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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNT .

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Sandra Lampi Bob Kennedy Able Quarter Century Stars Are Attending Litter Cans To Can

To Return To SchoolBob Miami Beach Meet

Honored By Band Kennedy, recuperating for Doing Thing WellA Members of Pahokee Chapter Litter In Pahokee

the past few we.ks from a car- 184, Order of Eastern Star, who ,
Miss Sandra Lamp!, daughterof train accident in which he was quarter of a century doing are, attending the 60th annual Literally speaking, it's going t6
Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Lamp critically injured April 19, has returned one thing well-that's Robert O. meeting, The Heart of Starlight be a lot easier to keeep litter off
who Is a senior at the University to his classes at ArkansasA IJampi. director of the Pahokee Session," of Florida Grand Chap the streets of downtown Pah ok w
of Miami and a member of the U & M College. High School Band.' And how well ter, OES, in the Municipal Audi- following the successful Litter Can
of M Band of the Hour was re He is required to,wear a neck- he has done that one job Is provenby torium, Miami Beach, this week Decorating (Sonlet sponsored
cently honored by members of her shoulder Immobilizing collar: be the dozens and dozens of :May 11-14, arc Mrs Ruth V. Meredith jointly by the Pahokee Garden
band when she was presented with cause of the severe whiplash he "!1r ts" his bandj have won In grand ,representative to Missouri Club and the Pahokee High School!
a gold charm' bracelet as a tokenof suffered in the accident. It is reported district and state-wide competition !; Mrs. Jessie Barnes, District Student Council for students, 7th
appreciation of her leadershipIn that both his neck and over that 23 year period. 18 chairman of the OES Magazine through 12th grades.
directing a vocal group from, chest injuries are healing nicely. Coming to Pahokee in 1940 from !,! ; Mrs. Grace Graham, worthy The purpose of the contest w.s
the band and helping win the coveted Bob plans to return to Pahokee New Port RJchey on the west matron; Mrs; Eunice Hughes, associate "to make litter cans attractive and
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trophy at the annual U of M the first week in Jun* for a few i coast of Florida, young Lampl's warder, Mrs. Jennie Me- remind people to be litter careful"
Song Feat days' visit before joining his bands were a "hit" from the first Kinstry, secretary; and Mrs. Adeline The setting was at the City' Park, -
She was further honored at the ents, Mn and Mrs. Norman pa..j year. Never once has he slackenedhis I Wrotcn; past matron. While where the 'student:! contestant on
rehearsal when Fred McCall, director Kennedy, at their summer home at I pace in his honest efforts 'to attending the session the group Friday afternoon and Saturday
of the Band of the Hour Conesus Lake, N. Y. ,I make the Pahokee band the verybest. )I i will have its headquarters at the painted 'various designs and slogans
Miami Beach. ,
Announced that he was retiring her o I that talent would allow. i Delano Hotel, .. on the city's yellow littercans
Band Blazer No. 91 and was presenting Now ccmes a day to mark\ that j to attract attention and encourage -
I Last Rites HeldW.R.Shackford I I .
!it to her to keep In recognition 23: yeari of untiring effort -: a' Ground Broken personS to make greateruse -
of her outstanding work band concert at the high school of the receptacles for trash
and service In the band. Only thre : i auditorium at 3:00: p. m this coming j and litter. The Judging was basedon
or four other U of M Band members Sunday-May 16. Members of j $40,000' ParsonageThe originally, neatness, follow
previously have received this the 1963 high school band will through in the relationship of de-
distinct honor. When a number la Fun'eral.rrvlcs were held Wed- look their very best on that day rign and slogan and completeness.
retired for outstanding service it nesday afternoon at the Canal I and their presentations will ba : first spadeful of dirt has Cain prizes of 13:S, $3, and $2 were
is placed in the university's hall of Point Methodist church for Walter their very finest. The auditorium been turned for construction of the awarded for first, second and
fame. Raymond Shackford, 77 who died should be filled to overflowing for new 40000.00 parsonage for the third places.
Monday in an_east coast hospital. I the outstanding occasion. First Methodist church in Paho Prize winners'' at the East Lake
I Mr. Shackford was a tong time Special invitations to the 37 kee The ceremony was on the site :Continued on Page 8t},
George Tucker Is resident of Canal Point where he members of Mr. Lamp,', first band I of the proposed structure in the .
lived with his wife on Lake Shore ((1940-41) are being sent, inviting I eight hundred block on East Main I
Renamed Council Drive. For many years he owned them to be present at the concert ; street. As Usual Pahokee
and operated a machine shop !n All other band alumni down Mrs W. S. Plumer and Mrs ,
: Canal Point' retiring several years through the 'yeaH ere also invltfjaa ,Jane I, Moore, co-chairmen oJ Band Wins First ,:
With 844 voters participating in ago., special guests of Mr. Lamp! and the committee, along with th
the city election in Pahokee on The funeral was under the direction the 1963 band at the concert. pastor, Rev. John A Brlfey, L. J 1,
Tuesday of this week City Councilman of the pastor of the church, .. Fraser, Mrs. Robert Apelgren, The Pahokee High School! Band,
George Tucker was suecessful Rev. James W. Baugher. Wether- Mobile For Mayor Duncan Padgett and Dr. R under the direction of Bandmaster
in his race for reelectionby ington Funeral Home in Pahokeewas Speech C. Lane were active participant
Robert O. Lampl, won a first pit e
a vote of 533 to 312 for Patsy in charge of funeral arrangements along with many members of the
Wroten Fahokee's second woman and burial was at Port Palm Beach County church at the ground breaking superior rating in sight, reading(
council candidate. There were 13 Port Mayaca cemetery. ceremony. and, a second place excellent ratIng -
absentee ballots cast accordingto The.deceased 1s survived by his :After Rev. J. Baugher, pastor in concert at the State Band
City Clerk Patricia Mackey. widow, Bessie Canal Point; a son Palm Beach County's public of the Canal Point Methodist Contest (Southern Division) held
R. F. Hurt was elected a week Wlllard R. of Pahokee; a daughter. school system J has added a "speech Church, sang "Bless This House, at the Miami Edison Senior High
ago Tuesday over Tiny Rogers for Mil's Irene Shackford of Chatta* mobile" to its to help O Lord We Pray," a gold shovel School FrIday
a seat on the council and Guy nooga, Tenn.; and two sisters, Mrs program was used by Mrs. Plumer, to turn Unable to participate in the contest -
Wood was named chief of police I Myrtle Dupree of Washington D. children who have speech difficulties the first shovelful of soil. Each because they were recuperating
over Grady Chancellor Mr. Hurt C, and Mrs. Ethyl Bourque of ; member of the committee then from severe physical injuries.
was sworn in last week and is now I Dover N. H.Woman's. County Supt. Robert W. 'Fulton took turns at the shovel after were two 'key members of '''the
serving on the council. Other I 101 said the specially adapted ail which everyone present was invitedto band Richard Batchelor, *>locornctlst '
members with Hurt and Tuckerare equipped truck has cost $3,000 and have a hand in the groundbreaking and Dicky Hurt, trombonist

Carmen Salvatore Joe Thomp- Club Will will allow skilled speech therapists -' .... .
Bon and Harry B. Elarbee.In with special equipment to In the solo contests Faye Harris
the first election Mrs. Wro Install On May 19 help such children in all parts of Funeral Services received a second place excellent
ten was high and Mr. Tucker sec the county, under much improved rating for her piano solo. The flute
ond. They eliminated A. J. Gamotin -- conditions trio from the band including G later
the first election.Luncheon I The annual installation of office The "speech mob a" is being William M. BrownFuneral Willis, Kathy Boynton and
en of the Pahokee Woman's Club operated from Royal Palm School f Tammy Branch also received a
for the 1963-64 club year will take 373: DeSota Road, West Pain second place excellent rating ?
r Meeting place i.t''a special covered-dish Beach, under the direction of Mrs. services were held yesterday mtm .,;-
dinner in the club house Wednesday Marjorie Crick coordinator for (Thursday) afternoon at Dinner Meeting To
For Garden Clubs May 19, at 7 p. m.. with husbands this school for exceptional child the Canal Point Baptist church for
,: 1 c to attend as guests Brooks ren. William 3!. Brown, 69, who died Mark-Season End
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In place of the regular meeting officer. the "speech mobile" will visit the Port Mayaca Cemetery. Services Member of the Phllathe* class
of the Pahokee Garden Club this President Ethel Johnson will do- following elementary schools: :Military were under the direction 'of Rev of the Pahokee First Baptist Church -
month the club win join the Canal liver the welcome address. Associate Trail (Monday), Highland, Lawrence Stewart, pastor of the School, at the meeting in the
Point Garden's Club and the members have been invited Lake Worth (Tuesday), PaJmftlo'l church. fellowship hall of the church a
f G Sod Busters at a luncheon meeting and put presidents of the club win West Palm Beach (Wednesday), Survivors Include his widow, Thursday night made plans for
Wednesday, May 23. New officers be guests of honor. The program Westgate (Thursday), and both Elizabeth; a son, Charles, both of' a dinner netting at Selma's K atuarant -
for the 1965-66 club year win feature a review of the book Northboro and Southboro scho'U Pahokee; three brothers, Roland, Chancey Bay, the evening
win be installed for the Pahokee Too Young to be a Grandfather" Lake Worth (Friday). Nelson of Lawton, Okla, Buck and of May 28, this to be the last ..neetng -
I; and Canal Point Cuba This win to be given by Mrst Betty Thin Mrs Crick said the mobile unitIs Hillary Nelson both of Richmond. I of the group for the season
, be the final meeting of the Sod baud of Belle Glade. carpeted, air-conditioned, has Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Nola Mrs. Theo Youngblood, president -
Busters who recently voted to its own projection instrument and Boyett of Portersvllle, Calif., Mrs. presided. Mrs E. B. Gamble,
t disband as an organized club, with Season MeetC. screen to help children learn the Tudie Faulkner of McCamey class teacher, gave the devotion-
. members invited to join the Paba1 Final correct way to produce the soundsof Texas and Mrs. Temp Blakenship all. Mrs. Paul Watson and Mrs.
i 1." kee Garden Club. PL Garden ClubThe the alphabet and words, a tape of Waco, Texas. Dave Young were hostesses duringthe
-t .. recorder, and other apparatus. .. .d- serving of refreshments.The .
." BACK TO CAROLINA Canal Point Garden Club "A boTe all. It affords quiet place TO ATTEND RECITAL next social and business)
Mrs. Jack Phillips returned win conduct the May meeting, the for children to learn," she said Mrs. Joseph Kahn, former Pahakee meeting of the class will be
I rl, ,::'.. Tuesday to her home at Fairfax last of the season, in the Community "whereas we have sometlnvi ha'I resident now residing in Belle Sept 2.Mrs .
i ,r S. c.. after a 10-day visit in Paho Building at the Glades Park to'work with such children iwed Glade, plans to attend this week t .
.'.. .: kee with her parents Dr. and Mrs. Thursday afternoon. May 20. Mrs. inK this help, on stages, or quite the recital of the University of Lester Hand, accompanied
L. W. Armstrong. Mrs. Armstrong G. IL Tucker Sr, win preside at ,noisy' corners. i Georgia Symphony Orchestra at by her nephew, Tommy, l. expect
7" ftt1lJ'Mc11aat weekend from Good the business session. Mr* A. H. -._ 't I Athens. Gs.. her daughter, Mrs. ed to return this weekend from a
) Samaritan Hospietl, West Palm Scruggs will present ,the program Mr. and Mrs. Delmar L. Hook Stanley Yerlow, being among visit with her brother-in-law and
p Beach, when she was a surgical and Mr* J. E. William will be visited their son, John 'Howard 'those who will take part in the slater, Mr,aod Mrs. Harold Black
patient for a few days Freates:, Hooks, in Miami last weekend. I performance in New Orleans, La.
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THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF '

THE EVfiRCfLADES NEWSServing1 \ ,:.rN' S'v a ,' : ',r' y "Their fllilk was inferior. I'


the. Lake Okeechobee farming Region Without ,. ( !L 1 ;
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Interruption Every Week for 40 Years .(="*""<*! V And what could be drearier?. :,

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday ,.'"t 71';

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance ( expected." 1\ '.
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The EVeffelades tf Ve Is Entered at the Post Office ,I
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,2400 Phones' Serve Illegal Trucking ,. J. __ .

To Be Wiped Out

MokeeCanal Pt. ..OI.YI""G ,...
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TALLAHASSEE-Florida Public n ..,_
Utilities Commission investigators -
Pahokee reached A significant continued an unrelenting
milestone in Its commercial his. campaign to wipe out illegal Jr '

tory May 1. 196, when; its 2400th trucking operations in the State in
telephone was installed, it was disclosed March; charging 177 truckers ,
I today. The Pahokee exchange with violation of state transportation -
serves Pahokee Canal laws.
Point, Sand Cut and.Port Mayaca. The arrests:' Included 107 for failure
Pete McClellan,: local Mangaer to have proper authority from X
ct Southern Bell said that the rapid the State to haul cargoes found in Phone 3245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
increase in number of telephonesindicate their vehicles Chairman Edwin L.
the growth and progress Mason said today.Thirtyseven ? SALES and SERVICE 4T
of Pahokee and the South. lie of the "no author- Y
He pointed out that Pahokee's ity" cases weft made against Heating Air Conditioning Appliances >
telephone exchange was establishea truckers hauling products that! are ,& *

In May of 1932. From this beginning exempt from interstate regulation / 1 r1 y a s .1 r s Y s s y s y. !1 A 4 s i, s ys i1 s s j>*5>s 5*s jM *j s 4 { 4
the number of telephones but which require regtstfa'tlori I/ I F

increased to around 259 in 1940, but which retire Commission' -. -
732 in 1950, 1826 in 1960.: and in order to be transported in this
2400 today.To State, Mason said.
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meet Increased demands, in Others charged with illegal operations ,
Pahokee, Southern Bell is engaged were towing or hauling -
In" a large improvement' and expansion house trailers, hauling building
program. Mr. McClellan materials, construction aggre- .
said that these efforts' are aimed gates, household goods, passengers
at. meeting fuH){ telephone service and a variety of a dozen other '
needl.rim: Imtfal ,step* !fa this e:<- types of cargoes. ..
pansion was recently ,taken when The truckers posted a; total of O', %$ N4 : J' "
,a contract wah swarded tb VYigf J $15905 in counties where arrests '! I.J';!. .. .. I I
and Maalrf t Cotatra'ctor of West: were made, bringing the total ,011- ."I I' .
Palm Beach, in the amount pf $3S- of bonds posted in the first three \
000.00 to enlarge the. Pahokeo exChange :- months of this year to $54,765 d r S tI
building at 826 East Main' The Utilities Commission's investigators ,

Street charged 47 drivers ....
This addition, according to MeCiellin with improper identification, and
will add approximately 23 with violation of state safety ," ,, : :Lr .
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JbtiildlngT. The spacer will ,providi "So far this ;year our investigators .....
lot an immediate installation of have ordered 254 vehicles off ,I ; ,,. .." 1. ,
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\equipment for 150 main telephonesand the highways," Mason declared, 1 .
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for future growth. "because they Were considered imminently '
hazardous-accidents on I .I _" .

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Be Made A Lieu'DELANtYBIIlf before they; are allowed ,H':

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: Cypress; whose Commission agents made 1,255 I' 4 :

Seminole ancestors battled the I safety inspections of motor car ...:.\> ,', .
riers' vehicles, and issued cita- ".'
Jnited Stales' In the Lie rg\af\es.\ \ \ a
tions in 1.<1l6 Gases, Ih addition to 1'0 .
JIwill commissioned' reserve1
be
the sidelined vehicles .'I' I
second lieutenant in the Army "We are most, concerned with1 :',. /
when he graduate front Stetson the economic effects of Illegal

University. trucitlng operations," Masoh said, \
Born iri 'aril en-alr chlckee in ,"because every one of ,them is de- \
:the Everglade* Bitty la believedto priving law-abiding operators of1revenues7 : r.
be the first ot his tube to J.Ml t.v '.which. they are en- % .'"! ," I
uate from a four-year universityor { titled." J' C 4 :; ,.1'I
receive a 1 cbmm'iss'ibr l $ m' the 'But unsafe vehicles also are of 'T' .:
ROTC.. vital interest because they are a "
" Cypress spoilt ntt English until h& hazard to every Motorist' on a tlJe .
Was five years: old; but will graduate highway in Florida." ,

with a niajof 1A English and a .. '., I1 est Q
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minor in education lIe paduatNlfrorri !ell y ',....
high sciiool in the top 10 Mother HonoredBy
err cent of"> hti Did and woh a Pahoked Baptists '.
four-yea scndlirshlp 16 Steton Gifts 3D..E1ectrical
from the Da !lltefr ot the AMe*.
Mother receiving special recognition .
lean Rev (8 graduate work < .
this sumtier'aiIl4ill plans' ftf oU active service at the Pahokee First Meth- "":..tA... ...J_ oocaaion.Give; tterE'iuMy3 r; 3n.! pleasure lone after SSfeSSSu. ; :
odist Church were Mrs. Calvin A.
There areinorethsjxlSOclectricalappliances to ten. F j do a bit of /uS: :
duty t lit thiS Arfliy In September for browsW f roc
Shlve the eldest mother; Mrs. D. ee$vnl .. .popu'' .t o
Wd years. Tll.M\i t hrf plans to teach ,practical,preferred store. YouTl dacover aren'!!
R. Johnson, youngest; and Mrs.
lii Floridi' public scMobls when he! and,appreciated You can select something and i.rt-wsnted.. wLSlJyl! i
leaves thj AMy.VISITS Joe Hatton. Sr., mother with the nice at any price-t"r :ome or I .' 1 ,..y T couna /
number of children
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was presented with potted
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mums as a Mothers Day gift. ,
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Mrs. Ifligh\ O. M11I -.. m, were in Vera June, of Wauchula were \ : ,,
Tallahassee aUen&Aif! ; the State bvernlght guests in Pahokee of .. ., '. '"
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Page Four The Everglades News_Canal Point, Florida 33438


: Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Thomas left


I I PERSONAl L NEWS .N-ijI.EsJ: Thursday day Kelly vacation.are for the'Jamaica Daughters guests for Terri of a four-their and r,


grandparents, Mr' and Mrs. J. V. c
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Mrs. Ruby Bush, accompaniedby Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Brake and i Mrs. Benny Yates was able to
Mr, and Mrs. Jack Bush, was Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boughton of I I return home from Everglades Memorial -
the'guest of her son and daughter- Kissimmee, friends of Rev. andMrs. Hospital Monday.

in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bush, John At Briley, attended the
at Fort Myers Sunday.Mr. morning worship service at the Pa- I I Charles Lairsey In
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hokee First Methodist Church Sunday
and Mrs. D. R. Johnson,
formerly of Sanford, who are now Rev. Briley is a former pastor New Highlands Job i
residing in Pahokee following his of the Kissimmee Methodist

recent transfer to Pahokee by the Church. Charles Lairs ye of Highlands
Florida Power and Light Company Mr. and Mrs. C. L. (Lee) Shirley county, who has been a deputy, I M"l

were received as members of '''I Jr., and children spent' the clerk for some time there, has re*' % : .
/' the Pahokee First Methodist Chur- weekend at Palm Beach. slgnd that position .to accept a
ch Sunday through transfer of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Sr., new and better job as School Finance
membership.Mr. visited their son-in-law: and daughter Officer with the Board of

and Mrs. Norman A. Ken- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myer, and I, Public Instruction in Hlghlandf 1. 1
Kennedy's grandson, Butch, at Hialeah over County where Sebring is the coun ..nI I
nedy, accompanied by Mrs. .
the weekend. ty scat. Charles Is the son of Mr
father,"M. Dewey Morris of, ......
Joe Parker, ATN-2 was the recent and Mrs. Millard Lairsey of Canal
'Delray Beach, will ,leave Monday
guest of his parents, Mr. 'and Point. ,He lives in Sebring with .
to spend the summer at ConesuaLake
Mrs. J. P. Parker in Canal Point, his\ wife, Frances and two daughters I x
N. Y.
arriving Mother's Day for an un- Caron and Amy.
Mrs. Wood .. I
Police Chief and Guy expected visit. Mr. Parker had

and children, accompanied by just completed a two and one-half Garrett Family Has
Alan, Jeff and Laural Tarr, spent year tour of duty with the Navy
"the weekend at Juno Beach. in Naples, Italy and will now be Reunion On Sunday

':I Mrs. Lurlean Memotte has re- stationed'at Jacksonville, Florida. I '
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turned to her home in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Rodgersand The home of Mr and Mrs. M. J, i >,

,after a 10-day visit'in Pahokee family spent Sunday at the Sapp, 176 N. Barfield Highway, i" }+
with cousins, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Ocala National Forest, Ocala. Pahokee, was the scene Sunday ofa ;:

,Sapp. I Mrs. Paul Rardin has returned reunion'' of the Garrett family. .:.' ;
Mrs. Frank Rosenberg and son, from Daytona where she spent sev- Attending were Mr. and Mrs.
Scotty, are guests this week of eral days visiting Mrs. J. B.Seck-, David Fredrich and family and
her husband's sister, Mrs. Jimmy Inger of Glennville, Ga. Mr. and Mrs Charles Fales, all of
Fitzgerald, and family in Hawk- Mrs. R. J. Maxson underwent Homestead; Mrs. Ola Croy, Fort .
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Inville, Ga., and will be joined there surgery Tuesday'at Good Samaritan Ogden; Miss Linda Croy, Tampa; : .
this weekend by Mr. Rosenberg, Hospital, West Palm Beach. James Fredrick, Homestead Air r -
who is ,completing a three-week Mr. and Mrs. William McCleni- Fores Base; Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
course in teletype technology at than spent the weekend at Juno Clark, Pelican Lake; Mr. and Mrs.

Jacksonville for Southern Bell. Beach. Arnold Hughes and'family and Mr. Q ........w.w ...,
They will return to their home in Mr. and Mrs. Stanley L. Hooks and Mrs. Sapp, Pahokee.KINDERGARTEN .
.4. m MR. AND MRS. RICHARD WEEKS
Pahokee Sunday evening. and family have moved into their
Alvin Armstrong of Jacksonville OPEN SEPT. 1 Miss Elaine Adams of Pahokee became the bride of Richard Edward -
home the Pa-
newly completed
spent Mother's Day with his par- on Mrs. Willie Kemp, 137 BanyanAve. Weeks of Canal Point in a double-ring ceremony held at the First
ents Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Arm- hokee-Canal_Point road across,'the ., Pahokee, announces the Methodist Church .in Pahokeo Saturday, May 1, at 10:30: a. m., with
street and a little south of.the Canal of her 'I Rsv. J. W. Bland of Screven, Ga., uncle of the bride, officiating.
opening kindergarten one j ,
strong, In Pahokee. Point School,. :
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boles are re- Sept.,1 for children ages 4 thru 6
turning this Thursday,from a few Mr. and Mrs..John T. ;Pckett{ at her home. Registration will be Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins had I Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Cardin

days' visit with their son and and daughters' of Sarasota and held through the month of May, as guests Sunday, their daughter and daughter had as guests Sunday

daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Betty Lou Pickett of Delray Mrs. Kemp has over 12 years experience and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gary his father, Charles Cardin,
Beach spent this past weekend as In kindergarten work and
;ama Charles City.Boles They, and will family b3 accompanied at Pan-- the guest of their mother, Mrs. J. also plans to keep children f ir Shelby, of West Palm Beach.I and daughter, Cindy, of Miami,

Claude Hansen who T. Picketf, Sr. 1 working parents. Th.y were accompanied homey and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.E. .
by Mrs. ;
visited I her daughter, Mrs. Buddy J. L. Sullivan underwent surgeryat 1 i their daughter Martha Ann O. Winch, of Pahokee; also her

,McLemore, and family at Panama Good Samaritan' Hospital .In CLASSIFIED: ADS PAY who had, been ,the guest of her. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ru-
-- I West Palm Beach Monday.: DIG DIVIDENDS grandparent for a week. fus Sumner, of Miami :
City.Mr. "J
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daughter in Pahokee.Mr. .
:\ and Mrs. E., F. Mcllwain had S r
as their recent guests, their son b
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. YOUNG HO !

erdale.Chandler Mcllwain of Fort Laud- : ,'

,Mr. and Mrs. W E. Adams and

son of Clewiston, were the recent "
guests of her sister and brother-

in-law, Mr. and Mrs.Thelmon Ray-


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Classified Ads .

,Put that '
Young Ho spirit in
POSITIVELY all want ads ot
,your carl You head
classifieds, as you wish to call get a start ,
them, are payable in advance from r to fun and friends when you fill r'k'

ids day forward. Don't phone 'emWrite r- 1-I! j up with Chevron, the livelier -;'

: it and drop a dollar bill In 7I ti gasolines. Custom-made for your modern ; ,If
the envelop If you want it run
ooOD e. $2 ,if you want.It run twice. car and the way you drive. Try them-for ,It

-and. so on. \, new, livelier power,, neyrjun! You'll love

'HAT'S IN THE ATTIC that yoU--: it.. ,_ their whisper-quiet performance, too. Get t

don't need? A Jl.OO classified ad ,, Chevron today at your nearest Standard .

tijthis column will probably'findyou '- a } .station,where we take better care of your car. r
', a sale. Just writer your ad en-
dose a dollar and we'll do the rest
The Everglades News Canal Point
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FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
In Belle Glade, Phone 6-3058.
Oct. 17-54-ch

.18 BLOCKS FROM BEACIL $15: .a .!oJ

per week for room, bath, refrigerator -
hot plate; 3 room apartments -
$20 to $25: per week less by ,_ "
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Beach; call Mr. or Mrs. Cochrane r-ti- \
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Wilkinson, alternate, was pres 1t-
Three ChaptersIn ed with a yellow carnation cor-


I ( Mews: Of The ChurchesHoly ] InstallationThree with sage.dent's a Mrs.pin.Beta Aldridge with Sigma Marilyn Phi was past presented Poteeie presi-


making the presentation on behalfof i

wwwwwuwU local chapters of BetaSigma the chapter.rs. .
> Unwin, the new president

Nativity First Baptist The Pahokee Church officers f for hj Sor.orijy the 1965-66 w, year fff"I at I 11aJnelo9l standing committees for

Episcopal Church Church, Canal Point 01 Y&e Nazarene separate meetings held at homes the Doris taming Lane,year Beth: Marilyn Wilkinson Polsete.aijjll

Pabokee of members Thursday night. It Margie Branch program; Louisa
Elder It. ;Eo Barfield Rev. WJUard KHpatricfc was announced Exemplar Day Zaccagnino, Mary Thomas, Shirley
Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar SUNDAY: X33 Bacom Point Rd. ceremonies have been set forThwsday Ann Shirley and Lois White, social -
Phone 924-7528<< P. O. Box 882SUNDAY
SUNDAY: 9:45 a. mr-Sunday School May 20, at ,the Lions ; Jean Salvatore year book
10 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00 a. m.-MornIng Worship SERVICES: Club building, starting at 8 p. m. chairman; Clark Wilkinson, host-
11:00 Servicei 6:30: p. m.-B. '1'. C. 9:45: a. m. Sunday School I
a. m.Worship At the meeting of Xi Alpha :Mu ess chairman; Marian Hatton.
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7:30 11:00 a. in.-Sunday Worship
p. m.-Evening Worship.
I at the home of Dorothy Hillier the crap book-publicity chairman;
fUESDAYS 6:30 m.-Juniors
p.
First Methodist : outgoing president, Evelyn Lair, service
7:30 p. m.-Choir: practice. 7:00 p. .-Sunday Evening Norma Aldridge, project
served installing officer for the
as chairman.It .
Church PahokeeJohn WEDNESDAY: Evangelistic Service
Induction of Mildred Schoeppel,
was announced the chapter's
7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer WEDNESDAY:
Service. 7:30 p. mv Midweek Prayer president; Frances Moore, vice social event for May will be a
A. Briley, Pastor fHURSDAY:-Every other week meeting. president; Emogens Sqott, record- steak supper to be held at the

SUNDAY: 7:30: p. m.-Ladles Auxiliary "Where you are a stranger but Ing secretary; GethJe Friend, corresponding home of Dr. and Mrs. Richard C.
9:45 Church School
m.-
: a.
Meeting. ,once" secretary; and Lavinia Lane, May 15, with husbands to be
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship .. Parker, treasurer. guests.
7:45: p. m.-.Evening. .. Worship final reports for the year were Frances Adams was Installed
South
Side
ChurchOf Canal Point given by Mrs. Hillier for the BSP new president of Beta Omicron

First Baptist ChristBelle Baptist Church City Council. Hilda Jensen, ser I Chapter at the meeting at tile

Church Pahokee vice chairman, reported on activities home of Betty McCoy. Other officers -
Glade across from Lawrence Stewart, Pastor of the Everglades Memorial for the 1965-66 year inducted -

Guthrie W. Colvard, Pastor Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 SUNDAY: Hospital Auxiliary.' Helen Jean by Rita Faye Hooks, outgoing

SUNDAY: 10:00,a. m. Bible Study 9:45 a. n\Sunday School Boynton reported the progress be- president who served as Installing

9:45: a. m.,- l.U1day School 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ing made on the organization of officer, were Sally Mayo vice pres-

11:00'a. m.-Morning Worship 6:30 p. m.-Evenlng Service 6:30: p. m.-Training Union the Glades Inter-City Council. ident; :Mary Arthur Starling, re-

6:30: p. m.-Training Union 7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible Study 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Outgoing President Lair, who cordingsecretary; Kay Korbly,

7:45 p. m.-Evening Worhlp WEDNESDAY: expressed her thanks to members corresponding secretary; and Carolyn -

WEDNESDAY: The Methodist Church 7,:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting for their splendid work and coop- Jernigan, treasurer.The .
7:30 p. m.-Prayen Service ..> eration during the past year, was group made plans for the
.. t Canal Point, FloridaJames Church Of Christ presented with a silver Beta Sigma chapter's social event for May _:-

The Church Of God Phi pin in appreciation of her an Ice cream social to be held at
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W. Pastor
Baugher with Mrs. Moore mak-
leadership the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
Of Prophecy, Pahokee I SUNDAY: 125 N. W. Avenue D ing the presentation on behalf of B. Shirley Saturday evenuig. May
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Phone WY 6-3867
Canal Point Road the chapter.It 22. The social will be preceded bya
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Belle Glade, Fla.
was announced,the "breakingpoint" brief business session, startingat
John H. Kuiard, pastor 6:00: p. m-Evening WorshipUESDAY SUNDAY SERVICES
party, the chapter's final
8 p. m., with the new president,
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Bible Study'
social event of the spring.season, Mrs. Adams, to preside.
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society 11:00 a., m.-Morning Worship will be a cruise party aboard the .- --
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service
Paddle Queen of West Palm Beach
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. : WEDNESDAY Saturday night, May 22, with hus- 8:00 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m.-Bible Study
: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. I bands to be guests. Donna Plumer -. Walter L. Busbee
Everyone welcome. Special music --- -------------------
1--------------------------------- announced the chapter has renewed -

and singing. _. 1I I Patterson Circle Porpoise Talks subscriptions to several I HOMESTEAD AFB' Airman
magazines donated annually to the Second Class Walter L. Busbee
New Officer SlateMrs. Over The Telephone
Church Of God, Pahokee Public Library. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bus-

The program, presented by bee of 2797 Bacom Point Road, Pa-
Barfield HighwayPahokee W. S. Evans. Mrs. J. D. SARASOTA-The world' first Catherine Kennedy, featured tipson hokee, has been awarded the U. S.

Latham and Mrs. Nellie Reuter "porpoise-to-porpoise" long distance effective landscaping of residential Air Force Good Conduct,Medal at
Fla. were named on nominating com-
a
telephone call was made recently lawns and demonstrationson Homestead AFB.
A., L. Stone, Minister mittee to recommend a new slate of
Dick the making of various types of Airman Busbee was presentedthe
Phone 924-7363 as Moby star of the
officers for the lone Patterson
flower arrangements, such as cres- medal for exemplary behavior,
SUNDAY: Circle, Canal Point Baptist WMU, porpoise show at Floridala )d, Sa-
cent, horizontal vertical, Hogarthcurve efficiency and fidelity during the
i *4+ 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School at the May meeting of the Circle rasota attraction, called Keikl, a and triangle arrangements past three years of his Air Force
y 11:00: a. m.7-Moming Worship held Monday afternoon at the performing porpoise at Sea-Life which chapter members found service. He is an aircraft pneu-

7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- home of Mrs. Frank O'Connell with Park In Hawaii. I most interesting. Mrs. Schoeppel, daullc repairman: In a unit which f
ViceTUESDAY Mrs. J. L. McCall, chairman, pre : Mrs. Hillier the Strategic Air Com +
Moby Dick "talked" to Keiki by r co-hostess, assisted supports
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siding. means of a telephone apparatus with the serving of refreshmentsat mand mission of keeping the nation' -
7:30 p. m.- Prayer Service The program topic, "The Home which operates under water. The the close. intercontinental missiles and

THURSDAY: -Expressing Missionary Concern equipment was supplied by Gen- Norma Aldridge, outgoing president jet bombers on constant alert.
7:30: m.-Youth for Christ "
p. was presented by Mrs. La- eral Telephone. of Florida and Installed the new officers The airman is a graduate of Pa-
Service. 'T tham, assisted by Mrs. Alma Nail, the Hawaii Telephone Co. for Xl Beta Tau Chapter at the hokee High School.
Mrs. M. F. George, Mrs. C. B. ..
The novel experiment was made meeting at the home of June Parker. -
St.. Mary's Catholic Jones, Mrs. M. C. Carter and Mrs. with the knowledge that porpoiseshave Mrs. W. II. Rogers and son,

ChurchFather W. S. Evans. It was announced definite communication pos Elaine Unwin was inducted presIdent Billy, were guests In Pahokee Sun-
,
Mrs. M. C. Carter will have chargeof sibilities. Scientists have found ; Shirley Ann Shirley, vice day of her mother, Mrs. Maxine

the program at the June meet-' that porpoises have well developed president; Lois White, recording I Joyce returning to their home ,in
Francis Fennech, Pastor at (he home of &r.. R. ,G.
Sunday Mass: =J11J80! a. m. I ng mental ,processes, including motions -; secretary; Margie,.Branch, poxresponding -,I Fort- Myers Sunday. evening.Mr. .
Rodgers.Mrs.
Confessions before &Iasa I such as Joy And sorrow, i secretary; and Louise
C. B. Jones gave the opening General Telephone Co. 'representatives Zaccagnino, treasurer. Each of the I I and Mrs. Lee A. Wroten
prayer. At the close of tho have not revealed the contents installed officers, together with and family have as a guest this
Glades Baptist ChurchRev. meeting the group attended the tea of the discussion by the A two Mary Thomas representative to week her mother, Mrs. Velva El-

given at the church by the GlrlaAuxiliary porpoises. the BSP City Council,, and Beth liott of Naples.
( Jonathan L. Wolf) under .the sponsorship i !
Meets in Pahokee Lions Club of the'WMU. 7 : _. ----
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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a. m. Officers Installed
PREACHING-11:00 a. m. and I

7:30 p. m. B., rRriw; : !.1f }H l
SUNDAY B. Y. F. -6:30 p. m. Invest In Happiness

WED. PRAYER-7:30 p. m. ,Mrs. ,Jill Pitts, outgoing j>rel- ,

-II" dent of ,Phi. .Gamma flu Chapter. ;
St. Peter's Lutheran Beta Sigma Phi Sorort&, served u

l Jiitalllng officer for ,the inductionof ; INVEST IN A HOME : i
Church Belle Glade '
I 'new'officers" of the ,chapter at ,
the meeting held at the home of ., ,
August K ber, Paator
:/ 601 W. Lake Rd.roe Belle Glade her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Discover the thrill, the deep-aown satisfaction of :
SUNDAY: Mcjhvain, '617 }acom !oipt Rd,

Divine Services 11 A. M. Monday'DorathBuckner night. was Inducted Owning) your own home! ,Frequently) .you can own 1
School 9:45: A. M. '
.. .r president; Peggy Hatton, vice with payments no higher than rent and build
president; Cecil Watson, recording -

Marion ChamberlainWed secretary; Carol McIntosh, c
To T. R. Scott HJ responding secretary; and Heather
Reid, treasurer. : future. Many people are now enjoying the comforts -
Miss Marlon Cate Chamberlain, Following the installation the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert new president, Mrs. Buckper pre. of home made possible with the'services of

Frederick Chamberlain of West sided at a brief business session

Palm Beach former Pahokee residents Cynthia Turbevllle was in charge our helpful, courteous personnel at Everglades

and Thomas Richard 3cott of the progrsm. Mrs. Pitts was
m were married at Guardian' hostess during the serving of refreshments Federal Savings and Loan Association.EVERGLADES .

Angels Episcopal Church In Lao- at the close. "
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tana April 18, with Rev. Charles

Farrar officiating. BIRTHDAY PARTY FEDERAL ,
The reception dinner followingthe Sandra Mlndlin celebrated her

ceremony was held at the eighth birthday anniversary at a
I home of the bride's parents, C621 luncheon and swimming party held f Savings And Loan Association

: Hobart Ave. The couple are now at the Holiday Inn, Belle Glade, t ACCOUNTS INSURED"' BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND ."' INSURANCE CORP.
; residing at 1015 No. H. St., Lake Saturday, with her mother Mrs.
Worth. Karl Mlndlin, hostess. Mrs. J. M. Pahokee Belle GladeI

Among those attending the wed Antuna assisted the hostess with I I"

ding and reception was Mrs. Gertrude the entertaining. Luncheon was
Williams of Pahokee. served to 12 guests.





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1 Eight The Everglades News, C&nal Point;Florida 83488 Friday :May 14, 1_

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Litter Cans To Can and effective. One such bag was Florida I
KAB from Mich. Products
rec-hed;; by Hell ,

bearing the slogan in large red let-
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C ters, "Don't throw your trash all On
g gt School were, EasterSmith: ::; first; over HelL" The city's.Chamber of ACLSpecial

Espy Johnson, second, and Sarah .
Commerce asserts, "It is amazinghow Jo.
Hill, third. At Pahokee High
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much these litter' bags have TALLAHASSEE-The Florida
School the winners were Maurice
i litter HelL We haveno
eliminated in
Sullivan, first; Karl Kulow second whatsoever." SunFLAvor Seal of Quality program

+ md David Andrews, third. Judges prpblem---- received its biggest promo
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were Mrs. Kenneth McIntosh, Mrs. tional boost to date during the-
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Edgar Wilder and Mrs. J. T. Boynon. Exemplar Day Will week of May 2 when the first an-

Be Observed May 20 nual Florida Fruit and Vegetable-
Assisting in for I
arrangements Jamboree was staged in New York
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the contest were Mr. Hendersonand
4TV Local chapters of Beta Slgiua City.
Mr. Rujaell at
the East Like
Phi Sorority will observe ExemplarDay Florida Commissioner of Agriculture -
School; Mrs. Doris Land, Miss Ann
Lowe and Miss Sharon Johnson I with special rituals at the Pay Doyle Conner and Nancy
hokee Lions Club building on Eat Collins, who is Miss SunFLAvor
at Pahokee School Mrs.
High
; Main Street Thursday May 20, at headed to New York for the Jam-
!t William S.
Plumer chairman, Mrs. I
r d 8pm. borce. SunFLAvor licensed shippers .
Ruth V. Meredith, Mrs. Lloyd .
Louise Zaccagnino is general were in the group along with
4sk Hundley and Mrs. Don Hilller for
chairman in charge of arrangements members cf the Florida Citrus
the Garden Club.
j' Norma Aldridge will pre- Commission other agricultural
$ : The sponsorship of such con- sent the Exemplar Ritual, and industry leaders.A .

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tests is encouraged by Keep Amer- Sarah Thomas, The Order of the major trade dinner and a

rw ica Beautiful the national anti- Rose Ritual. luncheon for food editors will be

A litter, organization which collects .. I highlights of the jamboree. In addition

litter bags from all over the Unit- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Korbly .I nearly 8,000 boxes of Sun-

T TS ed States in search of catchy slogans Sr., of Tampa were guests in Pa- FLAvor citrus were auctioned at

S. tR that help to make its educational -I hokea last weekend of their son, the New York Fruit Auction oa

program more interesting!I Richard Korbly, ,Jr., and family. the morning of May 3.


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MRS. WILLIAM R. KENNEDY

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Miss Marprie Diane Hollon Becomes The Bride

William R. Kennedy In Church CeremonyM


Margie Diane Hollon Given in marriage by her father,

daughter of Mr and Mrs. E. F the bride wore.a gown of Chantilly

Hollon became the? bride of William I lace over taffeta with a scalloped
neckline and wrist point sleeves.
Ralph Kennedy son of Mr. and
Her full skirt of tiered lace extended -
Mrs. Norman Kennedy in a candle I
in train. The elbow "'
a chapl ,
light ceremony Saturday evening
i if length veil of silk illusion
I' May 8 at the Canal Point Methodist -,
f fell from a crown of lace and
church. : t .
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pearls. She carried cascade bouquet
a
i'i The Rev. Robert Shelley of Ala- of white carnations centered Corsair A1ona Sport Sedan :'1
uchua performed the double-ring
\ with a white orchid. Her single
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ceremony before the chancel decorated !
1 strand of pearls was a gift from !
with palms and six severuf -
j II branched candelabra, altar ar- the groom. I "
Th: briJe's mother chose for herdaugtter'a AMW'+Nwn, r ;,;,. .sJOaAAibe.A ""WMYitln I
rangemens of white Glads Ca- uw..y .
I nations and Ivy in brass containers wedding a natural colored
F lace dress with matching acCt ,
1" and matching side baskets of same ;
I orlea.
flowers. White satin bows centered C/ury It Nooa Sport ,
The bride
mother
groom's
wore
with Ivy marked the family Coape "s. :"'
ro .beige lace dress and bone ac-
pews.The I :
cessories. Both the mothers and ,
soloist was the Rev. J. W.
,
the grandmother of the bride Mrs.H. .
Baugher pastor of the church r
L. Sears, carnation
'I wore cor
who sang "Because", "Till" and

I "The Lord's Prayer". Miss Sharon sages. ,
Following the ceremony a reception J
Johnson was the accompanist and
was given by the bride's parents -
played nuptial music and the traditional
I, in the social hall of thIS church. wr .
wedding' march.
'. Mrs. Ron Ter: Haar was In Clurelk bfali6y
Mrs. Louis Lombard of Miami
charge of the guest book. The Sport Covpe
cousin of the bride was matron of I
I. t bride's table was covered with a
honor Miss Dottie Lair was bride'smaid
i white laco cloth over pink and
and little Miss Kim Murphy
centered with five branched silver
1 of Clewiston, also a cousin of the a -

bride, was junior bride's maid. candelabra with pink tapers
and entwined with a floral ar-
in identical
They were gowned
floor length dresses of shocking rangement of pink carnations

I pink silk organza over taffeta and baby's breath'and leather leaf
fern. The four-tiered
r .featured scooped neckline and elbow cake deco-
length sleeves. A self bow rated with pink roses was served

with stream complemented the by Mrs. Hllbum Murphy of Clew

backs of the skirt They' wore iston and Miss Janie Lee of Lake
Worth. Punch and sandwiches .f
matching petal hats with nose CA/rrobf/mpoIa Sport Sedan
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were served by Miss Gayle Sears ; '
veils and carried bouquets of deep .
';'pink carnations. Mr. Kennedy's Miss Ann Peacock and Mrs. Jeff

best man was Jeff Barwick. ushers Barwick. Others assisting with the .t

were Mac Crews, Walter Young reception were Mrs. Wendell Harris :' i1 !
and James Veal. Gray Hollon, ; Mis. Q. 11. Sheppard Mrs. THE NO. 1 WAY : :

Lloyd Hundley, Mrs. W. K, Buchanan
brother of the bride was junior
usher. and Mrs. Lester Hand who

I, made the pink tree which was hung What's your vacation plan-World's Fair, Yellowstone, Niagara,

--- with little pink net bags ,of rice. Mackinac)( .
Bridge, summer cottage? See us for the right Chevrolet
For traveling the bride wore a
\l.MiM![ ; !. you'll make it in Like the
pink silk suit with matching pink so style. a lively Corvair. Or style and

straw pill box hat. The couple left economy of a Chevy II. Or a youthful Chevelle, favorite in its size

PRINCE Immediately for a wedding trip to class. Or a luxurious Jet-smooth Chevrolet. The last three are available d

THEATREI New York. with the economical, spirited Turbo-Thrift Six. You can order a
Both Mr. and :Mrs. Kennedy
I are Monza with to 140 hp. You can't find better time .
PAII FLA. graduates of Pahokee High School: up a newer car or a

f and Mrs. Kennedy will be a sopho to buy one. Come in-pick yours howl I

SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY more at Palm 'Beach Junior College t

'. MAY IS-17-18 next year. The couple will Red Hot and Rolling! See your Chevrolet dealer for a new .
: I spend the summer in Danville,

New York where Mr. Kennedy will CHEVROLET CHEVELLE CHEVYD CORVAIR

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;* family farming operations
,;MANY FACES" of A. N. Kennedy and ,Son In 09-1223

\ Groveland, N. Y. and plan to return
LANA TURNER AND
to Florida in September.
Iltou1O'liR1AN Stanley Chevrolet Inc.

(IN COLOR) Mr. and Mrs. Wiley TUlia had as ,
their uncle and aunt
recent guests ,
" i i.q Mr: and Mrs.. s. L. GUlcUnd of 164 Lake Ave. Pahokee, Fla. Phone
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