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: December 4, 1964
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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00416
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Cadet Cowart Is I Canal Point Will Consider SafetyIn Honor RotariansFor

Around The GladesBy Named Lieutenant Your PresentsConsider

Honor Paul Rardin ServiceThe
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( Paul ) CadetThomas Michael Cowart, the safety of your
son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cow- - children when buying them Christ-
Have you ever seen a mechanicalbean art, Pahokee, has been appointeda The entire community area is invited mas toys. Mrs. Marylou Shirar,, 35th Anniversary of the
harvester work? They're almost lieutenant in the Cadet Corps of and urged to help observe Assistant Home Demonstration chartering of the Pahokee Rotary
uncanny. Last week seven of Admiral Farragut Academy St. I Paul Rardin Day in the Community Agent, suggests you ask the following club was celebrated yesterday with
these new machines harvested 160 Petersburg, Florida. Lieutenant Building at 12:00: Noon, December questions before you buy n special program under the direc-
acres of beans on the muck in four Cowart is commandiing officer of 13, 1964. This is for everyone toys to be sure they are safe. tion of Past President Paul Rardin
days for a cost of $13 per ton. the Fourth Company. I throughout the Canal Point and Has poisonous lead paint been who has been a member of the club
Compare that with the hand pick- Lieut. Cowart is in the top fifth neighboring areas to share in. If used on the toys? Do dolls and for 30 of the 35 years of its exist-
ing cost of $65 to $70 per ton andy of his class academically in Naval I you feel yourself a relative new- stuffed animals have button eyes ence. Fourteen members of the
u find quite a saving. Science has attained the rating of comer you are most cordially welcomed that may be bitten off and swallowed club were honored for their long i
Quartermaster, Second Class, is a to attend and meet this by young children? Does the time association in Rotary and all
Pete demons and Q. J. Hazellis member of the Academy varsity I lovely couple and tends of all. electrical toy carry the Under- who have been members for more
are now operating the Glades Cat- football, basketball, and baseball The dinner, which will be a favo- writer's label insuring its safety? than 15 years, received a gold Rotary I
tle Market located between Paho- team. He has been awarded the rite basket lunch affair, will begin Are there operating instructionsfor International pin marking the I
kee and Belle Glade on SR15. Since Radford Star, the highest all-] promptly at Noon. this toy? Do metal cars and number of years they have been in
its inception the market had been round award at the Academy. He The program, with Phil O'Con- trucks have sharp corners which the club.
operated by the Glades Livestock is a member of the Academy rifle. nell as guest speaker which is to can cut the child? Is the child for The memory of Otto Bleech, 23- I
Market Association composed of I and sailing teams, and this year is I begin a$ soon as everyone is serv- whom you bought the B B gun or year Rotarian, who died this year
many of the Glades' leading cattle- : vice-president of his. class. I I ed, will highlight!' Mr. Rardin's 20 the .22 caliber rifle old enough tn will be honored when the Board :
men. I - I II years of Public service! as County learn how to handle a gun safely? of Directors of the club presentMrs. \
I Flood Plain Commissioner of District 5 of Palm Giving proper consideration to Bleech with a gold pin denoting I
John E. Wilson is all smiles Map Beach County. toys before buying them may pre- Mr. Bleech's 23 years of mem-
these days as his new distribution After the dinner and program, vent many accidents. bership in the club.
plant and service station begin to Idea Presented those desiring will go on to the .. In marking the anniversary of
form on the site of the old Pure Oil Dedication of Paul Rardin Park on the club it was pointed out that
plant on Main street in Pahokee. State Road 715, south of Pahokee, Pink Ladies Will Homestead Rotary club was the
When completed the new Pure Oil County commissioners heard a to be followed by a reception and sponsoring!! club for formation of
place will be one of the most mod- proposal :Monday to draft a com- Open House at the Glades Office i Serve Hospital the Pahokee group. Howard Sharp
ern in Palm Beach county with a prehensive county flood plain map Building near Belle Glade immedi- former Canal Point newspaperman
service station constructed to fit that would show the top potential ately following the dedication cere- wan the first president of the
the triangle between Main Street flood level at any point in Palm monies at the Park. The Pink Ladies will begin workin Pahokee club and George C. Mc-
and the soon-to-be constructed Beach County. This day of fellowship will be an the present hospital by the first Larty of Lake Worth, was the
Larrimore Road. The plan for the map was pre- occasion for neighbors and friends, of the year according to an an- vice president.. Marshall Lair was
sented by County Engineer George: to share with the Rardins their : nouncement made at the recent secretary, and E. G. Kilpatrick was
Harvest Sales, Inc., in Pahokee Frost and John Adair of Lake appreciation of his service to the meeting of the Everglades Memorial treasurer. Directors were: B. Elliott -
under the direction of ,Robert- Worth. an engineer and a school District and the" convictions for Hospital Auxiliary Tuesday:;! C." A. H. Jordan- and,, Herman +...v
:Mackey sent out a record load of board trustee.A .' which he has stood. night in the fellowship hall of the Gold:
squash last week when they load- developer looking at the map This Testimonial Dinner is being Pahokee First Baptist Church., Other charter members of the
ed 735 bushels of Acorn squashin Frost said, would be able to determine -I planned by representatives of the Mrs. Earl Maxson presided at club now living are: W P. Jerni- 1
one car. The price wasn't bad how much elevation work following organizations: First i the meeting and announced the gan and L. L. Shirley. Charter :
either. Mr. Mackey said, in record- he would be required to do in any Baptist Church. Canal Point Meth- chairmen of the standing commit- members who have passed away ,j
ing $3.00 to the grower. particular spot in the county. odist Church, Canal Point Baptist tees. They are as follows: Mrs. were: J. W. Cochan, Jack Barrett,
Adair said he had been work- Church. The Lions Club Canal: Leon Spooner, Nominating; Mrs. Bert Lapp, Dr. Jones Moorefield. I.
Former Pahokee Police Chief ing on the idea for four' years. Point> Garden Club, Parent Teach- Joe Tom Boynton, Program; Mrs. Wlllard Smith, Abe Dobrow Har- 1
Leon Guthrie is in the mercantile "This will be more and more er's Association of Canal Point Ray Ursry, Ways and Means; Mrs.F. ley T. Williams, S. W Powell and ,
business on the west coast of Flor- helpful as population spreads to I I School, and a host of neighbors H. Poteete, Finance; Mrs. Lester L. L. Stuckey.
ida near Tampa. He recently pur- the unincorporated areas," Frost I and friends. I Hand, Hospitality; Mrs. Paul Rar Miss Faye Harris, Pahokee High
chased a grocery store and filling said. He added any layman wouldbe I -Committee In Charge din, Membership; Mrs. J. H. Miller, School Senior, rendered piano selec-
station and moved from Pahokee able to read the contour map. Of Arrangements.Beans Sewing; Mrs. George Ramey, Pub- tions as a part of the program.She .
last week to take charge of the I Commissioners were in favor of I licity; Mrs. H. E. Unwin, Public played a classical selectionand
new place this week. I the plan. However they tabled it Relations; Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, a medley of lighter tunes proceeding j
until E. W. (Bud) Weaver who $6.40 Hamper Historian; Mrs. Clifford Simonds, the presentation of Rotary
Thurmond Knight of Lake Park will succeed outgoing Commissioner Uniforms; and Mrs. Ed Jensen, pins.The
was recently elected president of Paul Rardin in January is seat- Service.In fourteen members who received
the North Palm Beach County ed on the commission. Monday $5.35 Tues.The other announcements it was pins and the number of
Realtors. Thurmond is a former .' Commissioner E. F. Van Kessel learned that the sewing group ha" years they have been Rotariansare
resident of Pahokee and a 33-year was doubtful that it would be fair made 12 sheets and are presently as follows:
Rotarian. His friends will be hap- to ask cities along the coast to highest price of the season working on six pairs of pajams. NAME YRS.J. .
py to know that he has been nam- help pay for the flood plain map. was paid for green snap beans on Ladies willing to sew may contact V. Thomas ..____ 32
ed the head man of the North He said they "won't benefit from Monday of this week at Lake Okee- Mrs. J. H. Miller phone 9245746. W. C. Young -. 32
County group of realtors. this." chobee Farmers Cooperative in The Auxiliary will continue meet- Paul Rardin __.:_._ 30 .
Adair said the map might pre- I Canal Point when they sold for ing at the Fellowship Hall of the Olaf Boe .....__.... -.-.. 26
; Official word from the cane producing vent problems which cost all tax- $6.40 per hamper., The price held church with no meeting InDecember. Joe Alderman -_ 25 .';,' ....",
: area of Louisiana is to the payers money. He also said Dade fairly well on some more Harvesters Next meeting will be .January C. G. Willis ._._.;:. ........ : .2.
effect that they had ''hoped to mill and Broward counties already have on Tuesday when they sold 26. Joe Kahn' ..:-._- -:..,-----.. 23 1"e
850,000 tons of sugar this season flood plain planning. at a dandy price of 535. Members present were fitted for O. B. McClure ., w--- 22
but will be lucky to get 45O.OOO. County Engineer Frost pointedout Price on corn tumbled down to their :uniforms which will be pink Don Hillier 20
The decrease in tonnage is due to the map could be drawn up to $2.00 during the past few days pinafores and white blouses. Mem- Claude ShlrleySr.: ..... -. 19
severe weather conditions brought include either the entire county oronly when the production became heavy. bers not present are being askedto Elmer Jones _._,._____ 19 .p
about by the fall's hurricane. those trouble spots plagued I Some growers ay that the yieldis contact Mrs. Simonds in order James Moore __-___ 18 ,
with flooding.: not what it has been in past that all uniforms may be ordered. Bascom Belcher .-... M.--- 'oo 17 /
Visitors at the 441 Steak Housein . I years. Members working in the hospitalare Thadd Whidden __oo 17 '
Pahokee will be delighted with .Don't Throw Away : Celery has been going along at required to wear the specified . ...
the new appearance of the interior. an average price of around $2.75 uniform. Each member was askedto Baptists GroupTo
New drapes have been made and Useful Articles, per crate according to official an- study and know the auxiliary
hung and the popular restaurant'H nouncement and growers are saidto rules and to contact Mrs. Maxsonas Assist MigrantsThe
to receive a new coat of paint. .A If you are cleaning out old toysto be fairly happy with this return. to the time they will be able to
new floor covering is also in the make room for Santa's new I Cucumbers being brought in off work. Jones-Scoggins Circle of the
offing for the 441. ones, don't throw them awaythePalm I the sand lands of Martin countyare Canal Point Baptist Woman's Missionary
I Beach County Rehabilitation selling for around $3.00 with - Union voted to sponsor a
RECEIVED BURNS Center needs old toys, furniture, the demand growing a little stronger. I THANKSGIVING VISITORSMrs. project to assist migrant labor
Grey H oil on, son of Mr. and Mrs..1 i I appliances and newspapers in their I B. Elliott. Jr. has returnedto families at the November meetingat
E. F. Hollon Pahokee, is reportedto work with the mentally retarded. -S her home in Tallahassee after the home of Mrs. R. T. Smith r
be improving from 2nd and 3rd The Pahokee Womans Club is spending the Thanksgiving holi- president. Plans were made for a '
degree burns on his leg suffered working with the center to collect ENJOY HUNTING TRIP days with her parents, Mr. and special program to be presented by
, while burning trash in Irs yard these articles'! before Christmas. Interested The following families enjoyed Mrs. Lon Wilson. She was accom- the circle Wednesday night December
I this past Friday. parties are ,asked to con- the Thanksgiving holidays on a panied home by her sister Miss 0, during the W. M. U. observance
. . tact Mrs. LewL" Friend et 924-7236. hunting trip near Orlando! ; Mr. and Linda Wilson and Miss Eloise El- of week of prayer.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scroggin and . Mrs. Bill Shirley Mr. and Mrs. liott who were returning to An- . .
family of Nashville, Tenn.. were: Mrs. C. B. Jones and Alton Jones. George Tucker.' Mr. and Mr"*' Har- drew Co'lege in Cuthbert Ga. Mrs. Miss Judy York of Tampa was
I_ the Thanksgiving holiday guests were the dinner guests of Mr. and Wilkinson, D:-. and Mrs. E. C. Elliott's daughters Lonna and Lora the weekend guest of her parent.
of his sister and brother-i -law. Mr.j Mrs., Claude Jones in Belle Gladeon I Graham Claude Shirley. and J. C. plan to remain'with their grand- Mr. and Mrs. Luther York duringthe
and Mrs. R. J. Maxson. Thanksgiving. Blanton. I parents for an extended visit. past Thanksgiving weekend.


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Friday, December 4, 1961
Page Two The Jjverglades News Canal Pout Florida 3i4S3. -,
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lion, bear and coyote are found In Business Census

Scouts Are Making I the more rugged mountain forestof Covers Many Items

r de Chisto Range.A. .

Plans, For Trip I working ranch, although operated Publications resulting from the

by the National Council, 1963 Census of Business will pro-
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Explorer and Senior Scouts of BSA as the largest boys camp In vide data covering retail trade,
the world, hundreds of head of I wholesale trade, selected services
Gulf Stream Council are begin-
and pack j and public warehousing. The first
Hereford Cattle horses
ning to put together a Council- facilities -i reports in the "Area" series are
burros are maintained, as are
1m [I sponsored expedition to the Phil- for archery, large and small now coming oft the press, with the

mont Scout Ranch near Clmmar- I bore riflery archeology and natural last scheduled for February 1965.
ron. New Mexico during the monthof I sciences. The "Subject" series are due to begin

August next summer. Mountain trout fishing, forestryand in December with the last report -
conservation activity, 'pannlng" scheduled for November 1965.
The Rardin Building In Canal Point Florid The trip will include stops at and photographyare There will also be a "Major Retail -
for ,
o. : ] major points of interest enroute gold Center Statistics" series which
such as the Alamo at San Antonio other interesting program
ranch, Gask- will consist of a separate report
at the
tures available
Carlsbad Caverns; Juarez, Mexico; .
THE EVERGLADES Taos and :'Alberqueque.Arriving ins said. for each 113 standard metropolitan
NEWSServing at the 138,000 acre Reservations for the Expeditionare statistical areas and a summary
the Gulf report. Included will be maps show-
taken at
ranch near Cimmarron, New now being
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the Lake Okeechobee FarmingRegion Without
Council's Service Center. Ing the total area covered and defining -
co, the 30 boys and three men Stream
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years J and the central business dis-
making up the local,'contingent will Boys must be 14 years age
Established o March 11, 1924 -' Published Every Friday take part In 'a, 12 day trek of have completed the 8th grade In tricts. The first report of this
Subscription Price $2.OO.Year In AdvanceThe Rocky Mountain style camping In I June to be eligible. A good back- series is exepcted in January 1965
and the last report in April 1965.
ground of Scout Camping Is high
country made famous by the early ,
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office
f desirable. All of the above-mentioned reports -
In Canal Florida explorers and "Long Hunters. ty
Point. as Second Class Matter j for
According to C. M. Gaskins I Boys with reservations to date! will be available purchase'through
Paul Rardin include Rick Stephens *nd Bill the Miami Field Office, U.
Owner, Editor, Publisher Scout Executive of the 7 County :
ocal council. Phllmont Ranch of- Hunter. Boynton Beach; Ted Mat- S. Department of Commerce, 1628

fers a challenge to physical stam- tson Ken Swett Bruce Nielsen, Federal Office Building, accordingto

I Here Is What Transpired At ina and outdoor skills unmatchedby Tom Prultt Ed Jarvis, West Palm Marion A. Leonard, Director.
Monday'sMeetin.g any other camp in the world. Beach; Larry Bishop, Lake Park, However, orders are being accepted -
Of The Palm Beach Wildlife abundant on the plains Mike Ogle, Bill Haas, Jr., Mike for "Area" reports only at this
sector includes antelope and leison Haas: Jupiter; Daniel Dexter and time as prices are not yet known
while black tall deer, mountain Glenn Wolf of Belle Glade. for the other reports.tLThIEE.
County Commission I

Civic and religious organizationsurged Commissioner George Warren.
county commissioners Mon- who also said he was in favor of
day to take immediate action to improving the situation, pointed
establish a new county juvenile detention out the, county must still determinethe '!
center. site for a new home and its cost
The, Rev. Jack C.,, Loadman of before acting.
Lake Park and Rev. L. J. Alfordof County Engineer George Frost
: Phone 6-2550 Belle Glade ;
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West Palm Beach asked what said an architect studying the
happened to the $100,000 commis-I problem has recommended a three- ?'
sioners had budgeted. last summer man volunteer group to come up T SALES and SERVICE
for the new center with a plan that would meet needs >

Mrs. W. B. Pate of the Palm for the next 20 years., & Heating Air Conditioning AppliancesA>
Beach County Council, of Parent- The present makeshift juvenile

Teacher W.'. Glasner Associations, representing,. and a Mrs Unitar-: R. International detention facility Airport at has Palm been Beach th<' .A.-.ft..A.. .4.;-s.;- ,t 4-ft.......s.,i f.1/-..' s.,f s".'......s aM. .s M.."."s i.1/.' s.,,.- t,#s..,..- s....- **,a sY i s M.s Y t s.,s 4._.- *"*.i-,,:*s....J'.!...i...}"". ,s.*..pY'.". 1........

ian social committee also pushedfor scene, of several breakouts by Ju- -.-- -. - .----
a new juvenile,home. veniles. Last spring, inmates dam-
"We deplore these present facilities aged the beds and dormitories In a
," Mrs. Pate said. riot. '
o She said if boys can be rehabil-' Commissioners said funds for c lor bigger profits in 65.
itated before they become criminals r.ew center will be included in a

the county, would save moneyin proposed revenue bond Issue for
, the long run. CommissionerLake I construction of county buildings.
, Lytal agreed. prompt action Is .. -
needed. Miss Patsy Keene 1(1 ,)) ).

Honored At ShowerThe ..
home of Mrs. Hugo Boe was 'ta y 1 k' a. w
the scene of a calling shower honoring -
Notice Is I hereby given that the "
Miss Patsy Keene ,
undersigned, under the provisionsof John Hundley. Friday, Novem- 'q'1a.R t :'. .f1G$ ..aw" s
Chapter 2O.953, Laws of Florida ber 27. The honoree greeted guests ..,
Acts of 1941, will register with the with her mother Mrs. Leland
Clerk of the Circuit Court; in and Keene and Mrs. Boe and Mrs. John t
for Palm Beach County Florida, '
; Hundley.' Each wore"an orchid corsage vr" *
upon receipt of proof of:publication : Miss Linda Keene sister of
of' this notice the fictitious name the bride elect served at the guest q T i,
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ASSOCIATED. BUILDINGMAINTENANCE The refreshment table featuredan t: i, IA

:, arrangement of sliver candel-

Lake Worth, Florida abra, mums and sweetheart roses, a a r r,?..is4t
Under which we are,engaged in
of roses gracedthe
floral arrangement M4
business in, Lake Worth. Palm coffee table In the living room.A t; : : t r

Beach County Florida. That the silver serving dish was presented S: ;pl'.ri' + .:a rJ:
parties interested in; said! business Miss Keene by the hostesses t R o..

are Patsy Sue Wayman and. Al who'were: Mrs. Minter Collins, tT"
Douglass. That,,the firm. name is k r
Robert lf ,
;Mrs. Leo Maxwell; Mrs. +Y R: + 'r tt3a,
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Associated, Building;' Maintenance. Hatton, Mrs. H. M MCIntosh Mrs., ,1t
To be published,,once:&week for w. H. Kemp Mrs Robert Simon-'

four; successive, weeks. fa'a news- son, Mrs. J. L. Humphrey Sr.. Mrs. ,

paper Paint Beach of general.,County.circulation: ,. in Corley': Watson'Boe.Monday ,.:Mrs David Unwin I TH 'T let Reddy "

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Are regularly held at the Glades., Livestock Market, .
Every year the traditional family farm is becoming, a more

You'll enjoy: the excellent service you receive here electrified operation . because with :Reddy help.you can .

at this Market. We make an effort at all times-- to get more'out.of your time,.and cash investment.Reddy's '',. :

give an outstanding service to buyer and.seller. Give
-services,are now. a bigger. bargain than ever due
us a trial.SALES.
to our recent $10 million electric rate reduction ((4th major f J.

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So count on Reddy to.do more for you in 1965. .increasing '

production, reducing costs, building profits.7'k4'kOfa7' .

Glades Livestock Market .)1'' .

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Friday, December 4,19t34
) Page= Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438II
incorrect. His book, which was reprinted -I I The company has proposed increases -
Florida Was Not I this year by the Universityof I I on additional word rates

Bought For CashMost Florida Press as one of the for press messages and a 10 per-
( PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I ; Quadricentennial Editions of the cent increase in charges for money

students learn that the! Floridian Series, inspired other orders.
United States purchased Florida historians to research the facts ofFlorida's Western Union also wants an increase -
j from 15: cents to 25 cents
Mrs. Charles Murphy of Rochester from Spain in 1819 for $5 million. "purchase.
I Mr. and Mrs. Ron TerHaar Florida" was for furnishing confirmation
spent "The Purchase of copies
I N. Y. is the guest of her It Just isn't !to.'!
this weekend In Palm Beach.I T. Jordan, filed by telephone plus
I : past ed- edited by Wcymouth Jof messages
her son-1 1-law and daughter Mr. Rembert W. Patrick, general '
and Mrs. Eugene Reed and family.I Miss Cyndy Friend of West itor of the University of Florida head of the Department of Historyat an additional five cents charge for
I Florida State University, whois messages filed by telephone or
Press' and
I Palm Beach, the -,
:Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers have holidays spent as the guest Thanksgiving of her' Reprint Series, points out in the now in Tubingen, Germany, on I picked up by a company mes-
returned to Miami Springs follow- a Fulbright Fellowship. senger.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis prefa-e to "The Purchase of Flor-
ing a holiday visit with her par- Friend. ida" that, by the provisions of the: -

: ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer. Adam-Onis Treaty in 1821. Spain Western Union To I I Mrs. Lou Lombard and daughters. -

Mrs. John Bacon and daughter, gave the United States title to Lisa and Linda, of Miami were
Jr. has returned -
George to his studies at Emery left Wednesday for Elizabeth, N. Florida in exchange for American :Ask Rate Increase the weekend guests of her parents
'C., to join her husband who is staa- relinquishment of all claims to I Mr.! and Mrs. J. H. Miller.
Medical School, Atlanta, Ga., following .. .
a visit with his parents, tloned there with the U. S. Coast Texas. Not a penny changed hands TALLAHASSEE A public 1 . -

Mr. and Mrs. George McElhenny,; Guard. They were accompanied by Rubert Bruce Fuller, who wrote hearing on proposed rate Increaseby Capt. and Mrs. Robert Lucas,
Sr. her mother-in-law, Mrs. Gene Ba "The Purchase of Florida" in 1906 Western Union Telegraph Co. guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs.

con of Belle Glade. was a pioneer in this field of Flor- will be held in Jacksonville Dec. 17 Glenn Powell, are spending several

Mr. and Mrs. Will Nason and son ida history, although his title was by the Public Utilities Commission. i days in Nassau this week.
Mrs. Letha B. Kepp of Wauchulais

Nat of West Palm Beach were the the guest of her son and daught- ____ -u_ ________ _

:Maxson.her Thanksgiving parents, Mr.Holiday and- Mrs.guests Earl of I I Kepp.er-in-law Miss Betty, Mr.Echols and Mrs.of Lake Donald Worth B.I gnllU"llIIlil/!"'" II 11"IIIIIIIII11/ "" """UI''m IIII/ II 111111I II 11I1 III m II m I III 1II11II111111 11111111I11111I11111I11I111111 II

:Mrs. Ora Powell has returned spent this past weekend as the

from a trip to Savannah, Ga., guet of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.L. .
where she visited her-motherinlaw D. Echols.

Mrs. Lucian Williams and
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker and Ii
other relatives. Station
son, Ricky, attended the wedding of Service
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levins and her niece, Miss Judy Groover, at I

son Mickey of West Palm Beach St. Juliana Church InVest Palm

were holiday guests of his parents Beach, Saturday. _

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Levins. ; : AND RESTAURANT
:Mrs. J. C. Harris and son. Joseph -
Mr. and Mrs Dale Perry have were the weekend guests of

returned to their home in Ocala her sister and brother, Miss Elinor

following a visit with her parents, Brackin and Steve Brackin.

Mr. and Mrs. J, W. r
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Herring and F

Ron McAnally, former Pahokee family were the guests of her parents ,.$. ... -..---
resident and now living in Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Usher, in -

Ala., spent Sunday and Monday In West Palm Beach Sunday. -
Pahokee visiting friends while ::,' .
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Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Brackin of due to a heart attack. ..1.--

Eagle Lake were the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Foster Lassiter hadas ::" --:. .,'., ==
guests of their son and daughter, -
Thanksgiving guests, his brother -
Miss Elinor Brackin and Steve
Brackin of Pahokee during the and family, Mr. and Mrs. Foy LOCATED ON _. _
Lassiter and children of Florala.
past Thanksgiving weekend.

Mrs. Ruth Meredith and Mrs. Ala.Mr.. and Mrs. Donald (Sonny)
Jennie McKinstry have returned !!
Hitchcock have returned to Mlll- Muck RoadSTATE r

tended from Dallas the trl-annual, Texas, where session they of the at holidays edgeville,with Ga.,his after mother spending Mrs. the W. City

Grand Chapter, Order of P. Hitchcock.
Eastern Star.

Mrs. Sadie Barwick of Okee-
Mrs. Ella Crlppen of Dania returned ( ROAD 717)
chobee spent the Thanksgiving
to her home after
a holiday
holidays with her brotherinlawand
vuit with her sisters and their
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert
ft..'-.lilies, Mrs. Joe Hatton, Sr. and =
Mock and other relatives in Paho
:M..I. Ralph .

and Mrs. John F.; Nye and .- ,,

family of West Palm Beach spent Florida Sun FiestaTo : : :
Thanksgiving as the guests of her ;
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bring TouristsMIAMI

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BEACH-A spectacular
.J Mrs. Arch Blakey has returnedto Jackie Gleason telecast from Mi-

her home after spending several ami Beach: lost week kicked off the
days in the local .
hospital.Mrs. Florida Sun Fiesta, the most ambitious -

Lola Douglas Is visiting tourist promotional drive -

relatives and friends in Branford ever made by the state. -
this week. Details of the Florida Sun Fiesta

contest were presented and the

,; John Hooks and Robert Couture entire Gleason show had a Florida CONNERS HIWAYSTATE
of South Miami and Mr. and Mrs. flavor. The contest is based on

Robert Harris of West Palm Beach identification of Florida scenes.

were Thanksgiving day of Procter & Gamble Co. Is
guests offering -
1:: ,Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Hooks and 1,030 prizes which will be further -: ( ROAD 700) ;-:

other relatives in Canal Point. promoted by magazine advertising, --- ----
displays in thousands of stores -
Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Wednesday for their home Beach In West left across the country and direct mall 300 FEET ON MUCK CITY ROAD AT THE SITE OF -
distribution of coupons to millionsof
Hartford, Conn., alter a ten day

visit: with her sister and brother-in- Five homes.grand prizes In the Florida :i THE OLD TIN BARN. BIG ENOUGH FOR A =
law, Mr. and Mrs. B.
George Ram-
Sun Fiesta contest will be Mackle-
ey and her brother and family, Mr.I I 'STATION AND A RESTAURANT
built Deltona Corp. homes plus$2OOO
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Phllo ,
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homesites. Additional prizes WITH LOTStF PARKING _

Max Beverly of Ochlochnee Ga., will be $1,000 vacations in Florida

,and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edward ,I with the money paid in First National -I PLOT IS 100 FEET DEEP ,:':.

_' Beverly of Atlanta. Ga., have re-I: City travelers checks and = -' =

'turned to their home after being,Sperti sunlamps.The _--.-- ... ---
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& Gamble for the promotion
: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maxwell which is said to be the largest "

'had as their guests during the holIdays government business cooperative :

'law.their and effort ever tackled in the field of FOR FULL INFORMATION CALL i

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stewart of
Ft. Pierce were the recent guests _
.. of her sister and brother-in-law, Mrs. Ralph Myers of Scranton
-f" Mr. and Mrs. Bill Unwin. N. C., and a former Pahokee resi- -
Phone 8 'til 5 924-2661
dent was honored with a "coke" a. m. p. m.

;; Thanksgiving day guests of Mr, party at the home of Mrs. E. D. =

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Christian Science Florida IndustryIs

I i'L News Of The Churches Group Of Canal Point"God Showing GrowthTALLAHASSEEFlorida's

the Only Cause and Creat- recent -
or"4 is the subject of the Bible industrial growth has resultedin

.. Lesson to be read in all Christian the creation of some 800 jobs
Science churches this Sunday. plus the establishment of 13 size-
The Methodist Church South Side ChurchOf Canal Point Golden Text: "Have we not all able new plants, the Florida De-

Canal Point, FloridaJames Christ, Baptist Church one father? hath not one God velopment Commission reports.
created u's7" (Mal 3:10): 'j i Stx' major: expansions were an-

W. :Bangher, Pastor Belle Glade across from Lawrence Stewart, Pastor Selections from the denominational nounced, also during the month of
SUNDAY: ., Bowling Alley on Rd. SO SUNDAY: textbook will include: 'The October.
0:45: a. m.-Sunday School. ., .0:00: a m.-Bible( Study 0:45: a. m.-Sunday School. 'great I AM made all 'that was Largest industrial operation to be
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 1:00: a. m.-Sermon 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship made.: Henco man and the spiritual established was the $10 million
6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship ..' 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service 6:30: p. m.-Training Union universe coexist with God" Science phosphate mining operation at
TUESDAY: 6:30: p. m.-Wed.. .Bible Study 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship and Health with Key to the White Springs. This Is a key industry -

8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st WEDNESDAY: Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, for agricultural Hamilton
TuesdayWEDNESDAY St. Mary's Catholic 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting p. 267)). County and it has created some
4 m 150 new jobs with an annual pay-
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7:30 : ChurchFather 'roll of nearly $800,000.
: p. m.-Prayer Meeting First Baptist
Meanwhile million expendI-
- a $5
Francis Fennech: Pastor Church, Canal PointElder WPB Street Cause ture by International Minerals and

First Methodist Sunday Mass 11:30 .. m. Of Many HeadachesCounty Chemicals in Polk County was an-

Church PahokeeJohn Confessions before Mass R. E. Barfield nounced as well as a 20 per cent
'SUNDAY: commissioners promised expansion of the Lykes Bros. meat

A. Brlley, Pastor Church Of God 0:45: a. m.-Sunday School Monday to resume planning on the packing plant in Tampa that will
SUNDAY: 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship. Chase St. Extension in West Palm add 135 employees to the payroll.
Barfield Highway 6:30: m.-B. '1'. C. .
9:45: a. m.-Church School p. Beach if the city commission requests
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship. 7:90: p. m.-Evening Worship. it. THANK[ YOUI
i 6:45: p. xn.-MYF Pahokee >Fla TUESDAYS: A: week earlier, they had agreedto want to thank my many friends
r 7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship J. W. Hughes, MinUUr 7:30 p. m.-Choir practice. attempt to drop the project for their prayers, the beautiful
TUESDAY: Phone 924-37S4 ''WEDNESDAY: from the county's 15 million dollar flowers and cards Their visits, and
SUNDAY: 7:36 p. m.-Midweek Prayer I other deeds of love, aria
; 7:00: p. aa.-Vesper Choir prac road bond package after hearing many
s liceWEDNESDAY 9:45 a. xn.-Sunday School Service. protests over the alignment of the kindness shown me while in Everglades -
: I 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship THURSDAY:-Every other week proposed street extension.The Memorial Hospital. Thanksto
7:30: Evangelistic Ser- 7:30: p. m.-LadLes Auxiliary I the wonderful nurses for the
i 7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devotions p. pastor of First Baptist
viceTUESDAY .. -Meeting.. Church, Dr. Jess Moody, had told love, and care given me. To Dr.
I : i F. H. Poteete, and pastor Rev.
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir practice county commissioners his congre- my
7:30: p. m.-.Prayer ServiceTHURSDAY The Church Of God I gation objected because the street Guthrie Colvard, I will ever be

I : Of PahokeeCanal would encroach on the church san- grateful to all.
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ Prophecy, ctuary's property.Reconsideration, Mrs. C. H. (Grannie) Tillis
First Baptist Service Point Road of the project I .

Church, Pahokee John H. Kinard, pastor came Monday after West Palm CLASSIFIED ADS PAY

The Pahokee ChurchOf 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Beach City Commissioner George BIO DIVIDE
Gutbrie W. Colvard, Pastor 11:00 Williams appeared at the county
4 : a. m.-Preaching Service
SUNDAY: The NazareneRev. 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service commission meeting in the courth- --- ------
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School house. "
t 31:00: a. m.-Morning1 Worship Willard Kilpatrick 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. Williams said the city commis-
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Classified Ads
Bacom Point Rd.
6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship sion wants the project to go
Phone" 924-7528 P. O. Box, 882 Everyone welcome. Special music I
6:45: p. m.-Training Union and through, and would vote to ask the
4 WEDNESDAY: SUNDAY SERVICES: singing. . for reconsideration. .
county POSITIVELY all want ads or
7:3O: p. m.-Prayer Service 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School County commissioners were ad- classifieds, as you wish to call
. 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship Holy Nativity
vised their
by attorney Harry them, are payable in advance from
Glades Baptist ChurchRev. 6:30: p. m.-Juniors Episcopal Church Johnston, that they could discon- his day forward. Don't phone 'em.
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening tinue the project long the
Pahokee as as Write it and drop a dollar bill in
Evangelistic Service money allocated for it is used for the envelope if you want it run
( Jonathan L. Wolf) WEDNESDAY: another project; in the bond issue I
once. $2 if you want it run twice
:Meets in Pahokee Lions Club 7:30: p. in.-Midweek Prayer Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar package.The and so on.
Building. meeting. SUNDAY: county commission took the
SUNDAY SCHOOL, 9:45: a. m. "Where you are a stranger but 10 a. m.-Sunday School position that West Palm Beach FOR SALE: New and Used "Willys
i PREACHING::00 a. m. and once." 11:00: a. m.-.Worship. Service commissioners must decide if they Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn

I 7:30: p. m. .. want the job done or not. since the Belle Glade, Phone 63058.
SUNDAY B. 'Y. F.6:30: p. m. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY Church; Of Christ city is the one that would benefit Oct. 1754ch.WHATS .
WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m. ,.G' BIO DIVIDENDS most. .X.
I 125 N. W. Avenue D . youdon't
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Phone WY 6-3867 1Y need? A $1.00 classified ad
# n this column will probably find
Belle Glade Fla. Shower
SUNDAY SERVICES Calling you a sale. Just write your ad, enclose -
For Miss ParsonThe a dollar and we'll do the rest.
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study
The Everglades News, Canal Point
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship home of Mrs. H. C. Tillery Fla.

7:30: p. ra.-Bible Study the scene of a calling shower, Sat- REPAIR Service in Clewiston,
urday, Nov. 28, honoring Miss
South Bay, Belle Glade, Pahokeeand
Paula Parson, bride-elect of Rupert Canal Point. the
St. Peter's Lutheran Serving
.. Mock, Jr. An arrangement of flow-
Glades for 20 years. Phone 924-
Church Belle Glade ers in Fall colors was featured on
H. L. Pitts, old Belle Glade
the refreshment table which was
road. St. Oct. 16-ch.tf
August Koerber Pastor laid with a lace cloth. Hostesses

( I 601 W.: Lake>! Rd., Held Guide with Mrs. Tilfoty were .,.. Rudy I BOOM AND BOARD, Family
;SUNDAY: ,FauUc. Mrs. A. .Ei Kircnwwra, :Mrs; Style Meals. Inquire Shell Service
Divine Services 11 A. M. Ralph Kirk, Mrs. Luke Thonton Station Canal Point or Call 924-
School 9:45: A. M. and Mrs. Gladys Williams. 7238 or 9249403. N20tf3
$8.1LSE 1
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: e a U. S. Savings, Roads when: there are .t' :,


so many other good/ Investments,?' ,,


To help your country is one But if you're like most people,! )
Answer-and a good one. you'll}hang1 on to your Savings, .
But Bonds have other RltB01ids for the big things you Everglades Federal is the'pla e to earn a high dividendon

vantages that make them want,!in yourfuture.,;
worth your consideration. And, of course Bonds area your savings. Drop by today at our Pahokee office or

For instance, they otTer you : safe investment-as.' long;
I just about the easiest way to as there's a United States of at the Home office at Belle Glade and let us show you how
save money: either with the America.
'" Payroll Savings Plan where !it is
you just ask your employer to Which brings us back to easy to systematically
put part of your wages aside your country again. Bonds 41 R
toward a Bond or through help defend freedom at a tima C t sa-ye a certain amount for that
regular purchase of Bonds at when the enemies of ;freedom .
rainy day.EVERGLADES
your bank. are stronger than ever. .

Another unique advantage Buy Savings Bonds. The
of U. S. Savings Bonds is the banks or savings institution
way they stick with you. You that sell them don't charge
can get your money any time. you a penny; for the service FEDERAL

Savings And Loan Association

Keep freedom In future with

\ U.S. SAVINGS BONDS Pahokee Belle Glade COUP.

I TJk. V R. (7erarn..nt/ doe not payor lAu Let Your Money Earn 41/2% Payable SemiAnnuallyr
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on U.S. Savings BondsThe '.

Treasury explains why the new ones you buy and the ones

you own now are better than ever

Q:How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit''me? check every six months for the life 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 ,
$25.00 fourteen month* faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide
Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living: expenses, while' 'Bonds buid.
nest*egg-for-the future. That's why retired
mature in just 7 years, 9 months. many
peopteJaold: :I)Bonds and'families saving for; say'a.child's
With Series H Bonds
10-year maturity period education, buy E Bonds.
stays th ,same but more interest paid you each
six months.With both E and H Bonds the new.rate Q:In what denominations can I buy series B and series
works out to 5H* %for-the first year and half then H Bonds?

a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. At B Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $100 -
Q:When did the new rate become effective: ? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost .$150.00), $500
A: -1,1959. (coat 375.00, $1,000 (cost $750.00). ."
: _ $10,000 (cost$7,50Q.OO. .' I.
fe Does the new rate change the Bonds I bought u.HBcaI ; $500, $1,000, $6000 and $10,000. They .It ; h:

.. fore June 1,1959? are,priced at face value. ._ ___" ___.
-- ,.. .r: A;All.older E and Bonds' pay more new-an extra fe How; 'safe are U.S. Savings Honda? .
&%from now on, when held'to maturity.The fat- :
( ' crease takes effect in the first full interest period As Savings Bonds are an absolutely riskless, way taaavev
afterJ'anel. The United States Government guarantees
tbe":![ash.value of your Bonds will'not drop, that it

J' rate? What if lilT Bonds should be lost, stolen or destroyed ;
A: Yes. You!' don't need to do a thing just' held' en te ? fAs :

your Bonds. You can't lo... Every Bond: purchased is recorded "
fe When...mv B Bonds mature, will they keep on eaaa- by tfaa Treasury.' If anything 'happens to you*
lag ia Vsna P t? Bonds,they are replaced+ '". .

A:Ye&An autOm tlc 1y.ar ezt4m.Idd.w... Where cast I bur Bonds? i

.. Into'elect along '1h.Dewln--nte. TSie AeI B Bends takes afewmhvfmas.
t beep eas- Buy at any 'r only "".
"...... meaD8yourBBOD4awmautoma ,Buy:them.automaticaHythrooj tbe .yro. ,. c,
: fag interest rater ma'--J- Savings;.PlaJ1w1- if ',j J

.. .With the new interest aloe. d oufd I CIMh la .y'" erg biwaQ' amo. '='i- '

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it is to advantage e .
='anH in almost every se jow .
ta'retain; your,SM+ iiitBcmd& .H.w 4a X faafo strengthen Asaacica'a P"""po.- .
sHow are seriss H .... dbferost from ..... BAt when'I
Bo.idiT At Paaos oas4a j wy-:nMiMsr for p".' ; s +engbit .
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;Judy Carloe.Allen Council Of 100 APPRECIATIONI I Schlitz Brewing Co. I Holiday guests of the L. L. Shir-
want to thank my friends for Since the derby began in 1961, leys were, Mr. ,and Mrs. Bob Shir-
Weds Robt. L. Cote Has New Members their visits flowers and phone more than 6,400 tagged salt and I ley and family of Ft. Meade, Mr.

calls while I was in the hospital.I fresh water fish have been caught and Mrs. Richard Thierry and family -
:Miss Judy Carloe Allen and Rob- ST. PETERSBURG-Four reg- also want to thank the wonderful and returned to state agencies by' of Sarasota and Mrs. Alice Par-
ert L. Cote wore wed Saturday at ular members and one ex-officio I i nurses and Dr. Poteete who were fishermen who received over $234- rish of Gainesville. They were join-
a 4 p. m. ceremony held at the member have been appointed to 0 so faithful to me, and the colored 000 from Schlitz in awards. Prizes ed for a family Thanksgiving-
Blessed Sacrament Catholic chur- the Florida Council of 100. help for their kindness. May God have ranged from $25 to $10,000. ner by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shirleyand
ch In Burlington, N .C. New members are W. J. Bowen, bless them all. Salt water studies under the pro- children and Mr. and Mrs.:
The bridegroom is the son of president of Florida Gas Co., Winter :Mrs. Addie Hitchcock gram have been conducted by the Curtis Russom.PRINCE .
Mrs. Della Cote Langevin of Rum- Park; Willard D. Dover, Ft. State Board of Conservation which

ford, Maine and the late Mr.: Cote. Lauderdale attorney; Floyd D. How Good Are Your also has compiled several scientifi
He served four years in the U. S. HaJJ, president of Eastern Air publications on its findings.The ,W..I:JM.'I'M.'IJ 'IJWI 'IW-'IJM.'IW-'IJM.'IJM.'I'--l.1J
Coast Guard, attended Florida Lines; and Louis Perini, Jr., land Fishing Chances? fresh water study revealed
State University, Tallahassee, and developer of West Palm Beach. that 28,805 tagged fish were released -

is now employed by Metropolitan Appointed as an ex-officio mem- TALLAHASSEE-The: odds are and 3,586 were returned by THEATRE
Life Insurance Co. here. ber of the Council is Frank Foster, fishermen for examination after
8 to 1 against the fisherman that
The bride, daughter of Mr. and president of the Florida State Junior the Florida fresh water being caught. Of these, 9,079 largemouth
Mrs. Clyde Allen of Graham, N. C. Chamber of Commerce.The average of bass were released, and 2.- PAHOKEE, FLA.
game fish will end up on the end
is a graduate of Dell School of appointments were announced a hook'and line. 537 returned to make up the larg-

Medical Technology, Asheville, N. by Raleigh W. Greene, Jr., This probability rate of catchinga est catch of any tagged variety. SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
C. and was employed as a medical chairman of the Council of 100. Blue gills had the best record for
fish has been established by the i
. I DECEMBER 6-7-8
In Burlington. 507 of
technologist escaping with
Florida Game and Fresh Water capture, only '
Given in marriage by her father, (.
Paula Parson Is Fish Commission in announcing 11,658. "THECARPETBAGGERS"
the bride wore a white satin full- - .
results of a four-year scientific I
bodice of Honored At Shower
with fitted
length gown study of fish conservation, their I CANAL POINT PTA
lace over satin and long pointed growth rates, migration, survivaland I I The Canal Point P. T. A. will GEORGE PEPPARDCARROLL
efleeves. The chapel train flowed Among social events of the holi- rate of harvest. I meet December 14 at which time
from the waist line. Her headpiecewas day season was the miscellaneous The facts were established in I a Christmas program will be presented BAKER, & ALAN LADDIN
a satin pillbox covered with shower and tea honoring Miss OOLOR'IJWJY'i'JJ..IJYJIWJIJ
by the students.CLASSIFIED ( )
the project involving the fish tagging -
lace holding a waist-length veil. Paula Parson, bride-elect of Rupert .
She carried a cascade of flowers Mock, Jr., which took place at the program of the annual Schlitz I ADS IN THESE
Florida Fishing Derby in which
centered with a white orchid. home of Mrs. Hubert C. Tillery in
Allen all costs are defrayed by the Jos. COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS : .IJM.4jJ..Y I Il..I VY
Maid of honor was Kathy Belle Glade. Assisting Mrs. Tillery I

sister of the bride who wore a were Mrs. Rudolph Faulk, Mrs. A. -. -- .-
green velveteen dress with fitted I E. Kirchman, Mrs. Ralph Kirk, 1.
bodice and elbow length sleeves. Mrs. Luke Thornton and Mrs.
Her headdress was band covered Gladys Williams. Mrs. Williams

with velveteen and green net. She Cowart presided at the guestbook.In .
I carried a bouquet of white mums. the receiving line along with More the
Other attendants were Miss Sar- Miss Parson was her mother, Mrs. on wayeveryday

ah Cooper, Miss Jimmie Cooper L. P. Par-on! ; Mrs. Rupert Mock, .
and Mrs. James Horner, all cous- Sr., mother of the groom and Mrs. '
ins of, the bride and Mrs. Howard Tillery. v" !
Isley. They all wore dresses identi- Silver service was used in both '
cal to- that of the maid of honor the' coffee service! and the punch
and carried a single! white! chrys which was served from silver cups.
anth mum. Flower girls were Janet The tea table was laid with a lace Thanks for waiting !
Allen, sister of the bride; and cloth, and the centerpiece carried
Karen Cooper, a cousin. They wore out the fall theme. A low sterling (
dresses similar to the attendants. silver bowl filled with yellow
Rln bearer was Joel Williams. mums and rust colored asters interspersed -
Gerald Cote of Rumford, brotherof with white snapdragonwas Your wait for one of these new 1965 Chevrolets is about over-and we want to

the bridegroom, was best man augmented with three tall thank you, for your patience. Come see us now. When you get behind the wheel,
Allen and Ray
were Larry lighted white tapers. On the ad-
Allen brothers of the bride; Dan- joining buffet was a tall line arrangement you'll be glad you waited!
/ ny Allen cousin of the bride; and of canibolas. The large

Boyd Cooper. Following the cere- cake was decorated around the
mony a reception was held at the edges with miniature white wedding ,
f home of Mr and Mrs. A. G. Cooper. bells. Fall colors were carried
out in the other decorations com-

Miss Iva Hand Is posed of. falling leaves and an un-
brella the "shower" \f'
Wed To E. C. PittmanMiss suggesting .
theme. :Mrs. Kirk presided at th3

coffee service, Mrs. Thornton serv-
: Iva Hand and Ernest Cur- ed at the coffee service, Mrs.

I man Pittman, Jr., were married in Thornton served the punch and the Impala Sport Coupe

a candlelight ceremony at the cake was cut by Mrs. Williams.
Guests were ushered to the gift Its I wider lower. It's swankier You could
First Baptist Church in Pahokee Chevrolet : longer, more spacious. !
I I room by Mrs. Kirchman.The 65 mistake it for an expensive car-If it weren't for the price.
( Saturday at 7:30: p. m. They re- honoree's corsage was composed -

peated vows after Rev. Guthrie # of miniature white mumsUed1With
Colvard, pastor, before an afar white 'and silver ribbons. J
decorated with baskets of pink! Mrs.fi" Parson and Mrs. Mock wore
gladioli', white mums and potted shoulder corsages of yellow mums \ .r.r.t .rt
palms. and rust-colored asters. The host-
She was graduated from Pa- esses' corsages were a single yellow
hokee High School in 1063 and mum with sprigs of dyed wheat.
is a member of Phi Gamma Nu The fall theme was also carried
chapter Beta Sigma Phi sororityand out in the flower' arrangement at
Malibu Sport Coupe
an employe at Boe's in Paho- the guest book table.
This event was the first in a ..
kee.The bridegroom, son of Mr. series planned for :Miss Parson, fftAi/offA Fresh-minted} styling.! V8's available with up to 350 hp. A softer,
and Mrs. Ernest C. Pittman, Sr., whose marriage to Mr. Mock will 65 wfltrtf:' quieter ride. And it's as easy-handling as ever.

also was graduated from Pahokee take place at the Community
High School in 1963 and is a mem- Methodist Church at 4 p. m., Sat-
ber of Refrigeration Service En- urday, December 12. i
gineers Society and is presently Other events planned for Paula .
employed by Boe's. Inc. will be a "coke" party on Satur-
,.,Miss; Billle Hand, aunt;; of the day at the home of Mrs. Donald
..gl V bride and maid of honor. wore an Kepp, aunt of the groom and the :f""I." ... : .
..r"1I. ;>..
fg. : w aqua satin gown with. bell-shaped bridesmaid's luncheon on Friday, \ .. ." .;."':.;?.:" :
, \ skirt and matching aqua lacer Decembmer 11 at the Royal Palm 04
overblouse. Her hat was of aqua Beach Inn, when Mrs. Lewis Friend
(: tulle and velvet ribbon and she and her daughter Cyndy, will be Nova Sport Coupe
,r carried a bouquet of pink mums. the hostesses. Following the rehearsal -
, .' Dixon sister of the bride :Miss Mrs. Rupert Mock, Sr., will enter- JJ. available with up to 800 hp. Thrift was never so lively.
J. Susan Hand, a cousin; Miss Bon- tain the bridal party and special
nell Pittman and Miss Olivia Pitt- guests at a buffet supper at their
r.. man sisters of the bridegroom. home.
Their pink satin gowns were fashioned .
';, I identically to that of the .
I maid of honor. 13 Are Present For ,... ...".;.::;:;:... .. .... ..tJ ....;.

f, The bride given in marriage by Canal Point WSCSMrs. -
her father, wore a full length gown .

,.. with a bell-shaped skirt joined Donald B. Kepp, presidentof iii 11 ' spar't
with camisole bodice at the waist-
the Canal Point W. S. C. S., presided Corsa Coupe
line and ending in a train of bridal at their general meeting .

satin. The fitted overblouse of lace which was held Tuesday night In. It's racier, roomier, flatter riding. With more power available
was fastened at the back below the 65 Corvair
the new parsonage. Mrs. Letha B. up to 180 hp in the new top-of-the-line Corsas.
high round neckline.
Her veil of Kepp of Wauchula was welcomedas
tulle was attached to a tiara of
guest. Mrs. Maxine Maxson
\. seed pearls. She carried a cascade I I and a Mrs. Ruth Kahle presented the More to see more to try in the cars more people buy

': r of'white orchids.Culberson program entitled 'The Birth of Order a new Chem/et. Cherlle, Chevy xr Corralr or Corvette now at your dealer's
Tommy served as best Christ." There were 13 members ------------------------------------ ------------
t man. Thomas Hand, brother of the I present.ett 09-1228
bride; William Irla, her cousin;
James Dixon, her brother-in-law;
and Edward Fountain were ushers. and Mrs. Kathryn Cunningham. Stanley Chevrolet Ine.
A reception was held at the homeof After a tour of the mountains of
Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Boe; assistingwere North,Carolina, Mr. and Mrs. Pitt-
Mrs. Edna Barrett, Mrs. man will be at their home in Pope's 164 Lake Ave. Pahokee, Fla. Phone '9245593r
Cary Anderson, Mrs. Edna Pick- Trailer Park.


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