The Everglades news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00094
 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: October 13, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00094
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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........,. .' The Pahokee Blue Devils will
do battle with Fort Pierce high
school tonight on the Pahokee Field.
Beach County Schools will at 8 o'clock. Last week the local
send pupils' home as quickly as pos- aggregation went to the east coastof
sible if warning is received that a Palm Beach county and added

f. nuclear attack is impending. Asst. an unexpected scalp to their belt

Superintendent of EducL'.tion.Clyde I when they overwhelmed the eleven
Harris reported to the Board of representing Forest Hill high
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Public\ 'InstructionWednesday. school by a lop-sided score of 25 to
said the had been
J Harris plan 0. ,
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.agreed. pon by a special committee r The Blue Devils are riding high
organized late last month to devise : rKY9 with four wins under their belt
, a plan for school evacuation ard will
and the game tonight really
t to of schools '. .
study feasibility using .9: test their ability. Fort Pierce
as fallout shelters.
through the years they have been
1 The school officials said that it
sS9n playing Pahokee,- have never beena
h.\d been determined that cost of
set-up for the local squad. A.big
schools to fall out shelters s .
converting a'pv -
crowd is'expected to witness the
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that it desirable .I
appeared more o
,i Belle Glr.de will play at Clewis-
leave this phase of'civil defense to \4 ,
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municipalities and individ a1s.
I, Working with Civil Defense officials ton.PahokeePTAPlan. '
; '" ) the committee agreed ,to If.it takes youth, determination, agressiveness, stick-to-it-ivness and hard-headed; business abilityto
,... send children home to parents so put across a new venture, then the success of the Sugar Cane. Growers Cooperative of Florida is already .
I .' assured. There is a little bit of all that in the group shown above who represent the official familyof
f. standard Civil Defense evacuation
5 I the new Co-Op. They were present, of course, for the Ground Breaking of the new Glades Sugar Halloween Meet.
plans can be followed, Harris ex- House the The News
( and photographer snapped the above picture and Everglades (serving the Glades
I i;: plained. He said children would be untiringly fqr 37 years) hereby records. it for posterity. Shown left to right are: Directors: Billy -
,:.-,., kept at school only if warning time Rogers, Lewis Fl'iend..Joe Tom Boynton Roscell,Wilson and Fritz Stein; President George Wedgworth James Harry Wilkinson Presi-
tf was too short to allow pupils to and Vice President Robert Apelgren. Not in the picture is another director: John Tiedtke and Secre-
dent, presided over the Pahokee
reach homes safely. tary-Treasurer Walter Kautz.Pahokee %
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X He,added the committee plans to ing Monday night in the High
h. ';' draft ,a letter to be distributed :School Auditorium. ._ '
.Ii- .- parents explaining the exact ;
procedure Chamber Officials Pahokee Girl Scout troup con-
,t to be followed each school
: : by -I ducted the. Flag ceremony. Rev.
in the event of a nuclear attack
Jones, Pastor of the Nazarene
,i;1 warning. I Church, led the group in the Bible

L. Take Over Their New Duties meditation and prayer. .. .

:.; First Offerings During the business session it
: was voted the Halloween Carnival -

Following a sumptuous dinner at introduced by Com. Rardin. resentative Emmett S. Roberts of I, be held Tuesday, October 31,
tv Corn Bring $2.75 I I state from six until 10 m.
the Elks Clubroom on Monday Taking for his subject "Organ- Belle Glade were among the I I p.
dignitaries present. Ed Reddy, newly Program on "The Importance ofReading"
i I night of this week new Pahokee ized for Action," Mr. Kelly pointed I I I '
WPB was presented by four
elected president of the
First fall offerings of sweet corn Chamber of Commerce officials out the many advantages ota I I Chamber of Commerce was also I'I'I I I speakers. William Howard, Prin-

I' lave been bringing $2.75 per crate were inducted into their offices I well organized chamber of com- present and gave the local cham- cipal of the Pahokee Elementary

since harvest started early last I with Bob Fisher taking over the merce and the untold accomplish- ber a few words of greeting and School introduced the following

,.. l week. Hull Packing Company was head job as president of the organization ments possible under proper direc- encouragement.Karl speakers: Mrs.,Catherine Cunningham -

one of the first toTaring in the new succeeding Karl Mindlin tion.Mr. Mindlin' summing up the ,, First grade Introduction to
corn. It is expected that about sev- II who served during the past year. Kelly concluded by saying: past year's accomplishments pointed Reading Mrs..!. M. Lair, Remedial I
en farmers will be offering sweet Judge James L. Tyson, Jr., was "We are going to suggest this com to the new industries Which Reading ;Mrs. Myrth McCormick j I

corn by the middle of next week. inductedinto the position of vice ing year to your organization and have come into the area and pre- F. R. A. Reading Laboratory, and I
I president and E. A' Jensen took to all other Chambers of Commercein dicted more would come in the not :Mrs. E. D, Sims spoke on The Tran- i

I over" as treasurer. Mrs. Duncan1 the county, the establishment of too distant,future. sition From Elementary to High
BacomPointJob Padgett will remain with the chamber a Palm Beach County Council of School.

as executive secretary. The induction I I I Chambers of Commerce."We I Room count won'by Mrs. Gold- i

To Come Up For Bid! ceremony was under the 'believe that such a vehicle, Belle Glade. Ties en's second grade' and Mr. Lampi'a; I II I
.; ''direction of County CommissionerPaul in which there would be equal rep= I twelfth graderRefreshments "
Rardin. resentation through the managersand Stuart Squad 6-6' were served by !
/ A Glades road, in the planning Holdover directors presented by officers of all the various; I Mrs., J. 'E. Williams and.her refreshment I
;' stages for two years, will be up Com. Rardin to the huge throng chambers, can be a most effective committee_ from .Canal I i
r for bids Oct. 24, the county commission present for the evening were; Luther instrument for accomplishing and Suncoast Conference rivals the Point. !

;. has learned.. York, C. E. Williams- Luke achieving the program that this Stuart Tigers and the Belle Glade j
The state road department noti-I I Dufresne Oscar Dobrow C. R. county must have.
Rams to a 6-6 tie last :
played Bulbs Sale
fied commission_ that Wetherington and C. L. Shirley, Jr. "We can be realistic-all of us Light ; j
ment of .2 mile of imProve-I Outgoing directors were: Karl are not going to agree on every- Friday night before a crowd of

road in'Pahokee' will be Mindlin, Doris Sasser Otto Bleech thing.But I think you can visualize 1,800 in Stuart. By 2 Lions Clubs I !4

bids to be opened at Tallahassee I and Wiley Tillis. some of the things that could be The Rams score came with only ,

.' later this 'month. '. New directors taking up their accomplished simply through the 30 seconds left in* the first half ;
The road board also notified the I duties for the first time were: existance of such an organizationa The Canal Point Lions club and i
when the Belle Glade quarterback
commission that it'had received a i Frank Gillis, Hon. James L. Tyson forum where we can learn mora the Pahokee Lions club will makea i

s petition of protest for four laning I Jr., Ray Hatton and David Uwin. about each other's problems and, Dwight Ward went through from concerted drive on Tuesday, Oc- I:

U. S. 441 through Pahokee and Band Director R. O. Lampi presented I even more important, come to real- the one on'a sneak.Ted Roman, left tober 17, to,:sell light bulbs to en- I
that the petition will be consideredin three of his band membersin ize how many problems we have in guard, missed the kick for the hance the treasuries of the two
future planning for highway Im- a musical interlude following the. common. point. clubs for further work on their
provement. The commission voted dinner and preceding the featured "I sincerely hope that you folks Stuart took the kick in the third sight conservation: program.

to.send copies of the road board's speech of the evening. David Beede will give this your very serious quarterand marched 60 yards in Members of--the two clubs have E c
letter to the Pahokee Lions Club played a flute solo and Buddy Lam- consideration during the next few eight plays with left half Pete Val- pledged officials of the organiza-
and the Pahokee Garden Club. pi played a trombone solo with months because I honestly believe entino scoring from the five on a tions to make'an all-out effort in
.. .- Miss Alice Elaine Hurt at the that some such vehicle as this is right end sweep. Phillip :Matthews the light bulb sale to garner as
TO VISIT CANAL POINT piano. essential to all of us. We all must kick was deflected and the scoringwas much ready cash as possible for

Mrs. Charles Sears and son, Reid, Featured speaker of the eveningwas work -for our individual commun- finished for the evening. the sight program. So, if you needa
of Dectaur, Ga., will arrive the Cecil B. Kelly, publisher of the ities but on many things it has An 80-yard drive in 20 plays in few light bulbs, be on the lookout
first of the week to spend several Palm Beach Post and Palm BeachTimes. come to the point where we must the fourth quarter brought Stuart for Lions next Tuesday.

days with her parents Mr. and He replaced the formerly I first work for Palm Beach. across the Belle Glade scoring line :
:Mrs. Homer Barnes of Pahokee and scheduled speaker, M. E. (Jack) County." but the final play was nullified by, S. A. Nail arrived Wednesdayfrom

:Mr. Sears' parents Mr. and Mrs. Cox of the WPB Chamber of Com- State Senator Ralph Blank of a backfield in motion call.- against! Petersburg to spend three' .
H. H. Sears of Canal Point. merce who was ill. Mr. Kelly was I West Palm Beach and State Rep- the Tigers. weeks vacation'with Mrs. Nail. '



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!I 'f Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida y rid ye Qctofcer 13, 1961 -

I I ;Barbara' () To BeNewCwnsefer I!l! cal Car4enCiub Sorority Meeting .

i Meets October 19 On Thursday "Stfe

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The October meeting of the 'Canal The Xi Beta Tau Chapter df Beta

Point Garden Club will beheld Sf fgma Phi i Sorority met at the.
Mrs. Barbara Pope of ,Pahokee home bf Mrs.'Carrol Parker Thursday I.
Thursday October 19th at 3 p.
has been named Counselor for the Oct.'5, with Mrs. Chas Wilkerson -
in the Community Club Mrs. M.m.1
Domestic Relations Department of Carter President presiding. presiding in the absence of the

the newly created Juvenile Court of, 'O.K. Sheppard will be hostess and President, Mrs. Bill Moss.It .
Palm Beach County, 'according to 3hfrs. H.G.Rodgers Co-hosess. was announced that the City

announcement by Alton Murray Mrs.'Cecil of Clewiston will present 'Council will give 'a coke party
director and will be assigned to October 21, honoring the new
program orchids.
a on :
work in the Glades with headquarters pledges of the Beta Omicron Chap-
All members are urged to attend '
I I at the Glades Officce Building.' ter.All three Chapters will partici-
this meeting, and an Invitation has
The Rariin Ruifckg* ,In Canal Mrs. Pope as a domestic relations
PoiBtFlorida been extended to both Pahokee pate.Norma
counselor 'will be 'workingdirectly' Garden 'Cl bs. Aldridge was appointed
.THi::LAKK l QKHpOHOBEE.REGION HOME OF with female delinquents in the ..M -- .- | Sunshine Secret Sister Chairmanand

Glades. and_ 'will. take_ up 'her .new Mrs. Lee Shirley was appointed -
:: .IP EYEMIADE3: NEWSServing ; duties October 23. She has been' SRD Engineer Will 1 Publicity Chairman to fill the

: ;'employed; with the Florida' State Retii-e On Nov. 27 ) Vacancy of Lillian Hatton, who has
the LAke'Okeech Tanning Region Without Department of Public' Welfare' 'bc granted 'a year's leave'of ab

Intel rapt ton Binary-Weak for Mora Than 80 Years since May 1959. A letter of appreciation for cooperation sence.

Established. .Mareh 11. 1924 Published Every FridayS Emory Newell, son of the late shown to Palm Beach Mrs. Lob White presented the
; .. iipUen;Price '$2.00 Year In :Advance late Judge E:. G. Newell of the County was voted for a retiring program. on Art and Sculpture. *
criminal court of record, has been member of the State Road Department .'- --

,, The Btrez: UdeH! Newa Is'Entered at the Post'Office appointed by the governor as the 1 Ii by the county commis- 'HOME FROM HOSPITAL

la QjBaLfiBtet,.Florida, as Second dam Matter new judge of the Juvenile Court sion.To Harry McIntoSh, president of
which had its inception in the coun- I receive the letter is W. D. the Bank of Pahokee returned to
Paulgardia Owner, Editor, Publisher ty on October 2, 1961. ,Carlton who retires next month as 'his home in Pahokee yesterday I

R ... district engineer for the state road after spending the past ten days
Mrs. Max Beverly returned to department at Ft. Lauderdale. In a West Palm Beach hospital
f Here Js What "'Transpired At Monday's, : her home in Ochlocknee Ga., Wed- Carlton has worked for years with "re he was given a series of

nesday after a two week visit with the county commission on state tests and treatment. He is on the 1
Meeting Of The Palm Beach
her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Grady : road projects and will retire Nov. mend and will be back at his deskin
Boynton in Canal Point the bank in a day or two.
County 'Commission


The county commission this I I I partment, a request from the bity I .
week paved the way for Palm I of West Palm Beach asking that '

Beach County to be the first, area Okeechobec Road be relocated to
in the state to have'an underground bisect: Clear Lake. I ; s F'

control center for its Civil Defense Voted to sign a $7,500 contract

organization.The with the American Appraisal Co.,

commission granted' its CD I to inspect the county's buildings II' Phone 511'Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
section permission to use two bunkers I for insurance purposes. "

-one time storage vaults for Decided to modify the county I SALES and SERVICE
Airforce ammunition-as a control prisoners to improve exercise fa- I
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center.At the same time the commission, cilities.Agreed to offer a 50-50 split with I Heating Air Conditioning = Appliances I Iil ,
the city of Delray Beach to financean 1
voted to prohibit hunting on a 610 $18,000 drainage project at the (,itlJjj1.V )L VAV .V Vl.11.l.. \l.f.I.-\l..C\.V.ll'l.v.. V ,MV A VAVVVV\.I\JH_'IH_',.,,--, II{-'
acre area on which the bunkers are ,
intersection of NE 2nd and
located. Opening days .of the. dove Ave.
Severest Blvd.Rogers .
season brought a number of complaints .
from resident near the \

area that scores of hunters were His ,
spraying homes with birdshot. .Mameless ELECTRIC Cookie ,
In other actions this week the .
commission: P. B. County Office I Ii I (

Took under advisement a request I

from the City of Lake Worth ask- i Congressman Paul G. Rogers announced I foo"I

ing lots title in that to municipality.several county owned today that he has opened r ,, J .E heats. the

Referred an office in West Palm Beach,
to the
engineering: de-
Florida to serve the 6th Congres'-:: I 'I
the kitchen '
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---. sional District during the months .

Congress is not in sessiqn. .
: Classified Ads Located in Koom,411 of the Har-

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West Palm.Beach, the office will be .4..r ? : .
SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you : the F ame1es( : ::: '
have one, get in touch with this maintained on, regular business I I { ,. \
newspaper. and. insert a, $1, classified hours, 9 to 5 daily Monday through !I '':fa.Hf.55.4.. '..t'
ad.,It will get results.All ads Friday from now until 9 S.y.nA
payable advance.. The Everglades ber.The mid-DeCem-1 I ws. '
News, Canal)Point Fla. Congressman's
office will also remain open'to be'l I
SAMPLE COPIES of last, Week's of service to.anyone requesting information I I
edition were mailed in canal Point and the I
departments or agencies of the
new subscriptions wilt be w wefcoth
r Federal.government, and for visit-
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ed this week. Just S&Cto :lor'a.
ors to the CapitoL Mall regarding
will-keep you informed''ot.happ ti= I .
,these matters should be addressed 4 .n.yy'r
inns in thfcTarea.FOB r ,
:to Room 111. Old House Office ;

SALE:,.New.an4tweda \Bldg., Washington 25, D. C. .4: :r ..l.r. r. A..1./.r... F !4
Jeeps. Walter Aahfert f) Individual appointments speak '> ,
Belle Glad/Phone. laIn engagements' and related mat- .

.. ; :jters will ft* handled vby the Florida, ELECTRIC$ cooking means there's FLAME cooking means heajfc. spills j
1 e, pffice andnushouldbe addressed direct contact between utensil and around utensil heats
ATART&fl: are' needed by : ? : up up your J
''many.folks coming iatotMv'Area to P..O. Box 2191, West Palm heating'element.:Heat goes quickly kitchen-and you! -

to'earn a living. Do you have dad .Beach. and directly! Into the food-=not -
for rent?-Ten-them ancf the world Congressman, Rogers, will be:I kitchen. -
available in Beach your t
the West Palm i
clasattledl ;th696
through :a ; d4Jz;
,. Send office tosee tiny resident of the
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District and it is suggested thatthey
of the apartment and a$}.bjjh&nd 1 A modern automatic electric range will cook food just as fast : : r'
we'll do the rent 4A write or phone a.few days m :-
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: &Eterg cook MEW CLCCTI8MCworld's
as food will .without: wasted heat that overheats* the
advance that time sched .
News. Canal Point Fte so maybe '
uled. The telephone. number isI I kitchen and you. Flameless. electric cooking.means no constant total, ",

SUBSCRIPTIONS :are due.ct.Jf your 833-9741. burning,pilot lights... also eliminates the.by-products flame' 'cuts
name label shows yoof:to, 60 'm cooUnj fime from
arrear on payment.. Sefttt alongtttiat Congress, adjourned on September I ; soot, fumes greasy fuel grime.So change over to the comfort; hours to ales. ,j !,
j 27th after an 8% month ses ,
52.00 payment noW abcf wtf 1 sion. Congressman Rogers will,begin t.. and convenience of a nameless: electric,range. .:you' '11 be proud f seconds root ramttes! I
will continue to send ihisgreat '
palladium of the1'fattnBy yoiir '''tir slcle.1 ,his.annual;,tour of,the 11 counties of your kitchen as wen as your cooking. -...--...-...-- I

Point now making up the 6th .District' : ."
Everglades News Ctetaf .; See your electric appliance dealer today : I
Fla. ,as soon,as.possible, in order I. .. t

to--,report on the, activities of the, f fri
VACATION 1 TEkCE is just Around Congress,and ,seek the views of V

the cornerv,Before yotTtake.off,: area residents on the activities of : ,1
how about dropping :a'check, for i Congressand seek.the views cf : ; xo/LIa f fJlJf.Il L i. ,

$2.00 in the mail for got ,subscription li area residents.on matters expectedto ...irs CHEAPER root : ,

to The Everglades: Nets, Canal be brought,before' the next session : IEi11El ... :
."'Point, Fla I: which::will meet January 10, ,. t j !'

FOR SALE:, Large Maytag' Gas;1962.: .. FLORIDA, POWER & LIGHT COMPANY : '!

Stove, Used very'Httle: Can 7600. .
Pahokee after 4.pi,mi, Mrs. Jessie Hughes is recovering HELPING BUILD fLOKIDA ..:... ....'
I 'from an illness at the home of Mr. t. t f

LAND FOR.BENT,to..warm j zone :sand Mrs. Cecil Clark after being a s v i'= ..',.; ,;.,
near the lake. Phone Hub Spooner paitent at Everglades Memorial /' nnt A a fondmetednc wdudtd _' .. f,

Pahokee 7128. tf Hospital. M Net MCOALUOM HOME 1 .

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+ Q: How,does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of the Bond. t>

A: With Series E Bonds, the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face' value and the ot}
+. $25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate.interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide .
f : Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living, expenses, while E Bonds build a .1.-: I
nest egg for the future. That's; why many retired J I.
mature in just 7 years, 9 months. : \
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A.. .;,. i With Series H Bonds, the 10 year maturity'periodstays .child's. education buy E Bonds. say "L.. I
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months.With both E and H Bonds the new.rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series E and series : ': '.,:. ./ iI''
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: a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. A: Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $100 ., i
Q:When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00)" $200 (cost $150.00), $500 : '- .t j I
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t Page Four,: -: The.Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday. October 13. 1961PERSONAL : !
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twenty years of service. Five day from Hendersonville., N. C.- Mrs. Ray H. Angel and childrenof

s later he celebrated his 73rd days\\where he has been working. in the Pahokee spent last weekend In '

1' NEWS QrEsl day anniversary at a dinner summer vegetable deal. Orlando as 'guests of her sister .

at home of his son and daughter- Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Parnell of and family Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth '

in-law Mr. and Yrs Maurice Sul- Pahokee plan to spend tills Sunday Hanson : R

: livan of Pahokee. visiting her mother, Mrs. D. H. Mrs. Lula Barfield of '
. Mr. and :Mrs. Earl Wilson and Mrs. Wiley Tillis has received I
Mr.and Mrs.J.E. Clark and four Sherman in Winter Haven and was a weekend visitor in West 1
his Uncle word that her brother Lawrence .
family accompanied by ,
children of New Jersey are visit- their son, Gene who is a studentat Palm Beach
\ and Aunt, Mr.and Mrs. F. M Wilson Jaudon is in the hospital in Wau-: as guest of her sister i
ing for several days with her brother Fla. Southern College in Lake- and family Mrs. J. E. Roberts and
.' dinner chula from throat in- \
were Friday evening suffering
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Whitehouse.
t Jim fection. land.Mr. 1
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hig-
I Arnold J. Scruggs and family of j i and Mrs. Bruce Bitting and Wallace Mole and Miss
K gens and family in West Palm Mrs. W. S. Evans Mrs. J. H. }
'.' Canal Point. Mr. Clark is connected family of Canal Point had as their Phelon both students of Florida
Beach before attending the/Forest Strayer and Mrs. J. D. Latham at-
with R. C. A. and has been house ,
guest last week her mother Christian of ;
College Tampa, were
, Hill-Pahokee football game. Mrs. tended an executive committee of I
transferred to University of Miami Mrs. Mary Lee McLean of Miami. i the weekend
of his
\ Earl Wilson and Mrs. Higgins are the Palm-Lake Association WMUat I guests parents ; 1 ,
as manager of a new computer.The Mds. McLean celebrated her 78th Mr. and,Mrs. W. G. Mole of Paho- "
"4'*, sisters.. Northwood Baptist church yes- family is visiting relatives while" birthday anniversary Friday, Oct. kee., ."'
Jerry Rutherford arrived in Pa-i I terday. waiting for their furniture to ar- 6, with her daughter and family.I .a. ;
hokee last week from Wilmington, Frank Belk, Gene Bradley, and rive in Miami. 1
Bitting and children accomp- VISITORS % |
,-* Deleware and is the houseguest of Hilton Jones of Pahokee attendedthe ;
Cheryle (Cherry) Pierce of Pa- anied her to Miami on Saturdayand I Mr. and Mrs. L D. Echols of 1'i:
his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. funeral services Sunday for W. *
hokee, daughter ,Mrs. Russell were her week end guests. Canal Point have as their house I i
. and Mrs. B. R. Mosley. E. McCall Sr. held Sunday after- \
% Weeks, also of Pahokee underwent Mr. and Mrs. O. Sheppard' and guests her sister, her son and family i
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Latham and noon near Wimauma. <
1 surgery for broken.jaw and ither daughter Hazel of Canal Point Mrs. L. G. Adams Jr. of- I{"
their Son Hunter drove over to Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk. Sr., and
head injuries Monday in the St. had as their guests last Wednesday weed Ga., and Mrs. and Glenn'I'f'I
Cocoa Sunday a. m. and were the I son, Jimmy of West Palm Beach
f Marys Hospital in West Palm 1 l his brother-in-law and sister Mr. Charles Adams of Atlanta Ga.
: .. guests for the day of their son and Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk Jr., and Beach. I
Cherry was injured Saturday -, and Mrs. Clyde Chesser of Naples. Sunday luncheon guests includedthe
family Mr. and Mrs. James La also their son and daughter-in-law r
in a freak automobile accident They were accompanied by his from and
John HI and Karen of II'I company Georgia a ,
tham and daughter. children ,
, young
" in 'West Palm Beach she was a mother Mrs.Inez Sheppard of Ro- party of six, sisters, nieces of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs..J. S. Atkins of Pel- Lake Worth were Sunday lunch- I -
: passenger in a friend's car when a I anoke, Ala., their:house guest Mrs. Echols; Mrs. I. D. Cadenhead, Mrs.
Lake had their weekend eon of Mrs. Kirk's sister
ican guests
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wheel rod broke. Reports from the II Sheppard remained here for a visit H. M. Chesser. Mrs D. P. Riner, ,
housegucsts her brother and 81stI and husband, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. '
family are that she will be in the with her son and family before she I Mrs. R. J. Fltzek and daughter
- er-in-law and children, Mr. and Ammons af Canal Point.T. :
; hospital approximately fifteen I returns to her home in Alabama. Donna, Mrs. D. Q. Wynn and
Mrs. S. H. Cooper, ;Mack and Robin E. Sullivan of ,Pahokee .better I son 1.
I ,Mrs. Seth'Roberts of Pahokee is i I Tim and Mrs. Wilbur Starter, Jr., ,
of Tampa also their daughter and known as Uncle Tom retired days.Mr.
t and Mrs. John Dulany of a patient in the Everglades Memorial 1 j all of Naples: and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur -
. family Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Shelby i Sept. 30 as Fire Warden with the I
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" Belle Glade returned ,home Tues- Hospital. :I Echols of Belle Glade.
" and little daughter Martha Anne Everglades Fire Control after I ,

',' of West Palm Beach Fla. I

" Lt. and Mrs. A. W. Schell, Jr., I 'I
and small daughter Connie of Patrick J I

I Air Force Base were the f

weekend guests of her parents Mr. .., ... \ 1A
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' and Mrs. J. T. Platt of Pahokee. "

t, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Morgan of

: Pahokee spent the weekend Inc I

Gainesville, with their daughter
Miss Suzanne Morgan and helped I
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t her celebrate her birthday anniver-

.. sary. They were accompanied on
the trip by Mrs.Ida Larrimore for .
I: a weekend visit with relatives. 1 I

Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lombard and

daughter Lisa of Miami spent several i

days last week as guests of t

her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. ,

; Miller in Canal Point. iUt

L, Mr. and Mrs. John Williams and ; o

,. daughters Amy Jo and Jean Beth #

of Orlando left Sunday after spend-

" ing the weekend with his parents.

r Mr. and Mrs. J. .Williams: Dur- .
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irfg'their '''visit his sister, Velma, -

celebrated her sixteenth birthday ) "!' .! F: .. ( vrf
\ anniversary.Col. / i1
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and Mrs. W. S. Evans returned \\ q '

last Tuesday to their home -:: :
in Port Mayaca from a two aPriced

month's vacation tour into Mon- i, : like : ,
, tana and Canada. Enroute home : Mighty a

they visited relatives in Kentucky .
North Carolina and North Florida.

Lewis Mrs.,Friend Rupert left Mock,Sunday and via train Mrs. Thimderbirdi;: .

i' to join their husbands who are on ; :! lit)' .

a hunting trip in Wyoming. They i

will go on to San Francisco..Calif., ':" ,. -
to attend the Bankers Convention .

there. I (l :
Mrs. J.. R. York was the guest ; .

I of Miss Dorsey in West Palm Beach 2 ; like a : !

during the past weekend.Miss Dor- "

sey made her home with Mrs. i ,:'. '.
York during the time she was librarian '
in Pahokee. :Miss Dorsey is .

: \ librarian at Seacrest school new. .. Ford '

Mr. and Mrs. A. R.. Harrington w
and family visited Mrs. Sidney '

Prescott in Hollywood Saturday.

I.:. :recent Mrs ;;Prescott thyroid surgery.is recovering from ? fiq I// i : : '

: junior Miss at Cyndy F. S.Friend U. Tallahassee, who is a, U\"ml\ M 1M I IYl\ 1rf1JJ( .

.' was the weekend guest'of her par
Pahokee.ents Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend Great new proof that your Ford Dealer ;is always first with the finest! ; .

r. Johnnie Smith, who is a sopho- ,
more at the University of Floridain .

Gainesville was the" weekend Only the '62 Galaxie looks so much like Thunderbird, "
. guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. .
:' I :R. T. Smith in Canal Point. feels so much like Thunderbird, thrills so much like, l' ,

Mr, and Mrs. Joe Beahand and ::
', Thunderbird! And for 1962, Galaxie introduces twice-a- -;
> little daughter of Eau Gallie were Galaxieby

: the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. year maintenance, or every 6,000 miles. service-saving >

Maxson during the past weekend. 'features proved by -billion owner-driven miles! Why
>: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ursry and + "_

'. children of Jacksonville have moved pay more .' or settle for less? Ford '

r to Canal Point and are living II. .

with Mrs. Ursry's mother Mrs. '-I.... ". ;

r employed:Evie Keen.at Mr.the Ursry Bryant is at present Sugar 7 -:';'See the features 'of'the future? now-at your Ford Dealer's ;.D.A.f.rr. ,

; House where he is helping fabri- .
,.. cate the steel in the new structure. \ < r;" "

Noma Norman Pahokee F. F. A. tr.t :
> Advisor accompanied by Willie *
, Veal. Bill Johnson and Eddie Ver- Pahokee Motor -
Company 'r -
tommen of Pahokee are attending > '. )

t the National Convention of F. F. A. . .
C: this week. In'Kansas City, Kansas. : .
:4: :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Strauss of ," k ... .
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Page Six' The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday October 13, 1961 ;

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:Choir-Banqiwt Is I;'I'Erickson Tells. OfCanafPointHistbry' .I':,

Held """.:
By BaptistsThirty ;
II, Floyd Erickson, Canal Point I ''::.

Lions Club member, entertained i
six members of the First the local Lions Club members Mon- ;

Baptist Church of Pahokee enjoyed day evening, by relating the history J
: a church choir Banquet Satur- of Canal Point from the year of

__ day evening in the Belle Glade Cottage 1911 to the present time. He told >. :
Grill. The social chairman about the serious and the comical ;:
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Mrs. Frank Thompson, assisted by events*which took place throughout -

Mrs. Lee Shirley, presented a pro. these year !
I .. First Methodist Canal Point \ St. Maiy's: Catholic gram of two musical gamea also Past president, A. Harrington: '!

Church Pahohee ,. Bast'ffiii : ::1L lh Mrs. Colvard choui leader- presented inducted the new member, A. H. !

t a skit: "Rag Mop": Scruggs, into the Club, also appointed i

Rev. T. C. O'Steen Rst, Cl\arles D. Stewart, Pastor 'Father Francis' ]?ennech, Pastor Rev. Colvard, Pastor, officiatedas the following committee on !

,SUNDAY: wroAY; Stuy? Mass --:;.ll:30ta.mi' installing. office, 1 of.tbe..' new "the Annual Lions Club Turkey; \
8:45 a. m.-Church &Iiop1 9t45 a. m,-Sunday.School' Cojof cantons before bass. .choir: leaders, ill a form of orchestra Shoot: D. L. Hooks, Chairman; assisted I

11:00. a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00..a.HornfDg Worship .. .- instruments. Ralph Grimes was by Albert Frcmd and Gaul- :

a i : 6:45 p.'' .-MYF 6:30 p. .-Training Union. The Church Of God inducted as president along with, den Harrington. i
7 30 Evening # ..
7:45 ) m. Worship
p. m.-Evening Worship P. :Mrs. Frank Th9rnpson, Vice Pres.; !
TUESDAY;. : W DNE D4Y&: .Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal -
Lee Wroten, Secretary; Mrs.
i : 7:00 p.ticeWEDNESDAY m.-Vesper Choir prac I 7:30-p. xn.-,Prayjer.? )lee &g. Point E. B. Gamble, Librarian. The fol- Kathryn Young Is i

A Road lowing members were installed as

;; 7:45 p. m.-:Mid-week- devotions The Methodist Church 10:00 John H. Kinard pastor section helpers: Mrs. Wiley Tillis, Worthy Advisor i iI
a. m.-Sunday School 'soprano Mrs. Frank Till=
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8:30 m.-Senior Choir Point Florida I
p. practice. Canal
.tl 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service I :James Batchelor, Jr.:, tenor; Lee !

< ,:' m t m t > Robert Shelley,Pastor 7:45 p. m-Evangelistic Service Shirley, bass; Mrs... Colvard, choir Miss Kathryn Young of Port 1la'I'I
8:00 p. m. Tuesday -V. L. B. director Mrs. M. P. aca was installed as Worthy
SUNDAY: ; Stanley, pian-
Canal Point First 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M.: B. ist and Mrs. Wm.DuBose visor of the Pahokee Order of Rain- ,
10:00. a. m.-ch ii ch School organist. I
f Baptist Church 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Everyone welcome. Special musio Mrs. C., L. Shirley was in chargeof bows, Sunday, October 8, at 2:30 I

6:30.p. m. Youth Fellowship and singing. the decorations and used rust p. m. in the Masonic Hall. :Mrs.

1 Elder R.E.Barfleld 7:90 p. m.-Evening Worship -- and yellow hibiscus flowers to car- I Angelea Sears sensed as the install-

,. I SUNDAY: MONDAY: Christian Science ry out the. fall color theme.PalmLake ing officer, Mrs. Gladys Harrington -
3:15 m.-Yo\ith Choir practice .-B installing Chaplain; Mrs. Bernice -
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School p. Caqal
f Group Of ) Point
11:00 a. m.l'tlomIngVorshJp. TUESDAY: Group Sheppard, Installing Recorder;
8:00 p' Woman's Mrs. Jesse Barnes, Installing Marshal -
.! .. 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. m.- Society The healing and.redemptive -
.'- 8:00 p. m.:'-Evening Worship 1st Tuesday power Meets,October 19-20 ; Miss Alice Elaine Hurt, In-
of divine Truth will be
.WEDNDESDAY: 2nd MONDAY:, stalling Musician.
4' 7:30 p. m.-:Midweek Prayer 7:80 p. IB.-Esther Class meeting at Christian Science services The Palm-Lake Baptist, AsSOCia-1 Installed along with Miss Young

:;... Service x,2nd WEDNESDAY: Sunday in the Lesson-Sermon on I I'tion will hold its annual meetingon ,were: Amy Young, Worthy Asso-

and 4th TUESDAYS: 7:30 p. m.-prayer Meeting the subject "Doctrine of Atone- ciate Advisor; Gale Sears, Charity;
r 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary _c.- ment." Thursday and Friday. October Connie Singletary, Hope; Velma

... Meeting. 19-20, at the Riviera Beach and Williams, Faith; Mary Lee Adams,
-. Church Of.God, Peter's healing of the lame man
Belvedere Baptist cnurches with Love; Janette Harrington, Religion -
as related in Acts (4) will be Included
First. Baptist Barfield Highway Rev. James A. Boyd as moderator.He .I ; Willadine Todd, Nature; Pat
in readings from the Bible, '
.., is also chairman of the pro- Gandy, Immortality; Annele Nix
together with his to those
Church PahokeeGuthrie Pahokee Florida reply
gram ,committee for the meeting.A Fidelity; Cynthia Martin, Patriotism -
9:45 A. M,-Sunday School who questioned him regarding the
Elaine Adams Service
Memorial Service will be con- ; ; Peg-
W. Colvard, Minister 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship 1 I source of his healing ability: "Be I
: ducted at the Riviera Beach churchat gy Turner, Chaplain; Sharon Wat-
Sunday School 9:45 a, m. 7:30 P. Evangelistic,Service it, known unto ;you all,, and to all
7:30 p. m. by Rev. Charles D. son, Drill leader; and Alice Elaine
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting the people of Israel, that by the
Stewart Hurt Outer Observer.
pastor of the Canal Point ,
Training Union.:- 6:30 p. m. name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, I
Baptist hurch.A The Hall was decorated with
Evening. Worship = 7:30 p. m. 7:30 P. M. Thursday-Y. P. E. whom ye crucified, whom God
fern and hibiscus flowers in the
... interesting program has been
Wednesday Prayer{ raised from the dead ,
; even by him
arranged for the meeting and it is pastel colors. Following the instal-
::. .A Service warm welcome- 7:30p.,to all.m. St. Peter's,Lutheran doth whole.this "man stand here before the sincere hope of the Baptist lation services, refreshments were

you leaders served Mrs. W. C. Young.
Church Belle Glade that. an unusually large by \
"' 'One of the correlative citations or .
crowd will be present from. the
: The Pahokee Church .to be read from "Science and Glades. ATTEND REVIVALRev.

: I August Koerber, Pastor Health with the .... '
Keyto, Scriptures"by and Mrs. Charles D. Stew-
Of jThe.Efazarene: '
I 601,W. Lake R_ d., Bell Glade Mary .Bakgr:Eddy states:"'The art and Mrs. Paul Rardin attended -
433 Bacom Paint Rd. SUNDAY: same power which heals sin heals Sgt. ReportingTo revival services at the*First',

Phone 7528 P. O. Box'882 Divine School 9:45 Services A. M.11 A. )( also sickness. This is 'the beautyof Fort Lee For DutySgt. Baptist Church.'in Lake Worth

SUNDAY SERVICES: -.. holiness, that when Truth heals Friday night. Rev. Arthur Rich .of

9:45 a. m.-=Sunday School. I the sick, It casts out evils, and .Roland Todd, Jr., Admin- Lakeland was the evangelist and

11:00 a. m.=Sunday Worship. Holy Nativiiy\ when Truth casts out the evil called istrative Supply Technician of the .Jerry McGee of Northwood was

6:30 p. m.-Juniors. Episcopal Church disease, it heals the sick (p. 135). Belle Glade National Guard left the singer for the week's meeting.
7:00 m.Sunday Evening .
p. i Sunday with his wife, Dawn and 1
Evangelistic Service. I' Pahokee-< Statement Required by the Act of
WEDNESDAY: I August 24, 1912, As Amended.by the sons Charles and Keith for Fort ,I Mrs. Ollie Adams returned to her

7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer M. Wendell Hamiin, vicar-.- Acts of March 3, 1933, July Z, 1946 and, Lee Petersburg, Va., where he will home Tuesday after a two week
SUNDAY: 'June 11, 1960 (74 Stat. 208) Showingthe report for.::.ctive duty Oct. 12, visit in Glenwood, Georgia.
meeting. 1961.1
Ownership, Management and ... \
"Where you. area stranger but 10'a. m. Sunday. School. Circulation,_of -- .
once". 11 a. m. Worship Service The Everglades, News, published

-eek1&' at Canal Point ,Florida far::

i-n.. ii in n n 1,1 n.i. H.. m H M.Mn. i i H.H i M 111111. n 11 October. 1961. ----- About ?

State- of Florida )). ss. Thinking, Building

County of Palm Beach )
Need! That the name and addresses of the
Money publisher, and editor are;

":_ Florida.Publisher; Paul Rardln. Canal Point. i: For Free Estimates, Call -
Editor: Paul Rardln. Canal Point.

To Build It? Florida.That the owner Is- Paul Rardln Canal
Point. Florida. WILEY TILLISGeneral
That the known bondholders, mortg ,
I agees and other security holders.own-
ing or holding 1 per cent or_more of
total amount of bonds mortgages, or BuildingContractorBox :
other securities are: NONE. _
That the average number ,of coplea
of each Issue of this publlcatui sold or 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127
distributed through the malls or otherwise k .
.. to paid subscribers during the
twelve months preceedlng the date
shown above was 509.

Paul Rardln. ,
Editor and Owner. I
Sworn and subscribed before me this'12th
:. day of October 1961.
(Notary Public Cattle Sales
Seal) Monday
: : :;: .............""...."..,.:>.................._...>. JOHN D. ROGERS .
My Commission Feb. 23, 1962.
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: -_ .--" ., Local 4-H Club In Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market ,

1 ....,' -.'.'-' ..-4\.io=.. I-. '. .,.. October 5th Meet which is owned and. operated by more. than 120
Florida Cattlemen. ,
Canal Point Girls 4-H Club met
r. : Home Financing Is Our 'Specialty October 5 in the school auditorium.Mrs. You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here

r' B. O. Bitting1 and Mrs. A. R. at this Market We make an effort.at all times to give

When i you finance your home here, you deal with Harrington, leaders met with us. an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us

a local association with headquarters right here There were 35 members present. trial. ,
Officers for the year'were elected. IiiiJ c a, ,
_- .
Shirley Trett" d the group In *********-i7-HIi !

.the Devotion ,8l4 Pledge to the

v you attain: true, debt-free home ownership. Flag Project books were distributed SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1, p. nu.

., to the girls for their year's Club
HrS-H-H-H"H 11H 1- work.

Officers for this year are Presi- .
livestock MarketASSOCIATION
Everglades FederalSAYINGS dent Nancy Harrington; Vice President

Maxine Trett; Secretary,
4- : Peggy Bitting; Song Leaders, Shir-

& LOAN ASSOCIATIONSAVINGS ley Trett, Sylvia Martin; Devo- On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
UP TO flQ, 00 BY TCOffUT* 8ATBTOS! tions. Gloria Hall: Reporter. JoAnn

AND LOAN INSURANCE OORPORATKSf Parker Recreation Chairman' Phone WY 6-3028 George Young Manager

M S. W. ATX..*V >BKLXJK dUADK 1 WT FIM7 Josephine Young, Patrice.Hoyle.. I

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I Victory Class Of Pahokee i Method B.etit'M Y f Cirde Persons- 'Get. \ I IN Tlffi.1.HOSPITALPatients'remaining in the Ever-

In Pahokee MeetingMrs. State Aid In P. B. 'Co. glades Memorial Hospital Wednesday -

t Church HoiiorsMrs.) Vena Mae Schroder October. 11; William Ward,
i I C, R. Wetherington, cochairmen Thomas E. Penick, Chairman oDistrict f Mrs. Frances Mills, Mrs. Mary !

presided over the Betty 10 Welfare Board of the Starling, Mrs. Lovda Newton and t
t The Victory Class,of the First Methodist Church of Pahokee Mills, 'Circle of' the Womens :Missionary .State Department of Public Welfare baby, and Mrs. Judy Berryhill and
I honored Mrs Vena Mae Schroder of Pahokee 8 I
at Sunday School with a Vena Mae Schroder,Day.Sunday Mrs., Christine Union,of the Pahokee Baptist reported that_in Palm Beach baby all of Pahokee; Miss Rita

Fraser.was Program Chairman and introduced Mrs. Christine Elliott Church. The meeting was held County 5441 persons were assistedin Haggins, and Lola Anne Trett both

who 'presented Mrs. Schroder with a beautiful corsage. Mrs. Tuesday at 930 'a. m. at the homeof the four categories of _public of Canal Point; Vaughn Nelson of

Uldene Todd read an original poem, "To Her Give Praise." Mrs. James Harry Wilkinson, assistance for the month of September I Kissimmee; Miss Frankie Burke
Mrs. Helen Jean Boynton, presented Mrs. Schroder with a book with Mrs. Don Collier, co-hostess. 1961. Belle Glade ;and Douglas Woodam -
including the/poem and signatures of the 60 class members. Several Program theme "World at our ,A total of 1841 persons received of South Bay. >
t I pictures were made during the program and will:later be added u> Door-step" topic of program "Min Old Age Assistance in the amountof ... .
the book. Later the entire Sunday School'group assembled on the
steps of the ch\l'ch for a group picture. istering to the International S 'l.1 $85,243.00.. 92 persons received Junior CattlemenWill '
There have been numerous requests of Mrs. Todd for this poem, dents" were presented by Mrs. Don! Aid to the Blind, totaling,$5,527.00: ,
and it is printed below: Collier, assisted by :Mrs; Lee Shirley -(844 families, representing 2,595 Meet Tuesday

I. ( Mrs. Leland Keene Mrs. M. P. I children t. received Aid to Depend
I \TO liEn GIVE 'jpjyAi3yj -
Stanley, Mrs. Paul Tillery, Mrs. J.I l'ent Children.in the amount of.$52- The Junior Cattlemen's Club will

L She is,a woman filled with passionate;: .zeal H. Wilkinson, Jr., and Mrs. David 971.00..268 'persons received Aid to meet at the Canal Point Commun-

Who 'teaches,that' God your sickness.catn heal; Unwrn. I I the Disabled in the amount of $14,-, ity Center, Tuesday night October
, That at his.feet in.meekness, we must kneel, Refreshments were served by 789. 17* at 7:30, p. m.
, Then we can his Holy Presence feeL hostesses ll tf6 'thirteen regular members :In addition 316 children received The program committee has

I Christ can,cast away all doubt and fear, 'and to Mrs. C. L, Shirley, a service' 'durfng the month, 184 of planned a program to cover feed-

Thought Vre have suffered many a year; new member,The November meeting whom were in foster homes. The Ing of beef cattle, dairy cattle, and
t In the storms' of life' his presence is near, 'will be a't the home of :Mrs. C. I total state and local cost, fpr these internal and external parasite con-
I This blessed amb of God so dear. R. Wetherington, Mrs. Leland I;Child welfare services wafc $12,- trot

.. Dying Christ purchased salvation for me, Keene, .cohostess.ftftterson.. I 150.88. All 4-H Club and Future Farmer.
,!i \ That his blood alone'can make me'free; ", ..r'h' I There were 3 adoption petitions boys and girls in the Glades area

- If rntlnd the;cleansing stream Where,Christ calmed the Sea of Galilee. ." '..
These are children placed in homes 1962 Fair are urged to attend so

I God comes to the Church to seek his bride, Independent of service through a that we can improve our uniform '
That for us ,on Golotha's Hill he died; -- licensed child placing agency, and ity of cattle to be shown.
In the shadow of the Cross we can hid The lone Patterson Circle of the the Welfare Board is responsible For further information you may

There under his wing ever to abide. Canal Point Baptist Women's Missionary according to law to make these reports contact the County agent's office.

J Union met Monday at 3:00 to the court.Palm ..- .
She teaches that seed sown, yield either good or bad
t p. m. at the home of the circle Beach is also
That each seed grows, cheering or making sad; : I County rep-
That we must trust Christ, and not a passing fad, \ chairman, :Mrs. W. S. Cross.' resented on the District 10 Welfare

I That Christ alone can save and make the heart glad. Mrs. C. B. Jones and Mrs. Board by the Reverend .Paul

Charles D. Stewart gave the de. M. Cassen, Mrs. Helen R. Tedder,
t That sight is not Just a vision of the eye
But God's word his in the heart, not dormant to lie;' votional. :Mrs. Helen D. Woodward West
Never to look back at the world with a weary sigh, Mrs. M. F. George presented a Palm Beach. ,
Though we're weak and heavy laden Christ is always nigh. program: on "The, World on our --- .. Mrs. George Ramey of Pahokeeleft

t Doorsteps," emphasizing the "Min Wild Turku'Crashes last Saturday for a visit with
So Vena Mae, You, Your class will, always Jove to International "
And will lift you up in prayer to God above; istering Students. WindshieldMrs. her son-in-law and daughter :Mr.
1: That over you will rest the heavenly dove, Following the program, :Mrs. and Mrs. Hugh G. Miller, IH, of
< t We know that to His will, you will bow in humble love. Cross served refreshments to eighteen i Rockledge.Mr. .
members. The next meeting Frank Handlcy and four
This was written by-Mrs. Uldene Todd, Sept. 17, 1961 portraying will beheld, with Mrs. A. R. Chas- children of Sebring were Sunday : and Mrs. Donald Harrington -
in poem some of the thoughts gleaned from Sunday to.Sun
tain. and family of Pahokee moved
day while a member of her Sunday School class afternoon guests of her parents,
Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans of Port this week, from their home ut 420
-. Miss Jean Brown student Banyon Ave., to his and Ids moth-
at the r Mayaca. As she drove down Route
I Training i Union To University of Florida and a member 98, a, large wild turkey flew into er's home near Port :Mayaca.Mr. .

i i of the University Band and the windshield, the impact killed : and Mrs. Ed Seabrook and

Offer Clinic Dale Perry also,a student, at the the, bird and shattered the wind children, Jerry and Laurie Anne of
; University, spent the-weekend with shield. Mrs.! Handley was drivingat Lake Park were the Sunday'lunch
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe a safe rate of speed and kept eon guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Brown of Pahokee. the under control. Erickson in C.nal Point.
Mr. and :Mrs. Larry Berryhill of A clinic tfor Training Union Officers 1 car
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Pahokee announce the birth of a and Committee; :Members will c "
daughter, Linda Christine, October be held at the First Baptist Church ...... '.. .' ,_ ., .0 .
J ffiir7ffi? /ffifffiiraya; ?
9, in the Everglades Memorial Hos of Pahokee on Tuesday October
pital. Mr. find :Mrs. Melvin Pugh of at 7:30 in the evening. '

Pahokee are the maternal grand The workshop for General Officers STATEMENT OF CONDITIONFarmers ;

parents. and Secretaries will be con

ducted by Rev. Guthrie Colvard,
Tresca Marr, is the name givento Pastor
., of the host churcli. Production t Credit Association
the daughter born October 6, to The Union Presidents, Group .
Mr. and Mrs. Teeter Bradshaw Captains and Program Committee -

Newton of Pahokee. (Lovda Williams members will have as their leader MIAMI, FLORIDA & BELLE GLADE, FLORIDAAT

)'. :Mrs. Guthrie Colvard.. '
Mr.: and :Mrs.Paul Clayton Evans I Rev.: Charles Stewart ,Pastor of
the; Canal Point Baptist Church, .
of,Canal Point, announce the arrival -
will lead Vice ASSETS
the Presidents and
of a daughter: Kimberly Dale

on October 8. (Dottio Issabel). the membership committee members Loaris:arid Interest __.___......_..._..__._.. $6,974,786.32 .

in their work. Less: Reserve _.______._...___ 146,207J33Automobiles $6,828,578-99 I

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Graham Mrs. E." B. Gamble, of Pahokee, Land and Buildings .._..... ..._. _.._.___ 38,402.58 I
Miller, HE, announce the birth of will lead the clinic .
on Missionary _
Equipment .. .. .._L.: .. 10,544.19
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a son; Hugh Graham, IV He was activity,.and will have all Missionary : ..;..;.". ,
bbrn' u. S. Government BblidsStbcK .__.__. ..._..... 755,437.10 ICiislt
October 7 in the Cocoa Hospital ,
: Leziders and'memliers of Missionary '
and weighed 8 IDs and 6 oz. Committees. .In Bank .--_...._,._._...,. ; :5.: 5: 22819.10;

:Mr. and Mr. George Rimey of,Iatfokee Mrs Itui el 2iegler: b!,First Bap. I : Federal Intermediate Ci dit'K' 4'. :--0, ,. 100,255.00 r

are the maternal grandpar tist of Belle Giade will Be in charge : ----" --...-.. .......--.-. -. ,.&.:>....;.. ., 5,279,57 I' .

ents. ort Workshop i for Social Leaders Soil' and Water Loans, F: H.-A. _.___.__. ., :., ',' .. ..' ,. 40,298.15Other '

-- and members of the Social Com Assets. _. ........._____;;..__: ',. ':_. ....f.I"f. 54,169.85. ,
Extension Class mittee. :r f,**.F, :: ? ,

Tiei Bible Readers i ', .
Leader and \ _.;.. .
Opened By StetsonStetson members of the Stole Reading \ t -.So.: "'1k!
V 'Vi,
Committee will be led in their slim .

University's Extension mission by Mrs. Charles st wiirt of a Votes Payable,..Federal'Intermediate ::'" )", ;

Division began the 1961-62 school i Canal Point. Credit Bank ___.:...._..__ ._.;.;;. .$6,165,811t40Miscellaneous :

year with the largest number of The following churches will ,be Accounts Payable* .._..::... 1,309.01
study centers throughout.the state participating ,in the Clinic: South Capital.Stock __..:......_ __._. $1,050805.00';' i .... .
Baptist P'
since its beginning in the fall of., Bay First Baptist of :Belle Sur p'1 u s__ _....:;:.... ....: 637,859:12: 1688644.12;
Glade, Canal Point Baptist, and
ISM; according,to E. C. Tyner, director
First Baptist. .of Pahokee., -
--- $7,856,764.53
Twelve:.centers_ will be in operation .

tween 300 and 400 adults will be Scene Sorority Meet FARMER AND" RANCHER MEMBERS
enrolled in these classes.
Stetson Extension Counties Served: Broward Collier, Dade, Indian River, Martin, Monroe; Okeechobee -
The Mrs. Elsie Sims president
,programis presided
Palm Beaeh and St. Lucie
designed to help lay people, pastors over'the meeting of Xi Alph Mu : .

and bthers prepare for more Chapter ,of the ,Beta Sigma! Phi OFFICERS- .
effective work through a concentrated Sorority held last Thursday at the
study of the Bible Christian home of Mrs. Catherine Kennedy. President Vice-President

Education and other related Mrs. Kennedy -introduced, Rev.L. SecretaryTreasurer

subjects. Anyone 17 years of age I V. Lossing, Minister of the EPis- DIRECTORS .

and above is eligible for classes. A ; copal Church, who gave a talk on G. E. BUTLER, JR. GEORGE, WEDGWORTH WALTER PETERSON
student may earn a diploma from public speaking and ,demonstratedon
the University by taking the prescribed a blackboard the Art of Freehand f
courses of,.study. Sketching. REPRESENTATiVEs
Classes are held one night per Mrs. Helen,Jean Boynton reported GILBERT L. LANHAM JANICE AKERSON RUTH PRANGE

week for 16 weeks in anycommuniity on the verticle.file for the elementary Belle Glade, Florida .Miami Florida: Miami Florida

where the demand is great school library. The chapter BILLY W.. INGRAM GLADYS BULLINGER MURIEL PERRY

enough. voted,,to sponsor a Folk Festi- Miami Florida Miami, Florida Miami Florida
The following center is open: A ival for'Girl Scouts in March. Also
neW center for the Palm Beaches the chapter voted togrant a year'sleave,4f Miami ,
atthq..First..Baptist.thurclrritht : ; absence to Mrs. .Barbarat _'_ '- -_ ..... ;..,.... oq. _. .. _. ,
the Rev:'Grady Downs" as -dean.l" .. Branch. <7



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Fall Meeting For Sorority Group In Last Rites Held I Girl Scout Troop 38 : Little Devils Win '

Moss Home MeetingThe In Regular Meeting Over Clewiston "B" i

t:, The Woman's Club Beta Omicron Chapter of For.Heart VictimFuneral !I
I The weekly meeting of Girl Scout The Pahokee high school "B"
iY'J Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, met I
Troop 38 was'held last Wednesday. ,team won over the Clewiston "B"
k The Pahokee Womans Club met Thursday evening at the home of :rvices: were held Sat-! night'October 4. .
with team on Tuesday night of this week I
: Wednesday for their first Fall Mrs. Louise Zaccangnino, urday, Otober 7 for L.,David Hendrix -
Mrs. Zaccagnino, president, presiding 61, of Pchokce. Elections were held for troop officers I I on the Pahokee field by a score of

president. ; She introduced the follow- Mr. Hendri was found dead at and patrol leaders. The re, 34 to 7, The LitUe Devils looked I
;: The following new chairmen ing new pledges of the chapter: the home or Mrs. Jessie York, suIts were as follows: President, good in the fracas and the out-
were appointed: Mrs. Lois Mullis, Mrs. Sheila Ames, Mrs., Sue Crawford Wednesday by Mrs. York's daughter Paula Duke; Secretary, Eloise El- standing win points to an exceptionally I
Cancer "PAP" Mrs. H. E. Unwin, Mrs. Virginia Collier, Mrs. Mrs. Bill Martin. He had been liott; Treasurer, Karen Reed; Re- good "B" string at Paho- I
p Publicity; Mrs. Wm. Plumer, Car- Lovda Newton, Mrs. Barbara Pope cleaning the York home and suffered porter, Raybeth Gray. Patrol lead- kee this year.
:Seat-Belt; and Mrs. Lewis Davis and Mrs. Patsy Wroten. a heart attack. He had .been a ers are Julia Johnson, assistant pa- .
will be the Chairman with Mrs. Mrs.Zaccagnino presented the resident of Pahokee for the past trol leader Linda Sheffield, Buttons 84th BIRTHDAY
?:.. !, Lennie Baxter, Co-Chairman of the program for the month on "Her two years, coming here from Illinois McKinstry, assistant Elaine Ad- I Mrs. Collie Flowers of 798 Lar-
,.( Community Improvement, Project Crowning Glory." The history of' and lived at 25CO E..: Main ams, and Ellen Jo Denton, assistant I rimore Road, Pahokee celebrated
for:this year. the Beta Sigma Phi was reviewed: Street patrol leader Ethel Ida Johnson. her 84th birthday Wednesday, October -

:Mrs. Alice Spooner gave tha by Mrs. Catherine Cunningham. Survivors include a 'son, Cecil The patrols then chose their pa- 11. Telephone calls, cards and ,
treasurers report and noted the repairs The new pledges will be honoredby HendriX, Paragould, Ark.; three trols names. The three patrols are visits from her friends helped Ito ,
made on the Club ,Building, two parties during the month of brothers, Ben and Glenn Fisk, Mo.; the J. D's., the C. C. Cs. and.the. make her birthday a happy day.
October. The Beta Sigma Phi City and Herman of Pahokee; three H. L's. I -
re-decorating of the club Council, October 17, at the homeof sisters, Mrs. Wilma Smith, Osceola, Troop leaders are Mrs. Ethel Misses Marilyn Mock, Susan Graham -
kitchen. Mrs. Genevieve Wilson and a Ark., Mrs. Myrtle Reese, Elgin, Ill., Johnson and assistant leaders Mrs. I and Fay Harris visited Miss
" .. Volunteers of the club members covered dish supper and Masque- and Miss Emma Hendrix, Benton,I II Vivian,!..IcKin1try.I' \ Laura Boyd in West Palm Beach
;... will asSist.with T. B. Chest, Xray rade party given by Beta Omicron 111. Raybeth GraY-Reporter during the past weekend.
:Unit in downtown Pahokee, October Chapter Tuesday evening, October, Rev. J. W. Hughes, rastor'of the _
. 19. 24, at the home of Mrs. Frances Church of God, officiated with the "
Moore. burial I+++t t t III II I HI ill t ill II"! I M lilt MUM I I lit I I I I I--I
Mrs. M. PStanley, program in the Port Mayaca Ceme- I
chairman, presented each member tery. The Pallbearers were, W. r.
:" with a copy of the Year book. Rev. Colvard Sets Martin, Radford Wright, Grafton'THEATRE
r Mrs. Mosley and Mrs. M. P. Jones, Doc Barnes Kenneth: Barnes
. Stanley reported on. the Florida and Jimmy Duncan.
Federation of Woraens Club Fall October SermonsThe
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Board meeting which they attended I I.I Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
, October 3, 4, and 5 in Ft. Lauder- AT ST. MARYS HOSPITAL I
.. dale. Beach.The theme of this meeting Reverend Guthrie Colvard, Mrs. Seth Roberts of Pahokee is -
was "Waves of Inspiration." Pastor of the First Baptist Churchof in St. .Marys hospital in West Palm -

., r :Mrs. Mosley reported on the Pahokee is planning a series' Beach where she recently underwent SUNDAY -MONDAY -TUESDAl
Chamber of Commerce Dinner of four (4) sermons on three Sun a serious eye operation. SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY OCTOBER 15-16-17

,.' Monday evening of which she at- day mornings in October: and the I I _.ilia OCTOBER 15-16-17
tended .with her husband at the first Sunday morning in Novem- "OCEAN'S 11 11""The
Elk?.Club.Funeral. ber. The series will be on Trees of CARD OF THANKSI I Last Time I Saw
" .... the Bible. want to take this opportunity I ARCHI RICHARD CONTE AND
The sermon for October 15th to thank everyone for their expressions -
ServicesForW.E.McCall,74 will be "The Tree In The Midst Of of sympathy, flowers, pray-j ROBERT lnTCJIUlJACK CESAR ROMERO

The Garden:' The Scripture pas. ers, and kindness during the deathof I I WEBB, f'LltTlLIIYER AND -ALSO-
, sage will be Genesis Chapter 3. my very dear nend. Your kindness -
'Masterson of Kansas'CALLING
will always be remembered. PRANCES NUYEN
The message for October 22ni I i ,
; will be "The Tree In the Midst Of I BONNIE YORK K I I, I I I I I,t I I 1 1 1 I t I r I I t I I I I I t t t t I : I t t tit I I I I t I :
.. Funeral services were held Sun- The Valley." The Scripture will be .
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day at 2 p. m. In the Efethlem Matthew, Chapter 26.
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, -, Primitive.Baptist Church for W. I<:. On the last Sunday' Octoberthe
McCall 74 of Oneco. sermon will be "The Tree In

. Mr. 'MccCall had been in poor The Midst Of The World." The I ALL BOYS 6 THROUGH 10 1 !
health for several years but seem- Scripture passage will be Matthew -
ed much better the last month and Chapter 27 and Luke 23.
, had spent several weeks in Ca- "The Tree By The Side Of The ... "
'" nal Point as guest of his son ]and River" will be the topic of the ser- .
r '. family, W. E. McCall, Jr. He returned mon on November 5. The Scripture
; to his home the first of this will be Revelation 22.
month, his wife remained in Canal The public is invited to hear these Now
Register -
tJ'i : Point for an entended visit. Both messages by Rev, Colvard.
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Mrs. McCall'and son were called to Every Boy

'Bradenton Hospital Thursday night Funeral Services for PAHOKEE MOTOR COMPANY'S
by his sudden illn ss. Death occur- RegisteringGets :

" : ed early Saturday morning. I '
Survivors other ,than his wife, For Crash VictimFuneral Free
.' Mrs. Maude McCall of Oneco and<< .
son'W.. E. McCall Jr., of Canal I
Point were five daughters, Mrs.i services were held Saturday Pu N 1 PA S S P. P. & K. Instruction

Fred Graves, Mrs,'Ben Overstreet,! 4 p. m., for James Louis Book, written by Yale

Mrs. Roy Le Grange, all of Oneco; Chezem, 18 of Tall Pine Road, West Lary, Johnny Unitas and
.);Irs. Bob Alday, of St. Augustine; Palm Beach, in the MizellFavilleZern -
Paul Hornung three
- Funeral Chapel. Rev. Peter
; and Mrs. Jimmy Picks, of Starke; :
two sisters, three brothers, fifteen ,Lord, pastor of the Haverhill Baptist of pro football's best!
grandchildren and two great-grand Church officiated and the bur-

:". by children.Funeral Elder Jenkins services, retired were conducted Minister ial etery Young was in in West Chezem Hillcrest,Palm was Memorial Beach.killed Cem-in- book Official, packed 1961 Nel with Guide-interesting

and friend of the family. Burial stantly Thuisday: afternoon about & K I C K CONTEST facts on all the

" was held 'In the,Bethlem,Primitive ten miles east of Canal Point on National Football League
; Baptist Church yard cemetery, State Road 700 in an accident involving tearris!
near Wimauma. a tractor-trailer job, driven -
.. by Vaughn Nicholas Nelson of .. .
V' P. P.. & K ParticipantS
Kissimmee. He West
., Magistrate Court and crashed into was the traveling State Road It' FR'EE'.e. If s FUN Nothing to buy! And. Badge for you to wear!

Department spray-rig on which

r.i. .': Has.Its- .New SealS Chezem The spray was,a rig helper.was parked part-I.,you can win lots of PRIZES, too! .' ) '

; ( I ially off the road while the ti
Magistrate Court District 1, of or, L. ,.G. Stephens of operat-I I .. 1
' Palm Beach county created by the was repairing a part of the ma- It's true, 'fellows! You don't have to buy winners.! Lots of prizes to,win, too. How

1961 legislature, has its new seal, chinery and Chezem was standing a thing to enter. or to compete in the would you like an official NFL uniform
:: .' according to the recently appointed beside the rig when the tractor-
judge 6f that court,.Hon. James L. trailer crashed into the rear of the PUNT, PASS & KICK Contest sponsorwarmup jacket? Or a trip to the

Tyson, Jr. truck and swerved to the side and ed by Ford Dealers in cooperation with NFL game in your area? Or a trip to the
The seal carrier the usual working killed Chezem before coming to a
I.- around the rim of which reads: top on the side of the road. the National Football League. NFL Championship game with ,your

. Magistrate Court District 1, Palm Both trucks burst into flames by I dad? Or trip to the White House?
' Then '. since the contest is divided 'a
! ] Flgrida.
Beach County, The center the collision, fortunately both driv-
: .reflects'the familiar horn of plenty ers"-were thrown free of the wreck, I into age groups, you'll compete against They could be yours .*, so register ovl!
; showing the horn overflowing with only Nelson had to be hospitalized must be
boys in ;put remember; you accompanied
.< your own age punting, passing
., what this newspaper would call for burns, and is still in the Everglades
Everglades vegetables. Memorial Hospital in Paho I and place-kicking! The total of points by your father, mother ,or legal guardian -
.. .... .'.
P. .,. NEW VOTE PRECINCTS I. kee. He was charged with disregarding I scored in each event will determine the in order to register.
:- warning signals at the .
r"".:' The county commission expects time of the accident. He told high
:: to take actiqn on county voting way trooper R. Wetherington he
.: ,' '. precincts within the"near future. did not see the parked truck be- BRING IN YOUR DAD AND GET FULL DETAILS AT

L. The board learned. this week that fore the accident. '
: maps for relocation of 'some precincts .

: .,.'< have been: prepared and arc BABS SPRAINS ANKLE
" S ready for inspection by the county Babs Upthegrove is on cruthches PAHKEE.MOTOR COMPANY

i' registrar. The commission has this week as a result of a severely
t:;: until its last meeting in Novemberto sprained ankle.Babs was installing PAHOKEE. FLORIDA.r

::! :. '1 'adopt a resolution redeaIg iat. a septic tank when the lid crumbled -
r: > ing the precinct locations. and caught his foot and ankle.
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