The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
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Belle Glade news
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Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
November 30, 1962
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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).
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Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
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Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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''J Jimmy Vann Talks Palm Beach County I Ceremony To Mark WSCS Meeting To Belle Glade Wins

Has No Fruit Fly Be Held Monday Eve ,I

To Woman's Club University Start First League TitleTwo
-'Palm Beach The regular monthly meeting of

I County has been released from I the Woman's Society of Christian

''t! James W. Vann was guest regulation under the State-Federal I, The Palm Beach County Commission Service of the Pahokee Methodist ties and an eighttouchdown -

speaker at the luncheon meeting Mediterranean fruit fly quarantine -} this week, joined in helping Church will be held Monday nightat rout marked the windup
r what has the mark of be- 8 p. m. in Fellowship Hall. Mrs.
of the Pahokee Woman's Club arrange I
following eradication of the five-game card for the Suncoast
ing one of the most impressive John Hatton, missionary education
Wednesday, with the president, medfly in the infested part of the I Conference's 13th football cam-
ground breaking events ever stag- chairman will present the pro-
Mrs. C. M. Todd, presiding. Intro- county, Commissioner of Agriculture paign Wednesday night as Belle
I ed in South Florida. gram and Mrs. Richard F. Hurt,
Conner said Glade its first title
Doyle today. won
duced by Mrs. Glenn Powell, pro- The board voted to spend up to president, will preside. Refresh-
There have been no medflies with an unbeaten reco'rd.In .
gram chairman Mr. Vann gave an $2,500 to help finance a ceremonyto ments will be served during the
found in Palm Beach County since the night's top game the new
informative and outstanding talk be held Dee. 8 which will offic- social hour by Mrs. R. D. Apel-
Aug. 26, the commissioner said. champs fought a 14-14 deadlock
on "Communism. Mrs. Robert ially start construction of Florida gren, local church activities chair-
The last aerial spraying, he added, with arch-rival Pahokee which
Hatton had many pamphlets and Atlantic University at Boca Ra- man, and her committee.
was made Oct. 18. .... kept the Rams record clean from
magazines containig articles on .. ton.
defeats and ahead in the final
"Communism" on display. According to Tom Fleming,

Mrs. R. F. Hurt, club parliamen- County Furnishes Boca Raton, chairman of the University Contract Is Let To standings nerup Blue by a over Neither the run-of

tarian, gave a brief talk outliningfive committee, the entire Florida
these clubs were figured to be in
points of proceedure. legislature plus scores of Raise Dike 6 FeetThe the when hostilities
pennant fight
2 Panel MembersTwo
Members voted to assist in sell- other state and county officials
started in and
September only an
ing Christmas seals for the Palm will be invited to attend.
upset loss by Pahokee,in Ft. Pierceon
Beach County TB Association in One of the princiapls at the
federal has leta
this 56th annual seal campaign.It members of the official ceremony will be Governor Farris government Columbus Day prevented the
contract for the dike
will take in raising race from ending in a co-champ-
was announced that gifts for county family part a Bryant.
around Lake Okeechobee from Ba-
the boys at the Boy's School at program of instruction for new Commissioners Ben Sundy arid ionship. .
Point south of Pahokee to the '
corn The pennant favorites, Lake I
Okeechobee should be wrapped in county commissioners to be held at Paul Rardin who joined in makingthe I
St. ..Lucie Canal. The U. S. Army Worth and 5eacrest renewed their
Christmas paper and taken to-the; Tallahasseenext. Commission' 'motion Ito,-make funds available -.
Corps of Engineers let the contract keen at Lake Worth .
before'December Lake Lytal and County At-
home of Mrs. R. F. Hurt' for the event, termed the
for this work to James with the invading Seahawks
1. Craft kits are a rec- torney Harry Johnston will appearon ground breaking a red letter day P'I I
ommended gift. panels of instruction for the for both the county and the statean Cross of New Iberia La., in romping 27-7 for third place. In
amount of $2,708,878.00.The three non-league contests on the
Mrs. Sam McKinstry was appointed meeting which is sponsored by the event which will draw na-
contract calls for excava- night's schedule Forest Hill down-
the new chairman of the State Association of County Com- tional publicity.
veterans committee, to fill the va missioners. .--.. tion of some six million yards of ed guest Palm Beach for the first
't Sadie Commissioner Paul Rardin was material from the lake and pilingthe time 13-0, Ft. Piercce and Vero
created when Mrs.
Barwick, who had held the chair- on the program two years ago and Lions Hear About material on existing levee Beach struggled to a 6-6 stalemate *

manship for a number of years his topic was: "Relations between stretching from Pahokee to the with both touchdowns com-

moved to Miami. Members wish- Public Bodies and the Press." St. Lucie Canal. Present levees ing in the final period and host

ing to give presents to the veterans At Monday's commission meet- TaftHartleyActAttorney average about 32 feet in height. Okeechobee crushed Stuart 51-0.

at Coral Gables VA Hospital ing it was pointed out that Palm They will be increased to an average Fred Mayer won the league

should bring them to the meetingon Beach County is fortunate in hav- Milton McKay was height of 38 feet. scoring title as he scored all of

December 12. ing a group of officials who have guest speaker at the luncheon Tree islands also will be con Lake' Worth's points to edge out

Mrs. Nannie Mallory, a retired attained rating high enough in meeting of the Pahokee Lions structed inside the lake dikes froma Seacrest's Dan Gibson 74 points to

school teacher and the mother of I state official circles, that they are Club held Tuesday with the presi- point just south of Pahokee to 72. Gibson scored three times at

Mrs. E. D. Sims, was, received as called upon often to appear before dent, Kyle Scott, presiding. the Palm Beach-Martin Countyline Lake Worth. Mayer's extra point

a new member of the club. other commissioners in Florida. Introduced by Mel Stanley At- a distance of about 13 miles was his 20th placement of the sea-
I of the tree islands is to son as he boosted the new con-
Members planning to attend,the torney McKay spoke on the Taft- Purpose
luncheon given by the Belle Glade Hartley labor act, which is admin- protect the levees against wind- ference record that he set five
Blue Devils To See
Woman's Club at the Community istered by the NLRB, as related to I swept'waves during severe storms.A days previous at Stuart However.

Center on January 3, were askedto farm labor. He stated that orig- separate contract will be awarded with Mayer making all of Lake

call the 'secretary of the Pa Miami And FloridaA inally this act had not been ap- 'I for planting trees on the is- I Worth's extra points this fall, theTrojan's
fell one shy of the team
hokee Club and make reservations. plied to farm labor, but now it lands.
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of- Dr. F. H. Poteete will be the covers some types of farm opera- Work now is underway on two mt page

speaker at the next meeting on crowd of 42 football enthus- tions., He further stated that since earlier contracts awarded by the

:.December :12., His topic will be iasts from Pahokee high school, this administration seems to favor Army Engineers to raise the, dike Typing Classes At,
''Education for Later Maturity." including the Blue Devil football workers over management that he along the south rim of the lake.

squad, managers .and coaches will felt unions would move into the I 1. _

Osceola Farms To witness the annual game in the farm labor field. Mrs. Sarah Vann ,Belle Glade HighAdult

I' Orange Bowl Saturday' night be- During the business session, the
tween the University of Miami Club took action to dispense with New Head Of LOPESMrs.

Get Traffic LightOsceola and the University of Florida.A the regular luncheon meeting next evening classes in typing
I I Sarah Vann was installedas will be ,
group of Blue Devil supporters Tuesday, in order to meet with starting Monday evening
made plans for the trip long members of the Canal Point, Belle president for the new year of December 3, at Belle Glade High

Farms, Glades sugar before the final game of the sea- Glade and South Bay Lions Clubsat the LOPES, Ladies of Pahokee School. These classes which are
Glade and Pa- Elks, at the meeting held Monday the Vocational Department
growers east of Canal Point son between Belle the annual football banquet operated by -
hokee. A bus has been charteredand night in the dining room of the of the Palm Beach
has been given county which will be held in the Belle
will leave Pahokee in time Elks Club. Other new officers are County Board of Public Instruc-
authority to a stoplight on Glade High School cafetorium on
US Highway 98 to facilitate haul- for the group to have hot dogs.before December 7, at 7 p. m., Mrs. Dorothy Shackford, vice- tion, will meet on Monday and

ing sugar cane from the field to the game at 8:15 o'clock. Good The guest of student member president; Mrs. Mildred Lavender, Wednesday evenings from 7:30 to
the mill. seats for 42 have been purchasedby secretary; Mrs. Billie KoLstad. 10:00.and will start on the eveningof
grinding Mike Watkins was Miss Gale.
the group of supporters. : treasurer, and Mrs. Joan Tucker. registration.
The traffic signal-a manually
Sears, one of the at the
be installed parliamentarian. J. W. Vann and There is no tuition fee for this
operated light-will Pahokee -. Belle Glade football
at the intersection of 98 and RESUMES FEC DUTIES Luke Fraser were installing of- class; however there is a small
Ramie Road, according to Com-I Ron TerHaar has resumed his game. ficers. A potluck supper was serv- registration fee and students

missioner Paul Rardin who asked I duties with the Florida East Coast ed with the husbands of members must furnish their own supplies.

the commission to approve the in- Railway in Belle Glade for the Karl Mindlin Is attending as guests. Those desiring additional infor-
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stallation which will be financedby I season after working on the East I New Councilman mation may call Mr. Vince Mar-

Osceola Farms.; I Coast during the summer months. 1 DINNER GUESTS quess WYman 6-5553 betweenthe

I and is again staying with Mayor I A sewage treatment plant costing Dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. hours of 3:00 and 5:00 p. m.
LOCAL PTA MEETINGThe and Mrs. Duncan Padgett on East $1 million with at least 1,100 I C. M. Todd on Thanksgiving Day --

December meeting of the Main Street Pahokee.Mr. connections, was suggested in a 'were Mr. and Mrs. Roland Todd RETURNS TO DUKE
Canal Point Parent-Teachers Association feasibility report received by the Sr. and family; Mr. and Mrs. Owen Billy Plumer has returned to

will be held Monday, December and Mrs. William D. Howard City Council Monday night. Todd and family; Mr. and Mrs. 'his studies at Duke University

3, at 8 p. m. in the school and son. ,Bill Jr., spent last The Council appointed Karl N. Basil Todd and family, and Mr. Durham, N. C following a visit in

cafetorium. The president, Mrs.. W. weekend on Sanibel Island visiting Mindlin as councilman to replace and Mrs. Roland Todd, Jr. and Pahokee with his parents, Mr. and

E. McCall will preside. her mother, Mrs. Bertha Starling. Hugo Bee deceased. I(I children. Mrs. W. S. Plumer.

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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida .. Friday November 30.'1962 i,
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Plans AnnouncedHammond ChapterIn
Attorney and Mrs. Ralph O. I
Tuesday MeetingMembers Johnson and children. Susan and ;

WeddingPlans Jeffrey, returned to Pahokee
of the Omicron Chap- Sunday after spending the I
ter of Sigma Eta Sorority met at Thanksgiving holidays with his \
have been announced for the home of Mrs. Ruth Carpenteron mother Mrs. J. O. Johnson in
Ham- East Main Street Pahokee Lakeland. Mrs. Johnson and the
the wedding of Miss Lynette
Tuesday night with the president children spent the first part, of the \
fIl and John T.
mond Thompson !!
Mrs. Lillian Masonic of South Bayin week in Lakeland also with At-
which will take place at the First I charge.,
torney Johnson joining them thereon .
(I Baptist Church in Pahokee on Tentative plans were made for I Thursday,
Sunday December 16, at 4 p. m. the fall art exhibit with the time -
with the pastor Rev. Guthrie Col- and place to be announced later.
vard officiating. The next social meeting will bea Hatton Children

The Rardin Building: In Canal Point, FloridaTHE Miss Hammond has chosen her buffet supper on Friday Decem- Have Birthday PartyMrs.
sister Mrs. John C. Hatton for ber 7, at the home of Mrs. Mary
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF her matron of honor; Mrs. John T. Anderson in Belle Glade.
Joe Hatton Jr. entertained
Starling and Mrs. Alfred Murphyof
St. bridesma- at her home in Vetville Tuesday
trons; Miss Jeanine Mock and Miss evening with a hamburger supper
Jimmy Ray Spooner son of Mr.
the Lake_Okeechobee Farming Region Without Reta Faye Eaves of Natchez MiSS'j' I I I honoring her son and daughter
Interruption Every Week for :More Than 30 Years as bridesmaids; and her I and Mrs. Wilburn Boggs was Joe III and Sharon who were ob-

Established March 11,1&24 '- Published Every Friday tle Miss Lynn Hatton will be rushed to Glades hospital Thurs. serving a joint birthday anniver-
ior bridesmaid. Lois Marie jun-I'.1 day with first degree burns on his sary. Joe was 14 years old and
Subscription,.Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe I
nino will be flower girl and face and body after pulling a pot Sharon became eleven. Sixteen
Everglades"'New3"Is' Ehtered at the Post Office A. Thompson III of Belle Glade of potatoes that were cooking on I guests were present includingnine
In Canal Point Florida,as,Second Class Matter nephew? of the groom will serveas the stove over on him. His par I cousins of the honorees and
ring bearer ents reside at Palm Villa Motel. special guests, Judy Todd, Leigh
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher The best man will be Curtis A. He is six years old. 1 I Cross and Glenn Stewart.
I I! Thompson Jr., of Belle Glade

M brother of the groom and ushers .. .
I :iIj"f'rf\ !tTI''fff'TIrl! 'l'l1i! !'ITflff\Iif' W m7t'ffttrfrlfr' \ lfl\1'm! tTIt\rli'.f .
Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting I I will be Ronald Cameron ".
Chamblee and Ronald Marlowe, alII I 1
Of The Palm Beach of Belle Glade and Zimmy Bryan

County CommissionPossibility I of Belle Mrs.Pompano.Glade Sheppard organist M. Pitts and Jr.Miss of I Monday .Cattle Sales .

Anita Cowart vocalist will I
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-- Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market ;
that the Reservation of way department advised the sent the traditional wedding sc .
which is owned and than 120
Fire Department and the County board that the county land was lections. operated by more
Commission may be approachingan larger than the private land and The reception following the Florida Cattlemen.You'll 1I
agreement for use of county that the county holdings was two ceremony will be held in the social :'
land as a site for a new fire department to three times more valuable. .hall of the church. No formal invitations I enjoy the excellent service you receive here
headquarters appeared. In another action the commis- are being issued locally at this Market. We make an effort at all times to give )

likely this week. I( sion voted to convey a county and all friends of the couple are in- an outstanding: service to buyer and seller. Give usa :
Two weeks ago the commission owned lot inside Delray Beach to I vited to both the wedding and trial.
turned down a request for use of the municipality in lieu of payinga ception. re.1
a plot in John Prince Memorial I I paving assessment on the lot. T:+--- 3ih1-.+++
Park as a site for the proposed The commission also: RETURN TO STUDIESMiss
building. Authorized spending an esti- I Alice Elaine Hurt and her SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
This week a representative of mated $3.800 for right of way for classmate. Miss Carol Craver of
the fire department said both extension of 'Kirk Road south Winter Haven have returned to I
sides have been considering pos- from Forest Hills Blvd. their studies at the Florida College I -
sibility of a temporary lease agreement Voted to deed a strip of county of Medical Technology in Glades Livestock Market
for the land providing a land on the shore of Lake Okee- Miami after spending the
temporary quonset hut type building chobee to the Central and South Thanksgiving holidays with Miss ASSOCIATION
is erected. Florida Flood Control District to Hurt's parents Mr. and Mrs. R. F. On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
The commission IF scheduled to allow raising the lake levee from Hurt in Pahokee.
review the request at its Decem- about five to ten feet. I i Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager .

ber 10 meeting. Voted conduct a traffic countat I ::-- ,
1 4y*: ijy yayii&
George Frost assistant county two Lantana intersections to I
engineer was named acting coun- determine necessity for traffic Classified Ads
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ty engineer this week in the ab- signals at the two locations. I Io'OR
sence of Steve Middleton county ---
( SALE: New and used WiUy t

engineer.The a resolution county commission authorizing approved Frostto -I Annual Mrs. Shive Dinner GroupThe For I .11-Jeeps.Belle-- -: Glade Walter Phone Ashley's 3058.Garage I I

I sigh necessary legal documentsand Oct. 1754ch. CHRISTMAS IS MERRIER
of Mrs. C. A. Shive I
to assume responsibility for I family FOR SALE: Pflueger wind reel
the engineer's office. of Pahokee joined relatives in parts. Ask for Walker at Fear's
Middleton has been away from Belle Glade on Thanksgiving and I I' Department Store in Belle Glade. ,
his desk for several weeks due to held the annual family dinner in ll-23-3tc I IN YOUR OWN HOME
an illness wbich has kept him hos- the Belle Glade Park. Those at- (I I r I
pitalized most of the time. tending from Pahokee were Mayor FOR RENT: One furnished apart- !i
The county commission this I and Mrs. Duncan Padgett; Mr. and ment to accommodate 4 congenial -
week adopted a schedule of board Mrs. Ralph Grimes and family; men. Reasonable price. Good I!
meetings for coming weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carpen-I Location. Call W. P. Pope in Canal GIVE YOUR FAMILY .
The next board meeting will be ter Mrs. Josie Templeton and Miss : Point at 924-2391. 11-23-ltc
held Friday Dec. 21st because of Ellen Jo Denton. Those from Belle
FOR nEl'One' furnished apart- A HOME OF THEIR OWN
the Christmas holidays. Glade were Mr. and Mrs. John Dully -
Final meeting of the present Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Dulany. ment with 3 bedrooms bath and '
kitchen for men only. Call W. P. THIS CHRISTMAS
Mrs. Milton
board was set for January 4th and Mr. and Carpenterand
the board's annual reorganization I'I family Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Pope in Canal Point at, 9242391.

meeting set for Tuesday. January8th. Smith. Sr.; Mr. and Mrs. S., K. 11-23-ltc
If you are one of the young couples with children who are still
Smith Jr. and family and Mrs. PROFITABLE established Vend-
renting a home or apartment because feel that can't
John L. Evans and Buddy.Outoftown you you
County commisioners Monday son. ing Machine routes. Modest in- .
turned down a request to .swap guests were Ron vestment required. Write P. O. afford to buy a home-
land with the Lake 'Ida 'Development TerHaar, Bob Cote of Tallahasseeand Box 27004 Jacksonville 5, Florida.
Corp-land located at the Charles Viccaro of Pittsburgh 11-23-ltpd':
south end ,of Lake Ida at Delray Pa. WE REMIND YOU-
:Beach. .! WE HAVE HEARD of folks who \
The board declined the land Mr. and Mrs. Emory Sears and have rooms for rent and rooming
firms offer to .trade county owned family of Ft. Pierce were guestsof houses for rent. A small ad right HOME OWNERSHIPWAS 1
land for some development company of his mother Mrs. Ella Sears here might turn the trick. Why not
ground. The county's right'I I on Sunday. week.try it? It is a small cost-$1.00 a NEVER EASIER :

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FOR RENT. A furnished 2BR
CBS house on St. Lucie Canal at Have Your Down Payment Now?
Port Mayaca. Phone 924-5584.

No Money DownThe Oct. 5 tf If you've located the home you want and you have your

GOTTA A ROOM for rent? A down payment you're ready to see us about a low cost home

House of Your Choice small ad in this column will get loan. .
the job done. It only costs a dollar.

On Your Lot Call 924-2661. This is the place to come because we specialize in loans to buy

WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIR., homes. \Ve know just what to do to see that your loan is quickly

PLANS AVAILABLE I Bulova watches. Radios Watch I processed and how to arrange easiest terms.
bands. Clocks. Fishing and hunting
licenses. Greyhound and Trailways
Fast ActionCall I ticket agency. CANAL POINT

SPORT SHOP Phone 9247787.N23ch.. Everglades Federal

or See
FOR SALE: Maytag Gas Range, Savings And Loan Association

HUNT REAL ESTATE NOW 9247600.used very- little bargain. Phone -40; S.. W. AVE. "B" PHONE WY6-2067

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FOR RENT: Furnished 2 Bedroom:
house. Call 924-7751 NSOtpd I

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Dinner guests of Mrs. Ida Larri- Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Pad-
more on Thanksgiving Day were gett, Mrs. Charles Moran and
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Mrs. Arnold H. Scruggs spent Sun-

. and Mrs. A. !''I. Larrimore and day with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin I Will sell all or any part. Reason

\ daughter Sharon, of Tallahassee, Padgett, their son, Jimmy, and I for selling: I am going into an-

and Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Davis and new baby daughter Amanda Ra- other business.

son, David. chel, at Waldo.
Mrs. Dorothy Stanley spent the Mr. and Mrs. Al Sykes and One floor safe Type WritersOil

holiday weekend with her mother, daughter. Jewel and his mother, burner heaters 7 show cases

Mrs. Ella A. Crippen in Dania. She Mrs. Albert Sykes of Tifton, Ga., a4"a t tb4 I Ij 2 frigidaires 1 set penny scales

was joined there by her son and who was their guest, spent __ Ii 1 14' deep freeze-1 intercom set
j 10 adding machines, electric and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thangsgiving in Tampa. Mrs. Al-

Ronald Stanley of West Palm bert Sykes returned to her home in i I hand
Beach. Tifton from Tampa. 1 key machine with 250 blank keys

The Saturday night dinner Miss Penny Pennington, daughter tJ rv I 1 seal and plaster machine

guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Kellyin of Mr. and Mrs. T, E. Penning- i 3 cigarette machines manual
1 juke box 80 play 4 desks and
Nettie ton and Bobby Shackford, son of I .
Pahokee were Mrs. Rog- .
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Shackford both ". chairs
ers and family, and Junior,Rogers ..... : /, ,
... I Shoes of all sizes, all
and three children, all of Belle of Pahokee, appeared on the "Lets .',' ,'. popular
Glade and Mrs. K6on and Dance" program, Saturday evening brands
Perry '
;, Radios and Record
on Channel 5V est Palm PlayersSox
baby daughter of Lake City.,
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the dozen
Johnny Smith has returned to Beach. 1,. .... by
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nye and Work Pants $5.00 per dozen
his classes at the University of .
family of West Palm Beach were ; Work Shirts, $4.00 per dozen,
Florida, Gainesville after spend- ;
short sleeves
Thanksgiving Day guests of her
ing the holidays with his parents, parents Mr. and Mrs. Richard .;;,:; 22 Rifles Shot Guns Pistols
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith in Canal .
:; "\0> Shot Gun Shells $2.50 box .
Hurt. per '
Point. ': :.:. .," t ;.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Omohundro -I '.. I:. Paint $2.58 per gallon :
Miss Powell of West :
Margaret -- ""
and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Ride- Plumbing Fixtures
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Palm Beach spent the holidays in nour of Michigan City, Mich., who. and Mrs. Ralph Maxson of I Class of 1962 and is now a freshman .1 Ladies & Mens Wrist Watches,

Pahokee with her mother, Mrs. are spending the winter in Brad- I Third St., Canal Point, announce at Florida State University, Benrus and Bulova, 17 and 21
Ora Powell on North Barfield I the and Tallahassee.Mr. .
engagement approaching
enton, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'I jewel
Highway. O. B. McClure Wednesday.. Mr. I marriage of their daughter, Miss Hickerson is a graduate of 1 lot of Dies Threaders, Cutters

Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cunningham McClure and Mr.. Omohundro were Marilyn Sue Sheridan, to Frede- I Admiral Farragut Academy, St. Pipe Wrenches and vices

entertained members of the once classmates.Mr. rick Thomas Hickerson, Jr., son of Petersburg, and presently is at- 1 set of cabinet makers tools
Vesper Choir of the Pahokee First Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Thomas tending the University of Miami.
and Mrs. James D. Latham, :
:Methodist Church at their home on Jr. and daughter, Sheila, of Cocoa, I I (Fred) Hickerson. Sr., 1978 East Plans are being made for a J. J. EASON, Owner .
Bacom Point Road the Main St. Pahokee. Christmas be
following Day wedding to
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ; NOTARY PUBLIC
evening worship service Sunday J. D. Latham, Sr. in Canal Point, I I The bride-elect graduated from at the Canal Point Methodist

night. and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Pahokee High School with the Church Tuesday, Dec. 25. Phone 924-7539

Bob Cote from Florida State I B. Gamble in Pahokee during the I I t t t : t t t t : : : r: : t t t t t t t t : I-
University, Tallahassee and holiday weekend.Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Robert A. shelle'y f: TO VISIT TIlE BROWNSMr.
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Charles Viccaro of Pittsburgh, Pa. J. R. York plans to leave i and daughter, Lisa, spent the II IIi and Mrs. Dale Perry will arrive --
also a student at Florida State, I WILL SEE MIAMI GAME
Saturday for Maryville Tenn. for Thanksgiving holidays at Miami this evening from Gainesvilleto
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Lampi, accompanied -
were guests of Mayor and Mrs.
an extended visit with her son-in- Beach. spend the night with her parents -

Duncan Padgett on Thanksgiving.Mr. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.J Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sganga and Mr. and Mrs. ..1.V.. Brown. their daughter, San-
and Mrs. Albert Gamot, Jr., dra, who had been their house
Browning Roach and family.Mr. Clare and The Perrys will be enroute to Miami -
children Paul Laura of
to Miami Saturday and at-
of West Palm Beach visited his guest
where Mrs. the former
and Mrs. J. W. Brown 2220 New Smyrna Beach were the holiday Perry
tended the Miami Northwestern
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gamot, -
parents. Jean Brown who is a senior at
East Main St. had their
as guest guests of her parents, Mr. Bowl
football in the
and her Mr. and Mrs. game Orange
parents will be
during the Thanksgiving weekend and Mrs. Frank O'Connell in Canal Florida University march-I and watched Sandra perform as
Owen Todd on Thanksgiving Day. their daughter, Miss Joyce Brown j Point. ing with the Gator Band ,
of the Hurricanetts in the
Mrs. Ruth Meredith of Pahokeeand who attends Central Florida College last time when she participates in I one
her sister, Mrs. Mabel Lutz of Ocala, where she is a cheer- John Cook has returned to his the halftime show at the Florida University of Miami's marchingband.
I studies at Florida Air Academy at I This Saturday, Mr. Lampiand
Belle Glade spent ThanksgivingDay leader and has recently been elect- Miami U. football game Saturday
Melbourne after hol- his R. O. ( )
spending the son, Buddy Lampi.
with their brother-in-law and ed of her evening, in the Orange Bowl.
captain group. iday weekend with his parents Jr., plan to attend the Florida-
sister, Mr. and Mrs.. Carl Clawsonin
Lake Worth. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vandegrift at I Miami game in the Orange Bowl. ;
Andy Cummins on Thanksgiving I Port Mayaca. '.... ? Ballet ClassesTo --e. !
Miss Kathleen Spencer has returned '
were her son-in-Iaw'and daughter, Mrs. G. 'B. the l'
to her classes at Florida I Ramey spent Be AvailableBallet HOLIDAY GUESTSMrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hatton, Jr. and Thanksgiving with her had
State Tallahassee and Mildred Schoeppel as
University, ,
:Miss Alyce Joyce Spencer to her family, and Mrs. Cummin's sister, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and classes of the Palm Beach:! holiday guests her son and daugh-
Mrs. Ruth Yarborough and Mrs. Mrs. G. Miller in Studios will be held at
secretarial duties in Orlando, after Hugh and Imperial ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
spending the holiday weekend with '.Gertrude Tyler, both of Umatilla.Rev. grandson, Graham. at Rockledge.Miss the Lion's Club Building (formerly Schoeppel, and her son-in-law and

their parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack and Mrs. Walter Cross of Alice Joy Wilson is con- the Youth Center) on East Main daughter. Captain and Mrs. Fred

Spencer. Tampa visited.his parents, Mr. and valescing at the home of her par- Street beginning Saturday morn- Moore and family all of Miami.

Miss Dianne Whiteside has returned Mrs. W. S. Cross on ThanksgivingDay. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilson on ing, Dec. 1. The classes were Little Lynn Moore remained for a

to Miami where she is a Bacom Point Road, following a formerly conducted at the Wom longer visit with her grandmother,

student at Charron-Williams Busi- Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Weeks and : tonsillectomy Good ;'Samaritan I an's Club Building. Anyone wish- and is here this week, also. Cap-

ness College, after spending the family of Miami were guests of his Hospital, West Palm Beach, last ing to contact Miss Linda Hand tain Moore has received his ordersto

holiday weekend with her parents.Mr. father, J. G. Weeks over the holi- I I FWday. instructor, 47118.BIRTHS report for duty in Plainsville,

and Mrs. R. G. Whiteside, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson and N. J. on January 6, so he and his
members of the faculty of the Pa- and Mrs. Charles Jones of Mrs. Ollie Adams visited Mrs. family plan to move from Miamito

hokee Schools. Clewiston spent Sunday with his Ruby Smith, Sunday, at Broward New Jersey after_ Christmas.

Frank Tillis and sons. Frankie mother, Mrs. C. B. Jones, and were General Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs. Lenwood Fullerof .41

,and George; Julius Moon; J. W. accompanied home by their son, i where she is a patient. Belle Glade announce the birthof Mrs. James G. Thomas, a mem-

Ludlam and son, Wayne and Leo Harold who had spent the holi- an 8 lb., 12% oz. son, on No- ber of the Pahokee Elementary

Maxwell and son, Mead, spent days with his grandmother. I RETURNS TO CONNECTICUTG. vember 26, at Everglades Memorial School faculty is recovering satis-

Friday and Saturday camping out Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jernigan of B. Apelgren: returned to his Hospital.Mr. factorily at Oschner's Clinic, New

, in the woods near Indiantown. Clewiston were the guests' of Mr. : home in, New Britain, Conn., Wed- and Mrs. William S. Bentonof Orleans, La., following surgery on

Lt. Neely Johnson and his roommate and, Mrs. A R. Harrington and I nesday after spending three weeksin Pahokee announce the arrivalof -

Lt. Ben Harwell returned to family on Thanksgiving Day. Pahokee with his son, Robert a daughter Cynthis Lee, on t Mrs. Al Belcher is a patient at

their duties at Moody; Air 'Force '" Mrs., Olla Cross has returned to Apelgren and family at their homeon November 27, at Everglades Memorial 'Evreglades Memorial Hospital,

Base'.Yaldosta, Ga.,.ajter: spendingthe I her home in 'Miami after visiting I, Bacom Point. Road. Hospital. ., this week.Announcing ,
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Thanksgiving ;jjpeekend with for Several, weeks twith, Mrs. Alma
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Lt. Johnson's Mr. and -;- : ': ." :' > "' .,
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; Mrs. Alex M. Johnson. on Bacom }to\iie.'. guests' 'pf, Mr. and Mrs. [

Point Road. 1.;' W. Mullis during the holidays ; (

Mrs. W. S. Cross returned home were his son, Tim Mullis.of Cocoa I .;

!' 'Friday from Everglades Memorial Beach, 'and the Misses Wilma Jean
Hospital where she had been a and Carol Waldron of Melbourne.Bill The OpeningOF

patient for several days. Maxson, a freshman at

Emory and_Henry College, Emory,
Virginia, 'has _returned to his THE-
; classes after spending the holiday
weekend with his parents, Mr. and I

' j SHOP Mrs. Leonard Maxson in Canal
Groves Fruit
I' Canal Point Point. Mayaca Shop .,,3

,, Mrs. R. S. Stokes entered St.

PHONE 924-4551 Mary's Hospital in West Palm ,

Beach. Sunday afternoon for tests
No Appointment Necessary fr-H-4-H-H-H-H-H-H: :H-H I I 1 i'H I I I I1-
and examination.Miss .

Tinting Shaping Betty Johnson, a student at

Charron-Williams Business College SHIPPING FANCY GIFT PACKAGES

Bleaching Cutting has returned to Miami, fol-
visit the Thanks-
lowing a during

t' Cold Waves i giving holidays with her parents.
I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson. Indian River Citrus Fruit

,. $10.00 and up Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyan of
Melbourne were the ThanksgivingDay
All Prices Reasonable
guests of her parents Mr.

Charlene Kimbrell and Mrs. W. S. Cross. Mr. Bran- 'Phone 924-5584. Location: US441 at St Lucie Canal

yan returned to Melbourne but

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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, November 30,1962

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II[News OfTheChhes J. Its 59th AppealThe Has New Ellen Jo MembersMiss Denton and Bar-

bara Perry were received as new

59th Anhual World Mis- members of the Pahokee Assembly -
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sions Appeal, sponsored by"the Order of Rainbow for Girls, at
Local Seventh-day Adventist chur- the meeting in the Masonic Hall,
The Methodist Church) First 'MethodistChurch The Church Of God
ch, opens Saturday, November 24, Monday night, with Miss Velma
Canal Point, Florida PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal 1962. Williams worthy advisor, and her
Point Road Leading the volunteer workers staff of officers in charge of the

"' Robert A. Shelley, Pastor T. C. O'Steen I I participating in the four-week initiation ceremony.
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor citywide drive is Dr. George Randolph Plans were! discussed for holdinga

10:00 a. m.-church School 9:45 a. m.-church School 10:00 a .-Sunday School church home missions di-I I New Year's Eve dance. Detailsof

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service rector The goal here is 1000. the dance will be announced at

6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship 6:45 p. m.-MYF 7:45 p. m. Evangelistic Service Funds will go toward extend- at a later date.

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:45 p. m.-Evening, Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday V.L.B. ing welfare, disaster aid, and educational Mrs. Marie Hughes mother advisor -
MONDAY: TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. services at home as well was in charge of arrange-

3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- Everyone' welcome. Special music as a widespread medical welfare ments. .
TUESDAY: ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. and educational ministry in 195 -
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8:00-p. m.-Woman's Society1st :, other countries.The Missionary GroupIn
Tuesday2nd 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions The Pahokee ChurchOf local church operates a wel-
MONDAY: 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- fare unit at 1208 N. W. Avenue Church Meeting"A
7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting tice NazareneRev. "D", South in the church annex. ;

J WEDNESDAY: 1 Persons in need of assistance or Vigorous Minority in Mexi

7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting Max D. Jones Pastor knowing others needing materialaid co" was the topic of the program
< > ,Week Of Prayer 433 Bacom Point Rd. may phone \VY 6-5195. or WY presented by Mrs. W. S. Evansat
WeekThe I Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 65907. the meeting of the Woman's
First Baptist Baptist Next
SUNDAY SERVICES: On a world basis volunteer Ad- Missionary Union of the Canal

I Church, PahokeeSUNDAY I 9:45: a. m.Sunday School ventist workers in 1961 gave 7- Point Baptist Church held at the
of Prayer for Foreign
11:00 a. m.:Sunday Worship 902,047 hours in welfare servicesto church, Monday night. Those as-
Missions will be held at the Paho
6:30 p. m.-.Juniors 7,179,073 persons. More than sisting Mrs. Evans were Mrs. C. B.
kee First Church next
9:45-Sunday School. 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening $1,545,000 in cash, some 6,706,493 Jones Mrs. D. P. Hughes, Mrs.:J.
week, The
11:00-Morning Worship Monday through Friday. Evangelistic Service articles of clothing and 4,192,288food L. McCall Mrs. J. S. Atkins and
meetings will be held each morn-
6:15 Union WEDNESDAY: baskets were contributed. Mrs. M. F' George.
ing at 9:30 a. m., on Wed-
7:3QEveningVorship 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer Approximately 50 per cent of this Mrs. J. D. Latham, Sr., president -
WEDNESDAY nesday when will be presented meeting aid was given in North America. presided over the meeting.
at the regular prayer meet- "'Where stranger but e _
7:30 Service you are a Seventh-day Adventist members
.- ing hour 7:30 p. m. once." themselves contributed $93,902,355last Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ford had;as
The theme for the weekis .
general year toward the support of a holiday guest their son Ray,
Canal Point "God's Gift the Light of the CLASSIFIED ADS PAY01VIDENDS their world church program, in addition a student at Forest Lake Academy -

Baptist Church World." The topics for each day i to welfare activities. Orlando.
and the persons in charge are I

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SUNDAY: Monday "The Light Dispelsthe .
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School
Darkness of Ignorance", Mrs.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Joe .E. Thompson.
6:30 m.--Training Union
p. Tuesday-"The Light Alleviatesthe
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship .
Darkness of Suffering, Mrs.L.

WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.-Prayer: Meeting M. Munis of the Lottie Moon .J "All I want for Christmas is
Wednesday "Extending the

Church Of God, Light" (a film), Mrs. R. S. Douthitof my own EXTENSION phone"

the Grace Jernigan Circle.
Barfield HighwayPahokee
Thursday-"The Light Banishes
The Darkness of Sin," Mrs. Don
Fla.J. .
Collier of the Betty Mills Circle.
W. Hughes,Minister
Friday "The Light Rebukesthe I
Phone 924-3736
'; Darkness of Selfishness," Mrs.

SUNDAY: Annette McCurdy. of the Faye ...
9:45 a. m.-Sunday.School -:'.
Taylor .
'. 11:00 a. m.J.lornlngVorship !
Mrs. Guthrie Colvard will present -
L| 7:30 p. m.-Evangelistic Ser- rf
a program of special music .
vice'TUESDA I .
each day.Cub .
Y: .. -
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service
THURSDAY: Scout Pack
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ
Service In Tuesday MeetingThe

St. Peter's.e.Lutheran regular monthly meeting of :
Pahokee Cub Scout Pack 623 was

Church, Belle Glade held Tuesday night in the social : ;
hall of the First Methodist Chur-

August Koerber Pastor
Cubmaster W. O. (Bill) Moss 4\ I
601 W. Lake Rd.. Belle Glade .
SUNDAY: gave the opening prayer and wel-
s '
Divine Services 11 A. M. comed the Cubs, parents and visit- : .
School 9:45 A' M. ors. The Cubs of Den V conductedthe

.... flag ceremony.The .
denners from all five dens ..s
Holy Nativ 'tyEpiscop stepped to the front of the hall ..

l ChurchPahokee and led the P ..CiIt; singing "She'llBe
Coming 'Roudd"-the Mountain.
Cubmaster Mos ,S
e presented the
: Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar'' following awards: Bobcat awards S A

SUNDAY, : .i. :: .to.Ward Bradley; Jose Antuna, jr.

< <10 a. m.-Sunday School Juan Antuna Robert Maxwell ,

r|: 11:00 a. 'm.--Worship Service.. Mark, Wetherington; Milton Douglas -
,r w. tm James Lee Shirley and Gale, /

Canal Point First Carraw'ayr the Wolf badge, one ;:f
gold arrow and two silver arrowsto

Baptist ChurchElder Jimmy Stewart; the Bear badge ? Y *

and one gold arrow to Greg Brower -

R. E. Barfield ; and, the Bear badge to, Gene' "' y Y:...':. .... _w__. .. R. .:. .... < .">#.
SUNDAY:. Aldridge.The .

10:00: a. m.-Sunday School Cubs of Dens I, II, III and '.
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship IV : I I ;,
presented skits relating to the
7:00 p..m.-B. T. C. : Who wouldn't love the bright surprise of
theme of them nth, "Buckskin
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Pioneers." 'j / S a very personal extension phone! In a

WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. .-Midweek: Prayer Den IV received the honor plaque -I. pretty, favorite color, of course. Fun and ;

Service and attendance flag, and Pen and one privacy for the teenagers-comfort and ;
II was awarded the conduct ban-I'I
2nd' and 4th TUESDAYS: f for Mom! convenience for the grownups. These are i iI
7:30 m.-Ladies Auxiliary ner.Cubmaster
p. Moss announced that the things give when
:;: Meeting. I I r thoughtful you you
the theme for December will be give extension phones. Other modem telephone ; .
"The /
Magic of Christmas" and
.- St Mary's Catholic that the Pack meeting will be conveniences to consider for gift- i

Church held on December 18 at 7:30 p. giving: the melodic Bell Chime, the time : ..

m. The den mothers will hold their : and step saving Home Interphone. Just call '

Father Francis Fennech Pastor meeting on December 11 at 4 p.m. J : -' f ...and one business office. !
Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. at the home of Mrs. W. O. Moss our

Confessions before Mass The meeting was closed with the for Dad! : '

-4e. group singing. "Goodnight Cub .
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Pope of Canal Scouts. j
I SouthernBell ,
\Point.were dinner guests Satur- -
.day, of his brother-in-law andS Mrs. D. L. Hooks of Canal Point
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4' sister Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Carter spent several days this week with t"' ".

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Page Eight I The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday, November 30, 1962 !


:-';:!:' FIELD DAY t RESOLUTION In Memory OF RESPECT of i Miss Kay Hughes Bibical Musum To ';

Brother Hugo Boe. Who passed Open At Lake WalesLAKE

/. FOR away October 22nd, A.. D. 1962 A. WedsT.J.Wanek


The Angel of Death has invaided well-known sculptress will open a

the ranks of the Craft and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey P. Hughesof four scene exhibit of Bibical his-

USDA, SUGARCANE FIELD STATION, CANAL POINT, FLORIDA summoned one of' the true and I I Bryant announce the marriageof torical events skillfully done in

faithful. His passing leaves a pangof their Hilda Katherine -
DECEMBER 4, 1962 of sadness. wax at the Scenic theatre build-
sorrow, and a feeling to Thomas J. Wanek airman t

8:30-.9:00 a. m. Registration of visitors Introduction and Orienta- His voice will be heard no more second class in the U. S. Air Force I ing in downtown Lake Wales

tion, Divide into 6 groups for station tour. around the altar of Masonry but. at McCord AFB, Tacoma, Washington Wednesday, November 21 at 2

9:00-12:00: a. m. Visitors divided into groups during this period to the noble example of his unselfish -I on Saturday Nov. 3 at 2:30 p. m.
and devoted life will continueto
have 30-minute conducted tours with different pro- I I p. m. Captain McNichola chaplain To be known as Leone's Bibical
live to guide the footsteps and
gram leaders in respective areas as follows: officiated at the double-ring
direct the conduct of many men. Museum the display of life-like
I I which was held in the
.. 1. James R. Gifford Entomology A review of the entomological His achievements and sacrificeswill ceremony and life-size figures will be open to '
problems of sugarcane in Florida. live in the hearts of the Craft the public daily, no admission
The bride given in '
2. Edwin H. Todd Pathology A tour of pathology greenhouses and we shall think of him as livinga age by Gordon Fisch wore a charge until at least December 31. t

t..: and hot-water treating facilities. beautiful ascending and expand- street-length dress of white silk Mrs. Chaney chose Lake Walesas
ing life made radiant by the lights the site of her exhibit, after Inspecting -
.'.: 3. Carl O. Grassl Interspecific Breeding A tour of can CUI-I of true fraternal love. in-I I other locations in Flor- \
: tures and special breeding facilities.
Resolved That Everglades and
with rounded neckline and ida, because of the religious

,- ..,; '4. Preston H. Dunckelman Production Breeding A toyr of Lodge No. 211 F.&A.M. of Paho- length sleeves. Her veil of silk cultural grouping here of such

breeding greenhouses to demonstrate work on crossing methods kee Florida in testimony of our well-known nearby tourist attrac-
e* as well as seed drying and treating prior to shipment of loss be draped in mourning for I i I illusion was attached to a crown I II tions as the Black Hills Passion

,.-f seed to seedling stations. the proper time and that we I I of seed pearls and she carried a I Gardens Great
Play Cypress
bouquet of white roses
: 5. Edwin R. Rice and tender the family 'our deepest nosegay Bok Tower and Casa i
f- Agronomy, Seedling Variety Testing and white carnations.The Masterpiece,
.'; A tour of station plots with a review of recent seedling and sympathy in their affliction and de Josefina.
bride's Mrs.
rFvariety testing in Florida. that a copy of these resolutions be only attendant She will be present each day including -
Eaton matron of honor
Margo ,
sent to the family.
.J, 6. Bascom A. Belcher Agronomy, World Reference Collection Rufus E. Hughes wore a sheath of blue satin and Sundays and holidays to

: A tour of station plots with 'a review of World Reference Master her corsage was of white carna- personally greet visitors. Her

!' Collection of varieties. Worshipful tions. coming to Lake Wales is sponsored -
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Wales Amphi-
12:00 Noon Assemble in front of Crossing House for group pictures. Samuel J. Baggett James D. Lawson served as best by the Lake winter homeof
theatre Corporation
.. man for the groom.
12:152:30 p. m. Dutch luncheon at Community Building in Canal i Following the ceremony a reception the Black Hills Passion Play)

''. Point ($1.50 per plate)* followed by brief talks. I was held at the home of and the Greater Lake Wales

1. "Sugarcane Research Program of USDA and its Purpose" by Lynette Hammond i. the bridal couple where gifts were Chamber of Commerce.

Dr. I. E. Stokes Leader, Sugarcane and Sweet Sorghum Investigations Honored At ShowerThe I displayed including an electric Originally from St. Louis, Mis-

:; USDA, ARS, CRD Beltsville, Maryland. ;: mixmaster electric toaster carv- souri, she learned the art of sculp-

: home of Mrs. Alex Johnson ;j!: ing set and steak knife set all presented turing in wax as a very young
L. 2. "The University of Florida's Place in the Sugarcane Research of her
under the guidance
.v.:'' Program" by Dr. W. T. Forsee Jr., Chemist in Charge Ever- 3417 Bacom Point Road Pahokee ::1 by AirmanVanek.s squadron. girl who was
B. W. Christophel
glades Experiment Station, Belle Glade Florida. I was the scene, Tuesday night of uncle
in the
a calling shower in compliment to The bride is a graduate of Paho- considered outstanding pro-
3.."Sugarcane Fertilization and Field Practices for Sugarcane 1960 and fession. One of her most severe
f. Miss bride- kee High School class of
in Florida" by Mr. F. LeGrand, Sugarcane Agronomist I Lynette Hammond I critics and instructors was her
Everglades Experiment Station. elect of John T. Thompson of | attended Jones Business Collegein I
i Charles Bremser, a prom-
Belle Glade whose wedding on Orlando. The groom is a nativeof father

4. Questions and Discussion. J December 16 will take place at the St. Paul Minn. and is servinghis inent St. Louis artist.

second in the Air Force. If sufficient public interest is
Reservations for lunch should be made to B. A. Belcher Box 156, First Baptist Church in Pahokee. year will
Canal Point, Florida by not later than Saturday December 1, prefer- Hostesses with Mrs. Johnson j i Airman and Mrs. Wanek are at shown Mrs. Chaney probably
home at 12605 S. Pacific Ave. decide to locate here permanentlyand
ably by mail. were Mrs. J.' L. Humphrey Sr.; i
_ _ __ : __________________________. Tacoma. maintain a studio to continueher
wwwwwBelle Mrs. Karl Mindlin; Mrs. E. L.
i ... work.
THANKSGIVING GUESTS Pope Sr.; Mrs. Frank Thompson; j

Glade Wins- Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. I Mrs. Wiley Tillis Mrs. Lester.: Pearl Harbor Day The four Bibical scenes the so well-rea-

and Mrs. J. L. Humphrey Sr. Hand and Mrs. J. T. Boynton.The j listically depicted are
(Continued From Page 1) were their son-in-law and daughter refreshment table was laid j: To Be Recognized known Last Supper, the Crucifixion -

record for conversions. set four Mr. and Mrs. William Weathers I with a cloth of white lace, cent- I I, ......-.- Christ Praying at the Rock
of Christ.
and the Birth
ered with of
an arrangement pink,
and son and daughter Billy
years ago. .
armed forces will be saluted
>I on Mrs. Chaney has previously ex-
and Theresa their son and daugh Mary Johnson hibiscus and fern. j'I
Close behind the two-point mak- ;
Pearl Harbor members ofI in
Day by hibited her religious characters
Appointments were of silver. Mrs.
ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. L. .
ing leaders came Pahokee's junior Humphrey Jr. and Peter Newton and'Mrs.' D. L. Zac- I I the Florida Public Relations Association other parts of the nation and has

quarterback star, Harold Peacock Diane; and Mrs. Humphrey's'brother. daughter, I cagnino served and Mrs. John |I during the group's annual received many favorable press reviews -

who tallied 13 points in the tie for :I A. J. Harville Jr. and I Starling had charge of the guest \i convention in Jacksonville. and letters of praise from
book. 1 Lt. Gen. Louis B. Hershey, director the public.
a season total of 68. Following daughter, Kim, of Belle Glade.
these three were Did Mills of ... I I The guest of honor was presented i of the U. S. Selective Ser- She has created personally over

with a of white carnations vice, will address the convention at the years every one of the figures,
Belle Glade at 50, Tom Close of VISIT IN GEORGIAD. 1 corsage I
' Belle Glade with 48, Larry Hen- and an electric iron by the a luncheon Friday, Dec. 6. He will first modeling them in clay, using
I L. Hooks of Canal Point and
derson of Seacrest with 36 and hostesses in addition to the other i be followed by Admiral John M. glass surgical eyes; the teeth are

Ken Foote of Stuart and Horace A. F. Hooks of Clewiston are visit- lovely gifts. McCain, chief of information of professionally made dentures. Human -

Wise of Lake Worth with 30 ing relatives in Georgia this Some eighty guests called during j i I the U. S. Navy Department. Both hair imported from Tibet, is

the evening. men will stress the country's de- inserted one strand at a time. The
each. week. will
f points They join,. Stanley t
-4. I fense on the anniversary of Pearl I robes and scenes settings are her
The conference's principals and Hooks the son of D. L. Hooks at

coaches will have their annual'I Dublin, Ga. where they will visit 1 Off-Campus School Harbor Day. I I own design.
Some 250 members of the Flor- -
winter meeting at Vero Beach Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hooks. They I Ii ,
Dec. 1, and the Suncoast's basket- will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gets Green LightJACKSONVILLE ida Public Relations Association' Foot Ball Playoff

ball season starts Dec. 11. Vero I T. E. Hooks in Swainsboro and 4H** K i j will stage their 24th annual convention I

and Palm Beach will become title also visit relatives in Brunswick. Florida'snew at the Roosevelt Hotel. i Plan Is Suggested

contenders with the new season I off-campus educational Insti-!I Dec. 6-8. J. S. Peters director of

to make this an 11-team race for IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE tution was given the go-ahead for ;'I membership of the Florida Fruit GAINESVILLE Florida high
the first time. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR PALM I a huge expansion program during & Vegetable Association is president school principals have voted approval -

Final gridirons standings: BEACH COUNTYIN the coming twoyears.The of the group which includes of a state football champ
W L T Pet. J. ADAMS and D. A. ADAMS : I Board of Control recently representing Florida business, indUstry ionship playoff plan. It will likelybe

Belle Glade 7 0 1 ,938R Plaintiffsvs :. approved a budget of' $4.7 million government banking and put into effect in the 1963-64
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Pahokee 6 1 1 .813 ALL PERSONS CLAIMING ANY : for the Institute for Continuing public relatios agencies. school year.'
i Seacrest 5 2 1 .688 ESTATE. RIGHT. TITLE: OR IN- : University Studies for the 1983- I Lafayette Golden executive secretary -
M Lake worth 5 3 0 .625 REAL PROPERTY HEREIN DE :: 65 biennium. The funds will be BACK TO TALLAHASSEE" of the Florida High School t

Forest Hill 4 4 0 .500 SCRIBED. OR ANY PART ': used in the hiring of over 100 instructors I Miss Sue Sheridan has returnedo ,.Activities Association, announced '

r Fort Pierce 3 4 1 .438 THEREOF Defendants :: I and to completely ex- Tallahassee where she is a stu II that a proposal for a 12th game ,

" Stuart 2 6 0 .250 NOTICE TO APPEAR pand the program of off-campus dent at Florida State University, on the football season has been ap-

Clewiston 1 7 0 .125 SUIT TO QUIET TITLE higher education. after spending the holidays in proved. This would permit grid
Riviera Beach 1 7 0 .125 ALL PERSONS CLAIMING ANY I I Dr. Myron Blee who heads the : Canal Point with her parents Mr. ,i championship playoffs in various

ESTATE. RIGHT TITLE OR IN- I institute, says he envisions enrollment : and Mrs. Ralph Maxson. classifications for a state crown. I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THE REAL PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED I I from the present 4,120 to up- 1 He stressed however the playoffis
FIFTEENTH' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF OR ANY PART THEREOF. wards of 10,000. The board changed Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson and not mandatory and schools do
FLORIDA IN AND FOR PALM Defendants Greetings: !
BEACH COUNTY I You are hereby notified that a pro- the title of Director Myron ; Mrs. Alma Nall were recent visit- not have to participate in the'playoff -

IN CHANCERY 62-C-2305-D ceeding to quiet title has been brought Blee to president to put him on ors in Dade City. plan.
LESLIE SMITH : in the Circuit Court for Palm Beach
Plaintiff : I County Florida, against all persons equal footing with the presidentsof

-w- : claiming any estate right title or interest existing state universities. . . . . .
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ANNIE BELL SMITH. : in. or lien upon, the following t I I I 1 I I 4 1 I i I I I I I I I I I+Ft"i-: I 1 I I I I I J iII, }I4
Defendant : described real property situate In
NOTICE OF SUIT Palm Beach County. Florida to-wit: Mrs. Pearl
; TO: ANNIE BELL SMITH The Northwest Quarter (NW>/ ) of SpoonerHas THEATRESPRINCE
MINTERS. ALABAMAYou the Southwest Quarter (SW>/4) of
are hereby notified that Leslie the Southeast Quarter (SE>/.) of Birthday Party
Smith has fll3 a Bill of Complaint Section 9. Township 46 South,
against you fo. divorce, and you ire Range 36 East containing 10 acres LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
required to serve a copy of your answerto more or less. I I Mrs. Marvin Cowart entertainedat
the complaint on the plaintiffs At- I and you. and each of you. are hereby her home in Pahokee with a
torney Thadd Whldden. P. O. Box 705. t required to file your answer to the Pahokee < le] Glade Road
Pahok Florida and file the original. complaint filed in this suit against family reunion and surprise dinner -
answer In the office of the Clerk of the I you on or before December 10. 1962 in party on November 18, -honoringher - 2 DIG FEATUnES-
Circuit Court of Palm Beach County, { the office of the Clerk of the above
West Palm Beach. Florida, on or before I styled curt and to serve a copy of your mother, Mrs.. Pearl Spooner UNDA' MONDAY TUESD4 %
the 10th day of December 1962; if j answer on the Plaintiffs Attorney of who was observing the 75th anniversary -
you fall to do so. Judgment by default i record Thadd Whldden. whose address SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYDECEMBER DECEMBER 2-3-4
will be taken against you for the relief Is P. O. Box 705. Pahokee. Florida hot of her birthday. Those at- i
demanded In the complaint. I J. later than December 10. 1962. I tending were Mr. and Mrs. Stew- 2-3-4 "The Man Who Shot
DATED this 7th day of November Herein fall not or a. Decree Pro =on- I
1962. fesso will be entered against you and I are Spooner and Mrs. Robert Libert Valance"
J. ALEX ARNETTE each of you. by default. Chard, all of Ft, Myers; Mr. and "CAPE FEAR"GREGORY
Clerk of the Circuit Court J I WITNESS my hand and seal of aid Mrs. JAMES STEWART AND.
(Circuit Court Seal) 1 Court at West Palm Beach Florida this Spooner; and familyof
By Thaddle P. Plant. 7th day of November. 1962. Chosen; Mr. and Mrs. Julius PECK, ROBERT JOHN WAYNE
Deputy Clerk J. ALEX ARNETTE Moon of Pahokee Mrs. -AlJG-
Publish November 9, 16. 23 30. 1962 Clerk of the Circuit Court I ; Lloyd MITCHUM AND POLLY
Thadd Whldden Circuit Court Seal) Bass of Chosen; Marvin Cowart
Attorney for Plaintiff .. _-' By Thaddle P. Plant and Misses Anita and Debbie I BERGEN "Foxhole In Cairo"
P. O. Box 70S Deputy Clerk
Pahokee, Florid .Publish November I, 16. 23 30. 1962 Cowart. i i 111 1"1' M 1111111111,11.,111." MMMM tf

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