The Everglades news
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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 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
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System ID: UF00079910:00143
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Do You Remember IT WAS NEW CAR TIME. IN PAHOKEE IN 1934 I Pahokee's Opener

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Sept. 16th, 1928? .. I

1500 Were DrownedOn 4 By The Score 28-0

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Sunday, September 16. 1928, Defending champion Seacrest,

the most devastating hurricaneover favored Forest Hill and upstart I

to visit Florida whipped the k Stuart have gotten the jump in the
Lake Okeechob for I
Region many
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hours lasting well into Monday '':;;; :.=-:'::.:' I
) ., ball campaign as the season open-
September 17. Old files of TheEvergi.ades .... I iii
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News were searched
Lz 11 members last Friday night. I
this week to gather a few appall- .
: Seacrest and Forest Hill made
ing facts for this story. First report I I
1it their successful debute in shutout
of 800 dead was nearly
fashion before home crowds but !
doubled a few days later when
v + both face tough tests of their !
final check was made in the Lake 1."
mettle on the features of a six- !
Harbor area on the south side of
game card for this week. Three !
the lake and it was found that I
conference games are scheduled
around 1500 were drowned in the !
I Friday. Seacrest will invade Ft. \

storm. Pierce for the Eagles' home opener. -
The few paragraphs below don't
Forest Hill journeys to Belle .
tell the.graphic story as it was
Glade where the Rams ran up one
presented in the columns of this
of the highest scores in league his- I
newspaper for weeks after the

hurricane. However, a few excerpts ;PO, L ___M.v.L....._. ._......-'-- 'U '_ """"""" ......____.._ ,_. _....v..",.. tory in a non-league romp last ;
week, and Pahokee visits Riviera I
of hair-raising stories are The fall of 1962 brings again new car models and that fact prompted Cleve Cruthird of Pahokee to Beach. I II

reprinted herewith: bring out an old picture taken 28 years ago wEen new 1935 Model Plymouths were being shown in The week's action starts Thurs- ,I

Not less than 800 persons lost Pahokee. Cleve's brother the late J. W. Cruthirds was Pahokee dealer and he is shown in the above day when pennant-minded Lake

their lives as the result of the picture dressed up with tie and cap. Cleve is shown in the middle with that handsome head of hair
Worth calls Palm Beach High.
I tropical hurricane which last Sunday that today is showing tinges of grey.The other chap, was the mechanic but Cleve has forgotten his name. on
swept over this area InflictIng I The building? Oh, yes it is on the Belle Glade road near the power plant in Pahokee and is being used This will be Palm Beach's first of
today by Mayor Duncan Padgett as a sey'ice.sta six Suncoast foes this fall, with
l damages as yet untotaled. This : .
t' ._ these considered non-league
-- games ,II
is according revised estimates > -

of the death toll announced last Scout Troops;: To Palm because Beach new won't Suncoast be playing member all I II

night by Howard W. Selby generalRed Canal Point Parents other league members.
Cross chairman. I
Two other non-conference contests -
* Be OrganizedA
I Friday send Vero to Tampa
Already 537 bodies have been I Chamberlain and have Clewiston
buried at various points, figures To Raise Cash For I I
entertaining Okeechobee. .
compiled by Adjutant General Collins meeting of troop leaders was
Seacrest had an unexpectedlyeasy
of the state troops revealed. held Wednesday morning to or-
time in disposing of guest
. S. ganize the Girl Scout and Brownie
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on 8)
:' From the Palm Beach Times: Air ConditioningParents troops for the season. -. -- page

While no large scale finances for
Mrs. Bob Apelgren and Mrs. Le-
rebuilding this shattered city were Jimmy Vann New
roy Miner will have charge of the

in number sight today.of different development sources in a in Canal Point Schoolare Blue Devils Go I third grade Brownies; Mrs. W. A. Head Association

in the midst of a fund raising Cross, Jr. will have the fifth and
strengthened hope that West Palm Housing AuthoritiesJames
campaign and the cash will be usedto sixth grade Scouts; Mrs. J. T.
Beach might soon rise above its
purchase air conditioning units To RivieraTonite Boynton and Miss Helen Hard-
catastrophe. W. Vann managing director
for the local school. Parents are of away will have the Intermediate
S. of the Pahokee Housing
. the opinion backed up by air con- Scouts in the seventh and eighth
Number of dead made larger by Authority this week was chosen as
Pahokee Blue Devils will travelto !I
ditioning experts that a total of grades and Mrs. E. C. Johnson and '
high lake level wind was factor president of the "Florida Associa-
the East Coast of Palm Beach .
eight unitswill be needed to do the Mrs. Sam McKinstry Jr will be
only as it operated to pile water up tion of Housing Authorities" when
county tonight to meet Riviera
job. That is their goal. troop leaders for the Girl Scouts
at south end of lake total deadis Beach that group met at the Gait Ocean
high on the gridiron for the
The first effort to raise funds from the ninth through twelfth
1400-1600; only 200 white persons second game on the Pahokee Mile hotel in Fort Lauderdale in
will be made Saturday when a bake grades.
survey of storm from Canal annual convention. Mr. Vann's secretary
sale is held in front of Echols schedule. The announcements of the first
r Point to Clewiston inv30-mile strip. Mrs. Ruth H. Smith was
: Groc-I I Last Friday night in the sea-
; ery store in Canal Point. It meetings of each group will be I
I: S. pointed out that like sales son's opener on Lair Field in Pa- given to the teachers in the respective also named secretary-treasurer of
1 to contents was equal hokee the Blue Devils their the state-wide organization.
bAs. Damage held for several weeks until the won grades.It .S.
to the money losses caused by necessary amount is realized. Other game over Naples by a score of was announced that the film

... "l ( damage to store buildings and projects will be undertaken by 28-0. of the Girl Scout Roundup will be I Bob Lee Takes New

;: dwelling houses in the storm of the parents to augment the bake S- shown on Channel 4 on :Monday,

Sept. 16-17 in the upper Everglades sale plan for raising 24 from 9 10 I'
money.If Sept. to p. m.
for a heavy rain accom- you'd like to make a straightout Local Young Men I Sugar Co-Op JobBob

pained the wind and continued donation can mail !
you your Are U. S. MarinesDavid ;
after the wind had died down and check to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Black- Junior CattlemenSee

the rain and the flood waters well or Mr. and Mrs. James Gib- I Lee who has been Glades

reached every opening the wind son in Canal Point. Mrs. L. L. Fountain James Bryant, manager for Southern Bell Telephone -

had made. Maxson is chairman in charge of Ronald Gamble James McElhennyand Breeding FilmA company, has resigned that

S a Christmas card sales plan that W. M. (Bill) Johnson Jr., all job and accepted another with

Pumps will be used to dry parents hope will bring in extra 1962 graduates of Pahokee Hign Sugar Cane Growers Cooperativeof

the site of the Southern Sugar cash. School, who joined the U. S. Ma- film on "Improved Breedingof Florida as personnel and public f

Company's Labor quarters at the S rines and have been stationed at Livestock" was shown at the relations manager. His office will ,

Canal Point mill and construction Mack Parker Visits Parris Island S. C., completed meeting of the Junior Cattlemen'sClub be in the new offices erected at

of the buildings more than 100 in their basic training. this week. held at the Community Build- Glades Sugar House on Airport

". number, will be resumed and the Glades After YearsMack Those from this area attendingthe ing in Canal Point. Tuesday night, Road at Belle Glade.

contracts with Chalker-Lund Company graduation exercises at Parris with the president Teddy :McCall, Pete McClellan will succeed Mr.

carried out company officials Parker arrived in Canal Island on Thursday morning were presiding. Lee as Glades manager for the

have announced. Point last week and is spendinga Mr. and: Mrs. Myers Fountain, Mr. Members voted to change the phone company, coming here from ,

,'. S. two weeks vacation with his and Mrs. E. F. Weathers, Belle date of the meetings from the :Miami.
:-' Washington, Oct. 10. 1928. The brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Glade; Mrs*T. W. Reeves, Mr. and third Tuesday in the month to the I

.: I Red Cross minimum $5,000,000 Mrs.J.P. Parker and family. Mack Mrs. E. B. Gamble, Mr and :Mrs first Monday. The next meetingwill Mr. and Mrs. George C. McEl- I

.> : fund ,asked for relief of hurricane a former resident is home for the G. C. McElhenny and Mr. and Mrs. be on October 1st when new henny attended the graduation exercises I

,<. 'j sufferers in the West Indies and first time in ten years. He has W. M. Johnson Sr. officers will be elected. Thursday morning, at the I

:") -..: Florida was filled today, acting been in the Marshal Islands for Following their graduation, the John Causey, Associate County Marine Bs .-ParrIa Island, S.. C., U

Red Cross Chairman James L: three years where he is associated young men will report to Camp Le- Agent of Palm Beach County, was where their son, James, was one of 1

1; Fierser reported to President with an oil company, and he previously June, N. c., for another month of.training. in charge of the meeting-, and 23 the group who had completed basic

l: Coolidge. resided in Alaska. members were present. training. ,

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Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday September 21. 1962

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t: I combat a recent rise in the level of.. highways the combines on Attend Convention

iodine-131 by-product of nuclear trucks with trailers, followed by

.. Y fallout, in fluid milk. Dairy farm-II I buses with the crews, mess trucks Vegetable Growers

ers are being, urged to feed their I I and even mobile 'machine shops to

cows only on "aged feed" instead handle repairs. Among those attending the

of on' fresh pasture. They're being I I Grain harvesting on America's Fresh Fruit, and Vegetable Asso-

paid a higher price (such feed I western plains is probably one of ciation Convention at the Ameri-

costs more) in order to assure a I the best organized and efficient cana Hotel in Miami Beach, this

safe supply of fluid milk. Radiation I mechanical harvesting operationsin week, are James H. Wilson, Gra-
testing of milk in Minnesota the world.Pahokee.
ham Mole, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh

is being stepped up. --- S Branch, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vande-
grift, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Apel-
Florida growers'_are not the only Lions In gren, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Sellers,

ones facing labor shortages at Business MeetingThe Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vandegrift Jr.,
harvest time. While he was in Mr. and Mrs. Jess Elliott, Mr. and
The Rardin In Canal Point FloridaTHE
Building: : Seattle our Florida traveller not- Mrs. Lewis "Friend, Mr. and Mrs..

LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME C;>FTH.E ed news reports'of daily pleas for luncheon meeting of the W. S. Plumer Mr. and Mrs. Edgar

pickers'to harvest, truck,and,berry Pahokee Lion's Club held Tuesdaywas Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hatton.Sr. .

EVERGLADES= NEWSServing crops. On! one day when, 1.800 pickers devoted entirely to business ., Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser and

were needed only a few hund- I.with the president, Kyle Scott Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Boynton.

red showed up. It's easy to see whythere's presiding.It .
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without i .
so'much pressure for more was announced that a house
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years
and more mechanical harvesting committee had been appointed.

Established March 11, 1924_ Published Every Friday devices.In Those who will serve on this com- Col. and Mrs W. S. Evans returned -

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe contract, wheat harvestingwas mittee are Jack Biltz, R. J. to Cypress Lodge at Port

underway in Montana North Schroder and Harry Elarbee. Mayaca, Sunday following a six
Everglades News Is Entered at ,the Post OfficeIn
Dakota and Washington when our Next week Brooks Henderson, week vacation trip. Col. Evans
Canal Point Florida, Second Class :Matter
as traveller passed through. Squadsof will present Bob Maxson, the so- spent two weeks fishing in Montana -

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher combines were stripping the i cial studies teacher of Pahokee and they visited in Kentucky,
fields with the efficiency born of High School, who will teach the Tennessee and North Carolina. En-
in "Americanism Versus route home, visited their
long experience harvesting subject they son-
western slope, you marvel at the
grains from Texas to Saskatchewan. -: Communism." Mr. Maxson' will in-law and daughter Dr. and Mrs.
= fortitude of the pioneers who en-
Now and then a caravan of give an outline of the approach Frank Handley and family in
dured months of hardship and
;; harvesters was to be seen on the which will be made to this subject. Sebring.
) dangers to creep by wagon train
ITWJ3tlnt : over such rugged territory." I -

j "Air travel is splendid if you'rein
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a hurry. But if you want to see

the country and get the feel of it-

its vastness, the endless sweep of
Dtparltntnf ofAffrtsvWJIp\
western prairies and plains, a LIiLUEftIIPhone
glimpse of sterile badlands and the
A former Minnesota. resident, grandeur of snow-capped moun-

now making his home in Florida, tain peaks-you must travel
returned to Tallahassee recently highway or rail through the 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade 1I 1- ,

after an extended visit to the ,Northwest." I I

Northwest. He reports many ssss SALES and SERVICE ; '

changes are, visible in the cities ]I
The Florida traveller .reports
and towns of the states he visitedin Heating Air Conditioning AppliancesSEE
Minnesota still has no state meat I !
the short space of five years
inspection. Because it is an important -
since he last travelled through that ")
dairy state, Minnesota'scontrols
part of the country."It ,
over milk products are
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comprehensive. Unlike Florida, I
get away now and then and see
however, it has neglected to establish -
other states," he reports. "This is
its own meat inspection to
a big country we live in. If we
protect its consumers of meats
don't see other parts of it periodically -
produced outside of Federal in-
t we're apt to lose the perspective -
we should have in evalu- spection. better HEAR better with a
4 Minnesota's legislative research
" ating the good points-and the
reported recently one-
shortcomings, too-of our own : fifth of the meat consumed in the .
'state. BRAND-NEW
state is not inspected for, whole- TV
"We talk about mountains in I someness. While admitting the

some of our southern states. But need for a state meat inspectionlaw

until you see the Rockies and the committee is not, recom- It's wonderful! t.iiiS

other western ranges, you don't members are doneva waC.v g

appreciate what mountains can be. mending it to the next legislature.The :. ...............

Travelling through them, you won- reason: it would cost about : and now i I
der how in the world anyone ever $500,000 a year to maintain and the ;

had the courage to tackle them committee members are just as live it up with 4L.: : "

and find the passes that make it budget conscious as legislators of : vivid, brilliant

possible to continue on to the Pa- many other states.I .
cific. feel that we are fortunate to

"When you're over the "Great have in Florida the protection of 1 ............... .4 X

Divide' and coasting down, the an efficient State :Meat Inspection

service. It is; rated, one of the best

in the nation. The money spent to 1 1 K
BUSINESS SPOT FOR maintain it is well worthwhile be-, I
cause it provides vital protectionfor

our consumers and an important Y I
the corner next door to service to our Florida meat

Post Office where Grace's and livestock industries. i

Beauty Parlor moved out yes- Incidentally, the Florida travel-

terday. Idealfor beauty shopor ler noted the price of milk to con-
in Minnesota's Twin Cities
other business. Call Paul It I .
has been boosted a cent a quart.
Rardin in Canal PointtwwwwwwrvWW f
The reason: an intensive drive to t

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...and a second set j
Cattle Sales I
will make
everyone happy.. ,I

Lots of good television programs.coming And for all-family fun, a, second set will I
Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market up. Spectaculars and extravaganzas. Good please everyone.Youngsters can then watch .

which is owned and operated by more than 120 looking good listening for everyone Time: their favorite TV shows...while you enjoy J
to change to a brand-new set!-You'll see yours.No bickering...nobody's let down...
Florida.Cattlemen.. and hear the difference.. and everybody's happy..

You'll enjoy the excellent-; -service you receive. here The new TV models are so improved you'll A RADIO in every room adds to the enjoy- 1

at,this Market.We make an effort at all times,to.givo' So hardly sharp believe!The world your eyes of entertainment and ears.So clear! ment..keeps you in tune with,mu.siC"and
fun and what's going A STEREO HI-FI
an outstanding service' to'buyer and. seller. Give us alive right in your home. Remote tuning brings new listening thrills...music so'real I
controls turn sets on and off change chaDit 1
: a trial. doesn't sound recorded.
nets and adjust: sound-without leaving ..

I % I I I J t I 1111 I I I I I. your easy, chair. Fine-furniture consoles. WithtbeMagic3..RadioStereoHiFiandSlim

and trim portables. Glorious fidelity TV...there's never a dull moment. Just a,

SALES: EVERY MONDAY AT' 1 p. nu -in black-and-white_and'brilliant_ vivid_ few pennies worth of electricity brings you,
COLOR TV that's a new delight in sound all stimulating entertain *""*-for the
and sight. whole family.

MarketASSOCIATION' See your dealer today '
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Pap Four : The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday. September 21, 1962

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PERSONAL HEWS 0 J Parris Johnsons Island Visit, Etc.Mr. BIRTHSMr. I .. Personal Items

NO1ES! and Mrs. Clifton Russell

and Mrs. W. M. Johnson left Henderson, Jr. (Mary Estelle Annette Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Holt of Canal
), 121 West Point
Gregory Rqad, were visitors in Hialeah
J Tuesday for Parris Island, S. c.,
Mrs. H. D. Fields and con. Mark, Mr. and ,Mrs. C. B. Stringariare where they attended the graduation Palm Beach, announce the birth of Sunday.

of Naples, were the weekend vacationing in interesting spotsin exercises at the Marine Base twin sons Robert Alexander and Mrs. Sadie Barwick has returned
I guests of Mrs. Laurie Justice and Michigan.Miss Alan Scott on September 1 at Good from a visit with her nephew,
Thursday morning, for their son,
children. Samaritan Hospital. Maternal Jasper Reed in
Kay Hughes of Orlando Bill, who had completed his basic
grandparents are Clerk of the Mr. and Mrs. Donald Crews who
Wally Mole who attends Flor- was the weekend guest of her par- I training. Before returning home,
Circuit Court J. Alex were
Arnette and from Hallandale to
ida Christian College at Tampa and ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hughes.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will visit Mr. Mrs. Arnette. Gainesville
and Mrs. Lowell Jones in Hender- visited his grandparents -
:Miss Nancy Phelan of Tampa, (I
spent the weekend here with his and Mrs. Rupert Mock plan i I sonville, N.. C., and Mrs. Johnson's Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crews,

parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mole.S. to leave via train Friday to attend I brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and I (Tommie Faye Miller) of Pahokee last week. Donald has entered the
the Bankers Convention that will Mrs. Roland Kennedy, in Jackson- announce the birth of a 6 lb., 123a University of,Florida to resume

A. Nall of Leesburg and his be in session next week in Atlantic ville. oz. son, James Theron, Jr., (already his studies as a senior.

mother Mrs. Nail, of Winter Haven City New Jersey.Mr. .. nicknamed "Ty") who was Mrs. Donald Kepp, Mrs. Sadie

are visiting Mrs.. S. A. Nail for born at Everglades Memorial Hospital Barwick, Mrs.. Rupert Mock and
three weeks. and Mrs. C. R. Wetherington Tom Adams Talks on September 9. Mr. and Mrs. son, Jon visited Jasper Reed in

were business visitors in Del- Tommy Miller are the maternal Miami Sunday.Mr. t

Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Connell of ray Beach Tuesday.Mrs I grandparents.Mr. and Mrs. Bill Unwin had as I

Canal Point have returned to their : J. G. Thomas was able to To State Officials and Mrs. W. L. (Bill) Brownof their weekend guests,_ her son and

home from Augusta Georgia, 2565 SW 14th St., Pahokee, an- daughter-in-law Trooper and Mrs.
where they attended the O'Connell L leave the Everglades Memorial for About Water NeedsFlorida nounce the birth of a 7 lb. 5 oz., Charles Humphries and little
Hospital after being a patient
family reunion. daughter, on September 16, at daughter, Cindy, of Stuart.
I several days.
.:Mrs. C. R. Fitchett returned to Everglades Memorial Hospital, Basil Todd of Plant City was the
her home in Orlando Saturday I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Overstreetand Secretary of State Tom who has been named Penelope I guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. .

(after being the house guest of Mrs. family of Kissimmee, were recent Adams Monday urged state county Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. Brown M. Todd, for several days, this
C. B. Jones for two weeks.Mr. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. .J.I I officials to look to California's plan to call the new baby "Penny"and week. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Todd

Crews on South Barfield Highway. mistakes in planning for this., they also have a son, Michael, and family will move back into
and Mrs. M. C. Carter attended I state's water conservation. who .is six and another daughter, their home on First Street in Vet-
the wedding of their son in Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Collins of He spoke to the more than 400 I Patricia Ann, who is 2 4 years ville on September 26.

Ohio Saturday. They plan to visit St. Petersburg will be the guestsof delegates attending the 33rd annual : old. Mrs. J. S. of Canal
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. I
relatives in Idaho and other partsof his parents, weekend.W. convention of,the State Asso- .. Point left Thursday and is visitingher
before their Collins of Pahokee, this ciation of
Ohio returning to County Commissioners
I SKIPPER BACK TO TEXAS son-in-law and daughter, Judge
;, home at Port Mayaca in late Oc S. Plumer, Jr. and his room- I at the Deauville Hotel. and Mrs. Kenneth Cooksey and

tober. mate, Jim Pate of Orlando, who "California failed to take ade- Seaman 2-c Calvin (Skipper) family in Monticello. Mrs. Cook-

was his house guest, left Sundayfor quate measures to insure availa- I Peacock, Jr. returned to the Naval sey came to Canal Point, Wednesday -
-- -- "-" Durham, N. C., to resume their bility of sufficient water to sustainits Air Base at Kingsville, Texas, so her mother could accomp- t

' studies at Duke University.Mr. population, agriculture and in- last week after spending a 10-day any her home. I
Classified Ads dustry. Then one day the people leave here
with his parents, Mr. Miss Joyce Brown and her class- t
. and Mrs. Clarence :Maxwell awoke and were startled to find and Mrs. Calvin Peacock Sr.
mate, Miss Carol Murphy, returnedto
'" returned Sunday from Havana that there was insufficient fresh Miss Faith Sasser left Saturdayfor
FOB SALE: New and used Willyi where they attended the funeral of water to meet their minimum Deland to enter Stetson Uni- Central Florida Junior Collegeat
Ocala after spending the week-
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn I
their great aunt, Mrs. Minnie needs, he said. for
versity the fall term
Belle Glade, Phone 3058. where she end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Oct. 1764ch. Reese, on Wednesday. They also "As a result," he continued, I is a senior, majoring in business W. Brown.
visited their son and daughter-in- "California is today embarked on I administration. .
law,Mr. and Mrs. Dale Maxwell in a $12 billion to obtain the
GOTTA A ROOM for rent? A Lowell. program .a. APPRO ONE OF EVERY POUR
small ad in this column will get water she so desperately must ENTERS STETSON VISITORS (IS SEEING FLORIDA\
the job done. It only costs a dollar. Miss Anita Cowart of West have. California thus is spendingas FOR THE FIRST TIME I

Call 9242661. Palm Beach was the weekend much money on water today as Robert C. Woofter accompaniedhis

guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Florida has spent for all the costsof daughter, Miss Linda, to De- I
FOR SALE: Limited amount of state since
government being
Marvin Cowart. Land Sunday, where she entered
of disease free seed cane admitted to the Union in 1845." Stetson
University as a freshman. i1EeJ
No. CP5028 and CL41223. Also Karl Watson who is a student at He said that Florida stands today Linda received the rank of "Stet-

customer seed treatment for Rat- Central Florida Junior College in where California stood some son Scholar" for outstanding 7/EMWffJJ

toon ,Stunting disease. Robert J. Ocala, was the weekend guest of 20 years ago and the time is past qualities of leadership and scho- a

Simonson, Phone 924-7256 Paho his parents,. Mr. and .Mrs. Paul due for intelligent, long-rang3 lastic ability at the completion of / !
kee, Fla. tf-A17-ch I
Watson. planning for water use. the
eight week course she took
"The wave of apathy and neglectof there GOVERNOR'S FLORIDA TOURISM
WE HAVE HEARD of folks who William (Bill) Brown returnedto this summer.
have rooms for rent and rooming his, home here, Sunday, from natural resources which has I
houses for rent. A small ad right Hendersonville, N. C., where he spread throughout the country has I
here might turn the trick. Why not caused many industries to abandon ** Hi M M I M U I II I I I I I I I I : : 1 1 : : : : : I I : : I : I : I : : : :++
had been working, this summer,
try it? It is a small cost-$1.00 a for WinnDixie.Mr. their former locations and move 1
; week. into Florida," he continued. "Un

and Mrs. Richard Korbly of less we ourselves eliminate apathyand i
FOR SALE: Cold drink box with St. Petersburg were the weekend quickly develop a positive pro

money changer. Good as new. guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. gram of res )Urce. planning, these
See it at Cleve's Service Station Lewis Friend. industries may well leave Florida :t

and Variety Store in Pahokee. Cost just as they have left other states." I i t'

$335, take it for $150. S14ch Mrs. A. C. Phillips and son, Ger-I He called for water storage reservoirs NEW HOME ?

COIN FISHm? Cleve's $ld, spent the weekend with Mr. to be developed in the up- .
Stop by
and Mrs. Charles Phillips and sons per St. Johns and the Green
Service Station and
at Bronson.Mr. Swamp areas and the developmentof
Store for your bait. We have large
the river basins of north and
shiners, Missouri minnows, local and Mrs. J. J. Walker of HAVE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT NOW?
Western Florida, the St.
minnows and worms. Cleve's Ser- Port Mayaca are spending several namely
Marys, Suwannee, St. Marks,' If located the home want and
vice Station and Variety Store In weeks with relatives in Jackson you've you you
Pahokee. S14-ch ville. Ochlockonee, Apalachicola Choc- have your down payment, you're ready to see
tawatchee, Yellow, Escambia and us about a low cost home loan.

.. Perdido Rivers.In This is the place to come, because we
- - - - - - - - - - - -
i i I Iii : Iii i i i Vi t I i ; I I I I I It" I I i I I I I i I Iii I 1 1IM' other sesions, Wilson Car- specialize in loans to buy homes. We know

raway, president-designate of the just what to do to see that your loan is quickly
Florida Senate, urged the supportof I
processed and how to arrange easiest terms.
Restricted Trailer Park the commissioners on the Nov.
: '6th reapportionhient elec'tfoit /and .J.Q;. :':- ,h. ",JO

Wendell Jarrard, director of the .
? '
> Monthly Or Seasonal i ; '- Florida': : Development Commission, : ; .
: challenged commissioners to make In a surprisingly short length of time, you 't.

4 : '" --"" "- more use of his commission's in.-,I =:j&. too can have your down payment. Here's how J. ;1

"* On Route 441 On LakeOkeechofoee: ': dustrial and tourism development; -open a savings account here right away. t

surplus and other divisions. ,"-'. Save as much.asyou can regularly. ',' (
17 North of Canal'Point The delegates were welcomed to '
Miles We also add a big dividend to your accountregularly
the Greater Miami area by Alex-
so your savings will grow even
ander. Gordon chairman of the
faster. Accounts may be opened by mail.
Beautiful Shade. Pure Water. Boat Space. Dade County Commission.

Rest Rooms. Laundry Service Available.. U. S. Senator Spessard Holland
I will be the feature speaker on

RESTAURANT AIR CONDITIONED. SERVING BREAK- Tuesday. In addition, a debate on .

FAST AND DINNER, LUNCH SHORT ORDERS. Annis Medicare, president-elect between Dr.of Edward the Amer-R. WE PAY 4y2% ON SAVINGS!
ican Medical Association and


Secretary of Health, Education and i LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATIONEverglades
CATFISH & HUSH PUPPIESA Welfare, will be held. The group

also will elect and install new of-
Specialty All You Can Eat ficers. The annual meeting con-

cludes Wednesday.
.. .
1 Bob Martin of Cold Springs, Ky. FederalSavings

J & S FISH CAMP and Bill Crawford of Cincinnati,

I Ohio, both students from the Uni-

AND TRAILER PARK 1 versity of Cincinnati returned to And Loan Association

their studies, Saturday, after va-
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Located ia the Heart of the Best cationing for two weeks with Mr.

: Fishing In The World I and Mrs. Billy M. Sheffield and BELLE GLADE FLORIDA '
their daughter. Miss Shef- ,
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\ .."... $25.00 fourteen monthS faster than the, old rate. interest:accumulates to maturity.H Bonds provide 4
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'l.; mature.in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future. fRiatfa why many retired 4.,
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.Page,Six The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida .Friday, September 21.1962


: Shirley Circle In Visitors Studying .l

\\1'1' News Of The Churches 'I'II' I Monday"Lifted MeetingThe Christ" was the sub- Physical Laws )j

ject of the program presented by :i

Mrs. J. L. Reeves at the meetingof TALLAHASSEE The ghostly ,

the Gertrude Shirley Circle of world beyond the microscope -;;

I' Jhe M thD.dist..Chm J FJJ: .:eta Cho i.4 neieiice; .. ,bome-'of the Pahokee.-Mrs.WSCS'-R.'.C.'Lane held.-'Monday at the matical where physical formulas laws and mathe- ,i'

Canal Point Florida Church PahokeeRev. Group Of Canal PointWhat 'are increasingly
night. Mrs. Leon Spooner gave the depended upon to explain the

I devotionals.Mrs. growth, behavior and even originof I

j Robert A. Shelley, Pastor T. C. O'Steen changing one's standpointcan ,Jack; Spencer, circle chairman living things, has brought Flor- j'

SUNDAY: SUNDAY: mean in meeting today's challenges presided over the business ida some of its most distinguished

10:00 a.,m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Church School will be brought out at session. visitors during the past year. I

11:00 a.m.;'' -Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Christian Science church services Mrs.' Milton Salvatore and Mrs.J. Faculty members and graduate

6:30 p. m'.-Youth-Fellowship' 6:45 p. .-MYF Sunday. E. Wilson will be hostesses for students in Florida State Univer-

7:30 p. 'm.-Evening. Worship, ,..7:45,p.jn.-Evening Worship "Love the October meeting, with the sity's molecular biophysics pro- "
not the :world, neither the
MONDAY: TUESDAY: ,place to be announced later. gram would have had to visit two
things that In the world" is
3:15 p. m. Youth Choir,practice 7:00 p. ,m.. -Vesper Choir prac- are Mrs. Mildred Lavender closed: dozen laboratories in half a dozen
the Golden I
TUESDAY: Text, from the Bible (
tice the,meeting with a
prayer. countries for the
insights providedin
John 2). It
'keynotes Lesson-
8:00 p. :m.-Woman's Society1st WEDNESDAY: Refreshments were served by lectures
by as scientists.As
Sermon on the of "Matter. many
Tuesday2nd 745p. m.Mid-week devotions the hostess to 17 members. visiting professors the
MONDAY: 8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir practice .. ..
7:30 p. .-Esther Class meeting ,One of the selections to be read speakers,held seminars on subjects

WEDNESDAY: I I from "Science' and Health with Dan Carpenters Are ranging from inorganic chemistryto

7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Key to the Scriptures" by Mary photobiology through the last
.. The,Pahokee ChurchOf Baker Eddy states: "When under- From VacationMr. academic year, according to a report -

The NazareneRev. I standing changes the standpointsof to the Atomic Energy Com-

First, Baptist life and intelligence from a i and Mrs. Dan Carpenter- re mission on the second year of
Church PahokeeGuthrie turned last week from a months FSITs Institute of Molecular Bio-
Max D. .Jones, Pastor i material to a spiritual basis we
vacation visited
trip. They physics which is supported by a
shall gain the of the
433 Bacom reality Life
Point Rd.
Boone, N. C. and also visited their five-year grant of $3 million from
W. Colvard,Minister Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 control of Soul over sense, and we i
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and the AEC.
Sunday School-9:45 a. m. SUNDAY SERVICES: shall preceive Christianity, or
Mrs. Dan Borgnaes in South Bend, Dr. Michael Kasha, director of
:Morning WorshIp-11:00 a. m. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Truth, in its divine Principle" (p."
Ind. where :Mr. Borgnaes is a mem- the institute, is a physical chem-
Training Union-6:45 p. m. 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship 322)).
ber of the faculty at Notre Dame ist whose principal research con-
Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. 6:30 p. m.-Juniors -
University. Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter tributions have been in spectros-
Wednesday Prayer Service 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening Miriam Circle
7:30 p. m. Evangelistic Service were accompanied by the Bor- copy-the study of molecular

A warm welcome to all. WEDNESDAY: :Holds First Meeting gnaes when they toured the Ca- structure and forces by a careful

-. 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer nadian Provinces Ontario and measurement of light emissions in
Toronto for a week. excited states of matter. ,
Canal Point meeting The Miriam Circle of the Paho-
Enroute home, the Carpenters The acting associate director.
"Where you are a stranger but I kee WSCS held the first meetingof
Baptist Church 1962-63 visited Niagara Falls, Chicago and Dr. Hans Gaffron, has contributed I
once. year, Monday 'evening, 1
.. ... at the home of the circle chairman, the Lake Michigan area; attended for more than 30 years most of V
the National Horse Show at the time at of
University Chicago,
SUNDAY: St. Peter's Lutheran Mrs. E. D. Sims. Other incoming
Shelbyville, Tenn. and visited Rev. to a growing body of knowledge
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School circle officers are Mrs. H. H. Hen-
Church Belle Glade and Mrs. Donald Padgett and fam- about photosynthesis, the processby
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship dry, vice-chairman; Mrs. Howard
ily in Chattahoochee. which plants use solar radiation
6:30 m.--Training Union Holman
p. secretary; Mrs. Ernest
-. I in the manufacture of food.
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship August Koerber, Pastor Maxwell, treasurer; Mrs. R. G.

WEDNESDAY:' 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Whiteside, spiritual life chairman; Business Meeting The institute combines primarilyan

7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting SUNDAY: Mrs. John Zimmerman, hospitalityand II interdisciplinary approach by
Divine Services 11 A. M. local church activities; Mrs.E. Held By TEL ClassThe chemists, on the one side, and biologists -
on the other, to a study of
School 9:45 A. M.
Church Of God O. Winch, membership; Mrs. J.
T.E.L. Class of the Canal, molecular structure of living
T. Pickett
.. flowers; Mrs. Nannie
Barfield Highway Point Baptist Sunday School held things. Also participating in the
Mallory, sunshine and Mrs. James
i Schroder Circle In Vann, aid to the bereaved. the first business meeting of the program are psychologists, phy-
fall season at the home of Mrs. sicists, statisticians and mathe-
Pahokee, Fla.J. First Meet Of YearMrs. I "The Lifted Christ" was the top- I
W. Hughes Minister ic of the program presented by Frank O'Connell on Monday afternoon maticians. ..
I with Mrs. J. D. Latham
t Phone 924-3736 Mrs. H. H. Hendrix. She was as-
Robert C. Hatton presented elected Other BILL'S TEAM A WINNERBill "
SUNDAY: sisted by Mrs. Howard Holman,I president, presiding.
the program and devotionals at. officers selected for the of Paho-
9:45 a. m.--::Sunday School Mrs. Frank Rosenberg and Mrs. new year Maxson graduate

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship the first meeting of the season of I Ernest Maxwell :Mrs. R. G. White-I are :Mrs. W. S. Evans, teacher; kee high school and former member -

7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- the Vena Mae Schroder Circle of I side gave the devotionals.It I Mrs. M. F. George, asistant teacher of the Blue Devil squad, is attending -

viceTUESDAY and Mrs. R. L. Hawk Sr., sec I Emory and Henry Col-
was announced that
the Pahokee WSCS Monday at the a rum-
: retary. lege in Virginia. His team won its
home of the chairman Mrs. J. L. mage sale would be held as special
7:30 p. .-Prayer Service Mrs. Hatton's, fund raising project in November.Mrs. Refreshments were served by first game from a larger school on

THURSDAY: Tyson. program Frank the hostess to eleven members Saturday by ,a score of six to three.
Rosenberg was welcomed -
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ topic was "Our Pledges" and the during the social hour. Bill was in the midst of the fracas.
Service theme of ,the devotionals was I as a new member. .4-
Mrs. Sims and Mrs. Nannie Mallory -
The full slate of circle officers co-hostess, served refresh- and Mrs. Joe E. Thompson T. W. Reeves of Pelican
Canal Point First ments during the social ,hour.
for the year in 'addition to the accompanied their daughter, Yvonne Lake and Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
ChurchElder chairman are Mrs. R. C. Hattonvicechairman Glade attendedthe
Baptist to DeLand Saturday where Weathers of Belle
; Mrs. Lloyd Hund Miss Bilda HayesHas she entered Stetson University as graduation from basic trainingof
R. E. Barfield ley secretary; Mrs. W. S. Plumer -
Birthday PartyA a freshman. Yvonne participatedin James Bryant at the Marine

SUNDAY: treasurer; Mrs. Richard Nason, the early admissions and ad- Base at Parris Island, S. C., this

10:00 a. .-Sunday School sunshine; Mrs. John Hatton Chris- "sweet sixteen" vanced studies eight-week pro- week. James who is a 1962 graduate -
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship tian social relations; Mrs. L. L. surprise party
gram at Stetson this summer, and of Pahokee High School, Is
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. Shirley, hospitality; Mrs. Ralph Saturday evening, at the ,
was able to skip her senior year the grandson of Mrs. Reeves and
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Johnson, spiritual life; ,Mrs., R. B. PahokeeVomen's Club Building in high school. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Weathers.
WEDNESDAY honoring Miss Hilda Hayes on the
: Simonson membership; Mrs. Jess

7:30. p. m.-Midweek Prayer Elliott flowers, and Mrs. Louis anniversary of her birthday. -

Service Davis aid to the bereaved.It Hostesses were Miss Julia John- '\,: -,- .- P'II1 !
1"f i i" t fntuvr ifif If r*'vyi w
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: was announced that circle son, Miss Andrea Funderburk and ,

7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary members would be responsible for Miss Eloise Elliott.
Meeting. A color scheme of pink and blue
placing flowers in the church san
.. was used in decorating the hall and WANTEDEXPERIENCED
ctuary during October I
in icing the beautiful "sweet six-
The Church Of God Mrs. Richard Nason, sunshine
teen" cake. A "limbo"
chairman, will be assisted in remembering -
Of I contest and and dancing
Prophecy PahokeeCanal other games -
the shut-ins at Thanks FIELD
Point Road. giving by Mrs. J. T. Boynton and were enjoyed approximately
t- 100 classmates and friends of the
Mrs. R. L. Hatton.
John H. Kinard, pastor Lists of the coupons to be col honoree who received many lovely
10:00 a. .-Sunday School
m. gifts.
lected for the Children's Homewere
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service Chaperones Mrs. E. C.
distributed, to members.Mrs. -
7:45 p. m:":Evangelistic Service Ida Larrimore is the general chair Johnson, Mrs. Marie Funderburk, Sugar Cane Harvest

8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hayes and
man to receive these coupons.
8:00 p. m. Thursday W.MJ3. Mrs. Annie
Members will meet next month.
Everyone welcome. Special music -
and singing. October 16, at the home of Mrs. See Luis De Armas or

... Lloyd Hundley. Senior Girl Scouts

Holy Nativity Held Monday MeetingAn Bob Beardsley

Episcopal ChurchPahokee Rainbow Meeting organizational meeting of

Scheduled MondayThere Pahokee Senior Girl Scout Troop GLADES COUNTY SUGAR

38 was held at the Johnson Clinic

.. Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar will be a meeting, ndaynight. Building Monday night with"Mrs. GROWERS COOPERATIVE

SUNDAY: in the Masonic Hall of the Ethel Johnson: troop leader in
10 a. m.-Sunday School Pahokee Assembly, Order of Rain charge. ASSOCIATION, INC. -

11:00 a. m.-Worship Service bow for Girls. Plans will be completed Troop 38 will meet ,each Monday -

.. for the installation of Miss evening at 7:00 p. m. at the 317 West Sugarland HighwayP.

:' St. Mary's Catholic Velma Williams, newly elected Johnson Clinic and all interested

.; worthy advisor, which is scheduledfor I girls from the 9th through the 0. Box 1148 Clewiston, Fla.
Church Sunday September 30. Miss I.12th grade are invited to attend.

Gale Sears outgoing worthy ad- Phone YU3-2381 Or YU3-2401

Father Francis Fennech Pastor visor will preside and Mrs.

Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. Hughes mother advisor, will be visiteel I

't;Confessions;' -, 'before" Mass, : charge' of'..the meeting.' past weekend. '


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;. The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Friday. September 21, 1962

" Pahokee's OpenerContinued Ladies Night For I Lytal Speaker At I Coffee In Honor !, refreshments.Mrs. R. Lester Hatton gave a.

, Canal Point LionsThe I Sorority RusheesThe I talk on the aims and purposes of

.,. ( From Page 1)' I! Pahokee I Beta Sigma Phi and how they are ;
Clewiston.46-0 as halfback Dan RotaryCounty
Canal Point Lions Club will I home of Mrs. Joe Hatton, applied in the Beta Omicron Chap
Gibson scored four touchdownslast
observe "Ladies Night" next Monday Jr., was the scene, Tuesday morn-
week while Forest Hill ter.Mrs.
evening, September 24, at 7:30 Commission Chairman ing, of a coffee honoring the D. L. Zaccagnino was co-
two in the 1st
over scores
p. m. at the Community Building Lake Lytal of West Palm Beach "rushees" of Beta Omicron Chap- hostess with Mrs. Hatton.
quarter and dropped Ft. Pierce ,
There will be an out of town speaker spoke to Pahokee Rotarians Thursday ter of Beta Sigma Chi Sorority. L
13-0. So whatever the results the
and special guests will be the noon. The chairman told the Appointments of cut glass and ":;iv>SFIED ADS PAYDIVIDENDS
odds on Seacrest's defending its
teachers of the Canal Point srhool I Rotarians-in a two part talk- sterling silver were used in serving ,; :!
crown should be considerably more
and their husbands and wives. about operation of county business .
settled after its trip this week. I ,
Other invited guests will be Mrs. and plans for the new Florida Atlantic ---- -- f
Favored Riviera Beach lost
Glenn Powell, president of the Ca- University at Boca Raton ,iffiMJrivxriftyivxiSYiGAY'S! !, ,',ro}7\11'7'\f'jT' t.roij ,jm"7'f"7"IT''fft; ;
seven fumbles and couldn't stop
nal Point Garden Club and Mrs. scheduled to open for the Junior
. Stuart recorded 18-6
as an
passes W. E. McCall, president of the Canal and Senior years only in the fall of I
triumph in these teams' opener GARAGE
Point Parent-Teachers Associ 1962. _
Friday. Rusty Bond passed; for all ation. t
three Tiger touchdowns two toKen AND WELDING
Foote. I Women To Profit

, The conference broke even in Industrial Show From Course On TVThe 262. BELLE GLADE RD.-NEXT TO VERN'S BODY SHOP

four non-league jousts Friday. I In State ShowcaseWEST DAY PHONE 924-7859 NIGHT 924-7131
Belle Glade smothered Cardinal
l Florida Federation of Wom-
Gibbons of Ft. Lauderdale 66-0 and
Pahokee laced Naples 28-0. But PALM BEACH The en's Clubs Consumer Division an- Portable Welding General Repairs

44-20 and Florida Council of 100 will sponsoran nounces that the bargainin "
Vero fell at Key West biggest Welding Service

Palm Beach was whipped 25-0 by industrial exhibit rt the Flor- years is coming your way, and

Stanahan in Ft. Lauderdale. ida Showcase in New York City here it is free. One of the aims of I I .

from Oct. 29 through Nov. 16, Fred the "Consumer: Division" is that
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lo. Dickinson, council chairman, every club member will profit from
Friend Home Is l 1 I has announced.In participation in the educational t-++H++++++:++c+. I : I t I++++++#-H-S I 1 I 1 1 1 M I 1 I I 1 It.

cooperation with the Florida portion of the Florida Federation
, Scene Circle MeetingMembers
Development Commission, various program, merely by watching a THEATRESPRINCE

council members have indicated I TV program.Yes .

of the Simonson-Lair I their firms will enter exhibits and starting on September 25,

Circle of the Pahokee Woman's. will attend a special opening day each of you will greatly benefit by LAKE DRIVE-IN
Christian Service met ,
Society of kick-off on Monday Oct. 2:. looking at CBS's new college
circle chairman, Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
at the home of the
"New York council members will credit course, "The American
afternoon - -
Frank Friend -
Mrs. ,
sponsor a meeting of leading corp- Economy" at 6:30 a. m. You may -2BfGFEATtmES-
oration executives of that area to register at any college or university -
program attend a Florida industrial clinic, for college credit or just be- I
chairman, presented the program 3 UNDAY-MOND AY-TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 23-24-25
cocktail party ard banquet", come a more competent consumerby
based the study book, "Called
on SEPTEMBER 23-24-25
Dickinson explained. "We expect tuning in the series. "THESUNDOWNERS"
Confronted, and Compelled. Mrs.
Gov. Farris Bryant to address the Mrs. C. M. Todd president
Holman had an instructive -
prepared banquet", Dickinson said, "and all Pahokee Woman's Club. "A DA"
to illustrate her talk.
poster members of the Florida Council of DEBORAH KERR AND

She was assisted in presenting the 100 have been invited to attend." Mrs. Horace Hartsell and two SUSAN HAYWARD AND nO EnTUTCIIUl1
Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Sr., .
study by
sons of Lake Wales, are the guests DEAN MARTIN -ALSO-
Mrs. William McClenithan and
I :Mrs. Russell Maxson was the this week of her grandparents, Mr. i I
Mrs. R. H. Watson. IN TECHNICOLOR "The Rebel Set"new
weekend guest of friends in Mel- and Mrs. H. G. Boynton in Canal

(Prayer"Fellowship Fellowship of ) Intercession"cards, which bourne. Point. I<< : : J I I : I 1 : I : t" : t lIt I I I 1 :+1-" 1 J I : I I 2 t : 1 I I : I I I I I

had been prepared by Mrs. JamesG. -

Thomas, Jr., spiritual life chair- "
man of the WSCS, were distrib-

uted Refreshments to members were for signing.served dur- Tarff/h 63Cheuriii t Pucks burl[ /

ing the the Florida social hour room by, the which hostessin was HPB

decorated with arrangements
beautifully -
of garden flowers. Round trip from Detroit to the end of a J'

RUN. TOUGHEST UNDER THE SUN. the Baja Peninsula is over 8,000 miles.


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and was flown back to the ;
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years ago
hospital at Lakeland, Wednesday .:. Millions
.; :{ a proving groundfor
trucks that man can never
The Texas specialist has recom-
duplicate. Today it is known as
mended a specific medical treat- .
the Baja (bah' hah) California
ment instead of surgery and stat-
Peninsula Mexico.
ed that Mr. Jaudon should be able ,

to resume his business duties in These pictures give you only a

the not too distant future. Mr. bare idea of the place. The roadis

Jaudon was accompanied to Hous- sX fine for 140 miles below the

ton by his sister, Mrs. Wiley Tillisof ; U.S. border. Then the beating

Pahokee and his wife Mrs. begins. Rocks find hard-baked

Lila Jaudon. rA ruts bang jab and jerk the trucks

aN y j. ? from stem to stern. Loose sand

VISITS IN ILLINOIS r S makes them struggle and strain.

Dust chokes them. Heat roasts

Mrs. T. C. O'Steen left last week 1.- them. Rivers drench them.

for Mt. Prospect 111., and is visit The Baja Run took this Chev-

ing her son-in-law and daughter, rolet truck caravan 17 days to go

.Mr. and Mrs. Joe King and family. the 1,066 miles.

She plans to remain there for several All the trucks performed magnifi

weeks while her nine year cently. Not one was forced to

granddaughter Carolyn King, who drop out because of mechanical
is ill with endo-carditis is in the : : difficulty.

Children's Memorial. Hospital in Trucks that can take this kind of

Chicago.MORTGAGE. beating can take on your toughest -

truck jobs. Come in now and

see tough quality-built '63 Chev-
AT m"TI 'rllnrn m"t J '\ J '\ J '\
rolet trucks with all their new im

: provements.

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Sometimes the caravan crept along for hours in low gear. It QUALITY TRUCKS COST LESS
(X) DIERCIAL FARM I took 17 days to go 1,066 miles This is the road near Loreto.


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