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 2, 1965
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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Chancellor Baptists PlanningFor I Whiskey Saloons Pensacola Museum Bryant Clewiston
New College Civil War Relics

--. a Moore Haven And
Asks Chiefs Job WEST PALM BEACH-Florida Lose Hours Battle PENSACOLA A recent addi-

Baptists are planning a new college Uon to the collection oflcivil War
Okeelanta FinishAnother
Pahokee ElectionGrady to be built in Palm Beach 'City l Belle Glade relics in the T. T. Wentworth, Jr

Gardens to serve students of aU r Museum of Pensacola,Isfa Confed

48 and faiths. The school will be known an Whiskey dealers n crate! torpedo found on a sunken
Chancellor, a of successful sugar cane
Florida Baptist College.John the City ship in the Gulf of Mexico at the
long-time member of the Pahokee grinding season is fast coming to
Belle took shellack
D. MacArthur of Clad a severe Pensacola C. F.
president entrance to Bay by '
police department has announced an end here on the shores of Lake
Bankers Life & Co. has ing at the polls Tuesday of this The relic presented -
Casualty Crooke, Jr. was
his intention of running for Chief citizens Okeechobee in Western Palm
site the ad- week when voted by more Mr. Crooke
the for ;
college to the
0 given museum by
of Police in the City of Pahokeeat Beach county and eastern Hendry
to the Palm Beach than five to one margin AGAINST in the water for 100<
jacent new The torpedo,
the annual election to be held county. Despite the fact that
Gardens interchange, of the !Sunshine longer hours for sale of liquor. The years Is probably the only one o/
May 4. Chancellor was on the police freeze damage in many parts of
to contain the hours they
fight as
State i existence. It one
Parkway. Its in was
force in Pahokee for 11 years type this cane producing area was the
the First
are at present was led by :
chairman is
used Confederates
Campaign general of the
in November, many by since 1941 have
before resigning i worst the growers
Belle Glade
Fred O. Dickinson Jr. former Baptist Church of Union
against the shipping pf
1964. The majority of the time he its Rev. Luther had a successful season and will
and pastor.
state senator and candidate for
served was under his brother-in- and Glade Ministerial forces. finish the Season well In the black.
law Chief Leon Guthrie. ""emor. Dr. Donald Warren the Btlle The Wentworth Museum Is open The Bryant mill of the U. S.
heart specialist, Is executive vice every Saturday and Sunday in
Mr. Chancellor said if elected Sugar Corporation closed down
Members the Commission

he planned to operate the police campaign chairman. of the money-raising : had Intimated of City that they Pensaqola and is. .free.. to the.. public. last week as did the huge mill at

force much in the same manner Clewlston operated by tho same,
would follow the findings of
used by Chief Guthrie. Especial I II election which was a straw ballot New Laws To Force concern.' Over In Glades countythe

emphasis will be placed on safety Milton Salvatore I affair and not official. It Is easy to Moore Haven Sugar House is

in the school zones, he said, point guess that the hours will now re- quiet this. week following a good
ing to the fact that for years and I main the same as they were before Drunken Driver season:

years there has not been a serious Installed RulerfifPahokeeElks the election: especially in the face Present plans call for Osceola
accident in either of the school I Farms :Mill east of Canal Point to
of the five to one I II !Off The Highway
,zones. ,I Itjwas t;$\ *I'plan io be the head of the department '" than f uf'years 'that an attempt urday night of this week The

if the good people see fit t I was made to change the opening' Pressure Is mounting for the Glades Sugar louse of the SugarCane

to elect me to this highly important Installation ceremonies: were and closing hours of liquor stores Legislature to give serious ,tonsld Growers Cooperative: will not
office," Mr- Chancellor said finish grinding for several days.,
held by the Pahokee Elks Lodge and taverns.
"and I will not leave the executive eration to passage of traffld meanurea Tentative plans call for completionon
Freeholders only were given a
duties of the office to some other last night and :Milton Salvatore chance to change the hours from designed to force the drunken April 9, 10, or 11th. No official

person nor will I delegate the official : was installed as Exalted Ruler of 8 a. m. until midnight, Monday driver,off the state's highways. day has been set by the concern.

duties of the office to some the institution. Robert Grafton, through Friday, with an extra State Insurance Commissionerand OkeelanU has completed its grind

lieutenant" I vice president of the Florida State hour on Saturday, to 7 a. m. openIng Treasurer Broward Williams ing for the ..eason.Su&ar .
In commenting further on his and its
Elks Association for ,the Southeast and 2 a. m. closing, except Saturdays :Tuesday urged passage of a measure cane production
candidacy for the police chief's'job to have lured -
promised profits seem
district, made the Installation when the one hour extension commonly termed the "implied
the recently announced can- of Mr. Salvatore and duly would again be allowed' consent" law which Is in force in many a muck farmer over from
didate said: "I respectfully solicit rowing vegetables to the production
elected officers of the lodge. at least 10 states.
the vote and support of the peopleof of sugar cane. Back two or
had been
Others Installed were: Robert His staff said It
Pahokee and offer them 11 three years ago when the sugar
years of diligent and conscientious McIntosh, esteemed leading To constitutional. boom was at its highest and land
Local for
Baptists the law provides
William B.
knight; Shirley, es- Briefly ,
service qualification
police as a drunken drlyea's eased for as high as $100 per acre
lifting suspected
teemed loyal knight Richard K. a
the office. I will greatly appreciate Then
everything seemed, rosy.
license until after an administrative
support and votes of those who Ames, esteemed lecturing knight' Hold( Week Revival the came the dawn. The facts of life
Fi A. Jensen, secretary; Gordon hearing by Department
have the and authority
power about the sugar deal brought many
is held.
of Public Safety
Hilller, treasurer Melvin Spooner
chief-the citizens of ;
elect the
back to reality that all was not
Pahokee. trustee for five years and Lewis The,Canal Point Baptist Church The practical effect of the law that
Cowart, tiler.Apppointive. eliminates going first to court on Cold
I is planning a revival for the week, Now that the shakedown cruiseis
officers were filled drunk ,driving cases by using
of ,April 18-25. The pastor announced -, over for the new producers, they
Ask Repeal Of Tag by Ruhr Salvatore. He named, Department of Public safety} pro
the following committeesfor ceedings.The are settling down to producing
William C. Darden, inner guard i
William S. Benton chaplain; Robert I making plans and preparations arresting officer determine, cane M 1( should 'be produced and
Increase out first hand that the
Tax iJLampi. Organist and Don for the revivals who should, take the, test at the finding
. Adams, ,esquire Those committees irei" as follows scenerff' a person..fakes.ttit:. test profits aren't, as long as promised

f .11,: .: TALLAHASSEE-- Thb Florida A chicken barbecue was 'held, PrayerrCornmlttee: ;;Deacon .' than-en" 'administrative. ,! heerlnr js.. Several the changes.have, been madeIn .
Conference of AAA Motor Clubs for the member and visitors 1m* Cecil, Clark, chairman, ,Gerry At. held., lineup of growers'of cane.

1 has called on the 1965 Florida Leg mediately following 'the installajtion kins, Buns Rodgers, Lucy Evans, Refusal, to take the test resultsin Ills week one producer has with more
than 400 sold his
acres cane
islature to assist Gov. Haydon ceremonies. Frank O'Connell. Inez Roger; Hospitality Commit the officer swearing out an
and leased his land term
Bums to carry out his campaign who handles the delectable foodsat tee: Dee Maxson, chairman, Joyce affidavit which is sent to the Department on a long

pledge to repeal the 1963 auto 11* the club, proved again that he is Arrieta. Marie Hughes Irma Martin : of Public Safety which ease. Much. more of this can be

cense tag increase and to roll back a past muter when it comes to and Maude Cross; Publicity: lifts the license.In expected i

tag issuance to the former 12- serving barbecue Deacon Alton Jones, chairman effect, refusal to take the .

month system. The annual Inaugural ball Is Louise Latham Louise Baker teat Is a presumption of guilt and

The AAA:also is backing a move scheduled for Saturday April 10. John Strayer and Charles Brown.: results In loss of the license untilat Easter To. Bring

for the central Issuance of duly The ball is to honor the new of Telephone Committee: DeaconJ. the administrative hearing the

ers' licenses, and is asking for ade flees and their wives. II. Bordeaux, chairman: VIrgie suspect can prove his innocence. '
quate and proper rest areas on w .- McCall, Juanita Bracewell Betty Also the practical effect is that Sunrise Service

Florida's Interstate highways. \VSC8 MEETING Scruggs and Roselle Bradley; Pro without chemical test to back him

These and many other proposalsare The Canal Point WSCS win motion Committee; Deacon Perry up a suspect will have a more than

contained in a program mapped meet in the Sunday School buildIng Hall,' chairman, J. G. Weeks, Ray difficult time in proving his Innocence The Easter Sunrise Service for

by the state's three AAA clubs Tuesday night at 8 p. m. The f jmond Martin Mettle Thompson .over a presumption of guilt the Canal Point community will

-the Peninsula Motor Club with program will be presented by Mrs.A. and Fay Ursry} Ushering'Commit -' .r--- be held on April 18. The complete

headquarters in Tampa the East R. Harrington with Mrs. E. H. tee: R. T Smith, chairman. Jim ON HONOR ROLL plans are not available at this
Florida Division of the AAA with Hollon hostess. I Glfford. A. T. Holt, James Gibson Mr and Mrs. Lon Wilson received ime.

headquarters in Miami and the and Arnold J> Scruggs. word this week from Dean
Mrs. Hooks will direct
St. Petersburg Motor Club- STANLEYS VISIT Prospects Committee: Deacon John 1.. Baxter of Andrew College Stanley

AU legislators State Cabinet Capt. and Mrs, Millard Stanley Grady Echols, chairman, Eliza Cuthbert, Ca.. that their daughter, I the combined choirs of the Canal

members and many other officialsand arrived Monday'for a week's visit beth Brown co-chairman, Nellie Miss Unda Wilson has been placedon Point Methodist and Canal Point

others interested in public with his parents Mr. and Mrs. ),f. Reuter Kathryn RardJn; Edyth the Honor Roll this quarter. To I Baptist Churches and will be accompanied

safety will receive copies of the P. Stanley. Capt. Stanley has been Smith and Edna Brown; Floral be eligible for the honor roll a student by Miss Sharon Johnson -

AAA program and will be urgedto attending a special program man Arrangements Committee: Rachael must have completed at least
push the proposals in the Legislature agers' school at Wright Patterson Scruggs chairman, Doris Cart* IS quarter hours with a "B" aver This will be the Second Annual

which begins April 6. AFB in Dayton, Ohio. er, Ruby Tucker and Annie Jones age. Easter, Sunrise.hIM 1 ,.Service.. '.
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Page Two The Everglades News, Caas1 Point, Florida 33438 _


I Polio Disappears

In United States 1

I Residents of Palm Beach County

were reminded today that ten -. -
Il i years ago on April 12, 1955, the Phone 996-2550
"safe, Phone 924-5511
: Salk vaccine was declared ,
effective and potent." Pahokee Belle Glade
Dr. V. D. Stone, Chairman of
the Medical Advisory Committee,
I said "We can give thanks not only SALES and SERVICE

for the safety nowadays of our

families, friends and neighbors,
but also that polio has virtually Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE disappeared everywhere else In

.laut .11" ft' ?t
Dr. Stone pointed out "that

THE EVERGLADES) ,NEWSServing year In Palm Beach County there ," '"
were no cases of polio: Ten yearsago ,

,, the Lake Okeechobee Farming\ Region'Without however, polio cases In the
Interruption Every Week for 4d Years I county totaled 23 and in the State"

Established March II, 1924 Published Every Friday of Florida there were 466 cases. ,
H added "that with the start of
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe under
mass vaccination nationally li
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office March of Dimes auspices in 1953, '
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter the incidence of polio began to turn for grilling,
downward, slowly at first and
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher.----i.! then with Increasing momentum .broiling, wT .

as more children received the Salk

Altar Society Holds vaccine. From a 1950-54 averageof braising.: ..
38J2T cases per year, the an-
Tuesday( .Meeting I nual ,level of vc 4ea ,followed a

downward trend ,to ;only 1,312 ,in a

St. Mary's' Altar Society met at I 1961, pf> which 988 were reportedas
the :home' of ,Ire. Frank Mueller, [paralytic. This represented>> a .
Tuesday'night.! A nominating cpm--'i I f drop of 97 percent and markedthe I

mitt conlpaaedc} ;, Mrs. \(Gorge I end of ,epidemic, polio in tha
Mrs. ''Rolando '''Sanchez Bruce Reid Sears
Geraghty, and of Ft. United States""In
and Mrs. Frank Mueller was ap I Pierce were the weekend guests of the decade since 1955," he

"". pointed by the president, Mrs. their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. said, "the number of cases ,of t

Charles Modecki. I I Homer Barnes. polio in this country has droppedmore
The voted to than 99 As result, y k
group present a percent. a
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Odom of
pin to each outgoingpresident, and I East Stroudsburg, Penn.. are the during 1964 only 121 cases of polio for roasting
expressed their regrets,in losing a were reported, a rate of less than ,
house guests of their daughter and
member, Mrs. Kenneth Rodriquez one per million population." boiling
family, Mr and Mrs. L. D Duke.
Who is leaving to make her homein ... >
Thibodoux: La. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Schroder and '
A letter from Father Feneckwas daughter of Lantana were the Brenda J. Ingram i j stewing....

read by Mrs.,Mueller expressing Sunday guests of his parents, Mr Weds J. W. OgleMiss rI
his appreciation for his recent I and Mrs. R. J. Schroder.

anniversary celebration, and ask Mrs. David Ramey of Cocoa, Brenda Joyce Ingram,
ing members to ,consider becom- spent this past weekend as th3 daughter of Mr. and Mr?. \J. W. a A
big members ,of the National guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ingram, 2640East, Main St., Paho-
Council of Catholic Women Mrs. Rupert Mock. kee, became the bride of James
Martha Pre no, Mrs. Charles :Mo- :
Miss Jann Plumer of Stetson WiUard Ogle of Pahokee, son of
deckl and Miss rMortha Batista
University, DeLand, is expectedthis Mrs. Vera Weaver of Plant City,
named to ihead, the dance
were week to"spent ,,the spring,holidays at the Church of God of Prophecyin
committee which will be held April
24th. with her parents, ,Mr. and Pahokee Saturday, March 20, at
Mrs. W. S. Plumtr., S p. m.The kfor.baking
... vows for the double-ring
Mr. and Mrs Joe Brown spent ceremony were read by Rev John: a
CLASSIFIED\ ,ADS PAY of this past week'visiting
Saturday Goodyear, pastor of"' the Glades
BIO DIVIDENDS Sanlbel Island. Baptist Church, as the couple frying, glazing...

stood before an altar ,decorated

A.mtnaffi from tht,Treasury of a fret peopt with baskets of white-gladioli and
pompons with potted palms in the

background.Miss .
Jean Kinard, vocalist, sang"I .
love You Truly" and 'Tell Me 'Sr

Why," accompanied by Mrs. Glen-
da Broome, pianist, who also play- ,r \,
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ed traditional nuptial music r ,
r Miss Retina Ann Ingram, sisterof :,
the bride, as maid of honor
wore a blue organdy gown and a I' "

pink carnation corsage :The drew, I'I'
of Ann jSlooaktr, 'flower t.
Phyllis ,_. IIh'! ,
girl, was the same color' and .a .ry f....,,).
fltyled ;lnulaly IP .Uwt of the !"
.I( mild,' at h/>nor. P : :1 : : /
Hqw tot The bride was given In marriageby .i ;fir'"

her father, Met gown ,of lace ', "
P ,,co ectl over taffeta had: a fitted bodice, \. t J'"
styled with high neckline and long I ..
l r' pKtwesef sleeves, and a full-length bouffant S,." \ (, ,
skirt The elbow-length veil of ), t ,,."' .
Presidents French Illusion iwas attached to a for all 'round '

for W..ajidfreedom1" crown of seed pearls. ,She carrieda ;, ; :f/
cascade,..bouquet of ,white carnations. .

,;" 1, r : :Dewey. Ogle;served his brother' : ..better. cooking...\ :, .|

.' ;"1 best man Richard Ingram and '\ I .. ,
Jerry Ingram, brothers of the .'"
: '4.l bride, ushers. the sure, easy, modern way
;; A' were for a kitchen that's I .
Mrs. Ingram chose for her I
daughter's wedding a sky blue cooler, cleaner safer". f'' I':
Each of the _seven denominations ..of .Strles E SavingiBondi ) two-piece suit Mrs. Weaver, moth for_precious peace-of-mind (.
.shows a different president of tbeJJnlted.Sta, es. 'Ifyou're er of the bridegroom also wore a I .,.get a flameless automatic... ':..
invested in this Wad of art, the seven m.ak.a!tics '
a two-piece suit of a darker shade ELECTRIC RANGE
ntctld .
t I I t" Along'wUh the, hobby, Savings Bonds offer such extras of blue. The corsages of both mothers You'll love itl! ,

investing, 33%ft more money at maturity, and were of pink carnations. ." .' i I)
ariskldu tdom for lour future. At the reception following the
But there'W other kinds of freedom tied ia with yourr ceremony at the home of the Se the handsome Ibla'f) ,::
Freedom to speak your piece bride's parents, Mrs Elaine Smith
r purchase.of Savings Bonds. t aid colon at your .
ehOO6l'JOur Job, and own your property, to name a few. was at the punch bowl pouring electric appliance dealerTHERE '
Every Bond you buy helps our government farther the while Mrs. Al Rhodes served por-
i II', cause of freedom everywhere in the world today. tions of the wedding cake. ,
Why not. start collecting: U. j Mr. and Mrs. Ogle are now at
"'' Saving Bonds now? Only'$ .' | '. :"I\ their home 2021 East Main SL
each for the George. '" .
8"1 Pahokee following a wedding trip.
':- variety, at your bank or on Par He is employed by Osceola Farms S NO MATCH
> v:; roll Savings where.you work. Company.

Keep freedom in your future with
coax NC
and Mrs. Freddy Clements
and daughter, accompanied by her .
brothers, Ernest and Steve John-
son spent this past weekend as
1'k1 VJ. 0.*-...., MH Ml p1 for 1."rein..,. the
: guests of Mr, dements
\ 1'k. Tntnt rv ,,.,/..,.. LM.k.1A.h.rt."I" c...... fF pareats
..4 IAU ..v".."" Iff' YNr s.trWN. 4..ti.. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Clements FLORIDA fQWU & LIGHT COMrAMV KEYS BUILD FLORIDAr
'=", at Fernandlna Beach.


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The Treasury explains why the new ones you, buy and the ones ,

you' own now are better than ever

Ck How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of the Bond ,

... ..., '', Ju With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.76 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the .. '
$25.00 fourteen months; faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide '"
Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses, while E Bonds build a :
mature,in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg.for the future. That's why many retired .. <,
I people hold fyBonds and famih'es saving for; say, a ',. tins r
With Series H Bonds the
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works out to 2H%f*.the first year and a'half;then H Bonds? ..,/"

\ a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. JU E Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50)), $100 /
Q b When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00)), $2O (cost $150.00)), $500 K

,M{, Ai June 1,1959. (cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00),
$10,000 (cost$7, 00.00). ,/,
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rate? Qt What if my Bonds .should be lost, stolen of d.. ,. '
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:Beads. .1+ \ "
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fcsagkiAst BoadI...... will they lap on eacn- by the Treasury If1 anything 'happens to you"

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Friday, April 2, 1965:
Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida 33136


11 I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I Announcement Of Local InterestOf Is WILLIE PASTRANO

Interest locally is an an- (world light.henvywelgl* champion)
nouncement that appeared in the

Mrs. J. V Thomas, Jr.. an
daughters, Terri and Kelly, returned turned Wednesday from January 22, 1965.: The groom-
Monday from several days' Ga., where they attended a dental I IconvflQtioo to-be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. quarts a day)

visit with her parents, .:Mr. and ,,,.. I Joe P. Parker of Canal Point and .. I
Mrs. Joe Kelly, in Ft ,Pierce. is a grad late o? PaHokce High HOW ABOUT yOU?
Joe Scroggin of Lake Worth School.

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harrington visited his father, C. Y. Scroggin, The announcement as it appeared rrsioo GOOD TO BE CJUST FOR./THE\OUNO

spent this past weekend In Tal- who is a guest at the home of his in the London paper was as fallows I

lahassee as the guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and : "The engagement is an- f.d A\ ( __

daughter, Miss Janette Harrington Mrs Russell'Maxson. announced between Joe Pasco 1 ,".._ ........ ..... .........

i I who IS: a student at F. S. U. Mrs. Dick Korbly and son have Parker, Canal Point, Fla., U. S. A., .. -
i returned to their from Good and Kathle.n Mary, only daughter" -- .. "-,"' "
Mrs. Elmer Maxson has returned j
I Samaritan Samaritan Hospital;. West Palm of .Mr. and Mrs. II J. Jones, SIGeetridge .1 :. ,
to her home from Good
Road, KingaUignton, ... ., '1-
I Hospital where she recently Beach "
Newton Abbott.. i,4 .
undsrwent' surgery. Mrs. Cecils Rogers has returnedto ..- i" S' .
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Mrs. Jack Verhulst spent' this her home from Good Samaritan Energy ContractBy In Florida, .

past weekend in Wauchula as the Hospital whore she has been un-

'guest of her father, J. ,C. Phillips.Mrs. dergoing tests. Three Companies! in the game room S ,

Doris Sasser, Mrs. Bit Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Maxson were MIAMI Sweeping economic beer's the one. f.
Farrow and Mrs. Penny Clark ac- the weekend guests of their son benefits to South Florida will result -

companied by Mrs. Sasser's son, ,and daughter-in-law, Mr. and from the signing of a $500
taste '
James Paul Sasser, were 'weekend Mrs. Bob Maxson, in Boca Raton. million natural gas contract be- for good (

visitors in Miami where at- Florida & Co.,
they tween Power Light
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Rod- fun
tended the, Ice Follies. and cele- left Florida Gas Transmission Co. and good
riquez and children Tuesdayfor
brated James Paul's lOth'birthday. Pan American Petroleum Corp. It
Thibodoux, La., where they
Is believed to be the largest single a I
will make their home.
Miss Nancy Harrington will ,
energy contract in the state's his- ,
spend this weekend In Lake Placidat
Mrs. Gene Buchanan and child-
Camp Cloverleaf where she will ren of Tallahassee are the guests tory.FP&L President Robert H. Fite
participate in the District 10 4-H
t of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. noted three reasons why both the
events, plant and Insect Identifica-
Buchanan.Mr power company and the public
tion and dress review.
would derive benefits from the 30-
and Mrs. Guy McClure re-
i Mrs. Elizabeth Powers plans to Inch natural gas line from Louis-
turned to Ft. Pierce where theyare
return to her home in Pittsburgh, iana to South Florida:
spending the winter months
Penn., Saturday' following amonth's 1. Fixing the price of gas at the
following a week's visit with his
visit with her cousins, Mr. fields in Louisiana for the 20-year
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and I
and Mrs. Norman period.
Mrs. O. B. McClure.
2, The arrangement gives the
Ronnie Kautz, son of Mr. and .
alternate and
Mr and Mrs. Claude Shirley power company an
Mrs. Herman Kautz, has returned -
flexible of fuel.
i spent this past weekend in Ever- supply
to his studies at Georgia Tech, glades City. 3. When mixed with fuel oil to You name your game, ping-pong check?

Atlanta, Ga., following a visit with create steam power, natural gas : '
cards chess. it hard and It
ers, or Play -
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shirley and gives a more efficient operation.

Harold W. Strickland of Atlanta children, were weekend. visitors in I When completed the line will takes a lot out of you. That's when you

Ga., spent this past weekend as Everglades City.D. supply twice the amount of nat- like most to settle down in a soft chair and enjoy

the guest of his brotherinlawand B. Watkins attended funeral ural gas as the present 24-inch
line and will make natural gas your friends' talk and your beer's taste. Beer wa
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul services in Sanford for Russell
Rardin. Hasty this past Sunday available to South Florida for oth- made to relax with. Made to refresh you, cool

-. -- --.---- Mrs. Cleo Douthit has returned er uses. I you, cheer your taste. So next time you're playing,

I to her home from Good Samaritan Jack Benny Plans some sociable at-home game, take time
Hospital and is recuperating froma
broken ankle. Visit To Tampa out for the companionable taste of beer. (

Miss Sandra Lamp and Buddy
TAMPA-Comedlan Jack Benny
Lampi both of the University of will play "Love in Bloom" in Tam-

Miami were the weekend. guestsof 'pa next January, accompanied.by. ..
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their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. the Tampa Philharmonic Orchestra ,... .
O. Lampi.Mr. if all goes-well.Tampa's I
and Mrs. Olaf Boe have as Mayor' Nick Nuccio "

their guests, their daughter, Miss and City Council have dispatched
Pam Hoe and Miss Vivian Jenaon II official letters to Benny assuring

both of Huntingdon College, Mont- h.im he would be welcomed with

*r gomery, Ala. ,open arms If he would schedule a
I concert at the new Curtis Hlxon
Mr. and Mrs. Jr D. Agner returned Convention! Hall. Proceeds of the
to their home in Chicago, I hoped-for concert would benefit

111., Sunday following a three week the philharmonic orchestra whichIs ,

visit with his mother, :Mrs. Pearl directed by Alfredo Antonlnl,

Agncr, and other relatives. ,_. noted CBS concert director.FLORIDA .

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::: Kathy Wilson Weds Caning Shower

[ Of The::: Churches JI I Wayne C. BrowningMiss For Diane-Hollon ,

Kathleen Wilson and Wayne Miss Diane Hollon was honored

Claxton Browning were unitedIn with a calling shower, Friday,

J marriage at the First Methodist March 26, from 7:00 to 10:00 p.

Church: In Pahokee Ji'ridaY"Much m. at the Methodist Sunday School

Holy Nativity ,First Baptist :St. Mary's Catholic 19, at 8 p. m., with Itev.'' Building III Canal Point. Greeting
John A. Brl1e pastor, officiating guests with the honoree were her
Episcopal ChurchPahokee Church, Canal Pointer Church at the candlelight, double-ring mother, Mrs. E. H. Hollon and

ceremony. Lighting the altar, Mrs. Norman Kennedy, mother of
R. E. Barfleld Father Francis Fennech, Pastoi which was banked with palms, wasa the groom-elect. Each wore a cor-

Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar SUNDAY: Sunday Mass- 11:30: a. m. branched candelabra bearing 15 sage of sweet heart roses.

SUNDAY, : 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Confessions before :Mass cathedral tapers and centered with The refreshment table was laid
10 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship a basket arrangement of call)) with a cutwork cloth over pink

11:00 a. m.-Worship Service 6:30: p. m.-B. T. C. The Pahokee ChurchOf lilies, with a smaller tree candel- and centered with a crystal punch

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. abra entwined with smilax at bowl entwined with fern. Arrangements -

First Methodist FUESDAYS: The NazareneRev. either end of the kneeling bench. of sweetheart roses centeredthe

WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.-Choir practice. Wlllard;;:' "Kilpatrick Lighted candles and smilax marked guest book table which was at- 1

a Church, PahokeeJohn 7:30 p. m.-MIdweek: Prayer 433 Bacom Point Rd. the pews reserved for relatives. tended by Miss Hazel Sheppard.

Service. Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882: The bride is the daughter of Mr. i Out-of-town guests attendingwere

A. ,Bnley, Pastor THURSDAY:-Every other week SUNDAY SERVICES: and Mrs. James H. Wilson, 1863 Mrs. Elizabeth Powers of

SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Ladles Auxiliary 9:45: a. nu--Sunday School Bacom Point Rd., Pahokee. A Pittsburgh Perm, Mrs. H. H.
9:45 a. m.-Church School Meeting. I'' 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship graduate of Pahokee High School Peerson and Mrs. Ruby Peer-
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I m .. 6:30 p. m.-Juniors and Jones Business College, Or- I son, both of Palm Beach Shores

6:45 p. m.-MYF Glades Baptist Church 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening lando, she is presently employee and Misses Patricia Kennedyand
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship Evangelistic Service in the offices of Dr. Richard K. Nellie Humphries of Lake

TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: Ames in Pahokee. The bridegroom, Worth. Hostesses were Mrs.O. .
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac' (Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf) 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer son of Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Brown- H. Sheppard :Mrs. Boyd Vor-

tlceWEDNESDAY Meets in Pahokee Lions Club meeting. Ing of Canal Point, also attended hees, Mrs. W. K. Buchanan, Mrs.

: Building. "Where you are a stranger but Pahokee High School and served W. E. Johnson, Mrs. Frank O'Con-
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions a. m. once" For four years in the U. S. Air nell, Mrs. G. T. Echols and Mrs.

PREACHING-11:00 a. m' and .... Force. He is now employed at the Glenn Powell.
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- 7:30 p. m. USDA Cane Field Station .. .
tice SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30 p. m. St. Peter's Lutheran Sugar
at Canal PointNuptial
WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m. Leigh Ann Shirley
Church, Belle Glade music was furnished by;
First Baptist Mrs. Donald Thompson, organist, Has Birthday PartyMr.
Canal Point August Koerber, Pastor and Mrs. Hugh H. Branch, vocalIst -

Church, Pahokee Baptist Church 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade who sang "Whither Thou and Mrs. Lee Shirley enter-

SUNDAY: Goest" and "The Wedding Prayer. tained at the City park Saturday,'
Gutbrie W. Colvard, Pastor Lawrence Stewart, Pastor Divine Services 11 A. M. ."
March 27, with 'a birthday party
SUNDAY:I SUNDAY: School 9:45 A. M. Miss Alice Joy Wilson, sister of their
honoring daughter, Leigh
9:45: a., m.-Sunday School
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School I the bride was maid of honor. She -\nn. on her 8th birthday. A Ballerina -
Church _
11.00 6:00: a. m.Morning Worship 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Of Christ wdre a full-length gown of mint theme with a pink and white -'
: m.-Evening Worship
6:45 p. Union 6:30: p. m.-Training Union green organza over taffeta and color scheme was carried out in
: p. ra.-Training
WEDNESDAY: 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship 125 N. W. Avenue D carried a cascade of tangerine car- the decorations. Games were played -

7:30: p. m.Prayer Service WEDNESDAY: Phone WY,6-3867 nations and bells of Ireland. and prizes given to the winners.
7:30 p. m.-Prayer, Meeting I Belle Glade, Fla. The gowns of Mrs. Gary M. Each guest received a party favor.
-" SUNDAY SERVICES Clark, matron of honor, and Miss Mrs. Paul Watson assisted ]her

The Church Of God South Side ChurchOf 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study Joyce Brown, bridesmaid, were daughter in serving refreshments.

PahokeeCanal 11:00 a. m.-Mornlng Worship Identical to that of the maid of
Of Prophecy ChristBelle
7:30 p. m.--Evening Worship honor and they carried the same

Point Road Glade across from WEDNESDAY bouquet. The flower girl, Mary b&A&A&JU&lMJPRINCE: : .. .
i 7:30 p. m. -Blble Study Nell Spooner, also dressed simil-
John H. Kinard, pastor Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 mint basketof
arly, carried a green
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study THEATRE
Church Of God rose petals.
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship I ,
The bride was given in marriageby
7:45 Service 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service
Evangelistic !
p. Barfield HighwayPahokee her uncle, Leon Spooner servIng PAHOKEE, FLA.
8:00 m. Tuesday V.L.B. 7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible Study
.. .! as proxy for her father, who
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Fla. was ill in the hospital. Her gown of SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
Everyone welcome. Special music CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
A.'L. Stone, Minister organza lace over taffeta was "
Phone 924-7363 I fashioned with fitted bodice, short
SUNDAY: 'sleeves and scooped neckline overlaid "STRANGEBEDFELLOWS";
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9:45: a. m.-Sunday School with lace touched with seed r .

j 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 'pearls. The floor-length skirt, was \

7:30 p. Evangelistic' Ser overlaid at the back with an extended ROCK IIUDSON, GIG YOUNG ft
Need MortgageFinancing viceTUESDAY I long train. A shoulder-
: i length veil of French illusion flowed ) OINA LOLLOBRIGIDA

7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service from a pillbox headpiece studded (IN COLOR)
THURSDAY: I with seed pearls. She carried
? 7:30 p, m.-Youth for Christ !
a cascade bouquet of lilac phal- ,
Service J.'I..VJ"\l'. :'. ';'. .' \ .;'. \LI'.Y.J
I aenopsis orchids centered with a
cattleya orchid corsage. ,
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The Methodist Church 'I' Warren Repper served as Mr. 1
Whatever Your Mortgage Financing -
Browning's best man. Ronald Berry
Canal Point, Florida I and Horace Scruggs were usn- Classified Ads
Whether You Are
May Be. 'era '

James W. Baugher, Pastor Mrs. Wilson chose for her daugh- POSITIVELY ads
Buying Building Selling or Refinancing SUNDAY: ter's street-length dressof
-; wedding a classifieds, as you wish to call
9:45 a. m. Sunday School. greet lace over satin, and Mrs. them, are payable in advance from

At Everglades Federal Savings And 11:00'a., m.-Morning Worship Browning, mother of the I bride- his day forward. Don't phone 'em. i
6:00 p. 'm.-Evel11iJ&.. Worship toorn, wore areas cf rose beige Write it and drop a dollar bill In

Loan Association You Are Assured, Of TUESDAY' tn.-Woman': lace over ,satin Their 'corflagts the envelope if you want it run
i I 8:00p. Society were of green cymbidiums. once.. $2 If you want it run twice

ii i Fast, Fair Commitments u 'u Prompt WEDNESDAY_ lit 1 Tuesday: For the reception following the lad so on.

the social hall bf the
Service And Low Cost. : 7:30' p. m.-Prayer. Meeting church was decked with palms and t\1a T'8 IN TIlE ATTIC that.1OGdon't
need? A $1.00 classified ad
arrangements of ,tangerine carnations -
: \ Mrs.. Peggy ParrisHfohofed. n this column win probably find
? with bells of Ireland on the
you a sale. Just write ad en-
i your
At Shower piano. The bride table, overlaid "lose a dollar and weH do the .
Let Your S ..l'The With:a floor-kngth cloth ,of em-: PIit
'I vings I The Everglades News, Canal ,
k\ organdy
home of Mrs.,Lee Wroteri :I b red scalloped with Pla. .
Was the,scene of asotprisei. by smilax,,had 'as A centerpiece A
silver candelabra "bearing five :SEPTIC TANK PUMPING AND
Earn More shower honoring Mrs. Peggv".Parris -
: Thursday night, April 1$ Th lighted tapers with lit: etjene ,REPAIR Service in dewiston.
: refreshment table laid with arrangement of white tulips, lilac, South Bay Belle Glade, Paholcee
ecru taco cloth and was featured an iris,"stoat'Mid t\ bet 8e..The t Ot- *tad' Canal Point. Serving the

Uered wedding cake woe,topped 5ad* for 20 years. Phone 824-
arrangement of sweetheartroses
with a miniature bride's bouquet fcW. H. L. Pitta old Belle Glade
: and pink lighted tapers. In-
I 4| Pet dividual cakes decorated with pinkand of tiny orchids.Mirty road._St. Oct. 16-ch.tf
and Karen Dobrow with -
: ; blue booties were served ECOOM AND BOARD, Family
dresses Identical to that of the
hostesses with Mr*.Wroten were I Style Meals. Inquire Shell Service
members of'the LoyaJetteSund&y ;.lower girl, served as rice girls at ,Station, Canal Point or Can 924258 -
Payable SetniAimuaHyEverglades School Class of the Pahokee First 'the reception,' distributing to the or 924-9403. N20tf -

.... Baptist Church. he guests small packets of rice
... .. from mint green baskets. Assisting I FOB SALE: New and Used Willys

STEVE JOHNSON IS NINE ; at the reception and wearing Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage

l wa Federal Mrs. E. C. 'Johnson entertained white iris corsages were Mrs. Ellis Ia Belle Glade, Phone 6-3058.

with a party honoring her son, Hall, Mrs. Morgan Tyson. )Mrs _Oct. 17- (-ch.

Steve, on his 9th birthday, Tuesday Lewis Buckner, Mrs. Richard
f FOB SALE: Full length lace and
: Savings And Loan Association March 23, at+their home. Ap- Ames Mrs. Ronald Berry, Mrs. nylon organdy wedding gown with
Thor Hatton and Miss Dorothy
r' prox1mat.ely)5 classmates and
chapel tram. The number to call tf
.:, r..M ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDKRAL SAVINGS AND friends attended. "Mr*. Johnson Higby. Interested U 924- 710. AVpd
" ... win assisted by her daughter.:Mrs: Mr. and Mrs. Browning are now "
; ': t, LOAN INSURANCE CORP. Freddie Clements. at their home in Canal Point following WANTED TO BUY: early U. S.

,. I :' the wedding trip to Key stamps on or off envelope,

PAHOKEE BELLE GLADE Miss Betty Echols has returnedto Vest tampless (folded 'covers'), or" eti-
;"( Lake Worth following;*'week' .. Jeeticma ofJ.' ..... fee'VItewhat '

end visit with her parents Mr. CLASSIFIED: ADs PAY you have. W. Robinson, P. O.

Mrs. L. D. Echols. BIO DIVIDENDS Box 2104 Delray Beach, Fla. A9pI


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Turbeville Home i sease when It is early and most Parties Held For
National FHA Week Three Themes For curable. Early' diagnosis and
Scene Of PartyMiss prompt treatment is the difference Wedding GroupsBride's

Pahokee Hi SchoolNext Cancer CrusadeDuring between one out of two saved Instead -
Cynthia Turbeville was
I of one out of three the attendants serving in the
hostess to the Phi Gamma Nu sor- number being saved now. If cancer Browning-Wilson wedding at the

week, April 4 10, the Pa- ority for their March 22 meeting. Its 1965 Crusade against I exist, an annual checkup will usually Pahokee First Methodist Church,
Mrs. Dorothy Buckner was elected it
hokee High School FHA girls will Cancer In April, Cancer Control I disclose the disease when March 19, were entertained at the
be observing National FHA Week. president and Mrs. Peggy Hatton, Month President Its most curable. The check is self Holiday Inn in Belle Glade Wed
as proclaimed by
vice president. Other officers elected im-
Bulletin boards and posters, made evident; without finances for nesday evening, Mar. 17, at which
were Mrs. Cecile Watson, recording Johnson, the American Cancer So- not
future research we can
by the girls, will be posted throughout portant time Miss Kathleen Wilson, thebrideelect
Mrs. Carol McIntosh ciety, Palm Beach County Unit,
secretary; of who develop
hope to save half those -
the school Each of the members presented gifts to her j
corresponding secretary; will stress three themes. will
Also the "
will wear a name tag cancer. sister, Miss Alice Joy Wilson, maid
and Miss Heather Reed treasurer. "All are especially Importantand needed funds
help provide greatly
throughout the week. of honor; Mrs. Gary Clark, ma-
The April 12 meeting will be held vital in helping save lives from
for broader public, progressionaland
Cookies and cakes will be made tron of honor; Miss Joyce Brown
at the home of Mrs. Dorothy cancer, according to Jon Moyle,
by the members and put in the programs. bridesmaid; and Mary Nell Spooner -
Buckner. Cancer Crusade chairman.
of these
teachers' lounges. A: thought for "The effectiveness flower girl.
They are: "
will be announced each themes, Moyle said, "depends on On March 18
> day This Thursday evening ,
1. "Tell Your
morning throughout the school. Canal Point PTA to the public's response to them. following the rehearsal for the
means passing on neighborsfacts because
During this week the FHA girls They are meaningful any- wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
about that
cancer might save
will be. trying to get other girls Interested '' should thing that helps save lives has Spooner and Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeH.
their lives. Facts "
To Hear Glee Club everyone
in FHA by giving them ... know about early diagnosis and i great meaning.- Tucker, Jr., entertained at the
any information which they may Spooner residence, 1221 Bacom
prompt treatment as a precaution BROTHER'S FUNERALMr.
need to become interested in Joining Point Rd., with a buffet
death also what
Members and friends of the Ca- against ; people and
Mrs. Bob Hasty were
the organization. honoring members of the
nal Point PTA are cordially invited know about the value of an annual wedding
.. health calledto Sanford Thursday, March i party and their escorts. Also
to attend the regular monthly checkup. Early '
Martha Joan Allen meeting to be held Monday night, prompt treatment save lives." 25, by the sudden death of his twin guests were Mrs. Charles L. Wilson -
2. "To Cure More, Give brother Russoll 35. of Nashville, Tenn., grandmother -
Appril 5, in the local school audi- Help Hasty, age
Weds Donald Walker torium, according to announce- More." There are about 1,300,000 Funeral services were held Sundayat of the bride-elect; Mrs
ment by officials of the PTA. Americana, now alive, cured of Fairchild Garden Funeral Homein Lena Sears of Alamo, Ga., great
Miss .: Joan Allen becamethe Highlight of the evening's pro- cancer, A large contributing factor Sanford., aunt of the bridegroom-elect; and
bride of Donald Gene Walker : gram will be the appearance of the has been broad public and professional ..L. Mr. and Mrs. Ersel Mlxson of

in a 7 P. m. candlelight ceremonyat Pahokee High School Glee Clubin education programs and Lt. Bill Carey joined his wife Belle Glade.
the First Baptist Church Chapel several numbers sure 'to please research efforts. The American and son at the home of her par- .
,' Okeechobee. Friday, March 26. those in attendance. So, Monday Cancer Society needs more moneyto ents, :Mr. and Mrs. Minte; Colllns,
Rev. Damon Walker, uncle of the night, If you haven't been attend- help carry on and expand these this past week. Lt. Carey"ihas Just ,. Lt and Mrs. Ronald Elliott and
groom, officiated at the double ing the regular meetings of the programs. completed a 13 month tour of dutyin sons, Ronnie and Brad, of Winter

ring ceremony. The traditional Parent-Teacher group, take time 3. "Fight Cancer With a Check Korea. .. Haven were the overnight guests
nuptial music was played by Mrs. out and be there'for the Glee Club and a Checkup." Many die from -.- of his brother-in-law and sister,
John Dickson. performance- carnce today because they do not Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten and fam-

The bride, given in marriage by Refreshments .will be served following have an annual health checkup recent business visitors in DeLandand ly, while enroute to Bimini for
her brother, Charles Dickson, of the program. which can usually reveal the di- Orlando. several days' vacation.Chevrolet .

West Point, Mississippi, wore a __ ___ n __
street length dress of white lace --

over satin featuring a scooped ,
neckline and bell skirt. Her headpiece -

a small satin band touched S -
with seed pearls, held a shoulder ,
length veil of French illusion. She
carried a white prayer book cent-
ered with small white rosebuds. i
Miss Glenda Kaye Crews of Pa-
hokee, the bride's only attendantwore : .
I a street length dress of pale
yellow satin featuring a lace bodice -
and bell shaped skirt. Her ,

I headpiece was a pale yellow satin f
bow which held a circular nose '

<. .
length veil.Michael t / .-
\ .
) .
; t '
Altman served as best : .
man and ushers were Fred Walker f I,

brother of the groom, and .
: I Ronnie Mixon, cousin of the

i groom. Ir
Mrs. Walker is the daughter of
:Mrs. Bcnnle Dickson Allen and at-
tended Dan McCarty High Schoolin
Fort Pierce. Mr. Walker is the tM.J
son of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin
Walker. He graduated from Okee-
+ iM'AOO.a
I .1Mf v9 OlRwY.r
I I chobee High School and attended
: Indian River Junior College. He is
now employed at Attaway Lumber

Company For her in Okeechobee.daughter's wedding, ___________

Mrs. Allen chose a sheath dress of ______
aqua lace with matching access ______
: ies. She wore a pink carnation ___
I corsage. Mrs. Walker chose a

sheath of pure blue silk and white r
I I accessories. She also wore a corsage -
1 of pink carnations.The .
reception following the
ceremony was held at the Okee-
chobee Woman's Club. Mrs. George

McLarty, aunt, of the bride, and
Mrs David Jll ech and Mrs. Bruce

'I .. Williams, cousins of the bride, workpower"walks"
r.! served. MlssArllne: Dickson"was ,

at the bride's book. '". .
Following a wedding trip to the
west coast, the couple will be at
i home at 1209 Miami St, Okee

chobee.Guests from Pahokee attendingthe right over bumps and trouble

wedding Mrs. Lee A.
Wroten and children were Mrs. Paul Independent front suspension takes the "truck" out of .

TIllery and Mrs., Mrs.Dixon Adaline Crews Wroten, Miss, Dell Mr. truck ride. It smooths rough roads, protects truck, driver

McDowell and Roy Goodson. and cargo from excessive jolting. And,on Chevrolet pickups

a. .
ifs with millions of miles of
i, ; :Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kent and a proved system user experience

t I their daughter home, Kelly in have returned to behind it Try it out on one of Chevrolet's great Fleetside or
Charlottsville, Va.,
I following a visit with her brother Stepside pickups. It's one of the big reasons that Chevrolet : "
and .eI
family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
McCoy. is first choice with pickup users from coast to coast
A-lc Thurmond Kemp arrived I Telephone yourChevrolet dealer about any type of truck
J' Wednesday on a 27-day leave from .

Us base in Fuchu Japan. Airman .
Kemp is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 1,))1tt- 09-1228)
Willie Kemp. : :
n 1
Mrs, .. ;;,
Chevrolet; Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Johnson and Stanley
1 his daughters, Misses Claire and ,

Scott Johnson of Atlanta were the 164 Lake Pahokee Fla. Phone 924-5593
weekend guests of her parents, ; ''r.r .. ', Ave. .
Mr.: and Mrs. Homer Banes.