The Everglades news
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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: April 20, 1962
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Yvonne Thompson Bridge To f

t PHS 'Good Citizen' Built In 60 Days

:Miss Yvonne Thompson, 17 year. newly contracted concrete
4 old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Joe to be built over Pahokee
E. Thompson and a Pahokee High District's main canal on
School Senior was selected the Road 1*,{ miles south
"Good Citizen" of Pahokee High Highway six miles

High School this year and received Canal Point, will be com-
a pin and certificate "from the within the next 60 days, the

L. Seminole Chapter of The Daughters. tor, Cleary Brothers Con-
of the American Revolution Tues- Company of West Palm

day afternoon, April 10, at the. told County Commissioner

Bethesda-by-the-Sea Church, .in yesterday.
,1 Palm Beach. The. certificate states' : : piling will be driven by the
I. that the award is for these qualities i-I J >E on Monday of next week
li : dependability, leadership, serI I 't'P"""" :: construction should
vice and patriotism. I ten days after the test
Yvonne participates in many: \ :: The bridge is being built

activities including, head majoretteof county in a road expansion
Pahokee High School Band, bass : into the sugar cane and

clarinet in the band secretary of : growing area, Commis
the senior class, student council c Rardin said. The cost of the
Future Homemakers, Bet Club, is around $15,000.00.
It took a lot of doing on the partof For months Manager Lee has been i ture, left to I
Spanish and Latin Clubs. She was Ramie Road south from
in the class play, Ad Editor of the the popular and youthful Glades anxiously watching every move i I night oil at the Ramie Mill for a distance of

yearbook, and was selected by her manager of the Telephone Company made by a big group of Western! the new dialing is extended from the

classmates as "most popular" and -Bob,'Lee of Belle Glade-to Electric experts who have installed I are: Plant : of the black top Ramie
"Best All Round" girl in the Senior County the mill. Another four mile
geti every thing in readiness for the necessary equipment for the I III j I Pahokee Mayor I
class. is in the
to I change-over in the Pahokee exchange -I change-over which will, eventually i j i I and Mr. Lee. talking stage
She is active in Baptist church connection would take it
!I from ordinary dialing to the I II and probably within the next two I and the Mayor
activities President of the Y. V, i ways to the Airport Road at
umpteen ven to be .exact-digit years-make it possible to dial ton that
A., secretary of her Sunday School i if built.
dialing which went into effect atmidnight I long distance from your own homeor ern and -
'. class and takes' her,turn at the." on Saturday, April' 14.!I office plionel''St't': ih the pic- in the'Pahokce pjroposed four mile exten _, _
piano In the Young People's Depart "be,""built, Commissioner
wwwwuwwwuMrs. '
ment. said, if the same sort of co

Yvonne enjoys water skiing, Pahokee Will Find I J. S. Atkins, Sr., R H. n is received from the
reading and swimming. She is 'a that was available on the
Dies In Avon ParkMrs.
Senior Life Saver. f e stretch. On the 2% miles
Upon graduation, she plans to at- How School StandsThe Of Heart and land owners par-
tend Stetson University at DeLand, J. S. Atkins, Sr., died Wednesday to the amount of $7,500.00
Florida, where she has been ac 1 I I of this week at her home in i I with the county standing
cepted. She hopes ,to become a re-evaluation committee of I r Avon Park. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. At- Death, came of the expense and
Teacher. the Southern Association of i kina of Pelican Lake were called morning to a the road.

Schools and Colleges will visit Pa-I there and have gone for the fun- Canal Point rock is up on the new 2'Jh
hokee High School next Tuesday,I eral. Arrangements' were not passed away in and grader and bull-
Garden Clubs Met Wednesday and Thursday to make I available at press time. o'clock in the I equipment is on the job,
its evaluation study according to attack. Funeral i"T"T 'shoulders and levelling the

Park Bldg.Mrs. Brooks Henderson, principal.Mr. not been The road will be ready for
Tuesday Easter Sunrise 1
Henderson said the all-im- at press time the time the new bridge is
portant committee will study every I called for burial ) I concluded.

William Swanson of Lake phase and facet of the school pro- Service At 5:25: A.M. or Saturday.The I _
the gram in Pahokee and make its deceased
Worth was guest, speaker at
combined meeting of the Pahokee final report on Thursday afternoon ens, Ga., on Sales Folks
Garden Club, the Canal Point I of next week immediately follow-, Rev. Guthrie Colvard, pastor of one brother C.
Garden Club and the Sod Bustersat ing completion of their work. the First Baptist Church Pahokee, Georgia. His
the Canal Point' CommunityHall Parents and patrons of the II will deliver the message at the two sons, European Trip
Tuesday with Mrs. Frank school are urged to be present for Easter Sunrise Service at. Lair ell of Canal'
Friend president presiding. :Mrs. the report of the committee, Mr. Field in Pahokee at approximately Hewell in the
Swanson illustrated flower arrang- Henderson said.Funeral J 5:25 a. m. with the churches of Pa- ----- -- Theresa Levine of Paho- ,.

ing, stressing especially the use of I I hokee and Canal Point ,participating. .Company, along with
simple materials found.In the usual I Linda, will travel to .
-- back yard. i *-<. Services I Rev., Max Jones of the Church of in August as the result of

;. The president announced" that J Nazarene will preside at the ser- Pahokee I I concern winning a'region-
reservations must be in b ;May 7, MrsParnellMothei vice. The invocation will be given s' event with 214.5 percent
for the meeting of the Florida Fed- by Rev. J. W. Hughes, pastor of I in sales during the special

eration of Garden Clubs to be held the Church of God on Barfield Services for campaign. ;
at the .:Mounts Building' inVest WINTER HAVEN-Mrs. LillianG. I Highway; the Scripture reading by I ford resident of name of the contest, spon-
Palm Beach on May 10' Sherman, 81, Winter Haven, Rev. T. C. O'Steen, pastor of the ed away the Ford Motor Company
Mrs. Claude Shirley was appointed died Friday at an Auburndale nurs- Pahokee Methodist Church; ; prayer 1 nesday in ''Live It Up Campaign--
chairman of the committee to ing home after a long illness. Mrs. ,by Rev. Robert Shelley, pastor, of Sunday at the Riviera Holiday." On the
arrange the flowers for the Easter Sherman was a native ,of Marion the Canal Point Methodist Church Church in winners will spend four
Sunrise Service. :Mrs. D. M. Hillier, County Georgia. She moved to and the offertory prayer by Rev. in the cemetery the French Riviera and: .
delegate "to the State Federation Winter Haven with her husband, Charles Stewart, pastor, of the Crawford of in Rome, Italy.

meeting in Jacksonville, gave a re the late D. H. Sherman who died Canal Point Baptist Churchr. services. -.4 _
in January, 1961. Special music will be furnished Survivors ;
Sears and MIss Jennifer
Annette McCurdy, Mrs. W. She was a member of the First I iby the Pahokee High School Band four sons, I of New Orleans returned
C. Darden, Mrs. l{.J.Batchelor and Methodist Church of Lake Wales. Ensemble directed by R. O. Lampi, Pahokee; Rev. .
to their studies at the
:Mrs. John Sheffield had charge of She is 'survived by a, daughter, and by the Junior. Intermediate Decherd, Tenn;
of Mississippi Oxford
the sandwich luncheon which followed -: Mrs. E. S. Parnell, Pahokee; a son,I and Church choirs of the First and Jerry ; spending the spring hol
the meeting. C. I. Sherman of Winter Haven; a Baptist Church under the direction I and two ,
his parents, Mr. and
sister Mrs. L. W. Thomas of Jack of Mrs. Guthrie Colvard. I: ams and :Mrs. I
o Sears of Canal Point.
BACK TO DETROITMrs. sonville, four grandchildren and i Pahokee.

Mary Lamp, who has been live greatgrandchildren.Funeral \ AT COUSIN'S FUNERALMrs. Among those -
the guest of her son and daughter- services were held Sun- 'G. B. Ramey attended the : tending the and Mrs. L W. Weeks spent
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. day at the John Crisp Funeral funeral of her cousin Wilford Content :Mrs. J. H. days in the northern part of

Lamp since January, flew to Detroit Home, Winter Haven with the Rev. of Ormond Beach on Tuesday.She Mrs. J. T. recently. While he at-
Tuesday, where she will visit R. D. Hodges, postor of the First is spending several days with Max Jones and to business in' Tallahassee ,.Jf'
relatives for several days. before Bible Baptist Church officiating. her son-in-law and daughter Mr. Mrs. J. C. : visited her brother, G.
returning to her home 'in- Eagle Burial, followed in Lakeside Me- and Mrs. Hugh G. Miller m in Miss Amanda and family in Lake But-

River Mich. ,/ morial Park. Winter Haven. Rockledge before returning home. i Britt. '

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Page- Toro _. _.,-_., The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, ..- .
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---f -. COMMISSION Folk Festival} For Monday MeetingsV
CANDIDATE White Springs In May

For WSCS Circles
WHIE SPRINGS Dozens of i

Florida: cities, towns and communities -

/ will be represented... by participants The circles of the Woman's Society -
in. the .10th annual Florida of Christian Service of the

Folk Festival to be held here on the First Methodist Church in Paho

I banks of the Suwannee River May kee held meetings on :Monday.Mrs. .

4-5-6, Thelma A. Boltin, special John Hatton presented the

events director at the Stephen program at the Mary-Martha Circle

Foster Memorial, said in announc- which met at the home of Mrs.

ing plans for the colorful event. Lloyd Hundley with the chairman,

"In addition, we will have partici- Mrs. R. B. Simonson presiding.Mrs. .
The RardinBuilding In CanaL Point Florida
; pants from Georgia, Alabama and Hatton spoke on "Women as
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION' HOME OF other southern states, and from, as Medical Missionaries." Plans were
far away as Oklahoma and Colorado made to remember the shut-ins for

," she said. Easter. The chairman announced
x The festival, one of the state's I that the reception for new memberswill I
most ambitious and be held at the homeof
the outstanding on May 7.
Serving Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region Without 'J'
Spring entertainment programs, I Mrs. Hugo Boe with Mrs. Jess I
Interruption Every Week for :More Than 30 Years 1
has grown from a small beginning I Elliott in charge. t I
Established March 11 1924 Published Every Friday
to a point where more than 2,000 Easter gifts will be presented to ,' I
Subscription Price$2.00 Year In AdvanceThe persons perform during the seven shut-ins according to plans madeat

I I programs held each year the first the meeting of the Mabel Sim- ,
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn ww
week-end in May. onson Circle at the home of :Mrs. J I
Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter John L. Archie, former mayor of (
J. D. with Mrs. Thomas
Appearing on a shady, outdoor Rogers <
Boynton Beach, is candidate for I
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher a stage overlooking the Suwannee, Hignite, chairman, presiding. :Mrs. \ .
county commissioner in DistrictNo.
\ the costumed participants will J. V. Thomas, Sr. had charge of ,
TO' ATTEND ST 4 of Palm Beach County. That
MiSs Young Married: demonstrate old-time arts, crafts the devotionals and Mrs. Arch
PETE MEET district is now represented by BenF.
and customs; will present folk Blakey gave a program on the "Re-
To Charles E. ClarkThe :Mrs. R. F. Hurt, Mrs. Pope Sundy of Delray Beach. songs and dances, and relate fireside sponsible Christian Citizen. ,
Sears and Mrs. L. L. Maxson Archie, since coming to Florida,
---r expect tales and primitive supersti- "More Than Human but Not 4. I
of Miss Delores to attend'the Florida Confer- has resided in Palm Beach Countyand
tions, Miss Boltin said. On the Less" was the topic of the program I
Suzanne Young, daughter of Remy ence of the Woman's Society of has served in many capacitiesin programs will be Seminole Indians, presented by Mrs. Louise Brown at _
Pahokee and Mrs. G. Ga- Christian Service of the Methodist civic and government projects.
Young, shape-note singers, whip crackers, the meeting of the Margery Lair I
baldon, Palatka, to Charles Ed- Church in St. Petersburg for three While Mayor of Boynton Beach, he old-time fiddlers, water witchers, Circle which met with Mrs. R. W.
ward Clark, son of Mr.; and: Mrs. days next week. The conference be- helped initiate or complete a new dulcimer and harmonica players, Sanders 1514 East Main Street. ,; I
Raymond Clark of Cuyahoga Falls; gins on April 24.Harvesters. $1,370,000 water treatment plant :'
Mrs. C. A. chairman
... straw beaters and many other entertainers Major, pre-
and distribution system, a new I I
was solemnized in a double performing singly and sided at the business session.
ring at the' Pahokee public library, athletic field, civic!
. Must in groups. \ Members. of the Gertrude Shirley ".
First Baptist Church Sunday, April center and shuffleboard courts and The ,festival is sponsored by the : and Vena Mae Circles attended the \ ,
8. The couple repeated their vows complete new sewage facilities Foster Week services in the
Stephen Memorial Commis- special Holy
before an altar decorated with tall Observe Labor Law amounting to over 3 million dollars.
sion, in cooperation with the Florida chapel. :Monday evening. After-
I All this, stated Archie, was accom-
baskets of white mums and gladioli -
I Folk Festival Association and wards the Gertrude Shirley met in
against a background of palms, plished without raising ad valorem j I the Florida Federation of Music: the Men's Bible classroom for a
with Rev. Guthrie Colvard, pastor, MIAMI-"Contractors and crew I I taxes and, in fact, reducing them. I Clubs. I short session with Mrs. J. W.

officiating.Miss leaders who engage migrant families --- & -' Vann. chairman, presiding. It was

: Jill McIlwain, pianist played for Florida's annual vegetableand announced that secret "prayer
Orlando Chosen
the traditional wedding marches. fruit harvests need to know Brockmiller Runs pals" would be revealed at the circle -
and accompanied Miss Shirley Kin- the child-labor requirements of the meeting in !May. Mrs. H. H.

caid, soloist, who sang "Because,"! Fair Labor Standards Act," Rufus For WMU MeetingThe : Hendrix served refreshments to
"Eternally" and "The Wedding' L. Stokes said here today. ;i County Commission the group.

Prayer." Stokes is manager of the Wage- Members of the Vena :Mae Circle -
The bride, given in marriage, by and-Hour- and. Public Contracts sixty-eighth annual sessionof accompanied Mrs. Jack Spencer -
her father, was lovely 'in 'a 'floor- Divisions field office at Room 219, Woman's Missionary Union, A. F. "Al" Brockmiller of Lake chairman, to her home at 323
length gown of candlelight- white Carlaine Building, 12490 N. E. 7th auxiliary to the Florida Baptist Clarke Shores, has joined the three- Banyan'Ave. from the Holy Week

satin. Her bouffant veil was at- Avenue Miami. He supervises en- Convention, will meet at the First way race for the seat of county service and a short business sessionwas

tached to a crown of candlelight forcement of the Federal child- Baptist Church, Orlando, April commissioner in District 2 in the held. Refreshments were serv- I
roses. She' carried a white Bible labor laws in 11 counties in East 24-26, according to Miss Josephine I May 8 Democratic primary. I ed by the hostess during the social
centered with pink vanda orchids, Central Florida."It Jones, executive secretary. Mrs. J. I He has been a resident of this hour. t

sweetheart roses and white' satin is equally important that the H. Lockhart Tampa, will preside j I area for 14 years, having come -"'- -

streamers studded with pink rose head of every migrant family un- over the meeting. I'! from Detroit in 1947. He is a spec- W. M.: Crews and family of Ft. 1

buds. derstand the Federal law," Stokes Foreign missionaries appearing I ial investigator for the Florida In- Lauderdale visited his parents, Mr. <

The matron of honor, Mrs. Rem- pointed out. ,"It applies in all on the program are Miss Martha I dustrial Commission. and Mrs. R. J. Crews, 123 S. Bar-

er E. Young, sister-in-law of the states and prohibits employment of Franks Taiwan, and Mrs. Marvin I Brockmiller, 55, is married and field Highway, last Sunday.
bride wore a silk organza in blush children under 16 years of age dur- L. Garrett, missionary to Southern has three children were all educated 1
pink with tiered ruffles on the skirt ing hours when local schools are in Rhodesia. in local schools. Dian is now an t
Mrs. James Elrod and two sons, I
and a matching medallion head- session. It provides severe penal- Other out-of-state speakers in-I accountant in San Francisco, Lar- .
Joey and Jimmy, of Opa Locka I
piece with circular veil. Her cres- ties for wilful violations." clude Glendon McCullough, Secre- ry is an atomic engineer in New-
spent several days, last week, wither
cent bouquet was of pink carna- Stokes noted that some family tary' of Personnel Department, port News, Va., and Richard is in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
tions. groups had signed for harvest work Home Mission Board, Miss Margaret -I the Air Force.A Miller. .

Robert Meyer served as best' man when the recruiting teams paid Bruce, Birmingham, Alabama, churchman, he is an usher at
for the groom, and Remer E.: (Son- their annual visit to Pahokee on Miss Joyce Carmichael, New Orleans -I I,Sacred, Heart Roman Catholic Itt

ny) Young, brother of the bride, :Monday. Louisiana Miss Mary Chris I I Church. He is a member of BPOE
and Edwin Wagnon were ushers. Representatives from local Employment tian, Nashville, Tennessee, and No. 1530 of Lake Worth.

The bride's mother wore a dressof I I Service, offices distributed ., John W. Drakeford, Southwestern I I In his years here he has been

aqua silk with white accessories ,folders entitled "Child Labor in Baptist Theological Seminary, a identified with many civic and
and her corsage-was a purple Agriculture" to many employers at native of Australia, who will bringan fraternal projects as well as tourist \,

orchid. I that: time. These explain the law address on communism.Also and industrial programs. He has l

Mrs: Clark mother of thd"gI'09rn;' and set out ways in which to com- appearing on the programwill been an ardent promotor and de- 1i. I

chose a beige silk for her, son/a ply.Stokes said that his office had be Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Irey, veloper of programs to improve the I f ,
wedding with matching accessories additional copies of the folder. organist and music director of economic and cultural aspects of ; ftfJ

and purple ,orchid, corsage, They will be mailed. on; request. First Baptist Church, Orlando, and the area. J y
A reception was held In'the F-r- .- Dr. Henry Allen Parker, pastor of He is known throughout the '

lowshlp Hall of the church, 'immediately Easter;Cantata' the host church. i county and state for his interest in LL

following, the;ceremony,I A special feature of the meeting! local and state affairs. .. I''
with Mrs, D. W.'Cunningham.Mrs. Planned By BaptistsA will be the Girls' Auxiliary 50th -

Allan.Fowler;and Miss'Shii-j) Y Kin- Anniversary pageant on Wednes- Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgettwill I

caid serving. the ',traditional wed- Cantata, "The Glory of the I day evening.The have their' son-in-law and I ."III'_

ding cake and punch.Thecoupleleft Cross", by Rosemary' Hadler will convention will open at 2:001 daughter, Mr. and Mrs: Albert Gar- ors'a.roE'rs.
for. their:wedding be presented by-- the Choir of the o'clock on Tuesday afternoon April cia, Jr. and children of Tampa, aa
trip with the..bride vesting a beige ,First Baptist' Church of Pahokee 24, and will adjourn Thursday, gueststhis weekend. .,- ..... .a..fv ..YU....
jersey.dress Avith matching{ac-r at 10:55 a. m. on Easter Sunday.Tie April 26, at noon.CLASSIFIED .
cessories and an orchid, corsage; Cantata will be followed by a ,-
After a honeymoon the,northern message by the pastor, Rev.'Guthrie ADS 'IN' THESE it .11.111.1. i I t It J

part of Florida they will make,their Colvard, on "The Meaning and BIG DIVIDENDS HFILEAcT. .
home in Miami where he is attend Power of the Risen Life." nE S '

ing college. ,Mrs. Guthrie Colvard, Music Director -

at First Baptist will direct 4 ; PRItfCE LAKE DRIVE-IN'
PENNSYLVANIA.v1srrOR$: the Cantata, and the following per-

Mrs. .Oscar- Senn ,of King-:of' sons will do solo or special parts: Pahokee Pa1i 1.ee-BeUe Glade Road

Prussia, Pa, and [her sister\.,Mrs, Misses I ;_, Rebecca, Grimes, DorothyBatchelor -
Ralph .Pilgrim of, Harrisburg, Linda Woofter, and a -
Pa. ,will arrive- Monday to visit Ruth Colvard; Mrs. Wendell Harris'. OPEN sUNnAY-MONDAY.TUb9DAj-.
their mother, ..Mrs: Helen Schroder .and :Mrs. Lee Wroten; JamesBatchelor 1 t'I' 8UNDAYMONnAYTUESDAAPRIL: 22-23-24
who is a patient in St. Maryfs_Hospital Jr., Bob Hasty, and Lee
West Palm Beach. APR Ln'TA1IMY'TELL : -
They planto Shirley. A ,
take her home with them to The accompanists are Mrs. M. P. r
Harrisburgwhen they retUrn: Strnley and Miss. Patsy Keene. :"
While here they will be'-'guests of SHI3" SANDRA DEB AND
their uncle and aunt Mr:;; and Mrs. :Mrs Ruth Meredith and her sister If'1A1'1 JOHN GAVIN

R. J. Schroder' in Pahokee. Mrs. Mabel Lutz of Belle Glade,. ROBERT WAGNER,-DOLORES .1
left today (Friday) for Pueblo, ,. HART AND f CAROLYr v- iAU5O- ,

:Mrs. Juanita McLarty of 'Lake 'Colo to be at the bedside of their 'JONESV ? "Sum er r Love ,(U[

Worth was the guest of Mr. and mother Mrs. Viletta Wiley, who Is Ur

Mrs. B. Elliott Jr., last Sunday. ilL r. r

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Friday April 20, 1002 The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Page Three

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I rawittyftftttttyftftftfr i --;: ",, :;..-... added to our list 32 meat process I Pahokee Lions Hear I

The'iJfai7iffhont I ing establishments in various partsi 1

of Florida, bringing our total in District GovernorDistrict

, this category to 132. In the same

t, ELECT by period we've added 5 slaughtered Governor. C. (Buck),

Co e establishments for a total now of Buchanan Ft. Lauderdale was

isO"" >=, 55. Total cf commercial slaughterand guest speaker at the luncheon

LE.ONARDC.BROWN florid meat processing plants covered meeting of the Pahokee Lion's

by our State Meat Inspection Club, Tuesday. Introduced by Man-

Department ofAgricul i,service now is 187. I[ ning Keen, he spoke on activities

s s sIn of the Lion's Club and conducted a
I don't believe there has ever his reference to packaging "question and answer" session.

I been a time when Mr. and Mrs.sand labeling, the President said a I Guests were R. C. Lee Belle

1I 1 Consumer the great American survey will be made of abuses in ; Glade; County Commissioner Lake

public-have enjoyed as many different this field. In this area, too our Di- Lytal, West Palm Beach; Paul

TO kinds of protection as we vision of Inspections is keeping I Rardin, Canal Point; R. E. Hotard

have today. close watch on any developmentsthat Belle Glade and Phelix Slonaker.

Numerous Florida laws many of tend to deceive a consumer, John Hundley was the guest of student -

them enforced t:>y the Departmentof whether he's 'buying the "giant member, Robert Boe.

Agriculture, have been legislated -" economy' size or trying to choose Brooks Henderson, president

SCHOOL'I from time to time to protect the ,best buy of two cans of beans presided.

I consumers in our own state. Sim-' with different prices.I .- -
I ilar laws. both state and Federal, can't repeat too often: "If you. BIRTHSDeputy

BOARD are being enforced all over the nation want to know what you're buying;

in the interests of consumers. -Read The Label!" Price alone I
: Sheriff and Mrs. Bert
r They cover, in one way or another desn't establish a bargain. Quantity -
Collett announce the birth"of an
of and and ingredients also enter into :
most every type product
MAY' 8th ( '. 8'Ib. l'oz. daughter, Vicki Suzanne -
service you can name. the picture and in many products
born 12 at 2:26 In
: April p. m.
besides food these must be stated
The number and variety of these Everglades Memorial Hospital.
on the label, for consumer guidance.
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laws has increased with the econo-: c.-
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nomic! development of our nation. I IPresident's Allan 'Pope will arrive from At-

THE QUALIFIED CANDIDATEPaid Many both in Florida and throughout -I You might be puzzled by the lanta, Cat, this weekend to spendthe
to the Federal -
the and at the Federal request give
country, spring holiday with his parents
Trade Commission to
a level too, have been revised from I power Mr. 'and 'Mrs. E. L. Pope.
trademark that becomesa
i a ;
time to time to meet the needs
: ( Political Advertisement) common description of a product I '
arising from .the introduction of "RE: EAST SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICT -

1 I I JiiJiiitii ii I JiiiiJli' i 1 new products and the growth of I until you realize that "aspirins," I TAXES FOR TilE YEAR 1962
"automobile, and other common
new kinds of businesses. many accordance with the provisions of Chap-
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word today might have been I ter 20694; Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Watton of Mrs. ,Bill Shackford spent last There was a time in America I copyrightable at the time of their I the Board of Supervisors of EAST
when frontier housewives vic-
I Tampa were recent visitors of Mr. weekend in Miami visiting rela were I I origin. I III district organized and existing under -

and Mrs. Ernest Linrose, Sr. tives. timized by "Yankee peddlers" who It's not impossible, however that!I' the Laws of Florida and embracing
II Juiscaused
sold them such things as wooden lands within Palm Beach County
[ some heated arguments could develop -i to be prepared a Budget showingthe
nutmegs; when the traveling med- Debt Service requirements of thq
between our experts on language District and the requirements of the
icine showman offered elixirs good I.
as to whether and when a'' District for maintenance, operation and
ONE 3-BEDROOM CBS HOUSE for man or beast and "guaranteed"to administration during the year begin..
trademark word has become accepted -I
the first of November
from ning on day
cure anything ingrowing
FOR SALE IN PAHOKEE I and, therefore, common. and ending on the thirty-first day of
toenails to gallstones; when dangerously -
After noting the storm of criticism
,,adulterated, synthetic and other I
COMPLETELY FINISHED. YARD FILLED raised by the recent third edition
AND SODDED subtitute foods posed serious tenance _Tax per acre necessary
of the Webster's New International
levied upon the lands within said
Lot 65 x 135 On Cypress Ave. in Pahokee threats to public. health. I Dictionary because it "accepts"thousands District for the year 1962.
Since time immemorial "the "The said Budget Is now on file and
I of words heretofore be- may be examined at the Office of the
public" has been considered fair Secretary of the District at Canal
lieved to be "slang, colloquial, erroneous -
: WILEY TILLIS prey by those' intent on practicing Point Florida. The Board at CanalOf
n incorrect or illiterate, I EAST.SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICT
fraud or deception. One who profited wonder what be will meet at 10:15: o'clock A. M., on the
authority can relied '
General Building ContractorBox mightly in this field-that old 28th day of April, 1962. at the Office of
to set standard for in Canal
on a our the Secretary of the District
super-showman, P. T. Barnum- Point. Florida for the purpose of hear-

54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127 voiced the opinion that "there's a language. I ing objections and complaints with respect -
to the said Budget and for the
sucker born every minute." And i purpose of transacting such other business -

the shady brethren for generationshave Mullis And Watson meeting.,as may properly come before bald
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operated on the theory that "DATED this 9th day of April, 1962
"never give a sucker an even
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.Pukllh.April 13. April 20 1962."'
pAtl We've made considerable pro-
B U11.D Chester H. Mullis and Paul H.: "RE: PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT
m R SM.KS gress in business ethics since the Watson, representativesfor I' TAXES FOR THE YEAR 1962
MHD days when horse trading was gov- "NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in
Life Insurance Company of i I accordance with the provisions of
'" erned by the old Latin proverb Chapter 18042. Laws of Florida Acts of
Georgia in the Pahokee and Canal
"Caveat emptor"-Let the buyer I 1937 the Board of Supervisors cf
'wit" Point area, have been selected by PAHOKEfl DRAINAGE DISTRICT a
beware. But Mr. and Mrs. Consumer drainage district organized and exist-
are still in need of continuous I the company as delegates to its annual ing under the Laws' of Florida, aud
\ President's Club convention embracing lands within Palm Beach
'protection of their interests and County has caused to be prepared a
I May 13 through'16, at the Americana Budget showing the Debt Service reqUirements -
their health. American
Though our
; Hotel in Miami Beach. I I of the District and of theEast
public has become more sophisti-I Unit of the District for Maintenance. I
They will learn about new devel- Operation. and Administration I
: cated have the methods far tak-
opments in individual and group insurance during the year beginning on the first I
ing advantage of the unwary and I day of November. 1962. and ending on
services provided by Life the thirty-first day of October 1963. .(
uninformed. of Georgia. The meeting in Mi- Said Budget among other things show*
Extensive and varied as our var-I the amount of the East Unit Debt Service I'
:| ami Beach will bring together Life Tax. and the amount of East Unit

ious governmental activities are in of Georgia leaders from 11 southern Maintenance Tax per acre necessary to I
the enforcement of laws to protect be levied upon the lands within said I
states for sessions with top District for the year 1962. I
I I consumers, President Kennedy has officials.Mr. "The said Budget Is now on file and i
CONCRETE MASONRY asked for wider in this fieldat may be examined at the Office of the ,
powers Mullis lives i in Pahokee, Secretary of the District at Canal i iI
the Federal level. In a recent Point. Florida. The Board of Supervisors :
he is member of the First
message to Congress he requestednew Baptist Church and the Lions Club.I I will meet at 10:00: o'clock A. M.. on the i iI ;
legislation to expand protec- 28th day of April. 1962. at the Office of
He is married to the former Judy I I I
a the Secretary of the District in Cans i
tion of consumers in a number of Murphy of Pahokee, and they havea Point. Florida, for the purposes of hear- I

areas from drugs to advertising.Two I ing objections and complaints with respect II
; ATTRACTJVI daughter. to the said Budget and ,for the
parts of his message are of Mr. Watson is a member of the purpose of transacting such other business !
particular interest to us in the Department as may properly come before said
Everglades Life Undewriters Asso- meeting. "
s "' '' INEXPENSIVE of Agriculture because, ciation. Also a Pahokee resident, ",..vA. TED this 9th day of April.. 1962,
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M+ r in Work of certain BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF
our enforcing
and member of. the First Baptist .SUPERVISORS OF PAHOKEE
consumer-interest statutes our inspectors DRAINAGE DISTRICT
Church hulk married'and: has a son I -
,,;fit, ,PERMANEN1; ,are well acquainted with I' BY: F. E. Conkling. President
and a daughter. Publish: April 13.April 20, 1962 : '
conditions that require careful supervision i ,
: to protect the bUying'I DISTRICT TAXES FOR THE
I public. Sidney bbs Jr. I YEAR 1962
In a reference to food the Pres- ,
I the Board of Supervisors of PELICAN
Easy to lay, long lasting, and attractive concretemasonry
ident noted that one fifth, or 20 i
Hocks. are the ideal material for building Is USAF 2nd Lieut.OPHEIM drainage district organized and existing
cent, of the meat slaughteredin .
under the Laws of Florida and embrac-
steps, terraces, and patios '. especially for the "DO- the United*States is not inspected. ing lands within Palm Beach County
IT-YOURSELF" tin' of today. Concrete blocks are has caused to be prepared a Budget
He urged broadening of the AF STATION, Mont. showing the Unit No.1. Debt Service
inexpensive, "to maintain and add beauty and
easy and the General Debt Service requirements -
Meat Inspection Act to ,cover all Sidney A. Stubbs, Jr., son of Mrs.
value to your home. For quality block precision of the District and the requirements -
meat slaughtered in this country. Sidney A. Stubbs, 508 Third Ave., of the District for maintenance -
made on Stearns equipment. see us today. operation and administration dur-
Previously; the U. S. Departmentof Bradenton, Fla., has been promoted -
ing the year beginning on the first day
Agriculture had announced its to first lieutenant in the United! of November. 1962. and ending on the
DO IT TODAY-THE CONCRETE MASONRY WAY thirty-first day of October 1963.
intention to seek legislation requir- States Air Force.Lieutenant "The said Budget Is now on file and

ing all livestock that has movedin Stubbs is assigned to may be examined at the Office of the
Secretary of the District at Canal Point.
interstate commerce to be the 779th Radar Squadron here as Florida. The Board of Supervisors of

slaughtered in Federallyinspectedplants. a supply officer.A PELICAN LAKE ,SUB-DRAINAGE DISTRICT
will meet at 10:30 o'clock A. M..
.... graduate of Manatee High, on the 28th day of April. 1962 at the
:::::::::S::::;:::::::::::: : ::: r In the past several months we've.. School; he received his B. A. degree Office of the Secretary of the District
In Canal Point. Florida, for the purposeof
I made great progress in extendingthe in political science from Florida hearing objections and complaints

fl : coverage of our State Meat Inspection -: State University, Tallahassee. He I nth respect to the said Budget and for
I the purpose of transacting such other
service' which performs afunction entered the service in September business '&8 may- properly,. come before.

for meat to be sold within 1960. said meeting.
"DATED this 9th day of April. 1962.
FLA the state the same as Federal inspection His wife is the former.Miss An- BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OP
does for meat that is sold nette McIntosh, daughter of Mrs. LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE I

PHONE 7185 PHONEWY s ; I in interstate commerce. Harry M McIntosh and the late DISTRICT '
,- BY: P. E. Conkling President
i Since mid-August, 1961, ..we.veJ Mr. McIntosh... of Pahokee. I Publish April',April 20.t .- .- f

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, Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, April 20, 1962

I i-Miss Alice Joyce Spencer of Orlando :' -

, I PERSONAL NEWS MUTES II 1 "F 1'e' student Tallahassee and at Florida Miss will Kathleen spend State University Easter Spencer in, Set them tit

with their parents, Mr. IciGooDiMonday
.M. { and Mrs. Jack Spencer.
Miss Sylvia Parrish student atj Mrs. Mildred Wood and sons 3 LEI
Orange Memorial Hospital School Brent and Randy, of Clewiston
Dr. and Mrs. Joe A. Tolle and
of Nursing in Orlando visited her I visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
grandson Bart Johnson, visited
parents Mr. and Mrs. F.. S. Par Mrs. R. D. Durrance last Sunday. I
Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgett
risk over the weekend. I
Miss Sandra Lampi, who attends last Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Tolle I
Miss ,Lynette Hammond moved I the University of Miami, will arrive now reside in DeLand where he is
on Tuesday into the Wroten apart-( ,Friday to spend a ten day va- district superintendent of the
ment at 142% North Barfield cation with her parents Mr. and Methodist Church.
Highway. Miss 'Hammond is an- Mrs. R. O. Lampi.Industrial .. ... -

esthetist at the Poteete-Hatton- L Mr. and Mrs. Pat Elliott of
Ramsay Medical Clinic. .. Gainesville will be the guests of
MISS RUTH COLVARD his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jess Elliott -
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dobrow haveas ExpoIn I
for the Easter holiday.
guests this week her parents Orlando Apr., 25 1 1I I
Mr.: and Mrs. Ed Jones of Avon I\
Miss Ruth Colvard .
Park. rfixirrS>rtrrS\tySitoSYirr I I
ORLANDO-The Florida State

Mr. and Mrs.. Jess Elliott have Industrial Exposition at Orlando FFA SweetheartMiss

received word from their son, April 25.28 is expanding to a third
Charles E. (Chuck) Elliott that he Cattle Sales
building because of enthusiastic
has arrived safely in New York Ruth Colvard daughter of .
City after receiving his discharge response from Exhibitors. .Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard of
from the US Army in Germany One hundred and twenty five : Pahokee won another honor when Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
where he served for two and a half manufacturers have reserved: space, I I she was chosen the new chapterSweetheart i which is owned, and operated by more than 120
years. "Chuck" will visit in the : in the exhibition addition to numerous of the Pahokee Chap-:
Florida Cattlemen.
home of a fraternity brother for state and federal'agencies.. ter of the Future Farmers. Miss

several days before returning to State agencies to be represented Colvard was recently named Harvest t You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here
Florida. include the Florida Development Queen at the annual event in
at this llarket.Ve make an effort at all times to givoan
: I Commission the Florida State Em- Belle Glade sponsored by the
Mrs. Leo Wroten is spending several ployment Service the University ofFlorida's Junior Chamber of Commerce of outstanding. service. to buyer and seller. Give us ;
flays,with her son-in-law and I Engineering and Experiment that city. a trial.
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Station the Hotel and Restaurant .
Smith in Leesburg.Pat II Commission and the Flor- 1ipp 0x.ONE OF EVERY FOUR +or: : : : I I I : : : I I I I

ida Council for the Blind. VISITORS IS SEEING FLORIDA
Maxwell who attends,Florida FOR THE FIRST TIME
The Hillsborough County Port I SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. I
Military Academy at DeLand arrived -
Wednesday to spend the Authority has also reserved space
the first of the state's 11 auth- I
spring holidays with his parents' '
orities to do The booth will have ,
so. Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Maxwell.
a "Trade Through Tampa" them f I I t7EETi
Mrs. S. E. Simonson of Little Besides the Development Commission -,
Rock, Ark. and Mr. and Mrs. Ken- other sponsors of the exposition -I i i 7ilEMI
nen Spell and daughter of Butner are the Florida State WrrH1 On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

N. C. arrived Thursday to visit Mr. Chamber of Commerce, the Associ-I I SM/Jj tII Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager
and Mrs. R. B. Simonson.Dr. ated Industries of Florida and the
Florida Bankers Association. i iI I GOVER'JO FLORIDA ,Ol : q *8 l < !yi* H. Sasser Watson, Delray I, "THRING cOMl'l'.lniE...'A'I I I
.and Mrs. Al Martin -
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Tenn., will spend Easter here ..
with their parents Mr. and Mrs.. ,
R. H. Watson. -' "

Florida Gene ,Southern Parnell has'College arrived at Lake-from You'll feel like the bumps took a holiday, too

land to spend the holiday with his I

parents Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Par-' Get set for Fun and Sun at your Chevrolet dealer's. If you aren't in a holiday mood,already, his buys will d

I nell. quickly put you in one. Then the real fun begins when you aim a Jet-smooth beauty;at,vacation land. Bring')

Mrs.; Tommie H. ,DuBose will on those choppy roads or rolling highways-makes no difference because you've got a big cushiony Full Coil ,
leave Friday for Jacksonville to
join :her husband, W. M. DuBose spring at each wheel to take the wrinkles out of the worst,roads around. And a team of over % i

for the Easter holidays.Mrs. 700 insulators and absorbers to wall off sound and vibration. Add V8 sizzle or 6 savings, rich, .

: J. A. Tompkins of Sumter- roomy interiors, comfort-high seats for easy rubbernecking, a deep-well trunk, easy bumperS -. i .,

ville is the house guest of her level loading, and Body by Fisher craftsmanship-and
cflet toreryou've
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Jet-smooth Chevro I etI
Mrs. R. D.'Durrance this week. got about all the car you could possibly want.

Miss Elizabeth Humphries who
attends the University of Fla., at
Gainesville, will arrive this week- i .r I
end to spend the spring holiday ,-F.r .
with her parents Mr. and Mrs.

Laverne Humphries.Pvt. ',,

Jerry Lindrose who is stationed -

at Camp Stewart Ga. spent -. .. 1 .
last weekend with his parents. Mr. .SS..t. /
and Mrs. Ernest Lindrose', Jr.
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to learn retail building
material business. Must have some J ,

knowledge of bookkeeping also + : iyI
chauffeurs drivers license. Pioneer

Lumber Company, Pahokee. Con- :. .
tact Vic Geiger. Apr. Gctf I

SUGAR, BOOM is sure to hit. If
you have. spare room or two for
rent why not place an ad' in this '
column and watch results. A phons
call and $1.00 will get the job done.

daily. If you advertise in this Impala-Door Sport Sedan just one of H restful zestful Jet-smooth beauties. ,
classified column folks will know "

:where to find that spare room. See the new Chevrolet at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's \ :

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FOR SALE: New and used Willys > ; Stanley Chevrolet

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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday April 20, 1952
j, Christian Science j Canal Point First

Group Of Canal Point Baptist Church
"Doctrine of Atonement" is the
Elder R. E.Barfield
S'I subject of the Lesson-Sermon to be SUNDAY:
I Lj Ty heard in Christian Science church 10:00 a.m.-Sunday School

I services Sunday.This 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
statement of the Master's 7:00 p. .-B. T. C.
f T i will be included in the Bible readings 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship
\ I (John 10)): "I and my Fatherare WEDNDESDAY:
I Iv one. If I do not the works 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer
I of my Father, believe me not. But Service
First Methodist I r Canal Point The Methodist Church if I do though ye*believe not me, 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS:

': believe the works: that ye may 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary.
Church Pahokee Baptist ChurchRev. Canal Point Florida
" know and believe, that the Fatheris Meeting.
:1 I
I.' Rev. :'" : Steen= Shelley Pastor in me, and I in him." I I
. T. C. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Robert A. ,
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: From "Science and ,Health with I I

I' 9:45 a. m.-church School I I 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-church School Key to the Scriptures" by Mary
Bill Gallick Will Be
,(: 1 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship Baker Eddy this selection will be

.' I 6:45 p. .MYP t 6:30 p. .-Training Union. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship read: "Atonement is the exem-
I 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship plification of man's unity with Lions President
TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: I God, whereby man reflects divine ,
7:00 p. .Vesper Choir pray 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. 3:15.p. m.-Youth Choir practice Truth, Life, and Love. Jesus of
tfceWEDNESDAY TUESDAY: I I I Nazareth taught and demonstrated Bill Gallick, Canal Point department -'
: 8:00: m.-Woman's Society1st man's the Father,
Church Of God p. oneness with
.7:45 Mid-week devotions store operator, has been nam-
p. Tuesday2nd and for this we owe him endless
8:30 p. -m.-Senior Choir practice. Barfield Highway MONDAY: homage. His mission was both in-! ed by the nominating committee of

I I 7:80 p. .-Esther Class meeting dividual and collective. He did life's the Canal Point Lions club to be-

Pahokee, Fla. WEDNESDAY: work aright not only in justice to: come president of that group on
} I J. W. Minister 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting 1.Roswell.
Hughes himself, but in mercy to mortals July
The Church Of God ..
Phone ,3736 .1> I-to show them how to do theirs Harrington was named.

Of Prophecy, Pahokee SUNDAY:. VISIT IN GAINESVILLE but not to do it for them nor to relieve first vice president and Harlan
-, i 9:45, a;. m.-Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Kincaid and I them of a single responsibility" Sears second vice president. Oliver

Canal Point Road 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship daughter, Shirley, will leave today (p. 18)). Sheppard was chosen third vice
John H. Kinard, pastor 7:30 p. m. -EVangelistic Ser- (Friday) to spend the weekend in I -. president. Alton Jones was slatedto
10>00 a. m.-Sunday School viceTUESDAY Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. Far-,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hatton accompanied be secretary and A. H. Scruggs
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service : ris Kincaid and children. I I by their daughter, Carol treasurer.
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service -- :
Mae and Miss Katherine Young, James Gibson was named Lion
8:00 p, m. Tuesday-V. L B. THURSDAY: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shackford had I visited their son, Roger, last week- tamer and Albert Fremd, tail-:
8:00: m.-Thursday=W. M. B. 7:30 Youth for Christ
p. I p. m. as recent guests her mother, :Mrs.R. end, at Darlington School for Boysin twister. ., .
Everyone welcome. music Service.
'.and Special --- ... E. Chard and sister, Mrs. Roberta Rome,Ga. and attended a formal The election is scheduled for
singing. Smith both of Ft. Myers. school party. next Monday night.
First ,Baptist
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Of The Nazarene Guthrie W.-Colvard, :Minister flilijlt1:

f Sunday School 9:45 a. m. : ;
Rev. Max Dl: Jones, Pastor
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m ; ,
433 Bacom Point Rd.
Union 6:30
Training p. m.
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882
I Evening Worship p. m.
Wednesday Prayer 8
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School.
Service 7:30 p. m.
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. A welcome to all.
6:30 p. m.-Juniors__ warm -A.__ iC--- r
1 7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening :
Evangelistic Service. St. Peter's Lutheran

Church Belle Glade
I 7:30 p.meeting.m.-Midweek Prayer

t "Where you are. a stranger but August Koerber, Pastor
once". 601 W. Lake Rd.. Belle Glade
Divine Services 11 A. M.
Holy Nativity t -School.. 9:45, A. :M.
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Pahokee St. Mary's Catholic '
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I Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar i
SUNDAY: Father Francis Fennech, Pastor .
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11 a. m.-Worship Service I Confessions,before Mass. -
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Page Eight iae Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday, April 20, 1962

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i I I Rotarians Hear' Mrs. Shive Will Be

H: i U. Of Fla. Speakers. Honored On SundayMrs.

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I C. Errol Hicks,son of Dr. Claude C. A. Shive will be the guestof

Hicks of Lake Worth, and Vernoq honor, at the annual dinner and

I II Swartsel of :Mt. Dora, students of Easter egg hunt being held Sundayby
her family in the Park at Belle
the University of Florida, were
J Glade. Among those planning to
J. guest speakers at the luncheon of j attend are Mayor and, Mrs. Dun-

I I the Pahokee Rotary Club, last can Padgett, Mr. and Mrs. Dan

Thursday. Introduced by Bascom Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Vance

Denton and children, Mrs. Josie
Belcher.the students spoke on con-
Templeton, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
44 / ditions at the University and spec-
Garcia and family of Tampa, Mr.
ifically of the need for larger sal-
and Mrs. Ralph Grimes and family,
1 I aries for the professors. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Carpenter and
: Visitors were Sid Tonnes of New
1 "Jtf : daughters, Mr. and Mrs. John Du-
>: York City, John Stewart of Lake I
: lany, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dulany,
: Worth, Howard Hill of Belle Glade,
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Smith and family,
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c Pickren, Rev. Guthrie Colvard, Dr.
tL Larry Mayo of Pensacola and C. I
; Mike Batista. Miss Betty Johnsonwas I J -
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II Miss Mary Suzanne Chastain, Formerly of Canal Point, Is Married I .v: .

To Ulmer Jr. In Thomasville Ga. Church l
Ray Eugene CeremonyAn FASTER

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altar centered with an open Florence, S. C.; Miss Mimsie Bar-| tiered and decorated with tiny 1

Bible and flanked by arrangementsof wick, Thomasville, Ga.; Miss Jerri I]I roses and lilies of the valley. Punch :

Fugi mums, white stock and I Ulmer, Clearwater, Fla. and Miss was served from a silver bowl. t

jade fern provided the setting for, Penny Sasser of Pahokee. I I In the library, punch was served s: ? I .

the lovely wedding of Miss Mary The bride's attendants, carrying I from a table covered with an anti- j

Suzanne Chastain, daughter of Mr. sprays of pale yellow carnations,I que Battenburg lace cloth which .
and Mrs. Oscar H. Chastain of wore identical sheath dresses of I has been used at all the receptions J

Thomasville, Ga., and Ray Eugene aqua silk organza with scoop neck- of the grandchildren of the late Mr. ..
Ulmer, Jr., son of Judge and Mrs. lines, cap sleeves and crushed cum- and Mrs. Thomas Mack Chastainof i '

Ray E. Ulmer of Clearwater, Fla., berbunds with loops and streamers Canal Point. ; :

on Sunday, April 15, at the First I at the back. Head-pieces of match I Those assisting the hosts at the iIt; f:4 Ride our 1
Baptist Church in Thomasville, Ga., ing organza roses with short circular reception were the Misses Anne L : ? : 4

I with Rev. Louis Kennedy officia- veils completed their attire.: I Seeley, Gail Wright, Jenny Braddy, : thru expresses i

ing. The scene was lighted with Judge Richard A. Miller of St. Rosalind and Rosemary Taylor; i NEW '
two seven-branched candelabra. Petersburg, Fla. served as best Mrs. Sidney Smith, Mrs. J. S..Chas over our

Lighted tapers in double candela- man for the groom. The ushers I tain, Mrs. Tom Harrison, Mrs. R. East Florida tI

bra entwined with fern and Fugi were John Chastain,.brother of the II' W. Everett, Jr., bi r s. Forrest
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mums and tied with lover's knotsof bride; Luther Taylor, Gulfport, Knapp, Mrs. Wayne Weeks, Mrs.B. : \

white satin ribbon stood at each Fla.; Donald McLachlan, St. Pet- J. Barwick and Mrs. J. C. Scott, : '
Our new route along the .
side of the rostrum. Family pews ersburg, Fla.; Clifford Snedeker, Sr. Guests were greeted at the 'I eastern coastline cuts hours 7

were marked with nosegays of Tallahassee; Jack E. White, Jr., door by Judge and Mrs. J. K. Harper '. : j off our Miami to :New York :I \

mums and fern.. Clearwater and, Don D'Anna of and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gurley., ,;' trlp We travel new superi i
Traditional wedding selectionswere Clearwater. i For traveling the bride wore a I I higliways. Aircor.ditioni i 1

played by ,the organist, Mrs. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. three-piece, off white double knit .. ing. Reclining seats. Rest-
Gwendolyn Cochran, and },,!}g. Chastain chose pure silk chiffon in I suit, trimmed in navy and white. # s rooms. Vista-view win- 1 1 ,

Gretchen Scott,. soloist, who sang willow green with sheath skirt.and I''I Her accessories were red straw dows. Seats reserved' at no :. i;
"Entreat, Me Not to Leave Thee''toy bodice of re-embroidered Alencon hat, navy shoes and bag and a extra charge. ?

Charles Gounod, "I Love Thee" by lace. Her ,corsage was of yellow j jI I white orchid corsage. After honeymooning J

Edward: Greig and "The Prayer orchids and she wore a small hat of at Sea Island, Ga., for a I f I : {- rI
Perfect" by James Whitcomb Ri- chiffon flowers. I I week, the newlyweds'will be at 711 :: (/-f
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Given in marriage by her father, wore a pure silk crepe in rose beige, I Fla. In May they: [ ll move to their 1 t

the bride wore a gown of silk or-I featuring a side drape caught with home in Dunedin, Fla.lOut I .

ganza over taffeta with an, empire of town guests were: Mr. and
bodice and bouffant train. The bo-I matching Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux, Canal Point, easiest travel on earth -

dice fashioned with a bateau neck-I green. cymbidium. orchids. I Florida; Mr. and Mrs. William Van I
line and cap sleeves was of imported -I The reception, given by the G'erment, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; The ,
only Thru serviceWASHINGTON 4 Thru trips dallyORLANDO
re-embroidered lace, traced with bride's,parents, was held at'the Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Chastain, Palm

seed pearls and pailletes.The skirt Thomasville Garden Center where Beach, Florida; Mr. and Mrs. Al- $33.20 $ 3.75 j .

was defined by a band of Italian greenery and jade trees were usd bert Barwick, Pompano Beach, The only Thru'service (plus tax) "4 Thru trips dally (plus tax) j

silk satin finished off at center throughout the hall and, Florida; Mrs. Thomas Arnold, 1
back with bow and streamers; ments of Fugi mums and arrange-j I Winter Garden, Florida and Mr. FOR INFORMATION PLEASE CALL !:i.

bands of satin were appliqued down large cupid compotes and Mrs. Gregory'Ulmer and famIly Canal Point Sport Shop }t

the sides of the controlled-front, tables were featured. Clearwater, Florida.
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with motifs of the lace scattered Miss Lynn Ray and Miss Alice 4f f

over the train. Her pouf veil of silk Harrison were in charge of the EASTER EGG HUNT i iI "l'

illusion was attached to a pearl- bride's book at a table covered I I '

embroidered crown of Alencon with an imported organdy cloth, An Easter egg hunt and party TRAILWAYSTHf
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laceShe carried a cascade bouquetof and set with an arrangement of I I I was held at the home of Mrs. R.

bride's roses and lilies of the val- tiered candelabra and lilies of the B. Simonson on Bacom Point Road,

ley. Her pearl necklace, was, a gift valley. Thursday, for the children in the i I
from the groom. The bride's table, overlaid withan kindergarten department of the i J!
Miss Lyndell Chastain, sister of exquisite imported organdy Pahokee Methodist Sunday SchooL I

the bride, was maid of honor. cloth, was centered with an ar Mrs. Simonson who is superintendent -
Bridesmaids were Miss Billie Sue rangement of bride's roses and of the department was assisted I II

Katsikas and Miss Gail Unane of snapdragons in an antique silver S by Mrs. Robert Apelgren and Mrs. NZVI4UPiR-HIGHWAYS
Ft. Lauderdale; Miss Peggy Ellis, bowl. The wedding cake was four- Frank Rozelle. ____ .'r_ ....
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