The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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I The new $14,000,000 sugar mill II I 1

at Bryant, known as Bryant SugarHouse

will start grinding cane

next Tuesday morning accordingto
official announcement by Harry
T. Vaughn, president of the United
States Sugar Corporation owner
and operators of the new sugar in-

stallation.It '
was on Saturday afternoon i( ;
April 8, 1961 at three o'clock *'>>1'
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when the first silver shovel of dirt ,u. j4 .
was turned for the huge mill at
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Bryant. Many dignitaries joined
officials of, the U.S.S.C. Corp., ....- -

chamber of commerce officials and ?

city and county officials, in mak-

'. ing the ground breaking a never-
to-be-forgotten occasion.

Farrel Birmingham Company

Ansonia Conn., contractors have
done a beautiful job of construction -

on the Bryant installation.Dick .

Smith resident engineer, has
i been the genial man charge for

the contractors and through the J

months in this area he has won a' .. ,- :
host of friends for himself and his.
t company. Photographer Grant Averill made*:this' picture this week of the new Bryant Sugar Housa,as,.he. approached it .

Cane cutters will be in the field in a plane from the east. Bryant Village is shown in the upper right hand corner of the picture.
early Monday morning to start -

harvest operations in order that Food Sale PlannedBy Seven Students On Carters Are Home Hugo Boe Funeral
plenty of the juicy stalks may be
Altar From VacationMr.
available for grinding Tuesday Society

morning. President H a r r y T. PHS Honor RollSeven Held
Vaughn and many other officialsof St. Mary's Altar Society will I and :Mrs. M. C. Carter returned -,. YesterdayServices
hold a food sale Friday at 1:30 in home last week from a.
the U.S.S.C. will. be on hand
front of the Thriftway Grocery. five week vacation during which.
when the mill turns over for its Pahokee High School students for Hugo Boe 56, City
Home-made cakes pies Cuban.and t they attended the marriage of
first operation. American dishes will be for sale. made Straight A's duringthe their son. Warren Carter and Miss Councilman of Pahokee who died
Over at Clewiston the United
first six weeks of school and I Evelyn Robinson in South Bend unexpectedly Monday were held
; States House started grind-
Sugar were placed on the HONOR ROLL. I Ind. on Sept. 16, and visited their Thursday morning at the Pahokee
ing operations the first of this Funeral Services They were: 12th grade: Constance son-in-law and daughter Chiet Methodist Church with the pastor

week. Singletary and Linda Adams; 11th I MM and Mrs. Eugene L. McCall at Rev. T. C-.O'Steen. and Rev. W. R. I
E The 1962-63 season is expectedto grade: Dianne Hollon Wayne Blackfoot Idaho. Before returningto Boland pastor of the Community
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be multi-million dollar -
a proposition Methodist Church in Belle Glade
Hunley and Barbara Davis; 10th Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Carter
with thousands of acres con-
grade: Willola Tyson and Faye El- also visited their son-in-law and officiating.
verted into sugar fields in the past Services for Salathiel Anguish liott. daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Doer- Everglades: Lodge 211 F and

year in the lush Glades the United area.States Nall 62, of Canal Point who died Other students in the high school ing in Akron, Ohio. While the AM conducted the graveside ser-
In addition to
Sunday at Trilby, Fla. were held who made B or- better were given Carters were still in Blackfoot vices at Port Mayaca Cemetery.
t Sugar Corporation the original Wednesday afternoon at the Canal honorable mention as follows: Chief McCall received his ordersto Pallbearers, members of the Paha-
sugar concern in the area, there Point Baptist Church where he 12th Grade: Wayne Boynton, board the USS Enterprise a I kee Police Department were Chief
are seven other mills of various It' j I was a member. Rev Charles Robert, Lampi II, Syble Parker 'nuclear aircraft carrier based it I I Leon__Guthrie, Lester Gordon Sr.,

,_ ;. capacity: which expect to share in I Stewart, a former pastor;, conducted Jorge Perez, Douglas Potter, Norfolk,Virginia Chief McCall is j Guy Newton Wood, Grady Chanc-
." ,'t the bumper harvest this fall, winter Heather'Reed elor :Graham Parham and
I". the services. ; Gayle Sears David enroute to "Norfolk, this week. Tommy
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A native of Alabama, Mr. 'Nail Sullivan, Jimmie Vandegrift, Mi: ". Perry. .
-." was a conductor for the Atlantic chael Watkins Velma .Williams; 1 Mr. Boe. -native of California
Coast Line Railroad. He had ,just Nice Joy Wilson, Amy Young. Pahokee Devils Go I moved to Pahokee in r921 fromI
Board recently returned to work after 11th Grade: David Beede, Will- I Moore $ayen. ,He was manager

spending a five week vacation at iam Boe, Bruce Boynton, Tommy To StuartTonite I axuT part owner of the largest

To Meet On Nov. 1 his home in Canal Point. Brock Paula Bryant, Robert Cul- I I avocado. grove in Palm Beach
Survivors include his wife Alma berson, Raybeth Gray, Gloria I j County:and was active in the state

of Canal Point; one daughter :Mrs. King Carolyn Maxson, John Mills, Tonight in Stuart the Pahokee reforestation' program. He had

Mrs. W. E. McCall, president of Betty.Jean Gibson Canal Point; Kirby :Mole Walter Parker, high school squad will face the t f been a councilman/ for Pahokee at
the Canal Point Parent-Teachers his mother, Mrs. Beulah Nall of Charles Pell Jane. Plumer, Linda team representing the high schoolof 1 various times during the past 20

Association has announced that a Winter Haven; two brothers Be- Sheffield Hazel Sheppard Diana that city. A contest between years. He was a charter member

meeting of the executive board del and Campbell, both of Clewis- Thompson Walter Young. these two teams always proves in- and' past master of' Everglades

, which includes all officers and ton; three sisters. Mrs. Cloyce 10th Grade: Cecil Akin Freddy teresting. Lodge 211 'F&AM, Pahokee and
committee chairmen will be held Thornton, Winter Haven; Mrs. McKee Larry Wright, Linda Reid. Lake Worth's: football Trojanscame had served .In,,a number of posi-

in the library at the Canal Point Paul Bylaska, Boca Grande and 9th Grade: Tamara Branch Ted to Lair Field last Friday tions in the Boy Scout program.
School Thursday November 1, at Mrs. George Tamlyn of New Jer- Butler Glenda Crews Armando night and went home with a surprising Survivors include his widow,
2:30 p. m.OVERSTREET. say a granddaughter Jamie Gib- Fernandez-Morrell Larry Harris score of 19 to 0 in favor of Beulah; two sons, Robert, a Uni-
I Ethel Johnson David Larrimore. the Pahokee Blue Devils.It versity of Florida freshman and
son.Pallbearers were W. H. Humphry Audrey McDowell John Pell Mi- was the first setback in five, Billy, a, Pahokee High School senior
r REUNION. Earl Maxson, J. S. Atkins, Sam chael Sanders Calvin Spooner. games for Lake Worth ranked ; his father, R. E. Hoe and a
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crews returned Scruggs J. L. McCall Grady James Tyson Danny Whitaker, 13th among state prep powers.'The brother Olaf, all of Pahokee.
Tuesday from Kissimmee Echols, Harlan Sears and Pope I Josephine Young. win was Pahokee's fifth in six 9 -
where they attended the reunion Sears. --- games. The Blue Devils' only loss KEEN VISITORS

of the Overstreet family with 84 Burial was at Port Mayaca Miss Patsy Batchelor, Pahokee was to Fort Pierce, 20-13. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Keen had as
relatives attending. While in Kis Cemetery. City Clerk and Mrs. Richard Tillis Incredible Belle Glade registered their weekend guests, their grandchildren -
simmee Mr. and Mrs..Crews stay- .. have returned from Miami Beach its sixth straight shutout of the Melvin Laura and :Mitchell

ed at the home of her brother, M. ,Mrs. C. B. Stringari was the where they attended the conven- season Friday night shutting out Weeks, while the children's
M. Overstreet who is presidentofthe guest of her mother, Mrs. Garnet tion of municipal officials held at Seacreat 33-0 to deal the Sea- parents Mr. and Mrs. Murray

Florida Cattlemen's Associa Martel In Fort Lauderdale, last the Fontainebeau Hotel on Mon hawks their first Suncoast_ Confer- Weeks flew to Cleveland Tenn. to
tion. weekend. day and Tuesday. ence defeat of the season. visit Mr. and Mrs. Inman Weeks.



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Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, October 26, 1962

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,to the sleeping sickness which would\accomplish what, costly fly Donald Crews
broke out recently on the Florida rearing,irradiation and ,aerial dispersal -
r.t West Coast. did in our own screwworm Honored At U of Fla.

Let's hope the tsetse fly never eradication.

gets another foothold on our side * Donald Crews a senior at the
\ of the world. It is believed to have Dr. Kham made it plain he ex- University of Florida, Gainesville.

existed here once, according to Dr. pects Uganda to make use of every
was one of four students chosento
f M. R. Clarkson who wrote in the advanced technique that it can in
U. S. Department of Agriculture its program to expand agricultural attend the Florida State Home

yearbook-for,1956: production. Like other, underdeveloped Builder's Associational annual

,I. "No cattle, domestic ,sheep or countries Uganda hopesto convention which was held for
horses existed on this continent achieve self-sufficiency first three days last week at the Geo-

(America) when Europeans first and ultimately produce enough rge Washington Hotel in West

arrived; they were brought in. Yet surplus commodities so that it can Palm Beach. There were some

fossile remains indicate that at onetime earn more wealth from world 1,000 builders and representativesof
The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE horses and cattle roamed trade with which to develop its allied industries who attended,

about We-do not know what caus- economy. and the students had as their pro-
ed them to vanish, ,but the. possibility That sort of progress is slow ject, the construction of a model

: that_ diseases exterminatedthem but much sounder for its people, I sugar cane mill. Enroute to the
NEWSServing is given some support by fossil believe, than rushing from a primitive convention, Donald 'spent the night

traces of insects, including the existence into a world of with his grandparents, Mr. and
the Lake Okeechobee Without
Fanning Region tsetse fly." modern technological wonders Mrs. R. J. Crews in Pahokee..
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years s .
through the medium of loans and
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday To wipe out the tsetse fly even gifts from wealthier nations. Garden Club Hears

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe in a single African country would .
take some doing. Blood is their Mrs. Esther FordMrs.
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office, Bridal Shower For
only food but unlike mosquitoes,
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class :Matter which are the only insects of greater Shirley KincaidThe Esther Ford, originally of

Paul Rardin !': Owner, Editor, Publisher I medical importance, both male Cuba, presented the program at
and female tsetse are bloodsuckers. home of Mrs. A. E. Culberson the meeting of the Canal Point:

Tj1f; ;," ;'r":5r.j There is no English land owner- 640 Bacom Point Road, will Garden Club, last Thursday, held ,

: iQr ,Jnt ship. The concept of cooperativesis In addition to peculiar feeding be the scene, Saturday night, from at the home of Mrs. Duke Tucker
j well established more than 600 habits, and the comparative Immunity S to 10 o'clock of a bridal shower with the president, Mrs. Glenn

having been organized to handle of native, game to the disease honoring Miss .Shirley Kincaid Powell, presiding. Mrs. Ford illustrated -
i by various commodities including cot- which the insect spreads and bride-elect of Edwin Lee Wagnon, her talk, "Cuban Scenes in

I IT Aoylai ton, coffee, grains, nuts, sugar which some game animals harbor, whose marriage will take place in Real Life" with landscapes in oil

Ifibrldo I tea and sisal. tsetse fly reproduction is different, November. painted by herself and other CU-
I I was interested to learn from from that of most insects. Insteadof Hostesses with Mrs. Culbersonwill ban artists.It .

GwoorAss.N or Dr. Kahm that he believes the laying eggs, the females give be Mrs. Hilda Thomas, Mrs. was announced that the date

!technique we used in Florida to birth to live young which they deposit Jill Pitts, Mrs. Willie Mae Shef- of the bazaar had been changedfrom

wipe out screwworms has important in haunts peculiar to the in- field, Mrs. Thelma Crady, Mrs. November 8 to December 6.
If you keep up with the newsyou've possibilities for application to dividual species. Larvacides have Jennie McKinstry, Mrs. Ruth The next meeting of the club will

been reading and hearinga the eradication of the tsetse fly in been of no avail and breeding Douglas, Mrs. Lorraine Guthrie, be held at the home of Mrs. Floyd
great deal about the new nationsin Africa. He mentioned our success- places are almost impossible to Mrs. Doris McHwain, Mrs. Eva Erickson on November 15.

Africa and the problems they're ful screwworm program as one of eradicate. Gillis, Mrs. Carolyn ThompsonMiss Refreshments were served by

encountering with their new-found the three most important ,thingshe However, I'd venture to guess Shirley Culberson Mrs. Ca- Mrs. Tucker and co-hostesses, Mrs.
independence.A learned about during his seven the tsetse could be wiped out by therine Cunningham and Mrs. James Repper and Mrs. A. H.
recent visitor to office was I
my weeks stay in the U. S. The others use of a "chemisterilant" which Catherine Barnes. Scruggs.
Dr. Kham Kirk Karegyesa (informally I
were the Agricultural Extension has been suggested as the next
known as "Mr. KKK")
Service and our agricultural co step in the sterile male technique.A .
who is assistant minister of agri-i I .
bait iry iyaflfigffirafaflfiiai '
operatives. containing a chemical to uw
culture of Uganda. His official I '
sa cause sterility among native flies
title is Parliamentary Secretary, l
Ministry of Animal Husbandry, A veterinarian with a degree in Statement Required by the Act of

Game and Fisheries. economics, Dr. Kahm believes con- August' 24, 1912, As Amended by the Monday Cattle Sales
quest of the tsetse fly would per- Acts of March 3, 1933, July 2, 1946 and .
Uganda, about the size of Ore-
mit a great expansion of cattle June 11, 1960 (74 Stat. 20d) Showingthe
gon, on the plateau of EquatorialEast production in Africa. Uganda's Ownership Management, and
I Circulation of Are regularly held at the ,Glades Livestock Market
Africa, ,has been a British cattle population now is about 4

protectorate since 1894 and be- million. To combat the fly, present weekly The at Everglades Canal Point News,Florida published for: which is owned and operated by more than 120

came independent this month control measures include sprayingof October 1962. Florida Cattlemen.

October 9. It has two capitals- animals and brush clearing to State of Florida ) 6

Entebbe, seat of the government destroy the insect's habitat. County of Palm BeaCh )) "88. You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here

on Lake Victoria three miles north'of One kind of tsetse fly-there are That the name and addresses of the at this Market. We make an effort at all times to give
the Equator, and Kampala, the about 20 varieties in Africa infects publisher and editor are:
Publisher and seller. Give
: Paul Rardin Canal Point an outstanding service to buyer usa 1
commercial capital and headquarters cattle with a disease called Florida.
of the Buganda Kingdom. "nagana." Animals die within one Florida.Editor: Paul Rardin Canal Point. trial.

Uganda is bounded by Kenya, to three months after infection. To That the owner is Paul Rardin, Canal tttl111111111111
Point. Florida.
Tanganyika Ruarda-Urandi, Congo prevent infection cattle must be That the known bondholders mortg-
and Sudan. given an injection every two agees and other security holders own SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 m.
ing or holding 1 per cent or more of p.
The country has a rich and ad- months. total amount of bonds mortgages or
vanced African-operated economyof Another kind of tsetse infects other securities are: NONE.
That the average number of copies
agriculture and cattle raising. humans with encephalitis, similarPAUL of each Issue of this publlcatlu sold or
distributed through the malls or otherwise Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION

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h twelve months preceeding the date
shjown: above was 565.
Paul Rardin.
Editor and Owner. On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Sworn and subscribed before me this
19th.day of October 1962. Phone WY 6.3028 George Young, Manager I IV
(Notary Public Seal) Ij
My Commission Expires Feb. 23, 1966. l.u1 l \..l.11l.if 4fJM.Wli; VJtfjva\.J.VIt1 _V VUlVm\J.tiV""Vj.i.JjJJ.





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r :-'j .-tlet n t'omt.. Florida Filthy! : October 26. 1962

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t:.. I PERSONAL EWSMr i Jaycees Commend !I Lynette Wed John Hammond ThompsonThe To BACK Staff-TO to Sgt.ARIZONA.his Claude base at Cochran Fort Hua-returned -

: : I Rogers For StandFlorida I chua, Arizona. Tuesday, after visiting -

, ___ engagement and approaching his brother-in-law and sister,
. marriage of Miss Lynette Mr. and Mrs. Horace Unwin; his
.. and Mrs. Robert Meyer of Mrs. Leon Spooler, Mrs. Adeline -
: I Jaycees 8th District, in Hammond of Pahokee to John T. father \V. H. (Ford) Cochran and
Miam were the weekend guests of I Stuckey and Mrs. Alice Moran
Belle Glade afternoon I Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. other relatives in Belle Glade.
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. on Sunday
r ,_ V.I Curtis A. Thompson of Belle Glade .. .
1 t. Thomas, Sr and Mrs. John Padgett in West commended Rep. Paul Rogers for
. being announced by her mother
Mrs. Grady Echols plans to.en Palm Beach. his fight to stop shipping of "stra Mrs. Mary Hammond. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY

ter Everglades; ,Memorial Hospital Lloyd Hundley and Marvin Cow- i tegic materials to the Communist- Miss Hammond is a graduate of BIG DIVIDENDSIN

Monday -and will. undergo surgeryon art motored to Gainesville Monday dominated country of Cuba, which!i Pahokee High School a graduateof
Tuesday., afternoon and were accompaniedback THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Georgia Baptist School of
' Pahokee Robert Boe has materially affected the Com-* FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
: Little Danny Mullis of Orlando to by ,
Nursing, Atlanta, Ga. and a grad- FLORIDA IN AND FOR PALM
has been the house guest of his a freshman at Florida University, munist buildup in Cuba and the uate of Charity Hospital. School of BEACH COUNTY.IN .

I. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. who was called home by the unexpected Caribbean area." Anesthesia, New Orleans La. She VENTON LEE CHANCERY HOLLAND.S2C2152-D:

- Stokes In Canal Point this week. death of his father City I The resolution passed at the District is a member of the American Association Plaintiff :
:. Mrs..Earl Maxson and Mrs. Ollie Councilman Hugo Boe. I 1 caucus at Belle Glade Country of Nurse Anesthetistsand -vs- :
t Adams were.guests)pf Mrs. :Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hughes and Club also commended Rogers ] a member of Beta Sigma Phi Defendant

gie Stevens in-Clewiston, Tuesday.Mrs .' children and Mr. and Mrs. Billy!'I| for his bill to effect economy inf r Sorority. She is presently associ- I TO:'JACQUELINE NOTICE HOLLAND OF SUIT

,;.Lou,Lombard, and daughters Thigpen spent the past weekend government through the augmentation j I ated with the PoteeteHattonClinic 722 Mauch Chunk Street
i of.Miamtv.isited., her parents, camping and fishing at Salerno. I I Ii I of the accounting phases of in Pahokee.Mr. Easton Pennsylvania

:. :Mr. and'Mis./J. H. Miller. several i I I II I the Hoover Report. I.I.I Thompson is a graduate of ton You Lee are Holland hereby has notified filed a that Bill Ven-of

days, lasl'week. The resolution also included Complaint against you for divorce and
Mrs. Belle
Maloy Honored Glade High School and at-
I you are required to serve a copy of
Mr-and'Mrs. commendation for his promotionof
: McManusand
tended the University of Floridaat your answer to the complaint on the
children of Miami were the On Her BirthdayThe auto safety to make seat belts Gainesville. He is member of plaintiff's Attorney. Thadd Whldden. P.
a Florida and file
O. Box 705. Pahokee.
weekend guests of" her "" parents I mandatory in all government the Elks Club and is co-owner of the original answer In the office of the
:Mr. ara {'MrsMarvin: ='V/ibHegrift. home of Mr. and Mrs. L. I. vehicles. Belle Glade Produce in Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm
'EcHols I the of a i I t The resolution concluded that Company Beach County. West Palm Beach. Flor
Mr and Mrs. Grady and Maloy was scene Sunday Belle Glade.A ida, on or before the 19th day of November
. daughtfe;"Tery t visited Mr.. and: family gathering,. honoring Mrs. the District Jaycees do hereby December wedding at the 1962; if you faU so to do. Judg-

, Mrs. D H. Cammack. in Ft.,Myers, i iSundayV Maloy on the anniversary of her I I commend Congressman Rogers for I First Baptist Church in Pahokeeis ment for by the default relief will demanded be taken againstyou in themplaint.
.-' I birthday. Those attending were his service to the Sixth ) .
< being by the
planned couple.
Mr. and"Mrs;'Tom Adams of I Mr. and Mrs. M. !M. Stowers and sional District of Florida.Congres-I DATED this 17th day' of October
Fort Lauderdale"were the guests I family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Landers About 300 Jaycees Pfc. Richard Weeks returned to J. AEX ARNETTE
" of Mrs. Ollie Adams ,.for several and family and Mr. and Mrs. L. I. wives from 16 clubs attended the I Clerk of the Circuit Court
I Fort Bliss Texas. Sunday, after (Circuit Court Seal)
!I days: last weeit Maloy, Jr. and family all of West caucus. The district includes Brow- By Thaddle P. Plant.
. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bowen who Palm Beach; Mrs. S. K. Swain of ard and Palm Beach Counties andi spending his leave with relativesin I Deputy Clerk
I I Publish Oct. 19. 26. and Nov. 2. 9. 1962
F moved from: Brunswick Ga. to Clewiston; Mrs. Annie Merle Carter I i stretches from Hollywood to Jupi- Canal Point. He was called Thadd Whidden

Canal Point this month are resid- of Pahokee and Mrs. Morgan I ter and from Clewiston to WestI home by the death of his grand- Attorney for PlaintiffP.
O. Box 705
,r ing in one of the D. T. Connell Tyson and baby of South Bay. I I Palm Beach. mother, Mrs. Venera Weeks. Pahokee. Florida
apartments. Mr. and Mrs. Bowenare

the nephew ,and ,niece of Mrs. 0-

+r J. H. Strayer. ;.A......q.! .YA..y.. .,.{..{.v,4Yv.a.. .fi.:.xy... :..JrM. 7A4.T:AV.W.t4nYM I.+swy yfys} vnyp, ( RT.a.Y: wAVA.:,::4 :iC: }s .IC.v:
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West Palm Beach spent Sunday ,3F Y.::{ .;}..nv,}ib.A' .
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with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. f :
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S. Atkins, at Pelican Lake.
Raymond Christian of Clewiston

formerly of Pahokee visited his

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and

Mrs. W. L. Boatwright 447 E.

Main St. on Monday.Mr. .

and Mrs. R. W. Sanders had

as their guests Sunday, Mr. Sand-

er's sister, Mrs. W. M. Murphy,
and his niece and her husband Mr.

,:. and Mrs, W. M. McClelland all of

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mole had as '. '
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Wally Mole and Miss Nancy Phelan 1;

both students at Florida Chris- \
H..V.<..,, '
tian College, Tampa. : i w

.Mayor Duncan Padgett and Mrs. < } :
Padgett spent the weekend in
Tampa visiting their soninlawand rIr; itQfr'ri'r: .. :.x.% : "1 dn: ...%:A p .. {.r; ... 4.
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daughter Mr. and Mrs. Albert '" .
Garcia Jr. and : ..tn
family. .
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and sons of Port''Mayaca: .are the ,< ',. ECONOMY E
guests, this week of' Dr. and Mrs. cRpij CROWN

James McCall in Atlanta, Ga. '

,-'. Mrs. Frank A. Huguelet of '1. iif c b
arrived in
Portsmouth Virginia .
Pahokee Tuesday and is visitingher :: :

brotherinlaw'arid sister, Mr. }
and Mrs. James \V. VamwClassified 1T /



SALE: New and..used Wittyi

Jeeps. Walter Ash1eT.a/Garac'

in Belle Phone .
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: >ot folks ..whohdve I II
jpoms pjcr: TU and rooming : : j
houses Tor rent. A "small*A4 right .
here*might turn the trick. Why not

try it? Itf> '.*>iriaU. st--l.00. a e

week.. i..t(. Florida like long running
+.:L' -. Nothing gets around t
GODT F BIN'.? Stop >y' Cleve's

Service uJStation and Variety )
Store for..yourbait.Ve have large STANDARD GASOLINES

shiners. .Missouri. minnows local :
minnows and worms. Cleve's Service -

Station and Variety Store in 'i'fo-i .nR .. ....'
Pahokee. S14-ch ;, ,
Everywhere you turn today, Standard Gasolines are on the go. Helping folks "t

FOR KKXT. A furnished 2BR win votes. Carry families.Fetch groceries. Build business. Find fun. The reason?

CBS house on St. Lucie Canal at Whatever you drive Standard has a gasoline that offers most for your money: OIL '.

Port Mayaca.. Phone 9245584. IMPROVED CROWN EXTRA: Standard's popular premium gasoline, now .
Oct. 5 tf at an all-time high in anti-knock quality. Designed for those cars requiring the r
finest in performance characteristics.
GOTTA A_ROOM for rent? A
small ad.ln this column will get IMPROVED CROWN GASOLINE: Users of regular-grade gasoline will find .\
a new value in improved Crown Gasoline-now better than ever. Moves your ; K ,
the job done. It only costs a dollar.
Call 924-2661. car up in performance while holding driving costs down.. r;"

ECONOMY CROWN A new,,economy gasoline designed for the many cars :
FOR SALE: Several 2 and 3 bedroom on the road that cannot take advantage of extra anti-knock quality. Supplies all .
homes for sale and 3 bus-
the power such cars can use, at a saving. 1'
iness buildings. AIl ,reasonable M. I. KEEN Agent ii,
priced. Some bargains. See or call .I
Dan Carpenter, Realtor 924-7156 \ .. PHONE 924-2351 Ji-;;;.: .

on 92 -"l23S. '. 'OcU 2S;2tC '.._ ..;:\o_ .! ,STONDARDOIL.: Q1YI1 'J\ YKENTUCKY) CANAL POINT, FLORIDA o. + y- .

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Rotarians Listen Louis Bill Seeks Nancy Harrington i I Surprise Party For I BIRTHSMr. -

School Board Job 'Miss Diane Hollon -

To Lawrence WillI Vice-Pres.4-HClub and Mrs. Richard Nason
Louis B. Bills, Democratic candi- I Miss Diane Hollon, a cheer lead- dinky Hull) announce the arrivalof

date for the Palm Beach County er at Pahokee High School was a 6 lb., 5 oz. daughter, Sandra

I I L. E. Will of Belle Glade was I School Board at the November 6 Miss Nancy Harrington of Canal I honored on the sixteenth .anniversary Lois, on Wednesday, October 24,

guest speaker at the luncheon I elections characterises himself asa Point was elected vice-president of her birthday, last week, at Everglades Memorial Hospital.Mr. .

I meeting of the Pahokee Rotary "doer". for the Glades area of the 4-H: !I with a surprise dinner party at the and Mrs. Frank Friend are the

Club, last Thursday. Introduced by t During talks to groups throughout -I Club of Palm Beach County at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. paternal grandparents and Mr.

Bascom Belcher, he spoke on the" the County, Bills has stressed Council meeting held Saturday in F. Hollon. Hostesses were mem- and Mrs. Walter G. Hull are the

history of the sugar cane industry -j I his ability in developing a thriving the Mounts Building West Palm I bers of the cheer leader group and maternal grandparents.Mr. .

in Florida.It real estate and insurance business.A .I. Beach. Other officers elected were I other friends. Each of the girls and Mrs. Danny Mullis of

was announced that the conference Lt. Colonel in the Air Force Re- !I Miss Linda Day, president; Miss ;I. brought prepared dishes so that a Orlando announce the birth of .an

of Rotary district C39 will Eel ve. Bills commands the local I Janie Drake, vice-president; ):Miss' complete dinner was > served. A 8 lb., 7 oz. son, Jeffry Stephen on

be held at Boca llaton, this week- Air Force Reserve Unit headquartered -: Louise Ashton, vice-president of I motif of orchid and pastel green October 21 at Orange Memorial

end. Among 'those ,planning to at- at the Palm Beach International the Noith area; Miss Debby St. was used in the..decorations.. Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mul

tend are the club's president, Dr. I Airport. He flew 'as a pilot Beinard, vice-president of the lis of Pahokee are the paternal

E. C, Johnson and 'Mrs. Johnson. 1 in the active air force for six South area; Miss Carol Madison, Lt. Donald Pickett grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs.
and the M. I R. S. Stokes of Canal Point ate
secretary, R.- Sanders years. secretary and Miss Sylvia Birdsong -
I To Southeast .
and Mrs. Sanders: j A graduate of Florida schools, treasurer. I II I I' Asia the. maternal grandparents._

Guests were Sgt. Tom Hodges,j I holding a B. A. from Rollins College Miss Nancy Harrington was .a i
I Lt. Donald Pickett, son of Mrs.
West ,Palm Beach: Thurmond he underscores his intimate I also given another office in the Edna Pickett, left October 17, for Mr. and Mrs. W. Boatwright
KnIght Riviera Beach; "Bo" k knowledge the Florida school I Hrtb iiur-
I County Club. She was appointed Fort Bragg, N. C. where he en- visited Mr. and Mrs. $;
Knight, Jupiter; Charlie Martin system in which he has had four
reporter for the Glades area. Other rolled for six weeks of special phy and Mr. and Mrs. _Raymond,
Hollywood; John Causey, Belle sons enrolled for the past 13 years.i officers will be appointed at the
schooling in Military Personnel. Christian In Clewistonast' Sjin-
Glade and Frank Tillis, Pahokee.Mike ?
I next meeting of the council.
II Following this training, he will go day. :,>. /rvj,.. '
Watklns the and Mrs.
was guest of Mr. Donald Harrington Teddy McCall of Canal Point ..
to Calif. take
Monterey, to a special .
student member R. O. (Buddy) I attended the "home coming"events was elected state council 1'-51. l:! -
representative six-week course in languages Mrs. Dorothy Stanley visa l ed,her
Lampi U.CLASSIFIED. at the University of Flor- '
the election
-. in held by preparatory to leaving the Statesin mother Mrs. Ella A. Crippen. at
ida in Gainesville last weekend, I the,boys club. Other officers elect- February, 1963 for 15 months Dania, last weekend, and also her
and the Florida-Vanderbilt game ed were Harold Price, president; overseas duty with the Army in brother-in-law and sister, ,Mr. and
COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS there on Saturday._ Steve '
McKinley, vice-president; Southeast Asia, where he will be I II I Mrs. Kenneth C. Moon who were
Burt Ashton, secretary and treas- stationed at Saigon. I there from SchenectadyrN.b'Y,
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urer: Steve Snodgrass, reporter,I I II I

John Hendry song leader and Burt !

I Ashton parliamentarian.The Hi 11111 i 1111 .i M.i I i i i I 11111.11111111 f 11 m 11THEATRES
RETURNJUDGE boys of the South Bay and
Belle Glade 4-H clubs held a par-

liamentary proceedure contest,
with the Belle Glade boys winning
first place. PRINCE LAKE DRIVEINPahokee

Miss Laura Burgard and Miss
Ann Sims, assistant home demonstration Pahokee-Belle Glade Road2
agents and Raleigh Grif- .
fis, assistant county agricultural
S agent, were in charge of the meet- SUNDAY MONDAY -TUESDA%
; 9 I
4J n (, I OCTOBER 28-29-30
(DEMOCRAT) yV''k ing.Airport "THE COLOSSUS

to the max. Hassle "THE ROAD TO OF RHODES"


JUVENILEand Before The Voters COLOR
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LAMOUR "Twist All Night'
DOMESTICRELATIONS A straw vote set for Nov. 6 con

cerning the status of Palm Beach I 111111 rIll : -I- ; -i--I11II-t I-I-IIIIIII 1I111111II
International Airport was aired
COURT this week by the county commis -- -

:! QUALIFIED BY.EXPERIENCE sion.E... F. Van Kessel,
of the board, said there seemed to '
I; Judge Emery Newell solicits the support of be some confusion as to the word- 1 I IN' THIS ATOMIC AGE.
I .
BOTH DEMOCRATS and REPUBLICANSin ing of the question which asks a

the Nov. 6th General Election yes or no vote to a query-"Should

the county commission completeits
study for relocation of Palm

VOTE TOR JUDGE NEWELL Beach International Airport?"
A "yes" vote, Van Kessel explained -

means that the board
: PD.POL ADV.. I would re-open a feasibility study
to determine if the airport could I

_-_ _ I be moved. A "Yes" vote at this
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the airport would be moved since
; It happened 100 YEARS there are many factors involved I II

ago that might prevent the move un-

der any circumstances.
The oldest incorporated trade association In the country, the A "no" vote to the question. he

: United States Brewers Association, was organized In 1862. said, would be considered as mean-
the same year that I ing the commission should drop A

i any plans for making a move and

start planning for improvement of j3-p: iy' .'

the present, facilities.
Chairman Lake Lytal pointedout'

that if the Yes": vote won, the

board jjould go ahead and complete ii." .", .. :
its::1 ibility stay: IrTthis may it duiv
,would have facts and figures Available ;, ; .. _
'. for presentation .to', govern* ; ''
mental'agencies who must.coope*- ( CdfiCitETE MASONRY

\I rate in moving.the: .-b Se.: If the --x ...*. '
government agencies such as the "
Federal Aviation Authority or Home builders using strong, durable concrete. magopry'have

1 1I General Services Administration proven the lasting qualities of concrete block ,

I IN FLORIDA, the State Legislature proclaimed that all the. won't lend cooperation then the even in areas subjected to hurricanes,earthquakes or.'disastrous
public lands to which the state claimed title through secession I airport couldn't be moved.If atomic blasts. If you're planning to build, look"

should be restored to market at$1 and $2 an acre, soldiers to the feasibility plan shows that first to concrete masonry, the weather-proof. termite
have the right to buy at 1/4 these prices. Throughout the state the airport can be moved but that proof decoy-prooft fire-safe building material. ',For
the event was celebrated with .' '
foaming steins of beer.
such a move will require an outlayof equipment..e
funds, the people will have an- -
For then, as now beer was the traditional bev- to vote on the today.Official ,
other opportunity Report of National Cooorato MMOOTT
erage of moderation-light, sparkling refresh- question, Lytal said. Funds for them Allocation. ChieafO intaota, My 11.1955.
ment that adds a touch of Southern hospitalityto
I ve, he explained would make a' AVOID DESTRUCTION-WITH MASONRY
any occasion. Floridians' have always enjoyedthe CONSTRUCTION
good fellowship that goes with every glass. bond issue necessary which would
mean a freeholder election on the

TODAY,in its centennial year,the United States bond issue. I
\ Brewers Association still works constantly to assure The commission considers a feasibility -

maintenance of high standards of quality study made several year
and propriety wherever beer and ale are served. ago on the airport, to be out of
date. A new study is needed to

j bring out additional informationand

up date the old report.
FtORlt'A;PJVlSf r.. .
Mrs. A. H. Scruggs and Gaulden -
WE.. S A 1..' A""fO ,..<: Harrington spent Sunday with

\ l lAllErBl ISUQtpI!( uRt.AI'iIJ ill Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McInnis at Cocoanut I ...., .:.. '--', PHONE. -.' ,<. ...7185. ., ., ....... PHONif.' w. i;6-bZ48" .'.i..;' .
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II jNewfOfThthflFChesJ-11 I Badcock Doss Tabb In Manager LargoDoss

; Tabb,native born Pahokeean -
: who formerly was associatedwith
ai .
i the Badcock Furniture store

,. l.h .. I in Belle Glade, is -now manager of

The :Methodist Church First Methodist The Church Of God ; I the Badcock store in Largo.
Dalton Jones, owner has decidedto
Canal Point, Florida Church, PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy, II divide his time between his

Canal Point Road Largo store ahd the one in Clear- '
.Robert A. Shelley, Pastor T. C. O'Steen water. He has employed as man- j
SVNDAY: SUNDAY: John H. Kinard pastor alter, Doss Tabb who has been as- j
1000; a. m.-Church,,School 9:45 a.,m.-Church School 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School sociated with a Badcock store in ;
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Belle Glade for the past 17 years. :
6:30..p. m.-Youth Fellowship 6:45 p. m.-MYF 7:45 p. Evangelistic your"i I, Tabb lives on Sunny Lane, Belle-
7:30 p.-m.-Evening Worship 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday V.L.B. air, with his wife and one child.
MONDAY. : TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. I

3:15: p. .Youth Choir practice 7:00 p. ,m.:-Vesper Choir prac- Everyone welcome. Special I i MISSISSIPPI VISITORSMr.
TUESDAY: .. x_ JUceWEDNESDAY and singing. and Mrs. Thomas Elliott of
8:00 p.. .-Woman's Society : .-. II Greenwood, Miss. and Mr. and Mrs.
1st.Tuesday I 7:45 p. .-Mid-week devotiona Larry Elliott and son, "Bing", of
2nd MONDAY: 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- Christian Science I Pahokee, visited Mr. and Mrs.:
I '7:30 p. m.-Esther Class' meeting tice. Group Of Canal Thomas Elliott, Jr. and children
WEDNESDAY: i Tommy m _and Karen, in Orlando

7:30.p. .-Prayer Meeting The Pahokee ChurchOf An assuring message about last weekend. .
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mortality will be brought
,. The Nazarene I Christian Science services- I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Elliott of
,First Baptist i in a Lesson-Sermon on the I I Greenwood, Miss., formerly of Pa-
: 'ChurchPahokee Rev. Max D. Jones, Pastor f"Probation After Death." I hokee, arrived last week and are
433 Bacom Point Rd. Opening the Responsive !l visiting their son and daughterinlaw -
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 ing will be these verses from Mr. and Mrs. Larry Elliott and
9:45-Sunday School. SUNDAY SERVICES: Bible (John 14)):' 'Let not family.
'11:00 9:45 a. .-Sunday School
-Morning Worship
11:00 a. m.-Sunday-Worship
6:15-Training Union .
6:30 p. m.-Juniors hfriret W ifritirfcvK! "'Yaftyst! .'\"fl Nfil\tt"'Iil\tiI\"Tt! : !''!t WffWff! \gWyRW, 'T I?\'?\ '" 11i7\1mf'iI\"TtNft!I !I 1fi'\11t WNfitIYri
.7:30:-;Evening Worship: -
WEDNESDAY 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening
Evangelistic Service-
7:30-Prayer Service
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7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer 1 e

Canal Point meeting
"Where you are a stranger but i
Baptist Church
once.. --". Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

SUNDAY: Canal Point First SALES and SERVICE
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School I.J I.
11:00 m.-Morning Worship
6:30 p.'m. Training Union Baptist ChurchElder J Heating* Air Conditioning Appliances I

'7:30 p. m.Evening Worship R. E. Barfield :

WEDNESDAY: SUNDAY: v.IIJ..v..Iil.A..V>'VJ .v..qV 4ji.w J.\l..IiI.J.v..4jA..VJiJY.}JNJ M&jM4jiN.'iJ.v..4jMIil.M'iJN}JY.}J.wJ.\l.'i I WiM'J.\l'&YJ, VJIJY.i&YJiJ.wiJ.v.'iJNJ.V.'i iilll... M
7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting 10:00 a. .-Sunday School
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7:00 p. m.-B. T. C.
Church Of God, 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship /

Barf ield, Highway WEDNESDAY:
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer
Service : :>. still the biggest
Pahokee,. Fla.J. 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: I : : .
W. Hughes, :Minister 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary
Phone 924-3736 Meeting.
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9:45'a..m-Sunday"School ; .. "
St. Mary's
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11:00 a. .-Morning Worship ,. :>
7:30 p. .-Evangelistic Ser- ChurchFather ; ,

: Francis Fennech, Pastor -S in the

7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. .
THURSDAY:. Confessions before Mass ."
7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ -i .Farm Budget

Service Holy :NativityEpiscopal
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St. Peter's Lutheran ChurchPahokee Jf ) ?- \ ys"""
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Church, Belle Glade Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar ,

SUNDAY: ( ? \
,August Koerber,'Pastor-, 10 a. m.-Sunday School ( i1S. ,f' f"
601 W. Lake Rd.,Belle Glade 11:00 a. m.-Worship 'Service ; "Ii(
Divine Services 11 A. M. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY .
School 9:45 A.: M. DIVIDENDSWANTED .
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y ;? '*: J,-. '".; .4. has gone up in cost. Inflation. '

J EXPERIENCED FIELD' ,.a','N ;- Yet the average price paid per KWH for t .',

,- '. '-. FPL electricity is actually lower now :
.; : FOREMAN FOR S tJl:;JIio-1. than 10 years ago. Cheap electricity M ..
..4. I handles scores of chores and the -',

more you use it, the more you benefit.In .

i i : Sugar Cane Harvest. countless ways, electricity helps .-...
.1 "L make YOUR farm more profitable

., your home more comfortable

.. See Luis De, Armas or r your leisure more enjoyable.

Bob Beardsley



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-PJ..->.ne:..YtJ3. =238f rYU3A01'S. '-;-R.ORIDAjPOWER.p & LIGHT -. COMPANY; -':!: \i"lI -

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October, 2G, ,1062 The Everglades News; Caaai Point; R rick- BqII.Seei'I
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t Here Is What Transpired At Monday's I Halloween Party Rev. Billy Osceola 'nole will Indian be distributed children to at the Christmas Scmf-,

time. Dolls must have blond hair, .
i/ Meeting Of The Palm Beach At-LocalSchool Speaks To Women be 14 inches tall and dressed. Any-
one wishing to make a child's
J County Commission I Christmas happier should leave the
The annual Halloween Carnivalat Rev. Billy Osceola, chairman of doll at the home of Mrs. Todd before -
------- Canal Point school is scheduledfor the Seminole Tribal Council and Nov. 7.
A stack of congestions-some Association be allowed to process next Wednesday night, Octo- Virgil N. Harrington superintendent Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Luther -
I'I 250-made by the tax assessor's applications from new depart- ber 31, according to those in of the Bureau of Indian Affairs York Glenn Powell, Brooks
office in the current tax roll caus- ments to determine if standards charge of the happy yearly affair. were guest speakers at the I Henderson, C. M. Todd and Mrs.J. .
ed the county, commission to raisea met. The food booth will open at 6:00p. luncheon meeting of the Pahokee P. Halbrook.of. .Belle Glade.
collective eyebrow this week. are m. in the cafeteria at the Canal Woman's Club Wednesday, with
In the case of a tax roll error, The commission named that as- Point School. There will be ham the president Mrs. C. M. Todd, Latin Club Names
it's the commission's responsibilityto sociation as its representative tc burgers, hot dogs, chili homemadepie presiding.Rev. .
take note of the error and cer- check status of all departments coffee and cold drinks.If Osceola and .Mr. Harrington Julia Johnson Pres.Julia .
tify the mistakes to the tax col- seeking county aid. you visit the food booth you spoke on plans for an improved
lector so he can correct his collec- The board also authorized Coun will get a ticket that will give you standard of living for the, Indians; Johnson was elected president -
tion dmt&. Errors \fcv tfefc Ml S ty Attorney Harry Johnston to chanceatthe.drawing.to held for. better educations'" 'for*'* 'the for the comingyeat of the
have b en held to a minimum contact the Lake harbor volunteer at 8:30. younger generation, and of'theirl Junior Classical League' (Latin
which was one of the reasons for fir>,*'(''i I| te\"$wi aKeffoltft[ h t il V will 'be 'gi osttimq .parade EniblfiQns to establish business foftnemJselves. Club) of,' Pahokee' High School at arecent
the commission's surprise this that USla 'department meet:ei g at':3O. N#prilesHvili fee{awarded. I l One hundred* and' ten meeting; 'tttheir' officers
week itt*receiving* such*alarge-I bility receive county, allot: Immediatelq"foltOwing"the'"Paradethg. faTOiltes"nbw. own cattl It is ate elected were' Eloisep# Elliott vice-
number of corrections.The game boo s'and,other booths aim o| the council to'hi1{ 30,000 ,president I Faye HaTrris/iaecretary,
mistakes were caused 'i menwt.Coffiv Jffike \ wifl open ou& deV Thjf Cc wail be I I acres in 'pasture land, but only ahopPaula Bryant;treasurer.
ly by clerical error whU ro Ly l wiU b in. TallahasseeNov. Tart games, nail lrivng{ horseshoe about oKe;, 'thinihqiMhis has been The League will study\ language,
were caused by change ofr'assess. ..2andc 3 fO$a' niet ng*of*a-' pitching f lakjhij-pprjti,'popcorn and accomplished 'Theiidlado! ; all art 'and literature of the' ancient
ments and from items having been state-wide uniform advisory committed candied apples,slrrp&s packages the' wftlip; themselves/' "bat-; enjoy nations and will endeavor' aid
omitted from the original tax roll. scheduifd) to tidy{ uniform !t ha r fide: sponsored by the CanalPo'int ranch'li f e. The:'splakera showed students in realizing the tremendous -
The 'county commission -th 3 jbaf g!f!.sjpaii t > Lions Club and fortune tell- film taken at:Danta1 Ijf Cypress debt modern culture' owes to
week approved a request from the; I/ytaVwho"-is a member of the ing. and ""Bngbtbn reservations. cultures: of; th'e "past' :

Palm Beach pounty SJre; ref Stated Association'\ 'ofv 'County' ; Officials ; There will also be a Country It was announced; that the pres- Mrs. Phara Mock is the faculty

Association getting\ certain stand- will represent that group at ,Stpre where homemade goods :Such ident and other represe ntaitves of sponsor.
ards of equinmentf.fer1"new: : volunteer Uie meeting.He also repfesihfcS: a4 P9t holders;' dishtowels, covered the.club. wilf'attend the district
departments seeking; county the state"'association\ \ ,n a national coat hangars, ancj many other meeting, of the Comity Federation McCLURES AT' HOME
.aid. leveL '{terns' which can usually be found I oi Women's Clubs' which will beheld Mr. and Mrs: O.:B. McClure who
Under current legislation, volun- The November llth Veteran? tin' a small country!store. at:the Boy's' School in Okee- returned to Pahokee Saturday
teer fire departments throughout' Day-'obsecvanpe.. cayse4;tl> county I Immediately following the drawling I chobee on' November 1. Luncheon after spending the summer in
the county are.gtve.R !S }n\fr\ !?- commission' to. change the' boards' :,at $::30, a talent show will be wiirbe served and a program presented Colorado Springs, Colo., and Shawnee -
lotment by the county. next"meeting''N v713 The fiblf- presented by James Threlkeld and by the school. Okla., visited Mr. and Mrs.
John Tierney, association ,secretary day falls on Sunday, but it is customary his eight grade class. Paul Rardin Mrs: Todd also announced that Charles Perkins in Fort Pierce,
asked the commission to for county employees to will be master of ceremonies.As the annual meeting of District 10 Monday.Mr. .
adopt a set of volunteer-fire: departments and holiday-Which in this ca'se would I the only ,money raising project of Woman's Club on November 7. It I II I and Mrs. A. T. Holt of Canal
further asked that the Fire-Chiefs be/'Nov. 12. fhe Canal Point :P.TJV. it is hoped is hoped that a hundred dolls will Point were the guests of friends in
L everyone will participate. be received at this meeting, which I Miami recently.
each Jirby.Mole of Pahokee at 27, I
Belle Glade' Leads Ernie Russakis of Ft. Pierce at 26. -:-
Didi Mills of Belle Glade at 20 and i Cub Meeting
five players with 18. They are Lar-
The ConferenceAs Iy''k'
ry Henderson of Seacrest, Shan- Held Tuesday Eve -
non Miller of Ft. Pierce, Ken

a charter member of 'the Foote of Stuart, Causey and Mor '
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t Suncoast Conference- Belle- Gladenever rell.' t The monthly meeting of Paho- f KaoA' 'Y X
W L T Pct. kee Cub Scout Pack 623 was hejd'
has captured any kind of Belle Glade __ 400 1.000Pahokee Tuesday evening at the Methodist
league title in the dozen years the 410 .800 Church with Cubmaster Bill Moss i

conference has been in operation.But Seacrest 311 .700 giving the opening prayer. The
today the Rams are the Lake Worth_ 210 .667 flag ceremony was presented by I 1 r < ?
league's only unbeaten football Ft.'Pierce 3 '2 1 .583 Den 1. I
? team and give every-'-indication: i Stuart=-'. 220 ..500Forest 'Cubmaster Moss welcomed the II dYJpv.4, srw 'F YJ- AY4A
that the long drought. is about to Hill 230 .4 q O Cubs' parents and' visitors and introduced :
be ended. Clewiston 050 ..000'Riviera the den chiefs. Rodney I

They have won six straight gridiron Beach .0. 5.0 .000' Pennington is den chief for Den I; ,
J encounters and have yet to I Dick Tyson for Den II; Dennjs
have their goalline crossed. But SheriffIs Milliron for Den HIJ; Glen Stewart ,I
the road ahead is rocky and their I for Den IV and; Bill Moss, Jr. for ; -t.' .. '$ k.S .yACkg. m 1wC Ys > 9 owS'A Ri
lead Den V.
present slender halfrgame
leaves them still a long way from Lions SpeakerC. -Den mothers for all the dens
pennant assurance., Of their 'remaining ', have'. ''been secured ''and were ant
four games three are on pounced by the' Cubmaster. Mfs. i J
1 the road against their present E. (Red) Taylor, director of Bill Moss and frs.-James H. Wilkinson
closest rivals for the lead. operations with the Florida Turn- have charge of Den I; Mrs. I
This week will present perhapsthe pike Authority, was guest speakerat Herman Magrill and Mrs. CUrti, I Y
Rams' most"crucial test when the luncheon meeting of the Miners. Den II;'Mrs. C. E. Williams, 11
they visit. Lake Worth, a preseason Pahokee Lions Club, Tuesday, with and Mrs. Lee ParkerDen HI; .
flag favorite whose leadoff the president, Kyle i Scott,' ""presid Mrs. Charles Bradley and Mr**. I, ,
four-game winning streak was ing. Mr. Taylor stated that the Jimmy Shirley, ben'IV; Mrs..
just ended. The.: Trojans are cer- turnpike had been built: by a 74 lace Barnes and Mrs. WI;; D. WaI-1! Just say the word
tain to be aroused for a rebound million dollar bond issue and completed -: ,to, I.en'V. Bill Howard has chargeof ?
effort and they may be .BelleGlade's in January 1957. It costs .the Webelos Den, and C. 'K.
highest hurdle qfl' "the one million, six hundred thousand Wetherington is the new secretarytreasurer *
course.' dollars for maintenance andsaK; of the Pack: *"". and- suddenly' you're saving

Two ,other league games this' aries per year including pay jqf Cubs :'receiving bobcat pins were ,
week send runnerup Pahokee, >to 33 Highway Patrolman who are Bend Magrill, Steve Stublefield. ;
slipping Stuart and:Forest Hill 'to used on the turnpike. He quoted Steve Younger, Lyn Dobrow, Stev'eMiners
Riviera Beach. While Seacrest l! various statistics, giving' the John Roy Collier, Lin
idle, four 'non-league tilts have' I f startling ,.fact, *,that 15 out' of 25 Gjllis White Parker, ; John Stewart, JtCj Ji j f THE. P ?V&QLL SAVlRfiS PLAN 1
Vero calling on Orlando Edge-'r fatalities. could\have Veen prevented ;: Pjhjllp and' 'Bill Willianis.
water, Clewiston entertaining La- if seat belts',had been worn. He Those receiving bearbadges were
Salle, Palm Beach as host to St. strongly'urged 'the use of seatbelts : &EfeYe Hawk, Larry Moss and Jimmy WHERE, YOU, WORKIt
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Thomas Aquinas and Ft. Pierce : Wilkinson.
invading Ft. Myers. Brooks Elarbee was installed Gold'arrows' awarded ,
Harry were toLarry" takes only] seven little words to start you on a'
The Rams whipped defending fas director of the club'by Moss Pat" Connell,v '
a ,; Woody program of automatic caving-. 'Tut me en the
champion Seacrest in stunning K A. .Jwen.-former president.It Salvatore, Ronald Castor Bobby Payroll Savings Plan!" What's. more, you dont
fashion 33-0 last Friday's co-fea: ,was announced;.that all of the Barnes, and' ,+Glb 'Tucker, who' -also have to go far to say them? Juet'eay them'to your
ture in the Suncoast. John Causey. light bulbs 'have been sold except received a silver arrow. employer.:: He'll do all the work: set aside the
scored twice as the Hawks lost three cases. When sales have' been' Den skits based on the October amount yo choose from your check and. deliver
their first in the loop. :In the other completed; ;: which should be. this theme, "Heroes in Books" were your Boni' vhen you've accumulated enough fora
big game Pahokee'pulled the No. week profit of $360.00 will be presented, by Dens II, m and v7 punch: '
1 upset to date 'with a 19-0 flailing realized The-h nor' plaque"and the attendance '
The Bon- ou buy 3%% interest to
of Lake Worth as Alberto Members were urged to attend flag were awarded to.Den 9.tv".pq'
Morrell. scored twice on passes the Council of ,Governors meeting ; ';jni, and conduct flag,to Den V' maturitymaturity.; 'd :keep ,earningfor, 10. years after'
from Hal Peacock who made the to be held in West Palm Beach, The Cubmaster announced that'
other Blue Devil touchdown. .Two this Saturday and''Sunday, Oct.27 the theme 'for November wur-be' So, say jrd. Sign up now ,_.-
other shutouts had Forest Hill and 28.Guests. "Buckskin Pioneers" and the den to.buy 1' regularly where
keeping Clewiston winless 13-0 were Hub Spoqner, Belle mother's meeting* will be held November you wor"Savings ugh the Payroll
while rebounding Ft. Pierce kept Glade; John Stewart, Larry Yates, 20 at 4 p.m. at the home '.
Riviera also winless 20-0. In non- Russell Bradford, and Wayne :Mrs. Bill Moss. Pack night will be
league action Vero romped Stuart Hundley, pianist. Kirby Mole was held Tuesday Nov. 27 at 7:30 p. m.
33-6 and Palm: Beach fell 27-6 at the guest of student member, Mike at the Pahokee Methodist Church. than withU.S4
Yc.ave more money "i
Ft. Lauderdale. Watkins. --
Seacrest's Dan Gibson remainedNo. -
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Maxwell
1 scorer in the conference with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Carpenter will have as their<-blouse guest, this Savings Bonds J.
48 points. New runnerup is Pea- attended ,the Fla.-Vanderbilt foot- weekend their son. Pat, who has .
cock with 31, followed by Tom ball game at Gainesville, last Sat- been awarded a "merit" weekend .' ; = ;
The US.rnment does not for thi al
Close of Belle Glade and Fred urday, and also visited Mr. and leave from Florida.School forBoys pay, their ,
The Trc Department thanks for
Mayer of Lake Worth with 30 Mrs. Calvin Padgett at Waldo. at DeLand where he is a student. .t '-m, The Advertising Council and ;
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-.e.,- The'Everglades. Newt, Canal Point, Florida. Friday, October 26, 1962
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ASSOCIATION Aitidn'g'-those MEET attending the annual .I Farm Bureau I II 1' South Bay and Dr. Howard Hill of Sellers Home From I Heney, Jr. and Miss Linda Sci'ersat

'I Belle Glade. Gainesville.JUNIOR .
meeting of the Palm Lake I Names New Officers Southern R.R. Meet -- ...oP--
Baptist Association in Boynton'I 1 Floyd Wilder of South Bay was GA MEETING
: elected a director to fill the unexpired -
Beach last Friday, were ,Rev. and Members of the
Everglades j Mr. and Mrs. Terry Sellers have
The Junior GA
.1 term of the late E. R. group of the Ca-
Mrs Guthrie Colvard and Mrs. Farm Bureau elected directors
new ,
Mackey. The .board of directors returned home after a nine day nal Point Church
I Baptist held a
Wiley Tillis of Pahokee, and Alton I at the annual barbecue dinner j
1 I will hold a meeting the trip, during which Mr. Sellers at- '1!
special meeting, Tuesday, at the home of
Jones and J. L. McCall of. Canal and business meeting held in the
Point. I Community Building at the Glades I night of Oct. 23 to elect a president tended a staff meeting of South- I, their counselor, :Mrs. J. H Stra'er. ,

and other EFB officers for ern Railroad officials at Almond Brenda Maxson was in charge :>f I
Canal Point, Tuesday, evening
I the coming N. C. and Mrs. Sellers took i the
I year. a program, entitled "Forward
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker of with Prerident Walter Kautz .
I course in portrait painting at the Steps."
Canal Point had as their guests, of Canal Point presiding. _
Mrs. oe
I Laurie Justice, her son Museum of Art in Jacksonville.She .

last Sunday, Mr. .and Mrs.' Johnny I Elected directors for 'three-year : Mike and daughter, Linda, visited studied under Mrs. G. C. Martin Mrs. Adeline Wroten left Sat-

Groover and family and }{r. and terms each were George H. Tucker I her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. who is the sister of Mr. Sellers. urday for Jacksonville and is visiting -

:Mrs. Emmett Groover and family, 'Jr.,. of Pahokee, A. R. Harrington tad Mrs. J. A. Rogers in Miami, Enroute home the Sellers visited her sister, Mrs. Mae Bailey

all of West Palm Beach. I of Canal Point, Robert Stokes of last Friday. their daughters, Mrs. William P there this week.
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