately one million Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. A. Paul Till-
ticsWEDNESDAY dollars on the Forest Lake ery, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson,
: : Academy, other projects includingthe I Mr. and:Mrs. H. E.Unwin,Mr. and
7:45 p. m.Mld-wek devotion 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service Greater Miami Academy will Mrs. Theron Rogers, Mr. and Mrs.

8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir- prac. 'The Methodist' Church THURSDAY: .bring the total program to around John Rogers, Miss Shirley Kincaid,
7:30'p.. m. Youth for Christ I
tics.Canal .. Canal t PoBft, Florida Service. I$3 million.The,conference may em- Ed Wagnon, also, the Brides grand- I
--. ploy a professional fund raiser for I I mother Mrs. :Maxine Joyce, and her
Point First .Robert A. Shelley;Pastor the operation. I I cousins, Mr. and Mrs.George Tuckre t
SUNDAY: The Pahokee ChurchOf -.- 'Jr., and family, including little
Baptist ChurchElder 10:00-: a. m.-Church School The NazareneRev. :Mrs. Meg Graham and children, Miss Kit Tucker, the flower girl in ,'

11:00 a. .-Morning Worship ,Joe, Dianne, Susan and Melinda of the wedding party, all from Paho
R.E.Banfleld 6i30 p. .Youth Fellowship Max D. Jones, Pastor Pahokee were Thanksgiving Holi-I kee.
SUNDAY: 7:30 p. in. Evening Worship 433 Bacom Point Rd. day visitors with her parents, :Mr. -I-'
10:00 a. .-Sunday School MONDAY: Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 and Mrs. Casper Williams in Home- PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice SUNDAY SERVICES: stead. CLASSIFIED ADS
7:00 p. .-B. T. C. TUESDAY: 9:45 a. .Sunday School. I .
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. .-Woman's Society1st 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship.
WEDNDESDAY: Tuesday2nd 6:30 m.-Juniors.
7:30 p. 'I I I I 1,1 I I I I I I I I I I I r"r I I I I I I II : I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1"1 I
p. m.-Midweek Prayer MONDAY: 7:00 p. m.Sunaay Evening t
Service 7:30 p.m..-Esther Class meeting Evangelistic Service. "
7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer

:Meeting. meeting.
.... I lOlL "Where you are a stranger. but t New 3-Bedroom: 2-Bath Homes
St. Peter's Lutheran once". "
First Baptist .. .. t
Immediate Occupancy
Church Glade
Church, Pahokee Christian Science

Guthrie W. Colvard, :Minister August. Koerber, Pastor I I Group Of Canal Point ,. ROYAL PALM MANOR
601 W. Lake Rd:, Belle Glade '
Sunday School 9:45 a m.
Morning Worship -11:00 a. m. SUNDAY: Spiritual understanding of God's I Phone 7712 -:- Blanton & Unwin ,
DIvine Services 11 A. M. creation helps man meet everyday
Training Union-6:30 p. rn. .T. !
School 9:45.A.L problems. This is a leading pointof .
Evening Worship 7:30 'p. m.. -.- ..,: : : : : :--t : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : -.t -++
the Lesson-Sermon entitled "God
Wednesday Prayer
,Service 7:30 p. m. St. Mary's Catholic the Only Cause'and Creator" to be
A warm welcome to all. heard at Christian Science churches Ki
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From the Bible will be the
The Church Of God Father Francis Fennech, Pastor
.. account of the healing by Christ
Sunday Mass 11:30. : ,a. m.
Of ,Prophecy; PahokeeCanal Confessions before Mass. Jesus of the centurion's son (Matt. "
Point Road Nativity Selections from "Science and
John H. Kinard, pastor Holy Health with Key to the Scriptures"by

10:00 a. m.-Sunday, School Episcopal I. ChurchPahokee. ', Mary Baker Eddy will include
'11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service this (p. 313): "Jesus of Nazarethwas PICKERS
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service the most scientific man that

8:00 p. m. Tuesday V.: L. S.: Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar ever trod the globe. He plunged be-
8:00 p. m. ursW.. M.,B. I I SUNDAY: neath the material surface of I
Everyone welcome. Special music' 10 a. m.-Sunday School things, and 'found .the. spiritualcause. HOUSING AVAILABLE FOR i
and Hinging. 'I'I 11 a. m. Worship.Service ." -
The Golden Text is from Acts SINGLE MALES
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works from the.beginning. of the .

Thinking About Building?' world.SEBRING" VISITORS. --. HHHiHHHHiBessemer : : I

It Dr. and Mrs. Frank Handley and -
children of Sebring were Thanksgiving Properties
For Free Estimates Call-
t Dinner guests of her Par-
1 ents, Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans at

WILEY TILLIS 'Cypress Lodge, Port Mayaca. Dr. Pahokee Phone 584 i

.. even-ing
Handley re-
'.' General Building Contractor: mained with' her parents through
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That New Home?

Are regularly held at,the- Glades Livestock Market
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which is owned and operated by more than 120 <-<. .

Florida Cattlemen. Here, Everglades Federal we are just waiting.for.. you to come in and

You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive hereat make your wants known. That's our business furnishing folks iii(

this Market.We make an effort at all times to givean the Glades with the necessary CASH to buy and build homes. \

outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us
trial. COME.IN TODAY! If you-have never borrowed money at the Ever

IttttII:1111: : glades Federal, you'll be surprised at the lack of RED TAPE and

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Paa-aJlkt t The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, December 1, 1961 .
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.. ;: I 1L Pink FlamingoesAttract THANKSGIVING DINNER I Harry Kirk Elarbee ; I

". Th7X' ; :;"Ub Mrs. C. B. Jones and son Alton
hi ont New Yorkers Christened Sunday JIJ.
: Ys ,' were the guests of Mr. and Mrs !

Y Claude Jones and family" in Belle ',
x' bytbyle TALLAHASSEE Ten pink Little Harry Kirk Elarbee young: ,

. flamingoes from Sarasota had Glade for Thanksgiving: dinner. At- son of Mr. and'Mrs. Harry Brooks \

the dinner, also were Rev Elarbee, Christianed at
tending was
12,000 New Yorkers ,,staring, at
and Mrs. S. B. Jordan, Sr., and Rev. morning service of the Canal
flordoDorcarhr them strutted in their the"I
as they cage and Mrs. S. B.Jordan, Jr., and baby Methodist Church Sunday -"I
>onloFAp recently at the Florida Showcasein all of Miami and the David Jones Rev. Robert Shelley, pastor

Rockefeller Center, the Florida family of Gainesville: The Thanks- ating. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rardin "\
Florida cattlement are to be com Development Commission said to- giving family Dinner has become a were chosen as his God-parents.
mended for the fine co-operation traditional event in the lives of the \
they have given our State and Fed-I day.The Jones and Jordans as this was the Miss Samilee Lanham of Miami I
eral regulatory personnel in the recent -I htY'nFY' '', visitor count was the largestfor sixth year all families have gath- spent the Thanksgiving Holidayswith
fever tick eradication .4 a single day since the Showcase ered in Belle Glade for this occas- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.

gram. opened last February. ion. L. Lanham in Canal Point.

Without the wholehearted pro-I Wendell Jarrard, chairman-di- --- .
eration of livestock owners, ;
would be mighty.difficult to rector of the Commission, said 12- MM IH M 1 1 I I I I I'M 1 I I 1 1 1 1 M-H t M Mil I HIM Hit I a HTHEATRES
and 139 guests registered at the Flor-
or wipe out disease pests -
threaten the'industry from time to I ida exhibition and "people were j

I time. lined up outside along 49th Street ,
and many times during the day."
Because systematic dipping "
The birds from Sa- LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
inspection are the only means longstemmed PRINCE .
known today for wiping out fever rasota Jungle, Gardens are one of Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
number of "live" attractions to .
ticks, the demands made on cattlemen '
be featured. at the Showcase dur- 1 I II
infested during eradication : =
in areas _ FEATURES
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are much more onerous than ing the state's big winter travel \
those of the screwworm program.In push, Jarrard said. Others will include SUNDAY -TUEBDAZ8UNDAYMONDAYTDESDAY

the latter, the sterile flies did I a Seminole Indian family, a I DECEMBER 3-4-5

most of the work of wiping out the trained bird act, sea turtles, exotic DECEMBER 3-4-5 "

native fly population. But, to get flowers, reindeer and bathing beau- -" PSYCHO

rid of ticks, cattle must be rounded ties.Jarrard 1116 Naked Edge \
up, dipped and" inspected every SERVICE said TV appearances for ANTHONY PERKINS AND.
14 to 21 days for a year'after the DISTINGUISHED I a number of the attractions have VERA MILES t.,
last ticks have been found. AWARD U. S. Senator been scheduled on the Today Show, Starring -AJJSo-
George A. Smathers was recipient *
Captain Kangroo and the New '
Nevertheless, in Florida's four- GARY COOPER AND ..
TO ,
of the Florida Fruit "YOU HAVE
York Calendar Show and some
th tick eradication program, which "
Vegetable Association's 1961 I DEBORAH KERR RUN
ended in October and required would receive "wide publicity" in FAST"i

about 16 months to complete, there Distinguished Service major cities en route to New York.. I( I I J tIt I 1 I I tit t 1 J I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 I t I l-w-
Award. Senator Smathers
was no hesitation on the part of
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the done., was a long
the industry to get job
'I I of distinguished service to m '

It wasn't always so. From some Florida's Agriculture, and
of our old-timers you'll hear hair-I particularly for his work on

,raising tales of cattlemen's resist-I transportation and competition -
ante to early tick eradication efforts -J matters. The award was Add '
in Florida dynamiting of I made during the 18th annual a phone. .
convention of the Association
dipping vats death threats to in-
spectors-even shootings and kill- at Miami Beach recently. ,

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The first attack on the fever ticka I' x 3
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.15 state program, including Ray burn's Death !j. :yrx I II
Florida-started in 1907 and took I .(f F. v:?
36 to complete, ending in y v
years Spurs Cancer Drive ;,4 ,
1943. Since then. there were two I .
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more, 1945-50 and 195758. /

By today's standards, Florida's Because Speaker of the House,
beef cattle industry in the early1900's ar the Honorable Sam Rayburn, was Y+' {'cgfi: l.r; ,
$:bd:{:?l.yn9,'! Y YNr2; ''slei.<,:
was a pretty sorry thing.
stricken and died of cancer, Amer-
The animals were mostly "scrub"varieties

undernourished and sUb-1 I ican Cancer Society offices jyiF': r..4'.: :'ryf' ;f .ib:. R.Y'iwgR'yn ''q
ject to many diseases and throughout the state are receiving i sf

In 1920 our beef cattle populationwas an increasing number of inquiries,
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estimated at only 766,000'head. from Florida admirers of the late
Today it's around !*/ million. : statesman, in regard to making t

Cattle raising was a rugged busi- personal contributions gifts in his "", w. y.a
ness, 50 years ago and, on the memory, to the Society's established :
whole, the cattlemen of those days .Cancer Memorial Fund. .'
0'y ?Y4:4tt
were a rugged lot. They didn't realize I The announcement was made
I what disease control and eradication L4
yesterday by a. Society Spokesman : :
could do for them-so they I who explained that all contributions .. ..M..;. /w : '

opposed it. I are placed in the Society's I: : :.;; .,.:
.. general fund and are used to fur- : % i) ;
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We expect to be starting soon on ther support year-round cancer : k ,
a statewide program in Florida, in control programs of public education -

co-operation with the Federal.government scientific research and patient.

,. to eradicate hog cholera.To services.He F
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% Ab'y"iaddalottoliving
be successful, this effort will pointed out that many Flo-
require widespread co-operation by ridians contribute to the American
swine raisers. They benefitted Cancer Society Cancer Memorial:
greatly, as did other livestock owners Fund'' each year. Gifts are usually'

from the successful screwworm given in memory'of close friends or!

eradication program of 195859. I .relatives although an increasing
raisers number of contributions ,: ;.,, 'know our: hog are fully are being ;
aware of the threat cholea poses to made as tokens of respect to prominent ; ,, .

their operations. They have indi-I persons such as: the baseball I -
cated they want an eradication great Ty Cobb; veteran_ film actor ':;(.=tjJi;

program, and I'm glad, to know Gary Cooper; former Secretary of ;' ';:>;t! <
that we have funds available and I State, John Foster Dulles; Richard )

are ready to go. Skelton, son of comedian Red Skel- ;

To wipe out hog cholera'" may ton; Sports greats, Babe Ruth and '1';' '',,_ > ';'d1'z"
take five years. However, the I Babe,Didrikson Zaharias; Broadway _: ,

money, time and effort required to lyricist Oscar Hammersteinand '

I do the job should be an excellent in-I many others. '
vestment. The disease can wipe out When a contribution is made,
an unprotected herd almost 'over either to a local County Unit or to :: I II

night. For a hog that comes down the organization's state headquarters -

with Cholera, no cure is known at the gift is recorded and placed .
this time. in a permanent file. Without disclosure I-

Because we still have cholera in of the amount given, an ap-
.the U. S., our pork is barred from propriate card, in the name of the FE1 A phone in your kitchen works hard where you '

several foreign countries. Once we donor, is sent to the family of the

have rid the nation of cholera our deceased. The donor in turn, re- T work hardest! It's on the spot for making calls. taking' '
pork exports can be increased, our ceives an acknowledgement receipt :
bog raisers will be relieved of a which is assurance that the contri- calls, saving steps and time. All that adds up to a lot of easier ti:
deadly threat to their business and bution has been made and will be
the year-to-year cost of "living used to help support the Society's living for you! Call your telephone business office .#or ask K r;':
,with" cholera will become a thing year-round cancer control pro-

.of the past. grams. Checks should be made out .any telephone serviceman for details on pretty colors and. f'

A.1II4-! to the ,American Cancer Society. .... .. i\ I
'Little :Miss Debbie :Maxson of Official receipts of contributionsare .) the very modest price. IJLt .
West Palm Beach spent the recognized for tax exemption

Thanksgiving Holidays with her purposes. t southern ( Bell I
father. Bob Maxson and her grandparents -- "

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