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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
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System ID: UF00079910:00142
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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S.eptember14,1962 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTYCoaching


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High School coaching were'staff guest of speakersat Pahokee PTA In Canal Point

the luncheon meeting of the Pa-

hokee Lions Club, Tuesday. Pre- To Price Air Cond.The
sented by George Rashley, the .

Blue Devil coaches Web Pell, head i 4'a

coach; Bob Maxson, backfield Canal Point ParentTeachers -

coach, and :Martin Ralph, line Association met at the school

coach, discussed the possibilitiesof cafeteria, Tuesday evening, with '

our team for the coming foot- I the president, Mrs. \V. E. McCall, .,
ball season. Coach Maxson stated : presiding.The "' "'- '. d_. 1 V') ;

that he has in the backfield, only flag salute was led by Dickie ,. : : .' t .e';
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the backfield by graduation. Coach Lotis Gray. Okeechobee, Canal Point, Pahokee, Belle Glade, South Bay and Clewiston Lions clubs met in a district
Ralph stated that although his r The members voted to purchasea meeting at the Community Building at Canal Point to celebrate Ladies Night and hear Third Vice

line is relatively light, they are experienced water cooler for the upstairs President Dr. Walter H. Campbell of Lions International as the featured speaker. Among the digni-
and fast. Coach Pell classrooms.It taries present were: (Seated left to right) Marlin Brubaker, District Governor Cocoa Beach; Dr.

,stated that all things considered, was announced that a com- Walter H. Campbell 3rd vice president, Lions International, Miami Beach; H. B. McCall, Deputy

we should have a better. than aver- mittee would be appointed to price District Governor, Belle Glade. (Standing, left to right) : Hector Oulette, Zone Chairman, South Bay;

age team this year. air-conditioners for the class- William Gallick President, Canal Point; Kyle Scott. President, Pahokee; Lawrence Terry, President
W. D. Howard, now principal of rooms. Okeechobee; George King, South Bay President; Carl Crawford, President. Belle Glade; B. R. Mosley.
I Zone Chairman, Pahokee.
o the Pahokee Elementary" School, The president announced the following -
but formerly a coach with the committee chairman: Mrs.

Blue Devils, also spoke on foot- I I Jack Strayer, lunchroom and wel- I Missile Man Will I II I I Brevard's SheriffIn Pahokee PTA Has

: fare Mrs./ Tom Braddock
ball.Kyle ; budget Rua-Of Sept. 25
... P. Scott' president pre- and finance; Mrs. Eustis Black- !
sided over the business session. ')well health and mental health; I Speak FFVA Group First Year Meeting
Sheriff Ralph E. Clark of .Bre-
The contribution
authorized
membership a Floyd Erickson, safety; Bruce I j ti-
vard County, former Canal Point
of $15.00 to the National
Bitting, program and Founder'sDay I -
Guard Homecoming CelebrationFund A man vitally concerned with I II resident ,and former law enforcement The first meeting of the seasonof
; Mrs. Joe Carr, publications;
and a $20.00 advertisement Mrs. Floyd Erickson membership; I the nation's forthcoming missions officer in Palm Beach Coun- the Pahokee Parent-Teachers
into outer will ,address the ty, finished second in the Demo-, Association held
in the football program of the local -I Mrs. Roberto Arrieta, hospitality; I space was Monday
high school. The club also Mrs. Coleman Conley, publicity; annual convention of the Florida cratic sheriff primary 'Tuesdaybut night in the school auditoriumwith
Fruit & Vegetable Association at will be in a runoff election president, James H. Wilk-
authorized the expenditure of not Mrs. Dick Miller, room represent- .
the Americana Hotel in Bal Har there Sept. 25. inson, Jr., presiding.Girl .
to exceed $50.00 for handbills to I I ative; Mrrs. James Gifford, devo-
be used in the Oral Vaccine Polio tional; G. L. Lanham, civil defense. bour, Miami Beach next week. Clark gathered 3,816 votes to Scouts of Troop 38 led the
Drive. He is Dr. C. W. Bemiss, Man- I former Sheriff Ed Dempsey's flag ceremony and sang one verse
study group visual aid and library..
of Advance Planning, Guided 470. Other Democratic contenders of America.
ager
Guests were Oliver M. Guy, Mil- Mrs. Fred Kinsaul; Junior Red
ton McKay and L. M. Rozier. (Continued on page 8) Missiles Range Division, Pan were former Deputy H. R. The president extended a welcome -

Next week, Dr. Richard C. Lane 'American World Airways. Dr. Be- Rodenbaugh, 1,133 votes, and John. I to all new members. He an-

will present John H. Howell, the miss, whose group is primarily Gordon, 437 votes.. nounced the flowers in the audi-
new Diversified Cooperative Junior CattlemenTo concerned with planning for Space torium were donated by Mrs.

Training Coordinator at Pahokee Age missions during the, next 15 Child Labor Must 'Annie Merle Carter*

High School, who will speak on Tues.The years, will speak on "Your Chal- Rev. Max Jones of the Nazarene
the D.C.T. program. Organize lenge in the Space Age" to the Church gave the devotionals from

The Blue Devils meet the Naples I more than 1,500 persons expected I Come Under LawsMIAMI Proverbs 22:28. In connectionwith

Eagles in the season's opener Fri- organizational meeting of to attend the 19th Annaul FFVA this scripture, he brought outa

day night in Pahokee. the Glades Junior Cattleman Club Convention. meaning of PTA as principal,
.. "Agriculture in the Space Age"is "Farmers who hire teacher and authority.
will be held Tuesday night. Sep-
the theme of the convention extra hands to harvest their fall Ik-Tvas announced that the sliPsof
I II tember 18, at the Canal Point
t He Wins A Calf And I which begins September 17. Dr. crops should be aware of the Child-j jI papec, given members at the
Community Center at 7:30 p. m.1
; Gives It To School 1 1.J 1t I I This club is an organization of :I Bemiss will address the Second Labor provisions of the Fair Labor.I door were for writing any comments -
Business Session at ,10:00: A M., I Standards Act. It establishes a j or suggestions regarding
Future Farmers, 4-H Club boys
t.' -. Gaulden Harrington has just and girls and any other youth Under I Wednesday_-September 19.' 16 year minimum for employment past or future programs and wgijp
A native of Mason City, Iowa of boys ,and girls in agriculture to be 'turnd"in"to'Mrs.F. S.-Pan
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a gratitude ro u 10 years of, age: '
'i -the principal of West Henderson livestock production,' showing and I Dr. Bemiss earned his B. S. degree?;[I; during;school hours. ." rish, j>rogTjsm chairman. ''l-

\. High School in North Carolina I in Chemical Engineering at Iowa That statement was made heVe,: :Treasurer, Marvin Crady; ..Imported

"" thanking him for the generous financial State and spent two years with! today by Rufus L. Stokes; supervisor II a balance'! $.g $.09 on
etc.Dr. Eastman Kodak as a Quality Con- of the North Miami Wage- hand. And Mrs.:Ray Hatton, membership -
aid given their school toward -
(I the purchase of football Laurie Ray trol Engineer prior to entering Hour office at Room 219, Carlainc chairman, reported that

equipment. To Speak In Pahokee Ohio State University in 1946. In' Building; 12490 N. E. 7th Avenue,I 182 had joined to date. -J.

December, 1947 he was awardedthe North Miami. Members of his field I Mrs. R. BL. Simonson, library
While! Mr. Harrington was in
Master of Science degree in staff are charged with administ-: chairman announced that PTA
North Carolina on vacation during Laurie district -
Dr. Ray superintendent
school Chemical Engineering and in September eying provisions of the Federal books for checkout would be in the
friends "of the had
August, of West Palm Beach
1949, his Ph.D. law in 10 Florida counties. cafeteria following the meeting.
donated a calf as a fund raising will deliver the sermon at the .
'Boys'and girls of any age may The
membership again adoptedthe
project and were accepting dona- the Pahokee
at
service
evening work on farms before school, after Halloween Carnival as the
tions. Each donor then received a First Methodist Church, Sunday.He TO CENTRE COLLEGE '
school, '''on weekends and on school principle fund raising project "of
number, and the drawing was held first
the
will also preside over Roger Hatton will leave today
but for
holidays employment the year. The Carnival will be held
last Friday night at the first football quarterly conference of the new for Danville,
(Friday) Kentucky
those under 16 is prohibited when October 31, on.the practice field.
, I game in the new stadium. church year which will follow the to attend Centre College where his classes are in session in the child'shome .
When Mr. Harrington who held W. D. Howard'uked for a mother -
church service. enrolled as a freshman. Rogeris Stokes out.
district. pointed
.i three tickets, was notified by long "snack social" sponsor for the Junior Red
There will be a the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert -
distance Friday night that he hall to I Cross whose duties would be prp
at 6:30 p. m. in the social C. Hatton and a graduate of Darl- JOINS THE NAVY
was the winner, he gave the calf give all members of the church and ington School at Rome Ga. i viding transportation: to five meetr
1i. back to the West Henderson the MYF group and opportunity to I Ronald Crosby a recent graduate Jugs in the district.

. School for re-sale. meet Dr. and Mrs. Ray. Dr. Ray I of Florida College of Medical; ':The president gave recognitiontp

r i .. will speake briefly and informally I YOUNG ROZELLE VISITS Technology in Miami, joined the ih?!Pahokee Garden Club whose

: Last weekend Mr. and Mrs to all present. Frank L. Rozelle Jr. of Atlanta u. S. Navy and left Tuesday to* president,. Mrs.. Jess Elliott, made

Wiley Thus visited her brother. All are cordially invited to at-J Ga. who is visiting relatives in take his boot training at the gloriosa corsages for the new f emine.members -

Lawrence Jaudon formerly of Pa- tend and everyone participating: Pahokee was the guest of Dr. H. Great Lakes Naval Station. "Ron, of the teaching

t: hokee who is ill in a Lakeland should bring sandwiches. Drinks Sasser Watson in Delray Beach nie" is the son of Mr. and Mrs RV: :

hospital. will be furnished by the church. for several days,,this week ; O. Crosby. .' (continued on page 8) ,




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bids received earlier: awarding al f Sorority Holds. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Fowler left
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five year insurance contact to be Monday for Nashville, Tenn.,
<';" split between four agencies and First Season Meet where she will enroll as a studentin :

called for bids for $5 million insur- Peabody College and he will at-

T ance on county airports.The The first meeting of the new tend a vocational school specializing -

split bid of $99,103 resultedin year of Xi Alpha Mu, Exemplar in auto mechanics. 1

one parent company submitting Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, was .
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the price with four company held at the home of Mrs. Kathryn Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Williamson ?a :

tiThe agencies making identical presentations Cunningham, president 1947 Ba- and infant son Kenneth E. ,

to the commission.The corn Point Road, on Thursday, Roy of Blue Island HI. are visit- ,i
extension of a garbage collection Sept. 6. Mrs. Cornelia Chase pro- his parents Mr. and Mrs. PhIlo B. '

franchise from Roy Ford gram chairman presented the pro- Williamson in Canal Point. 111J

I Inc., which serves a section in the gram entitled "Life," and read"Renascence" t.
north end of the county was approved by Edna St. Vincent I 'i II I

this week by the county Milay.M E'MA.l..I.W' ; : 9.\.l.I1l.M.i I.u.I (j"\l..IIW1Y; ; : J'
Rardin Building In Canal Point Florida .
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THE.LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OFTHE the same time, the board delayed chairman: announced that the first 25 Percent? .,
taking,any action on a fran-I social meeting of the season will 5

chise request from' W. L. be held at the home of Mrs. Cath-
EVERGLADES NEWSServing Do aside a small amount
erty; 'a firm working in Daugh.I'I erine Kennedy Thursday night you put
into regularly? t
north September 20. It will feature savings .
county area. a
the Lake,Okeechobee Farming Region Without_ Is savings well invested? .
I'; your
Chairman Lake asked thata covered dish and the
Lytal supper names '
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years I DOGS it earn as much as 25% ?
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conference be called to discuss of "secret sisters" will be reveal-
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday If you would like to answer yes
the Daugherty franchise before
Subscription,Price :$2.00 Year In AdvanceThe any action was taken. ed.The hostess served refreshment to ALL THREE of the above
tions but truthfully ques,1,1
to 20 members during the social
Everglades News.Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn I will pay you to call me as
Mrs. Clyde Harvey and Mrs. hour.
. Canal Point.Florida.as Second Class Matter .possible.
Peggy Rowgan, both of Lakeland. JACK HUNT. t

;. Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher. who were the guests of Mrs. Har- Mrs. R. W. Pride Sr. of Georg-
Hunt Real Estate
iana, Ala., will arrive next Tues-
M ... vey's brother-in-law and sister,
L Phone 924-7933
J Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Elliott for day to visit her cousin Mrs. Ade- i
Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting Pahokee, Fla.
line Wroten on North Barfield
several days last week returned .
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set an October 1 deadlineto vice. \
quit supplying.water.and sew- Commission Chairman Lake \

age service to a number of proper Lytal said it was the responsibility i

ty owners near the airport north of the school board to get its pipe-
Zr of Belvedere Road. line on its own lands and that Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

The property involved is a number present utility easements were not I .
of parcels which individuals the: responsibility of the county SALES and SERVICE

; purchased. from the governmentwhen group. i

; the land which had been partof ; Meantime, Burdick school board I Heating Conditioning Appliances
International Airport was offered authorities and airport officials Ii

for sale. have scheduled a conference to .
ra&vR' W xwa\J.IiJ.VJlW'l..ljl"V.J i.\.Wi IJ.u.J.Y..4IJ.M. W'!J ,.}l.Il..AjY; (jY-'I W'Wl.M.CI! ; 'aJ.A.V VAVAVAlVJSt..v..v 6.
Since that time the land owners determine what can be worked out

have had of the util in an effort to maintain service. .
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J .' : charge. The commission finally de- I week gave the green light for startof
, cided to end the service to all owners a street improvement project

I f.-- except the Palm Beach County delayed from its last meeting .
r' y School Board which has holdings in because of property owner opposi-

, I." the area. tion to price !of the program.The SEE better, HEAR better with a

\ Among the land purchasers. wash board approved. assessment
;." West Palm Beach, Commissioner resolution for rebuilding five
\ Sylvan Burdick who has ,been at I streets in a sub division near Lake BRAND-NEW TV

If 1,. odds; with the county board overpayment J I Worth when it learned that opposi- !
. of water and sewage tion had been withdrawn.Two .
charges. weeks ago a delegation of //fs wonderful

It This week Burdick appeared- property owners questioned the

fore the.commission..to advise them price of the work which topped ....................
that pipes which' served,the school original estimates set for the job. :: t i I
In a letter this week, the propertyowners and now
board were. located on his prop;
f f erty. asked the board to approvethe five it up with '
street assessment and to awarda '0s
::1: Burdick said in effect to the vivid, brilliant
' contract for the work.In ,
commission that when the water = .-.--
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a similar program the board
off first of
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Monday received bids for three ..................
the month he was going ,to take
other sub division streets and call-
, his pipe and go home-whiCh would
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ject for Sept. 24. :
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The commission noted that the .
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RENT IN CANAL POINT I
z four' bids received which ranged .
in the $25,000 bracket were in ex-
On the corner next door to ) Fti
cess of estimates originally posted '
l.' Poet Office- where Grace's' for the work.

t Beauty Parlor.moved.putvYe3-' ; The board also received bids this

terday. Ideal for beauty'.shop week for a new four-door passenger '
road oil and truck ser- ,
car;
a. or other business. Call Paul !j LL'L:
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, J Lots of good television programs-coming, And aU-tamiIyfun., a second set will
Are regularly held":at 1; the Glades Livestock Market, up. Spectaculars and extravaganzas. Good' please everyone.Youngsters can then.watch
looking good listening for everyone Time their favorite/TV shows...whle you enjoy
i.: which is owned and-operated more than 120 '
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"\ to change to a brand-new set! You'll'tee yours:;bickering.r.:.nobody'let down....
", Florida Cattlemen. and hear the difference.. and everybody's happy.
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f: ....You'll enjoy the exceUeat service you receive here The new TV models are so improved you'll A RADIO in every room adds to the enjoy

F.- : at this Market.We make an effort'at all times to givean So hardly sharp believe!The world your eyes of entertainment and ears.So comes clear! ment...keeps you in tune with music and
fun
and what's going on.A STEREO HI-FI
an outstanding,' service- to: buyer .and seller. Give usa alive right in your home. Remote.tuning brings new listening th ...muaio so.real
controls turn sets on and off change,
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doesn't sound recorded.
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niiiutimnn your easy chair. Fine-furniture consoles. WiththeMagic3..Radio.Stereo
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: Slim and trim portables. Glorious fidelity TV.?there's never a dull moment. Just a ,
SALES'Ev.ERY'MONnAY -in black-and-white and brilliant vivid few .
worth
; AT 1 p. m.f" pennies of electricity brings you
COLOR TV that's a new delight in sound all this stimulating entertainment-for the .
and sight. whole family. ?


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II I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES ]h 1 r5t Mrs.Is Taylor. Ralph Ralph Crews Circle Crews was HeadMrs. elected- \1 1 I



Jess M. Elliott attended a plan- : Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kahn will circle chairman of the Faye Taylor

ning meeting of the Fresh Fruit accompany thier daughter, Mar- Circle of the Pahokee Baptist

and gie, to Athens, Ga., today, where WMU at the meeting held Tues-
Vegetable Association in Orlando
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she will enter the University of day night at the home of Mrs. Ray
this week. Enroute home he Hawk, Jr. Other officers elected
Georgia as a freshman.
went by Lakeland and was accompanied Pvt. Bobby J. Scroggin who has I were Mrs. Gene Gore, vicechairman -
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here by Mrs. Emma just finished basic training at ,, :Ti ; Mrs. Kyle Hatfield, secre-
.. :Wheeler. Camp LeJeune, N. C. arrived Tues-! :>O<:!" :WiT .. tary and publicity; Mrs. Edwin
:Mrs. Robert Meyer of Miami returned day and is spending his 20-day; ,-: : \ Todd, mission study; Mrs. Annette -

home Wednesday after leave with his parents, Mr. and McCurdy, program chairman;
spending several days here Wither Mrs. Earl Scroggin. I Mrs. Milton Douglas, community

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. 1 missions; Mrs. Charles Angel,

Thomas, Sr. I l l' stewardship; Mrs. Lois White,
Rename Mrs. McCall .i prayer chairman and. youth repre-

Circle PresidentMrs. sentative; Mrs. J. D. Douglas,

Ot children's home; Mrs. Virginia

.. Bush, love fund, and Mrs. '
Classified AdsFOR Ray
J. L. McCall was re-elected ... }+ -
Hawk, Jr., sunshine.A .
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chairman of the lone Patterson'Circle \ t'
I II !11 8t r v program on "Communism"was
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ALE of the Canal Point Baptist < ,
: New and used WfllyaJeeps. presented by Mrs. Edwin
Church at the meeting held M' n-i|
Walter Ashley's Garagein I Todd, and Mrs. Ray Hawk, Jr.,
Belle Glade, Phone 3058., day afternoon at,the church. Other. J circle chairman, presided over the
Oct. 17.64-ch.I officers elected for the 1902-63, business session.
year were Mrs. M. C. Carter, pro-'
I Mrs. Hawk and Mrs.
GOTTA A ROOM for rent? A gram chairman: Mrs. M. F. George, Virginia
Bush, co-hostess, served refreshments -
small ad in this column will get .secretary and treasurer; l.lrs.V..
the job done. It only costs a dollar.i S. Evans, prayer chairman; Mrs.C. I to 13 members and one
visitor, Mrs. Glenn Blocker.
Call 924-2661. B. Jones, mission study chairman -
The circle will meet in October
I' ; Mrs. W. S. Cross, community
FOR SALE: Limited amount of mission chairman; Mrs. F. H. ( with Mrs. Gene.Gore..

of disease free seed cane'']F O'Connell, Children's Home chair- Y : -

.No., CP5028 and CL41223. Also man; Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux, publications Mrs. Gamble Named
customer seed treatment for Rat- | r ijk AS I
; Mrs. M. C. Carter, publicity -
toon Stunting disease. Robert J. and Mrs. Paul Rardin, social Jernigan Circle HeadMrs.

Simonson, Phone 924-7256, Paho- chairman.The .
kee, Fla. tf-A17-ch combined I E. B. Gamble was elected
meeting :was a
I I 1 chairman of the Grace Jernigan
WE HAVE HEARD of folks who Week'of Prayer and regular meet '
have rooms for rent and rooming ing. Mrs. J. L. McCall, circle chairman I Circle of the Baptist WMU at the

houses for rent. A small ad right presented the program, "By meeting held Tuesday evening at
the home of Mrs. R. R. Henderson
here might turn the trick. Why not Their Fruit. Those assisting her
Mrs. Paul Rardin, Mrs. J. D. with Mrs. H. C. Graham presiding.
try it? It 'is a small cost-$1.00 a were MR. AND MRS. RICHARD EUGENE SANDERS ,
week. Latham, Mrs. C. R. Jones, Mrs. J. I Other officers elected for the 1962-

I H. Bordeaux, Mrs. W. A. Baker The marriage of Miss Edwina Louise Humphrey, daughter of Mr. i 63 year were Mrs. Wiley Tillis, co-

WANTED TO RENT: Good Past- and Mrs. Dewey Hughes.The and Mrs. Jessie L. Humphrey, Sr., to Richard Eugene Sanders, son of I I chairman; Mrs. Frank Thompson,

ure for 50 to 100 Head Cattle Week of Prayer for state Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sanders of Miami, ,was solemnized on Sunday, secretary; Mm. J. L. Humphrey,
August 26, at 3:00 m. at the Pahokee First Baptist Church. Rev. I" Sr.,
John McClinton 120 S. E. 5th Court missions was also observed at the p. program chairman; Mrs. Mary
Fla. Colvard performed the double ring ceremony. Hammond, mission study Mrs. R.
Pompano, Phone WH church on Tuesday and Wednes I ;
20092.Itp I R. Henderson, children's home;
day. The community mission pro-
Miss Hatton Married To Marcus I Mrs. Mildred Schoeppel, sunshine;
SALE: ject for this month is assisting the Dorothy
FOR, Cold drink box with Mrs. H .C., Graham, social and
school children.
money, changer. Good as new. needy Mrs. M. F. read- Lewis Buckner On September 7th Mrs. W. M. DuBose, stewardship.The .
George a
See ,it, at, Cleve's Service Station gave
-- meeting next month will be
ing, "Adoration and Praise" to
and Variety Store in Pahokee. Cost Miss Dorothy Theresa Hatton, Ray Hatton and Mrs. John C. Hat- held at the new home of Mrs.
close the
$335, take it for $150. S14ch I meeting.Refreshments daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JosephL. ton. Mary Hammond.
were.served dur-
COIN' FISHIN? Stop by Cleve's ing the social hour. Hatton, Sr., became the bride i Following!! the reception? ,. the Refreshments were served by
Service and of Marcus Lewis Buckner, son of young,couple left for a honeymoonon the hostess to 12 members during
Station Variety
Mrs. John Chandler, also of Paho- the'Florida east coast. j the social hour.
Store for your bait. We have large I II I
In HonorOf
Party kee, in the chapel of the First I I
shiners, Missouri minnows, local
Methodist Church on September 7
Polk VisitorsThe
minnows and worms. Cleve's Ser- J at 4 p. m. .1 I J J : J J J : J : J J J J : : : J J : J J : J % J 1 J J J J J J J J J : : : I : : : : : : ..
vice Station ,and Variety Store in f
home of Mrs. Charlotte Rev Thomas C. O'Steen, pastor -
Pahokee. S14-ch 3.
Walston on East Main Street was performed the double-ring

WANTED: :Man or Woman to service -: the scene of a coke party last Saturday ceremony before an altar decorated DoYouWantANEW i

and collect from cigarettte, I from 10 to 11:30 a. m., honoring with palms and baskets of

ice, and other coin operated dispensers -I Mrs. Clyde Harvey and Mrs. pink gladioli and white pompons.

in ,this area, this is a very I I Peggy Rowgan, both of Lakeland.Mrs. Traditional wedding selectionswere f..

good position that can be worked Evelyn Lair'.was cohostess.A played by Miss Myra Jones,

full or part time. Person we select color motiff of pink and white pianist.The HOME ? :

must have good serviceable car was used in decorating. The refreshment bride, given in marriage by :1

and 10 or more spare hours a week table was laid with .a her father, wore a streetlengthgown
and $500.000 to $2500.00 cash cap- white cloth, and centered with an of white silk peau de soie

itol. Write giving name address arrangement of pink hibiscus with scoop neckline and elbow- HAVE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT NOW! ,
and phone no. and all details 'toP given by Mrs. Frank Friend. length sleeves, accented with Alen-.

O. Box 1161, Hot Springs, Ark- The party was attended by, approximately con lace and seed pearls. Her veil If you've located the home you want and you
ansas. 35 guests. of illusion was attached to a tiaraof have your down payment, you're ready to see

seed pearls and she carried a us about a low cost home loan. *j -

,, _. .bouquet of tea roses sprinkled -
-- ---- -- -- -- --' -- -c. -" pink This is the place to come, because we
1 : t t : : : :+H--*: : I t i: t t : : : : : 1.- : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 1 % :+: with white pompons. specialize in loans to buy homes. We know

Miss Gayle Johnson, maid of just what to do to see that your loan is quickly

i honor! wore a royal v blue ,satin I processedTattrf'hQW'to. arrange easiest: terms: '
M Trailer Park dress Iw&h'matching rieadple&is l and & _._ '
Restricted jA.V -.. no- .1".
1::: brief&fdnlan ireil" fehe, babied a 4E .- ; .; --tI' ': :

,txit, of a lPo WlQAAan redtea .7 l' iY, BvJLdts: t
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:: < : loi lyftjrr Seasonal( ], roses. -' '. J
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5. shd JSOfcS + i. r *fL' 4r 4- "\''Donald 2&.ctagnino; brother-in- : -- ,.--'Irit&. :r bin gl i t length {'tfine-you 1

J law" of*the 'bride*,Vas -best"'man.Ushers'"were 4 too can have yourHown'paymentTTere'a Bow 'I J I

On4aue 4410n'Lai Okeechobeet' John C Hatton, and -open a savings account here right away. i

William R. Hatton brothers of the Save as much as you can regularly. '

t'tJ' 17 Miles North of, Canal Point bride.A We also add a big dividend to your account rI

reception was held at the regularly so your savings will grow even .
I s. home of the bride's parents immediately ,!, t
.:Beautiful Shade., Pure Water.v Boat Space., I faster. Accounts may be opened by mail. ,
I following the ceremony.
Rest'Rooms. Laundry Service Available. Those assisting were Mrs. R. Lester t
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: RESTAURANT AIR CONDITIONED. SERVING BREAK- Jr., Mrs. William R. Hatton, Mrs. .

I: (FAST-AND DINNER LUNCH. SHORT ORDERS. I ". WE. PAY 4%% ON SAVINGS!_ J'

t i[r STEAKS THE WAY YOU LIKE THEM. Funeral Director Is .. f 3

New: B. G. CouncilmanLeBron J ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND E :
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i pupplli's i LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION .
: ATFISH & HUSH Williams won the North 't t

Borough seat on the Belle Glade
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A Specialty All You Can Eat 3:
Council in Tuesday's election, + !
while the Central Borough race

1 was LeBron thrown Williams into a ,run-off.a funeral director J Everglades federal: :

J, : & S FISH CAMP nosed out James E. Will-

-- iams, 255 votes to 232.

I: AND TRAILER PARK Bill Bailey, who polled 202 votes, I; Savings And Loan Association I .

and incumbent Palmer January,
:::I t 40 S. W. AVE. "B" PHONE WY6-2067 _. :
Located in the Heart of the Best who got 192, will run-off for t

:E Fishing: In The World Central Borough seat Sept. 18.I I:t BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA -'Iff

'"\ ;i'I; 't; ,,:1-11' 94 E. M.. Matthews- _was--", third. with- s ,J'J.+ill.,at <:, ...#. > \ .-' ,-ua!..:, " 4-+- HfoiiV-H-fr8-'i. .! ; '"iiH-H : : : : %- votes. 1 n i m 11I11 n m 111 J 1111111111211:11111 mnm'Z' ->







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! J Rogers Asks That -Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Sr. Aetrpotcer:,.durability in Florida Is Ahead, ,,


Monroe Doctrine Is Circle Chairman 1963 Chevrolet truck liner In Orange Supply


Mrs. Claude L. Shirley, Sr. was '
LAKELAND the first time r
Be Called To Use elected chairman of the Betty -- < { ,l,1;- '.(. '" j ,: ., fi-"' ." ;') in history Florida has become the

Mills Circle of the Pahokee
t -- tist WMU at the meeting Bap-held > 3r SK: .,;.;'?:J to leading United supplier States of markets fresh oranges E

Tuesday morning at the home of :::::.'>:
I California slipped out ,of
Congressman Paul G. Rogers, the top
Mrs. Guthrie Colvard. Other
/ (D., Fla.) today called on the Congress -I new ;. position during the 1961-62 season
officers elected were Mrs. C. S.
f to re-assert the Monroe Doc- just ended, according to Dr.; \V\ E.
| chairman, and i iI
Davis
) trine as National policy in the face program Black, director of economic and
Mrs. Leland Keene, secretary.Mrs. .
of the Russian arms build-up in I I merchandising research for the
Colvard presented the II
Cuba. ,. Florida Citrus Commission.
c I prayer calendar. II I Florida's share of the national
Introducing a Congressional
4 Mrs. Do nCollier gave a reviewof .
fresh
orange market rose to 50.2
Resolution restating the historic the book, "Woman to Woman",
I percent in 1961-62 as comparedwith
United States policy in the Weste by Eugenia Price. 39.2 the previous season.,Dur-
r n Hemisphere, Congressman Mrs. W. K. Aldridge retiring
Rogers, addressed the House of chairman, presided over the bus- ing the same period California
dropped from 52.5 percent down to
Representatives, saying: '
iness
session. :
,1 "America is deeply disturbed Refreshments were served to I I 44.6 percent.Dr. .
: Black pointed out that this
over the build-up of Soviet military Ii
seven members by the hostess.
I provided Florida shippers with a
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personnel and material in I i
"s clean sweep of the fresh citrus un-
Cuba. This build-up has been carried ..i.
t. Mrs. Crady Renamed SIP. .nv E loadings, since grapefruit and tan-
out in complete and absolute

defiance of the United States policy Circle ChairmanMrs. uu____ ,__... ________ have gerines been from habitual the Sunshine leaders in State shar-
of protecting this hemisphere
I' t--- ing the national markets.
from outside interference. Marvin Crady was reelected L4- '++vsvas: .
chairman of the Lottie Moon Thiiisr
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"This policy was established >:::;
Circle of the Baptist WMU at the Rotarians Hear '
when President Monroe set forth .

', 2 the, 1823.Monroe This Doctrine doctrine was on December unilateral meeting the home held of Tuesday Mrs. J. afternoonat C. Mock. __._.yRv.S'nn,; ,se.Z:a\yYn1.___ __:_ __ ___rwrs e.cea''ffi C.e ac x xa__oooa6d' 'oo__ 'nn.u.m o., #. ... rt__ Coaching: Staff ;.

Other officers elected were Mrs. Two new, modern, more efficient six-cylinder engines lead a -
in nature and warns of United
.; 'I I Paul Watson, co-chairman; Mrs. long list of improvements in the 1963 Chevrolet truck line. Other The Pahokee Blue Devil coach-
States action If an extra-conti- W. A. Keen, chairman; features include a new front axle and spring design in medium- ing staff were the speakers the '
program
r. nental power attempts to establish and heavy-duty series for excellent ride and durability; generally luncheon meeting of the Pahokee
Mrs. F. G. Gillis
assistant
influence anywhere on the Ameri- pro- heavier frames; easy-riding independent front wheel coil spring- Club
Rotary last Thursday. In-
can continents, gram chairman; Mrs. Joe Thompson ing in light-duty models; narrower front sheet metal width for
. mission study; Mrs. C. A. easier handling in close quarters on many models and improved troduced by W. D. Howard, head
"Because Cuba has expropriated Batchelor, community missions; body and sheet metal mounts for softer ride. coach, Web Pell; backfield coach,
I J millions of dollars worth of Amer- Bob Maxson and line coach, Martin
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t1 Mrs. J. V. Chastain, stewardship; - -- ----- --------------
ican property, because Cuba has Ralph, gave a "run down" on the
Mrs. L. M. Mullis, prayer chair- Pahokee Group At l national overseers.
bitterly attacked and destroyed the
prospects for the current season.
Mrs. J. P. sunshine
man; Herring ; The Pahokee Trio, Judy and Flo
1 ,principles of freedom and human Mrs. W. A. Stevens, children's.home Church AssemblyMrs. 'I Kinard and Shirley Levins will be Guests were N. T. Taylor and
dignity, because Cuba has attepmted Gary Curlee, both of Belle Glade,
; Mrs. C. H. Tillis, love fund; : singing in the assembly.
to spread the Communist plansof I John Stewart, Lake Worth and
Mrs. J. C. Mock, .
transportation Ola Kinard, Pahokee, isI Other local people visiting in
athistic dictatorship and oppression Rev. Guthrie Colvard.
and Mrs. Adeline Wroten, secre ,I visiting in Cleveland, Tennessee, Cleveland are: Judy and Flo Kin- ,
throughout Latin America Dr. E. C. Johnson, president,
tary."Communism". as a delegate to the 57th World- ard. Shirley Levins and Jean and
and because Cuba has turneda
presided over the business session.
was the topic of wide Assembly of the Church of Larry Kinard, all of Pahokee. .
bloody red, there is definite need -
the program'presented by Mrs. F. God of Prophecy, which annually -
to re-assert the Monroe Doctrine,
G. Gillis, Mrs. J. C. Mock, Mrs. Joe registers more than 10,000 constituents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vandegrift,

** particularly now when the Soviet: Thompson, Mrs. Marvin Crady and : hailing from the fifty coun- Jr. accompanied their son, John

Union has flooded Cuba with com Mrs. Bill Unwin. tries in which the organization has W. Cook to Melbourne, last Sun-

A munist military equipment, sup It was announced that the next congregations. The convention will day, where he entered Florida Air

plies and personnel. They have circle meeting will be held at the continue for seven days, closing Academy to resume his ,studies as 0f URLITV ,

) home of Mrs. L. :M. Mullis. with the appointment of state and a senior. ;" ..
thereby formally established; a i Refreshments were served by I

J Soviet satellite in the Western] Mrs. Mock Mrs. ,
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hemisphere." co-hostess, to 15 members. .- '-

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home you'll naturally choose concrete masonry con- for keeping the peace its people .

struction. It provides a home that is fire-safe economicalto want. You can help with this '

keep up will out-last almost any other material-and problem by remembering this: "' '"

remain new-looking* too! Build your home today! For Peace cost Money for

quality block precision made on Stearns equipmentsee military and industrial money. strength. s

us today. Money for science and education.

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The-Everglades News-,-.Canal'Pofcit. # ;;'Florida. Friday, September 14, 1962
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Mrs..Elliott Hostess = to form a bow, was on the coffee i
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For.House,Guests table.Four, tables were in play during I

I' News Of The Churches l the afternoon. }
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I II Mrs. Jess:M. Elliott entertainedwith it

a dessert bridge party at her ELLIOTTS VISIT ELLIOTTS j
home on East Main Street, Satur- \
.-. :Mr. and Mrs. Jess Pat Elliott
day afternoon in compliment to
her house guests, Mrs. Clyde Harvey and small daughter, Merry Lynne, \
I I first: : Methodist : The Church Of God Christian Science and Mrs. Peggy Rowgan, both of Gainesville, arrived yesterday J

Church :PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal Group Of Canal PointThe of Lakeland. to spend the weekend here with his \
A motiff of yellow was used in parents,Mr. and Mrs.J. M. Elliott. iOn
Point Road
T. C. O'Steen spiritual foundation of true decorating and favors, which were Sunday, little Merry Lynne (
SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor peace and brotherhood will be set tiny old fashioned baskets with will be christained by Rev. T. C.

9:45 a. m.-church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School forth at Christian Science church yellow umbrellas. An arrangementof O'Steen, pastor, during the morn- 1
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.Preaching Service services Sunday in a LessonSermon yellow roses was used on the ing worship service at the Paho
7:45 Service dining table and another kee :Methodist Church. All :friendsof
6:45 p. m.......:MYP p. Evangelistic entitled "Substance. arrange-
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday V.LJJ. Featured in the Bible selections ment of gloriosa with palms cut the family are invited to attend \

TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday .M.B. are a number of passages from the -... .
7:00 p. .Vesper Choir prac- Everyone welcome. Special music Book of James, including these: r ,
ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. "Who is a wise man and endued
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: with knowledge among you? let I t
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions St. Mary's Catholic him shew'out of a good conversation -
8:30'p.. m.-Senior Choir prac- his works with meekness of WANTED
tice ChurchFather wisdom. And the fruit of j
righteousness is sown in peace of
Francis Fennech, Pastor them that make peace." 1
I Church Of God, Sunday Mass = 11:30 a. m. The following will be read from EXPERIENCED FIELD
Barf ld Confessions before Mass "Science and 'Health with Key to t
Highway .. .
the Scriptures" by :Mary Baker FOREMAN FOR

Pahokee-,.Fla. Holy Nativity Eddy (p. 467): "It should be thor- ,
oughly understood that all men
I J. W. Hughes, :Minister Episcopal ChurchPahokee
Phone 924-3736 have one Mind, one God and Father Sugar Cane Harvest
SUNDAY: one Life Truth and Love. Man- I
kind will become perfect in pro-
9:45 School
a. m.-Sunday Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar portion as this fact becomes'' apparent -
.11:00 a. m.Morning Worship
7r30 Evangelistic Ser- SUNDAY: war will cease and the true See Luis De Arenas or
p.
10 a. m.-Sunday School brotherhood of man will be estab- t
viceTUESDAY 11:00 a. m.-Worship Service lished. Bob Beardsley .
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THURSDAY: Canal Point First Woman's Club To
7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ GLADES COUNTY SUGAR
Baptist ChurchElder
Service Make Year's PlansA

GROWERS COOPERATIVE
R. E. Barfield
SUNDAY special board meeting of the J
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Canal Point 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Pahokee Woman's Club was held ASSOCIATION, INC.

Baptist ChurchRev. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship at the home of the president, Mrs.C. .

7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. M. Todd Tuesday afternoon. 317 West Sugar land Highway
8:00 m.-Evening Worship Committees were completed and
Charles D. Stewart. Pastor p.
SUNDAY: WEDNESDAY: plans made for the current year. P. O. Box 1148 Clewiston, Fla.
School 7:30 mo-Midweek Prayer Mrs. Todd and Mrs. Glenn Pow-
9:458. m.-Sunday p.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Service ell will represent the club at the Phone YU3-2381 YU3-2401
6:30 p. m.-Training Union 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: fall board meeting of the Florida I
7:30 Ladies Federation of Woman's Clubs in
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship p. m.- Auxiliary
WEDNESDAY: :Meeting. Sarasota on October 1, 2 and 3. .

7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting
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:Max D. Jones, Pastor
433 Bacom Point Rd.
Phone, 924-7528 P. O. Box 882
SUNDAY SERVICES:
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship

6:30 p. m.-Juniors ., ,. 'M,, 9, :' (
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening iY
Evangelistic Service'
WEDNESDAY:
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer s o, < tt2 y. : ,<


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Pastor ?c'L J q0'; \== "" '_

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601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade 3 k, ? \y

SUNDAY,:. :,
Divine Services 11 A. M. 4. ,,,;
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SUNDAY:
10:00 a. m.-Church School
11:00 a. m*.-Morning Worship .
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship
7:30 p. m.-Evening: Worship ," N'1 ,
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TUESDAY 3:15 p. :.-Youth> Choir practice' I1L'n:

8:00'p. m.-Woman's' Society1st

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7:30 p,m.-Esther Class meeting -
WEDNESDAY: -. f7 q { I
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First Baptist and so do telephones. Modem research and in- men and women of Southern.BelL These qualities

Church, Pahokee genuity bring daily miracles of communications into made your telephone a bargain in,1880, when South-

our homes and offices.Home interphones,bell chimes, em'Bell began operations in-Florida .and an even:

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. Pap Eight The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday, September 14, 1962


; OTA Women Will Pahokee PTA Has- 1 Howard introduced members of i
Glades Road Blocked the Elementary School faculty.,

(Continued From Page 1) and Brooks Henderson introducedthe

Marine! Program The program consisted' of a High Sc opl faculty.The .
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: By Prison Department panel discussion, based on resultsof were awardedto
,rasoin4counts
the evaluation program held
At Majii Meeting last year at the school. Membersof Mrs. Jiames Thomas' fifth grade,

I TALLAHASSEE Approval of Over objections of Palm Beach 1 the panel were Principal Brooks and Bob Maxson's 11th grade.A .
for the teachers in .
"f'V- Vero an access road through state prison County and Atty. Gen. Richard Henderson; Assistant Principal, reception I
Mrs. "Cola Streetman,
followed the meet-
cafeteria
lands to a $12.6 million sugar Ervin, the cabinet trustees of the Kyle Scott; guidance director, the
Beach, has announced the follow- the officers of the PTA
with
Vance Denton, and math instructor ing
mill at Belle Glade was temporarily internal improvement fund delayed -
ing committeeappointments for blocked Tuesday by ,the state action on the road ,until Sept. Lee Kahle. serving as hosts.. .
ladies', activities during the CJ
division of corrections. 25. It voted 3-1 to send a commit- On the parents side of the panel
1962 FFVA Convention being held After his mother, Mrs.
visiting
were Mrs. Wilbur Young, Bob
Director Louie Wainwright said I jtee headed by Agriculture Com-
at the Americana Hotel, Bal Har-
Annette McCurdyV.. W. (Skip-
Simonson and Judge J. L. Tyson.
the road posed a security threatto missioner Doyle Conner to inspectthe I
bour, Miami Beach, September ) McCurdy has resumed his
the Glades state prison farm. site and make a recommenda- The moderator was J. H. Wilkinson per
, 17-21. Appointed were: studies at Miami University Medical -
He said it also would hamper farm Jr.
Ladies' Hospitality Room Com tion.Ervin College where he is a junior.THEATRES'.
operations, require relocation of a said the delay was "need-I Following the program, W. D.
mittee: Mrs. C. C. Carpenter,
: pumping station, cattle pens and less." He said since the county -- -----.-
Homestead, Chairman Mrs. John
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weighing scales and take over a commission vouched for the road H..i.4"l"M"H.. "I I I 11 H"H"H M 11 I I I M I I 1-i t II I I i I t III
W. Evans, Oviedo; Mrs. Rudolph
rock road which provides the only site and it was, essential to the I
Mattson, Ft. Pierce; Mrs. Sara
access to the farm in rainy economy of the area, it should be
Alice Harlee, Jr., Palmetto; Mrs.S.
O. Chase, Jr., Sanford; Mrs. J. weather. approved. n
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Abney Cox, Princeton; Mrs. Bu- PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
ford W. Council, Ruskin; Mrs. HOME FROM ALABAMA CLYDE ALLEY, JR., IS HO3IE

Doyle Conner, Tallahassee. Mrs. M.. H. Baxter returned Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Swimming Committee: Mrs. Roy I Tuesday from a visit with rela- Sp-4 Clyde Alley, Jr., son of,Mrs. -

Vandegrift, Jr., Canal Point, Chair tives in Carlton, Alabama. She Wilma Alley, who has just received - 2 DIG FEATURES -

man; Mrs. Robert D. Apelgren, was accompanied to Alabama by I his discharge from the US SUNDAY MONDAY -TUESDA1
her sister, Mrs. Will Wimberly who
Pahokee; Mrs. Harold E. Kendall
SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY 16-17-18
SEPTEMBER
Army, arrived in Pahokee Friday,
Goulds; Mrs. Kenneth F. Jorgensen had been her house guest for several -
Zellwood; Mrs. Pat F. Ferlise, *weeks. Mrs. Baxter was accompanied from Kirchgons, Germany, wherehe SEPTEMBER 161718 "MYSTERIOUS

Sarasota; Mrs. Bruce Gray, East home by another sister, was stationed for two years + '" ISLAND" '
Palatka. I Mrs. Ester Bumpers, also of Carl- and eight months. In addition to UU11U1111T1U.
I ton. his regular duties while overseas, GARy MERRILL AND
Lecture Committee: Mrs. George
w. Specialist Alley was coach and CHUCH CONNORS AND JOAN GREENWOOD
P. Banks Pompano Beach, Chair-
Miss Batchelor returned I physical education instructor for -ALSO-
man;' :Mrs. John I. Whitworth, Patsy KA3IALA DEVI
Sunday from a trip of several the American youth at the base,
Pompano Beach; Mrs. Jack Taylor, PANAVISION TECIINICOLOR "The Young Land"
Bradenton; Mrs. Andrew Duda, weeks to Panama City and New dependants of the military person ,
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Jr., Oviedo; Mrs. W. Allen Mark- Orleans, La. nel. t.ltllltr : -4 M-fr*: : : : : : : : : : : : :++

ham, Okeechobee. I -
Bridge Committee: Mrs. Harold

H. Kastndr, Sanford Chairman; ;
Mrs. R. R. Kinard, Homestead; X"

Mrs. 'J. C: Hutchinson Sanford; 1
Mrs. George C. Pederson Perrine;

Mrs. Ray R. Roth, Belle Glade; I

Mrs. W. F. Wolfe, Hastings. '
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Shopping. Tour Committee: Mrs.
L. A. Masters Hastings Chairman al
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; Mrs. J. Emmett Kelly, Ft. ,.:-: : :

Myers;. Mrs. W. H. Wynne, McIntosh tl
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Myers;"' Mr:;. O. D. Huff, Jr., Mc- !

Intosh; Mrs. W. L. Story, Winter

Garden.

.Bingo Committee: Mrs. GeorgeH.

Wedgworth, Belle Glade, Chair-
_, man; Mrs. Alvin: B. Jones, Deer-
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Pahokee; Mrs. J. V..D'Albora, Sr.,
Cocoa; Mrs. John Tiedtke, Winter __ : :.- ? i -L : \ .

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Cross; Mrs. Kenneth Resmondo 1

and Halloween carnival, Mr. and'' <<
Mrs. Joe Cherry. \ r\e ? I

The room count was won by I
Mrs. Billie Huddle's fourth grade.
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Bruce Bitting, program chairman -

introduced Principal W. W.

White, who spoke on "Teaching all
the children all they should know."

The personnel of the school were

introduced and the principal, the

teachers the luncheon manager .
and her assistants, and the custodian .....
all received gifts from the

PTA. Gratitude from the faculty I 1- ,.
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