The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: August 31, 1962
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: UF00079910:00140
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Pahokee Lions Ladies !' 14 MILES Rardin & Group To Seek


I Road Right-of-Way From

Night Next Tuesday ), The State Road Departmenthas State Board Next Tuesday

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Jack Hunt was guest speaker at I Construction Company of Several actions pointing toward
Business To Get West Palm Beach for retreading Sep. 7 Deadline For
the luncheon meeting Tuesday of additional road and recreational
14 miles of Conners
the Pahokee Lions Club. Introduced Highway facilities in the Everglades were

by William' Benton, Mr. Hunt Freight IncreasePalm ,Intersection between 20 of Mile Conners Bend Highway and the New'Sugar Growers taken Monday by the county com-

spoke on "planned communities" in mission. "
and SR717 Muck ROOd .
comparison to those that "just ( City ) Commissioner Paul Rardin, Ca-

grew." Beach County merchantsand The bid price was $15 ,714.ao. September 7 is the deadline for nal Point, told the board that a
The contract calls for shoulder
D. B. (Bama) ,Mathis, who recently businessmen are faced with a growers who did not produce 3% mile stretch of rightofwayneeded
was presented a citation for $3,000 per year increase in freight grading and placing an asphaltic sugarcane in 1960-62 to apply' for for Ramie Road had been

20 years perfect attendance, announced charges on truck shipments weigh- concrete surface on the present a new-farm proporotionate share made available to the county and

that his membership is ing less than 100 pounds, accord- roadway. It Is expected that for the 1963 sugarcane crop, according le won approval of his motion to

being transferred to the Belle ing to an amendment by the Southern work will start 'within. 30 days. to O. P. McArthur, State all for bids for road constructionin

Glade ,dub, since he has moved Motor Carriers Rate Conference Executive Director, Agricultural this project.

his business to Belle Glade. I received by the Palm Beach. Stabilization and Conservation Rardin also asked permissionand --

Student member, Robert Boe I I County Freight Traffic Bureau. i Ag Labor Topic AtI Service. All growers who plan to was given it-to go to Talla-

who was attending for the last Motor freight lines serving this I produce sugarcane in 1963 for the hassee to appear before the StateI.

\ ,time before leaving to enter college area from the Pennsylvania New Vegetable Meet first time must apply for a new- I. Board to obtain a mile and a

thanked the Club for the priv- Jersey, New York and New Eng- producer share in order to be eli- quarter of right of way needed foe

ilege of serving as student member land section of the country' have gible for an acreage allotment for a new road to serve a Sugar Co-Op

and expressed the hope that he};published new minimum chargesto I Representatives of the State, the the 1963 crop year.Applications being built in the Glades one of

onay' become a full fledged member become effective September 10, Congress and the Federal Administration from all new grow- several projects brought on by a
after finishing his education. 1962, according to J, Lou Caro, will discuss "Agricultune ers in Florida, must be filed at the growing sugar industry.

The meeting next Tuesday has i Chairman'' of the Freight Rate Ad- and Labor" at the 19th Annual Glades-Hendry Agricultural Stabilization The '
right-of-way needed badlyto
been changed from noon to an : visory Committee of the Joint Cooperative Convention of the Florida Fruit & and Conservation Ser- link the new Glades

evening meeting. It will be a ,Council, the Traffic Bu- Vegetable Association at Miami vice (ASCS) County Office in House withSR15 and its Sugar

; __ 'Ladies Night" and will be,held at II reau's policy committee. Beach onSeptember 20, 1962, ac- Moore Haven, Florida. Ray,Gantt,' is strongly acquisition Garree-

7:30 p.m. in the Community Build. ""The small businessman,or store- cording to John W. Evans, general County Office Manager has -'announced Curlee, superintendent-opposed by the
ing at,Canal Point. Dr.: Walter'H. keeper will be hurt most by this convention chairman. : that "applications will be Glades
Prison Farm. The
Campbell third vice-president of act", Caro said He explained that "General theme of the Conven- received beginning Tuesday, August farm prison
Lions International will be the. the increase applied only to minimum tion will be "Agriculture in the 28. The ASCS County Officeis manager evidently doesn'trealize
the vital importance of this
speaker. All Lions Clubs in the charge shipments, that is, Space Age", with various phases located in the Glades County
particular stretch of
Glades area will be invited to at shipments weighing less than 100 developed by authorities in their I I Courthouse in,Moore Haven. road. proposed

tend. Attendance will be on a strict pounds. special fields. The USDA announced on August
It is on of
Tuesday next week
reservation ,basis. Members of Caro announced that his policy "The Thursday afternoon, .Sep- 21 that the 1963-crop sugarcane. that Commissioner Rardin

other Clubs should call Manning group has instructed James W. tember 20, session will be on Agri- acreage in Florida and Louisianawill Engineer Middleton and ; County
Keen for reservations. Local Lee, Director of the Palm Beach culture and Labor. be restricted through propor- County
mem-j Attorney Johnston will to
I bers should make County Freight Traffic Bureau to "Program Chairman will be tionate shares because of the tremendous Tallahassee
calling William Benton. file a petition with the Interstate FFVA Director S. O. Chase Jr., expansion in the sugar- along with a representative -
of Glades
t Guests were Fred H. Smith, Commerce Commission requesting Sanford. Speakers will be A. Wor- cane acreage in the, Mainland Cane group sugar
growers and lay before the StateI
Martin Ralph and Wayne Hund- suspension of the raise in freight ley Brown Tallahassee, Chairmanof Sugar Area in the past three years. I I I. Board the for the
ley. President Kyle Scott was in rates. I I the Florida Industrial Commission I Further expansion could lead to a request
right-of-way. No stone will be left
.charge of the business session. I The Chairman explained that who will present 'Views from I surplus of marketable sugar in, unturned by the group to secure

the increased minimum charges the State'; Leo R. Werts Washington the area. from the state this much-needed

apply on all shipments moving be- Assistant Secretary of Labor, The initial allotment for each' right-of-way for a new road leading
Local Girl Vying tween the northern territory and who will present the 'Views of the farm in the area with established to the mUleCornmfBsioner

ten southern states. He said that Department of Labor'; and Con- acreage history will equal the Rardin ..
For State Awards the "burden of the increase" hit gressman-Paul Rogers West Palm larger of the 1962-crop acreage' ', Or,' that the U. S. Sugar Corporation announced --

particularly hard at Palm Beach Beach who will present his views 105 percent of the average acreage -' had'donated some three
from the for the farm for the 1960-62
County because minimum charges Congressional standpoint -
acres, of land adjacent to a pres-
for ," Evans said.STATESBORO crops. Relatively small acreages
Miss Janette Harrington of Canal shipments moving less than ent county'park at Canal Point,
available for'newproducer
r Point was one of the five Palm 850 miles were not increased. --- are for enlargement of the recreational -
: shares of up to 25 acres each on
"We think this
Beach County girls whose 4-H records that is a clear I site. Rardin said the corporationis
farms which do not have
'I. cut of
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case preference prejudice VISITORS
were selected to be submitted starting new sub-division in
f to Tallahassee Ito vie for state in rate-making," 'Cam said,*i Mrs. James L. Deal and little of sugarcane acreage. for 196062. the are? and felt that additionalreereatlopal

i! rawards, it was announced Tuesdayby '"and the Traffic Bureau's petition daughter Nancy Ellen of States- New growers are cautioned not: facilities Would be
to overlook the 7 dead
Mrs. Howard Burgard assist- contains considerable? evidence to boro,Georgia, are,the house guestsof needed. The original land grant for
line for filing applications.
ant home demonstration agent. support our belief". her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. the park also came from thc n>-

The announcement was made following The local traffic bureau expectsto I. Sims. Mr. Deal will arrive Fridayto ... oration. .

a District 10 meeting held receive word of the Interstate join his family here. Last week,

at the Mounts Building inVest Commerce Commission's action be Mrs. Deal and Mrs Sims visited SAVANNAH VISITORS
..... Local Dem Club ToMeetInC.P.Sept.26.
fore 10th. .
Palm Beach, recently when, home September relatives in Miami. .[4 Jtfr. and Mrs. W. L. Boatwrighthave

demonstration agents from Palm ----------------- as their house guests this

Beach Martin. Dade Broward and I week, her nephew and niece Mr.
St. Lucie counties reviewed the 4-H and Mrs. C. E. Peeples of Savan:
Rardin's Commission District Is A
\ records of_outstanding girls in the Whopper; nah Ga. Other guests expected t&

area. Bigger Than Any One Of 62 There will be a meeting of the arrive this weekend are her sister-
Canal Point-Pahokee Home .Demonstration -
The records of the five Palm in-law, Mrs. Johnny Christian Mr.*

Beach County winners will be sub- Counties In The State Club. Thursday September and Mrs. Sonny Lenton and .Mr.

mitted with 35 other district win- 6, from 9:30 to 11:30 a. m. and Mrs. Tom Swearinger, all of
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ners selected Tuesday to compete Savannah. ;
Veteran Palm '
Beach County In discussing the area of his Building.
State will
f in state finals. winners
Tallahassee Commissioner Paul Rardin of district, Rardin said his districtis Miss,Ann Sims, new assistant
announced from ,
October 23 to Mrs. Bu- Canal Point in the western part greater in area than the area Home Demonstration Agent, will ..
Y e.. of this county said recently of any one of 62 of the state's 67 present a program on '"Food Econ- BUSINESS SPOT FOR '

l lam ... that a new alignment of commissioners counties. Only Collier, Dade, omy." RENT IN CANAL POINTOn

:. districts makes his the Monroe and Imperial" Polk are Mrs M. C. Carter will report on

" CHRISTMAS VISITORS largest district in the State of larger than his Commissioners'district. the "short course" she attended at the corner next door to

; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Coward and I Florida. Gainesville. Mrs. Ruth Kahle pres- Post Office where Grace's
''. .- little grandson. Les. of Christmas He said the population of his
The new line making up Rar ident, will preside. Beauty Parlor moved out
r. \ Fla visited last,weekend with Mr. district set by the last censusat din's district Is Members of the Belle Glade yes
Coward's cousin Miss Lulu Bar- 31,979 Is greater than the at 20 mile Bend Home Demonstration Club will be terday. Ideal for beauty" shop:;

field of Pahokee and his 8On-in-law population of any one of 41 Florida -putting everything west of special guests. And any Women in or other business. Call 'Paul

t. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Earl counties. There are 67 counties that line In the Fifth Commission the area interested In this kind of Rardin in Canal Point. >

Brown and family in Belle Glade. in the state., district. work are also invited to attend.-
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:Page:-- Two ..."'," r The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday, August 31, 1962 .1
I 1 I station to be'established at Delray,I II I r
Year's Back Pay Is Beach as"the request 'of Kellen Latin America Is J

berger. Interim sheriffs since last Subject Of mls.
2 Handed To SheriffSheriff August have been working out of "

the Delray Beach police head The monthly meeting of, theV..
1 ) quarters.The M. S. of the Canal Point Baptist &
UI. Martin Kellenberger is commission also approved Church was held Monday night at ;
going to find out, how it feels to bonds for eight deputy sheriff's the church. Mrs. R. T. Smith had '
pick up a year's back pay. named by Kellenberger. charge of the program. Mrs.:.
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The paycheck which has been' Charles Maxson gave the devotion- 1

:,- 11:1: IJ! piling up since last August when'I f Mrs. Elliott Honored al. Mrs. Smith led the group in a
Kellenberger was suspended by question and answer discussion on
,., ,' y ---=- L,..": Gov. Farris Bryant, amounts to By Birthday PartyMrs. Honduras, Costa Rica and Guata- s
something in excess of $13,660. The mala. Mrs. J. D. Latham, presi
i. ( WJih thin sheriff was reinstated to office this Lee Wroten entertained at dent, presided during the business
The ;
; ; Rardin In Canal Point, Florida month and Monday made formal her home Wednesday afternoon session. .
THE LAKETOKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF application to the county commission with a party honoring her grandmother -

for his back'pay. Mrs. J, B, Elliott, of .FL I VISIT ALAMO, GEORGIA i;
"< >:, Zf1IEr'EVERGLADES: : NEWS The commission ordered that the Lauderdale who was celebrating Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Humphrey, _
4 sheriff's check be made available: I Sr., left Monday and are spending
", *-. .",Jurying the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without In other actions pertaining to the 80th anniversary of her birth I the week in Alamo, Ga. They were
Interruption Every Week for :More Than 30 Years the sheriffs office taken by the day.Close accompanied by her mother,,Mrs. (
Established county commission this week included friends and former neigh- A. J. Harville, Sr., who was in Pa- ,
March 11 1924 Published
Every Friday
: bors of the honoree were invited hokee to attend the parties for her .
Subscription Price ,$2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Instructing the county engineerto guests. Those attending were Mrs.J. grand daughter, Miss Edwina

Everglades News 13 Entered at the Post Office' go ahead with plans for remodeling -, V. Thomas, Mrs. Ruth Meredith, Humphrey, and the subsequentSandersHumphrey
the for 1.irJ. Lera Richardson, Mrs. Ade-
jail! security purposes.The wedding'on
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second, Class Matter
: original plans had been presented line Wroten, Mrs. Otto Bleech, Mrs. Sunday afternoon.
Paul Rardin ,-' Owner, Editor, Publisher by a former sheriff and this Frank Friend, Mrs. Lon Wilson, .
week were approved by Kellenber- Mrs. M. P. Holman, Mrs. Frank Mr.' and Mrs. Bob Meirs of Mi-
-. .. Rozelle, Mrs. Rhoda Shive, Mrs. ami were the weekend guests of
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's ger.The commission also agreed to I John Rogers, Mrs. Dave Lovell and Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas of Pa- I
pay $1500 in rent for a sheriffs sub Mrs. R. P. Fletcher. hokee.
Meeting Of The Palm BeachCountyCommiss : 4
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0 Development and construction of pamphlet being published by the i LLThIIE1
,a new state university at Boca Ra- League Women Voters.
ton continued to stay in the news Authorized renewal of a lease at
this week and this time the item International Airport for a baseball -
effected an area outside' 'the college I school for $200 per month, a Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade -
\ ,perimeter. lease which covers use of ball diamond -
The county commission this facilities on the east end of SALES and SERVICE
week placed its stamp of approvalon the field. '

a new Boca Raton subdivisionto Approved a permit for,establish Heating Air Conditioning Appliances 1
be known as Campus Heights, a ing Royal Palm,Memorial Gardens, 1 I
residential area to be built near a new cemetery being built inVest
the college. Palm Beach.
Jn other actions this week the Heard that U. S. Public Health .
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commission: officials, state and county health
Received a letter of appreciation officials will meet in West Palm
from'the Palm Beach and Broward Beach Sept. 5 to review plans be- ..
County Recreation Commission ing made for improvement of the
for anew', boat ramp and parking
county home and hospital. 't ....
built State Road .
area the board on .
Named a section of Commodore
,, 706 at Canal 18.
Voted to pay $600 for 5,000 I Island in Lake Osborne-"Hibiscus '".
copies of a county government Gardens". :' "'* .'. .' '...t--' -
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" Fortune Tellers I Miss Sylvia Parrish ,- ', .

.. Get Rardin No Vote Will Study In TallyMiss

You can be pretty sure of one Sylvia Parrish, daughter of
thing, that as long as Commissioner Mr. and Mrs. F. S. (Dick) Parrish,
Paul Rardin is a member of the who has reached her senior year in
'county commission a palmist will Orange Memorial Hospital Schoolof
get no quarter from him-money- Nursing at Orlando, left last
wise or votewise. week for Florida State Hospital at
Loretta Johnson West Palm Tallahassee, where she will spend i';'
Beach, made application for an annual three months studying psychiatric 4
license to do palmistryanart nursing. Miss Parrish has just re- A t
which Rardin prefers to call cently finished a training course in
fortune telling and an art ,which pediatrics. r2rffitel
; he'votes against every time he hasa ;
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He did it again Monday-"emphatically"
" -' but the other four Mrs. Duke Tucker and grand- I '
members of the board had him outnumbered sons, Hank and Gip Tucker, and
and Palmist Johnson her granddaughter Kit Tucker, returned -
got,Jier license renewed. Thursday from Fort Myers
Beach where they spent 'a week.

William Casto will, ,leave Mony They were accompanied on the trip
> for/-Washuigton. p. q. to attend by Mrs. Tucker's sister, Mrs. I
, Health Seminar.. ine
a Public Joyce. Max-I

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can't beat REDDY KILOWATT,for doing farm jobs at low '

Are regularly held at, the Glades Livestock Market cost. ,Works full-time for part-time wages. The more jobs that I
which is owned and< "operated by more' than 120 ,
: Reddy does, the more money you save. Does in minutes the many,

Florida Cattlemen. many chores that used to take hours. Milks cows, grinds feed, I

You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here pumps and heats water, cleans and ventilates the barns, adds addi-

at'this Market. We xn&ke l 'an effort at all times to,give tional "daylight" hours..the handiest farmhand yet! You can 3 I

an outstanding service" to buyer and seller. Give us depend on the efficient, economical use of electricity to reduce : t

a trial. production and processing costs and increase your farm profits. ', I

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SALES E\TERYa\1:0NDAY: AT 1 p. m.. I j

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;, Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday August 31, 1962 "

Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Aldridge and
family have returned from a trip Sterling Silver Graces

: I :PERSONAL NEWS NOTES to Silver Springs and Daytona Housewarming Table

Beach. Their son, Keith, remainedat

Melbourne, where he is attend rLr .
Mrs. Velva Elliott Wed- Mrs. Grimes and -
returned Ralph daughter ing Florida Air Academy.Fred .
nesday from a visit with her son Rebecca, returned Thursdayfrom
Blakey will leave Tuesday
and daughter-in-law, Staff Sgt. Miami where they attended
t- and Mrs. Ronald Elliott and familyin i the summer session at the University for Florida State University, Tal- : )

.. Phoenix, Arizona. i of Miami. lahassee, where he will be a senior -

Mr. and Mrs. Minter Collins: will Miss Lynette Hammond, is a I majoring in history and minoring .

leave Friday for St. Petersburg to medical patient at Good Samaritan I in Spanish.
:- attend thearmfoe iagr shrdlu mfm Hospital In West Palm Beach, this I I I Mr. and Mrs. J.D.. Rogers visited rG

attend the marriage of their son week. ;!i his sister, Mrs. Ne ie'O'Riordan. ,

Lewis, to Miss Betty Jean.Johnson Karl Watson son of Mr. and in Fort Pierce recently.Mr. .

. at the Christ Methodist_ Church Mrs. Paul Watson, will leave Sat- and Mrs. R. D. Apelgren and > it1111l111IItj11141Ui1i iilittlllli11i1ItDt1t/1t!! 1 \
there on Sunday, Sept. 2. urday to attend Central Florida family will spend Labor Day weekend ...:... av -''"-*- _.

.:',;.: The home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Junior College at Ocala. at Pompano! Beach. *,, :Aoo. \ ;;
Hundley was the of: Miss Elinor Brackin spent. the Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Duke and x. .... -' *'- ,
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party for members of past weekend as the guest of her ... < ; ,,' < <>.' .' :,""'. .; .. ,,
, the Class of '62 of Pahokee High parents Mr. and :Ms. Loyd Brackin the Keys on Islamorado. .- '". ."" ..,<$.'''-A':'..':>:"if>'"<'>.:.-:..'''." '.'".';. ,."..,""., "' ;,i'-_'x"y ;>:;....... '+
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this fall."Some 20 classmates en- Word from Wauchula received Monday accompanied "
.. joyed the festivities. lby Mrs. Wiley Tillis is to the effect by their daughter, Miss 'j : ,>....:.. -: \.. .
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Miss Joyce Brown, daughter of her brother, Lawrence Jau- and Miss Bonnilu >'\;' > '>>' .'>
Mr.. and Mrs. Joel : the Miss Young and Miss Lair will be t'l'. ...:. ..,
. W. Brown, wills I don has been taken back to >< : : : : >
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leave this weekend for Ocala where Watson Clinic in Lakeland for roommates at Florida State Uni- } -- -- _- ---__- ,'

she Is enrolled at Central. Florida !I I treatment. He is a former resident versity. One of the bride's happiest occa- ance when she entertains. I
,Junior College. ; of Pahokee. / Mrs. Virginia Crews has returned sions is entertaining new friendsin Gleaming silver and china and
.. Mrs C. G. Johnson and son, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Geiger of from a visit with her brother- that first "home of her own." an attractive arrangement createa
For her housewarming; the bride gracious atmosphere for even
: in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Alvin, left Tuesday for Arizona Canal Point are spending their va- has set a friendly table with the simplest menu. This is one
where they plan to spend the wint cation visiting Mrs. Scott Patterson Hitchcock In Alachua. She was this cheerful, easy-to-make reason that so many parents to-
t er. Dr. and Mrs. Vizcente De accompanied by her sister, Mrs. "house" centerpiece and her new day are following the age old
. I Castro and family are renting the in Norcross, Ga. and Mrs. J. Andy Nychyk of Fort Myers. sterling silver. Knowing her I tradition of giving their daughter j

": Johnson home and moved in this E. Carter in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Duke and I II table setting is just right does I. sterling silver flatware foi

-. week. .I l Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith were sons returned last" Thursday, after I much to give a bride self-assur-i her marriage. ...

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer of the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry I I spending five weeks camping out
Elarbee at Ft. Myers Beach duringthe at Fish Eating Creek.
/ Miami attended the Perry-Brown
past weekend.: Mrs. Smith also Mr. and Mrs. Berry Boynton,
wedding here, last Saturday evening [y tf/Stirft.3ysvirtfvltYitfr I j I.
' attended the quarterly postmasters their daughter, Elizabeth Ann and
and were the weekend guestsof
meeting at the Beach Club in son, Joe, of College Park, Mary
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. BEN'S BARBER SHOP !
Naples Sunday. land, were guests last week of
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stokes their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. I
Mrs. 'c. B. Stringari was the NOW OPEN
were the weekend visitors with Grady Boynton in Canal Point.
weekend guest of her mother, In
I Mr.. and Mrs. Danny Mullis and Miss Margaret Powell of West
Fort Lauderdale. BEN ALSO HAS A
little Danny in Orlando. Little Palm Beach was the weekend guestof

'- -,- - Danny is recovering nicely after her mother, Mrs. Ora Powell.Mr. COMPLETE GRIND SHOPFOR
'" having his tonsils out last week., and Mrs. G. L. Lanham and
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins left son visited their daughter. Sam- ,
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Saturday for a three week vaca- mie Lee, in Miami during the past
tion to be spent in Georgia and weekend. -

FOR SALE: New and used Willys Fort W<|rth, Texas visiting the Mrs. Max Beverly and son. Joe BEN'S BARBER SHOP AND

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage Dick Atkins family. Edward .of Ochlochnee, Ga., are
In Belle Glade, Phone 3058. Miss Nina Briggs has just returned the guests of her parents. Mr. and GRIND SHOPLAKE

Oct. 1754ch. from attending the,National Mrs. Grady Boynton of Canal SHORE DRIVE NEAR
.. Conference of the Children's I I Point. 01 PACKING HOUSE
GOTTA A ROOM for rent? A Bible Missions which was held at Miss Janette Harrington, accompanied -

small ad in this column will get Capawingo, Tenn. Enroute home.I by her parents will BEN MEEKS

..l the job done. It only costs a dollar. she was accompanied from Port .leave Sunday for Tallahassee .

Call 9242661. Orange by her mother, Mrs. H. J. !I where she will enroll at F. S. U. asa I.
. .
Briggs.Mr. i freshman. W3 &&&$
FOR SALE: Limited amount of and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley and Mr, and Mrs. James Elrod and ,

of disease free, seed cane son. John will leave Saturday for i sons, Jimmy and Joey spent last

No. CP5028 and CL41223. Also Gainesville where John has enrolled I weekend with her parents, Mr. and 11111111111111111111111111111111 : 111111111111111
customer seed treatment for Rat- at the University of Florida.
Mrs. Tommy Miller. :t: .
toon Stunting disease. Robert J. Homer Latham, who is stationedin Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Holt have returned ",- ,

Simonson, Phone 924-7256, Paho the U. S. Army at Ft. Benning to their home after a three : : j jt

kee Fla. tf-A17-ch Ga., was the guest of his parents.Mr. week vacation spent in the North I Do You Want A i .

.' and Mrs. J. D. Latham duringthe Carolina mountains.
FOR RENT: Lunch Stand Equip-
I" ment, Lights water furnished. past weekend. Miss Patsy Batchelor, City]1 : .1I t
$100 Month, apply In person at f ;Miss Cherie Winston of Ft. Laud- Clerk of Pahokee, is spending her I

Williamson Fruit Stand, Canal erdale, returned to her home Sun- vacation at Panama City and New I NEW HOME? I

. Point.' tfc 'day after visiting her uncle and Orleans, La.
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Parrish Frank L. Rozelle, Jr., of Atlanta,
WE HAVE HEARD of folks who and her cousin. Debbie. Ga. will arrive Tuesday, to spend a
have rooms for rent and rooming Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elarbee and week with his parents Mr. and

houses for rent. A small ad right son. Kirk, returned to their homein Mrs. Frank Rozelle, Sr. HAVE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT NOW

here might turn the trick. Why not Pahokee Tuesday after spend- Mr. and Mrs. L.' J. Fraser had
If you've located the home want and
try it? It is a small cost-$1.00 a ing a month at Fort Myers Beach. as their recent guests, their son-in- you you
have your'doWJ1 payment, you're ready to see
week. for their vacation.Restricted law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W.
us about a low cost home loan.
D. Davenport and children of
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- Brandon.R. place to come, because we

111111 II O. Lampi will attend a board specialize in loans to buy homes. We know -

, meeting of the Florida Bandmaster's just what''' to do to see that your loan is quickly

Trailer Pk 1:1 weekend.Association\ in Tampa this processed and how to arrange easiest terms..

,Mrs. Mattie Elliott of Ft. Laud- :. :

erdale is the houseguestr this week, '. '. WANT TO BUY, BUT LACK. CASH? ;
Monthly Or Seasonal of Mrs. Adeline Wroten on North '. :
-. Barfield Highway.Mrs. '. : :: .. In a surprisingly short length of time, you

Max Beverly and son, Joe '. t : too. Can have,your down payment. Here's how. ,
On Route. 441 On Lake. 'Okeechobee.- Edward, of,Ochlochnee, Ga., are.the, \ I' : -open, a savings account here right away.
> ? guests this week of her parents .- Save as much as you can regularly.
17 Miles North of Canal Point Mr. and Mrs. Grady Boynton.Mrs. '. J We also add a big dividend to your account

Ollie Adams left Thursdayfor regularly ao your savings will grow even

Beautiful Shade. Pure Water. ;oat Space. a visit with relatives in Glen- faster. Accounts may be opened by mail.
wood, Ga. She was accompanied i
Rest Rooms. Laundry Service Available. 1 by :Miss Ann McBride, who has

% been visiting her aunt and uncle

STEAKS THE WAY YOU LIKE THEM. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Unwin and

daughters, Brenda and Julie, left
"'.... last Friday, for a vacation trip t6 I ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND

and moun- I
tains of North Carolina. Enroute
I i I
SpecialtyAll You Can Eat they spent Friday night with his f i
brother-in-law and sister,, -Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Hitchcock In Alachua. ; :I;
LABOR DAY VISITORSMr. Everglades Federal
and Mrs. L. P. Vann will .
have as their guests for the Labor
AND TRAILER PARK Day weekend, their daughter. Mrs. Savings And Loan Association

Evelyn Branch and three' childrenof
40 S. W. AVE. "B" PHONE WY62061J
'I' Located In the Heart of the Best West Palm Beach and their t

.. Fishing In The World son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and BELLE CLADE, FLORIDA .
i .
.. Mrs. Leroy Putnal and two child- :, '. _' -t:tI

J : I I : ,J t-: I,1 I 1 I I aH 1 I -H 1 1 : : I ": : 1H: +K I I : I I : I I : I I I I. ren of New Smyrna Beach. I S H t n H 11 n ti n ii ii i I H 1111 m H H H i m H n 111JiM1 -
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i Friday August 31. 1962 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Page FlvSt .

). TTie J &ont I I:One Was Born In'1888 And The Other In 1961 I II

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: Did you ever stop to wonder I

,. .i':1'G 4, ,,uII.I S why people are so gullible espec-

'f.'!" : ialy about things they think will
{ Y. :"'*1! z prcmote better health?

., .... Recently while I was lookingover
}Y.t' t "-i some of the large number of

I' ," publications, reports and surveys
1/ ) .- that through office
; a pass my everyday
I' .
}: .' ; my attention was, caught! bya
'I : .:. .1.1.",,. .j sizable figure-350 million dol
:; *' .' lars. I to note thatit
was #
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r JI ..' < ,...... f"'a"", z : b s. is the estimate of the amount of Y
L. ,. '. ,
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:" f 10. :" Americans spend yearly on
J. .. .. <> ; ', money
? .: .." .. .t ..., : .f" ; : ,.' across-the-counter purchases of II r
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I 'Xff' } .. < vitamins. And that sum is in addi-
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j (i",. .. "' .. .;;. .' < > tion to the cost vitamins incorporated -
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-.z; \ into foods.
Now, I don't think any medicalor
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'If" .i .. .
!:.i.i. found who advocates the indiscrmv.
"!" inate use of vitamins. But that
t phrase "over-the-counter p u F-j

to that Amer
J- chases" indicates me

';;} 'f"', v'7"' I leans: are spending about one-third j

I f .,:{, '., <" "" ft, I of a Billion dollars every year for
..7<,7. j' I
;" think need-I
I something they they
I MR. MRS WILLIAM P. HENEY. JR. not because their physicians have)

!II' prescribed it after examinations I -

I Miss Martha Ellen Sellers Wedded To and clinical diagnoses. I I I I The youngest of e-two gentlemen shown above is Harry Kirk
Most of us don't need to take'' Elarbee 1 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brooks Elarbee of Pa-

t William P. ,Heney, Jr., On August 23 vitamins. What we need is proper I|I'hokee and the great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Cross of Canal
food-a balanced diet-the right 1|Point. Of course, the other gentleman is Mr. Cross. You can tell himi

Miss Martha Ellen Sellers bouquet of white sweetheart roses, kind of meals, eaten regularly.And 1 i i from the pleased smile on his face. Unusual is it that great-grand-
1 I|fathers can have their great-grandchildren's birthday fall on their own
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. centered with white orchid. why should a Commissionerof
Terry a
i!j birth date. But, that's the case here. Kirk's birthday was August 31,
Levert Sellers, became'the bride of Miss Linda Sellers, sister ,of the Agriculture be boosting for 'j 1961. Mr.'Cross had come along a few years before on August 31, 1888.

William Peter Heney, Jr., son of bride and her only attendant, wore proper diet? The,answer is simple. It should be noted here that Kirk has a grandmother and grandfathel-

Mr. and Mrs. William, Peter Heney, I brocade satin in ice blue with fit Foods are the products of agriculture living in Canal Point. They are Post Master Edythe and R. T. Smith.

Sr., on Thursday evening, August ted bodice and flared skirt, accented -I and agriculture is what I'm His grandparents on the other side of the house have pa.s.sed"on.. There

23, at 6:00 p. m. I I at the waist with a bow. She interested in promoting. The con- will be birthday celebration today (August 31) at the home of Mr. and
of and kindsof Mrs. Cross in Canal Point when a family dinner will be the order of the
'' wore a matching headpiece and sumption more proper .
The wedding vows were exchanged
I I day followed by a double birthday party.
foods will benefit our agricultural -
before an altar featuring an I carried a nosegay of white carna-
I have doubt it i
tions. industry. no
open Bible, at the Orange Avenue I
Baptist Church in Green Cove For traveling, the bride wore a would go a long way toward raising Judge Tyson Back Selling Idea.Made

Springs with the pastor, Rev. pink suit with flowered blouse and our level of sacs national health. I I Following VacationJudge By "Girls' State" I

James McCullough, performing the matching accessories. Her corsagewas
ceremony. Traditional wedding selections the white orchid from her If you don't happen to know I

,were played by Mrs. J, L. bridal bouquet. what constitutes a proper diet, let J. L. Tyson resumed his I TALLAHASSEE-A proposal to"sell" ''

Mincher, organist. William Peter The bride and groom are both I me quote from the report I men- I duties in the Magistrate Court at Florida's universities, made

Heney, Sr. served as best man for I I students at the: University of I tioned. This is a general guide for the Glades Office Building, on by the governor of Girls State, will
<'obtaining vitamins from food--the be turned over Development
his son. Florida where she will enroll in"September Mondayfollowing a two-week va-
---- y recommended dietary allowances Commission Chairman Director
The bridge given in marriageby I as sophomore and he I for all nutrients, including vita- cation. While in North Carolina, Wendell Jarrard and Industrial
her father, was lovely in a street. as ..a junior. They are both major-
ing in music education. She is a mins, developed by the Food and Judge and Mrs. Tyson had the Commission Chairman o r ley
length gown ,of Chantilly lace over '
Nutrition Board of the National privilege of Rev. I Brown.
satin, designed and made by her member of Sigma Phi, honorary hearing Billy
he is affiliated Research Council. The report adds According to State School Sup-
music and
mother. The fitted bodice featureda sorority Graham who was the featured
I that these leves "are believed I erintendent Thomas D. Bailey Rita
with Kappa Kappa Psi honorary I
portrait neckline reembroidered I speaker at the closing exercisesof
adequate for maintaining sound Brown of Fort Lauderdale wrote
music fraternity. They are both' in
with seed pearls and crystal and Camp Rockmont where the Tyson him that
the Gator Band.Following I nutrition throughout life and there- many high school stud-
the long sleeves ended in lily pointsover fore represent desirable goals for boys attended the last sesion ents leave the state for their college -
the hands. The flared skirt a honeymoon in the
Here's the education. The of
of governor
| was fashioned with scallops at the mountains of North Carolina, the all healthy persons. camp.
list year's Girls State said we
15 hemline. Her veil of silk illusionwas couple will make their home at :
(1) Milk Group: Children 3-4 cannot afford to lose "this precious
attached to a crown of pearls 824 H E. University Ave., Apt. 3, "
cups; teenagers 4 or more cups; stock whose feed was grown human material.
she carried Gainesville.
and crystals, and a
adults 4 or more cups; pregnant "organically") $2.42 for eight She proposed that the state do
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wwwuwwuww women 4 or more cups; nursing ounces. more to "sell" Florida's collegesand

Funeral Services HOME FROM TOUR mother 6 or more cups. Cheese and Superior qualities or healthfulness universities to the state's high

Bob Erickson of Canal Point has ice cream can replace part of the of the organicallyproducedfoods school graduates.
returned from a three and a half -
milk. is a myth, says the author.
Mrs. Wiley At 95 week tour of the West with a group (2) Meat Group: two or more That I believe, but on the other TO JUNIOR COLLEGE
of 26 people. The tour was plannedby I servings, including beef, veal, pork, hand, If someone has the money to Among those planning to regis-

the youth department of the 1, lamb, poultry, fish, eggs, with dry spend to indulge that kind of fancyI ter Tuesday at Palm Beach Junior

Funeral services for Mrs. Valetta Seventh Day Adventist Church, beans, peas, and nuts as alternates. I have no quarrel with his doing it College in West Palm Beach are

Bell Wiley, ,95, who died Satur-: and the caravan started from Or-' (3) Vegetable and Fruit Group: I-90 long as what he eats conforms Horace Scruggs Paula Collier,

day at her home in Pueblo, Colora' lando and covered 10,000 miles, including four or more servings, includinga I to the balanced diet in supplying: Willie Carson Adams, Beckie

I do, were held Tuesday afternoon twelve national parks. dark green or deep yellow vege- proper nutrition. '' ; .. Mackeyt): David Cunningham Yield

with burial in the family plot Among the places of 'interest table (at least every other day), a sss. Alley, Val Gabaldon and Judy

there. Her husband proceeded.her visited was the World's Fair at citrus fruit or other fruit or vegetable Perhaps you've read from lime Pl tt.- j' In.. :1'l: '

in death by 40,years. Seattle. Grand Canyon, the Petrified contributing vitamin C to time proposals for world-",'ic.h ( .

Mrs. Wiley was: the' ,mother of Forest Glacier National Park (daily) plus other fruits and vegetables adoptIon-for purposes of standardization : -
:Mrs. Ruth Meredith' '--m Pahdkee and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. including potatoes. -of thev metric systemof ATTEND: FAMILY REUNION ,

and Mrs. Mabel' Lutz in Belle (4) Breads nad Cereal Group: weights and measures. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall left

Glade and had visited her daugh- four or more servings whole I noted recently that over in yesterday, (Thursday) for Black-
times. A native of In- Young Students or restored. shear, Ga., where they will attenda
ters many grain, enriched India the Union Ministry! of Com-
she moved west with her sufficient family reunion of Mrs. McCall's
Diets containing merce has issued 50 million conversion -

family during the covered wagon I Guests Of Honor amounts of these key food groups, tables to assist consumers I family during the Labor Day
I weekend.
t days. She had led an interesting as i properly selected and prepared. in the national program to get

well as a long life and often enter I should not require nutritional sup- them to do their shopping in metric .. .

tained her listeners with tales of I[ Students who are members of plementation. weights.The Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crews had

the old west. She was versed in I the Pahokee Methodist Church, s. tables are to be displayedby as their guests, last Friday, her

I the arts of painting and fine I and leaving._for the various colleges Food faddists also spend their grocers all over the country, parents Mr. and Mrs. Axel Jensenof

needlework.She I. soon, were guests of honor money freely on so-called "Ji alth" showing equivalent prices between West Palm Beach; and her aunt

is survived by nine children,' at a hamburger fry. Tuesday even- products. A special group, those seers (an Indian standard of Mrs. Lydia Nelson of Fort Pierce.APPKX.CNC .

five of them living in Florida. I ing at Boy Scout Beach. The event who believe that .only "organic" weight) and kilograms. Failure to

Those,residing in the state besides was sponsored by the Woman's foods are healthy-the foods grown display the tables is punishable by
Mrs. Meredith and Mrs. Lutz are.. a I Socjety of Christian Service. Mrs. without aid of chemical fertilizersor law. The reason: merchants have

son James B. Wiley of Lake 'R. B. Simonson. secretary of student pesticides-pay fancy prices. been cheating customers not OF EVEFW FaR,
Worth two daughters, Mrs. mentioned in a recent issue with the fa-I VWTCR3
; and work and Mrs. L M. Lair co- Some are miliar changeover.I THE FIRST TIME I

S Anna Clawson and Mrs. Evelyn chairman, were in charge. They of Readers' Digest which re- shudder to think of the

Smith both of Lake Worth. Other were ,assisted by Rev. and Mrs. T. ports a recent sampling of pricesin cations that would arise in this

survivors include 17 grandchildren, O. O'Steen. Mrs. R. F. Hurt presi- shops in Eastern cities.A country if the U. S. started out to I

33 great grandchildren and 5 great dent of the WSCS and R. B. Simon- few of the prices: tomato changeover to the metric system.

great grandchildren. son. juice, 85 cents a quart; apple sauce, Our Division of Weights and Measures GREET

. 60 cents a pint;,dry cereal, 95 centsa has its hands full now enforc 7jEM1'IffJ f

Mr. and ,Mrs. John A. Rogersand Robert Boe accompanied by his pound; rye bread, 55 cents a ing the laws in this field. But if it A
son. Alan and her parents, Mr. father Hugo Boe plans to leave pound; loaf;' frozen peas, 85 cents can be done in a country like India !

and Mrs. J. M. Chance, all of Miami Saturday for Gainesville where for eight ounces; ,eggs 90 cents a with 400 million people, it probably /

spent Sunday here with his Robert will enter the University of dozen; butter $1.50 a pound; froz- could be done here. It no doubt will .
c-c.e; JR's noA.A TC'iS1 : ::\
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rogers. Florida. en liver (said to come from liveS take time there-and here, too. [ sa cca uu& '



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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday August 31. 1962 1

.,. Lonna Lynn Elliott !

: Has Birthday Party j(

I News Of The Churches I 1
Mrs. B. Elliott, Jr. entertained 1 j
with a'party, last Friday after- \

._ noon, in honor of her little daughter j 1
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n a Lonna Lynn Elliott, who was

:First MethodistChurch The Church Of God Canal Point First a a \* celebrating her birthday.the third The anniversaryof party was j<

PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Baptist Church held at the home of Lonna's grand- j f

Point Road 'mother, Mrs. Lon Wilson on Second I
Elder R. E. Barfield
T. C. O'Steen Ave. ,
SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor SUNDAY: A "twist" contest was enjoyedby

9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School the children which was the ,
11:00 11:00 a .-Preaching Service 11:00 a m.-Morning Worship theme depicted on the birthdaycake. I
a. m.-Morning Worship
6:45 p. m.-MYF 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:00 p. .-B. T. C. Fancy"party hats were givento

7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. 8:00 p. .-Evening Worship I the little guests and refresh-
TUESDAY 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. WEDNESDAY: ments of icecream and'cake were
7:00. p. m. Vesper Choir prac- Everyone welcome. Special. music 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer JIMMY JACKSON i served to approximately 25 little
ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. Service friends of the honoree.
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: > .
: Jimmy Jackson Is i
7:30 .-Ladies Auxiliary (
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions St. Mary's Catholic p.Meeting. Airman' At Keesler Miss Sandri Lampi

8:30 p. nu tice Senior Choir prac- Church I Is A HurricanetteMiss

----:- Funeral ServicesFor
Father Francis Fennech Pastor man Basic Jimmy T. Jackson, son
Sandra Lampi, who is a
Mrs. Thomas'56 of Mr. and Mrs- Monk Jackson of
Church Of God lsss11:30
Sunday a. Hurricanette with the Miami Uni-
Confessions before Mass Canal Point, is being'reassigned to
Barfield versity Band of the Hour, will report -
HighwayPahokee -. Funeral services for Mrs. PearlS. the United States Air Force tech-

Thomas, 56, of Clewiston, who nical training course for radio and for practice on September 5,
Fla.J. Holy Nativity died Saturday at the Hendry-General radar maintenance specialists at in preparation for performing in

W. Hughes :Minister Episcopal ChurchPahokee Hospital, were held Tuesday Keesler AFB, Miss. Pittsburg, Pa., when the Miami

Phone 924-3736 morning at the First Methodist Airman Jackson, who has com- University football team plays

SUNDAY: Church in Clewiston, conducted by pleted his basic military traininghere there on September 15. This gameis

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar the pastor, Rev R. O. Knight. Bur- was selected for the advanced to be nationally televised.

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship SUNDAY: ial was at Ridgelawn Cemetery, course on the basis of his inter- ,
.7:30 p. m.-Evangelistic Ser- 10 a. m.-Sunday School "Clewiston. ',ests and aptitudes. The airman is -- -- -

viceTUESDAY 11:00 a. .-Worship Service Mrs. Thomas had been a residentof 'j a 1962 graduate of Pahokee High J.llUIIIUAIUIMII.J..IIMI.I.J..II..vIWI.J..I; ; ;

: M e. Clewiston for 34 years and wasa School.

7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service Christian Science native of Johnstown Pa. She wasa 25 Percent?

THURSDAY: member of the First Methodist Sept. 4 Date Set
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ Group Of Canal PointHow Church and the Order" the East- f
you put aside a amount
Service ern Star. For WMU MeetingThe
into savings regularly?
.. ,
the works of Christ Jesus She was the sister of Felix
proved his sonship with God and Slonaker and Mrs. Florence Keenof regular monthly meeting of Is your savings well invested?

Canal Point illustrated what God's power can Pahokee. Other survivors include the Woman's Missionary Union of Does it earn as much as 25%?

Baptist ChurchRev. do for men will be brought out at her husband Montague; two the Pahokee First Baptist Church 'If you would like to answer yes

Christian Science church services sons, Eric of Clewiston and Davidof will be held Tuesday, September to ALL THREE of the above ques-

Charles D. Stewart Pastor Sunday. Jacksonville; a step-son M. A. 4, starting at 9:30 a. m. Mrs. Hor- I tions, but truthfully cannot, it

SUNDAY: The Lesson-Sermon entitled Thomas of Miami; her stepmother, ace Unwin president, will preside I will pay you to call me as soon a;;
; and Mrs. D. B. Watkins will have
"Christ Jesus" will have as the Anomi
SlonakClewiston: an- possible.
: ;
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School ,.
Golden Text this from the i charge of the program. A full slate
11:00 a. .-:Morning. Worship verse other brother Paul of Jacksonville l JACK HUNT
Bible (I John 4): "We have seen of officers for 1962-63 will be elect-
6:30.p. m.-Training Union ; another sister, Mrs. Anne
Hunt Real EstatePhone
and do testify that the Father sent ed at this meeting.
of Clewiston and five
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship .
WEDNESDAY: the Son to be the Saviour of the grandchildren. I : I 9247933Pahokee
world.. Mr. and Mr' L. V. McClelland Fla.
7:30 p. m.Prayer Meeting
Selections from "Science and of Canal Point are vacationing this
-- Health with Key to the Scriptures"by First Season Meet J week in West Palm Beach. I 'If ITt:,f\t I, ,I\tritt: r \t'mf'rt' :

The.Pahokee ChurchOf Mary Baker Eddy will includep. By Woman's SocietyThe -.
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The Nazarene ( 333)): "Christ expresses God's

spiritual eternal nature. The first meeting of the seasonof

name is synonymous with Messiah the Woman's of Christ-
Rev. Max D.,Jones, Pastor Society YOUR NEWHOME DESERVES
433 Bacom''Point Rd. and alludes to the spirituality! ian, Service" the "Pahokee- ; Methodist ( ..
whIch is taught illustrated and Church will
be held
882 Tuesday,
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box
demonstrated in the life of which 4 8:00
SUNDAY SERVICES: September ; at p. m. in the
Christ Jesus was the embodiment. social hall. Mrs. R. F. Hurt
School president
9:45 :
a. m.-Sunday .
will preside and Mrs. J. V.
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship
Last Rites Held Thomas will have charge of the de-
6:30 p. m.-Juniors
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening For Mrs. Almore 44 votionals.The r' ..; .':':r')oQS
Evangelistic Service program will be a,report on
WEDNESDAY the Sixth National Assembly of
7:30 p. m.:Midweek Prayer Services for Mrs. Ruth Emogene I the Woman's Society of Christian

meeting Almore, 44, of 340 Pilgrim Road Service held in Atlantic City, N. J., i
West Palm Beach, who died at her last '
"\\'here you are a stranger but : .
once." home Saturrday morning were Mrs. Amanda Jernigan of Clew-

held Monday at MizellFavilleZern iston, president of the District

Funeral Chapel, conducted by WSCS, and :Mrs. Ernest Maxwell,
St P.eter's Lutheran Dr. Paul E. Arnold, pastor of the immediate past president of the

First United Lutheran Church. Pahokee who dele-
Church Belle Glade were
Burial was at Hillcrest
gates to the Assembly will speak
Park. and will illustrate their talks witha
August Koerber, Pastor Mrs. Almore was home service film.
601 W. Lake Rd.. Belle Glade director for the American Red
Members of the Canal ointWoman's
SUNDAY: Cross and was well known in the of Christian Ser-
Divine Services 11 A. M. Society
Glades as she had done case workin
vice will be invited
School 9:45 .A:. M. this area for number of years. -guests.
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She came to West Palm Beach Postmaster and ,Mrs. E. A.
Methodist from Apolio, Pa. in 1946. She wasa
The Church
; Jensen spent last weekend on the
member of the First United
East Coast at Singer Island.
Canal Point, Florida Lutheran Church and an honorary I

member of Xi.. Delta Examplar NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
I', .
-Robert A. Shelley, Pastor Chapter of Beta. Sigma .Phi Sorority REGISTER FICTITIOUS;. CONCRETE MASONRY

10:00 a. m.-Church School' She is;survived by her husband, Notice is hereby ,given that the

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Harold E. Almore; a daughter undersigned, under the provisionsof Because you'll want the best. the most beautiful .

6:30 p. .Youth Fellowship Miss Elaine Almore, both ot West Chapter 20.953, Laws of Florida the longest lasting construction materials in your new

7:30 p. .-Evening Worship Palm Beach; a sister Mrs. George Acts of 1941, v.ill register with the home you'll naturally chcoje concrete r.ia...onry con
MONDAY: Loutzenheiser of Pittsburgh, Pa., Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and struction. It provides a home that is fire-safe, economicalto

3:15: p. m. Youth Choir practice and an aunt Mrs. Verta Culp of for Palm Beach County, Florida, keep up, will out-last almost any other material-and

TUESDAY: Zelienople. Pa. upon receipt of proof of publicationof remain new-looking, too! Build your home today! For
8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st this notice, the fictitious name, quality block precision made on Stearns equipment

Tuesday2nd Don Colliers Home towit: see us today.
7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting From Carolina VisitMr. Canal Point BTa. CONCRETE BLOCK GIVES BUILDINGS A FUTURI
WEDNESDAY: -.--* in
Under which we are engaged

7:30 p.jn. Prayer Meeting and Mrs. Don Collier and business in. Canal' Point, Palm

# children, Donna Lee and John Beach County, Florida. That the

Fist, BaptistChurch Rory returned Saturday from a parties interested in said businessare

.: three-week vacation in North Car- : J. G. Weeks, Canal Point,
..PahokeeGuthrie olina. They visited her brotherinlaw Florida and James M. Weeks, Pa-

and sister }.[r. and Mrs. Mar- hokee Florida. That the firm

W. Colvard Minister vin Scoggin and family at Greens- name is:

Sunday School 9:45 a. m. boro, and Mrs Collier attended: a J. G.. Weeks and Son

Morning Worship-11:00 a. zn. class reunion at Union Mills, N. C. By J. G. Weeks.To .

Training Union-6:45 p. m. They were accompanied on their be published once a week for

Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. trip by her mother, Mrs. H. L. four successive weeks in 'a newspaper PAHOKEE, FLA. BELLE GLADE, FLA.
Service Huffman of Punta Gorda where of 'general circulation in .
Wednesday Prayer -
.,. PHONE 7185 PUONEWY 6- %D
*-' 7:30 p. m. they spent the last day of their Palm Beach County: .. '
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4 fIace Eight The Everglade News Canal roini. lonua Friday August 31, 1962 \

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CmEFLOOKS.PLEASED brasso orchids. Florida State University where he
I Edwina
i The mother of the groom wore a: HumphreyWeds is majoring in the field of educa- II

peau satin dress of emerald green, tion for exceptional l children.

designed with bell skirt. She used R. E. Sanders The couple will be at home at

.natching accessories and her cor- 167-9 Crenshaw, Tallahassee, after

sage was a green brasso orchid, September 1,
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The reception was field at the The marriage of Miss Edwina

home of the bride's parents, Mr. Louise Humphrey, daughter of Mr. Olaf Boe Presents i

and Mrs. Joel' Brown 2220 E. Main and Mrs. Jessie L. Humphrey, Sr.,

Street, immediately following the to Richard Eugene Sanders, son of Rotary Program \

ceremony. The living room was Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sanders of Mi- ,

I ., decorated with an arrangement ,of ami, was solemnized on Sunday, Rotary International was the

three shades of blue hybrid delphinium August 26, at 3:00 p. m. at the Pa- theme of the program presentedby

i p x and white Fugi mums ina hokee First Baptist Church. Rev. Olaf Boe at the luncheon, last I

z (/4 silver pedestal bowl. A low arrangement Colvard performed the double ring Thursday, of the Pahokee Rotary

L. of white delphinium and ceremony before an altar deco- Club. Mr. Boe showed a film of the

.:i's, shocking pink carnations was used rated with baskets of tall spikesof Rotary International convention \

on,the coffee table. white gladioli with orchid and held at Los Angeles, Califorrnia, in '
Y ,
,yy The bride's table, garlanded with White pom-pons, and cathedral June and gave a talk on the scenes

southern smilax was centered witha candelabra against a backgroundof shown.R .

silver candelabra epergne arrangement palms. Family pews were marked I D. (Bob) Apelgren, past pres-

of white agapanthus I with pom-pons and white satin ident presided over the business

and, sprays of phalaenopsis or- ribbon. : session.

chids. The four-tiered, pale green Nuptial music was furnished by I! Guests were Walter Hooker and

cake, and the antique punchbowl of Miss Alice Hurt, organist, who accompanied Jerry Currie of Belle Glade; Les

silver graced either end of the Miss Ruth Colvard so- I Hartwig of Union Springs, Ala.;
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table. Miss Wynette Sheffield, Miss loist. Miss Colvard sang "I Love Bruce Hoe Billy Willis and Larry
Pahokee Police Chief and Mrs. Leon Guthrie their vacation I
Annelle Nix and Mrs. F. H. Poteete You Truly," "The Sweetest Story Guerby.
this summer at Englewood Camp on the west coast of Florida. They dida I I .
presided at the punch bowl. Mrs. Ever Told" and "The Wedding
considerable amount of fishing and from the smile on the chief's face I
you can tell that the snook he's holding must have weighed between 14 Lee Wroten and Miss Shirley Ann Prayer." 'Pahokee I PTA'ers

and 15 pounds. The chief'recommends the spot as an ideal place for Kincaid served the cake. Miss Given in marriage by her father,I

rest and plenty of piscatorial recreation.isMsJeanBrown. Carole Ann Piel of Ocala had the bride wore a street length

III charge of the bride's book. 'gown of white embroidered silk or-I Hears Mrs. HartungMrs.

For traveling, the'bride wore a ganza, with a fitted jacket and

Weds Jacket-dress in shell pink and fu- full skirt. Her pillbox hat, designed -

chlsa with matching accessories.Her and made by her mother, was Margaret Hartung, of West
was the center or- Palm Beach was the speaker at
corsage fashioned of rosebuds of organzaand ,

Glenn Dale Perry Aug. 25 chids from her bouquet.The held the chapel length veil of I I the school of instruction for the

bride, a graduate of Pahokee French illusion. She carried a officers of the Parent-Teachers

High School, class of 1959 is a Bible topped with white carnationsand Association of western Palm Beach

senior at the University of Florida, centered with a 'white orchid. County, held in the "Ag" Buildingat
Miss Jean Brown, daughter of pearls and crystals. She carried a I
majoring in Elementary Educa- Her the Pahokee schools on Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Joel W. Brown, be- cascade bouquet of white phalaen-. I only jewelry was a gold
tion. She is a majorette with theUniversity's set with diamonds gift from the morning. Mrs. Hartung, president
came the bride of Glen Dale Perry opsis orchids, velvet leaves and I
Marching Gator Band. of the County Council of PTA out
son of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin L. Perryof pearl teardrops centered with bridegroom.Miss
Her sorority is Zeta Tau Alpha. lined the various duties of the officers -
Ocala, in a candlelight ceremony three cymbidium orchids. I : Shirley Culberson, maid of
The croom, a graduate of Ocala I and stressed the importanceof
.at the Pahokee First Baptist Mrs. Carole Jene McAteer of I honor, wore a sheath of silk organ-
High School, attended the Uni- each.
Church, Saturday, August 25, at Ocala, was matron of honor and s I za in orchid. Her circular veil was
of Florida where he is af-:
7:00 p. m. Rev. Guthrie Colvard,I!Miss Joyce Brown, sister of the I II versity, I I atteached to a matching headpiece, Those attending from Canal
filiated with fratern-
pastor, repeated the nuptial vows: bride, was maid of honor.: Brides Ii Kappa Alpha and she carried an old fashioned I Point were Mrs.V.. E. McCall,
ity. He is presently associated with i
before an altar decorated with i i maids were Miss' Susan Starling of bouquet of yellow porn-pons. president; Mrs. Roberto Arrieta

baskets of white gladioli and green I I Ocala, "little sister" of the bride in the advertising department of The bridesmaids Miss Katherine Mrs. Tom Braddock, Mrs. Earl

spider chrysanthemums, against a' her sorority at the University of Tommy Bartlett, Inc.' at Silver I Stringer of Miami cousin of the Wilson, Mrs. Jack Strayer and

background of palms, and lightedby Florida; Miss Cyndy Friend and Springs. I groom and Miss Norma Jean I Bruce Bitting.
After 1
September following
tapers in branched candelabra.The Miss Jo Ellen Brown, sister of the II Brunsell of St. Petersburg, room-! Attending from the Pahokee
wedding trip to the Bahamas the
family pews were marked with: bride. They wore identical street mate of the bride at Florida State I PTA were James H. Wilkinson, Jr.,
couple will reside in their newly
nosegays of green spider mums andwhite length sheaths of emerald green University, ,wore dresses identical I president; Mrs. F. S. Parrish, Mrs.
completed home in "The High
satin ribbon. organza with bodices featuringsoft I lands" at Ocala.Under I I to that of the maid of honor.L. Ray Hatton, Mrs. Lloyd Hundley

Mrs. Guthrie Colvard organist, shirring that draped over the W. Sanders was best man for and Mrs. J. T. Boynton.

played the traditional wedding shoulder to form cap sleeves. They I his son. Ushers were William .

:marches. Miss Ruth-Colvard- : was wore matching shoes and small 16 Years May Weathers, brother-in-law of. the I. Miss America, Gals
soloist. pillboxes with brief circular veils. bride; Dalton Howard, Wayne.
E. L. Perry, Jr.-served as best They carried crescent bouquets of I Not Work During McCarthy and Fred Diulus. In Jacksonville Meet

man for his brother. Ushers were green cypripedium orchids, emer- Mrs. Humphrey chose for her
School Hours Law
Edward Ashlen of New Orleans.. ald green sequins and velvet leaves. daughter's wedding, a sheath of JACKSONVILLE Seven 1962

Jimmy Miller Pat_ Beshere, Art Little Miss Leigh Ann Shirleywas embroidered beige batiste with a Miss America contestants participated

Lowe and Robert. McAteer, all of flower girl. Her dress of silk BIRMINGHAM, Ala.Approachof I rose hat, and matching accessories. in a pre-pajeant Florida touras
the fall school term
Ocala. organza over taffeta was mint brought a I The groom's mother-wore a sheathof guests of two Jacksonville
tucked bodice and short I reminder to employers today that seakist silk with beige and the Sarasota
Given in marriage by her father, green with green newspapers
I the Fair Labor Standards Act setsa
full skirt. She carried phalaenopsis accessories. Their corsages were of Chamber of Commerce.
the bride of silk
gown peau minimum of 16 for
orchids and white rose petals in I age years any pink sweetheart roses. Gloria Brody of Jacksonville,
de soie with fitted bodice and
school hours.
a sterling silver filigreed basket.I I employment during A reception was held in the so- Miss Florida of 1962, served as
Alencon lace featuring a sculptured -
Under certain conditions this Law
embroidered David Peiney of Jacksonville, !I cial hall ,of the church immedi- hostess to the group. Visiting the
neckline, delicately 14 to
and 15-year-olds
with crystals and pearls, and nephew of the groom, was ring I iately following the ceremony. The state were Miss New Jersey, Miss
work in kinds of when
short sleeves. The same lace pat- bearer.,He carried the ,bands ,on a I II many jobs bride's table was centered with an New York State Miss Maryland,
school is not in session I I
tern circled the waistline and heart shaped pillow of white satin.j minimum, even is arrangement of lillies of the val- Miss District of Columbia, Miss

.. formed a three dimensional design For her daughter's wedding. though a higher age ley, white and orchid mums, and South Carolina and Miss Georgia.
time for
in back. The belled skirt over- Mrs. Brown chose a sheath of silk, required at. any some oc white tapers in silver holders, en- Upon arrival in Jacksonville by

laid with scalloped panels of lace, linen in rose beige, accented with : cupations.In twined with sprays of ivy. The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, the
the reminder
draped to a chapel length train. a large bow forming a side drape. Director issuing B. Williams, Regional of- punch bowl 'was of crystal with a girls were greeted by Mayor Hay-

Her fingertip veil of silk illusion She wore a single strand of pearls the U. S. Sterling of Labor'sWageand.Hcur silver ladle. Those serving were don Burns and officials of the

was attached to a jeweled tiara of I and her corsage was of purpleH" Department and Public Con- Mrs. Lee Wroten, Mrs. .Lester newspapers. Also present were
Hand, Miss Myra Jones, Miss seven jet pilots from the Jackson-
-- tracts Divisions pointed out that Kathleen Spencer and Miss Patsy ville Naval Air Station who escorted -

,7rtiystr/srtvi ''n the Act applies to employment in Keene. Mrs. Eleanor Weathej the girls to festivities throughout -

interstate commerce or the production sister of the bride, had charge::: the day and evening.

i of goods for interstate' tha: gucct 'wok.For.travcibg. Following a whirlwind tour of the

::1 I commerce and in certain large en- the bride wore silk area, including a coffee, luncheonand

WANTED t I shantung in lavender print and her dinner dance, the girls visited

corn-I corsage was a white orchid. the city of Sarasota where they

". The bride, a graduate of Paho- participated in another round of

\ working this summer and who plan]I.kee. High: School, is a sophomore at festivities.The .
continue in their jobs must
Florida State University, Where Miss America Pageant con-
work out an arrangementvith she is a major in business admin: testants entrained for home from
FOREMAN FOR their employer so that the hours I i I
istration. Sarasota to prepare for the big test
of do not interfere
employment The groom, a graduate of Miami coming to Atlantic City early next
with their .
spooling.Williams Edison High School, Is a junior at month.
Sugar Cane Harvest aa'Ied: .tha 'children 14

and 15 years of age are limited to

.. three hours of employment on a I H-++4-+4''.-H J I I r I I m i 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 i i S I I m 1 1 i in I 1 1 1 1 11 .

school day.

See Luis De Armas or c- THEATREPRINCE

f Bob Beardsley :.
: Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas have
returned from visiting her broth- LAKE DRIVE-IN:

er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Glade Road
Pahokee tahokee-Belle
GLADES COUNTY SUGAR E. G. Kllpatrick at Lakeland; her
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: brother-in-law aad sister, Mr. and
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I and her father, H. A. Lee at Mari-
ASSOCIATION:,. INC. I anna. Mrs. Kilpatrick accompaniedMr.

and Mrs. Thomas from Lake- EP'1mmERS4 "TWIST AROUND

317 West Sugarland Highway land to north Florida.. "LOVER THE 'CLOCK"

P. 0. Box 1148 Clewiston, Fla. Master Nat Nason of,West Palm COME BACK" CHUBBY AND VICKI CHECKER SPENCER DION

Beach is visiting his grandparents, ROCK HUDSON, DORIS DAY -.AJJJO-. !
Phone YU3-2381 Or YU3-2481 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson, of Canal TONY
Point while his parents are
,vacationing on the west coast of

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