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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: November 19, 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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System ID: UF00079910:00204
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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: Awards JMeet TIIANKSGIF1NG CLEWISTONMr JFRB Director THANKSGIVING IN- CAROLINA I I Chest X-Ray Unit:

and Mrs. A. H. Harrington Mrs. Doris Sasser and son, James
Held Saturday At and family will J>e joined by their Paul, are spending Thanksgiving Pahokee Canal Pt
daughter, Janette Harrington, with her brother and sister-in-law, i ,
'.who is intern leaching mathematics Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips, and I
Mounts BuildingThe .at an 'Orland High Shoollor.a, family at Fairfax: South Carolina. During DecemberCANAL
Thanksgiving day visit with MM.Zlarringsotn's $ They were accompanied by Mrs. I
I sister and brother-in- ; Phillips'' parents Dr. and Mrs. L.
]Palm Beach County Seventh law, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jernigan. ; XV, Armstrong,.who,will also spend POINT '
Annual 4-11 Awards and Leaders II in CleW ton., Thanksgiving, there. \,' ." .
Recognition meeting for the 1964-I r -m M "i Canal Point Post Office, Wednca->
665 year was held 1n the Mounts: day, December 1, from: 10 a.ma to2pm. >
Building on Military Trail'Saturday Scarce Beans Go Local Lady Hurt .
-with Miss Nancy Harringtan presi- Sand Cut Housing Authority*

presiding.Miss dent of .the County 4-H Council, At $6.50 As Corn In Car Smashup pjn.Wednesday to 8 p.m.S. December. 1, from 5

M. Jones and Company Pack
Harrington cave ihe ad- ing House and Lake Okeechobee
dress of welcome, with respense by Sells For $2.50: Near Boynton Farmers Cooperative P. c kin gliouse'Thursday

R. S. Pnror, County Agrlnlturaluent. December 2, 8:30
She to 31. U.
presented A small volume Mrs Erickson of Canal to 11:30: a.m. and 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.
of the
(Red) Mounts, retire Coorrty agricultural -I I beans on Floyd .
Canal Point Post
Glades markets this week brought Point Is (In Bethesda Hospital in Office, Thurs
behalf
: .agent, a plaque on -
Harry T. Vaughn day. Pecember 2, 12 Noon to 2
for those who I Boynten Beach suffering p.m
of an the 4-H boys and .girlsin fancy prices were severe Venn's.
the Cos.nty. Mr. Mounts also I'Fortunate enough to have few 1Harry injuries from an automobile smashup Packing House, Friday.
received a plaque at the meeting hampers. On Monday of this week Sunday afternoon at the intersection December 3, 9 a.m. to 1 pjn.
the the beam offerings brought the of Military Trail and JJoyn- L.O.F.C. Packing House, Friday,.
iron Florida County Agents
Association, with John Cauatry, fancy price of $6.50 while some eec- T. Vaughn ton Road.. Driver of the other car, .December 3, from 2:00: td 3:00: pm.
j State president, making the .presentation I ond picking beans brought as much I Helen K. Calhoon, a nurse, ofGrfenacrel Glades ,Truck Stop and Restaurant -
on behalf of the group. as $525 per' hamper. Other.offer Named Director ;, was also seriously InJured : Friday., December ,3, 3:3Q to*
J .. ings of beans of the second picking ,in the,accident when the two 5:00 pro. (
Inducted new County .11
as variety brought as little as $3.50 I cars\colllded the intersection.Mr .
I'AIIOKEE
Conndl officers at the meeting were
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I per busheL Federal Reserve Erickaon received cuts and
Sharon Walters, president; Chris Corn is moving in rather large I bruises)in'\the smash-up and was A $ P Store on East Main Strv I
Cassell vice president Jim Baker,
; i quantities this. week and the delectable I released.from the hospital after he eet on, Saturday, December 4; '
president Johnson
Glades
vice Kathy II
recording secretary; ... Diane I offerings are bringing the U. S. Sugar Corporation President received first aid treatment. Mrs. a.m. to 12 Noon and 4:00: to :10't't'
corresponding secretary I growers a steady price 'of $2.50 Harry T. Vaughn, a resident Erickron was driving their car at p.m.State. ,
Johnson ; per bushel The demand,for I, the Glades and Clewiston for the time of the\mishap. Farmers' Market on Stag :
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Price treasurer Payne
is increasing and handlers I 10f than three decades, has been The Highway-Patrol said that Market Road, Tuesday, December
,Jim XJomerfor
parlimentarian; ia re-j j ing a task of supplying the celerr.i elected a director of the Federal the nurse was traveling south on 7 from '2:00: to 4:00;p.m. : t "
porter Boss Harrington, The,prictuhasiheeo brisk at R.serve' Bank of Atlanta,*'In the Military Trail t alkf.). ...,Erlcksons ConneU'a... Grocery Store at 811ver ..l
'" and Clarice.Bocat, devptionaj the \rj,J|per bushel "7 t yr ',l past the well-known'tsngaf official were ,traveling w'ert\'on,Boynton' .GJty, and Canal:Point, ,Tuesday ,' .
Misi"Uarri>oo.
,:man. ( outgoing j I This week a dew cucumbers have has served'as a director of the Beach Road when the\\accident\oc*j ,, December 7, 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
president, served a* Installing been moving and the price has been bank's Jacksonville branch.Mr. cured. The patrol noted that Mili-i., Pahokee Post Office,'Wednesday,
officer. I them going for something like 2.00 Vaughn is the directing head tary Trail Is' the main through i December 8, 11 a.m. to :3 I p.m.
Local adult l leaders awarded Clover -! moderate with the majority of of the corporation that operates a highway in that area. ', Bryant's Sugar Camp, Wednesday -
Pins at the meeting were Mrs. to .2. 0 per bushel Radishes in the mammoth sugar mill in Clewiston December! 8, 4:00 to 0.00: p.m.
Ray Ursry, second-year Clover; Belle) lade area are selling around and the recently constructed mill .Hectare's Quarters Cor. Elsen
Mrs. Elmer Matson and Bruce DOe per crate.Sights at Bryant, one mile east of Canal Glades Bands Get 1 hower and Jefferson, Thursday, I
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Bitting, fourth year Clovers; Mrs. Point. Through the years he has ; December 9,.10 a.m. to 1 p.m. t
Bruce Bitting fifth-year Clover; been one.of the powers that be in ThriftSupermarket, RardIn
Mr. and Mrs. A, R. Harrington, Of AutumnIs the sugar industry in Florida. lie Superior RatingsIn Avenue, Thursday, December 9,
eleventh-year Cloven. Miss Harrington has served as president of the 4 p.m to 8 p.m.
was in charge of the presentation huge organization since 1958. He Pahokee Post Office, Friday, December
of these ,awards. Program For started his career with the. ,corporation I [ District Contest 10, 10 ajn. to 1 p.m.
Local 4-H boy and girl medal as'a chemist in 1930. I Corner of Fourth and Rardin
winners were Nancy Harrington : Mr. Vaughn is president of the Avenue. Friday... December 10.. 4
(2), achievement and breadmaking, C P. Garden Club Florida Sugar Can. League, Inc.,' Pahokee and Belle/ Glade high to 8p.m.. ,
plus a bin* award in dress revue; and a vice president of the Florida School bands won superior ratingIn Bank of Pahokee, Saturday, December "
Peggy Bitting, 'clothing, plus a State Chamber of' Commerce, He the marching: contests held Sat-II 11,2 p.m. to 7 p.m. ,
blue award in dress revue.. Kathy Mrs. C. B. Stringari was hostessto is.a member: of the Florida Councilof urday on Memorial Field at Belle Pahokee Camp Old Project on
Mason and Lillian Sims, blue awards the Canal Point Garden Club 100'and member of the boardof Glade High School. There were 13 Belle Glade Road, Tuesday, December
In dress revues Alice Val- Thursday, November 18. Mrs. O. H. the Florida East Coast Railway., county high school bands from thisistrict 14, from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. 1
lerie, health; Sharon Simons, general Sheppard .served as co-hostess. &a ,- I'I'I participating in the con-' l'ahoke. Health Department,
; Teryl Echols, general demonstrations Guests were Mrs. C. H. Fitchett of est. Wednesday, December 15, 11 a.m.
; Oren Bitting, dairy; Vero Beach and Mrs.. U.. G. .Boynton Forms In : Judges chose the Forest Hill to 12 Noon and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
r Walter Webb, agricultural; and Celery high School band as the outitand- Streamline,1' Frenchle Johnson's Y
.. Boss Harrington, field crops. Mrs. Leo Hebejrt presented the lug aggregation In the entire- :.dis- General., Store;Wednesday, December :
';Ir.. Mounts :was, in charge of program entitled "Sights of Au- County Agent'sQffice rict 16, 4 pjn.'to.8 pJn< '
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tum" and,was=.ilted.b1 MrsvW. sight .... ..
Ei: :. ,the awards presentation. He also Concert playing and read Section 2J'Thnrsday; ,-December .
'with S. Evans, who gave ,the botany 'ng contests will be held in March 16, from 3.00 to 8:00 p.m. : .1
".:;'. presented.,a Bounty Nancy Council Harrington put president's study. and; Mrs 'A. )Moron", who B.. Glade and' it is following these two? -contests WcCoulrks: Store, Friday, Dcrember' ", '
:" spoke on table'setting and hojjday' that the winners are chosen 17, 3.00: to &:00 p.Bi. .
pin.
; celebrations in,Cuba. who become eligible for the finals Pelican Lake Sugar Camp, Friday
... Members Joined, In playing a ,Associate County Agent John In St. Petersburg on May 5, 6, 7, December 17, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
game identifying plans. Mrs. A. Causey ..id' this week that celery Kennedy's Store, Friday, Decem.
Motor Boat Tax H. Scruggs was awarded a rosebush allotment forms for farmers seeking ber 17,7:00 to 9:00 p.m. ;
, Divided far correctly identifying the allotments under the marketIng -' Attends MeetingOf Everglades Camp, Saturday, December I
Money most .plants.Brides order that ,went Into effect 18,4:00 to 9:00 p.m.
.M---- -411! Post MastersMrs.
, November 15, may pick them up at .
State Conservation Director Randolph To Be Are, his office in the Glades Office Buil I
Hodges said Monday that ding.' R. T. Smith of Canal Point t
$61,645 has been distributed to Honored At Party All celery, producers hall register attended the. Sunday meeting of Christmas Beauty .
counties in revenue from the state with committee and furnish the District Four Postmasters, For Belle Glade !
motorboat tax. The faculty of the Pahokee Elementary a report of the number of crates which was held at the George v
The money was the counties' School entertained at'the of harvested celery sold by him or Washington Hotel in West Palm -
share of revenue collected between home of Mr. Hugo Boe Wednesday In his behalf, broken down in Beach. C. M. Cade, III, Postal An added touch for Christmas '
i January 1 and June 20 this year, afternoon of last week with a crates, handlers and seasons for Service Officer, of Miami was the will be given the streets of Belle
,b and brings to 1642,577 the total party honoring three of its members the seven seasons beginning 1958- main speaker.GUESTS Glad. this season according to action
k sent to the counties since July \ Miss' Ann Oaten, Miss Ava .1>01 by the city commission Monday *
last year. Sue Herold and Hiss Sandra Lamp: !,I 59.All of the forms must be completed OF PARENTS night. The commissioners voted to
r Under the law, the state receivesthe who are an brides-elect,and plan,I and in the office of the com i permit the Chamber of Commerce'r
first $2.50 from each motor ing December weddings.The 1 I mittee, 4401 East Colonial Drive, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Padgett and ,beaotifkation committee to place
boat license tag sold, and the rest table was laid with a white Orlando, no later than December 1. family of Waldo are spending the 132 potted Christmas palm on
is distributed, to the counties scc6rdlng eutwork cloth and featured an ar ._ Thanksgiving holidays as the Main Street from Avenue A to Are
I to the 'number of boats rangement 'of yellow ebrysanthfe' Mrs. Ora'W. Powell Is spendingthe guests of their parents, Mr. and nue'E, after Dr. D. A.FJIehs, committee
registered in each. I I[mums and lighted yellow tapers A Thanksgiving holidays with Mrs. A. II. Scruggs 1n Canal Point chairman requested permission
Palm Beach County received't.silver compote, was presented to Mrs. L..Williams in Collins. Geor and Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgett to place the trees on city
: ;.,4soo.: ';.?,'; \ .. I't[each,of the honorees by the facaKy. gia. of Pahokee. streets.lJ .
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Page Two The Everglade Sews, Canal Point Friday,Novemter 28.1WSJ
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toth. preteattt3,3,5gt0)members:... of the Florida P*1t IZela
New President Of the Farm. Burewr jrepreseaba satiation in Ja Jcageiv lle tex.t
tives also recommended statewide month.
legislation tat the farm of Kaii Pope, wHo is cr1fifed, witb.eIoo::
re.. Fk. Farm Bureau lutions to prevent air and\! wa erpollution. tablishing one of the post: popular
} The' resolution .on air exhibits; at ihf t.ii'this, past
..:. r poiuu tlon galled,for adequate..."... summer,.,jw21 l f eportcoa the""seults
Clenrwater; The final session* era to the 'Florida. Air Pollution of the Sunshine State's inveatmeai
of t&*Flm4a"JFara, gre u'>fedel' Conjtrol Commissionulmmediately"" in the huo.spectacle to the state's
IC atfon cpSTtjption in ct.a11"" r last ip order to,-prevent: untold dam- publicity' and pubtti relations.. ex
week also became ,Ihe.end of a 14- ajTM )to they pp1m Health, natural perts.
year era for Pdeaident E:. 11. J'ino.I resStfljces, < ps, livestock, d- The meeting wilt>>e held at the
life and prpperty ,*f the citizens. Roosevelt Hotel !n JacksoxviO
layson of Greenville,who refused1 to|,of ihe stata. .j.'f-; December 1-4.
accept renomination for the Job f' -
The resolution wuwater; pollution
chief executive of the 33,500.mem I I followed muck the same terminology.
The Rardin Building In Cflmtl Point, Florida ber organization. .. ...

TIIE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF [ Succeeding Finlaysonis Art T r
:$ars yero.Bgagh, president of the I I I
TIlE EVERGLADES NEW :InSiaj' River County Farm Bureau Dkk.PJW .WjJl
ana< a state-'represent't've. HelsJilsd

$.ry n,gIn e.Lajse Okeechobee, If rmlng:Region; Withoyt) t :+,a former ;pres de.\t of Jhe SC In !4 I .CussIFmDf J9S"Jr'
-EVe Week. for 40 Teats Orange County Farm Furean.
Delegates tothe, convention Jacksonville pick i Sr, BIG DlNIDENDI;
Established March 11, 1924 > j- Published Every FridayAt gave Pj p >
Canal Point, .Florida 33433Xohuno Finlayson a standing ovation for founder of Florida's Cypress'.Gar
his effective leadership 'over. the deniand president of the Florida
.Wumber 37 November 23,1965
past 14 years. Under his leadership -I Exhibit at the New YorkWorld's

The Evergladef News Js Entered at the Post Office the state's largest single farm Fair will be one of the featured ..... ..
In CanaJ' '9\nt. Florida! M Second Class flatter organization has grown from 10,000 i ipeakm at tW annual coonaittioa I r '"

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance I ".' ........

Paul. JRardln Owner, Editor, Publisher .
9 ( 9 9999 ? { ,

past 14 years, my attendance rec. 4
.
Miami Man Seeks I lord has been 99.8 per cent, and I : .f
feel that the office of Public.Service '. p' : :t
.Service I Commissioner deserves this typeof ..
labile active participation, by all;mem- +
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bers.--JOE. BOYD
Commission Job A. Y Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY2550; -,Belle .Glade" (

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1Ir"'toe' Boyd< -this week announces %+ Heating Air Conditioning Appliances <*. .
Ivan Tors, head of Ivan Tors ,'
ills candidacy for seat the Pub- \ ,
a on f
ll elected to the Board of pi-
mil In"the' group w represented
run 'Carter. rectors of the World Wildlife Fund, --- _.- .. -- .
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It.wa's 'announced by the Fund'spresident
+ announcement follows' tr. Ira N.\Gabr eIson.Mr .
I, respectfully announce that I Tors, was nominated to the
shall be'ft Candidate for the 'office post of .director In recognition of
of Public Service Comfnlssloner, his outstanding contribution to conservation -
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(1io up Two, :o#, the State of ,J"lpr- and the love"of 'wildlife
ida' in the May primaries to beheld through his famous TV shows,
in 1966. It Is my feeling that Flipper:" (which.. filmed' In. JMlaml. ,
the experience In busiaess, Jay| la1d Sea Hunt and the yet to be released
government which I have had series,' Daktari (Swahili for Doctor
''should'qualify 'me'\ to 'serve In this ). The,well-known television and
office. The rapid growth of Flor- motion, picture director's movie
ida.make the duties of the Public credits concerned with wildlife,and
Service Commission extremely- Im wilderness Include 'Rhino; ClarenceThe
portant. Crosseyed Lion; 'Zebra In The
Attorneyand kitchen, and the forthcoming,:

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Pare Four The Everglades News, CImait point, F1tasLda! 26,1865
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Miss Faith Sasser Mike Watkioai e f Auburn University .l -

,, Auburn, Alabama, is the l Classified Ads
Married John C. .' II PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I II guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs.D. .

Saceman Jr. Nov 20 B. Watkins,. and family in Pat -
hokee. :FOR SALE: Panel Trucft 1965,
Mr., and Mrs Frank Cato and:!! Econoline Vim, Ford, less
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The marriage of Miss Faith Sas I children accompanied by his moth, 6,000 miles. 22 air conditioners, extra
ser of Pahokee and John C. Sace Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Elliott and er. Mrs. Willie M. Cato, spent this, front seatt. A buy for uatnea3
man Jr., of Lake Placid was sol C. Mock were his brother, J. D. r daughter of Gainesville were the' past weekend im Montgomery, rand pleasure.. Call 924-5890! after6:30 -.
Mock, and nephew and niece, Mr. weekend guests of his parents Mr.
emnized in candle [
an impresseve bama. Mrs. Cata remained as the+i p.m. Nov. 26 pd.
light ceremony held in the First '. and Mrs. Don Mock, and daughter and Mrs. Jess Elliott, in Pahokee.I guest of her daughter and son-in- _
Methodist Church at Pahokee Saturday of Colquitt Georgia. While here, .I Mrs. Roy Vandegrift has returned ,I''law, Mr. and Mrs. Colon H. Card-: MALE IIEEP W ANTE!)': Ambi.,
Nov. 20, at 8 p.m. : they also visited Mr. Frank Thom to her home in Pahokee from St. tious person full or spare time.
I and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Scho- Mary's Hospital where she had
The couple repeated their vows pson ner.Mrs. Supply RawUIgh :famous products,
after Rev. William Coffield eppel in Belle Glade. ,been a patient for two weeks. I J. D. Hooks has returned in Palm Beach County or Canal:
tor of the Lake Placid First Methodist pas. I Mrs. J. T. Platt and daughter Mrs. Annette McCurdy recently I from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. 1;;.E- Point. Can earn $125 per week..
Church as they stood before Judy, were joined by her daughterand returned from a two-week visit Crowley in Lake Placid. Write Rawleigh, FA K: 615 1124.
I son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. with her son and family, Dr. and Memphis,,Term. Dec. 17 pd.
an altar decorated with two large
B. Chastain and daughter Debbie Mrs. Charles McCurdy in Gaines- Thanksgiving guests of Mr., and
floor baskets of white mums and I([and Jodie, of Miami in Ocala where II Mrs. Clarence Maxwell are their I IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION paid
iceberg pompons and lighted with they spent the past weekend. I ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Leo Maxwell haveas son and daughter-in-law, Mr.. and The Everglades News I Look at
cathedral in two 15branchedand
tapers
candelabra j I I Mr. and Mrs.' C. L. Stuart were guests Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gilbert Mrs. Dale Maxwell, and daughterof the address label on jycur issue of
one trimmed 29-branched with smilax.tree Potted* j!'I the weekend guests of their son and children of Chipley, Florida.Mr. I Lowell, Florida. I the paper and it shows when your
and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Bill Unwin spent subscription expires. Renew today
flanked the bench. Keith student j _
palms kneeling I Aldridge, a at the _
I I[Edwin Stuart, in Gainesville. this past weekend in Lake Placidas
Entrance to the pews reserved for the '(University of Florida, Gainesville, SELL THAT SPARE ITEM in the
Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Stewart guests of her son and dau
relatives was lighted with candelabra I !spent this past weekend with his classified
attics through a ad in
and sons left Thursday for Bron- ghter-in-law, FliP Cpl. and Mrs.
and marked with smilax parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Ald
News.
The
The Everglades opat is
son, Florida, where they spent Charles Humphries, and family.
The bride is the daughter of ridge. He was accompanied by small and results good.
with
Thanksgiving :ibis parents, Mrs. Robert and
I Meyer son j Rick Sword of Panama
Paul Sasser, 265 Parkview Manor, I City and ---
Rev and Mrs. John Stewart. Butch, of Hialeah the week .\LE Used
were Rick Bell of Jacksonville. FOR S : New and Willys
and Mrs. Doris P. Sasser, 160 Elm .. I
------------------------ ------ end guests of her parents. Mr. and Atkins Walter
,Ave., Pahokee. A graduate of Pa. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. ac- Jeeps. Ashley's Garage
Meyer presided at the book. Mrs. J. V.. Thomas in Pahokee. j I ''n Belle Gladt Phone 6-3013.
hokee High School, she ,received a guest companied by her sister, Miss I
BS Degree in Business Administration -, Floral arrangements featured white Miss Linda' Wilson of Andrew I j I Louise Cooper, of Livingston, Mon- Oct. 17Mch.
from Stetson University, mums of varying sizes,. baby's College, Cuthbert, Georgia, Js the I tans, who has been their houseguest
DeLand in 1964. She was a member breath and leather-leaf fern.' There guest of,her mother, Mrs. Lon Wilson << for a week, motored'to Tarn- CLASSIFIED ADS; PAY
of Delta Delta Sorority whileat was a minature bride and groom at during the Thanksgiving holi- \|pa this past weekend where Miss
Stetson, and after 'receiving her the pinnacle of the center arrange Cooper will visit her' sister, Mrs. BIG DIVIDENDS
days.Mrs.
degree, was employed until recently ment. The wedding cake was topped Frank Cline of Arcadia, the I I William Adams, and her mother, .
as assistant manager in the with a replica of a double wedding former Miss Donna Jo Spooner, I Mrs. D. T. Cooper, before return -- -- -<'-

book department at Rich's, Inc., ring cascading with white roses. spent Friday in Pahokee visiting II I ing to Montana. :; ';"l' 'i7\
Atlanta, Ga. In charge of the decorations for relatives and friends and attendingthe Johnny Smith. a senior at the

The bridegroom,'son of, Mr. and 'the reception were Mrs. Lloyd Pahokee-Arcadia football game. University of Florida, Gainesville] *
Mrs. John C. Saceman of Lake I Hundley Mrs. 11. M. McIntosh and Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Shaugh- II I spent this past weekend as the 'PRINCE THEATRE
Placid, graduated from Western Mrs. Ernest Maxwell. Also assist nessy of Tampa have been the. guest of his parents,.Mr. and Mrs.
Military Academy, Alton, Ill., in ing at the reception were Mrs. guests this week of Mrs. Otto I,>I R. T. Smith, in Canal Point. PAHOKEE, FLA.
1958. and is presently associatedin Jack Vefhulst, aunt of the bride, Bleech. Mrs. Bleech returned Friday I Jack Phillips and childrenBtty
business with his father in Mrs. Frank Bass, Mrs. Billy Turbe- November 19, from St. Augus-,!I Jo and John returned to their home' SUNDAY MONDAY, TUESDAY
Saceman's parts and Service at ville and Mrs. Robert McManus.I tine where she attended a State in Fairfax. South Carolina Sunday Nov. 28 29 30
Lake Placid. After the reception, the bridal Welfare Board meeting at the I I following a visit with relativesin :
The music couple were again honored at an Ponce deLeon Hotel Pahokee during the weekend. I Ii
of
nuptial
was presented program by Mrs. Hugh open house at the home of her :Mrs. Charles Story is a patientin I i Wayne Hundley, a student at the : "The Nanny"i
mother, Mrs. Doris P. Sasser, 160 of
Florida
Everglades Memorial Hospital University in Gaines
Branch, vocal soloist, and Mrs. I
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Donald Thompson, organist. Elm Ave. where she recently underwent sur I ville, is spending the holidays with Starring-
I Mr. and Mrs. Saceman are now gery. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd'Hundley I
; Given in marriage by her father, spending a honeymoon at Acapulco I,I I Mrs. Otto Bleech is spending theI!! in Pahokee. I Bette Davis :
l'' the bride was radiantly lovely in a Mexico, following which they will ](I Thanksgivin' holidays with her!I Mr. and Mrs. Ellis :Murphy had I II
gown of white satin and peau make their home in the Farrow son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and 'I!t fas I Sunday guests his brother and Wendy Craig
d'ange lace. The fitted bodice featured I Apartment, 164% Banyan Ave. Mrs. ,
David Bleech, and family in sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
a scoop neckline and had long' I Pahokee. Fort Pierce. l Murphy, from Riviera Beach, I -;: II
sleeves ending in points over the

hands. Appliques of peau d'ange ---. '-- ----- -- -- -- .
lace adorned the bodice. The con. ., ....,. l'j .Itj '. .'. -
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back fullness forming chapel\ I '."" ';I, ;' .; .
train, which was circled with a 0}" iI;'. 10., \ .

wide band of lace. Her tiered veil ; ,. '
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pill box of lace encrusted "
with seed pearls and crystals. She
carried a white prayer book centered
with a white cattleya orchid YOUNG '
and cascading white tiera roses. HO t' ;

Mrs.. Penny Clark, sister of the t ,:
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bride, was matron ot honor. Bridesmaids

were Miss Cyndy Friend,
Lake Park; Miss Sandra Ivey, '
Atlanta, Ga.,; Miss Diana Kunze, :
Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. James Chaplin, GO CHEVRON i:
St. Petersburg; Miss Mary Ann : !Igreat ,
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Ulmer, Miami; and Miss Cynthia ,

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attendants '
were -:' JJ<,"
gowned alike in :floor-length dresses ,, 'r
of velvet and crepe. The.royal
velvet bodice of each featured .a
scoop neckline and elbow-length :. Three new gasolines by
sleeves. The controlled skirt of : < St ndanL Three reasons to cheer

beige crepe was slightly gatheredat May: : > + :: the fun-team of the year. Your
the a
high-rise waistline with a
modern car and the
flat tailored bow. As headpieces go-go fuels
,. they wore matching velvet bows created for it. The new champ, Chevron/
with bouffant' veils and carried 4 the livelier gasolines.Packed with spar1WI1'g
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arm cresents of white and French- ,, ,'Q >, ,, ; :; ? new power,new fun. New whisper-quiet, too.
ed California '
mums. a + The
action
Kimberly Branch, daughter oft 1; t \ 4 J1 $ ; tion..where starts now better Standard std
take
we
Mr.
} and Mrs. Hugh Branch, as care of your car..
J:: flower girl carried a white pearl-
: ized basket of .white rose petals.

Johny Robert Tucker, III, of Fort
Myers, godson of the bride, was M.I.KenAgent .
ring bearer.

Don Saceman of Asheville, N. C. Canal Point Florida
served as his brother's best man. ,

Ushers were Jack Scarborough,
Michael Yusko, Charles Reyonlds,
Douglas Tuck and Frank Ruttinger,
Jr., all of Lake Placid, and Gary
Clark. James Paul Sasser, brotherof
the bride, and John Phillips of
Fairfax, S. 'C., her cousin, were
junior ushers.
Mrs. Sasser chose for her dau
ghter's wedding a two-piece light
blue suit with matching accessories.Mrs. .

Saceman, mother of the bridegroom SiI ,
wore a' two-piece dark blue ,
suit with contrasting accessories.
Both mothers wore cattleya orchid

corsages.
. At the reception in the fellowship
hall of the church following the a I IFridayNib.ember II

ceremony, Mrs. Paul Rardin was I
at thi head 'ot the receiving line

welcoming guests. Mrs. Robert D.CMYtON.N CMUION bay?.



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Pap Six The Bverglad.a New*, Canal PoUit, Florida Ittday November 2*. 1965.




I [[News Of The CJmrches J] Promote Of Tallahassee State Farms Products A plan of' -action I,- Electric SINGER: Sewing


has been formulated for promoting MachineIn

,.. ...., ,....., .., ....., ... Florida farm products under the console cabinet, rte new. Sewi'
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SunFLAvor Seal of Quality during forward and reTene. All ttUcnmento
\ th, 1?6G-6& ahl :ping pea Sole. for making buttonhole, Etg-Eagglnf
First Methodist First Canal
BaptistChurch 'PointBapiist Florida Commissioner of Agrf- sad tiontr stitch design Fully
guaranteed Can be seen In youres.a.M
Church, ,Pahokee PahokeeGuthrie Church culture Doyle Connor first revealed ... eUbt monthly payments
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I of $4'1 or will discount for caan.WETTE
I II the plan at the convention of the
I Lawrence Wit, Pastor Florida Fruit and Vegetable Asso :
: John A. Brlley, Pastor W. Cbhrard, Pastor CREDIT MANAGER
SUNDAY: SUNDAY SUNDAY: elation last month in Miami Beach. 12% 8. CLEARWATER BD.
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Scheduled for coming months area LARGO FLORIDA
i. 9:45 a. m- -Church School 9:45 a. m.-sunday School
I ;11:00: a. no.-Morning Worship 11:00. a. nu Horning Worship: 11:00 a. nx-Mornlng1 Worship series of four-color advertise-
., 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 6:30 p. m.-Training Union 0:30 p. m.-Training Union ments in national consumer magazines
I 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.Evening Worship ,, trade and daily newspaper
WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY: t advertising, merchandising aids for
Holy Nativity 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service 7:30 p. m.-prayer Meeting retail food chains, public appear. ei
Episcopal Church .. & ances to explain SunFLAvor bene-

PahokeeRev. The Methodist Church St. Mary's Catholic fits and supporting" publicity aids. I Thurmond W. KnightREALTOR


William Pickets, Vic: r Canal Point, FloridaEdward Church I
SUNDAY -:-
Father, Francis Fexmech, Pastor
F. Norton, Pastor
8:00 A. M.-Holy Comzaunloa
SUNDAY: Sunday Mass- 11:30 a. m.

Church I Of Christ 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School I Confessions before.. Maaa r

11:00 a. m.-:Morning Worship J ; I'0

125 N. W.''Avenue D 6:45 p. m.-Evening Worship" ,The Church Of God I
TUESDAY: I
I Phone Belle Glade WY 6-8867, Fla 8oop. m.-Woman', Sodety Of Prophecy, Pahokee i

SUNDAY SERVICES lit TuesdayWEDNESDAY Rev. S. N. Allen t -
2500 E. Main St.
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10:00: a. m.-BIble Study WIIEN YQU ARE READY TO
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Pahokee BUY OR SELL YOUR FARMOR
I 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 1e
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship -4. 10: a. m.-Sunday School ACREAGE, CALL "COUS
WEDNESDAY South Side ChurchOf 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service IA1O\\ IN THURMOND".
I 7:30 p. m.-Bible Study 7:30 p. Evangelistic
I Christ Service PHONE: 8U-1S35,
P. O. BOX 14207,
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8:00: p. m. Tuesday-W.M.B. warn
-st. Peter's Lutheran Belle Glade across from 8:00 p. m. Thursday-V.U3. NORTH. PALM BEACH

Church, Belle Glade .Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 Everyone welcome. Special to.mna..e FLORIDA
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11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
August Koerberv Pastor
6:30 m.-EvenIng Service
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade p.
SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.-4.Wed.. Bible Study: ,, --

Divine Services 11 A. 11
School 9:45 A. M. Pahokee Baptist ,
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Profitable To dub) SWEETHEART 9 o:' I
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9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
State Cattlemen 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship )JAMESWMcG1MSY< f ,

6:30 ,m.-B.T.C.
p.
WHY NOT.
7:30 p. m.Evening Worship ( DRINKS MILK '
Florida cattlemen can realize a )
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WEDNESDAY ITS TOO+ GOOD
large increase in profits from an AT 1
accelerated program of feeding cattle 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer MAR6ARET- TOBEJUST i i
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in Florida, according to Marvin
Kahn, Treasurer of the Suwannee BRwuw+l? : ., _.4-_ FOR THE 1

River r In a Cattle statement Cooperative.issued to mem. The Pahokee ChurchOf !r YOUNG/ j I''f-' ._'
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bers of the cooperative, Kahn explained The Nazarene % ; .r..l AI

that people in Florida cat I .i ... o/. \ : .
more U. S. Good and U. S. Choice Rev. Willard Kilpatrick d t

Beef than Is produced here, Florida 433 Bacom Point Rd. .. ,. .
cattlemen the of '
enjoy advantage
Phone 924.7528 P. O. Box 882 'I.
|1.50 to $2.00 per hundredweight I SUNDAY; : SERVICES: .
premium over mid-west prices forI
9:45 a. m.Sunday School )
comparable grade cattle. '11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship ( ..
"Think of being able to increase
6:30: m.-Juniors
the supply of beef produced in this 7:00 p. inj ::1. ... I
-Sunday Evening'Evangelistic
state by five times without appreciably p.

I changing the demand. Add to WEDNESDAY: Service SOUTHEAST FLORIDA DAIRY INSTITUTE SALUTES \r
this an increase of 2200
people per average week im Florida and yon 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer. ,..,1 NATIONAL: RESTAURANT MONTH'fhiGrtitfsr : ,

will see our real potential." meetlnlgi: \ tilt toJlu'ktfakJtktfMf) funity. 'Out T.Ct..''. I
"Where you are stranger butonce" ,
a
A second factor affecting the ... 'I
economy of feeding cattle in Florida ---J
i can be seen in more favorable 0 MfflIC 11N

freight"The rates.previously considered u- [Glades Baptist Church .. ... ,, ,

I horbitant freight rates on grain '- -
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(Hey. Jonathan L. Wolf)
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I have now been reduced to ahow" a
MeetTln
: Pahokee Lions Quo
I real economic advantage in ship-
',,; ping grain into the state Building
af Op. SUNDAY.SCW>OMi4f L >jtu,
l"lit *posed to shaping beef to Fttrfattt mJt. ( G._: tO \& aad l Breams BecoHBie
this -
Couple with price advan-
our 17 :p..m. .. .,' ...
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J: feed ingredients enjoyed v cn as such citrus secondary pulp and SUNK:WJI1X.r:: ')()ATt9:115ip,1'y..F":30 p' Mi 1', 'B' eal.).. 1 J} '
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molasses, and we begin to be able e ; .
i'V.to compete favorably." ; mj+ !I '
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"Florida's climate offers another r dhurch 1 God 1
Of EFS FltfAttCES
distinct advantage. Experience /. WHEN.. -. IT! ,
shows that the rate and cost, of Barf>ield t .a
< ,HigfoyayPahota
grain,' feed conversion and many Dream.no longer ,I ''lJ! I Everglades Federal Savings; pro- "

unfavorably other economic affected factors by art extremes most LT ** Fla.k. = vides financing that says'"gQ.a ead" .-. NOW !III! I Home
; Stone, Minister
in weather. Florida's climate, of Phone 924-7MBT l buying is made easy for you with, .liberal, low cost loans

course: "A fourth, is usually factor mild.is that a cooperative SUNDAY 9:45. :, up to:and a:lea >period'up to 25 ye'ars. Yours will be
: a. nv-Sunday School '
program of cattle feeding .. 11:00': nL-Morning, 'W'osJ' : tailored to fitsmootiily'withTn income and circum-
is a new industry in Florida .
7:30-p,a.-StauqpasUftT Our- '
s&nceswith: monthly
one that thinks in terms of volume viaTUESDAY easy payments bringing you

sufficient to take advantage of the ? r closer' to debt-free home ownership!' Nice? You said it
latest
and
concepts technological 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ I not in !II IJ
why today
advances that an old! established Service . come

cattle feeding industry or small lot .. i I

operator Suwannee would River find Cattle too costly.Cooperative First Baptist J INVEST IN A NEW HOME

has a membership of more than Church Canal PointRev.
120 cattlemen all over the state of ,

Florida, including such leaders in James BarriMm EVERGLADES
the field as Alto Adams, Jr, Fort''' SUNDAY: FEDERAL

Pierce and Doyle Carlton,Jr,Wan 9:45 a. m,-Sunday School .
clmla. Harlow Land of Mayo, heads 11:00 a. m.-Morning: Worship Savings And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS
I the organization which was formed 6:30: p. m.-B. T. C.
INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS
', cattlemen obtain AND LOAN INSURANCE OOBP.Pahokee .
to help lower pro- 7:80: p. mw-Evening Worship
dncyonv coita hiohtr; net profits WEDNESDAY: Belle Glade
IhrVii6ef m!i
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I Pag1 Bight ,, ,. The Bfrttgla&oNewQ.; Canal Point.. P7ot'id* Friday, November 25, 1965

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Heather A. Reed Funeral Services I Week Of PrayerIs Ice completed cream the with menu., ginger crumbs I .r..r.Io

Weds D. L. McCartinMiss ScheduledThe Mrs. Marjorie Mock, Mrs. Sarah

Thomas, Mrs. Joan Tucker, Mrs.
For Mrs.
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Crippen Mrs.. "
v Cornelia Chase, Frances Moore :
Heather Ann Reed became Lottie Moon Week of Prayer I
the ,bride of Danny Lee McCartinin will be observed in the homes of and Mrs. Nina Hatton assisted Mrs.
Mrs.. Boe has her guests a
Friend with the arrangements. Hugo as
a candlelight ceremony held in ,Mrs. Ralph Stanley and Mrs. Joe Canal Point WMU members next ... for Thanksgiving her Robertof
the, Episcopal Church of the Holy Hatton, Sr., were called to Dania week beginning each morning at I sons,
University, and Billy, a
Emory
6 at 7 their mother 9:30 Calling Shower
Nativity Saturday, Nc-v. Monday by the death of a.m. student at the University of Flor-
pjn., with Rev. William Pickels, Mrs. Ella Crippen. Funeral ser The Monday meeting will be held For Sandra LampiA
vicar of the church, officiating. The vices were held in Hollywood on in the home of' Mrs. Paul Rardin ida.Ronnie Kautz of Georgia Tech is
altar was flanked with arrangements Wednesday with her grandsons with Mrs. J. L. McCall in charge of
with his
of white gladioli white pom- serving as pall bearers. the program, "My Life"; Tuesday calling shower honoring Miss spending the holidays Herman
pons and heather. The flower They were Joe Hatton Jr., Dr. morning members will meet with Sandra Lampi, bride-elect of Don- parents, Mr. and. Mrs.
accent in a smaller bouquet on the R. Lester Hatton, John C. Hatton, Mrs. C. B. Jones and Mrs. J. S. ell Jarriel will be held on'Tuesday, Kautz, in Pahokee.Mr.
and Mrs.' M. J. had
organ was also, heather. J. Ray Hatton, Bill Hatton Ron- Atkins will present the program, November 30 at the home of Mrs.R. Sapp as
C. Lane at 360 N. Kismet in Sunday guests her sister Mrs. OlaCroy ,
of Mr. aly Stanley and Raymond Strong. "My Prayers",
The bride is the daughter of Fort and John-
Ogden Bud
and Mrs. Eugene H. Reed Sr., 372 Mrs. Crippen is survived by her The Wednesday program will be Pahokee from eight to 10 p.m. of, Nocatee who accompaniedMrs.
Annona Ave., Pahokee. She grad- three daughters, Mrs. Stanley and presented by the Alberta Taylor The hostesses for the event will son to Pahokee.Mr. .
uated with honors from Pahokee Mrs. Hatton, both of Pabokee and Circle at the regular prayer meet- be Mrs.J. E. Thompson, Mrs. Elmer Croy I
Harlan left
and Mrs. Sean
High School in 1963; and is a mem- Mrs. Theresa Moon of Hollywood; ing time in the church with the Jones, Mrs. Billy Sheffield, Mrs.
for West Point
Sunday Mississippi,
Joe L. Hatton Jr. Mrs. Ellis Mur-
ber of the"Pahokee Phi Gamma Nu 12 grandchildren and 29 great program entitled, "My Home. ,
where they plan to spend thanks-
grandchildren. Mrs. W. S. Evans will present the phy, Mrs. Rupert Mock, Mrs. J.
Beta Phi Soror-
Chapter'of Sigma .. giving with their son and family
Hatton Mrs. Hawk Jr.
program "My Money" at the Thurs. Ray Ray ,
She is presently employed by
ity. Dr. and Mrs. Harlan Sears Jr.
day meeting in the home of Mrs. Mrs. J. S. Barwick, Mrs. R. G. ,
Lake Shore Press, Inc., in Pah keJ!. Lottie Moon Week Lawrence Stewart and Mrs. Alma Whiteside and Mrs. Lane. On their trip from Canal Point, Mr.
The bridegroom, son' of Mr. and and Mrs. Sears topped by Glen-'
Pahokee Nail will be hostess to the mem- .
Baptists '
Daniel McCartin 3711 East 1' wood and Mrs.
L. Georgia
Mrs. bers Friday with Mr. M. F. George picked up
Main St., Pahokee, is a graduate r presenting the program, "My All." "The Messiah" Bruce Elam, who made the trip
of Hialeah High School, Class of The Lottie Moon Week of Prayer with them.
three in observed the Pahokee ..... .:- those the
1062 and served for years will be by Among attending recent -
the U. S. Army's Air Borne Division First Baptist Church WMU with Pahokee Dec. '5th University of FloridaUniversity -

with overseas duty at Mainz, special programs scheduled daily "Tea House" Scene of Miami football game in,
Germany. He is presently sales- Monday through Friday next week. Miami this past weekend were:
For
man-distributor for the Glades area All of the programs will be held at Sorority Party The Palm Beach Junior College Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shirley, Mr. and,
of Lance, Inc. the church and all will be morning Choir will present "The Messiah"by Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs.

Miss ,Tammy Branch, organist, programs beginning at 9:30 a.m. Members of the Xi Alpha Mu Handel on Sunday evening, De- David Unwin, Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
played a medley of nuptial selections with the exception of the Wednes- Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, cember 5, at the First Baptist Aldridge, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Fra-
and the traditional wedding day program which will take the and their husbands enjoyed a socialat Church of Pahokee. The time for ser, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley,
march. place of the Wednesday evening the home of Mrs. Lewis Friend the presentation will be 6:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock, J. V.
prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Thursday night. Mrs. Friend's and the public is invited to hear Thomas and Robert Mackey. '
'Given in marriage by her father, .. .
Mrs. Addle Thompson general Florida room was decorated as a these singers. The choir is under
the bride lovely in floor-
was a WMU prayer chairman, will be in "Tea House" ,with Japanese lan-I the direction of Dr. Butterworthand BIRTH
of de soie. The
length gown peau charge of the program on Monday terns, brightly colored umbrellasand has a number of Glades young -
had neckline
fitted bodice
a scoop morning. Those in charge of the a Japanese cherry tree decor- people in the singing group. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Dixon of
and the full skirt fashioned ..
was programs will be Mrs. Karl Bennett ated with lights. Canal Point announce the arrival
'with a detachable chapel train fastened Tuesday; Mrs. W. M. DuBose, Most of the guests wore Japanese Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Holman are of a son, Russell Eugene who was
at the waist with lace
a cum- Wednesday; Mrs. Annette McCurdy 'attire and sat on pillows on the spending this week with relatives born on November :1. The young
merbund. The veil of
fingertip Thursday and Mrs. Thompson, l floor to eat. Chop sticks were, usedto in Moultrie, ,Georgia, and Ozark man weigheed 9 lbs. and was 22"
French fell
illusion from
a crown Friday. eat the suki-yaki. Hot tea and and Montgomery, Alabama. long.
of seed pearls. She carried a cascade -

bouquet of white carnationsand e____ __

heather.
Mrs. Ernest Pittman, matron of

honor, ,wore a street-length gown -.-..
of sea green peau de sole, fashioned f
similarly to that of the bride, with .:.

matching pill box hat. She,carrieda ... .,
cascade of yellow carnations. tI
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Little Miss Kimberly' Garrett as .,
flower girl wore a: two-piece white ENRICHED V

dress :featuring a green ribbon, .1 ti l
i matching that of the matron's
gown. : f
John Henry Little of Belle Glade I
served as Mr. McCartin's best man. *

Ernest Pittman and Bobby ,Joe
Haggins were ushers. 'f' "''1 .. ,

., Mrs. Reed chose for her daugh- ..15'r,,;.. '., :_' 1 : 7 WAYS
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tor's wedding a two-piece beige .' '
suit with brown accessories andja "'" ,.":I,'I ." f"\ 1is 1-;
corsage of yellow carnations. Mrs. "' '' :
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McCartin, mother of the bridegroom : j(
wore'a two-piece royal blue ,,r (
suit with matching accessories anda {

corsage of white carnations. '4 ".

The reception following the cere- ,;
mony was 'at the home of Mrs. ,
'Gertrude Williams, 990 East Main
St., Pahokee. As at the wedding,
heather was the flower featured in
the table and room decorations at ,
the reception. Miss Constance Bacon (,,,

cousin of the bride presided at .-1"
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the bride's book. At the table assisting is'

with the serving were Mrs. \ j jr
Ernest Maxwell Mrs. Collie Holt, f
and the Misses Sharon and Karen \+ :

Reed. sisters of the bride. '

Following a brief honeymoon on :,,; : Impala Sport Coupe' 4 ,
the Florida
west coast, Mr. and
>I > 1"i6C1ut'olt
o
Mr*. McCartin are now at their ::0. :, ,: & new Body by Fisher: 4 ..' \.o 1...

home, 1117 N.W 16th St., Lot 6, f. :;'# ':, ;J to'
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f.r.' ,\) Lunche Given : : iltit: L x NEW "T RIJ -j ET' VS'Si:. ship"iver'much In.tvm. k.the ride even gentler. rear seat J belts and backup 4 '

on Three versions of this're den :3CRISPNEWSTTL-; RACY SUPER SPORT 'lights-all standard n'I., y

I :For Miss Sasser I markably efficient engine ING., 'Morelel g nt
-- available; with ratings V-shaped grille to new SS'Coupe or Convertible, 7. OVER 200 CUSTOM FEA-

,Mrs. Lewis Friend entertained of 325 hp, 390 hp and 425 wrap-around taillights. 4. complete with new Strato- TURES.You can l have a field

,with a bridesmaid luncheon Satur- hp. ',,2.. RICHER NEW IN'A JET-SMOOTHER RIDE. bueketfrontaeatsandeye-: ordering luxuries like, \

day honoring Miss Faith Sasser, TERIORS. They're impressive Refinements in body, catching console. 6. NEW FM stereo radio. Want to

whose marriage to John C. Sace- even by Impala stand frame and suspension ((mSAFETY FEATURES. They raise your standard of living -'

man November was 20.Attending an. event of Saturday' ,, ards. And the fine hand of eluding Full Coil springs include windshield,washer, it up? Your Chevrolet

the luncheon, held at Body by Fisher craftsman- tailored to each body style) two-speed electric wipers, dealer's the man to see.

: the Holiday Inn in Belle Glade, .
were Mrs. Penny Clark, Miss Cyndy ;
Friend, Miss Sandra Ivey, Miss :
Diana Kunze, Mrs. Yvonne Chaplin -
JetsmootherI 66 IMPALA I
; Miss Mary Ann Ulmer, Miss Chevrolet's
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Cynthia Turbeville, Mrs. Paul Rar- ,
din, Mrs. Hugh Branch and Mrs. .
Sandra Tucker.
w. Mrs. Friend presented the honoree See the new '66 Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy II, Corvair & Corvette at your Chevrolet dealer's
1 with _____..__ ._n.. _...1
a sterling silver cake
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\ knife. -:, 09-1228
; On Friday night Miss Sasser and .

t;': the groom-elect, John C. Saceman Chevrolet Inc.
, of Lake Placid, were honored with Stanley '
," a rehearsal dinner at the Holiday
\ Inn. Hosts were Mr. Saceman's v

parents Mr. ,and Mrs. ,John C. 164 Lake Ave. ,,: Pahokee, Fla. Phone 924-5593: I ,, ,.
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