The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
November 23, 1962
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note:
Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note:
Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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(1/ Pahokee Sponsors NEW At 14-14 Seniors Of Pahokee Area Youths Win

BELLE Visit Junior College.

I( Union ServicesThe More than 50 Devils & Rams The Senior Class of Pahokee 4-H Club AwardsNancy

Tuesday night High School spent last Thursday
Union Thanksgiving Ser- Belle Glade to the biggest crowd of visiting Palm Beach Junior Col- Harrington of Canal
vice,-sponsored by the Pahokee of another fans ever to witness a lege, where they were taken on a Point, was installed as area vice-
Canal Point Ministerial Associa- be located in in Pahokee, the Pahokee guided tour by members of a stu- president, and Teddy :McCall also
tion, was held at the First Methodist Glade. The tied the Belle Glade dent club, the Circle K Kiwanis.The of Canal Point, was installed as
Church in Pahokee Thursday tion committee Rams at 14-14 in one of Pahokee Seniors were accompanied boy's state representative to the
morning when the following program McCabe, displays of foot ball to by Principal Brooks State Council of 4-H Clubs duringthe
was presented. er Curtis on Lair Field. Henderson and Guidance Counselor fourth annual 4-H awards pro-
Prelude-Miss Dottie Lair, or- Tucker, Harold tie still gave the Rams, Vance Denton. gram held Saturday night at the
ganist. Dooley and in their first nine Mount's Building, West Palm
Call to Worship combined the Suncoast Conference Beach, under the direction of the
Annual Bazaar Is
choirs of:the city, Mrs.. Lester Pahokee finished Palm Beach County Agricultural
Hatton, director. with a 7-2-1 record. Agents and the Home Demonstration -
Invocation Rev. Thomas C.O'Steen the 190-pound junior, Scheduled Dec. 6 Agents. .
host pastor. For Sarah Web Pell's singlewing of- The grand champion livestock
Hymn-"We Gather Together." beautifully against a Belle awards were 4-H jackets, given
Lord's Prayer Rev. Guthrie defense which had earned Plans for the annual bazaar I by the Livestock Association and
I Colvard, pastor of the First Baptist I I Services for the No. 5 spot in the were made at the meeting of the I were awarded in this area to Lynn
Church of Pahokee, with 77, who died Nov Canal Point Garden Club held in Nicely, Teddy McCall and Susan
choral response. residence in Turkey Day eve games the Community Building, last Bitting.
Anthem, "Let Not Your HeartBe extended illness walloped Lake Worth Thursday, with the president, Mrs. The: Palm Beach County Farm
Troubled" Mrs. Hugh Branch, Saturday Forest Hill defeated ;.Glenn Powell, presiding. The bazaar Bureau award (a sweater) for the
soloist. kee First Beach and Okeechobee roll- will be held Thursday, December outstanding boy, was presented to
Scripture Reading-Rev. J, W. Rev., Thomas C. 51 points over Stuart's 6, from 6 to 9 p. m. at the Teddy McCall.
Hughes, pastor of the Church of A native of egg. Community Building.Mrs. Best secretary of the year
God on Barfield Highway. she had been a J. W. Ludlam of Pahokee award in the junior girls division
Worship with tithes and offer kee for eight demonstrated the construction of was received by Linda Keene -of
Will Honor
ings. Doxology. West Palm Christmas arrangements. Amongthe Pahokee.
Anthem, "With a Voice of Singing member of the materials used were native Certificate winners in the girl's
." combined choirs, accompanied -I Kentucky.. Ruth Meredith' pine cones and mahogany pods. division were Pamela Partney and
by Miss Dottie Lair, organ- Survivors The next meeting of the Club Linda Nix.County .
.: Hatton,.Sr.. and will be held at the home of Mrs.C. medals were awarded to
Sermon-Rev. Max ; both of ; of her work of B. Stringari on December, 20, Mike McCall, agricultural; Teddy .
pastor of the Nazarene Church. Mrs. Julia in the city Mrs. and will feature the annual white McCall, dairy; and Ross Harrington -
Benediction-Rev. J. H. Kinard, Beach; one sister : Meredith: who recently ob- Christmas gift exchange.The agricultural and gardening.
pastor of the Church of God of I ton, Oneida, Ky. her birthday anniversary, hostesses, Mrs. A. H. County medals: in the girl's division -
Prophecy.' Sevenfold Amen. I ren, and 19, honored by the planting of I Scruggs, Mrs. Floyd Erickson and were awarded to Princie!
Postlude.The Grandsons who tree in a local park, Mrs. J. G. Ford served refresh- Pennington home economjcg;
entire offering received at I bearers were announced at the meeting I ments to the members and to a Marsha Pennington, frozen foods;
the service will be used by the Joe Hatton, Jr., Pahokee Garden Club, Tues- visitor Mrs. A. E. Early. Linda Keene health; Edna Cooper -
Ministerial Association to meet its Hatton, William at the home of Mrs. safety; Janette Harrington,
numerous charity calls. Buckner, Louis Sasser."H"H Friend. poultry; Nancy Harrington, ento-
... Salvatore, Thor D. M. Hillier, program Lions Hear About mology; Lodus Gray dairy foods
Zaccagnino. presented Mrs. J. W. Pahokee P. 0. Growth demonstration, and Peggy Bitting
Burial was at who demonstrated the dress revue.
; To Hear morial Park in
Baptists of holiday arrangements. Postmaster E. A. Jensen was The awards were presented by
I j with the adult leaders and county
C. A. :Major reported on the the speaker at the luncheon meeting -
of Pahokee in
of the Christmas fruit- agents. I
Japan Missionary I ments. of the Pahokee Lion's Club. "
Tuesday, with the president, Kyle
I Lloyd Hundley, garden the- Scott, presiding.Mr. DCT Club Chooses I
.Dr. and Mrs. James P. Satter- chairman displayed minia- Jensen stated that duringthe
white and their children of Japan| Annual I which to
cornucopias were 20 year period from 1942 to an
will be the guests of the First to the local hospital estimated 1962 figure, the gross Officers For YearDavid
Baptist Church of Pahokee on Canal on the patients dinner receipts at the Pahokee Post Of-
Sunday, December 2nd. on Thanksgiving Day. fice, had increased 207 percent.
Dr.; Satterwhite was born in president, Mrs. Jess Elliott During the five year period from Sullivan was elected

;; :. ., '..Henderson: ,, North Carolina, but The annual presided urged .members: to 4.956 to 1961, receipts showed a 37 president of the Diversified Coope-
.' :;.j: grew up in Sebring, Florida. He Point ,Garden me outside Decorating: .for percent increase. rative Training Club at a meeting
;,';,_ t. : attended the University of Florida Thursday, The postmaster further stated held:,recently ,at Pahokee High
.t'.f at.GainesvilleR earned his doctor Community announced; that members that the Pahokee Post Office now School. Other officers .elected for
r .i. of medicine degree at Boman Gray 6, p. ..mMe.n'be; ; to view the Christmas! has' J3 employees and has an annual the school year are Linda Adams
.. School .. College at? Winston-Salem.. North will be a bake of Mrs. Faye Lewis in everyone to make their Christmas 'secretary arid treasurer.
--. Carolina. He also studied at the plants and Osborne Estates. mailings early, and explained why The purpose of the DCT pro-
London (England) School of Hygiene will be offered on Christmas dec- first class postage should be usedon gram ,is to give[ students practical
and Tropical Medicines. He 1 the bargain will be held at the Mount's Christmas cards. He announcedthat experience in their chosen profes-
served in the U. S. Army Medical terested in the in West Palm Beach on the new postage rates will not sions while still in school, accord- j
Corps in Japan 1947-1949. 1 the '"white 30. Those planning to attend go into effect until January 7. ing to John H. Howell, coordinatorand
Appointed by the Foreign Mission C. B. Stringari D. M. Miller, Mrs. C. L. Billy Ray Mosley reported that Club sponsor. Students participating J.

Board of the Southern Baptist -I man of the : Sr., Mrs. L. W. Arm plans were..--- -made---- at-- the--- _meeting n_-..--0 in the program spend
Convention in 1952, Dr. Sat Mrs. Frank Friend and I of the house committee, Monday I half of each day working for local -
terwhite went to Kyoto, Japan Rev. Jess Elliott. night, to hold the first meeting in employers.
.. and there directed the construction -I was made that the Club's new building on Tues- .
of the hospital that he headed To Church i will not hold a meeting day, Dec. 4. Members brought Family Gathering
until 1962, when he resigned the utensils to the luncheon, Tuesday I
position that it might be given to Rev. Robert of the Sod Busters to be used in the Club's new Weeks Home, Chosen
a Japanese. Mrs. Satterwhite, a the Canal Point were guests. Additional visit- kitchen.
registered nurse, is the former was the pastor were Mrs. Jim Vandegrift, Guests were H. B. McCall, The home of Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
Altha Smith of Stanley, North Thanksgiving Rembert Guy and Mrs. Jack deputy district governor; Wm. ray Weeks in Chosen will be the
Carolina. the Canal Point ; Rhodes, president of the Belle scene of a family gathering on
'I The Satterwhites have four yesterday Glades Lions Club and D. B. Mathis Thanksgiving Day. Those attend
r children: James 16, Stephen 13., Members from THE ELLIOTTS ., all of Belle Glade. ing will be his parents Mr and
I David 10, and Carol 7. 'I in attendance. Wheeler of Moultrie, Ga. is Jimmy Vandegrift,was the guest Mrs. Inman Weeks; her parents.
Dr. Satterwhite will speak at the the weekend with his of student member, Mike Watkins. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Keen; and Mr.
morning worship hour December Hiss Faith and sister, Mr. .. and,Mrs W. C. Darden all of Pa.
2nd and in the evening 6:15.8:30 I nesday from Mrs. Jess Elliott and his Mack Jaudon of Atlanta. Ga. is hokee; Mr, and Mrs. Luther Davis
he and Mrs.. Satterwhite will give I a student at Mrs. Emma Wheeler, who spending the weekend here with of Clewiston, and Mr. and Mrs.,
demonstrations of their work in and is visiting from a recent ill- his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Elsworth Keen.. and son. Kaye, of
Japan. and Mrs. Paul and Mrs. Wiley TiHIs. Arcadia.

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---o .r.ii __ _. The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, November_ 23, 1962-=

sion that business "has a right to Rev. Trevette Weeks Miss Hammond Is

ter.t make a profit." Ordained Nov. 18 Honored With Tea
"Nothing could be farther from

the truth" says the Chamber. Rev. Trevette Weeks receivedhis Mrs. Curtis A, Thompson Sr.

"The only right which business has ordination last Sunday, Nov. entertained at her home on East

in a free enterprise economy is 18, at the Bethlehem Baptist Main Street Belle Glade, Saturday

I the right to run risks in the hopeof Church in Victoria, Alabama afternoon with a tea in compliment -
where he has accepted the pasto to Miss Lynette Hammondof
As as this
earning a profit. long
rate. Rev. Weeks studied for the Pahokee, bride-elect of John T.
freedom remains unabridged so- ministry at the Baptist. Bible Institute Thompson.

Q ciety is giving business all it can Graceville, Florida, and is Hostesses assisting :Mrs. Thompson -
ask." still attending classes there. were Mrs. Curtis A. Thompson -

When you need the statistics Jr., Mrs. James Wierengo and

concerning business failures it's TALLAHASSEE VISITORS 1 I Mrs. Douglas Thompson.A .

The Rardin Building; In Canal Point, FloridaTHE pretty obvious that a_lot of people Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Larrimoreand color motiff of pink and

OKEECHO8EE misjudge the risks they're taking daughter, Sharon of Tallahassee white was used in decorating and
when they start a new business, or formerly of. Pahokee, arespending refreshments. The table was laid
try to keep one going on an out the Thanksgiving weekend with a cloth of white lace and

THE EVERSLADES NEWSServing moded basis. here with his mother Mrs. Ida centered with an oblong floral ar
The risks in business and agriculture Larrimore. rangement. The scene was lighted

the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region Without too, have become more .. with pink tapers in silver candel-
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years complicated in recent years. It abra. Appointments were of sil-
Established March 11,1924 Published Every Friday : takes a lot of good judgment-a ver. 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tabb of _
important factor in sound I ..'."
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe very Largo, who lived in Pahokee for .j t!
management to _evaluate the
many years are visiting her brother E. R. Canada will arrive this '
.Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn risks in both fields of endeavor.
Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class :Matter .. and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.J. weekend from New Winchester: j
E. Spooner and other relatives Ind. to visit his son and daughter- 1

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Brownie Troop 113 here this week. in-law. Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Long.Monday t

In Regular Meeting
will be held to a steadier trend. -

Th f .iVW1iJont i s Brownie Troop, 113 met Tuesdayat 7iVMar v3yfr
e =
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:;;: Labor costs are an important the home of Mrs. W. M. Weathers

item in agriculture's expenses for adult leader..(Mrs. Guy Wood \

.by production, and the trend has been i is also a Troop leader.) Cattle Sales.
I. oaylefAerfdo steadily upward in recent years.: The Brownies worked on tender.
foot requirements, and learned to i
Two recent items which came to display and use the flag. I Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market t
my attention give an interesting
Kay Mills served refreshmentsto which is owned and than 120 ,
Ospr n a.+.,., picture of what's happening on the operated by more
members of the Troop. Last
,. labor front in other fields. Florida Cattlemen.You'll .
week a marshmallow roast was
So much emphasis is being given One is a report by Associated held following the meeting. enjoy the excellent service you receive here
these to in
days new developments
Industries of Florida detailingsome
the space race that we're apt to of the terms on which the Theresa .Weathers- reporter. at this Market. We make an effort at all times to givean

lose sight of significant achievements Teamsters Union has been bar CHICKEN SUPPERA outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us
in other fields. One exampleis gaining for contract with
a new chicken supper will be held a trial.
an important breakthroughthat about 1,500 trucking firms in the at the Community Building in Ca-
has been made in crop research New York City area. i -:-:o.HHHHHH-+
nal Point on the night of Friday,
Another is a new process
Included among things soughtby December 7, according to members
sharply reducing the time requiredfor SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1
the union are: 35 hours of of the Church of God of p.
making a ton of steel.
guaranteed pay per week, even if Prophecy. The usual delectablefood
The University of Nebraska has no work is available; one day's will be served they said.

announced the development there pay plus two days off for any workon Glades Livestock Market J

of a new hybrid wheat which Saturday Sunday or any one of ----

yields about 25 per cent more than 12 holidays including Columbus ASSOCIATIONOn !

current varieties. In one test, the Day; pay for all holidays, includ- Classified Ads "
yield was 120 bushels per acre. ing member's birthday; a week Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

It probably will be some time before off with pay in case of death' in .. Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager f ft
the new wheat is availablefor the family; full chiropractic and FOR SALE: New and used WiUya l|

growers. It has.been in the..research 'dental care while employed and Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage M &$ y&s*$>
stage for quite awhile. But after retirement; a pension of In Belle Glade Phone 3058.

it is possible that, once it has been $200 per month after 20 years of Oct. 17-54-ch "- - --- --.- .'- ---- -

proved out, farmers could grotv work; and employer to supply FOR SALE: Pflueger wind reel '!
enough for American needs on while member is on the job, safety
parts. Ask for Walker at Fear'sDepartment 1
about one-third less acres than are shoes, winter coat, gloves, jacket,
Store in Belle Glade.
now planted. shirt and pants. 11.23.3tc I I

You can see, therefore, why CHRISTMAS IS MERRIER

agricultural economists have been The second item is the strike FOR RENT: One furnished apart- 1 1I

talking about the probability we'll called by the Newspaper Guild ment to accommodate 4 congenial -

be needing 50 million fewer acres against the country's largest men. Reasonable price. Good

for agriculture in coming years. newspaper-the New York Daily Location. Call W. P. Pope in Canal IN YOUR OWN HOME j
News. The Guild asked a straight Point at 924-2391. 11-23-ltc I e

At Cleveland recently a big steel 10 per cent pay increase, a 30- "I.
FOR RENT One furnished apart- f fI fI
company turned out a 235-ton hour work week and various fringe .
ment with 3 bedrooms, bath and I .
batch of steel in a recordbreaking benefits.
40 minutes in a basic oxygen Note the work week demands by kitchen for men only. Call W. P. .
Pope in Canal Point at 9242391. GIVE YOUR FAMILY
and the Guild
furnace. This is a comparativelynew both the Teamsters I
type of facility which Time Both mean higher costs. Both con-
magazine reports was invented in. firm the trend I've mentioned before PROFITABLE established Vend- I I

Austria. toward a work week shorter ing Machine routes, Modest investment i I
ThV 40-minute time c compares than 40 hours. _required. Write P. O. THIS CHRISTMAS I

with about 8 hours required in an Business economists estimate Box 27004 Jacksonville 5, Florida. J!

open hearth or other melting pro that a reduction in the basic workweek 1123ltpd.WE If you are one of the young couples with children who are still 'i
cess. The new oxygen .furnace from 40 to 35 hours withouta
:costs about half as much to reduction in pay, could increase: HAVE HEARD of folks who renting a home or apartment because you feel that you can't 1

an open hearth. It is expectedto : labor costs in business by as muchas' have rooms for rent and rooming afford to buy a home- .
lower production costs. about, 25 per cent If the nation main houses for rent._ A small ad right

:$3 a ton.You Mains its current yearly rate of increased here might turn the trick Why not

can- expect to set all the productivity. try it? It is a small cost1.00 a WE REMIND YOU)1))1

big steel companies utilizing this *. aIn week. I
type of equipment as they striveto a rep ent issue of its "Wash '
FOR RENT. A furnished 2BR
put their industry in a positionto ington Report," the U. S. Chamber HOME OWNERSHIP i
CBS house on St. Lucie Canal at
meet foreign competition. And of Commerce notes that many 1
Port Phone 9245584.Oct. .
its possible farm equipment costs businessmen are under the impres- 5 tfGOTTA WAS NEVER EASIER _

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A ROOM for rent? A .
small ad in this column will get
Have Your Down Payment Now?
the job done. It only costs a dollar. lJ
Call 924-2661. J
No Money DownThe j If you've located the home, you want and you have your f

WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIR. down payment, you're ready' to see us about a low cost home r
Bulova watches Radios. Watch t
House of Your-Choice ;bands. Clocks. Fishing.and.hunting loan. tI I

licenses. Greyhound and Trailways :
On Your Lot !locket[ agency. CANAL POINTS This, is to come, because we specialize in loans to -buy

ORT SHOP Phone 924-7787. homes. We know just what to do to see that your loan is quickly I II

., PLANS AVAILABLE'r N23ch.FOR .I : processed and how to arrange easiest terms. .
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SALE: Maytag Gas Range

I, used very little bargain. Phone .
Fast Action 924-7600. Everglades Federal ;

1 HELPV : Male Must
Call or See have a car. Life Insurance Debit
And Loan Association t ;
$90.00 per week starting salary. Savings -

HUNT REAL ESTATE. NOW Free retirement benefits and other .. 40 $\ W. AVE.. "B" PHONE WY6-2067 -,, l.
PAH'OKEEJ 'E PHONE 927933 I fringe benefits. Contact Osce- !:'! WBELLE" LADE, FLORIDA r- ') ,

ola Upthegrove In Canal Point at .
9245783. Nov9tf I.


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<,' Q:,How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every sib:: months for the life of the Bond. A
4 .-." A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into You buy. E Bonds at 75% of face value and theinterest A
,.fS. ._ $25.OO fourteen mont1. faster than the old rate. accumulates to.maturioH Bonds provide .l....
t.' .... : Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses, while E Bonds build a .
"" nest for the future. Tnatte why retired
egg many
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people: H Bonds and famines saving for; say, a .t
,.,'>:" With Series H Bonds the 10-year maturity period .cHilds!? education, buy E Bonds. <1&
.t ."t stays the same interest is paid you each V
.\. '\\ six months.With both E and,H Bonds.the!new.rate Q:In what denominations can 1 buy series E and series .*
A works out'to.2*%for-the first year and.a hall then H'Botids? iA tao

A-. -::. r a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. As E Bonds: $25 (cost,$18.75), $50 (cost $37.50)), $100 ,:.
e .. 1 H ;t Q:When did the new rate become effective? (cost'$'15.'OO)to $200 (cost $150.00), $500 I ;
-c.> r'.. r V A: June 1,1959. (cost $375foO, $1,000 (cost $750.00), ";s
s $?-O'OOO.e, St$7! 00.00). 'wgs"
Q:Does the new rate change the Bonds I bought beH.Bonds .
{, : $500, $1JOOO; l 000 and $10,000. They 4:
.m1,. fore June; 1,1959? are .priced'at! .face value. ,, .
::, _: .A AlL>bloer! E'and H,more now.-an extra ,v.
Q How fe U'S'Bonds? .
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%% from,now tjn, when nelxTitp.maturity..mie n- .. v
, ,4-iq ;" fr..' 'crease lakes effect in the'first full interest'Iie od A: Savings Bonds are.a vabaolutely riskless way to ":;0
after'J"aneL save. The United States Government guarantees :
.. ..... .":. the cash value of your"Bonds will-not drop, that it ,
., Q:Will the Bonds I own automatically earn their new can only grow.. : 4.?

4 .,: rate'- ? Q What if my Bonds should be lost, stolen or destroyed 4.*
V \ A: Yea You don need. to do a WoU.U6-just hold on to ? <.,;>
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'...,. ;" A: You can't Jose. Every Bond purchased is recorded :
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# meana'OurZ Bon35&ill automatically fcecp earn- : Buy anylJlWA.uuva. ASa'
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, J. Q:With the new interest rate, should I cash in jay old n have gyiy amount you name automatically deI' ,
%: ; Bonds andiwry new ones? ducted evSy payj&y. The Bonds you buy! by :::
I' ; A: No. Tha automatic $ % Increase onakss jjt tmnec- installments are delivered to you automatically* :
a too.Your bank will take ;order'for H/Bonds. 4 +
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-t c, .to xetain ourpre" .Bonds.hHbVr a:How do I kelp.strengthen America' peace power'

,. ..:. ( are series H Bonds different from series. HBonds wlien r&oyTftS. S ngs. Bonds?' i

4.10 ? k Peace costs ononey-money for military strengtliand1
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I Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jaudon of David' SiJ 1onson, and Bob Her- I Mr. and Mrs. Luther Davis of

Bowling Green are the house shey of Bal Harbor, Maine, room- Clewiston were the dinner guestsof

L' j PERSONAL NfWSNOTEs1 guests, this weekend of Mr. and mates at Florida Southern College, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.

:Mrs. Frank Tillis and family, and Lakeland, arrived Wednesday C. Darden in Pahokee. Sunday

they are also visiting other rela- evening and are the house guestsof evening.

JuWJuWruWLWWUWunJLflfWMiss tives here. David's parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. --
Mattie Bain who has been fall conference of the State Elk's
Mrs. Jack A. Phillips, her daughter B. Simonson.Mr. Miss Ruth
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Association at Leesburg last I[ Colvard a freshman
Betty Jo, and sons, Butch -
at Stetson
Paul"Rardin for two weeks will weekend.* University, DeLand, ar-
Robert, John and Jim, arrived in and Mrs. Paul Rardin had rived
returaf'to her home in Coats, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend will Wednesday to spend the
Pahokee Wednesday from Fairfax, as their guest on Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving holidays with her
this weekend. I have as their holiday guests, their
S. C. and are spending the Thanks- Day, her aunt, Mrs. C. M. Stan- parents Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie
Mr.-,and Mrs. C. B. Kelly had as. daughter, Miss Cyndy Friend who -
giving holidays with relatives field of Orlando. Colvard.
their guests, his brother and sis- attends Florida State Universityat I
I here. They were accompanied from i
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Tallahassee, and their sontin- '
Wauchula by Mrs. Phillip's father- -
Kelly 'of Dade City. law and daughter, Mr. and :Mrs.
in-law, J. C. Phillips, who is also
Fred Blakey, a student at FlorIda Richard Korbly of St. Petersburg.Mrs. .

.0'.. State University, Tallahassee, J. H. Blair has returned visiting Mr. and relatives Mrs. here.Robbie Walker It happened ICC YEARS

arrived Wednesday to spend the from a visit with relatives in ago
and daughter, Cindy, of Orlando,
holidays with his parents, Mr. and Glenwood, Georgia.
Mrs. A. F. Blakey. I Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Lane and arrived Wednesday and are visit- The oldest incorporated trade association in the country, the

Pat Maxwell arrived Wednesday family spent Thanksgiving Day in ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. United States Brewers Association, was organized in 1862 .
. Robert Walker in Pahokee, and the same year that
from Florida Military School at Lake Worth with her parents. Mr.
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
DeLand and is visiting his parents, and Mrs. M. B. Carlton. ..
Kirk in Belle Glade. r4. : -
,Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall visit- "
Miss Patsy Keene arrived Wed- t
Misses Linda Wilson, Carol Mae ed at Cape Coral, last Sunday.Mr. .
nesday from Tallahassee where
Hatton; Dottie Lair, Ann Peacock, and Mrs. G. T. Echols and t
she is a student at Florida State '
Connie Singletary, Verlon Jones daughter, Teryl, spent Thanks- 1
University, to spend the holidays
and Pam Boe spent the weekend at giving with Mr. and Mrs. G. T. .
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 4 +ccw: rr.r.
Homestead visiting Miss Diana I Camack at Fort Myers.
Leland G. Keene on Flame Ave-
Graham, a former classmate.Mr. I Miss Bonnilu Lair, a freshman nue.

., and Mrs. H. H. Graham of at Florida State University, arriv- I .. -

Arcadia are the house guests of I ed Tuesday and is spending the

their son and daughter-in-law, Dr. holidays with her parents. Mr. and Betty Jean Clark

and Mrs. E. J. Graham in Canal Mrs. I. M. Lair. I

Point. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux of
Wed To Ji H.
Mr .and Mrs. Minter Collins Canal Point visited relatives in I I Gandy

spent Thanksgiving in Orlando Fort Myers, Sunday.Mrs. I IN FLORIDA, citizens were evading the blockade of the Union

with her brother-in-law and sister, George McLarty of Lake Navy, by using small boats to bring in essential weapons and
Mr. and Mrs. H. -E. Smith, and her Worth, formerly of Pahokee visit- Miss Betty Jean Clark, daughterof supplies for the Confederate armies. After each successful .!
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cecil blockade run, many men celebrated with well-earned glasses
mother, Mrs. F. J. Winchester. ed Mrs. H. M. McIntosh on Bacom .

/ Miss';Rebecca Grimes, a fresh- Point Road, last Friday. Clark of Pelican Lake became the I, of beer. .,

man at, Florida State University, Mrs. J. P. Parker returned to ;I bride of Airman 1-C John Hilton '' For then, as now, beer was the traditional bev-

Tallahassee, arrived this week her home in Canal Point Wednes- Gandy, son of Mrs. Mamie Gandyof 'I erage of moderation. But beer means more than '

and is spending the holidays with day afternoon, after having beena Pahokee, in a candle light cere- enjoyment in our state. The Brewing Industry

her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Ralph patient in Good Samaritan Hos- mony at the Canal Point Baptist contributes more than 25 million tax dollars to n :

Grimes, and her grandmother, pital, West Palm Beach, for sever- Church, November 16, at 7:30 p. m. Florida each year- money that helps support ;_../
our hospitals, schools, and highways. :
Mrs. C. A. Shive. al days. with Rev. Robert A. Shelley read-

Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Hickerson Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Thomas, Jr. ing the vows.Traditional. TODAY, in its centennial year,the United States xf

have as their holiday guest, their left last Thursday for New Or- wedding selections Brewers Association still works constantly to assure '

son, Fred Hickerson, Jr., a fresh- leans, Louisiana where they are I, were presented by Mrs. Roberto maintenance of high standards of quality '

man at the University of Miami. spending several days.B. Arrieta, soloist, accompanied by and propriety wherever beer and ale are served. !

Gene Parnell, a student at Flor- A. Belcher of Canal Point Miss Myra Jones, pianist.The .

ida Southern College, Lakeland'i I left Tuesday to spend Thanksgiving bride given in marriage by
arrived with relatives in Cairo Ga.
Wednesday to her father, wore a floorlengthgown
Thanksgiving with his parents/I I I Mrs. W. S. Cross is a patient in of white silk organza over i

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Parnell in Pa- Everglades Memorial Hospital, satin, fashioned with an embroid- N 1 111itli7

hokee. I this week. ered bodice, sabrina neckline and I -:

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schroder en- Mrs. H. M. McIntosh and Miss bracelet-length sleeves. The em- tM11.111117EDIYifYlll

tertained Rev. and Mrs. T. C. I 3ulia Mathis are ;leaving today broidered panels of the skirt end-

O'Steen at dinner, Saturday even- I (Friday) to spend the weekend ed in a chapel train. Her veil of .
ing, at their home on East Main with, friends Winter Park. French illusion was attached to a --

Street. Rev. O'Steen and Mrs. John Hundley, a freshman at headpiece of orange blossoms and

Schroder were observing their Florida University, arrived Wed- pearls, and ,she carried a1 white

birthday anniversaries.Miss nesday from Gainesville and is prayer book topped with white IN THIS ATOMIC AGE00.

Katherine Young, a fresh- spending the Thanksgiving holi- orchids and white pompons. I

man at Florida State ..University, days with his parents, Mr. and The bride's attendants were ,

is spending the holidays with her Mrs. Lloyd Hundley on Bacom I Miss Sylvia Maxine Gandy, sister I

parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Youngat Point Road. of the bridegroom, maid of honor;
Port Mayaca.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rogers and I Mrs. James Orlando, matron of c.d .

J. Williams is a patientat Mrs. Rembert Guy spent Sunday honor, and Miss Velma Williams,

St. Mary's Hospital this week.W. afternoon at Delray Beach visit-i J I bridesmaid. They wore street-

M. DuBose, who is a mem- ing Mr. and Mrs. Paul Riddle, !j I length dresses of peacock blue silk '

ber of the faculty in the Jacksonville former residents of Pahokee. organza over satin, styled identi-

school system, is spending the ,I Dr. and Mrs. Eaton Summers of cally, with high necklines and cap

Thanksgiving holidays at his home the recent department of a sugar sleeves. They carried nosegays of
here with Mrs. DuBose. I I Company in Honduras, San Pedro, yellow rosebuds.

Mrs. L. L. Shirley ,left Tuesday I Sula, Honduras, were the weekend Charles Brown served as best

for Parrish where she was called I I guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Fordof man for the groom. Ushers were I

by the illness of her mother Mrrs. Canal Point. Herman Earl Clark, brother of the I
Lena Parrish.Mr. Miss Yvonne Thompson, a fresh- bride, and Lewell Hughes, cousinof 4 .
and Mrs. Ellis Murphy and man at Stetson University, De- the bride.

son, Pat, visited Mr. Murphy's' Land, arrived Wednesday and is For her daughter's wedding,

father, E. O. Murphy, and other spending the holidays with her Mrs. Clark wore a coral silk

relatives in Miami, last wee' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe sheath dress with matching ac-

::\ Elliott is spending the Thompson in Pahokee. E'I I cessories and an orchid corsage. r ss. v a t

Thanksgiving holidays in Gaines- Mrs. Hugo Boe is having as Mrs. Gandy, mcther of the groom,

ville with his brother and sister- holiday guests, her son, Robert, I j I wore a beige brocade sheath withi
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Pat Elliott, and his roommate, Fred Stanton fitted
I a jacket and matching accessories -
and his little niece Merry Lynne.Mr. of Monmouth, Ill. both students at and orchid .
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.* and Mrs. E. A. Jensen were the University of Florida, Gaines- rl' the reception in the social Ct1
the dinner guests on Thanksgiving ville; her parents Mr. and Mrs. hall of the church, Miss Carley

,, Day of Miss Ruth Ranson in E. Mitchell of Winter Haven, and Bracewell and Mrs. William H. with COt.JCRETE g JiASG i<<.Y
West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Combs of I the
Thigpen presided at punch
Exalted Ruler W. ,Weathers, Dundas, Ill. bowl, while Miss Betty Echols and 'j
and Mrs. Weathers and'Mr.. and Miss Peggy Turner served the Home builders using strong, durable concrete masonry

Mrs. W. S. Plumer attended the wedding cake. Miss Gail Reeves have proven the lasting qualities of concrete block ,
APPRECIATIONWe even in areas subjected to hurricanes,earthquakes or *disastrous -
was in charge of the bride's book.
wish to extend our gratitudefor I atomic blasts. If you're planning to build look
I For traveling the bride wore a
the many expressions of sym first to concrete masonry, the weather-proof termite-
three-piece brown suit, leopardhat
INA'SBEAUTY pathy shown us at the death of I and used the orchid from her proof decay-proof, fire-safe building material. For

SHOPCanal our loved one. I quality block. precision made on Stearns equipment .
bride's ,bouquet for her corsage.
Joe Hatton, Sr. and Family, see us today.
Following a wedding trip in
Point Robert C. Hatton & Family,
I Florida and ,northern Alabama, Official Report of National Cm>crt Masonry
PHONE 924-4351 Mrs. Julia Langford and Aaaociatioa, Cbica o. lUinoia. May 11.195o.
Airman Gandy will leave on De-
family. I
No Appointment Necessary cember 8 to report for overseas AVOID DESTRUCTION-WITH MASONRY CONSTRUCTION

II I duty in Germany, where he will be
Tinting Shaping APPRO ONE OF EVERY FOUR stationed at the Spangdahlembase. I
Mrs. Gandy, who will remain
Bleaching Cutting with her parents at present, plans I
to join her husband later. .
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$10.00 and up tT1EEJ7iEM wish to thank everyone for

All Prices Reasonable their kindness and thoughtfulnessin : ;

sending gifts, lovely cards and

Charlene Kimbrell >..07111/1 beautiful flowers to me during my PAHOKEE FLA. BELLE GLADE, FLAPHONEWT .
recent illness. May God bless each
.. Experienced Opera tor i' "'I'" f. ( of you -. '-, .PHONE ':18$ 8.3%!9 Ii
STEERING COMMI &Jii. Mrs. J. V. Chastain

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Mrs. John Hatton, chairman of ."Thanks for What We Ha ve Not.
:'Christian Social Relations for the Mrs. Ernest Maxwell and Mrs.E. .

I JI News "Of The Churches 1 'circle, announced tentative plans b.-Winch will-be-hostesses. for I.

for the Christmas party for needy the December meeting to be held I
children. Members were remindedto at Fellowship Hall. I
remember the children in the Members of the Gertrude Shir- 0
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.Home at.Enterprise with gifts and ley Circle met at the home of Mrs.
'money donations. It was announc- Hugo Roe. with Mrs. I. M. Lair co-
The Methodist Church First Methodist The Church Of God
., ; 'ed'that the December meeting will hostess.

canal Point, FloridaRobert Church, PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal be held at the home of Mrs. Joe Mrs. Milton Salvatore presentedthe
Point Road Tom Boynton. program and Mrs. Leon Spooner -

A. Shelley, Pastor T. C. O'Steen Members of the SimonsonLairCircle gave the devotionals.
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: John H. Kinard pastor met at the home of Mrs. Plans were made for the Christ-
1 10:00 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m-church.: School 10:00 a. .-Sunday School Lon Wilson with Mrs. J. D. Rogers mas for shut-inS:'

11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning. Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service acting as co-hostess. Mrs. Arch Mrs. Jack Spencer circle chairman -
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship 6:45 p. m. MYF 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service Blakey, presented the program, presided over the business
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas Sr., spirit- session. She announced that the
MONDAY: TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. ual life chairman for the circle December meeting will be held at

3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choirprac- Everyone welcome. Special music presented the clcvotionals, "Peti the homo of Mrs. J. !. Rcc: -es.
TUESDAY: ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. .. tions for Peace." Mrs. M. P. Hol- Mrs. Rembert Guy was a visitor.
8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st : man, prog_'am chairman: alrang- d --
Tuesday2nd 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions Four Circles Met the worship center "A Little LUNCHEON GUESTSMrs.
MONDAY: 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice Child's Thanksgiving." L. W. Armstrong, Mrs.
7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting The Miriam Circle met at the Otto Bleech. Mrs. Jess Elliott,
WEDNESDAY: I Monday This WeekThe home of Mrs Edna Pickett with Mrs. Frank Friend, Mrs. Don Hill-

7:30 p. m.-Prayer. :Meeting The Pahokee Church Mrs. Howard Holman as cohostess. ier, Mrs. C. A. Major, Mrs. C. L.

four circles of the Woman's Mrs. Marie Hendrix vice- Shirley, Sr., all of Pahokee, and
First Baptist i Of The Nazarene Society of Christian Service of the chairman presided in the absenceof Mrs. ?I. C. Carter of Port Mayaca,

Church Pahokee I Pahokee First Methodist Church the chairman Mrs. Elsie Sims. who are members of the Friday
Rev. Max D. Jones Pastor f held their November meetings at Mrs. Sarah Vann presented the Bridge Club, were lun jheon guests,
433 Bacom Point Rd. the home of members on Monday. program assisted by Mrs. Nannie Friday, of Mrs. Reba B. Marshallat
'SUNDAY Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 Programs were presented on the Mallory and Mrs. Hendrix. the Bazaar Intern itional Rest-
9:45-Sunday School. SUNDAY SERVICES: Stofford Home in Kansas City I It was announced that $45.00 aurant in West Palm Beach.
11:00-Morning Worship 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School _
which ministers to children with was made on the rummage sale.
6:15-Training Union 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship special needs. Mrs. Sims was in charge of the POPE SONS ARE HOME
7:30-Evening Worship 6:30 m.-Juniors
p. The Vena Mae Schroder Circle project. Jon and Allan Pope arrived this
.WEDNESDAY 7:00 m.-Sunday Evening
j p. met at the home of Mrs. L. L. Floral baskets, stuffed with week from the Unive.-sity of Flor- .
7:30-Prayer Service Evangelistic Service
I WEDNESDAY Shirley with the chairman Mrs.J. cookies and goodies will be pre- ida, Gainesville, to spend the
: L. Tyson, presiding.The sented to shut-ins at Christmas Thanksgiving holidays with their
Canal Point 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer program and devotionals time.Mrs. parents, Mr. and :Mrs. E. L. Popeon

meeting were presented by Mrs. Jess El- Frances Whiteside closed Bacom Point Road.
Baptist Church "Where you are a stranger' but i .
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9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Christian Science
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Group Of Canal PointHow
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship

WEDNESDAY. 7:30 p. m.-Prayer: Meeting spiritual understanding of "All I want for Christmas is :

God as Soul helps mankind will be

Church Of God, services brought Sunday.out at Christian Science my own EXTENSION phone"N 1.I 1.

Barfield HighwayPahokee "Soul and Body" will be the sub-
ject of the Lesson-Sermon. From
Matthew will be read the accountof
the healing by Christ Jesus of
W. Hughes :Minister
Phone 924-3736 the centurion's servant, which includes -' -
SUNDAY: this verse: "And Jesus said

9:45: a. m.-Sunday School unto the centurion Go thy way; o .
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I and as thou hast believed, so be
*. 7:30 p. m.-Evangelistic Ser- it done unto thee. And his servantwas
viceTUESDAY healed in the selfsame hour." I II

: From "Science and Health with

7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service Key to the Scriptures" by Mary
THURSDAY: Baker Eddy this selection will be
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ read (p. 210)): "Knowing that Soul
Service and its attributes were forever
manifested through man the Mas-
ter healed the sick, gave sight to : .;
St. Peter's Lutheran Ix
the blind, hearing to the deaf feet

Church, Belle Glade to the lame thus bringing to light -
the scientific action of the divine

August Koerber Pastor Mind on human minds and bodies K .

601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade and giving a better understandingof
SUNDAY: Soul and salvation."
Divine Services 11 A. M. ;
School 9:45 A. M. Entertain HusbandsAt \
"Texas" BarbecueMembers ws,
Holy Nativity yg4

Episcopal ChurchPahokee of the Xi Alpha Mu
Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Soror-

ity entertained their husbands at a k -.
Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar "Texas" barbecue and social meet- .
SUNDAY: ing at the' home of Mrs. Joan
10 a. m.-Sunday School Tucker on Bacom.Point Road last x' '

11:00 a. m.-Worship Service Thursday evening. Mrs., Thicker I 3 \
>v was assisted by a committee composed I ; 3f t

Canal Point First of Mrs. Dorothy Hillier Mrs. ; l
Wilma Alley Mrs: Eva Spoonerand
Baptist ChurchElder Mrs. Mildred Schoeppel.
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10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Honored At PartyThe
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship
Who wouldn't love the bright surprise of .
7:00 p. m.-B T. C.
home of Mrs. Lloyd Hund-
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship a very personal extension phone! In a
ley, 1251 Bacom Point Road Pa-
WEDNESDAY' : hokee, was the scene, Saturday pretty, favorite color, of course. Fun and ; ;
7:30: m.-Midweek Prayer
p.,Service afternoon, from 3 to 5 o'clock, of a ...and one privacy for the teenagers-comfort and : .
coffee Mrs. Rembert Guyof .
honoring ::0
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: r convenience for the grownups. These are
for Mom I
Tampa the house guest of Mrs .
7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary Jack Spencer, who was cohostess.The 4- the thoughtful things you give when you
Thanksgiving theme was give extension phones. Other modern tele-
carried out in fruit and floral arrangements '
v St. Mary's Catholic I in the Hundley home. phone conveniences to consider for gift- ..
'. 'assisted giving the melodic Bell Chime the time
ChurchFather Mrs. R. D. Apelgren' the ; ." ,
hostesses in serving approximately and step saving Home Interphone. Just can

Francis Fennech, PastorSunday 40 guests who called during the ..and one our business office.
Mass11:30 a. m. afternoon. $
Confessions before Mass ; -S for Dad! .

aa.- Miss Yvonne Thompson, a fresh-
Mr. and Mrs. A. Harrington man at Stetson. University. De- "
have as their h U&. fguwjf their :Land_ 'arrived: : Wedijesdaxl: and-I* "'Ob..t .11 ,
daughter Janette,a freshman atFlorfda spending the holidays with her .
State University, Talla- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ki -J. a4 1, ;I;.
ht ee.. Thompson in Pahokee. '
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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday. November 23. 1962I"


Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur L. Brown Elks of Pahokee Lodge No.

Jr. and family had'as' guests for 1638 will hold a. ritualistic clinicat and Mrs. G. F. Kincaid

Thanksgiving and for the weekend the Elk's Hall in Pahokee, Sun- 'spent Sunday in Orlando visiting

her mother, Mrs. Lois Mackey day.. Members of the LOPES or- their son and daughter-in-law Mr.

; her brother-in-law and sister, ganization will serve a buffet and Mrs. Farris Kincaid and family -

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shull and luncheon following the clinic. ; Mr. Kincaid returned to Paho-
t kee, but Mrs.' Kincaid remainedfor
F children Nancy and Ken, all of

d4h Columbia, S.C., and her brother, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Stringari of a longer visit to help care for
A S 'r.k 1i i ;: A'k6 ,yAy Sammy Mackey of JacksonvilleMr. Canal Point spent last Friday in I her new granddaughter, Karen

/ .9 and Mrs. Brown also had ad- Fort Lauderdale. Andrea.

ditional guests on ThanksgivingDay __ 4
her brother-in-law and sister,
I I-+:1 M-1 TTT"i I I 1 I III I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I 1 II HIM I Mil I t II 1 ITHEATRES
j 9 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brown and

sons, Tommy and David af




and Mrs. J. L .Tyson, Jr.
Pahoke Pahokee-Belle Glade Rood
entertained members of the Ves-
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per Choir of the Pahokee .First
Methodist Church; Sunday _night,
at their home in Ridgecrest Gardens -

.4 following the evening church SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY NOVEMBER 25-26-27
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', a services. I NOVEMBER 25-26-27 "LOVER
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iJ : Mrs. Othan Gilbert will return I A. BALLOON" HUDSON AND
to her home in Carrollton Ga. on RED BUTTONS, FABIAN,

Friday, following a two week visit I I BARBARA EDEN AND "TIIE-ALSO-
with her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Williams and !I CEDRIC ILARDWICK BITTER RIDGE"

family in Pahokee. < I i t 11 i-I I-1- S r It' i-M-S-i-K-i 1 1 : : "'JH.2"1'-fr-: -I-I.I..I. I I Ir

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and Mrs. James Lowe are shown here following their wedding ...Jf
;'Npvember 11 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Culbercon: .

)okee. Mrs. Lowe, was :Miss Shirley Alyne Culberson. LiLThIftE1 C':'..


Ronnie Kautz, who is a fresh- Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

man at.Georgia Tech, flew from and Mrs. Calvin Padgett

Atlanta. to West Palm Beach (Jackie Scruggs) of Waldo, an- I SALES and SERVICE

Tuesday evening, where he was nounce the birth of a 7 lb. 6 oz. I %

met by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.Herman daughter, Amanda Rachel, atj I Heating Air Conditioning
Kautz and sister, Cathy, Alachua General Hospital on Appliances j

and, is spending the holidays here.IN November 20. Mayor and Mrs..
Duncan Padgett of Pahokee are kq&ff J..VjJ..vp.M.&jI..v 4ilM4JM'l.\l.I! lMIJMIJ..V; : .vJiJ.\L'i 4jJ.\LI lMlIJ.\L4jJjLI 4IJM'l.\l.4jJ.\L4jj..vPMl! W..4 lMiJ.\LI lMl lM4 J.\l.I IiI..uIjJ IJ.\L4; .J.
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF i I the paternal grandparents, and --- ---__ _____ ___ __ __ un ._ _. __ __ _._ ___
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR PALM Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs of Ca-
BEACH COUNTY nal Point are the maternal grand- ......... ..... .
IN CHANCERY 62 C 2304-E .-
W. J. ADAMS and D. A. ADAMS : parents.Mr. ; i t.i

-vsALXi Plaintiffs :. and Mrs. Farris Kincaid of { go "first class".go telect !
: the birth of a
,PERSONS CLAIMING ANY Orlando announce .
6 Ib., 15 oz. daughter, I .. )
IN OR LIEN UPON THE : .... ....
REAL PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED : on November 14. Mr. and I ., ............. ....... .... .
OR ANY ,PART : Mrs. G. F. Kincaid of Pahokee are I .
THEREOF. : U .1.j jA'
Defendants : the paternal grandparents. -- -
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Rotarians Hear I .- --
ESTATE. RIG lIT. TITLE. OR IN- New Phone ManagerJ.
OR ANY PART THEREOF.' D. McClelland of Belle Glade :T.r
Defendants. Greetings:
You are hereby notified'that a pro- was guest speaker at the luncheon '.., .i.i1
ceeding to quiet title has been broughtIn meeting of the Pahokee Rotary C D ..:ro :-::
the Circuit ,Court for Palm Beach __!-z::
, County. Florida against an persons Club, last Thursday, with the pres- .
claiming any estate right, title or Interest ident, Dr. E.,, C. Johnson, presid-
in. or lien upon the following I
described' real property situate In .
ing.Introduced II
Palm Beach County. Florida to-wit: by W. S. Plumer, Mr. I
The Northwest Quarter (NW,i) of -
district manager
McClelland, the new
theSouthest Quarter (SW\/4) of
the Southeast Quarter (SE'.) of of Southern Bell, showed a I ..- l
Section 9. Township 46 South. made :
Range 36 East containing 10 acres film depicting the progress %rA
more or less. by the company to better serve the ,
and you. and each of you. are hereby ."
required to file your answer to the public.
complaint filed in this suit against Guests were Charlie Bolton, Er. .
you on or before December 10. 1962 In cel Mixson, Roscoe Braddock, and .
the office of the Clerk of the above
. styled court and to serve a copy of your Dr. Howard Hill, all of Belle
answer on the Plaintiffs Attorney of Glade; Thurmond Knight, Lake
record. Thadd Whldden. whose addressIs
P. O. Box .705. Pahokee. Florida not Park, and Walter P. Hayes of At-
later than December 10. 1962. lanta, Ga.
Herein fail not or a Decree Pro on- .. '- I
feeso will be entered, against you. and
..each of you by default. don't be half modern. all the r ;
WITNESS my hand and seal of said I Tel Class Meeting .:-. 1 go way ,. :,;
Court at West Palm Beach. Florida this
tr )7th'day- ,? of November. 1962. Held Brown Home I T > .. lameless ,4
\s '. ,; J. Clerk of the Circuit Court .
(Circuit Court Seal) The TEL class of the Canal '

.<: By Deputy Thaddle Clerk J>.';Plant cJ Point Baptist Church met Mon- ELECTRIC RANGE and ELECTRIC WATER HEATER

Publish November 9. 16. 23 30. .1962 day afternoon at the home of,Mrs.

Brown with Mrs. Mamie
cheaper to go to use a combina-
tion of services. More than million Florida families have
Devotionals were given by
BEACH COUNTYIN "switched"to flameless electric cooking and electric water heating
CHANCERY 62-C-2303-D J. D. Latham, class president, who

LESLIE. SMITH.-vs-Plaintiff ::: t' I's talk The was topic"Suffering of Lath Ser-, A Major Electrical Appliance Makes a Popular... Practical... Preferred "Family Gift"MODERN .

Defendant : vice. flameless Electric NEW super-fast nameless .,
NOTICE OF SUIT It was announced that the next Ranges are cleaner, ?' ,. ,. Electric Water Heaters
TO: ANNIE BELL SMITH :::__. ----- '----n-1#
MUTTERS. ALABAMA meeting will be held Dec. 17, at cooler, faster, safer They : ...: are completely automatic. -

You are hereby notified that Leslie the home of Mrs. W. S. Evans at heat the food not the j No waiting, no worry...
Smith has filed a Bill of Complaintagainst Port Mayaca. kitchen. No flame, no ''y i 0 3 always lots of hot water
you for divorce and you :ve :,
required to serve a copy of your answerto Refreshments were served to fumes, no constantburning in a hurry.Super-safe,too,
the complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney nine members during the social pilot lights to disturb it for precious peace of mind.
Thadd Whldden. P. O. Box 705. ., peace of mind.Fully auto ft Require no ven Dg..iiO .
Pahokee. Florida and file the original hour. malic controls let / '! canbeinstailedanywbere, ,
answer. In the office of the Clerk of the m 9 : you ;: .
Circuit Court of Palm Beach County, cook entire meals without < even in a closet. YES! '
West Palm Beach. Florida on or be- pot-watching. YES! 4 4 :: flameless makes the big
fore the 10th day of December. 1962: If Mrs. W. S. Evans returned to flameless males the big ._:t.....,. ', _'Z/' difference!
you fall to do so. Judgment by default
her home at Port Mayaca Satur-
difference! ,
will be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint. day after spending a week in Kentucky -
DATED this 7th day of November. and three weeks visiting her your electric appliance dealer plumbing or electrical contractor. TODA Y..

1962. J. ALEX ARNETTE son-in-law and daughter, CoL and '

Clerk of the Circuit, Court; Mrs. J. J. Eairley at Hickam Air (j''hit )
(Circuit Court Seal) % ; 0la: {
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By Thaddle P. Plant, Force Base, Hawaii. Y. .. .
Deputy Clerk -r el-- .
Publish November 9. 16. 23 30;> 1962 "
Thadd.Whldden ,. Mr. and Mrs. .W. A.. Keen visit- Electric r Range and'
Attorney foe Plaintiff ed her aunt Mrs. Nellie Blum in Etedric> Heater FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY.. i'-
P. O.'Box !lidPahokee are ioctated in every

...;,Florida. _ ._-.'.... Okeechobee on Sunday. '....',?._., '- :... -, fieskfEoa itols .. : HILPtH* MVtlQ FLORIDA : .,. '. ;.''"./

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