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 19, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Buddy Lampi New 150 Students Will Nematodes Talk Blanton BrothersGet Lake Worth Squad

Get Scholarship AF PromotionLITTLE

Rotary Member TALLAHASSEE Ed Henderson By Dr. WinchesterGuest ROCK AFB, Ark. Comes Here ToniteTonight

Exectuive Secretary of the Two Pahokee, brothers have been

Robert O. (Buddy) Lampi n, I Florida Education Association, has speaker for the Ever- promoted airman. second class in on Lair Field in Paho-

I president of the senior class at turned over a $4,500 check to J. glades USDA Club's first meeting the United States Air Force. kee the local Blue Devils will do

,: Pahokee High School, was inducted Velma Keen, President of the after summer vacation was the The brothers, Douglas H. Blan-
Southern and Re- battle with Lake Worth who is
by County Commissioner .Paul Scholarship Everglades Experiment Station's ton, and Glenn W. Blanton, are
search Foundation, which tied with Belle Glade for the lead
Rardin, a past president, as the provides newest scientist, Dr. James A. sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blantonof
student member for the current rent-free housing for 150 academ- Winchester. The Club resumed its 778 Fern St., Pahokee. in the Suncoast Conference.Last .

. year of the Pahokee Rotary Club ically talented students at Florida meetings with a luncheon at the Both of them are vehicle opera- Friday night Dan McCartyof
State The check is
at the luncheon meeting held last University. part Community Center, Canal Point on tors in the 825th Transportation Fort Pierce threw Pahokee off

,I Thursday! John Howell, new Di- payment for the FEA Scholarship Wednesday, October 10. Squadron here.
the of the Suncoast Conferenceby
House, one of seven homes top
versified Cooperative Training ope- Dr. Winchester, a native Flo- They are graduates of Pahokee
rated the Foundation at FSU. registering two touchdowns in
coordinator at Pahokee High ridian, received his three degrees High School.Funeral.
a the final period on a 29-13 victory,
School was also inducted as a new from the University of Florida, -i
and Sebring ended Okeechobee'sstring
member. Woman of The Year Gainesville, in Nematology, and Services of four straight victories
James \V. Vann, executive secretary spoke to the club about nematodesin
with a 12-7 verdict over the Brah-
of the Pahokee Housing Au- general.
I mans in a Ridge Conference game.,
thority, was the speaker. Introduced Is Clara CapronAt Root-knot nematodes, of which For Juanita CaryFuneral One of the key weekends of the
by Bascom A. Belcher, he spokeon I most people in the Glades are at
season is on tap tonight for Sun-
"The Menace of Communism. least vaguely familiar, have been
He stressed the need for educa- a banquet held at the George I coast Conference fans when the
known to be destructive to crops services for Mrs. Jua-
Hotel West Palm pennant-favored outfit from Lake
tional courses, such as the "Amer- Washington since before the turn of the cent- nita Cary, 45, who died suddenly
Worth comes to Pahokee.
Beach, Monday night, in conjunc-
icanism Versus Communism"course Relatively little attention to
I junction with the celebration of ury. Saturday night, at her home in Both Belle Glade and Pahokee
being introduced this yearas the development of control meas- '
Flor- National Business Women's Week, Marianna from a heart attack, teams are surprisingly strong so
a required subject for ures was devoted by agricultural
and Mrs. Clara Hunter Capron, As- were held there Tuesday after- far. But this week both face a vital
ida high school seniors experiment stations until about
sistant of test before home audiences in the
juniors. He reported on the Governor's County Superintendent 1925 to 1950. In fact, Nematology noon.
Public Instruction of Palm Beach Mrs. Cary who had been the feature game of a six-game Suns
Conference on the Cold as a field of its own, relative to
County, was honored as "Womanof guest on numerous occasions of coast card.Seacrest.
War which he Miami
attended at those of entomology, pathology,
the Year." I' her sisters, Mrs. L. J. Fraser and 3-1-1 over-all, visits
Beach last July, and briefly reviewed ornithology, etc. was not recog- I
Guest speaker. Dr. Minnie C. Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Sr., in Pahokee, Belle Glade which is 5-0 and still
a book on the Korean War nized until the late 1940's. It was
Miles of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, had many friends in this area. unscored upon for the best half-
for examples of the hyprocrisy and I shortly after 1950 that agricul-
president of the National Federation She is survived by her husband season record in the school's hist-
viciousness of Chinese Communists. tural experiment station directors
of. Business and Professional recognized pi r tparasiUn i Martin W,, Cary Si.,- MaTriamia- ory.. Lake.. Worth, 4-0 and not yet _

Dr. E. C. Johnson, president, Women's Clubs, Inc. was introduced (Continued From Page 1) her father, H. A. Lee Marianna; keenly pressed by an opponent,
Mrs. Linkous, W. Jr. calls on Pahokee which had a four-
presided during the business ses- by Margaret I three sons, Lt. M. Cary, ,
who is of the Florida win streak last week
sion. Guests were C. A. Bailey, president I Fort Carson, Colo.; Mike and clipped
I: Federation of Business and Professional Steve, Marianna; one daughter by McCarty.In .
Garrie Curlee and J. P. Halbrook,
all of Belle Glade; Bob McIntosh. Women's Clubs. All of II I Pahokee Baptists I Sheila Ann, Marianna; three two other league matches,

Weeksof I the other state officers of the brothers, Robert Lee, Panama winless Clewiston visits Forest
of Boynton Beach and J. G.
Canal Point. BPW were also present at the !! Planning RevivalThe I City; Albert Lee of DeLandand Hill and equally winless Riviera

banquet. Terry Lee, Tallahassee; six sisters, Beach travels to face rebounding

Those attending from this area Mrs. Hilda Thomas and Mrs. McCarty. After going scorelessin

Billy Osceola To were Miss Patsy Batchelor, Mra. fall revival of the First Christine Fraser of Pahokee; Mrs. their first three starts, the

Alma Farrow, Mrs. Lucile Renouf Baptist Church of Pahokee will Frances Cobb, Tallahassee; Mrs. Eagles have made an about face

and Mrs. Tommie H. DuBose, all begin on Sunday, November 4th Evelyn Goldsmith, Milton; Mrs. to win two straight.Reserved .
To Women ... .
Speak Pahokee and Mr. and Mrs.: A. -
of I and run through the following Esther Kilpatrick, Lakeland, and

R. Harrington of Canal Point. Sunday, Nov., 11th. Mrs. Lucille Rooks, Marianna, and
.. To
Billy Osceola, chairman of the The visiting preacher for the one grandson.
services will be the Reverend R.
Seminole Tribal Council and Vir- Elarbee Is Named
O. Baker, Jr., Pastor of the First Be t Available
gil N. Harrington, superintendentof Baptist Church of Cramerton, Garden Club Has

the Seminole Indian Agency, Director Of Lions North Carolina. He is a native of I

Hollywood, will present a programon i I I r Charlotte, N. C., and received his Two New MembersMrs. All those who reserved 1962 tag 4

the work of the Bureau of In- formal education after high schoolat numbers for their automobileS

dian Affairs at the luncheon meet- Harry Brooks Elarbee was elect- Mars Hill and Wake Forest must come into the tag office during

ing of the Pahokee Woman's Club ed a director of the Pahokee Lions Colleges-both are Baptist Colleges Seth Roberts and Mrs. October and reserve their 1963

next Wednesday.After Club by unanimous vote at the in North Carolina. Fred Hickerson were received as tag numbers if they wish to retain

.- 1:30 p. m., the public is luncheon meeting held Tuesdaywith Mr. Baker received his seminary new members of thePahokee the same numbers: Mrs. Edwina

J invited to view the display of In- the president, Kyle Scott, i I training at Southwestern Baptist Garden Club at the meeting held Young of the Tax Collector's office

4 dian handicraft.'Items may be purchased presiding. Mr. Elarbee, who is I Seminary, at Fort Worth, Texas. Tuesday morning at the home of reminded reserve tag owners to-

--J.-:: if desired. associated with Boe's Electrical I I He served in the United States Air Mrs. J. T. Platt on East Main

: Mrs. C. M. Todd president, will Appliances, was elected to fill the Force during the second World Street, with the president, Mrs. day.The full price of the tag plus a

preside. vacancy created by the resignation I I War. Mrs.' Baker is also a native of Jess Elliott, presiding. dollar reserve fee must be paid at

of Milton Salvatore. I i Charlotte, and they have two children Charles Tucker, assistant coun- the time of application, she added

Wayne Boynton, a senior at Pa Lynn 8, and Billy 2. ty agent of Palm Beach County Those desiring tag numbers not

Annual Carnival hokee High School and presidentof I During Mr. Baker's student days gave a talk on flowering shrubs. previoyaly reserved will have an

Canal Point SchoolThe the student council, spoke on!I I he served churches in Texas. He He was introduced by Lyons Will- opportunity to do so starting November -

"Boys State" which he attended has held two other pastorates: iams of Miami, representative of first.

June 10-16 at Tallahassee. Introduced Commonwealth Baptist Church in Kilgore Seed Company, who distributed Many find it convenient to remember -
annual Halloween Carnivalwill ]I
be held at the Canal Point by Paul Tillery, he gave a Charlotte; and his present work at I. complimentary garden their tag numbers by reserving -

lively account of his experience 1 First Baptist Church in Cramerton. -. supplies to members.It tags bearing their tele-
school on Wednesday night, October -
there, and of his political campaign He is very active in Associa- was announced that Mrs. C. phone numbers.
31, according to an announce ..
for Commissioner; of Agri- tional and State Baptist work in. A. Major will be the chairman in --
ment from the local PTA: officials.
culture, which he won. He stated North Carolina. charge of the fruitcake sale this Echols Home Scene
The carnival will be conducted ,
that "Boys State" topped all other year.This is the only fund raising
along the lines of the one held last
year, it was. said. special meetings or events that he Local GA's Attend project of the year, with part of Of Circle MeetingThe
I had ever attended. the receipts going into a fund fora

..... Guests were John Adair, Jr., 50th AnniversaryMrs. future garden center, and the remainder regular monthly meeting of

Turkey Dinner On Lake Worth; Jerry L. Cox, Brox- being used for local beau- the Scoggin-Jernigan Circle of the

ton, Ga.; R. O. (Buddy) Lampi H, Jim Gifford and Mrs. Grace tification.The Canal Point Baptist Church WMU

Saturday Nov. 10A and Joe T. Boynton. '_ Strayer accompanied three Canal next meeting will be held at met Thursday evening at 8 o'clockat

Next Week, William S. Benton Point members of the GA's to the home of Mrs. Frank Friend the home of Mrs. G. T. Echols

turkey dinner with -all the will present C. E. (Red) Taylor West Palm 'Beach Monday night with Mrs J. W. Ludlam demon- with Mrs. R. T. Smith, program

trimmings will be held at the Com- who will speak regarding the where they attended an associa- strating the construction of chairman, in charge of the pro-

munity Building on Saturday, Nov. Florida Turnpike Authority. tion-wide meeting with the occas- Thanksgiving and Christmas ar gram. The program was the first

10, sponsored by Canal Point Par- sion being the 50th birthday anni- rangements. part of the Mission Study Book

ents and the proceeds will go to Mrs. Jack Verhulst and Mrs. versary of the organization. Those Guests were Mrs. Aryan Mayo "New Frontiers in an Old World."

the school air conditioning fund. A Paul Sasser spent Friday night in who attended from the local chinch and Mrs. Charles Bradley from the A brief business meeting was

charge of $LM will be made for Wauchula visiting thier father, J. were: Teryl Echols, Regina Sod Buster's Garden Club and Mrs. held. Delicious refreshments were

adults, and- children 75 cents. C. Phillips. England and PrisciDa Sloan. Emma, Wheeler. served by the hostess.



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r".,e Two -_--- --". -,-_-..'-""."?-, "'"..-..-.-._,_ .,- The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday..October-.= "19, 1962
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I flee recently asking for informa-. Circle Meeting Is TO ATTEND CONVENTION
; ; '' l tion on how to raise ants and Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hatton
.r. where is the best market for them.i Held Thomas HomeThe have received word 'that theirJson.R ,

: I'll confess we had to write backand ger, has been chose a representative -
II ask what kind of ants she had Simonson-Lair Circle met from Centre' College
in' mind 'and for what purpose she at the home of Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Danville, Kentucky, to' attend the
I thinks they'll be used.; Sr. on East Main Street with the Methodist Student Movement

It seems to me I'Ve heard of circle chairman, Mrs. Frank State Convention being held Oct.
-z I some strange specialty foodS, suchas 'I Friend, presiding. 19-21 at London, Ky.

fried-grasshoppers and choco- Mrs. M. P. Holman, program .

I late covered ants, to intrigue party I chairman, and Mrs. J. R. York pre- HONORS VISITORSMrs.

I givers into offering their guests sented the program "Around the Edna Barrett entertainedat
something different than the usual Rim of East Asia"; in a questionand her home in Canal Point witha

run of cocktail canapes. But I answer style, which was unusual luncheon Tuesday for Mrs. Mir-

I don't envision an overwhelming and thought provoking. Mrs.R. iam Jones of Fort Lauderdale and-
The Rardin Building;In Canal Point; FloridaTHE demand developing in our conservative J. Schroder gave the closing Mrs. George Gann of Miami- DuN

LAKE OKEECHOBEE'REGION HOME OFTIE American' marKet for such prayer. ing the afternoon, some 20 ad-
extraordinary items. i Typed lists showing the coupons ditional friends called and were
On the,,other, hand- many, of us I that ,can be utilized by the Chil- served rake and coffee.
EVERGLADES NEWSServing do go for aged cheese in a big way dren's Home at Enterprise, were

yet I doubt if our cheese connoisseurs distributed to members. Mrs. Ida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-'the Lake Ofcfeechobee Farming Region Without
would be much tempted by Larrimore has been appointed to FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years
the aged eggs which the Chinese I receive these coupons from anyone BEACH COUNTY.IN .
Established,March 11, 1924, Published Every Friday consider a great delicacy. And I wishing to donate them. CIIANCERY 62C21S2-D
Subscription Price'$ .00 'Year In AdvanceThe some of our malodorous, but de- The selection of hostesses for Plaintiff .:
lightfully tasty, cheese wouldn'tbe the circle meetings for the current "VS" "
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office' JACQUELINE HOLLAND. ;
I likely to get a warm receptionon year was completed. The meetingin Defendant :
Irr Canal Point; Florid, as Second Class Matter a Chinese dinner table.I November will be at the homeof NOTICE OF SUIT!
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher I hope we shall be able to help Mrs. Lon Wilson with Mrs. J. D. 722 Mauch Chunk Street
I the woman who wants to raise Rogers as co-hostess. Easton PennsylvaniaYou
smaller than if she bought only ants. I had Refreshments served to 17 are hereby notified that Ven- I
thought of were
"I': we enough
'ff:1i: ""''!!!'... ;o.:, .. ton Lee Holland has filed a Bill of
] : :: lI fresh items to prepare in her own them in Florida that no one wouldbe members by Mrs. Wilma McClen- Complaint against you for divorce and
: / kitchen. interested in producing them ithan acting as hostess in the absence you are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the complaint on the
I ; ;: 7i: fj I commercially. of Mrs. Thomas who was plaintiff's Attorney. Thadd Whidden. P.
'f1i1 The greatest cost difference I s called out of town by the death of O. Box '105, Pahokee Florida and file
the original answer in the office of the
j : Doyle j: found in the studies was between Quite a number of things American a relative. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Paint
: I have become Beach' County, West Palm Beach, Florida -
: : \ I IJ instant coffee and that made from popular aboard on or before the 19th day of November -
Florid -Coca Cola, hot dogs, supermarkets 1962; if you fail so to do. Judg-
roast coffee. One VISIT
regular ground WEST VIRGINIA
electric refrigerators, etc. ment by default will be taken against
'DMowN o dollar of every hundred spent on Latest to invade Europe, it is reported Mr. and Mrs. William S. Plumer I Complaint.you: for the relief demanded in the

food by typical housewives in the by U. S. News, is trading left Sunday for a weeks stay at DATED this 17th day of October.
Perhaps you've wondered whether nation is spent on instatnt coffee. 1962.
With the boom
stamps. in business the Greenbriar Hotel in White J. AEX ARNETTEClerk
many of the "convenience"foods The same number of servings from there, retailing is becoming more Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. of the Circuit Court
to be found in increasing regular coffee would cost $1.96. (Circuit Court Seal)
competitive and many merchantsare Enroute they plan to visit their By Thaddie P. Plant. .
numbers in markets cost The chicken'' chow mein
today's buy
you looking for new promotion son, W. S. (Billy) Plumer, Jr., whois Deputy Clerk
more than they're worth.If at 85 cents in frozen form for four gimmicks to stimulate trade. Publish Oct. 19. 26. and Nov. 2. 9.' 1962
attending Duke University, Durham -I Thadd Whidden
"worth" is considered on the servings, or the canned product at
On the other for PlaintiffP.
hand, here in the N. C., and their niece in An- Attorney
basis of comparison with the cost 66 cents, would cost you $1.02 if U. S., a recent business news item napolis, Maryland. O- Box, 705
Pahokee Florida
of' home-prepared counterparts, prepared at home. I I I quotes officials of W. T. Grant Co.

you may be surprised to learn that On the other hand, fresh, (a chain of 1,000 stores) to the effect -
many of the convenience items will to-serve yeast rolls readY-I I
will ,.
they drop trading stampsas :,"tt *&t ti3ftt'ti G fi[
save you money besides the time :10.6 cents of every $100 of March 15, 1963. The sales increase -
and labor saving for which they. food, whereas the ingredients to realized from stamps is
are designed. make an equal quantity at home "not "
enough to pay the cost.
Frozen, orange juice concentrate would cost only 3.4 cents. However New Jersey reports the numberof Monday Cattle Sales

is among the leaders in money- many housewives-and prob- turkeys being raised there this .

saving' items. According to' the U. ably a lot of single men who do year is down 11 per cent this year,

S. Department of Agriculture, for i their own cooking-purchase the from 180,000 in 1961 to 160000.; Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
each $100 food at the foods because of
spent on cost-increasing
I Light breeds are the same as a which is owned and operated by more than 120
store 68 cents for the time and skill
grocery goes I required prepare year ago (14,000)( but heavy breedsare
frozen orange juice. But it would I such things as rolls at home.If down 20,000, or 12 per cent. Florida Cattlemen.

cost 1.39 for an equal amount'of' I you'd like more informationon In spite of the fact the industry You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here
juice from fresh oranges and relative costs of other conven- refused to
that doesn't include the value of ience foods, you may write for a national approve marketing proposalsfor order at this Market: We make an effort all times to givean

time saved in preparation. Marketing Bulletin No. 22, "Con- that would tend to lower 'production outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us _

Of 158 convenience items studied = venience Foods in the Grocery growers seem to. have taken a trial.
USDA reports 42 were less' Basket." Single copies are free. I to heart the warnings that they /
expensive and 116 more expensive; Address your request to Office of faced anoher tough year if they : : : : : : : : I : : t I : Me

than home-prepared counterparts. Information U. S. Department of didn't cut back. National produc-
However the typical housewife !Agriculture, Washington 25, D. C. tion this year is expected to total SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.

buys enough of the moneysavingitems 91,800,000 birds, or 15 per cent less &
so her total food bill is A Florida woman wrote this of- than 1961's
record crop. Heavy

breeds are down 13 per cent, but I Glades Livestock Market
--- --- -- -- ------ ------- -- --- there's a one-third cut estimatedfor I

the light breeds. I ASSOCIATIONOn

Maryland, Virginia and Califor-
I Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
nia are bucking this year's trend.
Those three states expect to pro- I Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager

duce more turkeys this year than i
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Vote- Nov: 6fo for- firyour ,

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; : All'work and no play makes'fbr tedious life. Therefore, here at the .

who has' sewed Everglades Federal we thought you would-like tdiHear-' University } I

of Florida foot ball games this fall' and we've made arrangementsto

you faithfully afor sponsor them on WSWS. So, be sure and tune in and get the

colorful play by play'description right from the playing fied. It is :

four: terms just another small part that we like to play in a wonderful community .

tllat has been so good to'us. "


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Ybu buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
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l' J .$25.00 fourteen month faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide ,:<>
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V mature in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future. That's why many retired .
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V" With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period
.drildk' education, buy E Bonds.
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<** sixmonths.With both E and H Bonds the new ate Q:In what denominations can I buy series E and series 1
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guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. : E Bands: $25 (cost$18.75),.$50 (cost $37.50), $100 A
Y Q: When did the new rate become: effective? (cost '$75.00), $200 (cost $150.00)), $500 :
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f -.A:-& older E and H Bonds pay.more now-an extra Q.How'sak U.S. Bonds? }.
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,ij> rate? Q*What if my Bonds should be lost, stolen or clam Xstroyed
fy A: Yes. You don't need to do a thing-just hold on to ?
your Bonds. '
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'*J> > Q:When my H Bonds mature, will they. keep oa eatnJ by the Treasury. If anything Happens to your a.
> # ing interest? Bonds they are replaced-firee. "
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Q:Where can I buy Bonds?
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Vena Mae Schroder Harold A. Turner i I Miriam Circle

I PERSONAL;$ :NEWS NOTESMrs. N ]I Circle. R. In Lester MeetingMrs. Hatton presented I I Asks ReelectionHarold Hears. Ernest Mrs.Maxwell MaxwellMrs. was the

Rim of speaker at the meeting of the MIr-
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Thomas Hale and sons, I! Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall visited East Asia" at the meeting of the A. Turner, former Mayorof iam Circle of the Pahokee WSCS
,'\ Rodney and Kenny, of Coral Ga- friends in Fort Pierce Sunday Vena Mae Schroder Circle of the Boca Raton, and resident of held at the home of Mrs. D. W.

bles, are spending several days I afternoon.Mr. Pahokee WSCS which met at the Palm Beach County for 27 years, Cunningham, Monday night, with
this week with Mr. and Mrs. R. and Mrs. Julian Branch haveas home of Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, Mon- Mrs. E. D. Sims, circle chairman
Apelgren and family. their house guest, his sister, day morning, with the chairman, has formally announced his candi- I presiding. Mrs. Maxwell gave a report -
Miss''Myra Lee Cruthirds of Salerno Mrs. Beulah Cook of Pompano Mrs. J. L. Tyson, presiding. dacy for re-election to the Palm on instructions received at the
was the guest, Sunday, of I Beach who arrived Monday and Names for secret prayer part- Beach County School Board. l National Assembly in Atlantic
Mrs. and Mrs. James I. :Moore on plans to be in Pahokee for two ners were drawn, and plans made Turner is currently vicechairman I I I City, last summer, for improvingthe
Elm Street, Pahokee. weeks. I for the Thanksgiving basket fora of the board, and rounds_out I Society. Mrs. R. G. Whiteside
Mrs. Marion Sawyer has returned Mr. and Mrs. Paul Saser had as I II shut-in. a four-year term on January 1.1 gave the devoticnals.
to Pahokee after spending the I weekend guests, their daughter, Mrs. John Hatton, missionary His school board interest and A rummage sale was planned for
weekend in Punta Gorda. I Miss' Faith Sasser and her classmate education chairman of the WSCS, leadership led him to election ear- Saturday, November 3. Anyone
Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott, Jr., Miss Sandy Ivy, both stud- announced that the mission study lier this year to the State School wishing to donate clothing should
had as their guest, Monday night ents at Stetson University, De- "Rim of Asia" will be presented on Board Association as a Director- I contact Mrs. Sims or Mrs. How-
their grandmother, Mrs. J. B. Elliott Land. November 6 and 13 at the churchat atlarge.He ard Holman.
of Fort Lauderdale.Miss Staff Sgt. Claude Cochran arrived 8 p. m. is the Democratic nomineefor Refreshments were served by
Joyce Spencer of Orlando Wednesday from Fort Hu- It was announced that the November District 3 (Southern part of the hostess during the social hour.
spent the weekend here with her achua. Ariz. to spend a 15-day meeting will be held at the I Palm Beach County) School -
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spenc leave here with his brotherinlawand home of Mrs. L. L. Shirley. Board, althought the election November BY JET TO TURKEY
sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Un- I Guests were Mrs. R. F. Hurt, I I 6 is county-wide. Mrs. A. W. Schell (Jeannie
er.Mrs.. Ruth Swaringen of West win and other relatives in Belle WSCS president, and Mrs. T. C. ,. A successful business man in Platt) and daughter, Connie, left
Palm Beach was the Sunday guestof Glade. He is also visiting his father -I O'Steen, the wife of the pastor. I 1 I this county, Turner has two sons New York City, this week, by Pan
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Mrs. Tommie H. DuBose. are now associated with American Airways for Istanbul
Pfc. Jerry L. Lindrose, who is St. Mary's Hospital inVest in his nursery and landscape bus- Turkey, by way of Paris, France
currently stationed at Fort Stew- Palm Beach. I WeddingPlans iness. Each is a graduate of the and Rome Italy. They spent the
art, Georgia, was the weekend Miss Sandra Lampi has returned public school system of Palm 16th at the Hilton Hotel in Istan-
guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. i to her studies at.the University For Amanda Pitts Beach County and Florida Univer- bul and expected to leave Wednesday -
Ernest Lindrose. Jr. I of Miami after spending the weekend sities. Turner is particularly proud I morning by US Air Force
Mayor Duncan Padgett and I here with her parents, Mr. of three grandchildren now in plane for the Air Force Base at
:Marvin Cowart spent one day in and Mrs. Robert Lampi. F'inal plans were announced this I school who will be students for Izmir Turkey to join Mrs. Schell's
Orlando last week on business for I O. H. Sheppard resumed his I week for the wedding of Miss I the next 12 to 15 years in the husband, Captain August W.
the City of Pahokee. duties as superintendent of the U. Amanda Gretchen Pitts of Paho J county school system. Schell. where they plan to make
Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Sr. and Mrs.L. I S. Sugar Corporation in Bryant, kee to Paul Charles Kohr, form- | "They are three of the reasonsi their home for the next 18 months.
J. Fraser returned Thursday this week, after an absence of sev- erly of York, Pa., which will take why I want the voters of this coun- Enroute, Mrs. Schell flew by jet
from Marianna where they were eral weeks due to a heart ailment. place at the Nazarene Church in j ty to afford me a further opportunity plane and had breakfast in Paris
called Sunday by the unexpecteddeath Mrs. Elmer Jones returned Tues- I Pahokee on Sunday, October 28, I j to help make our present lunch in Rome and dinner at Istan
of their sister, Mrs. Juanita day after spending a week with I at 3:30: p. m. with the pastor i I outstanding school system even I bul.
Cary. her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. I t Rev. Max Jones, officiating.For I better," said Turner. "I am proud 1-0
Miss Cyndy Friend has returned : and Mrs. James Bailey and family I her attendants Miss Pitts that we have here one of the best
West Palm Beach
to her studies at Florida State in Vero Beach. Elmer Jones and I has chosen her sister, Mrs. Earl I school systems in Florida, or any I"
University, Tallahassee, after daughters, Misses Myra and Ver- I Vann as matron of honor; and other state. But we want to pro- Canal Getting Work
spending the weekend here with lon and Miss Olga Sheffield also i. bridesmaids will be Miss Ladelle I gress each year so that the maxi- !I
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis visited the Baileys, last Sunday. Slaughter, her cousins, Miss Betty I II mum opportunities are always I WEST PALM BEACH A $5r:
Friend. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong Hughson of Delray Beach and Miss offered for our young people to be 1 126.000 plan to improve the West
:Mr. and Mrs. O. McClure are ,visited Mrs. Helen Murray in Mi- Paula Todd of West Palm Beach, trained and prepared foe good au::.. Palm Beach Canal between 20 Mite
spending several weeks in Shaw I Miami, last Sunday. ; and his niece, Miss Chanda Peer of useful places in life." Bend and the east coast was authorized
nee, Oklahoma, due to the illnessof I I Fred Hickerson, Jr. who is a II York, Pa. Ann and Jan Mosley will I Turner is highly respected in i by Congress just before adjournment
his brother, Ross McClure, and I I student at the University of Mi- J be flower girls, and Jimmy Pilch- I business, civic and educational r in Washington.This .
will not arrive in Pahokee as soon ami, was the weekend guest of his er, the ring bearer. circles as a man "with his feet on is announced by Robert R.
as planned. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. I Robert Kohr of York, Pa. will the ground." He is known for his I Horner of Palm Beach, Vice Chairman -
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rogers visited Hickerson, Sr. on East Main serve as best man for his brother ability to listen well, to hear all I of the Governing Board of the
their son and daughter-in-law, Street, Pahokee. and ushers will be Foster Lassiter, side of controversial issues, and to ; Central and Southern Florida
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rogers and I Mrs. W. W. Cochrane and son, Mead :Maxwell Herbert Boggs and make up his mind based on facts, I Flood Control District.
son, and Mrs. J. D. Roger's mother, I Frank, of West Palm Beach,,_were Brondell Peer of York, Pa., a not fancies or emotional factors. Horner said a total of five ad-
Mrs. W S. Young, in Miami last weekend guests of her mother, nephew of the groom. : Turner has been an active member ditions to the FCD were authorized -
weekend. Mrs. Frank Friend.APPRECIATION. I The program of nuptial music I II of his Episcopal Church, h v- by Congress. These include two
Mrs. Ha Mae Lampi was able to i" will be presented by Billy Ray ing served as vestryman and senior water control programs for DaJe
return to her duties as secretaryat I Mosley soloist, and Miss Jan I I i warden through the years. County and two for basin areas
Pahokee High School, Tuesday, We wish to thank our friends I Plumer, organist. In civic life, among other honors, near Orlando as well as the West
after a weeks absence due to bronchial -I and neighbors for their thought- The reception will be at the I I he has served president of his Palm Peach Canal work. Total
pneumonia.Mr. fulness during the illness and death home of Miss Pitt's parents, Kiwanis Club. cost of the five projects is estimated
and Mrs. R. H. Watson, hadas of our loved one. We especiallywant 2179-B Bacom Point Road. No in- I I He speaks with much pride of at $36 million, but they
weekend guests their sons, Dr. to thank Dr. Gist and each vitations are being mailed locally, I "the very outstanding school sys- promise to return benefits valuedat
H. Sasser Watson of Delray Beach and every member of the hospital but all friends of the couple are tem we have today in Palm Beach more than $180 million.
and Hugh Watson who is,with_ the personnel for their kind acts. We I II invited to both the wedding and I County." He said the nearly 50,000 The best of the five programs, i"
U. S. Forestry Service, stationedin are grateful to members of our I reception. I' students, 2,000 teachers, 84 terms of benefits, is the West Palm
Atlanta, Ga. church and the other church schools,- plus two junior colleges"is Beach Canal. Improvements now
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Apelgren bers who assisted in our mem.J Pattersonircle the product of nearly 60 yearsof authorized promise to return ;110-
spent Monday through Wednesdayin need. We shall always remember dedicated service by many 80 in flood prevention and land enhancement
Miami Beach attending the these many acts of kindness. May Hears Mrs. George"The persons. for every dollar now
Savings and Loan League conven- God bless ,each and every person "For the past four years, I am spent on the Canal. This means
tion at the Carillon Hotel. who helped to make our burden Significance of the WMU pleased to have been a part of this that more than $50 million will be
Mrs.: M. P. Stanley has returned lighter. Emblem" was the topic of the pro- most recent progress. We have coming back to Palm Beach Coun-
from a visit with her parents in J. G. WEEKSAND gram presented by Mrs. M. F.I' kept our curricula abreast of the ty in the next five decades in return -
Lumpkin Georgia, and with relatives FAMILY George at the meeting of the lone times, so our graduates going to I for the $5.1 million initial investment -
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in Atlanta, Georgia. Patterson Circle of the Canal I college would be properly equip- I Horner said.
I TO OBSERVE "QUIET DAY" Point Baptist Church held, Monday We have maintained the
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Stringari returned I ped. The program, will involve widen-
Sunday after several weeks Mrs. J. G. Thomas, Jr., spirit- afternoon, at the new homeof highest teacher standards so the ing and deepening the present canal -
visit in Detroit, Michigan.Miss I ual life chairman of the Pahokee : Mrs. J. Williams, Pahokee. students would be well taught.We for 17 miles from Lake Worthto
Linda Hand was the guestof Woman's Society of Christian This program was given in con- have 30 full-time guidance a point four miles east of FCD
relatives and friends in Lake Service, has announced that a junction with the seventy fifth an- counselors to assist our young men pumping station 5A. A new spill-
Placid during the past weekend.Mr. I "quiet day" will be observed, niversary of the WMU which is and women of school age to find way will constructed just down
and Mrs., James Latham and October 24, in conjunction with being celebrated this month. Those I themselves," asserted Turner. stream of U. S. Highway 1. Two
-daughter of Melbourne were the the Week of Prayer and Self-De- assisting Mrs. George with the railroad bridges and four highway -
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. nial which is October 2531. The program were Mrs. Paul Rardin, t bridges will also be required. .
'D. Latham in Canal Point and Mr. church sanctuary will be open all Mrs. W. S. Evans, Mrs. J. D. La- Shirley Circle Has -
and Mrs. E. B. Gamble in Paho- day and a program will be presented tham. and Mrs. Frank O'Connell. Mrs.:' J. S. Harrington who had
Kee. at 9:00 a. m. with the wife of It was announced that the cir- Mrs. Hatton SpeakerMrs. been visiting for several weeks in
James Harry Wilkinson, Frank the pastor, Mrs. T. C. O'Steen, in cle theme for the year is "Unto Monticello was accompanied back
Gillis and Bob :Maxson attendedthe charge. the Stature of Christ" Ephesians R. L. Hatton presented the : to Canal Point by her daughter,
football game of the University mu- m .1 4:13. introduction to the study "Rimof Mrs. K. E. Cooksey and children. 1 1I {
of Florida in Gainesville Sat- BIRTHS "New Frontiers In an Old East Asia" at the meeting of the I Jim and Catherine, who remained 1
urday.S. World" by Winston Crawley is Gertrude Shirley Circle of the Pa- .I here for the weekend.Ballroom !
A. Nail returned to St. Peters- Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey (Syl- currently being read as a study hokee WSCS held at the home of ,
burg Sunday after several weeks vie Jones) of Vero Beach announce book by circle members. I Mrs. Milton Salvatore, Monday ------ ----
vacation spent with Mrs. Nail. ,the birth of a 7 Ib. son, Richard Mrs. J. L. McCall, chairman, night, with Mrs. Jack Spencer, 1111 : tIt t tIt tIt : t II : II t Ji
C. Y. Scroggin is the guest of Allen, on October 11. The Baileys presided with 14 members attend- circle chairman presiding.Mrs. :1
his daughter Mrs. R. J. Maxson.: have two other children, >a son. ing.The Leon Spooner announced i Dancing !
Mrs. Harlan Sears and Mrs. J. H. Jimmy, three years old, and a T.E.L. Sunday School Class that the quiet day would be held I I
Miller 'were visitors in Miami daughter, Rhonda, who is two. met ,jointly with the circle, but October 24, in the sanctuary of the Classes will resume
Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones of Pa- held a short business meeting sep- church. I I MONDAY, OCT. 15th 8 P. Mat ..

Mrs 'V. S. Evans, Mrs. J. D.' hokee are the maternal grand- arately.Mrs. The meeting in November will be theGLADES
Latham and Mrs. J. H. Strayer at- parents.Mr. Williams was hostess to held at the home of Mrs. Hugo CLUB
tended the W. M. U. quarterly association and Mrs. E. L. Pope, Jr. an- both the class and, the circle. Boe. This will be a ten week course, so
meeting at Haverhill nounce the birth of a 7 Ib. 14-% oz. Refreshments were served by try to come in for the first class. !
Baptist Church in West Palm son, Sherman Mathis, who was AT WPB SORORITY MEET Mrs. Salvatore and co-hostess If interested call the Club or i
Beach:Thursday.Mrs. born Friday, October 12, at Good Mrs. J. R. York and Mrs. D. W. Mrs. J. E. Wilson to 11 membersand 924-7719. .
., Don Scruggs and son and Samaritan Hospital in West Palm Cunningham attended the meetingof two visitors, Mrs. R. L. Hat-
mother-in-law.. Mrs. R. E. Beach. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pope, the Theta Chapter of Delta ton and Mrs. John Hatton. See You Monday?

.Scruggs, of South Bay, were the Sr., of Pahokee are the paternal Kappa Gamma Sorority held in ..
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. C. West Palm Beach, Saturday at the BETTY WILSON
H. Scruggs and family in. Canal R. Mathis, Jr. of Washington, D. i country home of Miss Elsie Lanieron CLASSIFIED- ADS PAY. .1
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of the'Master, Christ Jesus:""!
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my Father are one" .John'tO.
From "Science and Health-with BPWC ""Costumes i

JI News Of The ChurchesThe I Key to the Scriptures" by Mary I
Baker Eddy will be read this cita- Mrs. Johnnie Verhulst was
tion (p. 18): awarded first prize, :Mrs. Myrth I!
I McCormick, second and Mrs.
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Life, and Love. Jesus of Nazareth I ng of the Pahokee Business Professional

Canal Point, FloridaRobert Church, PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal taught and demonstrated man's I Women's Club featuring
I a hobo party held at the home of
Point Road oneness with the Father and for
I Mrs. Ellen Morgan, 147% Annona f
A. Shelley, Pastor T. C. O'Steen this we owe him endless homage. I
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor I His mission was both individual Ave., Tuesday night.A .
'10:00 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School and collective. He did life's work film was shown depicting the
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service I aright not only in justice to him- growth of BPW from 1919 to the
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship 6:45 p. m.-MYF 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service self, but in mercy to mortalstoshow present time. Also shown was a
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday V.L.B. them how to do theirs, but film taken at the National Convention -
MONDAY: TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. not to do it for them nor to relieve in Los Angeles, California
3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice 7:00 p. .Vesper Choir prac- Everyone welcome. Special music them of a single responsibility. I last year.
TUESDAY: ticeWEDNESpAY and singing. ** ." Guests were Mrs. Christine Irla
8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st : .. 'I i of West Palm Beach and Mrs.
Tuesday2nd 7:45 p. m.-MId-week devotions INFANTS CHRISTENEDJames I Irene Dayton of Pahokee.
Christian Science Mrs. Ila Mae Lampi was
: 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- I. Moore, infant son of
7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting tice Group Of Canal Point hostess with Miss Morgan.
WEDNESDAY: Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore, and -- -

7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting The Pahokee ChurchOf What the relationship of God Lisa Gay Cook, infant daughter of WASHINGTON VISITORSMr.
.- and man can mean in the solution Mr. and Mrs. Don Cook were christened and Mrs. C. R. Mathis, Jr
"The NazareneRev. I of everyday problems will be I I in a baptismal ceremony of Washington, D. C. are the
First Baptist brought out at Christian Science I r performed by Rev. Thomas C. guests this week of their son-in-

Church, PahokeeSUNDAY Max D. Jones, Pastor f Church services Sunday. 1 O'Steen, pastor, during the morn- law and daughter, Mr. >and Mrs.
433 Bacom Point Rd. Scriptural selections in the Les- ing worship service at the Paho-I! E. L. Pope, Jr. and Mr. Mathis'
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 son-Sermon entitled "Doctrine of kee First Methodist Church, Sun- sisters, Miss Julia Mathis and Mrs.
9:45-Sunday School. SUNDAY SERVICES: Atonement" include these words day. I H. M. McIntosh.
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11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship
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7:30-Prayer Service
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer
Canal Point meeting
"Where you are a stranger but i
Baptist Church
once." Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade I.

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

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
6:30: p. .-.Training Union Baptist ChurchElder I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances I f

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship R. E. Barfield !

WEDNESDAY: SUNDAY: \ wswsws jy 7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting 10:00: a. .-Sunday School
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2nd and 4th TUESDAYS:
W. Hughes, Minister
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THURSDAY: Confessions before Mass
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Service Holy Nativity
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St. Peter's 'Lutheran

Church, Belle Glade Rev. L. -Lossing, Vicar

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Page Eight The Evergladea News Canal Point. Florida Friday, October 19, 1962

: ,Nematodes Talk- I I on the sole of a shoe, and in relatively Linda Fisher Has Music Rally Planned Two Birthdays Are ,

1 gt', .i t : : :YcoAtlnued--on page 8) spread out over an entire grove. Birthday PartyMr. I Pahokee BaptistThe Celebrated Monday ,

Because of this, many states have
todes sa:: and
'regional problem
a very strict quarantine on vege- and Mrs. Robert Fisher in- music rally for the Gold Mrs. Lee Wroten entertainedwith
set out to do something about it.
In:1953, there were about. a half I tables and plants being carried or tertained with a party at the Coast Music Clinic will be held at a dinner party :Monday evening ,
shipped into the state. Some new Woman's Club Building, Saturday the First Baptist Church of Paho
at her home Avenue
f dozen trained nematologist in the on Banyan
? I I species have even been discovered evening, honoring their daughter, kee on Sunday afternoon, October {
South and by 1957 approximately Pahokee, honoring her hus-
:;being carried into this country Linda, who was celebrating the 21st, at 3:00.
20. While the number of trained band, Lee, and her mother, Mrs.
I undr the fenders of foreign made thirteenth anniversary of her The clinic will be conducted
in this field is in- I.
scientist ever
cars shipped here. birthday.The Monday, October 22nd through Velva Elliott who were celebrat-
there is still critical
creasing a
Dr. Winchester also showed .club was decorated in the Friday, Oct. 26th at the First Bap- ing their birthday anniversaries a
We therefore
shortage. are very color slides explaining the anato- Halloween colors of orange and I tist Church of Belle Glade. few days apart.
fortunate to have Dr. Winchester
my, biochemistry, physiology, the black. Games and dancing were Dan Hall, Music Consultant of Others attending were Mrs.
join our crops of scientist ever on development and genetics of the enjoyed during the evening. the School Boardof
the search for better agricultural Baptist Sunday Adeline Wroten, Mrs. J. B. Elliottof
nematode, as well as photographic Refreshments of cokes and birthday Nashville Tennessee, will direct -I Ft. Lauderdale; Mr. and Mrs.B. .
practices. of what that minute animal cake were served to some
proof events.CLASSIFIED .
Some interesting points Dr. Elliott, Jr. and daughters; Miss
can do to a crop. 55 guests. The honoree received .. I Martha Jo Allen, Allen Wroten
Winchester out about ne-
matodes in his: talk are the differ Other guest attending the meet- many lovely gifts.. 9 m* ADS IN THESE 1[and the little Misses Bea and Kay

ent varieties that exist even in our ing were Bill Pearson, Mrs. Eli COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS I Wroten.THEATRES.
McCall, and Dr. Luther Farrar. Betty Jean Clark
.area. For example, and contraryto
President remindedthe
Mills Byrom, ,
popular belief, all nematodesdo To We3 John GandyThe
not live under the ground feast- 18 members present that the I t H M H M 'M M H I II I I I HI I 11 MI 1 I 1 I H I I I I I I I I 1-4
next meeting would be for the j
ing on the roots of our vegetablesand
election of new officers and thanked engagement and approaching -
fiber crops, but some come all I
this officers and committeemen -
years marriage of Miss Betty Jean
the way to the top of the plant and
for their cooperation in I Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
feast on the stem and leaves. Some
seeing the past season successfully PRINCE LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
are even insect parasites, living in H. C. Clark of Pelican Lake, Fla.,
the body of insects. One in particular to Airman 1-C John H. Gandy of ahokee-Belle Glade .Road

is actually helpful to mankind.The S.. K. I. Sawyer AFB, :Marquette, -

Agamermis nematode, bur- BIRTHDAY PARTY Mich., son of Mrs. Mamie Gandy 2 BIGFEATtmESYUNDAY1I0NDAYTUESDA-

rows its way into the grasshopper Last Wednesday evening, Gene and the late Reginald M. Gandyof !

where he stays until ,mature, and I I McDowell gave a surprise party at Pahokee, has been announcedby SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAT OCTOBER 21-22-23

then moves out. In the process of his home on East Main Street, her parents.

leaving, the grasshopper is killed.I I honoring his wife, Faye, on the anniversary The bride-elect is a graduate of OCTOBER 21-22-23 "POCKETFUL'BOYS'

Control of nematodes is difficultbut I I : of her birthday. Invited I Pahokee High School and is presently
possible for at least short periods guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul employed in the offices of a NIGHT OUT'

of time. The larvae and adult Collier, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. James I local dentist. Airman Gandy grad- GLENN FORD AND

can be destroyed by chemical Batchelor, Mr. and Mrs. Don Collier uated from the Red Level High KIM NOVAK, JAMES BETTE DAVIS

sprays, flooding or heating, but it and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Waits. School in Alabama before joiningthe GARNER AND TONY -AUSo-

is often difficult to destroy the I U. S. Air Force.
RANDALL Revolt at Ft. Laramie
eggs. There are some species that Plans are being made for a November

have been known to remain dor- Curtis Russom Is wedding. M I : t r I I : : l' I 1 1 t I I I I : : I I I : ,:......: t : H- t t +4I
mant for from 8 to 30 years, and I
Sent To Homestead
when placed under suitable conditions I

will again be as vigorously I -'
destructive as any. : AMARILLO AFB, Tex. AIrman I
Third Class W. Curtis Rus-
They appear; to be a gregarioustype I h.,..:
som of Pahokee is being reassigned -
of animal similar to
perhaps : to Homestead AFB, Fla., following -
the in that move'
army worm they
his graduation from the
in families or armies, from one '
United States Ur Force technical
field to another, attracted by a
training course for jet aircraft r-iiic; r 1'
"host" plant. They are a serious mechanics here.
problem to the citrus grower for I
Airman Russom, son of Mr. and
this reason. A few can start in a t 4 t. .:.
Mrs. Curtis O. Russom of 491 E.
single tree, perhaps carried there
I Third St., Pahokee, was trained to t ,, >'" _
maintain and service jet aircraft

and aircraft systems.A I E

graduate of Pahokee High _
Classified Ads
School, the airman entered the service -

in May. 1

FOR SALE: New and used Willys 1 ,.
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn 1 { : _
Belle Glade, Phone 3058. I Mrs. Evan To Visit

Oct. 17-54-cn.:
I Relatives, Hawaii N /::r

I '
WE HAVE HEARD of folks who Mrs. W. S. Evans of Port May- -R

have rooms for rent and rooming aca is planning to leave October

houses for rent. A small ad right I,I 23 for Lexington, Ky. where she .5. :: 5' ., :4w) 4lv

here might turn the trick. Why not I will fly by jet plane on October 26, .,.
try it? It is a small cost-$1.00 a: to Hawaii to visit her soninlawand

week. daughter, Col. and Mrs. J. J. I

at Hickman Air Force
FOR SALE Eairley
: Cold drink box with I
Base for three weeks. Mrs. Evans I sI
money changer. Good as new.
will leave Lexington at 10:30 a. --i. :;aq
See it at Cleve's Service Station I
and will arrive in Hawaii the
m, i
and Variety Store in Pahokee. Cost

$335, take it for $150. S14ch same day at 8:30 p. m. .
I r tr4
COIN FISHIN? C1 ve's -
Stop by
Service Station and Variety Fishing Derby Has '

Store for your bait. We have large $81,425 In Prizes I i I 4*< : :

shiners, Missouri minnows, local 1z

minnows and worms. Cleve's Ser- TAMPA-A final tabulation of

vice Station and Variety Store in the Schlitz 1962 Florida Fishing
Pahokee. S14-ch Derby showed recently that

> awards totaling $81,425 were paid % : / !
FOR RENT. A furnished 2BR
for 1,877 Schlitz-tagged fish
CBS house on St. Lucie Canal at I
caught in the 1962 derby. This
Port Mayaca. Phone 9245584.Oct. j
amount was some $20,000 more _
5 tf :
than the 1961 derby figure. In ad- _

Luzier Cosmetics. Needs Consultant dition, $1,783 went to persons turn-

trainees. ,Will train. ing in "old" 1961-tagged fish '

Commission plus bonus. Call Mrs. caught during the 1962 derby, Back in Ben Time

Morgan at Pahokee 924-3463. bringing total payments by Schlitzto

Oct. 53tp. $83,208 this-year.. producing a newspaper was most often a relatively simple,

FOR SALE: Waterfront Home one-man operation. Materials, as well as methods, bore only the
CBS 2 bedroom, terrazzo floors, CollegeIn faintest resemblance to those ;used in our modern newspaper

electric kitchen, sliding glass doorsto In 78th Year industry.

a screened patio, large utility .'

room.. Boat dock and outlet to lake WINTER PARK More than Today, we sometimes take our newspapers for granted, forgettingthe

On Highway 441-15 miles northof 380 first-year students joined returning -' enormous efforts that make them possible the many

Canal Point. Owner sacrificing, students at first classes talented people necessary to write and edit them; the vast news-
priced for quick sale. See or call
recently as Rollins initiated -
College gathering networks; the printing techniques and complex equipment
Dan Carpenter, realtor at Paho
its 78th year. Rollins is the oldest -
kee, 924-7156 or 9247235. standard college in Florida.On I developed over the years.

Oct. 12-2tc hand to greet the record On this, the occasion of National Newspaper Week, Southern Bell

WANTED: Rooms for single men. number of students was a facultyof is happy to join with others throughout the country in honoringour
107, of which 27
are new. Big-
Personnel acceptable in private great and growing industry.
homes. Call Mr. Davison at 924- gest change on the campus is a new newspaper

7117. Oct 12 2tp men's dormitory, the schools larg- ,:., ,.,-: .!"
est and most costly, which is

;WANTED: Sewing and ironing. nearing completion. It is expectedto Southern'P ;;;;

Will pick up and deliver- Next be occupied by Christmas. Dell ; ;
to Stuart's Machine Shop in Canal ........"Lj i ."' fI

Point. Mrs. Gene Haggins P. O. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY .*i. .. a4 tJ.FiiIiM '

Box 74, Canal Point. Oct. 12p. BIG DIVIDENDS I .;:... ,.