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: October 5, 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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Additional Land At Glades i Blue Devils Meet Ball Will Game Attend In Foot JaxA Co-Op Mill Work Is

Forest Hill Tonite Right On Schedule

group of eight couples plan to

Office Building Is DeededTo -- leave by train from West Palm

Pahokee High Blue devils are set Beach, this weekend, to attend the Construction of the new mill toi

for the third encounter of the season Florida University-Duke Football the Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative -

on the grid iron and tonight game at Jacksonville on Saturday.
P. B. County By State I will bring the scrappy Forest Hill Those enjoying the trip will be Mr. of Florida is going ahead at
of inclimateweather
full steam in spite
eleven to Lair Field in Pahokee. and Mrs. Lewis Friend Mr.: and ,

I .. The kick-off id scheduled for 8:15p. : Mrs. L. J. Fraser, :Mr. and :Mrs. minor engineering
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m. Rupert :Mock, Mr. and :Mrs.: Leon changes and run of the mill
Land which County Commissioner Frost Returns To
Paul Last week the locals trounced Spoonei, Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Long, holdups. The big sugar factory is
Rardin has sought for
many months to provide parkingarea His County Job Clewiston by a tow to one score of Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Graham. ::\11'.1 becoming a prominent frameworkon

13-7. In their and Mrs. Leonard Dobrow and :Mr. the horizon of the Glades area.
and additional space for pos- opener they won overapl's
Assistant County Engineer home and :Mrs. George Tucker. Despite recent news articles,
sible expansion of the Glade Of- a game.
George Frost was back at his desk this is not in the refining -
Forest Hill and Pahokee both organization
fice Building, has been made avail-
able by the state after many de Monday after a year's tour of need a victory in this one if either LightBufblale business. Their job is to
active Frost Na- i
military duty. a and molasses
has any aspirations of making a produce: raw sugar
val Reservist
lays.The was called back to
land sought by Commissioner serious bid for the league grid with an anticipated grinding season -
active duty a year ago for duty in '
Set For October 8i of six months.
Rardin is adjacent to and east of the Navy's aviation branch.CountyTaxRoll. crown. |
the office building near Belle --.- Pahokee stands 2-0 in the league This new sugar factory is own-

Glade. wins over Riviera Beach and i I ed by 51 Glades people and will

The Internal ImprovementBoard Is Clewiston providing coach WebPell's The light bulb sale campaignwas I create many new jobs for those

I definitely set for Monday who are interested. The mill this
this week sent the county a eleventh an actual four

deed to the land-a little over six way first place tie in the stand- October 8. at 6:30: p. m., it was: year will grind some 22.000 acres
Presented BoardAccording I announced at the luncheon meeting -
acres which will become a part of ings. The Devils and Stuart boast of sugar cane and will produce

the Glades installation.The perfect 2-0 records, Belle Glade a !I of the Pahokee Lion's Club, approximately 75,000 tons of raw

board also heard that important 1-0 mark, and defending champion i I Tuesday. Postponed this week be- sugar along with 4,500,000 million
to Florida Statutes, the
cause ot inclement weather,
road right of way which Seacrest has a pair of victoriesand i gallons of molasses.
the county commission held a next
sale will take place
I citywide
Communities all Florida
had been sought by Commissioner a tie.Forest over
special meeting Monday to ap- I rain shine it
Monday night or
Rardin and other Glades officials are spending considerable amountsof
Hill finds itself in the
prove the 1962 county tax roll j I President Kyle
had also been made available by same situation of meeting the victory was by money in an effort to attract
presented by Assessor Edgar Maxwell -
the State II Board. i j Scott presided. 'new industries to settle in their
to the rest of the
-a roll which totaled $1,168- challenge
I :S John H. Howell, diversified cooperative -
The 100 foot right of way across field. areas. Here in the Glades area
434272. coordinator at
the Glades State Prison Farm will I i training [folk are extremely fortunate in
:Maxwell: said there had been Pahokee High School was guest
be used to build a new access road I I| having this new multi-million dollar I
some criticism of methods used for
to the new Glades Sugar House j speaker, Tuesday. Introduced by
Ii industry which will for
assessment of personal property, i Local PTA Hears
and will help to alleviate traffic at but that the system used here was explained: years to come make its eco

SR 15 and Airport Road. I .I nomic influence felt in the com
the same as used in other sections I carried out and answered
The cane harvest is soon to Hiway locally
sugar ctT the state and was also the sys-| Trooper questions from the floor following: I munity.
get underway and hauling the cane
tem set out by law and approvedby .
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to Glades mills has been a sourceof !
concern since the trucking ope- state officials. Sgt. T. C. Hodges of the Florida Payment was authorized for
The system, the assessor said, three sight cases, and the paymentof Court Of Honor
ration is expected to cause exceed- Highway Patrol was guest speaker I
resulted in a $10,000,000 five cents of
ingly heavy traffic on present at the meeting of the Canal] per package light
the personal property assess- bulbs to the Palm Beach County
Glades roads.John Point Parent-Teachers Associationheld Scout 628A
ment which he said was due to the Association of Lions Clubs was I Troop
the school cafetorium
be- in
fact the much property never also authorized.

Jr. Is fore on the books, had been added Monday night with the president ; Members voted to
Causey Mrs. W. E. :McCall presiding. Sgt. again sponsor Court of Honor will be held by
year. the at the Halloween Car-
Hodges, currently stationed in : hayride Boy Scout Troop 628, Saturday
noted that 14,000
He also some
Head Jr. CowmenJohn i homes in the county pay no tax West Palm Beach, spoke on "Safe- I nival, October to the PTA.31, with all proceeds night, at 8 p. m. at Boy Scout

ty" and stressed the obligations of going Beach, Pahokee.
because of homestead exemption.The
parents in teaching safety to their I Gratitude was expressed toScoutmaster The Order of the Arrow will present -
roll is
current tax up some
I Thomas :Martinez:
Causey, Jr. of Belle Glade children. the program, including In-
last -
$2 over yearexpected I
and members of Scout Troop 628
The flag salute was led by Ken dian dances and games.
was elected president of the Junior to bring total taxes of $23,555-
of for their assistance in putting up Eugene will receive
ny Hayes. Two verses America Cooper the
Cattlemen's Association at the 696.40th some $12 million of
were sung and W. E. Blackwell led posters and distributing Eagle award, the highest award
held night in the that amount going to the county the blub sale.
meeting Monday advertising light
given in Vance
the responsive reading of the Par- Scouting. Denton,
vocational agriculture building at school system. The general county ent-Teacher Those who will be making the districtadvancement chairman,
Pahokee School. Other of- levy is about half that paid for I I! house-to-house Monday
High :Mrs. Joe Cherry, Jr. announced canvass on will make the presentation.Nine .
ficers elected were Billy Mac Shef- school taxes, the assessor's report Minter Collins, ,
night are gen-
that the Hallowween carnival had I boys of the Webelos Den of

field, vice-president; Peggy Bit disclosed. I been set Wednesday, October eral chairman, and A. J. Gamot Pack 623 and five other boys will

t ting, secretary, and Larry Miller, 31. The annual parade will be held I and Dr. R. C. Lane, captains. Assisting be initiated into the Troop, with

; treasurer.The Bill Allen Has 50 i but no prices will be awarded. Dr. Lane will be Charles W. D. Howard acting as master of
program consisted of descriptions I Bradley. Curtis Chase. Leonard ceremonies. .
The room count was won by -= -
of different breeds of :Mrs. Billie Huddle's fourth grade. Dobrow B. R. Mosley Web Pell Special.guests ,will be membersof r

cattle, both dairy and beef, given}Years As Woodman i Corporal Glenn Blocker of th ,I George Rashley, R. J. Schroder the Order of the Arrow, the

by the following members, :Mike: I I Florida Highway Patrol who resides I Leon Spooner Mel Stanley. J. W. Webelos. and the Girl Scouts. The I

Youngblood, Larry Miller, Mead Vann. J. Wilkinson.. Jr., :Marion
; in Pahokee, was a guest. public i is also invited to attend.
Maxwell Mike :McCall: Peggy I W. C. Allen of South Bay received Refreshments were served by I Wright and Harry B. Elarb(>e.

Bitting, Billy Mac: Sheffield, Mike'I: a gold pin in recognition for 50 I the hostesses :Mrs. Oliver Stapler. Assisting Mr. Gamot will IK- -=- ------

Maxson. John Causey, Jr. and I years of membership in the WOW I Mrs. J. F. Kinsaul and :Mrs. Bruce William Benton, Glenn Brower, HospitalBonds InNov. I'

Larry Webb. I I held by Belle Glade Pahokee Bitting. Dave Cunningham. Brooks Hen- .

Approximately 40 members at- Camp 710 at the Country Clubin I derson. :M.: I. Keen. T. :Martinez,
tended the meeting. They were as- Belle Glade. F. G. Gillisat Chester ::Mullis Duncan Padgett, 6 Election

sisted by John Causey, Sr. of Belle the covered dish sup p e rand I T. E. Pennington, Kyle Scott Paul .
Rainbow To Install
Glade, Associate County Agent; C. A. Stuckey, both of Paho- Tillery, Frank Tillis Frank Ro-

Kent Price, West Palm Beach As- kee, received 25 year pins. Others zelle, :Milton Douglas, and Jack The county commission this

sistant County Agent; W. E. Mc- recognized as 25-year memberswere Velma WilliamsThe Biltz. I week, at the request of Commis-

Call and Bruce Bitting of Canal L. G. Alderman and Carmen --- sioner Paul Rardin approved a

Point, and Harold Brough of Belle I Salvatore of Pahokee; Osceola HOME FROM FUNERALMr. resolution calling for a bond elec-

Glade president of the Cattlemen's Upthegrove, Fred White and A. R. installation ceremony for and Mrs. Bob Meyer of Miami tion to be held Nov. 6, in connec- ,

Association Harrington, Canal Point; Hugh Miss Velma Williams new worthy and Rick Meyer of Cuyahoga tion with the general election, in \\\

The next meeting will be held Boree and Daniel G. Herring, Belle advisor of the Pahokee Assembly Falls, Ohio, spent :Monday: night the Southwest Hospital District.

November 5 at Pahokee High Glade and John S. AtkinSj Jr., Order of Rainbow for Girls, and with Mrs. :Meyer's parents, Mr. Rardin told the commission that-

School. Pelican Lake. other newly elected officers, will and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Sr. The the election to vote on bonds for:
Guest speaker of the eveningwas be held in the Masonic Hall Sunday Meyers were enroute to Miami financing a new hospital at Belle:

McCLURES TO RETURNMr. John V. Martin of Lakeland, October 7, at 2:30 p. m. after attending the funeral of E. Glade, would be by paper ballot

and Mrs. O. B. McClure who manager of WOW in south Flor An invitation to attend the installation C. Meyer in Clearwater on Mon- I and that the hospital district

have spent the summer in Colo- ida.W. service has been extended day. The late Mr. Meyer was the would have two extra people ia

rado, are expected to return to E. Cato of Belle Glade, con- to the public by Mrs. Marie grandfather of Bob and Rick each precinct to take care of the

their home here this weekend. (continued on page 8) Hughes, mother advisor. Meyer. balloting.BRARY .



Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday October 5, 1962The

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leave them with Mrs. Ida Larri-
WSCS Hears
'. Group
iJrn I'WR I Mrs. Sims, Mrs. YorkMrs. The Week of Prayer will be observed -

October 25-31 with Irs. J.

ti. v ; E. D. Sims Jr.. chairmanof G. Thomas. Jr., chairman of the

: the Miriam Circle, and Mrs. J. spiritual life committee in charge.
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R. York were speakers at the Oc-|

tober meeting of the Pahokee I Sod Busters Hold
Woman's Society of Christian Ser-

I vice held in the church sanctuary, First,Meet, SeasonThe
,yx -
'$ Monday night. '

>- T: *r.V Mrs. Sims spoke on the "Bibical Sod Busters Garden Club
Foundations of Missions." She' held the first meeting of the fall
I Season at the home of Mrs. J. L.
gave references and stated
Tyson Tuesday morning with the
Rardin Building In Canal Point FloridaTHE that one's concern may be fore Mrs.
those in the immediate area or in president. Ray Hatton. pre-
V siding.
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF distant lands, but that He has in- Mrs.
Hand demonstratedthe
trusted His message to his followers -
: : and now it is up to each one to construction of Thanksgiving
: TilE EV11tGtADESNFWS assume some responsibility. cornucopia baskets from the
fronds of cocoanut palms.It .
Serving the,Lake'Okeechcftee'Farming Region Without t Mrs. York gave an enlighteningtalk
3UDGE"EMERY J. NEWELL was announced that the next
Interruption Every Week,for More Than 30 Years on the World Federation of meeting would be held at the

Established March 11 1924 Published Every Friday l.fethodistVomen.. Closely alliedto
home of Mrs. George Tucker on

.Subscription'Trice $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Emery Newell For the World Council of Churches Bacom Point Road.
was formed by Dr Helen Kim a -

Everglades News -Entered at the Post 'Office graduate of a Korean college and SUNDAY BARBECUEMr.

i. 'In Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter Juvenile JudgeEmery an exchange student at Ohio Wes- and Mrs. L. W. Mullis entertained
leyan. There are 52 units in the
at their home Annona
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Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher world including the five units in AVe., Sunday with a barbecue.

J. Newell, who was nam- the United States. It's motto is
Guests were Misses Carol and
mist has remarked that other "To know Him and to make Him
... no ed judge of Palm Beach County'snew Wilma Jean Waldron of Melbourne -

Th".1.\; ,rr;: ::ont! industry could tolerate such in- Juvenile and Domestic Rela- known:' and Miss Joyce Dadson of

',.'1i efficiency. It's obvious, I think tions Court when it was established Mrs. R. F. Hurt, president of the Belle Glade.
: that ,agriculture itself can't tolerate WSCS presided over the business .. .
several months has announced -
by J I that kind of inefficiency, andthat's I ago session.A F. C. MARKHAM MAYORF.
he will be a candidate to
: why the number of farms succeed himself in this office in budget of $1533.00 for the new Markham of Belle Glade

..' i and farmers is shrinking every the November general election. year was adopted by the society. was named the new mayor Wednesday -

r. 'F/orld! i year. Only the efficient ones are Judge Newell a life long resi- Mrs. Mildred Lavender Mrs. night when the commissionof

: I .. _"0' i II surviving and their rate of efficiency dent of this county and a memberof Barbara Rosenberg and Mrs. Doris the city reorganized for the

I, is being increased every the Democratic Party is the Maxwell were welcomed as recent coming year. He succeeds Clyde

October has been designated 'as' year. I son of Mrs. Elma Newell and the members.It Parrish.
To quote Dean Butz again: "Be ... .
"Animal Health Month": throughout ; I late Judge Edward G. Newell who was announced that members
fore 1970 science will have moved
the U. S. You'll be reading and' I served for many years as judge wishing to order Christmas cards Miss Jane Ryals, Miss Margie

hearing quite a bit ,about the importance into the pig pen, the beef lot and I of Palm Beach County's Criminal should contact Mrs. Milton Salvatore Hunt and :Miss Carol Epstein spent

of preventive measures the milk'parlor in a big way. We'lll Court of Record. and those having coupons to the weekend in Lantana attending

that are necessary for the:protection -,, with>e making a pound of lean pork I Juvenile Judge Newell, a young Donate to the Methodist Child- I the Cenecale Retreat of the Catholic -
than three of feed
of livestock if the nation' pounds attorney who has devoted muchof ren's Home at Enterprise should I I Church.
in contrast to five six
or pounds
animal is to meet his outside time to youth activities -
today; a pound of good quality -. "
the needs of said this close association ... .
our rapidly growing I
beef with 1-4 less feed than today;
of this
with the young people area
population.When and a gallon of milk with much and
"has given me the knowledge
consider the tremen-
you "
dous toll that various ,diseasesare less feed. understanding to render just and
taking from the.natlon's herds. After noting only a few of the fair decisions effecting their future Monday Cattle Sales
huge ,annual losses due to various and their welfare." .
and flocks;:, you'll realize the importance
diseases today-200 million dollars "These decisions," Judge Newell'
of bringing home to our
to mastitis 93 million to ,,lep- "will continue to be determined
livestock and poultry raisers the ,. pledged, Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock
tospirosis 400 million to loss of
dollars-and-cents value .of '"pro only after thorough con- which is owned and operated by more than 120
baby pigs that die before they are sideration of each case, with the
grammed prevention" through, six weeks old-Dr. John B. Her- full intent to serve the best interest Florida Cattlemen.
better and :disease
rick, extension veterinarian at of the child and the com-
controls. You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here
4 Iowa State University points out: munity."
Though the U. S. is.probably the I i "What is needed is a prearranged Judge Newell's civic work has at this Market. We make an effort at all times to givean

safest country in the world today, i animal health program been devoted almost entirely to outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us
in which to raise livestock and
I based on the modern concepts of the realm of youth activities. For a trial.
various diseases still are
poultry, .
I disease control nutrition management seven years he coached a Little 1
costing our farmers from 2 Billionto I and a business sense. These League baseball team and presently .1. : 1 : t 1 1 1 1 1 1'1 : : : t

3 Billion dollars every year. herd health be trustee for the
programs can pre- serves as a
Some of the most severe losses are SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 In. I
designed, using the veterinarian Youth Baseball Association of the p.
seldom recognized. They exist in as a consultant with periodic herd Palm Beaches an organization for *
the form of decreased rate o"f gain
health checks. which he drafted the charter. A

and lowered ..productIon.. "With the aid of such a program, member of Kiwanis he was chair- Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION

the producer is able to curtail the man of the West Palm Beach Key
economists predict
Agricultural losses suffered from what he has Club committee for four years and
shift toward animal 'agriculture -
& big
for six served on State Ki-
blamed on disease; when actuallythe years '
by 1970. Dr. Earl Lv-Butz,; On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
losses were the combined deficits wanis committee for Key Club and
dean of agriculture at Purdue University in management, nutrition for Boys and Girls. He is also act- Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, described it this :
way. ; genetics and disease control meas- ive in YMCA and Boy Scout activities -
--'Per'capita consumption- livestock -
.products will increase:markedly ures collectively.

while per-capita.consumption "The results can be: (1) more

of r crops especially cerealgrains I profit to the producer (2) higher ,- or'
and starchy foods will decline; quality ,animal products for the

During .the.:past .ten ,years .!per,: consumer. This type of program is .

c consumption of livestock: available for livestock producers
products increased ;about -r4 per, Today in all livestock enterprises. ;

cent.. i Animal health specialists have I r ,

'By 1970, after coatreducingtechnology.has.beenrwid pointed out that, up to .now, most .
of the disease control programs ,
< iy-!adapt': : ti
efl,in livestock jpl"Q uctioD. ,:percapita many farms throughout the

consumption will lahe -in- country have been aimed at ""res- I :

creajsedby" ; 10:per cent.'When,this cuing the perishing" I suspect that Everglades s Federal
:la'tombined.with': contemplated 1 philosophy is all too frequently

..percent; ;'population Increase-(nd! encountered right here in Florida.

more;than 200:million),v the,tf feet*: Why it should continue to persist

lye demand for ,livestock.products is Disease difficult control to understand. to be All work and no play,makes for a tedious life. Therefore, here at the I
will be.about 1-3 higher:than now programs

This;shift in'our citing! .-fatbits wfelf effective, must be 'aimed at Pre- Everglades Federal we thought you would like to hear University.

vention instead of just treatment.That's .
move Bubtanttaflyt8Mth1at1otof : of Florida foot ball games this fall and .we've made arrangements i
our chronic feed-grain"surpluai "programmed preven- {
s'. *. f 1 tion"" is the keynote for animal to sponsor them on WSWS. So, be sure and tune in 'and get the "

It is estimated'the average *O. S: health month.* colorful :play :by play description right from the .playing fied. It is I
farm of 160 to 200 acres suffers an !

average 'loss of '1(1,500 a. y3eac'dueto It's interesting to note that Floridians -' just-anothersmall part that.'we like to play in a wonderful community "

:livestock disease. One, tecono== will head up the two most I
r. '''important organizations in the that has been so good to us. _

'country concerned with health ". .

-BUSINESS SPOT FOB :' both 'animal And human. h I I
.=KENT IN CANAL POINT : Dr. Jack O. Knowles of Miami is I

1 ;president elect of the American EVERGLADE.SFED.ERAL .
On the corner next ;door to.Post Veterinary Medical Association.Dr. .

'Office where 'Grace's Edward N. Annis, also of
Savings And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS
( elect of the .
I Miami, is president
Beauty Parlor moved out yes
terday. Ideal for ,beautyshop; .

.'or'other -business. Call /Paul. Mr. and :Mrs. Inman Weeks are 40 S. W. AVENUE "B" BELLE GLADE ,PHONE WY6-2067 ,

Rardin in..Canal Point. spending a six-week vacation- in & :r l-J' f' :-:
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n. Page Four>-:,,- The Everglades News Canal'Point,.Florida Friday, October 5, 1962

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Dick Tyson Has CIRCLE MEET MONDAY I Mrs. E. W. Brandes of Palm
The lone Patterson Circle will Beach was the weekend guest of

( I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES Io. I Birthday PartyJudge : meet Monday, October 8, at 3:00 'Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Powell.
p. m. at the home of Mrs. J. E.

and Mrs. J. L. Tyson en- Williams on Bacom Point Roadin
..: tertained Sat. evening for their Pahokee. Mrs. M. F. George will YWt7\.tr\t'tr\t' t'l\ftTIttTIt't7WtTIn7'! t i t t'ltI
Mrs. J. O. Johnson of Lakeland Mrs. J. D. Latham, Mrs. J. H.I
I son, Dick, some of his seventh have charge of the program.
, arrived Sunday to visit her son and! Strayer, Mrs. Guy Thompson and grade classmates and additional MORTGAGELOANS

Fri" daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Robert Arrieta attended the friends. Following a hay ride. anda I
t :Ralph Johnson. Leadership Course at the First wiener roast at Boy Scout Beach, SUNDAY VISITORS
I Ir Sunday visitors of Mrs. W .G.
Baptist Church in Fort Pierce refreshments of icecream and
Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgett Lowe of Canal Point her I
\ Tuesday.Mrs. were son-
I cake were served at the Tyson I
and Mrs. C. A. Shive were dinner in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. CO3CMERCIAL FARM
home in
guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. I I R. T. Smith, Mrs. W. S. I Ridgecrest..a I II W. L. Geiger and son, Alfred, of RESIDENCE RANCHAT
\: John Dulany in Belle Glade. Cross and Mrs. Paul Rardin visit- I II West Palm Beach; Mrs. Rosa Geiger -
ed Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyon in and Wenda
daughter, Lee, and
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Becton David Hunt of Detroit, Mich AFFORD TO PAY.
Melbourne Saturday. Mrs. Cross Willie and Mrs. Geiger
son Rudolph -
: and son, ,Mike, Willie who recently graduated from the
remained for a visit of several all of Ft. Lauderdale. TILLIS
L \ Blanton, all of Tampa, were recent University of Detroit with BS and FRANK
with her daughter.Mrs. .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blan- days BA_ degrees, arrived Thursday to -- MORTGAGE INSURANCEHOWELLrAVTLMOTII

f' ton in Pahokee. Ray Singletary and daughter visit his mother, Mrs. Nelle Hunt. Mrs. Claude Shirley, Sr., is visit- Brokers
-'. Mr. Hunt will leave from Miami on ing her mother Mrs. Burks, in
Miss Sylvia Parrish has returned Connie, and granddaughter, 205 Worth Ave. Palm Beach
Monday for duties' in the U. S. Griffin, who is
Georgia, recovering -
at W. C.
to Florida State Hospital Kim, visited Mr. and Mrs. -
Army. from recent surgery. > tW'M4IMiM:1j.LI1l1L&lWM: ; ; V11l..W'l.Y1'
Chattahoochee where she is studying \
Connally and Mrs. C. Connallyin -
.-' psychiatric nursing followinga
Coral Gables Sunday. Mr. Con- -
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visit here last weekend with her BIRTHSMr.
1 nally is a patient at Jackson Me- winfttftstlfritft ,IU
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Par-
rish. morial Hospital where he suffereda and Mrs. Charles Wilkinsonof .

severe heart attack ten days ago. Pahokee announce the birth of GAY'S GARAGEAND
I. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hughes'of
He is Mrs. Singletary's
an 8 lb., 2 oz. son, Myles Hull, at
Bryant had as weekend guests, Everglades Memorial Hospital on WELDING

their daughter Miss Kay Hughesof II ATTEND FASHION SHOW I October 1. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hull

Orlando, and Miss Jenny Bloss.Iman Mrs. Marvin Cowart and Mrs. are the maternal .grandparents, 262 BELLE GLADE RD. -NEXT TO VERN BODY SHOP
of Vero Beach. the fashion and Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Wilkinson,
Lester Hand attended DAY PHONE 921-7859 NIGHT 924-7131
I I show held in the Hibiscus room at Sr. are the paternal'grandparents.
David Ramey arrived Wednes-
Burdine's, last week. Miss Anita Portable General
day from Grand Bahama and is I I Welding Repairs
Mrs. J. H. Miller has returned to
I Cowart, the daughter of Mrs.
spending the week here with his
Cowart, was one of the models in her home after a visit with Dr. Welding Service
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George

Ramey. II I the show and also entertained the I and Mrs. Lou Lombard and

guests with a vocal solo. I daughters in Miami. j ft8Xtt I t tV &I /n tJ8jttjjj!
Mrs.. Wiley Tillis, Mrs. C. H. i I
Tillis and Mrs. Frank Tillis and

son, Tommy, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Jaudon in Wauchula on
Wednesday. ... .:.:..

Doyle Crocker, formerly of Pa-

hokee, now residing in Delray s x .
Beach, was in the area Tuesday : : 4 ; DA

doing some fishing in Lake Okee-. % 3m-
chobee. '-

Marine Private Bobby Joe

Scroggin returned Sunday to Camp

LeJeune, N. C. after spending a
20-day leave here with his parents, .
Mr. and, Mrs. Robert Scroggin. w--M hM'lMby.. .,. ,p,0fe"y yv.:. ,,, ..

After five weeks, Pvt. Scroggin : -

expects to report for duty in Ha- pX Y Y.4.Yv ; :

Mrs. Robert D.,Apelgren returned -

Wednesday after spending (, ,
days with her sister, Miss Jane ,;:,.,,, '-
McClure in Fort Lauderdale.Mr. .
:'_"" l'H'"
A .
'sand Mrs. Leon Spooner and .4. Ky'vA t

Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser attendedthe z 'T I IjCFaa

Florida UniversityGeorgiaTech

football in Gainesville, last _
Saturday.Rev. '
Wayne Owens, formerly
pastor of the Pahokee Methodist

Church, now residing in Miami,
was a visitor in Pahokee on Wed-


Airman 2-c Benny Baxter arrived \ h
Wednesday from Shaw Air
Force Base. Sumter S. C. to

spend a 14-day leave with his par- ________ _. Ia
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ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKins-
___________ r I IsW
try, Jr. r ;

Mr. and Mrs. R J. .Schroder
Visited their son and daughterinlaw I

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Schroderand

family in Lantana last Sun-. .
day. -
; .
David Watkins. son of Mr. and "

Mrs. D. B. Watkins, returned here '...(

Sunday from Oxford. Miss. wherehe lOt
was a junior at the Universityof ;.?

Mississippi.Mr. .
and Mrs. W. H. Brewton re Buy onlythe power you can use..get .
turned Saturday from Nassau, Bahamas -

after spending seven weeks !

with 'their daughter, Mrs. _Nan ECONOMY CROWN GASOLINE
Cunningham and their grandson

"Butch" who is attending Queen's
School there.
Thousands of drivers arc buying anti-knock octanes they don't need-and can't :
Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Thompsonand use.But they're switching fast to new Economy Crown. Here's why:
son, Joe Erby, plan to spend
ECONOMY CROWN is a new,economy gasoline for the many cars on the :
this weekend in DeLand with their .
road that cannot take advantage of extra anti-knock quality. Supplies all the -
daughter Miss Yvonne, who is at-
tending Stetson University there. power should such tryIMPROVED-cars can use, at a saving. If yours is a higher-powered car, you .-

They will join her in celebratingthe um u tiiu '
anniversary of her birthday CROWN GASOLINE: Users of regular-grade gasoline will finda
new value in improved Crown Gasoline-now better than ever. Moves your = =
on Saturday. car up in performance while holding driving costs down.

Mrs. M. P. Stanley left Wednesday IMPROVED CROWN EXTRA: Standard's popular premium gasoline now

morning for a visit with her at an all-time high in anti-knock quality. Designed for those cars requiring the
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Peigler in finest in performance characteristics.Meet .

Lumpkin, Georgia. the Standard family of long-running gasolines! At your Standard station.

; Mrs. H. M. McIntosh and Miss

t .Julia"Mathis were., Jha, weekend M.. L KEEN, AGENT. ,. .
guests ofMr. and Mrs-G. c; Mc'Larty \ STANOARDr oIL COIMPAtVY KENTUCKY .
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fc in Lake:Worth. --- ; n /- "" "- --t --- -;- PHONE 2351 CANAL POINT, FT. ,.

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t tr r Friday, October :5, 1962. The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida paz.'hv..

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'1\\ Methodist Women Statewide Clinic Shower In Honor Rogers Will SpeakB. Insecticides Are !I

I a In Thursday MeetNine ,Mrs. Edwin ToddThe Worth.Their Costs I

Training UnionTte G. PO DedicationCongressman I
members. the w.s.c.s. home of Mrs. James H. GAINESVILLE-Dr. Robert H. I

r '- of the Canal Point Methodist Wilkinson, Jr., 1049 East Main White-Stevens of American Cyan- I

, Church met at 10:00 Thursday Florida Baptist Convention Street, Pahokee, was the scene, Paul G. Rogershas amid Co., speaking at the Food I

morning: at the home of Mrs/'La- Statewide Training Union Clinic Tuesday afternoon of a miscellaneous accepted an invitation to speak Additives Conference at the University !

vinia Parker, who conducted a will be held at the First Baptist shower for Mrs. Edwin Todd. of Florida recently, declared I
study of the book "On Asia's !' at the dedication ceremonies of the
Rim. Church, Tampa, October 812. R. who lost her personal effects and the benefits of using insecti- i
It was divided into four sections Maines Rawls of the Baptist Sun- household furnishings in a recent new Belle Glade post office to be cides far outweigh the risks invol- I

. I with Korea reviewed by Grace day School Board of the Southern fire. held October 21, according to Rob- ved in their occasional misuse. !

Maxson, Hong Kong by Frances Baptist Convention, will direct the Hostesses with Mrs. Wilkinsonwere ert C. "Bob" Lee, chairman of the He expressed concern that Ra- I

Vorheea, Teiwan by Bobby McCall clinic. Mrs. Julian Branch Mrs. committee who is spearheadingthe chel Carson's forthcoming book, I

and Okinawa by Bertie Maxson. The morning program will be Gordon Hillier, Mrs. W. K. Aid dedication, sponsored by the "Silent Spring" which strongly

Devotional period was in charge highlighted by a period of Bible ridge Mrs. J. W. Brown, Mrs. Vir- local Chamber of Commerce. critizes use of insecticides, would I
of Becky Kepp.A led D. J. Evans of the ginia Bush and Mrs. Ray Hawk
study by However said Mr. Lee, to accommodate cause unnecessary alarm among I
delightful luncheon was serv- Gordon Street Baptist Church, At- Jr.The the Congressman the consumers.
ed by Mrs. Parker.
-- -_ .- .sa I lanta. This study will be held Tuesday honoree received many time has been changed from 2:15p. "There is no risk to the consumer I
ATTEND through Friday. Another lovely gifts including a bedspreadfrom m. to 3:30 p. m. from the use of pesticides when
morning feature will be the con- the hostesses. Also attending the they are properly applied;" Dr.
Mr. and Mrs.
C. ,L. Shirley Jr. 9
ference and demonstration on be C. Banks Gladden, Regional White-Stevens said.
and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ca-
ruthers of Belle Glade attendedthe Group Learning, led by Miss Margaret James L. Tyson Jr. Director of the Post Office De- "Only in instances of rare mis-

Fla. University-Ga. Tech foot- Sharp of the Baptist Sunday partment, of Atlanta who will use is there danger. Even thenwthe
School Board. Evening Leadership misuse has to be of gigantic -
represent the Post Office Depart
ball last
game in Gainesville, Sat.
urday. Workshops and classes for all age Heads Pahokee CC ment. since each chemical reg- I

groups will be held Monday Letters of invitation to prominent istered with the control agenciesof I

, through Friday. local and county officials are the federal government has an I
Other outstanding speakers include Judge James L. Tyson Jr., was being mailed this week by the adequate built-in safety factor determined -

:, Classified Ads' I Earl Waldrup, Director of elected new president of the Cham- committee on invitations headed by experimental research -

I New Member Orientation, Baptist ber, succeeding Robert Fisher. by Mrs. Rosa A. Nash, local post. .

Sunday School Board; Joe Davis Paul Collier was elected vice pres- master. The public is invited to at- -

FOB SALE: New and used Willys Heacock, Dean, Southwestern ident, and Glenn Powell, treasurer I tend the ceremony and open house

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage Baptist Theological Seminary, er. Mrs. Lillian Padgett, wife of after the program. This will give I Big Tourist SeasonIs
I'' In Belle Glade, Phone 3058. Fort Worth; Bartlett Dorr, Minis Mayor Duncan Padgett, is the ex local citizens an opportunity toI I

Oct. 17-54-cn. ter of Education. First Baptist ecutive secretary. Paul Collier, see just how their mail is handled Being Sought

\ COTTA A ROOM Church Richmond; Frank L. Richard F. Hurt, Glenn Powell and from the inside. Employees of the
for rent? A
y Stubbs Minister of Education. Milton Salvatore, elected by mail' office will assist in guided tours TALLAHASSEE A $425.000
l small ad in this column will
get First Baptist Church, Atlanta; and explain to the patrons winter season tourist promotionwith
ballot as new directors of the Pa
the done. any-j I
job It only costs a: dollar.
Call 924-2661. I Charles E. Peterson, Director of hokee Chamber of Commerce thing they might want to several innovations has been

Promotion, Florida Baptist Convention with three year terms of office,I I Refreshments will be served by approved by the Florida Develop-

FOR SALE: Limited amount of I ; Paul A. Meigs, Secretary met with the chamber's board of the ladies of the community, under ment Commission.
of disease free seed cane i of Evangelism Florida Baptist directors in the Civic Building the chairmanship of Mrs. I. L. Louis Benito Advertising of
Convention; and Preston E. Sell- Price. Tampa is the agency hired by the
No. CP5028 and CIA 1223. Also Monday night to reorganize for
customer seed treatment for Rat- ers, pastor of the First Baptist the new year. commission for its promotion cam-
paign. Benito president of the
toon Stunting disease. Robert J. Church Tampa. The resignations of Edward A.
firm headed the presentation
Simonson, Phone 924-7256, Paho Jensen Luke Dufresne and C. E. Rev. Hal Hunter Is
the new program to membersofthe
kee, Fla. tfA17chWE Williams as directors with one-

Five Choirs Sing year terms of office still unfilled.I! Rotary Speaker commission.The .
I price tag on the promotional
HAVE HEARD of folks who were accepted.
have rooms for rent and rooming Pahokee BaptistAt Bill Benton Mitchell Kirk and Rev. Hal Hunter, formerly program is the same as last year.

houses for rent. A small ad right George Rashley, unsuccessful can- or of the Pahokee Baptist past-I According to Wendell Jarrard,
chairman of the commission, it is
here might turn the trick. Why not the First Baptist Church of didates for the office of directorin
and currently pastor at the '
I the state will receive a
try it? It is a small cost-$1.00 a Pahokee the Lord's will be the recent election, were appointed anticipated
Supper 'I
I wood I worthof
Baptist Church West Palm bonus of another $250,000
week. to fill the vacancies.The .
observed on Sunday Morning; October free advertising participationfrom
new offices will be installed was guest speaker at the
FOR SALE: Cold drink box with '7th at the Worship Hour. In I during the annual membership luncheon meeting of the Pahokee other sources.

money changer. Good as new. the evening service at 7:30 the banquet to be held in the dining Rotary Club, last Thursday, with Benito noted that, for the first
See it at Cleve's Service Station the president. Dr. E. C. Johnson time, the campaign is being wag-
Music Department- the Church room of the Elks Club Oct. 30.
and Variety Store in Pahokee. Cost ed in several Midwest farm
I presiding. Introduced by C. L.
will present a special: program under Fred O. Dickinson. Jr., of West
.$335. take it for $150. .S14ch_ .>4__ 'the direction of Mrs Guthrie Palm Beach will beprincipal Shirley .Jr.Rev.. Hunter gave _the azines.,Still another first.is the inclusion

GOIN' FISHIN'? Stop by Cleve's Colvard, the Church Music Direct speaker at the banquet and W. O. high lights of his recent'30-day of net work television ad- I

Service Station and Variety or. The topic for the service is, (Bill) Moss will serve as masterof tour of the Far East including the vertising in a contract with the
Bibical lands.It NBC Today program.
Store for your bait. We have large "The Church Victorious" ceremonies.
I Another innovation, accordingto
was announced that the Ro-
shiners, :Missouri minnows, local The five Choirs of the Church
tary conference of District 699 will Benito, is the proposed use of
minnows and worms. Cleve's Ser- will participate and special num- Successful Season
be held in Boca Raton October huge posters on buses in four major -
vice Station and Variety Store in bers will be done by the follow- I
'Ahead For Florida 26, 27 and 28, with the DeLand Northern cities in a "test" pro-
Pahokee. S14-ch ing: Mrs. Ralph Grimes Bob
Club acting as host. gram for effectiveness of that typeof
Hasty soloists. Mixed Quartet: I
FOR RENT.! A furnished 2BR TALLAHASSEE Despite airline Guests were Walter Hooker, advertising.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stanley, Dorothy -
CBS house on St. Lucie Canal at and James Batchelor, Jr. The I Iladies' strikes encephalitis and economic -I George C. Young, J. A. Ball, J. P. ..
Port Mayaca. Phone 9245584. Halbrook, Jr. Herb Chapman, Dr.
doldrums Florida will have a
Trio: Mrs. Stella Sue Sears, I The seventh annual state con-
Oct. 5 tf Clarence Kidder, Garee Curlee,
successful winter tourist season,
Mrs. Lee Wroten and Mrs. Col-i i Alcoholics
vention of Anonymouswill
Ron Marlowe, E. F. Mixson and
vard.A [according to the Florida Develop-
Luzier Cosmetics. Needs Con-
ment Commission. Fritz Stein, Jr., all of Belle Glade; I be held in Jacksonville next
invitation is |,
sultant trainees. Will train. very warm
Founded in 1935 AA' is
H. C. White of Savannah, Ga.; J. spring. ,
Chain-man Director Wendell
Commission plus bonus. Call Mrs. to the public by the Pastor,J, '
of alcoholics who help
W. Haggins, Miami; Charles Mc- composed
Jarrard there is
says no reason
Pahokee 9243463.Oct. Rev. Guthrie Colvard.
j Morgan va rd. I alarm or panic in the tourist pro- Williams, West Palm Beach; Gene each other maintain sobriety and
5-3tp. motion agency over prospects for McPherson, Tampa, and Miss Sylvia who work with others who need
I :Moore.: help.
the .
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f the results of any

health problems, transportation
'Ii ,, ,
l'fn..tA.t I\ nnn n '
strikes economic changes or
weather patterns are a regular

part of our job," Jarrard said.

Grand.nl Special He did not predict a record sea- -, ARE YOU

o son, but said early indications
.- point to successful. influx of I
"'i; tourists. House Hunting?

I OCTOBER THRU .OCTOBER,13 Meanwhile, Fred O. Dickinson ::
asserted Florida is headed for the

i biggest tourist season in history.

I REALISTIC Dickinson is chairman of Florida's Would You Like To Move, In Now?
'$8 50 Council of 100 and has been prominently

COLD WAVE mentioned as a guberna-

torial candidate in 1964. Spacious new home at 146 Green Star Avenuein
He said a study by the Councilof

: : : : t t 1 : }+ t 1 : : : : : : : : : : : : H-+: : : : : : 1 1 : : : 100 showed the Panhandle section Pahokee, near schools 3 Bedrooms 2

enjoyed the most profitable
I INDIVIDUAL HAIR STYLING summer tourist season in three tile baths family room and integral garage.

years. He added that he feels, the

'! Air Conditioned For Your Comfort Cuban situation notwithstanding, Central heating, also special features found

the 1963 season will be the greatest
Florida has even seen.Dickinson's only in more expensive homes. Landscaped lot.
,H""H''H"H"H"H'I' 1 I II I ''I"I '
prediction was presented -
in a speech at the 12th an- Open for inspection by owner Saturday and.

: nual installaiton banquet of the Sunday from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p. m. F. H. A. t=_
Hialeah-Miami Springs Chamberof
INA'S BEAUTY SHOPPECanal Commerce. approved. J:=-

Point _.Phone 4-4351 J. W. Vann returned< to her

home here yesterday (Thursday) FRED G. YOUNT INC.

j Highway 441 South of Bridge after spending 10 days in Good ,

Samaritan Hospital West Palm

Beach where she was a surgical
I .
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Page Six The Eyerglad Neprs4{ .Cam.;o nt,.I prlda, Friday. October 5.1962 t
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yea, I will help thee; yea, I will next month. "v,

uphold thee with the right handof Incoming officers are Mrs. C. L.

Of Thc A my correlative_righteousness citation"' to be read Shirley. Sr,. vice-president: Mrs. Ii
II News Churches
J: from "Science and Health with Paul Watson, second vicepresident -

Key to the Scriptures" by :Mary ; Mrs. M. P. Sapp, secretary; \

uu _u Baker Eddy states: "Whatever is Mrs. Frank GiUis, treasurer; Mrs. ,
j governed by God, is never for an
Leland Shirley, YWA director;
The Methodist Church First Methodist The Church Of God instant deprived_ of the light and I
might of intelligence and Life" (p. Mrs. Gene Gore, YWA leader Mrs .... .
Canal Point, FloridaRobert Church, PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal 215). David Unwin and Mrs. Don Collier, f i
Point Road The Golden Text is from n I junior GA leaders; Mrs. Lois

A. Shelley Pastor T. C. O'Steen Timothy: "God hath not given us, White intermediate GA leader
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: John H. Kinard pastor the spirit of fear; but of power' Mrs. Milton Douglas. Sunbeam
10:00 a. m.-Church School I 9:45, a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School and of love and of a sound mind. director; Mrs. M. M. Andrews and
x 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service -- -
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship : Mrs. S. T. Lassiter, beginners
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship 6:45 p. m.-MYF 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service "Together With God" Sunbeam leaders; Mrs. L. M.
7:30 p. .-Evening Worship 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. Mullis and Mrs. Raymond Martin
8:00 m. Thursday-W.MJ3. Was WMU
MONDAY p. Topic
: TUESDAY: primary Sunbeam leaders; Mrs.
3:15p. m.- Youth Choir practice 7:00 p. 'm. Vesper Choir prac- Everyone welcome. Special music I I I Guthrie Colvard program chair-

TUESDAY: ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. .,_. "Together with God" was the: man; Mrs. Edwin Todd. mission
8:00 p. .-Woman's Society : topic of the program presented at:i study; Mrs. Joe E. Thompson
1st Tuesday 7:45 p. .-Mid-week devotions Christian:;Science the October meeting of the Wom- prayer chairman; Mrs. Wiley

A4' 2nd MONDAY: 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- Group Of Canal Point an's Missionary Union of the Pa- Tills community missions; Mrs.
7:30, p. m.-Esther Class meeting tice hokee Baptist Church held Tues- Earl Gamble stewardship; Mrs.
I WEDNESDAY: I Overcoming,fear will,be a theme day morning at the church. Mrs. W. A. Stevens publications; Mrs.
7:30 p. m.-Prayer. Meeting The Pahokee Church dealt with at Christian Science Guthrie Colvard, program chairman Lester Hand social chairman;
I services Sunday in a Lesson-Serm. was in charge and she also Mrs. J. P. Herring sunshine; Mrs.
Of The NazareneRev.
\ First Baptist on entitled "Unreality." I presided over the business session. Marvin Crady, children's home,
-.L- Opening the Scriptural selec. New, officers were elected for and Mrs. Adeline Wroten, pianist.
., Church, PahokeeSUNDAY Max D. Jones, Pastor I tions is this verse from Isaiah. I the new year, with the exceptionof The opening prayer was given
433 Bacom Point Rd. "Fear thou not; for I am with th prsidnt who will be electedfor by Mrs. Joe E. Thompson and the
/ Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 thee: be not dismayed; for I am the new year, with the excepof closing prayer and meditation was
9:45-Sunday School. SUNDAY, SERVICES: thy God: I wilr'-strengthen thee; the president who will be elected given by Mrs. E. B. Gamble.
11:00 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
-Morning Worship
6:15-Training Union 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship
6:30 m.-Juniors .
7:30-Evening Worship p. 7Swref7raKRS7 ?TOSPhone
WEDNESDAY 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening
Evangelistic Service
7:30-Prayer Service
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer
Canal Point meeting 1 I
Baptist Church "Where you are a stranger but I
once.- 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade 1

SUNDAY 9:45 a.: .-Sunday School Canal Point First SALES and SERVICE r

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Baptist ChurchElder
6:30 p. m.-Training Union I v*Heating Air Conditioning Appliances :
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship R. E. Barfield I
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7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School
-- 11:00 .-Morning Worship ,
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7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. '
Church Of God, 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship

Barfield HighwayPahokee WEDNESDAY:
7:30 m.-Midweek Prayer
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2nd and 4th TUESDAYSI : ENJOY THE 10.
W. Hughes, Minister 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary :

,_ Phone 924-3736 Meeting.
SUNDAY: .ilU"'41Ut. "

:"9:45 a. m.-Sunday School St. Mary's Catholic .. tHERE'S NEVER A DULL MOMENT WITH A NEW ..
11:00 *
a. m.-Morning Worship ?. <" .r y
7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser ChurchFather .

: Francis Fennech, Pastor
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service Sunday Mass: 11:30 a. m.
THURSDAY: Confessions before Mass'
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ --

Service Holy Nativity ;; ?:
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Episcopal ChurchPahokee d 'J''srff-
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St Peter's Lutheran :'!:i'r::%.: %r;}i r} ..e7.Ov.CvX

,Church, Belle Glade Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar \ '. zrTc4i %

August Koerber, Pastor 10 a. .-Sunday School
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade 11:00 a. m.-Worship Service
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Page Eight The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday, October 5, 1962 c

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F Teacher Banquet Miss Colvard Chosen VISIT IN GEORGIA
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Humphrey,
Pahokee MethodistA .1 For Stetson ChoirMiss Sr. took_ her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

A. J. Haryille. Sr. who had been
banquet honoring the teachers Ruth Colvard.. daughter of their house guests for five weeks, (

s and workers in the Sunday Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard to their home in Alamo Ga. on J
Sunday School of the Pahokee has been selected for the Concert Tuesday. Enroute home, Mr. and

l:.. Methodist Church, was held Wed- I Choir of Stetson University at De- Mrs. Humphrey visited their son-

nesday night in the social hall of Land, Florida. The Concert Choiris in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. / \
the church. W. D. Howard chair- I
under the direction of Professor R. E. Sanders in Tallahassee. .
man of the Commission on Educa- .
Harold Giffin who is Professor of
;. t. R. tion, was master'of ceremonies.A Music at the University.Miss HOME FROM CHICAGO I.
musical was presented -I I
Colvard is an Early Ad- Mrs. Thomas C. O'Steen returned /
; by four members of the Meth- '
11 mission student at Stetson, having Saturday frm Chicago, 111. ./ \
odist Youth Fellowship. A piano
: been selected to enter College where she visited her son-in-law ,",
: solo was rendered by Wayne
'. without finishing the Senior year and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I
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Hundley; Tammy played a
-==t.. flute solo Dottie of High School work. The Concert Joseph King and family including .'
;:: accompanied by I '
....;;.., Lair on the piano and Dottie Lair Choir is the Musical group that her granddaughter, Carol, who
will represent Stetson Universityon is slowly recovering from a serious -
and Jan Plumer
played a piano
duet. tours during the school year. heart ailment \

... ., Rev. T. C. O'Steen, pastor, spokon --
"Making a Career of Teaching -
;...$:. H'+r I-1 t I I : : I I i I tit I I I J I t I I I I It I t I I t I I I I I I 1 1 '"
\ and conducted a brief instal- ,
{.....;:;.;;: .. lation service for the teachers.
Mrs. Jess M. Elliott was general THEATRES

chairman of the event.


Michael CowartAt
7 +k,,: Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Adm. FarragutCadet - -
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6h.7.. ;. Thomas Michael Cowart, SUNDAY-ltIONDAY -TUESDA
son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cow-
art, Pahokee has enrolled in Ad
miral Farragut Academy, St. Pet- OCTOBER 7-8-9 "FLOWER DRUM

ersburg, Florida for the 1962-63 "DW Dim" SONG"
school session. The Academy be-
MRS. EDWIN JAY STUART gan its 1962-63 session with a capacity -
enrollment of 310 cadets WALTER PIDGEON AND
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from 37 states and possessions and GILLES PAY ANT
Miss Jeanne Delano WeddedTo '
Margaret 20 foreign countries, with 298 'rIlE SERGEANT WAS.

Edwin Stuart In Church CeremonyWhite i iI Americans ana 12 cadets offor- (TECIINICOLOR) A LADY"

I I eign parentage. Ie I I I I J t I 1 I I I 1 I J 1 I J J J t I I I I I It : : I I I I I : t t : I I I I t t I )
and yellow gladiola deco- Mr. Stuart was graduated from I
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rated the altar of the Immaculate Pahokee High School and received : i ; .
Conception Church on Saturday his Bachelor of Arts Degree from I :.

August 25, when Margaret Jeanne the University of Florida, wherehe -. .

Delano and Edwin Jay Stuart exchanged was affiliated with Lamda Chi c5i

wedding vows. Alpha Fraternity attended I -- 4d
The double ring -ceremony was Naval Officer's Candidate Schoolin

performed by Monsignor John Newport,'Rhode Island, and the handiest phones -
Lavelle at 12:00: noon. served on the staff of The Com-

The bride, daughter of Mr. and cander Training .Command, Pa- 1J 1M

Mrs. Vincent James Delano Ravenna cific.

Ohio, was given in marri- The young couple,are now livingin t
age by her father. She wore a Interlachen, Florida. The new 1" are the phones at hand

gown of white lace over net and Mrs. Stuart is teaching fourth

satin. The long sleeved bodice featured grade at Silver Lake School and

a scalloped sabrina neck- Mr. Stuart is studying law at the

line. Her full skirt ended with a University of Florida.

chapel train. A fingertip veil of
illusion was attached to a crown
of seed pearls. She carried a white Bill Allen ,Has 50-

purple-throated orchid with a cascade -

of ribbon and stephonotis. (Continued From Page 1)

The attendants wore street- sul commander of Camp 710, was

length dresses of gold nylon. The in charge of arrangements. He
dresses featured a bouffant skirt, was assisted by Ross Spear of Pa-

round neckline and three-quarter' hokee, who is field representative.Mrs. .

length sleeves. A gold nylon sash. F. G. Gillis, Mrs. Ross Spear I / fgL k Ift&
accented the princess waistline.Mrs. and Mrs. William Alston assisted I I

James Nagella attended her with the supper. !

sister as Matron of Honor. She Among those attending were t.v
carried a bouquet of yellow and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brooks and

white fugi mums. The bridesmaids, family, Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Anderson -
Miss Francia Muratore. cousin of and family, Mr. and Mrs. :

the bride, and Miss Deborah Ann Owens Spence and girls, Mr. and

Swartout, niece of the bride, carried Mrs. James Watford and family,
bouquets of yellow fugi mumff Mr. and Mrs. James Snow, and Mr. Thx

The bridegroom son of Mr. and and Mrs. William Alston and family -

Mrs. Clifford L. Stuart, Canal all of Belle Glade; Mr. and

Point, had Murray Williams a Mrs. W. C. Allen of. South Bay;

college fraternity brother, as best Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Gillis, Mr. and .''.z.. 1
man. Another fraternity brother, Mrs. C. A. Stuckey and family, '

George Summers, and Vincent THr. and Mrs. Noma-Norman, Mrs.: I

James Delano, Jr., brother of the Tommie Perry and family, Trooper -'I

bride were ushers. Glenn Blocker', and Mr. and Mrs. x
all of Pahokee Rev,
Rass"Spear, ; I
Mrs. Dejano chose a blue silk
and Mrs. Curtis Mock,. West Palm
sheath dress with embroidered design .
Beach; Milton Haggins, Canal
and blue and white acces-
Point; Patricia Parker Bryant,
sories. An orchid corsage accented
and ten from the club
boys boy's
her costume. Mrs. Stuart wore a
of WOW
green silk sheath dress with white

accessories and an orchid corsage. ..- -
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Preceding the ceremony, Joseph

Coates, soloist, sang the Ave Local Girls Named
Maria. After the
wedding vows
Co-Editors Devil Trail
were repeated, the bride placed a
bouquet of white carnations on the

altar of the Blessed Virgin Mary Miss Amy Young and Miss Connie Relaxing? Make the moments more enjoyable with a lazy (and so

while Mr. Coates sang "Mother, at Singletary have been, named
Your Feet I'm Kneeling." I co-editors of the 1963 Devil's Trail private) chat on your bedside phone. Count on your bedside phone,

Dinner for the bridal party and annual, according to the announcement too, for that safe, cozy feeling you like at night. Throughout your
families was served at the Chicken made at Pahokee High
house, phones in the right spots add convenience and comfort,
Manor Restaurant. An evening reception School, this week.
was held at the American I Other staff members are Miss I whether it's bedroom, kitchen or den. When ordering your extension

Legion Hall. Heather Reed, organizations; Miss phone, ask about other modern telephone conveniences melodic
The bride is a graduate of Ravenna Gale Sears and Miss Joyce Sims,I
and Home Just call business office.
Bell Interphone. our
City High School and re- classes; Dennis Martin and Crate

ceived her Batchelor of -Sciencein Tucker, sports; Willadene Todd

Education Degree from Kent and Alice Joy Wilson, activities; .,

State University, Kent, Ohio In Peggy Turner, business manager; 0'

1958. While attending Kent State I Donald Smith and Mike Watkins,
she was a member of Kappa Delta advertising, and Miss Iva Hand Southern .i Sit

Pi education: honorary. She taught I|and Douglas Potter, subscriptions.

school in Euclid. Ohio and 'in San Mrs. Myrth McCormick is the I .. ..it iIiM
Diego, California. faculty sponsor.

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