The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 14, 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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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
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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Has 1640 Bulbs Pahokee PTAA

New Trailer ParkMr. Our Early Days Our Farming Area
TAMPA-Tampa will have the I i program of Christmas music I
South's largest Christmas tree this I was presented at the Pahokee PTA
and Mrs. Manning I. Keen Yuletide season when the switchis O. B. McClure was guest speaker meeting, Monday night by the Old timers were scratching their
plan a new and modern trailer thrown to light 1640 bulbs on a at the luncheon meeting of.the Pahokee High School Band under heads Thursday morning and try-
park on the. recently purchasedthree towering 78-foot tall spruce pine Pahokee Lions Club, Tuesday, with the direction of Bandmaster R. O. ing to remember the time wren it
acres of land they were able at the city's Sun Lake Park. 1 I the president, Kyle Scott, presid- Lampi, and by the Glee Club U'i- was as cold as the thermometers
to .secure from the U. S. Sugar The tree is 30 feet around at the ing. Introduced by Glenn Brower. der the direction of :Miss Ellen registered betwen daylight and
Corp immediately south of the base, and weighs five and one half I I program chairman, Mr. McClure Morgan.The 8:00 a., m. In' many spots on the
Pure Oil Station in Canal Point. tons. It was shipped to Tampa by I spoke on the early days of South meeting was opened by the ridge the gadget went down to 32
; ThE;. new park; when completed, rail from the Catskill Mountains.The Florida, and on the Pahokee area Girl Scouts of Troop 30, and Rev. degrees and but in the muck it was
will .meet every rule and regula- tree is only slightly smaller in particular. He stated that he Robert Shelley led the devotion- much:colder _".
tion of the State Health Department than the one erected on the came from Colorado to Florida the als.The The fancy thermometer on the
and will have muchneededspace White House grounds each year. It first time in 1914 and bought prop- room count awards were Bank of Pahokee-which was installed -
f. in which to locate 50 trail- required one large railway flat car erty at Vero' Beach. Then he and won by Bob Maxson's eleventh only a few short years ago
.ers.. and a portion of another to ship I Frank Friend whom he had knownin grade and Mrs. Robert Woofter's went down to 32 degrees ,at 7:45
!, 'The, Pahokee City Council in the giant tree. Colorado, bought property at second grade.President a. m. Thursday and this was a new
\ Monday night session intimatedthat Sun Lake Park is located approximately -I I Fellsmere but came on down to James H. Wilkinson, low for that particular piece of>
water would be served to the ten miles north of I Pahokee in 1917. After making Jr. presided over the meeting. weather measuring.
new parkfrom Pahokee city ,,Tampa on State Road 597. I j several trips during these years -0# .- Sugar cane, corn, leaf vegetablesyou
water mains which reach now as between Colorado and Florida, he : name the freeze got 'em.
Local Basket Ball
far north as Shirley Brothers redi- Christmas Cantata j[ returned to Colorado in 1917 and Thousands of acres of corn was
mix plant at the U. S. Sugar Mill married Mrs. McClure and broughther completely devastated. Beans and
raildoar spur. The council asked with him to the mucklands Team Wins Its FirstThe other vegetables were lost Wednesday .
the city attorney and city engi- Scheduled SundayThe where they have lived and reared morning and what was left
neer to negotiate with the sugar their family.Mr. took a severe drubbing Thursday
company for a right-of-way for McClure, one of the first Canal Point Trojans' Bask- morning.
the water line since they own a Christmas Cantata "The j City Councilman of Pahokee, men- etball team got off to a good start Thousands of acres of sugar
strip of land between the proposed World's Redeemer". by Fred Hol- tioned several dates of interest: this past Friday by downing Clew- cane stood white in the suns) ine
park and Shirleys. Rightofwaycan ton will be presented by the Church J that Pahokee was incorporated in iston ,Junior High School by a Wednesday afternoon followingthe
also be secured.from the State Choir of the First Baptist 1922 and the Bank of Pahokee was ,. score of 24 to 17. freeze that morning. .
Road Department it was pointedout Church of Pahokee on Sunday I I opened the same year, and that 1 Canal Point has a ten game In the Glades Tuesday morning,
this week by interested part- evening, December 16th,. at 730.! Connor's Highway, the first paved schedule. Five home games and low readings on. the east side of
ies. The Choir is made up 'ofthc J highway in the area, was openedin five away with the season ending Lake Okeechobee. ranged from 28
'-. '* ,The Council received J lettersfrom following members; :,, _._ 1924. the first week in February with to 33 near the lake to 23-28 away
three firms offering their Sopranos: Misses Dorothy: i r Guests were J, G.: 'Week 'arid' a" junior high touiney which vr21 froth the lake. There was moder-
services as fiscal agents for the Batchelor, Patricia Batchelor, Pam !I Delmar Hooks of Canal Point; D. I be played in Clewiston on the ate to heavy frost at all locations
city in its proposed sewer project. Bee, Raybeth Gray, Amy Young, I B. Mathis of Belle Glade and C. nights of February 11,, 13, and 14. with ice at many places.It .
The firms were Sullivan, Nel- I Mrs. James Batchelor, .Mrs. Chester D. Ayers of Ft. Lauderdale. Miss Canal Point plays Okeechobeethis was estimated the colder lo-
t s (continued on page 8) i Batchelor, Mrs. Earl Gamble, I Dottie Lair was the guest of stu- I Friday at home with Belle (continued on page 8)
I Mrs. Ralph Grimes, Mrs. Mary I dent member, Mike Watkins. Glade, Pahokee, South Bay, Paho- -+---r, ----
Hammond, Mrs. Wendell Harris, This was the first meeting of I kee, South Bay, Clewiston, Belie
Dr. Poteete Talks Mrs. Elmer Jones, Mrs. Lee Shir- the Club in their new building Glade and Okeechobee in that or- Car Wash Day For

ley, Mrs. Frank Thompson, Mrs. which they recently purchasedfrom der rounding out the season.
' Woman's' Club Wiley Tillis. the Youth Center, and the The team is made up of the following Air Condition Fund
: Altos: Mrs. Harvey Batchelor, president thanked the members for boys: Ramon Molares
I Mrs. Jack Stanley, Mrs. Claude the pieces of equipment they bad Tony Molares, Eldridge Kinsaul. --
Dr. F. H. Poteete was guest Shirley, Mrs. Frank Tillis, Mrs. donated for use in the building. Skippy Lanham, Sonny Usury, Saturday, December 15, will be
speaker at the luncheon meeting I Lee Wroten, Misses Lorraine Dun- Roy Jinwright, Teddy McCall, "Car Wash Day" at the Canal
I of the Pahokee Woman's Club, away, Verlon Jones. TalksOf Kenny Martin, Kenny Hayes, Ramon Point Community Building begin-
I Wednesday, with the president, Tenors: Jimmy Batchelor, Ralph Dr. Stokes Zubizarreta and Bobby Tuck- ning at 9 a. m. Sponsored by
I Mrs. C. M., Todd, presiding. Dr. Grimes, Kell Hood, Ron Ter Haar. I members of James T. Threlkeld'
Poteete gave Jielpful talk on l I Basses: Bob Hasty, Lee Shirley, Many Canelands eighth grade class of the Canal
I "Education for Later Maturity. I Jack Stanley. er.Middleton Point School, all proceeds will go
/ It was announced that the The Choir is under the direction I Given toward the air-conditioning fund.
Palm Beach County Federation of I of Mrs. Guthrie Colvard, Miss At monthly luncheon meeting of The prick will be $1.00 per car and

1 ,Women's Clubs will meet at Jupiter Faye Harris is at the piano and Everglades U.S.D.A. Club, Dr. I. Board RecognitionThe tickets are now being sold by,class
.t' on January 10, and that members Miss Myra Jones is at the organ. I E. Stokes, Research Leader, I II I members, However, if. it, was not
it are invited to a luncheon 01: The public is invited.Holiday convenient to p'lrchase'a ticket,
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, I and Sweet Sorghum
, !' ._ 30, given by the Belle Sugarcane county commission Monday I car
\ ,January .'' .1 Investigations, Corps ResearchDivision : bring, your anyway.- ". ,...." l -
] A$ tjGlade..Woman's Club. : Bazaar stood in :a',moment of silent prayer -.-" --- -. .
the :: :! of the U.S.D.A. addressed ':;"
,:J: Miss: Connie- Singletaryas memberlHeather the. group on his recent, travels and' then 'adopted guest:X>f--student ;, ..
'f.' Most Successful ; 1 around the world during fast .Sep of sympathy marking the death of -, -.
.'Reed. : ,Patrol Auxiliary ;
t, to:attend the
, I. !: Other guests were 'Mrs.. J. V. tember and October County Engineer Steve Middletoa. -
I Chastain, Mrs. Robert M. Sanders 11th Congress of The International Middleton, who was named The' Florida, Highway Patrol
: Mrs.; C. H. Tillis, Miss Lulu Bar- The annual holiday bazaar held Society of Sugar Cane Technologists county engineer in 1953, died earlyin Auxiliary will hold a Turkey Shootat
:: field. Mrs., R. B. Simonson, Mrs.F. by the Canal Point Garden Club,J on the island of Mauritius. Dec. after a brief illness. the Elk's Club property, East
H. Poteete, Mrs. R. L. Hatton, most He illustrated his talk with color- The resolution called attentionto Main Street, Pahokee, on Saturday .
evening was
Mrs. C. A. Shive Mrs. Vance Den- Thursday I ed slides of things of interest in Middleton's thoroughness, in- 'I' Sunday and Monday, Decem-
: ton, Mrs. Duncan Padgett and successful, according to Mrs. I Mauritius 'and other sugarcane tegrity, and ability to perform his ber 22, 23 and 24 from 1 p. m. until
Mrs.' Dan Carpenter. Glenn Powell, president. A large I countries that he visited on the ,duties in such a manner that his dark each day. The cost will be
f crowd attended to eat chili and I trip. He visited India, Southern action had been a great part in one dollar per:"shot. A. E. (Cotton)
The I purchase baked goodies and the I. Rhodesia and Kenya in East Africa the development of the county. Funderburk is committee chairmanin
;! New Hours For' attractive gift items. Mrs.. Duke Union of South Africa, Cocus .- ,charge, and he will be assistedby
Canal Pt. Post Office Tucker was in charge of preparingand Island, Reunion, Australia, and PFC. GABALDON TO GERMANYPfc. other members, of the Auxil
f serving the food, and Mrs.C. Hawaii. The color slides shown by Adrian Gabaldon who recently iary.
: In order that the local post of- B. Stringari was general chair- Dr. Stokes to illustrate his talk completed training at the .
t fice may serve all folks who wish man. were mainly of field practices and parachute jump school Fort Ben-
f, to use its service between now and The bazaar is the principle fund conditions under which sugarcanewas ning, Georgia, has been sent to Vern Clark, Gets
. Christmas, Mrs. Edythe Smith, raising project of the Club during' grown in the respective coun- Germany where he is stationed Deputy's Badge BackVern
post master, has announced that the year.AIRMAN. tries, of symptoms of dreaded with the Eighth Army Division. w
the office will be open until 5:30 sugarcane diseases like smut and Due to tight scheduling by the Clark, Belle Glade whose
p. m. on Saturday, December 15 I SECOND CLASS Fiji disease which fortunately by Army at the time he, left the tenure as a deputy sheriff' has
and Saturday, December 22. Start- Thurman Kemp, 137 Banyan virtue of the close quarantine States, he was able to spend only been subject_ \ of, a recent grand
ing next Monday: -Dec, 17-the Ave., Pahokee, son of Mr. and Mrs. practices by the United States De- three hours in Pahokee visiting his. jury inquiry, has been reinstatedas
office will be open from 8:00 a.,m. W. H. Kemp, who recently joined partment of Agriculture have not mother Mrs. Cecilia Gabaldon. a deputy sheriff. Freed by the
)[ until 5:30 p. m. until Dec. 22. the Air Force, is based,, at Keesler been introduced into the cane While he is in Germany Pfc. Ga jury, Clark had his deputy bond
! e. AFB Miss. Due to his previous fields of this country. A striking baldon plans to work toward a' renewed by the county commission -
:Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks and military service Airman Kempwas feature illustrated by slides and college degree by taking night Monday. Also approved was
family; .of,:Miami were the weekend allowed his choice of electronics commented on by Dr. Stokes was courses as offered by the Exten- a deputy sheriff bond for Daniel
J guests of his father J. G. Weeksin schools there, and give the rank the tremendous amount of large sion Department of the Universityof Gorham county supervisor of reg.

Canal Point. of Airman Second Class. (Continued. .: on Page 8) Maryland. istration. ,

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Page Two A .. The Everglades News Canal Point Florida -Friday,:Derember 14, 1962
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I ';.- -;' = .. ', of farms in different areas." 17----- ounces annually. ,

; I The:Farm front There is this comment from t.Besides appeal and versatility -

I r ="'-- "" Richard K. Seim who reports from I: of uses in cooking appetiz- ,

rl l- _II' : : Iowa and Northern Illinois: "No I ing dishes, mushroom promotion

by matter who tells the tale I don't has stressed the fact that a pound '

I I' Ooy/e '! buy .the story that farmers are of the succulent vegetable contains f fI

I teetering on the brink.. If' they're I only 66 calories. .

I Florida at a 'brink' it's a brink of greater I :'

efficiency and expansion, of increased Produce News reports a record
1 r oetcarls "tIo' professionalism as food price of 6.55 per carton was paid

producers. Pride and independencehave I tor a truckload of Florida lemons

One of the most interesting and not been abandoned by the sold at auction in New York City

informative reports on U. S. agri- farmers of the Midwest-and will I early in November. They were the

culture that has recently come to not be." first of the season from our state, i

my attention is a brochure titled"What's sss I shipped by Apopka Fruit .'Com-
The Rardin Canal Point ,FloridaTHE :
Building Ahead in Farming. It I was interested to note thatseveral pany.
contains the of Farm .
LAKE 'OkEE OBEE REGION 'HOfciE dFTH.E of the editors stressed the -
Journal's 12 field editors that ;
were ,point that farmers want bigger ON CHANNEL, 5 TV SHOW

presented' to Midwestern' advertising farm machines. This comment Four Pahokee children appearedWednesday
EVERGLADES: NEWSServing executives at a,meeting a short
came from the Western Corn Belt morning, in the ;Jele-
time ago in Chicago.I the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without '
interested in
was particularly
and South Dakota: "There's always on Channel 5. The children were
Interruption Every Week for !More Than 30 Years ,
one comment by John Russell who ,
Hal Unwin of Mr. and :Mrs.
i a push for more power- .
Establish 'Mdtcli 11,? 924 yt- Published very Friday covers an area including Ohio, Indiana -, bigger tractors. I've noticed a lot David Unwin; Kay Williams,

riMionfPnce, $2.00 Year In Advance I and Michigan-the Eastern I I of farmers buying new and bigger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Corn Belt. Said he: "You can'thelp Williams Susan daughter -
plows too. They say their old plows : !
The. Everglades Newels: Entered at the Post Office ,but see bigger farm units
I just won't do the job in these' of Attorney and: Mrs. .Ralph
In.Canal.Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter coming with more and more heavy, 100-bushel stalk fields." Johnson, and Leigh Ann Shirley,

!Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher farmers operating like other bUsi-, In the Southern Corn Belt-I I I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L.

I nessmen. Missouri, Kansas, Southern Illinois i Shirley, Jr.
"Management is becoming the I I .
M and Nebraska-the district sales- i mt
key word in profitable farm opera- I man for a large equipment firm i VISITS IN LAKELANDMrs.
Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting
Only by adopting intelligent
I weekend
reported volume on larger equip- Jess Elliott spent the -
: Of The Palm Beach business-like methods can a farmer ment running 10 to 15 per cent I in Lakeland visiting her broth-

come out on top. Fanning is no above 1961, which was a good er-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.

CommissionCommissioner longer just a way of life. It's a year. Another dealer is quoted: Clyde Harvey. She was accompanied -
County i
of business.
way "The trend to larger equipmentand to Lakeland by her mother,
I've been preaching that line for more automatic features con- Mrs. Emma Wheeler, who will remain -
awhile. It's im-
- ----------------------- quite particularly
tinues." there through the Christmas
'Edrd BandYow
was going to cost $1.50 more per portant that our young people un-
I Lake Worth, this week withdrew front foot than the original esti- derstand and appreciate it, and ssssU. I I holidays. .
I -
his,previous opposition to leasing mate of $5.33 per foot. know how necessary it is for themto S. Production of mushroomshas
a plot of John ,Prince Park as a The commission also took a hard continue their education by go- doubled in the past eight I RETURNS FROM LEAVE

site for a new fire station and the look at comparative figures which ing to college and getting the best years from 75 million to more than Seaman Jerry Spires of the U.

Reservation Fire Department now showed that costs of sub division background they can before enter 150 million pounds a year, accord- S. Navy, returned to his duties at

has a location for a new head- I improvements had jumped as ing the business of farming. ing to figures announced recently Norfolk, Virginia last Friday

quarters.C. much as .300 percent in some instances I by the American Mushroom In- following a seven day leave which

W. Bennett, fire department during the past three ss stitute. During that period per I he spent in Pahokee visiting his

treasurer and spokesman for the months. I l The status of the family farm in capita consumption has risen from parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spires.

I group made his third appearance George Frost, acting county our agricultural economy is viewed -

I before the county commission this engineer said he believed one of this way by Ray Anderson, who I ;? '!.n,;h'W'R, ""'" ..TI1.1'.Ifl.TI1: d'fr<.;m".rol.ror; 1I"fjt: :>7'tIID''
week and was successful in his bid the reason for the price boosts was ril
covers the Mountain States of
I for land at Lantana Airport as a that the improvement projects are I
Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico I
:, site, for a building to house *he relatively small jobs and do not
and Eastern Montana:
I volunteer department's fire fight- attract keen competitive bidding "The changes in agriculturehave Monday Cattle Sales

Ing equipment.The that goes along with larger road
had less undermining impact j I
commission joined Bandlowin projects.The i
on the family farm than is frequently -
support of his motion to lease commission, in spite of the I believed. The family has I I Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
land at the airport to the depart- rising costs, decided to go ahead
proved to be sufficiently flexiblo I II which is owned and operated by more than 120
i ment. The lease will contain a 60 with plans for a number of pro .1'
r day cancellation clause. It will bo posed road improvement programsand I ana amenable to change to permit .al I }Florida Cattlemen.You'll .
I it to retain, and event to en .
for ten years with an option to renew to accept bids on the project.
hance, its position. For, contraryto I enjoy the excellent service you receive here
I- and will contain a reverter Vice Chairman E. F. Van Kessell
clause in which all fire department said he believed the property owners the opinion of many, family I at this :lIarket.Ve make an effort at all times to give

improvements will revert to the should have a chance to either farms important are in becoming our agriculture."Of increasingly. an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give usa

j county at the end of a first ten accept or reject the piojcts after
I even greater import is the trial.
year period. bids were received.
fact that the adequate-sized fam-
\ The county sub division road ,.. :+:--H+:-: t t t t t t
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ily farms are increasing in import- :
improvement program, hard nit by

spiraling prices, took several vary- I Social Security No. I occurs ance at as an smaller accelerated farms rate.drop This out !: SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.

ing turns this week. Is A Necessity I I I and their real estate is added to
In the past three months, cowsof

taken the startling road improvements jumps between have the If you plan-to work during the j I other capital units for, and labor as substitution enables farm of I I Glades Livestock Market =

time engineering estimates are Christmas season you will needa families to operate larger and

social security number, R. C. larger units. ASSOCIATIONOn
prepared and bids are taken.
Gehrken, Jr., Social Security Dis- "This suggests that technologyis
,1 Such was the case of Oxford and Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
I improvements trict Manager in West Palm compatible with 'adequate' fam-
Cambridge Streets, -
II Beach, said today. ily farms a conclusion that is I Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, ManagerGUARANTEED
II II ran about $5,000 higner 1I 1\
than estimates. Property owners Work for any ,business firm a.! substantiated by a number of pertinent ,
jJ,Ww..YJ,, ,L4J.Y:, 4jJ, liJMIlV, IJ'yj.l'yJ.Y; r.IJJ- (
studies for different IJ.Y.I..WiW.IW.i..WjlWiJ.Y.4W
I: on the streets-who eventually a sales person, cashier, or other types I I

vj Ii pay pro-rata shares of ,the improvement job is covered by social security, .
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-asked the commission 'and employers must have a social l

j, to go ahead with the work despite security number for each employeeto ;1 1FO

report. these wages.
the higher prices. SAFETY
Not so with property owners on Gehrken said that although the

Jules Street. They asked the com- total wages paid may not seem Each individual account is insured up to

mission to "drop the project which significant now, eventually they R $10ooO-a man and wife investment ,team
accumulate and will be used in
may insure their savings up to $30,000through ( -
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figuring the total amount of .
the Federal Savings and Loan Insur-
I social benefit
monthly security
ance Corporation, an agency of the Federal
Classified i Ads Government.

Women who have had social security -
I --1.- numbers in the past and INVESTMENT
FOR SALE: New and used Willys PROFITABLE '
t who have married and changed
) Jeeps.: Walter Ashley's Garage their names should report their Our current dividend rate is &/ % per annum I

In Belle Glade Phone 3058. new name to their social security; -the highest rate of return consistent with

Oct. 17-54-cfa. office. Social security records AND!' safety. Semi-annually the earnings of our association II I

UE HAVE HEARD of folks who should show this name change, are distributed to savers. I ,

have rooms for rent and rooming but the same number originally issued '

houses for rent. A small ad righthere will be used. NEVER A LOSS PRINCIPAL i'i'I .

might turn the trick. Why not When an employee Is hired b: -
Your dollars placed in our savings accounts
try it? It is a small cost-$1.00 a should be sure to show his social I PROFIT I
"week. security number to his employer.The never shift with market bears or bulls-
funds worth 100 cents the
employer can then report the your are always on
GOTTA A BOOM for rent? A: number accurately on the tax re- dollar. No funds have ever been lost in a

small ad in _this column will get turn he uses to report wages piid<< savings account insured by the FSLIC.EVERGLADES .
the job done. It only costs a dollar. .e.

Call 924-2661. VAL is mrriATED -H-H-I I I : t I I H-i 1 I t t I I I I I I I I

Last Sunday, Val Gabaldon of
Pahokee was initiated into Phi -
Bulova watches. Radios, Watch : FEDERALSavings
Theta ,Kappa at Palm Beach Junior -
bands. Clocks.,Fishing and? hunting
College. Phi Theta Kappa is_ a
:licenses. Greyhound and,Trailways :
ticket agency. _ Junior Colleges and the requirements
..:SPORT-- SHOP.Phone 924-7787 N23ch., that a student must meet ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS ,AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.

"- .for admission are that he be in the 40 S. AVENUE B" BELLE GLADE PHONE WYG-2067 '
FOR SALE: Maytag Gas Range- top ten per cent of his class and j

used very little, bargain. Phone carry a grade average of at leasta ,
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J I =PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I IIf Tourist Aids AH Industry In StateTALLAHASSEEThe extent to (Nancy Mr. and BIRTHS Thomas Mrs.) Robert announce Meyer the by'\ ., J

birth of 6 lb., 7 Robert
a oz. son,
which all Florida citizens benefit I
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.J Cadet Pat Maxwell will arrive in I end, having come to Pahokee to from the tourist industry is shown El. :Meyer: Jr., born Wednesday I
Pahokee today from Florida Mil attend the wedding of his sister,I in a survey just completed by thai I night, December 12, at Everglades
itary School, DeLand, to spend the Miss Jean Kay, Friend on Satur i Florida Development Commission. I Memorrial\ Hospital. The maternal the -
.; Christmas' holidays with his parents :. day. Chairman-Director Wendell Jar- I grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. ant
l Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Max- I rard said : V. Thomas Sr., of Pahokee.Mr. .
9 Recent house of Mr. and the
well. i : recognizes that and Mrs. Philip Allen Du-
1 i Mrs. Glenn Powell were Mr. and establishments like hotels, motels, lany, Belle Glade, announce the
W. L. (Bill) Brown Jr..,/who was birth of 7 3 !
Mrs. Lorene Spesard and Mr. and restaurants and commercial at- a lb. oz. son. Philip
f called to Atlanta, Georgia, by the Allen Jr. Belle Glade Memorial
Mrs. Mercer Brown, all of Ridge- tractions depend heavily on tour-
i : unexpected death of his stepfather -
farm Ill. and Mrs. E. W. Brandes; i ists," Jarrard said. "But it is not Hospital December 6.
W. O. Beck, on Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Dulanyare
returned to his home in Pahoke of Palm Beach. always understood that there are the Mr.I
I paternal grandparents;
many ways in which our
i on Wednesday.Don and Mrs. H. V. Draa Sr. the maternal -
Mrs. L. W. Mullis is in Tallahassee helps other sections d
M. Hillier returned to his this week to be at the bedside the economy." grandparents, all of Belle
home in Pahokee, Sunday, after of her daughter, Mrs. Carol Ann Jarrard's statement coincided Glade; Mrs. C. A. Shive, Pahokee,

having been a medical patient at Arnsdorff, who underwent surgery] with the launching of a campaignby is the paternal_great-grandmother..
Good Samaritan Hospital In West there on Monday. Governor Farris Bryant: tor --
i Palm Beach for several days. Floridians to join a newlycreatedOfficial $11,500 In Cash For
Mrs. Marlene Nelson returned Florida Greeters Club.
AT2 Joe Parker of the tJS,Navy' to her,home in St. Augustine, las "Of course, the obvious way Each County In State
arrived in Canal Point Sunday I Friday,' after visiting her parents, tourists help all Floridians is by
from Norfolk, Virginia to spend Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams in Pa- paying in more than 14 per cc-nt of TALLAHASSEE-State Comp-
his 20-day leave with his parents, I hokee. all direct state taxes," Jarrard triller Ray E. Green said today
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker.Mr. continued. "That makes it possibleto that each of Florida's 67 countieswill
Miss Alice Elaine Hurt, who at-
E Jeffers of finance Florida government at be mailed checks for $11,500for
and Mrs. Lee tends Florida College of Medical
a progressive level without levying its share of the race track tax
Dothan, Alabama, were guests of ,Technology in Miami, spent the< '
his mother Mrs. Dennis L. Friend, weekend here with her parents, unduly burdensome taxes on fund.
I our resident population." Green said it is the second pay-
week I Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Hurt.
and other relatives over the He noted also that added governmental ment of the current fiscal year and ,
t I expense resulting from brings the total to $39,500. This is
State Aid For Bridal Shower For 1 tourism is almost negligible."The I $3,500 over the same period last
two biggest items in Florida's year, he added.
Wildlife ProductiQnTALLAHASSELandowners Alyce Joyce SpencerMiss governmental budget are ed- I The total received by each coun-

; "UJL ucation and welfare, which together ty last fiscal year from the race
Aly.ce Joyce Spencer account for more than 70 I track tax fund was $201,800.

and farmers may now producemore bride-elect of William Herbert I per cent of all spending," ne ex --
fish and,ildjife by developing Whitcomb, was honored at a bridal plained. "But tourists add little to I'
their lands for hunting fish- shower held Friday night at the these two expenditures, since yc'i
ing and other forms of outdoor home of Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, 1251 have to live in Florida five yearsto
recreation and receive a share of Bacom Point Road, Pahokee. be eligible for welfare and if No Mone
the cost for such developments un- Hostesses with Mrs. Hundleywere you are a non-resident and put
der the 1963 Agricultural Conser- Mrs. Richard Hurt, Mrs. El- your children in school you must
vation Program, according to mer Jones, Mrs. Marshall Lair, pay tuition for them." The House of
Wayne Murray, Wildlife Biologist, Mrs. Claude Padgett Mrs. R. B. Jarrard said the marketing
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- Simonson, Mrs. Leon Spooner and problems of Florida farmers were
mission. Mrs. Broughton Watkins. I greatly eased by tourists, who an- : On Your
Conservation practices includedin The refreshment table was laid nually consume billions of pounds
the program are the creation of with a cloth of lace and centered of the state's agricultural pro- PLANS
fish ponds, development of ponds with an arrangement of pink ducts.
or marshes for waterfoul, the I poinsettias and gold sprayed fern. i .. MJJ'Y
establishment of wildlife food I The scene was lighted with pink I r"ItCX. ONE OF EVERY FOUR Fast
plantings, and, the management of tapers in silver candelabra. Cry- I VISITORS IS SEEING FLORIDA "
forest lands for wildlife. As pro- I stal appointments were used. Mrs. FOR THE FIRST TIME I II I
Billy Turbeville and Mrs. Chester or
vided by the Food and AgricultureAct I
,.the Federal Government will Mullis were in charge of the bride's
share the cost of expenses in book.Miss I
creating and developing public rec- Spencer wore a beautiful HREE PAHOKEE
reational areas and' make available white orchid with silver dotted ribbon .
long-term FHA loans for the I and tiny silver bells attached,, I 'TjEMwrrff

construction or installation of presented to her by the hostesses,, ,1.1 .
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recreational facilities. who presented her mother, Mrs.
Additional information on these Jack Spencer, with a purple or- I S/J1/1J;. Hf I I I I I r'':'++++- -L ; I I ; I I I I I I I I I I .

conservation and recreational chid corsage. I GOVERNors. FLORIDA; TOuRSMcCCRNG :
: : /YiMMiTTee:
practices can be obtained from Among the lovely gifts receivedby
the County Agricultural Stabilization = the honoree was an electric

Conservation Service, County skillet, also a gift from the host I S them PRINCE

Soil Conservation Service or the esses. ,
Game Management Division of the a CookE Pahokee .
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission North-South Game
;' Application for these -
Will Be TelevisedMIAMI
cost-share programs should be LLI 8 t
made prior to January 10 to qualify SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
for the 1963 program. The North-South I I
-! Shrine College All-Star football I DECEMBER 16-17-18

FIL."IIS SHOWN game will get its biggest promo- "ADVENTURES OF
"The Stones Cry Out" was the tional boost in its 17-year history
title of the film shown by Dr. R. when ABC-TV will televise the A YOUNG MAN"
.c. Lane at the dinner: meeting of contest to the nation from the
the Pahokee Methodist Men's Club Orange Bowl, Saturday, Dec. 22. I RICHARD BEYMER, DIANE
held in the social hall of the chur- It will be the first time the fam- II BAKER, AND CORINB

ch, Monday night. Duncan Pad- ous game will have been televised.The I CALVET
telecast will begin at 3:30
gett presided: the absence of ,
president..'- .tihn. Hatton.. "" '%.* 'p:: til. and1' will be viewed by an i I ..1111' 1111111..1111' "

.: J? H i :r ,_ ", br......., tr estimated;.: udienjcepji30. mjlliojk\ .
;The -ganjerwill be blacked out fora I--

ISOrnUle rjadius of :Miami. II _. ... ..
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_ai;e;used in the reLand treatmentof : :
needy crippled children Tn tho I "Announcing The

i 17 country.Jim Shrine. hospitals around the"

McKay will be the host an-
nouncer and the game will be car- -OF THE -
ried live on the ABC-TV Wide I .
World of Sports show. The same
show will return to Miami later in ;
the month to tape the highlightsof I Mayaca
the Orange Bowl Regetta'sclosed

END OF SEASON another course Wide races World Dec.of 29-30 Sports, for: I.I I.
SALE: show.
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$39.55On Following a visit on the Florida I
Keys with Mrs. Gandy, the former
Custom Tailored Suit Betty Jean Clark Airman 1-c

with Extra Pants. They John H. Gandy left last Saturdayfor Indian River Citrus !
Flatter Because They: Fit. McGuire Air Force Base in

ALG.BELCHERPhone New Jersey to leave for overseas t
duty in Spangdatflem, Germany,
924-7474 where he expects to be stationedfor Phone 924-5584. Location: US441 at
.-- .. Drawer E the next three years.: Mrs.
Canal Point, Florida Gandy plans to join him there in

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hi:.:. to a late-season build-up of aphids and mites attacking au 82-acre field of tomatoes.
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JL build-up; can quickly downgrade Phosdrin is a powerful new phosphate No Phosdrin residue remains to endanger either the pickers or the crop.

make completely unsalable-vegetable insecticide: that kills the toughest insects I

crops such. as tomatoes, beans, potatoes, fast, usually within a few minutes of ap- Hard-to-kill insects insecticides and fungicides.And Phosdrin..'

celery watermelons, eggplants plication. However, unlike most other offers wide of the foli
peppers.1 \ PKosdrin solves other problems too. It a margin safety to
and most i vegetables.. insecticides, Phosdrin disappears rapidly and fruit of insecticide-sensitive
controls insects such as cabbage loopers age crops
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If the infestation an job-leaves no such
cucumbers and lettuce.
and aphids that are becoming harder to as
insecticide that i lieaves excess residue on That's why Phosdrin can be appliedup ....
kill with older insecticides. That's
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an integral of their full-season
Amendment to Public Law 518. most others. part gallon of Phosdrin. A little Phosdrin goes
NOTE: See table below for the insects ..program.' a long way. For example, as little i, }. 'as..Vi :'

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1' Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, Derember 14,1962
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'Four Circles Will Mrs. Evans Leads ;;

Hold Regular Meet Mission Study Topic"New ::1

I II News Of The Churches I I
The four circles of the Woman's Frontiers in the Old

; Society of Christian Service of the World" was the topic of the mis- I

Pahokee First Methodist Church sion study presented by )'Irs.V..

will hold meetings on Monday, S. Evans at the meeting Monday
December 17.:Members the Veh'a of the lone 'Patterson Circle at
, The Methodist Church I First Methodist The Church Of God Mae Schroder Circle will meet' the Canal Point Baptist Church 1

- Canal Point, FloridaRobert Church_ PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal with Mrs. J. T. Boynton at 10 a. wih the chairman, Mrs. J. L. Mc-

Point Road I m.; the Simonson-Lair Circle will Call, presiding.Mrs. .

A. Shelley, Pastor T. C. O'SteenSUNDAY I meet in the Men's Bible Classroom Evans presented the last
SUNDAY: : John H. Kinard, pastor at 2:00 p. m. with, Mrs. "M. P. two chapters of tile book which

10:00 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00: a. m Sunday School I Holman, :Mrs. Lon Wilson and Mrs. I were on Korea and Japan and

i 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 11:00 a.' .-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service Robina Blakey as hosteseses; the showed colored slides of Japan.It .
6:30 p. .-Youth Fellowship 6:45 p. m.-MYF 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service Gertrude Shirley Circle will meet was announced that the Circle -
J 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. with Mrs. J. L. Reeves where Mrs.J. will hold its annual Christmas
8:00 m. Thursday-W.MJ3. A. Lavender will be-co-hostess
MONDAY: TUESDAY: p. party in the Sunday School room
3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice 7:00 p. .-Vesper Choir prac-i Everyone welcome. Special music .and the Miriam Circle in the social of the church on Friday. December
TUESDAY: ticeVEDNESDAY and singing. hall of the church with Mrs. Ern 21, with a tree for the children,
8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society : ---- .-a -- est Maxwell and Mrs. E. O. Winchas and a covered dish supper for all

'hostesses. The Gertrude Shirley the families of the church.
I 1st Tuesday '7:45 p. m.Midweekdevotions The Pahokee ChurchOf
I 2nd MONDAY: ,8:30 Senior and the Miriam Circles will meet The
k : p. m.- Choir prac- next meeting will be held at
7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting ticePahokee The Nazarene at 8 p. m.APPRECIATION. the home of Mrs. M. C. Carter on

WEDNESDAY: 1 i -__-... .- January 14 at 2:30 p. m.
7:30 p. m.-Prayer :Meeting.. Rev. Max D. Jones. Pastor Refreshments durIng
Baptist : were served -
433 Bacom Point Rd.
i I wish to thank my good friends, the social hour by the hostess,
Circles In MeetingThe I Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 -
First Baptist SUNDAY SERVICES: neighbors and loved one for all Mrs. J. L. McCall.

their kindness prayers Flowers. ---
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cards and gifts that was pleasure -
I 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship my TWO NEW 3IE3EBEKS
Missionary Union of the Pahokee to receive during my recent
IJ 6:30
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, illness. Also the whole nursing
First Church held
Baptist regular
I 9:45-Sunday: School. 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening Mrs. Pauline Boydston and Mrs.
I 11:00-Morning Worship t December meetings at the homesof Evangelistic Service staff of Everglades: Memorial Hos- Edrye Burdine, both of Belle
and doctor.
6:15-Training Union members on Tuesday. "Spiritual WEDNESDAY: pital my Glade, were initiated into the
I 7:30 m.-Midweek May I still have your prayerfor Omicron Chapter of Eta
Prayer Sigma
7:30-Evening Worship Life Development" was the p. health. _
WEDNESDAY topic of the programs presentedat meeting my- MRS. MAUDE CROSS Fine Arts Sorority at the meetingheld
7:30-Prayer Service 'Whc;'e you arc a stranger but at the home of Mrs. Mary
, I the..meetings. _. __ _
once. Anderson in Belle Glade last Friday -
I Members pf the Betty Mills Circle .. ...
\ -- Mrs. Earl Maxson was a recent ,. night. The meeting was a so-
Canal Point met at the home of Mrs. C. L. .
1\ ..:;t& :1D ADS :'';\\' visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smithin cial one and featured a buffet supper -
Shirley, Jr. with the chairman.
Baptist Church Fort Laudrdale.
Mrs. Claude Shirley, presiding.Mrs. .

J. Wilkinson, Jr. presentedthe I _. -
SUNDAY: program and was assisted by
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Mrs. Don Collier, Mrs. Joel 4e

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Brown, Mrs. Lee Wroten, Mrs. .
6:30 p. m.--Training Union Guthrie Colvard and Mrs. Claude

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Shirley, Sr. The next meeting will
WEDNESDAY: be held at the home of Mrs. Guth- '
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting rie Colvard.A .
Christmas party and exchangeof

Church Of God, gifts was enjoyed by members '
of the Lottie Moon Circle which .

Barfield HighwayPahokee met at the home of Mrs. W. A. .. h k
Keen, with the chairman, Mrs. :

Fla.J. Marvin Crady, presiding. Mrs. L. 3 a n 4a '
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W. Hughes, Minister M. Mullis presented the program I,
Phone 924-3736 and was assisted by Mrs. W. A.
SUNDAY: Keen. Mrs. Joe Thompson, Mrs. W. y i'

9:45: a. m.-Sunday School A. Stevens, Sr., Mrs. F. G. Gillis

11:00 a, m.-Morning Worship and Mrs. J. C. Mock. Circle mem-

7:30 p. m.-Evangelistic Ser- bers are planning. to prepare -

viceTUESDAY Christmas baskets for shut-ins. :

,. : The January meeting, will be held
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service at the home of Mrs. C. A. Batch- s
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7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ elor.Mrs.. Ralph Crews read the h ;-4 a

i, Service Christmas story from the Bible at ,
the meeting of the Faye Taylor

St. Peter's Lutheran Circle held at the home of Mrs. 'a i 4 9

Milton Douglas, Tuesday night z s
Church, Belle Glade with Mrs. J. D. Douglas as co-

hostess. Members exchanged gifts

;, August Koerber, Pastor and voted<< to prepare love gift r
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601 W. Lake Rd., Belle' Glade baskets for shut-ins, as a com c 4

SUNDAY: munity mission project. The next
Divine Services 11 A. M. meeting will be held in the home of
School 9:45: A. M. Mrs. KyleHalf ield. a 54 3;Tr '

.- .. Mrs. H. C. Graham presented s

the program at meeting of the 4
:Holy' NatiyityEpiscopal
Grace Jernigan Circle in the homeof ,

Church the chairman, Mrs. E: B. J >< : f Ly

Pahokee Gamble Mrs. Graham was assistedby

Mrs. W. M. DuBose, Mrs. J. L. :.o k -
Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar Humphrey, Sr., Mrs. R. S.: Douthit.
SUNDAY' : Mrs. M. J. Sapp and Mrs. Wiley Hu
10 a. m.-Sunday School
11:00 a. .-Worship Service Tillis. I :
Members' voted to send a cash a iJa7
gift to a child in the Children's !

# Canal Point First Home in Lakeland.The .
will bs
January meeting : .
Baptist Church held in the home of Mrs. .H. C.
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Elder R. E. Barfield' ':: .... .',..

10:00:( a. m.-Sunday School Rotarians o ...K ..
11:00 a m.-Morning Worship
About MemoryMichael
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. "'f _____ I Sandy phones. 1 make happy homes all year; roundI
8:00 p. m.- Evening Worship -
Koman of Miami was __
speaker at the luncheon I '
7:30: p. m.'-:Midweek Prayer guest Telephone services are personal, different, With the Bell Chime to carol your calls with
of the Pahokee Rotary
Service Club meeting held'last'Thursday. Introduced I" and appreciated all year long.i Here are three musical tones. When warm weather returns,

2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: by* :Luke DuFresne; Mr.-Koman ways to make Christmas really special you.can set the Bell"Chime for a louder bell_.
7:30, m.-Ladies. Auxiliary -
p."Meeting.t ; ', : spoke on making the best use of your home: that's easily heard on porch or terrace.

.. '. .... one's memory. He this
t "i illustrated feat.. He'called With extension phones, for Mom in the And consider this- these and other useful,
by performing; an unusual
St. Mary's Catholic ? each member present by kitchen, l for Dad* f'his den and for everyone modern' telephone services'are.. so easy to

Church I name and gave the occupation of. in the family room. Step-saving, time- order. Just call the Business: Office. or ask:

rf each after having only; been introduced saving extensions. come, in.aide_ -- choice- T of- your telephone man.
Father Francis Fennech, Pastor to them as they entered colors and styles.
Sunday Mass L 11:30 a.'m. the building/

r Confessions before'Mass. .. Guests 'were Lee Cranford and I' With Home Interphone as a part of your
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Dr. Stokes Talks Loritinued Florida Wealth Is I Ii Pahokee Water To- I Jean Kay Friend Rough Weather In !

f "F Weds W. E. Stripling
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11ft6'jrf'.J'QCks'. in the sugarcane i Up Several RungsFlorida I II son and Goss. Inc. West Palnx -- ... caions had freezing temperatures \
' On Saturday, December 8, at
fields these, rocks had to be re- I Beach; Barcus Kindred and Co., for eight to 11 hours.
3 p. m., Miss Jean Kay Friend became ,
moved, from, the soil before implement Miami.; and Leedy, Wheeler and Low readings included: .
has increased its shareof the bride of Walter E.
cultivation was practical and Alieman Orlando. I Belle Glade, 29 moderate frost
the nation's wealth this .year, Stripling in a double ring cere-
these rocks were piled'in continuous Council agreed to study the thin ice; Belle Glade Everglades
moving up several more on mony at the Pahokee First Bap- i
.3 to 4 feet high wall-like piles !! rungs three proposals and to meet later Experiment Station 26, heavy {
the economic ladder during the tist Church with the pastor. Rev. "
between about every fourth row of with representatives of the firms, 'Guthrie frost; 20-Mile Bend, 24, heavy<< I.
year the Florida State Chamberof Colvard officiating.The .
sugarc ;1e. Because of a weed according to Miss Patricia Bat- frost and ice. Indiantown, Hood :: t
Commerce said yesterday."Florida's bride is the of '
problem in the rocks the practiceis chelor, city clerk.Councilman Groves, 38, frost; Moore Haven,
economic Mrs. Dennis L. Friend of Pahokee
gowing ,
to move these rocks by hand Lloyd Hundley was I 36, heavy frost; Port Mayaca, 31 .t
stature 'shows up well in almost and the late Dennis L. Friend, and
labor every year or two into an appointed as supervisor of parks I at one station and 29 at another; '
every category in a comparison of the groom is the son of Mr. and \
adjoining clean middle. Dr. Stokes and Boy Scout Beach on Lake Serrales Farm, U. S. 27 south of .
the state's proportion of national Mrs. Ben F. Stripling of Stuart.
traveled to Mauritius and the sev- Okeechobee, Miss Batchelor re- South Bay, 25, Brown Farm Road .41
\ totals in 1957 and 1962. The total Those attendance were relativesof
eral sugarcane countries in comp- ported. Councilman Karl Mindlin kenaf Farm, 24; Florida Sugar, 23;
income received by Floridians is a the bride and from
any with Dr. E. V. Abbott, Prin- was appointed supervisor of ad- Okeelanta Sugar Refinery, 20;
good example as it stood at 2.23 Stuart, Pahokee and Dothan, Ala-
cipal Pathologist in charge of the I ministration, the fire departmentand Muck City, 25.
per cent of the total personal income bama.
U.s.D.A. Field Stationat the breakwater the lake
Sugarcane II on In the Glades there are
earned in the nation in 1957 The young couple is residing in approx-
Houma Louisiana. front.
and at 2:50 cent estimated for Stuart until their new home is imately .129.000 acres of sugar
This, was the first meeting of I I I Council authorized the city clerkto cane and 70,000 to 80,000 acres of
1962. The small per cent gain represents completed at the Allapattah
the new year and the new slate of advertise for a raw water pump vegetables under cultivation.
I millions when ex- Ranch near Indiantown where the
many ,
officers were in charge with Dr. F. I I and a high service pump for the Along the coast there are slightlymore
pressed in dollars and'places Floridians \I groom is employed.
New Pahokee water works.
Douglas Wilson presiding. than net under
.. ._ 20,000 acres
income at $11 billion plus ,-- ----- oeENTERTAIN ; -
committee chairmen announced by cultivation, all within the Lake
for the This total income
President Wilson were as follows: HOME FROM NEW YORK Worth Drainage District
represents expanding
Preston H. Dunckelman, Pro- Mrs. E. C. Johnson returned .
sumer markets but because of a
gram Chairman. Tuesday from Farmingdale, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Simonson en-
greater population growth, the Mr. and Mrs. Grady Echols and
Hiram Whittemore, Member- where she visited relatives for tertained members of the Vesper
per capita income of Floridians daughter, Teryl, visited his sister,
ship Chairman. several days. She was accompanied Choir at their home on Bacom

Carl O. Grassl, Educational does not fare so well. In 1957 it I home by her mother, Mrs. S. B. Point Road, following the evening Mrs. Ola Cammack at Fort Myers:
was 89 cent of the national
Chairman. per Henderickson, who plans to make I services at the Pahokee First Sunday, where she is critically ill
and estimates for 1962 ini
Griffin Bell, Fellowship Chair-, average i her home in Pahokee. I! Methodist Church, Sunday night. in the hospital.PL1c1B55.
dicate a drop to 85 per cent in I
man. 1962. iI I ___ ________ ___ h ___'__ __ _______ ____
Bascom A.' Belcher, Public Relations -
"Gross income of Florida farm
Chairman. I I TfiFfiSF&WtfiTWiTWfffi
I ers and growers made up 2.22 percent I II
Mr. announced that
I of the national figure in 1957
the program for the nent monthly :
I and 2.43 per cent in 1961. Incom-
meeting would be held at the
plete returns for 1962 show the :1
Community Building in Canal I '
probability of a slight drop this
Point and at the Sugarcane Field

Station. year.Assets I
Florida banks
Guests of the Club were F. le from 1.70 per ot cent of national grew in' tone{ 511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

Grand; Sugarcane Agronomist,
j 1957 and 1.82 per cent this year; I'
Everglades Experiment Station tiA LIB I S and SERVICE
j life insurance. force 1.92 per j r
and Dr. Paul Thayer, Pathologist,
i j cent and 2.41 per cent; private !

Everglades Experiment. Station. 1 savings in savings and loan shares I f Heating Air Conditioning Appliance ,
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4.04 per cent and 4.67 per cent of.I ,

Mental Health To national; and internal revenue collections i y w&yg&yyj; I1Y.4Il.MjJ.v l W.JMlll.\l.I! l.Y.I ..l liMlI iMlI Il.lliMlJ1WW; l.\l.Ii1.Wi1..YJI }'W .;

1,29 per cent and 1.49 per
Get County BoostThe .
cent. 1 -- -
County Commission this I "Measures in volume, rather i ." ;" ,..

week agreed to try and work out a :I than in dollars, include electric

land title for transfer of the property power production at 1.96 per cent 1962

'to the Mental Health Association in 1957 and 2.49 per cent this year. DECEMBER

Passenger car registrations stood I
as a site for a new association I
operating headquarters. 'I at 3.02 per cent and 3.38 per cent. j t SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

Rabbi Irving Cohen, association : "During the interval, Florida's ,1 1i '

spokesman, told the commissionthat population pushed upward from ] n
2.47 per cent in 1957 to 2.94 per
there were four lots

able on Fern St. near the county cent this yar. Total employment in $(aifc Gi ijte( OIle, MOfitfu gflle.. a J 9ToMCeiueI '

health department building which non-farm establishments in the

would be suitabe for a new head- state moved from 2.15 per cent to

quarters sites for the County Red 2.51 per cent and manufacturing

Cross and the Mental Health employment from about one per

group. Three'of the lots are owned cent in 1957 to 1.32 per cent this

by the city and the fourth soughtby year. Florida's larger proportion of : JUILJ.! ;

the association is controlled by population than of non-farm employment -

the city, having been deeded to reflects the effect of a

West Palm Beach by the county large number of retirees among

; for public use but not for sale. I! the state's residents."

The tempt commision to gain title said to it the would one at-lot I I I PAHOKEE- (J {J ] f.1 '

the and in Mental turn make Health it available association to, I j Senior High School I I X@ <

lease i
probably on a agreement. .
, I I All "A's" I I ,.
} 10th Grade: Faye; Elliott, Will- .'

Seaman Apprentice Ronnie ola Tyson. I" 8 'II. r
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Crosby, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. O.
11th grade: Diane Hollon, Way
of Pahokee returned to his
Crosby I.
I I ne Hundley, Linda Sheffield. .
base at Norfolk. Virginia, Tues- .
12th Grade: Linda Adams, Con- I

day, following a 14-day leave. I stance Singletary Amy Young. tL'y ..!'
After! month tour of duty at ;

... Norfolk,, Seaman. Crosby will enter HONORABLE"B" or better MENTION 111 t. '' ':: t.J. "t= AN ELECTRIC GIFT SAYS THILHH9 :

.. ftfr' ) school at' I ::r2 .
- Bainbridge, Maryland, 12th Grade: Wayne Boynton, : 25 "Merry Christmas" ALL YEAR l.
for 24 weeks of training as a radio- 'llj'Jft -
Johnnie Busbee, Roy Goodson, Ha- I; L .

man. zel, Holley, Robert Kennedy, Rob- i ..-trt: :

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ert Lanipi II, Syble Parker, Jorge tl ,, .. -- :>

Perez, Douglas Potter, Heather 1
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Sullivan W. L. Wi --m''j-H-m' : w.f'l
NAME Reed, David r
Willadene .., .......
Toni Todd, .
Notice is hereby given that the Thompson, <..< :x:::;::>::

undersigned, under the provisionsof Todd Crate Tucker Ronnie Tuck- .

Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, I er, Peggy Turner, Jimmie' Vande- g :w: { j weE ?

Acts.of 1941, will register with the grift, and Velma Williams. no ugh

Clerk of the Circuit Court in and 11th Grade: Loretta Barfield,

for Palm Beach County ,Florida, David Beede, Bruce Boynton

upon receipt of proof of publication Tommy Brock, Paula Bryant, Wil- GIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLYWhy 7

of this notice, the fictitious name, ma Cooper, Harry Cunningham,

towit: Barbara Davis, Raybeth Gray,
fret and stew about what to give? This Christmas,
Carol Hatton, Gloria King, Walter
A&B CONSTRUCTION give Electrical Gifts, right straight down your list..and .
COMPANY Parker, Charles Pell, Jann Plum- I,; everyone will be glad you did! An Electrical Gift is pop-

Pahokee, Florida eer Hazel Sheppard. Roger SlmI I I 'r ular..practical..preferred! It's always in good taste ._

Under which we are engaged in I onson. Linda Wilson, and Walter '5 ,; ..always sure of a hearty welcome in any home. And

business in Pahokee Palm Beach I Young. II III I 2 yM it keeps on giving for-years! au

County. Florida. That the parties 10th Grade: Ernest Batista, y Visit your favorite store today and see the marvel- 1 J.

interested in said business are: Freddy McKee, Patrick Murphy, Llit 3 t13 ous selections. And remember: this year, the NEW \ r

Robert Allred, Pahokee Fla., and Join Parker Linda Reid Lidia LOOK in gifts is ELECTRIC! r

Kenneth Barnes, Pahokee, Fla. Valslla and Larry Wright.9th ri

. That the firm name is: Grade: Tamara Branch, Ted ik

A&B Construction CompanyBy Butler Glenda Crews, Patsy Davis GET THIS 32. GEtl&
Jtft L
e 10tfa& lamelCSS z :
Robert Allred Lawanda Edmondson Terry FREE.BOOKLET .. : : ,

; To be published once a week for Hall. Nancy Harrington, Larry at tfcctrcaf tpptacc Horn."A J..AHO ELECTRIC QIVINO TOO :. '>
four successive weeks in a news- Harris Ethel Johnson Audrey 'Tfesavy II CknstmasMas" i

paper of general circulation in McDowell Michael Sanders. Calvin I knjMw to iiitn yow your koKty.mfcMtf FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY t.; ,

Palm Beach County. 1 Spooner Reid Tillery. and Jose- SUILDr "OltiDA .1 -. 4 .>

Pub.: Dec. 1, 14, 21, 28. 1962 phine Young.

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