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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 28, 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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oclc - 32615395
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System ID: UF00079910:00084
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Program Changes New RoadPlanned Dr. John I. Leonard Roads Get BlackTop

Make 5th LargestCounty Passed Away At 75

Ends At SchoolThis With Farmers HelpThe In The Glades
commissioners for the Dr. John I. Leonard, former sup- !
first time in 15 years have made a i erintendent of schools in Palm
week marks the closing of major change in their district county commission this week Beach county, died, at the age of Thirteen short roads in' the >
the summer enrichment program boundaries.The gave tentative approval for its up- 75 years in a Dade City hospital :an Glades area have been blacktoppedthis
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at the Canal Point School. This major change, made at a recent coming budget which will top $10 the west coast of Florida on Mon- week, according' to County
program, sponsored by the Palm preliminary precinct revision million nearly a mllion dollars day of this week. Commissioner Paul Rardin. The
Beach County Board of public In- meeting with Registrar Daniel more than last year. Dr. Leonard, a Presbyterian, was Dixie Asphalt Company of West
struction, was under the leadershipof Gorham, is a geographic one The board will meet again next president of St. Leo College, a Palm Beach was low bidder on the
Mrs. Mildred Larrick and :Mrs. It chops District 1-4 off at a week to give final approval to the Catholic institution ne'ar Dade work and they have been'doing the
Charlotte Walston. Registrationthis north-south line running through budget and to set the tax levy. The City. He was prominent among black-topping this week.
week reached the 100 mark. 20-Mile( Bend and puts everything' commission was .unable to set its educators in Florida during the The work started in the Lake

This week will be spent in com- west of that line in District 5, millage this week since the tax many years that he served in public Harbor area where two roads re- ,
pleting the arts and crafts pro- Commissioner Paul Rardin's Glades assessment roll has not yet been office before accepting the presidency : ceived a coating of asphaltic con-
jects. The girls will finish their district. finalized. of that college four years crete. South Bay came in for its
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pocket books and the boys their The board made one change in ago. share of the work when Canal i 5 ,
comb holders which are made of the advertised budget to allow con- -- Street from the bridge to US27
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leather. The students also made struction of 2% miles of farm, roadin Dr. Rex C. was revoked. Belle Glade received '
bread baskets from ice cream the Glades. RamsayIs topping on Ice Plant Road and !

sticks. S. S. Payment At 62The Commissioner Paul Rardin saida \Vest Camp Road. SIn !'

The races had to be postponed group of farmers, farming in the New PediatricianA Pahokec, Larrimore Road was i'
due to bad weather. The softball area of Ramie Mill Road will give retreaded for its entire length of

; game between Belle Glade and age at which men can apply the needed right of way plus put- one mile. In Canal Point old Con- J t
Canal Point schools was played for social security payments has ting up $19,000 to build the road. new pediatrician, Dr. Rex C. ners Highway from the bridge )
Tuesday and was won by Belle been changed to 62, according :o The budget was revised to allow Ramsay of Miami will join Dr.. F. east to the intersection of the new ., |
Glade with a score of 1311. R. C. Gehrken, Jr., Manager of the for an escrow fund to be established H. Poteete and Dr.: R. L. Hattonat I road was on 'the list. The taxiway .
,Yestreday was open house for West Palm Beach Social Security so the county could supervise the Poteete-Hatton Clinic 01 and road leading into the new .
mothers, with the arts and crafts Office. the project. August 1, according to an an- airport hangar at Pahokee airport J

displayed.Two Until now, men had to be at least Rardin said the new road would, nouncement by Dr. Poteete and Dr. were, retreaded. A recently con- j
softball games between ea-I I 65 before they could make appli- open up more than ten sections of Hatton. structed parking work area around.
nal Point and South Bay cation for payment unless they farm land. Dr. Ramsay is a native of Ark- the county barn received new surfacing f

scheduled to be played- this week. were disabled. 'For several years .. ansas and a graduate of Tulane I. along with several other I
Fifteen swimmers will taker women have been able to claim University. He has served his in- small jobs in the contract.Republicans ;
their tests this week, at the Paho- their social security payments :'t AbneyCoxNamesFFVA terneship at Variety Children's -.,- i I

kee pool. a reduced amount when they were Hospital in Miami and will cqme to "
s Today will .be the .last day and 62,,Men now-have._the same oppor; CommitteesThe Pahokee and the Glades with the' Will ,
,ti the students will'participate In the tunity. Gehrken stated that a very highest of recommendations.Dr. ,
\ regular schedule and will take their man's payment at 62 would be reduced Ramsay along with his wife, Speak To Lions.
arts and crafts projects home at because he would be getting 1961 Convention of the Florida son and daughter, will live in the '
the close of the session.Special paid three years earlier. By reduc-I Fruit & Vegetable Associationwill Jim Paul Crews house on North i
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vr- ing the amount of payments include several additional ,Main street until he can completea Members of the Pahokee Lions 4
62. he will get about the same total 1 I events not previously.scheduled' i"1- new two-story home in Ridge- club will hear the two new Republican I
Meeting I payments as he would by waiting cluding a Golf Tournament and a crest Gardens on Kismet Street. members of the Palm Beach j S"
until 65. A claim must be made The Poteete-Hatton Clinic has
Fishing Tournament, according t"> County Commission at next Tues-
before: any payments can begin.If J. Abney Cox, Princeton Convention been undergoing remodeling dur- day's meeting. Commissioner Paul t
Of Council ToniteA you would like more. Information Chairman. ing the past few weeks making Rardin will introduce Commissioner -

I about payments for men at "A committee has been appointed ready for the additional doctor. Edward Bandlow of Lake ,Worth i
62, get in touch with your social to supervise the first FFVA and Commissioner E. F. Van Kes-
special meeting of the Paho- I I
West Palm I
security office at ; Golf Tournament which is sched- sel of ,Juno Beach. .
\, kee city council has been called for Beach, or meet a representative of uled for Tuesday, September 26." Cities And Towns Mr. Bandlow and Mr. Van Kessel '
8 o'clock tonight (Friday) at which I that office who regularly ,visits I ,
"J. Dan Wright, Sanford, is unseated Democratic; Veterans Roy
hours will
time the liquor closing
Pahokee. committee chairman, with com- Michael and Kenneth Foster in the }
come up for another vote. mittee members H. Hatcher, Mi- Get Their Tax Cut last general election. Since becom- ;
In a recent election held in Pa-
ami; Andrew Spada, Jr., Tampa; ing members of the county board. i
hokee the citizens by a decisive majority Homes Are Selling
f\ Alvin A. Voges, Orlando; and Har- commission the two new members have left 10 i
i told the council that they
ry E. Warren, Lakeland." The this week stone unturned in a effort to famviliarize ,
t" favored the 1952 liquor hours. I Royal Palm ManorNew "The Fishing Tournament will i ordered that some $100,000 in state themselves with operationof I
t' It was thought that the question
taxes collected within municipalities -
be held on Thursday, September county government. j
would come up at this past Monday 28, with Maxwell W. Wells, Sr., be returned to the towns. -S ,
t night meeting but it failed to homes are selling like the Orlando, as chairman of the co.n- West Palm Beach will draw the r '
I materialize. Four councilmen showi Checks Are Mailed I
proverbial hotcakes in Royal Palm mittee. Members of the committeeare largest draft-more than $23,000. .? .. I'
.i .1 ed up for the meeting but C. R. Manor on Bacom Point Road near J. R. Brooks Homestead; Palm Beach is second with some To Municipalities y *. '!.:.. I
;; Wetherjngton failed to put in an i ,
'l a.r the city limits, according to the Lewis Friend, Pahokee; Vernon $21,000. -
3:: >..ll appearance. I developers Blanton_ and Unwin. i I Ramsey, Suffolk Virginia; and F. The amount returned'to the'-municipalities Municlpalltl--j; the county I I

.: ; Three homes have been,completed i W._ Walker, Perrine" Cox said. r represents half Ihe will get some welcome mail this I

:{: ". Vacation School At I and sold. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Other committees named by Cox state tax collected.UnArrange. week checks from the county "
Loreti, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Joiner and included C. B. Streetman Vero ... representing each town's share of I
4 .x Community Bldg. Mr.: and Mrs. George Mills have already Beach as Registration Committee county road and bridge funds. i
I moved into their new homes, Chairman and members Hub- Plans County commissioners authorized :

k' '.' Because of the Building Program :Mr. Blanton said this week. bert Creel, Ft. :Myers; Alvin B. distribution of the money Mon- ;
; in progress at the Canal Point Another home will be ,completedand Jones, Deerfield Beach; L. A.. Says Board Motion I day. Each community gets about
t : Baptist Church, the Vacation Bible ready for occupancy next week Masters, Hastings; and W. H. half the tax.money collected by the
School will be held in the Community he said, when Mr.; and Mrs. Douglas -: Wynne McIntosh. Commissioner Paul Rardin, Ca- county in that community. I
Building. Gillis take up residence there. Named to the Reception Com- nal Point, is seldom at a loss for West Palm Beach, griping because .
r" The.dates are August 14, 15, 16, mittee, with John W. Evans words when it comes to phrasing a it feels it's not getting a fair ;

17, 18, 21, 22; 23. Alaska Trip Story Oviedo, were: Robert Apelgren, county commission motion. share of the road money, will re-
The age limits 5 through 12. Belle Glade; George P. Banks, Monday, County Engineer Steve ceive a check for $23,002, the highest I
," The hours of meeting 8 a. m. Told To Local Lions Pompano Beach;' Luther L. Chandler Middleton asked the board if it amount distributed. f

..: to 11 a. m. Goulds; Sydney O. Chase Jr., wanted to envoke a policy which Total distribution to municipalities 4
r The children of our community Ken and .Joe-Beverly of Ochlocknee I (continued on page 8) bans the use of the commission was 100491. West Palm

are invited to attend. Ga., grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. room and the auditorium at the Beach gets back 22.8 percent of it. f
r. Givingan offering is a part of H. G. Boynton of Canal Point, entertained Tom Campbell Dies. county agricultural building for Other cities shares are: Palm
.. worship. An offering'will be: taken the Canal ,Point Lion's commercial use. Beach, $21,364; Boca Raton, $9- \
daily. Club Monday evening relating In WPB, At 81 Years Rardin started to make a motion 084; Lake' Worth $8,742; Riviera ,

r AU the money given each day some of their experiences during ---- that the ban be carried out for the Beach, $4,803; Delray Beach; $8,- :4\1
t i. will be given ,for World-Wide Minafons. their recent trip to Alaska. The Thomas J. Campbell, former tax agricultural buildng as well as the 260; Boynton Beach $-f, 72; Belle I' '.
.The commencement program I short business session was presided collector of Palm Beach county, commission rooms. Middleton said Glade, $1,849, and Pahokee, 984. \
will be,on Wednesday Night,;Aug. over by J. G. Weeks,:president. died at his home in West Palm arrangements for a commercial ... ... ; I
list '23. and we urge all the parents !. Since the program' chairman for Beach Tuesday night at the age of display had already been made for Mr. and Mrs.J.J. Walker of Port i
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'and their children .to be ,pI' aeat., neat.week'is expected to be on..vacation 81 years ,He was county tax collector the Mounts bunding. Mayaca are on a three weeks vacation \ 'I
Mrs.' Jim ,Gifford ,to tobe' > the no program tea been planned during 1911-1921 and again So Commissioner Rardin moved visiting their son and familyin ;
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Friaeipa, ;of' the Vacation, Bible for the. next: '&e_ ,"tiag. '.. *,up' to te 1962-1936.. He served' as state that' the county engineer :arrange Jacksonville and other relatives I I
School. ate ,senator from 1921 to 1925.. I to tin-arrange the arrangeffiaats.a in Adel and Hahlra, Ga. ,

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:.. LAKE OKEEOHOBEE REGION HOME: OF SUBSCRIPTIONS' are due if your SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you BUY AND SELL real estate with

name label shows you to be in have'one, get in touch with this confidence thru Bill J. Bailey or

: :. THE EVERGLADES NEWS arrear on payment. Send alongti1at newspaper and insert a $1 classi- C. A. Bailey Belle Glade.

_ -, MM* : '. .. $2.00, payment now; and we ifie ad.,It will get sUtS..AU ada
: -. Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without will continue to send you this great payable in advance. The Everglades VACATION TIME is just around

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years palladium of the family fireside. News Canal Point, Fla. the corner. Before you, take off

Established Manjh 11,1924' ,- Published Every Friday. The Fla.Everglades News Canal Point, SAMPLE COPIES of last week's how$2.00 about in the mail dropping for your a check subscription for-

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance edition of The Everglade: News to The,_Everglades News, Canal
APARTMENTS are needed by were mailed in Canal Point and Point, Fla. '
The- Everglades. -, --News Is Entered' at the Post' Office many folks coming into,this areato new subscriptions will be welcomed -
In Canal Point; Florida, as Second Class :Matter 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 happenings in Belle Glade. C.A. Bailey, Real
Rardin Owner Editor Publisher
Paul -
Estate. Phone WY 6-3084 Belle
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through a $1 classified ad in these in this area.

... IP1 .. columns. Send 'along a descriptionof Glade. *
the apartment and a $1 bill and ABOUT 600 ACRES for sale
: Here IsWhat Transpired At Monday's I we'll do the rest. The Everglades partly improved with poor road PASTURE FOR SALE. Farm
"" News Canal Point, Fla. to it. $125 per acre. See call ur land. Acreage. Business loca-
Meeting ,Of The Palm Beach write Bill J. Bailey or C. A. Bailey tions. See Bill J. Bailey or C., A.

FOR SALE: New and used Willys Belle Glade, Fla., Phone WY Bailey, Real Estate. 'Belle Glade, .

County CommissionThe I I1 Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage 6-3084. Fla. _.
in..Belle Glade Phone 3058. '"

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I VISIT IN THE NORTH Stewarts To Attend
county commission this week I There is a possibility that it may FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom home. All I I -

called for a public hearing August be some time before the proposed furnished. Call Mrs. T. W. Emxiz Mrs. ]Mildred Larrick of Lake Church Anniversary

28 on the proposed establishmentof traffic ramps to lighten the loadon at 7467. tf Harbor who has been teaching in

a bulkhead line on the west side approaches to Flagler Memorial the Summer Enrichment Programat Rev. and Mrs. Charles D. Stew

of -Jupiter Island. Bridge are ,built. the Canal Point School accompanied art accompanied by their daughter -
Tractor Accident
The line according to a proposal The county commission this by her sister. Miss Helen
:Mrs. Martin Bradley and child
asked by the majority of property week received an appraisal for Puts Man In HospitalWilliam Vorege and Mrs. Winnie Plank, all
owners, in the area, would extend needed right of way for the'ramps of Lake Harbor will leave next ren, Martia, Kerry and Russell, left

from State Road 707 to the Martin and was surprised to learn that the Arrieta of Port May- week for Columbia, S. C. where today for a visit with the Bradleysin

County Line. property would cost an estimated aca was injured by a tractor last they will visit relatives. -They will Nashville Tenn. Enroute they

In other actions this week the $103,180-just about as much as it I Thursday in a freak accident on drive to Augusta Ga., and plant plan to stop in Hartwell Ga., and
commission; would cost to build the approaches.The the Arrieta Ranch. While he was some flowers on her parents' attended the 150th anniversary of

West Palm Beach Chamberof repairing the tractor it rolled over grav s. Before returning to Lake the Baptist Church of which Rev.
> Voted to call for bids for a card
:. punch machine for'the office of the Commerce building is sitting in him, fracturing pelvis bone and Harbor they plan to visit Mr. and Stewart' was pastor before com
. of the proposed right of way and it bruised other parts of his body. He Mrs. Lee Johnson in Griggsville, ing 'to Canal Point. The Bradleyshad
County Supervisor Registration
is estimated to cost $15,680: to is a patient in the Everglades Memorial Illinois.' The Johnson's are former spent the past two weeks asguests
to facilitate keeping of I
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Doting move the structure. To raze the Hospital. residents of Lake Harbor. of the Stewarts.

records. present structure and rebuild would I .' .. ._ i
Heard that, developers of,Gram- cost about twice as"much. -
p' i ercy Park subdivision had decided Land to the north of the pro-
to build sidewalks in the 'develop- "
posed ramp was valed at $83,500. .
ment. Owners of the property slid i '- *
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... at International. Airport. some further study so no action ": '"

..1 Authorizing signing of an air- was taken.In ',, ,:;. .
port ,lease for Riggers and ,Erect- another right of way item, the I '
ors of Florida Inc., box manufact- board voted to start condemnation :

urers. proceedings to secure land neededfor : ,;'>. -
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.. Named County Engineer Steve improvement of Military Trail '. '

'. ':Middleton County Attorney Harry i from Four Points north to Okee- Sweetest"Fades .:
Johnston.and Frank Sakser, county I chobee Road.Commissioner '61 CALAXIE TOWN VICTORIA. The true : I 1.
Cash In on our
low-prke Field with; .
airport director, to meet with Lake Lytal said "Thunderbird-inspired .
elegance and comfort. low Galaxle : .
FAA officials to work out a plan plans for the' road improvementsare A trend-setter if there ever was one! new ''. j
for construction of an instrument 95: percent complete and it is prices now! ; -

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.- The general.meeting of the Canal Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maxson of "" 5
61 FALCON TUDOR. A Falcon with standard America'slowestpriced ;
t Point Baptist Church V(. M. 1Jf Canal Point are expecting her transmission averaged 32.6 mpg in ',
was held in the. .church t.Monday brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and the 1761 Mobilgas Economy Run-highest ( ..

evenings Mrs.:Charles(B". Stewart; Mrs. V. L. Berry and children, Greg gas mileage\..by a 6- 8-cylinder car in 6-passenger sedan I Own
:president, was in charge of the and Hannah Dee of Jackson, Mississippi the Ruo's 25-year history. H .' .
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business session. The program to arrive here this weekend si99itodnlail
'Sharing of Possessions for Denominational .for a two weeks visit. The Max- delivered print r
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Advance"4was jp'rc- sons plan to spend next week along :. Oet.

tented by Mrs.. W. S. Evans, assisted With thier houseguests on the West *. : .. .r',,{." ; /
tl by Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. S., A I Coast. The 'second-week will be .= _....;;., .jt -..'
'- -'-'Kail Mrs. J. L. McCaU and :Mrs. I spent in, Canal Point.Methodic"t Theresa i -..i- ? {t:

,A. H.Scruggs.. -. -4.-..... s '- / humdinger ( !Ji 'C) > ..... ( .'. ,

Pastor / a buy buzzirV v .

( R v.hank Bledsoe Moves To New Home your way in our ,i' :.
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t tev. and 14irsFxanic; Bledaoe anqtamily Point Methodist Church, aksSip ie9
I of BirmingHam, vAl4.bamaare drove. 'to Statesboro.. Ga.. Friday '

expected.to. arrive a In.. Canal where he joined his wife,Mrs. Shelley !

fl :1 Y 4 ,vrilllie; a,week- and their, little,daughter, Uaa.

euaegt ests of 'his uuue and They retumed to'Canal Point Saturday ,- STOP SWAP SAVE Sedans Convertibles ,. ,-
Mr.hahdMraf ';..Echoic.II where, the r spent their first honey ana '
to pending money on now for,a '61 Ford. with the car.that" Wagons"pick your:; ..
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liBev,2 se.a i night in.the new,parsonage.'Mrs. your car's old. ate. Sales are up and Beautifully ,Built Save real money during our FordDealers'
;.Canal .BapUst.Cburch ; : Shelley and her 'daughterspent your:Ford Dealer is to Take Care. oL SWAPPING BEE! Special ., i
the pest'aixweeka in Salt- in.a position to pay Itself.,A -'61
r +. the pa+gc, i ea ;hfand.., Va- asjgueat*,'of-." iparents top trade-in.dollar for' your 90,000 lubricatradel miles owances ......easiestterms : I
her ; the Storey's tions 4.060 miles possible. For savings that!
Iti and the Boatwtee''The jpaatqr and F. JJ. 04 between oil are bee-yond bee-lief, buzz on in I

ILl ate wfe Ii ) &s'family moved. _to'the new,IMWsooage -' I cfaasfes! to yow Ford Dealer's during his
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J :Page Sur The KrcrgUdc* NOT, Canal Pmt Florida Friday, July 28, 19G1

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:Mr. and Mrs. Russell'Maxson of Miss Sylvia Parrish, who is tak- Sandra To
Upthgrove
Canal Point left Sunday, accom- ing nurse's training in the Orange

I I PER.SOHAL'NEWS NOTES$ panied by their daughter-in-law, General Hospital in Orlando, spent Wed H. F. Contr.ell
Mrs. Edwin Maxson and her child- the'weekend with her parents, Mr.

ren, for Birmingham, Ala., to attend and Mrs. Dick Parrish of Pahokee. Miss Sandra Kay Upthegrove, :
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; the graduation exercises of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. OsceolaUpthegrove ;
' l Mr. and Mrs. Glen Powell ,left! Mr. and,Mrs. Ronald Dempsy their son, Sgt. Edwin Maxson. Mrs. AT FAMILY REUNION 1
--I of Canal Point, las
. this week for Illinois and ,other Port Mayaca spent the Edwin Maxson and children have I I Mel Paul flew to Watertown .
of the north where they will in West Palm Beach as guests been guests of the Russell Max- announced plans for her marriage
i parts N. Y.
last and his
joined
spend a month's vacation. hiS sister, Mrs. Pearl Handley.Lt. son's_for the past month. Thursday to Howard Frederick Cantrell of
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wife and children, Mrs. Paul and
Canal Point, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J :Mrs. F. F. Burr and Mrs. Brooks Millard Stanley, Jr.', Air Mrs. .C. L. Stuart accompanied Kendra, Kris and Karen at the 'A.' G. Cantrell of Utah Alabama, '
1 Henderson of 'Canal Point were Force project officer of Los Angeles -. by her son and daughter-in-law, home of her brother-in-law and on Friday, August 11th at 7:30 p. 1
visitors in Miami last Monday. Calif., returned to his post of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford H. Stuart sister,' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Muell m.,, in the Canal Point Methodist
duty Monday, after being the guest i and_children left last Saturday for ers at a family reunion. He returned Church. Rev. Robert
Shelley,
pastor -
Little Miss Tarn.Stevens of West of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.M. P. Montgomery, Ala., they will be home by plane Sunday his fam- will officiate at the double ring
Palm Beach is the guest this weekof Stanley, Pahokee, during the past away for several weeks. ily will ,drive back.
The bride
will be
Mrs. Ollie .. ceremony. givenin
her grandmother week-end Lt. Stanley received his
Adams in Canal Point. masters degree in Electric Engineering Miss Lyndell Chastain,. daughterof Dr. Albert H. Rodriquz of the marriage by her father.
Mr and Mrs. O. H. Chastain of Miss Upthegrove has chosen for
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nounced that 27 doctors have
pass-
1 weekend guests of her Champaign in February. Mrs. Robert -
Cocoa were week with her aunt, Mrs. ed the Florida examination recently Higginbotham
'parents Mr. and :Mrs. Brooks Hen Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Latham and Hazel Chastain in Canal Point. and are now licensed to practicein sister of the bridegroom. jest
derson in Canal Point. man will be Robert Higginbothaxn
Hunter of Canal Point, accompanied this state.
son Ron Ter Harr, F. E. C. R. R.,
Nupital music will be presentedby
Mrs.
I 'Mr. and Mrs. James, Gibson of their daughter, station agent, returned to Pahokee
Canal Point have as their house Audie Hooks, Jr., of Clewiston, to last week from Cocoa and is making The State Road Department has Miss Betty Johnson of Canal
Jacksonville evening to completed 98.16 miles on four in- Point, organist and Robert O.
Tuesday
guest this week, Mrs Arnold Baradof 'his home with Mayor and Mrs.
West Palm Beach. attend the funeral services of Duncan Padgett.Mr. terstate routes in the state and has Lamp soloist of Pahokee.
Mrs. Latham's brother, W. A. an additional 138.2 miles of inter- The ceremony will be' followedby
Mrs. Roberto Arrieta is back at Brown, whose'death occured Tues- and Mrs. Joe Alderman returned state work in progress or opproved. a reception in the Educational
her home in Port Mayaca after be- day at 11:30 A. M., in a local hospital to their home in Pahokee. ... building adjoining the church. No
ing confined over the weekend in in Jacksonville. during the weekend from a vaca- For gasoline purchased on or formal invitations are being sent,
the Everglades Memorial Hospitalin tion in North.Carolina. While there after October 1, 1959, through but all friends of the couple are
Pahokee with an ear infection.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barfield of they attended a furniture mart in June 30, 1961, a refund rate of four invited to attend both the weddingand
Canal Point left Thursday for Fort High Point. N. C. cents per gallon is allowed. the reception.
and Mrs. Kenneth Williamson Myers where they will be the house

newlyweds, left Monday fjr guests for several days of their 4\
son-in-law and Mr. and
their home in Chicago following a daughter rt r\w/Amriwvfrtfy\d Mrs., Bob Wattenbarger and child
visit of several days with his parents ren. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Philo Williamson -

and his grandmother, Mrs. Liz- Mrs. Angus Sims and Paula Gail

zie Kirkey in Canal Point. Bryant of Canal Point' pent Tues-

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ammons of day in St. Petersburg with her i

Canal Point have as their guest brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and
'" Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
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Wednesday thru Sunday' her Mrs. Ponce McDonald. They were t
nephew, James Kirk of West Palm accompanied home by Carol Mc-I' 1
SALES and SERVICE IB
Beach. Donald, her niece and also by her (

Ray Hawk, Sr., of Canal Point daughter, Joy, who has been the I
house guest of the McDonald's. I Heating: Air Conditioning Appliances
was able to be back at his gasoline
station Wednesday after being I Iti ,
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Dukes and:
confined by illness to his bed since children Collins and Charles, of I

Friday. ; Pahokee are vacationing on Fish- ;

David Jones and sons, Frank and eating Creek.

Sam of Gainesville were Thursday Mrs. Betty Wilson and children, I
overnight.guests of his mother and and Chuckle of Paho-
I Terry Lynn, I
brother, Mrs. C. B. :Jones and Alton kee, returned their home Sunday i "I've saidgoodbye :'
Jones of Canal Point.
following a week's vacation,in Savannah "

I Mr.and Mrs.,Osceola Upthegrove where they visited rela-:. ;..<::.; : / r_ I ; ..

accompanied, by their daughter and tives. I .' <' :' .; to sweat and toil"DON'T I .'" ':,
t -- son. Miss Sandra Upthegrove and Mrs. Meg Graham and children, < I 1i. ;f
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Eddie, were Saturday visitors in Dianne, Joe and Melinda, returned
Lakeland. While there they visited Monday from a six week stay ii?

his cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Franklin, N..C. Her daughter, Susan \ ,
Widner and other relatives. remained there to visit friends '
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Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Boe and and will return later. "'>'.1. :

daughter, Pam, accompanied by Mrs. A. H. Scruggs returned Sat- I .!. .:. :

Barbara Childers drove over to urday to her home in Canal Point : <
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Sunday. Barbara remained following a four day visit with her __ >
there for a visit with her grand- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and

parents before returning to her Mrs. Calvin Padgett and youngson JJI '
home in Tallahassee.Mr. '
Jim. She went up to take care '
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and Mrs. A. II Pope'of Ca- of Jim while. he was ill with :

nal Point had as their recent house- measles. ,

guests, her sister and son, Mrs. I FL' .
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross of Canal -
Eunice Argo and Rickie of Alamo, I I Point have as thier houseguesthis .. ,
Ga., also thier niece, Ann McBrideof sister-in-law, Mrs. Ola Cross ofMiami.
Alamo is spending the summer J. U tL
vacation with the Popes. ,
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Young, and ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross of Ca- children, Kathy Amy, W. (X, Jr., ..
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nal Point had as their weekend and Jojo, of Port Mayaca will F;: : lfijf: _: IW d1{ :.:;... :..M":.;.....*..:';.,'.!!:!'ft%1<,'n>'W iX: .. if1tttg::: :: tm..:::: : ;: ii C:4
guests their son-in-law and daughter leave around the first of August.for :

Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyon a month stay visiting her par- _
,also Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ball, a'l] ents, ;Mr._and ,Mrs. George, Mitch- GET. ME WRONG, MISTER farming is no pink J
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Melbourne. ::7.-
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'O. H. Sheppard of Canal County,;.Maryland -, -." .. : I IIll
::: :;:: sarp-iced I
Point is visiting her son-in-law .Horace.Scruw'iSb. .cJt a.in' .'Canal- be how much of my work Reddy has taken over..He

an4l' aughter, Mr.and Mis. Danny ,I'P following a months visit with ; 11} '< p sure* has;speeded i ... .up,the farm chores. I produce more now ., farm-- fc .. :.. '. ;,', I
DeLeozvand baby daughter in Tallahassee his brother-in-law' sister,. Mr Ill f: {1 .;" .' L "/ ",
and '
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.;; and'Mrs. Alvin'Garrett in Atlanta;. t .. better.>. .and live better., -.'".r. m ..'
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Mrs. Dennis Wilson and
Hark and Mathew of Troy Ohio sons., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boles of Pen- I' :"Water heating, feed grinding, milking, tool grinding, incubating, hay
socola spent last week in Pahokee
arrived in Canal Point Wednesdayand as guests of her brother and fam- .:: drying and,, barn cleaning are just a few of the things Reddy does ,
are the guests of her parents- .
ily. Mr. and Mrs. James Harry
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wilson. Wilkinson, Jr. They also visited ]:<'.W.'' for me-'works full time for part-time wages. Electricity costs so J I!

Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Scruggs, Sr., other members of :her family while ::1 little I can afford a lot. Hear that jingle? That's the extra cash f I Ifir
of Runyon have as their house

guests this week, her mother, Mrs. here.Mr.. and Mrs. James Harry Wilk- Reddy has put in my pockets." ,
Susie Williams and two sisters '
,
inson, Sr., of Pahokee returned jo
r Mrs. Emmett Roe, both of Chief- their home Friday following a two IN THE RURAL HOME, TOO Reddy provides the, com '
land and Mrs. David. Kelley of
weeks visit with relatives in Val-
C. forts and conveniences in the kitchen,
Jacksonville. I dosta and Claxton, Ga f.1 of modern: electric living r-

'\, Mrs.J. V. Thomas,-Jr, and small I Miss Suzanne Chastain of Thom- in the laundry less work, more leisure, for happier Florida living.

daughter, Terri have returned to asville, Ga., is spending this week 111'
their home ,after visiting Mr. and as guest of Miss Penny Sasser in I I.I
d: Mrs. Joe Kelly in Ft. Pierce. They Pahokee. I :
1NJt a7d' .L., lameless
e- were accompanied by :Miss Madeline ( /".,.. ..............._....... tr \.
t', Kelly who has been their house Mrs. Bill Davenport and child :: I
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guest for several weeks. ren, Debbie, Cindy and Terry, of; ,
r;. Brandon her
are visiting parents.
CoL and Mrs W. S. Evans 'of It -NOW A BIGGER BARGAIN'THAN EVER
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Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Frazer in Paho- "
.:; Cypress Lodge had as their house- kee. rtmu

guests last week CoL and Mrs. li i
POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
;4, George Andrew, recently returned Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Messer and 1: FLORIDA "
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to' the U. S. from three years serVICe Gladys of Lake Harbor were recent .,_ ,; HELPING BUILD fLOR ID A I
in Turkey.'They arc now making guests of Mr. and Mrs.; Nick -.'. .. t \:
their home in Ft. Meade, Md. Reynolds of Pahokee. i';' >-'.. 'j", I' "" i.'_"" :. .A -- '- >/. h I
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f / of Dimes Expands Aid for Vittims Named Ship-Canal By,!Bryant Board '


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i', i ,,01 Crippling Birth Defects Arthritis Polio ship-canal TALLAHASSEEGovernorFarris Bryant authority named to a five supervise'man


construction of the proposed cross-

t, N I state barge canal.
:' Victims of crippling birth
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Randolph Hodges of Ced&x
: 'defects and rheumatoid
, ar- SALT LUa rnY OMAHA ANN AAIOR tyJaaAHOMA VS Keys will head the group as director -

.. ;--, thritis among the largest of the State Conservation De-

; ./.. groups of the medically underprivileged ., OTT OUCAGO RO HtTERWM partment and head of its water-

k,Jt: in the nation; sufMO ca"' ? ways division.
IOSTONwo Others named include Henry S.
YANSA
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help
can soon ppiNSYtIORMND
Toland of Tampa; W. Palmer Van

ally at their doorsteps, ? k muuer..r NEW JusEr YORK OTTa CITY Arsdale. Fort Lauderdale; William -

thanks to the March of ,,, 0 ri tnULAOEt Fti1 A. :McCree, Orlando; R. Malcolm

.. Dimes. ,,, "' IALnMORE Forston. Jacksonville; and
.. SAN Henry Saunders of Port St. Joe,
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: National *
The Foundation : former executive of the St. Joe
\ supported by March of Dimes Paper Company. .
: funds, has broadened its horizons SAN RANCtste '
I to give direct aid to chil- waa1 The authority was named pend-

dren under the age of 19 suf- .. ing congressional allotment of federal
... fering from all types ,of birth '- Kw -.o 1 A c1EVELAND funds for the project. Mem-

defects. Aid was previously ... cOLUMlusNASHV bers named will serve for a periodof
limited to children with open 1 four years.
spine skull and water
on
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the brain. A1lANT
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Art* CfaM My c..w :
connect the Gulf
and Atlantic and
The voluntary health organization O Artfoftfe SfMWJf ,.......,c..tn
has also authorized its estimated construction costs are
Crt*Dtfeta CfefcW stay c. **
3,100 chapters throughout the O$**Dha",..,l T...,aw...s C. JACKSOti wuAaa- are around 5200million.Governnor .
,, United States to,use available .HtvmjiKUt CttrfcW stir Cxtftr Bryant has asked the

:funds to establish a network .........,.,reii SpKW,,..,....c-.. HOUSTON ..-. 1%. federal government for $195,000for
of Special Treatment Centers
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and Evaluation Clinics for birth planning the project and con-
defects. and arthritis. Assist- March.of Dimes-supported Special Treatment! and Clinical Study Centers offering compre- tends that the canal is of prime im-

ance to polio victims will be hensive care to victims of birth defects, arthriiis and polio are expanding throughout U. S. partance to Southern ecenomy and

..' i continued. the national defense.Attending .

The National Foundation's Treatment Centers at .maJor Cases ,that require more extensive all three types increases, there ... .
experience with polio .treatment hospitals in several large cities. care or hcspiulliation will be an increase in knowledge -
and rehabilitation centers These will operate :full time may be reared though Evaluation ;: and improvement of treatment Bible,
as well as pilot projects,conducted and provide treatment'for both Clinics: to Specie! TI M- facilities and techniques
in birth defects and arthritis inand outpatients through ment Center to bring closer to reality the Camp Boca RatonFive

I has proved the value of teams of specialists in the medical On the national ,'March: control cf chronic crippling dis-

bringing together teams of experts ,and allied professions.For of Dimes Junes will continue eases. Juniors of the Pahokee

to deal with medical areas isolated from large :o support and expand Clintc&l In conducting ill vastly ex- First Baptist Church are attendingbible
F economic and social problemsof medical centers, chapters will Study Ccn&.r.rra.: .;.: provide pandec patient did program,
this week at the Boca
chronically disabled patientsand develop birth defects and arthritis exemplary trial care for birth the alfolla.Fc1l'tdat on will camp,
their families. Evaluation Clinics to defects,.nr&ris and polio victims refipbaxize. &i l in ar:as of unmet Raton Bible Conference Grounds..
Under the newly expanded offer outpatient care only, ano a!..o conduct r-.csrcL needs It will not duplicate Those accompanied by :Mrs. Lee
'program. National Foundation through periodic clinics with in those 13ca.se.s. assistance sheatybeing pro- Wroten were Cliff and Greg Grimes

chapters will finance Special visiting medical specialists. As the number of centers oi .vided by other'agencies. and Allen Wroten, Mrs. James
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Carol Angel and Beverly Wilkinson. -
YIP Means "Very Junior Museum Not I Traffic Bureau Seventeen Stocker I I .

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Important Project" On Gift.List Fights New Rates Sales Are Planned .4. .

Wayne Elliott Has
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found under the heading of Safety, seum at West Palm Beach is go- $15,000 per year freight charge increase and feeder cattle sales have been

VIP in this case means "very im- ing to have to get along without a to Palm.Beach County ship- scheduled statewide during Aug., -
I Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Elliott of
portant project." Spelled back- requested $5,000 operating fund pers and receivers took place this September, and October, accordingto
Delray attended barbecue dinner
a
wards it could mean "people in asked from the County Commsiori. week. The Palm Beach County the Florida Association of Live-
Sunday at the home of his brother- -
vehicles." '. County Attorney Harry Johnston Freight Traffic Bureau announcedthat stock Markets.The .
in-law'and ,Mr arid Mrs. Lee
sister; ,,
Either way, combination, alerts Advised(the commission this Ithas received a notice today, 1961 series,'of fall auctionsand
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Wroten
of Pahokee. The occasion
more young people to the importance week that it was without author- from the Southern Motor Carrriers sales, commences August 4 at
was in honor of Wayne's birthday
of safety than does any ity to make such a grant. Johnston Rate Conference that it is with- Gainesville. Some 8,000 head of

other 4-H endeavor. Some 900,000 said an opinion from the State At- drawing the increased rates, which stocker and feeder steers and heifers anniversary. Other guests attend-
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boys and girls are participating in torney General noted that the Junior would have raised the freight I will be offered during the seriesof ing were his mother .Mrs. Velva
Elliott of Homestead Mr. and Mrs.
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a 4-H safety activity or project in Museum was a non-profit corP- charges of Palm Beach County sales.
Elmer B. Elliott and Mr. and Mrs.
which they help to lessen dangers oration but it appeared to be an merchants, and shippers this Sales are set for Gainesville,

on highways, farms, in homes and educational type facility. The coun- amount.. Motor carriers announced Aug. 4; Belle Glade, Aug. 14; Lake- Larry'Elliott, all of Pahokee. :Mrs.

communities, reports the Cooperative ty has no authority to grant funds the withdrawal of the higher land, Aug. 15; Arcadia, Aug. 16;- Velva Elliottis remaining in Paho-

Extension Service. for this type facility, the attorney rates after the Interstate Com- Orlando, Aug. 21; Sarasota, Aug. I i I kee for a visit-with. .her'children..

Right now when millions of mo- general ruled. merce Commission suspended the 22; Lake City, Aug. 25; Gaines

torists take to the road for week .. increases. The local Traffic Bureau ville, Sept. 1; Monticello,. Sept. 7; C. P. Pharmacy Will

end outings or long awaited vaca- had peitioned the Interstate Gainesville, Sept. 8; Wauchula, Vacation

tions, chances for accidents mount. State Dairy Record Commerce Commission to suspendthe Sept. 9; Kissimmee, Sept. 13; j Aug.117a
Motor vehicle accidents top the Gainesville, Sept. 15; Gainesville/ -
higher freight charges.
list, says the National Safety Set By Apopka Head James W. Lee, director of the Sept. 22; Marianna, Sept. 29; Orlando -'I Mel Paul, owner and operator of
Oct. 16 and Kissimmee Canal Point Pharmacy, said yester-
Council. Over the long'4th of July County Traffic Bureau, said that ; ,
Oct. 18.Feud. day that he will close his store on
week end, a record number of peo- GAINESVILLE An Apopka the Bureau had been fighting this
ple died because of accidents.The dairy 'herd owned by A. J. Rust- proposal since carrier rate committees 'I I Tuesday, August 1, for'a vacationand

death ton among rural peo- erholz, Jr., has completed the high- first considered it, last March.: will re-open on the morning. of

ple is exceptionally high, accord- est yearly milk production averageon Despite this opposition, he said the ContinuesOn Friday, August..18.. .

ing to the safety council. Over the Dairy Herd Improvement Asso truckers had scheduled the increaseto Chickens Citrus
VISIT IN THE GLADESDr.
last 10 years, 58,000 rural residents elation test to date.C. become effective on June 12,
died and two million were injuredon W. Reaves, dairyman with the 1961. The higher rates would have I 1 I and Mrs. H. T. Lawson and
TALLAHASSEE: The feud children, Jane, Joe and Douglas of
Florida
extension
Agricultural
the highway. Fatal accidents for : assessed and additional arbitrary of
between Georgia and'FI rida over West Palm Beach were Sunday
Service the 170-cow herd I
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the decade increased 26 per cent. reports 10 percent of the freight chargeup
the poultry inspection tax_ seems visitors of the Scruggs.,and Harrington -
set the of 13,774 1 :
Tractor fatalities climbed 50 per up average poundsof to minium. of $1.00. far from solution
: families. Little :Miss Kath-
milk 3.6 percent test and 497
cent over the last eight years. This -
surcharge would apply on Governor Ernest "Vandivef of
erine'Cooksey of Monticello; houseguest -
pounds of butterfat on the year'stest. !
While 4-H Club members ,represent .. shlpments'moving between Florida .
Georgia! states he will not,remove i of her grandmother Mrs.
a small number of the 82 mil and the Midwest, and Florida and' the 'retaliatory 'Inspection ,to
tax !
John 'Harrington of Port Mayaca,
This ,is 2,310 pounds above ,the:
,drivers do
lion, automobile they a the'Southwest. .Florida citrus unlessFlorida js# accompanied dt them back ti'West
previous high milk set by
commendable hazards job in their in eliminating communities Howard Wilson DeLand average,lasfyear. "When it became apparent that willing to- meet the following. 'conditions Palm Beach and was "houseguest -
driving the motor carriers intended to :
assess through Tuesday.
It is also all-time herd
the.
:Members also high
the year-round. these higher charges" Lee 1. Remove the inspection fee .
check for health and recreation I average in pounds of 4 percent fat* from first handlers of the poultryin
Bureau
I corrected milk. said,. "the Traffic referred I RAMEYS BACK HOME,
hazards, home safety and safe Reaves the new state recordis this matter to the Freight Rate Florida as well as upon out-of- Mr. and Mrs. George Ramey returned -

handling of animals, according to says the Advisory Committee of the Joint state processors and shippers. .to their home in Pahokee
credit to
a breeding, feedingand
the Extension Service which super- 2. Stop requiring: individual .
Council. The director months '
management of the herd. Cooperative each- Friday night following a .
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vises the work.Martha said that the Advisory Committee labeling of chicken. vacation spent in Spring Hill Kansas
.- "Records like, this are also a 3. federal
Accept grade inspection
under the chairmanship of J. where the guests of
credit to the state", says the dairyman containers of they were
Joe Allen Lou establishes Traffic Bureau placed on pro- Mrs. Mattie Ramey ,
"and add to the results that Care ceased broilers by ,U. S.'inspectors his mother, -1
'' policy. After consideration, and'his aunt, Miss Minnie Osborn.
let Florida consumers and the rest
Has Birthday'PartyMr. at the Georgia plants instead of requiring 11'
the Committee instructed Enroute home visited their
Advisory they
J of the country know: that ,Florida labels on each bird.
Lee to file petition for in Gainesville and Rock-
suspensionwith children
dairymen are doing* a good job and a .
and :Mrs. Lee Wroten of Pa- Interstate Commerce In a reply to Vandiver, Governor I ,
the
making-progress in the dairy busi- Bryant.advised that neither he nor ledge. '
hokee entertained Monday evening Cnnn"IJL..lon. -
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the Commissioner of Agriculturehave -'
with a hamburger fry in honor of Rusterholz has pioneered in the Lee said that prior to the with- the authority to make the GATJLDEX ON VACATION I

her cousin,Martha Joe Allen's 13th :growing and full-feeding of cows on drawal of the increased rates by changes demanded in the opinionof Gaulden Harrington of Canal i

birthday anniversary. Among the various summer and winter forage the carriers the Interstate Com- the Attorney General of Florida. Point left Friday on a two week t

guests were Sandy and Sherxil crops including newer varieties of merce Commission had scheduled a vacation. He plans to visit relatives i I

Pierce Eloise Faye and, Potte El- sorghums, corn and small grains. public hearing'to be held in Atlantaon in Morven Georgia and also e I.

liott and Dale McDale, all of Paho- September 12, 1961. He explained Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas left to spend some time in North Caro- 1

kee, and Glenda Crews Jof Canal that the Traffic Bureau was Saturday to spend the night in Una before he returns here. .4-1 'f I

Point. Robbie Walker or Jacksonville preparing exhibits and would have Lakeland with :Mr. and Mrs. E. G. -. -:'!

.. spent several days in Pahokee last I participated in this bearing the Kilpatrick. Sunday morning Mrs. -STOCKER SALE '\ jj,

MIss Mary Ann Ford,of canalPoint week. He 'also visited;his mother,' increased rates had'not been with- Kilpatrick Joined her brotherinlaw I A stocker and feeder cattle sale, 1.

left Sunday for Camp Kula-' Mrs. Robert Walker, who underwent drawn. and sister when they left for I one of 17 that will be held throughout ..-
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que (near High Springs) where: she surgery last Wednesday in Marianna, where they were the the state in the .next three :

is acting as counselor 'for' two Good Samaritan Hospital' West GLASSHTSD ADS. guests of. their. father H. .A. Lee months will be:;conducted. ;tinBelle.",' -', :-
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ft .3tf f. Pahokee Baptists G. Gillis will be in charge of the refreshments I
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. _____________ School. Ends Aug.. 9 boys and girls ages 3-16 are \ I
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The hours will be from 2:00 p. m. I
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of the Salt Vater Division I
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of the State Board of Conservation t
girls ages 316. No child will be
. I enrolled in the school who is below announced today that Certificates -

E JnJ-Methodist The Church Of God Christian Science the age of 3. The school will have for registering and reregistering -
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, I periods for Worship, Bible Study, 'of pleasure boats are now
Church, Pahokee Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Group Of Canal PointThe Character Stories; Music, and Creative available at all local Tax Collectors

., '- .I Activity.The Office's in the State. He saidthat I
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Point Road availability of divine pro- Reverend Guthrie W. Col- pleasure boat owners will have f
SUNDAY. : John H. Kinard pastor tection will be brought out in yard Pastor of the Church will the month of August to get their I
9:15 a..m.-Church School 10:00 a. xn.-Sunday School Christian Science services Sunday. be Principal of the 'School. Other new certificates and decal. I
r 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service Highlighting LessonSermonon Workers who have been enlisted The decal will be affixed on the i
.6:45 p. ::MYF 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service the Subject of "Love" ,is ,the are Miss Brenda Unwin, :Mrs. Lee right or starboard side of the boat ,
7:45 p. .-Evening Wonhlp' .8:00 p..m. Tuesday-V. L. B. Golden Text: "The Lord thy God Wroten Mrs. Bertie Andrews'Mrs. either before or after the FL-Num- I
TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. in the midst of thee is mighty; he Guy Wood, Mrs. Wayne Burde- ber, and will donate that the boat !
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F. 7:00 p. m.Vesper' Choir practice Everyone welcome. Special muaio will save he will rejoice over thee shaw, Mrs. Gene Gore Mrs. Roy has been properly registered for
. and singing. with joy; he will rest in his love, O'Neal, Mrs. K. E. Hood Mrs. J. the next two years. j
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WD PAY: ..m he will joy over thee with singing" Wilkinson, Jr., Mrs. Ray Hawk, All pleasure boat owners are reminded -
.. 7:45; p. m.-Mid-week devotions (Zephaniah '3). Jr., Mrs. Lee Shirley Mrs. Edward that they must at all times 1
.,. 8:30 p. m.-Senior. Choir.' prac. The 'Methodist Church 1 This citation will be read from Culberson Mrs. W. O. Moss, Mrs. I carry their registration certificateon

tice.Canal . Canal Point ,Florida "Science and Health with Key to Marvin Crady, Mrs. J, L. Hum board when', boating. 'It is also I
the Scriptures" by Mary Baker phrey, Sr., Mrs. Price Burdeshaw, 'pointed out that a seller and buyer

Point Fiat Robert A. Shelley. Pastor Eddy (p. 571): "At all times and Mrs. E. B.: Gamble, Mrs.. R. D. of pleasure boats must sign the
SUNDAY: under all circumstances overcome Hardaway, Mrs. Robert Woofter, I back or the registration certificate
f Baptist Church 10:00 a. m.-Church School evil with good. Know thyself, and Mrs. Wiley Tillis, Mrs. Guthrie Col- before sending it into the depart-
11:00 a. m.Morning Worship God will supply the wisdom and vard, Mrs. c. E. Williams, Mrs. ment for a transfer.Mr. .
;, Elder R.E.Barfield 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship the occasion for a victory ovsr James Batchelor and Robert C. Mitts stated that due to the
SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship evil. Clad in the panopiy of Love, Woofter. recent legislative session and a delay .

10:00 a. m.-Sunday School MONDAY: human hatred cannot reach you." ;Preparation Day for the School by prnters, it was necessary to
11:00 a. TO.-Morning'Worship 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice From the Bible will ba read this will be Friday, July 28th at 2:00p. move up the registering date to
"' 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY: verse from Psalm 84: "Blessed are m. in the afternoon.The .August 1, 1961.
f 8:00: p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st they that dwell in thy house:, they program on Friday after- -
WEDNDESDAY: Tuesday will be still praising thee"- noon will include Worship, :Music R. H. Hewell of Canal Point was
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7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 2ndvMONDAY: -- enrollment, refreshments, and a taken ill Tuesday and admitted to
Service 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting I CLASSIFIED ADS parade. Everglades Memorial Hospital on
; 2nd. and 4th TUESDAYS: WEDNESDAY: .PAY BIG DIVIDENDS Mrs. Joe Thompson and Mrs. F. Wednesday.
\; 7:30 p. .-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting ., t
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Church Of God, I

Canal Point Barfield HighwayPahokee !

Baptist Church Florida with FARM INTERPHONE

9:45 A. M.-: Sunday School I .
, R.v. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor 11:00: A. M.-:Morning Worship
L. SUNDAY: 7:30 P. Evangelistic Service
f 9:45 a. m Sunday School 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting
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11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship

f 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. 7:30 P. M. Thursday Y. P. E.
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< Holy Nativity :
' 7:30 p. m.-prayer Meeting.

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i The Pahokee Church fM. .

Of The Nazarene Wendell Hainiin, vicar < 4 4
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Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 11 a. m.-WorshIp Service
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11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. ChurchFather ;* X
6:30: p. m.-Juniors. ; t

7:00 p. nu -Sunaay Evening Francis,Fennech, Pastor .5 !
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WEDNESDAY f 'rji
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7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer -a .
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9:45 a. m.-Sunday School I -- I
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6:45 p. .-Training Union Mr. and Mrs, B. A. Geiger: of Canal : J

'8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Point, spent,,Thursday'and Friday YYou're 4,
WEDNESDAY: of last week, in Fort. Lauder-
'.. -8:00.'p.. m.-Prayer Meeting. ,dale, visiting friends and relatives.
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:.:. .. J months.With both E and H Bonds the new.rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series E and series "
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Evening Classes I i,Abney Cox Names ft ,.,- ", \ Nellie Yeomans To Funeral Services For \J
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k- Wed Dale Rosenberg E. W. Williams J
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f,', By:P. B.:Jr. College i Sanford; and George Cooper, Prin- : -Sc -
The marriage of Miss-Nellie Mae Graveside services for E. W. \

r; ';' cton.Also C.L. Council, Ruskin; John J ,* ..** Yeomans, daughter of Mr. and (Bill) Williams 62, brother of Mrs.IL -

.': ;.... Palm Beach Junior College is expanding -I D'Albora, Jr., Cocoa; Jess Elliott, Mrs. Charley Ye mans to Dale V. McClelland of Canal p.oint.
; ;: 0 its Evening Division in the Pahokee; Pat Ferlise Sarasota; Rosenberg son of Mrs. Loren were held Thursday at 4:00 p. m.,

,i, ... Belle Glade area, according to Dr. and Luke Fraser, Pahokee. Rosenberg both of Pahokee and in Woodlawn Cemetery \Vest Palm

t. 'I- Paul W. Graham, Director: of the 'Also Bruce Gray, East Palatka; the late Mr. Rosenberg will take Beach conducted by Memorial

ri' Program. Beginning with the fall Peter Harllee Palmetto; Z. G Holland place at the Canal Point Metho- Lodge No. 26, F. and A. M. /

fk:. semester of 1961, the Belle Glade Hastings! J. C. Hutchinson dist Church on Sunday August Mr. Williams died Sunday morn-

r' Center of the College will offer a Sanford; and K. F. Jorensen, ZeU- 13th, at high noon immediately ing in Panama City. He went to

! wide variety of subjects providing wood. following the morning worship Panama City from West Palm

L: ; greater educational opportunities Also Harold Kastner, Sanford; service at the church, with Rev. Beach. While in West Palm Beachhe

fcf ? for the residents of the western J. Emmett Kelly, Ft. Myers; Har Robert Shelley, pastor, officiating.Miss worked for Alfar Creamery

f" section of Palm Beach County. old Kendall. Goulds; E. A. McCabe I Yeomans has chosen as ler I Company. He was a veteran of,

k2 Also available will be daily public Belle Glade; and W. Allen Markham maid of honor and only attendant, World War I and a member of

L L' 'transportation for area students I Okeechobee.Also :Miss Ha Mae Smith of,Canal Point. Parker Lodge 142, F. and A. M.,

f;:.. who wish to pursue studies on the: Rudolph :Mattson Fort Frank Rosenberg will serve as his. Parker ,Florida.

: Lake Worth campus. cousin's best beside Mrs. McClel-
man. Survivors
r Pierce; A Dixon Pearce, Miami;
': .... ( Courses to be_ offered at the George Pedersen Perrine; Billy No formal invitations ore being land, are one son, Robert Williams,

;" Belle Glade Center include: Rogers South Bay; and John Sniv- issued but all friends of the coupleare West Palm Beach, two daughters

: Art Apperciati, General Psychology ely Winter Haven. WARRANT OFFICER HUGHES : invited to attend the ceremony.. Mrs. F. 'Q. Williams Rock Island

r j ., Human Institutions (101( Also George Wedgworth, Bells ,WWWWrWUuWLeland. -- .- I: ill., Mrs. Malone Saunders Panama -

I p, and 102), Horticulture, Ancient and I Glade and Alan Wilson Fort LT..STANLEY VISITS I II City and his mother Mrs. S. J.

t' ... Medieval Civilizations Education- Pierce. L. Hughes Lt. Millard' Stanley of the 'U. S.i Williams Panama City. .
.. 1 Psychology, Accounting Principles .... .
A. F.
Gets A Promotion :I stationed in Los Angeles.i
: Freshman and I
English (101 Ann Rockwell Calif., flew to Cape Canaveral for I II Ronnie Hitchcock of Canal Point
r" 102), Mathematics for General Education Lory -
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'. several days last week. While there left Saturday by plane for Denver,
:: Leland L. Hughes son of Mr.
'f- .: Basic Algebra. College Weds R. R. Reynolds and Mrs. I I he came here and spent the week- Colorado where he has signed up
Dewey P. of
Hughes
!1 ; Algebra, The Art of and
Thinking,
end with
football
withhis parents,'Mr. and Mrs. to play professional
Physical Education 203 (Recreational Bryant, of the 123rd Ordnance.CCA' ,
The First Methodist Church of M. P. Stanley. I I the Broncos.
1st Armored Division
: Games): has I
Coral Gables was the setting for
: T- A college will been recenUy appointed Warrant -
representative -------
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the wedding of Miss Lory Ann
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: I Officer-1. Previously' sergeant-
visit the area in the near future to
k discuss the Belle Glade Center and Rockwell to Roland Reynolds HI, first-class, this is a four-grade
,, "on July 11th, at 7:00 P. 3!., with
!> '. transportation to the Lake Worth promotion for Mr. Hughes. Thinking About Building?
. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Schmick as at-
.: campus. Arriving at Fort Hood in May of
tnedants. The Rev. J. H.
Hanger
r: '. Watch or isten for further announcements -, ,last year WO Hughes was assigned -
. officiated at the double
pastor,
to the 17th Infantry and the
these educational "
tt. opportunities concerning.and the date-! ring' ceremony 545th Ordance during the Korean For 'Free Estimates, Call -
Mrs. the
is of
on which the college representative -! Reynolds daughter Conflict. Prior to his arrival here, .
Mrs. Letha Rockwell of Belle
p will visit the area. I he served as an advisor to the Viet-

.- .s- Glade formerly of Pahokee, and namese' Army with a U. S. MAG WILEY TILLISGeneral
the late Mr. Rockwell. She was I I

l; ON Dr.AUGUST VACATION graduated from Pahokee High unit.He graduated from Pahokee I
Young and his family will School class of 1957 and from the Building Contractor
School in and has
High 1950 mov-
take the month of August for their of Miami class of 1961
University I
ed in to the officers' quarters at
: vacation with friends and relatives with a' Bachelor of Education de Walker Village Box 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127
429 Waskow Avenue, -
,.... In northern states. Through the
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; : gree. She is a member of the AlphaChi
his wife
Killeen, Texas with ,
t years the Youngs have taken this Social and
a
Omega Sorority
Marie and one child. His parents
t. particular time of the to .
year getaway member of the of Miami -
o' from regular duties and enjoy majorettes. University presented him with his first set of I 1 MUM M..i..H... .. | I'i J II11111 I t I H I I I i |...H"H"M"I-- I II I 1 I .

11 their vacation., Mr. is the of Mrs. bars.
Reynolds son J I
Recently he received a splendid
1 Elizabeth Clark of THEATRES
i:;, IN THE CIRCUIT Elkton ,Mary- letter of appreciation from his
COURT OF
THE
. land. He from Clamont
, FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF graduated Commanding Officer Capt. G. A.
FLORIDA IN AND FOR PALM BEACH I High School Clamont Delawareand -

hr> COUNTY- IN CHANCERY from the University of Miami Lahey..- i... i ,PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
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F.f i:' WILLIE FAYE, BUSH. : II class of 1961, wth a degree in .
William Visit 'SPahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Plaintiff : sons
: ? I music. Hs is a member of the Phi
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r JOHN ELVIE Mu fraternity and a '
BUSH. t Alpha was FollowingWedding - I
1 Defendant : member of the University of, Miami I 2 DIG FEATURES -
NOTICE OF SUIT \
!\ TO: JOHN ELVIE BUSH. ADDRESS band. He is now employed by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Earl Will- SUNDAY'MONDAY-TUESDAY

'::.,. : UNKNOWN You are hereby: notified that Willie' the Cecil County Board of Education -: iamson are now on their return trip SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYJULY JULY 30-31 AUG. 1

Faye Bush has filed a Bill of Complaint in Perryville, Maryland.The to their home at 2131 West llSth 30-31. AUG. 1

,..,...'.. against you for divorce, and you are young couple plan to leave Street Blue Island 111., Saturday, "GOLIATH AND
to
required serve a copy of your answer
to the complaint on the Plaintiffs,Attorney soon for their home in Perryville. July 22nd at 11QO( A,,,M.,The brideis I THE DRAGON"
For
... .. "Cry Happy"GLENN
Thadd Whidden P..0. Box 705. the former Miss Roberta Anita
i. Pahokee. Florida, and file the original I : FANTISTIC! OVERWHELMING!
IN VETS HOSPITAL :Sebelius 'of Mr. and Mrs.
answer in the office of the Clerk of the daughter
. Circuit Court of Palm Beach County' Ernest Sebelius of FORD AND IN COLOR SCOPE
r. Florida on or before the 14thday cf Mrs. Elmer Maxson of Canal l Floyd Chicago I i
," _' -"' August. 1961: if you fall so to do. Judgment Point and her sister-in-law, Mrs. HI., and the groom is the son of 1 DONALD O'CONNOR -ALSO-
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. by default will be taken against
Mr. and Mrs. Philo Borden Will-
.-" 4, plaint you for the relief demanded in the coxn- Tommy Parker of'Belle Glade, accompanied iamson of Canal Point. :I (EASTMAN COLOR) 'Prisoner of the Volga'I

DATED this 12 day of-July. 1961. their brother-in-law, T.
:
: J. ALEX ARNETTE Rev. Michael J. Adams performed < HM It I111 M I--. ..11 i -U- 111111-" I I"I-i"t'! ly-il I11111111I
>- Clerk of Circuit Court B. Bunnell of West Palm Beachto the double ring ceremony beforean I
(Circuit Court Seal)
I By J. M. BLACKBURN Coral Gables Veteran's Hospitalon altar decorated with baskets I 11111111111111111111111111111111 tIll-\ IIIIIIIIIIIJ\ \
\ .. Deputy Clerk of white roses, gladioli and carna-
where he went for a
". Publish July 14, 21. 28, Aug. 4. 1961. Friday tions. Gerald Brill organist, pre- '
'Thadd Whldden check-up. He had to remain thereas H
Attorney for Plaintiff sented a program of beautiful nuptial -
a surgical patient.
",( Pahokee. Florida
i music and the traditional wed-

_ I.I ding marches.
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;; H+f III 1111 II 111111111'tt 11111 I'111111, 1111111 I The bride given In marriage oy
, I her father, was beautiful, in ,a
waltz-length nylon chiffon gown
- l fashioned with fitted bodice, bateau

: OPENHOUSE II neckline, three-quarter ,length
sleeves and shirred waistline, attached -

t il to a bouf ant'skirt, complete : : :

with an all lace jacket. Her finger- '
". : I illusion veil fell from : : u..
tip a crown '
r::: of sequins and seed pearls was her .
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4V! : fanly cade ornament.bouquet ot'pink She carried sweetheartroses a cas ,


stephanotis and mums, cent- '
ARE YOU EYEING .
.ered with a white orchid. I ,

The maid of honor, and only attendant -

(: ':: Sunday, July 30, 11:00: to 5:00: i wore a ,ballerina Miss Eleanor length periwinkleblue Skworcn,Ii A New Home H


: ,'t* silk organza gown and carrieda

crescent shaped hand bouquet of Home Financing Is Our Specialty

:." On Greenstar Ave., Vetville, tinted blue carnations white mums
" and blue bachelor buttons. When you finance your home here, you deal with '

Robert Anthony Sebelius, twin
brother of the bride, served as Mr. a local association with headquarters right here

( '" IN PAHOKEE Williamson's best man. in our community, and whose officers and em-

... Following the wedding, a reception -
t:. ployees are sincerely interested in that
seeing
:.... > was held at the home of the ,

-' bride's parents, 10241 Saint Charles you attain true, debt-free home ownership.

z ;;' 4 BE OUR GUEST! Street. .
The bride is of Cal- -
:t S a graduate
IIIISIIIIIIIIIIIIEverglades -
t" umet High School, Chicago and at- :


ti i Henry & Jon M rkelr' in tended Chicago'of the Fenger,Delta where Junior Sorority.The she College was. a member also- Federal


bridegroom a graduate of ,

r i, Construction Co. Pahokee High School and attended ", SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
Beverly Business: College and
SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10.000'BT TXDSBAIi BAYDfOB :
Northwestern University in Chicago. -
CORPORATION ,
AND LOAN ZN8URAMCX
: : 611 N. E. 10th AVE. BOYNTON BEACH,* FLA. 1 He is now employed as* an.accountant ftIeR I-IMT
41 S. W. ATS. -BfUTTT GLASSim 7fT :
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