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The Everglades news
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Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
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November 9, 1962
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
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Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
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Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
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Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Under Called. To Georgia Palm Beach County I I Miss Heather Reed Palm Beach ComesTo

Account Of Death Heads Spanish ClubMiss

tract.Nov. 21 November 6 VoteU.S. Pahokee Tonite
) ; Mrs. Paul Watson and her Heather Reed was elected

r+ daughter, Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Jr., president of the Spanish Club of : r- :
; 1 Turnpike Authority will accept left Tuesday. for Register, Ga. SENATE Pahokee High School for the cur- A lot'joi i! 'water: has evaporated: .
where they. were called by the unexpected
bids on November 21 on two roadway Smathers (D) 33,193: rent school year. Other officers out qf Lake Okeechobee since Palm ; .
construction contracts total- death of Mrs. Watson'smother Rupert (R) _-.. ____ 20,246 elected were Miss Connie Single- Beach; High'Wildcats. played the .
ing 9.25 miles which will put the Mrs. Lavinia Anderson.Mrs. tory vice-president; Miss Mary Pahokee Clue Devils on the, grid-
Anderson in her
entire 155-mile turnpike extension passed away U. S. CONGRESSSixth Lee Adams secretary and Miss iron ii Pahokee. However, tonight
ti.. at the homeof
sleep Monday night,
under contract in less than one District Sharon Johnson treasurer. Meet- on Lair Field the county
t' year. a daughter. Mrs. Andersonwas Rogers (D) ._..-.._..__.._........... 36,278 ings will be held during the third scat bOys will do battle with the
The bid letting will be held 9:30 also a cousin of Mrs. J. H. Kibbe (CR) ....._........__.....................__ 19,018 week of each month. Mrs. Myrth youngsters Of Pahokee High. .
w a. m. in the Cherry. Plaza Hotel in Wilkinson-- Sr.,.Pahokee.- McCormick is faculty sponsor. The Blue Devils of Pahokee and -
' Orlando. RR AND PUBLIC UTILITY --- rain combined to dampen the Sea-

j First bids on the extension construction 4-H Club Leaders COMMISSION crest High 'School Homecoming
Lions New
I were accepted in December Group 2 Inspect festivities and title hopes with a

j 1961.- Two of the first Carter (D) ............_........__._._."....... 24,781 II 20-12 decision' in Suncoast Conference
three contracts have been completed Get RecognitionMrs. Foster (R) ..........._..._.__....._...._..... 25,351 Property Of ClubThe football action there last ;
r and will be officially acceptedby *, Friday night.

the Authority later in November A. R. Harrington, Mr. and STATE REPRESENTAITVEGroup Belle Glade's powerful grid.,.'
i according to Authority Chairman Mrs. Bruce Bitting and W. E. Mc- 1 Lions Club of Pahokee held I team remains unbeaten today -

j John M. Hammer. Call all of Canal Point, and Mrs.T. Thomas (D) ...."...._._._...._.............. 30,287 the regular luncheon meeting I but not urscored upon.
Hammer said the entire extension E. Pennington of Pahokee were Reich (R) ..........._._._..._......_.._..... 21,270 I Tuesday noon with the president, Fort Pierce's Dan McCarty High
I definitely will be completed among the 4-H Club leaders receiving Group 2 Kyle Scott, presiding.: No formal School saw to that Friday nightas
f and in use by January 1, 1964, and recognition at the second- Roberts (CD) _"'._'_---'r-''''' 27,127 program. was arranged as the directors they came up with Vast period
that the 102-mile portion between annual Recognition Dinner for Bebout (R) ....._...._._____....._. 23,230 and officers of the Club touchdown in .a 13-7 loss to the
t Orlando and Fort Pierce "probably Palm Beach County 4-H Club made a tour following the luncheon Rams.
1 will be opened to the public in the leaders held in the Mounts Building JUVENILE JUDGE of the newly purchased Youth The Rams, who now boast an
latter part of 1963." on Military Trail Saturday Newell (D) '_-'V----- 29,816 Center on East :Main Street, wherea 8-0 season record and 6-0 mark in
I Hammer announced that the extension evening. Mrs. Harrington has .served Guthridge (R) .__.. 21,973 business meeting was held. the Suncoast, now have only Riviera
construction was # It has been announced that Leon Pahokee betweenthem
f program as a leader for seven years; Mr. Beach and .
29 per cent complete an on sched- and Mrs. Bitting W. E. McCall and CRIMINAL COURT CLERK Spooner and his committee made and the, league crown. '
6 : Mrs. Pennington have each serv- Dunkle (D) .._._.____.._ 27,995 $31.50 on the "hayride" at the Hal- .
ed one year: A large number of Macaulay (R) _._. 21,242 loween Carnival. The total pro- .
ule.Knight '\ new '4-H leaders were.introduced.. ceeds were turned over to the Belle Glade Votes "
1 Raleigh ,Griffith, assistant coun- COUNTY COMMISSION Pahokee P. T. A. I
Ranch Sale ty agricultural agent, acting as District 2 The Club has also taken actionto
master of ceremonies, introducedthe Lytal (D) ..__._..._._....._...... 25,903 host the District Governor's I New)Hospital Bond
Runs $800,000 CashRealtor guest speaker. Dr. Emily King Miller (.D) ._....._.._._.._........... 1,966 cabinet meeting in late March or
state agent for Girls 4-H, Clubs District 4 early April 1963. I
who spoke on "The Basic Con- Sundy (CD) .._...__.._..___..._._.. 24,892 Guests were Rev. R. O. Baker, I Southwestern Palm Beach Coun
Thurmond Knight, of cept of 4-H Club work." Warren (R) ....____.___..... 26,681 Jr. of Cramerton N. C. and Rev. i ty will have a new 75-bed hospital
Riviera Beach, has announced the Mrs. Shay, hostess for McAr- Guthrie Chi ard. Roy Goodson was facility at Belle Glade, near the
,. closing recently of sale of a 4,640 thur Dairies was chairman of the SCHOOL BOARD the guest \Hf student member present 45-bed Belle Glade Memorial
acre ranch in Hendry County committee in charge of dinner ar- (District 1) Mike Walking
south of LaBelle. rangements. Bills (D) ..._....-.... 25,971 VFuneral \.. .. Hospital before many months
Seller was Asa Townsend a res- Bohle (R) ._._.__.._..._..._..._ 23,657 Plans forthe: proposed facility
to cost $2ooo.00nwith
Services :
ident of the area for 51 years who (District 3)) inclusion
", is moving his family to Australia. Prizes AwardedAt Turner (D) _...__._.... 24,824 the of anticipated

His three sons and their families Thorp (R) _..._.___.._._.._25,282 For W.i: C. Connally emphatically federal Hill -ratified Burton at funds a $1,200000 were,-
have preceded him and are already Local Carnival (District 5) election
operating a large ranch I Eassa (D) ....._..___..._... 24,366 bond Tuesday by freeholders .

there. :Mr. and Mrs. Townsend I Johnson (R) *.__*_.._.*.___..._..m 25,397 Services for William C. Connally Palm the Beach five-precinct County South-Public

with their daughter and soninlawwill I Mrs. Joe Cherry, chairman of 48, who died unexpectedly at his Hospital District. '
follow soon. the Halloween Carnival held at FXNJ COMMISSION home in Coral Gables Friday I A total: of 1.129 of the district's'-
The ranch was sold to A. Duda &: the Canal Point School October Stambaugh (D) 25.408 night, were held at Philbrick's. : freeholders; inthe. '
Sons of Oviedo Florida large that the Robinson (R) ......_...-- 24,053 1,907 participated t '
31, has announced pro- Coral Gables Chapel, Monday election Tuesday 971 voting.,,
vegetable farm operators of ceeds amount to $400.00. Follow- ernoon. Dr. Mathes pastor of att-j for and only 158 against.
Oviedo and Belle Glade. ing a parade on the school groundsat Granada Presbyterian .C h u r. II. 'County.: commissioners Wednesday .
;. This was an all cash transaction 6:30 p. m., a record crowd ofyoung conducted the services. Belle Glade's 971-
'r Junior Cattlemen .cefUf1 d. ..,
'.;' involving land and cattle for ,ap- and bId'enjoyed the fun-and was at :Miami.A for, 158-againat bond issue refer-

'proximately, $800,000.00. food in ,the festive atmosphere; native, of Cairo, Georgia Mr? endum;:pleading the way for construction -
'r .'" f : The teacher" and room mothersof Hear County AgentM. : Connally had lived in Coral Gables"for of the new hospital.
each grade sponsored a booth 37 years.. He was president of .
Scarce Beans Are at the Carnival. :Mrs. Alma Burr's Royal Tours of Coral Gables and I I .

first grade had dart games; Mrs. U. Mounts, County Agricul- a member of the Granada Presbyterian 1 : :
SR2t.Contracts To.
Brooks Henderson's second Grade tural Agent, was guest speaker at Church, Rotary Club, Executive -:
Sold At Good PriceBeans had "pound the nail" and ball toss; the meeting of the Junior Cattle- Club on Greater Miami and

Mrs. Mildred Larrick's third grade man's Association held, Monday Skol Club. BeJLetBy: August '.. .
had pony rides; Mrs. Billie Hud- night at the Vocational Agricul- Survivors include his wife.
in the upper Glades are dle's fourth grade, the country tural Building Pahokee High Hazel; two daughters Claudia and r .
scarce at this particular time and store; Mrs. Charlotte Walston's School with the president John Marcia; a son. Mike; his mother John. Monahari, member of the'
the price is rather good, so say fifth grade fish pond; Mrs. Al- i Causey, Jr., presiding. Mr. Mounts Mrs. Leona J. Connally and two State Road''Board, on' Monday of* s
the growers. The Pompano market I fred Kahn's sixth grade, cakewalk I spoke on the use of minerals for sisters Mrs. Mary Singletary of this weep informed County Commissioner -"
seems to be a little higher each I ;; Mrs. A. R. Harrington's live stock, and also discussed the Pahokee and Mrs. Ruth Chastainof 'Paul Rardin that present '
day than the Glades market and seventh grade candied apples, history of the use of minerals in Cairo. Ga. (formerly of Paho } plans call for having all of '. .
that is something hard to figure boiled peanuts and drinks.J. crop and livestock production.A kee). SR27 "under' contract from the
out so say producers and sales. T. Threlkeld's eighth grade report was given by Warren -. Hendry ,ci>Unly line to South Bay; '
presented a talent show in the Repper of Canal Point, a memberof AT FEDERATION MEETINGMrs. not later than August 1963. '.
men.During the week beans have school auditorium. There were five the local Association on his tripto C. :M. Todd, president of the At present one contract from'
been selling for $3.25 to $4.50 per acts in the show and Teddy Mc the FFA National Convention in Pahokee Woman's Club; Mrs. the ..Hendry county line to Bare"
hamper and on some of the same Call was master of ceremonies.The Kansas City, where he receivedthe Glenn Powell and Mrs. B. R. Mos- Beach 'is under way at a price of
days that they sold for this figure first act was a pantomine by F u t u r e Farmers highest ley attended the annual meeting of $140000000. Mr. Monahan said
here, the price was 50c better per I three girls, Gloria Hall Joan award, the American Farmer De- District 10 of the Florida Federa that another '$1,000,000 contractwill
hamper on the Pompano market. Parker and Maxine Trett. The tion of Women's.Clubs held at the be let for another four miles' :
Harvesters, Extenders and Wades second was a comedy act given by gree.Kent Price, assistant County Boynton Beach Woman's Club in March, 1963. and that the final
brought the aforementioned priceon Stephanie Gingery, entitled "Sip- Agricultural Agent, is adult advisr Wednesday. link.,of five miles will be put under
Monday of this week. ping Tea with Slurping Taylor." I for the group which includes in contract in August 1963. .
One salesman said that beans She was assisted in the skit by its membership boys from Bean Mr. and Mrs. James W. Beards- The construction of this stretch
were scarce and that he could Lotus Gray and Peggy Bitting. City north to Canal Point. Meet- ley of Clewiston were guests of of road comes.higher than 'a 1y'*
have sold many more had they The third was a pantomine by Peg- ings are held the first Monday her mother, Mrs. J. R. York in Pa- other in 'sq th'Florida, according;
been available. (Continued on Page 2) night of each month. hokee on Sunday. to SRD.records.

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I 'nge Taro _. ._ The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday November 9, 1962

A I Prize Awarded I r AUTimeHigkSet Farm Bureau Meet

For Savings Groups .
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.+ > gy Bitting and Brenda Ingram. ORLANDO Florida savings Scheduled Tampa
The fourth was a parody on Dr.
and loan associations set an all
Kildare and Dr. Casey entitled
"Dr. time high in savings increase for Six members of the EvergladesFarm
Kilmore and Ben Crazy"
the month of September as total Bureau will take part in the
It was written by Teddy McCall
I II savings went ahead by 56450000. 21st annual convention of the
and Ricky Holt. Those taking part
This.was $25 million over the pre- Florida Farm Bureau Federationin
were Teddy McCall as Dr. 'Kil-
vious highi which was recorded in Tampa.November 11-14.
more; Sonny Ursury as Ben
September! of 1959. The area delegation. to the four-
Dr. I-
I Crazy; Bobby Tucker as
Know-It-All; Ramon Zubizarretaas William D. Hussey, executivevice day meeting will be housed at the
president of the 122-member Hillsboro Hotel, convention head
the accident victim, and the
Florida & Loan .
Savings League quarters.Led
The Rardin BiiiMbir;In Canal Pointy, Florida nurses were Lotus Gray and Joan said the September increase by the Glades President
Parker.: The fifth act was a panto-
brought total savings in these Walter Kautz, the local group will
and Florida associations to over $3 play an important part far the
-receiving prizes.
billion deposited,by..some 1,422,000 formulation of Florida Farm
the merchants donatingthem
'litEEtiltftt kitES mm
: : were Kenny Hayes, prize,by; Boe.'s; account holders. Bureau policy for the coming year.:
I Fdr the first nine months of FFBF President
E. H. Finlayson.of.>
Serving the La3 e.Oklechotfee 1962 savings have increased by Greenville will preside over the
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years [ Point Dept. Store; Mrs. Dorothy
,$373.731,000 a record increase convention featuring such speakers -
Buchanan prize by Echol's Grocery -
Established March 11,.:1924, Published Every Friday according to Hussey. as Tom Anderson, publisher of
Mrs. Laverna Bryant, prize
S'ubscri. .|*lisa.. ---Prie- -- 1OO: Year In Ads I)Donated: ; by Canal Point Phar- FARM & RANCH Magazine-],

The.Everglades New Is Entered,at' the. Post OfficeIn : Tnacy;' Mrs. Marian Maxson, prize Deltona- New TownBy." of they columnr "straight!

C&nal P s tit FloridXas Second Class Matter ; by Sears Hardware; Skippy Lan-
..;... Delegates the
II ham, prize from Shell Service Sta- Mackle Brothers
Everglades will include A.: R. Har-
Paul RardinTurkel Owner Editor Publisher I
II tion; David Hitchcock, prize from '-
I I rington, Walter Kautz, Floyd
Big Lake Lumber Mrs, Dorothy DELAND .
Miami's Mackle
40; Mills with 32, Pt Pier e's Erickson, George Tucker, Jr., B.W .
Buchanan MacMillanOil
Eye.Game\. Ernie Russakis with 26, Seacrests* prize brothers, community builders witha : Weaver and Carl Waggoner.
Company; Lucky Botzler, prize
Larry Henderson with 24 and Pa- national reputation, have an- -. .

To. I D ckle. Pewiant K !hokee's Alberto :Morrell WLTPct.Bene with 19.. by and Sally Ben's Butler's.Barber Stanley Shop Products donated, nounced their latest development Senior Girl Scouts

for Florida
two prizes which were received by
Glade 600 1.000 Hold Work Session
Av R. Harrington and Skippy Lan- Deltona, a planned communitynear
For the ,sixth, successive season :Pahokee 6 1 0 .857 ham.. DeLand, and in the "golden

the Suncoast Conference's football Lake Worth 320. .600 The Halloween Carnival chairman triangle" area of Cape Canaveral The.Senior Girl Scouts of Mounted -

championship: will not, be decided Seacrest 321 .583 Mrs. Joe Cherry, wishes to growth was launched officiallyNov. Troop 38 met at the Johnson

until the campaign's. final.week Forest Hill 430 .571 thank all the parents, merchantsand 1.When. Clinic Monday night and held a

This time,. contrary, to preseason 'Ft. Pierce 331 .500 friends who assisted in any Deltona reaches its ulti- work session. The Scouts made approximately -

expectations, the renewal of Stuart 240 .333 way toward making the Carnivala mate size 10 years from now it one hundred name
the Pahokee Belle Glade arcH-riv- Clewiston 060 .000 I success. will represent a total investmentof tags to be used at the district

alry on Thanksgiving Eve will decide Riviera Beach 060 .000 some $400 million. This will include meeting in Belle Glade.
the pennant. Lake Worth and land development of the 15- Miss Julia Johnson is presidentof

Seacrest, who won the past two WSCS Hears Two I Sod Busters Met 000 acres, roads construction of the Troop. Mrs. Ethel Johnson,
years''races, were the '62 favorites, some 25,000 homes and a full rangeof troop leader, was in charge of the
P. M.
but both are out of the flag contention Wednesday community facilities. meeting.

with the race now in its Speakers
final month. Vero Beach had the I I The Sod Busters Garden Club
'56 pennant locked up before its met Wed. at the home of Mrs. ,: JI

windup game that fall, but ever J. R. York and Mrs. D. W. George H. Tucker, Jr. on Bacom .

since then it's been no decision Cunningham were speakers at the Point Road, with the president

until those final games. meeting of the Pahokee Woman's I Mrs. Ray Hatton presiding.Mrs. Cattle Sales
The two leaders.have their ninth I'Society of Christian Service, Mon- Cletis Hand was in charge '
games of the fall on a six-game day evening, with the president, 'of making the Thanksgiving cornucopias -
Suncoast card this :;Mrs. R. T. which members are con fAre
Friday;, night, Hurt, presiding regularly held, at the Glades. Livestock. Market 1
and then rest until their finals )Under the topic "New Frontiers in structing of palm fronds.
Belle Glade; winner- ofeight Home. Missions", Mrs. York spoke Guests were Mrs. Hoffman of which is owned and operated by more than 120 r

straight will'play its sixth,and;last I on the phase "Home Missions" I Punta Gorda and Mrs. Ruby Tucker Florida Cattlemen.

home game entertaining; hapless I which she made very real and ,of Canal Point. .
You'll enjoy the excellent service you: receive here :',
Riviera Beach which' had lost eight Mrs. Cunningham gave a timely I
straight and* faces precious little !'report on "Are. the Needs of Mig- VISIT YOUNG McINTYREMrs. at this Market. We make an effort at all give L-

chance of ending that horrendous 1 rants Being Met?" J. T. Platt and daughter, an outstanding. service to buyer; and seller., Give us ;

string. Pahokee will host Palm Mrs. William Casto. vicepresident Miss Judy, and Mrs. J. E. Williamsand a trial. !

Beach in a non-league encounter. showed a filmstrip on the daughter, Miss Velma, visited {
Pahokee is 71.over. all compared #j'"World Federation of Methodist Mrs. Platt's nephew, Peter McIntyre : : : : : : : :1 : : : : : : : i

to/ the Wildcats' 4-4. Assuming I Women" demonstrating the work I HI, at Hendry County Hos- ;r
Belle Glade wins, Pahokee' can do done by Methodist Women in the pital in Clewiston, Saturday. Peter SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. nu ,

no better than a title tie by. win different countries of the world.A I is recovering from injuries received -

ning' that Nov. 21 finale.. statuette of the "Praying in an automobile accident

The other three, conference Hands" was presented to the I Halloween evening. Glades Livestock Market :
games Friday all look like pure 1 WSCS by the spiritual life chair- -. ifc

tossups. Ft. Pierce wilL invade I man, Mrs. J: G. Thomas Jr She ATTEND CONVENTIONRev.

Lake.Worth, and.the,improvement I announced that 45.60 was received and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard ASSOCIATION ;

showwn by the Eagles .kes them !' during:, the week, of Prayer and will attend the Baptist State Con- On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road ;

a good match for the hosts..Stuart: ::Self-Denial in October. She also vention of Florida at the First Phone, WY 6.3028George Young,. Manager .
visits: Clewiston with both aiming; I lannouncced that the third annual Baptist Church of Dayona Beach,
to end long'loss streaks. Clewistonhas .Spiritual Life Retreat will be held November 1215. \

dropped six 'straight ihi the ,:at the Howard Johnson Motel in I .. -

league, while- Stuart Has.lost' five Lake Worth on November 2425. 7
successive- times aft starting, Reservations should be in by No-
with. two victories. Seacrest-calls: tvember-1.7. -

on Forest Hilli The paixr ace*virt- 'It was announced that the study

1hallyf'tie Y in the standings BQw..:so course "Rim of Asia" would be

fourth place> th l&tanner oa I I presented at the church by Mrs. EVERGLADESFEDERALHIt

to Seacrest they tie; Yew:-Baach !John Hatton on Nov. 6 and Nov. )
hosts Tituaville in! another I noftirleagueconftest. 13.

.., i I The Society voted to promote I :
Belle Glade. finally surrendered the Christmas party for the Happy -

H Pierced scora Roy last ,,Shank Friday returned? 'when : t Mrs.Helpers Milton group Salvatore of children.urged Pays 4 % On Your Savings i ii

kickoff after the Rama: win Ft.1' I members to place orders for .

touchdown 85 yds. for at' : ;Christmas S cards by November 15. ,

pointer. but the Rams.woa..135-T Rev. T. C. O'Steen announcedthat
Your local institution the highest rate of interest earnings of any
scores by Tom Close and the dinner for the District pays .
Mills. The Rams had gone sevensuccessive Church Extension Program for the
Federal in Florida. You'll earn more here if you invest your savings with us. a
games with; u ailBiirtng. -. Glades area will be held Wednesday -
: Its foes to. score. ihaioitfee. ..' Nov. 14, at the' Pahokee
t 1ncli 'second place_wiibra f bom. *' Methodist' Church Then, too, it is here and ready for you any need_it. Always in safe
lack *12" success ftsf ier The :Miriam Circle won the at-

Hal Peacock scored a touchdown-.. tendance pin .for having- the most hands with accounts insured up r-,to$10,000with.. an agencyof- the. Federal. '.. t ,'
and:! passed for two more. members present.

Lake Worth, rebound with! Mrs. M. P, Holman. program government. _
Fred, Mayer scoring itt;po&iti:! lo .chairman of the Simonson-Lair tI.

.- 28-0 of host'C$et&ston. Circle, the closing
pace a rout 'I gave .. prayer MHIHHI. HMIHIHUmt. i
Sophomore Jim McCrasr scbred- I. .
three times to.lead:k!orfjlftaa; MOVING TO PAHOKEE .
26-0 romp over'guest Stuart+WmCi Mn and Mrs. Bob Meyer are I .
the Falcons' from Miami to Pahokee, EVERGLADES FEDERALSavings :
couldn't get beyond ? .. .
21. Vero, whipped RJvtet 34. =l this week. They' will be at homeat ,
and: Palm Beach declsion&f Cardinal 1821 East Main Street. :Mr. And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS }

Newman 26-6 in. nazi-confer- Meyer will be associated with .
the Pahokee airport.
.. once play.heaoock. .T" Frank' Belk at -

added to his lead:as the I Il00 : 40 S. \\. AVENUE, "B" BELLE GLADE PHONE. .. WY62067I ,'.'
now- with 551'Next :' J
1'e top scorer : .
: : comes Seacrest's..n Gibson 1 I CLASSIFIED ADS PAY ..
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-at 48,. Close with 42, ,Mayer'wlth .BIG DIVIDENDS' jL"

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; "r--p: [ tRSO-N.A---NEW-S..N.O.TEs'.I, [ I_ : I I HAY TO FEVER'S SNEEZE NOTHING,. .AT. -.. ;

:Mrs. Joe Merrill Bowman of Mrs. H. J. Anderson returned to,I

Quitman. Ga. arrived Thursdayand her home on Bacom Point Road in t p -
is the house guest of her Pahokee Sunday, after spending I_ MZJ 1KG.ftAm'l I'mt'AU1arr RN.fNFEZI.f6 I .

brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and several days in St. Mary's Hos- I lIPtW 4J M'P TXEI'W

Irs. M. P. Stanley on Bacom Point pital, West Palm Beach. I or 7J/E"RAr1EJR ( '
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Road.J. N' w/u.sav8t
Mrs. L. M. Mullis and daughter 1 HE iPtNT El.4tb6oruoLv4r. -- I ., -

V. Thomas, Sr. and' Mint r Karen, are expected to return to j; I V 7 PY JN4'TIO :i .

. Collins were visitors in Lakelandon Pahokee;> this weekend from Bos- l; wvps 1

, Tuesday. ton, Mass. where Karen was treat- tMbEr4 ;
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4C' t
ed successfully at Children's Hos ,
Inmah Weeks re- f
Mr. and Mrs.

turned Friday after spending five pital.Mrs. I I't:

weeks ,on their farm at Cleveland, Clarence Maxwell i ip recovering I ,

Tennessee. ,satisfactorily at St.1, ,

Mary's Hospital in West Palm I
Mrs. R. B. Chastain and daughter -
. ; Beach after undergoing surgeryon fi>
Debbie, of Miami,. were guests Wednesday. k

Sunday of her parents, Mr. and CARLEY JEAN BRACEWELL

} Mrs. J. T. Platt. Miss Sue Brower of West Palm

Beach spent the weekend with her Carley Bracewell To ONE IN rtV4'N7Y i ii t
Mr. Mrs. E. S. Parnell spent
and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Brower. ,441Ee/a4vJ'cfwr6W .ew

Sunday in Lakeland visiting, their Wed W. M. MackeyMr. )I HAY F JJPAm lrAfGY

BOn Gene, who is a student at r T i A'MW91 YL6PA6KiEED

Florida Southern College and Mrs. cib'erson I and Mrs. Earl F. Bracewell J'I4 Y M'.PEif'aIf/f -
Shirley To P/ # ,WlIrfSUTi7I1WE
Dan !Sherman.Miss v : of 691 East 7th Street in Paho- 6PSG
u.r4cw/Auai P 6
Wed James LowePlans ,kee announce the engagement and "
Jane McClure of Fort I i.- Jh'OA; aJPEA7J' ADtGF'EyAY
Lauderdale spent Sunday with her l approaching marriage of their kuw4-'rr c'

daughter, Carley Jean, to William 7D AUf/.9TLryf'frstfELI'
parents Mr. and Mrs. O. 'B. McClure have been announced for

at their home on Bacom the wedding of Miss Shirley Alyne : Maurice Mackey, son of Mr. and ,ts'/hlGVArI'tTtJ 71/EPOLl tlJrEf trlblE:

Point"Road. Culberson and James Lowe which i Mrs. Robert B. ,Mackey of Paho

will take place at the home of her kee.The
MJ-s.>Frank A. Huguelet who has couple graduated from Pa-
parents, Mr. and Mrs.' A. E. Cul I

been'the house guest of her broth- berson, 640 Bacom Point Road,. hokee High School in 1960. ...

er-in-law sister ,Mr. And, Mrs.J. The bride-elect is of ...
and Pahokee, on Sunday, November 11, a graduate I
W.;,,Vann, returned to her homeat at 4 p. m. with Rev. Robert A. Jones Business College in Orlandoand 1 HAY RV l V1t1iAlI

Portsmouth, Va. on',Saturday. Shelley performing the ceremony.For is presently employed by a I Jt7l-J ER 7JYEAa'? ,
LJ/r'C4IIriPd Ort7 /.zli'HeAOAGW6r ;
Canal Point is her attendants Miss Cul- local doctor. I ca z'CaG
W. S. Cross of ,
in berson has chosen Mrs. S. M. Pitts, Mr. Mackey is employed by s aq F/A/P IQEIEFlit'
a patient at St. Mary's Hospital in Pa-
week for Jr. of Belle Glade, as matron of Equipment Company FA7c-revW
West Palm Beach this II '
honor, and her nieces, Debbie CUl- hokee. /EQF/11EDIEi'SGCrf/Rl';
examination and tests. ac /JR/AI. HA flIttJ4t :
The wedding will be December
berson and Beverly Woods, as jun- ,
Al71'/J"8RE",lUQAr'R06R6.r /
Mrs. Doris Garrett of West i ior bridesmaids.Bill I i i 29. :.. I /AI CtWI'tI&WAltterGy '

Palm Beach spent the weekend Drew of Lake Worth will !I I / Pfl28uI a.<:

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. serve as best man 'for the Betty Jean Clark A1F4t11;$ft; YOU CDl1L0OJ'Z5 ,

Ray Singletary. and ushers will be Edward groom'l'I I J rc.9/TI /
To Wed J. H. GandyThe
son, brother of the bride I l. -..--
Mr. and Mrs. J. 'L. Humphrey, _

Sr., had as their guests, last Sun- Junior Woods, brotheMn-law of marriage of Miss Betty

the bride. Jean Clark of Pelican Lake to Air- I
and Mrs. L. W. Sandersof
Mrs. Hugh Branch will be soloist man 1-C John H. Gandy, currently Ballet Lessons
Miami. Miss Sandra Lampi, a student at
and, will be accompanied by Miss of Marquette, Michigan, will take
Made AvailablePahokee
Dottie Lair. Miss Jones will the University of Miami, will
Mrs. Arch Blakey returned Sun- Myra place at the Canal Point Baptist
this weekend in Pahokee
day from Arapaho, Oklahoma, present a program of traditional Church on Friday, November 16, ;
residents with her Mr. and Mrs. R.
were given a parents
where she visited her mother, Mrs. wedding music. at 7:30 m., according to wed-
I p.
I treat Sunday afternoon when the O. Lampi. Miss Lampi has been
No invitations sent
Nellie Naylor and also her brother, are being ding plans announced by,the bride-
1 Imperial Studios of Ballet of Palm for in Tau '.:
tapped membership ,
locally but all friends of the
Sam Naylor, and his daughter, elect. Rev. Robert A. Shelley will
Beach presented demonstration Beta Sigma, the band women's .-i!;
Earl Cross both of Oregon couple are invited to both the wed- : ,
Mrs.: officiate at they double ring, cere- I '.
ding and reception. ; tor.the.pu1J1 the Woman's Club honorary society. High scholastic
who were guests there. mony.'
Building. Miss Linda,Hand, daughter requirements have to, be met be-
Miss Clark has chosen for her I
Charles R. Singletary who is associated of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Handof fore a student is eligible for tap
TAKEN TO HOSPITALMrs. attendants Miss Sylvia (Pat)
with National Airlines at Pahokee and one of the instructors ping in this society.CLASSIFIED .
Robert Walker who was Gandy, maid of honor, ; Mrs. Pat ..
Jacksonville, spent Sunday night at the Studios assistedin
,taken to Good Samaritan Hospitalin Orlando, matron of honor, and
here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. putting on the show. ADS PAY
West Palm Beach Saturday,Miss Velma Williams, bridesmaid.
Ray Singletary.Mrs. Ted Kneeland, owner of the BIG DIVIDENDS'
night, has responded to treatmentand i I Charles Brown of Pahokee will
Studios, had charge of the pro- -
W. M. DuBose will leave expects to return to her home serve as best man. Ushers will be I -:
gram. Other assisting were the I
today (Friday) to spend the week- here Friday.IN Lewell Hughes and Herman Clark, business manager, Frank Martin;

end with her husband'in Jackson- brother of the brideelect.The I Classified Ads
two additional instructors, Mrs.
accompanied! THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE of music
ville. She will be as program nuptial

far as Daytona, Beach by Mrs. E. FLORIDA IN AND FOR PALM will be presented by ,Mrs. Robert eleven students and Donna Rae t I FOR SALE: New and used Willya
D. Sims who will visit.' relatives BEACH COUNTYIN Arrieta, vocalist and Miss Myra I
CHANCERY 62-C-2305-D I Martin who is with the American Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn

there.IN LESLIE SMITH.. : Jones, pianist.The Ballet Company in New York City. Belle Glade Phone 3058.
Plaintiff : reception will be held in the
-va- : J Miss Hand will represent Imperial Oct. 17-54-cn.

THE CIRCUIT COURT .OF THE ANNIE BELL SMITH : social hall of the. church.. Studios in this area and lessonsare
to begin on Saturday, Novem-
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR PALM NOTICE OF SUIT have rooms for rent and rooming
BEACH COUNTYIN TO: ANNIE BELL SMITH Shower In Honor ber 17.Ladora.
houses for rent. A small ad
W. J. ADAMS and D. A. ADAMS : You are hereby notified that Leslie Betty Jean ClarkMiss .. here might turn the trick. Why not
Plaintiffs Smith has filed a Bill of Complaint
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-vs- against you for divorce. and you are I Crosby Is try it? It is a small cost-51.00 a

ALL PERSONS: CLAIMING ANY : required to serve a copy of your answer Betty Jean Clark bride- week.
ESTATE RIGHT. TITLE OR.IN. : to'the complaint on plaintiff's Attorney elect of Airman John H. Gandy, Married In Georgia
TEREST OR LIEN UPON THE : Thatfd Whidden. P. O. Box 705. I FOB RENT. A furnished 2BR
SEAL PROPERTY WEKSBt DE- Pahokee. Florida and, file the.original was honored at a linen-lingerie 1
... SGRZBBD3 OR ANY PAl D' '" : I an&Wer'ltithe,,office of;the-Clerk-of the shower at the Jxome of .Mrs., ,Pat :Mtv trod Wrs. Raymond O. Crosby > CBS douse on St. Lude Canal at t",
Circuit Court of'Palm:Beach County '
t5 : Phone 924 5584.
Defejftants .. West Palm-Beachr Florida,.,pa- or be- Orlando, 430 Cypress Ave., Paho of Pahokee ann nce the'mirJrriajf : Mayaca.' .

.; TO APKAB. ltd> ;tb.rah dayY'of'December?1962 If kee,.Thursday evening;? .,.-,7"[ of their JLadora jr I'pct5tfGOTTAj'A !
daughter, ; :
TO QUIET TITLE I I p0t14do s0.:jyudgznent'by default? The' ibiorlnotlff' :'lavenfletand \. ;: ; f
THE STATE OP FLORIDA.. TO: w1tl E 4a1enaganst; you for the relief to John Wesley Mj2 errisbit O(tIcUMt. ROOM forfjjrent? A m'

ALL PERSONS CLAIMING ANY demsrldlltt. th--comblatnt.. white and table deco ration ]| B. J. Miller of Belle small ad in this column! will get
BOATED"UlU 7tS" dl.J'of November
ESTATE.! ';RIGHT. 'TITLE, OB INTEREST feat a' dMatui 1 ride "
IN. OR LIEN UPON. THE 1962. : Glade, on Sunday, November. 4, at the'job one. It only cost :;a dollar. 11.
REAL PROPERTY HERKtN!: DE- 'i "i.J. ALEX ,.ARNSTTE Mrs. Louis Mims presided at the,I Kingston.Ga. <#> .'j Gaff 9242661. .
SCRIBED OR ANY PART THEREOF. -- Clerk of the"Circuit Court punch'bowlandMCaileyBracewell :.I
Defendants. Greetings: I (Circuit Court Seal) The bride is a graduate of Paho-
You are hereby notified that a proceeding ; By Thaddle P. Plant was in charge of the guest kee High School and is employedin FOR SALE: Several 2 and 3 bed-

.tQ quiet title has been broughtIn Deputy'Clerk book. room homes for sale and 3 business
office of the Department -
the Circuit Court for Palm Beach Publish November 9. 16. 23 30. 1962 the Experiment '
County Florida against all persons Thadd Whidden Hostesses with Mrs. Orlando of the US Sugar Com- buildings. All reasonable

glatming any estate. right,',title or Interest Attorney for Plaintiff were Miss Myra Jones Miss Carley at priced. Some bargains. See or call
P. O. Box 705 pany Bryant.
lien the following
In. or upon.
described real property u'aitu..te1:1 Pahokee. Florida- Bracewell, Miss Olga Sheffield, The groom is a graduate of Dan Carpenter Realtor 924-7156 .

Palm Beach County. Florida,,to-wit: Miss Shirley Culberson Miss Vel- Belle Glade High School, attended or 924-7235. Oct. 26 2tc
The Northwest Quarter (NW\ ) of
ma Williams, Mrs. Ann ThIgpen,
the Southwest Quarter (SWK) of Florida Southern College, Lake- WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIR.
the Southeast Quarter' (SEor Mrs. Louis Mims and. Mrs. Dola
land, and Murray State College,
Section 9. Township 46 South. Beede. Bulova watches. Radios, Watch
Range 36 East containing- 10 acres Murray, Kentucky. He served one bands. Clocks. Fishing and hunting
more or less. The honoree was presented witha and a half years with the National!
and you. 'and! each of you. are hereby bedspread and additional linens licenses. Greyhound and Trailways :
required to file your answer to the .t;:' Guard unit in Virginia. He is associated -; ticket agency. CANAL POINT
filed In this suit against by the hostesses. ;
complaint with his father in business.The :
SPORT Phone 924-7787.
you on or before December 10. 1962 In } SHOP
the office of the Clerk of the Above couple are at home at 516 N23ch.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux at- ,
atyled court and to serve a copy of your East Palm Beach Road Belle
answer on the Plaintiffs Attorney of tended the annual homecoming day Glade. FOR SALE: Maytag Gas Range
!. Tbadd Whldden. whose
recon Florida hot at the Masonic Home in St. used little bargain. Phone
P. O. ,Box 705. Pahokee. t very ,
later than December: 10. 1962.. \ I Petersburg on Saturday. They 9247600. ;
Herein fall not or a Decree Pro Con- were accompanied as far as Bar- IN PAHOKEE HOSPITALMrs. ;
fesso will be entered against you and
each. ot you by default.. WMO.warn tow by Mrs. M.' F. George who was J. P. Parker of Canal Pointis :HELP WANTED: Male, Must t

WITNESS: my hand and seal of raid called there by the death of her have a car. Life Insurance Debit. i
Court at West Palm Beach. Florida. this in Everglades Memorial hospital -
7th day, of November. 1962. niece, Grace Touchstone, who died $90.00 per week starting salary. I II
J. ALEX ARNETTE"' 'em unexpectedly Saturday, following in Pahokee where she was I Free retirement benefits and other I

Clerk of the'Circuit Court While in Bartow Mrs. taken Wednesday night for emergency -, fringe benefits. Contact Osce- .
surgery. ,
(Circuit Court Seal) .lYe 'em r.0..
By Thadd1e-P."Pl&n George visited in the home of her treatment. She is recover i ola Upthegrove in Canal Point. at' !
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Publish. November 9.,16, 23,30. 1962 ...s.Ma.' .A141t' .-.-.VNe1f -- sister, Mrs. J. A. Touchstone. ing nicely,according to reports. 924-5783. Nov9tf f

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1 Page Six The Everglades N.ews. Canal.Point Florida: Friday November 9,.1962.

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I'i SororltylHears JL, E. Halph Johnson:Eo

;' W IorB. lleGladeLawrence -Sp.eakToWomen

f ; ill News Of The Churches 11
; E. Will of Belle Glade Ralph O. Johnson, local attorney -

was guest speaker at the meeting, will be guest speaker at the
last Thursday night of the XI Beta luncheon meeting of the Pahokee

; Tau 'Chapter of Beta Sigma ,Phi'. "Woman's Club, Wednesday ;Nov.
t Metho7liSfChurcb Sororlty'held at the'home of'Mrs. 14. He will spealcon "Our Great
The First Methodist: The Church Of God
I Betty Waits. Mr. Will discussed. American Heritage." A Thanks-
Canal Point, FloridaRobert Church, PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal his book, "The Hurricane" and also giving theme will be used in the

Point Road the books he is currently writing. table arrangements, under the direction -

A.k Shelley, Pastor T. c. O'Steen on the early history of the area. of Mrs. Lloyd Hundley.
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: John.H.,.Kinard.pastor 1r.Vm presented each member II Mrs. C. M. Todd, president will

10:00 a. m.-church School 9:45 'a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School with an autographed copy of "The preside.
11:00 a. m. "Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service Hurricane." .

6:30 p. m.-' Touth Fellowship 6:45 p. m.-MYF 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service The president, Mrs. Lois White, Julia Johnson Has
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p., m. Tuesday-VJxB. presic,d over the business session.
8:00'p.. m. Thursday=W3 .B.Everyone Birthday Party
MONDAY: TUESDAY: The next meeting will be a dessert

I' 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice''I 7:00 p. .-Vesper Choir, prac- welcome. Special. music! briuge nt Mv" Licrnc c*. :irs. -sonnd t
TUESDAY: ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. i Aldridge. Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Johnson en-
8:00 p. m. Woman's Society : : I 'De. tertained at the Woman's duo f

1st Tuesday 7:45 p. ra.-Mid-week devotions Christian Science i' Club 'Represented Building, Saturday night with a
2nd MONDAY: 8:30 p. m.Senior Choir prac- "sweet sixteen" party in compliTr' -.
7:30 p. m. Esther Class meeting tice .Group Of Canal ,Point Federation Meet Tr'..t their daughter Julia, who,

WEDNESDAY: ..e. I was celebrating the anniversary of.
The enlightened nature of themat
: 7:30 p. .-Prayer :Meeting The Pahokee ChurchOf I The Canal: Point :Garden Club her birthday.A .
of God's creating will be ex-
.e. motif of pink and blue was
plained Sunday at Christian Scie- was represented at the-District 10
The NazareneRev used in decorating and in the icing -
"First 'BaptistChurch ence church services. meeting of the Federation of
of the tiered "sweet sixteen"birthday
Selections from the Bible in 'the Garden Clubs held in Fort Pierce,
PahokeeSUNDAY Max D. Jones Pastor I cake. \
433 Bacom Point ,Rd. Lesson-Sermon on the subject Nov. 1, by Mrs. Glenn Powell. Prizes in the limbo contest were \
"Adam and Fallen Man" will include -
Phone 924-7528 P. 0. Box 882 president; Mrs Ralph Duran, Mrs. won by Andrea FunJerburk and
these verses from Ephesians I Duke Tucker and Mrs. A. R. Har-
School. ,
'. 9:45-Sunday 9:45 'a. m.-Sunday School (5): "Be ye therefore followers of t rington. Mrs. D.'M"Miller and Mrs. A buffet supper c.'ke, icecreamand t
11:00-Morning: Worship dear For
God as children; ye'
". 6:15 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship Otto Bleech of the Pahokee Garden cokes were served to 85 guestsby
-Training Union were sometimes'darkness, but now
6:30 p. m.-Juniors I Club also attended'the meeting. the hosts.
7:30-Evening Worship 7:00 are, ye light in the Lord: walk as ..e.' .e__
p. m.-Sunday Evening
WEDNESDAY. Evangelistic Service children of light." II j HOMESTEAD VISITORS AT GIRL SCOUT COUNCILMrs.
7:30-Prayer Service "Science and I .
<.e. WEDNESDAY: Readings from Mr. and Mrs.: J.. E. Cochran, Jr. Dorothy Reed attended the
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer Health with Key to the Scriptures"by and daughter, Debbie, of Home- Palm Glades Girl Scout Council

Canal Point meeting Mary Baker Eddy will.includep. I stead-will spend.this,weekend.with meeting in West Palm Beach, Oct.
r "Where you are a stranger but ( 200)): "The great truth in the :Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Maxwell. 29, as a delegate from the local
Baptist Church Science of being that the real man will also visit
once. They his brother Cypress NeighborhooJ Ass'n. Also
..e was, is, and ever shall be perfect, Ford Cochran, who is convalescingat attending from Pahokee were Mrs.
SUNDAY is incontrovertible for if ,isthe
: ; man the home of Mr. and Mrs. H E. Glenn Brower Mrs. Ethel: Johnson
9:45 School Canal Point First reflection, of God, he
a. m.-Sunday image Unwin. I and Karen Reed, Senior Girl Scout.
11:00 a m.-Morning1 Worship Baptist ChurchElder is neither inverted nor subverted, I
6:30 p. .-Training Union but upright and Godlike."
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship R. E. Barfield e.

WEDNESDAY: SUNDAY: Chapter Receives I
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School
-e. 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship Ten New MembersTen

7:00 p. .-B. T. C. 'c 3'f!f

Church Of God, goo p. .-Evening Worship new members received the .
3R G.av :lK
.Barf ield Highway WEDNESDAY: pledge ritual at the meeting 1W Yk b'J* 3s :::r. o x : .jk.
7:30 m.-Midweek Prayer
p. Thursday night, of the Beta Omi-
Pahokee Fla. 2nd and '4th TUESDAYS:. I'cron Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi- .

J. W. Hughes Minister; 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary Sorority held at the home of Mrs. i
tom $
Phone 924-3736 Meeting. Nina Hatton with the president i $

SUNDAY: .e. ,Mrs. Mary Thomas, presiding. The
i 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 'new pledges are Mrs. Louise
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship St. Mary's 'CatholicChurch Brown, Mrs. Beth 'Elarbee, Mrs. I

7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- Avis Fisher, Mrs. Carolyn Jerni- I
viceTUESDAY gan, Miss Gail Johnson Mrs. Sally

: Father Francis Fennech, Pastor Mayo Mrs. Betty Mills, Miss I
;- 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service Sunday Mass11:30 a. m. Jeanine Mock;Mrs.: Eva Mae Mos- 55
THURSDAY: Confessions before Mass ley and Mrs. Mary Arthur Starl-
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ -e. ing. Mrs. Marian Hatton is pledge

Service Holy Nativity captain, and pledge training start-
.e. ted November 5.Chapter t AOrF
Episcopal ChurchPahokee members have been
st. Peter's Lutheran I working on the vertical file at the F frc ; *!

Pahokee Elementary, Library, a I
':Church, Belle Glade Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar combined project during October I r4 a'.

SUNDAY: and,will continue through Novem I ; ;
August Koerber, Pastor 10 a.'m.-Sunday School x
ber. .
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade 11:00 a. .Worship Service
The pledges drew names for secret -
sisters. The next meeting will the word
Divine Services 11 A. M. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY dust say
be at the home of Mrs. Elena *
School 9:45 A' M.. u DIVIDENDSWA'NTE
Mindlin with Mrs. Ruth Ann Zimmerman .

-- acting .as hostess. II | *
.. -, I and .surfttenlyfouYe savingKHN
ij i- "A I "Early Days of-Florida"--was the
L topic of the program presented[by
Mrs. Lillian Hatton who was introduced -

by Mrs.-Marian Hatton. .. < ., ...- .

j ] -'Diane Hollon New .'>'1 '.:+;:. JUE7;P q:JO' .\L SAVINGS' PLAN t. j jiLfJ'

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Head Homemakers!? 'I'?'! :
., EXPERIENCED, FIELDf 4: :t:; ; ?;. WNEREIU'.. WORK "1 I
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: ; ". Miss Diane Hollon was 'elected L I ;"I
.t FOREMAN'FOR ., c president of the Future.Homemakr j: .
; takes
It only seven little words to start you on a
.i ers of.America at meetingheldrecently -
program-of automatic "Put me on the t
Y at< Pahokee High SchooL Payroll Savings Plan!1". What's more, you don't .
Sugar Cane Harvest Other newly elected. officers are have to.go far to.say,them. Juet cay them to your
Willola 'Tyson, 'pres dent-elect; employer., He'll do all the work: set aside the

Toni Todd,:.vice-president of rec- amount you choose ,from your check and deliver

See Luis Armas reation; Tina Maxwell, vicepresident your Bonds when you've accumulated enough fora
or of projects; Velma Williams purchase.The .

Bob ;Beardsley vice-president bara ,of programs; Bar- Bonds you buy now pay 3$4% ,interest to !
Davis, vice-president of de-
maturity-and keep earning for 10 years after .
grees; Alice Joy"'Vllson, vice-pres- maturity.So > I t
ident of public relations; DottieLair
GLADES COUNTY SUGAR .,' secretary;: Pam Boe'treasur-:; say the word. Sign up now ,....: t
er; Carol Mae Hatton Bonds'regularly where I
; GROWERS 'COOPERATIVE tarian, and ''Hazel parliamen-I I you work-through'the Payroll ,
I tbrian. Savings Plan. .

ASSOCIATION, INC. At the district meeting held in

Port Lauderdale Saturday with

317 West Sugarland Highway 22 members of the local club attending You save more than money with !i
Diane Hollon was elected

F P. o. {fox:X1148 '"G1ewisto, 3Fla.t. t district candidate ffor-State,fiecre-5 i

4f taty..ShewiIUlttend.a.State.meeting 'U :s. Savings: Bonds
t.. Phone'i rtY23810r YU3-2401 at a future ,date. Mrs. R. C. ., ..

Lane faculty sponsor, and Mrs. J. c.u. ...
TK US. Government dot cot pay for ;
I I*. Tyson accompanied the girls to I I TA. Treasury Department thanks, for eMir ,.

.'. Fort Lauderdale. donation Tht Advertising Gila sa4 :

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!age Bight The Everglades News' Canal Point. Florida Friday November 9, 1962

Mus; Elmer? Maxson New Florist Shop :Turkey Supper To ATTEND HOMECOMINGMr. IN Lester MACON Duncan HOSPITAL, former resident {'

Has Glades VisitorsMrs. : and Mrs. Ralph Grimes, and
of Canal Point, is in Macon Hos-
Newt Head HP ClubMrs. Aid School Fund Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bible of t
Donald Kepp of Canal Point pital in Macon Ga., where he underwent -
Clewiston the weekend in
and .Mock spent surgery on last Thursday.
Mrs. Rupert and daughter -
Tallahassee the home
.: Elmer Maxson was elected Marilyn, and son Jon of Paho- A delicious turkey supper will attending
I Florida State NEW ARRIVALS
events at
of the kee, at Kendall visit- coming j
president PahokeeCanalPoint spent Sunday be served
to the public in the Canal
Mr. and Mrs. Grimes New Canal Point 1
University. comers to are
Home Demonstration Club ing Mrs. Kepp's son, Jasper Reed,
Point Community Building visited with their Rebecca Mr. O.
daughter and Mrs. H. Lewter from
at the: regular monthly meeting and Mrs. Kepp's and Mrs. Mock'ssister
held at the Community Buildingin Mrs. Sadie Barwick. day evening Nov. 10, satur-I who is a freshman there. Lake Placid, and are residing in

Canal Pont Thursday Nov. 1. Mrs. Barwick who operated a 8 p. m., by a group of I Mrs. Grimes is an alumna of FSU. one of the Todd apartments. i

Other officers elected were Mrs. florist shop in Pahokee for many Canal Point school children who _

JC.. Carter vice-president Mrs. years is now,assisting her nephew are working toward airconditioning -
; 1++{ I 1 I 1+d I I 1 I M"t M MI 8 I
all classrooms at the Canal VV I 1 tl H II II I i t I I t I 1 M I I ITHEATRES
Bruce Bitting, secretarytreasurer Mr. Reed, with his new shop, the
; Mrs. M. P. Holman devotional Flagler Florist Shop at 2505 West Point' School.
chairman and Mrs.. W. E. McCall I Flagler Miami. The price per plate will be $1.50
reporter. I 4>4 for adults, and 75c for children.

the business session Tickets are now on sale and may
Air ConditionersFor 'j
with Mrs. Roland Kahle president be obtained from Mrs. Charlotte

presiding, members voted to suspend Wal-;o:1 or Mrs. Janis Gibson. Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Rcxd ,

the December meeting and Local School I Any : interested i i helping::; -
to attend the Palm Beach County with the preparation of the supper 2 BTG FEATUKES 7

Christmas party at the Mount's should contact Mrs. Gibson at I I UND Y-MONDAY-TUESDA'
Building in West Palm Beach, December J. K. Davis of South Bay, Wildlife 4-5562. UNDAYlIONDAl'TUESD.XOYE.mER 11-12-1S

7, as a group. All mem- officer of the area. was guest I
bers and:prospective members are speaker at the meeting of the Ca- DINNER j
also cordially invited to attend. nal Point Parent-Teachers Association A dinner was held at the Paho LIEUTENANT" J

The president announced that held in the school cafetor- kee Elks Hall, Saturday night by "KID GALAhAD J 1
the Club had been honored by hav- ium,Monday night, with the president members of the local Fresh Fruit AND
ing one of the members, Mrs. M. I Mrs. W. E. McCall, presid- and Vegetable Association and ELVIS PRESLEY, GIG YOUNG 1
C. Carter elected vice-president of ing. Introduced by Bruce Bitting, their guests. Ercel Mixon of Bell? LOLA ALBRIGHT AND -ALSO-
the County Council of Home Demonstration program chairman Mr. Davis Glade was master of ceremonies. "THE WONDERS OF
':Clubs.Announcement. showed a film ,"Trigger Happy Roy Segree of South Bay is presi- JOAN BLACKMAN AL.\DDIN" A

was made that Harry" which depicted the correct dent. I K i t I I I 9 M I t -r! > 1 I-M t I 1 J J I ell J : : 1- '2 Ii : ,:.I I I : I I" ,
Bob. Reddish of Gainesville I to use and handle )
Dr. way a gun. _
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would conduct a class, Nov. 7, at The flag salute was led by Ross
the Mount's Building from 9 a. m. Harrington, and the audience join- !tAtS7Phone I I'ffl !!7WflmITfJ"! Yf'/Y'if7'! '-ftTIf1'rI''rI7V'!

to 3p. in.' on,the selection, cooking ed in singing one verse of Amer- ,.) I
and'storing of meats. Members ica. Rev. Robert Shelley led theI 't

were/asked to take sandwiches as I J devotionals. ..,
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drinks' would be furnished. The j The room count was won by 1 :

same afternoon, a Civil Defense J Mrs. A. R. Harrington's seventh -;$
meeting would be held from 3 to grade. !(c

3:30 'p. m.. by Major A. S. Fuller- I The treasurer reported that I 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade ?

ton, .covering up-to-date information $400.00 had been received from the I ra

: Halloween Carnival. $150.00 of' SALES and SERVICE j jI

Due to unavoidable circumstances this amount will go toward the

:Miss Ann Sims, Assistant airconditioners.Mrs. I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances i
Home Demonstration Agent could W. E. Blackwell reportedthat I Il

not be. with the group, and Mrs. the air-conditioner has already ..
t&8X1t; : l..U.4iMil: 4j il.V) Vll \l.IjMIIl.U.4jj II \/JfYAVAVAWWi1.\l.lilW, lWiM4 J. Y l WI1jIU ll Wl
Elmer. 'Maxson presented the pro- been installed in the eighth

gram. She demonstrated making grade room, and that the wiringfor

Christmas decorations from arti- the other classrooms has been.

cles' available in the home. Mem- j purchased.

bers then exchanged ideas for I Refreshments were served following -

making Christmas decorations, the close of the business still the biggest'V

gifts and cards. One of the most session by the hostesses Mrs. Rob- ..
attractive and versatile was an ert Arrietta, Mrs. Joe Carr and

aluminum foil wreath created by Mrs. Willis Hoyle.Missionary .
Mrs. M. P. Holman. -

Coffee break hostesses were Union : : PENNY V

Mrs. M. P. Holman Mrs. Elmer ;
In ,i
Maxson and Mrs. W. E. McCall. I Tuesday Meeting

Mrs. Howard Holman, was a ;I ---- I

guest. .1 The Woman's Missionary Unionof in the
the Pahokee First Baptist

Church met at the church, Tues-
Methodist Group day morning, with the vicepresident Farm

In Tuesday MeetingThe i siding., Mrs. Claude Shirley, pre Budget

WSCS of Canal Point Meth- Mrs. F. G. Gillis gave the prayer f

odist Church met Tuesday night, calendar, and Mrs. Guthrie Col- Lcc\

Nov. 6, at the old parsonage.The vard presented the program "A .. 'y1llilLp :
meeting was conducted by Vigorous Minority in Mexico." v ;. -

Mrs. Leonard Maxson, president.The She was assisted by Mrs. E. B. \\rr\ $?]
'''program on missions was 1 I Gamble.I .
\ conducted by Mrs. Roland Kahle, I I was announced that Dr. and

assisted by Mrs. Harrington Mrs. Mrs. Jim Satterwhite, missionariesto YE19rI7p(
E. Maxson and Mrs. Stringari. -Japan who are now on furloughin

Rev. Shelley showed a film on the the United States, will speakat

mission work of Dr. Frank Lau- both church services on Sunday,
bach. Dec. 2. These services will inaug-

Refreshments were served by urate the Week of Prayer which -' .' ..
.... hostess has been set for December 3-7. V .
... ,. .the- Mrs. Cora Young. V )
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. ;"Mrand Mrs. Jack Spencer anda' Sorority Meeting "' ?.{ '
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family visited W. D. Boehmer
Held.At Sims Home ,- V V and
Stop think.
Hollywood, Sunday.IN ... .. # Practically everything .- ,
: ; l < has gone up'in cost. Inflation. .....
The XI Alpha Mu Chapter of I Yet the
TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF THEFIFTEENTH V -,. average price paid per KWH for
JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF Beta Sigma Phi met at the homeof V', ": FPL electricity is actually lower now
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR PALM I Mrs. Elsie, Suns, last:Thursday | if than 10
BEACH COUNTY. years ago. Cheap electricity
IN CHANCERY 62C2152-D evening. V V I j handles scores of chores and the
VENTON LEE HOLLAND. : Mrs. Sims presented a programon
Plain tiff I more use it the
: "The Modern Novel and Modern you more you benefit.
-vsJACQUELINE : .__, In countless
HOLLAND : Poetry." ways, electricity helps
Defendant NOTICE OF SUIT: It was announced that the next V 41 'L make YOUR farm more profitable

TOjJA QUELINE HOLLAND social meeting will be at the homeof your home more comfortable

722 Easton.Mauch Pennsylvania Chunk Street Mrs. Joan Tucker, on Nov. 15. your leisure more enjoyable.

You are hereby notified that Ven- It will feature a Texas barbecue,
ton,Lee Holland has filed a Bill of I with the husbands of members at-
Complaint against you for divorce and j
you are required to serve a copy of j tending as guests.Patterson .
your answer to the complaint on the I I I .
plaintiff's Attorney. Tnadd Whldden. P.
O. Box 705. Pahokee. Florida and file Circle
. the original answer in the office of the S --M FdRM BET1Ef
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm Will Meet Monday y
Beach-County. West Palm Beach. Florida
on or before the 19th day of November FRICt ;
1962: if you fail so to do. Judgment The lone Patterson Circle of the ,
by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the Canal Point Baptist Church will i
Complaint. meet at the home of Mrs. Paul
1962.DATED this 17th day of October. Rardin on Monday, November 12, -fiN 1tJ ltdd.1.f1tlllfJ.tJ.t! L

. J. AEX ARNETTB at 3 p. m. Mrs. J. D. Latham will

(Circuit Court Clerk Seal of the Circuit Court have charge of the program. ....IT'S CHEAPER TOO
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By Thaddle P. Plant.

Publish Oct. 19.Deputy 23. and Clerk NOT. 2. 9. -1963Thadd Mrs. Ruth Meredith visited her FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT
Whldden brother-in-law and sister Mr. and COMPANYHELPING f

Attorney for Plaintiff Mrs. Carl Clawson in Lake Worth BUILD FLORIDA
P.o. Box 105 )
Ftbofce.. Florida last weekend.


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