The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 1, 1965
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )


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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Paul llariliifc Retires .\ ,

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; k:1 1 1i Statement Is Put Resumes The Active Resolution IadeI'I j j

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I Into County Board Canal Point ;PaperAfter By The Commission j jI

Records On MondayBelow almost exclusively devoting the to past the affairs 20 years of I $ din ;

county'government,as a member of
Is a statement outgoing i the Palm Beach county commls- JRtan 1.l action at Monday's .j
i County Commissioner Paul Rardin I don, Paul Rardin on Tuesday of cod\ ly commission; meeting, the
1d put Into the records of the county this week was back in harness as board unanimously Adopted a resolution d
I commission at Monday's official an active working newspaper man complimenting outgoing
hdA : county board meeting: and was to be found at his desk in missioner Paul Rardin for his
I "Today brings to a close 20 The Everglades News office in the 20 years of service The Resolution
I years of service on the county commission Rardin Building in Canal Point rend as follows:
and tWQ other years that Rardln has been owner-publisher of Whereas, Honorable Paul Rar _
I served as state representative of the paper for 30 year. din, by election of the voters of I
Palm Beach County. During nearlya Rardln's retirement from Palm Palm Beach County became "a
s quarter of a century it has beena Beach county politics brought around County Commissioner on January \
genuine pleasure to serve the of festivities which were 1, 1043,. and his term expires oa j
people of Palm Beach County And, highly appreciated by him and January, IMS, and j
it has also been a pleasure to work Mrs. Rardin. Only a few days ago Whereas, Mr. Rardin during the ;
with other commissioners and department the county board declared "Paul twenty years that he has been a
heads under the dlrec.I Rardln Appreciation Day In Palm County Commissioner, has on several
tlon of the county commission. Beach County," and his friends occasions been elected by hla I
I I I'( Also, I have been happy with the and neighbors honored the retiring colleagues as Chairman of the 1Bjard
I I as< clatlons I have had with other commissioner and Mr*. Rardin at a of County Commissioners, )f.I
elective officials In thecourt, house. neighborhood dinner at the Community a| d during said period of,tlmo has
:?p I I Their cooperation baa been splen .I Building in Canal Point{;., bt si aggressive, -progressive" :l'I* h
I did.i Immediately fallowing-.the dinner 11 mesa .Id hs| efforts la playing..aa, 1 I
: i "I am especially happy with the the dedication of .Ta/il Rardti bYjttrtant part In the growth and
f association I have had with members Park" was held at th / site oSR713 i' df''cfopifcent of Palm Beach County .
of the Republican party on between Pahokse' and Belh I particularly: in the Evergl .
I our board since they came into the Glade where the county has bulla : t ties Area,
., nd by his Initiative, has been
majority two years ago. It was beautiful park with picnic shell
their majority vote that named me ers an4 barbecue pits with restrooms rt, ponsible for the establishment
vice chairman of the board for this .and many conveniences *is. of County administrative officesan
R year and I am particularly proudof ually found at an up-to-date park, < facilities In the Everglade
this honor."I The county commission named the Ar'a." which ha. added to the efflo
R a deeply appreciate the wide park after Commissioner Rardin lei cy economy and operation of
acclaim the people of the coun'.v with an appropriate resolution. Co inty government ,and has marie
have given me during the more The same day the dedication wa available to the citizens and residents
than 20 years I have had the pleasure 'held, employees at the Glades Ol of the area, governmental ''I
r and privilege of serving them. flee Building held "Open lloo.e"and services which have been of great ,
'k' I will always treasure the memoryof a reception honoring the commissioner value, and the services rendered by
the three unanimous votes which and his wife. Large him are deemed by member.of this
declared me chairman of the county crowds attended all three function Board to be noteworthy and an ex
I commission Z shall rememberwith which were held on Dec. 13. presalon in relation thereto to be
4 1 pride my service as secretary On Christmas Eve member. of appropriate, and should be made a
treasurer and aa president of the the road crew at the county barn matter of public record,
% State Association of County Com near the Glades Office Building Now, Therefore, be it resolved by
mlssioners and, too, I shall not presented Mr. RardIn with a handsome the Board of County Commissioners I
forget the five times I was nameda Rod and Reel. He expects to of Palm Beach County: Florida i t\
fin member of the roads and high. use it frequently during the coming 1ft regular session assembled on
ways committee of the National months.On his, the 28th day of December, A. :
Association of County Officials Monday of this week at the D. 1864, that the members of this .
t '
; "'It has been a distinct pleasure regular county commission) ,meet, Board do highly commend Mr. Paul .' 1
to serve the citizens of Palm Beach lag he was presented with a silver' RArdin for the long, faithful and
( County and especially the folks In service by Olades friend The efficient services rendered by him
the Fifth commissioner's district presentation was made by Former to the citizens of Palm Beach \
The fifth district of this county J.\ Pabokee Mayor O. B. McClure ant County, and do extend to him the
'r the largest commissioner's district Pahokee City Council President best wishes of his fellow members
y ll in Florida. In acreage it is larger Carmen Salvatore. The service was for his future happiness and welfare -
r than any one of 62 out of the 67 In the same pattern a* that of the .
counties in Florida and the population silver used in .the Rardin house Be It further resolved that this
1 r of the district I Is larger than hold. resolution be spread in full In the
anyone of 47 out of the 67 counties ... I minutes of this meeting and that a
In the state. CHRISTMAS IN COCOA signed, certified copy be present

18A" ., "To the folks in my home district I Mr. and Mrs. George Ramey Id to Mr. Rardin.ow./ ...
7,:j I shall ever be grateful for spent the Christmas holidays with
A n 4 1 the manner in which they have always their daughter and family, Mr. and BACK TO NEW JERSEY
received my candidacy for I ).(rt. Hugh Miller in Cocoa. Mrs. Staff Bgt and Mrs. John 8.Jesllch .
office. Not once through the year. Ramey plans to remain with her and sons have returned to
have they failed to recognize my i daughter until the end of this their home In Pmberton, N. J.,
sincere effort to serve them and week. after spending the Christmas boll.
the citizenry of the county at i .. day. with her parpents, Mr. and
larye. For this splendid showing I ),fr, and Mrs John D. Roger Mrs. Oceola Upthegrove. They'
of loyalty and confidence I am had as their recent guests hit wen accompanied home by her
i deeply grateful. For the incoming sister, ).(,... Nellie O'Rlordan of Ft dater, Mrs. Howard Cantrell, WDMlans
county commission I predict whole Pierce and her son Roger Wood of to spend two weeks as their

,i rw hearted cooperation among they,Nashville, Tenn.. .. veal________ _. ._ _______
members and wish each and everyone
of them a happy and pmlper.oou. Mr., and'MrL Doyle Branyon of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Watson and
Nrw Tear full of outstanding Melbourne spent, Christmas with baby of Atlanta, Oa.. were the hoi-
1 I accomplishments the taxpayers her pal'Ult.4t..'and Mrs. W. 8. !day guests of his parents, Mr. and
1 of Palm Beach County." Cross In Canal'Point lira R...'."}. L Watson. ,'



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Friday, January, 93J
Page_ Two The Everglades News, Caaal Point, Florida 33438 _

Mrs. Annie Mae Smith has returned
Whidden Adams In' to Decatur, G-.. where she
Around The GladesBy is superintendent cf dormitories at
I Agnes Scott College after a visit
( Paul Rardin) A New LocationI with her sister and family, Mr. and

Mrs. A. R. Harrington.Mr. .
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I Do you know dam Senter He is Attorney Thadd Whidden and and Mrs. Byron Reuthaln of
a Belle Glade vegetable farmer an1 Attorney Don Adams will move Little Rock, Ark., have been the
I broker. Sam does a lot of nice their law offices into the buildingat : of their son-in-law and

I i things for the community where 161 S.Lake Avenue formerly oc- guests daughter, Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Hat-
I he makes a living. A couple of cupied by Rashley Cleaners and be ton during the Christmas'holidays
years back he donated freely sev- open for business tomorrow (Saturday .

eral miles of right-of-way for Hat- ) morning. The two popular Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Williams have,
ton Highway. Recently he donatedthe lawyers will be associated together their guests, her father, OthanGilbert.
use of a Trallways Bus to the .in the same building but their association of Carrollton, Ga. and her
The Rardin Building: In Canal Point, FloridaTHE Patonettes Belle Glade twirling I will not constitute a part- brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
group-to make the trip to Coral nership. I
Otfian Gilbert Jr., of .
OF in
Gables to take part In the Junior Attorney Whidden has .
Orange Bowl Parade. Nice, don't law practice In Pahokee since 1931 -, .. .
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing you think? and for many years was attorneyfor ADS PAY
the City of Pahokee. Today he
the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region Without Empty bottles! The soft drink is attorney for East Beach Drain- BIO DIVIDENDS
Interruption Every Week for 40( Years kind. They are stacked up In front age District and mantalns office

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday i of a few grocery stores to the point in the Jones Building on Bacom
Subscription Price $2.00 Year'In AdvanceThe where you can't see the stores. Point Road in Pahokee.
Attorney Adams has been asso-
Everglades News la Entered at the Post OfficeIn Harlan Sears is busy these days ciated with Jones, Adams. Payne
Canal Point Florida Second Class Matter
as outstanding law 4
preparing his new store locationfor and Foster, an
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher moving his hardware stock firm In West Palm Beach, for two
within the next few days. Work- years. He is the son of Mr. and
men have been busy converting th3 Mrs. W. J. Adams of Carissa Drive
machine shop into a handsome new. and Is married to the former
Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting
hardware store location. Painters Miss Frances Wilson, daughter of
Of The Palm Beach have been busy and moving will Frank Wilson of Canal Point. Ha
: tart with the idea In mind that has a degree in engineering and ij
everything win be In its new loca- a member of the Florida Bar.
County Commission tion not later than February 1, Workmen have been busy for

. 1965. several days completely remodel-
ing the new office space for the
A schedule of, priority for Palm have been selected. His motion Corn and celery have been doing two attorneys and when completedit .iW..v II !oi'-\LII'y"I"\LII! 11ii',_ ,.:
Beach County's $50 million road died for lack of a second and then fairly well on the market this will be modern and air condi-
and bridge building program Is set the board went on to approve a week. Corn is bringing around tioned throughout.
for drafting prior to January 7 motion by Commissioner George $2.25 per crate and celery is notched R ,
when the board holds its annual re Warren calling for a priority meetIng up at 12.60. Growers say they I arrived at International PRINCE THEATRE
organization.The I but allowing planning and can live with these prices if they Larry Livingston
board arrived at a decision Ito right of way work to proceed asschedules. don't get any lower. I Airport In Miami from PAIIOKEE, FLA.
take a close look at the bond .. Dallas, Texas on Christmas Eve I
program projects since construc Lytal said the board should and spent the weekend with his I -
Labor parent, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton LivIngston 'SUNDAY MONDAY. TUESDAY
tion cost are soaringabove original establish a priority for the projects Shortages ,
and his sister, Linda, and
estimates. Commissioners face -proceeding with the jobs JANUARY J-4-5
the task of curtailing the planned that are most important to the Shown In Florida other relatives In the Canal Point '
He returned to Dallas "YOUNGBLOODHAWKE"
area. by Jet
program and establishing a priority most people. After making the selection -
schedule for projects which are re- Lytal said the public -- on Monday, December 28. His par-
ents met him at the and
tained. should
be informed as to which ORLANDO-Announcement that
Commissioner Lake Lytal asked jobs will be given priority treat. the U. S. Dept. of Labor plans to drove him back to Miami on Monday STARRING
for the review and priority schedule mm I launch a massive recruitment-d- accompanied by his grand- SUZANNE PLESJJETTE;
saying that no more work In other road activities mother, Mrs. Ben Rogers.
building fort to nil seasonal farm Jobs in JAMES FRANCISCUBmrtravrir4ffiatt
should be done until the priorities the board: Florida. California, Arizona an<1
Miss Lisa Lombard of Miami ii
Approved entering a condemnation Texas brought the prediction from
the guest of her Mr. I
suit for remaining parcels
a Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association -
needed. for the Monet Road project. spokesman that the drive and Mrs. J. H. Miller. I lP .l.I1l 1LI I I-\Lli! J W.\l.I\1I"\11'iY..l, !

would confirm the existence *>f
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Asked that the legal and rightof widespread labor shortages. ; .
way departments speed up rightof "We'll gladly accept any help >w

way condemnation proceedingson they want to give us, even thoughwe I
Military Trail don't expect much In the way of
Decided to give further studyto results," said W. H. Anderson. Jr.
I construction of a railroad crossIng manager of the FFVA Labor DI-
and safety gates over the Sea vision.
board tracks at Haverhlll Road. Anderson cited recent findings of
) The project: has been estimated td the Florida State employment Service HAppY
I cost some $46,000 and commissioners I that farm jobs are going begging ? '
believed the amount to be ex- I In most active farming and -
g cessive. Plans are being studied to I citrus areas, and pointed out that YEAR
4 move the rail and highway Junction I uiu.,;ndent efforts by farmers and = EW
to a point farther north wherea growers to recruit workers have ? .,,
single set of tracks would haveto yielded disappointing results. .(
i be crossed. At the original location He explained that he expectsthe
a double set of tracks fig- federal agency will try to talk
V ure in the plan. fanners into rat.ingwages even
County Commissioners Monday higher than now required by the
voted to !send Henry Lllienthal, labor agency's regulations.
Asst. County Attorney to a Chicago "They would like to claim that
: meeting January 15 where rep labor shortages could be overcome
resentatives from across the country with higher wages," Arderson
will attend a legal clinic concerning said, "But wages have climbed in
handling of noise abate every segment of our industry for
ment cases arising from airport several years and our shortages

operations.. .. .. continue to increase."
$eet/i8 Florida fruit and vegetable producers "",1-
Alice Hurt -To Wed who employ foreign workers ;
already; pay all workers in theft
,Donald C. ThompsonMr. hire a minimum of 93 cents an IfXTGlDJEWELRY OUR

hour. Sugar cans growers pay at
and Mrs. Richard Fallen least $1.13 per hour with the aver-

Hurt of 153 Banyan Ave., Pahokee age worker earning substantially WISH fOR flBOUDJIFUL

th&/ announce the engagement and ap- more levels.than these minimum wage ,

proaching marriage their daughter -
Anderson said that about 13,000
Alice Elaine to Donald Carroll workers .
foreign are now employed
O DAILY DOUBLE1st Thompson. throughout Florida agriculture on .
& 2nd RACES Miss Hurt\ Is a graduate of.Pa. a supplemental basis. Several
QUINIElAS hokee High School and the Florida thousand more domestic workersare
0 College of Medical TechnologyShe expected to come to Florida [lUll9EflB.PARRISH
is presently employed at the after the> holiday season as! In the .
Poteete-Hatton clinic and Is or- past, but present statewide shortages -
"BIG Q" ON LAST ganist for the First Methodist are expected to became severe
2 RACES Church.Mr. with the approach of peak
ADMISSION 25c Thompson Is a graduate of harvest operations In January and
Pahokee High School, attended the February.
RACING NITELY Citadel for three years am" gradu- Some crops Anderson explained
ated from Arkansas A A M. He Is including sugar cane, should set
presently a member of the Pahokee record production levels If harvestscan
POST TIME 815KEHHELClUt" High School faculty and coaching be completed without losses.
staff. .
The wedding will be an event at Mrs. M. F. George has returned ,
I the First Methodist church of Pa-I to her home after a trip to Bartow! .
hake on February 14 at 3 p. m. i with her brother and sUter-ln-law I. _, t

Plunner Mr. and Mrs., Stalls where they I Dick and'Rosanna! Pahokee Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jr.. were the guests of their sister. "vwf. ,
F" plan to return to their home In I
Durham, N. c., following Christmas Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux
WEST ON bciYEDERE ROAD visit with his parents. Mr. and spent Christmas day with her I
Mrs. W S. Plumer. I niece in Ft. Lauderdale I I m.

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on U.S. Savings Bonds.The .

Treasury explains why the new ones you. buy and the ones

r. you'own now we better than everQ

:How does the new 3%% interest rate ba1 :
A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $
$25.00 fourteen montba faster than the v .
Your savings*increase faster, because 5
' just 7 years, 9 months.
With Series H Bonds, the 10-year )
stays the same but more interest is pale
,, months. With both E and H Bonds t'.e
works out to!2M%for.the first year anA +
a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity.
Q:When did the new rate become dlenive? ( )
A: June I, 1959. ( ,
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fore June 1,1959?
JU AH older E and H Bonds pay more now- (
Vt% from now on, when held'to maturity. : = .
crease takes effect in the first fall
after June L d .
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rate? ,
At Ye&Yon don't need to do a thing-just ,
your Bonds
Cb When mr, B Bond mature, will they keep ,
ing mceTest?
A:Yes An automatic 10-yaar extension ps vll
into effect along.witaXk* now interest
meaDl1OUl'JEBond wffl $ "
ing interest liter narturtty.Q .
:With the new fatten rate, should I eatn
Beads cad bar new< ,, Ai No.'The automatic W%Jbcnaet makes (
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'tag* td retain your plWSDt Bonds. '5 ,
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1 At The chief: difference fa this: Ton boy H .
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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438 ,


Patricia Ann Keene and Mrs. J. N. Purcell, Nashville, )Gifts PresentedRardin
Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Canlpe
Weds John HundleyMiss and family, Riviera Beach; Mrs.
Joyce Whitcomb, Lake Park; Miss ArnetteMonday

Patricia Ann Keene becamethe Jane McClure, Hollywood; Miss ,

bride of John L. Hundley in a Terry Cochran, N. Palm Beach; I
was official presentation
double ring ceremony Sunday, Dec. Robert Barnes, Lake Worth; Mrs.
for the County Commissionwith
27 at 3 p. m. at the First Baptist Pennington and daughters! Penny
number of veteran
Church In Pahokee. The couple repeated and Marsha, Clewiston; Mrs. For- a county
employes receiving commendationsfrom
their vows after Rev. Guthrie est Hillyard and daughters Sylvia the board.
Colvard, before an altar banked and Kay, Gainesville;
with palms and decorated with Mrs. R. L. Brooks and daughter Those receiving resolutions in
of their service to th
baskets of white gladioli mums, Betty of North Palm Beach: Mrs. recognition "
pom poms and Fiji mums and J. O. Johnson, Lakeland; Mr. and citizens! of Palm Beach Countywere

lighted with tapers in four tree Mrs. R. E. Bozarth, Miami; Misses :
branched candelabra.The Diana, Susan and Mslinda G-ahaci County Commissioner Paul Rar
bride, daughter of Mr. and Homestead; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard din, who is retiring from the board
Mrs. Leland Mr. and Mrs January 3, after being a commIssioner -
Keene is a graduate of Clark, Lake Worth;
Pahokee High School, class of Riley Barnes, Lake Worth; Mrs. from the Glades District for
1962, attended Florida State Uni- Leland E. Keck, Sebring; Mr. and the past 20( years.J. .
versity, Tallahassee and is trans- Mrs. Leland E. Keck Jr., and fame Alex Arnette, who is retiring
feting to the University of Florida. ily Miami; MIss Veva Keck, or-I as Clerk of the Circuit Cc art after

FEW PEOPLE THINK. Gainesville, as a senior' majoring in lando; Mrs. Maurice Taylor, 24 years service.
OF FLORIDA AS A "MINING STATE," YET MINERALS Elenentary: Education. She is a lando; Mr. and Mrs. George Puck- Rardin drew a bonus, a gift from
PRODUCED LAST YEAR WERE VALUED AT CLOSE TO member of the Gamma Phi Beta ett and family Nashville, Tenn ; the citizen! of th3 district he has

$190,000,000. COMMERCIAL MINES OPERATE IN 43 OF social sorority. Miss Jane Flem, Clearwater and represented: on the board. O. B.

THE STATE'S 67 COUNTIES. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and I Thomas Black, St. Petersburg. McC. e a resident of Pahokee
Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, is also a 1962 ... pre Ved the Glades commissioner -
"* UJrWSV* *, graduate of Pahokee High School I wit" a silver service during the

*- and Is a senior at the Universityof Ayliffe Mueller Is Wed meeting
Florida where he Is majoring in Rardin pointed out that his ser-
business administration. He Is a To J. 'Y. ReynoldsMiss vice to the county had been a per-

The Most Important. '' member of the Kappa Sigma social sonal pleasure and that h, was
SINGLE COMMODITY IS fraternity and the Beta Gamma Ayliffe Frances Mueller most happy with the opportunity
Sigma scholastic fraternity. and John Wayne Reynolds were affo-., hln to make many official -
= Mrs. Hugh Branch sang "The wed Monday at 10 a. m. at St. sends" throughout the coun-
HEAVIEST PRODUCTION Wedding Prayer" and "Whither Mary's Catholic Church in Paho ty an? slate.
CENTERED IN POLK AND T Thou Goest" accompanied by Mrs. kee. They repeated vows after Arnette noted that he has served -

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTIES.ftERSONALNESNOTESJ. Sydney K. Smith of Belle Glade Father Francis Fenech before an 12 different county commissions

Miss Verlon Jones, organist playedthe altar decorated with palms and since he took office; that he has
traditional nuptial music. I baskets of white gladioli, mums I!i known that most of the boards

Miss Lynda Keene sister of the and pompoms.The ''I have had many problems which
bride was maid of honor. Her gown I bridegroom is the son of I I were always met "head on."

of flame red bridal satin fashioned and Mrs. Edward T. Reynolds, We- 'Talm Beach County", he said,

with an overjacket featured I I tumpka, Ala. A graduate of We-I I "has been known for many yearsas
a slightly scooped neckline and tumpka High School, he is presently the best operated county in the
three quarter length sleeves. The employed by S. N. Knight state. This I know to be true."

ankle length skirt extended to a and Son Farms, Belle Glade. In another resolution-this on a
I I short train. She wore a matching The bride, daughter of Mr .and I note of sympathy-was adopted
pill box hat and nose veil. She car- Mrs. Frank William Mueller, Is a by the commission In the Christ-
ried a cascade bouquet of whit graduate of Pahokee High School, I mas Day death of Ben F. Sundy,

; I thistle down pompoms entwined class of__ iflfil... and_n_ attended___ Palm former county commissioner from
Mr. and Mrs. Prentice Turbeville Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gamble were' with holly berries.Bridesmaids Beach Junior College. -Delray. Beach.County .
have returned to their home following the Christmas guests' of'their son- were Miss Sue Miller Given In marriage by her father Commissioners Monday
a Christmas visit with her in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs.'I of South Bay, cousin of the the bride wore a white taffeta I shuffled their January meeting

parents, in Dublin, Ga: James Latham and daughter I bride :Miss Bonnllu Lair, Paho gown featuring short sleeves and a schedule to allow members to attend -

Mrs. Grady Boynton has returned Sheila. kee, Miss Anne Fackelman of Panama lace appliqued bodice. The bouffant I a school of instruction for

from a visit with her soninlawand Mrs. J. T. Pickett and her daughter City and Miss Jean Osborn of skirt ended in a chapel train. Her I county commissioner set at Tallaha -

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Max Miss Betty Lou Pickett spent I Gainesville. Their gowns were headpiece was a crown of pearls e on January 18.
Beverly In Ochlochnee, Ga. Christmas as the guests of her son Identical to that of the maid of holding a finger tip veil. She car The board cancelled its sched-
and family, Mr. and Mrs. John T. I honor. ried a cascade of white thistle uled January 18 meeting and will
Mr. and Mrs J. C. Harris and Pickett in Ft. Myers. Susan Johnson, daughter of Mr. down pompoms centered with take up the regular meeting schedule .
son, Joseph, ,of Lake Park 'were and Mrs. Ralph Johnson was flower white roses. again January 25.
visitors in Pahokee, Sunday aft.eri i Mr. and Mrs. M .. Sapp returned girl and wore a gown identical Matron of honor was Mrs. Mat- --... -

noon. Monday from a holiday visit I to that of the bridesmaids., Jeff hew F. Prewitt sister of the bride, Insurance Concern
with their relatives in Nocatee and Johnson, 'Susan'/ brother, 'server! who wore a sheath"of gold brocad .,
M s. C. M. Stanfield of Orlando I
Clewiston. as ring bearer. with matching pill box hat an] Is Formed In State
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
The bride was given In marrlags short veil. She carried a cascade of
Rardin during the Christmas holi David Fountain, son of Mr. and TALLAHASSEE of
by her father. Her gown of pure bronze and orange pompoms and group
Mrs. Myers Fountain has returnedto
days.Mr. white antique satin featured n croton leaves. Flower girl was top political and financial figures.
his home after receiving an
and Mrs. James Gibson and honorable S. bodice of Brussells lace, traced Kathrine Miller niece of the bride.i Including Gov. Farris Bryant and
from the
discharge U. I
daughter Jamie returned home Marines. with tiny seed pearls. An appliqueof Edward R. Reynolds, brother of I DuPont executive Ed Ball have
the same lace gave an added Interest the bridegroom, was best man. I j I applied to the state for permission
Sunday night from a visit with his
Mrs. H. J. Anderson is a patientin to the chapel train. Her Ushers were Chester H. Miller to organize a multi-million
Mr. and Mrs. Gibson
parents Major
Everglades Memorial Hospital headpiece of starched lace and brother-in-law of the bride, and dollar insurance company.
at Thomasville, Ga. where she is undergoing tests. pearls had a crown of orange blossoms Frank Joseph Mueller, brother of Name of the company would be

Mr. and Mrs. Jess Elliott had :as and French crystal from the bride. the Good Life Insurance Co. and It
their guests for the Christmas which flowed an abundance of silk The reception following the cere- would be authorized to issue five

holidays, their son, and daughter- Forgotten ChildrenTo illusion. She carried a cascade of mony was held at the home of the million shares of common stock a*
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Elliott. white tea roses, white thistle down, bride's parents, 123 South Flame par value of one dollar per share.
Be, RememberedMIAMI pompoms and ivy. Ave., Pahokee. Assisting were Mrs. Bryant, Ball and 13 others agreedto
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hand W- Wayne Hundley served as his Edward R. Reynolds, Mrs. Philip Invest 1100,000 each to get the
turned to Jacksonville this week A big tractor-trailer brother's best man. Ushers were Thielen, Mrs. Manning Keen Mrs., new business going. Headquarters
following a visit with his mother, truck loaded to the top with toys Robert Boe!, Pahokee, Roger Hat- Henry Epstine, Mrs. Jack Stanley, apparently would be Jacksonvllli.
:Mrs. Fred Hand. and goodies began a 1,400-mile( ton, Pahokee, Joe Graham, Homestead Mrs. Chester H. Miller, Mrs. James I I State Insurance Commissioner

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hand and sentimental journey on Friday, and Douglas Still, Miami. Krantz, Miss Gail Reeves and Miss :a. Edwin Larson told newsmen the
:Mr. and Mrs. Ron Terllaar spent Dec. 18, In Miami. The missionwas Mrs. Keene chose for her daugh Nancy Rashley. Mrs. Lamar Hllyer''I application has been around for
Christmas to take holiday happiness to ter', wedding a sapphire blue chiffon was at the bride's book. some time but approval Is being
day the of
as guests
Florida's "forgotten children." sheath with withheld until the organizers furnished -
relatives In Ft. Lauderdale.Mr matching hat and Following a wedding trip to Alabama -
The occasion was the fourth annual accessories. Mrs. Hundley, motherof the couple will be at homeat a list of the officials who will

'and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr., statewide ChristmasChanukah the bridegroom, wore a sheath 3783 Coconut Dr., Lake Worth. i run the company.

and daughters Terri and Kelly Party for Retarded Children. fashioned similarly to that of. Mrs. guests present at The $100,000 subscribers Include ....
pent Christmas as the' guests of origtaatedvana; >dlrected by Abe S.: Keene..:Both, i mothers wore whit* the wedding were: Mrs. 'R. Earl State .Comptroller Ray E. Green,

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly Goldman regional director of comti orchid.corsages., ., Caffer. Franklin, La.; Mr. and Development Commission Chairman
In Ft. Pierce. unity services: for Sunland Training The reception given 'by the Mrs/'Edward: 1'. Reynolds We- Wendell Jarrard Citrus Commission -..

Centers. bride's parents, was held in the social tumpka, Ala.? Mr. and.Mrs.rrhom- member Sam A. Banks;
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith of Ft-:: Pities were held at six Dade hall of the church following ,as A. Reynolds and daughters Pam Tom Johnson of Tampa, executive

Lauderdale were the weekend institutions on Friday. The follow the ceremony. Mrs. Ernest :Maxwell and Gayle, Charleston, S. c.,.. ),[r. secretary of the Florida Association
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Max- ing day the caravan took to the was assisted with the serving and Mrs. Lamar Hilyer and children of Insurance Agents; Henry

son and :Mrs. Ollle Adams. road for' visits to Sunland Centersin by Mrs Marvin Miller, aunt of the Charlotte, Ronnie and Donnie, D. Kramer president of Food Fair

Carol McDonald of St. Petersburg Ft. Myers, Orlando, Gainesvilleand bride, Mrs. J. T. Pickett, Mis. H. M. also Miss Dinah Sides, all of Belle and Plc-N-Save drug chains and

Is working at U. S. S. C. in Marianna returning to Miami McIntosh, Miss Yvonne Thompson, Glade; ilr. and ){rs. Jesse R. Sides! Jim Walter, Tampa home builder
Bryant and is staying with Mr. and Tuesday, Dec. 22. Miss Vlckey Alley, Miss Gloria Miriam and daughters, Lynda and Cynthia and financier.
The event is sponsored by Food Smith. Miss Katherine .
Mrs A. M. Sims in Canal Point. Young Montgomery, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs.
I Fair Stores and its department and Miss Judy CanIpe. Miss Mirtha James W. Krantz and family. Lafayette .
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Maxwell .store subsidiary, J. M. Fields, Inc.I Batista served at the bride's book. La.; Mr. and Mrs Mat.
left Sunday for Savannah, Ga.,I with a cost of more than 14000. Mrs. Paul Rardin was at the thew Prewitt Gainesville; Mr. and
where they will be the guests of In addition to Food Fair's $10,000 head of the receiving line and pre- Mrs. Cheater H. Miller and family

her parents. sponsorship, Bernard Klrkin of sented the guests to the bride's and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Parks, all
Anny Salvage Stores has contrib- mother. At the center of the of West Palm Beach.
Steve Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. uted $3,600, and Ed Bell of Miami bride's table was a four tier wedding Also Mrs. Glen Etherton, Miss t
Charles Brown underwent a tonsi- Lincoln-Mercury is supplying seven cake with an
epergne arrangement Beverly Etherton Mrs. W. C.
,lectomy at St. Marys Hospital Jn autos. and Humble Oil Co. Is of small white mums, Prewitt, Benjamin and Jerry Prew- .. 3
West Palm Beach, Tuesday.Mr. providing gas and oil for the trl-. red roses and fern on either side. Ut Mrs. C. D. Hlne, Mrs. Frank | s t 1

and Mrs. James L. Vann Each of the more than 6,000 Following a wedding trip to Jamaica Rodrtquez Mrs. Frank Jacobs,
pent the Christmas holidays wither children will receive two gifts as Mr. and Mrs. Hundley will Miss Jackie Goldman and Mrs I 1
well as candy, fruit and party be at home at 1402 S. W 10
> sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Terrace Junes Chester Wlnn all of Clew-
::M. H. Mulkey and daughters favors. In addition, there are Gainesville Fla. iston. WM(1
gifts" including playground Out-oMown .
Twila and Selena in Tavernler, Fla. "group guests attending "
equipment bicycles and radios for were Dr and Mrs. S. M. Mallamo Mike Maxson has returned to
Mr and Mrs. David Ramey of several of the institutions. Palm Beach; Mrs. E. E. Bishop, N. McCoy Air Force Due Orlando VItIi'll' el ....

Cocoa were the holiday guests of Among dignitaries accompanying Palm Beach; Dr. and Mrs. JamesF. following a Christmas leave spent l gfve'emreem'
'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert.\ the caravan Is State TreasurerJ. Bishop, Memphis, Tenn.; Miss with his parents, Mr. and Mrs ,

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::: : : Three Killed When Endurance Race

I : I News Of The Churches]I Car, Truck Crash Sebring 12-Hour SEEKING Endurance March- The Race 1965 27 Sebring taking

March 27 once again promises -
____ Two Belle Glad city employees place
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School student unlimited action for rac
I.and a Pahokee High
.were killed near Paul Rardln Parkon ing enthusiasts.For .
South Side ChurchOf First :Methodist Holy Nativity December 24, in a head-on the first time in many years,

ChristBelle GhurchPahokee? Episcopal,ChurchPahokee crash with a tractor-trailer. "Tha the sports car will also return to
three persons who were killed were the.race. Track development for

Glade across :from John A. BnJey, Faster Randall Jarriel, 17, Sand Cut, son safety and improved spectator ac-
Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 SUNDAY: Rev. L. Loosing, vicar of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Smith; commodations are underway. An

.0:00: a. m. Bible Study 9:45 a m. Church School SUNDAY: James Clarence Geater, 42, a electronically operated Scoreboard
1:00: a. m.-Sermon 11:00 a. m.-Morning, Worship '20 a. m.-Bunda School mechanic at the city garage; and will give Instant readings on cat
6:30 p. m.Evening Service 6:45 p. m.-MYF 11:00 a. m.- Worship Service Kenneth Virgil Cole, 26, a garbage positions for both spectator and
I 6:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study 7:45 p. m.-Evening WorshipCUESDAY -. ..- I truck driver. contestant, with lighting for after

: St. Mary's Catholic 'Geater was said to have been dark hours. .
the driver of the 1957-model car Motorcycle races, productionsedan
Church Of God 7:00 p. m.-Vesper. prao
ticevVEDNESDAY Church that:failed to make a curve 436 feet races and a full week of activity -

Barfield HighwayPahokee ; south of the entrance to the recently has been lined up for the
Paul Rardin Parkon 15th annual meeting of this famous
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions Father Francis Fennech, Pastor defeated
Fla.J. Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. SR 715. The crash occurred endurance .contest.. .

W. Hughes, Minister 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice Confessions before Mass'' about 4:10: a. m. when the southbound -
Phone 924.373 ..' Carolina Freight Carrier's Family Reunion At

SUNDAY: T' Bridesmaid Brunch truck, being operated by Donald
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Eugene Black, 29, of Shelby, N. C., Lee Wroten HomeThe
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship First Baptist For Patsy KeeneMiss skidded 66 feet in an apparent attempt -

7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- Church, Pahokee to avoid.the. collision. home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee A.

viceTUESDAY Patsy Keene was honored r Wroten was the scene of a family

: Guthrie W, Colvard, Pastor with a bridesmaid brunch, Satur- Bridge On Hatton reunion Christmas day. Those attending -

7:30 p. m.-.Prayer Service SUNDAY day, Dec. 26 at the home of her were Mrs., Velva Baxter,
THURSDAY: 945 a. m.-Sunday School aunt, Mrs. Donald Barnes, South Hiway To Be Widened Naples; Mrs. J. B. Elliott, Ft. Lauderdale -

7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Bay. Assisting were Mrs. A. B. ; Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott,
Service 6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship Barnes, grandmother of Miss The steel bridge on Hatton High Jr. Tallahassee Lt.
and daughters ;,
6:45 p. m.-Training Union Keene, Mrs. J. N. Purcell and Mrs. way will be widened in a few and Mrs. Ronald Elliott and sons,

St. Peter's Lutheran WEDNESDAY: Bob Puckett. Those attending were weeks, according to County Com- Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Elliott
7:30 p. m.-Prayer. .. Service Mrs. Leland Keene, Mrs. Lloyd missioner Paul Rardin. The commissioner and daughter, Jacksonville;
Church, Belle Glade Hundley, :Miss Lynda Keene, Miss said this week that durIng Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Elliott,

The Church Of God Sue Miller, Miss Bonnllu Lair, construction of the new roada Grove Hill Ala.; Mr. and Mrs.

August Koerber,Pastor PahokeeCanal Miss Ann Fackelman and Miss few months ago the bridge was Thomas Elliott Jr., and family,
601 W. Lake Rd. Belle Glade Of Prophecy
Jean Osborn.Funeral.
.. left in place with the thought in Merritt Island; Mr. and Mrs. Larry
SUNDAY Point Road
: ; mind that it could be widened later. Elliott and family, South Bay;
Divine Services 11 A.M.
John H. Klnard, pastor Services Engineers have come up with an Mrs. Clyde Doolittle, Ft. Lauder-
School 9:45 A.-M.
: 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School For Randall] JarrielRandall .idea for making it regulation width dale and Mrs. Douglas Congelton,
which will be done by the county. Belle Glade.
11:00 a. m.-Preaching .. . .
The Pahokee ChurchOf
7:45 Evangelistic Service
The NazareneRev. 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. Jarriel, Age 17 of Canal Mr. and Mrs. J. E. William Mr. and Mrs. M.P. Stanley spent

8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Point, died December 24 in a automobile spent the Christmas holidays at Christmas with her sister in At-

Willard Kilpatrick Everyone welcome. Special music accident. He Is survived by their cottage at Salt Springs. lanta, Ga.

nd his father, Watson Jarriel, New .
433 Bacom Point Rd. singing. ----------
Phone 924-7528 P. 0. Box 882 .. Jersey; his mother and step father. iirtoirrifitftttft irrstfrtrw

SUNDAY SERVICES: Church Of Christ Mr. and Mrs. W. W Smith four

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School brothers, Wayne Scott Jarriel, Ca-

11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship N. W. Avenue D nal Point; Donnell Jarriel, Ft.
6:30: p. m.-Juniors 125 WY 6-3867 Carlson, Colo.; Joseph M. Tucker, Monday Cattle Sales
Canal .Point and Steven Lynn .
7:00 Sunday
: p. m.- Belle Glade, Fla.
tiervice Smith, Canal Point and one sister
WEDNESDAY: 10:00 Bible Study Mrs. Joan Ramsey, Pahokee. Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
: a. m.
Services were held December 26
7:30: m.-Midweek Prayer
.. p. 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship I at 2 p. m. at the Canal Point Methodist -
meeting. but 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship Church with Rev. James You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here
you are a stranger WEDNESDAY '
,? once." 7:30 m.-Dlble Study Baugher officiating.l Interment was at this Market. We make an effort at all times to

i _a. p. at Port were Mayaca'members'cemetery.of the PallBearers Pa give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give J "!

I The Methodist Church Rehearsal DinnerAt hokee High School F. F. A. Weth- us a trial.SALES. "" ,

Canal Point, FloridaJames Apelgren Home erington Funeral Home was in !
charge of arrangements.. I.. III1I I1111 lilt I
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W. Baugher, Pastor Following the rehearsal for the Don Daniel of Eagle Lake was I.
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SUNDAY: Keene-Hundley wedding at the the guest of Steve Brackin during EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. i'

9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. First Baptist Church in Pahokeeon the past week, following his grad ,
11:00: a. .-Morning Worship
evening, Mr. and Mrs. uation from Florida State Univer-
TUESDAY 6:00: p. :m-Evening Worship I'' Robert Saturday Apelgren and Mr. and Mrs. week.sity on Saturday of the previous Glades Livestock Market I

William Plumer entertained _
8:00: p. m.-Woman' Society .
the Apelgren Home on Bacom
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY Point Road with a buffet dinner M-Sgt. and Mrs. James Barnes On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

: for the bridal couple, other members and family of Warner Robins A. F. Phone WY 6-3028 :
7:30: m.-Prayer Meeting
p. B., Ga., spent the Christmas holidays
.. of the wedding party
with their parents Mr. and
special guests.A
Mrs. Homer Barnes and Mr. and
First Baptist large white candle decorated 1

Church Canal Point with small red hearts and wedding Mrs. Bob Henderson.

hells, -and A miniature bride and _. .
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Elder R. E. Barfield Poinsettias
in an' arrangement
SUNDAY:. were also used in arrangements on
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School
the tables. Background Organ 1.S
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship farm
by Miss
music was played
6:30 p. m.-B. Z. Co
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship. Plumer.
Attending in addition tc Miss
: Patricia Ann .Keene,. and John L. '
WEDNESDAY 7:30: p. m.-Choir practice. H ndley' were(,Mr., and//Mrs.\.Le-' :.
7:30 land Keene Mr. and ..Mrs. Lloyd
p. m.-Midweek Prayer
''Mrs. Guthrie
Service. Hundley, Rev.
Colvard, Miss Lynda Keene,
THURSDAY-Every: other week
7:30 Wayne Hundley, Miss Sue :Miller,
I p. m.-Ladies AuxiliaryMeeting.
:Miss Jean Osborn, Miss Anne

I'Robert Fackelman,Boe, Roger Miss .Bonrdlu Hfctton, Doug Lair, Everglades Federal is the place/to .earn high' dividendon

Glades Baptist Church Tan Still, Joe Graham Mr.-and Mrs.
Ralph Johnson and *children Jeff your savings. Drop by today at our Pahokee office or

(Rev.Jonathan L. Wolf) and Susan, Mr.Verloii and !''Mrs.Mrs.Hugh A 'at the Home office at Belle Glade and let us show you how
Meets Jones
in Pahokee Lions Club Branch, Miss ,
Building. B. Barnes Miss Mattle Bain, Mrs.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. Paul RardIn, Mra. Emtat"'laxwen, JITi easy it is Systematically

PREACHING-11:00 a. m. and Mrs. John Pickett, Sr.. I t'C-T; amount for that
7:30 p. m. I McIntosh, Mr. and 'Mrs. O. B.'MeClure -

SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30 p..m. I Miss Jann Plumer, Mr, and 2 rainy day.

WED. PRAYER-7:30 p. m. Mrs. William Plumer, Jr., Miss

McClure, Miss Mary Jane and Patti -
Apelgren and Dallas Apelgren.Miss .
Canal Point .. '
Baptist Church Elinor Brackin and Steve
Brackin spent the Christmas holidays -
Savings And Loan Association
Lawrence Stewart, Pastar with their parents. Mr. and

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j :: ;,11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Mrs. Leonard Dobrow Is a patient Belle Glade

I 6:30 p. BK-Training Union at Good Samaritan Hospital;
'f :' i 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship West Palm Beach where ahe Is reported Let Your Money Earn 4/% Payable Semi-Annually

". WEDNESDAY: to t* slightly improved f ol-

[7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting lowing a sudden sever illness. .
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crepe sheath with matching hat Workmen Busy On
Mobile Unit
and shoes. Mrs. Hair, mother of May
the groom, wore a pink lace sheath Stanley Hooks Home

with matching jacket and hat. Glades ScheduleBelow
Both mcthers wore white Cattleya Workmen are busy this week

orchid corsages. laying concrete blocks on the new

The reception following the cere- is the schedule for, ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
1 j mony was held at the home of the Mobile X-Ray Unit for the Glades Hooks located on US441 across
bride's parents, 785 Bacom Point from Nemaha Apartments in Canal
area for the week thru
Road. At the center of the bride's January point. The house is to be 74 feet
table was an epergne arrangementof January 8, 1965. long facing the highway and 66

white tuberoses, white tlerra Pahokee Health Center, Monday, feet deep overall. It will be of con-

'F H roses and chartreuse carnations.The !January from 1.00 to 5.00: p. m.; crete and steel construction with
table was laid with an emerald brick facing on the front which
:Pelican Lake, Monday, January 4,
green cloth draped with gold will also have several beautiful
roping. Assisting at the table were I from 6:00: to 8:00 p. ,m.; Cotton colums. There will be four bed-

:Miss Gloria King, Miss Dorothy Club, 200 S. W, 5th Street In Belle rooms and three baths in the mod

Batchelor, Miss Ann Peacock, Miss Glade, Tuesday, January 5, from em up-to-date structure which
kk4 Judy Platt;, Miss Toni Touchberry, 1:00: to 5-00: p. m.; Runyan, Tues will contain hardwood floors.
I';, Mrs. Alton Mims and :Mrs. Paul day, January 5, from 6:00: to 8:00p. .& .
Rardin. m.; City Hall, Belle Glade, Wed Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sanders had

MR. AND MRS. RONALD HAIR Following a tour of the New nesday, January 6, from 2:00: to as their Christmas guests, her
England states :Mr. Hair will return 5:00: p. m.Cotton brother and sister-in-law Mr. and
ft WMiss
I to Germany where he will be Club, 200 S. W. 5th Street, Mrs. T. J. Shirley of Ft. Myers,
Velma Williams And Ronald Hair Joined by his bride in June follow Belle Glade, Wednesday, January 6 and her son and family, Mr. and

Married In Church Ceremony December 22 ing her graduation from the FlorIda from 6:00: to 9:00: p. m.; Humph Mrs. Marvin Wilson of Ft. Pierce,
j College of Technology. I rey's Seafoods, 449 S. W. Avenue her daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
-branch .. .. I A, Belle Glade, Thursday, January and Mrs. Orson Fussel and family
tree candelabra
The Canal Point Baptist
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer hadas 7, from 2:00 to 4:00: p. m.; Loading of Jacksonville and their son, Pv!.
was the scene Tuesday; December with smilax. The seating sectionfor their Christmas guests their Zone Belle Glade, Thursday, Janu 1st Class Gary Sanders, Jr., of Ft.

22, at 6 p. m. of a double ring can relatives was marked with tree Miss Kathleen ary 7, from 5:00: to 9:00: p. m.; Benning, Ga.
daughter, Spencerof
dIe light ceremony uniting in mar- candelabra.The Lakeshore Pool, 1224 S. W. AvenueE. .
riage Miss Velma Williams of Pa- bride, daughter of Mr. and Miami Springs and their son-in- Place, Belle Glade, Friday, January Mrs. H. M. McIntosh and Miss

hokee and Ronald Hair of Dalton, Mrs. J. E. Williams is a graduateof law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I 8, from 2:00: to 4:00 p. m. and Julia Mathis had as their recent
Ga. The couple repeated their vows Pahokee High School, class of Bill Whitcomb and daughter of Loading Zone, Belle Glade, Friday, guests, Mrs. Corbin and her daughter -
after Rev. Lawrence Stewart, pastor 1963, and attended Mercer University Riviera Beach. I January 8, from 5:00: to 9:00: p. m. Jennie of Ft. Myers.

as they stood before an altar I Macon, Ga. She is now attend- _. ..
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j banked with palms, and nine light- ing Florida College of Medical -- ----- -- -

ed seven-branch candelabra. Decorating Technology, Miami. She Is a mem
''I either side of the kneeling ber of Alpha Delta Theta sorority.The .
I bench were two large baskets of bridegroom is the son of Mr. .

white gladioli, California mums, and Mrs. John H. Hair, Dalton, Ga. .,' '" '.oJ
pompoms and stock and two nine- "r .!;
A graduate of Dalton High School .;\ .
I and a graduate of Mercer Univer- \ i4 1.. '
sity with a double major In Math ',r', "
and Physics.. He is presently with I .

i Classified Ads the Butzback United States, Germany.Army stationedin I d 4 r,.1!I _

1j Robert O. Lampl sang, "0 Perfect .' o'f/' """ 'Ii <' 'I, 'I- I
j POSITIVELY all want ads or Love," "The Lord's Prayer", ',' ," .
I classifieds, as you wish to call t' : .
and "Prayer Perfect. He was accompanied ,
them, are payable in advance from by Bob Horton, organist : ,\ "
his day forward. Don't phone 'em. .'
the traditional
who also played I \
Writ it and dollar bill in I. ,
drop a ; ."
nuptial music. :
'.' the envelope if you want it run Miss Alice Hurt, maid of honor, ,: :<;.. .
: once. $2 if you want it run twice
floor length gown of kelly
wore a '
1:1,1'. and so on. I green satin, fashioned with a beaded : : Diazinon .
!, :
SALE New and Used WillysJeeps. waistband and scooped neckline. '" : I
t r Walter Ashley's Garage She wore a tiny matching crown '
1, in Belle Glade. Phone 63058.: with a nose veil. She carried a cascade .: controls most Florid, :: 'I \ .

p Oct.,17-54-ch of gold sala leaves with chartreuse -
> '

{; tfHATS IN THE ATTIC that you green Christmas carnations bells.and emerald ; vegetable insects. :: at;

don't need? A $1.00 classified ad Bridesmaids were, Miss Patricia ; '
n- this column will probably find : .J,, 'I'h'. .
the Min
Hair, sister of groom t't .' \ '
you a sale. Just write your ad, en-I Sharon Watson and Miss Carlene ,st.!'\.t. II. .", ,.l ...f) "" .Io"f'.,t ...',
Jose a dollar and we'll do the rest. Codding. Their gowns were Iden- ,. ., t :, :. ..:... ).t..(';.. \ : \I' I.V ,
The Everglades News, Canal Point. maid of honor. ,
tical to that of the .
J ..
._ ..., ...
Amy Jo and Jean Beth Williams, .- ......Y"", ,
) nieces of the bride, were flower .... 1'
REPAIR Service in Clewiston,. girls. Their floor length gowns w
A' South Bay Belle Glade, Pahokee were of a lighter shade of green
and they carried gold flower girl
and Canal Point. Serving the
;' Glades for 20 years. Phone 924- baskets with corsages of chartreuse Diazinoh insecticide is the only You ean'! use Diazinon throughout
carnations and tuberoses at- product you need to control most the And close harvest
; 5626. H. L. Pitts, old Belle Glade seasons. to -
1 I tached to the handles. David Stew- of the major insects of Florida t
St. Oct. 16chtfROOM .. without residue problems.So .
art, of Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence
I p' vegetable crops. Here's the kind of take advantage of the bene-
AND BOARD, Family Stewart, was ring bearer. '
'" Style Meals. Inquire Shell Service The bride was escorted to the ': "moneyinthebank"programthatDiazinon fits of superior vegetable foliar insect P '

Station, Canal Point or Call 92I (- altar and given in marriage by her : can provide: control with Diazinon. Order

,I l 7238 or 924.9403. N20tfa father. Her floor length satin gown Diazinon simplifies your spray dependable Diazinon SOW wet-
, W featured scooped neckline and It reduces the
'. a program. need to table powder, or Diazinon AC500 .
, t FOR RENT} Two furnished apartments -
trimmed in Alencon lace
bodice use several different insecticides.You
f one with shower and one' sleeves. The bell emulsifiable concentrate, from f
with wrist pointed
with tub bath. Equipped to .leepl| shaped skirt was fashioned with spray less when you spray with your local supplier today.

i' two or more. $17.00 per week with j I matching bands of lace. The Diazinon. So you save time and Ceigy Agricultural Chemicals,

utilities included. Clean, roomy matching detachable over skirt money. Division of Ceigy Chemical Cor-
: and a good location. See Mrs. W. P. You kill insects
;" ended in a sweeping train. Her quickly with poration, Ardsley, New York.Geigy'.
. Pope at Pope's Nursery' in Canal head piece was a lace Mantilla. Diazinon.And the"staying power"of
,: Point on US441. Jan. Ipd She carried s cascade of pure white Diazinon provides outstanding

orchids with satin tubing and en- control of problem insects like
twined with pearl hearts. '
i" aphids, Southern and OBA10H 01 CMMCM1 KM MO fIN .
INCOME TAX John Hair served as his son's armyworms
leaf f miners for Diazinonf
best man. Ushers were Gary Hair a long

J. LOUIE CARTER 8SU6G9 and Samuel Hair, brothers of the
n groom and Herman Earl Clark.
2421 8. OWe Hwy. Mrs
For her daughter's wedding
Williams chose a peacock blue



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