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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: July 6, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Board Cuts Volunteers To Leave Back yonder 40 years ago-on'j Miss Powell Attends'F.
County May 17, 1922 to be exact-when;'!| New Sugar Bill Has

For Marine ServiceDavid the Bank of Pahokee was chartered \VaringVorkshop

Millage A Frog Hair and opened for business, the 38 Pet Increase To
courageous and optimistic directors -
Fountain, W. M. (Bill) Miss Margaret Powell left last
Johnson, Jr., James R. McElhenny, had no idea that the fledgling i week for Delaware Water Gap, Pa.
Split & QuarteredCounty financial institution would this
on Mainland SectionThe
James Bryant and James R. (Ron- Ito attend Bandleader Fred Waring's -
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very day in 1962, have more than |( Music Workshop for two
nie) Gambles who have volunteered $10,000,000.00
on deposit.
j|weeks. Following the Workshop,
Commissioners :Monday for four years in the U. S. Ma- The Bank of Pahokee has ani Senate completed congres-
{:Miss Powell plans to visit friends
adopted a tentative 1962-63 budgetof rine Corps, will leave to' "enviable banks
reputation
Sunday report among
New sional the
in Jersey and attend some action on new sugar
, $12,077,000 that will require no for training at Parris Island,I in Palm Beach County in that it is I plays in New York Enroute
City. measure with a 54-12 vote after
increase in taxes next In fact
year. S. C. the "Oldest Bank in Palm Beach
home she to visit relativesin
expects long debate.
the new budget will actually result The young men, who are leaving I County" The reason for this is that Alexandria
: and Richmond, Va.,
in a slight cut in taxes as far under the "buddy system", are all all other banks in the county went I Hardly had the votes been tar-
and in Columbia, S. C. On her trip
as the commission is concerned.The 1962 graduates' of Pahokee High broke during the 1925-26 real lied before Democratic leader Mike
to the north she
Board based its budget on a School and enlisted under the Ma- estate boom and the local institu-. was accompaniedas Mansfield moved to alter it by pro-
far as Carrollton, Ga. her
$910 million tax roll submitted by by viding an additional allotment of
rine Corp 120-day delay enlistment tion under the guiding hand of an
sister-in-law Mrs. C. E. Williamsand
County Tax Assessor Edgar W. program. ultra-conservative banker E. G premium-price sugar for Western
children, Tim, and
Maxwell. It set the Tommy nations which
tentatively Kilr trick. Jr., cashierweathered Hemisphere felt
Kay.
budget so it would have to levy a the financial storm. they were being short-changed. He
tax millage of only 6.890 mills. Present day patrons of the bank proposed to achieve that throughan
This is two-thousandths of a mill I Sugar ExpansionMay will be happy to know that two of I I Hospital Taxes amendment to a minor bill al-
less than last year when the 6.892 the organizing directors of the ready passed by the house.
millage applied to a $850 million I bank still live in PahokeeFrankFriend The new legislation will increasethe
tax roll.. Last year's budget was Bring Use OfChobeeWaterway and O. B_:McClure. The late Can Be LoweredWith mainland cane quota from

$10,447,000 of which $5.8 million Dr. W. H. Lair and Homer Vivian some 715,000 tons to 895,000 tons,
L was produced by ad valorem taxes. wre members of the board of the or about 37.8 per cent. It also pro-
ff, Next year $6.2 million will be new bank 40 years ago. the new valuations and increased yides .fpr'art annual increase of
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collectible in taxes. The balance I The local bank has enjoyed four assessments in the Glades'the about 26,000 tons for the next 4%

the budget comes from state, fed- Expansion in Florida sugar pro- decades of financial success and two hospital districts have an years.
eral and other sources of revenue. duction may launch a boom in today it is under the direction of opportunity to lower their tax mil- Florida will get a good share of
The proposed budget included barge shipments through the Okee President Rupert Mock, Vice Pres- lage this coming tax year, if they this increased quota because of its
nearly every item proposed by the chobee cross-state waterway, industry ident Julius Moon, Asistant Vice elect to do so. In the Pahokee hospital tremendous expansion during the
j five County Commissioners. leaders say. President Martha McIntosh, Cash- district the present millage of past year. Florida sugar cane
I Maxwell's tax roll listed homestead Sugar producers are planningto ier Gene McIlwain and Assistant 4.25 mills will raise $22,000 more plantings have jumped from some
and personal property exemptions ship by barge to New Orleans, Cashier Frank Gillis. On the boardof tax money than the same' millage 65,000 acres in 1961 to nearly 140-
at $230 million, $17 more Savannah, Ga., or New York. directors are: Mrs. McIntosh, raised last year. 000,acres this year.
than 1961's total. It is expected the Access to the Gulf from Lake Mr. Mock, Mr. Moon Mr. Mcll In the Belle Glade hospital district "This is an industry which is
number of homesteads in the county Okeechobee is by the Caloosa- wain, WPB Attorney Bob Ernest the 4.25 millage used last pouring more than $100 million

. .. will total 50,000 when 1962 fig- hatchee River, and to the Atlanticvia and Lewis Friend, a son of one of year would raise $29,000 more than into our state in new capital out-
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ures become available.For the St. Lucie Canal."I the bank's founders. the same millage raised last year. lay, and will increase our payrollby
the next two weeks the com- have been approached by a I The bank statement being pub- Directors of the two hospitals $10 million," said Conner.

mission will sit as a Board of large national barge transportfirm lished today reflects 40 years of I I have an opportunity to stay in line .
(Continued On Page 2)) about providing dockage and steady growth under conservative, with other taxing agencies in the

repair services," said Luther Lowe, efficient, capable and courteous I county this year by reducing their
operator of a $100,000 marina on, management. Until a few short I millage. Pahokee Firemen
the Lake Okeechobee south shore. : months ago the bank was under The Port of Palm Beach has announced
Boltons Vacation at Clewiston. ( the personal direction of President a tax reduction and the Get New TruckPahokee
"With vast new fields coming 1 Harry M. McIntosh who came here Board of County Commissioners on
Last Until July 30 into harvest and new mills nearing i from Wauchula nearly 30 years Monday announced a slight- reduction -
completion, the shipping of sugar I ago to take over the bank as presi in tax millage for the com Fire Department has

from here by barge could get underway dent. ing year. stepped up its efficiency with anew
. Bolton's Rexall Drug store in as early as this fall." Strength of the bank is shownin I Below are the figures in the hospital ultra-modern. fire truck which

..' Pahokee will close on Saturday Harry T. Vaughn, president of 1 the following figures taken from districts arrived this week. The new John
It night, July 7, for three weeks while the 'U. S. Sugar Corp., at Clewis the recent report made to the State Northwestern (Pahokee) Hospital Bean Combination truck is equipped -
?, Mr. and Mrs. John Bolton enjoy ton, reported recently that the Comptroller on June 30, 1962: District-Tax roll 'increased with a high pressure volume
initiated U. S. break, Stock _...... $5,299,726 to 1962 total
their annual vacation. The store boom, by the Capital $ 100,000.00 a of $22- which will reduce the water damage
will be opened again on Monday with Cuba, has jumped from three, Surplus ....._.___-:..... 250,000.00 945,982. The mill rate, 4.25, raised to property.
morning, July 30, Mr. Bolton said. mills and 33,000 acres three years Undivided Profits 143,725.51 $74,995.50 last year, this year "This is something new in fire-
For prescription customers Mr. ago to 12 mills built or being built, Deposits ._.._._ 10,049,689.01 would produce $97,520.50.Southwestern fighting equipment in this sec-
and to 140,000 acres of Believing that investedin (Belle Glade) Hospital "
Bolton said that Prescription sugarcane. money 1 Udn, Fire Chief Marvin Levins
Pharmacist R. P. Fletcher of Pa- Some firms are building refin- United States Bonds is as safeas District-Tax roll increase of said in commenting on the new
hokee will be in the store each eries and Lowe said barge exports "old wheat in the mill" the bank I$6,718,689 to a 1962 total of $35.-1 truck. *

morning from 8:30 a. m. un 12:30 would likely include finished prod, management has more than $7- 818,875. The mill rate, 4.25, produced "The high pressure volume produces -

noon. Patrons of the store are ask. uct as well as raw sugar. 500,000 in that particular kind of $123,675 last year, this year [ a'fbg which cuts down on the
ed to go to the Bacom Point street "They can save money by barge security. They have well over a would bring in $152,230.75. amount of water necessary to extinguish
i side door and enter there for their shipments to centers such as New million loaned the growers and I, a fire. An ordinary fire

prescriptions during the vacation Orleans for further distribution by business men of the Glades Farming Power To which would require some 200 gallons
period. rail," he said. Section and are keeping nearly'Two Company ; of water can be extinguished
"Also a lot of the raw sugar will million cash on hand just in with two or three gallons with the
go to refineries in Louisiana, although -! case you want to draw out a few Erect New Building ;new fog method."

Mrs. Spooner Flies To some may go east and up dollars now and then as summer He estimates' the new method
the Atlantic to refineries at Savannah rolls on.HOME. will cut water damage as much as
Visit Her RelativesMrs. or to distribution ports suchas Florida Power and Light Com 50 per cent.

New York City." FROM GEORGIA J pany has awarded a contract fora In addition to the high pressure
Doris Spooner took a jet The U. S. Sugar Corp. is expected Mrs. Frank Tillis and" her par- new building in Belle Glade. pump the truck,has a booster pump-
flight from Miami, last weekend, to to continue sending its raw ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Batchelor, Hunter Tschirgi, West Palm with a capacity of 500 gallons of
Seattle Wash for a reunion with sugar by rail to refineries at Savannah have returned from a trip to Geor- Beach, waS low bidder at $64,800for water per minute.
her relatives whom she hadn't seen but other firms are definitely gia where they visited relatives in a building.The "The pumps can be used in com-
in eight years. She is visiting her interested in shipping by Albany, Blakely and Brunswick. building will be used as a 1 bination or separately, which actually -
mother, Mrs. Lewis Olsen, and two water, Lowe said. They were accompanied home by central point for the company's 1 gives us two trucks in one,"
sisters and two brothers. While in A $42 million program of widen- his sister, Mrs. Irene Johnson of equipment and rolling stock. ]Levin said.
Seattle, she will attend the World ing and deepening the waterway Blakely. Ga.. who will also visit im The department now owns three
Fair. Enroute home she plans to for 53 miles between Lake Okee-I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Batchelor in Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cross were trucks which has stepped up its
visit her father, M. W. Goss in Los chobee and Fort Myers is currentlyin Pahokee, and Mr. and Mrs. Jake the Sunday guests of Mrs. H. B. 4 efficiency considerably. The new
Angeles Calif. process.' Newman at Lake Newman. Miller in West Palm Beach. ,truck' cost approximately 16000.



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This is the place to come, because we Save as much as you can regularly. i
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Canal Point, Florida: as Second Class:Matter just what to do to see that your loan is quickly regularly so your savings will grow even ;'

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County BoardX3ut .Next Tuesday,Set- +:t EVERGLADESFEDERAL ::1:f:'


( (Continued-.From ,Page) For Circle Meetings Savings And Loan Association +}

Equalization to hear complaintsfrom I
The circles of the Woman's Mis- ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.
persons who feel their prop J.
sionary Union of the Pahokee First 40 S. W. AVENUE "B" BELLE GLADE PHONE WY6-SO67
erties are unfairly assessed in comparison I
Baptist Church will be held Tues-
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Several owners
property !appear
The Lottie :Moon Circle will
ed Monday to air complaints but I
meet at the home of Mrs. W. A.Keen Miss cash and a television set by Philco,
nearly all were referred to Maxwell Dorothy Hatton Sarasota Is Site
at 3:00 p. m. with Mrs. Car trophies and other gifts.
to discuss their problems fur- rie Unwin as co-hostess. The Faye' Home From Sorority For Beauty Contest "We plan to send Miss Floridato

ther.Although the commission's ,bud- Taylor Circle,meeting will be with Meeting Hot SpringsMiss the Florida Showcase in New
get allows a decrease in the mill- Mrs. Lois White at 8 p. m., and the SARASOTA Miss Florida of York City where she will help pro-
Grace Jernigan Circle will meet 1962 mote tourism, industry and agri-
age, this doesn't necessarily mean Dorothy Hatton, daughterof to be selected at Sarasota
with Mis. J. L. Humphrey, Sr.,
culture. We will be able to arrange
an overall tax cut for county. prop- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hatton, returned July 7, will be designated as the
530 E. First St. The I
meeting placeof personal appearances for her on
erty owners. home Sunday, June 24, number one traveling ambassa-
the Betty Mills Circle will be an- she
television where can
radio and
Other tax-levying bodies suchas from the Delta Zeta Sorority national dress for the Sunshine State and
the School Board and the various nounced later. convention held at the Arl- given a $1,000 contract. This new I give"the Florida message to mill-
and inlet districts, addition to her honors ions, Jarrard said.
hospital ington Hotel in Hot Springs, Ark. was an- .
must still set their budgets basedon CommunicationTo She attended as a delegate of he; nounced by Wendell Jarrard, Com- -
new 1962 assessments of prop- Delta Zeta Chapter at Florida missioner-Director of the Florida Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones visit-

erty in their areas. If budgets are : All Canal Point Water Southern College where she serves Development Commission. ed their son-in-law and daughter.Mr. .
kept at 1961-62 levels, the in- Customers as president. She met with 421 del- I Additional prizes for the new and Mrs. James W. Bailey and

creased property valuation may United States Sugar Corporation I egates representing the Sorority's I Miss Florida include $2,500 in family at Vero Beach, last Satur-

provide enough of a base so that 142 college .chapters, and 210 scholarships by Pepsi Cola, $500 ink day.WANTED.
is
building a new water plant
the various millages can stay,where ,alumnae chapters for a five day
along
they are.Maxwell. with the Bryant Sugar House meeting which incorporated train- T t f '\ltI.ir\1ir\1ir\1Iir\1m'Irnrro'rTI; : m T "':'"'\f1' frolf/wmflrTIf" \.,,"'\ "' "f! l'
said the increased,,valu- facilities which will furnish waterto ing in leadership and citizenship., .
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ations resulted from constructions: Bryant! Village and Pelican Delta Zeta Sorority leads all national -
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throughout the county and also Lake Village, as well as the sugar social sororities in number ,!

from ,his continuing efforts,' to house. ; of college chapters and has held
equalize all properties ,at'60 percent I It will therefore not be neces- this lead for more than eight years.

of market value.Demonstration. i I sary that we operate the Canal The area of operation in Delta FOR PRE-HARVEST WORK
Point Water Plant for our own Zeta's philanthropic programs was I

In use. Through the years we have I strengthened at the convention IN

been serving, as a matter of con- [with added emphasis being placed
Satellite Uses venience, a growing number of on aid to the hard-of-hearing and I SUGAR CANE AND OR -
customers with water for homes to patients suffering from Han-
Southern Bell Manager, Bob and businesses in the Canal Point sen's disease at the United States
Lee, of Belle Glade, announced today area. In order that there will be no Public Health Service Hospital in I VEGETABLESGOOD

that a demonstration featuring interruption of service and that Carville, La. Each college and I :

the use of satelites for overseas you may continue to be served with alumnae chapter emphasizes com- WAGES STEADY WORK J

communications will be'shownto water we are selling the Canal munity service locally as well as ,

the public at the KOKO Motel, Point Water Plant and Distribu- nationally. INQUIRE NOW !
Cocoa Beach, on July 6 through- 8. tion Lines, effective July 1. 1962, Delta Zeta presented Creighton

The demonstration ,is, jointly ,.to Canal Point Utilities, Inc.. P. O. Walker, Washington, D. C., Execu-
sponsored by the Southern' Bell Box,357. tive Director of the American
Telephone Corn.pany"ajic B ll'T ele- The invoices for water service Hearing Society with a check for

phone Laboratories. It: ;#'!modelft i I that' 'you have received for water $2500 as the initial step in enlarg- Florida.State:Employment Service ; I ,
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of earth station antennas which re- I used during the month of June ing the sorority's activity in the

lay a live television signal througha \ (and prior months, if unpaid) are hearing field. The sorority will be 41 Southeast Avenue I I
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working model of'the B'el'SyStem's'Telstax payable to United States SugarCorporation instrumental in the establishing of

: experimental communi9ation at their office in Bry- screening centers working in con-
; ( Belle Glade Florida,
satellite "Orbiting ant through July 10, 1962 at which junction with area major hearing I
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overhead* { I time_ _the .accounts will be closedend centers as a new step in the American .
Lee,said the demonstratlon'simUlates ; transferred to the new company Hearing' Society's expansion

'experiments that;wil be/ and such bills will be payableat program to aid more people.Th .

carried out with the 'real' Telstarsatellite the Water Plant or at such location Gertrude Hauk Fariss award, I .
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scheduled to be 'laitnched as the new water companyso in recognition of outstanding citizenship -

soon,on,a,Delta vehicle by'National designates. on campus or communitywas TY

Aeronautics and Space Administration :. When the, Bryant and PelicanLace presented at the convention to ,
at Cape Canaveral uader* Plantations begin receiving Beta Nu chapter at the Universityof Monday Cattle Sales *, ri \
a cooperative agreement. The Bell water: from the new plant the Canal Miami. The Arlene Davis Avia- T

System, will reimburse NASA 'for .Point Plant will have suffic tion Scholarship was awarded to i
the costs of launching and services. ient capacities to allow for much DiAnn Patello to further her education -I Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market

The demonstration' also sh'ows expansion and growth-of the Canal in the field of aviation. which is owned and operated by more than 120
alternate routing paths,;for''xld: Point area,which has not been possible -
wide communications, that 'would -in the past. RETURN FROM KANSAS Florida Cattlemen.
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be offered by an operational'satellite very tiuly yours, City Councilman, Lloyd Hundleyand You'll enjoy the, excellent service you receive here
communication systems cables, UNITED STATES 'son, John, returned by plane
at this Market. We make an effort at all times to givean
and radio. Other items being featured SUGAR CORPORATION. last Thursday night, from a Vacation : -
are a full-scale model' of John B. BoyExecutive trip to Kansas. Mrs. HundIey outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us

Telestar and display panels o(;.some Vice President and son Wayne, flew from Witch- a trial.

of the communications delerop- JBBpjw ita, Kansas on Saturday .to, Denver -
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ments that make such a Colo. where they were joined
feasible. CARD.OF THANKSWe by her sister, Mrs: J. E. Ise hart,
The demonstration" will be'open wish to thank our many and all continued to Seattle; Wash. SALES EVERY MONDAY AT I p. m. .

to the public in the Mikado Room friends for their kindness duringthe where they will visit Mrs. Isen-
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at the KoKo Motel, from 7.to"9,p. death of our mother-Mrs. hart's, son, H. E. Isenhart and at-

m. on Friday 10 a. m. to 8' p., m. Lobe Phillips in Wauchula. We tend the World's Fair. i i Glades Livestock Market=

on Saturday and 2:30 to 8 p.,,m. are, grateful for the many ,expressions -- ;
on Sunday. of sympathy and shall always Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lindrose,'I ASSOCIATION
remember the wonderful Jr. and family left Sunday'and are 1

: Mrs Arch Blakey.left yesterdayThursday friendliness during our hour of sor- vacationing at Juniper Springs.j On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road : I

( ) for Arapaho, Oklal.to: row. They also planned.to,visit.their,son, Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager !

visit her mother,. Mrs Nellie Nay-' DORIS SASSER Pvt. 1-c Jerry Lindrose,' who is'l I I'W
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. Page Fbur The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday July 0, 1962


Mrs. Glenn Andrew visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sheppard and H. F. Meade was able to returnto
Andrew, who is a patient at the daughter Hazel, have returned to her home after being a patientfor
f I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I!VA Hospital in Coral Gables. Mr. their home from a three weeks' several days at Everglades Me-

Andrew is improving after having vacation spent in Louisiana and morial Hospital in Pahokee.Mr. .
surgery last week. Alabama.Mrs. and Mrs. Jack Spencer haveas
t \ -I Mrs. Paul Sasser and son, James L. M. Collins has returnedto their house guests, this week,
, Mrs. LesliQ Hand and daughter Mrs. C. B. Jones returned to her
Paul, left Tuesday for a visit with her home fater being a patientat his brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
t -Billie have returned to their home home Tuesday after being the
Mr. and Mrs. Jack in Fair-
Phillips Everglades Memorial Hospitalfor and Mrs. Coleman Messer and son,
r. following a visit with Mr. and Mrs. guest of her son and daughterinlaw S.
fax, C. She will be accompaniedpart several days. of Tallahassee.
u Donald Hand and family in Jack Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Jonesin
way by her father who will

r'/I sonville. Clewiston. Alton returned Thurs-I return to his home in Wauchula. I-++- 11111 I' ; II"M"l 11II1111I11111 I M 1 111111 J 11111111 t
Mr. Mrs. from weeks
and James Gifford have day a vaca Homer Latham, who is stationedat
returned to their home in Canal relatives in Griffin and Dublin,
Ft. Benning, Georgia, in the U.
s Point after a visit in Tifton Georgia Georgia. I S. THEATRESP
Army, is the guest of his par-
Harold Jones returned to his ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Latham,
t. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Kirk of home in Clewiston Saturday after of Canal Point. LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
r- Pahokee left last Sunday for a two I spending last week with his grand-I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson and

weeks vacation to be spent with mother, Mrs. C. B. Jones, of Canal I,Mrs. Ollie Adams visited Mrs. Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
J: relatives in various places in Ala- Point. I:Ponce McDonald in St. Petersburg I '- 1
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r bama. I
Miss Sammie Lee Lanham of Miami and: other relatives in Tampa sev- 2 BIG FEATURES 1
r Mr. and Mrs. Gunter of
Wyman visited her parents, Mr. and ;eral days this week. SUNDAY MONDAY TTJKSDA
I
Atlanta, Georgia were the weekend Mrs. G. L. Lanham in Canal Point)I Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser of Pa- SUNDAYlIONDAYTUESDA1JULY F
!. of Mr. and Mrs. Paul 8-9-10
guests
I
during the weekend.Mr. hokee visited Mr. Fraser's mother JULY
8910"SPLENDOR
'-. Rardin in Canal Point.
and Mrs. Will Nason'of I in Largo during the past weekend. "THE WHITE
V Mr. and Mrs. Donald B, Kepp West Palm Beach were the Sunday I Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas will I IN WARRIOR"THE

visited Mrs. Letha Kepp during the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl-Max-: I be joined by Mr. and Mrs. Bob I 1
weekend. Mrs. Kepp is a patient at. GRASS" STEVE REEVES AND
son and Mr. and Mrs. Frank I Meirs of Miami Friday and they
the Palmetto Clinic in Wauchula.Mr. I II
r plan to spend the weekend at Cape GEORGIA MOLL
Friend. accompaniedhome I
They were
and Mrs. Lewis Pope andr NATALIE WOOD, WARREN
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their Nat, who had Coral and Ft. Myers. ALSO-
r by son I
boys:> of Pahokee are visiting Mrs.Pope's BEATTY AND PAT
.. been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. W. A. Raynolds was takento
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob HINGLE "The Steel Claw"ONLY
Earl Maxson of Canal Point for I I the VA Hospital in Coral Gables
Mathis, in Washington, D. C.
r Ronnie Bracewell was able to I several days. I I I Tuesday for treatment. I( I J 1 J I : J 1 1 J 1 J I I .I .J .1 .t .J I 1 4 I : I l+1 I M8M J 4Mi .M M 1 1 i t M-I- I

, return to his home after being a

J' patient at Everglades Memorial' .
" Hospital with a kidney infection.. .
'. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Norris and son, : .

s' James, of Cedartown, Georgia, are I. A FEW DAYS LEFT v .
. the guests this week of Rev. and ,
; Mrs. C. D. Stewart of Canal Point. : -

,L. Mrs. Bill Davenport and daughters .t4 FORD DEALER
of Brandon have returned to
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r their home after several weeks

i' visit with Mr. and Mrs.. L. J. Fraser -

,_ of Pahokee. : : : .
Mr .and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux

;. plan to visit their granddaughter, OJ ER LE
r :Mrs. Ulmer and Mr. Ulmer in

j Clearwater during the weekend. :=:::: : ':::.
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) Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maxson and O

daughters Sue and Brenda, of Ca- V .

_. nal Point are visiting relatives in s
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Louisiana.Mr. .
and Mrs. James Gibson and "\

daughter, Jamie, of Canal Point
have taken an apartment for a
week at Riviera Beach.
Mrs. Donna Mae Shields of Wau
I BUT THERE'S STILL
chula attended the wedding of her I -
niece Miss Jill Mcllwain Sundayand
TIME TO SAVE BIG
is remaining for a visit with I

Mr. and Mrs.. 'E. F.. Mcllwain r of, .1
Pahokee.Mr. ;

and Mrs. Chandler Mcllwain '
of Ft. Lauderdale were the week- M W I
: end guests of his parents, Mr. and J
U CALUIE/SM TOWN SOMW-Whitewill tires and wheel covers optional at extra cost
Mrs. E. F. Mcllwain, of Pahokee.
Mrs. Mcllwain served as matronof a

honor in.the. Mcllwain-Pitts GALAXIES! BIG-SIZE SAVINGS ON A IFORD! ( .
wedding Sunday.
Kenneth McIntosh spent the
weekend in Naples where he serv- .
ed as best man in Boyd Vorhees'

wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. James Miller have
returned to their home from a y
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week's stay at Salerno.Classified .

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SUGAR BOOM is sure to hit. If '; SPORTY NEW FALCON! SAVE EVEN ON THIS :
you have a spare room or two for :
rent, why not place an 'ad in this .. LIVELY NEW FALCON SPORTS. FUTURA. .
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column and watch results. A phone : '. ...and enjoy your new ; .

:'t':" call and- $1.00-" will get the- .job done. < : ;' t;.. r : -.. ?1i,; .Ford.all .summer)long). "v" .,f/i: : ':: ,}.

-ROOMS ARE NEEDED almost .. ., f !4
We're still
y : r pricing'low and
daily. If you' advertise in this : :.. .. : } '. ;". ,

-classified column folks will know ; --.1- ., i, A.. i .,, ;: < .j trading high to keep our .. : :;: .
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where to find that spare room.
sales going strong! Generous
Send $1.00 and copy for your ad to .
The Everglades News, Canal Point, -. finance terms! Don't

Fla I -- Jw, S pay a cent for 6 weeks.We'll r
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FOB SALE: New and used WillysJe -'. .
I
pa. Walter Ashley'a Garage even give you up to
in Belle Glad. Phone 3053. 'eta FlrrAl[..IftIn1C81P'NUt"' a.Ntd'swda i
Oct. 17-04-ch. $300 in cash if your present
SPORTY NEW FAIRLANE! SAVE EVEN ON THIS has
car a' high enoughtradein
Fifteen DollarsThat LIVELY NEW FAIRLANE 500 SPORTS COUPE!
t value I !
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hall you need to have a new
home built on your lot. For further
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details call HUNT REAL, ESTATE' -.
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HOMES FOR SALEWill ,1


payment build for homes families with who no down own I! YOUR PRESENT CAR DOESN'T HAVE TO BE PAID FOR TO TRADE AT r.D.A. :

lot, or can buy a lot. Paymentsas M
low as $50.00 a month. Write
Pahokee Motor H
Lacy Brame U. S. Homes Rep- Company .
resentative, P. O. Box 218, Pa- ,
latka, Florida. t Phone 924-7126 Pahokee, Florida
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FOR RENT Rooms, Light Housekeeping -
: ;Lucky Star Dude Ranch .. ,. ', -i.'r i kl; : : .' ;:''''i. ..;,;, .. ''1 'If.... ..... ., '..J'r -.IIIfi: .
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,:Friday July 6, ,1962.- The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida p FIT.
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See Florida 'This Summer Dunckleman Back
Travel Tax Will


Famed Ridge Section Offers Magnificent Scenery From LouisianaPreston H. Dunckelman research Be Reduced By U. S.


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J JI r r n A Y r' / Sugarcane Field Station at Canal Paul
I rr, .i/r 6r,7.v s ysy Congressman G. Rogers of
y fyy/yiy Point, returned last week from a West Palm Beach said today that

( a = u ? z4y week's official travel to Louisiana.On I' he was pleased that the tax now
this trip, he visited with other placed on personal transportationwould

sugarcane research workers at the be reduced and eventually

Federal Sugarcane Experiment repealed. His remarks were basedon
I Station in Houma and at the Lou- the House of Representatives

I isiana State Experiment Station in accepting the Conference Reporton

1 Baton Rouge. While in Houma, he the 1962 Tax Rate Extension

made a report on last year's

sugarcane breeding work at the Act.Under present law, personal

Canal Point station to a meetingof transportation taxes equal 10 per-
I
the Contact Committee of The cent of the fare. The legislation

t v xs American Sugar Cane League. Approximately approved by the House would totally -
250 Louisiana sugarcane repeal the 10 percent tax on

p growers were in attendance all forms of transportation exceptair
' r I at this meeting at which a num- travel after November 15, 1962.

[ ber of experiment station workers The tax on airline tickets would be
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reported on their research findingson I reduced to 5 percent on that date

/ sugarcane during the past year. until June 30, 1963, at which timeit
r r too would be repealed. These

taxes were imposed during World
rI Record Cash Take War II to discourage unnecessary

I travel

From State Racing Rogers introduced legislation to
I. repeal these taxes and said he was
particularly pleased to see that

I TALLAHASSEE-State Comptroller provisions of his bills were incorp-

) dwa Ray E. Green reported to- orated in this final legislation.
I Rogers said, "As a Representative -
I day the current racing season has I
i produced the largest amount of i from the State of Florida,
revenue ever received by Florida's I where the economy of our State is

167 I counties from the state racetrack I dependent on economical, rapid
I I tax. transportation I am very pleasedto

I The total is $201,800 per county see these tax revisions. They will
rI -Florida State New Bureau Photo
I and was reached today with the result in lower travel fares, which
J I Sparkling lakes and miles of rolling citrus groves help make a trip through Florida's famous final distribution of checks for can only encourage more transpor-

ridge section a scenic treat that will be long remembered. Although the view from the highway is magnificent $9,300 which are being mailed to tation to our State".

Ir I many people also like to see areas like this from Citrus Towers located at Clermont and Lake each county.A This legislation, now adopted by

j 4J'( Placid. The ridge section is another reason Governor Farris Bryant and the Florida Development total of $1,520,600 was received both the House and the Senate, is

Commission are urging Floridians to vacation in their own state this summer by the counties from race track now awaiting Presidential signa-

I f taxes during the fiscal year 1961- ture before becoming law.

" CIRCLE MEETING Mrs. Sarah Thomas is visitingher I Allan Pope has gone to Missis- I 62, Green said, as compared with I .
''j The regular monthly meeting of brother W. O. W. Pankey in sippi to visit relatives. Enroute $12,569,200 distributed during the

the lone Patterson Circle of the Baton Rouge, La. and other rela- home he plans to visit friends in previous fiscal year. Each county Personal ItemsOscar
Canal Point Baptist Church will tives and friends there. Enroute to Atlanta. received $187,600 last year.
.
be held at the home of Mrs. J. D. Louisiana she was the guest of Mr. The total received by each coun

Latham Monday, July 9 at 3 p. m. and Mrs. George Arceneaux at Mrs. J. V. Chastain is visiting ty since the tax went into effect in Chastain of Thomasville
Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux will present Biloxi Miss former residents of relatives in New York City for 1931-32 is 2642648. The first Ga.,,was in the area for a couple of

I[ the program. Pahokee. several weeks. check received by each county for days this week attending to busi-
I
1931-32 was $9,226. ness. Mr. Chastain and family

} With exception of World War U formerly lived in Canal Point.

I : T years, the freeze and a national recession -
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Sellers of
of 1958 which the I I
crippled i
Pahokee spent the past week end
state's tourist industry, and a :.
visited
in Gainesville where they
Rcture of slight drop in fiscal 1960-61, there their daughters, Martha and Linda,
has been a steady increase in rev-
a who are attending College. Whilein
i enue from the race track tax
source.. that accident section when they another had a slightcar car

t Each received total of
county a
bumped into the rear of the Sellers
[+ $33,100 in 1940-41, but the end
'f .. by car, causing quite a bit of damage.Mr. .
.., of 1942-43 it had skidded to $13-
_> I I and Mrs. Paul Rardin are

I 800.The home from Glennville, Ga., wherethey
.. .
revenue topped the $100,000
...... I I attended the wedding of Miss
..s.; ., .- mark for the first time In 1951-52,
.. Kay Seckinger and Wyman Gunter
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when each county received $112-
J .. of Atlanta. The young couple spent
000. The second highest year was
,1' their honeymoon in Nassau and
M 1959-60 when each
county received stopped by the Rardin home this
: V $188,700.The week on their return to Atlanta

state's general revenue fund where they will make their home.
: also received approximately the Mr. Gunter is associated with Co-

,t : same amount from the race track lonial Stores.R. .
: tax as did the counties in 1961-62.
J' .fi... -__- FI' J. Slmonson returned to his
home here last Friday, after
4N 7 spending several weeks in a West
VISIT IN FT. PIERCE
I Palm Beach hospital.
I Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr., and
Louie and Jerry Gold and Ray
daughter, Terri, left last Saturday
I Cagni of Miami are spending sev
to spend ten days with her parents
Sure sHs old eral weeks in Guadalajara, Mexi-
a grand flag
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelley in Ft.

\ That's why we salute.her. s Pierce. She was accompanied I by co.Mr. '
and Mrs., Ban Padgett".and'
That's her. her sister. Miss Madeline Kejley}
why we pledge allegiance to
; children, Gordon and Nancy arriv- .
: '._ 4.
and Miss Linda Landing of !IFt.
That pledge in Its almplet.t terms, Pierce who had been the house I I ed in.Pahokee, last. Friday from .
it another way of saying "Count me ,! + rF ; Hamilton, Ohio, to visit relativesfor
-. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomasfor
in.You're my country and I love you three weeks. 1! two,weeks. .
and need you. Your problems ar Mrs. Abe.Dobrow left Saturdayto
I my problems, and I'm with you :b"f visit Dr. and Mrs. Saul D. Rot
all the way." SUMMER IN NORTH CAROLINA ter in West Palm Beach for a

l Your country's biggest single I4 Mr.. and Mrs. Sam McKinstry, week. Before returning home, she
3 problem is the perpetual responsibility ;1 Jr. and family are spending the will also be the guest of Mr. and

for keeping the peace its people [' e summer at Arapahoe, N. C. wherehe Mrs. Nathan Zelmenoitz at Ft.

) want. You can help with this tw,1, is engaged in the produce busi- Pierce.
J problem by remembering this: l ness with the S. M. Jones Co. En- Miss Martha Jo Allen has returned -
route from Florida, they visited to Ft. Myers after visitingher
I Peas cost money. Money for her son. Airman 2-c Benny Baxterat cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
military and industrial strength.
Shaw Air Base, S. C. Wroten, for several weeks.
for science and education.
Money
Last Saturday morning, Frank
.
And saved by individualsby -
money Rozelle visited his brother, John
to help keep the TO BUSINESS COLLEGE
you- economystrong.
Rozelle, at a Hollywood hospital
Bonds provide this money. Miss Betty Johnson of Canal
where he is slowly recovering from
Goad PrIM VTHmn-N Uo_.l Nmp...r SupdMC CMrtmtr Point plans to leave Sunday to enter -
Matt H.Miav-AMl a heart attack.
Charron-Williams Business I Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser and

Help Strengthen America'sPeace Power College in Miami where she plansto grnddaughter, Debbie Davenportof
study to become a legal secre I Brandon, plan to visit Mr. and

tary. Mrs. H. A.Lee in Marianna duringthe

Buy U. S. Savings Bonds FO GAINESVILLE I i weekend. -

Mrs. M. C. Carter and Mrs. C. B.

Stringari plan to leave Sunday to! t
I NOW PAYING 3S INTEREST attend the Home Demonstration

short course at the University of
_.. .k... Tin l/JBL Oetwiuncnf Jot not pay for thi*edi-trtving.The Treasury DepartnmU tihaftU.ftr Florida in Gainesville five days I
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MethodistChurch The Church Of God Canal Point First WILL CLOSE \

-Pahokee Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Baptist Church I

I Point Road NIGHT OF JULY 7th -
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Elder R. E. Barfield j

SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor SUNDAY:
9:45 a. m.-church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School

11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service 11:00 a, m.-Morning Worship ANDRE-OPEN I
6:45 p. .-MYF '7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. II

7:45 p. .Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday V.L\B. 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship I

I TUESDAY 7:00 p. :m. Vesper Choir prac .Everyone 8oo.p. m.welcome.Thursday-W.M.B.Special music WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.-Midweek: Prayer Monday Morning July 30. I

ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. Service II
: 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: I

7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions Church Of God, 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary
8:30 m.-Senior Choir Meeting.
p. practice
Barfield .. ..
Highway I

I ._ Jill Mcllwain Weds A registered pharmacist will be in the. '

Pahokee Fla.
Canal Point J. W. Hughes, Minister store from 8:30: a. m. until 12:30: p. m. to i
Baptist ChurchRev. Phone 924-3736 Sheppard Pitts Jr.

SUNDAY: fill prescriptions. Come to the side door

Charles D. Stewart, Pastor 9:45 a. .-Sunday School
SUNDAY: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Miss Mary Harriet (Jill) Mcll for this service. Thank you.
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 p. m.-Evangelistic Ser- wain daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship viceTUESDAY Eugene Franklin Mcllwain, of Pa- I
6:30 p. m.--Training Union : hokee and Sheppard Miles Pitts I
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. .-Prayer Service Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard agsMHysiyHUiays MSAU "l

WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY: Miles Pitts, Sr., of Belle Glade were --
7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ married Sunday at 4 p. m. in the ,
ServiceChristian Pahokee First Methodist Church. Teenagers Hurt under control and causing an accident -
.
The couple repeated their nup-I In Scooter Crash
The Pahokee ChurchOf
Science tial vows before Rev. Robert A., The two youths were taken to

The NazareneRev. Shelley pastor of the Canal Point | Everglades Memorial Hospital.
Group Of Canal Point Methodist Church. The altar was I Two teenage boys were' injured McKinstry suffered a broken foot

decorated with arrangements of I when their motorscooter collided and Culberson severe head lacera-
Max D. Jones Pastor Communion services will be held
white mums and gladioli against a J with an automobile at 12:50 p. m. tions, a hospital spokesman said.
433 Bacom Point Rd.
at Christian Science chur-
Sunday Both suffered cuts and bruises.
bank of and fern.
882 palms Monday, Police Chief Leon Guthrie
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box I
ches the world.
throughout Robert O. Lampi, soloist was ac- ,I reported. Culberson is the son of Mr. and
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Keynoting the Lesson-Sermon Mrs. W. E. Culberson and :McKin- .
at the Miss
companied by
organ Billy McKinstry Jr. and Tommy
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
entitled "Sacrament" is the Golden -
stry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Myra Jones who also played solo
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship Culberson were traveling west on j
Text from the Bible (Galatians selections.Mrs. E. McKinstry Sr., both of Pahokee.
Main St. and when they turned
6:30 p. m.- Juniors "Ye all the children of God .
3): are -
7:00 Chandler McIlwain, sister- into Billys Boats and Motors 214 k
m.;Sunday Evening
p.
by faith in Christ Jesus. For as
Evangelistic Service in-law of the bride and matron of I E. Main St. a car, driven by Mario Mrs. E. E. Stanley and daughters -
WEDNESDAY: many of you as have been haptized" honor, wore a gown of aqua lace Alfonso of Allentown, N. J., also Cheryl, Karen and Kathy of
into Christ have put on Christ.
.7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer over taffeta with matching organza -! traveling west, struck the scooter. New Iberia, Louisiana, arrived
from "Science and
Readings I
meeting overskirt. She carried a Guthrie said eyewitnesses reported Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Grady
nose-I I
Health with Key to the Scriptures"by
"Where you are a stranger but gay of yellow sweetheart the boys turned in front of Echols and Terry of Canal Point
once." Mary Bake Eddy will include: twined with pearl drops. the car. However Alfonso was and Mrs. Dorothy Stanley of Paho-

"To keep the commandments of Bridesmaids, Miss Wynette Sheffield -I charged with not having his car kee for several weeks.
our Master and follow his example Miss Cyndy Friend Miss I
St. Peter's Lutheran is our proper debt to him and the -
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only worthy evidence of our grati-
Church Belle Glade Culberson wore gowns and car-
tude for all that he has done. Out- "
ried flowers' identical to those of
ward worship is not of itself suf- the matron of honor. YOUR; NEW HOME DESERVES

August Koerber Pastor ficient to express loyal and heart- Nancy Murdock, Donna Shields ,
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade
felt gratitude since he has said: Scottie Shields Karen Murdock

SUNDAY: 'If ye love me, keep my command- Diana Wood and Kathy Murdock,
Divine Services 11 A. M. M..1-
ments. ( 4))
p. all cousins of the bride as junior ti7i'
School 9:45: A. M. -
bridesmaids wore pastel dressesof
Invited organza-over-taffeta with lace
St. Mary's Catholic Citizens jackets. They carried nosegays.

Eugene McIlwain g a v e his
ChurchFather
ToHearFAUPres. daughter in marriage. The bride's

formal gown of white tissue taffeta pict :
Francis Fennech Pastor
encircled with wide bands of
Sunday :Mass 11:30 a. m. Organizations in Canal Pointare Alencon lace on net was fashioned

Confessions before. .. Mass invited to have their members .with a Basque waist. ''iV. flp1Jt-L.
attend the first address: to be givenin The elbow-length veil of French

The Methodist Church Palm Beach county by the new I illusion was attached to a crownof } # i r
president of Florida Atlantic Uni- iridescent pearls. She carried a s' [ ao
Canal Point FloridaRobert versity of Boca Raton Dr. KennethR. i cascade of orchids with streamers Z y l ,

Williams, when he speaks next I of sweetheart'roses I
A. Shelley Pastor Tuesday before the Palm Beach Ronald E. Marlowe, was best
SUNDAY: Kiwanis club. man. Ushers were Chandler Mcllwain -I

10:00 a. m.-Church School Frank Wright, Kiwanis president brother of the bride,
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship and long time friend of the Charles Hickman, Raymond Williams -
6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship new university president said "we and Jeff Thomas.

7:30 p. .-Evening Worship are delighted to have the privilegeof. Assisting at a reception in the

MONDAY: .introducing Dr. Williams by church social hall were: Mrs. Rob- -
',3:15 p. .-Youth Choir practice means of: his Kiwanis appearance ert Meyer, Mrs. Allan Fowler and

TUESDAY: July, 10., Mrs. Charles Hickman.The .
8100: p. m;-Woman's Society ," Many.citizens andimembers; of bride was graduated from

1st Tuesday vatious organizations in Canal Pahokee High School In 1959 and COtJJCRETE :M'ASOtjRY
2nd :MONDAY: Point who would like'to hear Dr. State
attended Florida, University
7:30 p. .-Esther Class meeting Williams will be heartily welcomed. and Palm Beach Junior College. I

WEDNESDAY: The luncheon charge will be $2. The bridegroom was graduatedfrom Because you'll want the best the most beautiful .
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting A reception will follow immediately Belle Glade High School in construction
the longest lasting materials in your new
his speaking engagement in or- 1954 and is now employed as bookkeeper home you'II naturally choose concrete masonry con-
First Baptist der that persons who wish may in the office of :Marlowe struction. It provides a home that is fire-safe economicalto

Church PahokeeGuthrie have the further opportunity of Produce Co., Belle Glade. keep up will out-last almost any other material-and
personally meeting the new uni- Following a trip, Mr. and Mrs. remain new-looking too! Build your home today! For
versity president" said Wright. Pitts will be at home on NW Avenue quality block precision made on Stearns equipment
W. Colvard Minister Wright one-time .Governor ,of
B in Belle Glade Sunday. see us today.
Sunday School-9:45 a. m. Kiwanis in Florida, and chairmanon --rAt
'MorningVorship11oo a. m. two occasions of Kiwanis In-
Lake Wales For CONCRETE BLOCK GIVES BUILDINGS A FUTURI
Training Union-6:45 p. m. ternational committees, said reser-
Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. vations should be made directly Miss Willis Wedding
Wednesday Prayer Service. with the Palm Beach Towers
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7:30 p. m. where the luncheon is to be held at Mrs. H. E. Unwin and daughter.
A warm welcome to all. 12 noon. Contract Larry Manning Miss Brenda will leave, today
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director of food service, the Towers (Friday), for Lake Wales, where

Holy Nativity at TE 3-5761.. Brenda will be maid of honor in
the wedding of Miss Linda Willisat
Episcopal ChurchPahokee Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer of the First Baptist Church on

Miami were the weekend guests of Saturday. Miss Unwin and Miss
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Willis were roommates at Jones

,'. Rev. L. Lossing Vicar Thomas Sr.. and attended the Business School in Orlando. Before PAHOKEE' FLA BZRrT1.E GLADE, FLA.
SUNDAY: :'I Pitts-McHwain.wedding on Sunday returning home Mrs. Unwin and
10a.m.-Sunday,School. ,. ., where-Mrs. .Meyer assisted with her' daughter will visit friends in PHONE 7185 PHONEWT 6&i

11:00_ a. m.-Worship Service the reception. Haines City on Sunday.



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