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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: August 20, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
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System ID: UF00079910:00191
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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August 27, 1965 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT By PAUL RARDIN !

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CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE, VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNT

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Unusually Large Water May Be Off Lake Shore Drive

As Line Put Down Hospital Auxiliary Hang Drapes

Crowds Attended Water Service By
Henry Kautz of the local water ,

Baptist VB School] may company be off said at yesterday different that times water in New 6-hch LineWater And Prepare For Open House '

the Lake Shore Drive ties white
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the new water main Is being in
More than two hundred students stalled. "It customers on Lake Shore Blue Devils
Is Impossible to install Will The Everglades Memorial Hospital -
Attended the Vacation Bible School Canal)
Drive in Point who throughthe '
the new main and keep the water
juat toonc1uded at the Canal Point 1 flowing at the"same time," Mr. years have fussed because of Play In Oklahoma ) Auxiliary will hold a work-
Church, ..aU-1 low business meeting at the hospital
Baptist setting an KauU said He pointed out that water pressure, have a treatin new
time record, according to the past ,.interruptions would be for oat store for them within the next I I Chuck Pell and Harold Peacock on August 3L beginning at
er B... Lawrence Stewart. Graduation few weeks according to Henry left on Wednesday of this week
an hour l't so at a time until installation 9:30: in the morning! This will be
exercises were held last Kautz, of the recently inaugurated for Miami, Oklahoma, to enroll
manager
of the new six-Inch main the first meeting of the new year,
Friday following the ten day ; Southeastern States for the fall semester at Northeastern -
Is completed. I ; according to Mrs. Grace Maxaon,
eaurselthat: average more than ISO Utilities concern now operating- the Oklahoma A&M. College and president of'the auxiliary.The .
students dally. local water plantAnnouncement participate in the college's preseason work of the
part program
Perry Hall Is superintendent of Thurmond Knight was made recently football practice sessions. This will be hanging draperies: at the
the Sunday School and it was this by Mr. KauU who was president will be Chuck's second year and new hospital. The auxiliary has
department of the church that of Canal Point Utilities, Harold's first. Both were out
raised about
$1,800 for draperies
sponsored the Bible schooL Al the I Closes $5 MillionOkeechobeeDeal Inc., that the plant and distribution standing stars on the Blue Devil and have made more than 60 pairs
,graduation exercises, handiwork system had been sold to the varsity football team while attending already.
of the students was on display. aforementioned concern with head Pahokee High School.
f ..... .. At 'the business meeting a numi
The Bible school has been held offices in Bridgeport. La., and a I ber of important items are on the
regularly for the past 20 years. Florida office in Fort Lauderdale.The .
dollar Corn Growers Will agenda. Mrs. Maxvon! Bald this!
The pastor pointed out that classes A five million real state new owners took over on July week that she hopes every member '.'
were held from 8:30 in the morning deal was closed by Thurmond 30. will attend .and come prepared to :
until noon. Knight of Knight Realty Company This week workmen have been Organize Sept 2nd spend the entire day at the business -
RCT. Stewart was warm In his of North Palm.Beach on August 2J busy distributing new 6lnclpipe I meeting and the work after
praise for each and every person when Okeechobee, Inc., cold out to between: the Canal Point Depart ward. Mrs, Manson said Mrs. Allle
who participated in the work of Azalea] Meats, .a South Carolina''I ment store and the Palm Villas Glades Office Bldg. Okie, board'chairman, and J, ,C.Simonds .
conducting the jdiooL He pointedout corporation. The deal was closed in Tourist Court alongside of High I ,> hospital. administrator,
that its success could not have Miami, Mr Knight sa-<*!. way US441- -the .road to Pahokee. 'The will both be,present to go over the
P been assured, without this splendid Large scales development of the Underground installation of the organizational' meeting of plans for the open house which !is
i cooperation. 52.000;acre ranch !is planned: according new pipe'was scheduled to get un- the members of the Florida Sweet scheduled for early .September.

to President Andy Griffith derway thiaNreek. Mr KauU said. Corn Advisory" Committee is Auxiliary. members; will be askedto 1
;; who also said that the ranch is being The new plpVwfll give the customera&i scheduled for 10:00: A. M.;, Thursday this. event.

-_.Circle I Brags fy :'stocked as-rapidly. u ,pasture' l4&J.; Shore Driye a sew, Palm, September BedellhuntrCladesj'OffcQBuilding 2, at the palm/ .participate'T.i I....r O.r.- '
can te provtdedMuch and higher' .watejpressure' not
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New Pahokee StoryTo ] of the land has bean leased heretofore enjoyed\In that particular in Belle Glade These are Marshall Lair Is
the committeemen recommended
to .the past to tomato growers i section of Canal Point How
of the Ft. Pierce area, and Mr. the plumbing..Installed many years by the industry at ,their annual
i Open Nov. 1st I Griffith says this will be continued j I ago will stand up under the new missloner meeting and of appointed by Com City Clerk) After
Agriculture
Doyle
and perhaps expanded In or- water pressure will be determinedI
"''j der not to plant 'few when the service Conner to serve during th.1 6 -66 Mrs. Pat
' Pabokee is to ;haves new drugstore upset growers I a days new season. : Mackev
Griffith also will continue
Mr is available.
around November 1 ,If
I' present
leasing the property to the State .. Following organization, the
of Frank Seldes materlalize
plans for game conservation purposes, Committee will make recommendations Beginning September 1, Marshall
according to schedule." lie In order that the hunters of Flor- Canal Point School to the Commissioner of Lair of Pahokee will become
I Circle 8" DrugStore
the
plans to open Agriculture for initial regulationswhich
clerk'succeeding Mrs.
1 ida will continue to enjoy hunting the new city
date In new building -
on that a will be In effect the
being erected next door to the privileges on hl.lland. All Set For 1965-66 during 1 Patricia Mackey: who resigned and
196 .66 sweet corn marketing season
.1 The deal i"as sandlud by-Thur will move with her,husband, R. G.
Store.
Pahokee Army I along with ,such other business
mond Knight "Accredited Farm Mackey,'to Immokalee where they
"The building Is to be a thoroughly .
modern structure G75 feet and Land Broker", representing+ Year Opens Mon. as will propperly come before will be engaged in the produce
erected 'uader the I the buyer and the sell-r was represented I It .. business. Mrs. Betty McCoy has I.
and Is being
by Realtor 84rLch"'Montgomery .UI been named as Mr. Lair's assistant
supervision of Gene Plckren, pa-I '
bokee builder. of Ft. Pierce,, Principal. W. White of Canal Private School To
school that all is in The term will expire
I. )fro and Mrs. Seldes and their .... Point says present ,
I readiness for the opening of classes next May and to hold the job after
Into a
moved
children have
house two owned by Johnny Wilsonacross Farms House next Monday morning despite the Open On MondayPahokee that time it will be necessary for
the street from the PuN Unity lack of two instructors. Emergency Mr. Lair,to win the election on the ,
measures will be used until'' first Tuesday after the first Monday '

OU Station.McGrill Mrs. Seldes, owner Is and a niece-ClpJ. .Bought Hatton the full complement of teachershas I Day Shoo, a private In May. )fr. Lair Is presently a
of Herman been made available. Mrs. RitaPkye I Institution, will open' for classeson employed at Boss In. Pahokee. Hes
.... erator of the Pahokee. ,Army buiidbgerected .Store : Hooks,will be in the office asthe I Monday morning; lit the Sunday a former:member: .of 1 the"staff
t ;: who is having the new store. Unity Farms, Inc* packinghouse new school secretary. I School building of the Pahokee of..Bank of Pahokee.. r r3frs. .
the
drug .
;:" for -located on Tanners Market -Mrs. Janice Harrington. has joln- ,Methodist 'church. A full'corps o< Mackey plans to move with
Road In Pahokee has been 'purchased the teaching staff as neat. fourth teachers will be on hand for the her husband Robert O. Mackeyto. :
; RardinsR6undOut by: Joe Hatton Ins, according grade 'teacher: and Mrs:: :. MildredMcParland ginning (classes which will Im: Immokalee the first part of Octobeif -
r; i. to an announcement by I ,.new f if tH'(grade. teach- elude children from Pahokee, Ca' .where he will be engaged ,Jn
Joe Hatton Sr., head of the pro- ef. '.. nat Point, Belle Glade, South Bay arming. They have purchased land
31 Yrs. Canal Point duce firm. The house will handle Returning teachers I.l ... Mrs. numbering between 60 and 75. there and wSIt grow peppers.' lie I
I and process corn potatoes, cucumbers Alma Burr, first grade; Mrs; Headmaster is Don Griffith who will be associated: with Johnson
Thirty-one wonderful years!" and squash. Repairs are being Helen Henderson, *second grade: Is 24 and hu an extensive background brothers Produce Company, a

That's the way Mr. and Mrs.i rushed on the packing plant to putIt Mrs. Mildred Lorrlck third grade; In education Including large grower of peppers, and Mrs.
I '. Paul Rardln on Tuesday of this la shape for the coming season. Thomas' Parker, sixth grade Mrs. teaching for the State Departmentof Mackey has accepted the positionof t

,i .: week described their more than Mr. Hatton points out that with Charlotte Walston- and .Mrs. Billle Education for Florida Institute bookkeeper .for. ..the firm. i
";'' three decades .of residence in Canal favorable weather he :hopes to Huddle. for Continuing University Studies
Point have corn for the northern market Mrs. Walston and,Mrs. Huddle and in the schools in a number of VISIT RELATIVES
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: During those years Mr. Rardln not later than October 5. From will teach overflow classes until North Florida counties. Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Pad-
't ,...', served in public office 22 years of the looks of the corn growing In the two new teacher needed are First and second grades will be gett accompanied by 'her mother, "
.' the 31. He served two years as ninny areas around Pabokee and obtained then Mrs. Walton will taught by Sandra Gay, June grad- tlrs, Calvin Shin spent the past
\ state representative in the Tallahassee Canal Point this date Is Just about resume remedial teaching and Mrs. uate of Florida State University; : weekend with their son and daugh
legislature and 20 years as right. Huddle will return to her work as third and fourth grades by Ann : ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
orc .
the Glades member of the Palm Corn In an stages of growth up llbrar an. Washbura also a June FSU graduate 1 Padgett of Waldo, Florida. They
i* ,* commission. to knee nigh can be seen ''IJ Hat- Griffith will teach fifth were accompanied home by their

t-h''"* Beach And county during most of that time ton Highway, this week. Celery 11 I Two hundred and fifty new doctors grade; and Harold Williams holder grandson Jimmie, While here,
l I Mrs. Rardln has served as pianist also being set alongside that same' have been graduated from the of a muter of arts degree from Jlmmle also visited his other .,
for tM Canal Point Baptist chute county road. University of Florida's College of FSU, will teach sixth and seventh grandparents, Mr.:and Mrs. A. If.
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ph where she takes an'active partr Medicine, In the J. Hlllis Miner grades. Scruggs. .
c church work. NEW CHURCH BUILDING Health Center since its first graduating Executive board of the achool dHMr. +-

r, Through the years since coming A alp on a lot south of Adams 'class In. .1960.r is composed of the following: Mrt.Joe and Mrs. H. T. Fowler hive
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Mrs. Edgar returned to home In Dublin,
Bacom PoInt'Road11: 'Tom Boynton, their
to Canal Point, Mr. Rardin has Store on
. been editor 'and;"pubasfeeT of Tbs "Future. Home of Pabokee 'Bap- Mr. and II.... J. V..Thomas and Wilder Mrs. Robert Apelgren. Ga:. alter being the guests of Mr.

" "prerglade*News wUefe was esttsfefesd tist Mlsskm. Now meeting to, eWomm' Mrs.;Bob Meyer an*' son Butch Mrs. Ells Wilkinson aO of Fahok ant Mrs, Prentice.* TurbeviUe forUM
c.' 'f- ten yars befee fell arrival. Oub-bulMteg." spent the weekend I t. Myers."' .. and Frits Stein of Belle Glade. I .weekend.. "'I '<'.

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Friday,August 27,11985
_Page Two The Everglades New, Canal Point, Florida

and carried a nosegay of pink;oar. *
Brenda Kay Unwiit nations. '

We & Glover Dfcas,,Jr. The bride's acre t length gpwa
of white satin featured a lace
ja.eke.tas1 one With circularneckline
Brenda Kaye Unwin: of
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andlltog.sleeves buttoned!
Belle Glade and Glover Dear; Jh,
Pahokee were united In marriage at the wrists. Her elbow length
of Impressive veil was attached to a tiara of
I In a simple but ceremony seed pearls and she carried a cas-
II} double-ring candlelight cade of white roses tied wt white
held,at the home of Rev. and:m&C .1 satin streamers.Edward .
I Guthrie Coivard In Pahokee, Au-
I Crews served as Mr.
officiating. Deas' best man.
I 'The reception following the
torliinr was beautifully
floor! wedding was; held at thechome at
featuring a
for the event,
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The Rardin Building In Canal Point Florida basket of gladioli, fug and' but- Mr. and Mrs. Lester, Hand, with
ton mums and was lighted: by Mr. and Mrs Sam McKinafcy; Jr.,
THE LACE,OKEECHOBEE! ; REGION HOME OF white: cathedral tapers' to two as co-hosts. The table,. covered
candelabra entwined: with white lace, wa* ligjtted With
graduated
THE EVE'RGLADES'NEVS with fern. white tapers In silver candelabra:
with dacoraUve'arnmgemeDts'
Thebride Is the daughter of
Serving the. Lake Okeechpbee Farming: Region Without, Mr: and Mrs. Horace Uhwln of Pa featuring-white lug munis. arid
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years L. 4 hokee 'and the bridegroom Is the fern In a silver bowl. Tha wedding

Established March 11, 1924. -, Published Every Friday son of Mr. and Mrs. Glower Dens, cake was; topped with,to.miniature:

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Ifs, Patricia Stewart Sr., of Moultrie, Georgia. bridal couple. '

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Rev. and Mme John Stewart of James Batchelor sang; "I Love Remer Mrs. Young finny' pour and from, )the T3.
Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter I'Enterprise, Alabama, announce You Truly" and "The Wedding I
DonThompson crystal punch bowl while Mrs.
the Prayer" accompanied by Mrs. I
engagement and approachingmarriage
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher of their daughter, 'Patricia pianist, who, also play Ellis Hall served portions of 'the
Rae ed the traditional nuptial selections. cake. misS Yvonne Thanfpsdnt was

C. G. "Windy" Willis Retires After 46Years ows of, Cbtfcmwood, to John ,Waldron Alabama,Mead-TU 1 at he bride', b.a.oi.}

wedding will take plaC at the Calvary I Miss Becky Mackey as maid of
,Baptist Church on September I honor and the bride's only attend- Mr. and Mrs. Hoaxer Norton and
Service Whit Atlantic'Coast'tineAfter 12.: Miss Stewart is thesister of : ant,. wore a two piece street.length -I familY have returned; to their'
Rev. Lawrence Stewart, pastor of gown of turquoise satin with home In Pahokea from Punta
I the Canal Point Baptist Church. bodice overlaid with dotted swiss, GOB&La
46# of service with J. vice
yean Lee president of the Coast I
Ute Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, Line with an office iri the general .......--- -
0. G. "Windy" Willis of Pahokee
office building of the Coast tine at
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will retire August 8}-next Tues >
day. 'Mr. Willis went with the, Jacksonville. The contents' of the
Coast Line back in, 1919 and has I letter follow: tea.
I "Dear Charlie
been, working regularly ever since :
I have your letter of August 11,
that date. At present his? office is
in Belle Glade and Pahokee but advising me that you plan to retire >
he .served the company In Winter on August 31. ry'z
After more,than 46 years of outstanding ; Phone 924-5511 '
Park and
Tampa Plant City before service to the company, Pahokee.phone. WY 62550Belle Glade
coming to the Glades where
he has and in the light of the advico you
been commercial agent. Y SALES and SERVICE
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have received from
say you your
During the 48% years that he t .
has been with the company all of doctor. I feel you are doing the *
the time has been served.with the rigit thIDJ'1r1 your own Interest, :} Heating Air Conditioning Appliances"Now *
ana t air decision'Ii "
sure your a ,

the transportation exception of department seven years:with In I I sensible:i one. '. ">.>.>.H -9.>*>.>.>.X.': .>.:..>"> >.> "'H ..>++.>">+++.
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other departments. far as.Coast Un.lt concerned
however, t. afraid that _. ...
Mr. Willis and his family, his am Pa- --- -- ..--.---
wife, Peggy, a teacher In Pahokee nUkes may never be the laiD'again.
schools; d son, Bill, and a daughter The 30 years in which you
Virginia live in their home at have represented us in that territory
162 South Second Street have certainly made you "Mr.
Mr.; Willis is in receipt of a let Coast Line" in all that area, and :
ter of commendation: from. Philip you have won not only the gratitude dirty i dih
of the Coast Line but of the $

NOTICE population generally,by, the manner .
NOTICE: Is hereby given that it ,In which you have lived and -
is the,intentidh) of:tpe;undersigned helped Coast Line And its many do themselves
In the Lake The
to engage in busineB.s.nteftl se patrons region.
under the factitious, 'itl name of Coast Line feels very proud of you
GLADES TRUCK STOP locatedat asa representative and as a citizen

3511 East ,Main Street, Taho- and I think you can take '
kee, Florida.. Tl3eratuure\ 6f said pride and satisfaction in your ac- WITH AN
business to be a' Service Station complishments.There AUTOMATICELECTRIC
and Restaurant, and we Intend to are few people for whom -
register said'f:Ah\6'"W1U1 the Clerk I have a warmer and closer ferl-! ** > g+

of the'Circuit Court of P 1m.B@ach Ing than you. This feeling something "
County, Florida pursuant ,to Sec- that did not develop suddenly DISHWASHER

tyon 68 .09, Florida Statutes.:. but came upon me graduallyover f
DA'EED'ths'33: day, :of August. the years in which you and I \ \ v
196 Sa worked closely together, and.I.
GLEN O. HATFII rLD' want you ,toe know that I appreciate ,.::.;
RYLE'E:HAmmt.D1b. ( your friendship and your '

.: .ui. Sfr,' Sept.3,10: ,'17, 1965. helpfulness deeply. My association
,1t1 you Is e\1lng!! th I

-- St "rw--.n,rz rt' "Irr haD. h1 d.16i 1 1)ii) F ... End Mess '
.. urea X afro!r E sirtaihP pe-th tIn You'ra free forever from, :"':jt'i

Ads' .'be:year*:to comjpi vyi21 ,yqu I a daily metty,chore.
Classified \
the g&Ji fortune of .*edn; : \
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POSITIVELY: all want ads or Ifi your retired status, I hope t
classifieds, as 'you. Turin td call! that'you,will enjoy many years of M r .,
'them, are fcayabie W aflVKflce from ,contentment; ,and thai xour.release':
his day forw*'t'\t' TJon't(!.phone 'em. -from the..pressures, of active 'Ie r-;, a'
Write It aMa'drjto *.a'r WU In vice wlpeof} benefit to yoi, I Cost :
''the envelope? tf*yotf want it rub With sincere,good wisheavl ara _5Bi :
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oii e.' '$2 if you. want it 'run" twice Cordially yours 4s' Wehaapar electricity .*""

find soon.YUAT8 : Philip J. Lea.VicePiece makat M ab aaiy affofd. 't'twf I

.< IN ,HIE ATTIC that you Coast Une.Atlantic'. I
_'don't need? A"$1.06,classified ad ? .fh,,;
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you a sale. Just' eta your? &di,n.. APPRECIATIONWe ,*, ", '
dose/ a dollar and we'll do the rest. ,
.. She Everglades News,,Canal.''Point, hope this small token of our : i ; ;"f'
FuuFOB gratitude to' the people of Paho :1'
kee will be taken as we extend it "
SALE: NfJW'snd Used'Willys as 'an expression of our sin- ..4"
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein cereat appreciation and d e e p Automatically Rally Cleans pre-rlntat .. ,-:.\..
.. Belle Glade, Ph6ne'6-5038. thankfulness for the many kindnesses washaa.rinses and '
Oct. 11-M-ch extended to us at the time aamtizaa ng' ti ,
In water hotter Save Time .. .
of the "
burning of our home andpossessions
'81! 'TIO'TANK Service, available than hands can Givaa'you an a trI .,
a few nights ago. You stand..,and dries'am Means
:by calling me. We do excellent tIouuechday a Full-Tim. Moths "
have been so very good to us that aparkfinabriohtProtacts tot ,,a .
tam Py-tun You belong will '
work. Bob' Durrance, Phone we shall always remember our family haalthl end.---....:.-.... N the. Iamaly' your- family.not the d.A...v ; ,.. I
H&- 268. Sept. 17 pd. kind friends. NY"sn.kclric di.hwrt.ta.b. ,

FOR ,LEASE: 480 acres of load We express our very special x
thanks to Miss York and 0 '
almost ready to farm. Short Judy -.
term or long term lease. Phone Deputy Sheriff Curtis Sloan who AN ILrcn.IC r
FOOD
after 7:00, p. m. 924-7384 or 924- both Arrived on the scene Just In WAIn OtfIOlq 'f' r"
21. A6tfch.FOB tune to beat down our door, andget de.ner.perfect + kcMna .J\ \ .
... tidier .;:; .
us out. Without their help it is '
'8AIJBfrWT: ',Buick, ringer -that would have ... ,
we :
likely +
Very i .I J"a' See
yli '' .
type washing machine' and an been seriously,burned or killed.We .' ., : II. .., t:; .'X_.....f. ... ..;' .;..-I. c or plwnbiag VOW applianeR ccnncaort'OW.d.... : '*
upright freezer. Call 924-2721 'or express our sincerest ,gratitude 'l '-'
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check at the Alabama Barber to'both.Mr '. ..

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fe.How doe the new 3/4% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the lifo of the Bond... ".
A: Wiih'Seriea E Bonds the rate turns 18.76 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
,. $25.00 'fourteen month faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds wild .
Your savings"increase faster, because your Bonds income for'living expenses while E Bonds a \
mature in-just 7 yean, 9 months. nest efffor, people J.1old 'Bonds and families for
1 saving ; eay,a \
With Series H Bonds the
10-year maturity period child's:education, buy E Bonds.Qt '
stays the same but more interest is paid you each
f. aizmont &With both E and H Bonds tha'new.rate In what denominations can I buy series Band series
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t' worboutto.2Hforthefi.ntyearanda'haltitbID Honda?
'\" a 4,4 year At E Bonds: Z (coat 1&75), itt (cost $37.50), 5100 .
fc When did the new rate become effective? (cost $79.00), $200) (cost $150.00)( $500 I
A* June 1, 1959. (cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00),' '
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$10,000co5t$7, 00.00).
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Ii I fPERS'DNAl the The cenenoony.bride's parents w were hostsat
NEWS NOTESMrs.
the reception at their home following

I.T; the ceremony. At the head,
of the. receiving line welcoming,
Harlan Soars is at her Dick Bordeaux in Norfolk, Va. guests for the hosts, was :Mrs
./ home at Port ':IWayaca following I Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Connell Ellut Rard1n, wearing a corsage of
unergency surgefy in a West have returned to their home after green cyplpedlum 'panlforum orchids ,
Palm Beach hospital where she I visiting with friends in parts of Presiding the bride's
underwent an operation after her I Maryland and several Georgia book, which was draped: with smi-
appendix burst. Mrs. Sears is reported cities. lax and tuberoses, were Miss Joyce
to be getting along ex Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Tillls of Ft Brown and Miss Alice Joy Wilson.

cellently.W. :Myers are visiting his mother, Mrs.C. Portions of the wedding cake were
A. (Cricket) Cross is still H. Tillls who is a patient at ,, cut by Mrs. J. Marvin Unwin, aunt
confined to his home' at Dorstt Everglades Memorial Hospital. of the bride.
Fla., suffering from blood poisoning I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Schroder: Others assisting at the reception
in his right foot. So serious has I' and family were the guests of his were Mrs. M. H..Baxter auntof
the been the parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schro '"
case through past i -'+ the bride, :Mrs. Ernest Maxwell
few weeks that thought was givento der; Sunday. They visited his Mrs. William Plumer, Mrs. Calvin
amputation for a while. mother, who was a patient at Peacock, Mrs. Lloyd Hundley Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam 'McKinstry, Everglades Memorial Hospital.E. I| Jerry Rhymes, Mrs. R. M. Sanders
Jr, and family Mr. and Mrs. Mel- O. Murphy and Mrs. Mack Mrs. John L. Hundley, Mrs. Glover

vin Spooner and family and Mr. Murphy returned to 'their homes in Deas, Jr., Mrs. Rcmer (Sonny>
and Mrs. Thadd Whidden spent the Miami after a visit with Mr. and I Young, Miss Vicki All.y, Miss Ana
weekend at. :Manatee Marina at Mrs. Ellis Murphy In Pahokee. Peacock and Miss Bonnilu Lair.
Salerno. Miss Janet Holmes returned to Mr. and Mrs. Chaplin will be at
Linda Reid will leave Sunday her home in Sylacauga, Alabama, their home in St. Petersburg after
for Lakeland where she will after a visit with Mrs. W. M. Du- Sept. 1, following a honeymoon in

enter Florida Southern College as Bose. Jamaica, BWI.Bride's .
a freshman.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dow Geiger have i .. .
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Myrtle Johnson and son, returned home after a vls.t; with ,
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Alvin, have returned trom Tucson, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.Carter In Jack I .{ % I LuncheonAt

Arizona, where she has spent the sonville. I } l Unwin Home
summer working on her 'master's Rev. and Mrs. John A. Briley d : ; '
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degree. and famllly returned; last weekend _
Mrs. Frank Rozelle Sr.,. spentthe from a vacation during'which they k I A Luncheon for Miss Yvonne
last six weeks at the A. S. S. C. spent some time at Lake Junalus. Thompson and her Bridesmaids
-I, in North Carolina./ ki, visited her son and daughter- was given at noon Saturday, August -
Mr and Mrs. Paul, Tillery re- in-law Mr. and Mrs. John A. y |I 21st, by her aunt, Mrs. J.

turned I home Sunday from Camp Briley Jr., at Barnesville, Georgia :, 'I Marvin Unwin in her home at
Ridgecrest North Carolina. 't/l.ey and other relatives in North Caro J1'.i'& > I Belle Glade.
were accompanied home by their ____ 1 Iq I The luncheon tables were laid

son, Reid, who has been a Junior lina.Mrs.. Gladys Boles and her par- I- with ecru lace cloths with yellow
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Counselor there this summer. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson roses and white wedding can lies.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ramey Sr., spent a two week vacation in Floral arrangements on. tables and
will spend the weekend in Rock- Birmingham, Ala., Valdosta, Ga. throughout the home were done bya
ledge and Cocoa visiting their and Salt Springs. While in Birmingham MR. AND MRS. RALPH D. JONES friend, Mrs. Mills H. Byrom.
children, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mill she visited her son and The combination salad and
er, III and Mr. and Mrs. David W. daughter-in-law, Mr. arid Mrs The of First Miss Methodist Church in Pahokee was the setting for the mai- placj cards were tiny dolls dress
rlage Mary Frances Arnold daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett
Ramey. They were accompanied by Michael Boles. Brooker of Fort Pierce and Ralph D. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. ed in clothes fashioned as dresses
their grandchildren, Hugh Graham I Mr and Mrs. E. G. Kllpatrick of Hilton Jones of Pahokee, on August <6L< Rev. Lawrence Stewart of the used in the wedding. The skirts
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IV and David Brian, who Lakeland and Mr1 and Mrs. Henry Canal Point Baptist Church performed the ceremony. were made of gelatin with each
spent the past week with them. Edward Kilpatrick and children doll :holding the name of the

Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Johnson and of Valdosta, Georgia, were the guests.
family are spending a couple of guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. V Miss Yvonne Truett Thompson Is Married Those present: were: Yvonne

weeks in Atlanta for a vacation.Mr. Thomas Tuesday. 1 To James B. Chaplin In Church Ceremony Thompson, Pahokee; Miss Bonnie
and Mrs. Junior 'Deas have The friends of P. A. Slzemore Chaplin, Miami; Miss Becky
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returned to their home after their will regret to learn that he is very I The marriage of Miss Yvonne cascade of lemon yellow California Mackey, Pahokee; Miss Donna

honeymoon. Enroute home they seriously ill in the Good Samaritan I Tru.tt; Thompson of Pahokee and Shasta pompon daisies with yilotv Derlcka, Cincinnati, Ohio; Miss
: visited her brother and family, :Mr. Hospital in West Pallm Beach. roses. Faith Sasaer Atlanta, Georgia;
and Mrs. Wayne Unwin. Mr. and Mrs. J. G.: Weeks are James Bailey Chaplin of Miami Mlsa' Mary Lou Varnedoe, Palat-
Mrs. W. A. Cross;Jr., and Leigh visiting relatives in Baltimore. was solemnized in an impressive Other attendants of, the bride ka; Mrs. John Miller, Belle Glade;
spent the weekend in Cocoa with Maryland, and plan to visit the candlelight evening ceremony at 8 were :Mrs. John W. Miller of Belle Debbie Unwin Blle: Glade; Mrs

friends. World's Fair in New York' before 1 I o'clock Saturday August 21,J.n.the Glade bride's matron; Miss Faith Ellis Wilkinson and Anne Wilkinson
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Unwin returning to their home in Canal First Baptist'Church'at Pahokee. Sasser of Pahokee Miss Donna Pahokee; Mrs. Paul Rardin

have returned home after a \lr I Point in two weeks. The couplerpepeaUdwitfaefr. rows Dertcks of CincinnatI. Ohio, and Canal Point; Mrs. Charles Chaplin _.

week vacation in Williamsburg, I Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Stanley an after Rev. OuthrtetfuJvarVpastor' Miss Mary Lou VamedoA- nf PA. Miami:- Mrs.Tn--- -__ _PL Thnmnannbride's w___......__.
Va., Mt. Vernon, Arlenglo, Va.. the guests of her parents, Mr. and of the church, as they stood beforean latka, 'bridesmaids; MbD; o mother of Pahokee; Mrs.
Washington D. C., the Carolina, Mrs. Piegler, in Lumpkin GeorgiaRehearsal altar lighted' with two 9-branch. Unwin of Belle Glade cousin of, John F. Furlong the Grandmotherof
and Panama City Beach. i ed and one 15-branched candelabra the bride, and Miss Bonnie Chap. Hialeah! and the hostess, Mrs.J. .
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wright and DinnerAt and decorated with hogarth lin of Miami sister of -the bridegroom Marvin Unwin. .
his parents spent the weekend in curve.arrangements: of all-white ; Junior bridesmaids. Their The bride elect presented her
*"t. Myers. The Holiday Inn gladioli, stock California ,fug gowns were fashioned identically attendants with gifts.
Mrs, Tommls Faye Rogers will mums, white scotch broom and to that of the maid'of honor, and .J. 'F
leave: this weekend to meet hot Mr. and :P.lrlCharles: Franklin drecana leaves against a bank of each carried a cascade of lemon
husband in Nevada. Chaplin of Miami were hosts fe t palms. Pews reserved for relatives yellow Shasta daisy pompons. Calling Shower For

Mrs. Betty Wilson returned the Holiday Inn in Belle Glade at a were marked with lighted tapers Escorted to the altar and given Barbara Lee PerryMiss

homo\ after a vacation in Savannah rehearsal dinner honoring their and smilax. in marriage by her father the -
Ga. i son, James Bailey Chaplin, and his The bride Is the daughter Mr. bride was beautifully attired in a Barbara
Lee
Mr. and Mrs. John D, Rogers ,bride-elect, Miss" Yvonne, Truett and Mrs.' Joseph Erby Thomp M1, floor-length gown of Bilk organza elect of Larry Thomas Perry, bride-
had as their recent guests her sitar Thompson and members of their 890 East Main St. Pahokee. A over taffeta. The fitted bodice, fee honored at a Miller was
calling
and brother-in-law, Mr..,- and wedding party ,Friday"night Aug. graduate Pahokee High School, embroidered with Alencon lace and Tuesday night shower held
:Mrs. N. V. Hawthorne.Mr. 20, following the rehearsal for the Class of 1962, she is presently a pearls, was fashioned with 7:30 to 930.: August 24, from
scoop
.'and Mrs. F. T. Lasslter have wedding at the First Baptist Chur- senior at Stetson University De- neckline and the long sleeves were Richard F. Hurt at the home of Mrs.
returned to their home after attending ch in Pahokee. Land, where she Is a member of pointed over the wrists. The bell Manor.In In Royal Palm
funeral services for his The centerpiece of the table decorations Delta Delta Delta SororityFor the skirt featured 'apron effect ,lace ,I 'the
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brother In Alabama. 'featured a replica of ,a next few months she has been assigned appliques. The chapel train was at* I honoree who receiving line with the
Mrs,R. T. Smith Is a patient at three-tiered wedding'cake, designed teaching internship In the tached at the back waistline. Her whit wore a corsage of
Everglades Memorial Hospital undergoing with white, mums and white St Petersburg public school ho elbow-length veil of French ,n...- Tommy roses, were her mother Mrs.
satin and with miniature Perry; the mother of the '
teats. roses topped a fore graduation. ion fell from a matching
rosette
bridegroom-elect
Mrs. R. J. Schroder was 'a pa. bride and groom. The'bridegroom son of Mr. and headpiece. She carried a cascade I Miller; and Mrs., Mrs. Tommy'I' .

ti nt at Everglades :Memorial HosPital ., Mrs. Charlei Franklin-. fhnnlln_ of, white tet roSe.. and_ _t.nhor,..ti... Hurt.
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where she was ill with pneumonia August Meeting af"WI 633 NE 119th St.- Miami: ;a centered with a white cattle n.-'a orchid featured in the white hibiscus 'were ,
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graduate cf North arrange:
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\ S. C. In5PahokeeR.A Ana centerpiece'' of the '
Debbie Hall daughter of Mr. and School and receded a;' bachelor's ?* Wllkinson,,smaU daughter ,table, ,
which
Mrs Ellis Hall is a patient at ,degree ftfora .. Stetson University of,Iff- and UnPEOb Wilktason I lace was laid with an ecru ;
** cloth.
Everglades Memorial Hospital.Mr. wrs. J. V Thomas, Sr., presidedat earlier ..tbb.year.xAt Stetson,,.he as flower- girl carried a white : arrangement was an encircling floral ., :
and Mrs. ,T. H. Bordeaux are the August meeting of the was a member "bf Sigma lid and peartlzed basket of J'Oee'petals.. punchbowl around the ,crystal '" .
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visiting their son, Mr. and Mrs. Simonson-Lair Circle Pahokee .Omicron Delta Kappa, president tor Frank Chaplin of Orlando serv- .The Individual cakesquares
I Methodist Woman's Society of the Men's Council, and during his ed as his brother's beat man. Tom- nuts a well as the mints and .
-, Christian Service, held at the homeof senior were served on silver compotes. -
year was listed In "Who'sWho my Wilkinson, small son of Mr. and .
11\1117\11( 'l 1\111'TIi111\117\11i1\,1'' \llll ulfTI' Mrs. Lon Wilson. In American Colleges and Mrs. Charles D. Wilkinson WAS An
Mrs. Thomas also presented a Universities... In September he will ring bearer. Ushers were Joe Erby hostesses electric mlxmaster from the '-, I
short entitled "Love and enroll for was among the lovely ,
program postgraduate work In Thompson, Jr.. brother of the CUts
PRINCE THEATRE Prayer." It was announced' that Stetson's School of Law' at St bride, Pahokee; Robby Chaplin Hostesses received by Miss Perry., ', '.:
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the September meeting will be Petersburg. brother of the bridegroom Chuck Hurt, in addition to Mrs. ,
held at the home of Mrs. Arch Robert O. Lamp' baritone 1IUo. Dillman and Bill Roberts were Mrs. Mary Alice Sulu-
PAIIOKEE, FLA. all of van. Mrs. Virginia ,
Blakey. Let, sang "More" "Whither Thou Miami; and Jim Terrell, Jackson Ann Rita Collier and Mrs.
r. Goestand Turbeville. '
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WEDDING AT NORTIIWOOD accompanied by M r.. Donald ville.Mrs.. Thompson chose for her --- (
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AUGUST 20-30-31 the bride of LaMont E. Al- also traditional nuptial selections. dress with matching; accessories. I, Keys Presbyterian! church of the

bertson In a double ring ceremony I Miss Rebecca Mackey of Paho- Mrs. Chaplin mother of the bride- ding of was the scene for the wed. .'
"VON RYAN'SEXPRESS" performed by Rev. Hal Hunter, kee, maid of honor wore a floor- rroom. wore a pink lace dress with daughter B-ttye Cora Bateman. l'''''

father of the bride at the North- length gown fashioned with maize matching accessories. The corsages the late Mrs.of Brooks Bateman and ..i
wood Baptist church Friday night. crepe sheath-type skirt and o'lvo! of both mothers were of James Bateman and F." \.
,1 FRANK SINATRA AND Rev. Hunter is a former pastorof green chiffon bodice styled wth: I white cattleya orchids. Mrs. John Chaplin' son of Mr. and .' .t
,. the First Baptist Church In Pa scoop neckline and longsleeves.. F. Furlong and :Mrs. Annie R. Robbins Mraq'bert Chaplin of Marathon.t"
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Tampa. was tied with a bow at the back. carnation corsages. Ray Hawk ,., ,
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August Koerben Pastor Guthrie W. Colvard, Pastor Stewart, Pastor. FAST COURTEOUS SERVICE \ ,
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade SUNDAY SUNDAY:
SUNDAY: 9:45 a. m. -Sunday School 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School .
Divine Services 11 A. M. 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship -
School M. 6:30: p. m.-Training Union
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.. 7:45 p. 'm.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening' Worship 50 XXi Students To Rachel J. Collier

First Baptist WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY: Weds J. McElhennyMiss
7:30: m. Service 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting
p. Prayer
I ,Church, Canal Point .4 Begin School Year : Rachel Jane Collier be

I Rev. James Harrison The Methodist Church \ St. Mary's Catholic I, came the bride of James Ray Mc
SUNDAY: Canal Point FloridaEdward Church On Mon. MorningMore Elhenny In a ceremony August -

9:45: a. m.-Sunday School 16 at the First Baptist Church in
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship F Norton Francis Belle Glade. Rev. Jack Ponce, performed ,
Pastor Father Fennech, Pastor than 50,000 Palm B, ach
6:30: p. m.-B. T. C. SUNDAY: Sunday Mass.: -: 11:30 a. m. the double-ring ceremony
'a 7:30: p. .-Evening Worship 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Confessions before Mass County children will be beginning in front of candelabra holding 15:

WEDNESDAY., :" 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship I church Of Christ the 1965-66 school year, Monday burning tapers and graced on each
7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer 6:45 p. m.-Evening Worship when the school doors swing open side by palms. (
Service. TUESDAY: .J 125 N. wAvenue D after the summer vacations. The bride Is the daughter of Mr.
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and Mrs. Barney B. Collier of Bella
8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society Phone WY 6-3867 This year, approximately 2,100
Glade. She from Belie
Holy Nativity 1st Tuesday Belle Glade, Fla. Negro students will be attending graduated
Glade High School in 1964, later
WEDNESDAY: SUNDAY SERVICES classes in 31 schools which once
Episcopal Church 7:30 p. m.-/Prayer :Meeting 10:00 were all-white facilities, though becoming a Palm Beach Junior
Bible
a. m.- Study
Pahokee ... College student. She is employedat
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship several of them have had some desegregation -
Harris Insurance
Agency.
Knight Family Is 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship previously. This represents ""
The is the of
bridegroom son
Rev. William Pickels, View WEDNESDAY better than one-ln-eight of
SUNDAY Home From VacationThe the Mr. and Mrs. Gv C. McElhency of
7:30 p.,m.-Bible Study II total county Negro student
Pahokee. He graduated from Pa-
8:00 A. 11-Holy Communion mn mt population.The .
4' hokee High School in 1962 and '.
Thurmond W Knight family county will start this year
First Methodist of 355 Evergreen Drive., Lake I Episcopal WomenIn with 87 schools of grade one now a Corporal: In the U. S. Marine

Park, has Just returned from a two Chapter Meeting through 12. This is four less than Corps.
Church, PahokeeJohn months trip in the western part of last year due to the phasing out The bride, given in marriage !;>y

the United States. The whole family st. Martha's Chapter of Episco- of small "pocket" schools. How- her father, wore a two piece linen
A. Briley, Pastor participated Including Mima ever, the county will have one new suit"with lace embroidered top.
pal Church Women met at the She carried cascade of white
SUNDAY: Papa, Thurmond, Jr., Susan, Dan senior high school-The John I. a
'+ 9:45: a. m.-church School ny, and Jeffry. home of Mrs. Vickie Harrington Leonard school in the Lake Worth champagne carnations in the otape
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship A new Airstream 26' Trailer at,Port Mayaca with Mrs. Thelma area-and a total of 50 additionalnew of a cross.
7:45 m.-Evening used the McCartin, president, Mrs. Johnny Bushes of South
p. Worship was pulled by faithful presidingover classrooms, when schools
w ... family Olds Station Wagon Twenty the meeting. start August 30. More schools and Bay served as matron of honor.
The Pahokee ChurchOf I States were crossed, an a total I Plans were made for holding a additions to existing facilities are She wore a mist green two piece
mileage of 10,000 was covered. games party after the regular under construction. i crepe suit and carried a cascade of
The NazareneRev. Highlights were such wonderful\ business meeting to be held Sep Palm Beach County's instruct California Shasta daisies. Gevrge
places as the Grand Canyon in tember 14 'at the home of Mrs. ional force will have increased McElhenny of Emory University '
Arizona the Petrified Forest Sheila Ames. last served as his brother's best man.
Willard Kllpatrlck ; ; a from approximately 2,400
'c. 433 Bacom Point Rd. week in Disneyland in Anaheim, As an outside project of the school year, to 2,600 this year.,Be- Immediately after the weddl n'g
Phone 9247528 P. O. Box 862 California; Sequoia and Yosvr'.te chapter they adopted Miss Florence ginning salaries for classroom a reception was held at the home
National Parks in California Badcock, resident of the of Mr. and Mrs. Junius T. Harris.
SUNDAY SERVICES: ; a teachers have been raised tromf,6oo
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Crater Lake National Park in Or- Bishop Grey inn In Davenport, $ to $5,000, and a uniform The bride's table was overlaid
.i 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship egon; a week In Yellowstone Park Florida The members of the chap- 7;;-hours a day, countywide. with a white embroidered cloth
'6:30 p. m.-Juniors in Wyoming, and lots of places In ter win see that Miss Badcock Is est&bUshed. over yellow, centered with a bouquet -
7:00: p. m.-Sunday Evening between.All remembered every month and on For students, county school of roses. The crystal punch
r i Evangelistic ,Service agreed it is nice to be back all special occasions.On board policy prohibits "Beatle"type bowl was at one end and a four-
WEDNESDAY: i home in good old Florida, but all Saturday, August 7, several haircuts for boys, and requires tiered colonade cake at the other.
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer plan for another summer next members went to Davenport lo mid-knee length dresses The cake was topped by a miniature

meetinig. year, possibly in Alaska, Mexico, meet Miss Badcock and to take for girl* A state legislative act bride and groom. ,
:-'Where you_are a stranger but or Canada. I her out to lunch. Those making the r passed this year in Tallahassee Those assisting Mrs. Harris
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,1!, pnce"Church A' trim were Mr_ Thelmn- McCa.rtJn. outlaw smoking in or around were Mrs. Howard Lamb, :Mrs.
Miss Sharon Reed Mrahen:: Doss Tabb,.Miss Junle Harris with
'I'i.! Miriam Circle In school property, or on school
. Ames, Miss Heather Reed, Jeffrey busses. Miss Judy Seller at the. bride'sbook.
> Of God
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: August Meeting Laura Tarr and Mrs.. Vickie .. ..
.Barfield Highway Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilder and
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Members of the Miriam Circle, A' daughters have returned to their Shirley Circle To
}: Pahokee, P ra. Pahokee Methodist Woman's Society APPRECIATION home in Pahokee after spending, Next
Meet Tuesday
: A. L. Stone, Minister of Christian Service, at the I would like to thank my friends the summer with her mother, Mrs.\ '
')0! Phone 924-7363 August meeting held at the home and neighbors for their kindness Bennett, in Hendersonvllle, North -

/ SUNDAY: tt: ., ,, to Mrs* J,,J* Reeves, WSCS.prefiaent during my stay in,the hospital I Carolina. Members of the Gertrude Shir
tr 9:45: a. m.-Spad&r* .11:! ,QqI'kt. Monday }faight VpUd *a, a would especially tykeo.4 thank thS '\ ** ,/ ley 'Cirde, Pahokee Methodist
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship: I community service id make picture members of the hospital staff for Mr.. and 3 t Murray' ..Weks of .Woman Cfoclety: Of Christian Service
.,1< 7:30 p. Evangelistic SerJ -, scrapbooks for the entertain their many courtesies! which are South Bay-yttted his parent in held a social meeting at, the
: vices ment of children who are patientsat deeply appreciated. I shall always Pahokee Sunday. His father is a home of lira. Ernest Maxwell
I ?! 'TUESDAY the Everglades Memorial Hos"ML I remember your many kindnesses. patient at Everglades Memorial Tuesday, August 24. Husbands
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m 7:30 p. m.-Youth ,for CfcrJfTM : ALBERT FREMD Hospital. were invited as guests.
I ,01 Service_ ;: : Georfee ''i Raniey was .p. j I I. ___ ___- _- ._4. ___- _- .-_ _-_ _, ___.... .... .. .,. I, ,
oh ..Bojnjed n Yt fchflJrinan of Spiritual,' .r.-- "... n :;# .._ ......:.r.. :-.- ::; ::;,-;---;:--.--;-- -
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A "Biblical Foundalons
program on
;JlOf Prophecy, Pahokee i of, Missions" was presented '
j ,:: Rev.;S. N. Allen '
2500 E. ,Main St "!f a : Ot :;
i Pahokee 8 rvlng ,a. r rre8h entti \,'VUecklsll Thinking :Buwling/i

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I.J 10: a. m.--Sunday School. .. n nounced that the ntember meet- i i'LIEN !

11:00 7:30: a.p.m.Evangelistic?-Preach1ng Service frtl Mrs Frank riiji'h.\a Rosenberg.Ittia i, Chatr/l>o e 4n of y. :, YOUa/WAN1 'W,: SEE 'US!

Service who'gave the opening prayr it ,;;r'...' <1- ".3: '. .. ,. if'IJ t
8:00: p. m. Tuesday V.I f31 mll gt i 4..., : ;-,
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Everyone welcome., S pi 1 6 "*1 '# -.--.... "" /

music and singing.Patterson mtm. < Harring, 11: building a new home-youll wantto come and see Everglades -

f Circle Is w. S. C..p S..Speaker 'Federal i in 'Bejlq Glare) or at'our branch office in


In August- MeetingA :.: ti. Pahokee.\ You will find:the, friendly(,folks in either place

f mission program: entitled y Outh1 Fellowsliip: who ',alien" '
"The Offering Maximum Response the School of Christian Mission in very help: ul when it comes to makings for a new
f : ," was Mrs.' Lakeland this ,
presented by summer vas guest
t W. S. Cross at th{.Aawst'meeting speaker the August meeting of home-and the money to build it. Drop by either place

:, pf the lone Patterpch' ,Qrcle, _Canal .V c Po n1 t;,Methodist\ Worn:.; .
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Point Baptist Women'slonary Miss an's Society of Christian ;Service;: and make inquiry. You'll-be glad you did.
Union, held at the church held at the home of Mrs. J. P.
,.with Mrs. C. B. Jones, co-chair I I Parker, with Mrs. :liaison; president "
:'" .inan, presiding! In the absence of presiding. The,subject of he?
,. the,. chairman, Mrs.J. I. McCalL talk was "Christian CaUlA*"., [EVERGLADES FEDERAL
Assisting Mrs. Cross with the I It was announced the September -

program presentation were Mrs. meeting of the group will bel ai Sjmngs And Loan Association
I %William Baker Mrs. J. D. Latham, the home of Mrs. Oliver Sheppara "
ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDHIAZ SAVINGS AND LOAN .
Mr*. Alma Kali Mrs. Paul Rardiotenrlng Tuesday, Sept T, at 8 p. m. INSURANCE CORP.

t r ". : -Jlp.' ,'J' ...UJ'a. JiL Ii .r- Pahokee Bellq Glade l :
I $"."JrR I .'n L"'Yoa.c'tsmajor recovering tnyn .
of refreshments at the surgery that he received la tThe

,. ;;toae, 'of&e meeUzlC. Good Samaritan Hospital Monday.

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effective Sept. 1 because of ill tery. Elder Van Llghtsey of Okee Beach; three daughters: Mrs., OWe
0Jlickinson) health. FIUneralSel1ices chobce and Rev. Mont Wilson of Batchelor, Opa Locka, Mrs. Rosa
When Burns picked Dickinsonfor Opa Locka officiated.The Curlee, West Palm Beach and Mrs.
New Comptroller the spot vacated by the resignation Mrs. Ada Culberson deceased was a former longtime 'W."' O. StampsT-Opa-BWMca; 23
of Comptroller Ray Green resident of Paa-.Kee: and o grandchildren and 29 groat grandchildren .-
he got an ex-Marine Corps officer I. member of the Primitive Baptist I
Former Palm Beach County who speaks in an oratorical style Funeral services were held Wed- 'I' Church. She was a native of Col- Pallbearers were: Mayor Dun- i
I state Senator Fred O. (Bud) Dick- he was practicing in Guadal-canal nesday morning at the First Rap quitt County, Georgia. can Padgett, Marvin. Crady, J. J.
rinsoh was appointed state comptroller foxhola two decades ago. Use church in Pahokee for Mrs. I She is survived by three sons: Rutherford, J. S. BarwicK, Hugh
Wednesday by Gov. Hay- The governor also chose .a man Ada< C. Culberson, 81, who passed William P. Culberson, Pahokee; Breech arC: Julian Branch. Woth-
dolt Burns. The new appointee will who doesn't smoke or drink "so away Sunday in West Palm Batch Robert H. Culberson! Sebnng, and erington Funeral Home was in
SUCCeed: Ray Green who resigned these things don't sap my energy." Burial was at Port Mayaea ceme Emory Culberson, West Palm chaige of arrangements.

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