The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
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Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 29, 1962
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
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Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
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Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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I Dr. Ernest Johnson Skeeters Buzzing Mother Of Doris Local Song Writer Kautz Will Run I

All Parts CountyThe Hears Tune On WPTVA

Takes Rote Gavel noisy buzz-of 'hordes Sasser Dies At 76 song, "Doodle-Le-Doo", writ- CP Water PlantThe

squitoes which showed up ten by Mrs. C. M. Todd was featured I
Dr. Ernest C. Johnson took over current rainy Funeral services for Mrs. Lolie on Sip Taylor's Sip-N-Coffee" water plant in Canal Point I
ing a spell is
i the gavel as president of the Pa- Phillips 76, of Wauchula, who TV show over 'WPTV Channel 5, owned and operated by the United I
hokee Rotary Club at yesterday's ing the ears of county early Sunday morning at her last Thursday.Mrs. States Sugar Corporation for near- I

regular meeting. Handling the ers in the form of there following a long Todd had submitted the ly 40 years has passed into the I
gavel to the new president was the residents who have been were conducted at the First song but did not know which day U hands of new owners and operation 1
1 retiring president, Robert O. the invaders.The Church Monday after- would be used. It was a pleasant by them will start on July 1. Henry i
Lampi. commission by Dr. Garfield Evans. Bur surprise when it was played on her Kautz local plumber and electrician I
The installation of new officers structed the county was in the Wauchula Cemetery. wedding anniversary.Mrs. will be the president of the new !
J was under the direction of Paul the mosquito control Phillips had lived in Wau Todd was recently awarded a concern and general manager of I
: Rardin a past president of the to take to the air in an for 40 years and was a Certificate of Merit at the .state the water plant and its operation. !
club. Dr. Johnson, immediately get rid of the pests. of the First Methodist convention of the Florida Federa- Mr. Kautz said that plans call for
t1 1 upon assuming the reins of office, Take to aerial spraying there.Survivors tion of Women's Club for her vocu1 expansion of the service to a point
announced his appointments of if the idea is found to be include her husband compositions. She won second
two miles north of the present !
committee members. and if funds are available Carlton Phillips; two sons, place in the state competition for plant site. The two mile additionto
New officers 'installed by :Mr. nance the attack.Fireworks. M. of Naples, and Jack A. of her song.House.
.. the water line will take it to the
Rardin were: William S. Plumer, S. C.; two daughters, Mrs. -
residence of Albert Fremd, immediately I
vice president; Mike Sanders, sec- P. Sasser and Mrs. Johnnie
Show Passes New north of the Quality 1 i
: retary and Joe E. Thompson, treas- Verhulst, both of Pahokee;, a
Market operated by Wade Am- ;
urer. Also taking up their new Fred M. Baldwin of Pana
f duties were the following direct- Planned For 4thThe City; two sisters Mrs. Lynda Sugar Quota Bill mons. 'I
Water lines will also be extended 1
ors: M. P. Holman Director "A" Davis of Wauchula and Mrs.
Club Service. Committee chairmen M. Padgett of Marianna, i to the newly proposed sub-division I

J under Mr. Holman are: attendance, annual Fourth of eight grandchildren. WASHINGTON, D. C.-The U. Addition No. 2 to the Canal Point I
Bob Fisher; classification, Bas- works program for Among those attending the fun- S. House of Representatives pass- I Townsite. :Mr. Kautz said that his !
com Belcher club bulletin, Bob fromthis area were Mr. and present water customers south of
; become a Glades-wide ed the sugar bill, which will give
Lampi; fellowship Chester Batch- and again this year plans W.. K. Aldridge Dr. and Mrs. U. S. growers a bigger share of the the West Palm Beach canal being I
elor; magazine: Vance Denton<< ; plete for another big night. W. Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. American sugar market. presently served from the Stuckey I
program Bill Plumer; public information L. Tyson, Jr., is chairman Sasser, Mr. and Mrs. Jack I Florida and Louisiana are major water plant under lease to :Mr. I
6) T. C. O'Steen; rotary information fireworks committee and he Mrs. H. M. McIntosh, sugar-growing areas of the country Kautz will be served from the uptown i

; Thadd Whidden; ser- assisted by Paul Collier: from this area were Mr. and with, recents expansion program- plant.It ._ ;
p geant-at-arms James Moo-re ; group of firemen.who Gary- Clark.Highest making the Sunshhine State mar was pointed out by the new .I
S' music, Bob Lampi; and Rotary dd- years have handled the jor source of sugar cane. U S. operator that plenty of water will t
visory committee Hank Aldridge. the fireworks. based at Clew-: be available for the proposed expansion -
Award Of Sugar Corporation
Director "B":' Vocational Ser- Pahokee
e As usual the because the Bryant plan-
iston, is the state's largest producer -
vice, Wiley Tillis. Committee will serve, a barbecue tation of the U. S. S. C. will be
of from
chairmen under Mr. 'Tillis are: afternoon and the plate Rainbow And OESMiss raw sugar the cane.
Through the use of marketing taken off the present plant in Ca-
buyer seller relations Windy ious barbecue will contain
nal Point.
recently -
sugar company
controls the House bill parcels out
Willis; employee-employer relations ular addition of baked
completed a new three-
domestic and
i' Joe Kahn; competitor relations cole slaw. If you plan to Katherine Young of Canal among 25 growers quarter of a million dollar water

Il Lee Shirley and four-way fireworks display why Point, past worthy advisor of the among areas specified the foreign three-million-sugarproducing plant for the new mill and their
test Joe Alderman. little and
early participate 8)n Pahokee Assembly Order of Rain- ton quota which Cuba enjoyed be- water customers at Bryant and
Director "C": Community Service splendid food to be served
Luke Dufresne. Committee Lions. for Girls; Mrs. Marie Hughesof fore Fidel Castro seized power. surrounding area.
The name of the new operating
chairmen under Mr. Dufresne are: The fireworks display is Pahokee member of the Paho- Domestic producers who now I
traffic-community safety Glenn ed annually by the Pahokee Order of Eastern Star Chapter supply about 54 per cent of U. S. company is Canal Point Water and
Blocker; student loan, Vance Denton ber of Commerce. mother advisor of the Pahokee sugar needs would get a new quota Utilities. A letter is being sent to
I ; youth activities, T. C. O'Steen; of nearly 60 percent of the market. all customers this week A part of
Assembly of Rainbow Girls and that letter is herewith
printed :
civic The will into effect
welfare fund Thompson; new quotas go
projects Bill Howard and Institutional Don't Move Jessie Barnes of Pahokee, I July 1 if the bill is passed by the For one family unit the rate will
representative to B. S. of A., past matron of Pahokee Chapter j Senate in the meantime. be $4.00 for the first 3,000 gals. and

Vance Denton. Order of Eastern Star, receiv- 40c for each additional 1,000 gals.
Director "D": International Ser- Say Folks On "The Grand Cross of Colors" at Where more than one unit is serv-
vice, Ernest ParnelL Committee Grand Assembly held at Miami Boy Scouts Leave ed by one meter the rate will be
chairmen under Mr. Parnell are: June 17. one half more than the minimum
International contacts Bascom A storm of protest was "The Grand Cross of Colors" is For Camping Trip rate: That is for two units the min-

5J .- ,Belcher; International information ed before county the highest award given to mem- imum rate' would be $6.00 for
Frank Hines; international week ,over a proposal to of the Order of Eastern Star 4,500 gals., Etc

student projects Olaf Boe; rotary section of ocean road. and, Order of Rainbow for Girls. Boy Scouts of Troop 628 left at Bills are due when presented

foundation, J> V.. Thomas.. Beach and Jupiter-a Elizabeth Humphries; past 6 a. m. today (Friday) for a four and past due after the 10th of the
ned by private financing. worthy advisor of'the Pahokee Assembly day camping and sight-seeing trip. month.. After 60 days nonpayment -

Extra Cash EarnedOn Owners of the land who received "The Grand They plan to spend two days! at service will be interrupted
ocean had asked the of Colors" award last year, Manatee Springs and one day at without further notice.A .
FundsThe ; '
County to approve moving the attended the.. Grand Assembly. Silver Springs, returning Monday. ,, deposit of $10.00 will be required -
road westward and -
afternoon. for each family unit. Bus-
county commission learned present roadway. Mrs. Mutt Wilson Is Scouts taking the trip are Billy iness deposits will be: based on
Monday that it had an extra $81- Result of the session John
Boe, Johnson, Mike Fletcher previous water bills. All deposits
344 in the till which was earned ed well into the noon hour District Golf] WinnerMrs. Mike Youngblood, Larry Wright, should be paid by the 10th day of
during the past year as interest on pledge to residents of the Mario Ullivari Louie Schultz, July 1962.Flood .
county funds. The board has adopt. Beach-Jupiter area that J. H. (Mutt) Wilson 186 Steve Lane Rodney Pennington, .
ed a policy of taking county funds would be done about Bacon Point Road, Pahokee re- Lloyd Myers, Carlos Valallea,
not being used and putting the road until the proposal ceived the President's Trophy in James Kirby, Jr., Dennis Martin Control Is

), money out to banks for short term' given, further study.Commissioner the Gulfstream District Women's and Dickie Tyson. Subject At Rotary
periods earning interest on the de E. F. Van Golf Association Tourney held this The Troop was accompanied by
posits. Juno Beach won permission month at the West Palm Beach Scoutmaster and Mrs. Thomas Fred Green of West Palm Beach
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board of confer with Country Club after posting a net Martinez and family, Mr. and Mrs. was guest speaker at the luncheon
Mrs. Johnson Goes owners who forwarded the 73 in the 18-hole tournament.A Bill Martin and family and James meeting last Thursday of the
determine that if the move player of Class A, in which Kirby Sr. Pahokee Rotary Club.
To Camp Welaka the public would have handicaps are from 15 to 1'7. Mrs. Miss Alice Elaine Hurt 1962

beach in the area.Commissioner Wilson was two strokes better than Val Gabaldon Joins graduate of Pahokee High School
I Mrs. Ethel Johnson of Pahokee Van the next in her own division and who has been the pianist for the
J left Thursday (yesterday) for he favored helping private one stroke better than the top Hunt Real Estate Club was presented with a gift of
Camp Welaka the Girl Scout Camp ers since doing so, much player in the championship divis- appreciation by President R. O.
developed by the Palm Glades land couldbe, placed on the Jack Hunt, sales manager for Lampi, who presided.
Council, located in Jonathan Dick- He added, however that ion.Trailing Mrs. Wilson in Class A Hunt Real Estate announced recently Visitors attending the luncheon
inson State Park. Mrs. Johnson, a lending his support to such were Dot Morey West Palm Beach that Val Gabaldon has join- were Walter Hooker, Dr. Clarence
registered nurse will serve at Camp he wanted assurance that with 75, Jas Nielsen West Palm ed his staff.. Mr. Gabaldon will be Kidder and Herbert L. Chapman.
Welaka as a full time member of lie and county is protected. Beach 78, and Hilda Gehle and doing public relations work in con-. all of Belle Glade; Ted Smith of
the staff' during the three camp Principal objection to Mildred Cedar both of Pompano- nection with the Cape Coral DI-I Ft. Myers, and Biliie Howard of
sessions of two weeks each. (Continued on page with 79$. vision. P hokee.i .

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the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without

Interruption Every Week for, ,More Than 30 Years HAVE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT NOW? WANT TO BUY, BUT LACK CASH? =1=

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday If you've located the home you want and you In a surprisingly short length of time, you :t
have your down payment, you're ready to see too can have your down payment. Here's how '
Subscription.Prjce $2.00 Year In Advance us about a low cost home loan. -open a savings account here right away.

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn This is the place to come because we Save as much as you can regularly. =1=
specialize in loans to buy homes. We know We also add a big dividend to your account
Canal Point ; Second Class Matter
Florida as just what to do to see that your loan is quickly regularly so your savings will grow even I

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher processed and how to arrange easiest terms.EVERGLADES. faster. Accounts may be opened by mail.

Mrs.: Hunt Will Sell Hurricane Info FEDERAL | -

Cape Coral LandThe
Savings And Loan Association |
To Be AvailableCongressman I

developers of planned 40 S. W. AVENUE "B" BELLE GLADE PHONE WY6-SS067 XH 1 1t

communities has awarded a franc Paul Rogers has I
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chise to Hunt Real Estate to sell been assured by the U. S. Weather

land in Cape Coral. Bureau and the Army Corps of I --

The Gulf American has been Engineers, that both Federal agen- Mrs. Andy Cummins, who was Mrs. C. M. Todd, this weekend, and
Youth Plan
selling in this planned city since cies have taken all steps necessaryto Camp I transferred from Everglades Me will be accompanied home by their

1958. Cape Coral is one of the com protect life and property in the morial Hospital, Monday night, to little daughter, Melanie, who has

pletely planned communities of event ,of a hurricane strike duringthe Hungryland Slough St. Mary's in West Palm Beach 1? I been the house guest of her grand-

waterfront and water view sites in current season. I II improving satisfactorily. parents for two weeks.

the United States. had the "
Rogers requested Mrs. Duncan Padgett execuliv3 James Veal Larry Livingston
Located just across the Caloosa- Weather Bureau and the Engineersto TALLAHASSEE The leasing
secretary of the Pahokee Cham- and Lester Williams went to Nas-
hatchee River from Fort Myers and report to him on their preparedness. of two sections of land to the Youth
bounded on two sides by this river. Conservation Camp of South Florida ber of Commerce and Mrs. K. J. sau last weekend, to visit James

With a planned program of con-, "The Weather Bureau reported Inc., a non-profit group was Schroder attended the breakfastheld father. W. N. Veal.

tinuing improvement requiring the they will again have the support of approved by the Game and Fresh by the Belle Glade Chamberof
I Mr. and Mrs. Batchelorand
Water Fish Commission at Tallahassee Harvey
investments of hundreds of thous the hurricane reconnaissance Commerce at the Belle Glade
Mrs. Frank Tillis returned to
ands of dollars the value of the squadrons of the Air Force and June 22. Civic Building Tuesday morning.Mr. .
their homes Wednesday after a
The 99-year lease of 1,280 acres
land value have been tripled
Navy, as well as ship and island of land in the Hungryland Slough and Mrs. Basil Todd of Plant week's visit in Augusta and other

three years of development.The stations and the meteorological area of the Commission-owned J. City will visit his parents Mr. and parts of Georgia, with relatives. '
city has a shopping center satellite for early detection and
W. Corbett Wildlife ManagementArea
developed by eleven home .owners of storms said.
tracking Rogers
in A in Palm Beach County is for t I't it7 !:?ra:;?? fy !!??*s?? i
with many stores operation. i"The Bureau's coastal radar network J
the of
purpose constructing a
yacht and racquet club costing overa which was completed last Youth Conservation Camp.

million dollars is being erected. year, is in readiness and will be Development of the is to
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supplemented by military radar be financed by public subscriptionsand Monday Cattle l Sales

Lydie Sue :Brooks, To f installations in the Bahamas and donations of material and ,

the mainland. labor. As presently visualized the
Wed J. C. RutherfordMr.
"The Bureau indicated that the camp will have an estimated valu- Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Marketwhich

and Mrs. John Edwards Florida Defense Network (FM) ation of over $100,000.00 when is owned and operated by more than 120
which was used very successfullyin completed acording to construc-
Brooks of Pahokee announce the Florida Cattlemen.
,communicating warnings to the tion plans advanced by the group. I
engagement and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter Miss Lydie public in Hurricane 'D South Florida the
in are
Sue Brooks to Jerry Rutherford, again be available through the Florida generous Wild opment Life Conservation League of at this Market. We make an effort at all times to givean 1

son of the late James C. Ruther- cooperation of this net- West Palm Beach the Florida outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us
Okeechobee. Broadcasters. Through
ford of Wildlife Federation, the Florida trial.
The couple have set the date of work, the National Hurricane Cen-
Outdoor Writers Association, cir-
their wedding for Friday, July G, at t ter at Miami can broadcast directly cles of the Florida Federation of t : : :- :-: :- -H-* r

7:00 p. m. at the Nazarene Churchin 1 to the public virtually everywhere Garden Clubs and similar organi- 1-

Pahokee. Rev. Max Jones pastor in Florida." zations, it was stated. SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.

will officiate. The U. S. Army Corps of En- Purpose of the camp will be to 1

Miss Brooks has chosen Miss gineers reported to Congressman train the youth of Florida in the

Doris Wagnon to be her maid' .ot Rogers that they are in a state of wise conservation of natural resources Glades LivetockMark et

honor and,.only attendant. readiness for any emergency, including according to A. D. Ald-
John ,Edwards Brooks.wi Uk\\v8., preparation for foods, and rich, Commission director.Personal .

his daughter in inarriage.JBUyt, | ,R. ;are .continuing their liaison\ and ASSOCIATIONOn 1

Mosley will serve as best.n anjandushers ,coordination with all other Federal Pahokee-Belle Glade..Boad

wilt be K. B. Wagnon.' 'and '.and.State- agencies. ItemsMr. I Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, ,MangerATTENTION
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School, served four; years in.tefe, 'A son, James Michael, born are visiting his parents Mr. and _,. h_ _ _
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spent in Greenland, and a bib servd iam" Thomas of 'Pahokee.Mr MEN

a short the':Marine"'Re;;" .- and Mrs. Ray Mancel Waddell Mrs. Dorothy Stanley spent a ; ., ,

:serve. ; Pahokee; announce the birth week, recently, with 'her mother, (
The reception following:the cere* :of a son Ray Mancel, Jr. on June 6.1 Mrsr. Ella Crippen at Dania.

many will'be in the Naiarene p U* "Mr. and,Mrs. Ray Murriel
Mrs.. Maxwell l
Mr. and Clarence
aonage. No invitations area being mon of Pahokee announce the birth Heavy Equipment
will leave Monday to visit their S nand
issued locally, but all friends at the of a son Ray: Murriel. Jr., on June -
couple are invited to both'the'wade ::8. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs
Dale Maxwell in Lowell and other ,
ding and reception. Mr. and Mrs. John A- Logan of Operator: t :
relatives. in Tallahassee and Chip-;
'*- r rMr. Pahokee, announce the birth of a

and Mrs. Edgar Wilder..xtwin daughter, Dora Yvonne on June ley. I BULLDOZER -:- GRADER -:- CLAMSHELL.

daughters:have gone.tytjfts 10. Mrs. Robert Fisher and daughter ,POWER, ,SHOVEL, : -:- AND OTHERS
dersonville N. C. to spend the a i m- Mr. and Mrs. Howard 'Frederick Linda, are visiting her parents..
mer with her mother, Mrs Ed Cantrell of Canal Point, announcethe Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Underwood in COMPLETE TRAINING PROGRAM INCLUDING

Bennett.Mrs. I birth of a 7 lb., daughter Tina I Miami for several weeks. i ACTUAL EXPERIENCE ON HEAVXTGQtnPMENT
Louise, on June 8. Mr. and Mrs.
For Immediate Information ,
B. Elliott Sr., who wa'. Osceola Upthegrove are the ma- Mrs. L. K. Batchelor and child-
transferred last week from the ternal grandparents. ren of West Palm Beach were recent Fill Out Coupon And Mall Today"f 1 I

Okeechobee hospital to Gdodr.Samaritan Mr, and.Mrs.Thomas"M. Stanley guests of her husband's par-
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Hospital in Wes tpafrn (Betty Jean' ,'White) announce- PREVIOUSEXPERIENCE UNIVERSAL TRAINING; SERVICE !
Beach has recovered from' the attack ;' birth of a 6 Ib., 3 oz., son, Thomas vts
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and Mrs., M..J. .Sapp and .
of bronchitis and was discharged M. Stanley, Jr. on June 26. Mrs. "NEEDED' f' < I
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on and Qualify for the Canal Point Flafrldahigh
.. are touringk1orida, this week ,
paternal grandmother, and Mrs. ', ..:
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visiting various points of
"Mrs. R.-B, Mackey'and daughter, Hattie White of Clewiston Is the. .available in the Name __ ._, Age'--"

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:where he is engaged in "the pro- Alton Jones Is visiting relativesin guests last weekend, of Mr. and :Building'Roads, City : State.r-J- -_-.- -..J

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, Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday June 29, 1962

I PERSONAL NEWS NOTESMr. I I I Miss Be Married Jill McIlwain SundayFinal

. plans have been announcedfor
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\ and Mrs. D. M. Hillier left Mrs. R. C. Ackerly of Miami Mary
riet (Jill) Mcllwain and
this week to tour the New England visited her brother and sister-in- SheppardM.
. Pitts. Jr., of Belle Glade which
States and visit relatives in Ever- law Mr. and Mrs. George C. McEI- ,
will take place at the First Metho-
ett, Mass. henny, last weekend and attended'
dist Church in Pahokee, Sunday,
Mrs. W. M. DuBose has gone to the Hatton-McElhenny wedding on
July 1, at 4 p. m. Rev. Robert A.
visit her husband's mother Mrs. Friday.
. 4' Shelley, pastor of the Canal Point
Mary DuBose in Columbus, Ga. 44
Mrs. Karen Willis of Port Char- Methodist Church, will perform the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Turner .
lotte will arrive today to spend the 1L' I double ring ceremony.For .
and two sons of :Miami, were recent -
weekend with her grandmother,: her attendants Miss McEl-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
Mrs. J. D. Hooks. wain ha.s chosen her brother's wife,
Durrance.Mr. .
I I Mrs. Chandler Mcllwain, as ma-
and Mrs. Dan Padgett, son Mrs. L. W. Armstrong drove to:
tron of honor; Mi ses Shirley Cul-
Gordon, and daughter, Nancy, of Miami
Saturday, accompanied by
t|berson Cyndy Friend, Shirley Kin-
Hamilton Ohio, arrived yesterdayand Mrs. Helen
Murray, who returnedto
caid I and Wynette Sheffield as
are the house guests of Mr. and her ho me there. Mrs. Murrayhad
I bridesmaids. Six cousins of the
Mrs. J. H. Wilson, while they visit been the house guest of Dr bride-elect
will be junior bridesmaids -
other friends and relatives here. and Mrs.
Armstrong for seveialweeks.
Cathy Murdock of Mel-
Mr. and Mrs. William Casto and _
bourne: Karen Murdock. Orlando;
children plan to leave this weekend "1 > _
: --;: Donna Shields, Scotty Shields and
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harringtontook
to spend their vacation with

his relatives in Leon, W. Va.. and thier daughter Nancy, to 1\,1 \ Nancy Murdock Wauchula, and
xJ' = Diana Wood of Moore Haven.
Leesburg. Monday, where she is
her relatives in West Milford, W.
spending the week at the Methodist r 71 :1r. \ Ronald Marlowe of Belle Glade

Va.Miss Youth Camp.Mr. will serve as best man. Ushers will
Joyce Spencer of Orlandowas :
be Chandler McIlwain of Ft. Lauderdale -

the weekend guest of her par- and Mrs. T. W. Mills of Bryant brother of the bride-elect;
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spenc r.
arrived home last Saturdayafter I Charles Hickmon, Raymond Williams -
Mrs. Elsie M. Scruggs returnedto
a two week vacation trip to and Jess Thomas all of Belle
her duties as postal clerk at Alabama.Mr. Glade.

Bryant, this week, after an absence -
Nuptial music will be presentedby
of several months because of end Mrs. Mitchell Kirk will
R. O. Lampi, vocalist, and :Miss
injuries received in an automobile leave Saturday to visit relativesin

accident.Mr. I Talladega, Alabama. :.Afgill i;t t.Wf if.lJl'I:3: : i ii Myra Jones, organist.The .
reception following the ceremony -
and Mrs. Claude Shirley, S:'..
Mrs. R. D. Durrance attended i MR. AND MRS. JERRY THOMAS RUSHING will be held in the social hall
and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shirley, -
'the Church of God camp meeting '" of the church. No formal invita-
Jr. and family, spent last weekend
at Riviera Beach. : Wimauma several days last I Evelyn Ann Stacy Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Bleech left tions are being issued locally, but

week. Sunday for several weeks vacationto all friends of the couple are invit-
Mrs. Gertie Williams who is
Weds Jerry Rushing: be spent at Little Switzerland, ed to attend both the wedding and
living in Lantana, spent last week- Mrs. W. S. Evans accompaniedby North Carolina. the reception.
end at her home here East Main
on her house guests have returnedto The First Independent Mission-

Street. her home at Cypress Lodge after ary Baptist Church of Chosen was

several days visit with relatives in the setting on Sunday June 17, for
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Melrose, Florida.Mr. the wedding of Miss Evelyn Ann
Stacy, daughter of :Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Classified Ads and Mrs. W. G. Hull were recent -i
visitors in Orlando. D. Stacy of Bryant and Jerry

Thomas Rushing, son of Mr. and

Donald Mrs. George Rushing of Pahokee. s TRAILWAYS1GETS
SUGAlt BOOM is sure to hit. If Mrs. B. Kepp, Mrs. Sadie

have two for Barwick and Jon Mock were the The double-ring ceremony was ....................................
you a spare room or
of Mrs. performed by the Elder E. L.Johns: I
rent, why not place an ad in this Sunday guests Kepp's son
Jasper Reed, in :Miami. I j pastor of the church, before an
column and watch results. A phone TO I
altar flanked by arrangements of
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call and $1.00 will get the job done. Mr. and Mrs. Donald of I
I white gladioli and pompons in cathedral -

, ROOMS ARE NEEDED almost a Canal Point visited Mrs. Letha B. baskets against a back- YORK' I

daily. If advertise in this Kepp who is.a patient at the Pal- : ground of palms and fern. Family ):. NEW
metto Clinic in Wauchula Tuesday.Mrs. i marked with love-
; pews
classified column, folks will know
knots of white satin ribbon.
where to find that spare room. C. B. Jones has returned to FASTER
Mrs. E. L. Johns f
Send $1.00 and copy for your ad to her home after being,the guest of pianist playedthe ,

The Everglades News, Canal Point,I her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. traditional wedding 'marches .;
and Miss Betty Johnson, vocalist, ;
Fla. Charles Jones in Clewiston for f-4
I I several days. sang "0 Promise Me" and "Whither V : .

FOR SALE: New and used Willys Thou Goest".

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mullis returned The bride, given in marriage by :

Belle Glade Phone 3058. Tuesday from a visit in her father, was lovely in a floor I II

Got 17-54-ch. Tallahassee and Montgomery, Alabama length gown of white nylon lace

and Shreveport, La. over taffeta, featuring a sweet q
Fifteen Dollars I I heart neckline with princess style I hfc I.
S. A. Nail of is the '
That Is all you need to have a new Leesburg bodice and long sleeves ending in I a>' 1
of Mrs. Nail for several
home built on your lot. For further! guest daysin lily points over her hands. Her veil
Canal Point. !
details call HUNT REAL ESTATEat of silk illusion was attached to a Ride our
924-7933 in Pahokee. M25tt Mr. and Mrs. Leo, Maxwell are crown studded with seed pearls thru expresses dover I
spending two 'weeks at Safety and tiny roses. Her nosegay bou-

HOMES FOR SALE Harbor. quet was of white roses centered our NEW :

with a white cattleya orchid. j'i

Will build homes with no down Mrs. Robert Shelley and daughter. Miss Lana Frierson of West East Florida 'I

payment- for families who own Lisa, left' Monday for several Palm Beach, maid of honor, wore a <<4} route /
lot, or can buy a lot. Paymentsas weeks visit with her parents in white waltz length crepe embroid- I

low as $50.00 a month. Write Saltville Virginia. ered in lavender with matching Our new route along the I

Lacy Brame, U. S. Homes Rep- headpiece and carried a nosegayof eastern coastline cuta hours

resentative, P. O. Box 218, Pa- pink carnations. r f off our Miami to New York

latka, Florida. George Rushing, brother of the r' trips. We travel new super- 'I
groom, served as best man. Ushers highways. Airconditioning. -

FOR RENT: Rooms, Light House- were Cecil Rushing, brother of ---. Reclining seats. Rest-
keeping, Lucky Star Dude Ranch ;<:<> Ys; y.x / rooms. Viflta-view win-
I lt4 groom, and Wayne Stacy, brotherof : ;fs:5:
4ua .
,Phone 9249480. J 29-4tp. the_bride. dows. .,.

For her daughter's wedding. -.,... -,.

,"'" ......_ .. -- _ .__ '__ _T __ .. Mrs. chose taf- ..' -
7Y7 ir"\nr\m\wf\mrim\imnr\ivrvarraurn-rrTmf\m\mr* "wf mi Hi! Stacy chiffon over -;.-!

: feta in romance blue with white
: rh
: : .1 accessories. The mother of the

WANTED groom wore an embroidered beige

. sheath with beige accessories. Both

' Mrs. Stacy and Mrs. Rushing wore

FOR PRE-HARVEST WORK pink carnation corsages.The .
easiest travel on earthJACKSONVILLE
parents of the bride held a
IN reception in the social hall of the
NEW YORK $36.90 $ 7.70
church immediately following the The only Thru serviceWASHINGTON 4 Thru trips dally

SUGAR CANE AND OR ceremony. The bride's table was

laid with a cloth of lace over pink $29.55 ORLANDO $ 3.75

VEGETABLESGOOD satin and centered with an ar- Th only Thru service (plus Uz) 4 Thru trips dally (plus Ux)

rangement of pink hibiscus and
I fern. Appointments were of crystaL -

: WAGES STEADY WORK Miss Linda Livingston served Canal Point Sport Shop
portions of the cake Miss
wedding ;
Philip Maxson, Agent Phone 9247787TRAILWAYS
Janette Harrington presided at the
punch bowl and Miss Benita Johns i

was in charge of the bride's book.

Following a honeymoon on the

west coast of Florida the bride-

; Florida State Employment Service groom will report for duty, July

i 2, to Fort Hood, Texas where he is
stationed with the US Army. Mrs.
41 Southeast Avenue D
+ I Rushing will temporarily make her

home with her parents at Brant.
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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal.Point,Florida Friday, June,29. 962 I

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r '" Five Rainbow Girrls Katherine Young i

At Grand AssemblyA Has .Rainbow HonorMiss t

News Of The Churches ,
II'[ delegation of five Rainbow Katherine Young, daughterof
Girls from the Pahokee Chapter Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Young of

attneded the Grand Assembly at Canal Point was elected Grand
Miami Beach for four days, last Faith, of the Grand Order of Rainbow 1
week. Girls in the group were Tanya at the Grand Assembly in Mi- :
:First Metfe>.diJL_ ,The.Church 0f God Canal Point.r. ., .w..s First ,Zane Lance, Annelle Nix, Velma ami Beach, last week. :Miss Young ,

Church, PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Baptist ChurchElder Williams, Sharor Watson and Peg- was installed Wednesday nightat
Point Road I gy Turner. Accompanied by Mrs. the Miami Beach Auditorium

T. C. O'Steen R. E. Barfield Marie' Hughes, mother advisor of where the Grand Assembly was t
SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor SUNDAY: the Pahokee Assembly and :Mrs. held. Grand Faith is one of the
9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. .-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday; School I Lucille "Williams, they stayed at top five offices of the Order of
Service 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship the Delano Hotel.CIAASSIFIED. Rainbow\> in the State and is the
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.Preaching .
6:45 p. m. MYF 7:45 p. Evangelistic ,Service 7:00 p. .-B. T. C, -- first time that a member of the
8:00 ADS PAY Pahokee Chapter has held a Grind::
7:45 p.,m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. p.
TUESDAY. : ,8:00 p. m. Thu y-W.M.B., WEDNESDAY;, BIG DIVIDENDS office.

7:00 p. m-: Vesper I Choir' prac- Everyone! welcome. ''Special music 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer '.:.. -' -.-. .-.-.-. . ._
ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. Service, : ... : : : : c rr.------t .. -'.'.. .-X-++.:. t.-'.-rrr
... 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: I
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7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions Of God 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary
i Church
: 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice Meeting. I Canal Point Sport Shop
: Barf ie d Highway -- I

Pahokee, Fla Misses Amy Young, Gale Sears,
Canal Joint J. W. Hughes, Minister Heather Reed, Connie Singletaryand
Baptist ChurchRev. Phone 924-3736 Joy Sims have returned from Fishing Tackle . Hunting Goods i

SUNDAY: Gainesville where they took a short

Charles D. Stewart, Pastor 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School course in journalism at the University Fishing* License Hunting License x

SUNDAY: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship of Florida, last week in prep-

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 p. m.-Evangelistic Ser- aration for their work as membersof oH-2 g ..2 jM{_ ;.+2Mg Ho+H-+-I+H-I-I+I< :-:-:+I- ': I II I i
viceTUESDAY the Pahokee High School 19C2-83
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
6:30 p. m.Training Union : yearbook staff. WATCH REPAIRING
7:30 p. -Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ Edythe Smith, Canal Point
ServiceChristian post master, is home after :1: Effective July 2nd I will be in the store full time to give '10i -
-- ing two weeks in the spend-I i you quick service-PHILIP MAXSON :i:
The Pahokee ChurchOf Science Memorial hospital where
derwent surgery. She Is getting 1+ t
The NazareneRev.
Group Of Canal PointHow along excellently\ and has already
paid a visit to the post office. 1 3 Trailways And Greyhound Ticket Agent .
Max D Jones, Pastor -
the Christ, Truth, brings
433 Bacom Point Rd.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hurt
accom-I I
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 freedom from sickness and sin will
panied their daughter Miss Alice I
SUNDAY SERVICES: be brought out at Christian Science Elaine Hurt to Miami last Sat- I I $ PHILIP MAXSON
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School church services this Sunday. I *
urday, where she enrolled in 'f

11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship Scriptural readings in the Les College of Medical Technol06y.j I:'.**-..-..-..-..-..-..........-..-..-..-..-......-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-'.-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-.....-...1.
6:30 p. m.-Juniors
son-Sermon entitled "ChristianScience"
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening
will contain this verse
Evangelistic Service
from Jeremiah (17): "Heal me, O
Lord, and I shall be healed; save '
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer rjSr-
meeting me, and I shall" be saved: for thou Jrydhts
art my praise.
"Where you are a stranger but '
A correlative citation to be r-"..dom

once.- f)- "Science and Health with ron.youracery311. ; I

Key to the Scriptures" by Mary for n
St. Peter's Lutheran Baker Eddy states (p. 142): "Truthis
God's remedy for error of every
Church Belle Glade
.._..... kind, and Trathdestroys only what } (
:T' is untrue Hence the fact that, to-
August Koerber, Pastor day, as yesterday, Christ casts out
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade "
evils and heals the sick.

Divine Services 11 A. M. In Honor Of ; : .:;
School 9:45 A. M. Party i ,t 11

Miss Jill Mcllwain
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St. Mary's Catholic ,. j : r
ChurchFather The home of Mrs. Lewis' Friend < t4.L .;$

in.Pahokee, was the scene Tuesday e. ::',
afternoon, of party honoring Miss < ; :
Francis Fennech, Pastor Mary Harriet (Jill) McIlwain, ;; 4 I
Sunday :Mass 11:30 a. m. bride-elect of Sheppard H. Pitts, :
Confessions before Mass Jr. whose wedding will be a social ,

event of the .area on Sunday.A I
The. Methodist Church motiff of yellow and white .' :'"
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was used in the decorations and ''' :ri :
Canal Point, FloridaRobert flowers. The refreshment table; I" -

was laid with a cloth of green lin- :. Pe1t-' -e i q J1 ;, ::
A. Shelley, Pastor en and centered with an arrange- ,5 :- _____
SUNDAY: ment of yellow and white, gladioli. I

10:00 a. m.-Church School Tasty dips and crackers were serv .,..., ,--.... 114 '.- '
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship ed. A bouquet yellow and white .,,'" '\
6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship carnations was used to decoratethe '

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship piano. (1 ,
MONDAY. : : A hostess gift of china and a r i: t4 T
3:15 m.-Youth Choir white'carnation -.
p. practice corsage was presented < i _
TUESDAY: to the honoree. Corsages '' ,

8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st of yellow rosebuds. were .presented .< ".'' ,
Tuesday2nd to.-Mrs 'E. :Ff Mcllwain, ; '.
MONDAY:. .; mother of the bride elect, and Co
7:30 p. .-Esther. Class meeting Mrs. S. H.Pitts, Sr.,'mother of the ,:

WEDNESDAY: groom-elect. ';
7:30 p. m.-Prayer :Meeting Hostesses with Mrs.. Friend'were f' ,
-- Mrs. 1... L. Shirley, ':Miss Cyndy

First Baptist Friend. Mrs. J. T. Platt, Miss Judy i-
Platt and Mrs. Dave Cunningham.
Church, PahokeeGuthrie ---


W. Colvard, Minister Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgett ME ** s& 9, % gis 'Y.9J.tiIrfSNlr.elyam. J c ,:
Sunday School-9:45 a. m. attended the reception at the Boca

MorningVorshiplloo a. m. Raton Cabana Club, Thursday .
Training Union-6:45 p. m. .evening, honoring Kenneth R, Now Pepsi halfquartssavemoneyserve'3more
Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. Williams, president of Florida At-

Wednesday Prayer Service lantic University. Mayor Padgett '
7:30 p. m. attended officially as the repre-

A warm welcome to all. sentative ,t>t the City of Pahokee, ,
and Mrs. Padgett as secretary 01 it-best quality buy in town! .Think
Here's the biggest refreshment. : value in town! Save with
:Holy Nativity the Pahopcee Chamber of Com ef It-3lenings frem-verynew Pepsi Half-Quart! Enjoy meals with it-1 or 2 bottles serve II
merce. the entire family! Party with it-get 18 servings from one handy carton! Shop easy with it!
Episcopal ChurchPahokee .- Mow it's Ptpi...for those who think youog


Miss Jann Plumer
Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar Miss Betty Mankin of Marietta Palm Beach Bottling Works .
*SUNDAY: Ohio, who has been her house guest

10 a. m.-Sunday School the past month, will leave Satur-

11:00.a. m.-Worship Service day for a vacation in Ohio. .....:. '"',' ..,.. -- .. ,West' Palm Beach, Fla. .' -J.*"'; $ .
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Dinner Held I
Nassau Is Scene I and Mrs. George A. Scruggs Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins had and Mrs..W. T. Roberts and
I For NewlywedsMiss I of Ft. Walton Beach who have I i as their guests, last weekend, their children will arrive from Chicago,
For Hatton .been the guests of his parents, Mr. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and today, to make their home at the
Peggy Ann McElhenny and 1 I and Mrs. S. S. Scruggs, Sr., at I f II Mrs. Gary Shelby, and daughterof Methodist parsonage during July.
Robert Thor Hatton whose mar- Runyon, were accompanied to I! West Palm Beach; Mrs. Thomas Rev. Roberts and Rev. T. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thor Hat- Jacksonville Friday? by his grand-!I I Shelby of Norfolk. Va., and Mr. and O'Steen, pastor of the Pahokee
ton are honeymooning, this week, riage took place last Friday afternoon mother, Mrs. Susie Williams. From 1 I I!Mrs. W. C. Murphy and two daughters : Methodist Church, have exchanged
at the British Colonial Hotel in June 22, at the First Baptist Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Scruggs I,, of Sandersville, Ga. pulpits for a month.

Nassau, following a wedding cere- Church in Pahokee, were honor.,drove to Waldo where they spent ----
mony, last Friday June 22, at the guests, Thursday evening, at a.i the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.II'II'i I I-rrr."T"T.- . . . : ;. . . . .-".--..--..--..--.. .' ..... .. .. .-.
First"Baptist Church in Pahokee.. dinner party following the wedding, Calvin Padgett and family.
Mrs. Hatton is the former Peggy I rehearsal.Mr. .. 4 iTHEATRESPRINCE
Ann McElhenny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George C. McEl SALERNO VACATION
and Mrs. George Coleman McEI- henny, parents of the bride, were Warrant Officer and Mrs. Le-
henny, Sr., of Pahokee. The bridge- hosts to the bridal party. They land L. Hughes of Ft. Hood, Texas, LAKE DRIVE-IN
groom is the son of Robert C. Hat- were assisted by Mrs. Ernest Max- returned to Bryant, Saturday,
ton of Pahokee and Mrs. Ruth from a visit to his sister Miss Kay Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
well.The I
Hatton of Ft. Pierce. table was laid with a lace Hughes in Orlando. This week
Rev. Guthrie Colvard, pastor cloth over pink and centered withan Warrant Officer and Mrs. Hughes 2 DIG FEATURES

performed the double ring ceremony arrangement of tiny orchids joined his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. SUNDAY MONDAY -TUESDAY
before an altar decorated and white pompons featuring a P. Hughes at Salerno where theyare SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY JULY 1-2-S
with tall baskets of white gladioliand miniature bride and groom. vacationing.
mums against a backgroundof Guests, in addition to the hon- .... JULY 1-2-3 "The Errand Boy"JERRY
palms. The family pews were orees, were Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie GO TO ZELLWOODC. "ALL FALL DOWN
marked with bows of white satin Colvard, the Misses Kathy Wilson, W. Animons of Canal Point
ribbon.Dr. Alice Hurt, Tina Maxwell, Carol accompanied his daughter, Mrs.
R. Lester Hatton, soloist, Mae Hatton and Myra Jones; Mrs. Billy Ray Evans and two childrenof EVA MARIE SAINTVARREN BRIAN DONLEVY
sang "0, Perfect Love" and "The I Penny Sasser Clark, Dr. R. Lester Belle Glade, to Zellwood, where BEATTY AND KARL --ALSO-
Wedding Prayer" accompanied by Hatton, Ray Hatton, Roger Hat- she joined her husband. Mr. Am-
"Mister Rock & Roll"
Miss Alice Elaine Hurt, organist, ton, George McElhenny, Jr., Johnny mons went on to Leesburg to visit .MALDEN

ding who marches.played the traditional wed-. Smith and James Bryant. I his brother, Dewey Ammons. I. IIIII I 11111 11 t 1 Jill III I I I'' 111111111... 11 1II1III11

The bridge, given in marriage by
her father, wore a gown of em-
broidered nylon over silk taffeta T
with full ballerina-length skirt and
fitted bodice, fashioned with short

sleeves with ertip irridescent veil and of square silk sequins.illusion neckline Her was edged fing-attached FORIQ)@ 'JLi RDS

to a crown of pearls and she .
carried a white Bible topped witha }
cascade arrangement of white ;
carnations and white satin stream- '

ers.Miss Kathy Wilson, maid of hon- A'7.{ :', : : :;;; (f.

or, and the bridesmaids, :Miss Carol WE:,
Mae Hatton, sister of the bride- I :::
groom, Miss Myra Jones and Mrs.
Penny Sasser Clark wore identical .
of orchid taffeta over net

front with ,shirred dipping round into a neckline V-point at at the the { 0 : : I

back. The bell-type skirt, gatheredat HOF'vTHEY'RE @0,
the side, featured a large rose
macthing material at the waistline. .
A shoulder length veil fell from a ..
shirred crown of matching mater

Roger Hatton, brother of the

George C. McElhenny, Jr., brotherof v
the bride; Ray Hatton, cousinof

Smith.A the. bridegroom, and Johnny r SO GET THE BEST BUY OF THE YEAR AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S

reception was held in the social -

following hall of the table the was laid immediately The with refreshment an-I SU- M J .i" ffi5 _a._ :'''\'-:I .. 'A LJ.t :--.IE !I

imported cloth of embroideredlinen V ; L : L ..::.l6.
and centered with an arrangement ; } a' ll:;:' \. .. ;
of orchids and fern. .. v. V J
Those assisting were Mrs. Ernest
Maxwell, Mrs. James H. Wilson, \

Mrs.Miss Ellis Yvonne Hall Thompson, Miss Tina, Miss Maxwell Alice, ,.R .. GENEROUS FINANCE TERMS I DON'T PAY A CENT FOR 6 WEEKS I WE'LL EVEN GIVE YOUr .

Joy Wilson, Miss Olga Sheffield. f : ::1t." UP TO $300 IN CASH IF YOUR PRESENT CAR HAS A,HIGH ENOUGH TRADE-IN VALUE % ;tgt.t. ; .
Miss Brenda Kaye Unwin and Mrs. :-: -- f r"-1..t .... r,
."' .
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R.. C. Ackerly of Miami. '
The bride and groom are both i '
'graduates of Pahokee High School. i :r -
; } '
She attended Palm Beach Junior .,' ;. ::' .. ,,\.,.. V..V
College and is presently employedby : : V ; =!=
Hatton Bros., Inc. Mr. nation- i. .
file &zN
is engaged in farming in the Glades ,:. 1
their wedding trip ....
area. Following -
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the couple will be at home at 2271A .. .
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Bacom Point Road, Pahokee. .- _. if" i, tf. .:. .
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posal centered around the fact that .
moving the road westward would -,-
take away a scenic drive and destroy :
a tourist attraction. Objectors u.

feared private interests would ;;; P
; 1
build along the beach and cut off % inn a ; :
the ocean view entirely as has been
V I .
the in so other of V '
case many areas .
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Florida coastal section. -
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The objectors did agree that if ... WM1 ores r9t* .
WUUOt/SW OH nCTMU-WMMd: bra*4 ws tftml*ttki a*
access to the beach was protectedin JI tAli tOd

; NOW!
fault in lowering and relocatingthe VANS jj! SAVE -

would The be commission done until another said nothing public : YOUR PRESENTER DOESNT HAVE TO BE PAID FOR TO TRADE AT :

meeting was held. AS.

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HOME FROM CAROLINAMr. : : '" Pahokee Motor Company .

and Mrs. Lewis E. Walker Phone.924-7126 Pahokee, Florida .
and daughter. Janet have returned
from a vacation spent in Asheville, 0
N. c., and at The Anchorage on I

.singer Island. -
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