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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: August 24, 1962
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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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I (__August 24, 1962 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL. POINT' By PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING ,



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Upthegroves Will I I J'I Addition No. 2 to Townsite of Canal Point Is I
'Pahokee Schools No Joint Hospital
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Visit Northern Areas ;, Now Under Construction and Homes Are

Ready For StartBrooks 658 Favor 964 NoBy Going Up in Addition No. 1.-New, Develop-

Mr. and Mrs. Osceola ,
Upthe- ment
left Calls for Several King Size Lots for
grove and son, Eddie Sunday

Henderson, principal of for the New England states where a decisive straw ballot vote Executive, Personnel of U.S.S.C. Who Will

Pahokee High School has announced they will spend a couple of weeks on Tuesday, citizens of the Glades Direct Operations of New $17,000,000 Sugar
that new student registration with relatives. Their first stop was soundly whipped an idea for a con-

I will be held on August 30, and planned for Concord, N. H., the solidated hospital to be owned and Mill Here., ,Plans Call for Erection of

Glasswork will start on September home of Mrs. Upthegrove. From operated by the two hospital dis Homes Immediately' Following Construction -
4. No buses will run registration there they are going t'O St. Albans, tricts. The vote in favor of the

day. Vt., for more visiting then they I joint hospital was 611 freeholders of Streets and Drainage In New Section

He stated that the high school plan to go over into Canada be- vying YES and 944 freeholders
of Canal Point. New Homes.Will Bring Need
faculty is now complete for the fore their return to Canal Point. registering a thumping NO.

1962-63 school year. The five new Mr.' Upthegrove has been pro- Here is the breakdown of Tues- for More Facilities, At Community Buildingand

teachers are Mrs. Madeline Burg- moted to division manager with day's straw ballot:
Park So U.S.S.C. Has Donated Addi- I
ner arts and English; Miss BettyJo the Southern Life Insurance Com- NORTHWEST DISTRICT ,

Henry, girls' physical education pany with'which he has been working Precinct 36, Canal Point for the tional Land to County To Take Care of This, I

f ; John H. Howell D.C.T.; for a little more than two joint hospital 20; against it 80. .

, Joseph W. Mcllwain industrial yearsv During the time that he has Precinct 55, Pahokee area, 12 Need. .. I
" arts; and Martin Ralph social been 'with the company: he has for it; seven against. -
studies and coach. been among top flight salesman. Precinct 51, City of Pahokee Construction;\of one of the finest Was handed to the'County Commit
sub-divisions: in the Everglades is 1 sion's attorney this-week. ..
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staff of the Pahokee Elementary IOISTR1CTPrecinct way company -providing :

School are still to be filled according -I 1963 Sugar; Double 97, City of Belle Glade States Sugar Corporation I necessary land to enlarge the park
to William D. Howard princi-: 225 for; 417 against. I and when completed there will be area, deeded to the County that I

pal. A teacher is needed for a section Precinct 99, Lake Shore High 35 exceptionally attractive lots 'area immediately east of the present

of the third grade to replace Crop During 1961Federal School area 71 for; 80 against. available for homes with some of park and running eastward toa

Mrs. Myrtle Johnson who has'been Precinct 109, South Bay 44 for; those lots being king size. The sub- new street extension of Ever.
leave 110 division is known as Addition No. glades Avenue to be extended from t t
granted a year's professional' against.
of absence, and a combinationfifth action Wednesday gave Precinct 114, area adjacent to 2 to the Townsite of Canal Point thepresent Townsite northward:

and sixth grade teacher. Florida sugar producers most'of Belle Glade, 33 for; 35 against. and is located immediately east of between the residences, of Earl

The two new teachers on this them concentrated in Palm Beach Precinct 116, Lake Harbor, 22 the present Townsite. Maxson and the Methodist Pastor,

years staff are Mrs. Mae Elsden of County the go ahead for a 1963 for; 22 against. Addition No. 1 to the Townsitewas Robert Shelley. The .boundary on

Racine .Wis., who will teach;the crop which will more than double .. put on the market''a'few years the far eastern side next to the

combination first and second the 1961 harvest.A ago by the U. S. Sugar Corp., and cane field will be Bryant Avenue,
grades at the Pahokee Farm Labor U S., Department of Agriculture Canal Point Will today builders are' busy erecting a new street. Cross streets will be

Center, and Mrs. Sue Mead who Is order in effect: new homes in that portion of Ca- Fourth Street and 'Fifth Street. 'i

replacing ,Mrs. .Elizabeth Hobsonas Set Florida's sugar acreage at School 4 nal Point. Under.construction and In commenting upon the -hand

a teacher a section of the 139,000 acres, with about 120,000of Open Sept completed in Addition No. 1 are some gift of additional park land

sixth grade.. that figure in Palm Beach Coun- ejght modern homes with more on by the sugar company to the County '

Others on the staff, are Mrs,. ty. Roughly 60,000 acres were harvested Principal W. W. White of Canal the planning board. The new subdivision many local citizens remembered \
last season. that back in 1950 the original land
Frances Whiteside Mrs. Edna Point school says that everythingwill is immediately north. ofNo.
Maxson and Mrs. Betty Shelley, Opened the )way for___a continuing. .. be in readiness when school 1 across Third Street. for the present Community Building .
YO million dollar a- year h suite:: sugar came as gift from that concern.
Woofter ,
Mrs. Gladys
first grade; opens on Tuesday morning Sept. Addition No. 2 homes will be
industl' '. Literally' hundreds of people are
and Mrs. Reba Golden second ) that of the'
4. He pointed out Registration occupied by employees sugar
Assured payrolls estimated at 40 going to be needed to operate the 1
Willis Mrs.
... grade; Mrs. Peggy and .. .will be held next Thursday, 'concern and these folks will be keypersonnel
million dollars a year. new mill and provisions have been
: Cleo Douthit, third grade; :Mrs. August 30 and'wanted the parentsto who will be in charge of
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combination first and "This is what' we,asked, ,reported ; made for practically none. The new .
k : f Esther Ford know that busses will NOT run .operations at the new $17,000,000 '
a pleased Harry Vaughn; presi- homes to in Canal Point ;
at the PFLC branch go up
. second grades on Registration day. sugar ,mill being erected. Construction .
:.- : = school; Mrs. Beulah Boe and Mrs. dent of U. S. Sugar; Corp., giant"of During this week the principalhas of homes will be started mark the start of the "sugar boom"

Emogene Scott fourth grade; Mrs. Florida producers. been busy finding a sixth grade just as soon as the" contractoricompletes : in.-this" immediate area. More \
and Mrs. Mae Laflin i Vaughn, who said he had not received homes must come'and come fast if
Sara Thomas I teacher to take the place made va- the streets and drain
Mrs. Tommie H. official notification of the the workers are .to "have a roof
fifth grade; Larrick -
cant when Mrs.: was mov-
DU-I action yet but had been informed age.Construction over their head come harvest
and Mrs. ...
Bose, sixth grade, ed to the third grade where a va- of the streets and
.)by phone, predicted it would "sta- time.
Ann Zimmerman school secretary. occured when Mrs. Charles
cancy drainage has been contracted by .
students bilize the farming industry in the I -
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Registration .
D. Stewart moved to Georgia.The the sugar company to Rubin Construction -
Elementary School will start at Glades. list of teachers as releasedby Company of West Palm Capt. David McCoy
He predicted would give '
sugar
30.
8:30 a. m.. Thursday. August Mr. White was as follows: Mrs. Beach many years a leader among Borne
-Classwork will begin on Sept. 4. jobs to 15,000 people in four counties Alma Burr Mrs. Helen R. Hender- construction companies. The sub From Army ..
t half of that number on a year-
son, Mrs. Mildred J. Larrick Mrs. division will be built to Palm
I around basis. The other half will Captain David McCoy who has
Dan Carpenters Are Billie Huddle, Mrs. Charlotte D. Beach County specifications
four to
work during a six-montlj
Watson, Mrs. Gladys Harringtonand which are rather rigid-and under Ct\rre.ntly'been: stationed at' Ft.
Vacation Trip I harvest season long by most har-
! On I James Threlkeld. Ruth Snider,I the law streets will be maintainedby Belvoir, Virginia, received his discharge -
vest standards. I
I l Is the superintendent of music and the county after they are accepted from the Army August 17,
Mr, and Mr;. Dan Carpenter left Acreages for various producerswill Alice Close is the speech therapist.I upon completion under after having served for two ,years.
be allocated on the basis of
last week to spend a month on va- -.i i|county Inspection.The and arrived here this week to visit .
. the they had planted as of
, cation. Enroute to South Bend, In- April acreage 15 this,year, Vaughn said. RETURN FROM ATLANTA new layout will, contain lots relatives. Captain McCoy holds i
[ diana, to visit their son-in-law and .. }.{rs. C. G. Johnson and son Alvin for 35 new homes, and sugar company degree in dentistry from Emory

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bor- VISIT THEIR. SOX have returned from Atlanta ,officials feeling that 35 new University, Atlanta, but has not

gnaise, they stopped at Boone, N.: Ga. where they visited her son-in- homes would bring several child- yet decided on a permanent loca

,r .C. and visited with their son-in-: Mayor and: Mrs. Duncan Padgett :law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ren to the community, thought that tion.

;' law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. left Wednesday to visit their:' son I Thomas J. Morrison Jr. at the provisions should be made for ad- .

Vance Denton and family who.and daughter-in-law, Rev. and'Mrs. Howell House where they are cur- ditional playground at the Community PASTOR RETURNS

I were attending summer school Donald Padgett and family in rently residing. They also visited Building and County Park. Rey, and Mrs. Robert A. Shelleyand

.. .' there. They were accompanied: as Chattahoochee. They were accom- Mrs. Josnson's brother and sisterInlaw And they made the necessary provisions daughter returned Tuesday;
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far as Boone by their granddaughter panied by Donna Joy and Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Arm- for more sugar company evening from a visit with her parents

'.,. .' .' Colette Carpenter, of Belle the children of Rev. Padgett who strong and family in their new land to be deeded to the Countyfor Mr. and Mrs. C. H. BroadwineIn

: Glade had been their house guests. home, there. this,particular need. The deed Saltville, Virginia.m' .
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-Page Two; The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Fridy _August 2-1, 1962 I


I -- I I.Fahokee-Buildfng Heights, Parkview Manor and.
Jimmy Vann TellsOfColflfcMeet :
:ii- Royal Palm Manor and the devel-
Is On Upturn opers are still building'. these

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Larry : -
Royal of Belle Glade is:

C, building two three-story apartment -' .
James W. Vann was speaker at units at Streamline, a Negro To Organize Class ,

the luncheon meeting of the Pa.- subdivision: of Pahokee just out

i hokee Lions Club, Tuesday. Intro- side the city limits. He will house Belle Glade Sept. 7"

duced by Mel Stanley, he gave a laborers for the ,OsceolA Sugar I, .
report on Governor Farris Bryant's Company's mill east of Pahokee.W. .

Cold War Conference, held recently M5 Johnson, of Pahokee, one 1 Dr. Paul W. Graham, Director of .
in Miami. of the biggest developers in the Evening Division of Palm
Frank Tillis was presented witha Streamline is building two two- Beach' Junior College, has an-
10-year perfect attendance pin. story apartment units on a new nounced that representatives of
.The.Rardin-,B Building, Canal Point, Florida Chester Mullis, third vice-presi- development he is promoting.. the college will be at the Belle

'" dent, presided in the absence of William G. Schneider, a builder Glade High School at' 7:00 p. m. on
THE'LAKET OKEE HOBEE T EGION HOME' )F'ElIE'
\ President, Kyle. Scott, who was at' of' Boynton Beach, is developing anew I I Friday, September 7, to organize
: tending school conference in subdivision on 5th St.' and j classes to be taught in the Belle
EVEKGEADES; NEWS West Palm Beach. Barfield Highway to be known as I(I Glade Center this fall.

Next week William S. Benton Celestial Homes. Plans call for the j 1! A
earlier this
conducted
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Without survey
Farming Region
, will present a speaker from the building of some 73 homes. i[I year indicated insufficient interest
Interruption Every Week for'More Than 30 Years
I Gulf Land Development Corporation Hunt Real Estate and a Miami to schedule any particular course
,Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday who will "Planned builder
speak on are developing Western at that time. Therefore, it is important -
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Communities" and show a- short Park subdivision and are erectingsix that interested persons

film to illustrate his talk. duplex apartment buildings. appear at the high school for registration '
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Vetville Subdivision is being ex- on Friday evening if any

( In Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter :Mrs. R. W. Bowers who has been tended and seven new homes will Palm Beach Junior College work is
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t/I Paul ,Rardin, -, Owner, Editor, Publisher the house guest of her brother-in-' get under construction in that section to be offered in the Belle Glade '
t law and sister, DrC and Mrs. L. W.: within the next two weeks. area this semester.
Armstrong, for the past month, Around 50 homes have been -
FarewellPartyFor: Shirley CircleInrMonday will return 'tomorrow to her homein completed,and sold in three devel- Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Carter are
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in Canal Point was the scene program at the meeting of the 1

Thursday' from 8 to 10, p., m. of .a Gertrude Shirley Circle of the

farewell' party compliment I to 'Woman's Society of Christian Ser ;

J Mrs.- Grace' 'Waldron who...wi11 be vice of the Pahokee Methodist
p mqving( ;to ,Melbourne soon.. Host Church,' Monday night. The topic r t :
esses with Mrs. Smith were Mrs.' Of her talk was "What are We

Kanias Todd.., Mrs. Erma' Loy 'Teaching Our Children About- Phone511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550: Belle Glade
Clark'and Mrs.,Lois Mullls-;- Suffering.."'

In the receiving' line with the The circle met at the home of SALES and SERVICE

I honoree were her daughters, Misses the chairman Mrs. Jack Spencer, I ,

,I Wilma Jean and Carol Waldron; who presided. Heating Air Conditioning* Appliances ':
her' sister Mrs. Peeples'' of 'Melb Circle members responsible for I I

ron, her daughters and Mrs. on the five Sundays in September 5.: vf:,. *. VJj VA\-:' \lIt \l.i1.Y.iil'yJ.VA.\l."A.V.A.VAV! ; ; ) J.ilV

Peeples wore orchid corsages presented : are Mrs.J. L. Reeves and -
to them,by_the hostesses. Mrs.'Mildred Lavender on the 2nd;

A,motif;',-pink 'and, white_ ,was Mrs.: Leon. Spooner and Mrs. D. B.. .
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carriecNmtinr'thedecoratfonsand- Watkins' on' the 9th; Mrs. Evelyn

refreshments,; The table wag laid 'Lair sand Mrs. Doris Lane 'on the ,

with a I pink and, white cloth and "16th-; Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. .
centered withy*an, arrangement' ;Jean.; Salvatore on:.the 23rd.: and ,
pink roses, hibiscus and carissa. Mrs. Jack Spencer and Mrs.,Hugo

Punch from a milk glass bow?._ .!!. Boe on the last Sunday of' the :
cake were served by ,Miss Betty month.It ", .
I Wilson, Miss Elinor Brackin .and was announced that the September .. '"
Mrs Ann Thigpin, meeting will be held at the ':; '\ ,
1' Miss,Betty Clark ,had charge. ofthe home of :Mrs. Jean Salvatore. 1 \
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guest book.. ...
Among,the lovely gifts receivedby WILL ATTEND GEORGIA, TECH
.the honoree,was a complete set .
for eight of Bavarian china in Vio- Mrs. Herman Kautz* and son 2f

lette pattern. Ronnie, were in Atlanta, Ga., last
week, and visited Georgia Insti-

Mrs. Paul Sasser has returned,to tute of Technology where he will

her home following a visit with-, her enter Set. 17, to work for his ..,. .
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You, can't beat REDDY ,KILOWATT for doingfarm jobs at'1o') .. : .. '':

i f LORIDA Z1tiiAns we/'-.vatfing{ the bloc}'de of the Union cost. Works full-time for part-time wages.. The more jobs that' '
Navy, by, using!: _small boats to.brjngjn, essential weapons and .
supplies Jifoc' the Conlederataarmies. After each successful ,>-: Reddy does; the more'monejfypu save. Does in minutes the-many,., I> : 1
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blockade run,many men celebrated with weU-earned'glasses ., many chores thatusedto..takc hours. Milks cows, grinds' feed ., ,-7 '
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i t ., pumps and feats watery.cleans"'and ventilates the barns, adds addi., ,
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our hospitals*,schools,,&nd' hiQ ways. Big esrbargain in:your budget!

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I# ., 'Pagre: Four 4t..:' The Everglades Keys,-Canal-Po1ntFlorida Friday August, 1962
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Allan -Pope.has returned from, ,
; : Lake Worth where::he visited 'Mr.

::1 1EONTA11tWSNOTES1 JI and week.Mrs. George McLarty last I


,. ..,.,,,w. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Meredith

:'''' Captain and Mrs. Clarence Lang-wuwr Mrs. Josephine Arnold and and family and Miss Ruthelle Van- ,. "

, / ;: ford and children of Hampton, Va., granddaughter, Drena Slauter, and degrift, spent Sunday at Sanibel .

., are visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. Sue Renfro all of West Palm Island. -F-

'j" Mrs. M. D. Geiger and Mrs. Evie Beach, were the Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. IV.. Weeks had
,( .Keen, of Canal Point. The Lang- Mrs. Ida Larrimore and Mrs. Ruth .
as their house guests over the
: fords have recently been.transferred Meredith. I
weekend her
V brother and sister-in-
.... to Panama City Air Base in .
L Florida. ... Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Chastain and j I law, Mr. and.Mrs. Garner O. Mole

I .. Debbie of Miami were the guests: ]:: and daughter, Rosemary; and

,: Mr. and Mrs. ,Lawton Sims, Jr., of"her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mrs. Weeks mother, Mrs., R. A. t,

r children of Norfolk, Va., :visited Platt Of Pahokee on their return I Mole, all of Lake Butler. F' .

: friends here Tuesday< .- /' from Blowing Rock. N. C., where I -.
f r Mr. and Mrs. Thadd Whidden drbw
... they attended summer school.
I. Mrs and Mrs. R. T.,Smith visited i spent the weekend at Sanibel. Is- _<, .+
' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elarbee at Ft. Steve' Brackin of Eagle Lake is land. $ i- I
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Myers Beach during the pastweekend. the guest of his sister and brother- I !R.. YY.
Mrs.
Morris Baxter and her Aa.
in-law 'Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harris I
I house guest," Irs. Will Wimberly of
Elinor Brackin for
and sister Miss
' Carlton, Alabama, visited Mrs. .
Ford Cochran is a patient,, in the several days this week.
! Belle Glade Memorial Hospital.Mr. Baxter's nephew and niece, Mr. and
" '. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Aldridge and Mrs. Kenneth Wells in Miami re- ;. \
... and Mrs. Danny DeLeon and 'I family left Wednesdayevening for cently.

daughter, Melinda, returned Tues, Fairfax, S. C. where they are visit- :
Louisville I II Miss Yvonne Thompson and Joe I
to their
day .home in i I ing Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips and :
Ky., after'being cailed home due family. They planned to join Mrs. Erby Thompson returned Monday
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to the illness of their father, O. H. Phillips in celebrating the anniver- from Miami where they spent the
weekend with their grandparents,
Sheppard.
sary of her birthday which was
i Mr. and Mrs. John F. Furlong. .
Mrs.J.. H. Miller returned home Thursday i.-
Mrs. Grace Goree of West Palm i .:' :,
Monday after a weekend visit with
: Mrs. Laurie Justice and Rev. andMrs.
,:Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lombard and T. C. O'Steen attended the Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. M. H.

r children 'in Miami funeral of Mrs. Justice's uncle Baxter for several days, last week. I II I I
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,. Mrs. L. Stuart left Charles O'Riordan, at Ft. Pierce, I Lt. Neely Johnson who is stationed 1
C. Sundayfor
last I I ... ...... ..._ .
Saturday.Mr. --------- -----
Dothan and Montgomery, Ala., at Moody'AF'B, Valdosta,
Ga., will be the weekend guest of MISS DOROTHY THERESA HATTON Ilrlr.
and to attend the wedding of her and Mrs. Curtis Chase I

. I I son, Edwin, in Ohio. son, Gordon will leave and.1 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex I and Mrs. Joe Hatton, SrM of Pahokee announce the engagement

'- vacation for a week at Palm Beach Johnson, and attend the Sanders- I !and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dorothy Theresa to Mar-
Misses Debbie and Terry Davenport Humphrey wedding on Sunday. cus Lewis Buckner, son of Mrs. Margaret Chandler of Pahokee. The
I of Brandon are" visiting their Shores. wedding is planned for September 7 and will take place in the chapel

grandparents, Mr. ,and Mrs. L. J. Mrs. Minter Collins spent last Mr. and Mrs. Jake Gray of Mi- I of the First,Methodist Church at Pahokee. I

I Fraser, of _Pahokee.Mr. ami were the guests of Mr. and
weekend in St. where
Petersburg, Mrs. Jack Spencer and family.,-last APPRECIATIONI GENE BUTLER STRICKEN t
: and Mrs. Ed Nicholas of Orr she attended a bridal ,luncheon at -
the Miss Sunday. wish to thank the kind 1 Gene Butler, Pahokee barber, is I
lando were, the weekend guests of Wedgewood Inn honoring many ,
, Mr. and Mrs..J. G. Weeks of Canal Betty Jean .T Johnson, financee of K..B. Wagnon has returned after folks who were so thoughtful whileI in Everglades Memorial hospital, I

" I Point. her son, Lewis'Collins. visiting for a week with Mr. and was in the Everglades Memorial I Ii where hey was taken following a I
i !I heart attack. He is getting alongas
. Mrs. M. M. Nicely and fa.n.ly a:
. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Culberson, Ray Thompson entered Ever- Gainesville.Mr. J i hospital in P;hokcc. I an deeply I well as can be expected. i!I

, Jr. and children spent the weekend glades Memorial Hospital with grateful for the many heartwarming -

1' visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. I pneumonia on Sunday: but is recovering = and Mrs. Marvin Vandegrifthad messages I received while 1
HOME FROM TENNESSEEMr
R. C. Readdick, in Pompano Beach. satisfactorily. as weekend guests, their son- there. The cards and flowers I
The Culbersons will move into their in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. cer- and Mrs. W. P. Culberson i
", new home at 418 Cypress Ave.,' this Lt.; and Mrs. Olis Weaver and Robert McManus and children of tainly were reassuring of the many ,have returned from a two-week vacation "l

'( 'week. three sons of Norfolk, Virginiawere Miami, and her brother and sister- wonderrui friends a fellow has I \ trip which they spent at :

.. recent visitors here of his 'in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Welchof I after living in such a splendid Community I.Rock City, Tenn.; a't Nashville, I

-----, --- -.- -----:---. I father, George Weaver. j Jacksonville,' N.C. for a few years. I shall always Tenn where they visited his nephew I
. remember these kindnesses. and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Harold I
Mr. and Mrs. R.,W., Sanders hadas Mr .and Mrs. E.: S. Parnell visited I .
Thanks N. C. and .
a lot< 'Hooper, and at.Shallotte.
; Classified .Ads their: dinner guests on Sunday, their ton. Genein, Miami recently -I OLIVER H. SHEPPARD Myrtle Beach, S. C. I
their daughter Mrs. Sibyle Keyes, where he is attending the I I .
. r and her daughter, Andrea, and summer session'at the University I -
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FOR Jeeps.SALE Walter New Ashley's and used Garage Willys son, Drew of Miami; and their of Miami. I *+H.I i 111111. 111111.1111 | l11111111- H 4Do I II
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and 1 i
in Belle Glade Phone 3058. -
Mrs..R.M. Sanders and son, Mich

Oct. 1754ch. ael. Exhibit World'siFairIs I You Want A I j

FOB; SALE: Limited amount of Little Miss Cindy Humphries, '
I
of disease free seed cane daughter of Florida Highway Pa- PlannedWEST

' No. CP5028, and CL41223. Also! trol Trooper Charles Humphriesand *

customer seed'treatment for Rat- Mrs. Humphries of Stuart, was

toon Stunting disease. Robert J. the weekend guest of her grandmother PALM BEACH-Fred O. NEW HOME ? .
Simonson. Phone 924-7256. Paho-
Mrs. Carrie Unwin. Dickinson, chairman of the Florida
kee, ,Fla. tf-A17-ch
Council 10 the
of represented
Mrs. Betty Hitchcock and children
HELP WANTED: Single Man or returned to her home in Ala- Council in New York; last week

Woman. Restaurant W 0 r k. chua. Saturday, after visiting relatives when he signed" a lease for.the J HAVE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT NOW '

Board. No Drunkard. J. & S. Park here.,She was accompaniedhome Florida site for the New York
World's Fair. If you've located the home want and you .
Highway 441, between Canal Point by, her sister, :Mrs. Virginia you '
The Council along with the have your down payment, you're ready to see / _.
and Okeechobee City. Itp. Crews who is vacationing there. '
:.. Florida Development Commissionand us about a low cost home loan. .

the State Chamber of Commerce ,This is the place to come, because we "

UII II II,\l III Iii 1 H H'l If! I I 1frHI'll, 1 "iH I "II-''I'I'I i.t H-H-H is sponsoring the participation specialize in loans to buy homes. We know .I : '
I of the state the 196 -65 ;
-in
just what to do to see that your loan is quickly .'
fair in New York.
J :processed and how to arrange easiest terms.R ..
: the lease sign- -- '
Others attending
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Restricted Trailer Park .. i'
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: ing' ceremony, .were;/Wendell Jar. If-. .f'<--

..,-, rare chairman-director of .tho"De-, R r
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J 'f4 J..I Monthly. Or.Seasonal, ., f :yelopipent Commission, and:Htnry .:...t._t1f' W n 4 #, ...T9't.Jy. J1 BUT. .i LACK. ..:CA3U. .f.-.
nr :: .: :, ; ; ;. Coleman of the State'II -:' .. .
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president tIme
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::, ; ,:" : r"', :. ., a..s' rpriyingly.flhprt! ; Jeijgth.' \' of. you j jft ncI -<
r '.T -'/-! -', .. .. 'jJ JC : : ...J!'. _Chamber: of Commerce." FIoridWprldta : too*yca11.have'yotn; doW payment. Here's, how;: > \
1open' :'
members / >
Fair "* -
On. Route 441 On Lake'Okeechobee' Authority -- a savings account here right away. i
attending the meeting were Ed-I ..
: Save as much as,you can regularly. ;
ward Ball, Jacksonville; W. ,J.
17 Miles North of Canal Point We also add a big dividend to your. account ;
.
Clapp, Florida Power Corporation .
St. Petersburg; Joseph R. Martin, ; .. regularly so your savings will grow even '
Pensacola K. Mason, 3'" -_ faster. Accounts may be opened by maiL ,
Beautiful. Shade. Pure Water. D oat Space. ; Raymond
, Jacksonville; Richard D. Pope, Sr.
Rest Rooms. Laundry Service Available.
Cypress Gardens; Don, Shoemaker,
Miami Herald; McGregor Smith,
-$ RESTAURANT AIR CONDITIONED. SERVING BREAK- Florida Power & Light Co., Miami; -

FAST AND DINNER LUNCH, SHORT ORDERS. James W. Walter, Tampa; James WE PAY 4%% ON SAVINGS!

STEAKS THE WAY YOU LIKE THEM. M Wellman, Wellman & Lord

Jw.wj Engineering, Lakeland; and' GeorgeT. I ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
v Willey, Orlando. I
LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION fZ
.. CATFISH & HUSH PUPPIES I t

A Specialty ,All You Can Eat YOUNOS- ARE HOMEAs I It. .
is their annual custom the
Dr. and Mrs. Wilburn Young fam- t : i

ily enjoyed a month vacation with -
i federal 'II
i' friends and relatives in the northern Everglades
; J&SFISHCAMPt clime. They returned over the


I''.* 4E AND TRAILER PARK I 4 weekend sojourn to after Maryland making and their other annual interesting -* I Savings And"Loan Association i

spots. The children are ,
.Y: 40 S. W. AVE. "B" PHONE WY6-2067
; Located in the Heart of the Best_ back ready for school and the I

i Fishing. In The World Doctor will be at his familiar stand I t BELLE .CLADE. FLORIDAHWiViTiTtTfiTi .

I'. ...y. ...sj I. ".': .S- ... .. 3 w .. .--.+',.._. .._,.. .''.---1 in his office next door to*"Pt*the- --Canal --I I .t '; ;; -> ".-- --, /'IX.
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Friday, August 24,1062_ The Everglades News, Canal Point, -Florida tie,..nftI -

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I See Florida This Summer 1 I Sept 30 To Be SOSDayOnPolioSip I See Florida This Summer'Masterpiece' ." .

Suwannee Park Has Idyllic Beauty

fl : Depicts Last Supper


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yy E ;. Sabin Oral Sunday is to be held :

in Palm Beach County on September m,

30th. This will be a mass in-

Lr'r noculation of the entire population

of Palm Beach County, and is aim- .N

ed to annihilate/paralytic polio in
I
T* tic -Minty. This is quite possibleif I
.; 4k
4 ; $w a very high percentage of the S r ka'a
population is innoculated. < t tT

r: The program is being cosponsored S ri

I by the Palm Beach County a.

Medical Association and the Jun- T a 3 3' i i

ior Chamber ,of Commerce organi-

zations throughout the county.. Dr. -
41 -'
Roy Brown and George Riddle ti

president of the Belle Glade Jaycees -
.Ml -- are co-chairmen for western r

I Palm Beach County. Drs. Richard 4 4 I

Lane and Lester. Hatton will be coordinators Jr'v

far the Pahokee, area

and serving the Canal Point area
:e r 9ro : will be Harlan' Sears.

Dr. Harold Yount,. chairman .for
A '" .... ka
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the County Medical Association, : '
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and Bill Brown, general chair- .
man for the Jaycees, conducted a ""< .<" ,::; .

; briefing session at the Civic Center : 5

in Belle Glade on August"4th. i.i. '

Transportation and education poseas :

I II the biggest obstacles in our JOi vMI.

.I area. The great need for volunteer I.> >
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: Ii i workers was also discussed. .. : *
__ II A mass meeting has been ;: -

I uled for August 28th in the sChed-1
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I Glade Civic Center. All

-..,.. I terested in serving as volunteer'I
-Photo by Florida State New. Bureau workers are urged to attend this

Suwannee River State Park In North Florida has the idyllic organizational meeting. There will

>eauty of ,the river, immortalized by Stephen Foster plus some interesting be eleven dosing stations in the I

) Confederate earthworks. The park is another reason Glades. Each of these require ap-) f Florida State News Bureau Photo I

Governor Farris Bryant' and the Fl.rida Development Commission I proximately thirty workers. This I The Great Masterpiece at Lake Wales, a mosaic of Leonardo

ire urging Floridians' to vacation in their own state this summer. I figure includes a doctor pharmacist da Vinci's Last Supper, is considered one of Florida's finest attrac I
and nurse. These will be on
.1 tions. The famous is with I
------------------------------- painting reproduced amazing artistryand
I duty at every dosing station.
VISIT LAKE PLACID Those interested in contains more than 300,000 colored stones. The Great Masterpiece
One Warm volunteering
July Miss Faith Sasser and.her houseguest should contact Dr. Lane is another reason Governor Farris Bryant and the Florida I

Miss Sandy Ivey of Forsy- in Pahokee; Harlan 924-7489'1 I Development Commission are urging Floridians to vacation in their

Month Canal PointJuly the Ga., who is her, roommate, at 2191, Canal Point; and George I own state this summer I
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Stetson University, accompanied I Powner 996-2050, Jaycee I I
by her mother, Mrs. Paul Sasser co-ordi-1 Ir r
nator for Belle Glade.A ,
1962 was one of the warmest and brother, James Paul spent last Twenty-five ,cent charge will i Miracle Strip Is Band Parents Make

,
Julys on record at Canal Point.I weekend at.their summer home at be requested per dose however no

On every day except July 3, the I I Lake Placid. After attending a one will be refused the Sabin Oral [ Attracting Visitors

maximum temperature was in the Firestone meeting in Miami on Vaccine George Riddle _stated. Plans For New Year I

Maximum Friday Paul Sasser also Joined his .. l I' ,
nineties. temperatures PENSACOLA The 1()().mUe
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for the first 13 days of this month family Lake'Placid.: "miracle strip"of Northwest Flor

was also in the nineties. The. high, Team Comes In 4th : ida is attracting out-of-state tour- The -Band Parents Associationof
Pahokee High School will hold' '
est temperature so far this year i ists in larger numbers this year
Founder's Day For an important meeting Monday, Au-
was 96 degrees F. on July 20. The than ever before.A .
gust 27, at 7:30 m. at the Band
in i Base BallThe p.
maximum
average temperature Tri-City survey by the Florida Devel-

July was 92.7 degrees as comparedto Eastern Star opment Commission showed that Building. .
It will be the first meeting of
the following average maxi- of the 10662.523 'tourists who
mums onnonth of July during the Tri-City baseball team of drove by automobile' last year, the new school year and commit-

immediate past 5 years: Founder's Day for the Order of the ,Florida Junior Major League 1,293,305 went to the-miracle strip tees will be organized for solicitingthe
"ads" to be used in
the football
1957 91.0 degrees Eastern Star,will be observed next composed of 13 and 14 year old area of the state's panhandle. This -

1958 91.0 degrees Wednesday evening August 29, boys from Pahokee, Belle Glade area stretches from Pensacola on programs. This is the one and

1959 89.5 degrees with a covered dish dinner to be and South Bay won fourth place in the west to Panama City on the only drive for funds put on for the
benefit of the Pahokee Band dur-
1960 91.8 degrees i held at 7:00 p.' m. at the Community the State meet held at St. Petersburg -
east.This ing the and underwrites the
1961 91.3 degrees i Building in Canal Point. last week, to determine the section of the state was year
budget for the entire *
1962 92.7 degrees Members of all the chapters of all-state champions. The Jackson- once largely ignored ,by tourists The campaign for the year."ads" will

Rainfall was below normal for OES.in District 18, which includes ville team won the championship, heading for the Southern sectionsof be carried on during the last weekin
each of the first 6 months of this Pahokee Belle Glade, Clewiwston ,Panama City was second .and St. Florida. It is a different story
and the of
August cooperation
year and was 3.83 inches short of and Moore Haven, are invited to Petersburg*;placed third. today ,with the miracle strip section business, firms and friends of the
normal for this period. Precipitation participate.Miss Members of the; Tri-City team attracting a good percentageof ''
band is
:
for July measured 10.45 I Katherine Young who holds making the trip were Keith Pad- the total number of visitorsto hopefully requested.
R. O.
Lampi. bandmaster
inches, or 1.92 inches above norm I the state office of,Grand Faith in go t, Dean Thompson, Bruce Taylor the state.SHEPPARD. the urges
each member of Band Parents
.
al. The heaviest rainfall at_ Canal the Order of Rainbow for Girls will Timmie dints Tommy McEl- .. .
I Association to be present at the
Point for any 24-hour period this be a special guest.MissEunice henny, Cal Spooner, Teddy Butler. AT HOME .:

1 year was 2.81 inches on night: of Hughes of Bryant is Michael Sanders Mike Cowart,' O. H. Sheppard, agricultural meeting. Monday' m 9 evening.- .
March 25. The heavy rain on June Mandy Morrell, Tony Latour,. Don '
1 in charge of arrangements. superintendent. t-atthe Bryant HOME FROM VACATION :i j j'Mr. :
I 22 measured 2.45 inches. ... Wilkinson, Jack Gordon? .John plantation of ,|1hf! t JJ. S. Sugar and Mrs. tf. D. Rogera'ghdgrandchildren :
,
Monthly Rainfall Brojyn 'Evans, John, Lee Henderson -
from the '
Corp. Is home hospital Linda and MikeJustice'areUjeXtfectexi
196NanfalJanuary. Name ,j 'Sallivan and.Gary.Walk;
I LISAis'New Ray following a coronary thrombosis.Foollbwjng to arrive .
,. r ri r, *, '". .
er. &
his weeks in the -
hospital
o *: 1 home today after visiting his
February ._..... ( ... .. z. ",. ,, FOtMiillet-Fish Coaches or the team who'madeil Mr, Sheppard has about 3 anda brother and sister-in-law Mr. and
\ March ":.__.."_..._. ...o..' ;i.05"' ,. ,g"'o" 'fI : possible for'the boys, to reach the half more weeks at his-home before Mrs. *J. T.Rogers: ; in' Nashville, ,
April 4.08 state meet were Alvy 'Early and
-- his doctors will permit him to
Tenn. and his uncle and aunt, Mr.
May _.,._. '2.12 3.92 Ray Thompson. He
and around little.
I ST. PETERSBURG-WIthin the be out even a and'Mrs. Clifford Williams in Bon-
June 7.01 8.29 Parents accompanying the bays
next few months Florida mullet is doing fine. Ifay. They also toured western
July 10.45 8:54: were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hendersonof .
wiU be replaced by Lisa. The mul- North Carolina, Including Cherokee -
South Bay Mrs. Ray Wilkinsonof
let's extinction will be in name ; HOME'FROM ALABAMAMrs. and visited relatives in Ala-
Total thru July 28.50 30.42 Belle Glade; Mr. and Mrs. Ray
only, however, as Lisa will merelybe Lera Richardson and her bama.

., the new name of the same old Thompson of Pahokee and Mrs. niece, little KIss Cindy Dobrow, .
Jane Evans of Bean City and Coach
fish. have returned from&visit with relatives RETURNS TO GREEN COVE '

VISIT SUWANNEE RIVER It is all the plan by state fisheries Alvy Early. in Alabama. They made the William P. Heney Jr., returnedto

Miss Marjorie Bruce of Rich' experts to make the mullet trip by train.CLASSIFIED. Green Cove Springs Monday,

mond. Virginia is the house guest'I market a money-making venture. VISIT DAYTONA BEACH after visiting his fiancee, Miss

of Mrs. A. C. Phillips and her son, Robert .N. Ingle director of research ADS IN THESE Martha Sellers and her parents
Mr. and :Mrs. Wiley Tillis returned -
Gerald Phillips on Barfield High;. .of the Florida State Boardof COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS Mr,,and Mrs. T. L. Sellers the past
way. Last week they all visited Conservation is behind the idea. Sunday eveningafter Beach spendingthe week. He was accompanied to
at with his
day Daytona
Mr. and ,Mrs. Charles Phillips and Mullet says Ingle will competeany Green Cove Springs by Miss Sell-
Estes .
Charles
Mrs. of St.Simon's
family at Bronson; for several: day with salmon and tuna as sister. APPRO> OWE OF EVERY POUR ers who will be the guest of his
Island, Ga. They were VISITORS IS SEEING FLORIDA
days. They also went sightseeingin food fish. But a great William P.
a many parents Mr. and Mrs.
accompanied home by his mother FOR THE FIRST TIME I
the Suwannee River area and northern fish of the sucker family Sr.
Heney,
Tillis. who had
Mrs. C. H. been
to Silver Springs as, this is MissBruce's are called mullet, and they. are inferior .
the guest of Mrs. Estes r several
-
first trip to ::Florida.'DEGREE fish.
weeks. loll
"We picked Lisa, the Spanishname .
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IN ATLANTA more attractive than mullet," Ingle HAS OPERATION
THEM
Mr. and :Mrs. D. L. Hooks: will go explained. Miss Alice Elaine Hurt is recov-

to Atlanta this week end where Some 5,000 cans of Lisa.are now ; ering at Good Samaritan Hospital .

their\son. ,'Stanley, will be graduated being canned and will be tested as I West Palm Beach after a tonsilec-' WffIPIA' a ouRiit y-

from Emory' University-. with,: to-its market. value .1 ;. $he.- ear. .: tomy operation performed. on Tues-
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FLORA TOURISMCOMM1TIK&
1 '0 ," GOVERNOR'S
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Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, August 24, 1962
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. Platts Vacation '1 SOME .FROM JACKSONVILLE I

.. .,. ....-. ----. .. .. ... .._: .... --' -- .. .... Mr. W. ).L :DuBose, a member of j
i ; : And Visit :Relatives the faculty in the Pahokee Ele- ;

News The mentary School, returned Sunday i
Of hlW bes '
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Platt of Pa- after spending the summer With i

l hokee have returned from their her husband at Jacksonville where I

1 . -, .vacation. During this .time they he was teaching summer school. I
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visaed their
daughter and his relatives
Mrs. A. w visiting at Colum- I

k : Schell and granddaughter, Connie, bus, Ga., and her relatives at
First' Methodist The Church Of,God Canal Point First in Baltimore. While visiting Mrs. Goodwater, Ala. I

1 ,Church PahokeeRev. Of PahokeeCanal Church Schell, went I
, :Prophecy, : :Baptist they over to Washington -
Point Road to tour the city. After pickingup 1
--'jJPJJ)';J.LUJJ.;j Y.JM; ;jMU 1I
Elder Barfield "
T. C. O'Steen R.E. their daughter Miss Judy Plattin
1 SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor SUNDAY: Baltimore, they went down to I

\ ; 9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Blowing Rock N. C., camping 25 Percent

" 1 11:00 a. .--:-Morning, Worship 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service 11:00 a. m.-M ming Worship along the Skyline Drive and the ,

t 6;.45 p. .MYF 7:45 p. m.--Evangelistic Service 7:00.p. m.-B. T. C. Blue Ridge Parkway sightseeing. Do you put aside a small amount

I. 7:45 p. m.--Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. 8:00 p. m.-Evening. Worship Upon their return to Florida, the into savings regularly?
8:00 m. Thursday-W.1LB. WEDNESDAY: Platts went to
TUESDAY: p. I Perry where they Is your savings well invested
'7:00, .Vesper Choir Everyone welcome. Special music 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer visited Mr., Platt's mother, Mrs.,
p. prac- ,Does it earn was much as 25%?
ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. Service Jettie Platt and.other relatives for
> 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: several days.Scotts. If you would like to answer yes
7:30 p. m.-Ladles Auxiliary ... to ALL THREE of the bove questions -
7:45 p. m.-.Mid-week devotions St. Mary's Catholic
but cannot, it
Meeting.Wilkinson. truthfully
; 8:30 p. m<-Senior Choir practice .. Are Home
ChurchFather -- will pay you to call me as soon as

From Western Trip I possible.
Francis Fennech, Pastor. ,Home Is 1 I JACK HUNTHunt

, Church; Of God, Sunday :M11:30 a. m.' .. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Scott returned -I! Real Estate
I Confessions before Mass Scene Of Shower Sunday from a six-week tour of !
Barfield Highway .. Phone 924-79,33
.- the West. ,Enroute they visited her
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Pahokee, Fla.Ben's .
( Fla. Holy Nativity bus. cousins Mr. and 'Mrs. B. J. Scolesin
Pahokee, The home Wilkinson Biloxi Miss..: hisr bIc: >ther-in-1 1t'IT'r1'r'lt'r' '\1'Y7\m'n,' In''Y7\t-N.1' !
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Hughes Episcopal 1515 East Main Street was the Jaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Phone 924-3736 Pahokee mond Clay in Dallas, Texas and ,
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their. son, Kyle Jr,, who is stationed -
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9:458. m.--Sunday School day evening August 16, in compliment !
= Rev. L. Leasing; Vicar at Fort Carson, Colorado
11:00 a. m.- Morning Worship SUNDAY: to Miss Martha Ellen Sellers, Springs Colo. In addition to spend-

I 7:30 viceTUESDAY p. Evangelistic, Ser- 10 a. m.-Sunday School bride-elect* of William Peter Heney. ing a week in Seattle Wash. where I Barber Shop

11:00 a. m.-Worship Service Jr. of Green Cove Springs. Host they attended the: World's Fair,I '
: u 9 m with their took Yellowstone -
esses Mrs. Wilkinson were itinerary them to
THURSDAY 7:30 p. m.-Prayer: Service Christian Science Mrs. Leon Spooner, Mrs Joe Alder- National Park; Jackson OPEN ON OR

man,-Mrs. Louis Davis Mrs. W. G. Hole in Grand Teton National
7:30 t>. m.-Youth for Christ BEFORE SEPT. 1
Group Of Canal PointAll Hull, Mrs. C. G. Willis, Mrs. Wal- Park, Wyoming which is just west i

Service lace Barnes, Mrs. Charles Wilkinson of the Continental Divide; Dodge T
... things are possible to God Mrs. Richard Nason and Mrs. City. Kansas; Six Flags Park, located -I Lake Shore Drive
Canal Point divine Mint This is a theme of the Ernest Maxwell. between' Dallas and Fort

Lesson-Sermon entitled ,' Mind" to In the receiving line with the Worth, Texas; Oklahoma City.
TDQ hehrd in Science Canal Point
Baptist Church Christian. honoree were her mother, Mrs. Terry -: Ok a. and many other points of in-
churches Sunday. I Sellers, her sister Miss Linda terest. They were unable to visit

Rev. Charles D,. Stewart Pastor Luke's account of the healing of; Sellers and Mrs. Wilkinson. They their son enroute home as planned Opposite Co-op
the palsied man by Christ Jesus I ..
SUNDAY: II each wore rosebud corsages pre- since he was participating in Air I
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School will be presented in the readings sented to them by the hostesses. Force maneuvers in South Carolina Packing House
11:00 : from the Bible. Included is this Refreshments the time.
a. m.-Morning Worship were served in at that
6:30 p. m.-Training Union verse (Luke 5): "And immediately Florida room where the table was '

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship he rose up before them and took laid with a cloth of linen heavily Miss Jeanine Mock has returned I BEN MEEKS

WEDNESDAY: up that whereon he lay and departed embroidered in cutwork and centered -f after spending the past weekend in |

7:30 p. m,-:Prayer Meeting to his.. own house glorifyingGod. with an arrangement of yellow the Bahama Islands. j I Ig" liY.J W.J W.Ji l i j.l.9.Y i:W i lY.JiW.1
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I The Pahokee Church From "Science and Health with gladioli and gerberas in a crystal ;;! :rNtIr'\\1lfNffNtr'l\tiITfr'l\tiiITf1r'l\tr! : : : 1, ylr'l\t'rNtIt7' fmf'r'l\tIr'l\t'm"rffi! fI'-,!
Key to the Scriptures" by Mary bowl.. A wedding ring fashioned of
Of The Nazarene Baker Eddy this'citation will be ice and embedded with yellow

read: "When man is governed by rosebuds .
floated; n punchbowl.
God. the ever-present Mind who Miss Brenda Alderman served the Cattle Sales
Rev. :Max D. .:Jones Pastor Monday
understands all things man knows
433 Bacom Point Rd. punch and the cake which was .
that with God all things are pos-
decorated with of
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 sprays yellow
SUNDAY SERVICES: sible. The only way to this living roses. ,Miss Joyce Brown had .Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
Truth which heals the sick is
of the book.
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School charge guest
which is owned and operated by more than 120
found in the Science of divine
.. 11:00 a. m.-Sunday: Worship In this dining area where the
Mind as taught and demonstratedby Florida Cattlemen.
a large
6:30 p. m.-Juniors gifts were displayed was
Christ Jesus" (p. 180).. of red Im.
Chrysler
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening arrangement You'll. enjoy the ,excellent service you receive here
Evangelistic Service perial roses in a silver bowl. In the
.WEDNESDAY: Honor Miss BrownAt living room, the coffee table was at'this Market. We make an effort at all times givean

.1 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer Wilkinson.Home decorated with Peace roses, whichare outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us

meeting cream edged with a blush of a trial.

"Where' you are a stranger but pink.
once." Miss Jean Brown brideelectof Among the lovely gifts receivedby ":*****************!":1:0++++

... Glenn Dale Perry whose mar- the honoree was an electric

riage will be solemnized, Saturday, combination grin and waffle iron SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. :m.
.St. Peter's Lutheran August 25, was honored with a presented to her by the hostesses.
coke party Wednesday afternoonat I ... ...
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the hom of Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson TO ATTEND WEDDING

on East Main Street Hostesses Mrs. Lee McArthur of Jackson- Glades LivestockfMarket
August Koerber, Pastor
with Mrs. Wilkinson were Mrs.
ville is the guest, this week,
house
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade. Claude V Sr. Mrs. David ASSOCIATION
Shirley, of Mrs..Ada ine'Stuckey. She is en-
SUNDAY: .. Unwin' Mrs. C, L.Shirley, Jr. and route to Coral Gables to attend the On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Divine'Senses 11 A. M.
Mrs. W, K. Aldridge.In .
Miss
wedding of her' great niece.
School 9:45; A. M Phone \VY 6-3028 George Young, Manager
the receiving line with Mrs. ,
a. Janet: Moseley! on August 31. Miss
Wilkinson were the honoree and Moseley Is'the granddaughter of .
$**&&&WJ&&fl I
The Methodist Church her mother,:Mrs. Joel,Brown. They Mrs. L. L. Stuckey, a. former resident .- .. -
wore lovely corsagesfashioned of Pahdkee. '' V .- .; .
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Refreshments were served on '.NOTICED..OF INTENTION -
Robert A. .Shelley, Pastor silver trays from a table laid with TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS

SUNDAY: ?' a linen cloth embroidered in cut- NA3IE WANTED !

10:00 a. m.-sChurch School : work and centered;,with an ar- Notice is hereby given"! that the ..

.11:00 a. m.:-;Morning Worship rangement of yellow roses, gladioli Undersigned, under the provisionsof
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.. 6:30 p. -rYouth Fellowship and mums. Chapter 20,953, Laws of.Florida, FOR PRE-HARVEST WORKIN
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Miss.Joyce Brown sister of the Acts of 1941, will register with the

MONDAY: honoree, was in charge of the guest Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and
3:15 p. m. Youth Choir practice book for Palm Beach County Florida,

TUESDAY: The bride-elect was presented upon receipt of proof publicationof SUGAR CANE AND OR
8:00. p.' m.-Woman's Society wither gift by the hostesses. this notice, the fictitious name, -

1st,Tuesday2nd towit: VEGETABLESGOOD V

MONDAY: Miss Dianne Douglas J. G WEEKS'AND SON
7:30, p. m.-Esther Class meeting Canal Point, Fla. .

WEDNESDAY: Finishes. Tech School, Under which we are engaged in WAGES STEADY WORK
7:30 p. m.Prayer Meeting business in 'Canal Point, Palm ,
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Miss Dianne Douglas, daughterof Beach County, Florida. That the INQUIRE NOW !
First Baptist M- r. and Mrs., Milton Douglas, parties interested in said businessare
and Ronald Crosby, son of Mr. and : J: G. Weeks Canal Point,
Church, Pahokee Mrs. R. O, Crosby graduated last Florida and James :M. Weeks Pa

Friday evening, from the Florida hokee, Florida. That the firm

Guthrie' W. Colvard Ministers College of Medical Technology in# name is: Florida State Employment Service

iM y-School=9:45 a..m. Miami, with a class of 50. Among J. G. Weeks and Son _

'Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. those attending the graduation By.J. G. Weeks.To 1
41 Southeast Avenue D -
Training Union-6:45 p. m. exercises from Pahokee in additionto be published once a week for

livening Worship-8:00 p. m. ; their parents, were Mr.and Mrs. four successive weeks in a news- -
Wednesday Prayer Service R. F. Hurt and Miss Alice Hurt, paper ot 'general circulation in. Belle Glade, FloridaI -

n 7:30 p. m. 0- Mr.r,and Mrs.Frank Brady and Palm Beach County. r

:,':*.\.A.- warm'." welcome'.... ----? to..-all.- LaMar Williams.. I i Pub. Aug.'17, 24,,31, Sept. 7, 1962. _h_ .,_ ',. ...: .. ..
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Jim Vandegrif. James Veal,
t Mike Watkins and Walter Young. Visited By BrackinsMiss ;

. ; Out For Practice Coach Pell states "the boys are
working hard and looking good." Elinor Brackin of Pahokee I

-- visited her parents: Mr. and' Mrs.
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i Forty-two"boys turned out for HOME FROM CALIFORNIAJon : Loyd BracRin and, brother, Steve I

preschool training for the Blue Pope, son of Mr and,Mrs E. in,. Eagle.Lake during her vacation. j
Also, Mrs. Brackin, Steve and i i
,t Devil football team, last week, according L. Pope, returned last weekend i
Elinor went to Ludowici Ga., to I
. ,.. to Coach Web Pell, head from San Jose, Calif. where he has visit Mr. ana Mrs. Raleigh Mock I
4 y coach: at Pahokee High School. been associated with the Parke- and family. i

. This is a record number of candi- Davis Pharmaceutical Corp., since
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dates for Pahokee. Practice starts:: his graduation from Tulane Uni-

"-, -t I Ia each afternoon at 4 p. m. and con- versity. HOME FROM VACATION i

sists mostly of toughening up ex- Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Apelgren, t

ercises. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. (Mac) Murphy their son Dallas; and daughters I

Coach Pell will be assisted this ?and family of Indiantownwere Mary Jane and Patti, and Jessie i

year by line coach Martin Ralph, the guests, last Sunday, of .Ann Sheffield, have returned from I
who was-a member of the faculty Mr. and Mrs. Paul Collier. Jr., on a vacation spent at Pompano

at ;the State School for Boys at I Elm. Street. Beach and Royal Palm Beach.

,. Okeechobee, last year; and by Bob
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coach. Billy Boe will serve his I

third year as manager of the team.

: Candidates, for the 1962 Blue THEATRE I

: I practice are Francis (Skeets) Bee, ,
PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
Bruce Boynton, Wayne Boynton,

John Busbee, Herman Clark, Fred Pahokee. Pahokee-Belle Glade Road I I2

Clements, Thomas Collier, Robert .
(Bud)' Culberson, Harry Cunning- -_ IMO FEATUnES- -

"I ham, Joe Davis, Wayne ,Edmond- SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUFSDA}
sort, William Gist, Roy Goodson,
SUND A YlIONDAYTUESDAAUGUST 2627.28
Bob Kennedy, William Kennedy,
Dennis Martin Mike Maxson, Larry AUGUST 26-27-28 Q"DUllMrlfiLlJ

"Miller, John Mills, Alton Mims, "FOLLOW THATDREAM" 0

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MRS. MACK, ALLEN (BUDDY) PARKER I Murphy, Walter Parker, Harold
,I Peacock Wayne Peacock, Charles ALVIS PRESLEY, ARTHUR LAURENCE HARVEY

Peaden, Charles Pell, John Pell, ,_ -ALSO-
f Miss Deanna Sue Hughes Of Crossville, Ill. I Douglas Potter,. Junior Rios, Roger O'CONNELL & ANNE "WATUSI"l

: Married Buddy Parker On August 5th. Simonson, Gene Stacy, Curtis HELM : :

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Parker in a ceremony performed at the First Methodist Church in Cross- ,
ville, Illinois on August 5th. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "
Darrell Hughes of Crossville, Ill and the groom is the son of Mr. and '. I
Mrs. Joe Pasco Parker of Canal Point. The couple, are both graduates I : : \
of Murray College at Murray, Kentucky. 'They will make their home : .. "
in Louisville where he is currently employed at the University Louis- 1 ; ,.' '. ; \ .-" <: .:,: '
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this coming school year, and he will enroll at the University of Louisville '
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the Pahokee Rotary Club, last Paris was declared an "open city"during r'

Thursday. Introduced by W. D. World War II, after view- ,"' : .

Howard, he told of his experienceson ing the destruction in Germanythat '

his'recent trip to Europe where is still evident after 18 years. ; 3r! : : a .
he 'visited ten different countriesand Guests were Donald E. Arm <: ; 1 .

spent two days behind the strong and W. T. Paget of Stuart: ; .
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Iron Curtain in Berlin. He entered and N. T. Taylor and J. P. Hal- .'
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other countries but he was always VISITS HIS SON' ,..

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lin looked sad and dejected and will visit his son,. Lt. Col. Harry

spoke only in low voices or whisp- Fremd, his wife and six children.He .

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