The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00179
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Work On Larrimore Mrs. Rardin To Take Awards Program

Part Baptist Assembly

Rd. To Start Mon. Mrs. Paul Rardin of Canal Poilnt ; Commencement ProgramPAHOKEE Canal Point SchoolWith

will participate In the Baptist.
This newspaper wouldn't guar- Assembly planned for Stetson University !-.' the-closing of another .u antee the truthfulness of the following next week June 7-11 according school year at Canal Point
Friday Evening June 4 1965 8:15 P. M. '
story, m, it U suggested to Assembly Director C, J.: : the annual Award Program was
that the following paragraph oe Smyly, former pastor of the Canal held at the School yesterday morn-

taken with a grain of salt. Point Baptist church. Processional ........................ ugh School Hand l ing in the auditorium. Mrs. Daisy
It has been reliably reportedthat frs. Rardin will be the counselor Coley, music director for the .
and Circumstance" _
"Pomp ElgarInvocation
construction work will atari for the girls in Chaudoin Hall I ? school, was in charge of the pro' ..'.

Monday morning on,_ rebuilding I' at the University and will leave :' ..L................. Ilev. Guthrie Colvard gram. She Bang 4/f@w' songs and, a
Larrimore Road in Pahokee from Canal Point next Sunday morning then led the group. "Iri group sing

the Pure Oil Station', to Farmer to take up her duties for the week. Salutatory ....;........... Sharon Luvenia Johnson Ing.The
Market: Road. 'I She will return Saturday after I Citizenship Awards, were)
We have a letter on our desk noon. given to the following student In* ,.'
from the State Road Departmentin I Address .:........................ Dr. Michael J. Stoke the school for their outstanding

Fort Lauderdale saying' that Assistant Professor of Education, University of Miami achievements during the past year.
Dollar And Half Is
construction of this road would I : In MM. Burr's first 'grade: Emily
Presentation of
start January 25, 1965.." And, I Pullen and Billy Dalton Mrs.

here it la nearly the Fourth of July.i Sweet Corn Price Class of 1005 .................. Brooks Henderson Gibson', Kimberly Atkins ant.
and not a spadeful of dirt has been Donald Conley; Mrs. Henderson','

turned. I' Awarding of Diplomas l John T., Weisner Nancy Carr and Michael Fortner;
One excuse after another hat I Sweet corn price this week in I Mra Larrick, Renee Baugher.and'
Administrative Ant..Palm Beach Co. Board of Public Inst.
been 'offered for the delay in con 1 the Glad:* la $1.50 per crate and i iI John Ernest Stewart; Mrs. Huddle

struction. One time the blame was II I i the supply Is plentiful. One grower Valedictory ....... ......:. Willola Galloway Tyson Barbara Cline and Alan, TarrrMr '
placed on the phone company, saying ,| started harvesting 1200 acres 1 : *. Walston, Karen Hooks and'McCall
that cable in the of i lof I the delectable vegetable a week Wright and Mr. Parker;
was way I l Ucnediction ...................... Rev. John A. Briley Minis.-
construction. Another time the delay ago and has been running his Diane Blackwell and Ronald
was blamed on the fact that :: packing platform full tilt since I The Perfect Attendance Award
the State Road Department did 'that date. Recessional ............................ High School Band, were given to the following students

have personnel for inspection du The celery prices la ranging from "Coronation March" _........_..._ Meyerbeer : lit'grad : Timothy Stewart -
$2.25 to $2.75' and the supply Is ; 3rd grader. John Ernest Stew-
ties.Anyway It Isn't long until Mon steady Film 'wrapped hearts are art, Samuel Conley and John Co-
day and we shall see what we shall quoted at 33.65. COMMENCEMENT CONCERT hick; 4th grade Joey Collier and
He.f There area few black eyed pea Jon Pullen; Oth grade: Lawrence
In' the area and the going price Stewart 'Jr., :McCall Wright and

haa been in the neighborhood*of jsOBERT; O. LAMP, Director : Oliyl Staple;; 6th. grades Jaml
f Glades Road Work. 12.00...withnV..* ,8 ,
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: bringing.32.25 per hamper. I I f The American teglon
Set Bond IssueGovernor The avYet corn yield In the Bristol. March .........................-..:... ;Yoder ': for outstanding service to the
By I Glades ha* been extra good with r.Southern ., ; school and good citizenship wa

the dry weather but a story com I I Cross Overture'........................ Yoder awarded to the following boy and
Burns road bond .la0ue ing out of Zellwood top 'em all for I. f girl: Gary Conley and TerylEchols.

-to be voted on in the spe-1 j corn yield One tanner, with excellent American Patrol................................ Mcacham .
land In Zellwood section -
dal election this fall-will bring| .

come much needed road building I I report harvesting' 480 crates of Mirage "' .......'....'.., Buys Hospital At Belle
to the Everglades section of Palm corn to the acre. Tea, that I* the

Beach county.. State Repreenta- 1,correct figure 480 crate to the National Midwest .........:...........n........ EdwardsIn
tin Emmett S. Robert points? out I acre. i Glade Open June 20

that the Glades area i* coming In A Monastery Garden ...:...............oI, Ketelbey I
for its fair share of four-laning of
certain roads under the program. Vacation Bible Present plans. .call for the openIng -
Thunder West .... .......... .... ... Farrell
If the bond issue i* passed statewide .. ... .. ......... of the new Glade General
-and there .i* no reason to School In PahokeeVacation Hospital In Belle Glade on June
believe that it win fail to peas- 20, according to an announcementmade
State Road 80 between South Bayhad ---- this"week by E. F. Saunders,
Four Point In West Palm Bible School will beheld administrator The 75 bed hospital
Beach will be four-laned. US27 at the First Baptist Churcn Funeral ServicesFor Sweet Corn Group la being erected: at a coat of $1-

from South Bay to Hialeah U In of Pahokee June 7-11, from 8:30- Axel Jensen, 83 095,000.00 Mr. Saunders said.
the road program and this particular 11:30 a. m. Preparation Day will Will Meet A great day opening program is
k ,. piece of construction should be Friday, June 4th, from 9:00- Funeral services were held for ,.Monday being' planned for.the special event
r cave several live In the future 11:00-. m. and the "Pink Ladies" will assist
Axel Jensen, 83, who died FridayIn
' after It 1* four.1ane4I The worker are: Mrs. Foster The Annual staff members and official of the
Meeting of the
I ... Another stretch of road to come I Laaadter In the Nursery; Beginners West Palm Beach. Survivor Florida Sweet Corn Advisory Com hospital board In the ceremonies, it
IT J' in for a four-lane construction JobA : Mrs. G. T. Murphy, Mr*. J. include his widow Viola one son mittee ha been called "by Chai-- was pointed out.
faTSRT from SR80 south to Margate A. Guthrie.Mr, *. Fred Wolf, Mrs. Edward of Pahokee; four",daughters man :Lewis Friend ,to be. held on Herman 'Close 'U president, ofthe
( in Broward:county where the 1C: E. 'Hood; primaries: Mrs. Willie Mrs. Edna Swain and Mrs Monday, ;'Iunt1, 196:1.: at 2:00 at. hospital board. Other membersof
,t present four-laning stop ).{en&lCG.Mra. W. a MOM, Mr: Betty McCoy,"both of Miami Mr. in ,the Glades Office Building p. the board are: Mra Irvin Zum-
F" 0' \ Last week at.a. State Road J. L. Humphrey, Sr, Mm Paul Sybil Crew of Pahokee :and Mrs. corner of Highway,441'and Hooker pf, vice; chairman; E. !4'. Lively,
f -,' Board meeting In Jacksonville Younger, Mrs. Carl Bennett; Wynell Wlllliam of Stuart; ten Road, Belle Glade. secretary and treasurer; Harold
t contract wa let for erecting several Junior': Mr. and'Mrs. BUI Earn grandchildren: and ,eight great The I group' will review the advertising Rabin R. R. Roadman and C. A.

., mile of guard rail alongside eat Mr*. David Unwln, .Mr*. W. grandchildren.... and publicity campaign, Thomas. .
canals In Palm Beach county. K. Aldridge. Mrs. Guthrie, chars, "" nominate committeemen and alternate p
Work on this particular job should Mrs. William Shirley Miss Pam "' '
T. W. Knight S' to serve on the Advisory Methodist Bible
r get started within the next few Doe, Mrs. Richard Tills, Miss Lo- Committee for the 1965-66 season,
week dus Gray; Intermediate: Mr*. C. and tak3 .
care of any other bull!
f In this year' State Road Department E. William, '),In. Wiley Tills, SchlechterFarmThurmond ness-'which: might properly come Study Starts Mon.
r budget there I* a sum Guthrie Colvard. before the Committee.All ..
be Principal -:----
of money appropriated to retread Mlaa Ruth Colvard will Interested are u'e4I
i''' 8R1S-the old road between Paho- of the School and Mr*. Roy Knight Realty, Inc., of attend. grower Monday Morning the Vacation
t, kee and Belle Glade-all the way O'Neal Assistant Principal. Other North Palm Beach announce I Ito .. Bible School of, the Canal Fotyt
I from the bridge In Belle Glade via worker will be added. Refreshments closing of sale May 25th of 973.4 I Methodist ChUrch will begin a
r Pahokee to the Intersection of will be under the direction' acres Vegetable Farm owned by Amy Roell Young week of Bible study and handiwork
,I 611700 In Canal Point It I Ia Indefinite of the Woman' Missionary Unionof 'I W. E. Schlechter and Son, Inc., On The Dean's List under the direction of Mrs. Boyd
whether or:not any work will the Church. Boys and girt age of Ben. Glade to Saratoga Sod Vorheea
be done ,on SR15 between the 3-16 are invited to attend. Par Company, Inc. at price of $300,000. !Amy Roell Young daughter of The school win bgeln each morn
(,bridge In Canal Point and the Martin ents' Night win be Friday, June This farm la located on U. 8. Dr. and Mr*. Wilburn C. Yotng ing at 8:30 a."m. and close at 11:00
.t t county line. 11th. I Highway, about ten mile south I has attained an honor she sought a. m. with closing exercise at th*
'. .' .w of South Bay. The new owner plana since entering Florida State Uni Sunday evening worship errlcea.Rcfrtatuaentf .
.;/ '. : Mr. and Mrs Kenneth C. Moonof Mr. and Mr*. Elmer Jones and modern Sod Farm on this prop- Vt1'Ift1-tJ1at of attaining a placeon will be served each
,. Danla were the weekend guest their' daughter Miss Verkm Jon**, erty. Cooperating broker In the the, Dean' List 'Mia Young day and an children' age kindergarten
; ..of her aister. Mrs. Ralph Stanley plan to leave this weekend for .ale wa. George, & Smith, Davie, gained 'thl* boner for the second through' Intermediate art
; rand Mr. and Mr*. Joe Hatton Clearwater for a week vacation. Fla trimester in hr sophomore year., Invited. to'. atteDCL

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Friday, June 4.1965

Two Th Everglades News, Canal Point Florida 83438 : : : Wo -
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Pthokec High School Seniors 195Willola

C. Tyson ................ Valedictorian

PehokeeSharon .

y L. Johnson .............. Salutatorian :

I Canal Point Jet.'

Adams, Mary Lee Agusti Alvarez, Gustavo

Alderman Brenda Kaye Aldr dge, Norman Keith
The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida Busbee, Carnelia Louise Armas, Angel Oscar I

THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF Elliott, Faye Annette Batista, Ernest Agustin I ,

THE EVERGLADES NEWS Funderburk. Andrea Sue Bernis, Dane James

Sirvbig heI 14e O C64chabae Farming Region WithoutInterruption Gandy, Sylvia Maxine Clark, Herman Earl :

Every Week for 40 Years Harris Marian Faye Collier, Thomas Dixon.

Established March 11 1924 Published Every FridayS ,
.9C 1PtJq"'Jt'' $2O0 Year In Advance Johnson, Sharon Luvenia Davison{ : C ti1tp\1 i1 er }) \ I)

TAi Everglade Hews Is Entered at the Post Office Jones, Grace Helen Geer, Melvin fian\et 1-
Hi Canal Psttt, Florida as Second Class. Matter Jr ti
King Priscilla May Gist William Thomas, k
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher ,
Marjorie Lairsey Ronald
Levans Betty ,
Royal Castle Owns Mr. and Mrs Joe Kelly ,and Mock Marilyn McKee, Fred Moore "

Army-Nary Stores daughter, Miss Madaline Kelly, of Meredith Donald Thomas ':
Ft. Pierce were the weekend Pittman, Judy Bonelle .

,MIAMI-Royal System lac. has guests of their son-in-law, and Ellen Miller Larry Thomas ,
announced it ha acquired owner.. daughter, ,Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Rashley, Nancy ,

ship, of the, Dade, \VJu) eagle Products Thomas and daughters, and at- Rayburn Bonnie Lee, Mills, Harold Edward '
Co., operator at 41 Army tended the recent kindergarten ,
Navy stores around the nation. graduation of their granddaughter Reed, Sharon Lee Mueller, Frank Joseph I

Royal Castle operates 142 hamburger ,- Terri Thomas. Patrick Randall
Reid Linda Lee Murphy ;
shops in three southern ,

, statM. ATTEND FUNERAL Reynolds Carolyn Joann Parker, John Frederick /
William D. Singer chairman of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kemp and ,
tkt.. board of loyal Castle, said the daughter-in-law, Mrs. Thurman Smith, Susan Merle Peacock, Wayne '
official change awaits an okay by Kemp, of Belle Glade returned Rios Primitivo Jr. ,
Patricia Ann
the International ''Revenue System.He Monday*! from Swainsboro, Ga., Thibodeaux, ,

would not reveal the total cost' where they were called by the. Tillis Mary Edith Rowlett, Danny Lee '
ol the traMctlon, death of Mr. Kemp's sister Mrs. I I ,
*, I
Phronia, Johnson, who died Thursday Tyson, Willola Calloway Rushing, Cecil Argustus v
;Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Stuart left the,guests May 27.of Mrs.Enroute Kemp's they;sister were Waldron, Carol Connie Shackford, Robert Owen, Jr. I

yesterday for Otorp ua. .Ala and brother-in-law, :Mr, and M*:&. Janice Vivian Sizemore Billy Wayne : !
ttama where they,will spend, three William Weeks, in Louisville, Ga. Waldron, !
week*,while Mr. Stuart is recuperating .... Spires James Willie
from a went' Illness.Classified I ,CLASSIFIED ADS PAY i

.......--' -,- DIG DIVIDENDS ) Tankersley, Dennis Gene I

NOTICE OF ".INTENTIONTO Wright, Larry Marion


+* +*** Notice is hereby giten that the u__ :
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POSITIVELY au ,want ,ads OJ under the. provision
; undersigned There were lace medallions on the
classified,' as you wish to call Of Chapter 20)903, Laws of Florida, June Baker Weds skirt bodice and sleeves. The Florida P. U. C.

them, are payable\ in advance fronv, Acts of 1941, will register with' the .Val G baldon, shoulder-length.. of white tulle Has New; Jfome
his day forward. Don't phone 'em. I Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and '_f flowed a crown of lace dotted with
Write it ana drop a doUar bill in Palm Beach Florida,
I for County Rosealea Baker of I crystals and pearls. She carried acascade TALLAHASSEE The
I Miss June Florida
/ want it runonce.
the envelope
upon receipt;of proof of publication >> of white carnations.:
$2 if you want,It. run twice II of this notice, the fictitious name, Gainesville and Valentine Gabaldon Adrian Gabaldon served as hisbother'a Public Utilities ,Coromlsafcn is aqw

and so on."IIATS ,to-wit: of Pahokee were united In marri- best man. Robert Cote of the Florida Public Service Corrv-

IN THE ATTIC,that you WALLACE BARNES DODGE age at St. Maiy's Catholic Church West Palm Beach and Edwin Wag- mission as the result of an act

don't need? A $1.00 classified ad Pahokee, Florida In Pahokee Saturday May 29, at non of Belle Glade were uahers. passed by the Legislature! and
n this column wttT probably find Under which I am engaged in 2 p. m., with Fr. Francis FenecU The home of Mayor and Mrs. &gued Into law by tiov.' Haydon

you a I ge. Just.writ yotir,ad> tntfose business in Pahokee, Palm Beach officiating at the double-ring cero* Duncan Padgett, 601 S. Barfield, Bums. '
tfoBar and}we/ft,d<] the' rest County,'Florida. That the party mony. was the scene of the reception following This Is the third time the.Corn'
Tfcej,Everglades News, Canal Point interested in said business I is Wallace The altar decorations featured the ceremony. Assistingwere inlssion'a name has been changed

Barnes. That the firm names baskets of pink and white gladioli Mrs. Robert Cote of West ince it ,was, established in 1&87M
Wallace Barnes Dodge., 'and pompon mums with potted Palm Beach, Miss Patricia Spraggof the RAilroad, CommissioD ,
FOR SALE: New and Used Whys To be published once a week.for palms in the background. Mrs. Lake Wbrth, Mrj Gerald, 0. Back In 1946 it became the Railroad
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage four successive weeks 1 in a news- PrIebe of Gainesville, '
Gerald O. Priebe of Gainesville and 3Ir, rf. and Public Utilities CoinmUuion -
jn Glade ph6ne 0-3033.: ;
Belle J7-54-ch paper of general circulation' In coloratura soprano, sang "Ave Ronald :Ter ,Haar. and In 1993 the reference brailroads >
: Oct. Palm Beach County. Maria," accompanied by Homer After'the honeymoon at Day was dropped and '
"VACATION1 TmD! Pub.:June 4, 11. 18, 25, 1965 Jackson Carter of Belle Glade, or tona Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Gabaldon agency became known as the Ftor-
16 BLOCKS FROM BEACH. $15 IN THR CIRCUIT COURT or TIlE ganIst. will be at their home, 1011 N. W. ida Public Utilities Commission.
per week for room, bath.,refrig- FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT The bride, daughter of Mr. and 3rd Ave., Gainesville. after June 2. "Our new name describes better (
Baker Trailer Estates,
'orator, hot: plate; 3 room 'apartments I 'COUNTY Mrs. Earl the board area of responsibilities -
$20 to $25 per week leas by IN CHANCERY.CSC U$ -C Bradenton, Is a graduate of Kathleen Fla. Arts Council with which we have been
1 0nth. 1109 ,Ga Ave., ,West palm BOSS RODGERS JR. IPUlnUtf t High School, Lakeland Man- charged" ,commented Commissioner '?
Beach' : call Mr. or Mrs. Cochrane iwu1cVlROOOms. atee Junior College and the University I Has Annual Session William T. Mayo. "We believe -- '
S85-1724 or 8321214. June 25-p ROSE DefendantNOTICE :t of Florida, where she received II I the new name will more ac-
: OF SUIT a BA Degree In French and TALLAHASSEE executive curately reflect our determinationto
GENERATORS and starter TO: BOSS MARia RODGERS employedas
FOR She la presently
ADDRESS UNKNOWNYou Speech. session of the Florida Arts Council perform them honestly and ,efficiently
S. H. Underwood In his new suit assistant for
see are hereby notified that a administrative "
location US441 and Lake Shore tau been filed against you In the ab eent.ltled the Board of University Examinersat board of directors was held inTallahassee in the public Interest.
hereby Florida's Indust'my
cause: and that you are transportation
:Drive: In Canal,Point. For anything required to file your answer or other the University of Florida. recently to complete including motor carriers wellas
la the generator or starter line wrttten'delease' with the Clerk of, the Mr. Gabaldon Is,the.:son of Mrs. plans for the second annual congress as
Circuit Court ol Palm Beach Couptjr. railroads, and & wide variety>t
'give him a call at 9244111. Jllp Florida and to' I"e. OL thereof Cecilia Gabaldon, 179 S. Barfield. to be held in St. Petersburg, ,utilities-electric communications
upon plalntur Attorney made Whid- of Pa- June 10-12, at the ,
Is graduate Outrigger Inn.
Pahokee. lie a
FOtt" SALE 3 Bedroom, 2 bath. den. 181 South Lake Avenue Pahokee. ; natural gas, water and sewer&are
Florid. not later than June 30. 1963.It hOke High School and Palm The statewide organization. acts ai
CBS house. See it. 2555 S. W. fall to do sol decree pro confer Io regulated by the commission.
you and will receive : the advisory committee
Beach Junior College to the .. .
14th Terrace In Pahokee. Also has vtll be entered against you for the relief -
demanded In the complaint. The a BA Degree In Political Science Florida Development Commission.Members .
terrazzo floors, built-in fc-rratca electric 4sabintts : nature of Mid: ault my band being for and.dl Mal oree.wrrNJSS this. from the University of,Florida l of the Florida Arts Night PerformancesAt

heat, large kitcfeea lot .SMh day,of May. 1983. in June. He is a men\bft of Pi Council are drawn from the fieldsof Water Ski ShowNEW
Well i itaidseaped B. DCNKLX
patio, JOInt
Political ScienceHonor&r'1 architecture, art,
fruit trees. Move In dark of the Circuit Court Sigma Alpha crafts design i
with young (Circuit Court Seal Society, and plana to enter drama dance and music. Council
soon.: Call 914-6407 to see. 2tpM23 I By meddle. P. Plant of'Florida's members represent YORK-Two night performances -
Deputy clerk. the University of the free Florida Citrus -
FOR SALE: '2 Bedroom CBS Thadd Whlddea to rPlalnUff Law School In September. I state art organizations, museums Water Ski Show at the New
''house. Air conditioned, dishwasher 161 Attorney South Lake Avenue Miss Marie Gabaldon. sister of community theatres and symphony York World's Fair ,will be added
: carport, utUlty room Pahokee Florida the bridegroom, as maid of honor orchestras. June 12."Popular.
"ub. May 28th. June 4. It. and 18. 18 :
(large corner lot. Beautifully land and the bride's only attendantwore Theme for the three-day meetIng .
and the overwhelming
:escaped with fruit trees. :Move in APAOC. CFEVSTf FOUR a pink street-length satin will be "Florida's Cultural In
\ 18 SEEING FLOfWOA satin Crossroads. success of the show
VISITORS with Sessions
anKilmtt.Aveo".Iri'Ridgecrest fashioned pink will Include
at gown the
scon. See Florida
FIRST TIME I exhibit, motivated
THE have
Gardens In Pahokee cummerbund and nylon overskirt work shops a theatre night panels the state
and the fair to take thto
Phone 924-5420 after 5:00 p.m.kf282tp.. flocked with white velvet. Her and entertainment. Feature,action," GOV. Haydon Burns said.
tulle veil 'made by the bride wai speakers at the Congress will be The show
fastened to a headpiece of crushed Roger Stake director of the Flor I four opened May 8 with
:MOUSE FOR SALES In 'Canal U1{ EI pink satin. She carried a cascade ida Development Commission, and has afternoon performances. It
,. Point T wuite. $6.500' t&$. See of pink carnations. Charles Mark,. consultant.,to ,th* of already played to over a quarter
ru._ A.,Andrews. U2S-2tp '7iIEM The bride's gown of white silk National Council on the. Art*. to Burns.a million people, according
bridal satin had a .
organza over '
lilt bedroom
'BAL -Thrw *
for iale. Neat W'JP! floor-length skirt ending In a train St. Petersburg has more than The
frame home American Water Ski Association
Bateau 5.000 benches
with a that line
and was styled its streets '
in Canal his in
Lake Shore its headquarters
school on tabi SMeniiws sleeves. and parks.
CiOltll oe''t f\.CQIOA neckline: and wriit-length Winter
Point. Phone 9243401. :M21c tors us$ Haven.Page .



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you'own now are better than ever ::1 ,1'o

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Q:How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the lifo of the Bond. ',, '
A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
o $25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide .
Your aavinga increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses, while E Bonds build a
mature in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future. That's why many retired (
people hold tyBorids and families saving for; say, a vchild's ..
Series H Bonds the
10-year maturity period education, buy E Bonds. 0 .> '
the but interest is each
stays same more paid you '
\ months.With both E and H Bonds the new rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series B and series ''
t. works out to 2H%for the first year and a'half; then H Bonds?' '"''II
a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. At B Bonds: $20 (cost 18.75, $50 (cost $37.50)), $100 }w.
Q When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00), $500 ; ", ,
A: June 1, 1959. (cost 375.00() $1,000 (cost $750.00), $,:.
$10,000 (cost 7500.00. .
Q:Does the new rate change the Bonds I bought before 7
H Bonds: $500, $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000. They *! rare .I
June 1, 19'97 priced at face value. r\, -err wCb *

.rac. j ..,.., JU All older E and H Bonds pay more now-an extra How safe are U.S. Savings Bonds? ... ., ; "!?,' ,
when The increase |
A% fromnow on, neld'to maturity 1\ I I' ,I
Ait Savings Bonds' absolutely riskless i. 'rm ,, -
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Q:Will the Bonds I own automatically earn their new can only grow. .

rate? Qi What if my Bonds should. be lost, stolen or destroyed ,J '
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your At You can't loss. Every Bond purchased is recorded ,';. .
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Pare Four The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida 33438

'Mr. and Mrs, Bob Richardsonand Young Ho! Chevron, Ho argument! Go Chevron'Ve.feel wUfattract hat 'Young their

I II I PERSONAL NEWS NOTESMiss I week Myers.Mr.children vacation. are on spending the beach a in three.Ft. Says LOUISVILLE Standard KT.-"With Oil the attention that, lively Chevron and motor gasolines Impress fuels." are the modern fact-

and Mrs. O. D. Martin spent rapidly increasing percentage of
Kathy Kautz was enter- Rid Tillery plans to leave for this past weekend as the guests of motorists in the 18-39 bracket," Electric boats ply the waterways
tained with a hamburger fry and Rldgecrest, N. C., to spend the his parents in West Palm Beach. I' said Ralph Wooton, advertising I of Cypress Gardens for those
slumber party in honor of her 11th summer as a junior counselor at manager of Standard Oil Company I who prefer not to walk.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sullivan
birthday, Friday night May 29, by Camp Rldgecrest for Boys. Reid is I with I (Kentucky), "we decided to slant I _
for' five-week visit
her mother Mrs. Herman Kautz assisted the son of Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Tiller Friday a our 1965 gasoline advertising directly I

by Miss Brenda Sue Kelly. I / her parents in Ocala at this market, and adopted ." .' V ''IM"'Yl"" ''I.Y.!'
There were twelve girls attending.Mel I I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lester and as its theme 'Young Ho! Go
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wilson spent five-week Chevron Put that Young Ho
daughter are spending a
Paul has returned to his this past weekend In Lakeland as
visit with relatives in, Kentucky.Mr. spirit in car!
home visit with hits the and Mrs. I your
following a guests of Mr. Dennis the ad-
"We also feel that with PRINCE THEATRE
mother who recently underwent Womble and attended the 85th and Mrs. Fred Wolfe and vent of affluence and security, continuance -

surgery in Jacksonville birthday dinner of Mrs. Loverne, a children accompanied her mother of youth or even Just PAHOKEE, FLA.
long time family friend. Mrs. C. E. Gibson, to her home la one of the
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Elliott and the illusion of youth-Is
daughter of Gainesville were the Mr. and Mrs. James Latham and Leesburg this past weekend. Mil. greatest desires of people in all
w weekend guests of his parents, Mr. I daughter, Sheila, of Atlanta are Gibson has been the guest of her age brackets. SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
r and Mrs. J. M. Elliott. visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. daughter for the past week. Most motorists assume that pe JUNE 6-7-8

D. Latham, and her parents, I Rachel and Sonny Mills, small troleum products offered at Stand-
Airman Mike Maxson of McCoy Mr.. and Mrs. E. B. Gamble. children of Mr. and Mrs. George ard Oil stations are of top quality, "DEARHEART"
AFB, Orlando, Is recuperatingfrom
and for us merely to repeat this
Mills,. are the guests this week of
recent surgery at the homeof Mr. and "Mrs. Lloyd Hundley
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. belief and back it up with techni-
his parents, Mr and Mrs. Earl spent this past weekend In Ft. Rosco Williams, in Homestead. cal data would leave most custo-
Maxson. Myers.Mr. mers Indifferent.
Mrs R. B. Chastaln, Jr., and "With the great volume of ad- I GLENN FORD AND
Mrs. C. B. Jones and Alton and Mrs. David Ramey of
Jones attended Friday night grad Cocoa were the weekend guests of daughters, Debbie and Jodie of vertising to which people are ex- GERALDINE PAGE
uation exercises for her grandson, I their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Georga Miami were 'the weekend guestsof posed today, we believe they would
I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
prefer to be amused
by whimsy,
Harold Jones, in Clewiston. Ramey and Mr. and Mrs. Rupert
Platt in Pahokee. rahter than technically Informed
'I'Mr and Mrs. Bob and Mock. ; l.Ii.v..lI.vlll: i
Meyer I through factual data or scientific i
son, Butch, of Hialeah were the I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten had as
weekend guests of her parents Mr. weekend guests, her brother and Miss Olga Sheffield .;. .

and Mrs. J. V. Thomas. sister-in-law', Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hostess To GroupMiss
f Elliott and Elizabeth, of
(Mrs. Martha McIntosh and Miss Jacksonville.
Julia Mathis have returned to Olga Sheffled was was
"Cracker Historian"OKEECHOBEE
their home from a weekend visit Mr. and Mrs. Bert Johns and hostess to the Phi Gamma Nu So-

with Mrs. McIntosh's daughterand daughter, Miss Apinee Brock, left rority for their May 24 meeting. BOATS
family, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Thursday for Tampa where Miss Miss Heather Reed served
Stubbs, in Gainesville, Ha. Brock, will be the guest of rela- I ments. Members heard refresh-I
tives while Mr. and Mrs. Johns mittee reports and decided AND SKIPPERS
Mrs. M. D. Geiger has returnedto I
tend their socials
tour north Florida, Alabama, In
her home from several weeks' months. Steamboats Canal Boats Store and
diana and Minnesota, where they ,
stay\ In Everglades Memorial Hos Mrs. Jill Pitts, out
will visit their son, A-lc Thomas going president -
pital.Mrs. Brock, before returning to their was presented with a silver r Church Boats and their Legendary .

Emma Wheeler of Lakelandis home. nut dish by members of the sor- SkippersThe
and ority. This was the last meeting of
the guest of her daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cato and
family, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Elliott. the year. Kissimmee, Bassenger and Tantie.
daughters, plan to leave this week-
Mrs. Marshal Lair and John end for several weeks' visit with .a. The Caloosahatchee and LaBelle

Howell were called to Elba, Ala., relatives in Georgia and South APPRECIATION
by the death of their brother-in- Carolina.Mr. I would like to thank my many Wrecks and Sinkings. Whirlpools and
: M. Mr. Is friends for the kind> expressions of
law, W Hamm. Hamm
and Mrs. Lewis Walker and Hyacinths
sympathy me during my
survived by his wife, Mrs. Dorothy
Hamm., son, Steve, accompanied by Mrs bereavement at the loss of my
Walker's sister, have returned sister Mrs. Phronla Johnson. First Bus Line across the Everglades

Planning to attend the Baptist I from several days stay .in Gaines Willie H. Kemp.
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Assembly at Stetson University 1 e --__ -vREGULAR -_ BY LAWRENCE E. HILL, BELLE GLADE, FLA.

next week in DeLand from the Pa- I Mr. and Mrs.Frank Rozella have ,VVSCS MEETING AUTHOR OF

\ pokes First Baptist Church are I as their guest their son and daughter ,.The, ,canal;.P.oJnt I Methodlit: .,. .. c, JOKEECIIOBEE HURRICANE AND
,I Misses Beverly Wilkinson Linda I -in-law, Mr. and Mrs.>George WSCS' held their rpgular'meetinTuesday CRACKER HISTORY OF OKEECHOBEE *
j'' Keene, Lois Adams and Ginger Rozelle and children of Columbia, at 8 p. tn. In the Sunday .
Willis. The girls will be accom- Tennessee.Mrs. school building with Mrs. Elmer I On Sale at. .
panied by Miss Wilkinson's father,I Maxson presiding. Mrs. W. K.
Ray Thompson, Dean
r J. H. Wilkinson. I Buchanan was in charge of the : Canal! Point Pharmacy
Thompson and Miss Joy Sims left worship and pledge service with
I Mrs. E. A. Jensen is a patient at Monday for a visit with Dorssy Mrs. Maxson serving as hostess. Price $1.95 plus 6c tax.
Good Samaritan Hospital follow-II Thompson and Mr., and Mn. The group voted to disband during
ing surgery Tuesday.. Charles Holmes in St. Petersburg. July. I

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many ways-In'Cotfgreee,In local government, U Patrick: Henry did ,in his famous sjaecil: 1 ,**''

l in neighliorliootf activities. Some speak out for; ,, ;But you speak every bit 18 surely. And every,, ',I \ tI

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Education Worker

Ilr ws Of The Churches 11 PahokeeBaptists_ Is Mrs.Graduated J. G. Ford and Ray Ford'

flew from West Palm Beach Jto
wwwuwu ",,<)>"" .:J'fh -. Bill Earnest has come to the New York City this past weekend
First Baptist Church of Pahokee They continued pn to South L&icMfer -
Church 0* God, e Me t1t ist it 'inch Ch'aiiint **!*? ** MMfofrJgddcati8n.!: teflehtraetts t to attend
Mr."Earnest"to'from Tampa.He received -' the vwJt: tk n- ,f Miss Mary Aim
Barfield HighwayPahokee )aht 11 oift\, Flo m h 1 ffisCI.1t t t' h his education after High Ford from Atlantic Union College.

'' School at University of South I Miss Mary Ann Ford receivedthe
Fla. James W.fiber, Pastor Lawrence Stewart,Paster
'!ithmA ": l SUNDAY: Florida, and Baptist Bible Institute Wayland Ney scholarship
A. L. Stone, Minlater
&45 S at Graceville, Florida. Mr. a rdedtotheootstandlngup r
Phone 924-7908 a. m. Sunday hOOl. fe:45 a. m.-Sunday School
Earnest will be most of his division student in foreign lan
SUNDAY 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00:: a. m.-Morning Worship giving
9:45: a. m.-Sunday Sehool '6:00 'p. m.=:Evening Worship 6&0 p. m.-Training Union time to the Educational knd Youth guage. She also honors graduated in history.with
rUESDAY Work of the church. departmental
: 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship
: a. m.-Morning Worship 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society WEDNESDAY: '),fro and >Mrs. Earnest are livingat Mary Ann will do graduate workIn
7:30: VIceTUESDAY p. Evangelistic Ser- 1st Tuesday'WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.-Prayer :Meeting the Keen Mobile Home. Park in French 3 at the University of

: : o Pahokee. A reception will be held Connecticut this. .coming- year.
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting in Fellowship Hall after the Wor-
7:30: p. m.--Prayer Servfe Church Of Christ ship Service Sunday evening hon- I HOME FROM FUNERAL .
THURSDAY: oring Mr. and Mrs. Ernest. I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend haveI
7:30: p. m.-Youth for Christ First Baptist 125 N. W. Avenue D .. I I returned from Gainesville where

Service. Church, Canal PointElder Phone WY 6-3867 VISITS HIS I'ARENT3D111'Maxson they were called by the death of
Belle Glade, Via. ton of Mr. and Mrs. her sister, Mrs. Ruth SwindellFuneral
St. Peter's Lutheran SUNDAY SERVICES services were held ''it
R. E. Barfield Leonard Maxson, is the guest of
Church Belle Glaae SUNDAY: 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study his parents this month following Johnson Funeral Home, GaInes-
9:45: a. m. Sunday School 11:00 a. hi.-Morning Worship the completion of his Junior year ville at 3 p. m. Monday.
August Koerber- Pastor 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 7:80 p. mEvening Worship at Emory University with a 2.64 Other local relatives attending
'. 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade 6:30: p. m.-B. 1. C. I WEDNESDAY average which placed him on the services were Mrs. Swindell's
SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. 7:30 p. m.-.:.Bible. .. Study. honor roll. Bill will leave in Julyto brother, Fred Smith, of Canal
I;, Divine Services 11 A. M. rUESDAYS: o begin his senior year. Point and sister Mrs. J. W. Cru-
School 9:45 A. M. 7:30 p. m.-Choir pracUoe. .. thirds.
The Pahokee Church .
holy Nativity 7.30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer Of The Nazarene and Mrm B. C. Sims and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maxson and
Service. .-.;;.. Mrs. James Sims of Lake Worth son, Todd, of Boca Raton were the
.Episcopal Church FHURSDAY;-Every other week Rev. Wlllard Kilpatrick attended funeral services Friday in weekend guests of their parents,
*.r'* PahokeeRev. 7:30 p. m.Ladies Auxiliary 433 Bacom Point Rd. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Maxson and Mr.
Miami for Charles (Chuck) Har-
Meeting. hone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 and Mrs. F. S. Parrish.
rison, age 18, son of Mr. and :Mis. .
William Pickels, Vicar : Pete Harrison. Interment was
SUNDAY South Side ChurchOf 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Mrs. M. C. Carter was the recent
Saturday at 1 p. m. in Orlando.
8:00 A. M. Communion l1ooa. m.-Sunday Worship luncheon guest of Mrs. Helen ,
,: -Holy Charles is survived by his parents,
..S. Christ 6:30 p. m.-Juniors Johnson In Delray Beach.
sister and brother.
one one
700 p. m.-Sunday Evening
Belle G1a across from
First Methodist Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 WEDNESDAY Evangelistic; .

Church Pahokee 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer*
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship }' is
John A. Briley, Pastor 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service "Where you are a stranger! but WEEKENDS OR VACATIONS AT lOw RATES
7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible StudyThompson once."

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9:45 a- m.-Church School "Joint T tod Sktna

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Yvonne To Kindergarten Class ."

7:45 p. m.-Evening. m Worship Wed J. B. Chaplin Of 33 GraduatedMembers Weekend Specialson ,

First Baptist -
Mr. and Mr Joseph Erby of Mrs. Arch Blakey's
Church, Pahokee Thompson, Sr., announce the en- kindergarten performed before a Beautiful '1h
gagement of their daughter, full house Thursday night, May 27, SINGER ISLAND
Guthrie W Colvard. Pastor Yvonne Truett, to James Bailey at 7:45 p. m. m the Pahokee-High

SUNDAY; Chaplin, son of Mr. and Mrs. School auditorium. The children ......... FLORIDA ,,
9:45 a. m.-Sunday: School Charles F. Chaplin, 633 N. E. 119 ranging in age from 4 to 6 years **
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Street, Miami. sang and acted out skits depictingthe

'6:30 p. m.-Training Union Miss Thompson, an honor graduate I various seasons of the year ', Championship 18 Hole GOLF Courses-and ,;
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worhip of Pahokee High School in I Mrs. Blakey,assisted by Mrs.
N WEDNESDAY:. 1962, is now attending Stetson I Wilbur, Maxwell, presented diplomas Fataloiis Ocean and Lake FISHING Daily
7:30 p. m.-Prayer. Service University. She has been active I I to the 33 graduates who will I
.on campus in her Sorority, Delta begin the first gradeIn September SWIMMING, SKIN DIVING. WATER SKIING and BOATING

The Church Of God Delta Delta, served as chaplain and I Following the program Mrs. Lee Mm 6 tch Shorn motel hotel and iptrtmtM accommodationi .t now offered it
PahokeeCanal in the Women's Student Govern Wroten in behalf of the parents, special In ...., ratn. touted dncti on till AtUnttc Oct*. this bland paradise
Of Prophecy, ment, as Junior Representative to presented Mrs. Blakey and Mrs. sumuMted b| 12 foil courses for duly pray Drift-fishini (at special rates. ) charter
Point Road I or wttoirtf rtll\b.W dilitit awry angle' Grind jour own boat TIle,.', oxctlttnttockinf
Executive Council. Maxwell with two mixed floral and biwcMnt licllitlM Ono of, nondit tints bathing sachet li htrt.
John H. Ktnard, pastor Mr. Chaplin is a graduate of I bouquets and thanked them for pus M Inuptmhit. weekend w tongtt to, tilt rita. kitties Visit or write today.
10:00: a. m.-Sunday School North Miami High School and their part in helping develop the 4M ACCOMMOOATIONSI
11:00: a. m. Preaching Service Stetson University. While at Stetson character and minds of the child

7:45: p., Evangelistic j Service he was Commander of his fraternity -, ren. 'AUI IIAOI 1I1S1..I-'UN'S USOOAtIONP.
8:00: p. m. Tu 8:00: p. m. ThursdayvVilB.. active 'in campus 'life, lIe<'*el'vedas Mr dAnd 'M'rs. A. !R Harrington Mr. +s's....... e If.rlAaw.w Mr-. .....s.
Everyone welcome. Special music President of the "Men's Execuive were '$Sunday visitors "Hollywood MAMI >" ,
and singing. Council. For his outstanding where they visited their brotherinlaw '
leadership and I scholarship he was Sidney Prescott, a patientin AlafSIan
tapped Into Omicron Delta Kappa, I the hospital. stAnDIvid'epds
St. Catholic
I tie national Iteadership 'Honorary 1 d. Ii .a .-' '.At.L:_ '. ,' ---,. "oJ. _, ,. .. ( _'.i j .
Church for "Who's Whom ------- r
and: was selected ; -
r 7 Am'ertcn! Colleges and VmVer. f ,.. ,.1 -'i-.L .

Father Francis Fennech, Pastor ities."
Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. The couple plan a candlelight -
Confessions before Mass <*renpny Jon A\iguft *1 jat the
: First, Baptist ChurchJn Pahoke e. Big

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SUNDAY.. Building. wedding diaUy invited and J'to the attend reception.Moth the i :;,t :t \ t"., \Ve kno\v .it is Bearing vacation time, but let's
SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. '
PREACHING-11:00: a. m. 1UU' e +.-- f ) t not forget the regular l weekly or monthly savings -

7:30 p. u. JVIUinPaholteeBasVIeetirig I. that are puiting Those '
you away. savings
SUNDAY B. Y. F. :30 p.In. J '. ) ,.
WED. -PRAYER.IiI"7:80: p. m. ''rues lay : I can dtaw an unusually( large percent of interest

Univ. Fla. To Hold Mrs., E.. B. Gamble presided at ; : light tare "at the :'Everglaftes Federala huge

Light Horse Show Uie 1noiithly'reet'of: 'tthft1tiailoJkee"Bap I 't ;" = *% pert ht. The'nteiVoftfce at Belle Glade or

I tfat. W. -'k. tT. meeffikfiTTuesflaV : : : ; the dther'office In 'Paltolcee.offers you a friendly
r The Third Annual Light "HorUe, inorningln'the tehcttrmry .
Short Course will be held at the of* the churcl%'>[+"oiTowing'the devf3-' service when it '&iycties'to taking care of your
University of Florida eons and by Mrs. Gamble,
Gainesville prayer
I I Ion June 10, 11, and 12. The program I :Mrs. Guthrie Colvard presented savings account. Along with the splendid in- :

,, this year is""mainly on horse the program entitled "Missionary terest you will enjoy doing business with either
breeding and rebated roblehis.: Associates" assisted by Mrs.J.C. llice.I
On Friday evening, the 11th, the Mock. Horace Unwin, Mrs. E. B. .
program beginning at 7:15 p. xa. Gamble and Mrt. Marvin Crad/
sill be aimed at 4-H projects in The program was closed with the '
horse production and horsemanfibip. reading of Isaiah 61-8; "Hro "Am EVEfiGLA'D'ES: : FEDERAL -
I. Send Me." Community Missions(
There .will be a number of outStanding for'the month of June will be the Savings And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS
\ speakers Including Dr. E. continuance of needs for they
H. Honnen, of Denver, Colorado county home. __
"tad Dr. Floyd C. Sager, of Paris Pahokee Belle Glade1Ht
,Ktfcttfety, +*ho itahdlng authorities .in horse production I the weekend guest of his parents, ,
In the country. llr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker.


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Salvatore Tucker retained the Job as street Suzanne StanfieldL. Last Rites Held ATTEND CMA GRADUATION
Keeps commissioner. All employees were Mr. and Mrs. M. Stanley hay
renamed to their present Jobs. W. ValedictorianMiss For Dewey AmmonsFuneral returned from College Park Ga..
Council Head JobAt .to. where they were the house guests
Velva Kay Wroten Suzanne Stanfield, daughter services were held Wed of her sister and family Mr. and
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stan- nesday afternoon in Jacksonville Mrs. H. S. Barrett, and closing(
At a reorganization meeting of Has Birthday PartyMrs. field of Lake Worth,, has been for M. Dewey Ammons who died exercises: for Georgia Military'
the Pahokee city council Carmen named valedictorian for the Senior in that city Sunday. He Is a former academy, where their nephew I'Sa
Salvatore retained his position as Lee Wroten entertainedwith Class of Lake Worth high resident of Canal Point and a a member of the student body.
president of the governing body. a birthday party honoringher school. Suzanne's honor is a coveted brother of Wade Ammons of this
lie is also on the Job again as san. daughter Velva Kay, on her one among students in the: grad- community. A sister, also lives in BIRTHDAY PARTYMr.
nation commissioner. Harry B. sixth birthday anniversary Saturday uating class because of the Dumber Crestview, Florida. Ills widow, and Mrs. J. IL Wilkinson en-
Elarbee police commissioner was morning, May 29. The 23 this year-420 Seniors. Mr. Liddie, also survives. tertained with a birthday ham
named as vice president of the small guests enjoyed games and Stanfield is a first cousin of Mrs. burger cook-out at their home
I council party favors and the traditionalice Paul Rardin of Canal Point, their The Chicago Cubs, which trainedin Friday, May 29, In honor of their
t New Commissioner R. F. Hurt cream and cake. Mrs. Wrotenwas mothers being sisters. Tampa in 191(. traveled by daughter Kathy Wilkinson, who
was named water commissioner assisted by Mrs. Adaline Wro steamer to St. Petersburg to play was celebrating her 11th birthday.The .
''I replacing Joe Thompson, who was ten was assisted by Mrs. Adaline CLASSIFIED ADS PAY the St Louis Browns In spring all-girl guests enjoyed patio
I aadgned to administration. George ten and Mrs. Lee Shirley. BIO DIVIDENDS training dancing.
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