The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00111
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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; Beans And Sweet Corn Prices I Pahokee Lions Honor Charter Members .1 Dairy Show Wins !

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Are At A Profitable StageGlades w w The District Dairy Show held in !

connection with the Palm Beach i

who have sweet, County Fair was a success, accord- ,
corn ready growers for the northern mark-I Tag Sales Spurt, ing to Raleigh Griffis, assistant I

ets this week are ."getting well:' Only] Few Days LeftTag county agricultural agent. I
The delectable offering is bringing Several' Glades boys and girls I

$3.75 per crate in the Glades and sales at the Glades Office won prizes' in the dairy show and \
this shows nice for they'are' '.1/sted below: i
a profit Building spurted 'a little bit this
Registered Ayrshire, Grand !
the grower. week, according to Mrs. G. C.
Prices on green snap beans have I j Young who operates the office for Champion Teddy McCall, Canal I

been on the rise fpr the past few Bounty Tax Collector Stetson 0 x Point. I

day This week fancy beans were I I Sproul. The deadline is February Registered Ayrshire, Reserved I
being bought from the grower at a 20 and after that date the Highway Champion Mike McCall, Canal

price range of $3.25 to $3.50 and Patrol will be looking for folks with II .....-".. '<<<-"'.'" Point. I
this too allows FRA-.I Brown Swiss-Registered, Grand
price, the growera old tags."Founder's I' DAVE JERRY SPIDER LYNN
,nice profit. --,- --- I I Champion Jane Wierengo, Belle ;

Celery, produced in great quantity In a special meeting of the Paho --- Glade, I

in the Glades, is beginning to Day" Is kee Lions Club held in the Community >'.".;,'.' Registered Dutch Belted, Grand
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bring a price profitable to the Building at Canal Point I! : Champion Susan Bitting, Canal

1 growers. Peppers are bringing Discussed By PTA last week the charter members of I j Yr Point. .
Dutch Belted, Reserved
around $5.00. the Club were paid special tribute.J Registered -
On Monday of this week there i Charter members thusly honored Champion Oren Bitting, Ca- \

were shipments equaling 161 cars The regular monthly meeting of were: Dave Cunningham, Jerry I nal Point.
out of the Glades. Of this total) the Canal Point PTA was held I Gold, of Pahokee; Spider Lind- Registered Dutch Belted, Red
there were four beans, 18 cabbage, Monday night at the.Cafetorium of rose of Belle Glade, Lynn Shirleyand ribbons on 2 entries Peggy Bit-
10 corn, 71. celery and the balance Canal Point school with Mrs. W. E.t Frank Rozelle of Pahokee.' ting:, Canal Point.Rgeistered .

t was made up of leafy vegetable, McCall, president, presiding. Mrs. Lynn is now a member of the Holstein, Grand
potatoes and radishes. W..E. Blackwell gave the devotion I Pahokee Rotary club and Spider is Champion Harold Price, West f
Shipments up through ,Monday following the salute ,to the flag.G. I p. member of the Belle Glade Lions.Baked I 4W Palm Beach. f
fi. of this week 'were a little behind II L. Lanham reported .on the Registered Holstein, Reserved '
last I I Joe Lesser, West Palm Beach .attorney Champion James W. Walker ,
.t- ,year's total of 9,076 to,this, progress being made in the setting )
;, ; 'date.:So'far"this season :'through! 'Up: of an official Civil Defense Unit:I Goods RateHighAtTheFair and Immediate- past PI"CSi.j'' West JIollywood. -- -r-.
Monday there have been only 8,755! for Canal Point. Mrs. Charles I dent of the West Palm Registered Holstein, Blue ribbon ,
r cars sent to the frigid climes of the Stewart's room was. winner of the : r Downtown Lions Club, in observ- --Kandi McCall,. Canal Point.
northland. room count. i ance of Founders Month, spoke on GRADE CLASSES ..-"

.-- "Founder's Day" was discussed I I the founding of Lionism and its Grade Brown Swiss, Grand
by Mrs. Stewart, who told of the There were 163 baked goods exhibited 1 istory. James W. Vann, past president Champion Nancy Wierengo,
Blue Ribbons the Palm Beach of the Pahokee Club, was I Belle Glade.
Many organization of PTA and the valu- this year at
included master of ceremonies. Mr. Lesseris Grade Jersey, Grand Champion
able work it has done through the County Fair. Entries .
years. Hen talk was followed by the I cakes, cookies, muffins, biscuits, shown in the middle with Club Wanda Webb, Canal Point.
Won By 4-H GirlsCanal President Brooks Henderson on the Grade Jersey, Red ribbon Allen -
reading of an article from Parent-! rolls and yeast breads. Baked goods .
left: and Lion Jimmy Vann on the Webb, Canal Point.
Teachers Magazine by Floyd Erick- j exhibits judges were: Mrs. E. Crow'ley
Point 4-H Club Girls did I I West Palm Beach Mrs. Wm.I right.Dr.JessMoodjTwill. Grade Jersey, Red ribbon -
son.The group voted to help the I I II I Hearn; Belle Glade: Mrs. Robert Junior Davidson; Clewiston.
exceptionally well with their var- Grade ribbon'
Guernsey, Red -
teachers buy four'pictures The Dedlow, Jupiter: Mrs. C. Johnson,
ious exhibits at the Palm Beach I I I Larry Webb, Canal Point
Four Freedoms-to be placed in I II West Palm Beach: Mrs. F. Walker,
County Fair this year and won I the office at the school and also to!I I West Palm Beach: and Mrs. L. Grade Guernsey, Blue ribbon-
many prize ribbons.In I l be used in the classrooms. i Morse, Lake Worth. Junior leaders Speak In PahokeeDr. Allan'Webb, Canal Point.
the demonstrations of dairy I During the refreshment period a. who helped with the judging were: I Grade Guernsey, Red ribbon -
foods, one team composed of Lodus beautiful "Founder's Day" Cake I Janetfe Harrington, Canal Point: I John Kidder, Belle Glade.
Gray and Peggy Bitting won a blue was served by Mrs. Faye Ursry-and j Carol Madison, Lake Worth: Karla Jess Moody, Pastor of the Grade Guernsey, Red ribbon -

ribbon. In entomology with an .individual Mrs. Roland Holt. ,, Mansfield, .South Bay and Nancy First Baptist Church of West Roger Harrell,_Bean City. .
Palm Beach, and Chairman of ---
exhibit & -
Nancy Harringtonwon I I Briggs Lake Worth.
a blue ribbon. The 4-H girls participated in the Evangelism for the Palm Lake Road Gets
Civil Defense I, l Airport
Awards will be announced later I Dress Revue at the Fair. It was Baptist Association, will be the I
in the dress revue in which Patrice I l I held in the Auditorium tent. Many Speaker at the Brotherhood Meet .
..._ _' Hoyle, Lillian Sims and Sandra Meeting MondayThere # I green ,and white 4-H outfits were. ing of the First Baptist Church of New Asphalt Cover
c :':- ...f Jackson modeled blouses and skirts modeled'Most of the girls were 10 on Thursday, February15th
i they made in their first year-of 11 and 12 'years of age. Skirts at 7:00 p. m. This will be a
en-st-I 'j'supper meeting and the program Contractors have completed the
< sewing. will be a Civil' De blouses:'dresseS and sports outfits
,,':'f'-i Nancy .Harrington, .modeled a meeting of the-local unit on' next were -modeled.. Janette Harringtonof willollovr the .evening meal. levelling course on Airport Road
.-'.:.. skirt and showed,a shirt she made 8:15'following I Canal Point was the commentator Mitchell Kirk, President of the"loca north of Belle'Glade:for a distanceof
'- Monday night at the !
Brotherhood, is urging all the
for and which modeled hex '
was by for the Dress Revue. She is a miles ,
two according to County
..;, brother, Ross. meeting of the Lions Club in the Junior Leader with a group in Ca- men of the church to plan to be at t r'Paul ..
in Canal this important meeting. All Commissioner Rardin, under
Peggy Bitting and Lodus Gray Community Building nal Point. very
whose direction the work is being
men are asked to call the church
each modeled a school dress they Point. The meeting announcementwas Ross Harrington, a 4-H boy, mod-
done Dixie Asphalt Company of
office and make reservations for
made in their second year of sew- made by G. L. Lanham, local eled a shirt made by his sister the,meal. West ;:Palm Beach. was low bidderon
ing.In unit director. Mr. Lanham said:: Nancy. Nancy made a dress to the job.
the baked goods division the that Col. Ellis Altman, civil defense wear for the Dress Revue. The contract calls for the levell
following prizes were awarded: Jack Pope Suffers
director for Palm Beach -- I ing course of plant mixed asphalt
Chocolate Pound Cake, Nancy county,'will be in attendance at the
to 30
From Heart AttackAnnual set for days and take the
Harrington T- Red Ribbon; Yeast
Bread Janette Harrington Blue meeting. ..... Rotarians Will I traffic hammering'before the final
L. (Jack) Pope of Ca- finish course is put on. Heavy'con
.Ribbon; Yeast Rolls, Janette Har Leadership School nal Point is in Everglades Memorial crete trucks have been helping to
Ribbon White Cake, Honor The LadiesMembers
; hospital in Pahokee where he has beat the'asphalt into the holes and
Ribbon Biscuits Scheduled Feb. 11-15 I
Gray-Red ; ,
been since last Friday suffering engineers believe that it is a good
Lodus GraY-White Ribbon; Choc- from a heart attack. Mr. Pope was I idea to wait 30 days before complet-
olate Chip :Cookies Lodus Gray Beginning on February 11 and of the Pahokee Rotary stricken while he and Grady. Boyn- .ing the road,
White Ribbon: Sugar Cookies, Peggy lasting for 'five days a leadership Club will hold their'Annual Ladies ton of Canal Point were fishing The $13,000,000.00 new sugar mill
Bitting-White Ribbon. school for Christian workers and Night program at the Community at Salerno. of the Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative -
Janette Harrington of Canal parents in the Lake Okeechobeearea Building in Canal Point on Thursday 'FOllowing the attack Mr. Boynton of Florida is located on Air- I
Point was the narrator for the will be held at the Pahokee Night, March 1, according to rushed Mr. Pope to the hospital port Road'which was built a few
-dress revue and one of the judgesfor First Methodist Church The teach- R. O. Lamps, president of the club. in Stuaitwhere he'was'given emergency years ago:by the county under Mr.
the baked goods and demon- ,ing)staff. will include four teachers President Lamp said that an Interesting 'treatment' before being Rardin's direction..
strations.As from out of town. All interested- in program is being arranged transferred to* the-Tahokee hospitaL mm 9 .!

a club exhibit the "Sew Your teaching' the Bible, either in the one that will be appreciated and He is getting along as well Mrs. Lester Hand was a'guest''of
Way Through 4-H".won- a red rib classroom or at home,.are invited to enjoyed 'by the Ladles who are to as cad be expected, so relatives her sister and family in Miami Sunday

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-Page_Two., The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, February 9.1962


I First Aid Courses I: British Officers I I Sweetheart Banquet

Will Start Feb.. 13 Scheduled, Feb. 13th

Get Citrus Boxes
At the regulcr monthly meetingof The annual Sweetheart Banquet

the Canal Point PTA, Mrs. W. sponsored by the Intermediate
E.. McCall president announced LAKELAND Governor Farris Sunday School will be held on Tues-

that the Red Cross First Aid Bryant has sent fancy boxes of day, February 13th at 7:00 p. m. in
Course will begin Tuesday Febru-I Florida citrus to three British of- Fellowship Hall of the First Bap-

ary 13, at Canal Point School. The ficials to show them what they are tist Church Pahokee Florida..
meeting is scheduled for 3 p. m. in missing in discriminating against ..
the cafetorium. The public 'is cord- import of Florida citrus and citrus: Altar Society To

ially invited to attend these meetings products.The .
which will be directed by Ed- boxes left Miami on Sunday, Sponsor Card BenefitThe

win Jenckes of West Palm Beach. Jan. 28, and arrived in London the
The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida next day. They were flown gratis St. Mary Altar Society will

Bob Apelgren On by Cunard Eagle Airways and a sponsor a Benefit Card party at the
representative of the Florida Community Building in Canal

Visit To ConnecticutBob I Citrus Commission personally delivered Point on Friday evening, February
THE EVERGLADES NEWS --.L.- I the packages. 23./The public is invited to attend.

Apelgren left !j The packages were sent to the Several prizes will be awarded
the Lake Okeechobee Wednesdays
Serving Farming Region Without
for Hartford, Conn., by plane where Hon. Fred Burden, member of the during the evening. Refreshmentswill
terruptlon Every Week'for More Than 30 Years he will visit his relatives for a few I British House of Commons; Dr. and I be served. 'Donations of $1.00

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday days before returning to New York j I:Mrs. Williams, executive secretary will be received. Players may makeup

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe where he will attend to business1!j of the Rhodes Trust at the University their own tables of play.
before returning to his home in Pa- of Oxford; and Mr. and Mrs. --- .. -
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn hokee. Mr. Apelgren is vice presi Harold Bambcrg, chairman of Cun- Directors Of Farm
Canal Point Florida as Second Class Matter I dent of the Sugar Cane Growers ard Eagle Airways.

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Cooperative of Florida with a new Actually, Governor Bryant has Bureau Meet Feb. 13
$13,000,000.00 sugar mill being I extended the hand of friendshipto

Karen Reed Will erected on Airport Road at Belle' the trio for their assistance Members of the Board of Directors -
Missionaries On
I Glade. when he was in England 'last fall, will hold a meeting at the Community .
Go To Scout MeetingMiss trying to < convince the British Building in Canal Point on

Their Way To Laos I HEAR EVANGELISTRev. i I Board of Trade to ease discrimin-. Tuesday February 13, accordingto
Karen Reed, 16, daughterof etion against export of Florid an official of the organization.The .

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Reed of and Mrs. C. D. Stewart and citrus to. that countiy. meeting is scheduled for 8 p.. m. I
Word has been received by Mr. Pahokee a Senior Girl Scout, is one Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie ,Colvard attended - ... I
of the Evangelistic of TO ATTEND FAIR Miss Dorothy of Ft.
16 Collins
and Mrs. J. D. Latham of the safe the finalists selected by the Meeting
Palm Glades Girl Scout Council as the Palm Lake Association supper :Members of Pahokee Boy Scout Lauderdale was the weekend guest
arrival of their children. Mr. and
delegates and alternates to the National at Northwood Baptist Church Fri- Troop 628 are making plans for a Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brooks Elar-
Mrs. Ed Gustafson at Bangkok. Senior Girl Scout .Roundupat day night. Dr. Paul Meigs of Jacksonville group visit to the Florida State bee of Pahokee. Mrs. Elarbee and

Thailand on January 31. From the Rockwood National Girl I State Evangelistic Leader Fair in Tampa the weekend. of Feb. Miss Collins were sorority sistersat

there they will travel by land to Scout Camp, Bethesda, Md., next was the guest speaker. I 9-11. F. S. U. in Tallahassee.

Laos where they plan to begin July. ... ... ,
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March 1. They have been in the five and a half years. She is engaged -
United States on furlough for several in various Scouting projects to I

months. earn points for aide bars. She as-
sisted Mrs. Helen Jean
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ing of camping techniques and knot .
Classified AdsFOR tying and has started working at .>:
the Pahokee
Elementary School $ k
Library assisting with the improvement j "
UE.4T-Rooms. Lucky Star of the library's file
\ ,Dude Ranch Phone 9480. J12ch system. She is also i ,
active in fT: 7' j1 t
church work at the local Episcopal ___
SUGAR BOOM 'is sure to hit. If I
you have a spare room or two for
\ rent why not place an ad in this '.: ..
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call and $L00 will get the job done. Over-First HurdleIn Y. .'.:. .:. < :: .:.,' ":' !

HOMES FOR SALE: 'Two New .. yh .

, Greenstar Homes Open Avenue and, Pahokee For Sa1 Fla.(;. Boca IT.: DriveFirst ; :j:'

Henry and Jon Merkel Construction

Company. Dec 29-J26ch hurdle in the campaign toI I /

-ROOMS ARE NEEDED almost raise $500,000 for the new University ,.:'.....

daily. If you advertise in this at Boca Raton was cleared today .:. ,
classified column folks will know it is reported by C. Robert 'y
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where to find that spare room. Burns campaign chairman.R. L. '4y sus: j. tl
Send $1.00 and copy for your ad toThte ,
D. (Dick) Hill, West Palm
Everglades News Canal Point
Fla. Beach, chairman of the memorialand I

special gifts division, and
LAND FOR RENT in warm zone
William H. Hallman Boca Raton "
near the lake. Phone Hub Spooner *
area chairman, reported that a v
Pahokee 7128. tf
total of $98,225 in cash gifts and -
FOR SALE: New and used Willys pledges had been made to date. It is

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage anticipated that additional cash' : A era t. j
In Belle Glade. Phone 3058. gifts to bring the total of funds .)n .
Oct. 17-51-ch : hand to $87,000 will be made by
( February 15. : khf )
This means, Burns said that the ,
advance? Well don't be going
way will then be clear for architects tI
off on any trips until .you send, us .
to draw up the final working tt
our $2.00. The hunting season is at for t
plans actual.construction: of the
hand. It will take only the price of first 1 1l'
, buildings on the 1,000aciecampus
half box of shells to ybur I
a pay up
I in Boca Raton. '
subscription. Send along that clfcclf This .
however, Burns

Box today AA to Canal The Everglades Point, Fla. News, -pointed the amount out needed"is only to; one-fifth open the of __ .. '. '.'.".,"",,,;.' .,"."'-2':.',.,'' .,.. Ti j ,.I

WANTED: : White woman ,to live r University on schedule in Septem- II I
ber of 1964 thus avoiding a possible I
in and care for elderly woman.
Light duties, room and board furn I two-year delay."Between I I
ished. Good pay. Call 7870 .Canal! .now and the end'of I Here comes a man E
March we need funds to pay sal-
,Point. F2pd.1 I I
aries to a University president, a .
UNFURNISHED 2 ,BEDROOM I minimum corps of faculty; and ad- who is always on call to help

house for rent. ,1mileflo4h of ministrative personnel and secretarial -

Canal Point. Call C.-. T, Santee, at staff" he said. you =get .the most from your telephone service .

'-4071 for further information.Feb Burns immediately dispatched a ,,
,2 tf report to Governor Farris Bryant. '

It was at the Governor's request Highly'trained in the specialized His services, which could mean low- .
FIRST TDIE OFFERED ,that the campaign for: public subscriptions communications needs of businesses er operating costs and higher profits
Earn Aip to $300.00 a month for the University was .
your spare time, servicing: your I launched.In such as yours, this Southern Bell for you, are available without

own Hershey Candy.route.No.sell-' his telegram to the.Governor Communications Consultant will cost or obligation. ,Simply call; the

.ing-or soliciting. Burns predicted, "The people'of the help you. telephone business ,office, ask for I
.Responsible manor woman wanted. Boca.Raton,area alone will con Communications Consultant.
..:to collect from and refill from,, our tribute at least $150,000 to the new yo
plan efficient service for all
.new Hershey Vendors k in this area. Car 8 hrs.. :a week dence that other residents of the your communications requirements .

.spare time and $895.00 minimum Palm ,Beach Broward Dadecommunity'will <) . get the best ibieuseoutof.Southern.\ BellI" ;
..investmentrequired. ; more than carry .. > .
Write, giving 'reference..adphone their-share in.,contributing:.to your,, J' .,:your present telephone equipment .... .._tJJd 1M FiG

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sra A: With Series E Bonds, the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds, at 75% of face value and the ..V.. i f
$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide 4- I
income for living expenses, while E Bonds build a
r Your savings increase faster, because Bonds !
4$ '\ mature in just 7 9 months. nest egg for. the future. That. 's why many retired <:* i
: \ years : H Bonds and families saving for, a.child's .-
4,t-' With Series H Bonds, the 10 year maturity period peppleihold! say :- !
education E
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-.i .. stays the same but more interest is paid you each <*
4. ; six months. With both E and H Bonds the new rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series E and series < 1

<". .' 91 works out to-2 '2%,for the first year and a half; then H.Bonds? '. 4* ,

.t ..: a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. A: E Bonds: $25 (cost$18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $1.00 "> I
;: Q: When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75,00), $200 (cost $150.00), $500- !
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Q: Does the new rate change the Bonds I bought be I
4 .' H Bonds: $500, $1,000, $5000* and $10,000. They' jo
f. fore June 1,1959? are.priced at.face value. *
t: Jl:All older E?arid H Bonds.pay.more now-an extra <: s:
.'. "'_''''' .' .' h% :from now on,when,held to maturi The Jin- Q:How safe are U.S. Savings Bonds.? :\1,t. : ':..} }', -r4:
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1 the cash value of your Bonds. will.*not drop, that it .:
Q Will the Bonds I. their -
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.f'. rate? Q:What if my Bonds should be lost, stolen or da .
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4'S.T' .-" ".'.I,A. your Bonds.. A: You can't.lose/Every Bond purchased.is recorded 4""f 4.
> :u Q: When my E Bonds mature, will they keep on earning by the Treasury. If anything "happens to your ;>

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," Paure1otIft The'Everglades News.. Canal Point Florida .. Friday,February 9I 1962-

" : Nine PHS Students I Home Demonstration'Cluf Formed:--

Make Straight AW The Pahokee Canal Point AreaPalm

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;.. via> Jane from Miami Sunday to her home in Coral Gables School came up with all "As" for clubs won twelve blue the "Let Freedom Ring"

nig 4l for a visit with their son, after being the house guest of Mr. the third six weeks period. They ribbons for their fair exhibits Jan-" display.Mrs. .

.Netly 1 who is stationed at an air and Mrs. Ray Singletary.Mr. ere: i uary 31. Miss Mary Todd, Home W. R. Simrell arranged the

t basftfcear Houston Texas. They and Mrs. R.J. Schroder spent John Hundley I Demonstration Agent announcedthe colorful array of fruit and vegetables -

will. e accompanied home by Neely Saturday in Miami where Mrs. Rebecca :MackeyIn awards, congratulated each 01 I for the' Military Trail club

t.111E'weekend. Schroder went for a check-up with the 11th grade. Wayne. the clubs for their excellent dis "For Better Health Eat Nutritious
4- ton and Linda Woofter were Boyn-I and said that each club \\1111 Foods" was stressed. Mrs. B.
C William S. Evans, ;Jr., has returned her eye specialist. Reports are that plays
same with all receive prizes of $30.00 for Hornsby showed how the homemaker
, Co his home in Lexington Ken- everything is normal and her con- category
in the 10th grade Jane Plumer had their exhibits. Mrs. Joseph Kind holds the, strings to better liv-
tuctrY!; after a two weeks visit with dition is improving after recent eye ,
the same, in her Aands' in the'idea she
ranking. served Fair Chairman this
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Mrs. W. S.
Col. and surgery.
his parents, presented'for'the
, Evans.. In the 8th grade there were four helping the clubs to plan and or-I Lake Osborn club.
Hiram Carpenter has returnedto with the high honors: Ted Butler, ganize their efforts. The central figure was a manne

Irs Ollie Adams visited Mr and his,home in Conway Arkansas Glenda Crews, Keith Padgett. and The Four Points Club featured quin dressed i n a blue shirtwajst

, Mrdf'"Steve Stevenson and ;grand- after a.visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dan. Calvin Spooner Jr. "Planning Ahead for Survival"I,I dress h .l ingjsb ngs radiating to
\ Pam in West Palm Carpenter of Pahokee. In the honorable'mention* list neededfor five small tables. On each of the
showing,food and supplies I
daJ,1\ter. the past,weekend. with "B" or better came the follow- tables were items related to some
Mr. and ,Mrs. James Latham of a two weeks' period in a fali- I .
ing students: I i phase of homemaking cooking. .
to her Cocoa were the Sunday guests of out shelter. Mrs. H. Neilsen directed
M2ss Billie Hand returned I
12th Grade: Robert Boe Paula sewing, gardening, ironing and
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. plans for the exhibit. "Home is
h Wednesday after being a'pa- Collier, Rebecca Grimes, Jimmie I cleaning.The .
tieijivfror several days at the.Good Gamble of Pahokee, and Mr. and Jackson, Patricia Keene .Bonnilu the Key to Better Living" was depicted -I I steps in furniture refinishing -
Palm Mrs. J. D. Latham of Canal Point. by the Homemakers with a.
in West
Samaritan 'Hospital Beach's
Lair, Linda Livingston, Sue Sher- Ii I were shown by Delray
Beach1. They were accompanied home by small scale-model home, complete '
Your Discards Clamorous" '
idan, Evelyn Stacy, Yvonne Thompson -
**< their small daughter, Sheila, who i with lighted fireplace, and miniature t
Mrs. O. D. Waite worked out theidea.
Katherine Young and Janette
Mr,:and Mrs. L.M. Collins; Mrs. has been visiting her'grandparents, furniture. Mrs. J. L. Faulkner Mrs. C. Dickerson and Mrs. V. '\
H. (Mj; McIntosh and Miss -,;Julia and Mrs. for several Harrington. I ,
Mr. Gamble... and Mrs. Mary Willis created and '
ilth Rickard of the West Palm Beach
visiting at Grade: Linda Jean Adams,
Matifls spent Sunday fet the display. "How Do You
Camjvfcanaveral.iSrVand Maya Ruth Colvard, Ernest Pittman, : Jup Club created a tropical scene show- i
Mrs. Anderson of Register, Geor- Douglas Potter, Connie Singletary Shape Up?" was the Palm Springs ing the many products made from .

Mrs. Edward Cowart and. gia is a patient in the Everglades Jimmie Vandegrift, Michael Wat- theme. A penal. mirror and a pairof the palm. |;
daughter' T Rebecca, have moved to Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Anderson!I kins, Velma Williams, Amy Young. scales gave fair goers.an oppor- Palm Beach County's progress :t

theff hew home at Boynton Beach.' is the mother of.Mrs. Paul Watson.|I II 10th Grade: Bruce Boynton, tunity to check their weight and from 1912 until today was shown '.. '
: themselves at the time.
see same I through a pictorial record of the .
Wilma Robert
Mr.:' owart is in the construction I Tommy Cooper
" bustrtess.iJ Mrs. Harvey Batchelor returned i Ito Culberson, Carol Hatton, Dianne Literature on weight control could: county yesterday and today. Mrs. \
her home Wednesday from St.1!1' Hollon, Verlon Jones, Dorothy also be picked up at the booth. Mrs. R. Gaylord and Mrs. June Hathcockof

Mr;*. H. M. McIntosh and Miss Mary's Hospital in West Palm Lair John Mills Hazel Sheppard;I i Roberta Chenoweth and Mrs. ;J. Tropical Acres designed and set ';
Julia 'Mathis recently visited their Beach where she underwent' surg- Charles Pell, Walter Parker Linda I Kind workad'out the idea. up the exhibit. Mrs. Milton Giese |

sister;; and family; Mr.. and, Mrs. ery. Her condition is reported as Sheffield, Walter Young. I I Styles in clothing fifty years ago and Mrs. D. Alford of Belle Glade j!

Corbin in Fort Myers. very good. i 9th Grade: Faye Elliott, Melvin 'I' and today's styles were highlighted tackled a problem that plaquea
Geer, Sharon Johnson, Ronald Lair- in the Sqaure Dance exhibit. Mrs.R. Florida Homemakers preventing :
Col.. and Mrs. W. S. 'Evans and Mrs. Max Beverly of Ochlocknee, sey. Patrick Murphy Linda Reid I Cullen and Mrs. Donald Bell and removing mildew.

Bill Evans of Lexington Kentucky Ga., isthe: guest of her parents', Mr. Dennis ,Tankersley, Willola T.fson,1Larry made several of the garments and -
recent of Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs. in Canal
were guests Grady Boynton of
shoes for
Wright. even covered a pair ATTEND WMU MEETING
Frank Handley in Sebring. Point. .- ... ... the 1962 styles. Mrs. Victor De- Mrs. W. S. Evans, Mrs. J. D. La ,
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GARDEN CLUB JUEETING BIRTHSMr. Home Clubs Blue I the County Home Demonstration -I Cross and Rev. C. D. Stewart attended -

The Canal Point Garden Club Council exhibit "Family the quarterly W M. U. asso-

will TOeet Thursday February' 15 at and Mrs. Don Beverly of Mi- Ribbon WinnersA I Steps to Happiness" emphasizing -I ciationaj, meeting in Delray Beach
3 p. m. at the home of Mrs. W. S. l love, faith and thoughtfulness.A Friday.. :.,Mrs. Weatherford, the I
ami ,announce the arrival .of a son
Cross with Mrs. Paul Rardin co- on'February 3. He'has been named i I replica of the famous Liberty State G/A. Leader from Jacksonville -
hostess. Mrs. A. R. will Steven Donald. Mr. and Mrs. A Home Demonstration Club for Bell, made of sugar and sprayed was the guest speaker. Con-
leave chare of the program. 1 with gold paint, was the focal pointin ferences were held after a sand-
Beverly Pahokee
are the paternal the Pahokee-Canal Point area was
the Seminole, Manor's club ex- wich luncheon. !
grandparents. organized at a meeting held Thurs

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HELP HIM Mr. & Mrs. MelvinTillis : i' '
Miss Miriam LoPinto Assistant
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'find the Answers\ Visit GladesMrs. Home Demonstration Agent of I f Today's Modern Homes are Built :
West Palm Beach, explained the
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Melvin Tiill.'rs and three I work of the H. D. Clubs, their pur- .

r-in time to.t .,. daughters of Nashville, Tenn., arrived -I pose and told the group what other i iI

HELP YOU by plane Wednesday in Mi- clubs in the county have acc mp- I
: ami and were met by Mr. Tillis. To lished. Miss LoPinto conducted the

will election of officers and explainedtheir
gether they visit friends and
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days. officers was elected: President,

Burl Ives, folk singer, accompanied Mrs. Roland L. Kahle; Vice Presi-
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.... ........ .Wt\1ti.....?;:... : Mr. Tillis and Mr. Ives plan to doa Mrs. Gene Gore; Reporter,
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f.on: ?:'IF''f' : <0'I their song writing and song singing Those attending the organiza-
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< i J Mel, a former Pahokee' boy, has anew Carter, .Mrs. Thomas Braddock ; ., I
album out which is titled Mrs. Bruce Bitting, Mrs. George
; "Heart Over Mind.'*The new album Gann, Mrs. Elmer Maxson Mrs.

is by: Columbia and according to Gene Gore, Mrs. Guy Wood, Mrs. R. .

.. '.,"' ..'+- I ratings is getting away to a fast H. Angel, Mrs. W. F. Underhill, Jr.; r r''
., {* start on sales.Welcome. Mrs. Eli McCall, Mrs. F. M. Wilson,
$:....... <- ',. I ___ Mrs. Roland Kahle, and Mrs. Gene WITH : ;

: .1bi1 ( Gary. Mrs. Kahle and Mrs. McCall iJ : .
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Stations as 'f": '
A regular meeting date, ;ft ""I
Are More.Popular Thursday in each mont : ; ; ,
Diseases of the heart and ginning at 9:30 a. m. at the I'first ((4 i -

ijwood vessels are still ttojJeading TALLAHASSEE-A 33 per'cent I Inc munity Center in Canal Poin ..'; =itrabllity- ..., ong'. in, -, N.uty 18tt

cause i f", s 4{&" sf1n ;FIV.j bfcn set. The March meeUn1 4 4Zf._ today's modern4houm8trongf].
But exciting advance 1 1, t11.V'"eldS.t\iQns siitfl:1941 'Jwheld March 1 and the program I '"sjF> :: *- 55 r fI3. (d't_ 'I I
;:treatment/ and .prevention) over 1960 has been reported by will be on "Floor Care." Mrs. Elmer .- nre-safe 'concrete'-nWoiiry. possess insulating : I

-".a made.'Today : Florida Chairman-Director Development? Wendell Commission Jar- will be Maxson hostesses.A and. Mrs. Gene Gore qualities too, with .thi._:jlt-in"- air ::

.___ : : : rard. cordial invitation is issued to space of each block unit. Ask tHe man who 'I

:porch scientists are"on the Tallies kept by the seven Wel- all ladies in this area to attend
;:t-rge'of important break- come Stations show that 604,570 the meetings of the new club. has used it. For quality block. : .rJ precision

:roughs in the control ofrfieart persons were welcomed to Florida "' made on Stearns equipment fTseelis: today. 'i'

diseases. They..need at the stations during 1961, as com PATTERSON CIRCLE MEETINGThe .

':;your Heart Fund dollars pared to 1960's total of 454,471. Ione Patterson Circle of the ,

than ever now-to Cars stopping at the Welcome Canal Point Baptist Church wilt
their research and Stations during 1961 numbered meet at the home of Mrs. M. F. ROVED AND APPROVED FOR BETTER CONSTRUCTION iI

apond 198,384 as compared to 155,091 for George Monday afternoon at 3 p. m. ;
speed their victory over 1960. Mrs. C. D. Stewart will have!I
v Americas #1 killer. '
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Summer months were the busiest charge program
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330 visitors surpassing all previous BETTER: : AFTER PNEUMONIAMrs.

._ AtoreivllVffie // records. August was next with 79- Barbara Pope domestic relations I
222 visitors and ;June third with counselor for the Juvenile \
more yea GIVE 68454. department of Palm Beach county
with offices in the Glades Office
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[ : : First Church Baptist, PahokeeGuthrie ,Baptist Choirs j

W. Colvard, :Minister i Get High Rating !
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. I I

k Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.1 The Junior and Intermediate1 !
Training Union 6:30 p. m.
Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. Choirs of the First Baptist Church, ,

I Wednesday Prayer of Pahokee made excellent rating 1

j yl I I Service 7:30 p. m. in the Palm Lake Baptist Associa-. :
I A warm welcome to all. tional Music Festival at the First} ,
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First Methodist I I I Canal Point The Methodist Church WSCS Meeting Held The Junior Choir received a grade a 1

t t.I t.Church/ Pahokee ': Baptist ChurchRev. Canal ,Point, FloridaRobert Tuesday' Evening of grade 95 and of 97.the Intermediate Choir-a.J';' :;
The Junior Choir will go to w 1 i
I Rev. T. C. O'Steen \. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor
A.,Shelley, pastor The Canal Point Methodist Woman First Baptist Church at Ft. Land I
SUNDAY: SUNDAY< : SUNDAY; of Christian Service rEd-i! 10(
1 9.:45 a. m.-Church School '. 9:45 a m.-Sunday School Society 1,erdale on ,Saturday February I
: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 10:00 a. m.-Church School ular meeting was held Tuesday. 'to participate jn the Florida n4p1 I
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship lei
6:45 p. .-MYF ,6:30 p. m.Training Union. February 6 at 8 p. m. in the home 'tist State Music Festival. The
6:30 m.-Youth Fellowship
i 7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship '7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship p. termediate Choir will go to Meri i
r, f 7:30'"p. .-Evening.Worship of Mrs. C. B. Stringari with 19 I
TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: Island on March 4th to take par ii
l I .'7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir pracWEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. MONDAY: members present. The meeting way:: the State Festival there. r ,1 1 ,
3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice
the called to order and the prayer was I Mrs. Guthrie Colvard. Music ttf- i
: Church Of God, 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st I given by President, Mrs. L. L. Max- rector of the First Baptist Church,
f 7:45 p. m.-MId-week devotions is the director of both these choirs.

I ..' 8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac I Barfield HighwayPahokee MONDAY Tuesday2nd : son.The Worship program on Youtn :Mrs. James Batchelor is accompanist -

) tic. .I .- 7:30 p. nu Esther Class meeting Problems was lead; by Mrs. Eli Mc- for the Junior Choir and Re-
f Fla*' WEDNESDAY: Call assisted by Mrs. Roland Kahle becca 'Grimes for the Intermediate

1: The Church Of God I J. W. Hughes, Minister 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting whose topic was Spiritual Value ; Choir.
t. : Phone 3736 Mrs. Elmer Maxson, Literature -- --

Of Prophecy, Pahokee SUNDAY: CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE and Mrs. W. F. Underhill Alcohol CLASSIFIED ADS PAY I
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Mrs. Frank Wilson lead in prayer. DIVIDENDS
t Canal Point Road 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS I If'

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7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service ,f,
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8:00 p. m. Thursday-W* M. B. 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ
Everyone welcome. Special musio I Service. -(

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Of The NazareneRev. Baptist ChurchElder SALES and SERVICE '

Max D. Jones, ''Pastor. R. Barfield' Heating Air Conditioning Appliances f 1:1':
433 Bacom Point Rd. SUNDAY: .
10:00 a. .-Sunday School
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882
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i 11:00 a. .-Sunday Worship. 8:00 p..m.-Evening Worship .-
6:30 p. m.-;Juniors. WEDNDESDAY:
7:00 p. m.Sunday Evening 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 1 .' J

1 Evangelistic Service. I Service ,., It.. ". ,.. NNAVlJ:YANH.J:..
WEDNESDAY: 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: .
7:30 p. m.-Midweek. Prayer: 1i 7:30 pt m.-Ladies Auxiliary '\ .
i meeting. Meeting.Christian .
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1 "Where you are a stranger but II .
once". Science .

I 'Holy Nativity I= Group Of Canal Point' H' .1.f,

f Episcopal ChurchPahokee I The spiritual significance of

events in the life of the .Apostle ",

) Paul will be brought out at Christian .- _

1 Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar Science church services this

10 a. m.-Sunday School
i Keynoting the Lesson-Sermon
11 a. m.-Worship Service
I on the subject "Spirit" is th 3
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Golden Text from II Corinthians ;;';.:;;'I
1 St. Peter's Lutheran (3): "Where the Spirit of the Lordis .J_ '"

Church Belle Glade there is liberty." .'
Paul's enlightenment is emphasized r"I---

in readings from "Science ;
August' Koerber, Pastor. and Health with Key to the SCl'Ptures" .
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Gl deSUNDAY
by Mary Baker Eddy, .including I
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Divine Services'11 A. M. I
I "When the truth first appeared to
School 9:45 A. M.
__ I! him, in Science,. Paul was. made
blind, and his blindness was felt; "" '.

St. Mary's ,Catholic but spiritual light .soon enabled ___. "l; .
him to follow the example and

Church- teachings of Jesus, healing the ::JjJ; '. '

Father Francis Fennech, Pastor sick and preaching Christianity ...'.. .. ...................... .... .... ,
throughout Asia Minor,. Greece, : : : :' "
Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. ; '
Confessions before Mass. "and even in imperial Rome." -: /
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Cattle Sales./ '
look at my next door neighbor.The soft and fresh as a flower.Nd sun.fadeno

pity is that'.her wash was almost dry. wind-damage,no dust-smudge,no aching
FAre Then w-o-o-s-h..a sudden gust of rain! back! And the time saved can be spent -
regularly held at' the Glades ''Ljyesto&cKarlcet* in much better with family.
ways my
I've been telling her to get smart and
which is owned an'd operated;Tby more tfiah"l20 i ,, -' quit lifting, lugging and doing pin.ups.or" complete modern-day freedom from

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.:; ..PEtzbt Tae Everglades-News, Canal Point. Florida Friday February 9, 1962 !
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i", t ,,, delphla"Farm,"real the estate'county is.agent reports.1[ CONTEST WINNER I II II Princeton Coach Homestead Filing I

.font 1 i
Period Closes April
$400 to, $2,000 an acre, ,taxes are
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high, as are other. costs,, but markets ...- Visits Pahokee : :
, are good." If you own a new: home, and
Obyle.1. Then he adds the real clincher: cOlm'an,1 haven't"filed for your 'homestead I'

"These facts necessitate, topnotch Head Coach Richard exemption,.11 is'suggested that you
.. 't, I !--1.s= management."- Jr.. of Princeton University, get In touch with your Tax Assessor I
(" So. when you come right down to Palm Beach at the Everglades Clubon in the Court House in West I
..". '. i Oq vwnt.of._ the bedrock of profitable farm ope- ______ Saturday afternoon with Pa- Palm Beach.. Law says that you i

.- ration, "tognotch? management" is hokee High School Seniors John must file before April 1 in orderto
, Tne tfarm people up in Pennsyl- the answer and you don't need an I 'c Hundley and Jimmy ,Vandegrift.; qualify for the exemption. I'
vanik'j-ife not. massing any bets. electronic brain to figure that one i f Other South Florida schools were! I
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Latest story from' ,the Keystone out. It's the use ,of electronics to I represented by foot ball players. I
, state is indicative of how progres- guide a progressive, intelligent I Coach Web Pell of Pahokee High Group Attend Queen'sCourt x

r 'siveeducaUonal,'research and proi farm manager that is Interesting I I rI I School accompanied the boys to Banquet i
10 ducer forces have joined up tout in the report from Pennsylvania.And Palm Beach. On Wednesday Coach
L farming Operations on a mote profitable I wouldn't be surprised to see Colman visited Pahokee high school
Mrs. David Unwin and Mrs. Lois
o basis. this idea expanded greatly where 1. is and interviewed John Hundley.
s As reported by the agricultural such equipment is available to'pro- White were accompanied by the

4 agent'. ,,in -Montgomery<< county, vide help to agriculture. APPRECIATION G. A.'s of, the Pahokee Baptist
Penn -electronic brain # s T.
State's was '
I I wish to sincerely thank the entire Church to the Association Queen's
utilize.'" for linear programming Industry is putting electronicsto : hospital staff, Dr. Poteete, Court Banquet at the First Baptist
. a um htatical'method of maxim- work in every conceivable fash-: P f Church.in West Palm Beach
Poteete-Hatton-Ramsay r o e s, Friday
farm income." To demonstrate ion. Out in state
izing Washington a Fional Association, and friends, night.
,; e effectiveness of the new I packing equipment company is
who remembered me with- cards, Those attending were: Ginger
idea family-operated dairy I demonstrating a newly developed flowers, food, candy, and the many, Willis Association Junior G. A.

.' farms were used. electronic "eyes", color readings many kindnesses shown during my vice-president; Lawanda Edwards,
, Scores,or-details on the farming a're taken and averaged by the illness
May God bless each one of Association Mission Study Chair-
operations'were assembled size, Low color for culls
mechanism. ( ), McDowell
Nix Dell
you. man; ; ;
soil" fertility, labor limitations. ,! fancy color and extra fancy' color WAYNE HUNDLEY I Julia Johnson and Helen Lindrose.
of extent of credit, I fruit is and the I
amoynt capital separated packing .
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production per cow, feed costs price house can turn out 4500 to 5500 4 1 E u
of milk) ,etc} These and many other, boxes of carefully sorted fruit in a,
,acts iwere-'* fed into the electronic 7% hour: shift.
brainft'Ac&Ording-t'; In Florida the citrus industry. has .1 Thinking About Building?

to the agent's reportof been told by a manufacturer it has

4hj k; experiments, the deviceflashfltf developed an electronic. device todetermine. I
,',,calculated, punched and .the juice and soluble II
out ;qun e' the details of possible solids contents of oranges without I For Free Estimates, Call -
profitable farm organization. To destroying the fruit. It claims the I

an experienced; ,dairyman it might device is small-enough to take intoa
nol,Ibe f ii urjJrising: : l\o learn that the grove for a field test of internal a1k\ WILEY TILLISGeneral '
basic answer in both cases indicated fruit qyality. f
\ I the mSs: profit would be made If such a device really deliversthe ; \ Building ContractorBox

by milking large number of high goods it could go far in pre .

,producing dairy cows. venting heavy "dumping' 'of early 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127
An:'interesting sidelight, how season fruit that has failed to meet I
ever, is that in both instances lo,- inspection requtre.trvetvt&ua.the past! c

qta<(:<:': uCCcy o4'v 4 ns 'wt "t.c?-l \"t'f" ,)"i ":Dab "n:'a Jwb The PllCKlngChouse. r ------- ------ ----- (

dropped so that the owner's efforts; There would be little excuse; T- j I+H H M M M-- 111111 / /./ / / f // H / f-H-f If 111 III nil MM
could be concentrated on improvingthe I for picking citrus too early if an I MISS LINDA HAND i
3 dairy end of the business. electronic tester could give a reliable PAHOKEEPretty !J,! THEATRESPRINCE
'* report as to jts condition.
Miss Linda Hand, daughter -I '
Turkey raising was dropped on : ,
of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hand of j
farm A and cow numbers were, Paul B. Dickman Farms at LAKE DRIVE-IN
gradually increased from 50 to 96. Ruskin, Florida, gets a two-page Fahokee, received signal honors ..
.", USE\.Qf.-125, acres of cropland was spread in Produce Marketing magazine this week when she was chosen in Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
West Palm Beach as MISS VIP.to - -
adjusted, the large turkey pen was for its success in pioneeringthe
converted to a loafing area for quick movement of "consumer- represent that city in a final con 2 DIG FEATURESSUNDAY -

cows, silage storage was added and Unit" packaged vegetables from test in Miami for publicizing the -MONDAY -TUESDAI
grain was purchased fon feed. The farm to retail market. premier of the Universal Interna-1 I SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY FEBRUARY 11-12-13 .
results were a spectacular increasein Dickman's operation sends four I tional film, "Lover Come Back." I "
:FEBRUARY 11-12-13
.. ,farm income with slightly less refrigerated trucks twice weeklyto Miss Hand is a ballet instructor in I elM A R R 0 N"

.. family labor and no additional hir- about 300 stores within a 100- West Palm Beach and a graduate 'The HUSTLER
.... ed help. mile radius delivering' vegetableswhich of Pahokee High School. In the I GLENN FORD AND
. final judging the first of this week
were picked and packagedthe MARIA SCIIELL
Appplication of the electronic I PAUL NEWMAN, JACKIE
. brain's answer; to farm B resulted day before. That's what you'd Miss Hand was among the top -ALSO-
call "farm fresh." eight who were chosen out of the GLEASON AND PIPER
in dropping a'broiler raising operation
remodeling a 150yearoldbarn Dickman's success is another 25 contestants. The winner of the'. LAURIE "The Bowery;Boys"
example of utilizing research to de- Contest was from Louisiana and
to house 60 instead of 40 cows
velop the highest possible effici won a trip to New York. I Kill II nH.i|. Ill yi-M- I 1 I I I I 1 I I M I 1 II t I H # lt I I III II 1 It
and using additional land for high .
ency. Soon, after he started the '
producing silage crops. ---
"The need for effective farm present operation his packing Pahokee WMU Has of I J 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 }lltit
house was headquarters for U. S.
management programs is acute in -" tH 1111111-++
our county which borders Phila- Department of Agriculture and -111111111:1 l
J Florida 'Experiment Station specialists : :
Tuesday Meeting
who spent two years there .
I researching practically every t Home Financing I'

facet of packaging. The monthly meeting of the \ff.

M. U. of the Pahokee.Baptist Church ,

Teenager Morton I met Tuesday at 9:30 a. m. Mrs. Is Our SpecialtyLIFE
Horace Unwin, president, presided '
To Hold Services i over the business. Mrs. E. B. Gamble I

had the program. The topic of :
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Announcement is made of special the program was either Your

services at the' Church of God on Ways nor My Ways." Those taking ,

" Barfield Highway tonight and tomorrow part on the program,were.Mrs. : IS GRAND I
night when Rev. Ralph Gamble devotional; ,Mrs, "AI. J. ,

Morton, teen-age evangelist, will Sapp Mrs. Guthrie, Colvard, Mrs: : .
r 4 'Jj hold;;services. J. C.. Mock, ,Mrs. Horace.. Unwin I. WHEN YOU OWN i
a I On February 12 a district youth and Mrs. E. H. Todd. :

fellowship service will be held at There were 25 members present. I
the church and attendants will i at this meeting. -
I come from Pahokee, Venus, Okee-i --

chobee, "Indiantown, Clewiston I I Dog Obedience .
ifl Moore Haven and Belle Glade. That i iI
NICRTLT PT DULi meeting is scheduled. for 7:30 p. m.) School 'Proposed- Whether You Buy or Build

,Dob lovers in the Glades have an
Former Resident
opportunity to take their animalsto YOU CAN OWN THAT HOME
Dies In Lakeland an obedience school in Belle

f DM 2 5 I? FE| PARKING Glade if enough folks show an in- YOU'VE.DREAMED OF NOW !

Emanuel Keen, 64, a resident of terest to warrant the school being
QUINItXAS EVERY RACE Pahokee for many years and an I opened there. It has been suggested Don't deny,yourself and your family the joys of home ownerT

DAILY DOUBLE ut t 2nd4UXUR1OUS employee of Boe's, passed away In that the school would be held ship any longer see us about a home financing plan to fit J
Lakeland and funeral services were every Monday night from 8 o'clock your needs and budget! 4*

held there at the Calvary Baptist until nine by the Obedience Train- ... : :t

, CLUBHOUSE Church on Tuesday of this week. ing School of Palm Beach.

Mr. Keen had been in Lantana hos- There will be a fee of $15 for the

1 pital before going to LakelandHe ten Monday night sessions and Everglades federalSAVINGS

had been away from this area those who are interested are askedto
for about 10 years. He leaves four get in touch with Mrs. Ames in
:1I:1:4t1III: : ; brothers and two sisters.. Pahokee at Phone 7771. & LOAN ASSOCIATION
WEST ORBELVEDERE Mr., and Mrs. Paul Tillery have j Mrs. G. H. Tucker and Mrs.Max- AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION
returned to their home after ine weekend '
being Joyce were the guests '
RD. : aLL as TOONE WY WIlT ,
r. called to Metter Georgia, due to I of Mr.and Mrs. Bill Rogers in Fort M L W. AY&r Baas ,

the death of Mr. Tillerys father. Myers. i i 11 i 11111111 i 11 i i .i 1111 H'H,n H i i i i i i-n i i t i'r ,+
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