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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 28, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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I 28, 1962CIRCULATING PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN

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I Glades Sugar House Road Parents To SellSubscriptions

CARLOT LOADING AND VALUE OF

I Assured When State Gives VEGETABLES 1961-62 To

Everglades NewsParents

Iii j) R-W Across Prison LandTuesday's Glades Area Of Palm of Canal Point school

I children are working in a deter-
action in Tallahasee Lt. Cary Named t. Beach County mined effort to raise cash to buy
'iji by the Internal Improvement air conditioners for the local
Aide To GeneralLt. +
\ Fund trustees in granting one mile school. Engineers have consulted
,: of 100 foot road right-of-way t Commodity Carload Equiv. Value with the parents and school offic-

t, across Glades State Prison Farm l'fartinV.. Cary has been appointed ; Beans, .....u..u..nn_............. 1431 $ 3,190,414.50 ials and say that eight units will
( lands to the new Glades SugarHouse Aide, de Camp to Briga- | be necessary.
dier General Joseph R. Russ at Ft. | Cabbage ..... 1448 1,332,739.20
northeast of Belle Glade, """"""" Last week on Saturday in frontof

I comes as good news to the Palm Carson, Colorado Springs Colo., | Chinese Cabbage ............ 226 272,104.00 Echols Grocery the parentssold
Beach County Commission who according to word received here tasty home made cakes iu
i I two weeks ago were refused the by relatives.Lt. :$ Celery.............................."8241 15,460,116.00. their first money raising effort or

same request. I Cary, a graduate of the Corn ...._?......................... 8131 13,701,666.00 T the school year. Beginning this
i Granting of the much-needed United States Military Academyat week they will sell subscriptions to
right-of-way and building of the West Point, 'has been stationedat |=:=: Endive ............................ 937 1,286,032.50 I I The Everglades News and for their

proposed new road to the mill will Ft. Carson since March, 1962, Escarole .......m................ 1135 1,532,250.00 air conditioning fund they will receive -
alleviate traffic at the intersectionof and prior to his appointment as t a handsome share of the
SR 15 and Airport Road according Aide to the General, was assignedto | Boston Lettuce .............. 125 204,000.00 = $2.00 per year subscription price.
to CommissionerPaul the 6th Battallion, 21st Artill- : Leaf Bibb & f Newsis
County :|t The price of The Everglades
Rardin, Canal Point, who assured ery. He is married to the former :} the same as it was the day it
a delegation from Belle Miss Corinne Collins of Pahokee, | Iceberg Lettuce .....-.... 80 96,768.00 was established in March back in

Glade :Monday that full and complete daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Minter |1 Lettuce & Romaine ........ 277 335,059.20 1924. So, here is your opportunityto
cooperation would be forth- Collins Sr.County. "i. subscribe for local news-
I, ?: Parsley......-..................... 170 360,570.00 your
coming from the County Board in paper and assist the school par-

..I solving the traffic problems in the Agents In | Pepper ..........:.......:-....._.. 117 243,000.00 f.: ents in a splendid.. project.
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Glades. Commissioner Rardin expressed ,
|: Potatoes. .....:......:.........._.. 413 678,393.80 *
delight today over action'
-._'_..-. by the Tallahassee.group.and said Sugar Cane MeetCounty .Radishes _...............,...._....,.1382 2,587,104.00. New Belle GladeP.
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that construction of the proposednew .. fq ash;tr.....-::.:...?:.....:.... ,48 '108,600.00 .
road will start in the immedi- 0. Dedication Is I
ate future. agents from Glades, .

The 100-foot right of way will Hendry, Palm Beach and Indian i> Total ...............:...........24,161 $41,388,817.20

provide a second route to U. S. 441 River counties held a day long ..( Coastal Area .................. 9186 22,694,248.00 f Set For October 21
from the mill site east of Belle I
meeting Tuesday with sugarcane t

Glade. research scientists of the USDA I, P. B. County Total ...:.. 33,347 $64,083,065.20 I Belle Glade Chamber of Commerce -
State Prison Director Louis +
Wainwright argued against the Sugarcane Field Station ''at Canal i 1 is spearheading plans for

grant declaring the road, which Point. The four counties represented I lIt 1 1 lit 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 H 1 I I I 1 1 1 : 1 : 1 1 1 1 : : 1 }.>>< : 1 1* the dedication on Sunday, October
will run through the state prison constitute the major areas --, .. 21, of Belle Glade's new Post Of-
farm, would increase prison security where a significant expansionof
Frank Hobson Is fice building.
problems. South Florida's burgeoningsugar Lions To Sell Lite
Chamber president Bob Lee
But Gov. Farris Bryant and oth- industry is under way. New 111 In Hospital
mills are being built or expanded called a meeting Monday night at
er Cabinet members said they felt sugar Bulbs In PahokeeBob I
failure to grant the right of way in each of these countiesto Frank Hobson, currently principal the Chamber of Commerce of his
would hamper operation of the 51- grind approximately 140,000 I of Forest Hill High School appointed committee heads to for-
member co-op'a big mill. I acres of sugarcane ready for har- Maxson, social studies suffered a series of light heart mulate plans for the afternoon
The new road will give the coopa vest during the coming season. teacher at Pahokee High School, attacks Monday, and is a patientin dedication activities.
second route for trucks that will County agents in attendancewere I Room 211, St. Mary's Hospital, Postmaster Rosa Nash announced -
was guest speaker at the luncheon ,
carry cane cut from 22,000 acres M. U. Mounts, Raleigh S. West Palm Beach, for two weeks C. Banks Gladden Regional Di-
of 'member land Into the mill for Griffis, R. K. Price, John H. Caus- meeting of the Pahokee Lions'of observation and rest. Mr. Hob- rector of the Postal Department
grinding and out again for ship- ey Frank L. Polhill and Billy O. Club Tuesday, with the president son is well known throughout Palm of Atlanta, will attend. Other dignitaries -
ment to refineries. Bass. Also present were D. W. Kyle Scott, presiding. Introducedby Beach County, having served as will include CongressmanPaul
a'? _. -The Cabinet, sitting as the Jones and J. R. Henderson, Agricultural High School Principal, Brooks one of the first football coaches in Rogers, providing his sched-
f *"& -". Trustees of the Internal Improvement I Extension Service Uni- Henderson Mr. Maxson spoke on Pahokee, and as principal of the ule will permit, and State Repre
? 'R Fund, also sold 208 acres of versity of Florida, Gainesville. "Americanism Versus Commun- Belle Glade schools before moving sentative Emmett S. Roberts.
land to another sugar company The following USDA researchers -" ism," the course that is required to West Palm Beach. Special invitations will also be
Tuesday.U. lectured on their respective to be offered each year.. 'I -- .- sent to all County and City of-
S. Sugar Corp. bought the fields of scientific investigation: It was announced that next ficials and Belle Glade civic club
land for $25,901, a figure based on Dr. E. H. Todd, Plant Pathologist, Tuesday night October 2, will be I Local School Is heads.
Engineer William Kidd's appraisal Sugarcane diseases and their con-' the big night in the annual light The date for the dedication was '
v value of $124 an acre. trol: Preston H. Dunckelman Re- bulb sales drive. The whole town Presented extended to the last possible dead
The company had asked to buy search Agronomist and sugarcane will be canvassed doortodoor.The FlagAn line to make sure the street in
the land last August but Trustees breeder, Sugarcane breeding: Carl sale of light bulbs is being front of the new building f Is completed -
postponed action until an on the O. ,Grassl Botanist Taxonomy of. featured at this time by Lions American flag was present- Mrs. Nash said. "We've
spot survey of area land values sugarcane and interspecific breed- Clubs in Palm Beach, Broward and been assured by city officials all
could be made and a favorable report ing; Edwin R. Rice, Research Agronomist Dade Counties. Previous drives in i ed to the class of James T. Threlkeld will be in order by this date," she
on the proposed sale brought Sugarcane varieties and Pahokee have been most successfuland in the Canal Point School by added.
action by the Trustees. field practices; Bascom A. Belcher a good response is expectedthis Kenneth Jinright, commander of Executive director I. L. Price
Research Agronomist and station year since a top product is 828 Boys Woodcraft of Woodmen will be making calls during the
superintendent, Sugarcane being offered at a reasonoble price.A of the World and Ray Jin- next two weeks verifying the plan-
Local PTA Meeting varieties and variety reference package of eight assorted bulbs right, advisor. They were assistedin ned program and getting workers
collection; James R. Gifford, Entomologist will cost only $2.00. Minter Collinsis the presentation by 'Bobby lined up to help on arrangements. i
Next Monday NiteThe Sugarcane insects and general chairman of the cam- Tucker of Pelican Lake and John A final planning meeting of the
their control. paign, and A. J. Gamot and Dr. R. Taylor of Canal Point.The committee is scheduled for October
After the series of- lectures a C. Lane are team captains. Boys of Woodcraft meet on 15th.
Canal Point ParentTeacher tour was conducted throughoutthe Proceeds from the light bulb sale tHe first and third Thursdays _of Tentative plans call for the pro- !
Association will meet Monday facilities and experimentalplots will be used to help finance the each month at the home of W. E. gram platform to be erected in
night at 8 o'clock in the school of the experiment. station. Lions Club sight conservation pro- Cato in Belle Glade. Any boys from front of the post office building. I
cafetorium. The guest speakerwill gram and other worth-while com- 8 to 15 who are interested, are in- Visitors will be conducted on a t
be a member of the Florida JUNIOR CATTLEMEN SLEET munity activities.The vited to attend. guided tour of the modern manhandling -
Highway PatroL Mrs. W. EL Mc- There will be a meeting of the speaker next week will be facilities by postal em
Call, president, will preside. Junior Cattlemen's Association at John H. Howell, who is the new Mrs. J. W. Vann is a patient at ployees.,
An executive board meeting at 7:30 Monday night October 1, at Diversified Cooperative Training Good Samaritan Hospital. West Mrs X. L. Price is hospitality
7:15 will proceed the regular meet- the Vocational Agricultural Department coordinator in the local high Palm Beach where she underwent chairman In charge" of refresh.'
ing. at Pahokee High School school. surgery on Tuesday. ments.


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LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF


THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing

Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without''

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years

f Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday

t Subscription"Price"$2.00 Year In Advance

i The Everglades News'Is'Entered at the Post Office

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cination was a hindrance to more
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for vaccination, and the vaccine Chevrolet's parade of new products for 1963 (right; center), and the new and startling Corvette
I includes four lines. Heading the list, which will Sting Ray Sport Coupe, the epitome of advanced'
: fkrldoTo and serum are free-furnished by be announced on September 28, is the.luxurious styling. Chevrolet's wide choice of passenger can I
.0.J .A .. .,'", the state. That small investment Impala Sport Coupe (bottom); Chevy II 4-Door includes 33 models in addition to 6 variations
I Sedan (left center), Corvair Monza Club Coupe with special optional power-train combinations
could save an animal worth a lot ".. ...

wipe out hog cholera in FlOr- more but I can't seem to get that I an animal gets it, it's death is in- Ceramic tile is one of the world's Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crews hadas

.ida we're going to need the co-op- across to the owners." I II evitable. oldest building materials, Its their house guests, this week,

eration of every hog owner, includ- At' one location where this vet When it's established on a state- smooth surface is impervious to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Axel
ing those who keep only a few erinarian had been called to vac wide basis, continued vaccinationof dirt stains and scratches and repels Jensen of West Palm Beach, and

head. cinate a few pigs for a couple of new pigs at the proper age moisture. This makes it especially her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
Our Florida Hog Cholera Eradi- owners, there was a long row of I should keep Florida's swine free of appropriate for kitchens and I and Mrs. E. C. Williams and son,
cation committee has lot
spent a pens, each with only a few hogs. cholera. bathrooms. Mike, of Belle Glade.
of time and effort in the past two .
"What about the rest of these ani- -
years preparing for an all-out pro-
mals?" the veterinarian asked. c
gram to wipe out this costly:swine iy
Vice Pres.
"Do these other folks want their LytaI
disease within our state.
pigs vaccinated, too?" Nobody else
When Congress appropriates seemed to be interested, he was in-
money to start a nationwide'eradi- State Association Sales
Cattle
formed. In other words, they justdidn't Monday :
cation program (action is expectedsoon want to be bothered. -- .
), and the U. S. Departmentof
Agriculture decides how the Winding up his ,remarks after I This being election year, it has
funds shall be used in cooperatingwith had discussed his problem, he add- particular significance for County Are regularly' held at the Glades Livestock Market -

state programs, we expect to ed: "But it isn't just the hog;own- Commissioner Lake Lytal who has which is owned and operated by more than 120
be ready get.our Florida' pro- ers who neglect to protect their two victories to his 'credit and no Florida Cattlemen.
gram underway. animals. I find the same attitude opposition in the general, electionin
Intensive education among'' our many times among cattle owners November. You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here ::

hog farmers, and extensive vac- -they just don't want to be both- In May Lytal won the Demo- at this Market. We make an effort at all'times to give :

cination of pigs to protect, them ered with vaccination to protect cratic primary for his post as an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us
against the disease are two im- 'their'animals against brucellosis county commissioner and will starta trial. 4d
portant procedures which the state (Bangs disease) so they continueto new term in January since he has |
committee has*proposed. lose calves." no Republican opposition in No : : : : : : : : :
In the latest monthly'report' of * vember. f I

new cholera outbreaks in the You can see. that education is Last week he was in Miami for I SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. nu Ii
state, I found an item that gave going to be a big job once we start i a meeting of the State Association i

me some concern. After I'inquiredinto on hog cholera eradication. But our of, County Commissioners and I *

the details, I'm convinced the state committee, which includes I handily won the office of Associa- Glades Livestock Market ;
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educational part of our forthcoming representatives from all segmentsof tion vice president over two op
program is going to be: a big the swine industry plus Exten- ponents.
task-and vitally important'. sion Servvice, universities; experi- ----.. ASSOCIATIONOn
.The item referred to concerneda ment stations and State and Fed- Mrs. J. H. Miller has returnedto Pahokee-Belle Glade Road '

Polk county herd of 100 hogs. eral livestock regulatory officials, her home after a recent visit Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager ;
The local veterinarian had reported has: laid the ground work for an with Dr. and Mrs. Lou Lombardand
60 of the animals were ill with intensive effort. This will be hand-
girls in Miami. yy\\l. &i &K& IjJMI\.v..Y'M4fJ..Y! >>.Y.JtA.u.VjjJ.v.JI1..u. V.-i'' \lJiiJJl.ID\1TI i.\LJ
cholera. The final outcome was led by county committees, and even I
that the owner lost the entire herd. local committees in areas where

The reason: he had introduced un- hog population is heavy.
vaccinated pigs to his premIsesand Also, it is planned to promotethe
failed to have them vaccinated widest possible vaccination of ,

after he bought them. This, in hogs on a purely voluntary basis A LITTLE RECREATION
spite of the fact that he had had for the first six months after of-

:.his herd wiped out by cholera jficial start of the eradication program :

About two years previously and, After' that, however, vaccination WITH YOU IN MIND IS PROVIDED BY YOUR i ;l ,
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the will be ,
:ignoring urgent warnings(; by mandatory. .
-veterinarian. ,had continued to. use After the first six months, no I 't
the same premises for more unvaccinated hogs maybe moved in Florida from 1
animals. farm to farm or through stockyards I Everglades Federal
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"I did my level best to convince to farms unless they have been
throwing vaccinated against cholera at least
him he was just money "
away if he didn't have his pigs pro- 21 days prior to movement. Also, All-work and no play makes for a tedious life. Therefore, here at the
tected by vaccination" the veterinarian any hogs passing through stock-
said. "But he, and a lot yards and livestock markets which Everglades Federal we thought you would like to hear Universityof :

of other hog owners, just don't have not been vaccinated against Florida foot ball games this fall and we've made arrangementsto
want to be bothered. When their cholera at,least 21 days prior
hogs get sick they call me-but thereto may be sold only for sponsor them on WSWS. So, be sure and tune in and get the

then it's too late." his I slaughter. colorful play by play description. right from the playing fied. It is I
The farmer had been buying
pigs from other farmers in the The problem of what to do about just another small part that we like to play in a'- wonderful conl-

wondered if the cost of vac- wild hogs has been considered by
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the state committee. Here's the munity that has so good to us.EVERGLADES. : i

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answer: Once vaccination of all

BUSINESS ,SPOT FOB domestic hogs has been accomp- '. \!
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nates all of his pigs as they come FEDERALSavings' j jI

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where Grace's- wild hogs take care of themselves. ;
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.Beauty'Parlor moved out yes
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I be, protected so, ,if any pockets of ACCOUNTS INSURED BY-'FEDERALSA"\'lNGS_ AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP. .
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torotKer business. Calf Paul they arc. due to. disappear bs the, .. .
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;4 f ; :Here Is What Transpired ,At. 'Monday's Senior Girl ScoutIs -Large Percentage fCane'Barvest'WiII


f i Meeting Of The Palm Beach Mounted Troop
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1962 Seniors Bring Problems f
It Members of Senior Girl Scout

Iq 1 i County CommissionBids Troop 38 voted to become a mounted -

troop at a meeting held at the To;CollegeTwentysix A fast growing sugar industryin

J Johnson Clinic Monday night. of-
I'' the Everglades is causing
: .. for a new county civil de- Set a special meeting of the The meeting was opened with a ficials in the western part of Palm

:f: fense headquarters were opened commission for October 1 at 10:30 flag ceremony. of the 45 membersof Beach County to anticipate a

; Monday by the County Commission a. m. An election of officers was held the Pahokee High School Class severe traffic problem. Cause of
and the low bidder I of 1962 are continuing their formal
j t apparent Heard I and Julia Johnson was elected -, the traffic problem according to
: : was Howard Cook general contractor that the State Road Department -j president Linda Sheffield vice- education this fall in colleges or I
1 I ; I I Glades officials, will be the huge
I at a price of ;55699. had turned down a request -i| president; Andrea Funderburk, other institutions of higher learn trucks to be used in hauling cane
The new operations for, for a left turn lane for I
building ing.
secretary; Karen Reed treasurerand I to the mills-an operation expected -
civil defense emergencies will be southbound traffic on U. S. High- Sharon Reed, club reporter. Seven of the young men have to get underway early in No-

J built near Palm Beach International way 1 and NE 4th Ave. in Boynton There will be a meeting Satur- joined the Armed Forces one vember.

,1\ Airport and will be jointly Beach. day afternoon at 3 p. m. at the young lady has married and the Fully aware of the situation is

\1 i I financed by county and federal Voted to have county forces home of Mrs. Ethel Johnson, troop remaining 11 members of the class County Commissioner Paul Rar-

funds. proceed with reconstruction of leader for further discussion of' the are either employed or have not din, Canal Point, who told a delegation -

In other actions this week the Blossom curve on State Road AlAin mounted troop. completed plans for the immediate of Belle Glade officials

commission: Palm Beach. Signed Sharon Reed future. I I Monday that every effort will be

Made plans to have county rep- Received a resolution from the I club reporter. Palm Beach Junior College was made to bring about methods of
I resentatives at a meeting. between Boca Raton commission asking
the choice of eight of the graduates -
.. smoothing out the expected traffic
i ..property owners and the Belvedere that a bridge across the inland including Willie, Carson snarl.

Water Company to discuss water I waterway be built at 32nd St. in Cub Pack Meeting Adams, Vicki Alley, Mike Batista, He said the counthas already

11' and sewer service for Belvedere that city. The board said no plans James Batchelor Jr., Paul Collier completed Duda Road extension
I Homes and The had been made for such a project.
adjacent areas. Linda Livingston Rebecca Mac- :
and the state is rebuilding Vinegar
will be held at the Marine Voted to acquire right of Was Held
4 meeting way TuesdayThe key and Mairam Lucia Sanchez. Bend and Okeelanta roads to help
Corp Reserve headquarters 8 m. needed for southern extension of
1 p. I The six attending Florida State carry the expected traffic. In addition
I Oct. 1.Methodists. Kirk Road.
on University are Rebecca Grimes, Rardin told the delegation,
--------------------------- - - - - - first meeting of the 1692-63 Janette Harrington Patsy Keene,
I f recent conferences with state officials -

I; Name Miss Mary Holt Is year of Cub Pack 623 was held Bonnilu Lair, Marilyn Sue Sheri- have promise of bringing

Tuesday night at the Pahokee dan and Katherine Young. needed right-of-way for Sugar

Wed To J. L. BryantMiss Methodist Church with Cubmaster Robert Boe and John ..undleyare House Road which will open an

62-63 S. S. Teachers Mary Quinell Holt daughter W. O. (Bill) Moss in charge. attending the University of entirely new route from field to
Florida Marjorie Kaha, Univer-
; mill and will take a large amountof
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of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Holt of I The meeting was opened with a
sity of Georgia; Yvonne Thompson traffice off Airport Road.
The Sunday School teachers for Pahokee, became the bride of I prayer and the Cubs of Den IV Stetson University; WilliamL. The delegation told the commis-

the 1962.63 year were announcedat James Leon Bryant, son of David I I I conducted the flag ceremony. (Bill) Maxson Emory and sion that the sugar cane harvest
Leon Bryant of Belie Glade, Saturday -
the meeting of the Commissionon Cubmaster welcomed the par- Henry College; Martha Batista, would bring large numbers of

Education of the Pahokee afternoon September 22, at ents and boys and explained some Betty Melba Johnson and Brenda trucks over Ice Plant Road, Airport -

Methodist Church held Monday the Church of God on Barfield of the requirements and goals of Sue Miller Charron Williams Road and State Roads 441 and
Highway, with the pastor Rev. J.
l night with the chairman, W. D. Cub Scouting. Commercial College; Alice Elaine SO. In addition to the harvest

Howard presiding.Mrs. W. Hughes performing the cere- Awards made during the evening Hurt, Florida College of Medical trucks-55 footers hauling 20 toms-

John C. Hatton will be sup' mony. ,I were Webelos badges and Technology; Faye Dayton, Jones of cane-this same network of
Given in marriage by her father,
erintendent of the nursery department ; three-year service stars to Guy Business College; Sue Brower and ; roads will have to handle traffic
i the bride wore a street length I
assisted by Mrs. Thor Hat- Wood, Bill Howard, Omar Adams, Penny Ann McKinstry, beautician from the vegetable fields and autos
dress of white organdy with fitted :
ton, Mrs. E. B, Elliott and Mrs. Hank Tucker Danny Denton, courses at Palm Beach Vocational belonging to workers in the sugar
bodice and full skirt. She wore a :
Richard, Nason. In the kindergarten Chuck Bradley, Eugene Reed School. industry.

will be Mrs. R. B. Simonson, matching headpiece with circular Frank Tillis and Lance McMichael.The Jimmy Thomas Jackson and Belle Glade Chief Charles Good-
veil and carried a colonial bouquet
supt. and Mrs. Bob Apelgren; primary Webelos badge is the highest John Thomas Russom have joinedthe lett told the commission that

department, Mrs. John Zimmerman of sweetheart roses aid lace fern. award given in Cub Scouting and U. S. Air Force. Training in special lanes to handle the truck

grade 1; Mrs. Doris Max- Florida Following East a honeymoon on the the only award received in Cub the U. S. Marine Corps arc James traffic will be set up through and
Coast the
well, grade 2, and Mrs. J. L. Tyson young Scouting that can be worn on the Bryant, David Fountain Ronnie around that community.
couple will make their home in
grade 3; substitutes will be Mrs. R. Boy Scout uniform. Gamble Jimmy McElhenny and Commissioner Rardin summed up
South Bay where he is employed.
C. Lane, Miss Barbara Wright and ----- Two-year stars were awarded to William M. Johnson, Jr. Evelyn I the situation saying "I do not view

Mrs. Hugo Boe; junior department, Pat Connell, Woody Salvatore. Stacy married Jerry Rushing to with alarm the present road prob-

Mrs. J. W. Vann, grade 4; Mrs. Louie & Jerry Tell Kenneth and Gene La iter, Doug become a housewife. lems in the Glades. I view these

Laurie Justice, grade 5, and Mrs.T. Woofter Jeff Tarr, Ronald Casto Employed at various jobs or problems with sincere interest and

C. O'Steen, grade 6; substitutes, Allen Wroten Bobby Barnes, with plans still undecided are Milton deep_,concern and welcome every
Mrs. Donna Wright Miss Carolyn Rotes Of Mexico I II Sammy Brown. Rodney Guthrie." Spooner Haggins,Joe Bullock

Sellers., Mrs. W. D. Howard. Mrs. I I I Kenny Wetherington and Billy James Charles Tucker, Don Wayne-:r

Jess Elliott and Mrs. F. S. Parrish. I I Willis. Kelly, George Butler, Jo Ann Mc I new sugar concerns. I feel sure
Louie and Jerry Gold were guest !
Mrs. Lloyd Hundley will be sup- Those receiving one-year stars Kinstry,. George Rushing, Joe I that the road problem, with the
at the luncheon
speakers meetingof I
erintendent of the Junior High were Paul Cook, Jimmy Stewart Ezelle, Gary Cooper Sanders Hugh t I full cooperation of the County
the Pahokee Rotary Club, last
department. W. D. Howard will Mike Dobrow, Barry Rawls Gib Reed and Gloria Strayer. Commission, the State Road De-

teach the seventh grade and Dr. R. Thursday. Introduced by L. L. Tucker, Gene Aldridge Greg I partment and the affected cities,
L., Shirley they spoke on the cus-
Brower, Larry Grimes, Steve
C. Lane will serve as substitute.Mrs. will ultimately be solved to the-
toms and conditions in Mexico encountered Garden Club Has
Hawk, Mike Justice Wilkinson .
Hundley will be the teacher Jimmy I satisfaction of all concerned:
on their numerous tripsto o I
for grade 8, with Mr. and Mrs. H. Larry Moss and Eddie I -
that country. They stated that ,

MrS H. Hendrix Glenn serving Brower as will substitutes.teach Americans motoring in Mexico I Scroggins.Bear badges were awarded to Trees ProgramMiss I Buddy Lampi! Is

grade 9 with Mrs. J. T. Boynton must take out automobile insur-' Jeff Tarr Bobby Barnes and Billy Senior President
ance there as that held with Willis.
serving as substitute.The Celia Grant of West Palm -
American companies is not recog- Wolf
badges received
were by
senior young people will be nized. Since it is possible to live Eddie Scroggins and Mike Justice. Beach was guest speaker at the Robert O. (Buddy) Lampi, Jr.
W. D. Casto and Mrs.
taught by was elected president of the Paho-
more economically in Mexico, Mike also received a gold arrow meeting Thursday, Sept. 20, of
Evelyn Lair; the young adult class kee High School Senior Class
many Americans upon reaching silver the Canal Point Garden Club held at
and
,by Mrs. Ralph Johnson and E. B. a arrow. the annual election of class
retirement age are settling down Den I presented a Cub Scout I at the Community Building with officers
Elliott; the woman's class by Mrs. the held at the school.
Mrs. Glenn
there. There is excellent fishingand and the Cubmaster I president. Powell
ceremony an-
R. J. Schroder assisted by Mrs. an abundance of game in nounced that the theme for Octo- I presiding. Miss Grant, horticultural Other officers elected by the
Robert Hatton and Mrs. J. L. I
Mexico, with a year-round open ber will be "Heroes in Books." chairman for the State Federa- seniors were Jimmy Vandegrift,
Men's
and the Bible Class
i- Reeves I season. A question and answed It was announced that the next tion of Garden Clubs, was intro- vice president; Velma Williams,
Jack J. J. Vann and
by Johnson.A Spencer. session followed the talks. Den Mother's meeting will be held duced by Mrs. A. H. Scruggs, program I secretary; and Peggy Turner

Ralph Guests were George Young, A. October 16, at 4:30 p. m. at the chairman, and spoke on I treasurer.

banquet" for the teachers ;was. E. Kirchman, T. E. Kirchman and home of Mrs. W. O. Moss. And the ".Flowering Trees She ; Officers elected by other classesof

planned for 1l Wednesday night, W.. R. Hooker all of Belle Glade; next Pack meeting will be October :sized the importance of empl1a-1 I, the, senior-junior high school for 0the'
in the social hall with Mrs. Jess
1
John Stewart of Lake shrubs in South current
Worth and; 23 at 7:30 p. m. at the Pahokee, flowering year: eleventh grade-
Elliott in charge of arrangements. William Ritchie of Pahokee.Dr. Methodist Church. when planting family gardens .or Roger Simonson, president; Elaine

Chairman Howard and Judge J. L.Tyson E. C. Johnson, president, was The meeting was closed by all public grounds and parks. I Adams, vice president; Gloria

will. plan the program for in charge of the business session. singing "Goodnight Cub Scouts." Announcement was made of ai King secretary and Diann Hollon..

that night.It -- the landscaping course which will be!!| treasurer.
Following meeting interested -
was announced that the Rally Fanjul Tells Lions for offered to garden club membersin Tenth grade-Pat Murphy, pres-
boys registered the Cub
Day would be held Sun-
program
the near future. ident; Larry Miller vice president -
Scouting program and Cubmaster
day. Of Today's Cuba Moss gave instructions to the par- Mrs. Edward Hendriquez state ; Gail Reeves, secretary; and
landscaping and design chairman. Fay Elliott treasurer.

I Lyndell Chastain Rafael Osceola Fan jul Farms, general managerof I ents.The names fo Den Mothers will of West Palm Beach, was a. guest. Ninth grade Jack Sherrod

was guest be The members of the Belle Glade I president; Donny Martin vice
Sec'y Of Her ClassWord speaker at the "Ladies Night"meeting announced at a future date.
and the Pahokee Garden Clubs president; Jo Ellen Brown, secre-
held Monday night at the
-S-
were also invited guests. tary; and Dorothy Elliott, treas-
has been received by :Mr. I. Community Building by the Canal
.
WSCS Will Hold Hostesses for the meeting were
and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux Canal Point Lions Club. He spoke on urer.Eighth
Mrs. Glenn Powell Mrs. H. G.I grade-Timothy culls,
Point that their granddaughter, Cuba as it is now, and as it was be- Meeting Monday
Rodgers and Mrs. Ralph Duran. president; Jessie Ann Sheffield,
Mis Chastain has fore the Castro
Lyndell been
regime. The October meeting will be held vice president; Donald Branch
named secretary of the junior classof Teachers of the Canal
Point The Woman's Society of ChriS- at the home of Mrs. G. H. (Duke) secretary; and Linda Fisher
Thomasville Georgia, High school and their husbands or wives tian Service of the Pahokee Methodist Tucker. ,treasurer.

School. Lyndell is the daughter of were honored! guests.This was the Church will meet Monday .. Seventh grade-Ruthelle Van-

Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Chastain former first time in seven years that all evening at 8 p. m. at the church. AT FURNITURE SHOWINGThe degrift, president; Kathy Boyntonvice

Canal Point residents. She is members of the Canal Point facul-_ Mrs. E. D. Sims, chairman of the president; Janet Meredith,
active in the National Thespians ty had been able to attend the
Miriam Circle
will present a pro- entire force of Collins Furn secretary; and Lynn Fisher, treas-
.French Club Tri-HI-Y, Sub Deb special dinner. Wives of ,the Lions gram based on the topic "The iture Store in Pahokee attendedthe urer.

Club and also a member of the Club members were also guests. Bibical Foundation of Missions." showing of fall and winter r- .

high school choir at the First Baptist All. the ladies received hostess A talk on the World Federation,of merchandise in Mulberry, last A new record of $1,043,000 has

Church in Thomasville.a.AS8IIrl aprons as favors. Methodist Women will be Those
by
given Wednesday. attending were been contributed by Florida citizens -
-' President_ Bill Gallick and Del- :Mrs. J. R. York. L. Minter Collins, owner and man- ; :,business and organizationsto

+LD ADS IN 3HH3E mar Hooks were in charge. of ar. Mrs. Richard F. Hurt president. ager; Wayne }Mills Mrs. Frances. the*American Cancer Society's

COLUMNS PAY,BIO DIVIDENDS rangements. will preside. t ..Wood*-and'Joe Johnson. Crusade 'Florida. '.;-



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and attended Palm Beach Junior I Mrs. H. J. Anderson is a patientin

} College. She is presently employed Everglades Memorial Hospital, ,
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f PERSONAL P E 0 MS10TES E S Sf. ; as Corporation.The a secretary. at PrattWhitney 'this week. _-' ,

bridegroom-elect was a
-- iffiM iifwifwrS'tfffiFMORTGAGE, '\.t7'\t,n,il\1.,ITft
I member of the 1955 graduatingclass
t Gene Parnell has returned to I I Mrs. J. R. York visited her son-
! his studies at Florida Southern''. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. yr.: v of Pahokee High School and
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L, College, Lakeland, after spending I J. W. Beardsley in Clewiston, last v served four years in the Air Force I

the weekend with his parents, weekend.Mr. I as weather observer. He was stationed -
,; and :Mrs. E. S. Parnell. 1-ir'l'. I LOANS
in
several different states,
t and Mrs. Otis Lawson have 'I
I: returned from two week vacation I including Alaska. He is currently
Mr.: and Mrs. John A. Rogers a COMMERCIAL FARM
'.' and son, Alan, of Miami, visited his I I spent in Arkansas and Mississippi. associated with Hector Supply Co.I RESIDENCE RANCHAT
[ in Belle Glade.A .
w parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rogers I tI .4g
Mrs. A. C. Fulford of Winter .p November wedding is being i iI RATES YOU CAN
i' Laurie
and his sister, Mrs.
: Haven and Mrs. R. W. Pride, Sr. of Y I planned by the couple. AFFORD TO PAY.
and last weekend. -
Justice family I
Georgiana, Alabama, returned to I .
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, Mrs. Dorothy Kilpatrick and their homes the first of the week, The Florida Game and FreshWater FRANK: TILLIS

; Horace Kilpatrick both of Christ- after spending a week here with Fish Commission informa-I MORTGAGE INSURANCE

. mas, arrived Saturday to be with Mrs. Adeline Wroten on Barfield I tion chief Robert Dahne, has resigned IIOW" -\ Brokers
, }S
her mother, Mrs. Pearl Agner. Highway. to accept the position of 205 Worth Ave. Palm Beach
:Mr. Kilpatrick returned to Christ- director of public relations of Ma-
}.{r. and Mrs. B. C. Sims visited
mas on Sunday but she remained I rine Studios at St. Augustine. l'y..tM MI, W''. _.U.V
and
their daughtersinlaw.Mr. ,
KINCAID
sons I MISS SHIRLEY
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Larry, Sharon and Robbin, of Sims and family in Lake Worth, t-

West Palm Beach were the week- Sunday.Mr. Wed E. Wagnon
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. GA V'S GARAGE
end guests of and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and
I Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Farris Kin-
Stuckey. family visited Mr. and Mrs. R. L. I
caid, Sr., 361 East Main Street AND WELDING
Miss Linda Hand, an instructorat (Dick) Brooks and daughters, Pahokee, announce the I
Bunny and Betty, in West Palm engage-
Imperial Studios in Palm Beach ment and approaching marriage of 262 BELLE GLADE RD.-NEXT TO VERN'S BODY SHOP .
weekend herewith Beach, Sunday., :;
Towers, spent the
their daughter, Miss Shirley Ann I DAY PHONE 924-7859 NIGHT 924-7131 2I
her parents Mr. and Mrs. The Miami-based International Kincaid to Edwin Lee Wagnon,.son

Lester Hand. Airport Hotel System has set upa of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ryan Wag I Portable Welding General Repairs

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones and research kitchen where cooks are non, 931 Bacom Point Road, Pa

daughters Myra and Verlon, flew using recipes from ancient cook hokee. Welding Service

to Jackson, Miss., last weekend, books to try to recreate open The bride-elect, is a graduate of B iiyjjtyj
where they attended the Florida hearth breads. Pahokee High School, class of '59 ;t jy I I ,

University-Missisippi State football I __ _-=-_._ __ n__ _---,,- ________ ____ _
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motor to Wauchula, this weekend.
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She will be accompanied home by :

her mother, Mrs. F. J. Winchester,

who will be her house guest. %ri L4' ;

Mr. and Mrs. Al Belcher are

visiting relatives in Hendersonville -

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Mrs. J. G. Thomas was able to I ..w,,.>"." .

return to her home after being a 1::" -
Memorial =--
patient at Everglades

Hospital.Mrs. .

Robert Meyer of Miami

was the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Sr., last

Sunday.Mr. .
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and Mrs. G. T. Echols and .
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Teryl. of Canal Point were the

guests of Mr. Echols' sister, Mrs.
Cammack in Fort Myers Sunday. : :*

,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Strayer and

Dickie were weekend guests of

relatives in Tampa.Mr. .
:
and Mrs. J. S. Atkins have
returned to their Pelican Lake

home after three weeks vacation

spent in Georgia and Fort Worth,

Texas.

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Stuart of

Interlachen were the overnight

guests Friday of his parents Mr.

and Mrs. C. L. Stuart, of Canal
s a
Point.

Mrs. Wiley Tillis has returned! o
to her home after accompanyingMr.

and Mrs. Lawrence Jaudon of

Wau hula to Baylor Hospital in

.Houston. Texas.

Mrs. J. L. McCall was a busi-

:ness ,visitor in Okeechobee Wed-

nesday.

.Mrs. W. B. Elam of Glenwood,

Georgia is visiting her sisters

Mrs. Ella Sears, Mrs. Georgia Buy only: the power you can use.. get

Blair and Mrs. Eva Lowery.

Ford Cochran was a patient at ECONOMY CROWN GASOLINEThousands

St. Marys Hospital In West Palm
Beach where he underwent surg-

ery Friday and again Sunday.
of drivers are buying anti-knock] octanes they don't need-and can't
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Justice of use.But they're switching fast to new Economy Crown. Here's why:
'Vest.Palm Beach were the guests
ECONOMY CROWN is a new,economy gasoline for the many cars on the ,
of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Kelly
Sunday :'11 '" road that cannot take advantage of extra anti-knock quality. Supplies all the
and family, Rardin Ave., Pahokee.Mr. .
power such cars can use, at a saving. If yours is a higher-powered car, you

and Mrs. J. D. Rogers had should tryIMPROVED- "' Cilia uru
as guests on Sunday, his sister, CROWN GASOLINE: Users of regular-grade gasoline will find .
Mrs. Nellie O'Riordan and Mrs. a new value in improved Crown Gasoline-now better than ever. Moves your m

Agnes Kupper, both of Ft. Pierce. car up in performance while holding driving costs down. s YW Jr .

IMPROVED CROWN EXTRA: Standard's popular premium gasoline, now
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. at an all-time high in anti-knock quality. Designed for those cars requiring the ", .
William D. Casto and family were finest in performance characteristics. >.J? T
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mother Mrs. William J. '.
her ,
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Meet the Standard family of long-running gasolines! At your Standard station. .
briel;,her aunt, Mrs. Max Nichols '_J
and her. brother-in-law and sister.
Mr. afid Mrs. Dana Godfrey and M. L KEEN, AGENT ;./,

.sons, Mark and Gregory, all of STANDARD OIL COMPANY CKEIMTUOKV) ::. : u. : \)
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New UniversityHas I

II [Graceful luxury accented inChevrolet's 3

Impala line for 1963 3,662 StudentsTAMPA

With the start of its

third year of operation the University -

) 1 r. x.zc of South Florida has 3,662

I ,,,,' I students enrolled for the fall ttJ-:
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: summer, increasing housing
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;e ; 'Yk'Tf'a..{ tiy ;:
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1 facilities for students from
j //lwyi! approximately -
jI yfi 4: uI 440 last year to 850

I this year. Enrollment for this year I

/r 6c is 680 beyond the fall enrollment a

c_ ; .4 : _____ year ago.
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Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagen
a PETE :McCLELLANJohn Belle Glade, Phone 3058.
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srwrr. D. "Pete" McClellcn has

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The 1963 Chevrolet look is smart, new and look. For added distinction the Impala Sport oversee Southern Bell Telephone I small ad in this column will get
beautifully luxurious, styled with the of Coupe is available with an optional vinyl top
grace I in the Glades the job done. It only costs a dollar.
America's most costly cars. Full-width grille, that further contributes to its convertible look. Company operations
1\ bumpers hood, windshield, sculptured side panels The new Chevrolet line maces its public appear- Area effective October 1, 1962. Mr. I Call 924-2661.

I and rear deck contours enhance the sleek new ance in dealer showrooms on September 2S. II McClellan is being transferred by
I FOR SALE: Limited amount of
.., -----....., .-,r,., the company from the Miami area of disease free seed cane I
I
I where he has served as Managerin
chairman, were the members of I No. CP502S and CL11223. Also
Monthly Meeting the Coral Gables district for the
the nominating committee.The [ customer seed treatment for Rat-
3% He has been with
past
Canal Point WMUThe W. M. U. has established a years. toon Stunting disease. Robert J.
Southern Bell for the
prayer room in the church and Company Simonson, Phone 924-7256, Paho-
fourteen and has worked
f past -
years
regular monthly meeting of each Wednesday has been set asideas kee, Fla. tfA17chWE
his way through the ranks hold-
W. M. U. held a day of prayer for our church,
the Canal Point was
ing positions as Cable Helper, HAVE HEARD of folks who
Monday night at 8:00 p. m. in the I our home and our nation. Each Salesman, Business Office In- have rooms for rent and rooming-
member was urged to take partin
Canal Point Baptist Church with I structor and Supervisor, Office houses for rent. A small ad right
this
activity._ Manager and Manager. He spent here might turn the trick. Why not
Mrs. J. D. Latham, president, pre- ->>o .
siding. 2 years in military service duringthe try it? It is a small cost1.00 a

Roy Vandegrif, Jr., Korean conflict.Mr. I week.
The nominating committee pre I
McClellan is a member of
sented the following slate of of- Renamed In FF&VAMIAMI FOR SALE: Cold drink box with
the Baptist Church, the Elks Club,
ficers for the coming year: Mrs. J. I money changer. Good as new. I'
and the Junior Chamber of Com
D. Latham, president; Mrs. J. S. BEACH. Abney Cox See it at Cleve's Service Station .
merce. He brings with him to our
Atkins, enlistment vice president; of Princeton was reelected presi- I and Variety Store in Pahokee. Cost I
his wife June and two
Mrs. F. F. Burr, program vice dent of the Florida Fruit and Vege- Community I $335, take it for $150. S14ch I
daughters Jan. 5 and Joy 2.
president; and Mrs. S. A. Nail, table Association last week as the .
COIN FISIHN'? Stop by Cleve's I
secretary. Sunbeam leaders: be group held its 19th annual conven-
The Black Hills Passion Play, Service Station and Variety I
ginners, Mrs. Roselle Brantley and
tion.Other which appears in Lake Wales dur- Store for bait. We have large
your
Mrs. J. E. Rogers; G. A. Leaders, officers reelected were
I ing the winter, had a record-break- shiners, Missouri minnows, local i
Mrs. Grace Strayer and Mrs. Rob- Roy Vandegrift Jr., Pahokee, vice
ing season during its stay in minnows and worms. Cleve's Ser-
ert Arrieta. Mrs. J. S. Atkins was president, and Joffre C. David., of I I
Spearfish, S. D., this summe-r despite vice Station and Variety Store in i
nominated as chairman of the I Orlando, general manager of the I
BOB LEE I
bad weather. Pahokee. Sl4-ch i
I Hannah Scoggins Annie Jones organization, secretary-treasurer. I !

Circle; Mrs. J. L. McCall, chair- Association research awards W. J. Miller, General Manager I ':::.. i
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man, lone Patterson Circle; Mrs. were presented to Dr. Marshall R. for the Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative !I !

D. P. Hughes, program chairman; Godwin, senior economist of the of Florida has named I I I

Mrs. W. S. Evans, mission study Florida Citrus Commission, for his Bob Lee as Manager of Personnel,

Mrs. Paul Rardin, community mis- marketing research, and to HenryW. Public Relations and :Marketing YOUR NEW HOME DESERVES I

sions; Mrs. J. L. McCall, steward Schneck, 'technical seed con- Relations for the newly constructed

ship; Mrs. G.. T. Echols, social sultant with the association, for "Glades Sugar House." ]

chairman; Mrs. R. T. Smith, publications his work in developing new celery Lee's offices will be located at 'Ir'j!

; Mrs. H. C. Clark, pub- varieties. mill site on Airport Road.

licity; Mrs. Charles Maxson, jubi- Mr. Lee came to the Glades Area I I

lee advance and Mrs. Frank Mrs. Nall of Winter Haven returned September 1, 1957, when he was II

{ O'Connell, children's home. to her home Friday after sent here by Southern Bell Tele-I I

Mrs. J. L. McCall, :Mrs. Paul visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Nail phone and Telegraph v' r

Rardin and Mrs. R. T. Smith, for two weeks. serve as Manager. He was with I I

the telephone company for four- 4

teen years and has worked in Miami

and Pensacola before comingto ;L j: i -. .

100 YEARS the Glades. He is a member of *

t It happened ago the Church of Christ and Presidentof

t the Belle Glade Chamber of

The oldest Incorporated trade association in the country, the Commerce. He and his wife Ra- Jj&aL

United States Brewers Association, was organized In 1862. nelle and their children, Linda,

the same year that Terry and Kathy live at 226 Royal

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Alabama PastorGRACEVILLEThe < r, g

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Baptist Church, Victoria, Ala- I _
bama, has called the Rev. L. Tre

vette Weeks of Canal Point, Florida -

23.as pastor, effective September CONCRETE MASONRY


A central office telephone r e-

pairman by trade, Mr. Weeks recently Because youll want the best the most beautiful .

enrolled at Baptist Bible the longest lasting construction materials in your new

IN FLORIDA, a handful of determined patriots in Tampa Institute for the three year coursein home you'll naturally choose concrete masonry con

fought for 2 days, finally preventing an intended invasion by pastoral training.Mrs. struction. It provides a, home that is fire-safe, economicalto
two Union ships, which fled. All Florida cheered this feat with
keep will out-last almost other material-and
Weeks; who is also enrolledat up any
glasses of beer. the Institute, was Joan Shep- remain new-looking, too! Build your home today! For

For even then, beer was Florida's traditional bev- herd of Pahokee, Florida. They quality block precision made on Stearns equipment.
of moderation. Beer still provides enjoy-. .
erage have two children, Margie Ann 11, see us today.
ment for Floridians, and a good living for manyof
and L. Trevette, Jr. 9. Both Mr. and
not the of the Brewing
them- only employees
CONCRETE BLOCK GIVES BUILDINGS A
Mrs. Weeks are graduates of Pa- FUTURE
Industry itself, but also for Florida farmers and
other suppliers of the materials brewers use. hokee High School.
The family will continue to live
in its centennial ,the United States
TODAY, year
in Chipley where he works a' shift I
Brewers Association still works constantly to as-
with the
sure maintenance of high standards of quality telephone company.
and prnprfotv wherAwer bec and ale are served. Before moving here :4he family I
attended the Lantana Baptist

Chapel, where Mr. Weeks taughtin

.ter the Sunday school, and Mrs.

'fi 1 j Weeks was the church clerk.
rss 91ft .

t: jR'''A l'Y Mrs. James Gibson and Jamie
"'jTk ) S"" z.MI I PAHOKEE, FLA. BFQ.T. GLADE, FLA. .
were overnight guests Saturday of
BRk A tRS *i> I \ PHONE 7185 PHONEWY G- U9
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Scoggin,.Circle In
are'"pure, whatsoever things are
rI lovely, whatsoever things are of Maxson Home Meet

I II sOiTches't gQ9d: 'report;if ere.1! any virtue,
and if-there .be any,praise; think 1 The regular monthly meeting of
on. these things" Phillipjnans( _4).I the Hannah Scoggin-Annie Jones

J ._______________ .. _. Amongthe. selections.. to be read I I Circle-was' held Thursday: .night in
I I from "Science and Health with the home of Mrs. Charles Maxson.

The Methodist Church I i Ii Methodist, The Church Of God Key to the Scriptures" by Mary I Mrs. A. T. Holt gave a very inte-
Baker Eddy Is this brief definition resting program on "The Counterattack -
Canal PointFlorida_. 'Church, PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy, Pahokee of reality: "Reality is spiritual on Communism" assisted by
Canal Point Road harmonious immutable. immortal,I Mrs. Charles Maxson.It .
Robert A. Shelley, Pastor T. C. O'Steen divine eternal" (p. 335). was announced that the community -
SUNDAY: ,,SUNDAY: John H. Kinard pastor The Golden Text is from Deuter- missions project for this
10:00 a. m.-church School 9:45 a. m.-church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School onomy (32): "Ascribe ye greatnessunto month is school children's needs.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service our God. He is the Rock, his Delicious refreshments were
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship 6:45 p. m.-MYF 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service work is perfect. served by the hostess to several
730 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:45 p. m.-Evenlng Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B.. I .
:::- I members present. It was announced -
8:00 m. Thursday-W.M.B. I
p.
MONDAY; TUESDAY: YVONNE ENTERS STETSON that the October meeting will
3:15 p. m. Youth Choir practice 7:00 m.-Vesper Choir Everyone welcome.. Special music I
TUESDAY: p. ticeWEDNESDAY prac- and singing. Miss Yvonne Thompson, daughter be held in the home of Mrs. G. T.
Echols and Mrs. R. T. Smith will
--- of Mr. and Mrs. Joe E.
8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st : Thompson -
have the program.
Tuesday2nd 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions Christian Science i of Pahokee after finishing 12 --.
MONDAY: 8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- years in Pahokee school and grad-
ATrEND FUNERALMr.
Canal Point"Reality"
7:30 p.m.-Esther Class meeting tice Group Of_ ] uating from high school there last
and Mrs. Julian Branch have
WEDNESDAY: --e. I spring, is now a student at Stetson
will be the of
subject
7:30p., m.-Prayer Meeting The Pahokee ChurchOf : I University in DeLand Florida. returned from Dublin, Georgia
.. the Lesson-Sermon at Christian
S She was a member of the 1962 PHS where they attended the funeral of
The NazareneRev. I Science church services Sunday. I graduating Class. his uncle J. C. Branch Sunday
First Baptist .
Paul's advice to the Philippians S afternoon. They were accompanied -
Church, PahokeeGuthrie Max D. Jones Pastor f is included in the Scriptural read- Glenn Powell has returned to by Hugh Branch of Pahokee:
433 Bacom Point Rd. ings: "Finally, brethern, whatso- his home after receiving examina Mrs. Kate Branch and Mrs. T. L.
W. Colvard Minister Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 ever things are true whatsoever tion and tests Watson Clinic in Cook of Pompano Beach and L. P.
Sunday School-9:45 a. m. SUNDAY SERVICES: things are honest whatsoever Lakeland. I I Turbeville of Canal Point.
11:00 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
Morning Worship- a. m.
11:00 Worship -----
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Training Union-6:45 p. m. a.
I r'I ,Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. 6:30 p. m.-Juniors \W'1\ 'Nm7't'tYrlrot7'tJ'l' \ 'l"fJ'lyfITit'lY'tfIIY"'Ngln'W1i! !
I Wednesday Prayer Service 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening
I Evangelistic Service I
7:30
p. m. '
! A warm welcome to all. WEDNESDAY: I
t, 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer LILThB1IPhone

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SUNDAY: Canal Point First I SALES and SERVICE

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School ChurchElder I
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Baptist I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
6:30 p. m.-Training Union R. E. Barfield

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship SUNDAY: v..IIJ.\f.4J.VPYPM; M MIiMiiMjMiiJWiMiilMIILIiAJ..IMii; V.J MiIl.WMlIMIjA.Y.; {MI.MijA.wIAMliAMIMii! ; iW.J1 i v..IJI. LIJ.\.e.; .:
WEDNESDAY: 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School
7:30 m.-Prayer MeetingS .
p. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship -
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7:00 p. m.-B. T. C.

Church Of God 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship
WEDNESDAY:
* Barf ield HighwayPahokee 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer :

Fla. 2nd and Service 4th TUESDAYS: I : ::>:: ENJOY THEI'1Z1 ie 3

J. W. Hughes Minister 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary
Phone 924-3736 Meeting.
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1100 7:30 a.viceTUESDAY p.m.m.-Evangelistic'-::Morning Worship Ser- \ Francis ChurchFather Fennech Pastor y r I.*'. 'RADIO. STEREO Hi-Rand TV

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Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m.
7r30 pm.-Prayer. Service
Confessions before Mass
THURSDAY: -.
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ
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St. Peter's Lutheran Pahokee '

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August Koerber Pastor 10 a. m.-Sunday School
601 W. Lake Rd.. Belle Glade 11:00 a. m. Worship ServiceCLASSIFIED .
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I. University's Museum and the Museum is'open'from 930 Insects Costing

a. m. to 5 p. m. on weekdays from

i E He-Man Hairstyles Tells Story Of PastFive holidays.The 1 p. m. .to 5 p. m. on Sundays and Many Billions


panel displays and a diorama Museum is another reason GAINESVILLE-Hungry insectsare

! ." Through History! at the Florida State Museum Governor Farris Bryant and the eating holes in our agricultural

in Gainesville portray in vivid Florida Development Commission economy.

form more than 8,000 years of the are urging Floridians to vacationin Insects cause agricultural lossesof

i {/RILE MENCPsPMr.S" state's history.In their own state this summer. at least 4-billion dollars annually -

,. 7h' ,f'H 77f.cNAa #: its newly-modernized front The area around Gainesville of- in the,1!. S., estimates James

A m'NTOF"K&60/NG hall, the Museum presents the fers many attractions besides the Brogdon, entomologist with the

,.... 1 LwNA'Ir& .6 dyED. story of man from his first appearance :Museum and the University of Florida Agricultural Extension

+ in Florida, some 10,000; Florida campus. Gold Head Branch Service.

L years ago up to about the time'of State Park, for example, has mag- "To combat these and other

;: 6c-FgATh'her4E3 e.ftZ7 Christ. nificent lakes and a scenic ravine;
pests, pesticides are needed. Flor-
r-THE/R HA/I U7W.:'LhHAf7"7'.rT1 The first display reveals man's it is located east of Gainesville on ida uses large amounts of these

TrY J'7_./,'- avarThKEEPlCJIT CJrJUnDJW probable route as a big game hunter Florida 21 near Keystone Heights.And chemicals to control pests on cit-
R YEr. across Alaska and the United O'Leno State Park on the San-
&2rjz ffRCHT-m rus, vegetables and other crops and
States. The earliest projectile ta Fe River is on U. S. 441 and 41

points known for Florida are ex- northwest of Gainesville. livestock.
"Pesticides are valuable agri-
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Hr CEVIUR/ES cultural and home gardening aids,
7TrNd :' from other parts of the country.A Legal Council For
OM.rHAPE
PAYE Alh but mishandled they can be dang-
# diorama represents how masto-
'tll..l:82J.1. yiPN THE 7lAOI7/0NA Persons Charged erous. To help eliminate this danger -
dons were killed by early Florid-
!COLETA"UrEP/GTA/L-
.littl RQf
zzV b the Florida Agricultural Ex
(7" v .L. 7&J KEEP THG//Ht4Q With State Felonies
,(,; ; '::' /N PLACE; ians.Exhibits also reveal the transi- tension Service is sponsoring a
: series of eight one-day pesticide
I tion from the spear to the bow and
TALLAHASSEE
Supreme schools in different parts of the

i arrow. The same panel includes Court Chief Justice B. K. Roberts state this fall. The schools will

dl1XNl sl? IY l1Y J4'lN. JJUVArdn other tools of the period and a has suggested to the reorganized emphasize the correct use of insecticides -

E F"MltJl r.B4RE-.KHU U picture of the excavation of a site Judicial Council that, they study a and other agricultural

BOXER ai'7CPIIH&A known to have been occupied between proposal to require all persons chemicals," Browdon explains.The .

rHY NEAP cv-HA/;. 3000 and 1000 B. C. charged with felonies have legal schools will show that pes-

7HOt/M H/.J' TIME Another panel records the manufacture counsel when appearing in court. ticides can be used safely. Exten-

lftJfr AV /AV70NEZYaY of the first clay vesselsin The courts now are only required sion agents and representatives of
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7D Caw: ; 'L #9f / the United States-which were to provide an attorney for per- other educational, agencies, indus-
I made about 2000 B. C. The
varietyin sons accused in capital cases or for trial organizations and local store

I shapes and decorations o( clay those unable to defend themselves. owners will be shown how to instruct -
t AT ZZ2 'AS a 72QD14Y' vessels is illustrated. Of particularnote chairman of the
recently -
f' ,1C&() PINg 1lJ 17MAkES Roberts others in proper use of pes-
are the first containers with
Y/Iif//J i'WAr"J'MaPEAWj reactivated council said ticides, according to Brogdon.
j ( ) oaY1/N6A/af'Pf eMh1'z'F flat, bottoms and straight sides.A there was a trend in the U. S. Supreme .
) tVNm.'l. final panel tells the story of
; & R7J"-NIHP "O MAN TO Court to permit release of Chairman Roy W. Russell of the
:::: HI.S" NARMUa4ilfarEfAd7L ::: the great changes that took placein
criminals who were convicted of
Florida Probation and Parole
}! 6PEAS''K'7 7I/FF'
Florida between 500 B. C. andthe
4'"pr FlY CLEANt'V'rm.ETES that felonies without legal counsel. I Commission has appealed to em-
birth of Christ-changes I
: AND 7NEPE/SNn The Judicial Council held a one- ployers to provide jobs for men
were reflected in the new pottery,
# ep TO& */% S/AZ ax day organizational session in the and women eligible for parole. He
new tools, and greatly increased
aea M/R wfiyJ5Y
f1rlS'PERFEL'7EOALESS4R ... population.The law library of the Supreme Court said the state prison system is dangerously << I
J building, electing .as vice chairman
/N'6 institution, a unit of the overloaded with 8:000
PcEPARariav 70 KEFP T. S. Combs, a lay member from inmates.
University of Florida,-is considered -
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Tallahassee. *
HA//NEAT one of the leading museums of

, .Pm.1Jlr..JJODGERS a/e. But CRZEN S'tu EAY.PAtKER,. s natural science and history in the Mermaids of Week Wachee are

Southeast. Its collections are extensive Mrs. C. E. Williams is substitute required to take vitamin supple- I

and have been growing teacher, this week, in Mrs. Sara ments to restore .lost energy and
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I I steadily since the Museum began Thomas' fifth grade at the Paho- calories after swimming in the I

Joint Meeting Of Construction Is I l40 I years ago. Admission is free kee Elementary School. constant 74.2 degree water. I Ii i

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Two Garden ClubsThe Way Up In PriceA ,. -,
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annual buffet, supper and sudden spiral in constructioncosts

joint meeting of the Pahokee Gar- had county commissioners

den Club, the Canal Point Garden puzzled Monday when they learn-

Club and the Sod Busters was held ed that bid prices of road improve-

at the Community Building in Ca- ments was jumping some 20 per-
cent over preliminary cost esti-
nal Point, Tuesday evening, with mates.
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Mrs. Jess Elliott, president of the Reason for the jump in prices -- .

Pahokee Garden Club, presiding. went unanswered but County En- -..,-. .

Husbands of the club memberswere gineer Steve Middleton assuredthe

commission that he was conducting jo w
invited guests. I ,if.:f "
a state-wide check to determine -
Colored slides were shown ,by ."' .,
if this area is the only ; .
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Mrs. Don Hillier, which were takenon ,'-'
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spot in the state being effected by ?
her trip, this summer, to New- ....
price hikes from contractors.In .
foundland and Nova Scotia; and
one instance which concerned
by Mrs. Elliott who showed slidesof
improvement of three subdivision
the Christmas decoration displays -
streets bid price on the job was
and also close-ups of flow-
1.70 a foot more than the original I
ers, some of which were taken in
estimate. In fact the price climb ,
her own garden.
caught the project even before
Mrs. Jess Elliott was general II
plans for the work was completed. II I ;
chairman of the event, and the Pa : -; .,
Middleton said the job estimate I _.
hokee Garden Club had charge of
started at ?3J50 a foot, jumped to
the program and tables. The Canal Sure she' grand old
$4.60 before plans were completedand s a flaglThat's
Point Garden Club decorated the
the lowest bid for the work why we salute her. .,
hall with shades of pink, using La-
France hibiscus and coral vine. was 525. That's why we pledge alleglanee to hue
A delegaiton of property owners : f ,
Visitors were Mrs. Emma That in its y4A, ,+
from Madden, Willow and Mela- pledge, simplest terms,
Wheeler, Mrs. Ellis Walston, Mrs. leuca Roads who had petitionedfor fa another way of laying."Count IDa "

Evelyn Lair, J. H. Howell, Mr. and the road improvements, asked in. You're ray country and I love you
Mrs. Chann White, Will A. Parsons and need you. Your problems are
the commission to proceed with
and Rev. T. C. O'Steen. my problems and Fm with you
the work despite the cost increase. "
The commission voted to award all the way. '

a .. the contract to the low bidder. Your country* biggest single '

Record Number At In another instance the priceran problem is the perpetual responsibilityfor F

some $11,000 over estimatesfor keeping the peace its people
want You can help with this
completion of road and bridge

University Of Fla. work in Polo Club Estates. The problem by remembering this:

board also voted to go ahead with Peace costs money. Money for

the project and to complete :workin military and industrial strength.

GAINESVILLE total of 13- the subdivision. Middleton set Money for science and education.

787 students are enrolled for the cost of the Polo Club Estate work And money saved by individualsby -

first semester at the University of i at $38,100. The commission said you-to help keep the economy

Florida, Registrar R. S. Johnson i the work will eventually be paid trong. Bonds orovide this money.

announced this week (9-17). I for by a bonding company which OIUll rrua Wi.-x.uwl-by N.Mwtta......H..xui..rseHelp ....w c.M.A

Last year's enrollment for the held a performance bond on the

first term was 13,634. As antici- sub division when it was first approved Strengthen America's Peace Power

pated, freshmen enrollment drop- by the commission and -

ped while transfer students in- filed for record.

creased by more than 109 per cent. '
II S. Bonds
Johnson said the drop in freshmen HAS OPERATION. Buy Savings

enrollments and the increase in Gary Conley, son of Mr. and Mrs.

transfer students had been predicted Coleman Conley of Port Mayacau

and the University had prepared who underwent an emergen '""ap- NOVTPAYING 3%% INTEREST ,.

for it. It was caused, he said, pendectomy at Everglades Memorial -
by the expanding junior college Hospital, Tuesday, is conva- Ti*U.I:OoHnunenl doe not pay for this atWm: sing.The Treasury DpQTImi tkasb.jsr .
their patriotic donation,The Advertising Council exd

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Pace 1:1Pt!: The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, September 28,1962
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Attend .Funeral .Of I!STUDY ON PRAYER I Tea Given To Honor }.{r. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux of CLARK DEFEATED
Canal Point were the guests of Mr. Brevard County Acting Sheriff
Gainesville, Man !I Mrs. GuthrieC-rd, wife of the Mrs. L. M. Collins,Jr and Mrs. Ulmer in St. Petersburg Ralph Clark's 4,813 votes lost out
pastor, presented a study on prayer ,- during the past weekend. Mrs. to Ed Dempsey's 6,268 Tuesday in
Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgettof 1 I at the Pahokee First Baptist The home of Mrs. L. Minter Collins Ulmer is the former Miss Suzanne the Brevard County Democratic

Pahokee and Mrs. A. H. Scruggsof I covered I Sr., 355 Banyan Ave., Paho- Chastain. run-off for sheriff. I
Canal Point attended the fun-
with Mrs. Lester kee was the scene of a tea honor-
eral of Roy Billingsly in Gainesville meeting,
charge of arrangements. I ing Mrs. Lewis M. Collins, Jr., a I-++#M++4 M t tIt MI M i : tit i-H"!' 11 tIll I t tit I I 11 I III !
Saturday. Mr. Billingsly, who I .
I II recent bride, on Saturday after-
passed away after an extended illness "
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was the father of Mayor and I Informal CoffeeI noon, September 22, from 3 to 5 THEATRES

Mrs. Padgett's daughter-in-law,!For Dem WorkersAn o'clock.In .
:Mrs. Donald Padgett. Enroute the receiving line were :Mrs. PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
home, the Padgetts and Mrs.
informal coffee was held at Minter Collins, Mrs. Lewis Collins
Scruggs visited Mr. and Mrs. Cal- Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
the home of Mrs. J. W. Brown on and Mrs. Robert M. Johnson,
vin Padgett and son, Jimmy, at -
East Main Street in Pahokee, mother of the honoree.
- FEATURES
Waldo. -2 BIG -
Monday evening for members, and The refreshment table was laid
.. SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDA1
ti.. -- prospective members of the Palm with a cloth of white linen richly. )
LAUDERDALE VISITORSMr. Beach County Democratic Wom- embroidered in cutwork, and cent-. SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY SEPT. So-OCT.I-Z
and Mrs. E. F. Mdlwain had en's Club. ered with an arrangement of pink SEPT. 30-OCT. 1-2 "BACHELOR

as weekend guests their son and Mrs. Jan Burns, president of the carnations and sweetheart roses. "BREAKFAST FLAT"AT
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Democratic Woman's Club in Palm Appointments were of sterling sil-
Chandler McIlwain of Ft. Lauder- Beach County, was the featured TIFFANY'S" TUESDAY WELD, RICHARD

dale. The Friday night guests ofthe speaker. ver.The hostess was assisted by AUDREY HEPBURN, GEORGE BEYER *TERRY THOMAS
Mcllwains were their son-in- Plans were made for attendingthe Mrs. H. M. McIntosh, Mrs. M. P. -ALSO-
,PEPPARD AND MICKEY
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. State Convention at the Stanley, Mrs. Paul Rardin, Mrs. I.
The Two Little BearstI
Sheppard M. Pitts, Jr., of Belle George Washington Hotel in West M. Lair, Mrs. C. A. Chase and Mrs. ROONEY

Glade. Palm Beach on October 4,5 and 6. Julia Mathis. I_ t"tIll"r" nn"l-V-I"H"I""H I MM III tit < < t-M II till I I



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