The Everglades news
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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: July 7, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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James L. Tyson, Jr., SwornAs Local 4-H Girls Cooperation Pays Oil And The "

Judge Of Magistrate Court In All Canal Day Point SessionThe 4-H Girls Club Fourth Was Duly Celebrated .

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held their first all day session ,
In a brief but dignified cere- Sugar On .
I Embargo Thursday, June 29 at the Community I II
mony on Monday'morning of this Cuba Helps Glades Club Building.At Glades Students On I I Cooperation of many folks and '
week, James L. Tyson, Jr., of Pa- held the I I business concerns in Pahokee paid
an original meeting
hokee, was sworn.in and robed as CLEWISTON Florida week before the girls voted to en'roll Jr. College Dean ListThe : off on Tuesday and a dandy Fourth

the first judge of the newly created sugar in sewing, food and nutrition I of July celebration was staged on
producers are benefiting from the
students listed below have
Magistrate's Courtof Palm Beach ;
Pahokee and Canal
I the dike. The
and foods Also
dairy projects. plans
embargo on shipments from Cuba, made Dean's List at Palm :
County. The attended by the
ceremony effort
were made to complete at least Point Lions club, in a joint ,
to President
many folks from the Glades area, according Harry Beach Junior College for the second and sold chicken barbecue :
two of these projects during the prepared
was held in the auditorium of the Vaughn of the United States Sugar summer Three completed projectsare semester of the 1960-61 year, dinners and netted a tidy little sum ;j '
of the Glades Office Building with Corporation. according to Elbert E. Bishop, '
of cash for their
required to be eligible for, 1-H
Domestic producers are now per- In order to attain his .J
County Commissioner Paul Rardin Register. At the snow ball stand where the
mitted to take' much of the camp. ;
as quota
student must have
acting as master of ceremonies.The recognition a had been furn- '
The the luncheon ice and equipment .
girls planned
formerly goingto 'Cuba as they
invocation and benedictionfor made a "B" average or above in
I I fished Products Corporation j
are able to handle.Florida's menus for both meetings from by City
the occasion were given by 14 or more semester hours.
,through their local manager, !
their food and nutritional project
of the I daily raw sugar capacity -! Everglades Area: John P. Adams -
Rev. T. C. O'Steen, pastor ,
books and prepared to serve the I R. L. Hurt, $51.80 was realized and, |
will be ,about 26,000 tons when
I F. Pahokee
Pahokee Methodist Church where Blakey, ;
meal according to standards set this amount went to help pay for
mills in. the
new now planning
Linda J. Walker Clewiston
the new judge is a member. ,
Commissioner Rardin introduced stage, get in operation. forth in the book. I the fireworks which were enjoyed.
Girls attending the June 23th by all.
a score or more of dignitaries who .
.,. meeting were: Gail Paige, Brenda Donald Ogle Dies The crowd estimated at nearly a
were present for the occasion with
Ingram, Sandra Weeks, Peggy thousand, saw the fireworks and
': ', the highlight of ,the program Lampi Takes'Over Bitting, Nancy Harrington, San- were given an opportunity to help
coming when Mr. Tyson was escorted Of Heart AttackWord
I dra Jackson and Jackie Weeks., pay for them. A free will offeringwas .
to the rostrum Jsy Allan Janette Harrington assisted 4-H taken up and $199.56: was realized -
Brackett, president of the Palm As Rote PresidentAt
leaders, Mrs. Bruce Bitting and from the contributions and
here of the
was received
Beach County Bar Association and
Mrs. Eli McCall in, the capacity oi. this will be banked and used as a
death of Chief Petty Officer Donald
A. Johnston Jr.
Harry presidentof
Junior leader. starter for cash to pay for nextyear's
r the Junior Bar Association of yesterday's.meeting of the I O. Ogle, 38, son of Mrs. Pearl
ahokee Rotary 'Club, Robert u. July 20 has been set for the next Mrs. fireworks.It .
the county. l E. Santee of Canal Point.
for the first time, i meeting with, a fish fry plannedfor I would be next to the impos-
Senior Judge Hugh MacMillan Lampi presided Santee was on her way to New ( '
the meal. I sible to thank each and every person --
the ciub :
officially as president of her Mrs.
of the Palm Beach County Criminal )- Park, Ark., with sister
i._ Couri'of Record. the oatli! lie succeeded Hanlc..-Aldndge wfio A cordial Invitation;' is"extended I I Charley Tinney. She "went 'tn to _who>> cooperated to make the _. ,.. J
#f gave handed the gavel to Mr. Lampi at to girls of the Canal Point Teem day a grand success and Chamber f
Nevada to attend the funeral ser-
to Mr.Tyson and he was assisted in .
tne close oflast week's mesiting; age 4-H Club to attend these sum- of Commerce officials are anxious
the vices which were held there early
robing by Criminal Judge Russell ,
leaders. that the entire community b3
Induction ceremonies last weeK mer meetings as junior
McIntosh. :Following the rob- this week. .
thanked for their
were under the direction of Past splendid showing
ing Judge Tyson performed his Donald and his wife and son
of cooperation. ;
first official.act by swearing in President Paul Rardin, 25 year Timmy were living in Hawaiian
''I I, Mrs. Doris Spooner as deputy member of the club. In the ceremony Cloverleaf Islands, while he was serving in

clerk. Rotarian Rardin: praised Camp the.U.. S. Navy. He was to have retired New Sugar Mill Is i iPlanned
each official who installed in
I' ..-. was this month with 21 years
a Rotary club official position. He Site For 4-H Group :!I, service.He .

I k' Funeral Services I pointed out their work as club I I did Friday June 30 of a Clewis ton. I

, members and as outstanding citizens I I heart attack in the Hawiian is

Hawk's MotherFuneral of Pahokee. Palm Beach County boys and I! lands. He spent his boyhood in Clewiston will be the site of a i

Ray Installed in office for the coming girls 4-H Club members will attend I Canal Point and attended both Canal I' new'sugar mill in the near future, -

vear also were Dr. E. C. Johnson camp at Camp Cloverleaf July I I Point and Pahokee Schools, at according to plans of the Florida

.services will be 'held vice president, Chester A. 'Batcn- 1015. Dade County boys 4-H Clubs the age of 17 he joined the Navy.He Cane''Products Corporation a Dela-

Saturday in Miami at the Philbrick elor, secretary and William S. will camp with them. The camp is survived by his wife Pau- ware corporation headed by AlbertR.

. Funeral' Home for Mrs. Jessie Plumer, treasurer. line Ogle and one son Timmy of Mesa, now of Miami.
theme this will be "A Weekin
Beaty, 85, who died on Wednesdayas Four Directors weer-also install. year Nevada; mother Mrs. ,Pearl S. The, mill will have a capacity of
the result of a stroke. Mrs. ed by Mr., Rardin. They were as the Tropics." Activities plannedare Santee; and three brothers Marian 700-750 tons per day, and will em-

I Beaty was .the mother of Ray follows: Director A, Club Service Wildlife Classes' Outdoor Ogle and John O. Ogle both of Ft. ploy 100 to 120 persons during hd

II Hawk, Sr., of Canal Point. -R. M. Mike) Sanders; DirectorB Cooking,,Swimming, Crafts, Talent I i I Myers and Richard,Ogle of Canal grinding season, which will operateon

i Prior to her recent illness 'Mrs.. Vocational Service Wiley Snow: and Candlelighting. It will Point. a 24-hour day.

Beaty lived in Miami with a daughter Tillis; Director C, Community Ser be attended by about 120 campers Funeral services were held In The corporation is moving a

Mrs. Furman Angelo and Mr. vice-Luke Dufresne; Director D, and 10 adults. Nevada. mill recently acquired in New
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Angelo at 7101 SW 17th Terrace Service-Joe Thorn p Campers will travel to and from Ibera, La., property located out

...' Survivors include: two daughters son. camp via school buses. 4-H Girls And Boys side the city limits of Clewiston.

r.. Mrs. Angelo and Mrs., Grace A camp newspaper will be writ- The primary objective is to produce

S Arrants of the same, address and ten while at camp.This will be read Will Attend CampThe raw sugar, although the mill will

.5 5 one son, Ray Hawk, Sr., of Canal Responsibility In each day by the cabin ,reporter. have the capability of also producing .

' Point. There are five grandchildren Tax' : Upon returning from camp it will following Canal Point girls cane syrup or refined sugar.
S and several great grandchildren, Equalization be mimeographed and sent to all and boys of the 4-H Club who are Most of the.cane will be obtained

along with eight sisters and two campers. planning *to attend the 4-H Camp from private contractors althoughthe
brothers., .. The county commission's respon- The counselors at camp will each July 10 to 15 on Lake Placid near Florida Cane Products will also

sibility as a. board of equalizationwas I have a particular responsibility. Sebring, are: Lodus Gray, Peggy produce a few hundred acres of

GEORGIA VACATIONMrs. explained by Vice Chairman The girls who are counselors are Bitting and Nancy Harrington cane.

: H. C. Browning of Canal Lake Lytal Monday as the board Louise Ashton, West Palm Beach; Eddie Upthegrove, Teddie and Mike ..

Point plans to accompany her son met to receive the county's assess- Pamela Horton, Lake Worth; Dap- McCall and Ross Harrington, Ja Mrs. John Harrington, Sr.; and

and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mn. ment roll. hne Henderson, South Bay; Linda nette Harrington will also attendas son, Donald of Port Mayaca, had

Tahnadge Browning of Clewiston, Lytal said he was making the Day, Lantana; Karl Mansfield, 4-H Counselor along with her as their house guests Saturday

tomorrow on a months vacation statement to "clear up some mis- South Bay; Janette Harrington, parents, :Mr., and Mrs. A. R. Harrington through Tuesday, her son-in-law

with relatives in Alamo and Glenn- understandings." Canal Point; Merrie Lee Axtell, as Adult Counselors and daughter, Judge and Mrs.K. V.

wood, Ga., Hendersonville, N. C., The vice chairman'said the board West Palm Beach. -- Cooksey and children Ken, Jim

! and to Norfolk Va.In Virginia they of commissioners does not except The boys are George Jacobs, CIRCLE-MEETINGlone and Catherine of Monticello. Also-

,,will be.the guests of her soninlawand or reject the assessment roll-they West Palm Beach; Lynn Nicely, Patterson: Circle of the Canal her son, Capt. John Harrington,

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred receive the roll from the tax as Pahokee; Larry Pearce, Dade Point Baptist Church will meet Jr., of Dover Del., his wife and

Brock and son Bill. sessor. County; Hank Christen, Dade Monday. July 10 at 3:00 p. m., at their sons, were spending this week

.... The tax roll, Lytal said,. is the County; Mike Umbie, Dade Coun- the Church. Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux with her parents in Miami.

Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Welker and sole responsibility'of, the tax assessor \ ty Burt Ashton, West Palm 'wil1ave charge of the program. .- .

daughter, Andrea, of Minneapolis -and no, other public official Beach Mike Mansfield,-South Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmale and

MIniu, arrived in, Pahokee last has anything: do with it. The 4-H; Adult,_ ''I.eadersattending; I Miss Julia :Mathis of Pahokee daughters, Elaine and Vivian, of '

week and are r the house guests of commissioners,,he*said,:sit only asa are Mr.and Mrs.A.R Harrington, lias returned to her home after North Bergen N. J., and Mr. and :

her parents, Dr. and_Mrs.. .R.' R. board:of.equalization and the Canal,Point; Mrs. Martin Ashton, visiting relatives in Panama City M 'S. Frank Sakowski of Columbus,

Long. Mr.. Welker ,returned,.home piilyajajustments possible_is where 'West Palm Beach L Mrs Virgil for the past three weeks. She was Ohio, and North- Palm Beach, were

the first; of this week ,leaving his evidence shows that two adjoining Brings$, Laatasa;, 'Mrs. Ida y V. :accompanied: home by her niece, 4th of July luncheon guests of Mr.

-' ,wife and daughter here for another orifice, pieces of-property show a. Walker,_.South;ley, and GeorgeS Miss,Vickie Mathis and Tommy and Mrs. A. .R. Harrington' and

weeks visit S -.;: variance in amount of Assessment. xmg, ," BeH- Glade..' .- .. ..., '_ .:I /Stubs" of Bradenton. family in Canal Point. : .

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: name .label shows you to be in I )lave one, 'get in touch with this confidence thru Bill J. Bailey or
!THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing arrear;on payment Send along newspaper J and insert, a $1 ,classified C. A. Bailey Belle Glade.
t that $2.00 payment now and we I ad. It will get,results. All ads VACATION rolE
the.Lake Okeechobee.Fajmlng.Region WithoutInterruption continue. to send.you this great ;I payable in advance. The Everglades is just around
Every Week 'for More Than 30 Years palladium of the family fireside. News, Canal Point, Fla. the corner. Before you take off,
.. .1 I A I how about dropping a check for
The Canal Point
Established.March 11 1924 Published Every Friday Everglades News, I
; Fla. I SAMPLE COPIES of last week'sedition $2.00 in,the mail for your subscription
,." Subscription.Price $2.00 Year In Advance. i of The Everglades News to The Everglades News, Canal
APARTMENTS. are needed by I were mailed in Canal Point and Point, Fla.
News la Entered the Post Office
The Everglades at
n} py folks_coming into this area I new subscriptions will be welcomed -
; In Canal:Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter GOOD BUY! Corner 100 135
to earn a living,.Do you have one ,this week. Just $2.00 for.. a year lot x
Paul ftardin Ownet Editor Publisher for rent? Tell them and the world will keep you informed of happan- in BeUe.Glade. C. A. Bailey,.Real
; through a $1 classified ad in these ings in this area. Estate. Phone WY 6-3084, .Belle
i. -- .. columns. Send along a description Glade.
the '$1 bill and RUBBER HOSE More than a
Here :Is What At Monday's of apartment.and a WANTED: Small tract of. land
.Transpired; we'll'do the rest. The EvergladesNews million feet in stock prices below I
j Canal Point, Fla. I i.jobbers costs, garden hose and in- from owner on termsJmproved
Meeting: Of The Palm Beach dustrial hose for every service. or unimproved. In the vicinity of

--q.. ,-. PASTURE; FOR SALES Farm I 'Suction; fire, air, water, irrigation I Belle Glade, Pahokee' or South

County 'Commission land. Acreage. Business loca- spray. HOSE, REMNANTS, MILLI: Bay, Contact: C. S. icks, Sr.,

tions.? See .Bill (J, Bailey.,or ,C.. j,A. ENDS. Couplings of all Osteen, Fla. ltp
: Bailey, Real Estate, Belle Glade, INCH OR A. MILE AMAZON

I The County Commission this ring:'stage for improvement._ The Fla.. HOSE & RUBBER CO. 3946 N. FOR RENT: .Furnished apartmentand

week is holding its annual board of State Road Department has served FOR SALE: New and used Willys Miami Ave. Phone PLaza 4-4566. House: Phone 2131 or 4601,

equalization, meetings .leading i.p' notice on the county board that itwill Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage 714Pd. Canal Point, Fla. Ju 7-c
to setting its tax levy for the 'year be required to provide a 100( in Belle Glade Phone 3058.
the assessment roll it received foot of of ,I ABOUT 600 ACRES for sale,
on right way. Developers Oct. 17-54-ch. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend and
Monday from Tax Assessor Ed- ,the plat, the,commission said had partly improved with poor road Ann of
daughter. Merry Pahoke,
ward Maxwell.. refused to furnish the needed right I 28 ACRES, on short cut road Lot to it. $125 per acre, See, call ur also
The assessment roll, which Maxwell of way-a move which would force I of money but worth it. Bill J. write, Bill J. Bailey or C. A. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs,Billy Rogers and

described as a fullfiliment of the county to have. to buy the land Bailey, Real Estate, Phone W Y Belle Glade, Fla., Phone WY family of South from Bay, returned
Wednesday three
a day'souting
an election pledge to cut asSeSs- when the time came to improve the 6-3084, Belle Glade. 6-3084. in the Bahamas. (

ments to a 60 percent level, dropped road. WflJWfUWtfj- -

county valuations about $90,-' The Parkview Manor plat had .Eat'More Beef- Is Mrs. Ed Jensen is a patient in Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith of Ft.
000,000 under the amount available ,originally been. approved by the the .Everglades.Memorial Hospital Lauderdale were the weekend I

for; taxation last year. 'City of Pahokee and presented to Pushed By Mutual where she underwent surgery Sat- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl :Max.'

Maxwells roll set the total ,the commission. The county board urday. '. son of Canal Point.
amount of real: property in the nonexempt returned the plat, asking the cityto KISSIMMEE Florida Citrus -...-. .i
at 732709420. reconsider call for the need Mutual seems to be one of the biggest
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross 9f Charles Stewart of Statesboro?,
This amount coupled with ,personal :ed Tight of way. The plat.wasTe- boosters of the Florida Beef Canal Point have as their houseguest Ga., visited his parents,'Rev. and

property and railroad and telegraph ,turned a second tune,, along withthe Council these days. 'her sister, Mrs. Nellie Reuther -, Mrs. C. D. Stewart of Canal Point
property brings the total advice thatthe city ,had notwish ,Florida citrus growers, at 14 of West Palm Beach. over the weekend. .
non exempt value for the county to re-consider the .matter area meetings and at the annual' ., ..... ....
to a 'new assessed total of $852- leaving the..county in a position of meeting, in. Winter Haven, have: -.J
037,130. having tube a future: .purchaser of eaten almost 7,500 Florida filet .

The assessor set the value 'or.I right of way to.imprpve the road., mignons.. Some .1,500", pounds of

homestead. property at $213,469-: : 1Ib Florida beef were served to the YOUR GARAGE:
I 050, a figure he said represented'about crowd,of 3,000 persons that attended BLLD!
the 13th annual membership
47,000 .homes:. ._. Five ScholarshipsAre
meeting of Florida Citrus Mutualin
The net roll brought? immediateprotest ,
Winter Haven.It .
Now AvailableFive
from a Lauderdale: resident -
who is developing a parcel of! seems Florida cattlemen feed i
scholarships in optometriceducation their steers Florida itrus_ so Citrus _
property in .Palm Beach,.,County; '_ .
,M, L. Marx said he believed.thejun- are'now available to i Mutual officials thought turn.
plated and undeveloped lands in his qualified Florida students, according about was fair play. It took 'a!!
to word received today by Dr. army of 15 cooks to sizzle all those
proposed s ;>diiQ.sho I!! be assessed I
_as.acreage_ rather than on a Russell G, Young, Lake Worth, filet mignons at the Winter Haven
basis of individual ,lots. Property from Dr. Albert H.. Rodriguez :of I meeting.The .
joining his,.:Marx said, is assessed Tampa Secretary of the Florida Florida: Beef Council is an
at_$66 per.acrewhilethef1 igure. State Board of, Optometry. Dr. arm of the.Florida.Cattlemen's' Association -

on his land was,set at $568.80.per Young is president of the. Florida and is ,charged with theresponsibility
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acre. He, was invitedby. tb ecomrciission East ,Coast. Optometric Association of promoting Florida

to.f furnish further. ,eyidencain t; ,. serving St. ;Lucie Martin. beef. .. .. WITH \
his! case for study by the equali Palm Beach and-Okeechobee Coun-

zation.board., ties.The Allstate I "Opens CONCRETE

Frank'Hannon, representing, th'ePalm scholarships ,totaling $1,000per NeW;O'fficeSttete"

Beach Civic Association},asked year each for.the.entire course I I s
,for,tjme'tochcek%the,jiew tax[ of study, were created by the. .1961 ST. PETERSBURG-A ;new'office MASONRY t

roll to determine" if f!pme 300, mejnijers ,- Florida legislature provide professional and research park, development iM
!off tis gcpuphad received the visual care in 'areas, cf I of the Allstate Life InsuranceCo. It

:publicize }educuoas. ., H Florida, where a critical need exists ., offering new facilities for.,attracting .,
{;:The commissioners! ;also..too.k wider -- Twenty-onqiFJorida Bounties business to Florida; was ...
advi ementy several .othe as-: are currently without the services dedicated in St. Petersburg recent IT'S EASY LASTS A LIFETIME {

:aessments,:protests.e.will,,cojv- of"'.A ualiiied,4Ptonjetistxwenty- *-

f L. 'ttnue ,equalization, meetingsjsachdavrtunljjooivJn..thew of jWhich.are without:any form\pfprofessional. ly.In. !ceremonies which. also marked ,
\- commission .visual care,and numerous i( the opening of Allstate's Florida. For: the ideal i i ra'ie construotion use con. ;

., .' riwms Lat...the.; courthouse SFgzliza} locations require additional ,I regional office building, President crete,:masonry for :walls. Nd other material t
'Jion.meetings,usually last tyweg c, optometrists. meet the needs ofFlorida's \t
to-: < Judson, B. Branch announced that wJU give you the low lost long lasting
after which time the growing
\ commission eve, population.! invitations going to than
are: more .protection, ,, .. fire-safety low
i .;.... sets the tax levy for the coming Pptometric? officialsstataXhat.oneoptometrist4 : 200 other companies; ,. throughout ?' plus upkeep.
year. t F ,;Themillage; last year\was:ft1ig...t- thousand; (7,000)) .of total ,the office and research to build or rebuild a garage look 1-
1: yunder 6 mills but )t appeal ed ini- population tou provide ,adequate '
., : ; ,development. fir&to. c91eeter masonry' .. 'you'll 'never lie
1 .. neztrthatahe} levy will &*!e.1to visual care. Florida's: current;Otto r.Branch predicted, that, ultimate Sl *:- fc 1- V t '",I. J..*i i 1
n dock
J ,, year .m'eet ? :If'!!,X U..qPO.q tY ",R reas oa
: Ire boostedhthis J o fig-; is approximately one to twelve development of the o_vera1i130 acre Steams 4Y ;
s t"**"'. zr$ com / '*fipyi has, (1:12).. tract will produce, a.minimum of made on equipment see us today .,

>,_.,.' placed in itatentativebudget,.. x To be eligible' for:..schpIarshlDS, 4pOQnew Job opportunities and anannual .
> ; Ibe .county a f jy njraBii-j. U ;: t /
commission topkm
: ., ; < Pr, ;Young said Applicants must payroll in excess of $20 million .v
J.l -position this week, that'itwonldSI' be.residents.of.Florida for at least CONCRETE_ BLOCK BUILD BETTER BUILDINGS yj

-' decline to give its.approvaLto subdivision five rearsand mge't.pe optomet- "We are COnfIdent.other companies (

i : ,where 1 dght: f-way fe ric,educational requirements. Including .will I find, as .we; have that r i
short of required standards.. ,two years' attendance'at.an ,unique combination of excellent
i ;' .The board, t byjieclininSjta,taker accredited college of-irts.and sdences clizrzatc, larg'e skilled ,labor supply

,.:.''' faction pnatPfhokesubdivision: or a juniorcollege,jvith muphasis and.rapid growth.? of thetareai3 the

: kniwnasPnrkviewlanorfshoWedttaeSt oamatbematicepnd the J? o9Bi perfect answer .to..t.hek problemof .1
; .. : ,to?lobk-with.,e 'fAVor. .e tm 0'" '} sdea aiatziAtecip- opening; jiew offices,or.relocating ,
$J;:;::! plats; wiei5"neededtjig t f: rgy to teats p ustagtea. So!Jl ttead,an accredited : present onea/*.Branch stated.s ._ f
;<,- not made AvaUable wj tiyayt c om..h.} ,coll ge.f+ ot optac. !
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happiness roses. A blooming Bird I

': \ I PERSONAL P E NEWS 'NOTES[]\ F of bride's garden.Mrs.Paradise book.John peeped. Starling out I of kept the rock the.

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i' Louis and Jerry Gold left Friday Mrs. 'Wallace Pope accompaniedMrs. Mrs. left their
F< 7r Korbly on wedding
.:.- for a vacation to be spent in Mexi- W.,M. Dubose of Pahokee' to ? trip to Nassau, the bride traveling
;' ica City for several weeks. Jacksonville Wednesday and will &: in a three piece beige silk match-

.7i". Miss Elinor Brackin of Pahokee be the overnight guest of Mr. and ing accessories and a rose corsage.
went to Frostproof' on the ; 4 Mrs.Dubose before going on to her Upon their return, they will re-

'. : holiday to a reunion dinner with home in Zachary, La. Mrs. Dubose :J F side at 2707 Cheryle Lane, Sara- i

: her father's family. Attending this plans to visit relatives in Georgiaand q 4 sota Florida. ,

f.,: dinner were Mr. .and'Mrs. Johnny Alabama before she returns to The bride, a graduate of Pahokee

, Woodham, Stuart; Mrs. Mae Pahokee.Mr. High School in 1956. received her
Brackin, Frostproof; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. M. D. Geiger of fi&A: BAE degree from the Universityof
; Loyd Brackin and Steve. Eagle Canal Point were weekend guestsof Florida in 1960 and was a mem-'

t : ,Lake;' Mrs. James Nelson and Ed- his brother and sister-in-law ber of the Delta Gamma Sorority.She .

,. die, Panma City; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Geiger in Fort taught one year at the North

-... .., : Marvin Langford and family of Lauderdale. Side Elementary School in Ft.

.- Frostproof;. and Mrs. Annie Whid- Mr. and Mrs. J. IE. Williams of g"a Lauderdale.The '

*don, at whose home the reunion Canal Point have as their- house- groom graduated from

4. was held. guests their daughter, Mrs. John Plant High School in Tampa, received -
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Rodgers of Nelson and sons, Bill and Mark, of a BSBA degree from the

_, Bryant left Monday for three Sty Augustine. The two \families 4 University of Florida in 1960. He

weeks vacation with relatives in drove to Orlando during the week- .l was a member of the Sigma Nu '

. Alabama. end were guests through the 4th fraternity. He is now employed as

t Mrs. Ed Reagen and son, Clyde, I of their son and daughter-In-law. t staff assistant in Personel Depart
of West Palm Beach, were weekend Mr. and Mrs. John Williams and: : ment of General Telephone Com

; guests of her mother, Mrs. H. their daughters. pany.
C. Browning 'in Canal Point. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grossman and Out ,of town guests were: Mr.

( Bob Cote of Pahokee ,was the daughter, Virginia Lee of Plantation 9a and Mrs. Oscar Haufler and child-

%,. weekend guest of Ron Ter Haar in Village, attended the .Friend- g ren, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson,

r-, Daytona Beach.. Korbly'wedding Saturday. j; .; all of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. E.

E. Bishop and son, Frank of West
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Jones and daughter, Linda and

J ANNOUNCINGROY4LPALMMANOR> : Mrs. Katherine. Cain of Tampa:
Miss Karol Rozum of Miami; and

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Martha, and Debbie Sarvis, all \'


From $10,500 Miss Kay I Elaine Friend Becomes Bride PAY BIG DIVTOENDSPUBLIC ,

This Is public notice that the Follow-
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED Richard Korbly In Church Ceremony ing Election Officials have been appointed -
by the City Council of the City
of Pahokee. Florida to serve In the
Blanton & Unwin Inc.Office Special Election to be held Friday.
Miss Kay Elaine Friend of Pa- a crown of lace and pearls and she July 7. 1961 which will be an unofficial -
Phone'7143 Res. Phones 7712 & 7366 hokee, became the bride of Ricn- I carried a large Butterfly white straw vote In regard to the regula-
tions In the Hours in which Alcoholic
PAHOKEE, FLORIDA ard .Palmer Korbly, Jr., in a Dutchess rose. I Beverages can be sold:
.... candlelight ceremony at the Pa Mrs. Friend chose for her daugn- INSPECTORS _____ IRENE HURT
V8** 4Si3 X iS l I hokee First Methodist Church, ter's wedding a pink crepe dress ESTELLE SANDERS

Saturday, July 1st at 7:00 p. m. with matching accessories and tAn MARSHALL ____MARIAN_ L. I.BLEECH MALOY
Officiating at the double ring ceremony orchid corsage. Please Govern Yourselves Accordingly.
was the Rev. T. C. O'Steen, :Mrs. Korbly, Sr., wore a printed I CLERK
: pastor of:the church. silk dress (CITY SEAL)
with matching accessories -
Publish: June 30 and July 7. 1961
\ The bride the former Kay Elaine and White orchid corsage.
Friend is the daughter of Mr. and LEGAL NOTICE
Following the wedding a
recep- THIS IS PUBLIC NOTICE that the
': Mrs. Lewis W. Friend of Pahokee. tion was held at the home of thebride's I City of Pahokee Water Works, a Municipal (.*
1 l Corporation will receive bids for 1
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. the furnishing of labor and materials "
and Mrs. Richard P. Korbly, Sr., of Lewis Friend., Mrs. Sal. Thomas I I for the construction of a new roof for A...
.the City Water WorkS'Treatment
: 3306 Shamrock Road, Tampa. and Mrs. Paul Rardin served punch located at 180 North Lake Avenue. i
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: The altar was effectively decorated and cake. The cake table was cov- Specifications may be obtained at the :""!*.
aI office of the City Clerk. All bids must .
with tall white standards of ered with an imported linen' cut-!i.I be sealed In an envelope and clearly ';.
white gladioli and mums; cathedral] work cloth and featured a. handsome marked on the outside "Water. Treat- ".-i
ment Plant Roofing Bid" Bids must
candelabra with white tapers'were arrangement of white but be sealed In an second envelope 'or :..*
used in where around the five tiered mailing purposes. ?
graduate angles terfly roses All bids must be received by the City'
: stately palms formed the back- wedding cake topped by a minia- Clerk not later than 8:00 O'clock P. M. .J.
10th. 1961 at which time
WHETHER YOU .' : ground with a lighted cross in ture bride and groom. At one end. Monday.the bidding July will close. %
front. Family pews were marked silver punch bowls rested in ar- The City reserves the right to accept ,/
: H : with arrangements of white mums rangements of white roses. On the or reject any CITY or all OF bids.PAHOKEE **

Buy. showered with white, satin. Preced- bride's table, beside the book, was DRAWER X '1
ing and during the ceremony, Miss an arrangement'' white fuggii (CITY SEAL)

i Jill Mcllwain, organist, presenteda mums. The Florida room was decorated 'I I By City: Patricia Clerk Batchelor "
'program of wedding music and as a rose garden with red Publish: June 30 and July 7. 1961 ,?

accompanied Miss, Anita Cowart,. ,...., 'q
orBuild soloist, as she sang "Because", J
"Till" and "The Lord's Prayer."

Usher groomsmen were Johnny
About Building-
c Smith, Canal Point; Tom PflegerFt. Thinking

Lauderdale; Don Vining, Atlanta

We Would Like To Help You Ga.; all fraternity brothersof

j the bridegroom; and John Cain, For Free Estimates, Call ,
Orlando. R. P. Korbly, Sr., servedas

,. Home Financing Is .; .. his son's best man. ;
.['., Attendants were Cynay Friend, WILEY TILLIS
sister of the bride, maid of honor. ,
Our Specialty : ;.
.,:'':t' e! She wore a frock of beige silk or- General Building Contractor f

;: ganza with a softly draped bodice \

When you finance your'home here, you di1tha. and brief sleeves. The sheath skirt Box 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127THEATRES i
; was draped to one side. She worea
local association with headquarters right here in our eo: matching head piece and carried
a deep red Dutchess Rose. Miss
community, and whose officers and employees are Betsy Fisher, of West Palm Beach, .._:.{ t : 1 : :...H--H+fI II : till : II I I 11 I 1 : 1 : I I I I t

sincerely interested in seeing that you attain true cousin of the bride, Miss Jeanine

Mock of Gainesville and Pahokee,
debt-free home ownership.Come .
,served as bridesmaids and Miss I

Merry Ann Friend, sister of the t
r In Today,. bride,' was junior bridesmaid. All P R I N C ELAKE DRIVE-IN
wore frocks Identical to the maid
Pahokee-Belle Glade RoadI
of honor and also carried deep red Pahokee

". Dutchess Roses. .. :.:- WO FEATURES-:..
t t I I I I t I I t I I I I I I-H- The bride given in marriage by I I I .

her father, was beautiful In a per- SUNDAY IONDAY-TI1ESDA'I '

iod gown fashioned of candlelight .3 UNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY JULY 91011'STRANGERS

Boquet taffeta, which featured a JULY 9-10-11
Everglades Federa! WHEN
scoop neckline outlined with
French pearl trim and bracelet WE MEET'

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SAVINGS INSURBD UP TO $10.090 BT was attended to a bell shaped skirt
which drawl to the back In a.bustle OBBIEN AND ARTHUR ;--:' l

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t iSuggestiongFor 1 1I land, is high and dry,. you'll find
good stan'ds of trees. Most trees FLORIDA facts .
' I The,Home Buyer .
: die off in swam y or lowlyingland.
J.rIAMI-General Development ,
Eight, check the builder's adver-
Corporation, the nation's leading
tising. If he shows ''architect's
Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick McKee 'community building firm came up
rendering" of a proposed community -
and son, 'Freddie, of Canal Point,
today with a ten-point checklist to
be on your guard. Most estab- y
have made plans: to leave here
safeguard the purchaser buying a lished and reliable builders use only
.,within the next week for Tasley, Florida home. .K L
actual, untouched photographs in
Va.. J.lr.lcKee: a truck produce
And General Development should their advertisements.Ninth .
broker, will remain in Virginia
know, for the corporation has eight make sure that the com- _
through the summer vegetable sea- S
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cities under construction on both munity has a program for construc- .
wife and
son, while his son plan
Florida coasts. Here's what corp- tion of schools churches, libraries,
;. to spend some o. this time with
oration officials say you should shoppingcenters and other facili-
relatives in Easton, Maryland and
look for before you leap into the ties. Not only are these a convenience .
Delaware.Mr. .
Bridgeville, 1
purchase of a home in Florida. but they provide work op-
and Mrs. D. P. Hughes of
First, your home should be located portupities should you get bored of
and Lewell. are at
Bryant son .
in a community fronting ca loafing.
home after a three weeks visit with a main Florida highway. Florida Finally, select only a community -I )

relatives in Alabama Texas and main highways are not too common with a normal American popu-

Northwest Miss Kay Florida., Hughes Their completedher daughter but they link the principal lation. Don't get into a community .. GAME FISH ABOUND r |
cities of the state. They make :t devoted exclusively to older people.
executive secretarial course IN FLORIDA FRESH FISHERMEN-
easier for you to get from your Young blood,is needed to maintainthe
home to suitab'.eplace
major population areas. I equalibrium of any
Orlando early in June. She accomp- I ESTIMATED $300.000,000 A YEAR ON THEIR EXCITING.
Secondly, the community in to live.Florida t
anied her parents on their vacationand HEALTHFUL HOBBY JUST FOR SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT
which you buy your home shouldbe offers homes in just J
is at,home for a visit before
near an established city. Many about every price range, and under -" ..
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going but into' the business world. Florida communities are built from easy financing arrangements.The "' .."::.;.,. ... -.- If Izaak, Walton I .

Mrs. K. Eldon and son, Bobby scratch and the facilities of an choice is up to you. But says """; WERE WRITING tiTHE

Eldon of Lake Harbor, were re- older city come in handy while your General Development check these ----, COMPLEAT ANGLER" TODAY -

cent guests of her son-in-law end community is growing. ten points if you want the most IT WOULDN'T BE

daughter. Mr. and Mrs..J:. D. Stacy Thirdly make sure that your for your money.Interstate. COMPLETE WITHOUT A
and family at Bryant. home is of .. .
community on a body '7 f CHAPTER ON THE EXCEL-
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cochran, Jr.., I r t water. Florida means recreation, LENT FISHING ENJOYED
Road To
and daughter, Debra of Homestead and frontage on a lake bay riveror s- IN THE POOLS WHICH

visited his father, J. E. Coch- ocean will help provide it for x. K RESULT FROM NORMAL

ran, Sr., in Pahokee and other relatives Be Opened TodayGovernor t y : "jf PHOSPHATE ,MINING
over the weekend.W. the fourth place buy only OPERATIONS IN /

S. Cross of Canal Point is from a long-established builder. t CENTRAL FLORIDA.
visiting his brother in Gainesville, The contractor who is new in the Farris Bryant and Fed- r "

Florida also his daughter, Mrs. field often will put up a communityof eral Highway Administrator Rex
Doyle Branyon who is undergoingtests several hundred houses or less Whitton will officiate at a series

at the University of Florida and will.move away. The big long-I of ceremonies in Orlando today terstate program.' Including the 31-mile segment to

Hospital.Mr. established companies have heavy (July 7) as the State Road Depart-, "The completion of this portionof be opened July 7, approximately

and Mrs., Robert Meyer of financial interests in their com- ment opens the longest segment of Route 4 is a major step in'link 80 miles of this route have been
Miami were the guests of Mrs. munities, and their representatives' Interstate highway in Florida.
ing the Tampa-St. Petersburg area completed.
Meyer's parents Mr. and :Mrs. J. are these should you have any com- Bryant and Whitton head an impressive -
V. Thomas of Pahokee, over the I I plaints. list'' of government offic- on the west coast with Daytona Other .completed segments ?f

holiday weekend.Mr. Check the water supply. Florida ials who will participate in dedication Beach on the east -coast. Every I Route 4 include a nine-mile link be-

and Mrs. A. T. Holt accomp- has unlimited excellent water in activities to officially open In- community, along this 154-mile tween St. Petersburg and Tampa

anied by her parents Mr. and :Mrs. some areas. In some other sections, terstate Route 4 from America route will benefit from the safety (including the seven million dol-

R. S. Stokes all of Canal Point however the problem of water for Street in Orlando to IT. S. 27 in and economic advantages offered
lar Howard Frankland Bridge), a
were July 4th guests of her broth- home consumption<< may prove hard. Polk County-a distance of 31 by this multilaned superhighway;
er-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. to solve at some future date. miles. he said. I 25-mile portion from Tampa east

Danny Mullis. and young son Dan Sixth before you buy make sure The schedule of events begins Phillips pointed out the only pro- I to Lakeland, a six-mile link in Polk

nie in Cocoa. that the community has a planned with a dedication breakfast, follows tion of Route 4 not yel completed County the Lake Monroe Bridge In

Mr. and Irs'. George Meade of recreation program. General De with a ribbon-cutting ceremony between Tampa and Orlando is a Seminole County and a 10-mile

Pahokee left Saturday for their velopment, in its communities suchas on the Orlando Expresswey 23-mile segment from Lakeland segment in Volusia County. .

home in South Carolina where they Port Charlotte, Port St. Lucie a motorcade to U. S. 27, a dedication eaSt' to U. S. 27.This'link will ue An additional 40 miles is cur-

will spend the next two months. and otherS offers more than the ceremony in Polk, County and completed in September allowing rently under construction. Major

, Mrs. J. R. York has returned to house it sells. The buyer gets golf I closes with a barbecue Haines Central Florida motorists, to drive I I construction projects include two

, her home in Pahokee after visiting courses fishing piers, parks, community -t City.Road from Orlando to Tampa without links on the Tampa Expressway,

hre son and ughter-in-law, Mr. centers schools hi adult Board Chairman John "ft. encountering a single red light, intersection the nearly-completed segment be-

and :Mrs. Van York, in Ft. Lauder- educations, swimming pools and Phillips said the opening of the or railroad: crossing. tween Lakeland and U. S. 27. a link

dale. yacht clubs as part of the bargain. 31-mile portion of limited-access Route 4 is the most developed of south of the Lake Monroe Bridge

I Mrs. Raymond Jaudon and daughters Seventh, make sure the com- facility is a landmark in the De: the four Interstate,superhighways in"Seminole County and a 15-mile

Wilma and Judy, of Brandon munity has good drainage. If"the J partment's multi-million dollar In- I being built in Florida. I i I stretch in Volusia County.
are the guests this week of Mr. j 1

-. and J.lrs.Viley Tillis,of Pahokee i I
Mrs. J. G. Weeks of Canal Point, I

returned to her home Sunday after

spending a few days with her son ANOTHER BIG REASON BEHIND THE BIG BOOM IN FORD SALES: j I II

and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I

Robert Weeks, in Miami. .. '. !
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Latham of

Canal Point, returned home Saturday No other wagon can match .Jl. '; r':' i

following a two weeks. visit .
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North ,Florida in Jacksonville.she also had While a nico in \]a.. Jf':'{ Ford's features (popularity! ) .: 1 :

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Pahokee made pop calls with relatives .. '
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I and were luncheon' guests of their- ,

son-in-law and daughter Mr. and ..e ctRsceloc : E

Mrs. James S. Wilson and familyin i

Ft. Lauderdale.Mr. :

and Mrs. R. C. Currin and .
children, Pam and Catherine, of '

.. Sarasota, were weekend guests of

her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.

and Mrs. Olaf Boe and.,family of .. r "
Pahokee.Mrs. I
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Edwin Maxson, wife of Lt. '-
Edwin Maxson, and children, Cin- ..: A
dy, Patricia and Michalle of Williams Ford wagons have features that only ArnerThere' are more savings. Ford's Ranch

Air Force Base in Arizona ica's_ _station wagon specialists can bring you. Wagon is America's lowest-priced full-size I ;

are spending the month of July There's more room. Ford's extended load wagon.. And. like all Fords, every Ford A..I -fit. '

with his parentsMr. and Mrs. R. deck is the longest and widest in its field. wagon is built to be more service-free:goes .

J. Maxson in Canal Point. There's more convenience. You can' have 30,000 miles between chassis lubrications,

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ammons of a power-operated roll-down rear window in 4,000 miles between oil changes. 1 J
Canal Point had as their Tuesday any Ford wagon.There's Stop waiting for that wagon you've always. i '
wanted.. Swap for a 61 Ford wagon..now! .
distinction. The Country
(July 4th) luncheon guests her more
SaTe for amost 61 ,Ford the America B '
wagon It
Squire (above) is the in its field
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and s only wagon loves r'.D.A.". \ '..

Mrs. Noel J. Dyer. ., of West Palm with body panels that look like mahogany, .. ..,..,....." ...,..fd ,t I
Beach. wear like steel. Today is'the day to STOP...SWAP...SAVE IIC IW rAl", ..II tricII .

Claud Santee of .Canal Point
returned Saturday'to his home following \ S. PAHOKEE MOTOR COMPANY ; i

io a months stay in the Vet-., S .
\ erans Hospital.in.Coral- Gables. :<. ., : .:' : ;... A't. > '" : i : ; ,

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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, July 1, 1961 .

"!"fiJA ..+./7 -n..w1 ,d r- ;; M w k w'+ r'* -- -
onson, Mrs. W. M..Dubose, Mrs. I.

Miss Cunningham! I M. Lair Mrs; Lee Shirley, Mrs 'r I II

I David Unwin and Mrs.Olaf Boe.

WedsClEowlerThe Before Mr.and Mrs. Fowler left

on their wedding trip to Plenty-

wood, Montana she changed into a

Pahokee First Methodist navy silk linen suit with white ac-

Church was'the scene of a Sunday cessories and a white orchid cor-

rJ afternoon wedding ceremony, July sage. On their return from Mon-

2nd at 5:00 o'clock, when Miss tana they'will make their home,in
:. Judith Ann CunniAgham, daughterof I Lake Worth. .

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: s ningham, Sr., of Pahokee, became Pahokee High School Mather
First Methodist The Church Of God Christian Science
i; .- -, the bride of William Allan Fowler, School of Nursing, New Orleans; (
Church'Pahocee: Of Projphecy, Pahokee Group Of Canal Point rison son of Fowler:Mr. and of Mrs.Plentywood William, Mon Har- and Palm Beach Junior College.. 0

Schools attended by the groom---
''f' 'Rev. TCOteen: ; I Genuine appreciation of the sacrifice tana.
Canal Point Road Plentywood High School; Plenty-
and triumph of Christ Jesus The Rev. Thomas C. O'Steen, ,
John H. Kinard pastor wood, Montana, three years in U. !
must be expressed in daily living. pastor of the church, performedthe
9:45 a. m.-Church; School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School S. Army; Palm Beach Vocational !

11:00 a. m.-Morning :Worship ll:00va. 'm. Preaching Service This is a theme of the Lesson- double ring- candlelight cere- School. Profession, Auto mechani ;

6:45 p. m. MYF 1:45 p. Evangelistic Service Sermon on "Sacrament" to be presented mony before a large assembly of Out of Town guests attendingthe I

7:45 p. .Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. at the semi-annual communion relatives and friends. The churchwas" Cunningham-Fowler Wedding. ... i
, TUESDAY: service in Christian Science decorated with baskets of
8:00'p.in. Thursday-W. M B. ,
\ Mr. and Mrs. Irvin, Zumph, also
'7:00 p. m.Vesper Choir prac churches white and flanked
Everyone welcome. Special music ,Sunday.P gladioli mums,
:Mr. and Mrs. L, Pf Parson and
ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. a u 1' s charge to Timothy, by lighted tapers in branched
of Belle Glade
daugther Paula ;
: ... "Watch thou in all things, endure candelabrum and palms. The pews
1:45'p. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cunningham,
m.-Mld-week devotions
afflictions, do the work of -J1J\ were marked! with white satin rib-
8:30 p. m.-: Senior Choir' prac The Methodist Church Sumter S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Russel
evangelist, make full proof of thy bon and nosegays.A .
tice.Canal Currin and children, Katherine,
.. Canal Point, Florida ministry" (II Tim. 4), will be Included prelude of wedding music was
and Pammie, Sarasota; Mr. and
j. in the Bible readings.A played by Miss Jill McHwain, or-
Point FirstBaptist Robert A. Shelley, Paster correlative citation from "Sci ganist, before the ceremony. Miss Mrs. Charles Munch and children* ,
.' SUNDAY Margaret and Sarah, Jensen
: ence and Health with Key to theScriptures" 'Shirley Kincaid sang solo selec-
Church 10:00 a. m.-Church School Beach; Mr. and :Mrs. Alex Scaun-
by Mary Baker Eddy tions during the services. Tradi-
.t 11:00 a. m-Morning Worship icky and daughter Sandra, Man-
states: "To keep the commandments tional wedding marches were played -
Elder R.B.Barfield 6:30 p. .Youth Fellowship apalin, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Jerold
of our Master and 'fclient before and after the ceremony.
SUNDAY: 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship Jacob Willie Wilkins, Mr. and Mrs.
his example, is our proper debt to Miss, Susan Johnson of Pahokee
MONDAY: Kenneth Carlton and children, Lin-
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School him and the only.worthy evidenceof was.maid of honor,wearing a light
11:00 -- 3:15 p. m.Youth Choir practice da and Kem, :Mr. and Mrs. Walter
a. m. Morning Worshlp
i; our gratitude for all that he hasdone" pink silk organza, ballerina length
7:00 p. .-B. T. C. TUESDAY: Bernhart all of Lake Worth; :Miss
(p. 4). dress with a full skirt, a melon
I 8:00 p. m.-Evening' Worship 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st : Pat Bain, and Miss Judy Stewartof
colored medallion hat with circular I
WEDNDESDAY Tuesday Miami Mrs. Wallace '
: ; Pope,
I veil and carried a crescent .
7:30 p. m.Midweek Prayer MONDAY: : Luncheon Honors melon carnations and Baton Rouge, La.; Miss Hilda My-
Service 7:30 p. ra.- Esther Class meeting green att Miss
4 Miss Cunningham. leaves. Barbara Myatt, and Miss
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS WEDNESDAY: Iris
: Locke of Delray Beach; Mrs.
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting -' Bridesmaids, were Misses Suzanne -
7:30 p. m.-Ladiea Auxiliary Fern Frank and children Robertaand
Meeting. mi..g o Mrs. W M. Dubose and Mrs.; Young and Pam Boe. They wore
Roger, and Mrs Mandi Car-
.... Marshall Lair of Pahokee I dresses identical to the maid of
Church Of God were sten of West Palm Beach; Mr. and
hostesses at a,delightful luncheon, I honor, with light pink hats and I
Mrs. Frank
... Lanai. PointBaptist : ,Barf ield, Highway Saturday, July 1st, honoring Miss flowers. and Miss Marti Bridges, Brooksville of Bed-;
Judith Ann Cunningham and her John Jirovec, Frostproof, servedas
ford Ind.Calling.
Church .
Pahokee, Florida bridesmaids. Mr. Fowler's best man. Ushers .. .
9:45 A. M-SUnday School I
David ,
were Cunningham Jr.
... The DuBose, home was beautifully !- .
Rev. Charles D. Stewart
Pastor 11:00 A. M.-:Morning Worship brother of the bride,' Francis Shower
decorated for the
occasion. A
SUNDAY: 7:3.0.P. Evangelistic Service!!
"Skeets" Boe and Harry
Cunningham -
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet- yellow and white mum arrangement For Mrs. PadgettMrs.
brother of the bride.
11:00 i was used on the table. Place- younger
a. m.-Morning Worship Ing
.6:30 p. m.-Training Union.0 7:30 P. M. Thursday-Y. P. E. cards were of miniature brides- The bride, given in marriage by Lester Hand's home in Pa- 1

7:30 p. .-Evening' Worship .... .. maid dolls in pastel net ,skirts to her father, wore a floor length hokee was the lovely scene of a
WEDNESDAY match those of the gown of candlelight peau de sale,
guests and were bridal calling shower in honor of
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting., Holy Nativity later used as corsages. An all white featuring a portrait neckline and' Mrs. Dennis Padgett, held Thurs- !.

Episcopal Church bridal doll placecard marked the decorated with heirloom lace ir- day, June 29, 7:30 to 9:30.: I

Pahokee place of the bride-elect. The color ridescent equihs and seed peal"ls.1 Assisting Mrs.- Hand were Mrs.
The Pahokee ChurchOf 1
The long sleeves came to
,.. theme was carried out in the lighted a Franklin Gillis, Mrs. F. E. Gillis, \
The Nazarene M. Wendell Haimin: vicar tapers and individual cakes were point at the wrist.. The, skirt was Mrs. Ernest Maxwell and Mrs. Joe tii i
o ) fashioned of two tiers of accordion
SUNDAY: decorated in pastel icing. 0 Thompson. The hostesses presentedan I

433 Bacom ,Paint Rd. 10 a. m.-Sunday School I Guests included Miss Cunning- pleats, with an apron front caught orchid corsage to the honoree i\

Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 11. a.'m.-Worship Service ham; her mother, Mrs. D. W. Cunningham at the sides with lace and flowing and corsages of yellow hibiscus j
o into a chapel train in back. Her
grand- were presented to the mothers. i
SUNDAY SERVICES_ : mother Mrs. W., shoulder length veil of French illusion -
Enecks, :Miss The refreshment table was over-
9:45 a. m.-Sunday Scho L St. Mary's thQl c Susan Johnson fill from a crown of candle-
Misses Pam Boe laid with a lace cloth, centered
11:00. a. m.-Sunday Worship. Church and Suzanne I light roses. For her "somethingold
Young; Miss Jill Mc- with an attractive arrangement of
6:30 Juniors. "
p. she carried handkerchief
o a
I 7:00 Ilwainj Miss Shirley Kincaid, Miss hibiscus flowers and ivy around.the
m.- Unciay'Evenlng
p. Father Francis Pastor from her .
Fennech Paula Parsons paternal grandmother'strousseau. ,
of Belle
Mrs. crystal punch bowl flanked ty
Evangelistic Service. Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. Wallace Pope, house I She also wore a necklace small
WEDNESDAY: guest andMiss I bouquets of sweetheartroses.
Confessions before:Mass. a gift from the bridegroomand
I 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer -.---.- Barbara Myatt of Delray :I Little square iced cakes,
meeting. Beach. : carried a white, prayer book nuts and mints were placed on th3 .
... I Io I centered with white orchid
"Where you"are a stranger but St. Peter's Lutheran a table. Misses Martha Sellers and ",

once". Church Belle Glade Tourism Drops I sprayed with phlycopsis orchids Yvonne Thompson assisted the .i.
and sweetheart roses. \
J hostesses in serving refreshments.
During Year 1960 Mrs. Cunningham chose for herdaughter's i| Miss Gail Sears presided over the j
August Koerber, Pastor
First wedding a dusty rose bride's book. '
'BaptistChurch Fifty guests called
601'W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade. silk linen sheath dress,
..... TALLAHASSEE featuring
SUNDAY: -Florida tour-I during tne evenlI{ .
PahokeeSUNDAY Divine Services 11 A. M. ism suffered a drop of half a'million an apron effect overskirt, match Guests were met at the door by 11

SERVICES School 9:45 A.X. tpurists''during 1960, but early ing'pillbox hat and shoes and a Mrs. Hand and introduced to the ..t
.->-...- I 1961 statistics indicate that this cymbidium orchid corsage.Mrs. receiving line which included :Mrs..
9:45 School
11:00 a.a.m.-.-Sunday Morning Worship Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClenithanhave I I year's volume will more than make W. R. Enicks. bride's ma- Dennis Padgett; her mother, Mrs.

6:45 p. m.-Training Union returned' to their home after up for the drop reflected last year. ternal'grandmother, wore a cotton Pope Sears and Mrs. Claude Pad- i

t 8:00 p, .-Evening Worship being called to the funeral of Mr. Wendell Jarrard, chairman-di- lace street length dress with white gett. The guests were then invited 1

o WEDNESDAY: McCIenithan's brother in Arcadia, I rector of the Florida Development accessories; and; a pink Nellie Mor- tq 0 look at the display of lovely :

"8:00 p. m. Prayer Meeting. Monday. ) I Commission, has predictedthat I,lee orchid corsage. gifts and afterwards were served ''-:

I 1961 will be a "record year" Following the wedding"Mr. and refreshments, while stereo music -J

A .recent survey prepared by tha; ,Mrs. W, D., Cunningham, Sr., en- was played in the background.
WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW commission included destinations I tertained with a reception at the .- .

.of nearly 20,000 tourists who answered :home ofo Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Boe, Miss Florida Named'
the 2016 East'Main Street in Pahokee. : .
, Cattle Sales questions prepared by '
0 Monday ., state. On area destinations, the Beautiful floral arrangements cfswe'etheart At Sarasota Meeting: 1

lower east coast showed an In- roses, pink and white -

( crease and maintained a significant carnations, yellow and white glads SARASOTA Miss Sherry 0 ,

Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market i lead over the remainder- the state and white mums were used at van- Grimes, a brown-eyed brunette /

\ which is owned and operated by more than 120 : as the spot where most of the tour- tage points through-out the spac- whose ambition is to become a ..;

Florida Cattlemen. ists went last year. ious house. professional singer, is Miss Florida '7

The only area close to the lower The bride's table was covered of 1961. ..'

You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here east coast in percentage of tourists with a lace cloth,silver candelabra Sherry was chosen from five finalists f!

at this Market. We make an effort at all times to give was the west coast region. Nearlya holding white tapers, and the center chosen earlier from 34 en- >"

quarter of the tourists had no I arrangement of pink carnations tries. The runner-up was Miss Miami -
outstanding service to seller. Give
an buyer and us I
S t particular destination,abut merely I II in silver bowl added beauty to 19-year-old Charlotte (Gap-

trial. F toured the state, the-survey show- .: the: effect.A crystal bowl of punch py) Pittman, a music major at the

1 I.,tl 1 I J I 1 1 1 1 ,1.1 ed. _. cooled by a heart shaped block of University of Miami-
.. ice filled with ''sweetheart roses Petite Miss Grimes will repre- '

SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. TO. CARD OF THANKS" rested on one'end of the table and sent Florida in the Miss America

.: : The'family of Joe Brown Crosby on the other was' a three tiered ,Pageant at Atlantic City, N. J., In

wishes tq express their heart-felt wedding cake topped by a miniature September. She received a $1,000

VM appreciation for an the kindness bride and groom. Miss Paula scholarship, trips and an,extensive

Glades Livestock Market shown them In,their time':Of Borrow. Parson and Miss Judith Platt served wardrobe as reward for being chosen -
'"' .t""If"""" "1S__..,... -..., .. Ant! nrt '. To ail the friends for' tl&r, : -cake'to the guests, while Hiss Miss Florida, '

: ASSOCIATION prayers;'visits cards letters, flowers Roberta Frank and'Visa pottle1 I''

r and,food,we take Ugandans. ofJMrs. Lair assisted Mrs. J. R. York ant: ; Mrs. Abe Dobrow., of Pahokee,

OD.PahOkee- Ge. q : ."ii, glmr Mn ere. o Mrs. L. I*. Shirley serve punch. left during the past weekend' < for

/' Phone WY 6-3028. George Yang,, '.r .Rena Crosby h 0 Miss Pat Bain and Miss Rosa War- paytoaa Beach' where she-WJ1.'" ttoB.Juest

Mrs,,Lois Crosby,AHea tog)kept the bride's book. Others I of relatives" ... for-... ,.e "weeks-..
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