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:
January 5, 1962
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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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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Funeral Services Tuesday Corn Today Is $4, Sugar Boom Continues

Beans Are'$4.40 As

I For Harry Mason Mcintosh Result Of FreezeTen

.. GladesFarmingAreaBelle
days ago with a bountiful
Funeral services were held Tues- ,Magazine Sales
crop of corn and beans in the Lake

day afternoon at the First Methodist By Junior Class Region it was hard for the grower _.._
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Church in Pahokee for Harry .
.... M :McIntosh, president of the Bank I. to get harvesting costs for his product Glade Woman The sugar boom in the western

\ of Pahokee, who died early Sunday Wayne Boynton, magazine sales to say nothing of the cost of Victim Of BlazeFire section of Palm Beach county, ordinarily -
it's different
growing. Today a
morning from a heart attack at his manager in Pahokee High School referred to as the Lake ;

home on Bacom Point Road. The issued the following statement this story. Okeechobee Farming Region, is
week The story is the same as it always killed Mrs. B. J. Johns Wed
services were under the directionof : continuing at a rapid pace. Land on
f is following a frost or freeze nesday as firemen fought for two
the pastor of the church, Rev. T. "The school is having its annual which to plant cane is being leasedin
about 50 hours control blaze which destroyed
that wipes out percent of to a -
sale. This is
C. O'Steen, and burial was in Port magazine project con- section interestsand
the growing vegetables. A few days half her home in Belle every by sugar
Mayaca cemetery.Mr. ducted by the Junior class. We are
the prices aloe mounting. Several
offering over 100 different selec- ago grqwers were lucky to get $1.25 Glade.
McIntosh' was the principal tions. We have the five most to $1.50 per hamper for beans arid .Fire officials said they found sections have been .leased by
stockholder in the Bank of Pah'okee ular magazines in the nation: Post, corn was selling for $1.25 to $1.35 Mrs. Johns' body shortly after 3:30p. owners to sugar concerns for $30,
s and had been in active chargeof $35 and $40 acre.
what few beans
Ladies' Home Journal per crate. Today m., burned beyond recognition.Mrs. per
the bank since coming to Paho- are left in the area are bringing Johns' husband, a farmer The latest figure to creep into
and Jill and American Home.
1936 from Wauchula where Jack
4cee in $4.00 to $4.50 per hamper and corn and crop harvester who has lived' the news is $70 per acre lease forland
On these have f
he connected with the Wau-r I five magazines we a ,
was is being quoted at $4.00 to $4.25 per in Belle Glade for years, was on not too far north of Cana)
special. If show where .
chula State Bank. Mr. :McIntosh you us you
1 crate. a hunting trip when the fire was re- I Point. Florida's Everglades are be-
better deal we'll match
was widely known in banking circles -' can get a ,
; 'Twas ever thus. It takes a disaster ported. ing turned into a new sugar bowl
throughout Florida and the it. W would remind all of I
to put the prices up where a and only time will tell whether or
who bought subscriptions last
t southeastern United States, as was you !
evidenced by the large number of year that it is time to renew your grower can make a profit. The day Albert Snyder New not the prices being paid by tame-

1. men in attendance at the funeral subscriptions. Please contact any of green bean growing: in the Ever- ious sugar concerns are feasible.
glades is fast coming to an end,
American and the know-
who are connected with financial Junior for information. capital

,' institutions in those areas. so think some farmers who have South Bay Clerk how of refugee Cuban planters, _
been here for many years. The past I
driven from their homeland
t' The deceased was a native of I by
fall of beans nearly con-
Band Members At crop green
Fidel Castro's leftist regime, are
r Enterprise, Alabama, where he was vinced that the
every grower The City of South Bay has a new
, being employed in a $100 million
,..... .. .., graduated from high school iivl924. amount ,o( money realized from I clerk in the person of Albert I
.- .-" He immediately went' to work In 'State Music ClinicPahokee the effort. "city' businessman drive to create a new industry to ,
beans was not worth a former resident and -
Snyder produce up"to 500,000 tons of canea
f the bank there and soon was in
pos- Result: More and more growersare I of Pahokee and who now,
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session of a better job at Headland year.
looking for something 'other modern and
with his wife, own a
Ala. From that bank he went to High School is being I Between Miami and Lake Okee-
than beans to produce. Maybe it motel in South Bay. j
t Panama the State Music progressive i I chobee the stillness of the
. City, Florida, where he remained represented at will be leaf Maybe it will be I swamp-
crops. For Mr. Snyder was
until 1932 'when he went to Clinic for public school bands, orchestras many years I land is being broken by canals.
sugar cane. :Maybe it will be some in the produce business in Pahokee
!, Wauchula for a more responsible and choruses being heldin 'I Tractors crash through the jungle/
other new crop, who,knows? and was in charge of the bookkeeping -
position. And, it was from that Miami this weekend, Thursdaythrough undergrowth and pumps grind .
-- department for the W. G. Hull
Hardee county city that he came to Sunday, by .Bandmaster
; located away day and night draining
when it was -
Packing Company
.r the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Robert O. Lampi ,and eight mem-I Last Rites Held where the Glades Chemical rich mucklands to make room for

four years later to become one bers of the PHS Band, and by Miss the fields.
new cane
Company is today. Later erected
of the most progressive and best- Ellen Morgan, teacher of vocal I
l Fred 71 a concrete building on the Belle By next summer the South Florida -
liked bankers in Florida as he music. W.Jand
a Glade road and operated a grocery j I| sugar bowl sugar cane has
headed the oldest bank in Palm The clinic, with headquarters in '
store for many years. It was during Continued on Page 6.)
Beach County the Bank of Pa the McAllister Hotel, is sponsoredby
Funeral services were held Sat-
I hokee.It : this time that the Snyders pur. u ..
the Florida Music Educators urday afternoon for Fred W. Hand, chased the motel in South Bay. Deciding -

was under the guidance arId Association for the purpose of I 71, who died at his home in Paho- that operation of both busi- Gulf Has New Gas

direction of Mr. McIntosh that the studying problems that arise in the kee Friday of a heart attack. He nesses was a little too much, they, ;

i local bank grew from a typical teaching of musical groups in pub J was a retired carpenter and cams sold the grocery' and moved to

t country bank into one of the most lie schools arid reviewing new musi-j to Canal Point in 1919 from Sara-I South Bay. Sells At 31.9c Gal.

r modem in the state with its deposits cal arrangements for these groups sota. Burial was at Port Mayaca.Rev. The city Council of South Bay

) increasing yearly as proof Climax of the clinic will be a performance -| Guthrie Colvard, pastor of will find'in Mr. Snyder a very ca- .
t of the growth. Much time and mon by a combined Senior The Gulf Oil Corporation hasbrought.
the First Baptist Church in Paho- pable and efficient city clerk. His
ey has been spent by the institution High Concert Band at the Dinner I kee and Rev. Charles Crauswell; many friends will be happy to know j f t a new gas-and it sell

w in keeping step with modern and Key Auditorium, Saturday night. I IPa pastor of the Church of the Nazarene that he is connected with City gov- for 31.8:cents per gallon. The name

i t;. convenient banking methods, at all in Brooksville, officiated. ernment in that thriving little city. of the new fuel is Gulftane and the

: 1 times looking out for the folks who eBaptist I II Survivors include ,his widow, Gulf Corporation highly recom-

>::_ .I- have :made the bank a success Mrs. Lessy Hand; four sons, Fred mends" The new gas went on sale

-: ..I*.. through the, years:-the depositors. Lester and Dale Gordon, 'both of Bank Directors To in Pahokee this week and huge

'Jt The death of Mr. McIntosh came Bible Study PlanThe Pahokee; Maurice Thomas 0 f signs tell the world about the new
',f. ; f' as a distinct shock to the area and I I Brunswick, Ga., and Donald Ed- Meet January 9th product and new price.

Palm Beach county. Just a few mond of Jacksonville; one daughter The, Corporation's products on
short weeks ago he had been .hospitalized First Baptist Church of Pa. ; Miss Billie Hand, of Pahokee; sale in Pahokee are as follows:

inVest Palm Beach where hokee will have their January Bible two brothers, Murray, Ocala and Bank of Pahokee directors will Gulf tane ,..._ .-.._._,.._.__ 31.9c

I. he underwent.. back surgeryand was Study on Sunday, Monday, Tues- Preston, Sarasota; two sisters, Mrs. hold their 'annual meeting next Regular ....._. .._.._..._ 33.9c

recuperating' satisfactorily, work- day, Wednesday, January 710. Pearl Martin, Sarasota Mrs. Chris- Tuesday, January 9, according to New No-Nox .........__ 37.9c

..' ing only an hour or two a day,I Classes have been planned for every tine Beyer, Sarasota, and ten I Rupert Mock, vice president of that J% V. Thomas of Pahokee is the

; when the heart attack struck early member of the family. I grandchildren. institution. It will be Gulf Oil Corporation distributorand

r. .' ,Sunday morning. He would have The Nursery children will be led Pallbearers were Ray Hawk, Sr., necessary has represented that companyfor
that a new president be named to
t been 56 years old later this month.! by Mrs. Lee Wroten, Nursery Co- J. H. Wilkinson, Sr., Olaf Boe, more than a quarter of a cent
replace Harry M. McIntosh, who
k Survivors include the wife, Mrs. ordinator for the church, and other Hugo Boe, H. G. Boynton and .ury.

Martha .McIntosh; one son, Ken I members of the Nursery staff having Sheldon Campbell.. suffered a heart attack and died ... .
neth who is a student at Florida charge of the study "Good Out-of-town relatives attendingthe Sunday.
; Directors of the bank Garden Club Will
t. t State University at Tallahassee; Things to Eat. The Beginners ,will funeral were: his two brothers, are: Rup-

"' one daughter, Mrs. Sidney Stubbs I be direct d by Mrs. W. O. Moss C. P. Hand of Sarasota and Murray ert Mock E. F. Mcllwain, Lewis Observe Arbor Day

\ of Opheim, Montana; his mother I and Mrs.,F. H. Poteete in a studyof Hand 'of Ocala; one sister, Mrs. Friend and Attorney Robert L. -

T. 1 Mrs. Kenneth McIntosh of Enterprise the book "Sounds That Sing". Ben Beyer of Sarasota; and two Earnest of West Palm Beach. The Canal Point Garden Club will

Ala.; one brother, Robert of "The World We Live In" is the title sons and their families Mr. and I Officers of the bank today are: observe Arbor Day at the Park at

: Enterprise; a sister, Mrs. Alma' of the book the Primaries will Mrs. Donald Hand of Jacksonvilleand I Rupert Mock, vice president; JuliusT. 'I 3:00 p. m. A tree will be planted

t Loflin of Arlington, Va., and another study, and their leaders will be Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hand: ,Moon, assistant vice president; Thursday, January 11. Thursday,

sister, Mrs. Cecil Mount of An- Mrs. J. L. Humphrey, :Mrs. 'James and children of Brunswick, Ga., a'' E. F. Mcllwain cashier and Frank January 18, a covered dish supper

e dulusia, Ala. Batchelor and Mrs. Edward Cul- nephew Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Gillis, assistant cashier.' will be held at the Community
berson. Campbell of Sarasota; Mrs. Helen Building. Mrs. W. P. Jernigan of

t : ).{r. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders of Mrs. R. C. Woof ter will teach the Gamble of Bradenton; also Rev. Mrs. G. E. Bennett of Hendersonville Clewiston and Albert Fremd will

4": East Main Street in Pahokee, had Juniors and their book will be "The Crauswell, former pastor of the N. c., has returned to her be in charge of the program.

J' as their house guests this week Man Who Told His Story." The Nazarene Church of Pahokee, now. home with her son Mr. and Mrs. .

t..r. his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. study for the Intermediate will be of Brooksville and'JImmy Dixon of Bennett and children after being Wallace Jaudon of Tampa was

:s and Mrs. J. G. Sanders and son. taught by Mrs. Guthrie ColvardI the U. S. Army stationed in Ft. the holiday guest of Mr. and Mrs. the weekend guest of his sister.

t ;:'' Johnny, of dopton Ala. I (Continued on page 4) Banning. Ga. Edgar Wilder. Mrs. Wiley Tillis and Mr. TiDis.rr .

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Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Friday, January 5. 1962

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1| cannot be improved by feeding,I II

I Quality is the result of breeding.I II I

i i mpch That's effort why into they are"breeding putting, UP"I so i Pahokee Pubjic rhoroUghf es. r rt

their herds.. Once the quality
there: ,'proper fattening on feed will; t Committee Named I

7 ir produce carcasses. that grade in the \i
top categories, bring the best price! \
tiThe i and produce tie best kind of beef:, By City CouncilThe

for the housewife's selection, : 1
Latest reports.Indicate Florida's I Pahokee City Council has appointed a Public

beef cattle population is around I Thoroughfares: :Committee of Nine prominent citizens to study

"- 1& million. We've experienced one: the proposal of four-laning a highway through the City of

of the fastest growths in cattle 1 Pahokee. A recent tentative survey was made by the State

Rardin Building* In Canal Point, Florida numbers in the nation and as of I Road Department, at the request of the City Council and mapsof

January 1, 1961 rank fifth among. the survey have been made available to the Council and"citizens
.. states, east of the Mississippi.Al I .. of Pahokee. It, is this survey and other proposedroutes

the,same time, values: per head .for. : the, f !l!=,-laning..t at, this Committee will study
THE EYE.RGMJSO NEWS: have been increasing' and"a few I thoroughly before reporting back to the City Council at

Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without head of beef. cattle, represent a some future. date. Members of the highly important committee
worthwhile of That'sthe '"
gum money.
Interruption Every Week; for More,Than,30 Tears I are:
cattle has
reason why rustling
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday continued to survive in this modern I I Inman W. Weeks Chairman .

Subscription Price $2.00 Year .In Advance age, a practice you'd expect to have II I I (South Bay Growers, ), ,
gone out existence quite a few : -
rhe Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office
years ago. Florida, Cattlemen's Association -
In Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter Jimmy Moore William Plumer
like associations in some
Paul llardin Owner, Editor, Publisher other states, maintains a standing (Western Auto) (Glades Chemical Co.)
reward offer for the apprehensionand i
conviction of steal. R. B. Simonson Manning I. Keen
any person
foods reach the first point of inspection -
ing cattle. (Farmer) (Standard Oil Agent)
The a vast army of research I
workers have been engaged in the Today's cattle thief makes use I
A. J. Gamot
E. WilliamsMerchant
improvement of their quality. In: of a truck to transport stolen ani- .
every step along the production and j mals to a shady slaughtering estab- ( ) (Everglades Ins. Co.)
lishment where the carcass can be!
p ?OpyeEJorldoa marketing line, agricultural research Olaf Boe Dr. E. C. Johnson
is working constantly,to improve disposed of. No reputable slaughter I
our food products. house or processor would have any (Bo .s Appliances) (Physician)

Take a beef roast, for example. thing to do with an animal or a car-
G on 1 of Research has had a hand in almost I I cass which anyone but a bona fide 1 T

everything that produced the roast I I owner offered for sale. .. ..

Tve stressed the fact many -the breeding and quality of cattle I r Mrs. Jones SpeaksTo I Bull
When I read now and then of a i Sale Planned
times that we Americans are the ; the grasses sand feeds they : ;

best-fed people. on earth. In addi- eat; the way animals are butchered I' conviction for stealing cattle, I'm Garden Club

tion, we can buy our food with confluence -: and their meat processed, pack- remined of the old story of an I Belle Glade Jan. 5
and for con Easterner who inherited a western Mrs. Luther Jones of Belle Glade,
ln wing that it is the saf- aged displayed; guides
est, cleanest and. most wholesome sumer buying, and cooking tech- cattle ranch. When he arrived to member of the Belle Glade Garden .
in the \vord.Wliei niques to preserve tenderness and I take over, he was told that the Club, was guest speaker at the I l! WINTER HA' rEN-Acording to

} we sit down to a meal, we flavor. neighboring rancher was suspectedof January meeting of the Sodbusters J! Information received by L. H.
take its wholesomeness' for granted. I stealing his cattle. i Garden Club at the home of Mrs. ': Lewis, 'Chief, Florida State Farm-

That's i.i tribute. to the untiring The U. S. Department of Agri- "But be careful of him," he was Gene Bradley Tuesday. She spokeon I ers' Markets, Winter Haven, The

efforts of the great force' of in- culture recently listed some of the warned. "He's tough and he's liableto the care necessary for the suc- Glades_ Livestock Market, Belle

spectdrs in our State and Federal many groups of specialists who drill a couple of holes in your cessful growing of house plants. Glade, is having a BULL SALE at

I Department of'Agriculture who en- contribute to beef research: hide if you go after him. Mrs. Ray Hatton, president, pre- 1:00 p. m.: Friday, January 5, 1962They .
force, the laws which regulate the Biochemists who seek a better So the new owner wrote this sided at the business and introduced are offering:88 bulls. For further -

I rw foods we buy.However understanding of fat particles in message to his neighbor: "Dearsir the speaker."Alcohol" I information on this sale, con
t 1 before. most of our cells and the' relationship between : I'd appreciate it if you'd stop tact Scott L. French, Sales manager -

tenderness and the structure of leaving your hot branding irons out I Is SubjectAt :, Florida Angus Association,
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-- muscle fibers.Geneticists. I Loxahatchee.
{ where my fool cattle can sit downon
'- "'. who breed new lines them." Circle Meeting"Alcohol The' Knollwood Angus Ranch
( C n nsified Ad of cattle that provide beef of super- Inc. is offering top value in price

at i '-- ior flavor and tenderness. Its Effects and Prob- and quality in'a select group of 100
,} --w.-----i Histologists who study animal I Betty Gillis Weds lems" was the program; topic pre- head: of' Registered Angus Brood

I SUGAK BOOM is sure to hit. IfJ' .; tissues to, determine a basis, for Remer Edgar Young sented by Mrs. Frank M.: Wilsonat cows. These cows have a calf at

you hav*a spare room or two for selections for breeding programs. the January meeting of the Canal -I| side or are heavy in calf, were born

t rent: why not, place an ad ,in this Livestock nutritionists who study The Northwood Baptist church in Point Methodist"Woman's So- and raised in Florida, and all are
column and watch results. A phone the relationship between rations. was ciety of Christian Service held at proven breeders and good milkers.
West Palm Beach the scene
call and $1.0)will get fch.e job done. composition of beef, rate of growth the home of Mrs. A. R. Harrington These animals can be seen at No.
t' and tenderness. Thursday night for the marriageof Tuesday night. 2 ranch located on Route 98 about
IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION'paid in and Miss Betty Rae Gillis and Remer Members were invited to attend 8 miles north of Okeechobee.

advance? Well don't be going Animal who pathologists work toward parasit healthier Edgar Young with the pastor, Rev. the revival being conducted at the James Fowler who lives in Okee-
ologists I
I off on any trips until y6u'send us stock. Hal Hunter performing the cere- Belle Glade Community Methodist chobee would be glad to give you
our $2.00. Ths hunting season: is at nutritious mony. Church this weke,' with Bishop general information about these
hand. It will take only the price ofa Botanists seeking more The bride is the daughter of :Mr. Moore serving as evangelist.Mrs. cows. -

half box of shells to pay up your I forage crops, soil physicists I and Mrs. Franklin Griffin Gillis of Leonard Maxson presidedat The past week 14 markets reported -
the best soils on which to
; subscription. Send: along Ujat'cneck' studying Pahokae. She graduated from Pa the business session. It was an- the sale of 3,423 head of
; today to Tho Everglades.:_ ews, grow feed crops, chemists investigating hokee High School last June and nounced Mrs. Eli McCall will give cattle and calves, 3,300 hogs and
I of
Box AA, Canal Point, Fla. the composition before her marriage was employed the program at the February pigs, 1 horse, 64 ponies, and 4
i and forage .crops, and engineers to i in the office of' the Credit Bureau .meeting at the home of Mrs. C. B.' goats. Ten markets reported gross. !
ROOMS ARE NECDEQ almost and building
improve equipment
of Pahokee and Palm Beach Stringari. receipts of $202,178.75.
daily. If you: advertise in this .
designs. County at Canal Poirit.I mm I The, previous week, 15 markets_
classified wijJ know and others who seek I
clUA1.fq \ Biologists I The bridegroom son of Mrs. BOYD VORHEES VISITS soldhead, of cattle and calves,
"where to find that; spans ,room., solutions to problems of refrigera- of Palatka and Seaman Boyd Vorhees, servingin and
Mertice Qaba don 4,823?,hogs and pigs, 9 goats.?
Send $1.00 ar.d copyy for ybur ad to c:>>, tion, storage and shipping, and Remy Young of Pahokee, is also a the U. S. Coast Guard stationedfor Eleven markets reported grosscetpts 're.

The Everglades News., Canal.Point.; economists who look for ways to Pahokee High School graduate He the past fourteen months in of 45785869.: .

Fla. ..p, k ?,, : cut production and marketing costs attended Palm Beach Junior College Puerto Rico, arrived in Pahokee Belle Glade, Glades Livestock

LAND FOii RENT in wann'"zollnear and. increase-- the. efficiency t' of- both.Progressive ,., and is presently employed by December 23, and spent the Christmas Auction Market,' December, 18, 445...'I
the la:<.e.!Phone Hub'fepoSncr i t the Gold-Dobrow Theatres at Pa- holidays with' his parents I cattle and calves.
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Pahokee! 128.: ,tf cattlemen in Florida Ii hokee.. and Mrs. Boyd T. Vorhees, ,al I h... '
are quick to take advantage of new I with Miss Barbara Walker of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips and

t FOR S.>LE: itaytag: Gas' 'Range developments. As a result, cattle, Mr.: and Mrs. Joe Kelly of Ft. Naples. Boyd, Jr., left early this I children of Greenville, S. C., have

r four torge, 'wjrners, large even feeding in our state' has been in-' Pierce were the New Year's holi- week for Elizabeth City, N. C., to r returned to their home followinga '

t t and broiler 2. .storage ..p gtq- creasing in recent years and prom-' .1 day guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. attend Aviation Machinist Mate visit with Dr. and Mrs. L. W.

ments, time. clock Regul ;,2$$ ises to continue expanding. It is Thomas, Jr., of Pahokee. School. Armstrong during the holidays.:

'. used very !: tle. LoykQ1 w. s estimated about 65,000 cattle were
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; than half, prize PhonTjWp in P- fattened in Florida feedlots in] ----------- -

; hokee. '1958.59; nearly 78,000 in- 1959-60, i .

t ,. and about 100,000 at present.
t "" '.s.\I..L :Jew and used Wiilyp
: We are still in a long way
Jeep- t' 'Ater! Ashley's Garage
.' supplying Florida's demands for
In Belle (;h. i. E05:8.. ; "' .
: top grade beef, but increased feed-
OAL 17-64-ch.
--., ing will tend to reduce our defic

HOMES FOR SALE: Two I 1t iency. As our production ,of feed

Homes P1. .a fujfl Jtyr; Sag. ,crops: increases it will provide more
Greenstar Avinue: ,-Pahokee, Fla. encouragement for cattle feeding.

Henry and .Jon )Mqrkel Construction Florida's corn yield per acre has increased Gala Opening:
Company. .19eq.2-J.2GcJ1 about 2% times since 1954

according to reports from the FRIDAYJ JAN. 5th
FOR SALE 23 .foot _Zimmer .trailer ,
North Florida Experiment stationat
aluminum, first class condition "
POST IDlE 8:15
Quincy. Feeding operations '
modem 3&00. Dr, JS. A, Bo sr h ,. ..a
tend to expand in areas pf rising
well, Box 297 Canal Point or*t the
feed production. This tendencyis
former Cli*\e I sh: Camp. on canal_
likely to result in a further shift
bank in Canal- Point.FUNKXISllEi .
ing of cattle populations within the

) HOUSE: Two bed. state with gains probable in north {

Tooms. living zoom: screened porch, central and western Florida '. I

kitchenandWiing room together. ., Our cattlemen are well aware of
bath. Call 7467. the fact that the quality of cattle

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i Paje our N i I The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday;,-January 5, 1962

: : Louisiana Sugar Growers To Visit Canal Point station

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start expected in January.The A group of Louisiana cane growers Flood Control To : which drains. into Lake Okeechobee. -
Haven Will I mill and refinery will be .
and processors will tour Florida I
housed in one ,building, two miles the week of January 8. They will Accept New: WorkWEST At the meeting Friday, the Board

Get NewsugarMill south.of Moore Haven on U. S.'27. observe cane harvesting and pro- will also hear a report on water

Both are anticipated to be in cessing, see the famous Canal PALM BEACH Four conditions throughout the 18 counties t

tion by Jan. 1, 1963. Qpera.-I Point Experiment Station, and visit large dams and spillways, built at of. the Flood Control District.

: And ,New Refinery The first season is other attractions in the Sunshine a cost of$1,222OOOill be presented G.

grind 135,000 tons of cane. Full State. CIRCLE
I to' the Governing Board of the MEETING
capacity planned is 399,000 tons of Sixty from the Louisiana
MOORE HAVEN GladesCounty's persons Central and Southern Florida Flood The lone Patterson Circle will
cane yearly, which reportedly will sugar industry made a similar trip'last
5.6 million hold its
proposed new monthly meeting Monday
of refined District for acceptance for
27,000 tons
produce An
January., equal or greater
dollar,sugar mill and,refinery, for operation and maintenance January 8, at 3:00 at the home of
sugar. Full capacity production is number is expected to make the at a
months doubtful Issue is Mrs. Frank O'Connell. Mrs. J. D.
: a ,
planned for the 1963-64 season. trip next month.Practically public meeting at 9:00 A. M., Friday -
now' a, certainty, a sugar growers I will at FeD headquarters in West Latham will be in charge of the
The mill reportedly employ all Louisiana cane
cooperative official said Saturday.A Palm Beach. program.
from 250 to 300 persons with an farmers will have completed har- I .
construction start has not -
annual mill and refinery payroll of vesting their cane by January 8. new water control structures
been. ,specifically set but shouldbe $500,000, plus another $1,200,000 The Florida harvest will continue are located on canals northwest of Lt. and Mrs. Eddie Stanley and

decided upon shortly, accordingto payroll for field workers during the into April. Lake Okeechobee. Two of them are daughters returned to their home

V.....R. (Bob) Beardsley, secretary four month production period each There is a real boom in the Florida on Indian Prairie Canal (C-40), in Louisiana Saturday after being I

of the Glades County Sugar year. sugar industry. New farmersare and two are on Harney Pond Canal the guests of their parents, Mr. and

Growers Co-operative Association, Other recent co-op activity in- getting into the business, new (C-41). The structures serve to regulate Mrs. Grady Echols of Canal Point

Inc.The cludes contractual agreements cane factories are under construction flow of water in the Lake and Mrs. Dorothy Stanley of Pa I

co-op was formed in September reached this week with manager- and old growers and processors Istokpoga-Indian Prairie watershed hokee for the Christmas holidays.
22 members and mill
with directors are increasing the size of their i
ial personnel. The co-op
construction plans -
announced Manuel Area a operations.At
Problems of finn ing delayed pro- Friday the Canal Point Experiment
r sress, with xrt- 'T-members finally Cuban exile formerly engaged In Station the Louisiana cane farm-

'pelting delivy of loan funds sugar production in Oriente pro- ers will see sugar cane breeding Thinking About Building
vince, will be general mill manager.
for cane planting this week, Beard- work in progress. Nearly all of the
Luis de Armas, another exiled for-
sley reported.The varieties which Louisiana has

5.6 million dollar sum covers mer Cuban sugar producer will be from resi- grown during the past 30 years 1 For Free Estimates, Call -
Camaguey province
mill and operating capital until were "born" at Canal Point.In I

sugar sales; receip 9 are available dent mill manager. 1957, the American SugarCane

according to Beard'.ley. Financingwas Engineering and construction League spearheaded an expansion WILEY TILLISGeneral

through the 3nnk of Co-opera- supervision for the mill and refinery of the cane breeding Work

tives, 'of Columbia. S. C., a divi- will be handled by Industrial at Canal Point. The experiment

sion of the federal Farm Credit Administration -I I Consultant and Management Co.. Station is now one of the leading Building ContractorBox

which will provide headed by John Scopetta Coral cane breeding stations in the world.
$3,000,000; Allis-Chalmers: farm I I Gables. The Louisiana sugar men will 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127

machinery manuf cturing firm i I The sugar co-op, comprised travel by chartered buses, leaving

"'xvhich is providing a $2,500,000'''mostly of Glades and 'neighboring New Orleans January 8 and return-

loan; with the rest :a be provided I'I'o Hendry County growers, and several -I ing January_. 13.Pahokee io.l..l. t I I lit :' : FI : I J I"I -! tit I-H- t I H"H.H"H: .I 11 j I I I I I I I i

hy co-op members. Cuban exiles, is headed by - -

Glowers will inve '. an additional Roger Weeks, of Moore Haven, as Baptists THEATRESPRINCE

$962,500, biased can estimated president with Frank Yaun, Moore

$175 an acre cost :"> prepare land Haven, vice president; Roy Lundy, (continued from-page 1) I

and cultivate the 5/00 acres- planned Moore Haven, treasurer, and Bob I I and their book will be "Exploring! LAKE DRIVE-IN.

for planting the. first year of., Beardsley, Clewiston, secretary. The New Testament." I Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

operation. i Named to ,the board of directors I! "Studies in Jeremiah" will be the, 0-

Members now hae 2,500 acres Friday was Charles P. Lykes, of Adult and Young, People book and """ -
planted, and will lant another Tampa, of the Lykes Bros, Inc., the Pastor, Rev. Guthrie Colvard \ -

3,000 acres soon after Jan. 1, cattle, shipping, and farming or- will be the Teacher. SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY SUNDAY -MONDAY-TUESDAY

Beardsley said. ganization. Lykes succeeds Ray On Sunday evening January 7th JANUARY 789AJTHUNDER

With financing no*',/ assured, bids Gantt, of Moore Haven who resigned the filmstrip "The Rebel Prophet"will "LADIES MAN?" \

will be called for on the mill and due to business conflicts, be shown to all above the Nursery cc

refinery at the earliest: moment, but who will take part in the activity Department. The public is extended S JERRY LE\\'IS ....
construction member and a welcome to all of these OF DRUMS" BAr '
Eeardsley said and 2. as a co-op grower.
I It sessions. I HELEN
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ber 27, to Laos where they will resume
-- their work as foreign mis-
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mullins of Miss Sammie Lee Lanham returned sionaries after their fur- S
spending Yours for Faster Service
Canal Point t.3! New Year
spent to her home in Miami Mon- lough at Toccoa, Ga. Their son,
weekend in Miami as quests of her day following a visit during the
Jimmy, will remain in Toccoa wherehe
cousin Mr. and Mrs. 1'hillip Prilla- holidays with her parents, Mr. and is a senior at Toccoa Falls Insti New York Florida
Mrs. G. L. Lanham.Mr. .
Gustafson the
man.Mr tute. Mrs. is daughter -
: and Mrs. Lonnle! Tillis and
and Mrs. Lee Jeffers of Do- of Mr. and J. D. Latham.
of Ft. : the Thru Route
daughters Myers were Express
Tillis than, Alabama, were the guests of
guests,of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley

New Year's Day. his mother, Mrs. Dennis L ..Friendof New Court Load

Mrs._ Lou Lombard :and daughters Pahokee during the past week. Lt
of Miami visited .r. and Mrs.
Shows An Increase S
J. H. Miller during the New Year's Misses Jean Kay Friend and
holidays. i Elinor Brackin of Pahokee and Albert

Hawk and Leland Waldron of
Mr. and Mrs. IIcia'3 McDonaldand The newly created MagistrateCourt
Okeechobee visited Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frink Bass of I in the Glades Office Building
B. Woodham and Mr. and Mrs. 1
Wauchula were among the out-of-I has been busier than was expected.
Loyd Brackin of Eagle Lake in .
town quests who attended the H. .rrwrr..www.m .rv"m.u. Mtfri'fh'pr+ {
Stuart last Sunday afternoon.Mrs. since it went into operation six I!
M. McIntosh funeral Tuesday aft months ago, according to Judge '

ernoon. R. B. Chastin. Jr.. and James L. Tyson, Jr. '\

,: Mr..and Mrs. Corb'n returned daughter Debbie of Homestead The new court, during the month :....:.i.I.i.j.

Tue*>day night to their: homey in visited her parents; : ,Mr. and Mrs of.December handled 238 cases j

Ft. Myers after beir< called here: J.T. Platband' )' Judy during.the past 0 'which represented the heaviest
'because of the sudden d'of Mrs. week. month since the court was created

Corbin's brother-in-law. H. M. "{c- During the six months of operation
Capt. and Mrs. A. W. Schell, Jr.,
lntosh.Reppird. v Judge Tyson said, 1,273 cases have .
1 and daughter Connie of Cape Ca- ,
: Cowart wa;. loved from! naveral visited her parents Mr. and II been handled. ,__ +' <<,., >!..., O' '." < # ./;;; :
The Everglades Memor il Hospital I There is no way to tell how many
Mrs. J. T Platt this past weekend.
Good Samaritan' thousands of miles in driving and
Tuesday to ,the Sell
Capt. is being transferred to
Hospital in West Palm Beach for I hours of time have been saved for
Turkey and Mrs. Schell and Connie TRAILWAYS
'tests and treatment.Mrs. the people of the western half of
will move to Baltimore while Capt.
Palm Beach who have used
Ed Forbes and .Irs. Fritzl county,
Schell is stationed in Turkey.Mr. .
'I this court instead of driving the 45 travel earthFastest
Irler of.West Palm Beach were the easiest on
miles the court house in West
weekend guests of Mrs. J. W.Bar- and Mrs. Chandler McIlwain to

-rett. They attended the funeral of of Ft. Lauderdale 0 were the holidayguests Palm Beach. bus service between New York and Miami, .

Mr. Fred Hand Saturday afternoon of their parents, Mr. and serving central Florida points and Jacksonville. New

: .: Mrs. E. F. Mcllwain of Pahokee. VISIT IN CANAL POINTDr. restroom,-equipped bus fleet. .
and Mrs. H. T. Lawson and i
Mrs. Anderson of Register Ga., Mrs. Donna Mae Shields of Wau,
children, Jane, Joe and Douglas of From Canal Point to: 1-way From Canal Point to: 1-way
"is the guest of her daughter and chula is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. F,. West Palm Beach were the out '
NEW $36.90
"family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watson, Mcllwain this week. I
town Sunday buffet supper guests I III The only Thru service 4 Thru trips dally !
:for several weeks. ,.0 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Mrs W. S. Evans returned: to her Mrs. Fred Hand has returned tc Scruggs in Canal Point. Local WASHINGTON $33.20 ORLANDO $ 3.75 .
her home after being a patient ir: j
Wednesday night The only Thru service 4 Thru trips daily
home, following
guests Mrs. J. S. Harrington

the Everglades Memorial Hospital:! (plus tax) (plus tax) .
her: holiday visit with her !daughter for several days. Sr., Mrs. Donald Harringtonand 1
and children in Ft. Worth, Texas.E. children, Jeffery, Allen and For Information Please Call .-

F. McIlwain is 'a r itient at Col. W. S. Evans was the Christmas Laura Tarr also young son, David CANAL POINT SPORT SHOP

the Good Samaritan Ka-pital ,on weekend guest of his daughtei D. Harrington all of Port :Mayaca; :,;." $

'West.Palm Beach when 1.;e underwent and her family, Dr. and Mrs. FrankHandley Gaulden Harrington and Horace].I _. M. C. Carter, Agent Phone. 7787" oOA.' ..._ I

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1 I,Christian Science IN TIlE' CIRCUIT.. COURT OF .\,
ifIIE. r'fii fEfIiIC1AL S .

How children can be early taughtto
understand and love God will I
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be brought out at Christian Sci- I
Shirley Ann Willis, :
ence services Sunday. I

The welcome given children by Plaintiff :
vs. :
I Christ Jesus, described in the Gospel Lanier S. Willis, :

of Luke (18), is among the Defendant :
I Scriptural selections to be read in
the Lesson-Sermon entitled "God"
First Methodist Canal Point The | "And they brought unto him also To.: Lanier c-o IsaacVillis S. Willis

infants, that he would touch them
Church Pahokee ChurchRev. :
Baptist Canal Route 1
but when his disciples saw it, they Vidalia Georgia

Rev. T. C. O'Steen Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Robert rebuked them. But Jesus called You are hereby notified that

SUNDAY: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: them unto him, and said. Suffer Shirley Ann Willis has filed a Bill

9:45 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. little children to come unto me. and of Complaint against you for divorce -
11:00 m.-MornIng forbid them not for of such is the I
a. Wowblp 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. : and you are required to serve
6:45 p. .-MYF 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. 6:30 kingdom of God. I
p. a copy of your answer to the com-
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship' 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship 7:80 p. One of the correlative citations tube plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney

TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: read from "Science and Health Thadd Whidden, P. O. Box 705 Pa-
.' 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. 3:15 m. with to the
p. Key Scriptures" by
:\ ticeWEDNESDAY .. .. hokee, Florida and file the original
TUESDAY: Mary Baker Eddy states: "Jesus answer in the office of the Clerk of

: 7:45 : Church Of God, 8:00 p. m loved little children because of their the Circuit Court of Palm Beach
m.-Mid-week devotions
freedom from wrong and their receptiveness County, Florida, on or before the
8:30 m. -Senior Choir
p. prac- Barfield.Highway 2nd .{
of, right. While age is 1962 if
Uca.Canal i 5th day of February, ; you
Pahokee, Fla.J. 7:30 p. QJ. halting between two opinions or fail so to do, judgment by default
battling with false beliefs, youth will be taken for the
W. Hughes, :Minister
Point First 7:30
Phone 3736 p. m. makes easy and rapid strides towards relief demanded in the complaint.

Baptist ChurchElder SUNDAY.: c.-, .-Truth" -(p.- .236). DATED this 3rd day of January,

E.Barfield 11:00 9:45"a.a.m.m.-Sunday-Morning Worship School CLASSIFIED ADSPAY I I J. ALEX ARNETTE
BIG DIVIDENDS Clerk of Circuit CourtCircuit
SUNDAY: 7:30
p. m. -Evangelistic Ser Mrs. C.
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School viceTUESDAY ( Court Seal)
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship was the I By Thaddie P. Plan
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service Mrs. Paul I I Deputy Clerk

8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship THURSDAY: guest, Mrs. Thadd Whidden
Mr. and : for Plaintiff
WEDNDESDAY: 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ I
., 7:30 p. nx-Midweek Prayer. Service. hokee were : Pahokee, Florida
or (UjRlITV
Service Mrs. Bill Publish: Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26, 1962.

2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: I" BooO--: in Brandon

7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary Sugar son.Mr.
Meeting. I and ,
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been grown here to some extent for
First Baptist 30 years-will have expanded from of Mr.and :
nal Point.
40,000 acres to 200,000. The ton- Rev. and Monday Cattle Sales.
Church Pahokee .
nage of cane will jump this year to children of

Guthrie W. Colvard, Minister I% 2.1 million' from 1.6 million last guests of Mr.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. year. Next year, the cane tonnage I er Thursday.Mrs. : l Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market

Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. could hit a multi-million figure. I C. R. which is owned and operated by more than 120

Training Union '- 6:30 p. m. Seven new crushing mills are going I returned to Florida Gn ttJ eJll en.
Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. in-two are new from the i erdale after

Wednesday Prayer ground up.. and Mrs. C. You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here

.. Service 7:30 p. m: One is the $15 million 'I of Pahokee.
at this Market. We make an effort at all times to give
A warm welcome to all. S. Sugar Corp., Bryant, on the east Mrs. W.
an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us [!
shore of Lake,Okeechobee just east to her home '

The Church 'Of God of Canal Point the other is the I band in ffi"I a trial. j jiJ

Sugar Cane Growers' Co-op mill at the I
Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Belle Glade, an investment of'$13.5 water,

million. The other mills are being Buddy SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. ;
Point Road assembled from surplus machinery studies at
John H. Kinard pastor f ray
brought from Louisiana and Puerto
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School holidays a
11:00 a. m.-Preaching1 Service I Mrs. J. P. Glades Livestock Market
7:45 p. Evangelistic ,Service George Salley, a Miami attorneywho Johnnie I IiJ
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8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.: I[. B. ville
Everyone welcome. Special xnusio .create 1,000 to 1,500 well paid year holidays with Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

and eiriging.St round jobs and 5,000 to 6,000 sea Mrs. R. T. Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, :Manager

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Cuba's sugar plantations, the Flor- i. have resuin '
Peter's "ran ida sugar bowl is highly mechan- University '

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special variety of'cane ,early their parents. J.: .

August Koerber,Pastor maturing with high sucrose content Sellers. '6Y '

601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade and a_strong resistance- to frost- Miss Cindy SAVE 10tht
SUNDAY: which hits, the Everglades often to F.S.U. THE
DIvine Services A. M. enough to.cause concern =- is an- spending the .r.

School 9:45 A. M. other reason for the Florida sugar her parents,
---a .e'.. expansion. Friend.
There is ,a large element of Kenneth EARN 1St
St. Mary's Catholic
_I gamble in the Florida sugar,boom. studies at H ; ; THE '.

Church In common with the cane'plantersof : alter being
Louisiana and other states and I ents, :Mr. and H. .4 '
Father Francis Fennech Pastor '
of Pahokee
the western sugar beet growers .
Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. : {i
the Cuban refugee planters and :
Confessions before Mass. '4'1
Dr. and : %
%1 their American backers are depend- children : ; S ::3t!
ing en Congress to again enlarge "
Atlanta .. 4
Holy Nativity .
; p the domestic sugarquotas! when the ANTICIPATED l '
guests y,
present sugar act, which expires In
Episcopal Church Mrs. J. L. # RATE ,).:
June, is rewritten. 1 -+
Pahokee I for the New 4 '
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Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar :Lowly poster Gains to her home :
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SUNDAY: :Its-lPIace'IiI SimTALLAHASSEE after .
10 a. m.-Sunday School I Mr. and Mrs. .
ell a. m.Worship Service Point. TRY OUR CONVENIENT ''
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I oyster is finding its place in the Homer
The Pahokee ChurchOf Florida sun, and off-shore waters. at Fort 'SA VEBYlIAIL'SERVICE

II The total. oyster catch in Florida to his,post
The Nazarene
this year could pass the three million his parents
pound mark, Conservation Di- tham, for th fA i S
P. O. BOX 548
Rev. Max
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j duction for the first 10 months of and son '
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 WYman 6-2067 \ J Ja
SUNDAY SERVICES: tiiis year were about 177,000 pounds home in Da 1
9:45 higher than the total 12 monthsof "their visit \
a. m.-Sunday
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. last year. Shirley

:. 6:30 p. m.-Junior*. Hodges says there are 10 more days.Mr.
7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening certified oyster packing and ship- : and pVergladcs Federal
&! Evangelistic Service. ping establishments than a year daughter .
WEDNESDAY: ago in Florida. A total of 75 ship- their home in : j

!' 7:30 p. m.- .Cdwe k Prayer' pers are able to produce along the the holidays SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION

: ,"1 1 meeting. coast. and Mrs. E. : J
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