The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 13, 1964
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note:
Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note:
Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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Mrs. W. S. Cross Hurt 6,949 County Folks

Millionaire Has 40 Years Doing One Thing When She Falls From

Receive Aid

Big Things Store Mrs.: W. S. Cross is a patient in
WellThat's Us Here At the local hospital following a taU Welfare
State Dep.Rev.
in which she suffered'several .
For Talisman Corp., broken ribs and multiple bruises.

OfficeBy and son-in-law; Mr
News Her daughter
The Everglades and Mrs. Doyle Branyon of Mel- Paul M. Cassen, Chairmanof
out Board of
herewith 10 Welfare
The story produced bourne arrived Sunday,to visit her.
of the' Miami Herald will be of'interest to remain the State Department of Public
to sugar cane growers in ( Paul Rardin) came off the press. For those 6- several Mrs. Branyon days. Rev.plans Walter Cross of Welfare,,reported that In Palm

south Florida because it has to Forty years ago day before yes month wonders in the cane grow- i Lake City is expected this ,week Beach County 6949 Persons were

do with the future of one of the terday-March 11, 1924-the first ing business, let us say that cane for visit with his mother and assisted in the four categories 'of

bilggest mills,on Lake OkeechobeeThe issue of'this great palladium of the was being grown here in 1924. then a plans to conduct a revival at public assistance for the month of'

Talisman Corporation. family fireside came off the press 'I' Exactly 900 acres. It was locatedas the first Methodist church in Lake February, 1964.
Sharp increase in sugar cane here in Canal Point. Since that follows: Harbor. A total of 2060 persons receivedOld

acreage and also in capacity ol I eventful day, luck has been on our Canal Point ... ... ,.. 800 acres Arfe Assistance in the amountof

the grinding mill are being planned I' side and not a single weekly issue i South Bay. .., ........ 32 acres $99,444. 118 persons receivedAid
by William D. Pawley, multi has been missed-although once or Kraemer Island 40 acres Scholarship Will to the Blind, totaling 6865.

millionaire' Miami financier, new twice during, hurricane and flood,, Pahokee .., . .. 4 acres 1069 families, representing 3,461
president of the financially-plag such as 1928-it was necessary to Belfe Glade . .... 24 acres children, received Aid to Dependent -
ued Talisman Corporation. call on east coast neighbors to Be Available For Children in the amount of

Circuit Judge James R. Knott print a couple of issues of tho Total 900 acres $4,311. 460 persons received Aid

entered an order Thursday ending paper. Harvest was starting on the first GraduateDr. to the Disabled in the amount of
receivership of Talisman and dismissing A lot of speckled perch have of 1,000 acres of tomatoes. Folks $24,407.In .
receiver Thomas P. Cald- been caught out of the West Palm were looking forward to the com- addition 502 children receiv

well.Pawley Beach canal since that day four ing of the railroad. They also were V. D. Stone Chairman of cd service during the month, 230
became president and decades ago when this newspaperfirst expecting Conner's Highway to'bo Chapter of whom were in foster homes. Tho
Beach County
Ernest J. Hewett, Miami attorney saw the light of, day. Your opened to West Palm Beach. Yes the Palm announcingthat total state and local cost for these
is '
who has been serving as president writer has been here at the helm of boat traffic was the order of the March: $400.00 of gift scholarship, Is child welfare services 'was $16-

became vice president. the paper for 30 years of that 10 day then. Several acres of green a 19Q1 graduating 526.54.
Contacted 'Friday at the mill at year period. Only two men servedin beans were being harvested and available for any high school in There were 15 adoption petitions
his holdings about a dozen position be- 15c senior any studied for the Circuit Court.
!; new .the editor-publisher the farmers were paying per to be used
Beach County
miles south of South Bay off U. S. fore I arrived. Those 30 years have hamper,for picking. Carter's Store Palm) health education in the following These"are children placed in homes

27, Pawley said "we are going to been wonderful ones for Mrs. Rar in 'Canal Point was being publicized toward fields: registered nurse, occupational Independent of service through a

develop the property. din and me. as' the "only store in the therapist-.''physiotherapist licensed child' -placing agency and
"We are shooting for between In the mechanical department of world .to"buy''a' carload of fish the 'Welfare Board is responsible

. 14,000.and 15,000 acres of cane for, the ,newspaper-is one man-J. r. hooks." physician. Miss Anne according to law to make these reports -
.. Last recipient,
w year's
the coming hao/es\ s n. We (Jake) Platt who will) rack up In looking over the first issue we successfully ,com to the court.
have 12,860 acres scheduled for, thirty years with us come next found that Homer Vivian was McLaughlin, has, student In addition to ''Mr. Cassen, Palm
first semester as a
. '(continued. .on- page 8)) February. He is,a,native of Taylor mayor of Pahokee, Dr. D. S. Spooner pleted in her the Nursing Program at Beach District County Ten welfare is represented board by on J.the F.,

county Florida and with his family was president of the city coun- Palm Beach Junior College. Miss
of the council Thomas, Jr. of West Palm Beach.
Wants No Delay In has lived in Pahokee for many, were cil. Other A. R.members Rice, O. B. McClure, L. McLaughlin is a graduate School.of Card J. T. McMurraln, Delray Beach,

years. inal Newman High Mrs. Wilda Tufts, Lantana and
many and E. G. Kilpatrick
L. Stuckey Esther
1962 recipient, Miss
Rock But, let's look back a little and Town Clerk was J. H. Cason and The Mrs. M. H. Bleech; Pahokee.
Pumping Stringer, a graduate of ,.
see what was going on when the Town Marshal was Thomas Dick- High School, is in her senior yea - -

of The Everglades News son, Sr.Funeral. at Florida I i
For Glades Roads first issue at the School of Nursing Officers ,Named
- ---- ---- A & M. in Tallahassee.

.., Services For Th selection committee consist I
County Commissioners this week Legislative Act Week's Mother of Dean Paul Glynn Chairman, For Pahokee PTAThe
Mrs. and Mis
appealed to the State Road De Dr. C. L. Brumback, <

partment not to delay stocking Board 'Ruth Ranson. Applications and T.
piling material to be'used for road Funeral services were held Mon complete information may be ob Pahokee A. met :Mon-

construction in the Glades. day at 2 p. m. for Mrs. Essie Mac tamed by writing to Dean Pan day night a(,,8OO: p. m. and opened

Commissioner Paul Rardin, Ca Beach ControlCounty Waldon, mother of Mrs. Jacob I Glynn, Dean of Student Personnel, with the flag ceremony given by
: nal Point, said a contractor who Weeks, in Okeechobee at the Bap Palm Beach Junior College, Lak< Boy Scout Troop 628. Rev. Hall

bid in the job, now wants to delay tist church. Local friends attendIng Worth, Florida. gave the devotional. J. H.' Wilkinson
\ start of pumping the material Commissioners learned were Mrs. Llllie Chance, Mr The scholarship will be awarder presented Robert O. Lamp!

The board agreed to send 'a tel.. this week that a special legislative and Mrs. James Weeks, Richard on ability and financial need. The and the Pahokee High School band
the board J. G. Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. applications will be or .
gram to the State Road Depart- act which gave Weeks, deadline for which presented a short concert.In
ment, strongly protesting any delay authority to control installation of Joe Guerry of Belle Glade,711rs. W or before August 1. 1964. Final the business meeting the recommendation -
in stock piling the material, groins and other beach,structures, H. 'McCarty of Belle Glade Mrs. decision rests In the hands of the of the executive

.,- I baa been wiped out by a legislative Julian, Hodges and Elmer Upthe- (Continued on Page 8)) board for the nominating committee
in the last session. - recommended -
Purchase. act passed grove. was accepted. Those
:,' .:: Dredge II Up to this time, the county - were Mrs. Clark Wilkinson ,

1 Renewed, By Board board issued permits for structure' Sunrise ServicePlanned Celery $5 A Crate Gene Gore, Ray Hawk and

'.., aimed at preventing beach eros- Mr. Marion Watkins
"' by, the ion, seawalls etc., but the new announced that there are
Purchase of, a dredge And Corn Is $4.50That It.w.,,
t county commission, which has act puts control of these projectsat PahokeeThe now 451 paid up members of the

... been held up for weeks because of the state capitol. P. T. A. with 100 percent teacher
a question of patent rights, was Under the ,new law, jurisdictionof delectable weed-celery- mrticipatlon. Mrs. Beaulah Doe

given the green light this week by the beach erosion projects, be- Ministers of the Pahokee is bringing in pure gold to those won the room count award for

the county's legal department.The comes the responsibility the division Churches in their last meeting laid who are growing it this season the elementary school and Rolland

commission planned to pur of beaches and shores, a plans for the annual Easter Sunrise This week the price on celery in.. Kahle for the high school.
in county new branch of the Florida Board will feature a
chase a dredge for use The service again 90.0O per crate and things look The April meeting
parks, from a Nashville firm. The of Conservation.In Service. at'Lair'' Field like it might go ::, higher before afthlon show by members of the
will be held
cancelled the future, the county attorney this year class. Refresh-
later economics
purchase order was I will Saturday night. There Is a possibllty home
time of the service
commission, and the
advised the
threatened suit boosted served in the cafeteria
because of a that the price may be ments were
over patent rights. property owners seeking permits be 6:00 a. m. another half dollar. by Mrs. Lewis Walker, Mrs. Oscar
will be deliveredby
County Attorney Harry Johnston for ocean front improvementsshould The message The recent freeze took its toll of} Dobrow, Mrs. Hal Bovle and ?'.Ir*.
of th3
told the commission Monday;;. make' -application direct to Rev. of J. W.God.Hughs The music Pastt-will be growing corn but what is left in Arthur Nagler.H. .
state.Special. Church -- .
has been the to
that a court injunction bringing a dandy price )
. the choir of the Nazarene C hur- sure
issued, halting the ,argument over by the grower-$4.50 per crate. There ., L. Carter has returned to htJIC

patent rights. Services ch.The pastors of the Baptist andMethodist aren't many offerings right 'now home after being a .patient. In
board moved to reissue lucky Everglades Memorial 1t,.pttal.
The county For Glades Church :: churches will also have but several farmers are
the purchase order and in an- enough to have a little corn and
..... in the service.
bids part forlease
other action voted to call for mopping up. FILLING STATION Site
they are
Colvard, president
for dredge pipe and other material March 15 through March 22 has Rev. Guthrie association and Pastor Beans-and there aren't many in on Muck City Road between .
needed to get the dredge In opera- been set as a date for special of the Church, is the Lake Region-are quoted this Streamline Quarters and
of the First Baptist
to be held at Glades Bap-
meetings location
week all the from $4.50 per Conner Highway. Ideal
to plan to attend way
tion.Action tist' Church which meets at the urging the people mall rest. ,
to get the dredge pro- service. damper, to $6.0O with offering for service station and
ject back on the road was! pushedby Lions Club building Jn.Pahokee. this important. very light. Last week one grower aurant. For fun particulars get in
Commissioner George WarrenIn The pastor is Rev. 'J. L. Wolf 'and I garnered mm much. fT.OO( per touch with Paul Rardin, Cant:

Schroder bad mm recent
the preacher for the special services Mr*. Helen 924-2661 between ..
whose district the machinery Mrs. BuI'IW'' hamper for his offerings of thebeen Point Fla., or phone
will be put into use., dredging I fill will be John H. Green of:I guests Kartwrt, Mr.,. Pa.and. tender vegetable. 8 a. m. and 5 p. m.r .
J at
for Lake Idapark. r- EndJcott, N .7 Sect J

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Florida 33438 r1: #' -r ]8'riday'.- Marcb..13.: 1964
Page Two ..I _....___ ._ ,. .__ The Everglades New Canal Point --

Record Catches Are :S6rt>riiy Me+ tjhg' l' Governor's Race s? Off r

Bririg-irigr Cash Held On Monday (C To Fast Start With '

Rewards To :MattyFT Six Running :i iI'
The Phi Gamma Nu chapter of
Beta, Phi met March* 9, at
I ) ilHfERS :Record' catches TAMPA The campaign for
the Home of Mrs. Joann Gamot.
ttlllIJII and, 'c'a'sh! awards ,promise it profitable Miss\Barbara: Russell was introduced I'governor of Florida started with a
spring, find summer for FlorIda -, as ek transfer member and 'vengeance in Tampa recently
ffsfiermen;; competing f in the ,Accented: tfie' position of Service when eight governor hopefuls appeared -
I Schlitz 1964 fourth strimiai l Fishing: P'rHjeCt j ; Chairman.. 'I on the same platform six

Derby. A report, Was g1v"eft;! i by Mrs Democrats and two Republicans.The .
' The Derby del iti previous rl? years, Gamot: on tries'' riorpftty city cduricif occasion c: was a meeting of
r f is conducted in cooperation'with : me'eting hejdirecerItly' She also I'the i .rfomebullders Association of
the Florida Game and Fresh Water Tampa. Democratic candidates appearing -
called a board meetingfor March
Fish Commission and the Flor- I included Sen.. John IJ:.
The.Rardin Buirdittg,In Can .Poi ifl Florida'THE ida Board of Conservation. Its fish. 16.for It the was social announced vWll that bV' the changed date Mathews Fred Karl Scott Kelly
: ;
tagging program, provides information from March 21 to March 20(}*'. Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson and
tp ad fish management I Jacksonville's Mayor Haydoa
Miss: Cynthia Turbeyille7 presented -
while'all costs'are -i ? Burns. Republicans
projects defrayed attending were
the program entitled "Delightful -
THE EVERG1A&ES NEWSServing : ; '.by the,Jos. Schlitz! .,.Brewing Co..I.II to Know - UnforgetablSCharacters' Ken Folks and H. B. Foster.
I The ,event ruM for four month'sin ." Governor candidate's' missing:
: the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without each of four geographic zones. : I from the Tampa lineup included

Interruption Every Week: for Nearly 40 Years The current Derby opened February Democrat'' Mayor Robert- King

Established March 11* 1924 Published Every Friday 1 in Zone 1 in Southwest ALBERTA TAYLOR CIRCLEMrs. High of Miami and Republican

Subscription frice $2.OO Year In AdvanceThe Florida.Florida and'So far Zone'this' 2 year in Southeast 105 tag- Alberta Taylor was guest Charles.:'Holleygf} |t. Petersburg.

speaker at the Alberta Taylor circle : '
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn ged fish have been caught. HOME FROM GERMANY
: of the Canal Point ,Baptist
Canal Point Florida; as Second Class' Matter '5-S I :Mr. .a 1d'' Mrs.' H' C. Clark wili
Church Tuesday night. Mrs. Taylor -
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elarbee motor to Miami to meet'their
Rardiri Owner Editor Publisher after whom the circle is named -
have returned to their home after
'daughter Mrs. John
spoke of her experiences in
a stay in Georgia where Mr. Elar- Rob- who is
working'wIth migrants. Mrs. arriving by plane from
Rolling.: Billboards 19-Safety-4 Program bee attended a school Iii Atlanta ert Arrieta program chairman, Bitsburg Germany. Mrs. Gandy

Will Advertise ProvingPopular and Mrs. Elarbee visted relativesin presided. Mrs. James Gibson will plans to visit her parents about 6
Tifton. ,be hostess to the April meeting. I weeks.
S State Orange Juice .r .
ALLAHAS'S'E'EThe Florida
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Junior Chamber Commerce will

LAKELAND-More than 1,000 make an all-out effort to carry +++ +++<. + ++< '+ +< H h .

rolling billboards which carry the 19-SAFETY-4 campaign into ... '0< 0" ., ,
Florida orange juice advertising every community in Florida, CodyL. .,
messages along the nai ton's high- Bailey, state Jaycee presidenthas -, : i i0
ways will receive a faceliftingwhen announced. + "" & : t' ', .
the' first of the Florida Citrus Bailey who is also a member of .. ( ..
Commission's newest posters the Florida Industrial Safety Committee -
go' up on the sides of commercial I said that the 19-SAFETY-4 Phone 9245511Pahokee .
Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
trailer units which transport froz- program will be incorporated with :. ...
en concentrated orange juice to such Jaycee safety programs as
market. traffic bicycle, teen-age safe drivIng f SALES and SERVICE 't j

The new posters depict i a glassof and the statewide vehicle
orange juice, framed by clusters safety check. .F Heating Air Conditioning Appliances'.

of fresh oranges. At the top The state Jaycee executive. com- .. >S>'
of the poster is the message, "O J. mittee and board of directors un- "+ ++++++++;. .*.++": ..)-+ +'*5*.0|'+++<" .

Is On The Way", while at the bot- animously adopted ,the 1 :'SAFETY 0' _. ._. ___ .___ ._ ______ _
tom is, "The Real Thing, From -4 as a project' for the --- ,
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Florida" year after it was presented to them
More than 1,400 trailers were by State Industrial Commission J
carrying the citrus posters at the Chairman Worley Brown at the
time of the severe December'1962 group's winter conference in Pan.

freeze which brought a halt to.. ama City. "Local Jaycee groups

most of the' commission's advertising will stage concentrated safety ,. .
efforts., Last spring when programs in community of .
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funds once again were available, the state," Bailey said: ., ,r'-.J.: > :Z'i( !i':. I ) ",
the commission purchased addi- He explained that local Jaycee 1 , ..
tional posters and since May another liaison safety committees would .? -
1,000 'trailers were supplied :work In cooperation' with civic .Ii .. -b
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with the advertising material groups, local business firms, press 1
A commission representative' is radio and television to bring the
devoting full time to servicing importance of safety to everyone. I
trucking companies and' truck -
terminals with the posters. Any
March Meeting Of
company or driver wishing to have 5
, a poster placed on a trailer may Canal Point WSCSThe .
contact the commission office, in L' ..
Lakeland. .
. March meeting the' Cartkl l LiGars.
Point Methodist WSCS met in the

Patterson'' Circle old parsonage and voted to donate
$15 to Polly Lassiter and her rural -
In Regular M'e'etingThe : Christian workers. An offering for ( r ,

the same beneficiary was collectedat f
lone Patterson circle of the the spiritual life book study
Canal Point Baptist church met in which was held Tuesday and p; >a i:'
the'' Sunday school building of the Thursday at the Canal Point Meth-
church with Mrs. J. D. Latham odist Church. The book was taughtby .
serving as hostess. Mrs. Lawrence Rev. Bob Shelley.Mrs. .
Stewart taught the remainder of Ell McCall presented the
the study course book "Apogee"". program topic, "He is Risen". She '_ "
The community mission for this was assisted by Mrs. Boyd Vor- AS
month Is soul winning. hees Mrs. Ida Blanchard and Miss

..-. Sadie,Wilson of Miami, who was A
HOME TO SAVANNAH visitor. Refreshments were servedat

:Mr. and; Mrs. Pete Bender havo the close,of the meeting by Mrs.
returned to their home In' Savannah Pope, Sears.
Ga., after spending'tWo weeks .
as the guests, of her' brother-in- Mr: and Mrs J. H. Bordeaux

Ww and sister, Mr.. and Mrs. J. C. were the recent, guests of his .
Uock'and sister, Mrs. J.'D. Hooks. brother in Ft. Lauderdale. .

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Fabulous SO CLEANI No soot no fumes,no blackare glamor-styled with the "buHtia"look. .'

ened pans. Walls and curtains stay Colors too. |I a ,,,
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SO FAST! Supewpeed units start heating
PALM BEACH iuhWkl GLUT ,. COOL Pure nameless electric heat '
SO instt ntjy, .Foods cook in lass iratar
,'. cooks the food-not the cook.Goodbye ...retain. ,more a.-or and Titaminfl. I .,
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You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the . '. "M. ,.
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Page Four 1 The!Everglades News Canal Point, Florida 33438 ,.. .- Friday,. March 13, 1964:
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l Mrs.Jerry Rutherford and'baby 'the1 home of his grandparents: Mr.

I son Daniel, were recent visitors in and Mrs. Earl Maxson, where
Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting he
1 the
1LCAL Orlando where they were
\ had been staying. They returned
' Beach guests of her' !sister-in-law and
Of The Palm .
; f ... 1, "' family. together to their home In West

! County Commission Miss Velma Williams is expected Palm Beach.

Saturday from Mercer Univer Ed Edmonson is a patient in the
local hospital after suffering a
-------------------------------- --- --- - -- - in Macon. Ga., to spend her
j, sity heart attack. He is reported to bs
that lands to the .
It front : county.In
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appears Karl Watson Is a patient tn
spring holidays with her parents,
offered to the county commissionfor other actions this week the doing very well.D. .
Everglades Memorial Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams in Pa-
possible purchase are privately commission: after Thurs- his
undergoing surgery hokee. P. Hughes returned to
owned and not state owned as Revised a contract for construc- day morning.
home Friday after undergoing a
was first reported.The tion of a bridge over Canal 15 ex- Mrs. :Max Beverly is reported to series of tests at St. Mary's Hos-
county board learned, this tension between Boynton Beach Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grimes be recovering nicely after recent pital in West Palm Beach.
week that''a misunderstanding be- and Delray Beach, dropping the visited their son Cliff at Admiral surgery in TJhomasville, Ga.
tween two. departments of the construction cost to $71,300 froman Farragut Academy In St. Peters Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Powell have
State II Board-one that buys and: original estimate of $79,350. burg where he' is confined with Mr. and Mrs. Charles :Maxson returned from Georgetown, Ill.,
one that sells-lands for recrea- Asked the State Road Depart- measles. were guests of relatives in Miami" where they were called by the

tional purposes, got their signals ment to conduct traffic signal Mr. and Mrs. H. over the weekend. death of her mother.CLASSIFIED .
J. Anderson had .
crossed. surveys at the intersection of.High -
as recent guests his brotherinlawand Mr. and Mrs. Will Nason returned -
Lands offered to the countyall Ridge Road and Lantana West ,ADS PAY
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart from a trip to Key West this
of I it in the north end of the Road and at Ocean Ave. and SR BIO DIVIDENDSStation
Staples of Greenport, L. I., N. Y. weekend and joined their son at
county-were actually listings In AlA in Boynton Beach. ,.
: the land acquisition department Heard that the county first pay-
: for possible purchase by the state ment under a new state law licensing -

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Woman's Club Will Essley, candidate for the

position of Superintendent of

Pick New OfficersThe Public Instruction, was entertainedwith
a "Coffee" Saturday night, ServiceAND ;
March 7, at the home of Mr. ,and

Pahokee Woman's Club met Mrs. Claude Shirley. Mr. Essley

Wednesday, March 11 with Mrs. C. was accompanied to Pahokee by
M. Todd, president presiding, Mrs. his wife Faye and Toby Craft.
'R. F. Hurt gave the ,invocation Hostesses with Mrs. Shirley were
after which Mrs. Glenn Powell Mrs. J. W. Brown, Mrs. J. H. Wilk-
presented Mrs. Wells Telson, district inson, Mrs Lee Wroten and Mrs.

10 director of the Palm Beach Lee Shirley. : TTAURANET
County Federation of Womens --4 .

clubs. Mrs. June Culberson
Mrs. Telson spoke on "The Gen- --
Last T "0 (WW*" *
Wedding FridayIn
eral Federation Women's Clubs"In = .
her, talk she pointed out that -
there are 800,000 members of the a candle light ceremony before ---- FOR .: =-=
federation with 16,000 members In an altar banked with fern andy --
00 states and 53 countries and low and white glladioli, Mrs. . '
territories. Mrs. Telson also noted June Culberson became the brideof > / { }
that the Womans club is the larg- Bob Hasty. The wedding took

est womens organization in the place Friday night in the chapelof : Lease -_
world. the First Methodist Church, I! _

Mrs. Powell in behalf of the Pa- Rev. John Briley, officiated. ; -
hokee club presented, :Mrs. Telson The bride wore a yellow nubby ; f ":
with a white orchid which was linen suit featuring a box jacket : -
donated by Mrs Billy Ray Mosleyand and long sleeves' her veiled small =: :- t A >.c..,, ..A.1I'I'. A A\>"'';)o'1.'"';'.41'''').'' _
a white milk glass vase. hat matched her suit. She carrieda "
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Miss Diane Hollon, student mem- cascade of orchid carnations ,= i \.. -'. ==
ber presented her guest Miss Linda centered with a' white orchid. Her -- S \' -

Wilson, a senior at Pahokee High only,attendant was her,slater- Miss:' _-j ....,.'", J' LOCATED ON =
School. Two new members were Sherry, Holcomb ,of :Belle Glade =.: t ==
welcomed into the club. Mri. Her dress was a sheath in match *"*
Charles Lewis and Mrs. "Ernest. ing color and texture of the brides -
Maxwell. and she also wore' a small match-
Mrs. Jennie McKinstry, chair- ing veiled hat. Her bouquet was a =: M uck CitySTATE Road -
man of the nominating committee cascade of orchid carnations.Best -
presented the following names for man was Russell Hasty
1964.65'officers, President, Mrs. i twin brother of the groom. Ushers
Lewis Friend; First Vice Presi- were Ron Ter Haar and Ron Mc-
dent and program chairman Mrs. Anally. Pianist was Barney Griggs!, ( ROAD 717)) ::
i. 15. C. Johnson; Second Vice Presi- cousin of the groom. H. E. Me-
dent 'and Finance Chairman, Mrs. Swain was soloist and was accompanied -
Leon Spooner; Recording Secre- by Mrs. Julia Bishop; all
tary, Mrs. E. B. Gamble; Corresponding are' from Sanford. BETWEENSTREAMLINE :
secretary, ,Mrs. Glenn Hostesses for the reception were = ""'
Powell; Treasurer, Mrs. Jennie Mrs. Duncan Padgett, Mrs. Lee =
McKinstry; Parliamentarian, Mrs. Shirley and Mrs. Lee Wroten. Miss I
R. F' Hurt; Auditor, Mrs. Wiley Dianne Holcomb was at,'the guest _
Tillls. book and Mrs. 'Betty Woods, Mrs.
It was announced that at the Edward Culberson and Mrs. Jim ;:
March 25: meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Lowe served at the brides table. .
Glenn Powell will present a travel The table was laid with a white
talk and pictures taken on their lace cloth and centered with a silver =
\ trip to Alaska. pyramid candelabra'and white ANDCONNERS S ==

- tapers, yellow' hibiscus and fern = =
surrounded the punch bowl.
VISIT IN QUINOY Out-of-town guests were Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Billy Ray Mosley' and Mrs. Cecil A. Tucker, Mr. and ;;
have returned from a trip to north : HIWAY
Mrs. Brent
B. F. Griggs ; Barney
Florida where visited rela- H
they and Brenda Griggs, Mr. and Mrs. : .
tives. They were guests of former Ed Alderman; Mr. and Mrs.H. E. ': :=

T.Pahokee W. Byrd residents in Quincy., Mr. and Mrs. McSwain, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bish- (STATE ROAD 70*) _
op all of Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. ;;; S '

--- Russ, Hasty, David and Deborah ,,: "
Hasty Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Cates,

tel.tives ) Shirley Griggs Jacksonville, Mrs. == =

ing his discharge from the1 United Ped Hasty. Zellwood,' Mrs. Kate == THE OLD TIN BARN. BIG ENOUGH FOR A -. -
Holcomb. Belle Glade. '
States Air Force. He has Just returned -
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from a tour of duty in STATION AND A
Frankfurt, Germany. ATLANTA VISITORSMr. ..
and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs had LOTS OF PARKING-
4 as their guests over the weekend '

their daughter and family, Mr. and -" PLOT IS 100 FEET DEEP -T
Mrs. Alvin Garrett and Mike and ,' :
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Matttie of Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and .
to Atlanta ,
Mrs. Garrett returned : "
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'.'''' glades Memorial Hospital follow-

ing an accident in which his truck PAUL RARDIN, CANAL POINT, FLA. _
was struck in the rear by another :==
truck. Mr. Mills Is reported to be
w. in good condition. Phone 8 a. m. 'til 5 p. m. 9242661'f' =

."IB Alton Jones 'of Canal Point en- = = !,

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rs.-Mamie Gandy has returned H

'IBap-** *. / Church""M. to her. mj1 after being.a, patient
s f tf \Everglades Memorial Hospital.

.1..r I:( News Of The Churches I Meets( Jonathan Pahokee Building.L.Lions Wolf Club) -' ..

F SUNDAY SCHOOL 0:45: a. m. Classified AdsjQycLy'

____ .. PREACHING-11:00: a. m. and

South Side Church ; st !l8lY Ifetivity ; 7:30: p. m.zJYpArB.Y... .
3pjAr ))1 ; ;--:30'p.; ?: m.WED. ** 'I all want ads or

. . ,PRAYER-7:0: p. m. classifieds, wish to call
I Of Christ Est l5tU1Ffh 9P fP.sum11. jis you
.a - them, payable in advance from

Belle Glade across from Elder -R.- E."' TJarfieldSUNDAY ... **' ." Four Circles Meet this day forward. Don't phone 'em.
T L. Vicar Write it and dollar bill in
: posing1. drop a
Bowling Alley on Rd. 80
.O.OO: a. m.-Bible Study 9.45 a. m.' -Sunday School : Durng-} The Week"I the envelope if you want it run
11OO Sermon ll:6o: 'a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. in.-Sunday School once. $2 if you want it run twice
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630: p. m.-B. T. C. 11:00. a. m.-Worship Service Must Act" was the title of and so on.
6:30 Service
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p. ... -
7:30 m. :Evening Worship.. ,!!.
p. : : the program presented at the four
6:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study HAVE YOU decided to clear out
TUESDAYS: ChUT h <6f God WMU circles of the First Baptist
the attic and advertise the stuff
7:30 m.-Choir practice.
p. Church March 10. This
St. Peter's Lutheran Tuesday for sale through these columns?
} Highway; was the last in a series of pro-
You'll be how much stuff
7:30 m.-;Midweek Prayer surprised
Church Belle Glade on Christian citizenship.The
Service. Pahokee, Fla. you can get rid of and how much
community mission for
THURSDAY:-Every other week J. W. Hughes, Minister church money you can take in. It only
month new
August Koerber Pastor 7:3O: ,p. m.Ladies Auxiliary Phone 924.3736. members.At is. visiting_ costs $1 to try an ad for a week.

601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade..... .. Meeting. SUNDAY:
SUNDAY. : :' .. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School the Betty Mills circle which FOR SATE: New and Used Willys
met at the of Mrs. Helen
i Divine Services 11 A. M. a. Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn .
,.. Church Christ 11:00: m.-Mol'1lng Worship Wilkinson
.. I Brown, Mrs"Marga"ret
Phone 6-3058.
I Belle Glade.
School 9:45 A. :M. 7:30
: p. Evangelistic Service' '
i assisted by Mrs. Nancy Mullin, Oct. 17-54-ch.
\ 125 N. W. Avenue D Mrs: Shirley Shirley and Mrs.
First Baptist -Phone'wy'6-3867 TUESDAY. : Helen Brown: presented the pro- IS THERE ANYTHING in the attic -

Church Pahokee Belle Glade, Fla. .7:30: p: m.-Prayer Service. gram. Plans were made for a cov- you'd like to convert into
; : SUNDAY SERVICES THURSDAY: ered dish luncheon to be-held in cash? A small classified ad in

10:00 a. m.-Bible Study 7:30: p. m.-Youth for. Christ place of the regular circle meet- this column will turn the trick. .It
Gutbrle W. Colvard. PastorSUNDAY
j 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Service ing in April. At the luncheon a only costs a dollar--cash with or-
I. : 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship - study book entitled "Christian der.
11 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School WEDNESDAY / The Methodist Church Sharing of Possessions" will be
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Mercantile
Company now
7:30 p. m.Ible Study taught by Mrs. Barbara Shirley.
"< ,, 6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship - Canal Point, FloridaRobert The Lottfe Moon Circle met at offers you all the 1964 Singer
6:45 p. m.-Training Union I Sewing Machines and Vacuum
Paul Watson
f the home of Mrs.
WEDNESDAY- : Christian Science A. Shelley Pastor with 13 members and 1 visitor. The cleaners, starting as low as $59.SO.
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service SUNDAY Mrs. G. Parts and service available six
Group Of Canal Point program was presented by
10:00: a. m.-Church School F. Gillis and she was assisted by days a week on all makes. Glades

I The Church Of God Spiritual "Substance"- 'will be I' 11:00 a. m.-:Morning Worship Mrs. Joe Thompson, Airs. W. A. Mercantile Company, 255 East
6:30 ; Youth Mrs. J. Lake Ave in Pahokee. Phone
the all Christian Science p m.- Fellowship Stevens, Mrs. J. C. Mock,
subject,; i,
( Of Prophecy, Pahokee church services next Sunday. 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. P. Herring and Mrs. Marvin Crady. 924-5597. M13pd

Canal Point Road will include MONDAY: i The call to prayer was given by:
Responsive Reading FOR SALE: Cut flowers and pot-
this passage from II Corinthians 3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir practice 'Mrs. Morgan Mullis. ted plants, Poinclanna Nursery.Mrs. .

1 John H. Klnard pastor ((4:18): ) : "We'' look not at the things Mrs. Kyle Hatfield with Mrs. A. H. Scruggs. Located 1 mile
10:00: a. m.-Sunday School which are seen but at the things 2nd MONDAY: Ed Todd as co-Hostess entertainedthe north of Canal Point on 441. Tele-

\ 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service which are not seen: for the things 7:30: p. .-Esther Class meet- Faye Taylor circle. The pro- phone 9247217. M13pd.

I 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service which are seen are temporal: but ingTUESDAY gram 'was presented by Mrs. *

"' 8:00 p. m. Tuesday V.L.B. the things which are. not seen are : Gene Gore, shewas assistedby YOUNG MAN WANTED': To
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. eternal." 8:00: p. .-Woman's Society1st Mrs. Ed Todd, 'Mrs. An- learn office and parts work.

Everyone welcome. Special music Related readings from "Science TuesdayWEDNESDAY nette McCurdy, Mrs. Ralph High school graduate preferred.Must .

and singing. and Health with Key to the 'Scrip- : Crews and :Mrs. Gene Sullivan. be able to write legible hand.

- tures" by Mary Baker, Eddy' will 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting There were 9 members present. Stuart's Farm Service Canal

include the1 following: "As God is - The' Grace Jernigan circle met Point, Fla. M13pd.

Canal Point substance and man is the divine First Methodist with Mrs. Tommie Lee DuBose
.. Baptist Church image and likeness, man should with 12 members present. :Mrs. BUILDING MATERIALS Complete -

l wish for, and in reality has, only Church, Pahokee Mary Henderson presented the line just received. Fir.
1 1I Pine, Moulding Plywood, Roofing.
I Lawrence Stewart Pastor the substance of good, the sub- ., program assisted by Mrs. AlaMae
\ John A. Briley. PastorSUNDAY Watson, Miss Jane Plumer, Mrs. Hardware, Paints, anything you
SUNDAY: stance of Spirit, not matter" (
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need. Will be sold at.reduced prices.
I .{' 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School 301)). :: n Judy Sapp, Mrs.' Maxine Britten, '
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 9:45: a. m.-Church School and Mrs. Cleo Douthit. The April) Cash and Carry Lumber Company
6:30: Union 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship meeting will be held in the homeof 310 S. Barfield Highway, Phone
m.-Training .
p. Of 924-2591 Pahokee. Formerly Pioneer -.
40th Anniversary 6:45 p. m.-MYF Miss Jane Plumer. ,
: p. m.-Evening Worship
. Lumber M13pd.
7:45 m.- Company.
WEDNESDAY: Williamsons NotedMr. p. Evening Worship

7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting rUESDAY: Rev. Hal Hunter Will STORE EQUIPMENT FOR SALE

7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac -Small Ice Cream Cabinet, One
and Mrs. George Ramey en- Show Holy Pictures
The Pahokee Church tertained with a BarBQueMon- ticeWEDNESDAY large pedestal type fan, 3 pair of
day night honoring her brother : scales, 3 ceiling fans. Phone Jack
7:45: m.-Mid-week devotions Rev. and Mrs. Hal Hunter of
p. .
Of The NazareneRev. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer, 924-7121. Up.t
Northwood Baptist church, West
Philo Williamson their 40th
on I I 8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- Palm Beach will be at the Canal +--t : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
Max D. Jones, Pastor wedding anniversary. Others at-
433 Bacom Point Rd. tending were Mr. and Mrs. Ken 1th tice Point Baptist Church, Sunday Thurmond Knight .
night March 15 at which time he
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 Williamson and son, Kenny of
will show movie film of their trip Inc.
SUNDAY SERVICES: Indiantown and Mr. and.Mrs. A. St. M rY's. Catholic Realty,
to the holy land. Mrs. Hunter will
v 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School C. Morris, house. guests. of Mr. andMrs. TELEPHONES:
*** be wearing Arab costume.
11:00 a. m.Sunday Worship. ., Ramey. ChurcfrFather --an.... 'Offioe'8. 4.1$55--Res. VI 8-2682
6:30 p. m.-Juniors - -' : Box 9998 Riviera ,Beach
Francis Fennech, Pastor Mrs. Charlie Vaden is a patientin
7:00 p. .-Sunday Evening STETSON PARENTS' DAY West Palm Beach. Florida
Sunday Mass- 11:30: a. m. the local hospital after suffer-
Evangelistic Service Those attending parent's day at
Confessions before Mass ing a broken wrist.
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WEDNESDAY: Stetson University from Pahokee

7:30 m.-Midweek Prayer 6, Mr. and Mrs. Joe . _
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r "Where you are a stranger. but and Mrs. Bill Plumer and Rev. I ... . ..'. ,_ :
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,I'. attended concerts and visitedin

CLASSIFIED ADS PAY the. class rooms.. of .their child.
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Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock ,Market our office in Belle Glade or Pahokee and

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Eight The Everglades.News, Canal Point Florida 33433 Friday. March' 13. 1964FI.ONT

Credit Group 'Has"- i \Vater Argument> i

S1! ',.. THE I Ended By Board. h

ri Increased Assets .. h .'
F ARl\1: I County Commissioners this week

: received further complaints that BIRTHS -

Farmers Production Credit Association the county health department was
proudly announced recently involved in a controversial cam- '"

that its assets and resources paign pushing floridation.. Mr. and Mrs. William Benton,
BY DOYLE as of December 31, 1963 Jack Solomon strong opponent announce the birth of a daughter
_.G COMMISSIONER were increased by $2,428,836.21over to place chemicals in the West
Barbara Jo, Born March 4.
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREI've December 31, 1962. It was Palm Beach water system, said he
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dale Nor-
also ann'ounced that 27,023 sharesof had called at the health depart
wood, announce the birth of a
ment for information the sub-
Class A Stock with a total valueof on
;, been watching for some report fornia and in other parts of the $135,115.00 were sold duringthe ject and was referred to floridation, *daughter Teresa Ann Born :March
;in nation. 7.
I' concerning possible effects
4 div- campaign headquarters. He charged -
same period.
i : Florida of the President's proposal Their labor recruitment is expected -
idend was paid on all outstanding that the health department Mr. and Mrs. Milton S. Hagglns
I .f to reduce the U S. Department of to extend::" * into* other states Class A Stock amounting to $27- should not take sides in the issue. announce the birth of a daughter
J !'f.", Agriculture's budget by more than 113.39 He attempted to put his viewson Deborah Sue Born March 7.

i p ( one Billion Dollars in the coming At its recent annual meeting, These figures were disclosed by a county ]level by ''asking the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Breeden,
National Peach Council was
I. fiscal July 1.
year Chas. B. Long, Jr., Secretary- commission to initiate a county- Indiantown, announce the birth of
i The most important result, I believe advised that Florida is a "comer"in
t Treasurer of the Association at its wide survey of water sources but a daughter Shelly Ann Born
of and nec-
,has to do with screwworms production peaches
dropped the subject when informed March 7.
Annual Meeting held in Miami
Florida's harvest be-
and is of special interest to Flor- tarines. can
,Springs re .ently. Approximately by Commisioner Paul Rardin Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Joseph
ida's livestock industry.. gin around April 15, well ahead of
r j, As reported in the March issue California, Georgia South Carolina 165 members and guests were in that these facts and figures are Rodriguez announce the birth of a
now on file and have been for
attendance. Long attributed the daughter Annita Louise Born
I of Farm Journal a saving of some and Alabama, it was noted.
increase in amounts of loans made years.. March 8.
k $650,000 annually is expected by I Those states may drop their early '
: dropping the Bcrewworm inspec- varieties in favor of midseasonfruit. to several factors, one of which Mr and Mrs. Farrell V. Lindsey
was the popular low interest rate announce the birth of a son, Mich-
t tion stations along the Misissippl
of 5% percent.In Mike Cowart Cited ael Farrell born March 8.
j river'to the Gulf. The stations Also mentioned was an increasein : .....
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were activated in 1959 to protect peach processing and develop- other items of business. President At Farragut School
Harry B. Matthews Mrs. Singletary and granddaughter -
presided Ray
I Southeastern states from another ment of a new peach concentratenow ,.
over the election of two Directors. Kim Garrett have returned -
a, invasion the deadly pest. ready to market to compete
I. by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cowart received -
two-week visit with
\ George H. Wedgworth of Belle from a
h r Florida has been relying on with orange juice.Scholarship
word this week that their
r I - Glade and Jefferson Davis of relative's in Cairo Ga. and North
l il' those inspections to prevent screw- Homestead son Mike, a student at Admiral
whose terms of office Florida.
foot- 1
i worms from getting another Will- Farragut Academy in St. Peters-
expired this meeting were un-
r f. hold here where they can survive! burg, was awarded the "Radford .. _.
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animously re-elected by the mem-
through the winter and spread
Star" for the second time thJs
(Continued From Page 1) bers to "'\
serve three year term9.The f i"\.If' "fI'rnl li7'lr Ii' rIi'N'Ii' li ji' Ii'r'\1
northward again. It cost use sever-
This award Is each
committee on all matters pertain- other Directors of the Asso- year. given
al million dollars and USDA an
( month to the,
most outstanding
ing to this scholarship.. ciation B. Matthews
are Harry ,
equal amount) to wipe them out in student in all of his work
I 1. Eligibility. Any.1964 graduating Kendall, Walter Peterson, Goulds phases PRINCE THEATRE
the eradication
: cooperative pro- and is the highest award given at
senior from any high school and C. R. Sexton Vero Beach.
f t gram of 1958-59. in Palm Beach County is eligible tthe academy. Mike was also voted
Two outbreaks to Farmers P. C. A. makes all PAHOKEE FLA.
subsequent to apply for this Health Scholar- types' of agricultural loans to "Most Valuable Player" by his
1 the north of attributed to
us were
basket ball team mates. He is a
ship. farmers, ranchers, and growers In ,
infested animals from the Southwest -
2. Applicant must have receiveda nine south Florida counties including member of, the junior tem MONDAY
which somehow escaped de- SUNDAY, ,
letter of acceptance from a schoolof Dade Broward, Palm : --- -.-,
I tection at the inspection
Quick action by our State and higher education or nurse's Beach, Collier, Monroe, Martin, St. i Ricky Parker Hurt MARCH 151617"TAKE

!6 ., Federal livestock officials, however training. I Lucie, Okeechobee and Indian I
" 3. All applications must be com- River. The home 'HER
I contained the outbreaks and office is in Miami On Tennis ,Court ,
C prevented them from spreading. pleted, with picture attached and with full time field offices located SHE'S MINE"
file in Dean Glynn's office on or
t But every project like that is cost on in Belle Glade and Vero Ricky Parker, son of Mr. and ..
before August 1, 1964. No applications Beach. I ""
t ly. II I Mrs. Joe Parker of Canal P letters will be .
pictures or -
L . . I in Everglades Memorial hospital
.. returned to the senders, but all SANDRA DEE
applicants Mr. and i
Mrs. J.
Screwworm eradication in D. Latham, Mr. where he is receiving treatment
will be notified of the fin- and Mrs. James Latham and I for a concussion sustained Wed-
southern Texas has been doing a COLOR BY CINEMASCOPE
good job. But I don't think enough al results.It daughter Sheila, and Hunter La- : nesday'' afternoon in a fall on the ..
is the of the Palm Beach ,
I time has elapsed' since the last hope tham were guests of Mr. and Mrs.' concrete tennis court at Pahokee \
there about 2'4a' County Chapter March of Dimes Audie Hooks in Clewiston Sunday. High School. IIU.IJ! : I'U.I li li.Y I I
case was reported that the $400.00 gift scholarshipwill .
months to that ---
ago, .give assurance encourage some graduating ----. -
Florida and the rest of the South- senior to enter the field of health .
east is free of danger from that education.

source.; I Ii .
i Several months more, at least is

4 I .. necessary to ,make sure screw- Millionaire Has- Meet The Newest

worms won't appear again in
southern Texas with the advent of (continued from page 1))

warm weather. If they show up' now and expect to have 2,0f0

eradication efforts must be stepped : more."

i. .,, up. He ,explained, "we will be developing Oliver 1800 Tractor

I believe it is too early to plan as fast as we can(for fall
on dropping the inspection line. In I planting. We expect to have 2 ,OOO

fact I don't think it should be acres for the fall. And by next yeara r

+ -'. abandoned so long as screw .rpnns 'full 30,000 acres.," An 18OO Is For NOW
exist between the Mississippi and He added "we have more acre

the Pacific and until a barrier age than that." And hinted ,the

along the Mexican border has been acreage later may be even larger.To .

'r. proved effective to prevent perm- handle the planned tremendous For big modern farming-pulling 'a plow or harrow so
anently any re-entry from Mexico increases in sugar cane, "we
'.. into the Southwest. are negotiating for increase in the big you can hardly believe it. It's you and your tractor

. . this We '
capacity summer.
\ California farmers aren't going will increase to 6,000 tons per day against acres of heavy work. It's a BIG PULL job and

4 to wait for a labor crisis to devel- (grinding) capacity.The present you can't get it done with limited duty lighter tractors.
op when their supply of Mexican mill is rated at less than 5,000 tons .

labor is no longer available after perday.
the end 'of this The Bracero Regarding the 'new'undertaking,
.;.. program (Public Law 78)) is due to the financier commented "We Field
Let Us Prove It In Your
expire next December 31. are enjoying doing it. It Is an ,Right

.; Reversing their traditional opposition interesting undertaking and we are

:ft+c ,. to any attempts at cutting glad ,to save It from the wringerand

....I 4'... off this labor source, California 'save" the stockholders their By A Demonstration NOW

n farmers' have decided to money.
.t face up to "realities" and do He said he was boarding a helicopter -

,, something about 'it now. An intensive almost immediately for his ,
recruitment program for return to :Miami.A We also carry a full line of

qualified domestic workers is one Pawley holding company recently -

of their objectives.As purchased 11,000 acres of
reported recently }in The Glades land and this well be.added BUSH HOG CANE ROTARY TILLAVATORS

\ Packer, California state officials to the l ,OOO acres of Talisman

have been asked to make a survey sugar cane property.
n' of labor needs county by county Pawley a former owner of the Mowers and heavy offset harrows. Custom built cane

..... crop by crop and month by month. Miami bus system has agreed to and cultivating* 'equipmentbuiltto
I v" Information is to be gathered also invest $4 million in Talisman and

f on progress of mechanization and will obtain another $7 million in your specifications.

what domestic workers will expectin mortgage loans. Talisman's debts f ..

wages, housing, transportation, were ,fixed at approximately $10

etc.Higher labor costs are expected million.The '1962 freeze which caughtthe

,and growers :want the survey'' to crop before completion of the Complete Machine Shop & Fabricating

,include information about, agricul- mill forced the company into re-
ture's ability to meet them. Some ceivership. Talisman is one of several '\

observers believe adoption of a companies that moved into the

universal domestic labor program Glades after the Cuban embargo I

a is practically certain to result in I I was imposed by Fidel Castro. Stuart's Farm ServiceServing
." higher prices at> wholesale and retail I .a
:0:, levels for fresh fruits and : VISIT LAKE PLACED

;,, vegetables. Visiting at'the Sasser cottage in ( the public in the Glades Farm ing Area for more than'25 years)

Nevertheless, the spokesman for Lake Placid this weekend were
the growers' indicated their new I Mrs. Martha Mclntosh. Miss Julia CANAL, POINT FLA. TELEPHONE 45577"Pace

' program la a sincere effort on the Mathis, Mrs. Leah IM.. an. Mrs. .'....
I part of agriculture to help solve Doria flasser. James Paul $asser, .. .

unemployment problem in CalI- and.ICrs. Alma Farrow.
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