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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079910:00079
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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June 23,1961CIRCULATING PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDJhIj1



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;,$ I Pahokee EFAW1iiSSuperior Celery Growers Donald Branch' Is Scout Drive Not BankOf Pahokee :f.i

Hearing On June 28 A Spec Fisherman Getting Enough Cash '

\ Rating Improvement Plan
1\ Commissioner of Agriculture A total of $1,093, has been collected -
r i Doyle Conner Tuesday called for a in the local Boy Scout fundraising -
Norma Norman, advisor of the I public hearing on a proposed marketing drive for the Gulf Stream, An improvement plan that has i
Pahokee High School F u t u r e I order for Florida celery to Council to date with still some included refurbishing, redecoratingthe
Fanners of America and the following be held in Orlando June 28: The cards ,to be turned in, J. L. Tyson, interior, and painting the exterior -
delegates, Pat and Mead hearing was requested by a groupof Jr., drive treasurer has reported. of the building has been under -
Maxwell and Tommie Holt of Pa- .celery producers.The Local Scout officials and leadersare steady progress at the Bank of
hokee and Mike Maxson and'Vi1le meeting will start in the of- Y rya i4yE hoping the Pahokee quota of Pahokee for several weeks.' I
... Veal of Canal,Point, returned home fices of the Florida Fruit and Vege- $2,000 will be reached, as the ser- 'On the exterior the popular financial -
Saturday after attending: the State !table Association, 4401 East Colonial vices of a full-time Scout field ex- institution has been repainted -
Convention held last week in Day- I Drive at 10 a. m ecutive has been promised for the and decorated with marble
tona Beach. Conner said that the purpose of Glades District by GSC if the dis around the street sides of the
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At this convention the Pahokee the meeting was to hear testi- trict's quota of $10,000 is met. building. A parking lot at the rear
Chapter received a superior rating mony to determine, the need of a Al Beverly is heading the local of the bank has been black topped '
ti award. This is the second year in celery marketing order to pro-' drive. for the convenience of the bank's
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succession Pahokee has won this mote the commodity. many patrons. '
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rating. ... -- i A new set of handsome glass
I / Also at the convention Willie Cap Piling For I doors has replaced the older ones::
Veal was elected 6th vicepresident. funeral ServicesFor i that served for so many years. To __
: With the election of the vice- Baptist S S Bldg I ease eye strain on employees the \'
presidency, he will have to returp Joe B. Crosby I Donald young son of Mr. and' glass in the doors and the surrounding ;
to Daytona Beach July 19-22 and Mrs. Julian Branch of Pahokee, Js windows were tinted to a
r attend officer's school of instruc a splendid speckled perch fisher- Workmen are busy this week on delicate shade of green. '
tions. June 23-29 he. is scheduledto : Funeral services were held yesterday man. Just recently Donald spent a the new Sunday School building to On the interior bank officials had
join the officers on a tour of the I afternoon at two o'clock few hours fishing in the West Palm be erected in Canal.Point next door I the old dark floor ripped out anda
State, stopping in Jacksonville, for Joe B. Crosby in Pahokee at Beach, canal in Canal Point and to the Canal Point Baptist Church. bright and eye-catching pattern I
Daytona West Palm Beach and the Methodist church with Eeldera landed a handsome string of'specs. Clearing of the lot was completedlast I I put down. The latest addition to ,
:Miami. In the fall he is to attend O. W. Thomas, and Van Lightsey He had nearly the limit and the week and several loads of fill the beauty of the interior came this ,
i the National Convention in Kansas conducting the ceremony. Burial string contained many nice sized were hauled in for the job. week when handsome drapes were
It: City, Kansas. will be in Pearson, Ga.. specs and the total weight was This week the piling' have been I I| put up at the windows, replacingthe ; +
Eddie Vertonimen of Pahokee is Mr. Crosby was 78 years old and too much for Donald, so he calledon driven and capped with concrete. I I Venetian blinds that had served II
I tobe awarded the American Farmer i came to this sectiqn from ,Pearson, his Grandpa- Roscoe Stokes of The estimated cost of the new before. ,
Degree at ,the National Conven- Ga., in 1922. He was a fanner here Canal Point to assist in lifting structure is $3 ,OOO.OO, according I l Much new equipment has been ..
tion in Kansas. until he was stricken several years them for the photographer.ProgramPlanned"_ to Grady Echols, who is general I I I added in' the bookkeeping department J
Curtis Stevens and Kenneth ago.,'He had been confined to,Ms :iI chaiman of the. improvement, prq-I and today "Palm BeachCounty's \!
I '"Scrivens of the Pahokee Chapter bed for/many' years. v ,. ';*"**_ :.'* ,-- ti i OldestBanK'lias""alltne ":

I II are to attend F. F. A. rump: at Surviving are; his widow, Mrs. [ Chester A. Cone is the architect I earmarks of being one of Palm \
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\ Camp O'Leno near White Springs Rennie Crosby of Pahokee; a son, employed by the membership of Beach County's, most modernly
is July 916th.Garden. ,. mtm Louis Crosby, of Atlanta Ga.'; a ForVegetable: Men the church. The building permitwas equipped, financial institutions.. .
f Mrs. Lois Allan of Atlanta -
daughter, issued by Palm Beach' County
J Club Short Ga.; two sisters, :Mrs. Susie Zoning Board. Women's Club Plan .
Bezelle of West Palm Beach arid ORLANDO The interdependence ?
Course At U of Fla. Mrs. Ruth Oquinn of Jesup, Ga.; of all phases of agricultureand New Service For Special ProgramI
in the national and
seven grandchildren and six great- industry
GAINESVILLE More than 2UO grand-children. state economy will be the founda- I State Cattlemen I I MIAMI-President Mrs E. Lee
persons attended the opening session .tion for the theme "Your Friends :I"'Ozbirn of the General Federationof

today of the seventeenth annual I Vacation School Had and Ours", to be the highlight of Agriculture Commissioner Doyle+I \ Clubs announced to
Garden Club short course at 'the 18th Annual Convention of delegates at the 70th anual conven-
the University of Florida. j I 70 Pupils Enrolled Florida Fruit and Vegetable Association ,Conner told the Florida Cattle:I tion that she had chosen "Western

Theme of this'year's short courseis in Miami Beach, September men's Association in Convention in I I Hemispheric Solidarity for Survi-.

"Build Tomorrow on Today's ,Mrs. B. T. Vorhees, superintendent I 27-29, J. Abney Cox Princeton, Clewiston Friday he would establish val" as the dominant Federation
Learning." The three-day sessionis of the Vacation Bible School I general chairman of the organiza- a cattle marketing informa- effort during her term of office.
being conducted by the General tion's convention committee said tion service in the near future. As head of the powerful groupof
Extension Division of Florida in held last week, at the Canal Point I here today. Conner said the new- service I eleven, million ,women she will
cooperation with the Florida Fed- Methodist Church, reported the This convention is expected to I II would keep cattlemen posted on endeavor to throw the weight of
eration of Garden Clubs. fsohool began June 12th with 70 have a record-breaking prices, supplies, receipts, shipments i the organization behind a program
Brief welcome remarks were offered pupils and 14 teachers enrolled, I I ance as well as a attend-I and forecasts. i designed to promote better understanding -
by Dr. J. Wayne Reitz pres- and closed June'17th. During which program covering all ,This would allow Florida cattle.I of the Latin-American
ident of the University of Florida; time; they had an, 84 percent at- Florida agriculture, Cox stated. ''I men to plan and, conduct their operations problem and pointed'out that it is
Mrs. Edith McBride Cameron, head tendance record. A closing pro- The convention theme "Your on a sensible, practical, up to each individual citizen to do
of the Department of Auditory'In gram was held pn Friday with a. Frineds and Ours", will stress tha i efficient basis, he said. Conner also their part rather than leaving it
struction and Women's Activitiesof display of the handcrafe and note fact that both agriculture and in- said it would inform ranchers how entirely to political leaders. \ ..
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the General Extension Division; books. dustry are dependent upon the general to get the best, market price for "We are going to have to make
.. Mrs Jack Dunlap of Orange Park, I economic welfare of the nation their beef cattle. up our minds to erase Communismfrom
'firSt vice president of the Florida I Local Young Man: and state and that both factors .. the Western Hemisphere .or
Federation of Garden Clubs; and I i have to work together for the com- Canal Point Lions we will have to learn to live in a "
,Mrs. Frank L. Brown of Neptune Receives MD DegreeMax mon good and that the prosperityof Communist dominated world,." she
f. Beach, chairman ,of the short each is so closely tied in with Have Short Meeting said. j
course advisory committee.Mrs. William Wilson son of Mr. the other that there must be a uni- She pointed to the program of ,,
Crawford T. Bickford of and-Mrs. Frank M. Wilson of Canal fied effort to make sure that industry The Canal Point Lions Club helda the Federation in sponsoring exchange 1' '!
Englewood was the first speaker Point received a Doctor of Med- management and labor and brief meeting Monday evening, ,;students with scholarship I
today. A special consultant to the icine degree at the lllth annual farmers, no matter what commodity with P. A. Slonaker: outgoing president awarded to Latin American stu'
short course, she has received, numerous commencement of the Universityof they grow, make a reasonable presiding. A large numberof dents. She said $30,000; had already ..
honors for her work in Rochester, Rochester, N. Y. return on their work, investmentsand the members had made plan to been invested in this program and
garden" circles, on park boards and Dr. Wilson who took his pre- efforts Cox added. attend the Council Meeting of it is being expanded to a quarterof
as 'a flower judge. As board mem- ,med work at the University ,of One of the largest representations South Bay, Belle Glade and Paho a million dollars. '
ber of the Florida Federation of I Florida will serve his internshipin at the FFVA Convention will kee which was held that night Garden Clubs, she chaired the third medicine and surgery at the be from the citrus industry whose Belle Glade. Business was' tabled Scholars" program she said the-
..annual State Flower Show which University Kansas Medical leaders realize that every segment until the next meeting. GFWC is also developing studies:
WOn the .National Council Gold Center, Kansas City Kan. (Continued on page '4) of every Latin American country
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show in 1960. VISIT GAINESVILLE Joe Mathis Named :Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sheppardand FATHER'S DAY GUESTS
-s.- -- Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgettand daughter, Hazel, accompaniedby liar and :Mrs. Stanley Hooks'and
NEW RESIDENTS! s grandson Franky ,Carets, Bay County Judge George Kingsley of Canal Point, family of Dectaur, Georgia, Mr.
:: ::Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ford daughter drove up to' Gainesville Friday P. left June 9th for Tallahassee where and Mrs. Bob Harris and, three '
Mary Ann and son Ray, arrived hL., and were the weekend guestsof Attorney Joseph Mathis of Pan- Mrs. Sheppard and Hazel stoppedfor sons of West Palm Beach and John .J
: in Canal Point, this weekend, their son and daughter-in-law ama City was named Bay County a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Howard (Sonny) Hooks of Miami, ,
from: Longwood. They 'have purchased Mr. and Mrs. Calvin .Padgett>> aDd Judge by Governor, Farris Bryant Edwin DeLean, while Mr. DeLeon were Father's Day luncheon guesta"of
the Hatfield home north of: son, Jim and returned. ,.to,'Paho on :Tuesday of ,this' week. Mr. accompanied' men on a buai- 'their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D:
:Canal Point. Mr. Ford is agricultural kee Sunday,nlght.., MathJa has been prominent-in Bay ness trip, 'to LouiaviHe. Ky.. L. Hooks of Canal Point. .
superintendent of Osceoia'Farma county politics,and civic cub.wot'k; I.. i .o. i -.
; Mill and before his family Mr. and Mrs.'D. W.. 'meter haw: for several years. He i* a brother Mr. and Mrs.: Cam Rucaom Mrs W. M. Dubose. is the guest'ef f

:moved here,,.he lived in 'one Of gone to their heaae at:High Point,, of,Mr Harry:X. 'K'YRtnh'el'B aad aa. Jobs, have''gene to Hea- her huafeaad, W.., M. Dubose'wJackaopvMe. ..' i

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The Rardin Building In Canal 'Point, Florida ,
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I J THE LAKE DKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF are due if your SPARE ROOMS for rent If you BUY AND SELL real estate with

to be have in touch with this confidence thru Bill J. Bailey or
name label shows you in one, get
) THE 'EVERGLADES 'NEWS: arrear on payment. Send along newspaper. and insert a $1 classified C. A. Bailey, Belle Glade.

that $2.00 payment now and we ad. It will get.results._All ads
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region-Without will continue to send you this great I payable in advance. Everglades VACATION TIME is just around

Interruption Every,Week for More Than 30 Years palladium of. the family firesida. News, Canal Point Fla. the corner. Before you take off,
.1 I how about dropping a check for
The Everglades News, Canal Point
Established,. March .11,1924 Published Every Friday Fla. SAMPLE COPIES of last_ week's $2.00 in the mail for your subscription -

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe edition of The Everglades News to The Everglades News, Canal -

APARTMENTS are needed by I were mailed in Canal Point and Point, Fla.
Everglade News Is Entered at-the Post OfficeIn
many folks coming into this area new subscriptions will be welcomed -
Canal Point:; Florida, as Second Class Matter to earn a living; Do you have one this week. Just $2.00 for a year GOOD BUY! Corner lot 100 x 135

for rent? Tell them and the world will keep you informed of happ '1- in Belle Glade. C. A. Bailey; RealEstate.
Rardin Owner Editor
Paul Publisher
Phone WY 6-3084 Belle
,
through a $1 classified ad in these ings in this area.*
I columns. Send along a descriptionof Glade.
RUBBER HOSE :More than a
the apartment'and a $1 bill andwe'll
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million feet in stock below
do the rest. The Everglades prices I'I'i I
News, 'Canal Point, Fla. I i jobbers costs, garden hose and industrial 4700 ACRES
: hose for every servica.
i PASTURE FOR SALE. Farm I Suction, fire, air, water irrigation,1 I Good pasture land, plenty grass

r I| land. Acreage. Business loca- spray. HOSE, REMNANTS, MILL!I also can be used for citrus and pro
tions. See Bill J.. Bailey or C. A. ENDS Couplings of all kinds. AN duce. Mostly cleared and about

Bailey, Real Estate, Belle Glade, INCH OR A MILE. AMAZON J I 1000 acres peat. Natural drainage

Fla. ,HOSE & RUBBER CO. 3946 N.I I and 2 miles road frontage. Only

Miami Ave. Phone PLaza 44566. $175.00 per acre, good terms. Also
t'OR SALE: New and used Willys
Y.What you can do) 7-14-Pd. 1,000 acres at $185.00 per acre.
I Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
These and located
are bargains
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to tn Belle Glade, Phone 3058.
fight... t Oct. 17-54-ch. ABOUT 600 ACRES for sale, close by in :Martin County, good

.A"- partly improved with poor roadto chance for fast increase in price.

C ONSTANTLY OBEY ALL WSJ,. 28 ACRES on short cut, road, Lot it. $125 per acre See, call ur I I J. B. POWELL JR. i
of money but worth it. Bill J. write, Bill J. Bailey or C. A. Bailey ,
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Bailey, Real Estate, Phone WY Belle Glade, Fla.,. Phone WY BROKER
: EPORT TO PROPEfc AUTHORITIES FORMA"TIO-q 6-3084, Belle Glade.Rehearsal 6-3084. I Harvey Bldg. West ,Palm Beach

'1- 4 ,R YOU HAVE ABOUT ANY CRIMINAL_ACTIVITY ; I 'V_ .. for full information.

I Rev. and ,Mrs. Tom O'Steen Miss : : : : It : I I : : : : II I : : :
PartyAt
; I ,NSIST ON GOOD GOVERNMENT AT ALL LEVELS ,: Linda Hand, Richard Meyer, Mr.I LOST OR STRAYED: Two year-
i '-- Rardin HomeMrs. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr., Mr.
I : lings, Black and White Bull and
f_ .. .. t and Mrs. Jay Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Red and White Heifer. Marked
AKE YOUR I INFLUENCE FELT IN SUPPORT OF Robert O. Lampi, Miss Jill M-
Paul Rardin with Red Paint. E. E.
and :Mrs. Lester Notify Kane
M ADEOUATE PAY TRAINING AND FAOUTI William
), Ilwain, Mr. and :Mrs. D.
FOR, LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS" "* ? Hand entertained Saturday I Davenport Lester Hand and Paul Box 3-B, Lucky Star Dude Ranch.
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evening at Mrs. Rardin's home in Itc
:Rardin.Mr. .
I E DUCATE YOUR CHILDREN TO RESPECT LAW, Canal Point with a dinner party,I .&
AND GIRDER for Miss Nancy Lee Thomas and'!I FOR RENT: One room furnished
'I II I and Mrs. D. P. Jones and
A Robert Meyer and members of]I I apartment for man, or for a man
a family accompanied by her mother -
I their wedding party following z.- and his wife. Canal Point. Phone
Mrs. ,Laura Vorhees of Naples,
hearsal for the wedding at the Pa- ; ,
e;;;, : were the Sunday guests of her
c Edgar Huorer Director I hokee First Methodist. Church. j 7467
I(brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and I
p Federal Bureau of Ion*si'stioa The Rardin home was beautifully --
United$fa.D< mat oIJ"' d. Mrs. B. T.. Vorhees and family in
,, .,.. I decorated for the occasion with I Pahokee.: Mrs. Laura Vorhees remained -I Warren Repper returned to his:
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1.AW$' p'.RQTECT Q i i various floral arrangements. The here for a visit with her j I home in Canal Point Saturday aft-
I center piece on the dining table er being a patient in St. Mary
HELP: ENFORCE Tfl : O son and family.
., .- ,- -- I was a crystal and silver epergne I Hospital in West Palm Beach I for
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LWWwuwWW -- ':- holding a magnolia arrangement Threlkeldand the: past'week.Mr. ,
I xMr. and Mrs. James
) sprinkled with On the '
Joan Hooper Weds Mr. Mobley graduated from Paho greenery. family are spending the summer -
kee buffet was a center piece of pink and Mrs. H. C. Clark, accompanied
High School in 1958, and attended I
Robert Mobley, Jr. .. Palm Beach Junior College t* carnations, pink stocks and beUs i at Oxford Miss., where he is by their daughter. Miss

also worked as Camera man on :I of Ireland in a milk glass contain- attending summer school at the i Betty Clark, and son, Herman
Channel University of Mississippi. Mr. Clark of Pelican Lake are spend- \
Miss Joan Evelyn Hooper 12 TV Station and at pres- er.Guests
were Mr. and Mrs. J. V. their vacation with relativesin
Threlkeld teaches the eighth grade ing
ent he is
daughter of T. A. Hooper of Canal associated with his father.
Point and Mrs.. Shirley Hooper of Thomas, Sr., Mrs. E. E. Seydell,j at Canal Point Junior High School. I Montgomery Ala

West Palm Beach, and ,Robert Darlene Knowles Is -----
Leon Mobley, Jr., son of Mr. and !
:Mrs. R. L. Mobley, Sr., of Pahokee, ,Wed To Lamar Tatum !ALti: G

were married in Canal Point 4:00p. ,

m., Tuesday June 13 in the Canal Miss Darlene Knowles and La-

Point Baptist Church. The Rev.Charles mar Tatum of Clewiston' were HOW MUCH YOU HARVEST
D. Stewart offici ii,
pastor married Saturday in a double ring
ceremony at the Clewiston Assera- .
ated.Miss Betty Johnson, of Canal bley of God with the Rev. JamesF. DEPENDS UPON HOW \

Point, pianist, played'wedding Kimbrel, pastor officiating.Mrs. M>
music and the traditional marches. James F. Kimbrel, organist 1 {
MUCH YOU PLANT
I :Miss Sandra Upth .grove also of and Mrs. Lewis Kelley. soloist.sang '. 4

Canal Point, sang "The Wedding Oh Promise Me", "I Take Thee

Prayer.." Dear", and "A Wedding Prayer." iJ
An informal reception was held Traditional wedding music and "

at the home of the bride's father, marches were played. 1 ..: rfi tiJ

with both parents as hostesses. Ivy The bridal couple were attendedb rw 1..3 i.... :. ;;. :. w' ...i.
and pink carnations were used at Miss Peggy Knowles, sister of Saving like planning. The more y "1 IiiJ t I
vantage points throughout the the bride, as maid of honor. Bar-
you put down, the more you get. iJ
house. The'brides table'was center- bara Ann and Bonnie Sue-Knowles, I'
ed,:by'-a wedding and-engagement also her sisters were bridal assistants But there are two importan dlf- iJ f i

ring center piece holding, a pair ofkiting .. :Judy Tatum, sister of Pie ferences. A savings account is -

angels incircled ,Jt y pink bridegroom, was flower girl andKeith ; I not subject to the risks: of weather i carnations and breath ,fern. Knowles his _
c baby ;: brother, was .and drought. And, to keep ,your :
JL.:4hree-tiered wedding iCAke topped ring bearer.
"by" a' tiny bride and _groom Bobby Tatum, ,served as :his I E aoeocmt growing, the big secret-IsREOULR 1

graced!ono end of the..table*>v&ilea brother's' best man with James saving. You may be .: 15

..crystal bowl of mints and.pink Harris- and Tommy .A kins as ush amazed bow much you ,caD save, :rAO ,JI .
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punch was on the ,opposite>-,end.Mr&.Ho6per .,. ers.The. luhrtfmTyj.out iaoome.. Let us :
I was assisted Jn-jwrvr\ young couple,' are making '
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Ing by Misses; Pam and Pat Kelley their home in Clewiston and both .tea' you-the' facts.Everglades ...m.S i

and Cheryl .Boggy;,cui9of*ttm are .employed by: the U.> S., Sugar I .. : .. R. 'FOR"iO u w J

bride, Mike Boggy,.anotherjcousin, Corp.: ,. Mr. ,Tatum; worked in and, .j : f'''';.'.' ,:.- .. t.

'was in charge of the guest book. ': aroundpryan. ,;, ; t f or-. everal' years. "-' ,,..,_}'_ ,.,. _. .' t --' .. JI -. -dO.
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ta'St., .L Augustine:and Jacksonville, fs.JMrs.-iM.,P. Stanley, returned to

tefpride.chaagedto!I ,a,white: her home_,in Pahokee Sunday after '

,a ,cotton heath dress,,, being a guest.olher, jriater! ,.Mrs .H.5. I Federal & Loan
rvgr!!nth:.white:acceesQrieRd;e S..Uarrety in 'Atlanta, Ga.-She.waa[ Savings :

,corsage from her..weddiagbpretUpon ,,, called home because.of.the"back' ,
theirT'reti ,:-Mr.' and ,Mrs injury her husbaad-received in -aecsatfall.3fr.p5tauley ,ASSOCIATION I It

i dlo4ky 11rrlll belat: ,t a ; iaimprov- t 8AYflipg II t7P2r ,uP TO19OA0. BY JPBB1BAL: SAVINGS;I AND LOAN INSURANCE+ ASSOCIATIONB8LLE. t

1\-: :. _, .1 0 I = heed a patient,m "..- .. ,!T' 1 GLADE, FLORIDA '. HONE WY S-2U1( .
She is a graduate of ySf; *at' J P.jJsa, ;Geode amatit n..Hsi, :.far ,t i,

Beach'L.O',High, School, class.... of "'61. -the past ten days.

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tl l EKsn A.t.N'EW : NOTES ] guests Marianna., Mr.her and Mrs.son-in-law Mrs.White Henry accompaniedthem and Sexton daughter if- Pahokee COACHES ARE ALVY oPiiLague EARLY AND MELVIN Games PUGH


home last week to spend her 1:
u vacation with them. FIRST GAME AT 6:30 P. M. SECOND GAME AT 8:15 P. M. !

s ;;, Mr. and-Mrs. Norman A.. Kennedy Airmen 2C Wayne. Wagnon and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kinsey left Date To Be Played At Sponsor Sponsor I'

and sons,. Bob.. and,,Bill left Robert Watson have returned to last week,, for their home in Resda, R 62261Pahokee Royal & Pioneer Farm Team
( Saturday for their summer, home Hunter AFB after spending' 10- California. Her'sister, Mrs. Mable 10 6-22-61 Belle Glade Bank & 3-J Pony Duda & KDgore

at Conesus, N. Y. They were ac- day leaves from" the USAF with Stallard, accompanied them as tsir R 6-26-61 South Bay Kilgore & 3-J Pony i in

companied as, far as Atlanta, Ga.: their parents. as her home in Topeka, Kansas. 6-26-61 Pahokee Pioneer & Bank Farm Team
6261 Belle Glade Royal & Duda Farm Team
by their son, Morris, who enrolled Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Andrews of
F, in a technological school.'" Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson and Canal Point were weekend gUestsof R 6-29-61 Pahokee Duda &: 3-.1 Pony Bank & Royal; !
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v daughter Jamie of' Canal Point returned their son-in-law and daughter, 12 6-29-61 Belle Glade Pioneer & Kilgore Farm Team '
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.- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Major to their: home; Saturdayfrom Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hingson and son R 7361 Pahokee Duda & Bank Farm Team )

"* have gone to Greenville, S. C., a weeks vacation in Thomas- in Clewiston. 13 1- 3-61 Belle Glade Royal & Kilgore Pioneer & 3.-.1 Pony '

I I to spend the summer at their. home ville, Ga. I Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Vorhees, and R .7- 6-61 South Bay 3-,] Pony & Royal '

,their.: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson of I family of Pahokee had as their 14 7661 Pahokee Bank & Kilg6re Farm Team
;7661 Belle Glade Duda & Pioneer Farm Team J
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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ,Hitchcock Canal Point, took their' son, Miketo weekend guest their son, Seaman
R 7-10-61 Pahokee Bank & 3-.1 Pony Pioneer & Royal
Vorhees Charleston S.
Boyd Jr. of ,
leave this week for a vacation Monte Verde, Sunday where he I
& Farm Team
15 Duda
Carolina Barbara Walker 7-10-61 Belle Glade Kilgore
and Miss -
visit with her son-in-law and enrolled in an eight weeks Sum-

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles mer School. of Naples. f

'Miss.Dickson, and, and other family relatives at Meridian in Flor-. i Mr. and Mrs. Don Kepp of Canal I of Mr.Pelican and Lake Mrs. had J. S.as Atkins their house, Jr., I Pahokee Little League Games f f

ida. Pointy were weekend guests of Mrs. guests several days last week, her .,

Letha B. Kepp in Wauchula. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and COACHES ARE: DOW MCCLELLAND, LEON SPOONER, i. :

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain an'dtheir Mrs. Walter Cross of Canal !Mrs. Sidney Cooper and children of MARVIN COWART GENE BRADLEY AND '

daughter, Mrs. Sidney Smith Tampa.Mr. ELLIS MURPHY ;
Point underwent Monday
and son Stan, left Wednesday for the Everglades surgery Memorial" Hos--- and Mrs. Joe, Guerry, Sr., i FIRST GAME AT 6:30 P. M. SECOND GAME AT 8:15 P. M. \
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'p returned to their home in : Tifton, pital. left Monday on a two weeks trip to I Date To Be Played At Sponsor Sponsor

Ga. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Connally and visit his brother and family, Mr. 6-23-61 Pahokee Civitan-Hatton Wedgworth-Pioneer

children of Coral Gables were the and Mrs. Ingram Guerry in Houston 10 6-23-61 Belle Glade Rotary-Spencer Gressinger-B. G.Lions t

Sam Gray, who recently returned -I I I Sunday guests of his brotherinlaw Texas. R 6':27-61: Pahokee B G Jons-Pioneer Spenc r-Gress1nger i
to the states after 18 months in and Mrs. O. .11 6-27-61 Belle Glade Civitan-Wedgworth RotaryHattonR
and sister Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Attorney Ralph
Saudi Arabia; is visiting his uncle Chastain. Johnson and children of Pahokee, 6-30-61 Pahokee Gressinger-Hatton Pioneer-Spencer ,

and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Frank left this week for Canton, Ohio, TO 12 6-30-61 Belle Glade B. G. Jons-Wedg.. Civltan-Rotary ta

Brady and other relatives in Pa- :Mrs. Jessie Hughes of Bryanthas be the 'guests of her parents, Mr. 7461 Pahokee 'Hatton-Pioneer Wedgworth-Spencer

.hokee. been quite ill for the past two and Mrs. James Raley. The John- 13 7461 Belle Glade Gressinger-Rotary Civitan-B. G. Lions t .

t 'Raymond L. (Tinker) Christian: weeks, but is improving and is sons had as their recent house It 7761 Pahokee Wedgworth-Hatton Pioneer-Rotary

Jr., a former Pahokee resident, son again back at her home.While she guests his mother, Mrs. J.. O. John I 14 761 Belle Glade GressingerTCivitan B G Lions Spencer I
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Christian of Clewiston son of Lakeland; his ,
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and Mrs. James A. Zell of Orlando, her children. ;,Lillian Carrol and nephew, Bob. Program Planned I !
I Johnson, Jr., of Zepherhills. Miss Joan Darden I -
received a B. S. degree in Electrical 'CapL and Mrs. John S. 1\\
and
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Handley
Harring-I
with honors from
Engineering ton, Jr., arrived Monday f
: the University of Florida at the home in Dover, Deleware, children of Sebring arrived were in Port the Weds. L. C. DavisThe of agriculture(continued must from work page together 1) !:
and
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commencement exercises on June some time with his mother, Mrs. I IJ. Mayaca the chairman also commented. I i

I", 5. He has accepted a position at S. Harrington, Sr., at Port May- j weekend guests of her parents Dr., Florida Citrus Commission will i\
Evans.
E Winston- Col. and Mrs. W. S.
the .Bell Laboratories, aca. wedding of Miss Joan Louise cooperate in staging a breakfastfor I
returned home Sunday.
Salem, N. C., and plans to start I Handley Darden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the convention registrants and '
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Shelleyand Mrs. Handley and children remained -
working on a master's degree. William Clyde Darden of Pahokeeand from all over the nation and
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daughter, Lesa pastor of the here for a 'visit with par-. Luther Charles Davis, son of several foreign countries. !

Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Junior) Canal Point Methodist Church left ents. :Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Davis of Clew- The appointment of several I'I'guests I
I James Veal returned to his home
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Pahokee left
1 McKinstry, Sundayfor Monday on a two week vacation iston, was solomnized in a double 'working committees to handle var-
New Berne N. C. where he will in Canal Point Tuesday from Ever-
at the First
with relatives in West Virginia. II ring ceremony Bapti"itChurch ious phases of the "working con- _
work in the deal glades :Memorial Hospital,where he
vegetable this in Clewiston, Wednesday,
vention" will be named later.A .
Summer for the S. M. Jones Co. Mrs. Eva Jane Butler'of Canal I(I had a tonsilectomy on Monday. June 14 at 4:30 p. m., with Rev.L. formal program of commodity

Mr. and :Mrs. J. H. Strayer and Point had as her guest last week Johnny Smith of Canal Point T. Fagan, pastor officiating
sessions
meetings, general panel
family of Canal Point left Tuesdayto her niece, Miss, Eva Lou Riffey of'I I returned to Gainesville Monday to before an altar ,decorated with discussions, seminars, conferencesand
the Jones Co. resume his .studies in summer
join Sebring. .
baskets of and
mums gladioli.A
I social events will be formulated -
,I l school session= at the Universityof ;
program of nuptial music was during the next three of four
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McKinnon of presented by Miss Ruth Jones, or weeks, but Chairman Cox said it
Mr. and Mrs. Don \
ganist. would be designed to "give every
weekend of her
Miami were guests The bride, given in marriage ,by J
I phase of Florida agriculture' a
and Mrs. J. H. Strayer -
parents, Mr. ,
her father; wore a street length chance to discuss particular prob-
.r in Canal Point. of white .sheer nylon over
gown lems as well as the overall presentand
Pahokee
Mrs. J. H. Wilson of
taffeta with fitted bodice circu-
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mother
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accompanied by
lar neckline and cap sleeves. The Florida."
Charley Moran and daughter Alice full skirt had lace inserts at the -

Joy Wilson, left Thursday for Fair- waist and above the hemline. Her
I Carolina. While there Kay Elaine Friend .
It Ij t fax, South shoulder length'veil of Frencn

j they will be the guests of her hus: illusion was, attached by rhine- Honored At Party -

1 % w1 band who is engaged in a vegetabledeal stones to a white overleaf half-

\ there during the Summer. Lat. A strand of was -
single pearls
I Mac Wright of Pt. Mayaca and her only ornament. She carried a Mrs. Joe Toni Boynton's residence -

his father Ronnie Wright 'of'At- on East Main Street in Pa-
white Bible with clusterof
topped a
I.- in Miami. hokee was the scene" Tuesday
vacationing
i lanta are
carnations, centered with a
Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgettof morning of a bridal party, compli-
white orchid from which flowed
Pahokee have as their houseguest menting Miss Kay Elaine Friend,

i I their grandson, Frank Garciaof carnations.satin streamers, studded'with tiny bride-elect of Richard P. Karbly,

I Jr. Hostesses other than Mrs.
Tampa. Miss Mary Alice Williams, maid
returned to Boynton were Mrs. George Tucker -
Miss Jane Ryals
of honor two blue
wore a piece
this Mrs. Leon Spooner, Mrs. Jimmy -
Palm Beach Junior College
lace dress with white accessoriesand
'11 Vann, Mrs. Thadd Whidden and
I week to resume her studies after carried a bouquet of fugimums. -
spending the past two weeks with Mrs. Sam H. McKinstry, Jr. Over

I ) CONCRETE MASONftY her mother, Mrs. Lola Ryals in Pa- David Pattison of Clewiston was 200 guests called during the morn-

i hokee, while here she was employed best man. James Davis and Kenneth ing.The
Memorial center piece on the bride'3table
at the Everglades
I Davis; brothers of the bridegroom -
was a silver tiered container
Hospital. ..jj. were ushers..
filled with of hibiscus
a variety )

ii ,moth-i. : flowers,and miniature bottles fof
Suncoast FiestaFor
1 .ATTRACTIVE cold drinks, Decorated small cakes,
ti .4s linen sheath dress -
ding a beige ,
the,West Coast mints, salted nuts and cold drinks
of! ; with matching'accessories and a
** each end of the
were placed on
I EXP.EN.S.IV.j bronze orchid corsage. Mrs. Davis,
.. ': table.
TAMP West Coast.- ..Florida'sTriCity
the grooms mother wore a blue and
Beautiful plants in bloom
Suncoast Fiesta will be and white cotton dress with match- used
PERMANEN1Easy flower arrangements were
staged again this summer with a ing accessories and an orchid cor- throughout the house in the Flor-

host of varied events in the Tampa, sage. idaroom stood a large potted bird

St. Petersburg, Clearwater and Following the ceremony, the of paradise and in the living room '

I Holiday Isles area. I wedding reception was held in the was seen a potted orchid plant

to lay, long lasting, and attractive concrete William H. Jones, managing director social hall of the church. Mrs. Mur- with three beautiful blossoms.
O. Weeks cousin of the bride
masonry blocks ,are the ideal material for building of the Tri-City Suncoast ray Miss Friend wore'an orchid corsage -
Fiesta, said the event will bring ad- was hostess, assisted by a group of which was a gift of the host-
steps, terraces, and patios especially for the "DO- friends.
fabof Concrete blocks ditional thousands of visitors into esses.
IT-YOURSELF" today. are The bride is a graduate of Pa- __
the resort area this June, July and
maintain and add and
to beauty
inexpensive, easy hokee High School, class of 1959 arrived In Canal {
value to home. For quality block precision August. Dick Long
your and has been attending the School
week from Ft. Lauder-
last
time in Point
I This Is the first any
made on Stearns equipment. pee us today. Florida area that such an ambit- of Nursing, Jackson :Memorial dale, and is making his home with

Hospital, Miami. Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
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ious has been undertaken his parents
: TODAY-THE CONCRETE MASONRY WAt program
DO IT Mr. Davis graduated from Clew-
," he,explained. "There is some- Geiger.
i iston High School, served four C.
for of all ages and
thing
everyone
in the U. S. Air Force and
the events so varied that the vacationer years Mr., and :Mrs. C. J. Fales of
is now employed as an apprentice
,I can choose his locale and be Funeral Homestead were Friday over-night
Pattison
mortician at the
assured of being near two or three guests of her brother-in- aw and
Home in Clewiston.
Mr. and Mrs: M. J. Sapp in
colorful events with very little ef Following a brief wedding trip, sister '
Pahokee.W. .
fort. the young couple are now at homeat
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I 408 Ventura Street Apt. 1,

--! Clewiston. A. Keen, Mr. and Mrs. Joe GUI

Among those from Pahokee at- Mr. and :Mrs. Edward Joiner Jd&:
F11A.J: % GLADE, FLA.r .
PABOKEE, tending the wedding and reception, Gress, :Miss Shirley Kincaid Miss

,-.' PHONE 7185 : PHONEWIT 6-5249 I. addition_ to the members of the Judy! Cunningham Miss Jill.Mc-

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as, sheep having no shepherd." I Brother, and he having been a true
iI;, A correlative selection to be' I and faithful member of our beloved -
'": ',. read from "Science and Health order, therefore be it Resolved
: with Key to the Scriptures" by that Everglades Lodge No. 211 F.
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,' :Mary Baker Eddy states (p* 37): & A. M. of Pahokee Florida in
"It Is possible, yea, it is the duty testimony of her loss, be draped in
-'.- and privilege of every child man mourning for Thirty days and that
: and woman,-to follow in some degree -we tender the family of our deceased -
: the example of the Master by Brother our sincere condolence
the demonstration of Truth and in their deep affliction and that a

; Life of health and holiness.' copy of these resolutions" be sent toLeaves
:I The Golden Text is from Revel W.n- -
tion (12): "Now is come salvation, have their time to land
:E. First Methodist The Church Of God Christian Science and strength, and the kingdom cf flowers to wither at the north n
our God and the power of his wind's cold blast, but thou Oh I
'J Church, Pahokee Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Group Of Canal PointThe Christ." death hath all seasons for thine
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need follow Christ Jesus'
r Rev. T. C. O'Steen Point Road to RESOLUTION OF RESPECT J. H. BORDEAUX
'* SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor example by healing the sick com- In memory of Brother Stewart F. Worshipful Master ,
9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00, School will S.J.BAGGETT
through
a. m. Sunday passionately prayer j
Lowery who died May 22nd A. D.
[ 11:00 a. m. -Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.Preaching Service be stressed at Christian Science 1961 A. L. 5961. Secretary.' !
., 6:45 p.'m.:MYF 7:45 p. ni.-Evangelistic Service I I
: 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday V. L. B. churches Sunday. 'Once again a Brother Mason, AT SUMMER BAND CAMP I
TUESDAY: Scriptural readings in the Les Having completed the designs
8:00 p. m. Thursday W. M. B. Mrs. J. E. Williams and :Miss
Choir son-Sermon "Christian Science"will written for him on life's trestle
7:00 p. m.-Vesper prac- Everyone welcome. Special music I on I
tiseWEDNESDAY include (Matthew 9)): "And board has passed through the port- Peggy Turner took her daughter
and singing.
: Jesus went about all the cities and als of eternity and entered the Miss Velma Williams to Miami
"' ',' ," 7:45 p. -Mid-week devotions villages, Reaching in their syna- Grand Lodge of the.New Jerusalemand Saturday where she is a counselorfor )
.'" 8:30 p.. m.-Senior Choir practice. The Methodist Church gogues, and preaching the gospelof hath received as his reward, the Summer Band Camp situ-
p I I.... Canal Point Florida the kingdom, and healing every the white stone with.the new name ated on the campus of.the Univer- !

r--" ," . '- sickness and every disease among I written thereon. sity of Miami.
(: Canal Point First Robert A. Shelley Pastor, the people. But when he saw the And whereas, the all-wise and 1
SUNDAY: multitudes, he was moved with merciful Master of the universehas Mrs. Abe Dobrow of Pahokee

f.:: > Baptist Church 10:00 a. m.-Church School compassion on them, because they I called from labor to refreshments visited friends in Ft. Pierce over
1&. 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship I fainted, and were scattered aboard i our beloved and respected the weekend.
6:30 Youth: Fellowship
1 Elder R.E.Barfield p.
: SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship
I 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School MONDAY: wlTSM irwfrfiffrva .
11:00 al m. Morning Worship 3:15 p. m. Youth Choir practice I
...'.,* 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY:
I. 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society
'1st Tuesday2nd
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7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer MONDAY:, ,
Service 7:30! p. m.-Esther Class meeting i

:: .. 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: WEDNESDAY: Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade. ;I
7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer... Meeting f
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Jr':. Baptist Church Pahokee Florida "" .."' "" ia"those"'! ,"", """" !" :"" .!. ;>!.L.J.I'V'"V'VIIW''YIi..LiiM'.Wl\Y.IiWl; 'ljM''' ?v..w.4. "' '''''' ;
; .. 9:45 A. M.-sunday School] I
Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship. ,
SUNDAY: 7:30 P. : .-Evangelistic Service ; I
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11:00 a. .-Morning Worship
. 6:30 p. -Training Union. 7:30 P. M. Thursday-Y. P. E. \
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, WEDNESDAY: I 'NatirltyEpiscopal .
t 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting.. Holy 1- ''. I
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The Nazarene Wendell Hainlin, Vicar .
SUNDAY: : bosh!
433 Bacom Paint Rd. 10 a. m.-Sunday School I. .

,Phbne 7528 P. O. Box 882 11 a. m.: Worship Service :' ; rL
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9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. St Mary's Catholic .. !
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. Church
6:30 p. m.-Juniors.

7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening Father Francis-Fennech Pastor ,
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Sunday Mass .1130 a. m. f I
WEDNESDAY: Confessions before:Mass. .
7:30 p. m.--Midweek Prayer ... : \
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"Where you are a stranger but St. Peter's Lutheran i

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Mrs Roe Johnson ,and I. !
f 11:00 a., m.-Morning Worship Rev. and ,
6:45 p. m. Training Union children of Tltusville, former Pa;; .

I 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship hokee, residents, were the;guests ',.-' .' (
WEDNESDAY: r,> several days last,week of Mr. and I .. .
8:00 p. rx-'Prayer Meeting.i.L. Mrs. C. A. Barfield In Canal Point :ic 4 "F ml g t 'is Hilfereril Profits more
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i' efficiency, with greater production per man, per acre .
g t t f AMM B AMMMM M MMMMMn M B- -
j and machine. This calls for time-and-labor saving
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' Monday tattle Sales e electricity. You'd be surprised how much of my work

I ; Reddy Kilowatt has taken over and the extra cash

... : ; he's in .
r Market' Kt put myrpocket.
Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock

which owned and operated by than 120 J .
1 is more Yes! the big difference in today's Florida rural scene .; fi
Florida Cattlemen.
k -.is the'evelr-Reddy 'electric l swl c i. On'lhe farm and in
You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here
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at this Market.We make an effort at all t&&tl1tife.li your.home! ,Reddy is..your willing, tireless "wired hand" ;

.x R: .:.. -whose low\ can't be beat.
i- an outstanding service,to buyer and seller. Give us wages-
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;,.).;i.., i Glades Livestock Market' -' now I iJ er .u'galn- : ,: than ever :.

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$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity.. H Bonds p vlde', .}
Your savings increase faster because income for.living ..
your Bonds expenses, while; E Bonds build a .
: mature.in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future. That's why many retired ,: ::
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f.M.. Pace JBght The Everglades News, Caaatl Point, Florida Friday, June 23,1961 S!

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:v.J, Mrs. Fred Brock and her youngson Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins, Jr.,
Announce Plans left Canal Point last Mondayto of Pelican Lake and their son-in-
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,,p. Friend Virginia. While here she was the T. Shelby and little daughter, Mar-
Wedding
t'-. house guest of her mother, :Mrs. I I tha Ann of West Palm Beach, were

H. C. Browning and she was also a I Father's Day weekend guests of

Plans have been announced for surgical patient in the Everglades Ibis parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. At-

Memorial ,Hospital. kins, Sr., in Avon Park.
the wedding of MiSs Kay Elaine
rto r- < Friend of Pahokee and Richard P.I -...

Y t k Karbley, Jr., of Tampa, which will
be an event at, the First Methodist I :

.: \ Church in Pahokee, Saturday, July J Thinking About Building?
," 1st at 7:00 P. M. Rev. T. C.

; ..,.. O'Steen, pastor of the church, will
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r,. 'I Miss Friend has chosen as her For Free Estimates, Call .
-c17 attendants Miss Cindy Friend, her
sister, as maid of honor: ; Miss I r
: Jeanine Mock of Gainesville ind
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:. _ r Miss Betsy Bishop, her cousin of
: j/ West Palm Beach bridesmaidsand
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: :' < sister, as junior bridesmaid.R. I

P. Karbley, Sr., of Tampa, Box 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127
will serve as his son's best man. j
! Ushers will ] ,
be Johnny Smith of t tI

;',. Canal Point, John Cain, Orlando
and Tom Phlegar, Miami and Don
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:: ; 4 his fraternity brothers., ANNOUNCING f: I
!'" : i Miss Jill Mcllwain will be the !
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home of Mr. and Mrs.. Lewis 2 AND 3 BEDROOMS 1 AND 2 BATHS
[ >1 Friend immediately following the

ceremony. Friends of the 'coupleare From $10 500
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oW and reception. LOW DOWN PAYMENTS NO CLOSING COSTS

Miss Nancy Thomas Becomes Bride Of ..AI 'I[ APPLICATIONS. NOW BEING ACCEPTED

Bridal ShowerFor Blanton & Unwin Inc.
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L Robert Meyer In Church Ceremony Mrs. Glenda PadgettMrs. Office'Phone 7143 Res. Phones 7712 & 7366

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; now on their wedding trip to Nip ped by a miniature bride and groom daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R..11jR.11. ;
p r." agra Falls and Ohio, following graced ,the bride's table. Sears of Canal Point is being hon-

F. their wedding, which was a brilli- When Mr. and Mrs. Meyer left ored with a caling miscellaneous I. I.= 1 : r I J f t 1 I I I : I I I I' 1 I I : I I 1 I 1 I r'1 1 I 1 I llll I Ii
ant ,social event, taking place in on' their wedding trip, Mrs. Meyer bridal shower, tonight from 8:00: I

: Pahokee Sunday at 12:00 noon, at wore a two piece gold silk suit with to ,,9:30 at".the Methodist Sunday THEATRES I
the First Methodist Church of Pa- the ,orchid corsage from her wed- School Hall. Mrs. Donald Kepp,
; hokee. The bride is the former ding bouquet. Mrs. R. T. Smith, Mrs. J. P. Parker -

t ':Miss Nancy Thomas, only daughter After the first of July, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Maxson, Mrs. Earl PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
: of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Maxson and Mrs. Osceola Upthe-
, Mrs. Meyer will be at home at \
,Sr., of Pahokee and the groom is grove are hostesses. Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
1365 N. W. 23rd Court. :Miami.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Sey- ... -
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dell of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. guests: -2BIGFEAT'U'RFSSUNDAYMONDAYT1J -
and Mrs. W. D. Davenport and HURT IN FALL
: The Rev. T. O'Steen, of
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SUNDAY :MONDAY TUESDAY
children of Brandon; Mr. and Mrs.H. -
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the First Methodist Church of Pa-: SDAY
. A. Leader, the groom's maternal Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Browning JUNE 2:>-26-27
hokee
performed the impressive ,
grandfather, of Fort Myers i and family of Pahokee moved to JUNE 25-26-27
.. double ring ceremony at the altar Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gibson of, Canal Point on Wednesday and are The Bramble Bush'GREENER"
f.' which was effectively decorated "THE GRASS IS .
Fort Lauderdale; Mr. and Mrs., residing in the Erickson Home
with tall white standards of white .
George Rockerlin, Mr. and Mrs.. north of Canal Point.While she RICHARD'BURTON AND :
gladioli and ivy entwined areca
Gene Prandy; Mr. and Mrs.Jacobs; was helping to load the truck and
palms formed the background. The I CARY .GRANT, DEBORAH BARBARA RUSH
Miss Claudia McKinley andv:Miss car with small"pieces of furniture,
family pews were marked,with ar-: Sammilee Lanham all of Miami; she was tripped by a dog and in the KERR, ROBERT 11ITCHUAlSO-
rangements of white carnations
Mrs. E. E. Seydell and son, Richard fall she sustained a broken arm "Badman's
showered with white satin. AND JEAN SIMMONS Country"ANOTHER
Lee Meyer of Cuyahoga Falls, and is a patient in the Everglades
' Miss Jill Mcllwain, organist and
: Ohio. Memorial Hospital. trlllil I1I111 \ III 1111 I I 1111 I 111111111 1fl I 11II I I III
Robert O. Lamp soloist, presented
a program of beautiful. wedding
. music with Mr. Lampi. singing

. "Whither Thou Goest" and "The
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The bride, given in marriage by
her father, was beautiful in her .

;', street length wedding dress, which Galaxie styling is inspiring more admiration -
her mother had made of chantilly


lace ganza.bodice over,Fashioned illusion bridal neckline satin with a and sculptured and silk short or- (and imitation) than any other car on the road !. '


scalloped sleeves, attached to a

full skirt featuring a matching 1 J '

front lace panel. Her shoulder .... "
length veil of French illusion was :...", ,. ', :': :.: ..
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attached to a seed pearl tiara. She .

carried a white Bible topped by a fIf

cascade arrangement of small
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two white orchids sprinkled with J'"

I white, satin: streamers. ; -.
Miss Linda Hand cousin of the V'.J ; '

bride and maid of honor, wore a T : 1-
street length dress of pink cotton .

satin and lace. The dress was r fashioned i -
with fitted sleeveless bodice i y "

, attached to a full lace skirt and a __ _
matching head piece was a creation
; of pink flowers and net, and she i iS

carried a nosegay of pink rosebuds. .
Richard Lee Meyer of Cuyahoga 4j' w .

Falls Ohio, served,as his'brother's
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This is Galaxie styling ;inspired by, the Wouldn't make sense to STOP spend
Thomas Jr., brother of the bride
; fabulous Thunderbird
.' ing.money on an old car that can never do
and Jay Gibson of Fort'Lauderdale,
Many cars have tried to copy the for you what a new Ford can do? E
cousin. of the groom. incomparably beautiful 1961 Galaxie. No .
,,Mrs, Thomas, mother of the car has succeeded. \ SWAP right now while your Ford

.. bride, wore a lavender embroidered And styling is only part of Ga axie's s Dealer's sales are booming-and the DER
S cotton satin sheath with white accessories distinction.! This is the car that's bea tipmg, is easier than it's ever been l

S and a pink carnation cor- fully built to take care of itself.: The '61 SAVE with the car that makes, swapS
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sage.Mrs. \ ;a pleasure. i f
: Seydell, mother of the lubrications,.'I. ..4,000; miles between oil -, '. mE. _
, ,groom, wore a pink silk dress with .changes Brakes adjust automatically. Teday.tltedarJeSTQP..SWAP..SAVEPAHOKEE Fo, F' -'
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,: carnatioa'FoBewisff: corsage.'the wed&Bff.. Mr. and \ : MOTOR: COMPANY"" t '

JrPraler'of'1566'Matn: I
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