The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
November 2, 1962
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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.New Mill Grinding, I Canal Point WMU Belle Glade 10th Supper Is Coop Sugar Mill
Met Monday NightThe Scheduled Nov. 10A

Refinery Planned I Women's Misionary! Union With State TeamsOne group of mothers of Canal Will Grind Nov. 16The

of the Canal Point Baptist Chur- Point school children interestedin
The new $14,000,000 ,sugar mill ch met Tuesday night at the of the best football teams in air conditioning the Canal Point Youth Center property "on
at Bryant which the U..S. Sugar church with the president. Mrs. J. the history of Belle Glade High School are planning a benefit East Main Street has been pur-
Corporation broke ground for in D. Latham presiding. School, and unconditionally the turkey supper to be held in the chased by the Pahokee Lion's Club
April 1961 started grinding cane "Laborers Together with God" the best from that school since it Community Building at the Glades it was announced at the luncheon
on schedule on Tuesday of this was the subject of the program joined in the formation of the Park Nov. 10. All proceeds will go meeting Tuesday with the president -
week. The massive structure rush- presented by Mrs. F. F. Burr. She Suncoast Conference 13 years ago into the fund being raised to purchase i Kyle Scott, presiding However
ed to completion by USSC presi- was assisted by Mrs. C. B. Jones, is another major step closer this the air conditioners. The Youth Center Inc. has been
dent Harry T. Vaughn and his Mrs. J. S. Atkins, Mrs. H. C. Clark, week to the first league title of group has already sponsored bake given'a lease for a ten year period'
staff of officials is one of the most Mrs. Charles Maxson, Mrs. Dow any description for the Rams. sales for the benefit of the fund. granting them the privilege of using -
modern in the world it was pointed Echols and Mrs. J. L. McCall. An inspired 12-0 triumph at the building for at least two
out by representatives of the Lake Worth Friday night over the nights per week. Also, a repurchase -
Funeral Services
contractor Farrel-Birmingham of Is Head Of pennant-favored Trojans boostedthe "optiOrf has been given the "
Ansonia Conn. Tyson Ram record to 7-0 and 5-0 in American Legion similar to the
More than a year ago when the conference, with the Belle! Billy CulbersonFuneral one held by the Youth Center.
plans, were being drawn for the I' Pahokee C. C. Glade goal still uncrossed. In the Bob Lee personnel and public
new mill plans were in the league's annals only the '56 Ram relations manager for Sugar Cane
ing stage about a new talk-I team won as often when it com- services for William Growers Cooperative of Florida,
be built near the Bryant mill. : W. O. Moss acting as master of piled a 7-2-1 record and the first Everette (Billy) Culberson 24,' of was the guest speaker. Introducedby
Vaughn in a recent statement said ceremonies at the annual installa- Ram team in the Suncoast in 'oO 350 Cypress Avenue Pahokee who Glenn Brower, he spoke on the
that the refinery-proposed at the tion meeting of the Pahokee and also the '56 outfit each won died unexpectedly October 25, were sugar cane industry as it concerns
start of the sugar boom then Chamber of Commerce Tuesday five conference contests. So held Sunday afternoon at the Pa- the Glades. He stated that Sugar
shelved-would be A venture including night turned over to incoming of- school records are equalled bot.h.1 I hokee First Baptist Church with Cane Growers Coop expect to pro-
both U. S. Sugar and Sa- ficials the duties of their office three games yet to come and Rev. R. E. Barfield, pastor of the duce between 75 and SO thousandtons
vannah Sugar (Refinery Corp.)". and wished them well in their new both are virtually assured of be- First Missionary Baptist Churchof of raw sugar the first year
Negotiations are still underwaybut efforts. Judge James L. Tyson Jr., ing topped. Canal Point officiating. He was and they plan to start grinding on "
a formal announcement on the is the new president who succeeds Even more intriguing is the unblemished assisted by Rev. Guthrie Colvard.A November 16. This mill has the ca-
cost location and other refinery Bob 'Fisher. defensive mark. No native of Pahokee Mr. Cul- pacity to process 6,000 tons of
specification should be ready Paul Collier is the new vice pres- I. Suncoast team ever has achieved berson was a member of the First sugar cane per day and they planto
shortly Vaughn said. ident and Glenn Powell treasurer. I that objective or even gone this Missionary Baptist Church, Canal grind for six months this first.
The rough estimate of the cost I Directors installed were RichardF. far in the season without givingup i Point and was employed by Glades year.
, ,of the refinery proposed earlier ', Hurt Collier, Milton Salvatore at least one touchdown. to; the. I IopposlU Chevrolet Company Belle Glade There are 51 member-growers in,.t. "
was 5 million dollars' ,but Vaughn' Powell, William Benton George .' *. '** '. 'as,a body repairman.' .. T .tbt Sugar Cane Growers Cooper 4' ......._
said Monday plans were not yet 1 I Rashley and Mitchell Kirk. Mrs. But two major hurdles ,still are Survivors include'; his widow (continued on page 8))
definite enough to give a cost estimate II I Lillian Padgett served as executive I I facing the leaders. In the feature June; one daughter Rebecca Lynn, -
on the revived venture. [ secretary by appointment. of next Friday's four-game league 2; parents Mr. ,and Mrs. A. E. ,
-o.Baptist ..-- I I Guest speaker was Fred (Bud) card Belle Glade invades rebound- Culberson, Sr.; one brother A. E. Belle Glade Team
I Dickinson West Palm Beach attorney ing Ft. Pierce which inflicted the Culberson, Jr.; three sisters, Mrs.
Revival I and chairman of the Flor- I lone blot on runnerup Pahokee's Bettye C. Woods, Miss Shirley Best In Its History
ida Committee of 100. He explained record Oct. 12 at Ft. Pierce. After Culberson all of Pahokee and
Starts Pahokee, the goals of his committee and (Continued on Page 7) Mrs. Martha C. Oliver of Kokomo
the work being done. Indiana and his grandmothers, Belle Glade 12-0 winner over
Robert Fisher outgoing presi-' Mrs. Ada Culberson of Pahokeeand stubborn Lake Worth High School
The Revival Services at the dent, introduced guests and._ gavea Local Carnival Is Mrs. Emma Hodnett of Winter last Friday night moved up into
First Baptist Church of Pahokee resume of the work of the cham- Haven. : the top 10 in the state's football
will begin Sunday, November 4th. ber during the past year. A Huge SuccessThe Pallbearers were Roland Mills powers today. The Rams, 13th'
Reverend R. O. Baker, Jr., of the : The program presented by Mrs.R. Duncan Padgett, Eddie Crews last week pulled up to 10th.
First Baptist Church of Cramerton F. Hurt' featured a flute solo by Buck Norwood, Marvin Crady and Miami High continued as the
N. C. will do the preaching. Tammy Branch, accompanied at Annual Halloween Carnivalat Web Pell. Burial was at Port May- number one team in the Miami
His first service at the church will the piano by Dottie Lair and two the Canal Point school on Wed- aca Cemetery with Wetherington I Herald state high school grid poll
be on Monday at 7:30 p. m. piano solos by Richard Hurt Jr. nesday night of this week was a Funeral Home of Pahokee in receiving 282 votes and 282 first
Tuesday through Friday mon-I. The invocation was given by huge success from standpoint of charge of arrangements. I place ballots.
ings at 7:00 a. m. there will be Rev. T. C. O'Steen pastor of the entertainment for the youngstersand .. Fort' Lauderdale which defeated -
services followed by coffee or hot First :Methoddist Church. from the amount of net cash cross-town rival Stranahan 20-
chocolate and donuts in the church -. realized from the evening's enter- Seacrest Is Next 9, jumped from fourth to second
dining room.Special tainment. place ,
music will be a feature of Local PTA To Meet Delectable food was served in On The Devils ListCoach Last week's second and third
each service under the direction oft the cafeteria starting at six o'clock place teams Lakeland and Coral
:Mrs. Guthrie Colvard. The services On Monday Nov. 5 and nearly all of the school pa- Gables, tumbled to eighth and
wll continue through Sunday November trons attended and participated in Web Pell and his Blue ninth' respectively, after defeats.
llth.Railroad. the evening meal. A nice amountof Devils will journey to Delray Tampa Chamberlain beat Lake-
I The regular monthly:meeting of cash was realized from this Beach tonight where the squad will land 27-12. Coral Gables fell before -
Fans the Canal Point Parent-Teacher's chore.A engage the Seacrest eleven in a Miami Jackson 137.
Association will be held Monday country store a fishing pond contest of great importance. The Jacksenville Lee moved from
Have ExpositionMIAMI I November 5, at 8 p. m. in the a cake walk; hayride; pony ride Pahokee youngsters have lost only fifth to third by stopping Paxon
school cafetorium. Bruce Bitting fortune telling booth candied ap- one game this season and that to 22-13.
The Miami Railroad program chairman, has announcedthat ples, dart throwing booth, and_ Fort Pierce.In .
Historical Society has a thrill in I a representative from the many other forms of entertain- last week's encounter the Richard Lesser Is
store for old-time railroad fans. Florida Fresh Water Fish and ment netted the group a sizeable local team bowled over the Stuart
The historical group will hold its Game Commission will present the amount of cash. High School team to the tune of Rote Club SpeakerRichard
first annual Exposition of Steam program. Mrs. W. E. McCall pre- Valuable door prizes were 19 to 0, there.BEVERLYS .
which will feature models of his- sident, will preside. awarded at the end of the even- .. Lesser of West Palm
toric and modern live steam en- ing's entertainment. These prizes ARE HOMEMr. Beach was guest speaker at the
gines in actual operation.The VISIT MRS. BOE were furnished through the gene- and Mrs. A. D. Beverly have luncheon meeting of the Pahokee
exposition will be staged Recent guests of Mrs. Beulah rosity of cooperating merchants.Mr. returned from Black Mountain, i Rotary Club held last Thursday at
near the University of Miami cam- Boe were her parents, Mr. and Threlkeld's room gave a program Tenn. where they spent the sum- the Woman's Club Building Intro-
pus Saturday Nov. 17. Admission Mrs. C. E Mitchell; her brother in the auditorium which won mer, and have had as recent duced by Luke DuFresne, he spokeon
: is free. Anyone owning a live and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs the praise of those who attended. guests her parents Rev. and Mrs. the naval reserve program.
steam model is invited to place it John Mitchell and daughter She- A. Warwick of Forsythe Ga. and Guests attending the meetingwere
on display during the exposition. lia; her brother and sister-in-law, FOUNTAIN VISITORSMr. their sons and daughters-in-law Raymond L Velandra of
All participants and spectators will Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mitchell and and Mrs. Myers Fountain Mr. and Mrs. Don Beverly of Mi- West Palm Beach; N. T. Taylor
f also be given a free ride on the so son Ricky, and, her sister Mrs.. have as their house guests this ami and Mr. and Mrs. Max Bever- George Young Marvin Unwin Dr. ".
. ciety's famous Gold Coast Railroad Pauline Boland and son. Charles, week their oldest son Walter Ray ly of West Palm Beach and their Clarence Kidder C. L. Todd and
I!, after the show is over. all of Winter. Haven., Fountain and Danny Hartman, families. Walter Hooker all of Belle Glade,
r .a. both of Middletowon, Conn., and and Rick Scobel of Margate. Glen
:Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Robinson, Sr. Mrs. H. M. McIntosh and Miss their second son, Pvt. David Fountain Mrs. C. B. Jones and Alton Jones Sanders was the guest of student
' of Plant City, were the recent;I Julia Mathis were the weekend who arrived last week from spent the past weekend in Gaines- member R. O. (Buddy) Lamp II.
, guests of Mr. and Mrs. William guests of Dr. and Mrs. David Camp LeJetme N. C. and Is spend- ville with Mr. and Mrs. David Dr. E. C. Johnson president,
r McCIenlthan in Pahokee. Bleech in Okeechobee.. ing a 20-day leave here. Jones and children. presided over _the business session.
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Page Two' ,1 _, . .. The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, November: 2, 1962

that kind of fluid is an apt one. As ing brake fluids has covered only
John Dunkle Asks
the cause of an accident the substandard the past three years we are seek-

brake fluid would many ing to learn more about them un-

& :4 times be difficult to detect be- der normal storage and servicing For His Job AgainJohn
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cause; after a smashup there's usually conditions. For that reason we
, I time for the brake system to have invited school districts

I cool down before someone thinksto throughout the state which main- B. Dunkle, Democratic incumbent -
test its operation. And after it tain and service fleets of school for the office of Clerk of
has cooled the "killer" becomesa buses and buy their brake fluid in the Criminal Court of Record of

fluid again, so a test would show large quantities, to send us sam- Palm Beach County, today pledged

that the,brakes: work. ples once a month for laboratory continued effort economy and

Only a laboratory analysis of analysis.Our efficiency in announcing his plat-
the fluid in the car's system would inspection and analysis can form for re-election.

reveal whether it could have been be of benefit sometimes to a man- Dunkle, a native of Palm Beach

the cause of a temporary brake ufacturer. On one occasion when County and member of a pioneer
The Rardin Building In Canal Point FloridaTHE failure. our laboratory turned in an un- family, made the following state-

*- *: favorablereport on a product ment: I believe. that an investigation -
A standard brake fluid can deteriorate ,which the manufacturer had specIfied of my office or an inquiry

if the container. is left was properly blended he lost your attorney, will demonstratethat
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EYEMIADHS uncovered because the fluid, being .no rime seeking the reason. Aftera all procedures have been completely -
hydroscopic, absorte careful investigation he discovered -
: 'oke1: ho Fawning Region,Without' :very quickly modernized new programs
moisture when exposed to air. For his p packaging was defective. have been initiated which result in
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years
that reason, purchasers of brake When that was corrected his fluid complete cooperation and coordi-
Established March 11,.1924 Published Every FridaySubscription fluid in large quantities such as performed satisfactorily and we nation with the Judiciary the So-

"J' .Price. .. $$.00 Year In AdvanceThe I I a 55-gallon drum should exercisecare registered it for sale in Florida.. licitot' and the Sheriff's department -
to see that the contents are Tfie total picture of these
Everglades News'Is-Entered at the Post Office I
protected with air-tight covers for Although the toll of highway reforms means a direct savirig of
In Canal ,.Florida- as Second Class :Matter: I I I any opening. deaths in Florida has increasedover the taxpayers dollar While at the

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher '!I Because our experience in test- last year I note that, mile for same time offering the best
I mile highway travel in the U. S. available service.Eastern .
---- is more than twice as safe as it .
hydraulic brake systems must
was in 1943 and three times safer
nt II have a boiling point high enoughso Classified AdsFOR than it was in 1933. Star To

it does not vaporize (turn to : National Safety Council reports Hold MemorialPahokee

byC gas) under the heat generated by 18.6 persons died in motor vehicle
brake drum friction. Most of to-. SALE: New and used Willys accidents for each 100 million miles Chapter 184, Order of

day's fluids that meet standard Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein traveled on the nation's highwaysin Eastern Star will hold a memorial
ril7orlaro specifications are a special blend- Belle Glade. Phone 3058. 1933. A decade later the death
Oct. 1754ch. program Nov. 22 to honor two deceased -
ing of lubricants glycols and gly- rate had dropped to 11.5 and by

moo/ col ethers-all organic chemicals. WE HAVE HEARD of folks who 1961 it was down to 5.2. members of the chapter,

They remain fluid even under have rooms for rent and rooming Anything we can do to reduce Mrs. Hulda Wilson and Mrs. Ve-

How many times have you read stress of emergency braking. houses for rent. A small ad right that figure further, including the nera Weeks. Chapter 184 members
* elimination of substandard brake have been invited to the meetingof
reports of an auto accident whena here might turn the trick. Why not
drive was quoted as saying "My In our laboratory analysis of try it? It is a small cost-$1.00 a fluids, will be a step in the right Palm Beach Chapter 41 Nov.
brakes failed?" brake fluid week. direction. 10 when Mrs. Leota Prosser
samples picked up by
of the OES
worthy grand
What would cause a sudden fail I our inspectors around the state.we've ,
FOR RENT. A furnished 2BR CLASSIFIED ADS PAY Grand Chapter of Florida will be
ure of brakes which presumablyhad found some peculiar ma-
CBS house on St. Lucie Canal at official visitor.
BIG DIVIDENDS present as an
been operating satisfactorily? terials. Many were a potential I
Port Mayaca. Phone 9245584.
In passenger cars and trucks traffic hazard. Some were nothing -
Oct. 5 tf
with hydraulic brakes a failure but rubbing alcohol. Others
could be caused by the "phanthomkiller" were rubbing alcohol with some GOTTA A ROOM for rent? A .' If'tf"' ""

-a substandard'brake fluid. but not enough of the necessary small ad in this column will get

To combat this menace. Con organic chemicals added.A the job done. It only costs a dollar.

gress has passed a new law aimed few of the sampes were plain Call 921-2661. Monday Cattle Sales
at protecting America's auto own- denatured alcohol. And one (believe .
brake failure in is turned be FOR SALE: Several 2 and 3 bed-
ers against an or not) out to
emergency. The law prohibits ship- I moonshine liquor. One of our inspectors room homes for sale and 3 bus- Market
Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock
iness buildings. All reasonable
ment in interstate. commerce of found the owners of sev-
I priced. Some bargains. See or call which is owned and operated by more than 120
any brake fluid that is not up to 1 eral pickup trucks who did his i
standard.In I own service work putting beer in i Dan Carpenter, Realtor 924-7156 Florida Cattlemen.I .
Florida we have had a brake the hydraulic brake systems. i or 9247235. ,Oct26. 2tc
You'll the excellent service receive here
fluid law since 1959. The original Any liquid would perform temp- WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIR. I enjoy you
law passed by the Legislatuia in orarily'in a brake system-so longas :, Bulova watches. Radios Watch D this Market. We make an effort at all times to give

that year was found 16'-be inadequate it remains a liquid. But a fluid bands. Clocks. Fishing and hunting V an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us

and was replaced by'a:new that vaporizes under heat is NOT licenses. Greyhound and Trailways a trial.

one in the 1961 session. Responsibility safe to use for hydraulic brakes ticket agency. CANAL POINT
for its' enforcement Is a because when it turns to gas, the SPORT SHOP, Phone 924-7787. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :1'
function of the'Department' of;Agriculture gas will be compressed instead of N23ch.

along with our enforce- exerting necessary pressure to SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
ment of the laws pertaining to force the brake shoe against the FOR SALE-One new 16 ga. 28 in.

gasoline and kerosene inspections. drum. bbl. Remington Automatic shot-

To operate safely, a fluid for The name "phantom killer" for I gun. $90. Phone 924-5751.. Nov 2ch Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION

__ ___ _____ u_ ____.__..__ FOR SALE: One used Gruman aircraft
canoe, square end. $150.
Phone 924-5751. Nov. 2ch
On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

FOR SALE: Maytag Gas Range Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, ManagerEVERGLADES
used very little bargain. Phone

924-7600. Wi1V-1il.Wi ''1 *ii-\\l.ii1Vf a8*1I1v..t1..V'fjM"'V' V>>M&1v.; M"1 &llV VAVlM.V./J4I\J}u.:

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The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, November 2, 1962

Mrs. Arch Blakey left Fridayfor

! I. PERSONAL S 1u NEWS NOTES E S I i. her and Arapaho mother a brother, ,Mrs.Oklahoma from Nellie Oregon, to Naylor whomshe" visit, ,. 0 S T7 a S RE-ELECT

hasn't seen for twenty years.
, -
;; Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Conley of Pfc. James R. McElhenny and I Mrs. Pope Sears and daughter,
Port Mayaca had as guests, last Pfc. Jerry Hunt arrived Saturdayfrom Gale; Mrs. W. C. Young and

week, her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Camp LeJeune, N. C., to daughter, Amy, and Mrs. Leland :< Clerk Criminal Court
J. Walker of Jacksonville, and spend a 15-day leave with James' Keene plan to spend the weekendat +

her aunt Mrs. W. \V. Yarbroughof parents, Mr. and Mrs. George C. Tallahassee where they will at- f 111i PledgingContinued
Palatka.Mr. McElhenny.Dr. tend the home coming events at

Florida State University. :, EconomyEfficiencyEffortCheck
and Mrs. J. C. Mock spent and Mrs. John Campbell I
Sunday in West Palm Beach visit- called on Mrs. J. R. York and Mr. I C. Y. Scroggin has returned to These Accomplishments Of Your
ing their son and and :Mrs. W. D. Howard, last Fri Lake Worth with his son and
Mr.. and Mrs. K. C.daughter-ln-taw'l I day. Dr. and Mrs. Campbell were I daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE

ily. enroute from the American Dental Scroggin, after visiting his daughter -
Pull Reduced operating costs from $9.55
After three Association meeting in Miami I Mrs. R. J. Maxson for several to $3.97 (Current figures) in office. Pull
weeks in
spending Beach to their home at Kingsport, weeks.J. Lever I. Increased excess fees RETURNED to Lever
Everglades Memorial Hospital, I
Tennessee.Mrs. P. B. County for other use by more
Kenneth Hitchcock returned to his S. Chastain of Thomasville, 7A than $20,000 (33 1-3%). 7A
home on Begonia Drive last Thurs- A. C. Phillips had as her Georgia, was the overnight guestof
(Paid Political Adv.)
day, where he is convalescingfrom weekend guests her daughter Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson. Mr.
a heart ailment. Mrs. William T. Bass and sons Chastain was en route to Coral]

Clark and Mark of Belle Glade, Gables to join Mrs. Chastain who
and ,her daughter-in-law, Mrs. has been the guest of her mother.
Bob Guthrie all of Lake Placid,
Richard Phillips of Miami. I I I Mrs. C. W. Connally. The Chas-
visited Mrs. Martin's grandparents '
Mr. and Mrs. William Mc- Mrs. Ray Singletary and tains returned to their Georgia * * W * *
1.1rs.1 during the weekend. -
Clenithan, here last Sunday. Paul Rardin were the, I 0.r .
Mrs. G. T. Echols is a patient at
John Dragon is a patient at Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Connally and j i 1
Everglades Memorial Hospital
Everglades Memorial Hospital, Mrs. C. W. Connally and Mrs.
where she had surgery for the* removal Florida
this week. Miss Shirley Levins has Stanton Chastain in Coral Gables Keep Strong
of her gall bladder, Tues-
been assisting Mrs. Dragon in I Thursday. day. t.

Nola's's Shop during his absence.Mr. .-.. M with .
Mrs. Dorothy Stanley had as her '"
and Mrs. George*B. Ramey weekend guests, her son and Sorority Gains Four
spent last weekend in Rockledge daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
visiting their son-in-law and Ronald Stanley of West Palm New MembersFour

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Beach.
Miller III and son, Graham. new members were pledged -
James R. (Ronnie) Gamble arrived to the Omicron Chapter of the
Guy Sharon returned to Pahokeelast last Thursday from Camp Sigma Eta Fine Arts Sorority at
week from Menlo Park., Calif. LeJeune N. C. to spend a 20-day the meeting held at the home of
where he had spent several leave with his parents, Mr. and the president, Mrs. Lillian Ma- f
months. Enroute home, he was I Mrs. E. B. Gamble: sonic, in South Bay last week.
hospitalized in Miles City, Mon Mrs. Anderson in
Mary was charge ..
I O. B. McClure is spending this j I
tana, for three weeks II #.
sufferingfrom h;
week in Shawnee, Oklahoma, I i of the ceremony and the names of .
pneumonia. I| the pledges will be announced at
where he was called last Fridayby
Mrs. Rachel Scruggs returned the critical illness, and the sub I a later date.
Thursday from a visit with her sequent death on Tuesday, of his I Copies of the new by-laws were vx
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and brother, Ross McClure.Mr. I presented to the members by Mrs.

Mrs. Calvin Padgett and family at I Ruby Jones, chairman of the by- _ i
and Mrs. Lewis, Friend laws committee. _
spent last weekend in St. Peters- During the social hour refresh- )
Mrs. Nicholas accompanied her burg visiting their son-in-law and ments were served by the hostess I
father J. G. Weeks to visit relatives daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dick to Mrs. Edna Barrett and Mrs.I '

in Deerfield Sunday. I Korbly. I Pearl Santee of Canal Point; Mrs. _
Ruth Carpenter of Pahokee; Mrs. f
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Mrs. Mary Anderson, Mrs. Pauline _
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jmo Boydston, Mrs. Mickey Harris,
rh.q wH py. W I' Re-Elect
Mrs. Edyrie Burdine and Mrs. _
Carolyn Priest.Donald .
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JerryThomas Todd Has

.Birthday Party I .

n i I Mrs. Owen-Todd entertainedwith GEORGE SMATHERSu.

YOUR STATE a party at her home in Ridge
crest Gardens, Saturday afternoon,
RepresentativeContinue honoring her son, Donald, who was SENATOR
celebrating the sixth anniversary
of his birthday. Baloon favors I VOTE NOVEMBER 6th
to be represented .
were given to the little guests who
and"contests. Prize ptf.pol.adv.
enjoyed games .
winners were Martie Dobrow, Mel
* * * *. *
Spooner and Susan Salvatore.

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S ALLEN MORRIS AWARD: Voted by the Members of the

Florida Senate and House as the MOST OUTSTANDING I

FIRST-TERM MEMBER of the House of Representatives, 1 ELECT

1961.STATE. I


OUTSTANDING YOUNG MEN 1961. (Sponsored by Florida I GEORGE W. WARREN I Im.
Junior Chamberof Commerce). :


AWARD for Palm Beach-County, 1961. ( Republican
'' : "
West Palnf Beach Jaycees). :-

ACTION NOT PROMISES f County Commissioner

1. In April 1961 Rep. Thomas authored and passed a Resolu- District 4
lution to the President and Congress to cease all trade with

Cuba and to recognize Red Cuba as a member of the Com "Qualified By Experience"

munist Bloc.

4) 2. Assisted in Establishment of a University at Boca Raton. 2 Terms as Mayor of Delray

3. Repeal of Double Intangible Tax.

4. Elimination of Fraudulent "eight percenters". 3 Terms as.City Commissioner of DelrayIT
9 5. Retention of Lake Okeechobee (Savings of $100,000 to tax-

payers annually).


Democrats Republicans Independents and Aggressive County Commissioner from

VOTE FENCE District No. 4


j "Our County Needs more capable leadership in orderto

Jerry Thomas continue our growth and keep pace with the modern

and ever changing world in which we live.' .
(Paid ?olitical .\dV.) ._ ., "_ I (Paid Political Adv.) "

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; FRACTURES FOOT For and Miss Eva Gail Guthrie of Miami
Baptist Shower
Missionary Emmett S. Roberts Calling had charge of the guest book.

Union Meet, TuesdayA Mrs. C. M. Todd is confined to Shirley KincaidThe In the receiving line with the

Seeks ReelectionThe honoree were her mother, Mrs. G.
I her home this week, with a fractured -I
home of Mrs. E. F. Mcll- F. Kincaid Mrs. E. R.
: meeting of the Women's Missionary -i left foot that she injured in a I ; Wagnon
wain. 617 Bacom Point Road, was mother of the bridegroom-elect,
Union of the, Pahokee freak accident, Monday night,
dean of Palm Beach Coun- the scene Saturday evening from and Mrs. McIlwain. The orchid
First Church will be held while she was rushing her great
Baptist 8 to 10 of a showerin
m. calling
ty's legislative delegation EmmettS. corsages they wore, were presented -
grandson, Keith Todd, to the hos-
I Tuesday, November 6, at 9:30 a. In. !. pital. Keith had dram: some liquid Roberts of Belle Glade, is among compliment to Miss Shirley to them by Mrs. Ray Thompson -
Mrs. Guthrie Colvard will be in the veteran public officials seek- Ann Kincaid, bride-elect of Edwin, as were those of the hostesses.
brasro. At the present time, both I
relection in the elec- Wagnon.. Among the presents received -
w charge of the program on "Mexico. patients are recoverning satisfact- ing general 1 many
I' ." tion Nov. 6th. Hostesses with :Mrs. McIlwain by the bride-elect, was an
I Roberts, a Democrat, has been a were :Mrs. Hilda Thomas, Mrs. Jill electric toaster, a gift from the

I I i member of the State House of I Pitts, Mrs. Willie Mae Sheffield, hostesses.
Representatives for a number of Mrs. Thelma Crady, Mrs. Jennie -
years and is recognized as one of McKinstry, Mrs. Ruth Douglas, flPPRCK.ONE OF EVERY POUR
v members of Mrs. Lorraine Guthrie, Mrs. Eva' VISITORS IS SEEING( FLORIDA\
N the most influential\
the legislature. He is the county's Gillis, Mrs. Carolyn Thompson, FOR THE FIRST TIME I

group two candidate. Miss Shirley Culberson, Mrs. Cath-
:Mrs. Cath-
+ H.v+y i4i N/Syf4 y4. I I During his tenure as a state representative -
.Ygw, r y',r:x
erine Barnes.
Roberts has served as
JUDGE chairman and member of many of The refreshment table was laid I G1EET
r : committees the with a cloth of linen heavily em-
the major during
EMERY+ ; ] regular session and for periods be- broidered with cutwork and cent- 7FlEMWiTH

tween sessions. Among these committees ered with a crystal punch bowl ;
the I encircled with orchids and fern.Mrs. =
are appropriations SM//J
NEWELL committee where membership is S. M. Pitts. Jr. of Belle '

most important to the state uni-I Glade presided at the punch bowl I Gout STEERING NOR'S FlORICA CPOO-'TTut TOURISM

(DEMOCRAT) ..:,lyY..y. '. versity project at Boca Raton;

finance and taxation, government '
to the :' I M H M i i i 11-11 ii 11 i 11 i 1111 i 11 i 111 u 1111 i M 111 It.
reorganization, education, drain-

JUVENILEand ':: many age and others.water conservation and THEATRESP

One of his major assignments is

membership on the powerful state LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
tIy legislative council, the lone House I
member.from the Sixth Congres- Pahokee-Belle Glade RoadZ
; sional District who holds such -
: COURT membership. - WO FEATURES -

'.,r Major legislation introduced by SUNDAY-MONDAY -TUESDAY

QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCEJudge Roberts includes a bill in 1955 AY-MONDAY-TUESDAY NOVEMBER 4-5-6

Emery Newell! solicits the support of which paved the way for the At- NOVEMBER 4-5-6 "SPLENDR IN THE
lantic University at Boca Raton;
co-sponsored legislation responsible -I I "THE NOTORIOUS GRASS"
the Nov. 6th General Election
for appropriation enabling I I NATALIE WOOD AND
Palm Beach Junior College to obI -
tain a permanent site; co-sponsor-I
ed a bill reducing intangible taxes FRED ASTAmE AND -

and another for reorganization of ESTELLEVINDVOOD Battle at Bloody Beach
the State Department of Agricul-

PD.POI.ADV. t( 1 1 1 1 I r 1'1 I I 1 r I :r 1 : : : I t I : I I I : I : I 1 : t 1 1 1 I 1 I t I I I I 1 I I J
record of service won -----______ ---__ ____JI
._ him commendation in a Tampa
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I Tribune editorial, for his work in

helping the migrant agricultural
FRIENDS: Above anything else you do Tuesday, go and worker I and for his service as

vote. Let us show Florida and the world that in Palm I chairman of a Citizen's Advisory JERRY W.CARTER

Beach County we are interested and active in our citizen- Committee on Migrant Agricultural -
Labor."I .
ship. Thank you. HAROLD A. TURNER "
am proud of my record, COMMISSIONER

Roberts said, "and_ .,I feel that,my
For over 50 years,"tl e's ools-of Palm Beach C 1.inty'have experience and position of legisla- F LORI DA

made progress each year. tive seniority will prove invaluableto wv *-j V

Today there are nearly 50,000 students, 2,000 teachers, 86 Palm Beach County in the 1963 ::..'..
Schools plus 2 Junior Colleges. It's a strong, good school legislature."
ambition is to the I
system. "My serve PUBLIC :.

For the past four years IIAROLD A. TURNER has servedon people of Palm Beach County. J '
have and will at all times, serve UTILITIES
your School Board. I'
with integrity and loyalty, doing
He has helped strengthen the School System he wantsto my job to the best of my ability." I ':, ,
make it even more outstanding. Next Tuesday Vote to Roberts resides with his wife :I JERRY CARTER has been a most loyal "

re-elect, to returnHAROLD. . and two daughters in the Glades, I and faithful public servant to you b'I
I the residents of Florida and deserves :;
is a member of the Episcopal I your continued vote and support.-'

Church; member of the Masonic Regardless of whether you vote as a ,.
A. TURNER Lodge and Shrine; is ,a past Ex- Democrat or Republican You can
alted Ruler of the Elks Lodge, a: vote Public and Utilities.keep Jerry Carter your Commissioner of Florida Railroad and

past president and Past District
Governor of the Lions Club. JERRY CARTER has the experience as your Commissioner in dealing with
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE the Intricacies of transportation and utility rate regulations, plus his
solid background and knowledge of the astute.handling of commission;


I Robert Fisher, Mrs. Leland
K e e n e and Mrs. Tillis at-

THE ONLY EXPERIENCED SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER tended the district meeting of the '
: ON YOUR BALLOT TUESDAYIt's County Federation of Women's < %:;; $ >ooo0o.QM .

Important to re-elect, HAROLD A. TURNER Clubs held at the Okeechobee tiEetmcrtnv GAS fat PHONE BIUS.
_" 1.4# Boy's'School.: where luncheon was
Honored election-aa Florida School* .
byi -Sirector, Board .S "
.r J i .e. ', served and a jprogram presentedby
,< Association.Experienced. the school.IN JERRY CARTER'S PREVIOUS!; ,RECORD '_

': sound businessxnerc vitally: concerned with TALLAHASSEE AREA -Jerry.Cartar.w**'dVestly respoauble for refunds 0-

r education should be on your County School Board. For four THE CIRCUIT COURT or THE to the customers of Southeastern Telephone Company! in North Central
and Northwest Florida of $1 miffionl
years HaroldA. Turner:has proved to be that kind of FIFTEENTH .JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
School Board member. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR. .- PALM SOUTH FLORIDA Four ((4)) separate rate reductions en Florida Power
BEACH COUNTY. ordered( the commission in 1957
IN CHANCERY C2C2152-D I and Light Co. were by reducing
Resident of this county for 27 years, former Mayor of VENTON LEE HOLLAND : electric light rates $4.725.000 annuaUy. Another $200.000 in '60..another -
Boca Raton, former Kiwanis President, Episcopalian, Plaintiff : 6'/' million in 1960 and another for $2 mi Dion. Total nearly $15
-vs- : million in this vast area alone. '
I Harold Turner has two sons, graduates of our schools, and JACQUELINE HOLLAND :
PfNSACOLA The Commission ordered rate reductions of $257,501 I
of Florida universities, active with him in the nursery Defendant NOTICE OP SUIT: annually- went Into effect January 1958. (Gulf Power Co.)

business. He has three grandchildren in the public schools. TO: JACQUELINE HOLLAND JACKSONVILLE Refunds in gas amounted to $105,727 (Jacksonville

Harold A. Turner has the time to give to the big job of the 722 Easton.MAuch PennsylvaniaYou Chunk Street Gas Co.)

County School System he has the experience, the sound are hereby notified that Ven- MADISON Commissioner Carter brought before the commission the
I ton Lee Holland has filed a Bill of Madison, Into .public hearing on rates and an
phone company serving a
judgment, the respect of his colleagues and all who know
Complaint against you for divorce and
inadequate and inefficient service. Charges were cut ONE HALF! This
are required to serve a of
him. you copy ether in the state to instal
your answer to the complaint on the action spurred phone companies more
You can depend on this man to continue to develop a sound I plaintiffs Attorney, Thadd WhIdden. P. modern and efficient equipment under the supervision and throughthe
I O. Box 70S. Pahokee. Florida and file cooperation of your Commissioner Jerry Carter and the Commis-
.\ and good school system. 1 the original answer In the office of the sion.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm
I Beach County. West Palm Beach. Florida AIL FLOfiDA- Reduced rates for natural gas have gone Into effect dover
VOTE TUESDAY . on or before the 19th day of No- the state by order of the Commission.Jerry Carters first act was
vember. 1962; If you fall so to do, JUdg- to urge investigation and it resulted In the first statewide 10 percent
ment by default will be taken against reduction of exchange phone charges; and abolished a 50c per month
HAROLD you for the relief demanded in the I
TURNER Complaint. I charge for desk and hand phones.

DATED this 17th day of October.

Pull Lever 10APaid 1962. J. AEX ARNETTE

Clerk of the Circuit Court lf JEW VY.t .
( Political Adr.) (Circuit Court Seal)
Deputy Clerk -
Publish Oct. 19. 26. and Nov. 2. 9. 1962 JUWOA JIAJWOAO PPIUC UTOJTIK Creup %
I Everybody VOTE TUESDAY Everybody I Thadd Attorney Whidden for Plaintiff

P. O. Box 70S

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Page Six The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday, November 2,1962
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tures" by Mary Baker Eddy. Teresa Weathers.

the"Everlasting subject of Punishment"the Lesson-Sermon.will be Has Birthday Party
News Of The Churches fi II'II'Ii This citation will be read from -
Science and Health (p. 393): "Risein Mrs. William Weathers enter-
j the strength of Spirit to resist tained, Saturday afternoon, with a
'-T' ---------- all that is unlike good. God has movie party, honoring her daughter -
Ii r made man capable of this, and Teresa, on the ninth anniver-
I The thing can citate the ability no-I sary of her birthday. A Halloween
die Methodist Church First Methodist Church Of God
power divinely bestowed on motif was used in decorating. Fol-
Canal Point, Florida Church, PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy, ,PahokeeCanal I The Golden Text is from Gala- lowing the serving of refresh-
Point Road tians: "Be not deceived; God is I ments, the sixteen little friends,
I Robert A. Shelley, Pastor T. C. O'Steen not mocked: for whatsoever a man all girls, attended the show at the
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor soweth, that shall he also reap." Prince Theatre.
10:00 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School -. mHamburger .
a. School 9:45 a. m.-church School
11:00 a. .-Morning: Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 7:45 a.p. m.-Preaching Evangelistic Service Service I Fry For WSCS Of PahokeeTo
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship 6:45: p. m. MYF
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:45 p. m.Evening Worship 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. Youth FellowshipMembers Meet MondayThe
MONDAY: TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. -
3:15 p. .-Youth Choir practice 7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir prac- Everyone welcome. Special music of the Pahokee Meth-I regular monthly meeting of
TUESDAY: ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. odist Youth Fellowship were entertained the Woman's Society of Christian
8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st : _Q O with a hl1bur: : ;r f-y,t Service of the Pahokee Me hodist
Tuesday2nd 7:45 p. m.-Mi -week devotions Christian Science I Saturday evening, at the home of II Church will be held Monda:0, Nov.
MONDAY: 8:30 p. m.-SenIor Choir practice Mr. and Mrs.. Lloyd Hundley on 5, at 8 p. m. in the social hall. The
7:30 p.m.-Esther Class meeting Group Of Canal Point Bacom Point Road. Those assisting S'-'cr-on-Lair Circle will be in
WEDNESDAY: 9. I were Mr. and Mrs. Robert charge, with Mrs. J. R. York and
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Man's God-given ability to depart Fisher, Junior MYF counselors, M-r.: 1'. W. Cunningham present-
The Pahokee ChurchOf
..-. from evil and do good will be and :Mr. and Mrs. Vance Denton. ing the program, "New Frontiersin
The Nazarene set forth at Christian Science services -I I Following the hamburger fry, Mr. Home Missions. Mrs. R. F.
First Baptist Sunday. o. 1 and Mrs. Fisher took the young Hurt, president, will wreside.
Church Pahokee Rev. Max D. Jones, Pastor I A number of experiences of Jacob people on a 40-mile hay ride. En- -
433 Bacom Point Rd. are included in the readings route home, they stopped at the I I' :Mr. and Mrs. Ja k Verhulst
SUNDAY Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 from the Bible and from "Scienceand new county park on SR 715 and spent Saturday night in Wauchula
9:45-Sunday School. SUNDAY SERVICES: Health with Key to the Scrip- toasted marshmallows. I'visiting her father, J. C. Phillips.
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School !
11:00-Morning Worship
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6:15-Training Union 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship ,
6:30 m.-Juniors 'ir 1tYi(
7:30-Evening Worship -
WEDNESDAY 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening
Evangelistic Service :rfi:
7:30-Prayer Service'Canal
rs* 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer
Point'Baptist meeting .
"Where you are a stranger but I
Church once." Phone 511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade ;! '
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Canal Point First :

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

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship R. E. Barfield ____
WEDNESDAY: SUNDAY: v&&w&&y 2&&&$ I I
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School .
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11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
7:00 p m.-B.T. C.
Church Of God, 8:00: p. m.-EvenIng Worship /
Barfield HighwayT "

Pahokee-, .Fla.J. : s 7:30 p.Service m.-Midweek Prayer I : t, still the biggest
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS:
W. Hughes, Minister r 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary
Phone 924-3736 Meeting.St..Mary's. '
: ... :' PE N NY
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Catholic r, '
11:00 a."m-.Iornlng.'Worship .. ,-v S 3f> _
7:30 p. m.-Evangelistie' Ser- ChurchFather 'I-

viceTUESDAY: Francis Fennech, Pastor in the

7:SO,p. m. Prayer Service Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m.
THURSDAY: Confessions before Mass Nf'Farm
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ
Service Nativity
Episcopal ChurchPahokee :

St. Peter's, Lutheran yltlllJp J

Church, Belle Glade Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar '
August Koerber, Pastor' 10 a..m.-Sunday School
601 W. Lake Rd.. Belle Glade 11:00 a. Worship Service \ l
SUNDAY: .. .,
School 9:45 A' M.

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I WANTEDtu J D1I I 4 s .

J j Stop and think. Practically everything
I ? has gone up in cost. Inflation.f.
EXPERIENCED FIELD Yet the average price paid per KWH for .
FPL electricity is actually lower now
FOREMAN FOR than 10 years ago. Cheap electricity
s J j l\ handles scores of chores and the .
more you use it, the more you benefit.In .
Sugar Cane 'Harvest countless ways, electricity helps

of p1 "L1 make YOUR farm more profitable
your home more comfortable

See Luis De Armas or your leisure more enjoyable.

Bob Beardsley


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317 West.Sugarland HighwayP. -YMtOtIardtA ftameless.IT'S L '

.. Box 1148 ,Clewiston, Fla.

Phone "S- 3814rYU32401) I 'FtQ'RI-DA ;POWER & 'LIG'HT: 'COMPANYHELPING :. : .'JO


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U i; day, November 2. 1CC2 The Everglades News, Canal Point, .Florid Page Sever I

Ben Sundy Seeking 1I I Final Plans For Bridal Shower For Senator Holland To j' Miss Sandy Pierce

Kincaid WeddingFinal Betty Jan: Clark: Dedicate Cottage At Has Birthday PartyMiss

Return To Board Boys Ranch Nov. 4th -
plans have been announced The home of Mrs..J. E. Williamson Sandy Pierce was honoredon
for the wedding of :Miss Shirley Bacom Point Road, Pahokee LIVE OAK-U. S. Senator Spes- the fourteenth anniversary of

? County Commissioner Ben Sun- Ann Kincaid and Edwin Lee Wag- was the scene, Monday evening; of sard Holland will dedicate the new her birthday with a party given by
dy, Delray Beach, today said the non a double ring ceremony, to a bridal shower honoring Miss Annie Barron Pentland Memorial
her mother,Mrs. Olla Vene Weeks,
has no plans for appearing on a take place at St. Mary's Church in Betty Jean Clark, bride-elect of Cottage at the Florida Sheriffs
television program either with or Pahokee, Saturday, November 10, j 1 I Airman 1-C John H. Gandy. Boys Ranch Nov. 4. last Saturday night at the Paho

without his campaign opponent. at 3 p. m. I The refreshment table was laid The cottage will house 18 boys kee Woman's Club Building.A .
l His Republican opponent had Miss Kincaid has chosen as at- with a cloth of white embroidered and bring the ranch's capacity up motif of red and white was
I invited Sundy to share time be- tendants, :Mrs. Sheppard Pitts, I linen over pink; and centered with to 58. Robert Pentland of Miami used for decorating and dancingwas
fore TV cameras to argue about Jr. of Belle Glade as matron of I an arrangement of pink carnations donated the structure which is to enjoyed by some 60 membersof
county affairs.In honor and Miss Eva Gail Guthrie/ I pink roses and green bellsof be named for his late mother. the "sub-deb" set. The honoree
a letter to his opposition, of Miami to be her bridesmaid.Kim Ireland. The punch bowl and Long range plans for the Boys; received many lovely gifts.
Sundy said he has limited campaign Kincaid of Orlando, a niece of other appointments were of Ranch call for the construction ofa Chaperones for the party were
funds and is not in a posi- the bride-elect will be flower girl. crystal. dining hall. One cottage, now Mr. and Mrs. Alton Mills, Mr. and
tion to..--pay-hte-share-of. suehaprogrzCrn. David"Simmons will .serve, as .1hs..J.L.-McCall presided at,the being--.used, as' a tern tHifY cunning Mrs. Phil Bonnell and Mrs. Louise
Neither Sundy said, best man for the groom. punch bowl and Mrs. Charles hall, wodid then be cdhvertfcd Angel .
would the let an opponent or any ':Ali 'rientiS 'Sf' {fie couiafe iri- roS wii hid c&alfJfS i of" {hem gHestbm 16' a residential butldmgl ?
one else, foot the bill. vlMa is ttir a' th\ recd8R' fdllowmg : .
Sun d' blfflrgetr 'Hl' opptJUeftf tire ceremony wwcr wits :among 'tne-iov y"presents-? Lynn Fisher HS&tjynn A;_= '
with making uninfqrmed state- 'be.-heldj the .social-haU of thePdtidge caved by the honoree was a port- r
ments as to the operat)3ti) of'eSdnly- Fiat, filptllt',bnilM ai able mixmastr,crt .
government and added ',ttia.t' tiff !4p. -m.,\where -the parents.#-the esses. ; o ( flUtV ,
felt his opponent, appalSHtly* 'so d3tld!eleotr'.tUia, Mrs* G.- >& I I. Those aislstjnsjfrrs.. Williams tFlSiier'' celebrated:: his

uninformed, was not in a positionto Kincaid, will be hosts. as hostesses w rl'rs..' Paul Rar- twejfth' birthday. .aiiKivfe kMry! at.p'arty a' rt ,
adequately.,discuss ,the county? .. .;.: ---- sliIh.._Mrs. M. P. Sapp, Mrs. Jim gen ftc1 by'' fats' mother: Mrs.Robeit ;'E ;.',
problems. "These wild statementsas I Gifford, Mrs. J. L. McCall, Mrs. F." s her;; at their l1hMe' oh 1
to the operation of the-,county;!. Miss.AmandvPitt'WtdIkt1 I J. .S. Atkins, Mrs. Russell Maxson, Bacom Point Road; lilt Wednes- SCHOOLSOPEN V
Sundy wrote7 "are evert 'dISproved & .;jiifi. Charles Brown' Mrs. L. D. day. Dancing acid :games were enjoyed -
i by members' of ypur} own party, II. Echols and _M!q; ;Qrady Echois.i ; during the evening by 24
I now serving bn the'll daFiThf1t )un- ;} C KiilitI : i classmates and friends. of the hon-
ty Commissibners." Belle GlaHfelOth- I oree" Mrs Fisher was also observing -
I "You cannot and would not be II I : I the anniversary of her birthday '
able to carr out all the promises:I i Miss Amanda Gretchen Pitts, I (Continued From Page 1) 'on the'' same daY
you have made and are iTiaRin'g'in:'{ Daughter.of Mr. and Mrs.' Earl D. going scoreless in their first three IAPPRECIATION'I ... Drive
order to attract the- voter's'. i interest I'PfitSOf tah6keev> c m the;bride. I games, the Eagles regrouped toI
," Sundy said. 1 Charles Kohr, son of Mrs. I j I I I win three straight before playing Many thanks to all who helped
Sundy said he is well aware of Fannie. Kohr of York, Pa. and the I I I a 6-6 tie at non-league Ft. Myers make my stay In St. Mary's Hos-
the problems in the development of late Charles _C. Kohr; in, a candle-I 1 last week, and this will be their pital, West Palm Beach, as pleas-
4 the county alia"conscious' of the light ceremony at the last'home tilt. The other big Ram ant as possible. All gifts, cards,
I availability of tax money to solve the Nazarene, Sunday' afternoon'-I I test will be the annual Thanksgiving visits and prayers are deeply ap-
these problems."In with: the pastor Rev. Eve visit to Pahokee. preciated.
this election," Sundy wrote officiating; before air altar decorated The Blue Devils also face a stern Ford Cochran.
his opponent, "I am campaigningon 'With baskets of mums, gladioli I test to retain thier runnerup position -
my record: in office and I am and ivy. on Friday's schedule when
sure my honesty and integrity I Billy Ray Mosley vocalist, sang: I l they visit rested Seacrest, defend-
cannot be debated in the negativeby "Because" and "Whither Thou ing champs and 3-2-1 over-all. ;
you." Goest", accompanied by Miss Also F'riday Stuart calls on Forest
Jann Plumer organist, who played Hill and deflated Lake Worth tripsto

Free Orange.Juice traditional wedding selections. Clewiston: In non-league action
I Given in marriage by-her'father, Vero'goes to winless Riviera Beach
i Drawing Tourists the bride was lovely in a white and St. Ann's is at Palm Beach.

satin gown featuring a sweetheart Tom Close at quarterback scor- s car
\ TALLAHASSEE Of all the neckline embroidered with sequins, ed once and sparked the Rams to 4
gimmicks used to promote Flor and fashioned with a skirt tiered the key victory as Lake Woorth ;
ida's tourist industry none has with Chantilly lace at the back,I I was virtually dropped from the
proved more successful than the ending in a chapel train. Her, veil 4 J f flag picture. Harold Peacock became -
t practice of serving free orange of French_ illusion was attached to No. 1 scorer in the .conference -
juice at one of the state's seven a crown of teardrop pearls, and I as he drove Pahokee to p
welcome stations.The she carried a bouquet of white 19-0 success at. punchiest Stuart.. I
first welcome station was I mums and gardenias centered with I Forest Hill spotted Riviera a
established in Nassau County on a white orchid and sprinkled with touchdown, then rallied for a I
U. S. Highway 17 in 1&9 under( the I ivy. Her only jewelry was a neck- I:12-6 win as Roy Johnson passedfor I
supervision of the State Road''De; lace, a gift'of'the'groom. one score and ran 31 yards for.

partment. It proved so successful MrS Earl Vann, sister of the :ihe winner; Out of the loop, Clew-
that six other stations have been bride and matron of honor, wore a iston crushed LaSalle of Miami > w i .t
constructed during the intervening gown of royal blue satin brocade;I'I 5* :b* aha Palm Beach beat St.
years. with matching headpiece and Thomas Aquinas'2S-Q while Vero H*4: .
All welcome stations are now shoes, and she carried a bouquet of I I I bow& '14.0'at 'Orlando Edgewater.
operated by the Florida Develop: bronze and yellow mums and ivy. Peacbck's 49 points scored tops 1I 1
ment Coipmission which is in Bridesmaids were Miss Betty runnerup': Dan Gibson of Seacrest'
charge of: promoting tourism Hughson of'Delray Beach:and :Miss with".4&:' Next comes Close at 3$, I .. 5. V, V -rye
John Ward, manager of the wel- Paula Todd of West Palm Beach, Fred :Mayer 'of'Lake Worth at 3 6, I
come stations, says 148,062 per cousins' of the' bride; Misis. Chanda I I and DiM Dills of Belle' Glide and .
sons were served 'orange'juice dur- Peer of York, niece of the bridegroom -5 t! Ernie Russakis of Ft. Pierce at 26

ing July of this year. These visit and Miss Ladelle Slaughter. each, with four other players'hav- Just the word.- '
ors arrived in 41,435 vehicles and They wore dresses identical to thatof ing IS each. say .
consumed 5,157 gallons of concentrated the matron of honor. Their W L T Pet.Belle V !
.. ,
orange juice. bouquets were of yellow mums and Glade 500 1.000 -
Ward also points out that the I ivy.Ann ,I, W'ok'ee' 5 1 a' .$!!': and suddenly you re saving I
welcome stations are important in and Jan Mosley, twin cousins : Seacrest 311 .750 .
helping to compile statistics need- of the bride, s served 'as- flower, Ft. Pierce 321 ,583
ed in the promotion of tourism girls. They wore dresses of white ;Forest Hill uU'_ 330 .500 :
"The welcome stations help us brocade and their headpieces were .Lake Worth 220 .500
; I
estimate how many tourists are I'fashioned of yellow mums. Jim-' Stuart 230 ..400 JOaN' THE l PAYROLL SAVINGS PLAN'
visiting the state, their destina- my Pilcher was ring bearer. Clewiston 0 5 0 .QOO
tion, why they chose Florida for Robert Kohr of York, Pa. was'I Riviera Beach 6' 6 0 .000
their vacation, what they like his brother's best man. Ushers WHERE YOU WORK V I
about the state and suggested improvements -, were Mead Maxwell, cousin of the
I Weeki Wachee Is
and Murlen Peer
Ward explains.The bride; Brondell '
It takes onlyseven'little words to start'you on a
_,frozen juice is purchasedfrom nephews of the bridegroom and Inviting'Residents
program of automatic sav-i-n!$ "Put me on the
Florida distributors and serv- II Herbert Boggs: '"
To See Mermaids
Payroll pavings Plan What's more, you don'thave
ed from a bubbling fountain in Mrs. Pitts, mother of the bride,
to far to them Just them to
'-' go say say your-
paper cups at the average cost of chose for' her daughter's wedding; BROOKSVELLE-Florida residents -
employer He'll! do all the work: set aside the
I two and one half cents per cup. a dress of turquoise lace with may be the guests of the amount you choose from your check and deliver
matching accessories, ah'd( she of Weeki Wachee
management your Bonds when you've accumulated enough fora
wore-$ yellow orchid. The motherof West Coast tourist attraction tow1thesa' purchase.
the groom wore beige lace-with the new underwater
brown accessories and her corsagewas "The show" The Bonds'you-buy now_ pay 3/,% interest to
Mermaids and the Pirates.
maturity-and keep earning for 10 years after
purple orchid. .
a : Id
Any n 1ficati n' of Florida'
A reception was held in the garden residency'will entitle Floridians toadmission maturity.So .
at the- home'of'thfe bride's parents I to any performance" ;say the word. Sign up now '
on Bacom Point Road, im- during the entire month of November Bonds regularly where } -

mediately following the ceremony. for a small service charge. you work through the Payroll ,
.' Those assisting were Mrs. Leo Theme of the new show which Savings Plan. ; '
I : Maxwell, cousin of the bride; Mrs. will be shown throughout the coming .
1wem'.M :Mary Peer, sister of the bride- winter tourist season has been I
groom and Miss Maxine Jones. built around Florida's pirate his
You save more than with
-- For traveling the bride chose a tory. It was professionally choreographed !
red wool suit with black accessories by Jack and Marilyn
and she wore the white orchid Nagle ofYi mi. =:U.S. Bonds
from her bouquet. Following a- Weeki Wachee is located about : I
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Florida honeymoon, the couple will 60 miles north of I
Tampa and St. ''
.1Ye_ ..... '1' L.J. Government does Hot JK1.lIltW thif at ...::
make their home at 2179-A Bacom =:
Petersburg-at the Junction of U. S. i The Treasury Department thanks, for their ;
..I..UA.. ..rsvi .";';':; Point Road, Pahokee. highway 19 and state road 50. '. donation, The Advertising Council andr. ;



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Page Eght. The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday November 2. 1962 ,
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Coop Sugar Mill over a half million on housing for j WSCS STUDY PLANNEDMrs. JUNIOR CATTLEMEN 1 1I j DINNER GUESTS

the employees and the annual pay- I j .'John Hatton, secretary of I[ There will be a meeting of the .I Mr. and Mrs J. D. Latham had I

(3Continued From Page 1) roll will amount to 2700000.00, missionary education of the Pa- I Junior Cattlemen's Association, I Ij ,I as dinner guests, Saturday night

aUve and they will have a twelve I which does not include the profits. hokee WSCS, has announced that I" Monday night, November 5th, at their son and daughter-in-law, Mr.

and, a half million dollar invest- District Governor Marlin Bru- !'I;. study will ba held Tuesday night 7:30 p. m. at the Vocatonal Agri- !* and Mrs. James D. Latham, Jr. f!

ment when the mill is complete.Of .'I baker of Cocoa Beach was a guest j November 6, at 8 p. m. at the cultural Building, Pahokee High and daughter, Sheila, of Cocoa ''
this amount, twenty five per of the Club. He held a short busi-I! church. The topic for study is I School. The topic: will be Mineralsfor Beach, and their son-in-law and ,J I

cent was raised and furnished by ness meeting with the officers and I I "Rim of Asia." II Livestock. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Audie '

the members. They will have 250 directors following the luncheon. --"W ._ Hooks and daughter, Jonell, ofClewistor \
Billy Boe was the of student .
guest -
people working who will be classedas I VISIT HIS PARENTS I !!r!'. Dovla Branyor of Melbourne i
member, Mike Watkins. .
agricultural workers, 1200 field Pvt. William M. Johnson, Jr. is the guest of her parents. I e i t I
workers, and 150 employees inside I. arrived October 25, from Camp I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross. Mr.j I| Miss Alice Elaine Hurt of Miami ,

the mill. One hundred workers will Mrs. Hattie Kilpatrick who had LeJeune, North Carolina, to spenda Cross was a patient for several I and Miss Patty Joiner of Punta '!
have "year round' employment.Mr. been the guest of Miss Lulu Bar- 20-day leave with his parents, days in Everglades Memorial Hos- Gorda, spent the weekend here ,

Lee stated further that the field, returned to her home at Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Johnson, Sr. pital but was able to return to his with Miss Hurt's parents, Mr. and
Cooperative is planning to spend Christmas, last week. I I I on East Main Street. home Wednesday. Mrs. R. F. Hurt. "


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