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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 32615395
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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\l\'\ I.. Local Lions Fete TEL Class Holds Smathers Speaks University Of South New GrocerYWill 1

Its Regular MeetThe Florida Has 3,000 I

'r SchoolTeachers. At Dedication Open October 15
September meeting of the T. TAMPA -.:. Approximately 3,000
E. L. Sunday School Class of the applications have been received for
=>Ralph S. Hager of Tallahassee Canal Point Missionary Baptist Senator George Smathers will admission to the University of George W Crews, Jr., Belle
Chief of Infdrmation and Educa- Church, met Monday, 3:00 p. in., be the pricipal speaker at groundbreaking South Florida this fall, includingsome Glade and' LeRoy Miner, Jr., Pa-
tion for the Public Park Service. at the home of Mrs. Frank O'Con ceremonies for the Glades Cuban refugees and a few hokee, announce plans to open their
\. .was the guest speaker at the Ca- nell, with Mrs. J. D. Latham pre- Sugar House at Belle Glade Mon Negroes.The completely new and ultra modern
nal Point Lions Club meeting Mon- siding. day, October 2, according to GeorgeH. heavy colume of new appli- Thriftway Super Market in Paho-
day evening. The club president, J, The class teachers and officers Wedgworth, president of the cants, in addition to returning students kee, October.15.
G. Weeks presided over the annual elected for the new year were: Mrs. cooperative building the plant. from last year, indicates the Both men are experienced groc-
teachers reception and.combination W. S. Evans, re-elected as teacher; The 5,000-ton daily capacity sug- fall enrollment may go beyond the ery men' and well known in the
J' ladies night meeting. Mrs. Chrales D. Stewart, assistant ar cane mill is being constructedby anticipated 3,500. Not all the 3,000 Glades. George has operated Crews
1 ..r Following a delicious turkey teacher; Mrs. W. S. Cross, presi- the Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative new applicants will actually be en- Community Store, Belle Glade, for
': T banquet style I dinner, A. R. Har- dent; Mrs. J. D. Latham, vice pres- of Florida a 53;member rolled, school officials cautioned.One the past 15' years and LeRoy was
rington, program chairman intro- ident; Mrs. Ray Hawk, secretary; co-op of vegetable growers and Negro appplicant alreadyhas in grocery' business in Pahokee for
duced W. W. White principal of Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux Mrs. F. H. packing house owners in the Glades been admitted to the fall term over 12 years.
the Canal Point Elementary O'Connell and Mrs. A. H. Scruggsas area. by the State Board of Control. Applications The 7300 sq. feet building located
School, who in turn introduced his group captains. The Senator will be introducedby of a few other Negroes on Rardin Avenue in Paho
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co-workers, with the exception of Cake and coffee were served by U. S. Congressman Paul Rogers, have been forwarded to the Boardof kee is nearing completion and is
three who were unable to attend the hostess to ten, members. The West Palm Beach representativefrom Control for"decision. The school "brand new from the front door
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the reception.The next meeting (October) will be the sixth district. was racially integrated this past to the back, not a used piece of
members of the club and held at the home of Mrs.' J.H.Bor "The construction of this mill summer session when two Negro equipment, in it," according to the
their wives and other guests were deaux. will be a con iderable economic teachers .were enrolled for cqurses. owners. Parking facilities will ac-
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r introduced by P. A. Slonaker.The benefit not only to the.Glades area' -r comodate 65 cars.
meeting was again turned but we feel that the increased sugar Funeral Mr.. Crews explains Thriftwayof
Riviera Beach On Services
over to the program chairman and production it will make possible is : Florida, Inc.,- is a chain of,inde-
the guest speaker Mr. Hager. Following important to the welfare of our pendent stores covering the TJ. S..
an introduction he talked on Blue Devils List state and nation", said Wedgworth. : For Arthur WellsFuneral from coast to coast. "Under the
his work with the Florida State "More than 1,000 workers will : direct supervision and buying power -
Parks: both in the State office in be employed in the plant and fields : of this organization we will be -
Tallahassee and through-out the Riviera Beach high school will and some 20,000 acres of cane will i I services for J, Arthur I competitive in price, quality and
state. Through brochures, colored send their foot ball team into Pa be planted along the eastern and Wells', 66, were held Tuesday afternoon service with any of the larger chain
film and remarks' he painted a hokee tonight to do battle with the southern chores of Lake Okeechobee. at the First Baptist Churchin stores," he said.Pahokee.
beautiful picture of the State Parks Pahokee Blue Devils. The visit of .Construction is scheduled to'be : Belle Glade and burial'was madein .. m
and the Historic Memorials. These this team will be of interest to local completed before December 1962, i Hillcrest Cemetery in West
programs are presented to famil- school patrons because of the when the first grinding season will Palm Beach. The funeral was un- Baptists
iarize the vacation: spots to the fact! that'a former Pahokee high begin", Wedgworth added.T1iesSumillfoh.eugcan. .--1 der the direction of Rev.Lawrence I .
)yesldents"of- Florida. school; principal-Clyde-Gfcnipe:is : .. ,;.Ste.wart..Baptlst..mUtl8ter., ..' New Wed. ProgramThe
Each lady'was presented with a nbw'pnnciparat Riviera Beach. was designed by Dr. Arthur G. Mr. Wells passed away suddenly ....
gift and the door prize went to Mrs. Last week in their effort at Keller, Arkel Engineering Corp., I Sunday morning after suffering -
Bill Gallick. Naples the Blue. Devils eked out' a I I Baton Rouge, La., internationallyknown a heart attack. He was a prom. First Baptist Church, Paho
Brooks Henderson, president of win over the Naples Rams by a I designer and engineer of I anent Glades agriculturalist t, mov- kee, has begun a new program of
.the Pahokee Lions Club and Frank score of 7 to 6. sugar houses. ing to Belle Glade from Daytona Wednesday evening activities. The
Gillis also of the Pahokee Club Gary Godley who gained 35 The ground-breaking ceremonieswill Beach in 1914. He was a native of program is planned to take care of
were among the visitorsRepublicans yards for the losers, put his team .be held at the'mill site north-' Leesburg Fla.. and has been actively every member of every family in

.-- .... ahead in the second'quarter whenhe east of Belle.Glade and. the publicis associated with farming in the. church. The activities begin .
plunged over from the one invited to attend.Representatives the Glades since that time.A each Wednesday at 5:00 o'clock
Are yard line to climax a 37-yard from the U. 'S. former mayor and city com- .with Junior G. A's. meeting. Mra.
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march. J, D. Askew's pass for the and Florida Departments of Agri- missioner of Belle Glade he was David Unwin is the G. A. Director.
extra point went astray. I culture, sugar industry leaders and always active in civic affairs and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard, the church
Rotary Speakers Taking the ball on its own 12 prominent state and county offic- I maintained active, interest in the music director has Intermediatechoir
yard line in the fourth, quarter, Pa ials are planning to attend the city. He was a member of the First rehearsal at 5:15.
hokee went for-the touchdown and event. Baptist Church Belle Glade. He. The Family Night Suppers are
Two Republican county.commi.. just made it with one minute and Farrel-Birmingham Co., Ansonia was a member of Belle Glade Lodge I served at 6:00; Mrs. Lester Handis
sioners spoke before the regular 12 seconds remaining.A Conn., affiliated with Sucesoresde No. 273, Lake Worth Consistory, serving as church hostess. At
weekly meeting of the Pahokee 42-yard pass from Harold Abarca, Inc. of San Juan, Puerto and the Mahi Shrine. He was alsoa 635 the Beginner Sunbeam Activ-
'Rotary club yesterday. They were Peacock to Jim Vandegrift put the Rica, is in charge of construction. member of the Elks Lodge No. ity begins with Mrs. Charles Wilkinson -

introduced by veteran Democratic ball on Pahokee's 20-yard line, and I i 1716 and was a 20-year member of and :Mrs. Gene Waits in
then Skip Peacock went around I the Rotary Club. charge. Mrs. L. M. Mullis and Mrs.P. .
Commissioner Rardinof
County right end. reversed his field and Revival I Survivors include his widow, A. Younger are in charge of the
Canal Point.Commissioner. went over for the touchdown. Bro- Closed I: Mrs. Freda Wells; three' sons Primary Sunbeam Activity. The
E. F. Van ,Kessel ther Harold ran the ball for the : Joseph Arthur, Jr., and Wendall, Junior Choir Rehearsal is held xt
and Commissioner! Edward Band- game winning point. With 11 Additions. Belle Glade, and David of Atlanta. the same time as the Sunbeam
low, who last November defeated ... .. Ga.; three sisfers, Mrs. Rose activities. Mrs. Lee Shirley is in
Armstrong, Mrs. Louise Buckles, YWA which
charge of the meeting
two veteran Democratic 'county
Richard K. Ames Is The First Baptist Church of Canal and Mrs. Alice Harrell, all of Belle also meets at 6::35.
commissioners, spoke,on,operationof
.,. Point Revival Services, closed Glade; two daughters, Mrs. Doris The Sunday School Officers and
the county's.business. ;Both men
>.,'" .,: made an excellent impression ,on New Area Dentist with the- Wednesday evening September Johnson, of Alaska; and Mm. Teachers period ,Is directed by R.
13 services. Elder Rubin Gloria Broadfoot. Jacksonville. C. Woofter followed at 6:50 by the
the Rotarians and were.happy with ..
Barfield was assisted by Rev. Sunday School Teachers Enrichment -
welcome received.
the warm they
Commissioner Rardin had a Canal Point Pahokeeand west- Charles Mask of Hollywood.Eleven ChurchWorkGoes 1 I Period directed by'the De I
small part in the program. He ern Palm Beach county have! a new candidates applied for church mem- partmentSuperintendents. A Bible
pointed out the amount of tax dentist.He is Dr. Richard K. Ames breship and will be baptised at a Study is led by 'the Pastor, Rev.
money spent by the various departments and comes to this section from Vir- special service Sunday, 3:00 p. m., Along On ScheduleThe Guthrie Colvard, for all those who
of government in Palm ginia Medical College where he following the regular Sunday services are not in one of the other group.sAt
Beach county.' was recently graduated. Dr. Amesis I and fellowship lunch servedon 7:30 each Wednesday the chur-
a native of Daytona Beach and I the church grounds. Canal Point Baptist Church's ch Prayer Service is held in the
has located his office in the building Elder Barfield will conduct the New Sunday School Rooms are church Sanctuary followed by the
baptismal services Sunday, Sept. Church Choir ,Rehearsal. Over 150
Fritz Stein NamedAs y.rith'Dr'-n.R. Long in Pahokee.Dr. nearing completion day by day.Today I
Ames ,has opened his office 27 at 3 p. m. on the Canal Point persons took part in these activi-
Ag Chairman. for-the practice of general dentistry lake front. the roofing Contractor is finishing I ties last week and much enthus-
and will specialize in children's The following candidates to be the roof. The Septic tanks I iasm last week in this program of
Results of the elections for com work. He married and they will baptised 'are Dale, Stephen and have already been placed and the work.
munity --members of the Agricul- live on. Greenstar Avenue in Paho Patsy Thomas, Grady Mills, Eddie I workmen are placing the drains in ... .
tural Stabilization and Conservation kee. Mills Mrs. Bobbie Mills. Mrs W.i today. The carpenters and paintersare ATTEND SEMINAR
Service finds Fritz Stein Jr.. ... J.White, Mrs. Cora Jones and Ann I busy with the woodwork.It Mrs W. E. BlackweH accompanied -
elected as Chairman of the ,Belle Mrs.'J.D Latham of Canal Point Butler. Two others Joined before' will be several days yet before by :Mrs. Roland Kahle and Mrs.
Glade Committee along with mem- accompanied.Mrv and Mrs. E. B. the revival, Mr. Spear and Mrs. the window frames will be ready Pope Sears, members of''Woman .
bers J. L. .Murphy. ,Billy Rogers,' Gamble of Pahokee to Cocoa, Sat- Ella. Whaley. for installation. Satisfactory' progress Society of Christian Service of the -)
Louis Kirchman and W. S.Ingram.In urday and were the weekend guestsof ... is being-'' made along every Canal Point Methodist Church, attended -
Pahokee Hilton Jones is their sea and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gertrude Wilson'spent several line. Grady Echols is the Chairman a Seminar In Ft. Lauder-
Chairman with members, !Milton Mrs.J.IX -tJt.am.3r., and the new days in New Orleans visitingher of the Buildng Committee. R. J. dale Thursday, Sept. 14. Mrs. Pop
Douglas. 'Friend. J. W. Rep-: granddfts gMer, little Miss Shelia daughter Miss Harlene Will Maxson is the Construction Fore- Sears, who is a district officer ,f'
per and Luke Frasier. Gayle Lather y iams.' ; man. Children's work, held a workshop.
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T4ELAI{>r OhI.EO H-OBEE'I3EGfONHOVE,OP '.
SPARE B66MS for rent? If yonhave j r FOB SALE: New and used WiHyi [SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your

one, get in touch with this |t Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage name label shows you to be in,
'THE; EVERGLADES[ } NEWSServing newspaper and insert a $1 class-1 Iln Belle Glade Phone,;3058., arrear on payment. Send along:
\ if led ail.,it will,-get results. AU stfa I I Oct. 17:54-ch. that $2.00 payment now. and we
the Lake Okeechpbee Farming Region Without payable in advance:The Everglades I will continue to send you this great
I Interruption: Every Week for ilore Than'30 Years News, Canal Point, Fla |I APARTMENTS are needed by palladium of the family fireside.

Established March 11,1924 -' Published Every FridayS many folks coming into this area The Everglades News, Canal Point
SAMPLE COPIES of last week's J I to earn a ,Hying.! Do you have one
t'-\t t4i Wii '$2.00: Year, In Advance edition of The Everglades News for rent? Tell them and the world I Fla.
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were mailed in Canal Point and through a $1 classified ad.in these I VACATION TIME is just around
tli e' gUules News la at the Post Office
By V Entered new subscriptions will be welcomed columns. Send along a description the corner. Before you take off,
.f ftTCanaT' its Woiddr as Second Class Matter
this week. Just $2.00 for a year of the apartment and a $1 bill and how about dropping a check for

'I Paul tfardin Owner, Editor, Publisher will keep you informed of happenings we'll do the rest. The EvergladesNews $2.00 in the mail for your subscription -
in this area. Canal Point, Fla. : to The Everglades News, Canal
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Bible Week:To Be 1 J I Orange Juice Will -l"' Point, Fla.APARTMI'NT.
were weekend guests of 'Mr. and I I
HeWInClewistonCLEWISTON Feature BreakfastA Mrs. A. C. Santoes, former Paho-' for rent in Paho-
I kee residents. kee. Three furnished rooms and

-The. 21st.. annualobservance J. Citrus Breakfast with a menu ..' '"" -- Mrs. Lillian Douglas fo Okeechobee bath. Pahokee Phone 7227. 2tc
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National, Bible Week, highlighted: by pitchers of fresh, '" is visiting her son and daught- FOR SALE: Hunting Buggy,
National Florida orange juice will be hosted er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Douglas
sponsored by the Laymen's, reasonable, Phone 7861 after
by the Florida Citrus Commissionfor and of Pahokee.
son, Jay
Committee, has been'set for 7:00 p. m.
:Miss Becky Barwick, daughter of ,
,growers, shippers and trade :Mrs. R. F. Hurt of Pahokee is a
Oct. 1622. .. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barwick is attending -
factors attending ,the annual con- surgical patient in Good Samaritan ..
An interfaith nonprofit corporation vention of the Florida Fruit & Vegetable Jones Business College in Hospital in West Palm Beach. I BACK TO GAINESVILLE

the ,Laymen's National COm- Association in Miami Beach, Orlando. The Canal Point Methodist Chur-I Calvin
I Mr. and Mrs. Padgett and
mittee, was founded in 1940 to,reawaken a't.Bal Harbour. Mrs. Mamie Maxson left Thurs- ch enjoyed a Fellowship Pot luck
.. religious thought in every The breakfast will be served in day for several weeks visit with supper, Wednesday evening 6:30 i:son Jim of Gainesville left Saturday
possible way and to conduct a cam- the Grand Ballroom: of the Hotel her niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. in the Sunday School building, T i night following a week's visit with

paign of public education in Bible Americana scene of the 18th annual Ponce McDonald. Mr. McDonald followed by the regular prayer their parents, Mayor and Mrs. Dun-

reading and study as well as to gathering of Association returned to his home this week meeting services.. can Padgett of Pahokee and Mr.

encourage attendance at church, members and guests. September 27, where he is 'convalescing, aftera .;.s.-_ and, Mrs. A. H. Scruggs Canal
synagogue and Sunday School and 28, ahd 29. four week stay in the hospital. Patients remaining in the Ever- Point. Mrs. Padgett is enrolled forth

to promote better understanding: Dr. Harold E.Buell: Miami, pastor Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blackwell of glades Hospital Wednesday, Sep- fall semester at the Universityto
among all,peoples. I I of the White Temple Methodist Canal Point ,have as ,their guest I '20: Marian Powell Mrs: complete her four year's studyin

Harry, T. Vaughn, president, of Church, will give the invocation. his, mother, Mrs. Annie Chapman Betty Leavins, Charles Payne, Mrs February.
U S. Sugar Corporation, in Clew- Guests will be introduced by of Dundee. I Joyce Lindrose and Baby Judy

istbn, has been appointed,industry Homer Hooks, Lakeland< general Mrs. E. O..Winch returned to her Prince, Mrs. Betty Holman, and --' --
chairman for Florida. Vaughn Is manager 'of the Florida Citrus home in Canal Point from Good Mrs. Hildelisa Gaballa all of Paho- { .}-} .> }.>(.++..}

enlisting. interest and support for Commission. Frank Am, the Com- Samaritan where she has been confined kee; Mrs. Jessie Hughes and Miss

National Bible Week and has called mission's director of advertisingand for the'past two weeks, suffering Kay Hughes of _Bryant; Terry

.upon all Florida concerns to cO- merchandising, will moderate with a broken leg injury.Mr. Jerone Kenedy, Mrs. Etta Allen
operate. a r panel discussion on the topic, and Mrs. H. E. Unwin took Mrs. Louise DeVane and Mrs.
"Many industrial organizationshold ,"You Have to 'Sell hte' Buyer their daughter, Miss Brenda Aracelia Ortega, all of Canal ,
an interfaith' ,Clergy Day at First." Doyle E. Conner; Florida's win, to Orlando over the un-r Point; Mrs. Ruby Semedele and 0f UAIIT v _

their plants." Vaughn said. "If this Commissioner r 'of Agriculture, will She is enrolled at the Jones Baby of Belle Glade; and, John

event could be held in all plantson address the. group. ,briefly.! ness,.College. Mr. and Mrs. Unwin I Willis, South Bay. ,{ ...: }#
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Wednesday, Oct. 18 I am con -
fident it would be a constructive Airman Wayne Browning, son of '
idea for plant-community relationship. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Browning of
." Canal Point left 'Saturday for San

Contributions to the Laymen's Francisco. Monday, his group left
National Committee, Inc., may be for eighteen months of service Ii PARKVIEW MANORORANGE

sent to 156 Fifth Ave., New York the Air Force in .dkin wa.
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the committee. Vaughn announced. John Guerry of"Pahokee returned -
this week to Gainesville andis PAHOKEE'S CHOICE LOCATIONFDA

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County occupies 195,200.acres, much
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Of'4. Counties_then known as New River County. :
Home Financing Is Our SpecialtyWhen Starke the County Seat is a strategic term .
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ployees are sincerely interested in seeing thai In progressive Bradford County, and through* : ,
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Mr. and Mrs.Glenn Powell of I Francis Wilson of Pahokee spent Ridgecrest for Boys. Franklin was
flfe' Canal Point returned home Friday the past weekend at his. home in awarded a trophy for honor camperin
I I. PERSONAL NEWS NOTES 'II following a two weeks vacation I Brunswick Ga., and was accom- his tribe which was made up of
spent with their parents and other panied back to Pahokee by his 13 and 14 year old boys.

.. J relatives in Ridgeform HI. I wife. She spent the past month in Jimmy Dixon of Pahokee answer.
"" Mrs. James Wilson and her daughter Georgia. ed the draft: call Monday of this
:Mrs.: A. E. Forbes and her daugh-j I Julian and 'Hugh Branch of Pa- I Kathy Wilson, went l to Orlando Franklin and Donald Branch week and left for Fort Benning
t ter Mrs.' Steve Irla of West Palm 'hokee returned Sunday to their sons of:Mr. and Mrs" Julian Branchof Ga., for his boot training. Mrs.
;!..'.' Beach were out,of town guests for home from Hendersonville N. C., last Saturday. Mrs. Wilson" Pahokee spent several weeks this Dixon remained in Pahokee until
the Hand-Dixon wedding. They where they spent .the past two returned to her. home In Pahokee summer in North Carolina at Camp : she can join him.
'r were the overnight guests of her month working,in the vegetabledeaL early'this week leaving her daughter --.
sisters, Mrs.J. W. Barrett Canal/ to attend the Jones Business I
.. Point. r Mr. and Mrs. John Padgett of College. H H I 11 I 11 I MI I i I UI I III 1 II I I i H. ft 1111 1 ''H HIM J It*
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::: .' holcee is convalescing at her home I in Pahokeee.over the weekend. Pahokee had as their house guests THEATRESPRINCE
following a week's illness in the Mrs.,Paul Rardin of Canal Point last week their son-in-law and
I Everglades Memorial Hoi pita1. left Tuesday for Glennville, Ga., daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harry ..'
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux rf where she will be_the guest this Sheppard and young son Lee of LAKE DRIVE-IN
::.. Canal Point had as their weekend week of her mother, Mrs.' W. O. Vero Beach.
Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road .
t houseguest her niece, Mrs.,William Strickland. Mr .and Mrs. C. R. Wetheringtonof I
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. baby daughter, Melissa Gay of Orlando Palm Beach were the Wednesday in Miami. Enroute home they stop-) SUNDAY-l\IONDAY.JTUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2-1-25-26 I
were the weekend guests of evening dinner guests of their ped in Ft. Lauderdale to visit his SEPTEMBER 24-25-26
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her parents Mr. and jWrs.. Willie brother-in-law and sister, .!r. and mother. Midnight Lace \
Scott of Canal Point. ; Mrs. Charles Barfield in Canal Mr. and Mrs. William McClellandof "CMAR'! N" !
Mr. and Mrs..:Van Metter of Ft. Point. They also attended the Revival Miami were the Sunday luncheon JOHN GAVIN AND
_', / Lauderdale were weekend guests of Services at,the First Baptist guests of Mrs. J. S.Harrington and MYRNA LOY If I
Mr. and Mrs. J. H.. Bordeaux. Church ,in Canal Point. her sister, Mrs., Columbus Wrightof I GLENN: FORD, MARIA SCHELL, ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas were pro and Mrs. L. W. Armstrongof Port Mayaca. Mrs. Wright accompanied ANNE BAXTER AND -ALSO- ,

I the guests .of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pahokee spent Sunday in Miami them back to Miami ARTHUR o'coNNELL 'Operation Bottleneck'I J
Meyer in Miami during the past with their son and daughter-in-law and will be their guest for several I

weekend. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Armstrong and days. I IH i M,.i.1111 1 1 y ; M I M .[ I I II I ''I ''I I I H-1"H-"M"I"H"H"H- I
Miss Sammie Lee Lanham of MI- family. Mrs. Hel n Murray also of i
... ami spent the weekend with her Miami joined the two families for a
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Lan- picnic lunch at Crandon Park.J. nYfAYfAy! !" ,!mflf"r\fl\YI'TI'I\'fjTIr.NfrffiifA: "' '!'t"\flNfr I II II

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Guthrie of Miami spent Thursday for Fairfax, S. C., to I
Sunday with his parents Mr. and assist Mr. and .Mrs. Jack Phillipsin
Mrs. I. S. Guthrie. erecting a. new barn at their t -
Mr. and Mrs Wiley Tillis were home. I I

business visitors in Miami Satur- Mr. and.Mrs. Floyd Erickson and I !

day. family of Canal Point had as their Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade I
Mrs. Leland Keene attended the I guest several days this week Mrs.
funeral of Mrs. Edwards in Lake I Robert Ingram and young son Bobby SALES and SERVICE
Worth Tuesday. I of Orlando.Mr. :

;Mr. and :Mrs. J. H. Miller plan to and Mrs. H. G. Boynton of
I Heating Air Conditioning -- Appliances ;iF I"I Il.JWliM
,; spend this weekend in Miami as the Canal Point had as their recent I '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lom- house guests her sister and her I .
bard., family, Mrs. George Pierce, her son i.Wi i WiiMij V i'.Wli.w Mij W'y-'j; lli 1j tA.\l iU l 1.Y.JiW-'iiM&WJi''y-'fj.wIW-'I; IIW..w.wi'MIW.! 'WiW

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week of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Strin- George and Charles all of Brewst-

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Directors: 'Named, er: President; The Honorable J. L. I
Tyson Vice President; E. A. Jensen -
Pahokee ChamberThe .
Treasurer; Mrs. Lillian Pad
gett, Executive Secretary; Mrs.
Honorable L.Tyson,Judgeof Doris Sasser was re-appointed aud
the naw Magistrate Court, Ray'I I itor. The officers and directors will
i ai Hatton, Frank Gillis, and David be installed at the Annual Dinner
1 Unwin were elected Directors of j.i Meeting on October 9, 8:00 p. m., in
.. _ the Pahokee Chamber of Commerceto the Elks Club. j'j'i
i serve for three years.'They were ... ..
: elected,by ballots which were mail-

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First Methodist The Church Of :V Chamber office Monday afternoonby
God Christian: Science the following committee: Mrs.

Church, Pahokee Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Group Of Canal PointA Marie Hendrix, Ralph Johnson,
Leonard Dobrow Joe Alderman, I

./ Rev. T. C. O'Steen Point Road substantial foundation for assured and Louis Gold. I II Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Spongier
SUNDAY: thought and action will te Karl Mindlin, President; Wiley .
John H. Kinard, pastor II announce the birth of a son
9:45 a. m.-Church School pointed, out at Christian Tills, Otto Bleech, and Mrs. Doris
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Science i Joseph William HI September 15,
11:00 a. m.-Morning VfanbJp services Sunday. Sasser are the four directors whose
11:00 in
a.'m.-Preq.ltfng' Service [ the Everglades Memorial Hos
6:45: p. m.-M7F 7:45 m.-Evangelistic Service Keynoting the Lesson-Sermon on term expired. pital. Mrs. Spangler and son returned
7:45 p. m.-EveningWol&ip 8:00 p. m. Tuesday V..I* B. "Reality""'is the Golden Text from I The Directors remaining in of- home in Canal Point Sunday. !
TUESDAY. : t 8:00 m. Thursday-W. M. B. the Bible (Phil. 4): fice are C. E. Williams, E. A.Jensen afternoon.
7:00 p.m. Vesper'Choir pray p. "Whatsoever C. L. Shirley, Jr., Bob Fisher,
Everyone. welcome. Special musio things are honest Shelia Gayle is the name givento
tleeWEDNESDAY Luke DuFrense,_ C. R. Wethering-
and ringing. whatsoever things'are just, what- the daughter born September 14
: ton Oscar Dobrow artd Luther
.. .. soever things are pure whatsoever to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Latham, Jr.,
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions York. '
i things are lovely, whatsoever in Cocoa. Mrs. Latham was before
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir pruc- The Methodist Church things of The Board of Directors held a
tlc are good report; if there her marriage Miss Patsy Gambleof
i Canal Point FloridaRobert i be any virtue, and if there be any special meeting Tuesday. night in I Pahokee.
praise, think on these things." the Chamber Office and unanimously ..

Canal Point.First A. Shelley, Pastor A correlative citation from "Sci- elected the following officers CLASSIFIED ADS
SUNDAY: ence and Health with Key to the for the coming year: Bob Fish-\ PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
Baptist Church 10:00 a. m.-Church School Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy
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Elder R.E.Barfteld 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship wisdom, being, immor-
SUNDAY' : 7:90 p. .-Evening Worship tality, ,cause, and effect belong to
10:00 a.m.-Sunday School MONDAY: God. These are His attributes, the Thinking About Building?
11:00 I a. m.-Morning Worship : 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice eternal manifestations of the infinite -
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY: divine Principle, Love. No
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society wisdom is wise but His wisdom;
WEDNDESDAY:. 1st Tuesday2nd no truth is true, no love is lovely, -(For.Free Estimates, CallWILEY -
.7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer MONDAY: no life is Life but the divine; no
Service 7:30 p. m..-Esther Class meeting I good is, but the good God bestows:'
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2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: WEDNESDAY: .-.- TILLIS

7:30 p. r .-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting J Mr. and Mrs. Claud Morgan accompanied -

Meeting.. ...wL their daughter, Suzanne General Building ContractorBox

Canal' Point- Church Of God, I weekend.Morgan, Miss up Morgan to Gainesville is a sophomore last- \! 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127

Barfield HighwayPahokee at the University of Fla. I
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Charles D. Stewart, Pastor 9:45 A.' .-Sunday School I frg*? I r
SUNDAY: 11:00 A. M.-:Morning Worship
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 P. Evangelistic Service
11:00 m.-MornIng' Worship I 7:30 P.M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet. This Is Your Invitation To Visit The NewBRADY'.S

6:30 p. .-Training Union tag
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Thursday-Y. P. E.
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11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship.

6:30 p. m.-Juniors. ..Episcopal. Church.. New stainless steel equipment makes our restaurant spotlessly

7:00 p.Evangelistic m.-Sunday Service Evening; Pahokee sanitary and attractive.:You'll enjoy the delightful food prepared

WEDNESDAY: M. Wendell. Mainiin, vicar. ,here under. our new. management.-. .. Drop by and take a
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer' SUNDAY'; look at Pahokee's 'newest ana'most modern eating place. We

meetIng. 10 a. m.-Sunday School feel sure you'll enjoy your visitBrady's
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,;.": 6:45 p. m.-Training Union Mr. and ] rs. Stanton" Chastaia ,
r' ./ 8:00 p. m.-EvenIng Worship returned to their home in Pahokee
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Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market

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at this Market.We make an effort at all tunes.tpjjiyjc,
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l i Psgs,-.pt. The Everglades News Canal.Point Florida Friday. September 22, 1961. I
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?' Miss Alice Hand Sugar Cane Growers Co-op Mill To Be Erected :At Cost Of $11,000,000 Florida State !a$)
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Starts New Year

Weds James Dixon a. oic, 1\. \

.. TALLAHASSE-Classes began ,
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at Florida State University today ,;:

Hiss Alice.Hand.become the brideof y n>3ykApyR at,6, wca.c jr.0aSSJ s .;. i: with 9,207students enrolled and between _.1
James Dixon in an impressive, 500 and 800 additional students :
double ring ceremony at the First are expected to enroll by .
Methodist Church of Pahokee ont next Monday, Sept. 25.
;'. 14 Registrar Murray W. Kenna said ,ti
Thursday: evening September .. I
ri.' at 6:30. i registration through Saturday totaled -
v i..+Ra:1dI 4,937 men and 4,270 women.
{ The bride is tie granddaughter I
: of.Mr. and Mrs. F W. Hand of Pa. The total was COS ahead of registration '-:

hokee. The, groom is the son of at the same time a ,year "
,: Mrs. Hattie Dixon of Canal Point ago and compared with-final reg-
E' and the late L. R. :Dixon. istration of 9,019'in 1961.

:; The Rev. Thomas O'Steen' pastor Late registration will continue
performed the ceremony before through next Monday, Dr. Kenna
said and several hundred students '
.# a palm-banked alter lighted with
white tapers in branched candelabra probably will push final registration -

decorated with one large basket d to somewhere between 9700
of white chrysanthemums and <; S {' and 10,000. .
" ferns. i FSU's student body has more !
in the last 20
' than quadrupled
; Preceding and during the cerrl -
:MissBetty Johnson years. In 1940 there were 1,96&
moray; pianist,
in 1945 there 2,446
students, were
presented a; program of wedding
music. Mrs. Frank L. Anderson in 1950 there were 6,399 and in

.' Belle Glade,soloist, sang "Because'Vand .,., 1955 there were 6,442.
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Usher groomsmen were Thomas Mrs. Heller Will
Hand brother of the bride and "
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Paul Dixon brother of the groom. : Study
Billy Culberson was Mr. Dixon's -
": ..' Mrs. Richard Heller of Riviera
best
man. Above is shown an artist's con- cated at the end of a newly constructed hauling that it will carry during I
The bride's MissIva I Beach president of Palm Lake Associational -
sister I ception of the new eleven million county road which leads construction of the mill. Heavy
Hand acted as maid of honor, and W. M. U., is to teacha
erected off the which is alsoa
mill
dollar sugar being by Airport Road concrete tracks trucks hauling
study course on W. M. U. man-
wore. street' length dress of pink
.. Cane Growers road. Commissioner
Sugar Cooperativeof county County -
lock and shell, and many other uals and yearbook at the First Bap-
chiffon over taffeta with matching -
Florida on a tract of land one- Paul Rardin said that further
heavy materials will aid materiallyin tist Church of Pahokee, Thursday,
. accesories and carried a nose-
'. half mile north of Airport Road at improvement would be made to the
*gay bouquet of pink mums. Belle Glade. It will be known as recently constructed half-mile "of settlmg. the new 'road ready for September 28, 10 a. m. to 2:00 p. m.

., .;. The bride, given in marriage by I the Glades Sugar House and is lo- road after it is'settled by the heavyMr. completion. Belle Glade and Canal Point
Womens Missionary Unions are invited -
her uncle Lester Hand was lovely uwwwwwuw
, in a street length gown fashioned I to attend this leadership
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith accompanied ,and Mrs. Wiley Tillis met Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jensen of sandwiches drinks
:. of white chiffon edged in lace with I course. Bring ,
fitted bodice, circular neckline and i their son, Johnnie fo Granny Tillis in Daytona Beach Pahokee returned home'Sunday will be furnished by Pahokee ladies.

4 I. cap sleeves, and a shoulderlengthveil Gainesville Sunday where Johnnie Sunday and she accompanied them from a two weeks vacation with -
of t'rench.IIIuclon. lace was will resume his studies.as he enters home after being the guest of relatives relatives in Tenn. Enroute home Mrs. Donna Shields Wauchula
attached to a Uarra encrusted in his sophomore year at the, University -' in Georgia and North Caro- they visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mc-
seed pearls. of Florida. line for several weeks.. i Larrimore in Tallahassee. I Ilwain.
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., studded chose The and of a grandmother with street-length'allover white pink pink satin rosebuds.of dress lace the streamers fashioned bride with NOW! A NEW WORLD OF WORTH !-



white accessories. Her corsage was

white I The mums.groom's mother wore a NEW FROM DIESEL TO DAZZLE! .
Here they are-handsome, functional Handsome new work-styling includes
street-length dress of blue linen, "
white satin streamers studded with S i '62. Chevrolet'trucks powered to work forward-sloping hoods that allow drivers

pink rosebuds. harder in every weight class. Hefty new to see as much as 10K feet more of the

Following the wedding Mr. and i c 62 V8's with the highest torque In Chevr directly ahead. Chevrolet's famous ,

Mrs. Lester Hand uncle and aunt l rolet history. New diesel brawn for Independent ''Front Suspension gives

of the bride entertained with a i medium-duty models. And new power you a smoother riding, easier working,
reception at their home, 16 N. W. J to pick from in light-duty models. longer lasting truck. New heavier duty,
11th Ave. in Pahokee. Mrs. Edna
: There's a wider choice of power, a smoother hypoid rear axles for middle-
Barrett of Canal Point, greatauntof i CHEVROLET
the bride and Miss Billie Hand. I I "t I wider choice of torque, across the weights. Rugged new I-beam front

-, Aunt, assisted with the reception. board. For heavies, there's the new axles of 9,000or 11000lb. capacity

Following a short honeymoon to I High Torque 409 V8, with 16K percent are available on Series 80 heavyweights.

the East Coast, the couple will be f more torque than ever before available Mufflers are longer" lived on all models.

at home in the Nola Smith apart- ; IOBMASTER from Chevrolet.Big_news in the middleYou'll find a total of 198 models In the

ments in Pahokee* weight class Is the new Chevy-GM 453 new '62 Chevy line-including three i It

The bride is a graduate of P. H. I t J Diesel. Its: compact, rugged, high in work-proved, versatile Corvalr 95's.
S,. class of 61, and is now employedat
Florida Powerand Light Co. TRUCKS !I torque, and backed by years of GM Every model is built to out-haul, out-

The groom is also a graduate of I Diesel experience. In the light-duty last and out-value any other truck at

P. H. S., class of 57, and,is now t lineup the High Torque 261 Six adds anywhere near the price. See ,your ,

serving in the Army.Missionary J tJ WITH NEW new sock, new savings in extra-tough Chevrolet dealer 'Optional at extra cost
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,I applications. You can pick from nine

,.; Group r rin'-I -work. ready-to-save engines.! I ,
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In Regular MeetThe : High loique CHEVROLET : ;


Womans Missionary Union .
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..." ','. '. hokee have elected the following .!-. }sy fi it $v%. New SERIES 60 DIESEL.
officers for the new Church year: Ty { <'r
: .Mrs. Horace Unwin president; Chevy durability.. ,

:, :Mrs. Claude Shirley, vice president; ,.
1I w:} New FLEETSIDE PICKUP. .
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Mrs. Joe
Thompson I
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Mrs. J. C. Mock, treasurer; Mrs. lea's most popular pkkup.wtvwo :;
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Lee Shirley Y. W. A. Director; I
,Mrs. David Unwin G. A. Director;
.Mrs. Price Burdeshaw, Sunbeams; I ,
Mrs. Guthrie Colvard Prayer t .
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Chairman; Mrs. E. B. Gamble Pro-

gram Chairman; 1t rs. Edwin Todd s.

. Mission Study; Mrs. F. G. Gillis I I .___ ___ &
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Community Missions; Mrs. M. P.' I

Stanley Stewardship; Mrs. Wiley yr' ,,
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Tillis. Literature; Mrs. Lester

Hand Social; Mrs. J. P. Herring t .., ... I
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'. Mrs. Adeline Wroten, Pianist; : ..I

'Mrs. Marvin Crady. Children's .
'n '.. Home; Mrs. Charles Wilkinson and !

Mrs. Gene Waits, Beginner SUn- I ) .: :
beams; :Mrs. L. M. Mullis and Mrs.P. I" .
S. Younger Primary Sunbeams; q See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer A .
Mrs. David Unwin Mrs. Don Collier -
and Mrs. Guy Wood. Junior .:'

G A.'s; Mrs. James Batchelor > 'f' ,
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I Shirley and Mrs. C. E. Williams; Stanley
Y. W. A's. '

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