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: September 7, 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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Pahokee Lions In [Pahokee, Folks Are / Vegetable Men To Make Plans For Amanda JerniganIs i

Home From VacationMrs. Airport ImprovementCounty

Glades-Wide Meet Hear Kennedy Exec WSCS SpeakerMrs.
H. M. McIntosh and Miss officials this week took
Julia Mathis 'have returned froma -- steps to get any additional easements

The Community Building in Canal vacation trip of several weeks. E. L. Kenan Director, Manpower necessary to permit con Amanda Jernigan of Clew- 1
Point was the scene Tuesday They were accompanied by Mrs. and Services Office, Executive struction of a landing approach iston, district president of the

night of a Ladies Night program Mclntosh's daughter, Mrs. Sid Office of the President, will be a system at International Airport at WSCS, was guest speaker at the I
staged by the Lions club of Paho Stubbs who joined them at Tallahassee guest speaker at the 19th Annual West Palm Beach. meeting of the Woman's Society of
kee. The occasion was used also to and by Mrs. C. A. Mount of Convention of the Florida Fruit & Work on the project has been Christian Service held at the Pa-

honor Dr. Walter H. Campbell of Andalusia, Ala. Vegetable Association in Miami delayed until all necessary land is hokee Methodist Church, Tuesday
Miami Beach, third vice presidentof They visited relatives in Pana- Beach on September 19, accordingto obtained. The county board this night. Mrs. Jernigan spoke on the
Lions International who made ma City and Enterprise Ala. After John W. Evans, Oviedo, general week authorized its engineer and Sixth Assembly of the WSCS heM I
the feature address of the evening. leaving Alabama, they drove west, I convention chairman. attorney to take whatever steps at Atlantic City in :May and Illustrated -
Okeechobee, Canal Point, South stopping at various points of in "The convention, opening Sep necessary to obtain easements her talk with a film. She I
Bay, Pahokee and Belle Glade terest. Among those visited were tember 17, at the Americana Hotel, wanted by the Federal Aviation was assisted in the question and
Clubs had representatives at the the Black Hills in South Dakota will have as its theme "Agriculture Agency in connection with the approach answer period following her talk

meeting.In and the Cluster Battlefield in Mon- in the Space Age." Mr. Keen- system. by Mrs. Ernest Maxwell, immediate
his address, the speaker tana.Mrs. an's ,address will be on the subjectof 9 m past president' of the local
t stressed that when Lionism was Stubbs joined her husband, State and Local Emergency WSCS who also attended the As..
Last Rites Held
founded in 1917 it was the first Lt. Stubbs, in Montana, leaving the Management of Resources in the sembly.
civic club organization formed for I party at Billings. Space Age," Evans said. Mrs. R. F. Hurt president presided
the sole purpose of: giving service. Continuing west Mrs McIntosh "Mr. Keenan has spent his en- For G. W. James 60 over the business session :and
There are now 17,000 Lions Miss Mathis and Mrs. Mount spent tire career in the manpower field, welcomed the members of the Canal
Clubs in 118 countries with a total some time at Yellowstone Park most of it with Government. He Point WSCS who were invlteU:
? of, 600,000 members. Because of Salt Lake City and Santa Fe, New spent several years in various capacities Funeral services for George guests. She presented corsages to
this world wide spread of Lion- Mexico, returning home by the with the Social Security Washington James, 60, of Paho the speakers. Mrs. Jernigan and

ism, with its high ideals of serviceto southern route.Funeral Board prior to World War II and kee, who died August 29, at Ever- Mrs. Maxwell.

humanity, it has become an important then was State Manpower Director glades Memorial Hospital after an Mrs. James G. Thomas, Jr. presented -
factor in the promotion of of Ohio during World War II. extended illness, were held Sunday the devotionals. Mrs. :Nan-
international good will and friend Services He came to Washington in 1945 as afternoon at the First Missionary nie Mallory was named to send out
ship, he said.Among Deputy Director of the War :Man- Baptist Church of Canal Point by the notices to members of the gen-
officers present were power Commission."He Elder Reuben Barfield, pastor. eral meetings of: the Society, and
Marlin Brubaker of Cocoa Beach, For Mrs. Kirkey, 90 has served with a numberof Burial was at Port Mayaca Ceme Mrs. Ida Larrimore was appointed:

governor of District 35-D; EmmettEoberts'.cBeue U. S. delegations to international tery. chairman of the committee to receive -

,;. _.,_,_".. ,)% lad + interna-' i FuhefaVservlcesrwere.' .. field"Wednesday ,conferenccsvon.mar >p9wpr-ri>( rTlt Pallbearers.: ,were Charles Bar- ,coupons collected for the
tional'counselor; H. B. :McCall of I Bloomingdale "In 1952"hd was The bfficIartW field," Cecil*Hail1 James. 'Tliomasy Children'srHome at-Enterpriite.:
at N. Y.'for
Belle Glade, deputy district governor -i I S. delegate to the Latin-American Lester Williams, Eddie Mills and The Simonson-Lair Circle was
Mrs. Lizzie May Kirkey 90, of
Region 5; Billy Ray Mosleyof Technical Manpower Conferenceat Dale Gosnell. awarded the circle count for having -
Pahokee and Hector A": Ouel-:I Canal Point, who died Sunday Lima, Peru. He was also an advisor A retired sawmill operator Mr. the most members present.The .
evening at Everglades Memorial
lette, zone chairmen. on labor and manpower at James had been a resident of Pa- president announced that
Announcement was made of the Hospital following an extended 111-1 I the Brazil-United States Technical hokee for three years, coming from the Seminars of the WSCS in the
t ness.
candidacy of Manning I. Keen of i Commission meeting at Rio de Waynesville, N. C. He was a nativeof West Palm Beach District will be
.. Pahokee to the office of governor: She came to Canal Point eight Janiero in 1948, and at the Maritime Franklin, N. C. held in Vero Beach on September
from Canastota, N. Y.
years ago
of District 35-D, subject to elec- Conference of the International Survivors includ ehis widow, 6, and in West Palm Beach on Sep.
and had lived with her daughterand
tion next May. Mr. Keen' is past Labor Organization at Ge- Mrs. Desty James, Pahokee; four tember 13.
son-in-law Mr. and PhiloB.
president of the Pahokee club and Mrs. neva in 1958. In 1960 he,.consulted sons, Walter of Pahokee; Olen of Mrs. R. D. Apelgren, secretaryof
Williamson.Mrs. .
past deputy district governor of: native of with the Governments of Turkey Fort Myers; Henry of Waynesville, local church activities, served
Kirkey was a
35-D. i and Libya in connection witha N. C. and Earl of Dallas, Texas; refreshments following the meet
iI Bloomingdale, N. Y. and was a
I manpower development program three daughters, Mrs. Edna :Millionof ing.
I member of the" Church of the Redeemer _. ..
for those countries. He served as Pahokee, Mrs. Gracie Miller, of
! there. U. S. Representative at the NATO Canal Point and Mrs. Dorothy
Students Enjoyed Also surviving is another daughter Canal Point PTA-
Manpower Planning Committee Smith, of Fayettville, N. C.
Mrs. Margaret Johnson, Ca-
: meeting in Paris in September, Wetherington Funeral Home of
New School Party : nastota seven great-grandchildren.; five grandchildren and 1961. Pahokee had charge of arrange- To Meet TuesdayTwelve
I "He, has lectured at the Industrial ments.
r Wetherington Funeral Home College of the Armed Forces .,..
was in charge of local
A "back to school" party, held arrange and the U. S. Army War Collegeon members of the Canal
ments. Gets
r at the Pahokee Woman's Club manpower planning and man Kellenberger Point W.S.C.S. attended the meet-
'h. Building Saturday night, 'was ,enjoyed power mobilization in an emer- $13,600 Back Salary ing of the Pahokee WSCS held at

E by approximately one hundred Tom D. Mullin Jr. gency. From 1958 to September, the Methodist Church in Pahokee
f' students of Pahokee High 1961, he was Deputy Assistant Director County Commisioners Tuesday Tuesday night. Mrs. Irene Hurt

;- School. t' Airman To Japan "Manpower in the Officeof approved a transfer of funds withinits presided over a short business ses
i A' motiff of blue and white the Civil and Defense Mobilization, budget to cover payment of
school colors, was used in the decorations MARILLO AFB, Te. .AJrman Executive Office of the President.He some $13,600 in back salary for sion.Mrs.. Amanda Jernigan district

I centering around, the Third Class Tom D. Mullin, Jr., of is now the Director, Manpowerand Sheriff Martin Kellenberger.From president, showed slides of the Na-
: theme 4'football". Canal Point is being reassigned to Services Office, in the Officeof its contingency fund, the tional Convention held in Atlantic
Hostesses for the occasion were Fuchu Air Station Japan, following Emergency Planning, Executive commission transferred to the fine City. She was assisted in the program
Misses Linda Wilson, Pam Boe,I his graduation from the United Office of the President," said and forfeiture fund, the sum of : by Mrs. Marguerite Maxwell,

Paula Bryant, Raybeth Gray, States Air Force technical training Evans. _. $9,161.27. It picked up another who had attended the conWntioji
Diane Hollon, Verlon Jones Dottie course for administrative specialists $4,500 from an unused salary item with her. Mrs. Maxwell had:. ,-a
Lair Tina Maxwell, Ann Peacock, here. Local Man Drowns which had been set aside for- an scrapbook on display which held'
Cheryl Pearce, Jann Plumer Gale Airrman :Mullin was. trained to extra criminal court reporter pictures and clippings of the con
Sears Connie Singletary, Willa- type, prepare and route official Swimming*-Canal Kellenberger was suspended a vention. -I

dene Todd and Alice Joy 'Wilson correspondence maintain: files and year ago and when reinstated to Refreshments were served after
Chaperones were Mrs. Pope follow general office practices.A Burnice Hand 28, of Canal office, became eligible to receive the program.

Sears, Mrs. Ray Thompson and graduate of Pahokee High Point drowned Tuesday while attempting his back pay from August, 1961. .. .

Mrs. E. F.. Hollon.Refreshments School he is the son of Mrand to swim across the St. -- WILEY TILLIS INJURED

of punch and cake Mrs. Tom D. Mullin of Canal Point, Lucie Canal. He is the son of Mr. MR. SIMONSON SOME BETTER A week ago Saturday Mr. and
were served by the hostesses. Fla. Reports from the home of R. J.I Mrs. Wiley Tillis were in what was
.- and Mrs. W. L. Hand of Canal
Simonson in Pahokee are to the I thought to be a slight car accidentin
SCHRODERS RETURN SEEKING HIS MASTERSDale Point effect that he is a tiny bit better. West Palm Beach when another
;. Sheriffs deputies said three than he has been lately. He can car rammed them from the rear

f Mr. arid Mrs. R. J. Schroder re- Maxwell: is entering the I companions attempted to recover now get on and off the bed by him- snapping Mr. Tillis' head back. Asa

3 utrned Wednesday from a two University of Florida at Gainesville Hand's body but were unable to self and this is quite an improve- result of the mishap Mr. Tillisis

week vacation spent in the North to work toward a masters find him in the swift flowing canal ment over recent days. wearing one of those high rub
Carolina mountains at Lake Juna- degree, majoring in business law which is more than 15 feet .. ber insulated collars seen on folks

luska and Lake Lure. Enroute according to word received here deep. :Mr. and :Mrs. Oscar Oobrow and when they have an injured neck.

"," come, they spent the Labor Day by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence The drowning occured in Martin children and Mr. and Mrs. Frank He says the injury is quite painful.
weekend with her nephew and Maxwell. Dale and his wife County two miles east of the Port Gillis and family spent the. Labor The man who ran into them con-

niece Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Napolesand will continue to reside in Lowell, Mayaca Cemetery where the body I Day weekend camping out at tinued on to Okeechobee county
family and her sister-in-law,, and she will again teach the third was recovered late Tuesday night.: Highlands Ha.nunock'near Seb- where he wrecked his car and was:

Mrs. W:O. Tiffin in Atlanta, Ga. grade in Ocala. Burial was in Kissimmee. ring _' ,.killed.. ">.. ,..

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''" Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday September 7, 1962r

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and Mrs. D. W. Cunninghamwere Bobby Erickson. of Canal Point David Simonson, son of Mr. and l
called to Sumter, S. C., last left Thursday for Collegedale
Mrs. R. B. Simonson; Joe Alder-
J Sunday, by the death of his mother Tenn. where he will enter South-
VLI man, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Mrs. Mary D. Cunningham on ern Missionary College for his
t I It Saturday night following an ex- sophmore year. He was accomp- M. Alderman, and Gene Parnell,

:III fI1I tended illness. Funeral services anied to Tennessee by his parents son of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Parnell

t held on :Monday... Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson. left this week for Lakeland where
they will resume their classes at
I BACK TO MILITARY SCHOOLPat Little Miss Debbie Maxson spent
Florida Southern College.
r Maxwell returned to his f the past weekend with her father, I
studies at Florida Military School, Bob Maxson. and grandmother,
DeLand, on Sunday. He was accompanied Mrs. R. J. Maxson.
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to DeLand by his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest :Maxwell Mrs. C. R. Fitchett of Orlando is
The Rardin Building; In Canal Point; FloridaTHE and Mr. and Mrs. G. C. McElhenny. the guest of Mrs. C. B. Jones of 25 Percent
Canal Point for two weeks.
I GRADUATES WITH HONORS o Do you put aside a small amount
i Fred T. HIckerson, Jr. who grad- Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker and I into savings regularly?
THE EVERGLADES NEWS uated with honors in, June from Ricky spent the Labor Day week I Is your savings well invested

Serving the Lake Okeechobeo Farming Region Without Admiral Farragut Academy at St. end at The Reef in Riviera Beach.. Does it earn as much as 25%?
Petersburg will leave Saturdayfor
Interruption Every Week 'for More Than 30 Years Miami where he plans to major I(If you would like to answer yes

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday in marine biology. BUSINESS SPOT FOR to ALL THREE of the above questions -

RENT IN CANAL POINT but truthfully cannot, it
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe -4.
will pay you to call me as soon as
Everglades News,Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn On the corner next door to possible. '

Canal Point,.Florida. : as Second Class :Matter: all wish who to sent express cards my and gratitudeto flowers Post Office where Grace's JACK HUNT

Paul Rardin Owner Editor, Publisher and for the love and sympathy ex- Beauty Parlor moved out yes- Hunt Real EstatePhone
tended to me following the loss of terday. Ideal for beauty shopor 924-7933

my beloved mother. May God bless other business. Call Paul Pahokee, Fla.

Rardin & Group To Seek I each of you.Ruth Rardin in Canal Point. .
V. Meredith .'rnJr"7"/\"r. ;,7.1mwh"I .

Road Right-of-Way From I t

State Board Next TuesdaySeveral 01 tJ

wwwwwwvwuwpounced \
that the U. S.
Sugar Corp-
actions pointing toward
additional road and recreational oration had donated some three Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
facilities in the Everglades were acres of land adjacent to a present j'

taken Monday by the county com- county park at Canal Point, SALES and SERVICE .
for I
mission enlargement' of the recreational

Commissioner Paul Rardin Ca- site. Rardin said the corporationis Heating Air Conditioning Appliances j
starting a new sub-division in I
nal Point, told the board that a Ii
mile the area and felt that additional
3& stretch of rightofwayneeded
recreational facilities would be \11ll.Y I..VA.VJ.iI.\J..Q.v..s.\J. .v.JIMiI i\l..Ii.M9.v.Jil.\J..ljlMIjA..UItlMI .v. .v.JI1.\l.q W l.l.ijlWl1.wJ..ijl.J..ijl.J..MI l.W I..VJjI..V>.V J3J.J.\i;
for Ramie Road had been
made available to the county and needed. The original land grant for
he won approval of his motion to the park also came from the corp-

call for bids for road constructionin oration. .... ..5. Irv J
this project. .
Rardin also asked permission Jamie Gibson HasA + 4'v v} .

and was given it-to go to Tallahassee .
Birthday PartyMrs.
to appear before the StateI. I

I. Board to obtain a mile and a ,
quarter of right of way needed fora James Gibson entertainedwith
a party honoring her daughter .
road to
new serve a Sugar Co-Op t"0
being built in the Glades, one of Jamie, on her ,ninth birthdayat ,
their home in Canal Point Wednesday -
several projects brought on by a
afternoon. Favors of hats \
growing sugar industry.The
and horns were given to each
right-of-way is needed badlyto
guest. Ice cream, cake and pink
link the new Glades Sugar \
lemonade were served to the 15 \
House with SR15 and its acquisi-
guests. Mrs. Gibson was assistedby (
tion is strongly opposed by Garree l !
Mrs. Laith Nall, Mrs. Joe Cherry -
Curlee, superintendent of the
and Mrs. Eustis Blackwell.
Glades Prison Farm. The
;farm manager evidently doesn't ;:: \
realize the vital importance of_this IN APPRECIATIONI i ii;
particular stretch of proposedroad. wish to express my sincere ap-
,preciation to all my friends for the ,I I II
lovely gifts I received and for the 1v !
It is on Tuesday of next week '
that Commissioner Rardin, County many courtesies extended to me. .1
Your thoughtfulness will never be
Engineer Middleton and County
Attorney Johnston will journey to forgotten.
Tallahassee along with a representative -
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group of, Glades sugar
growers and lay before the StateI. BACK FROM TALLAHASSEEMrs.

L Board the request for the Jack Spencer has returnedto
right-of-way. No stone will be left Pahokee after accompanying her

unturned by the group to secure daughter Miss Kathleen, to Tal-
from the state this muchneededrightofway lahasee on Tuesday. Miss Spencer
for a. new road leading .-: resumed her studies at Florida
to the mill.Commissioner. State University where she is a
Rardin also an Junior majoring in educational art.

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\! Monday Cattle, Sales .

I You can't beat REDDY'KILOWATT for doing farm jobs at low-

Are regularly held at the Glades. Livestock Market cost. Works full-time for part-time wages. The more jobs that .

which is, owned and operated by more than 120
Reddy does, the more money you save. Doesin minutes the many,

Florida Cattlemen. .. many chores that used to take hours. Milks cows, grinds feed,

You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here pumps and heats water, cleans and ventilates the barns, adds addi-

: at this Market We make an,effort at all times to givean tional "daylight" hours the handiest farmhand yet! You can :

I outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us depend on the efficient, economical use of electricity to reduce '

atrial. production and processing costs and increase your farm profits.

t imnii' HHIIU' ";. Biggest bargain in your budget!
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P":Te Four The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, September 7, 1962

Corporal and"Mrs. Glenn.Blocker i!

:, (1- PERSONAL NEWS NOTES i j gy last,and visited weekend.daughters his relatives Patty in and Chipley Peg- I i.

Mis Alice Elaine Hurt and Miss
... Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Hooks :Mr. and Mrs. Henry King and Carol Epstein plan to leave for

have returned from Atlanta where his brother, Lester King all of Orlando .. V Miami Saturday, where they will
they visited their son and daught- visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest :. { + + resume their classes at Florida

er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ldndrose Jr. recently.Mr. College of Medical Technology.

Hooks and family.
and Mrs. Ernest Lindrose,! Miss Anita Cowart ofVest
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Miss Lois Carson of Miami was Sr. had as recent guests, Mr. and j f+ Palm Beach spent the weekend

the weekend guest of Air. and Mrs. Mrs. Randy Brooks of Knoxville,i i ., here with her parents, Mr. and
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H. C. Graham. Miss Carson was Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks were] Mrs. Marvin Cowart.

guest speaker at the First Baptist enroute home from a visit with her 1
Church in Pahokee Sunday even- parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Swainof Mr. and :Mrs. Trevette Weeks
ing. Miami. ( \: and children left Tuesday for
Graceville, Fla., where Trevette
Kenny McIntosh who recently Miss Mirtha Batista, Miss Diane will enter Baptist Bible Instituteas

completed six weeks, of school in Whiteside, Miss Betty Johnsonand a ministerial student.Mr. .

:Monterey, Mexico, has resumedhis Miss Sue Miller plan to resume -
: and Mrs. Donald Kepp and
studies at Florida State Uni- their studies on Monday at
Jon Mock were weekend visitorsin
versity, Tallahassee, where he is a Charron-Williams Business Col-
senior, majoring in Spanish. ege in Miami after vacationing Key West

1 with their respective families here, :Mr. and Mrs. G. T.'Echols and

'. Johnny Fultz of Fort LaUder-I for two weeks. daughter, Teryl, visited Mr. and
dale, a pioneer of this a -
0:1: friends here recently. Some r :Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Napoles and Mrs. Cammack in Ft. Myers Sun

. thirty! years ago, he was a boat-. daughter, Rethelle and son, J. G. day.
t'an on Lake Okeechobee. running Napoles. Jr., of Atlanta, will be 'l 13 Mrs. Doyle Branyon of Mel

several fish and freight boats out weekend guests of Mr.. and Mrs. ... bourne is a patient at the Ever-
o":: Fort :Myers and Okeechobee. R. J. Schroder. ...,.. ::: !glades Memorial Hospital in Paho-

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II ,__ Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wilson had as kee.
their guests, last Sunday her I'
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson and
Classified Ads 1 nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. grandson Nat Nason were the

Leonard Zychowski and four chid- }II weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.

ren of Jupiter.Mr. I n Will Nason who are on vacation at

I OR SALE: New,and used Willys Sarasota Beach.
and.Mrs. Louis Davis left i MISS MARJORIE JEANINE MOCK I
[ Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn Tuesday to spend several days .
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Belle Glade, Phone 3058. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyon of
Oct. 17-64-ch. Baker.with his father, D. D. Davis,-at Miss Jeanine Mock To Marry David Melbourne were Labor Day week-

end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. S.

GOTTA A ROOM for rent? .A Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Humphrey returned Ramey In A February WeddingMr. Cross of Canal Point.
small ad in this column will get -
the job done. It only costs a dollar. week last weekend in after Ga.visitingfor and Mrs. Rupert Mock, Sr., I BS Degree in Electrical Engineering Miss Ann McBride has returnedto
Call 924-2661. a Alamo They' of Pahokee, announce the engage- and a Master's Degree in Business her home in Glen wood, Ga.,
were accompanied home by her ment of their daughter, Marjorie Administration from the Uni- after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Har-
FOR SALE: Limited amount of ville, Sr. Jeanine to David Williamson versity of Florida, where he was a I Pope of Canal Point for her sum

of disease free seed cane Ramey, son of Mr. and Mrs. George member of A.I.E.E. and the Alpha mer vacation.

No. CP5028 and CL41223. Also M. C. Garrett is expected to return Bryan Ramey, of Pahokee. 1 I Kappa Psi business fraternity. He I Mrs. C. L. Stuart has returnedto

customer seed treatment for Rat- tomorrow from a two week Miss Mock a graduate of Paho- is also a graduate of the Naval her home after attending the

toon Stunting disease. Robert J. vacation trip to Pensacola. kee High School received a BS Officer Candidate School at Newport -! wedding of her son Edwin that
Simonson, Phone 924-7256 Paho- Degree in Nursing from the Uni- R. I., and 'served as a lieuten-I Ohio.
kee Fla. tf-A17-ch David Watkins son of Mr. and ant in the U. I was performed in Ravina
versity of Florida, graduatingcume S. Navy. At presenthe
During the past weekend Mr. and
Mrs. D. B. Watkins left
laude. She member of is assistant
FOR RENT: Lunch Stand Equip- Oxford, Miss to continue his was a operations managerin Mrs. Edwin Stuart were the guestsof
the first class of nurses to graduate the Guided Nsssile Range Di-
ment, Lights, water ,furnished. studies at the of Miss- their parents before leaving for
from U of F, and was a charter in the Guided Missle Range Di-
$100 Month, apply in person at where he is their home in Interlachen, Fla.
issippi a junior, major-
vision of Pan
member and officer of the Nursing I American Airways
Williamson Fruit Stand Canal in business administration Mrs. Edwin Stuart is a member of
Students Association. She was alsoa stationed on Grand Bahamas Is-
Point. tfc I the Palatka teaching faculty and
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Goodman and member of the Delta Gamma so- land. Edwin has entered law school at

WE HAVE HEARD of folks who son, Bill spent last weekend with cial sorority. Before returning to Plans are being made for a February -, the University of Florida.

have rooms for rent and rooming relatives in Zellwood. Pahokee a few months ago she wedding. !I .
houses for rent. A small ad right was employed as emergency room -
here might turn the trick. Why not Mrs. Gertrude Williams who is nurse at the Alachua General Hos- oS I-HH4H'4'' f H-'W''t 1 1 1 11--1"1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I- : 1 ; ;+..} : 1 1 1
try it? It is a small cost-$1.00 a residing in Lantana spent the pital in Gainesville. At present she :t:
week. weekend at her home in Pahokee. is a member of the nursing staffat 1.1

MALE HELP WANTED: Agricul- Mrs. H. C. Graham and Mrs. the, Pahokee.Mr. Everglades. Memorial Hospital i Do You Want ANEW i

cultural products manufacturerneeds Paul Tillery will return today from
Ramey also a graduateof
high caliber sales represent- Miami where they attended a
Pahokee High School received a
ative. Must know this area well.! three-day social workers conven-
Knowledge of Florida farming tion. i
Mr. Osceola HOME? I
helpful. Accounts already estab and Mrs. Upthe- ;
lished. New sales plan should in- Judge J. L. Tyson spent the grove and son, Eddie returned t +
Labor Day weekend in Tampa Saturday from a 'two-week vaca-
sure over $10,000 per year to right
visiting his mother Mrs. C. K. tion spent in New Hampshire, Vermont + h
man. Write fully, including tele- f
phone number, to General Man- Tyson. and Montreal, Canada. + HAVE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT NOW? I

ager,'P. O. Box 1115., Winter Garden Miss Cyndy Friend left Tuesdayfor Dick Miller and his daughter
Florida. Interviews will be ar F.. S. U. in Tallahassee where Miss Sue Miller of Canal Point t If you've located"the home you want and you X;
have down payment you're ready to see tus
ranged. Itc she enters her senior year. spent the weekend in South Carolina -
about a low cost home loan. -rE
and visited David Fountain at
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Parris Island is stationed
where he E
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just what to do to see that your loan is quickly ,: 1t I

Miss Penny McKinstry and processed and how to arrange easiest terms. +:f
Trailer Park Miss Sue Brower left Monday for V
West Palm Beach where they enrolled *

Tuesday at Palm Beach Vocational -1-. WANT TO BUY, BUT LACK CASH? J.- .
Monthly Or Seasonal College and are taking the -.. 1-
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i beautician course. ::: ,> In a surprisingly short length of time you :i

w"On too can have your down payment. Here's how j.

Route 441 On Lake Okeechobee Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harris i.; -open a savings account here right away. t
and daughters Nancy and Mary, :i: "'". !
Save as much as you can regularly.
17 Miles North of Canal Point of Tifton Ga. visited her parents I S We also add a big dividend to your account /.
:Mr. and Mrs. Ross Spear, last [ .
weekend.Mr. I" regularly so your savings will grow even t\
faster. Accounts may be opened by maiL
Beautiful Shade
Pure Water. Boat Space.
and Mrs. J. E. Wilson left
Rest Rooms. Laundry Service Available. last Thursday to vacation for two

weeks in the mountain of North


last weekend in Stuart visitingher

Trooper and Mrs. Charles Humphries LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATIONEverglades

Specialty All You Can Eat Sgt. and Mrs. Russell Collins and
children will arrive Sunday to

spend several days with her'par-

ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G .Gillis, be- FederalSavings

J&SFISHCAMPAND Miss.fore he reports for duty at Biloxi

TRAILER PARK Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Heller and And Loan Association ;

children of Riviera Beach and Mr.
40 S. W. AVE. "B" PHONE WY6-2067 I
Located in the Heart of the Best ; and Mrs. Charles Jones and boys of

Fishing la The WorldRestricled dewiston were the Labor Day BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA
:I: guests of Mr. C. B. Jones and
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{;yO Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses, while E Bonds build a *
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older are priced: ,at 4ace value. . '
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period riskless
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-Q- .... rate? can only grow. s
) A: YIM. You don't need to do a thing just hold on to Q:What if tny Bonds should. be lost, stolen or <{.. ''; J*::w
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TFirst Methodist The Church Of ,God Canal Point First \'

Church, Pahokee Of Prophecy, Pahokee Baptist Church

I Canal Point Road 4 S
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Elder R. E. Barfield
SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor SUNDAY: :5ii

9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. .-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School !

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship

6:45 p. 'm.-MYF 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. mx
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.' Tuesday-VJUB. 8:00 p. .-Evening Worship ii
TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.1LB. WEDNESDAY:

7:00 p. -m.Vesper Choir prac- Everyone welcome. Special music 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer E

ticeWEDNESDAY and singing.. Service
_'. 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS:

7:45 p. m.-Mid-week: devotions St. Mary's th lic 7:30 p. .-Ladies Auxiliary 4 # ?

8:30 p. .-Senior Choir 'practice ,ChurchFather :Meeting.. .

Canal Point WSCS
Francis Fennech Pastor
Church Of God, Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. Meets With PahokeeThe

Confessions before Mass
Barfield HighwayPahokee first meeting of the new

school year of the Canal Point Par-
Fla.J. Holy Nativity ent-Teachers Association will be i'

W. Hughes,1.firiister Episcopal ChurchPahokee held Tuesday night, September 11,
Phone 924-3736' at 8:00 p. m. at the school cafe- : .
SUNDAY: teria. Principal W. W. White will

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School, Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar be *in charge of the program. A .
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship SUNDAY: reception for the teachers will be

7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- 10 a. m.-Sunday School held immediately following the }

viceTUESDAY 11:00 a. .-Worship Service meeting.The re:

: executive board will hold i
7:30 Service --
p. m.-Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. 'm. All membersare
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ Christian Science urged to attend. ______m'Y -ft,____._

Group Of Canal PointThe .. A Ray print of beach-blooming flowers makes news in knitted
ServiceS .' Aerial Gateway To swimsuits. The pattern is screen printed in high-voltage coloron
idestructible relationship of a soft double knit fabric of Creslan acrylic fiber. The twopiecesuit ''I
Canal Point Europe-That's Fla. i& destined for many happy seasons in the sun without fading:
God and man will be emphasizedat or losing its beautiful shape.

ChurchRev. Christian Science church
Baptist serv- .w. ------------------------------- -
MIAMI-Florida ,is looking for-
ward to a new future as an aerial
Charles D. Stewart Pastor Scriptural selections in the Les-
Mrs. and Mrs. Marvin and .
gateway to Europe.The Crady and Mrs. F. G. Gillis spent
SUNDAY: son-Sermon on "Man" include the
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School following verse (Psalm 18): "It is state, long a prime gatewayto their daughter, Mrs. Harry Shep- ,last weekend with their soninlawand

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship God that girdeth me with strengthand Latin America (received its pard and children, spent last week- daughter, Pvt. and Mrs. R. E.
third jet service to Europe when end with Mr. and :Mrs. O. Q. Atkinson (
6:30 p. m.-Training Union maketh my way perfect. Sonny) Young at Spring Lake,
7:30 p. .-Evening Worship A citation to be read from "Sci- Pan American World Airways in- in Bradenton. They were accompanied N. C. They were accompanied on
augurated this month a jet flight home by Joe Gee Crady, their their little
WEDNESDAY: ence and Health with Key to the I trip by grand-
7:30 p. m.Prayer Meeting Scriptures" by :Mary Baker Eddy from Miami to Lisbon, Portugal. the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. daughters, Cyndy Gillis, daughterof

.. states (p. 470): "The relations of Cunard Eagle earlier this year Crady, who had been visiting the Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gillis of

God and man, divine Principle and began a once-a-week flight from Atkinsons for several .days. Cape Canaveral.
The Pahokee ChurchOf Miami to London of Nas- )
by way
idea, are indestructible. in Science; ....
sau and Bermuda. Another airline, ---
The Nazarene and Science knows no lapse from
Mexico's Aerovias Guest is auth-
nor return to harmony, but holds ,
order orized toil y to Madrid, Spain, but
the divine or spiritual law,
Rev. Max D. Jones Pastor.
God'and temporarily suspended HOME
433 Bacom Point Rd. in which all that He of
pending delivery
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 creates are perfect and eternal, to long-range
SUNDAY SERVICES: have remained unchanged in its jets.Several
advantages of having
eternal history.
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
service channeled over the "sun-
11:00 a. m.Sunday Worship '4.
shine route" rather than the Great .
6:30 p. m.--.Juniors Circle route are pointed out by
7:00 p. .-Sunday Evening Missionary UnionIn airline authorities. European service :: '

WEDNESDAY Evangelistic: Service Tuesday Meeting from Florida is hundreds of 1 Nv 7y' r erli p J OQs.

miles shorter for many cities of l
7:30 m.-Midweek Prayer
p. "International Students" was the Western Hemisphere than the 6 ,.
the subject of the program presented Great Circle route. Moreover, mid-: '
"Where you are a stranger but
at the meeting of the Wom-] Atlantic weather offers fewer haz-
t an's Missionary Union held at the' ards than the North Atlantic. i U. ',

Pahokee First Baptist Church, .
St. Peter's Lutheran Tuesday morning, with the presi-, -

Church Belle Glade dent, Mrs. H. E. Unwin, presiding. Patterson Circle a ,- S) ['%
Those assisting with the programwere Z ,c ,
Will Meet MondayThe
Mrs. Marvin Crady, Mrs.:
August Koerber, Pastor Joe E. Thompson and Mrs. Guthrie'
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade lone Patterson Circle of the
Colvard.Mrs. Colvard also gave the
SUNDAY: devotionals.It Canal Point Baptist Church will 4 .,

Divine Services 11 A. M. meet Monday afternoon, September -
was announced that the 75th NiCi9
School 9:45 A'. M. 10, at 3:00 p. m. at the new
WMU anniversary banquet will be
.- home of Mrs. J. E. Williams in Pa- TtP9I1

held, September 20, at the George 0
hokee. Mrs. J .L. McCall, circle
The Methodist Church ':Washington Hotel in West Palm
Beach. The state president of the will preside.
Canal Point FloridaRobert
:WMU, Mrs. Lockhart, will be the
i principal speaker ,and guest of I NOTICE OF INTENTION '

A.'Shelley. Pastor honor. Mrs Horace Unwin is in, TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS 'CONCRETE'ASONRY
SUNDAY: charge'of Teservations for the banquet : NAIVE

10:00 a. m.-church School Notice is hereby given that the

11:00 a. m.Morning Worship On September 13 and 14, Mrs. J. undersigned, under the provisions Because you'll want the best the most beautiful .
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship Heller, WMU president of the of Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, the longest lasting construction materials in your new

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Palm-Lake Association, will teacha Acts of 1941, will register with the home you'll naturally choose concrete masonry con-
MONDAY: leadership course at the First Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and struction. It provides a home that is fire-safe, economicalto
3:15 p. m.:-Youth Choir practice Baptist Church in Belle Glade. for Palm Beach County, Florida, keep up, will out-last almost any other material-and

TUESDAY: Mrs. Guthrie Colvard will pre upon receipt of proof of publicationof remain new-looking, too! Build your home today! For

8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st sent a book review on prayer on this notice, the fictitious name, quality block V precision made on Stearns equipment

Tuesday Monday, September 24, at 10:30 a. towit: see us today.
<:2nd :MONDAY
m. at the church. The study will be' J. G. WEEKS AND SON

I WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.-Esther: Class' meeting followed by a covered dish lunch- Canal Point, Fla. CONCRETE BLOCK GIVES BUILDINGS A FUTURI
eon. Under which we are engaged in
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting business in Canal Point, Palm
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That the
Beach County, Florida.
First Baptist ALBERT FRE3ID RETURNS parties interested in said businessare

Canal Point resident Albert : J. G. Weeks, Canal Point,
I Church, Pahokee Fremd returned recently from a Florida and James M. Weeks, Pa-
visit with Ms. son and family Lt. hokee, Florida. That the firm
I Guthrie W. Colvard Minister Com. and Mrs. Harry Fremd in name is;

Sunday School-9:45 a. m. Norfolk. Va. On the return trip J. G. Weeks and Son

Homing Worship-11:00 a. m. Mr. Fremd visited Mr. and Mrs. By J. G. Weeks.To .
Training Union-6:45 p. m. Jesse Reel in Franklin, Va. :Mr. be published once a week for

Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. Reel a former administrator of i four successive weeks in a news- PAHOKEE, FLA. BELLE GLADE, FLA.
/\ Wednesday Prayer Service Everglades Memorial hospital in paper of general circulation. in
7:30 p. m. Pahokee, and Mrs. Reel sent best'I Palm Beach County. PHONE 7185 PHONEWY 85U9Page

<.' -'A*warm welcome to.aH. wishes to their friends in this area.' Pub. :Atlg. 17.24. 31, Sept. 1, 1962. .

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.Honor Miss HattonAt I
Mindlin Home I II

The home of Mrs. Karl Mindlin,

.123 S. Elm Street, Pahokee, was

the scene Wednesday afternoon,
j September 5, of a coke party in

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Jr., Mrs. F. H. Poteete, Mrs. Ellis :'.: ;

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The refreshment table was laid ,
with a lace cloth and centered withan I I

: e. arrangement of orange carna- ,,
: tions and yellow spider mums. Appointments -
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Hatton, BrideElectThe ,;.. _t.' "

home of Mrs. Hugh Branchwas

the scene, August 30, of a

------- calling shower from 8:00 to 10:00p. '_'_ m _>_ _'n., ___YP <' ", _'"."';.......h" k
MRS. LEWIS MINTER COLLINS JR. I m., in compliment to Miss Doro- MRS. GLEN DALE PERRY

thy Hatton, bride-elect of Marcus
Miss Betty Jean Johnson Is Married To Lewis Buckner. Miss Jean Brown daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Brown, became the
bride of Glen Dale Perry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin L. Perry of Ocala
Hostesses with Mrs. Branch
Lewis Minter Collins Jr. In St. PetersburgMiss in a candlelight ceremony at the Pahokee First Baptist Church, Sat-
were Mrs. Thor Hatton, Mrs. G. C.
urday, August 25, at 7:00 p. m. Rev. Guthrie Colvard, pastor, repeatedthe
McElhenny, Mrs. Joe Alderman, nuptial vows.
: Betty Jean Johnson flowers were green tinted carna- Mrs. Brenda Tyson, Mrs. Penny'lark "
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. RobertM. tions centered with pink carnationsand Mrs. D. W. I
of St. Petersburg, be- green streamers.Mrs. I Gayle Johnson, Miss Jane
came the bride of Lewis :Minter M. W. Cary, Jr. of Fort, Ryals and Miss Myra Jones.In Jon Pope, a graduate of Tulane Word has been received that Mr.

Collins, Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Carson, Colo., sister of the bride- the receiving line with Mrs. University and associated with the and Mrs. Jack Phillips of Fairfax,

Minter Collins of Pahokee,. at the groom, was gowned similarly. Her Branch, were the honoree, her Parke-Davis Pharmaceutical Corp.in S. C. took picnic lunch, last Sun-

Christ Methodist Church in St. nosegay bouquet was of pink car- mother, Mrs. Joe Hatton, Sr. and California for the past four day, to the Pahokee boys who are

Petersburg on Sunday, September nations centered with green car- Mrs. Margaret Chandler.A years, entered the University of in basic training at the Marine

2. Dr. Paul R. Horton performedthe nations and pink streamers.L. motif of pink and white was Florida at Gainesville, last week, Base at Parris Island. Those en-

3 p. m. ceremony before an Minter Collins was best man carried out in the floral arrange- to major in pharmacy. He had been 'joying the treat were David Fountain

altar decorated with white gladioli, for his son. Ushers were R. Don- ments and refreshments. The table the guest of. his parents, Mr. and James McElhenny, Bill John-

mums and pompons. ald Schwager, Paul W. Ather and was laid with an embroidered clothof Mrs. E. L. Pope, in Pahokee, for son, Ronald Gamble and James
Joseph T. Lyons, soloist, and Henry G. Zoda all of St. Peters- pink linen and centered with two weeks. Bryant.
Mrs. E. W. Alexander burg.
I an arrangement of pink and white
provided traditional music. The Suwanee Hotel, St. Peters-I
roses and fern, and flanked by
Given in marriage by her father, burg was the setting for the recep- white tapers in silver holders. A 11 H I j jI 8111 i i11
the bride wore a gown of silk or- tion.Mrs. ring of ice embedded with rosebuds
full circular skirt bas- Collins from THEATRESPRINCE
ganza with was graduated floated in the punch bowl. Miss I
que waist and long sleeves endingin St. Petersburg High School and Myra Jones and Miss Jane Ryals
calla lily points at the wrists. attended St. Petersburg Junior
served the cake and Mrs. Brenda I
French Alencon lace trimmed the College. Tyson presided at the punch bowl. LAKE DRIVE-IN
bodice which featured a scooped= The bridegroom, a Pahokee,High I
Mrs. Penny Clark had charge of Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
neckline. From a back bow, the School graduate attended Mars
the book.
guest - -
skirt flowed into a cathedral train. I Hill Junior College in North Caro-
the - -
Among lovely presents received -2 WO FEATURES -
Her veil of silk illusion cascaded lina and the University of Colorado -
I by Miss Hatton, was an SUNDAY MONDAY -TUESDA1
from a small queen's crown of I Boulder, Colo. He was gradu- -
electric fry pan, a gift from the SUNDAY
pearls. She carried a bouquet of ated from Florida Southern College -I hostesses. SEPTEMBER

stephanotis and streamers centered Lakeland. SEPTEMBER
with a large white orchid. After a trip to the Great Smoky -

Miss Arlene Fillinger of St. Petersburg .Mountains, the couple will return, 692 New Industrial SLADE"SUSAN IIAYVVARD AND
maid of honor, we're a ,September 13, to make their homeat
ballerina length gown of pepper- Admiral Farragut Academy, St. Plants For Florida TROY DONAHUE, CONNIE JOHN GAVIN

mint chiffon over taffeta. The dress Petersburg, where he is an in- STEVENS -ALSO-
had a matching lace jacket. Her I structor., TALLAHASSEE Florida ob- McGUIREMONSTER ON THE

tained 692 new industrial plants AND LLOYD NOLAN CA3IPUS"

Scholarships Are I Rotarians Hear and major expansions during 1961, -11111111111111' 1 : : 1111. i I..IM i J t II t ...ttlt IIIIH-4
i the Florida Development Commis-
Given By Food Fair' Howell, DCT TeacherJohn sion has reported. The plants are

expected to provide more than J '" ,

MIAMI-Food Fair Stores, Inc. Howell, the new DCT in- 20,000 new jobs when they are in I

has awarded 63 four-year college strructor at 'Pahokee High School, full operation.The .
scholarships for the 1962-63 aca- was guest speaker at the luncheon three major expansions TWANTEDEXPERIENCED

demic year. I I I meeting of the Pahohkee Rotary cluded the addition of 1,200 in-I
Since 1953 the national grocery Club, last Thursday. Mr. Howell ployees to the work force of

chain which has many large sup-!!spoke on the training given f students & Whitney Aircraft in Palm Beach

ermarkets in Florida, has awarded who participate in this pro- County, an increase of 650 workersat I FIELD

nearly three quarters of a million I gram. Rawls Bros. Contractors Inc.

dollars in scholarship and aid-to- Visitors were M. U. Mounts and of Jacksonville, and the addition| FOREMAN FOR

education grants. The scholarshipsare Kent Price, both of West Palm of 550 employees at the Minneap-

available to Food Fair em- Beach; Louis Kirchman, Dr. Clar- olis-Honeywell electronics plant in

ployes, their children and to the ence Kidder and J. A. Ball all of Clearwater.A Cane HarvestSee
general public in the area served Belle Glade; Charlie Lovorn of big increase in Florida's sugar

by the firm.MORTGAGE. Clewiston and Jack Overby of production was reflected in an-
Fort Myers.R. nouncement of new sugar processing -

O. Lampi immediate past plants. The new mills includedthe Luis De Armas
i'fr'i' 71't7ft'l7lW \t Ym
president presided in the absenceof Glades Sugar House of Belle .

the president, Dr. E. C. Johnson. Glade, the Glades County Sugar Bob Beardsley
-. Growers' Mill at Moore Haven and

HOME FROM VACATIONMr. the Talisman Sugar Corp, at Belle

LOANS and Mrs. W. S. Plumer and Glade. U. S. Sugar Corp. of'Clewis- GLADES COUNTY SUGAR
ton also announced plans for a new
their daughter, Jann, and son,
sugar mill which will start produc-
COM3IERCIAL FARM Billy, returning last Wednesday I tion this fall.3IARRIED GROWERS COOPERATIVE

RESIDENCE RANCHAT night from an extended vacation
RATES YOU CAN trip. They visited relatives in Ohio 25 YEARSMr. ,
.- -
AFFORD TO PAY. and toured Michigan Minnesota, and Mrs. M N. Steiner cele-
317 West Sugarland HighwayP.
, FRANK TILLIS North and South Dakota and wentas brated their 25th wedding anniver-

MORTGAGE INSURANCE far south as Tulsa. Okla. Among sary last week. They are living in O. Box 1148 Clewiston Fla.
points of interest visited were the Canal Point while he is employedby ,
, HOWELL-WDLMOTH, Brokers Henry Ford Museum in Greenfield Farrel-Birmingham in erectionof Phone YU3-2381 Or YU32401f.t

. 205 Worth Ave. Palm Beach Village. Mich.; Mackinas Straits, the new $17.000,000 sugar mill

,. Mich and the Will Rogers Memorial here. The Steiners are from Buf-
.,/la,JIa'la'J.u.I."Ja'\.J.\.TV. __ at Tulsa. falo, N. Y.