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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1964
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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L January 3, 1964 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM ''BEACH COUNTY


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Evening ClassesIn Daughter StrickenAt Howell Watkins,

'** THE Georgia HomeMr.
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Business Ed To Leaves School Job
sv, FARM and Mr Gene Butler were
called to Metter, Ga.', Tuesday on

Offered Jan. 13The FRONT I. account of the sudden death of County School SupU Howell.' L.

Mrs. Cleo Miles a daughter of Watkins steps down and into retirement -

__ Mrs. Butler. Mrs. Miles, had spent tonight after 16% year
Palm Beach Voca- DOYLE CONNER Christmas'in Pahokee with Mr. school
County TT:: at the helm of the public
tional School, in cooperation with OMN/IISSIONER Butler and other relatives but had system In. Palm Beach County.

Pellon Morris of Belle returned to her home in Metter and graduate'
Principal :FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE i A:; native of Georgia -
Glade High School, is planning to before being stricken.Mr. ? of Emory' University, Atlanta

offer evening instruction in the and Mrs. Edgar Wilder Mr. he came here 'in Id33 from Fort
flexible retirement ,
I Reports and analyses coming to pIe. Firms with : I
and Mrs. C. L. Wilder. Joe Wilder.
field of Business Education, according therefore consid- My iHIgh School to become principal -
desk these days indicate' 1964 policies can gain
my Miss Wilder of Miami werein
,
to Kenneth 'F. Johnson, Mary of Palm Beach High School
will see the beginning of a new erable advantage. I '
Director of Vocational Education Metter for thq, funeral. he
# * c. position he held till 1048 when f
boom era in our American econ- .
for the county. superintendent.During .
Johnson's unusual suc- was elected
Lyndon
Classes will continue with a new omy.Outlining his 'tenure, the county
what we can expectby cess in the art of persuasian has Funeral Services
term beginning January 13, Mon- from
school system has grown
1970, only seven years ahead been a subject of widespread com-
day evening at the Belle Glade I students' 628 teachers
and
U. S. News & World Report ment since he' became President. 14,117
High School in the typing room. If stressed the following: Some observers of the Washington I For Sam Berry 54 to some 48,000 children and 2,189
sufficient interest Is shown, classes teachers
today.
intermediate A population of '210 million 'up scene, have suggested he may
may be started and in advanced beginning typing, 20 million from:the present total. try to get all the big farm organizations Sam Berry 54, of 331 BanyanAve. During this 'period, the county
school budget has climbed frona
Gross national product around together on a unified .. Pahokee died Saturday. Ho
beginning and advanced bookkeeping to' Starting
dollars rise of 175 for agriculture. $4,064,924 $33,896,030. :
V5O Billion ,
program
business English and Gregg a was a member of the First Baptist salaries for teachers.
beginning
think that
Billion. believe, many people
Church of Belle Glade. Services
will
Shorthand. Shorthand classes *
Average family income at $8,800 as the saying goes, it will be a held at the First Rank 11, have increased from*
were Monday
meet two nights a week from 7:00:
I $2,000 per year in 1948 to $4,60j(
it.
good trick if he can dot
1100.
and a year up Baptist Church of Pahokee. "
to 10:00 on Monday Thursday.
Typing classes'w1l1 meet two Auto output at 10 million a year, Nevertheless, I note a start in : Survivors include his widow today.Watkinis'. retirement
announced his -
with' 716 million now. that direction was made when representatives -
'nights a week from 7:30 to 10:00: compared Tochie Berry; one son, Ronnie; one effective''Dee 31 Nov :
in nl
86 million for of eight farm organ-
Employment n daughter, Mrs.: Jacquelyn Rawhi::,
Monday and Thursday. Ad- '
every ben His''t nri:
the invi- expires January
10.3 million. izations' met recently, at
,vanced bookkeeping will meet gain of all of Pahokee; one brother Mar-'
More than 7 million youths in tation of the National Grange, to vin Fort Lauderdale three. 1965. Gov. Farris Bryant has nam-
,one night a week from 7:00 to Berry ; school John
2.6 million and high try for broad agreement on approaches ed business manager
college,
up listers Mrs. Mae Wetherington
Be- Lily -
1O:00: every Tuesday evening. W. Martin to fftl f the term.-Palm:
echool enrollment 20 cent. to farm ligislation.,
ginning Bookkeeping will meet up per of Fort Lauderdale, :Mrs. ViolaLundy '' '
'from 7:00 to 10:00: on Thursday Some 140 million people living According to one report, results ,of Perry, Fla.. and Mr w !3 tsuch Post.
.
evening. Business English will in 212 metropolitan centers. That's were surprisingly encouraging, the Mervin McCleary of' Belle, 'Glade; .
mor:4it'.than,65: per,cent, of, the'Jp'opplaUon closest approach to a united ,farm and"' : Mr. B. "
grandchildren
7 to :
.. meet,one night a week from : : rry- .. "
-" 'OI'l"'leM'' than 9 'cent of front that-hoa'been; eeen in a longtime - -
per Glade
had been a resident of the
,,3.0 every Wednesday evening. Cattlemen ]Meet
There is no tuition fee; however the< land, area. for 26 yenta coming' here from
In addition, the westward move- .o. Alachua, 'Fla.March '
fee
there is a small registration
and students must furnish their ment of people will be continuingand The American Institute of Cooperation r m Next Thursday Eve

own supplies. by 1970 some 37 million will be notes that "egg money" Of Dimes -

This instruction is part of the living in Mountain and Pacific flocks of ,farmers' wives now account -

School Board's Vocational Educa- Coast states. for less than 20 per cent of' Headed By Mrs. There will be an Annual MeetIng -
and adults 16 Farms will continue to lose pop- total national egg production: Ten '
tion program is for Frances Duval of' the Palm Beach CountyCattlemen's
ulation,'central cities will be static than half.
it more
who not years ago was
years of age or, over are Association, at 7:3O
but suburbs and'urban areas will. Few farm wives keep more than .
regularly enrolled in high school. '' 9th.
Mrs. Frances Duval, 1000 McIntosh P. M., Thursday, January
, The classes are tentative to a min; expand 30O hens, but commercial .flocks St., West Palm Beach, a 1064 'At, the, Belle' Glade Clvtc
That adds to a lot of growth'and into One 'in California ,
!mum enrollment of 15 persons. up run big figures. long-time volunteer in Palm Beach Center::;

Those interested in this Instruction changes in the relatively short has 750,000 layers while County's March of Dimes organi- This;'will 'be<< a covered 'dish 'din
are requested to attend an period of only seven years, but the? there ,are more than 100,000 in -
with bringing -
zation, will serve as county Moth ner those'attending
general outline seems to be pretty 150 commercial operations
at Belle some
organizational meeting J ers March chairman for the Jan- salads''vegetables or desserts.
Glade High School, 7:00: Monday well confirmed by other estimates.We throughout the nation. uary fund campaign. The meat; ,bread and drink will be
to feel the effectsof . .
can expect '
evening January 13,',1964, or phone Acceptance of the assignment to furnished by the Association
Wayne Ftortenberryt ,6-5553 or such a broad expansion here In Hoard's Dairyman expects an Increase coordinate the activities of hun- An (Interesting program is planned -

6-5554 before 5:00: p. ,m.. at Belle Florida, and you can look for our in pressure to use govern- dreds of volunteers who will be ''and it hoped' you will'comeand

Glade High School. agribusiness to be sharing in it. ment payments for cutting retail 30 announced -* enjoy this good food
.. .. ... .. marching January was program '
- - butter costs. The dairy publicationnotes' ,by Dr. V. D. Stone, chair- and tellow hlJt.: '
The prospects for a new boom that butter consumption is .. ., .
man of the Palm Beach County
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ahead don't mean that we'll behaving down to 7 pounds per capita. The Chapter The National Foundation: .
Corn Price Holds smooth and fair 18.6 backin
sailing
all-time high was pounds Mothers
Heading up the county
days all the time. Not by a long ,the',depression days of,,1934. March group .is not ,new to Mrs; weiiithio: : Pet.
. "
shot; Many of today's problemswill ? r' "
Beans Duvalshe, held ,the post several
Sky High be* intensified and we'll be facing Smith "
.Donald i Is years,ago and has continued to assist :
l. Louisiana ,Cane t
; time
new ones as goes on. t Y
: 'w1tBtiWet--Plm: Beach ;: -y
.
l's : At ParrisTsland' ,
.
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'PrihatnceHuen'though; ''em ,, Mothei'a.March'since that time. i' _: r:
_. Beans, if there were any beans ,I .
"' ployment increases, it Is expectedthe .Mrs-: Duval 'first became active I"
in quantity would 'be bringing a total unemployment rate will PARRIS ISLAND, S. C. Mar as a ,volunteer' worker in the organization NEW ORLEANS'! "- Louisiana

good price to the grower along not drop much. rine Private Donald E. 'Smith, son after her. two young, augur eone'.fprnierii; 'facing0*!'the

about this time of the year. Last Concerningemployment, I noted of Mr.: and Mrs. James T. Smith. daughters were stricken'with polio possibility,*$*.: warm snap. ; worked -
'
week with beans ,real scarce the recently an interesting,report that Jr. of 3424 Bacom Road Pahokee, within hours ot..each other: This: Monday' ttf salvage a 915 million -
price jumped to $5.00 and $5.5O alert businessmen' recruit, recent ,' 8OOOO-toh' of frozen
some_ are capitalizing completed training. wasr" during the era when the National crop
per 30' pound hamper. on the inflexible retire--? I ly at" the' Marine 'COrps Recruit Foundation was. seeking sugar:'cane'.that*stood in fields: r

Corn this week Is' staked at ment practices of 'others. Most Depot, Parris Island, S. C. means of preventing polio--befoie' .''A series of, freezes during1' the
.
$3.25. This is an excel1ent''Price reluctant', included drill bay- weeks hit the cane."Ex
firms are to hire people! The training'. the' days of Salk vaccine.: past two
for'the grower who can pay the over,45 ,and automatic retirementat onet training, physical condition.. perts said if a. warming trend

fertilizer bill with prices'Uke that: '65 is typical business practice.1"This ing, parades and ceremonies and, occured, the cane would deterio-

Celery is selling at normal price i i is a good time for those other ,military subjects. ,Three "Student Night" 'At rate'.'rapidly/_ t .

for..the. !;: Holidays.-,, .firms which follow the above practice weeks were spent on the rifle range Pahokee BaptistCollege Lloyd vCauden>\ agronomistand

. to see whether.. or not changes firing the M -14 rifle and other field 'representative of the

should be made, says the weekly infantry weapons. students were incharge American' Sugar Cane League*

Pahokee Grads On Washington report of the U. S. Recruit training prepares ;Ma- of the Sunday night service of the said about,JO'per cent of the 800-

Chamber of Commerce."It rines for further specialized train- First Baptist Church in Pahokee. 000-ton crop/was I standing when 1

Winning Grid TeamsDon is a well known scientific ing in a service school or with a I The "Student night" program Is an the cold waves hit. "

fact that people age at different unit of the Fleet Marine Force. annual feature of the Baptist 'Cane? grov era are doing everything -

Thompson and Alva Early, rates-one person may be old' at They will report to Camp Le- Church. possible' to harvest this frozen -

members of the Arkansas A&M: 35, another young at 75. Any (retirement jeune, N. C., for combat infantry The program was under the direction ' cahe befbi'e' it deteriorates or

foot ball team that won the Ark- ) policy which, is based training. of Eugene Cooper with the goes bad,",he ald.,.''Wheth r there

ansas Intercollegiate Conferencewith solely on chronological age is -. following taking part; Miss Becky will be any"substantial.loss of cane

a 9-1 record have been visit- therefore bound to be wide of the HOME FROM HOSPITAL Grimes. Miss Lynn Britton, Mios' left standing,n'e..fleld..U.de- !

ing their parents over the holidays. mark in many Instances.". H. L. Speer former assistant Linda Woofter and Miss Ruth Col- pend, .to it.( 14'rge ''extent'i- m the

Charles Hayes, another PHS grad- Some firms regularly hire older agricultural agent for Palm Beach vard. Following the service Rev. daily 'temperatures between now

uate and member of the Champion"Boll. men, the report continues, and county who with his wife now and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard were I and '..JaIIi'.I1C):""' i .'* ,

Weevils" was a unanimous even men well past retirement age lives in Starke Florida is home hosts to the college and senior Karlier;ift'the t .s ason, high wind -

choice aa "ALL-AIC"' performer who can bring to their jobs experience after spending: 28 weeks in the youth groups of the church at their' and raJn", nogked' down a, record1 raumoun "

at end. ,?.. '" unmatched by younger peo hospital at Lake City. home. .; s r cane in the state.
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Page Two The Everglade News, Canal Point Florida Friday, January 3, 1964

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oh College Macon, Ga., and received Horse Racing: Made

r Linda Sellers Is a ,B. S. degree.in 'education
,from 'the--t/nlversfty' of Florida. Easy At SunshineTAMPA

Wed to Lt. Rice She is presently a third grade
teacher at the Southside Estates -Racegoers to'the Florida -

1 L JI I Elementary School in Jacksonville. { West Coast track. Sunshine

;Miss 'Linda Sellers'ot Pa Lt. Rice is a graduate' of Colorado Park will be able to enjoy the
(!Mill I Gayle : Fort Collins of thoroughbred in
hokee and Lt. (jg)' William John State University. sport racing
Colorado. He is stationed with greater comfort and at reduced
Rice, LT. S.'Coast Guard:were united -
in ''marriage in'' a'; doubl -ringcereMonY' the U. S.'Coast guard at the May- prices in'1964.

.1 Saturday at "the' First port Naval Air Station Jackson- Track President Richard E. West

Methodist Church in 'Pahokee.Rev. t ville. has announced that general ad-

John A."Briley pastor performed The 'couple will,reside at 8039' mission to the grandstand will be

the' ceremony before 'an Parental Circlce Jacksonville. fifty cents and clubhouse seats

altar decorated with baskets ot i will be' $1. In previous years ad-

The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE white mums and palms. 'Miami Mayor mission prices 'were $1 grandstandand 1

Miss Dottle Lair organist played $2.5O in the clubhouse.

LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF traditional wedding selections. Enters Race For "It is our aim, to .make'every

The
,. THE EVERGLADES 'NEWS:\ and' Mrs. 'Terry L. Sellers. 'Pahokee' '. State GovernorMIAMI joyment' and excitement of- thoroughbred

:"bridegroom irf'the"son of horse racing," West said

Serving the Lake'Okeechobee Farming Region Without Mr. and Mrs Cal W. .Rice, Las Latest entry in the i in making the announcement. *"W

Interruption'Every'Week'' Nearly Years Aniniasr-Colo. 1964 'race for governor of .Florida are anxious to put the 'sport/WithIn -

Established March 11 1924 Published Mrs. Martha Henney, sister ot is Robert King High, ,Mayor of the reach of all and at the same
Every Friday
the bride served as matron of Miami. time offer high calibre racing'on

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance honor; 'She"-wore' a' streetlengthdress High's entry brings the number a dally basis." ?_ *

of of announced candidates for Fans rwill also enjoy.'added comfort
aqua 'blue taffeta with
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office .
matching headpiece, and carried a the Democratic nomination to four through'the installation' 'ol

In Canal Point Florida as Second Class Matter cascade bouquet of yellow mums,. The others are Mayor Haydon new seats in the grandstand area
-
Paul Rardin Publisher Burns of Jacksonville; Sen. John and'' mezzanine in the clubho\ af:.
Owner Editor Escorted to the altar by her
father, the bride. wore a -white Mathews of Duval County and Some 170O new seats have been In-
Rep. Fred Karl ot Daytona Beach. stalled.
.. beau desole gown featuring a .. . .
Maxwell Turnpike Worker Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland and mi -
;
edding'rSun. floor-length sheath skirt, with a
Given His Pay white! lace, overskirt. 'The bodice former Sen. Fred Dickinson of Mrs..Adaline Wroten has returned

was :.tyled'-w1Ui" high' neckline' and West Palm Beach are expected to from a visit,with' her sister and.
December 22 announce some time soon. niece in: ;Jacksonville. 1
., TALLAHASSEE Attorney 10ng(:sleeves pointed at the wrists. -
Her'' French ;illusion -veil was attached -
General Richard Ervin his
gave 'to'Bn blossom Mrs. Ida Butler and Mrs. A T. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Griffith were
Miss Mary Ern ee tine Maxwell legal sanction recently to paymentof orange 'cap.
The bride carried Bible Holt are patients in 'Everglades the weekend guests of. Mr. and
white
Pahokee'became" $1,600 fee to State a .
of bride of a
the Budget ""
Point.
with satin streamers, topped witha Memorial Hospital. Mrs. ML D. Geiger in Canal"
.John Cecil Rhymes of Belle Gladein Director Harry Smith for servingas

a double ring Candlelight ceremony consultant to the Turnpike single white orchid. ,

at the First Methodist,Church Authority.The John Bush 'served as best man.' fly'aBy'M-g'affysw/ i --

in Pahokee; Sunday December fee was questioned by the 'WlIll m P. Heney,'Jr., and'Thomas
'
,22, at 4:30 p. m. legislature's committee on auditingand Esposito were ushers. r
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Wedding vows; were repeated to appropriations. It also was A reception followed in the social

:Rev. Robert Shelley, 'pastor of the challenged by Rep. Fred' B. Karl, hall of the church with Mrs..

Canal' Point. Methodist Church in a candidate for governor who Ann R. Turbeville. sldlng at the Dr. Joseph Williams i

.front of an altar banked with questioned whether the paymentwas irlde's book. Others assisting were

jpalms,' poinsettias and orange not improper and a conflict of Mrs. Sharon 'Morris\ Mrs. William

.jasmine. Rev. Shelley was assisted interest. toward, Mrs. Peggy Hatton Mrs. Physician'To Infants And Children ;

; by Rev. John a' Briley, pastorof Ervin ruled that the budget Lor}' Reynolds, Miss Avis Robinson -

,the Pahokee Methodist Church. director'in more than one capacityand and Miss Harriett Webb.

l' The bride Is'the daughter of'Mr. allow him to draw hiss salary The bride, a graduate 'of Paho- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I to

and Mrs: Ernest Olan Maxwell Pa- from more than, one source.Margaret kee High School, attended Wesley-

*, and the bridegroom the son -A. .

.of Mr. and Mrs. Lee L. Rhymes, of Announces Opening Office . .
Belle Clade.'Miss Ann Hunt

- Dottie Lair Organist ac- "MAIN
Classified( Ads S447 EAST STREET

companied Mrs. Hugh Branch&S'' Weds Friedheim ri.
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she sang "Whither Thou Goe t" 'Pahokee Fla. Phone I ';
and "I Love You Truly." Miss'Lair 1 POSITIVELY all want ads 'or 924-7647

Played the traditional wedding. classifieds,, as', you .whit to call .1
Miss Margaret Ann Hunt of Pa-
..elections.VjMiss 'I !them. are payable in advance from
hokee became the bride of Louis '
Willadene Todd, maid of I this day'forward.'Don't phone 'em. 'l
Wilfred
Friedheim of Belle Gladein
honor and Miss Gloria King, Write It' and drop a dollar bill in '" .

bridesmaid,, wore 'identical gowns a double Benlzl ring Catholic ceremony Church at St. the envelope if you want it run -
Philips
of, irrlde cent green taffeta and once. $2 if ;you' want it run twice
Belle Glade. Rev. Francis X. Fen-
and
carried 'cascade" bouquets'of 'pink so on.
," carnations. ech performed the noon ceremonyin
front of an altar decorated'with FOB SALE i New and..Used'Willys ,
The bride given in
marriage by
poinsettias and palms. Mother Ce 'Jeeps.Walter, Ashley's GarageIn
her
father wore a street length celia of St. Philips Convent was Belle Glade, Phone 6-3096. .
'gown of white brocade satin fashioned
organist.The Oct. 17-54-ch.. ?il
\ with fitted bodice, three ,
bride is the daughter of v
;quarter length sleeves and a bell RENT THAT SPARE Room with
Mrs. Nellie K. The
Hunt. Pahokee.
.
t skirt. Her shoulder'' length veil of bridegroom the son of'Mr.. and a classified ad in these columns. Ea: '
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French Illusion was attached to a I It" only costs a nominal sum to'U8e' 5" ''' t'4"1
Mrs. Joe Friedheim, Belle Glade,
.matching pillbox hat and her,only these columns and results areBIG.
Miss Jane Ryals of New Orleans,
.ornament was a pair of pearl'ear Call 924-2661 this very day
La., maid of honor, wore a street
'
rings, a gift from her mother. She and- rder your ad. .
length dress of red satin'with
carried a white Bible with satin
streamers, topped with a white matching pillbox hat. She'carried RENT "THAT EXTRA. room or I

orchid. : a bouquet of peppermint carna- apartment by using a small ad ,
'-- tions. tD this column. You'll be' surprised
,Terry Sands served as best man.
jtjshers: were Pat Maxwell, Mickey The bridesmaid/I were Mrs. Sam- bow quickly you'll'get,a phone call 4It ti"'S aeo 4oaB )
llee Latham and Miss. Linda )
White and Doug Sands. after the paper goes into.the mail.Whynot .
Rymes. Their 'dr ue. were''identi ,, ItT Call 924-2661
:A. reception followed in the fellowshiiT try
cal to the maid of honor Kathleen Canal Point.TBKBK '
ball"of'Te'i T ich with '
King; niece of the bridegroom
r'
the bride's' parents .as hosts. The flower, girl..'She 'carried 'a"ketof'red e : AN YTHDia'in.the-at ...y I,
table was laid'':With a -lace _cloth S .
tic' you'd like 'to- convert into
: petals. Daniel King, a nephew
and
Pink poln-? ,. this coluntn "' t _t .
''aettlal"4a4" bearer...,, ;: 1 ;i4 lcl4 . : .
;: '14tln"W brcislranged "'t'he;:blNdb.Wa ffYe'i' iaafi: ia'd only Rcost* a dofta -.Q-jsH.,with..oder. r- Ji.u:S Swfs'tnds
when
the tbls : 'there
Ior > by'KritJd'yd: Hun by,; her., brother f\Robert-R..- H Dt.she' . .; ... :it - "< :: r ; arc ..
ley. The '
weddttrfg-cake was served t
oorleJi \ "
fey: Mrs.. Ellis Hall sister wore a th' gown bf PHX1NO .STATION 'Site, for..'sale 1
;
of the n
peau'de'sole:'The fitted bodice was : S8 many other good investments ? ; :
:1
.:br1d croom. She was assisted by outlined with Chantilly lace. The ,or lease .on Muck:City Road between -

:Mrs. R.. D. Apelgren, Mrs. W.. 8.Pluxner. '8tfeamUneQuanei'll' and :..
front'
panel of the skirt was deco
Mrs. O. D. Carpenter, and.t1lJaea with Conners ,'Highway.!!Ideal .:location, .
rated bows of de sole. r
DIane Hollon, Verloa Jones, An elbow length veil peau of'tulle foerseiaceatationiaW: small,.rest IUTo help. your country Is one But if you're'like most pebpM,
was
Carol Mae \Hatton, Patsy Crosby aarant.Pbr*fui' particulars' ,in answer. and a.one.. you'll.hang on to your Savings) ..-
held by the bride's pillbox hat She '
But' Bonds have'other' ad Bonds for the big things
mid Mary Lane.'Background music touch with, Paul ,Ri4ndiq.,_ CanalPoint yea
carried cascade bouquet of whit 'vantages that make ttiemworth I *'*nt I* 7O r'tuture.,
was-' :played "by Miss YvonneThompson ; Fla.. 'or-! phone 924-2661" between >> *- '
Jack Hunt your'oot'idlratlon.
brother the
::; and Miss Jan 'Plumer. roses. 8 a. m. and 6 p.m. ( t ....,_ ._ ,; -/And-of course"!, Bonds aN
,:IPianlst. bride served as best man. Jack. P 0..wu.icd'thejr; ofa ......u..fe investment*-as, long
Moore bother-talaw:: of the' tide- ) : "yjostabout: the easiest way to >. there''.Uliitecl.Statd: o$ 't
Following the honeymoon Utcouple \ groom, and Wesley F.'Jbnei were FOB SALE .One t8-fU House /; 'money! : ,ither
will make their' home in Trailer -completely .furnished. ,....iPsyroll. Savings, Plan, where .. 2
ushers ., '
: Mrs Gwen Levins and Miss 1 put 1 .rt' wages aside "& :' '
Bond help ?rem; tipregular'purehase'of
: --- ;' Esther Friedheim I assisted at the 'toward*a .'or'thrt i.h at a .,
F 00FAMILY: -. reception in the Parrisl-i 'Hall fol FOE SALE' '61 pacemaker House Bonctt at when tb.r enemies of freedom f ..

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tosh will reside at 106 South Oscar M. Corbin, Jr.. William Cor-_ Coffee In Honor '
Greenstar Ave', Pahokee. bin and Miss fanny Corbin. Ft. Mrs. Buddy Parker
Among those attending the wed- Myers; Mr. and Mrs. Robert
ding from the Pahokee-Canal Point Mathis, III Suzanne, Julie and -
area were Mr. and Mrs. Julius T. Robert IV of Orlando; and Mr. and The home of Mrs. Becky Keppwas
Moon, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock, Mrs. Sidney A. Stubbs Jr. and twir. the' scene of a recent coffee
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend Mr daughters Melanie and Natalie ofGainesville. honoring Mrs. "Buddy" Parker of
and Mrs. Frank Gillis, Mr. and Louisville Kentucky. Hostesseswith
+t' Mrs. Karl Bennett, Miss Karin T. Mrs. Kepp were Mrs. Margie
Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pope. PTA MKETTNfl JAN" 6 Mock and Mrs. Grace Maxson.
I''I Jr.; Marvin Crady Miss Wynette The table was laid with a white
''Ij j y; Sheffield Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sas- The Canal Point P. T. A. wilt cutwork cloth and appointed, with
G k ser. Miss Faith Sasser James Paul meet Monday night. Jan. 6, at S silver candelabra and red tapers
1 *- Sasser and Miss Julia Mathls. p. m. in the school cafeteria. The encircled with red poinsettias. Mr.
4 c4 t' 4. Other out of town guests included program will be presented by Miss and Mrs. Parker are the house
t Mrs. George C. McLarty. Lake Jane Plumer. W. E. Blackwell guests of his parents Mr. and
..ter Worth; Dr. and Mrs. David M. president:& will preside. Mrs. J. P. Parker in Canal Point.
::1 Bleech Okeechobee; Judge ana . - -

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City; Miss Vicki Mathis Panama Canal Point have as their guests. family have' returned to Turner A.
y y: .tiyY City; Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mathis. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Roy of Louisiana. F. B. in Albany Ga., after visiting
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'J Kenneth McIntosh In. Winter Park CeremonyThe Sale or Leasei ,

Winter Park Methodist sleeves accented with tailored
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ceremc >;.. xhe couple spoke their the bridesmaids Miss, Sally Douglas LOCATED ONMuck -
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groom ii the' son of Mrs. Harry Robert Warren Rivers of Or- -
Cason McIntosh of Pahokee. and lando served as best man for the
the late"l>lr. McIntosh. groom and ushers were Joseph (STATE ROAD 717) .
Given, n marriage by1 her father -i Dearborn Robins IV. Winter
the bride wore a formal gown ; Park; Donald Jung Winter' Park;
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i Mrs. and Mrs. Glenn T. Brower, SEEKING-News from all the

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Canal Point i!The.PahokeeChurch Holy: Nativity the' ,engagement' and. 1p-o ur rs' atound the 'world indicates' ...
I .., proachtng- marriages oft h. i r- that the most--fantastic ot
Baptist Church O'The,Nazarene Church daughter, Alicia Sue Brower to array
l". Episcopal ,t Glenn N. Ellington, son of Mr. and championship auto road racing
Fahokee .
Lawrence Stewart, Pastor Mrs. John Ellington; Clewiston. cars ever to be assembled will be

SUNDAY: Rev..Maoc.D.Jones, Pastor Rev. L. _L08 I1C', Vicar Miss Brower is a graduate of seen at the road racing circuit 'at.'
433 .Bacor .: Rd.
9:46 a. m.-Bumday School t ,* .Point. SUNDAY: Pahokee?.High School..Class: of 1962 Sebring March 21.
Pteoae .9247526. P, O. Box 882 -
11:00 W 10 : School and graduate"of Vocational
a. m.-Morning Eblp ,a. m.-SW1d& a
The 1964 spectacle will take
6:30 p. m.-Training. Ualoi. / SUNDAY. SERVICES: 11OO: a. m.Worship Service' Beauty School of West Palm Beach I
7:30 p. m.-Evening. WovsMp 9:45: "a. xn.-Sunday 'School ..... and is employed, in Ina's ,Beauty place from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.oo'
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WEDNESDAY: llcUO a. :no--Sundcur Woiehip6J3O '. Shop, Belle Glade, Fla. Saturday, March 21. Requests for
God
I 7:30 p. 'nx Prayer K.eeUaCI'. ,p.!m<- Junior* Church;Of Mr,. Ellington is a graduate of starting positions are already on
. 7:00: p. )*.Sunday Evening Barf ield class of
<< HighwayPahokee: Clewiston HiglSchool hand from world famous marques.
Church Of Chris Evangelistic Service' : 1962,and is employed by the Unit- such as Ferrari, Cooper, Lotus>"
WEDNESDAY' : Fla. ed States Sugar Corp. Porsche and the new Italian ATS.'
7:30: p., xa.-Midweek Prayer J. W.Hughes, Minister: The wedding will be officiated Five points two miles of grueling -'
125 X. W. Avenue' D meeting. Phone 924.3786 by Rev. John A. Briley at the First auto road racing, the longestroad
Phone WY 6-0867 "Where you are a stranger but. SUNDAY 17,
January
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SJCH'VlCJflB10OO 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship in the Social Hall. the 14th in the series of this classic -

a. m.-Bible" Study St. Peter's ,Lutheran 7:80, p. Evangelistic Service .- No invitations will be sent out which is recognized the world
ltOO a. m.-Morning Wonfcdp but all friends of the bride and for its test of
over grueling car
Vtao p. m.-Evening iosxrtpWRDNESDAY Church; Belle Glade
i TUBSDAY: groom are invited to attend. and driver.

7:50p.. M.Prayer Service ...
7:80 p. m.-.Bible Stlldr ,
August Koerber, Patter THURSDAY: REHEARSAL DINNER' - -
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\ Canal Point Divine Service 11\A. M.SCbool ., - dinner at Selma's restau-
rant Miss ,Tina Maxwell,
9:45: A. IL honoring & APPLIANCES
.. . AnnaMaeSikesIsWoman ,
-.t and John Rhymes. Other guests
'. Robert A. SheBey, Pastor were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest'Maxwell Domestic A: Commercial
The Church Of God
SUNDAY: Of Year Mrs. W. E. Beasley Miss
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** 10:00: a. m.-Cburoh 8 hool Of Prophecy,.:PahokeeCanal Mary Louise Lane, Mr. and Mrs.

.t 11:00 a. xn.-Morning Worship Point-Road Terry Sands, Doug Sands, Gary
/ 6:90: p. n.Youth Fellowship BIRMINHAM Ala.-Mias Anna Norman Pat Maxwell and Misses AND SERVICE!

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Gloria King Linda Wilson Verlon
John H. Kinard, pastor Mae Sikes, assistant director of
MONDAY: Jones, Willadene Todd and Penny
home economics witb
m'. programs
10:00: a. -Sunday School
; 3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir practice McKinstry. Miss Maxwell became POWERGAS
,", 11:OO'a. x..Preaching Service Florida Extension Service, has
7:46: r Evangelistic Service been named 1963 Woman of the the bride of Mr. Rhymes, Dec. 22,
p.
2nd MONDAY: in service to Florida rural at 4:30: p. m.CLASSIFIED.
Year CORP.Phone
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.I .B... .
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7:30 Esther .
: p. xn.- Class xneetTUESDAY The' Progressive Farm-
8:00: p. XB. ThuradayW.M.B.Everyone women by
UIIr welcome.. Special pnuslc er. Announcement of the recogni- ADS PAY WYB-CUUl South Bay
t : and tion is made by the editors in the BIG DIVIDENDS
singing.
I 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society r . January issue.
1st TuesdayWffiDNESDAY States the magazine in its cita-

.. : Christian Science tion, "Her I greatest interest is in

73O p. m.-Prayer. . Meeting, Group Of Canal PointMan's helping Florida families develop
programs designed to meet their

First Methodist needs physically, mentally, and
dependence on God will be 'Monday Cattle Sales
spiritually.
Pahokee emphasized at all Christian Science
Church, : ,,' 'services this Sunday. Miss bikes! has helped in training . .

, her 'staff to welcome many,.
Readings'from the 'Bible Lessonon
John A. Briley, Paster, "God" will Include. this passage out-of-state home demonstrationclub I :Are 'regularly Jield' at the Glades Livestock Market

SUNDAY: from..Chronicles (16:29): : "Give members::who move to FlorIda -, which is owned l .and. operated by more than 120
.i. 9:45: a. m.-Church School ,and'wfiftt-tp continue the wor .
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship*. unto'thq'Lordltthe.glory1due" unto She receivecT both Tier B. S. and Florida 'Cattlemen.?.: *?-* .
will tak
his name. The theme be
6:45: -MYF M.. S. d from Florida State
p. m. f'4' tees;
t . en up !accompanying readings You'll enjoy; the excellent service you receive here
$. 7:46: p. m.-Evening WorshipTUESDAY College foV Women.,(now, Florida
r., : : from the Christian Science textbook State University). She'served firstas at this 'Market. We make an effort at all times to
including these lines: "No
.x" ','.. 7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prac wisdom is wise but His wisdom; no home., demonstration' agent in give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Giveus
ticeWEDNESDAY Lee County,,later serving aa nutri-
!!""' truth Is true, no love is lovely, no a trial.SALES.
.1 : tion specialist and district agent.
life is Life but the divine; no
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I 7:45 p. m.-Midweek devo- She; has held her present position 1I1I111111111111
good is, but the good God bestows"Science
since 1950.
bone
( and Health with Key to
= 8:30 Senior Choir In various capacities, she has EVERY MONDAY AT
: p. xn.- prac- the Scriptures by Mary Baker Ed. 1 p. m.
ticeCanal served in the following organizations
day, 275)).
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a Economics Association; Land Glades Livestock Market
Point First
Kiddie Kapers AtBaptist Grant College and University Association -

Baptist Church V ChurchA ;_,.F lor i d a Federation .ASSOCIATION'
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Women's Clubs and Garden Clubs;
Elder R. E. \Barfietd American' Association of Univer- J On. -Pahoke -BeIe.Giade) Road.

SUNDAY: Kiddie Capers Christmas sity Women; American and FlorIda Phone WY 6-8028
".V9:45 a. .-Sunday School party was held at' the Fellowship Dietetics Association; Flor-

11:00 a. xn.-Morning Worship_ hall of the First Baptist church, ida Congress.Parent-Teachers AsaociatIonan -
,,4 6:30 p. m.-B. T. C. *. / ,. :Pahokee, by members;of tie "DeeValente" ; \: ,Pilot
7:30 p. xn.-Evening Woffltixp.. class In'''place, "of"their? Clubn. .,, *" .,L. .. _....\.; ...... .> . .t.. .. ., .. '

TUESDAYS: ., 'kj.I!sj ., regular' monthly meetings .Tbej --. .. ;J} : _.. ,....,- ;:.. :- : '. ,! t. ... .. -,
< :,"X7:30 p. xn.-Choir practioe.; t seventeen attending, ;dressed, as'"kiddies" ; .
WEDNESDAY: played games'c'uKgcarbls / I. ;\\rt \tt :t7'J'fM., *?-'- r yyyy...... ---T _.. -- --\0\0---\ -, "

'i" J: : 7:30 p. xn.-Midweek Prayer "i and exchanged glf s .,.
i! I ," f* rfr ] Mr/9.\M/ >P..8tahAr 4>4ja readr9tfg' :: ). r
t tJ;1" I"t 1 tn.msDAY-Every: other. week 1 !'!'entitled '-Tf)e ;Day, after.) .!I. YQU.; WANT. ;
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;i'\ # ,.... 4t 7':30p.: xn."-Ladies AuxiMaryA1T. s .,"r t kiyl? I.e- ;# : lL.. L : .,;

,, ..' .>;.. _Meeting.L1 ....r'V t. y' n., P!<,n,.Y'oUligeS:; CU- : .. cwFn.M.C} rIN1.! l .
1 ut 4" //3?*]>.90.dAy? Christmas l

:" <: South Side Churcttv''" lh"rhe,.. )\:Ihe'ctiqjce of'decorations, 'T.H'E. : .

and"entertainment. ,, ,, NWrYR'64: :
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,;, Of Christ Refreshments. c o n s" i is tin g.of.yuletidle ,- : .

-:,',. ,' ,.... open 'faced' ; sandwichea, ,.t:.: '
II :' Belle Glade across from!;' .. t1i80 -t"e
..'. 'fj\5 Bowling Alley on Rd: 80* were; served: by':Mrs., Lee. .Shirlcjr. ., ,( Here at.Eyerglades.Federal wear ready to'ake care of
: XOO a. m.-Bible Study bbste6 Jt'f*'The: party. '
yd'urwan'tsduringt,1i 'N w Year 1964 especially if those
11:00 a. 'm.,/:Sermon .. 'r; ,. ,. ; ,

"6:30 p. m.-Evening Service" Luncheon Honorsiss'Tiria wants' are centered around 'money to build a,new home.
6:30:: p. m.-Wed Bible Study -
. -- Mi Maxwell' f";' You'll find our folks in!Belle'Glade,and in the Pahokee


First Baptist -. '.. >', ?.;he .'home of-Mrc.---.. Lester Hand a office ready, willing: and.ableto1<<; {'serve you..Any one of us
c:
Church I Pahokee_ l was. 'the"scene of ;a bridesmaid t will be happy to take time"to talk over your plans for a
luncheon honoring Miss Tina Max-
; r Gutbrie.W. Colvard Pastor well' and her attendants recently. new home in '64. Just drop by either office. We'll] be glad
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SUNDAY: Miss Maxwell became the bride of I
r.
L ,:.;.. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School John'Rhymea;,'Sunday:' Dec.*22. .' . to.see you.,
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Those attending were Miss Willa
'{ 6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship dene Todd Miss Gloria King. Mrs.

oI, <& 6:45 p. m.-Training Union Ernest Maxwell Mrs. W. E. Beas- EVERGLADES FEDERALS

c , WEDNESDAY: ley, Miss :Mary Lane, Mrs. Robert ,
V"7:3O p. m.-Prayer Service Shelley and Miss Linda ."Wilson. And Loan Association
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The bride' table was laid with a

'&' [St. Mary's Catholic lace tablecloth and appointed with ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.

silver candelabra and pink tapers.

,. ,'i- . Church floral arrangements were pink.. Pahokee Belle Glade
'''': ..: ,- polnsettlaa. .
L .'........Pranci. Fennftc*; Pastor'8tmdry """ Hostesses with Mrs. Hand were Let Your Money Earn, %%Payable SemiAnnualAt. ,

.: ,. Maa-11ao&. ... Mrs. Collie Holt and Mrs. HasaelEdmonton. ..
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: Page fight The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday January 3, 19&CI

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Mr .and Mrs. Frank O'Connell YOUR CAR TAG IS GOING TO COST

I I PERSONAL N NEWS NOTES I have and as their families guests, Mr.their and daughters Mrs.- YOU MORE IN THE COMING YEAR

Allen Rust of Maryland, and Mr.
of New individual 1 will increases
and Mrs. Frank Sganga In 1904 the car owner pay -
mm <.; ..<. MMr.
; Beach.
Smyrna ranging from $3.54 for a "D.%'.tng-
Mrs. Echols and
an ., ,qfa.,, were the recent daughter Teryl and Mr .and Mrs.O. Miss Debbie Maxson has return- .$12.92 for "WW" tag. '," ; '
ed to her home in West Palm
Wilson H. Sheppard and daughter Hazel -
guests of ;3Vr. and Mrs. Lon
Mr. and Mrs., Wilson returned ] 'recently visited friends in Beach after a visit with her grand- Owners of cars requiring plain tags will IJay-

Thursday from a Christmas visit Naples.Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Max- $22.17 an increase of $0.07 over the present fee
in-law and daughter son.
with their son-
and Mrs. John Rogers hadas of
Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott Jr. in $15.50. .
recent guests their son and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross had as
Tallahassee.: daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. their guests on Christmas day "W" tag owners will pay a $9.79 increase to

Mr.'and'Mrs, Cleo Miles and son John Rogers Jr. and Children their'son-in-law and daughter Mr. $30.29.

Duke, of, Metter, Ga., were Christ- Perry. Rogers, Roger Ward and and Mrs. Doyle Branyon of Mel-
mas guests of her mother and family Mrs.: Nellie O'Rirdon., bourne. Actually,_ tags will be sold this year for a 13-

Mr:,afcd :Mrs. Gene Butler and nlonth period.

Jo '"Wilder.Mr.. ii M I* I 11 i i i 11 i M i i i i i M_ i i 11 i 11 11 I 111 n_ i 111 i i 111 M '',
1903' law
\ The legislature passed a changing the-

Sr., are. and visiting Mrs. her J. L.mother Humphrey Mrs.A. THEATRESP renewal date, from January to July. But it, will be

..I.I I Harvllle in Alamo Ga. changed one 'month at a time until 1909.
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,I 'l Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sanders of LAKE DRIVEINPahokee The new fees include the cost of a 12-month tag;

Miami, were the recent guests of Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
her parent,"Mr. and Mrs. J. L.Humphrey. S. plus a prorated cost of an additional month witha

-2 BIG FEATURES 50-cent service'charge tacked on the end.

Mrs.: Lillie Carraway is the guest ,BUND AY -MONDAY-TUESO* Here are tag fees:
of her and daughter-in-law, SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY JANUARY 5-6-7
1 :Mr. and son'')..I". Bill Carraway. JANUARY 5-6-7 Thc Courtship Of "D" tag, up from $10.50 to 1404.:

Plain from 15.50 to,2217. .
tag,
Bascom A. Belcher is visiting "THE THRILL, Eddie's Father" up
his mother,.Mrs. R. B. Belcher and 'OP IT ALL! GLENN FORD AND "W" tag, up from 20.50 to $30.29.

relatives in Cairo Ga DORIS DAY. JAMES SHIRLEY JONES "WW" tag, up from $25.50 to $38.42.

Miss Ruth Colvard was a recent -Al..SG-
GARNER AND ARLENE
l in Miami where she was the
visitor : FRANCIS "Red Sundown" Ronnie Kautz of Georgia Tech.. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Plumer'and
house guest of her roommate at ,..
Miss Carolyn is :visiting his parents, ,Mr. and I family have as their guest Leon-
.' Wilson.Mr.Stetson. 'University 11III I M i 11 in 1111 i i I 11 i i i I i i i ''IM I in < 111 i i i i i !-; Mrs. Herman Kautz. .ard Jett of Harrisvllle. W. Va.

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Ity turned., after to their*visit home with in his Louisville parents., .' NOW YOU CAN SAVE MORE AS WE CELEBRATE

Mr. and"Mrs. J, P. Parker in Canal ,


Point.;Mr.. and Mrs. Sidney Prescott of I FORD'S BIGGEST SALES YEAR WITH OUR '

Hollywood, were the guests of Mr. 7 Y, ;
and''Mrti: A. R.; Harrington, Friday. : I; :
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Miss Pat Stewart has returnedt .. ,
l'her"ho e in Canal Point after ; .
a"Visit'AWitn her parents. Rev. and : : :; IC . .
Mrs; John'''Stewart in Enterprise, ,
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Kt.r'Worth, Texas are the guests .' ,> . _. :;\..) J'. ..r
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Atkins'at Pelican Lake. <' :i\ <' ' \ ,t.. .N.\!\ ... .' :. .
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,. Davenport of Brandon.V .' o!". { . .' ,1'I I ; ' r'I," r.....
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l: 'iMr. and Mrs. Jim Gifford have : { ? i1ifli' !

holiday returned visit to with Gainesville relatives after in Canal a- ._ t;; y .. .< a new driving thrill with the: 64 Falcon<: . . ii) ;. { '.1

,i Point and Belle Glade. still with t.
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:ing an alltimerecord- year,.in '... ..... . the 1964 Falcon Iuture"Hardtop. "1 '" ., -:
I. mortgage lending during Novem- : ,..ct" :. .. Smart and sassy it's all new.. See for :"of'. p
''oer: compared to previous months yourself. Test-drive one today!
rin 1963;'total loans closed during'' ... p.. ,, , .. .' .." l'L '
the first '11 months of 1963 4Ii -i.: "

Amounted to more than $831.5 mil-
',:'' };,)UOKU, This, surpasses the record ALL-NEW FALCON, ..
(for.total l loans closed for an entireyear 'I' .
by,$5: .million, which was set -Smart, new styling_New comfort and convenience Plush :" ;..

....,in 1962. new ride Twice-a-Year(or 6.OOO mile) Maintenance Self. ..7-
The league executive further r Falcon Squire for 1964-one of 7 roomy Falcon wagons. :
g explained that in November a total adjusting brakes Famous gas-saving economy Full line

.of.$69,581X in loans was closed. including sedans hardtops. convertibles wagons Choice :. :

:..Although, this is $15 million less of engines from standard Six to 164-hp V-8 Optional power :.
.th it thfe amount in October it IS
'.1R'( record high figure for the monthof steering. speed speed manual or Fordomatic Drive ,

November. .
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flPPROK.ONE OF EVERY FOUR Falcon Convertible for 1964-one of 3 new Falcon
s'i' IS SEEING FLORIDA'
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