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 16, 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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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note:
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Turkey Game Is Set' Assistant' County Mrs. Caudill Named Corrections Made I Cool Snap Makes

Agent Is Named On 1962 Tax Roll

For Wednesday Eve Welfare Director"Mrs. Bean Price Rise
I A. new assistant county agent a ; Another some 150 corrections ;

graduate of the University Arizona the tax roll were received by the

The annual. foot ball classic be- commission, was introduced this the county Alley Assist nt county commission this week and Celery Deal Starts, ,

tween Belle Glade: Golden Rams certified to the tax collector.
He is Norman Bezona who will
and the Pahokee Blue Devils Is The board in recent weeks have
be in of the Mrs. Vivian Caudill Cooler weather the
scheduled for next Wednesday charge agricultural was named received a large number of corrections during past,

night on Lair Field in Pahokee. department's ornamental section Director of the,Palm Beach County to the current roll which few days has caused bean prices :.

and will replace Charles Tucker, Welfare Department by official to scat upward. A frost on Monday
The Rams have an unmarred sche- Commision Chairman Lake Lytal
action of the of this week knocked
dule this year and Pahokee has lost resigned. County Commissionon said had been explained to him by morning outt.
Bezona, who also attended Tuesday; of this week when a Maxwell raisesin several hundred acres of beans and
only two-one to Fort Pierce and Assessor Edgar as
one to West Palm Beach. Washington State University and motion was offered to this effect property assessments. Lytal the price sky-rocketed to $4.00 per/
the University of Hawaii, comes by Commissioner Paul Rardin.I bushel.
Palm Beach High School's grid said recent changes have resultedin
team put together touchdown here from Broward County wherehe Mrs. Wilma Alley of Pahokee was adding another $2.7 million to The frost on Monday morning:

has been employed for the past named Assistant Director.Mrs. ,killed 300 acres of beans for W. H.
marches of 92 and 78 yards in the the assessment roll which will result -
year. Caudill is a former residentof Vann, Inc., on land north and east
first: half Friday night to score a I in an additional $64,700
12-7 upset of Pahokee. Pahokee where her husband was taxes. of Canal Point. The thermometer

Belle Glade's Golden Rams I Junior Growers To principal of the high school. Mrs. lowered itself, to 27 degrees at one

clinched at least a tie for the Sun- Alley has been with the Welfare spot in the affected area. Several

coast Conference football championship -, Department for over five years and C. P. Parents Clear other losses of beans were reported

.Friday night with a 19-6 Visit Glades Dec. has been known in official circlesof The celery harvest' is under way

victory over winless Riviera I the department as a deputy director $450 On Supper and some 7,810 acres are expectedto

Beach. until Tuesday's action by be harvested during the season.

The victory gives the undefeated Monday, December 3, will be a the .board. I l Last year, 8,241 carlot equiva-
red letter day in Glades vegetable S- lents went to market from the
and untied Rams
a league I Three more air conditioners are
growing history when 400 Junior same for a return of $15-
mark and them of tie : acreage
assures a being installed in the Canal Point .
Vegetable from 40 states' Hospital Needs 460,116, which led all the other
growers I'
even if they.should lose their Nov. school this week as a result of
21 finale Pa- in America visit the Glades for a crops harvested, in this area'in'
against runner-up money-raising efforts on the partof I
look-see at the it is done on volume and value.
hokee way ,
(6-1) Told The LionsLuke local parents. At a turkey din-
a- the shores of Lake Okeechobee.The ner served in the Community By ,Dec. 15 the harvest will be
Junior growers will be in in full swing with from 75 to 100 .
Building in Canal Point Saturday
Evening Classes convention at the Deauville hotelon carlots shipped daily. The market
DeFresne administratorof night local parents netted $450
Miami Beach and their trip will Everglades Memorial Hospital, cash from their work. opened with moderate prices rang-:
be made by bus to the 'Glades Tom ing from ,$2.50 on smaller sizes to
Belle Doyle, assistant administrator Several weeks ago the parents
Glade High They will be given royal treatment and Mrs. Allie Okie chairmanof $3.25 on larger. I
started a drive to raise cash to buy
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..c .,- -. f Jjy: agriculture:workers, and. packing the hospit&I" board, were guest' the air- conditioner: First -they c
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The Palm Beach County Voca- I house operators. speakers at the luncheon meetingof held bake sales in front of Echols Joe Thompson New
On the trip will be'you 1g grow-
tional School in cooperation with I I the Pahokee, Lion's Club Tues
ers who have won state honors
,Pellon Morris, Principal of Belle subscriptions
I I day.Mr.
elsewhere, those who have won President
Glade High School, is planning to I I, judging contests and other honors DuFresne, introduced by i
offer evening instruction in Typ- Leonard Dobrow, treasurer of the fort was the turkey dinner.
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in Amer-
ing starting December 3 at the agriculture throughout hospital board, spoke on the need AH of the workers are particul- At Monday-night City Council

Belle Glade High School, accord- ica.At for more space and more medical arly anxious that each and every meeting in Pahokee Riviera Beach
the hour the will
ing to Kenneth F. Johnson, Director group facilities at the hospital, due to the person who in any way has assfst- Realtor'Thurmond W. Knight offered
be treated to luncheon of Glades
of Vocational Education for the vegetables at the Belle Glade Armory increased patient load. ed in the money raising drive be the city a lot adjacent to the .
county. Tom Doyle gave a statistical report sincerely thanked. for
$10,000 but Mrs.
I and South Bay Growers will be city hall ,
Persons wishing to enroll may ; hosts at that time. on the growth of the hospital.He Batchelor told Knight there had

register Monday evening, Decem- compared the 1958 figures with been no appropriations made toward -
ber 3 at 7:30. The class will meet those of the current year. Gross Garden Club Sells such a purchase in this year's

on Monday and Wednesday even- Traffic Problems billings for 1958 were $164,390.00while budget,

ings from 7:30 to 10:00 and will they are already 247730.0 Cakes In PahokeeThe In other action the council: .

start on the evening of registration. in 1962, which is about a 50 per Voted to donate $200 to the
Will Be Studied cent increase.
West Palm Beach Animal) Rescue
There is no tuition fee for this I t I Mrs.; Allie Okie announced thata annual sale of Claxton League.

Instruction; however, there is a for of request has been sent to the fruitcakes is now being conductedby Passed a resolution authorizing
Two actions
small registration fee and stud- Regional Director of Public Healthto members of the Pahokee Garden Councilman Joe E. Thompson's
roads in the Everglades,hard -
ents must furnish their own sup- send a representative to meet Club. Orders are being taken appointment as president, in the
caused the
to traffic by
plies. carry with the local committee and as- for three and five pound cakes, place of the late Hugo Boe.
current harvest, were
This instruction is part of the this sugar week the approved certain the needs of the hospitaland either in the light or dark variety, Voted ,to reimburse Mrs. W. M. '
by county
School Board's Vocational Educa the best means of meeting which will arrive for Christmas de- Johnson;$37 for two rose bushes

;... *+" tion program and is for; adults 16 I commission. these needs. truck
.Ji: At intersection-Duda Road : .livery. she said a city garbage ac-
"F ..;. ::'.. ....years of age or over who are: not I an L eonara uoorow:announced gh atnew This is the only; fund raising cidentally picked up in front of
:; 1_ __....__. and State Road 80- -the board gave
: I :' :, enrolled in high: ::i x-ray equipment has been project conducted by the Club during her house.

: ".'. \:. The tentative to a U01.1' approval to a plan for improving a purchased that wilI'put the hos- o! the year,. according; to Mrs. Authotized preparing of the city .

l. mum enrollment of 15 persons. important : pital on a par with any other hospital C.-A. Major, finance chairman and swimming pool for next season. .
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.1 Anyone wishing to register ,for, in Palm Beach County. A anyone who,has not been contacted .
sioner Paul Rardin said is needed .
this class should do so on Monday I radiologist from Miami makes may call Mrs. Major at. 9247755and
the Duda Road
for ex-
evening, December 3 at Belle Glade proposed regular visits to Pahokee to read place their order. Sugar Cane FieldDaySetForDec.4- :
tension. Plans for the bridge are to
High School. Persons desiring ad- and interrup the x-ray work at, the -
be worked out with the Central
ditional information may call Mr. hospital.
and South Florida Flood Control
Vince Marquess WYman 6-5553 board. Curtis Chase was appointed by Speaker Tells Of

between the hours of 3:00 and 5:00 President Kyle Scott to serve as a
Heard that the state road de-
pm. member of the house committee. ProgramDavid A, special sugar cane Field Day .
partment will'redesign an inter- Handicap
Billy Ray Mosley, zone
section at State Road 15 and Air- has been scheduled at the Canal

VISIT CENTRE COLLEGE port Road to better, handle traffic' announced that a zone meeting Point site of the U. S. Sugar Cane

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hatton I at that point.Chicken. would be held at his office Tues- Kidd of West Palm Testing Station, 'according to informed

have returned from Danville Ky. day night.It Beach was guest speaker at the sources 'announcing the
where they visited their son, was announced that James W. Pahokee
luncheon meeting of the meeting date of Dec. 4.
, Roger who is a freshman at Dinner To Vann will act as master of cere-
. Rotary Club, last Thursday, with 'Florida growers of sugar cane .
.Centre College. They also visited Be Served Nov. 16A monies at the cup presentation the president, Dr. E. C. Johnson are invited to attend the meeting

other relatives in Manchester and following the Belle Glade-Pahokee presiding. Introduced by Rev. T. C. and learn and see first hand some

Oneida, Kentucky. friend chicken dinner for the football game. Chester Mullis was O'Steen, Mr. Kidd spoke on the rehabilitation of the many operations going on
. to have of the
benefit of the Church of God on appointed charge program for the hand- at the Canal Point station. It is

TO ATTEND GAME Barfield Highway,,will be served at arrangements for the ceremony. icapped. assured that every person even re-

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Shirley' planto the Pahokee Woman's Club Building Guests were Rev. R. O. Baker, motely interested in sugar cane :

spend the weekend in Gaines- Friday evening, November 16, HOME FROM HOSPITAL Rev. Guthrie Colvard, Robert E. will have an interesting and edu-'

ville where they will, meet their from 5 to 9 p. m. Prices will be W. S. Cross returned to his I Meyer, Charlie Martin Curtis cational day.Arrangementa. .. : :
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and $1.00 for adults and 50 cents for home in Canal Point Friday from Slade, Carrie Curlee and Paul have been made

:Mrs. Richard Thierry of Daytonaand children. Anyone desiring to have St. Mary's Hospital, West PalmBeach. Davidson. for 'a dutch,treat luncheon at the

attend the Florida-FSU football dinners delivered should call 924- where he was a patient last Miss Dottie Lair was the guestof Community building in Canal ....

game. 7917 or 924-7363. week. atudent member Buddy LampL Point at .the noon hour.



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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday; November 16, 1962I j.

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reau, it will be 7% million. It's .
about 4* million now. Here Is What Transpired At Monday's t

I That.percentage rate of growth Meeting Of The ,Palm Beach
ks equalled by the forecasts for l lOounty.Commission

I I Arizona and Alaska.Nevada'a is,
1 l one pOinthigher)1t: 46 j>er cen.t.;But ;;;
I all three of these states will have
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total populations far below that of -- "
: Florida.. In total number of new, The county commission this horse show facilities at John .a
: residents-expected by 1970 (the ,week instructed its engineering Prince Park to stage a benefit '_

.11.1 estimate is about 2,330,000), Flor- 'department to make applicationfor show F'eb. 7 to '10 for the Palm

.: ida is about even with New York $56,500 in federal funds allot- Beach County Association of Re- 1
__ h.11 state, but California's gain win be ed for improvement at Palm Beach tarded Children. _

I more than both combined. ,International Airport.The -Heard that the state road department -
I I money has been set aside recommended location of ,.
The Rardin Building. In: Canal. Point, Florida I for improvements of an airport a new bridge over the inland !,
: -Technological and scientific progress runway and improvement of ,two waterway at Woolbright Road. The ;

THE:LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF I aril be ;continuing1( .in .%ke;, .taxlways.Jn.other. new span would serve I the ,Briney

years Mead. .trhey.-too, will add-to- actions ,the.board: .Breezes area.Granted j,

THE EYW1AD1ES: 1'jys a; the department's wqrk load., ;Examples -I Referred to the county attorney a 30-yean operating

'Okeechobee of development In recent .for-legislative! study, a proposalfrom franchise to Juno -Isles Utility
Serving the Lake Farming Region Without
District 7, volunteer fire Company, Inc., to furnish water
Interruption.Every Week for More'Than 30 Years years are the widespread adoption .
: of brakes for automotive fighters, that a state law be passed and sewer service in a new development -
Established M rch 11,,19. ?4 Published Every FridayS vehicles hydraulic, and ,the sharp rise in use to allow fire districts to' become at,Juno.

\ Price i $2.00. Year.In AdvanceThe I Ii.PJi of ;pesticides, both domestic and taxing districts to raise operatingfunds. Heclivtd a certification ,qf election -
returns from the official. canvassing -
Everglades News Is--Entered at the Post Office commercial. Heard that 53,parcels of right of board.
.In Canal Point:>> .Fl&ridl, as Second Class Matter Testing ,brake fluids offered for way for improvement of CongressAve. Authorized resurfacing of a 400 ;
sale in Florida is one of our de-
., had been set at $24,923. rebuilt of AlA in Palm Beach
Owner Editor
Paul I ardin PublisherI partment activities which started
Received a from the known the Blowwom
I request as Curve, a
only _three years ago. We ride herd '
Lake Worth Jaycees for use of, project, estimated to cost $850.A :
(1) to insure
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure labeling with adequate warning to HOLIDAY"
pent .Wednesday ,in .Ft. Pierce TherQrrront_ protect the user, and (2) to pre- SINGLETARYS MOVE .NATIONAL 1
visiting their.niece, Mrs. .Charles; : it I vent any food products with residues Mr. and Mrs. .R. W. Singletary, Sarah Josepha Hale, a famous
peen : : to health from residents of Pahokee since 1930, woman's :magazine editor duringthe
Perkins, who had just .1 released by dangerous: ,
J : getting into consumer channels. have purchased a small farm home 1800's is credited with estab-
.from the,hospital whereshe: I OoyF10rid/
had ,been ,confined due to injuriese : ,Qrri na New food products are continu- near Phoenix Springs, Fla. and are lishing Thanksgiving as a national
received in an automobile accident. + ously coming on the market. In the planning to move, accompanied by holiday. She worked for more than ;
en Labor Day. < offing are such things as frozen her brother, Jim Humphries, into 25 years to promote the idea an"d in
D.. A......, milk concentrate, instant: cheese, their new home in the near future.I 1863 persuaded President Abraham

and even synthetic vegetable"milk" Mr. and Mrs. Harold Otto have Lincoln to issue the proclamation
v u Employees of the Department of which eliminates the cow. purchased their residence on East setting aside the last Thursday in

,Classified AdsFOR Agriculture from all parts of the I Every new food development will Main, ,Pahokee... November of that year as a day of
state in Tallahasseethis Thanksgiving.
are meeting require investigation and supervision -
week for another 'annual business to protect the consuming pub- Mrs. G. T. Echols is convalescingat S .-
SALE: New and used Willys .conference. We'll hear reports lic. her home, following recent C. B. Stringari has returned to

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein from our various division director3 As new livestock diseases and surgery at Everglades Memorial his home at Canal Point from a
Belle Glade. Phone 3058.
Oct. 17-54-ch on progress made during the past f pests appear, the Division of Ani- Hospital. business trip to Nashville, Tenn.
year and projects planned for the mal Industry,must be alert to cope ,

FOR SALE: One 16 foot FiberglassBoat. future. Special activities and pro- 'I with them. The same is true of the
75 h. p. Evinrude electric grams of each division will be the Division of Plant Industry must be It trivll lt TsftTlttfS

:Motor. Many extras. Reduced to topics for panel discussions when alert to cope with them. The same

$1145.00, Reconditioned. Like new. divisional personnel attend their is true of the Division of Plant In-

Call AT7-3468 or back of Amoco own meeting during the confer- dustry when there's a threat to Monday Cattle Sales
Station US No. 1 at Salerno Road. ence. I any of our crops. .
Nov. 16pd One of the biggest problems in So our annual business confer-

planning such a gathering is to ence is an important event. A per-
Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
\\'E HAVE HEARD of folks who
find a single hall large enough to iodic review of past and present
have rooms for rent and rooming accommodate all of our people.Va activities can help to prepare us which is owned and operated by more- than. 120 -
houses for rent. A small ad right expanded greatly when our reor- for what the future holds. Florida Cattlemen.

here might turn the trick. Why not ganization became effective in .
try it? It is a small cost-$1.00 a I January, 1961 and four agencies I You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here

week. with personnel of 500 were blank- at this Market. We make an effort at all times to givean
Aleda ShackfordHas
FOR SALE: 16 ft Lapstrack.. 30 eted into the department. now outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us
number about 1,200 full-time regular Birthday PartyMr.
h. p. electric with trailer. Recon a trial.
ditioned at bargain price of $645. employees in nine divisions.
Reconditioned 6 gallon outboard I'm mighty proud of the mannerin and Mrs. R. O. Shackford : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Ho

motor tanks. $12.00 each while which our enlarged departmenthas entertained at the Pahokee Wom-

they last. Call AT7-3468 or back functioned in the past year.It an's Club, Saturday night, with a SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. _
took a while to adjust to the ex- party honoring their
of Amoca Station on US. No.1 daugher,
pansion during 1961. But by the Aleda the
Salerno Road. NovlGpd on twelfth anniversaryof I
time 1962 rolled around, we had a her birthday. A color motif of Glades Livestock Market
FOR, RENT. A furnished 2BR smooth running organization and pink and white was used in deco- II
,CBS house on St. Lucie Canal at there had<< been no interruption in rating and and
: games dancing !
Port Mayaca. Phone 9245584.Oct. the many services we perform for were enjoyed throughout the even- : ASSOCIATION

5 tf agriculture and its associated bus- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Shackford were On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

GOTTA A'ROOM for rent? A iness, and for protection of consumers assisted by Miss Elizabeth Hum- Phone WY 6-:,28, George Young, Manager
throughout the state. phries and
Cy Herbert of Belle
small ad in ,this column ,will get .
Glade. ,
the job done. It only costs a dollar. I 3 <3XSt&x&&S 8
of state
Like other agencies'
Call. 924-2661., .
-' the is
government department ,
FISHERMEN: Some little used,I confronted each year with an in- -. .
outboard motors. 5% '-' 10 15---. creasing work load to fulfill the

18 and 22 h. p. Reasonably pric responsibilities of enforcing cer-
ed.:Back of AmOCO!Station -on US tain laws. Much of this pressure

No.'1., Salerno'Phone :AT7-3468. : stems from Florida's rapid growthin I EVERGLADES FEDERAL
Nov. 16pa population.

As m d r e families establish .
homes, more food stores are open-
watches. Radios Watch .
: ed to serve them. New filling sta-
bands. Clocks. :Fishing and hunting tions are built More businesses On Your

licenses.ticket agency.Greyhound CANAL and Trailways POINT using .weighing and measuring deviceS Pays Q% Savings

I are'opened.. More meat pro-
SPORT SHOP Plume 24T187.j j
cessing appear.
New businesses and"new indust-
-' Your local institution the highest rate of interest earnings of any
TRAILER -.Heavy Duty.Tandem ries attract more people, and the pays

-Factory made boat to 25 ft. whole cycle is one of continuing ex- Federal in Florida. You'll earn more here if you invest your savings with us.
for commercial uses. A real buy at pansion-and more places which
$375.00. Like new. Back of Amoco oai' inspectors must visit.
Station on US 1 at Salerno'Road. 'in thte meantime, Florida's pro- Then, too, it is here and ready for you any time you need it. Always in safe
duction of agricultural commodities -
Phone<< AT7-3468. NovlGpd.
; -of many kinds is hands with accounts insured up to $10,000 with an agency1 of the Federal

FOR SALE: One-bedroom trailer, vegetables, ,livestock, increasing-I
$500; rental privilege Q a with eggs citrus, etc-and government.EVERGLADES'. I

it.. Lot 4, Council's Trailer Park, fertilizers' feeds and pesticides is 1

400; East .7th Street, Pahokee, growing.) The work load of our lab- : 1IIIItI1Ifft'llrfftlflllll- I i

Ngv46pd oratories In analyzing samples ofmany 1 .
kinds,from gasoline: to practically 1
FOR SALE: Maytag Gas Range
kind of food has in-
used very little, bar aln. Phone every FEDERAL .
924-7600. creased and their facilities have .
:been expanded. -

I.F', WANTED: Male Must These trends are due to continue -. Savings And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS I

have a car. Life Insurance Deper' ; and here's why: Florida's _.
>)8fcOO week' startingsalary.. population-the number of people .' I
Frtee' retirement2' benefits-and 'oth't l living in the state, not our tourist : PHONE i iI
40 .S.. W. AVENUE "B" .. .
4aitors-is due to gain another -
er-fringe benefits. Contact .Osceola 't
Upthegrove in Canal Point at'II 45 per cent in this decade. By 1970, "
9245783. Nov9tf according to the U. S. Census Bu-
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mature in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for. the future. That's why many retired "'Y'
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The Everglades News_ ," CanalPoint'Florida ___ __ Friday, November.16.1962:.r
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I' I PERSONAL( HEWS NOTES I II For 1964 TAMPA-The New Is, Deadline Turnpike Florida Turnpike For Funeral S-Sgt Services FountainServices I Visitors Despite TAMPA-Barbed Cuba Continue wire Fuss on Florida "; ', ,::":

Authority,has announced that the beaches, and missile
Mr.; and Mrs. J. V. Gist of Murphy Mark Stephen, the little son of 155-mile extension of the present I installations
N. C. arrived in Pahokee, Mr. and Mrs. A. Max Beverly of Sunshine State Parkway will be will be held Saturdayat in Cuba will not scare awayan ,
I Pitts with additional
Wednesday, and are visiting their Riviera Beach, spent the, weekend completed and ready for public'use "invasion"" by winter tourists
military services at the MariettaAir this winter.
'nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. i in Pahokee with his grandparents, i no later than Jan. 1, 1964.
I Force Base for Staff
Fred O. Dickinson Jr. chairman
'f Vance Denton, and Mr. Gist's Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Beverly.Mrs. I Completion of the toll road extension ,,
Maxwell Fountain who acci-
was of the Florida Council of 100, told
, mother, Mrs. Josie Templeton.Mr. .
Gale Galloway of Indian- will establish a 264-mile- dently killed last weekend at Els- delegates attending the fall meeting

and Mrs. Minter Collins town visited her sons-in-law and long turnpike extending from Miami I I worth AFB in South Dakota. of ,the Council in Tampa that

spent last weekend in Orlando daughters, Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. northward to WDdwood in Sgt. Fountain, 34, the brother of the Cuban crisis will not adverse-

visiting her brother-in-law and Shackford and Mr. and Mrs. La- Central Florida. In addition to the I Myers Fountain of Pahokee, and ley affect Florida's economy. _

sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith. verne Humphries last Sunday. turnpike, Interstate 75 is scheduled Walter Fountain of Belle Glade, "Continued military buildup and

I for completion at the same time. who had served 17 years in the Air barbed wire defenses along our, _
Dr. and Mrs. Lou Lombard of ,I Miss Rose Biancarosa of West This road will run from Wildwoodto Force, is survived by his widow beaches nearest Cuba will attract, .

:Miami were guests Sunday night Palm Beach was the weekend the Georgia, state line. and two children, and his mother, not scare off visitors to Florida,"," ,'
of her parents :Mr. and Mrs. J. IL guest of Mrs. Alma Farrow in This new concept of limited access Mrs. W. J. Fountain, of Pitts, Ga., Dickinson said.Industrially .
Miller. Dr. and Mrs. Lombard were Pahokee.Mr. highways states the turn- formerly of Pahokee. .
the state, will .not
accompanied home by their pike authority, will benefit the Myers and Walter Fountain left
and Mrs. J. D. Rogers spent be slowed by war scares, Dickinson .- .
daughters, Lisa and Linda, who movement of products and people
Tuesday night to join their motherat
Sunday in :Miami visiting their son i emphasized. The Council of 100
spent last week in Canal Point particularly tourists, who will be Pitts.
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ; is working closely with the Florida
visiting they grandparents. unhampered in. the ,free flow of
John A. Rogers and family. --r.. --- Development Commission to attract
traffic. They have also predicted
Mr. and M d-: John Williams,and new ;the state, he
Mrs. Jack Spencer spent, the shifts in population, center and industrial
children Orlando were the week Mrs. Claud Morgan, formerly of continued. ,
result of the
end guestsof, his parents, Mr. and J weekend in Orlando where she was new highway areas a Pahokee, now residing in Fort Climax of the two-day meeting.

f OVIrs. J. E. Williams of Pahokee. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James ... Lauderdale, was the weekend guestof ,was a dinner at which Gov. Bryantand
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Spooner, I U. S. Senators George Smathers -
Gerhardt, and attended the dinner WITH FSU CIRCUS
Miss FJinor Brackin was the while Mr. Morgan was in Texas. and Spessard Holland delivered
there Saturday night, honoring
guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. party Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend have Mr. Morgan was called to Paris addresses.
her Miss Alyce Joyce
daughter, .
Loyd Brackin Eagle Lake during Spencer, and William Herbert received word that their daughter, Texas by the serious illness.of his .
the past weekend. On Saturday Whitcomb who were announcingtheir Miss Cyndy Friend, performedwith mother, who fell and broke her Dr. H. Sasser. Watson of Pelray

she wen 'to Tampa to the engagement. Mrs. Gerhardtis the Flying Circus of Florida hip. Beach was the Sunday guest of his

University of South Florida to the sister of Mr. Whitcomb. State University. Dothan, Ala., .- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wat
visit her brother, Steve, and to- last Friday night. son.
getheIItheywent: to visit their Mrrs. Donald Kepp, Mrs. Rupert Mrs. Rembert Guy of Tampa arrived .. .

grandparent, ,Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Mock, Mrs. Lewis Friend and Miss Mrs. Laurie Justice, her son, in Pahokee, Monday after- Mrs. Othan Gilbert of Atlanta.

Fleming! dsp Tampa.. Jeanine Mock spent Tuesday in Mike, and daughter, Linda, visited noon, and is the house guest of Mr. Georgia, is the guest of her daughter -
Miami. relatives in Fort Myers, Sunday. and Mrs. Jack Spencer. Mr. and :Mrs. C. E. Williams.
Mr. ,and Mrs. Kenneth C. Moonof I

Schenectady, N. Y. were the -- .-
weekend guests of her sister :Mrs. / ..r vt <
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Dorothy Stanley and her brother- :
in-law and Bister, Mr. and Mrs. Joe

Louie and Jerry Gold, Mrs. Ruth
Dobrow and Oscar Dobrow spent

last week, at Miami Beach where
they attended the National TOA


:Mrs Juanita Lockmiller and two

children who have been visiting {
her. father J. G. Weeks, in Canal

Point, left. Wednesday for her

home Winlock, Washington. She ',' ',' _,T ,
acompanied her brother-in-law:
Sgt. Lester Nichols as far as, + .1""
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Seattle where he embarked for

duty in Okinawa. % I ..

Allen W. Miller, son of Mr. and Fy
Mrs. Marvin Miller of Pahokee, .
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has enlisted in the Air Force and L

is taking basic training at Lack- ,

land AFB, San Antonio, Texas. q \ r } _

Mrs.,James Elrod and sons, Joey

and Jimmy of Opa Locka;,were the

Sunday guests of her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Tommy Miller in Paho- WH
kee. q

I Mrs. James G. Thomas, Jr. is a ; !

I patient at Everglades Memorial (
Hospital, this week.
U.S. Marines Visit s :
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Their Pahokee HomesDavid *

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Fountain, But .Johnson, 'r .

Jimmy McElhenny and Ronnie

Gamble, members of-the U.S; /:lrla- :
rine Corps, left by train; Monday

night, from West Palm Beacfc>for ...-
their base at Camp L.Ieune,I C.
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George McElhenny and Mr. and

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November; .16, 1S62 Tk JSvergladea News. Canal Point. Florida ,n". ,_'.

\ ,Perfect Record For and for the nonleague Tigers'Okeechobee homecoming calls affair on, ******'****, -;*. ***' ****.**--***********- *" "-:. -

Seacrest.As *1' : ;';
: Belle Glade Rams s k' ,.f.
the season nears its end, A (
I t5.5.f ( .' .
statistics hold
begin to prominence

i The perfect-record Belle Glade although only one conference grid- .' I sincerely appreciate the honor bestowed on me' )y ; "'-;: '.>'

Rams have clinched at least a tie iron record appears likely to be in 5.55 ( S the people of the SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL i' '.. r !<.y
for the Suncoast Conference foot- danger. Lake Worth's Fred Mayer .... "J--: ; ,
ball title this fall to become the scored 15 points as Lake Worth DISTRICT of FLORIDA in electing me to a fifth term ;3.b ti' tin -' ,

first unit in any sport from that romped past Ft. Pierce 21-19 and '
the United States House of Representatives. :;: ; ,
school to do so since the league tied Pahokee's Harold Peacock for. .if '.

had its start 13 years ago. the top spot with 55 points each \f .' I pledge my continued full-time efforts to effectively ', .,: L'.'
Hapless Riviera Beach's ninth Included in Mayer's total are 13 :. "

h successive loss meant the pennant extra points which is only four .reoresent' our area in Washington D. Ct ,4 ',: t., ,,1,: ,"
assurance for the Rams who tri- shy of the league record with the u
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umphed 19-6'in a game closer than Trojans having two games to go. ?: : Gratefully, \l. '
expected and in which the winners I I Mark was set seven years ago by ( --, ....: .. _:1 t.

allowed: the second score against I Ft. Pierce's Hal Porter at 17. The -' ", .J. :.. o ?. .. PAUL G. ROGERS f 0 '., .
them this fall after blanking their I I I team record for conversions is 21 :Member of Congress

first seven foes. Didi Mills moved I! set by Pompano four years ago. "oI.' '., ...! t"\-: .. ,

into No. 4 spot among league acor- j I Mayer already is a league record 0" ._ .. '' I'r-:.
era with two touchdowns boosting i I! holder as one of five boys who ';',.,' .. '
his season total in conference play!! have booted a field goal over the '. ,':
to 44 points with Ram quarterback'j!113 seasons. "Paul G. Rogers TampoT ft'ncP, .

Tommy Close next at 42. I I I Behind the two scoring leaders ********************************
The Belle Glade win that featured by only a point at 54 is Seacrest's "
last weekend's six-game card in j'Dan Gibson who scored as the

the league set up the title decision j Hawks dumped Forest Hill 120I istic country would be similated, I November 28 when Jafhea ,', W.. f-\.
for next week when five games all Saturday night. Sixth is his with leading citizens acting out Vann will speak on "Communism." xx

on Thanksgiving Eve will concludethe mate, Larry Henderson, at team-I I .: the parts. Churches and schools I :

campaign. Runnerup Pahokee, lowed by Ft. Pierce's Ernie would be closed and law abiding I '
a surprise 12-7 loser to Palm Beach sakis at 26 and Stuart's Kenneth people would be arrested and jail- I .I..t
I Patterson CircleAt 1'
Friday in a non-counting game Foote with'24. ed without cause. Mr. Johnson .L ".

will entertain the Rams and will I W L T Pet. a stated that then<< and only then Rardin Home \
tie them for the title with a win. Belle Glade 700 1.000 I could Americans be made to real .0
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But a tie result or a Belle Glade Pahokee 610 .857 ize and appreciate their real heri- The lone Patterson Circle.of.the-, "
victory in the 22nd. scuffle for the Lake Worth 420 .667 tage. ;
Canal Point Baptist Church met .
Bill Young Memorial Trophy will I Seacrest 421 .643 In keeping with the \
lock it up for the Rams. Pahokee I Forest Hill 440' .500 ing theme the luncheon ThanksglV-1 at the home of Mrs. Paul R rdIn,' 't
leads this series 10-9 plus two ties. Ft. Pierce 341 .4381 j decorated with Monday afternoon, with Mrs. Jl: Li:' !

Four teams are idle in this Stuart 250' .2861 fruit and autumn foliage by Mrs. I j'McCall, circle chairman presiding.Mrs. .

week's light schedule which car- Clewiston 160 Lloyd Hundley. On the piano, a W. S. Cross gave the open-
ries only three Friday games. Riviera Beach -. 070 .000 bronze container held yellow hibis- ing prayer. ..
Clewiston and Riviera conclude I I cus blossoms and variegated cro- Mrs. J. D. Latham, WMU president .
their with their match at CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
seasons ton leaves. "I
presented the first three
Riviera. Lake Worth visits Stuart BIG DIVIDENDS
I I Mrs. Leon Spooner was appoint- j i chapters of the mission study

cd chairman of the safety-belt j I "New Frontiers in an Old World",
" crusade which extends from No- assisted by Mrs. M. F. George and
vember 12 through December 31. Mrs. C. B. Jones.It .
MISS ALYCE JOYCE SPENCER Miss Heather Reed an outstand-f was announced that the Weekof

ing senior at Pahokee High School Prayer would be Dec. 3-7, and

Alyce Joyce SpencrEngagement and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. that circle members would deliver
Eugene Reed, was welcomed as the baskets to shut-ins for Thanks-
t ; ToldMr. new student member of the Club. giving.

I Her guest was Miss Gale Sears of Refreshments were served to ten I

I and Mrs. Andrew Jackson Canal Point. members and one visitor, Miss
5S55 S4 .: Spencer of Pahokee announce the The next meeting will be held on I Mattie Bain of Coates, N. C. .

r engagement and approaching mar- ..
riage of their daughter, Alyce :
'. Joyce, to William "Herbert Whit-
55 '5 S5Si comb, son of Mr. and Mrs. William

Alvan Whitcomb of 1539 Cathe- IN THIS ATOMIC AGE.
rine's Court, Jacksonville.Miss .
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Spencer, a graduate of Pa-

i: Sq ;I hokee i High School, attended Flor-
ida State University, Tallahassee,

aS'. graduated from Jones Business
/p Sask ti\2+ti' ;..3ti Zr. sic '' <, L1 .r iqU3 (? '' College, and holds a secretarial position -

C: RS tp :jyae in Orlando.Mr. .

Whitcomb, a graduate of
< +. :FkK.w\u aS Boone High School, Orlando, is a : .

,. senior at the University of Flor-
ida, majoring in physics and math-
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The wedding date has been set i .
; I :for December 30. 4 J

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: Just say the word = Dr. Charles Sears To ;,..1
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Open Ft. Pierce Office ;'. l: :: 1
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and suddenly you're' saving Charles Sears, DDS, son of Mr. I

and Mrs. H. H. Sears of Canal .
Point, is opening.. dentist's office r' a? '
in;.IheSProfessional Building across 't.- !.
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f the sjtreeV from -citytall at
JOIN: THE" PAYROLL" SAVINGS: PLAN Fort'; :Pierce. He Is planning: the;; 't.iiul "foR FETY' "<;J'i;'

opening? ; of his new office for Nqy.i4r .:; s- .... .1 -' .. '.' t< .,a

,0;.,;: WHER& YOU! WORK' V : graduate: -- _of,:V.;jPahokee High.' with COI1CItiTE :MASONRY

School, Dr. Sears attended: two "
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little to start years at the University of Florida,
It takes only seven words you on a ;-f
Gainesville, and two years at Flor- } Home builders using strong, durable concrete masonry .
program of automatic saving! "Put me on the '. ,
I. Payroll Savings Plan!1"' What's more, you don'thave ida Southern College Lakeland, have proven the lasting qualities of concrete block .t
\ before enrolling in the College of even in areas subjected to hurricanes,earthquakes or 'dis
to go far to say them. Just say them to your I
employer. He'll do all the work:. set aside the Dentistry at Emory University, astrous atomic blasts. If you're planning to build, look
I amount choose from check and deliver Atlanta, Ga., where he received his first to concrete masonry, the weather-proof termite
your '
Bonds when you've accumulated enough fora degree, Doctor of Dental Sugery, in proof decay-proof, fire-safe building material. For
your purchase. June of this year.Woman's quality block. precision made on Stearns equipment ,.
see us today.
The Bonds you buy now pay 2%% interest to
for 10 after Official Report of National CaoarataMamvjrAModation. :
maturity-and keep earning years
maturity.So Club Hear Chicago UlinoU M q 11,19S5.

say the word. Sign up now JohnsonRalph AVOID DESTRUCTION-WITH MASONRY CONSTRUCTION Bonds regularly where "' Ralph ,I
you work through the Payroll
Savings Plan.
Johnson, city attorney,
was.guest speaker at the luncheon I
meeting of the Pahokee Woman's I "

You save more than money with Club, Wednesday, with the presi- ",
.. dent, Mrs. C. M. Todd, presiding. '.,.

Attorney Johnson spoke on "Our .! ..'1

U.S. Savings Bonds American Heritage"and presentedit -. .. t,. ,
in' a novel way. He brought up BEId.16 '
tAit : the idea of having a new holiday,
TJU u.s. Government doe *oi JK1.lItIr adver&kf.TK PHONE 7185 BHONEWT 1Friday _
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Treasury Department thanks, for thetr pofrfew: called "Dictator's Day. On this i
donation, The Advertising Council od day the conditions of a Commun-

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f II. News Of The Churches I i '.Receive Mr.' and,,Mrs.Sclio1. A.\ R. dsE.LWaghon

spent the weekend in

i they attended the ff Miss Shirley Alyne Culberson

tation: of, the, the bride of James Lowe,

The Methodist Church First MethodistChurch; The Church Of God daughter Foundation Janette 1 of Mr. and Mrs Lloyd E. Lowe,

Canal Point FloridaRobert PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal man at FSU, and Ohio, Sunday after-
Nov. II, at the home of her
Point Road Gainesville. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
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A. Shelley, Pastor T. C. O'Steen Only one boy, and
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor chosen in Florida by; { 640 Bacom Point Road,

10:00 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Bureau Federation for Rev. Robert A. Shelley ,

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship -11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service award and they must J the ceremony before an
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship 6:45 p. .-MYF 7:45'p.. m.-Evangelistic Service from an active Farm altar of palms, decorat-

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:45 p. .-Evening Worship 8:00: p. m. Tuesday V.LtB. ily. Miss Harrington with baskets of white gladioli
MONDAY: TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. bee were chosen for white mums.

3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice. f 7:00 p. .-Vesper Choir prac- Cvcrycns:: welcome. Special: music tic 3 liievcr.cnts, : Miss Myra Jones, pianist, play-
TUESDAY: ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. their participation in the traditional wedding narch-
and Miss Dottie Lair
8:00 p. m. Woman's Society1st : c. IIa nn:ty actlvitis comp--
Tuesday2nd 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions ty and state levels. Mrs. Hugh Branch, .;xjloist
MONDAY: 8:30 p. .-Senior Choir prac- Shirley Culberson responded with an J.o cong "I Love You Jruly,"
I Prayer," and "With This
7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting tice rpcech.Mr. .
WEDNESDAY, I and Mr.3. ."
Weds James Lowe I
7:30 p. m.;...;..Prayer Meetiag .ThePahokee' attended the Florida Given in marriage by her father,
.- Church: Federati bride wore a ballerina length
reau n ,-
First Baptist Of The NazareneRev. I Miss Shirley Ann Kincaid u- .whre he served,as.a of Chantilly lace and nylon
4+ -.- over taffeta. The fitted bodice
of Mr. ,Gaston'Farris -
ghter and Mrs.
Church fashioned with fcabrina neck-
Pahokee Max D. Jones, Pastor I
Kincaid, Sri:, became the bride : outlined in see/: pearls and
433 Bacom Point Rd.
of Edwin Lee Wagnon, son of Mr. and had I.Ing tapered
SUNDAY Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882
and Mrs. Edwin. Ryan Wagnon; The bouffant skirt featur-
9:45-Sunday School. SUNDAY SERVICES: School
Saturday afternoon, November 10, tiers of .
lac .nd tulle in the
11:00- Worship 9:45
Morning. a. m.-Sunday School
at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Her veil of ilh:sion was at-
6:15-Training Union 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship I
Pahokee, with the Rev.. Francis to
I a headpiece of pearls and
7:30-Evening WorshipWEDNESDAY' 6:30 p. m.-Juniors ) Students of
Fennech officiating at the double and he cat.:ied a white
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening ring: ceremony.The I School spoke on the I a gift from the groom, top-
7:30-Prayer Service Evangelistic Service
WEDNESDAY: bride given in marriage by the school I with ivy sweethe.irt: roses and
her brother, Gaston Farris Kin- November meeting of with a white orchid.
7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer I
Canal Point caid, Jr., wore a gown of Chantilly Parent-Teacher's Mrs. Sheppard M. Pitts, matron
Baptist Church "Where you are a stranger but i lace with fitted bodice, offset Monday night,. in the honor, wore a gown of red slip-
once." with a bow of peau-de-soie.:; The with the president, I satin with scooped neckline

scooped neckline was trimmed inson Jr., presiding. fashioned with a peg-top
SUNDAY: with seed pearls and her shoulder Wayne Boynton, I She wore matching acces-:
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship Christian Science length veil of illusion was attached the student council, I and a matching headpiece
to a flowered pill box hat. Her chairman of the bouffant veil. She! carried a
6:30 p. m.-Training Union Group Of Canal Point bouquet of white roses was centered and Ronnie Tucker, of candy stripped carna-
7:30 p. m.Evening Worship
with orchids. served as master of .

WEDNESDAY 7:30 : Spiritual healing will be a topic I Mrs. Sheppard M. Pitts, Jr. of Those giving talks The junior bridesmaids, Beverly
p. m.-Prayer Meeting
!. dealt with at Christian Science Belle Glade, matron of honor, and cock, secretary, and and Deborah Culberson,
services Sunday in a Lesson-Ser- Miss Eva Gail Guthrie of :Miami, treasurer of the ; of the bride, wore identical
Church Of God, mon on the subject "Mortals and bridesmaid, wore identical sheath Bobby Kennedy, FF ; of red slipper satin with

Barfield HighwayPahokee Immortals." I dresses of burnt orange silk linen. Julia Johnson, I necklines and overskirts of

Scriptural selections will include I They carried bouquets of bronze Junior Classical organza. They wore match-

Fla. this verse from Matthew: "And mums. Young, co-editor. headpieces with brief veils.
J. W. Hughes, Minister when he had called unto him his Kim Kincaid of Orlando, niece of nual.Heather The bride's mother wore a two
Phone 924-3736 twelve disciples, he gave them I the bride was flower girl. Her Reed, pres dress of blue lace. An or-

SUNDAY: power against unclean spirits, to dress was white lawn over yellowand 1 j Spanish Club; fti8's corsage completed her cos
she wore a yellow pill box. She president of the D. ; .
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School cast them out, and to heal all man- I
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ner of sickness and all manner of carried a miniature basket of yel- Buddy- Lampi. Bill Drew served as best man ,
low rosebuds. senior class; Roger ; the
7:30: p. m.-Evangelistic Ser- disease." groom. Ushers were Ed- I
David Simmons best I president"of the junior ; Culberson .
viceTUESDAY One of the correlative citationsto was man brother of the ,
: be read from "Science and for the groom. I Plumer, editor of the and Thomas Culberson, I

7r30 p. m.-Prayer Service Health with Key to the Scriptures"by For her daughter's wedding, paper; Diane Hollon, of the bride.A .
Mrs. Kincaid chose sheath of I FHA; Connie
THURSDAY: Mary Eaker Eddy states: a reception was held following
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ "Every day makes its demands beige lace with matching.accessor- assistant, and Mike ceremony. The refreshment I

Service upon us for higher proofs rather ies. The mother of' the groom worea ident of the Beta Club.It was laid with a cloth of lace

than professions of Christian power. sheath of mauve lace with brown was announced centered with a crystal punch ,
and white accessories. Both was received by the encircled \
wore with ivy. Those
St., Peter's Lutheran These proofs consist solely in
of orchids. Halloween Carnival. Mrs. \
the destruction of sin, sickness, corsages purple were Rufus Woods,
Church, Belle Glade and death by the power of Spirit, Following the ceremony, a reception I Girl Scouts of Edward Culberson and Mrs.
the bride's(the direction 'of Mrs. Culberson. Mrs. Carlos
is was given! by Sloan
as Jesus destroyed them.
August Koerber, Pastor an element of' progress, and prog- parents in the social hall of the Ii i son, led the opening I in charge of the bride's book.

601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade ress is the law of God, whose law First Baptist, Church. Assistingwere Ora Smith gave the I For traveling, the bride wore a t
SUNDAY: i demands of us only what we can. Mrs. Carl T. Cone, Mrs. Ellis I Mrs. Mae Laflin's dress of embroidered, orchid
Murphy, Mrs. Chester Mullis, Mrs. room count in the with beige accessories. Her
Divine Services 11 A. M. certainly fulfil. (p. 233)). ,
School 9:45 A. M. I Melrose Thompson, Mrs. A. B. School, and R. G. I was the orchid from her
.. DeGraw Miss Penny Norris Miss eighth grade won in I ,

Charles Maxsons Dale' Martyn, Mrs. Nancy: Meyer, Following the Mrs. Lowe, a graduate of Pa- I
Holy Nativity Miss Wynette Sheffield Miss Doris ments were served High School, is employed

Episcopal Church Fete Wedding PartyMr. Wagnon Miss Sue Clark,. Miss Parrish, Mrs. \V. S. Everglades Insurance Ag- '

Pahokee Lisa Hardwick and Miss Joyce Mrs. Glenn Brower.OutofTown. Pahokee. The bridegroom, a 1
: and Mrs. Charles Maxson Goodson. .. of Valley High School, ..

Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar entertained with a dinner at their The bride, a graduate of Paho Ohio, is associated with
SUNDAY: home in Canal Point, Thursday kee High School,' attended ,Palm Glades Correctional Institu- 1

10 a. m.-Sunday School evening, for Miss Betty Jean Clark Beach Junior, College and is:,cur- Attend : at Belle Glade. \. t
11:00. a. m.-Worship Service and John H. Gandy and members rently employed by PrattWhitneyas -, Following a honeymoon at }Mi-f
.. of their wedding party, followingthe a secretary. .. r Out guests. i Beach,"Mr. and Mrs. Lowe''';; I

Canal Point First rehearsal at the Canal Point The groom served in the US,Air wedding and reside at 142*; North Barfield.l Ii, i

Methodist Church Force for; four years following"his: Shirley Ann Kincaid y, Pahokee. ;.
Baptist Church: The dining table was laid witha graduation from Pahokee High Lee Wagnon on Out-of-town guests at the wed-."
: .1 white cutwork cloth over pink School in 1955. He is associated were Mr. and Mrs. : included Mr. and Mrs. W. E. I

Elder R. E. Barfield and centered with an arrangementof with Hector Supply Company in sons, Wendell and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Cur-

SUNDAY: pink hibiscus and fern. The Belle Glade. daughters Ruth and ; : all of West Palm Beach; Mr.
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School scene was lighted with tall pink Following a honeymoon on the Phyllis Peck; Mr. and' Mrs Merle Enfinger and Mrs.

11:00 a. .-Morning' Worship tapers in white milk glass holders: East Coast of Florida Mr.. and Hardwick; Mr. and Stamps of Opalocka; Mrs.
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. Invited guests in addition to the Mrs. Wagnon will make their homeat Cone and children, ; McCormick, Margate;

8:00 p. .-Evening Worship. honorees.were Rev. and Mrs. Rob- 2391 Airport Road, Pahokee. Miss Penny Drew, West Palm Beach, and .

WEDNESDAY: ert A. Shelley, Miss Sylvia Gandy, .. .i Mr. and Mrs: Char ; and Mrs. Chandler McHwain
7:30 .
p. -Midweek. Prayer Mrs. James Orlando Miss Velma Mr. and Mrs. Al Fort Lauderdale.
Pat Has
Service Murphy .
Williams, Mr. md Mrs. Charles Mrs. John Caporini; :
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS
: Brown Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ar- Birthday Party ins; Mike Pfeifer and RETURNS
7:30 m.-Ladles
p.Meeting. Auxiliary rieto, Herman Earl Clark, Mr. and Smith, all of West C. L. Stuart of Canal Point re-

Mrs. H. C. Clark, Lewell Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Murphy entertained Mr. and Mrs. Don home Wednesday night
4 ; Miss Myra Jones, Mrs. Mamie ,at.their home, November Mr. and Mrs. Robert Raleigh, N. C. where he at-
St. Mary's Catholic Gandy and Mrs. Jessie Hughes. 6, with an outdoor l hamburger fry I ami; the convention of the Oliver I

Church honoring their son, Pat, who was Mrs. Roy Brown I Company. Enroute home I

t t t. Dr., and; Mrs, R. R. Long and. celebrating the fifteenth anniver- Debbie Jean, Kathy visited his son-in-law and \
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Father Francis Fehnech, Pastor son, Rarnmie; returned.Wednesday sary of his birthday.- Guests were Ethel; Mr and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Walk- j
Sunday Mass 11:30: a. nC rom Coatsyille Ind, where they; ten classmates and friends of the Thompson and and their three children in i

Confessions. ;before M&sa,; ,attended, the.i.iuneruIi services for honoree.Mr. 'of Belle Glade; and Ala. :
t.. .. ..x...... -I Dr.Longis mgt2lerMrsE.: R. Canada and Mrs. Chester.Mullis assisted Carl T. Cone and' son,

Mrs. Clarence:'Maxwell1 returned which. "__:werg'hgd 1.MfenjSay.. the hosts'.enterla.1ning.. :and Mr. and. Mrs. A. and Mrs. J. L. Humphrey, ,
tP her hom egpce ,' 'iP ..', .M&,. ML MJD Jo< ..Beahan of f ;all of BelleGlade.-p } >. I j : have,returned: from Alamo, Ga. E
fjx>m St. Mars!I. Hospital West Eau Gallic were the weekend d i David Jones of JGainesyille.s ent they attended,the funeral '

Palm, Beard wbere. .''she-was'a'a sur- guests of ittrand' Mrs; Russell Monday night with, his. mother, 1 CLASSIFIED 1 J hia, niece, Miss Fay McGhee, on j

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.. : f::" "" Members of the Faye Taylor met my humble way may I say Sylvia Parrish returned 1
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-' Xt, of Mary thanks to all of my friends, the Monday to her duties at Orange '
>>t..rx..w-::." : \ with Mrs. Christine Hatfield as
staff of Everglaues Memorial Memorial Hospital School of. Nurs. \
co-hostess and Mrs.. ,Sybil Crews --
W : ; circle chairman presiding. Hospital and Dr. Gist for my beingso ing in Orlad';; following a visit i
well now. Your cards here with her Mr. and /
j4,, T The program "Christ for the I prayers parents
4.4 ? I Whole Wide World" was presented flowers and so many numerous Mrs. F. S. Parrish and sister. Deb- I

-J by Mrs. Bertie Andrews, assisted services were mine and only God 'bie.. Miss Parrish has just completed .1
I-/4' ''1, ) ) I by Mrs. Hatfield Mrs. Bonnie knows how grateful I am. Thanksfor a special training course in \

( ( Todd, Mrs. Sybil Crews Mrs. Ruth I everything. psychiatric nursing at the State

,J:;,/, ; I Douglas, Mrs. Louise Angel and I MYRTLE ECHOLS I Hospital in Chattahoochee.

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4)/' .1 The delivery of Thanksgiving I II 4 lit 1 I I'-I 1--M -t'IIt-L-- 'i-l-H--l--i-n-l.I I HIM I' I-M'I-M--1 !--
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2'9 The December meeting will fea-
-fra I ture a Christmas party and will be .

held at the home of Mrs. Ruth LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
4 k I Douglas.

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1 'I) Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. R. FRANK 8AXA3S V, AND
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I Abacus: Mrs. Paul C. Kohr who before her marriage on SALES and SERVICE itI

28,was Miss Amanda Gretchen Pitts of Pahokee. The young I
make their home on Baoom Point Road in Pahokee. I Heating Air Conditioning AppliancesJt&8& ,

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I % !>V..l lMIjIM W"MIM1J1.Y..Ii&.V..I.l.M4J; \LIjIMLIjIM! Wj1L1IlM; V..lflY'.Ii&.V..Ii&.V..IjMil.\l.IM1J1.Y..Iil.\.l.&ilM.l\Lo; ; ;1WM; U; "
CHANCERY 62 C 2304-E .
W.J,ADAMS and D. A. ADAMS. : Regular :)
Plaintiffsvs : : -
ESTATE. RIGHT. TITLE OR INTEREST : The four circles of the : still the biggestPENNY
REAL ,PROPERTY HEREIN DE ; Missionary :Union of the : ," .
THEREOF, : First Baptist : 'if;

NOTICE TO Defendants APPEAR : regular November

SUIT TO QUIET TITLE the homes of members on .
Defendants.. OR Greetings ANY PART: THEREOF. sented by Mrs. David in the

You are hereby notified that a proceeding gram chairman, at the' ( .
to quiet title has been broughtin the Betty Mills Circle held \
the Circuit Court for Palm Beach Farm
County. Florida. against all persona home of Mrs. C. R. w: I Budget
claiming any estate. right, title or Interest with the circle chairman
In. or lien upon the following
described real property. situate In Claude Shirley Sr., I ; .
Palm Beach County. Florida, to-wlt: Unwin was assisted by
The Northwest Quarter (NW', ) of
the Southwest Quarter (SW) 'of Collier Mrs. C. L. I ) l!,
.the Southeast Quarter (SE) of Mrs.: Wetherington and
Section 9. Township 46 South. "
Range 36 East. containing 10 acres Wilkinson, Jr. L Th H
more or less. The home mission
and you. and* each of you. are hereby I November will be the
required to file your answer tb the \
complaint filed In this suit against baskets. of fruit to -
you on or before December 10. 1962 In I Refreshments were
the office of the Clerk of the above
styled court and to serve a copy of your I nine members and Mrs. T.
answer on the Plaintiff's Attorney of nington a guest.The k
record1. Thadd Whldden. whose address \
is P. O. Box 705. Pahokee. Florida not December meeting f Crn"t
later than December 10, 1962. held at the home of Mrs. C. .
Herein fall not or a Decree Pro Con- :
fesso will be entered against you. and ley, Jr. : : '\; .
each of you. by default. Members of the Lottie : .
.- WITNESS my hand and seal of raid I -
this Circle met at the home "
Court at West Palm Beach. Florida. m'r;
-7th day of 'November 1962. circle chairman, Mrs. r ., ,'..!'.."-4 "' i
J. ALEX ARNETTE I : ) ) .. .
Clerk of the Circuit Court Crady who presided. Stop and think. Practically everything

Circuit f''tf Court By Seal Thaddle) P. Plant the Whole Wide World" r.2ilrit/I, t, has gone up in cost. Inflation. ; : '

ft. ,; Deputy Clerk topic of the program I" : I IiI Yet the average price paid per KWH for
Publish November 9. 16. 23 30, 1962 Mrs. Crady, Mrs. F. G. FPL electricity is actually lower now ;
Mrs. J. C.
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I Mrs. W. A. Stevens.It I years ago. Cheap electricity
FLORIDA IN AND FOR PALM was announced that ,, \ handles scores of chores and the

BEACH IN CHANCERY COUNTY 62C2305DLESLIE ,\ cember meeting will be held I more you use it, the more you benefit.,

SMITH.Plaintiff :: home of Mrs. W. A. Keen 0' In countless ways, electricity helps

-vs- .: I. Christmas party featuring I make YOUR farm more profitable

ANNIE BELL Defendant SMITH. :: change of gifts. 'i your home more comfortable

NOTICE OF SUIT were served by the hostess -..', -. your leisure more enjoyable.
You are hereby notified that Leslie 'VorldAwareDess":
Smith has filed a Bill of Complaint topic of the program
against you for divorce and you are
Mrs. Tommie H. DuBose
required to serve a copy of your answer '\
to the complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney meeting of the Grace
Thad'd Whldden. P. O. Box 705.
Circle held at the home
Pahokee. Florida., and file the original
answer in the office of the Clerk of the Frank Thompson, with the
Circuit Court of Palm Beach County,
chairman Mrs. E. B.
West Palm Beach Florida. on or before -
the 10th day of December. 1962: if siding Mrs. DuBose was
you fall to do so. judgment by default
Mrs. Hammond
by Mary ,
will be taken against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint. R. Henderson :Miss Jane
1962.DATED this 7th day of November. Mrs.: H C. Graham Mrs. -fiN 1q / )tAf.g.mJ.l.l! };! z 4 .

J. ALEX ARNETTE! I Douthit and Mrs. E. B.
Clerk of the Circuit Court 'The November community -- ...IT'S CHEAPER. TOO
(Circuit Court Seal)
By Thaddle P. Plant will be the delivery of

Publish Thadd Whldden November Deputy 9. 16.Clerk 23 30. 1962 giving The December baskets. meeting FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANYHELPING

Attorney for Plaintiff held at the home of Mrs. BUILD FLORIDA"WT
P. 0. Box 70SPahokee .
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