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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: December 31, 1948
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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December 31,1948CIRCULATING PUBLISHED IN CANAL POT BY PAUL RAPID IN

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Lions Club Reports New Years Dance Funeral Services Jan. 15 Deadline For Stuckey's Celery

At Elks Lodge Conservation ReportAt


Activities AchievedThe Friday, Dec. 31A For Mrs EvansFuneral a recent meeting of he Palm Packing HouseDestroyed

Beach County Agricultural Con-
New Year Eve Dance will beheld FireFire
Pahokee Lions Club has services for Mrs.\ Cora servation Association officials By
by the Pahokee Elks Lodg
chalked up an outstanding recordof Lee Evans 59 of Pahokee were were chosen for the coming year.
Friday Night December 31st, from
activities and achievement dur- held at the Pahokee First Methodist Chosen as chairman was E. F.
10:00 p. m. till -? The orchestra of undetermined origin oe-
ing the past siX months under the will be 'The Beach Combers"Really Church Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. Froehlich of West Palm Beach. A.

leadership of President Manning I. favors with the Rev. Ralph Fuller pastdr R. Harrington of Canal Point was stroyed Stuckey's celery packing:
good music noisemakers
Keen according to biannual reports of the Canal Point Methodist chosen as vice chairman and R. L. house at Cardwell Friday morningand
numerous door prizes and
given by standing committee an the holiday trimmings. This Church officiating.Mrs. Braddock of Belle Glade was threatened the larger Vande-
, chairmen at the Tuesday luncheonmeeting. : Evans a resident of Paho named a member of the official
dance will be a benefit for the grift-WiJliams packing plant
: kee for 20 years died at her homeon group.
Harry-Anna Crippled Children'sHome. which adjoins at the north. ,
Projects sponsored by the club East Main Street Saturday at January 15. 1949 has been set at
Tickets will be $5.00 peg The fire which started at the
or special achievements broughtto 1:45 following a long period of ill the final date for reporting crop
couple and $3.00 single. Extra es southeast corner of the 40 by 120-
a successful conclusion sine health. performances under the conservation -
corted ladies will be free. During foot building was discovered<< by
July 1, 1948. total 28. according to She is survived by her husbana. pro am. Farmers should
Intermission the drawing will br workmen at the Vandegiift-Wil
the reports given. These include N. D. Evans. Pahokee; two sister take their invoices for fertilizer
held for the Harry-Anna CrippledChildren' hams plant shortly before 9 a. i.i.
various projects such as the community Mrs. R. W. Singletary and Mrs. E. and cover crop seed to the officein
Home Benefit Raffle. By the time fire-fighting units
Christmas party, the PICK L. Garrett Pahokee; three broth the Sanders Building in Belle
Fire Departments and the Everglades -
up of toys and the distribution of . ers Sam L. and James M. Hum Glade to make their reports.
Fire Control District had
Christmas baskets the promotionof phries. Pabokee and W. A. Hum-
. arrived at the scene the buildingwas
school athletics sight conserva- Final PreparationsMade phries. Sr. Port Mayaca.
in flames. The build-
tion and work for the blind con- Pallbearers were Clarence Maxwell Southern BellTelephone
For ing was filed with thousands of
tinued construction of the swim- OpeningOf Leon Guthrie L. I. Malo;,
Allowed corn and celery crates and field
ming pool assistance in financingthe State Fair Tampa Edwin Rice R. C. Broome and
boxes which created a furious
Halloween parties for childrenof Dorsey; Pugh. Temporary Increase
blaze. All of these, as well as all!
Pahokee and many other activi- TAMPA-Final Burial was at the Port Mayara
preparations arc.being other contents Including complete
ties in the interest of community Cemetery. Berry's Funeral Home
made for the grand opening TALLAHASSEE-A temporary celery packing equipment were
welfare. The club also ran up a of the Florida State Fair, world's was in charge of arrangements. increase of about 5 per cent on lost with the building.

good attendance record throughthe largest Winter agricultural expo- . all classes of service has been With the help of a northwest

six-months period Including s'tion' on Tuesday. February 1. granted Southern Bell Telephone breeze and a wall which separatedthe

100 per cent attendance at one featuring the greatest number of Race Horses Arrive rod Telegraph- Company by the two packing houses the firemen

meeting In October. exhibits in its Florida Railroad and Public Utili-
. history. Early At Track were able to save the VandegriftVilliams -

Cash awards to exhibitors will ties Commission. plant which receive.i.no

WSCSHeldABoardMeeting run from 10 to 25 per cent higher SUNSHINE: PARK-With mow The Commission's.' increase. effective ,.. .damage: ,except at the separating' r

than the premiums listed last-yt&r than 400 JioI'Bie*already on 'hard January 1. was 60 Per centof wall according to Marvin

_ at such big expositions as Minnesota and quartered. Sunshine Park I? $2.600.000 additional state revenue Levins. Pahokee fire chief. Hilton

Iowa Illinois and Ohio stale rapidly assuming its pre-openinz which the company asked for Jones received a painful cut on his

At. an executive board meetingof fatm seasonal pitch. The recent cold in a petition for an overall increase ,hand while assisting the Pahoke

the Pahokee First )(ethodistWoman' Fair officials said the generous wave in the Midwest and Eastern of 11 per cent. The hik 'vo'uTiteer firemen.

Society of Christian Service cash offering win be made as an seaboard has speeded up the schedule amount to $1,560,000 annually.The I' The destroyed; building approximately -

held Monday afternoon at the inducement for Florida llvestocx: of shipments South rf company posted $1.000.000 10 years old. was owned by

home of Mrs. Hugo Boe the names men to pick their best animals and thoroughbreds not expected until bond to provide for rebates of the the I*. L. Stuckey Estate It was

of the three adults and the three bring them to the fair for the Demit later. difference, if any between the closed at the time of the fire and

infants to receive WSCS life mem- of thousands of Northern visit The death last week of JustU temporary rates granted and the has not been in operation for the
berships from the society next several months. It is reportedthat
ors. Vincent "Jack" O'Conner. of Washington final comimssion-approved rates. past

month were announced. Twelve Florida counties have an- presiding steward at Sunshine Commissioner Richard A. :Mack the building was partly covered -

Mrs. R. J. Schroder chairman of nounced they will present exhibit Park track for the last two said that it will probably be "twoor but none of the contents was

the committee in charge of selecting seasons and widely known in racing three months" before a final insured.
this Each county will have
year. . .
the names of the honorees reported booths'with 60-foot frontages in I circles was a shock to all connected decision is reached.In .

that one member from each main exhibition halls. The countiesare with the track. He was long hearings at Miami and Magazine Carries

circle had been selected to receivea Volusia. Highlands Indian busy with preparations for the' Jacksonville the company estimated -

life membership as follows: Mrs. R'ver. Pinellas. Hernando Manatee opening of the track when he was it was losing $5.000 daily Big Lake StoryLake

L M. Lair. Gertrude Shirley Circle; Polk. Pasco Gadsden. Manon. taken ill a few weeks ago. under present rates.'
Mrs. J. R. York, Simonson-LaL- About 850 stalls will be filled Okechob fishing has hi:
Franklin and Hillsborough. . .
Circle, and Mrs. D. W. Cunningham prior to January. The balance of the limelight with a three-pa

Mary Martha Circle. The More than $15,000 will be paiJ the total. 1111 spaces available at Scout Officials Has story and pi'turepJ1read tn the
infants chosen to receive life I in premiums to the 12 counties
three
the West Coast horse track are current issue of Florida Wildlife
memberships from the society : exhibiting General Manager P. T. being reserved for horses to be Training MeetingA monthly publication of the State'

were Margaret Jane Cushman. Strieder said.Florida hipped from Tropical Park at the Game and Frf'sh"atf'r Flab Com
of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund negroes alloted the'r round table training !** daughter
week
close of their season a pri.rto I I mission.
own exhibition' hall will present 10 officials and leaJ
F. Cushman John Andrew Spencer for scout troop
; the opening of the local trackon : The Okeechobee story is part of
son of Mr. and Mrs. JackSptn't'r. large county and vocational agri- 26.Sunshine I era of the North Glades District has
January I a series the publication prepared -
and Bonnie Jeanne Fras- cultural exhibitions as a nucleusfor Park officials are look- of the Gulf Stream Council of Boy I I describing famous fihlnprounds ;

ure daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. their big exposition. L. A. due Scout was held in the recreational
forward
ing to a good season throughout the state. Prepared -
Frasure. Jr.. Life memberships will Marshall, teacher-tra'ner from to the increased amount of inter- !! of the Pahokee First 1ft'tho-l Charles H. Anderson
Hurt Florida A. and M. College, an Church Monday night with r. by
also be given to Alice Elaine set in horse-racing on the West dist I staff photographer writer it

by her mother Mrs. R. F. Hurt nounced. Coast the increased number of S. Kirk district chairman presid describe this area'a
her Counties to be represented in the A motion picture on scout graphically
and to Myra Ruth Frasure. by visitors to this area and the largeamount ing. bass bream and ptkleperch ..
mother Mrs. I. .. Frasure. Jr. Negro exhibit include Marion. Columbia of advertising done in th! training with emphasis on prop' famous
Madison Jefferson HilH- meeting" and fishing!
Mrs. John A. Dulany. WSCS North, calling attention to the conduct at troop out that although
borough. Hemando. Pasco. Sari- activities was shown byV The story points
president presided at the meeting. many attractions on the'es: troop "Okeechobdoesn't have
rota and Manatee. of West Palm Beacfl.GSC .
E. Nexsen"
Chairmen of standing committeesreviewed Cast of Florida. the world it
in
bass
executive the biggest
scout
activities of their various . : assistant!
. Prior to the roundtable diou! has' more t>l them than any oth-
three
for the past
departments
re- Mrs A. D. Boll and Mrs Henrv, non the scout officials and leaders place in the Itatf'- --or the worU
months and made out quarterly Has
Mrs. Ramey
ports at the meeting. It was announced Byrd of Talladega. Ala. and Her.rvMcArtSur enjoyed a dinner at the R&F caf for that matter"

that Mrs. R. F. Hurt will Spaghetti SupperMrs. of Jacksonville arrived Among others attending were Edward f1ndallt1hft' reaches more'

present the program at the regular Tuesday for a visit with, the.r A. Jensen. Perry Duke. Her thon 13000) Florid and out- -

meeting of the society on Jan. 3. Geo. B. Ramey entertain mother Mrs." Mary McArthur. and Carson T How'**. Rev. Ralph \ state sportsmen. .
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. at her home on Bacom Point Road their brother-in-law> and sister. Mr Fuller Alton Jones and Charles -- .. -

Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'unt"hlt.e Monday evening with a spaghetti and Mrs Seth! W. Roberts in Patokt'e. Jones.noMLD. Mrs W H. Rogers and daughterand
. Mrs G. II. Tucker visited MrRoger ,
as guest this week his brother dinner party honoring Jack
and sister-in-law. Mr. and MM. Chiviges on Ms nineteenth birthday --tea BURNS DIRT *' brother and .i.tr-ln-law.

Walter Rozelle. and family of anniversary. Jack a junco Mr. and Mrs Peter Chiviges and I BY FALL FROM CAR Mr *nd Mrs. Taken Joyce ir.

Sylacsyga. Ala. college student at Georgia Mihtar" son. Jack were crests of Mr and Donald Burn.., srx-yrar-old son of \>ro Peach Tuesday They! were'

r.. Institute is spending the holidays Mr*. Angle Rizzo in Pompano this Mrs. Benny Corbett of Canal Point accompanied home by Mm Roper*

Mr. and Mrs. George Schrode. her with his parent Mr. and Mrs. week. suffered severe abrasion and cut. mother Mrs Marine Joyce whper.t ->

accompanied by their son-in-law Peter Chiviges. . on the head Tw!"day when a dnor s Christmas there
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and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Other guests were Payne Jack Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Baker of the car in which h.. was ndinc

Smith and daughters of Narbertn.p son. Murray "-HU. Richard Mole. and daughter. Linda. returned to flew open and he pitched headfirston ),fr. and Mr, Hugo Bo* and son.

.. who are their house guest Chandler Mcllwain., David RameyMr Gairesville Sunday after a week's the pavement: He was taken t". were guests over the weekend of

are visiting friends in St. Peter Peter Chiviges. Phoebe Ann visit with relative in Pahokee a..
rurg this week. Ramey and G<<. B. Ramey. Point for treatment. \'- Haven.EsLa6ishecl924 .



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THE EVERGLADES NEWS Washington by Mr. Lations and his G. Lawton Sims and children Jack Chiviges will return' toMilledgeville.

staff to handle the preliminarywork Louise, Jane' and, Buddy, were Ga.. Sunday to resume -

Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region and applications for space. called to Richland Ga., Tuesda/ his studies at junior college
"Any concern may apply for Georgia :Military Institute, after
Established 1924 Published Every Friday night by the death of Mrs. Sims'
space Mr. Lations said, "that spending the holidays here with his
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance manufacturers, distributes or is a mother Mrs. Alston. Mrs. Sims, parnts. :Mr. and Mrs. Peter

dealer in commodities that are pro- who was called to Richland last Chiviges.Mr. .
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office
duced or used by people of this week by the critical illness of her
In Canal Point. Florida aa Second Class Matter County. The Committee reserves mother, was at the bedside when .

the right to bring in products or her mother passed away. Funeral and Mrs. Audie F. Hooks
Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher exhibits from outside the County services were' held Wednesday aft- Jr.. spent the holiday weekend with

1 only when they feel it will add to ernoon at 3 o'clock. his parents in Miami.\
be long >efore we will find our- the education and enjoyment of I
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TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY selves up to our necks in one of the public. By this I mean educational n
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our own making.In exhibits promoted through I
Florida today-we have many State agencies or products of 1-
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problems that must be solved. If foreign countries that do not conflict : Those SensationalGREYHOUNDS
as individuals we reach a determ- with those of our local ex- i
(By Russell Kay ination to find the answers and hibit6rs."
join with our friends and neighbors Full committees will shortly lie ;

Switching our salutations from in working them out retaining our announced to handle the promotional
"Merry Christmas" to"Happy New Faith and Courage, we can do so. and functional activities of
Year," we welcome the. arrival of Most of our difficulties arise the Exposition and will include Are Running t

another Babe that carries a number from distrust and misunderstanding. many prominent businessmen 01 i

. instead of a name "1949'. But there are always some the County. The respective man- NIGHTLY EXCEPT SUNDAY ;
The kind of a year it turns out points on which we all agree andif agers of the co-sponsors, E. F
to bo for Florida the nation and we will use those points to start Stumpf and Ralph Blank form the (rain or shine) ;

the world depends to a large extent with tackling the others one at a steering committee together with :
on the kind of thinking a/id time in a spirit of true cooperation :Mr. Hill, Mr.\ Stetson and Mr. Li- at the ;
action you and I and a lot of other we can always work: them tions.
individuals indulge in during fie' out.Let's Palm Beach County Commix
next 365 days.If face the New Year wit sior.ers are co-operating directlyand PALM BEACH :
as individuals we accept the strong hearts and a determination through Cot. Hickam and his r
New Year as an opportunity t> to find the answers to our prob- staff at the field to have the huge rl
make our world a better place to lems by working together in confidence buildings and the parking areas KENNEL CLUBi l!i

live, if we carry over from day today unselfishly, with the wel ready for the event. i
the spirit of good-will and fare of all as our object. If w The Exposition is sponsored by !
kindliness so prevalent during the can do this we will have nothingto the Chamber and RDB as a service -
brief holiday period, become genuinely fear and 1949 will indeed provea to its members and the industry 10 Races Nightly 10
interested in the welfare cf HAPPY year. of the County. In event the Exposition ;- i iI
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others as well as ourselves, we ca 1 proves profitable a'l
realize as never before the "Hap- monies after the expenses will b? First Race 8:15 p. m. I
py" year we so glibly shout abouton Plans Made For used to improve facil ties cac'i

the stroke of the mystic hour. Palm Beach County year in order to establish a permanent -, Quinielas Every Race I

the If same we carry hate into and the tolerance New ,Year the Exposition Mar. 3-12 annual.Exposition.Bill . Daily Double 2nd and 3rd Races !

same greed and selfishness thenit
Elam will return Sunday to NO lIINORSDIITTED:
will be "another The Fourth !
just year- as Annual Palm B!>ac'1
Emory University, Atlanta. Ga.
far as we are concerned. And prob- County Exposition will be held ?t I
after a holiday visit with his Special Clubhouse Service
the :Morrison Field March 3rd parents I
ably not aa happy a year as to 12th
;, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Elam in ;
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one just past.If excluding the Sunday, according/ I -
we face the New Year with information released today by iL Canal Point. __ _ i
hearts that are burdened wiih D. Hill and John Stetson. Chairman -

fears and doubts we will spre.il of the Industrial Committeesof : '- -- - -e -- -
these destructive forces to so influence the West Palm Beach Chamberof 1
others that we will actually Commerce and Palm Beach
bring upon ourselves and ttia County Resources Development
world the dire results those doubt? Board, who co-sponsor the annual A New Year - A New Weapon ;
and fears have imaged in our affair.
troubled minds. Since the release" of building by
During these last few days r' the Army to the County there are
the old year is a good time to stand ,p ,now available at Morrison Field in
count our change. As bad as the northeast section on Belvedere, Stuckey Fertilizer Works

situations are, they could still ho two adjoining buildings that provide .
worse. Worrying won't improve a floor space of 35.000 square
them any. Their solution can only feet "The total floor space is
be found through the exercise of double the capacity of all seven Bring? to you Growers at great expense
Faith and Courage. Peace of mind buildings used in the Expositionlast '
cannot be bought over the counter, year and will allow all activi- but at no additional cost to you
nor can it be achieved by the exorcise ty under one roof," said R. D. Hill'
of force and power. Co-Chairman. who has pioneered
The Finest
We are tempted to believe thatas the Exposition since its inception. DevelopmentIn
individuals we are powerless. "We will increase not only: the
Forgetting that our leadership is number of exhibits but, will increase -
the Formulation of Agricultural ChemicalsBLENDING
made up of individuals, men like the quality and scope ofexhibit.
ourselves who arc influenced by ." and with the cooperation I
the thoughts and actions of others. of the public we can equal a-v
Discounting the influence that we show on the Fast Coast of Florid!t I
as individuals possess, we fail to this year." he continued. "Over one:
use it. quarter of the entire space has already -
While your individual sphere of been applied for by exhibitors To better
equip you for the fight against damage to
influence or mine may be small it and we anticipate no trouble in
nevertheless is part of a gigantic selling the manufacturers distrib- your crops by insects and disease-Proven
pattern. Our thoughts and actior utors and dealers that we can pr>-
whether we admit it or not affect vide them the largest audience! i i 1 Infinitely Superior to Ordinary :Mixing

the thinking and action of others.If the County to see their product! 1 1I Commonly Practiced
as we go about our daily Any I :! businessman who has a competitive -
tasks we do so with Courage aril product or service to offer
hearts, if we spread residents or tourists can find n>: .
Faith in our Once you have noted the superiority of . . .
god-will and cheer, join with our better mf'tJillmf display than
neighbors to advance the welfare through the Exposition."
of all and conscientiously do th4 Mr. John Stetson. CoChairman.will STUCKEY'SSuperBlend
bet we ("an to perform our give use his experience as rn ai-
work to t ho> bert c' our ability we I I I Itect to elaborate the surroundings
will fir* many rC'uc1;' rots <01< ., ct the F"po-'tion. and attempt to
life's highway have been smoothedfor foster interest by our neighboring l Brand
us. countries to the South. It Ls hope:
Fear and Doubt can only !*. that one or more will be represented -

overcome bv Faith and Courag by an exhibit here this' year. Insecticides and FungicidesYou
Industry i* imperative progress "The type of entertainment this
We will realize: Abundance or.lv year will b? brief but of high
when we do our part faithful'- character." he said. "t-ecause w" will acknowledge the value of the EXTRA Protectionthat
and well! in its creation. intend to book professional talent
The Golden Rule, i in as effective! cf national renown. Without qu.*- our complete Multiple Mixer Blending Unit Insures.

today as it ever wa.: and if w?: tion. he adledthis will be t..-
will use it to measure our thought! largest and best fro"ltwn, that
and actions from dto: day w.' the people of the County have bern \Ve" shall U pleased to have you inlroMtur: complete BLENDING: SYSTEM which
will generate a force' ai" powerfulthat privileged) to t-e." The Chairm"-i includes :;;,f:. r. Klev-stor. Pre-mix, HIGH SPEED BLENDING: MILL, and Final
no evil can hold against it. also announced that "'. Karl La- Mixer-Aera'or: all e We can if we choose, talk ourselves tit>n..... Managing, Director of th" hoppwe etnoloy:' a second mixer-aerator to remix the d.alr.t'J"at..d pellets and
into a war or a d 'pr_*ii'n Exposition last year, will contiru.9'i lumps after passing thrxHigh the BLENDER. This insures even distribution throughout
just as we can thmk ourselves int a in the same capacity for the entire final mixture.
sprees and mental turmoiL It hall program. Mr. Latiors i!. well qualified -
been demonstrated that if enoug*> in this work having handled
people stop an individual the i Expeditions for Kiwar.ts in th"
Plant located at Stuckey's Crossing between Pahokee
street and tell him how ill he look. {j I'i Eat, and is well known for h 4 I
even though he may be in perfect |(!organizational work in Civic MusvKiwams. and Canal Point.
health it will not N long before he i'. and many other projrct..

is really sick. j i j i here and in the Fast in which he I Phone 4201 A. W. Harz Manager Res. Phone 2511
By the same token if we g> has met with qualified: nieces
about with long faces and talk depression : Headquarters have teen ojwr.fi 1
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Funeral Services CHURCH SCIENTIST OF CHRIST. I WoodyardGibson ,

"GOD- is the subject of the
:Miss Betty Woodyard, daughterof
ForMrs.Garrett Lesson-Sermon which will be read
Mrs. S. A. Nall of Bryant became -
in Churches of Christ Scientist
the bride of James H. Gibson
throughout the world on Sunday
of Canal Point son of Mr. and
:' Mrs. Grace Garrett 56, wife of January 2. i ,
Mrs. E. E. Gibson of Thomas-
Jthe late J. W. Garrett. died at her The Golden Text is: "As for -.1
ville Ga. at a candlelight cere-
home in Brooksville Fla., SundayDec. God his way is perfect; the word S \
mony in the Canal Point BaptistChurch r
19. She was stricken with a of the Lord is tried: he is buck- -e Li
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Tuesday Dec. 28, at 7:3J .
heart attack while attending ler to all them that trust in h :
p.rn.
church and died two hours later. For wHo is God save the Lord Vows for the double ring cere- : "'}".' :
Survivors include four sons and i and who is a rock save our God?"
mony were read by Rev. B. I3m-> i1"X. .c
two daughters, one of the daugh- Among the citations which com
Scoggin, pastor of the church a*
ters being Mrs. J. W. Stncklan-i. prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following t : de
the couple stood before the alta -... ""
former Canal Point resident now from the Bible: "O Lord, !1 fqr '" A
which was lighted with white cathedral -
living in West Palm Beach. Funeral thou hast searched me, and known a j;.. .. '
tapers in double candelabra _, .. ..
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services were held in Brooks- thy spirit? or whither shall I flee "' .
and decorated with white \ ,
ville on Dec. 22.Personal. from thy presence? . If I take
gladioli, tuberoses and fern again:
the wings of the morning and
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a background of potted palms.
well in the uttermost parts of th? i 1491bthk.I
r :Mrs J. W. Mullis. vocal solois*,
sea; Even there shall thy hand
sang "The Sweetest Story Ever
ItemsMr. lead me and thy right hand shall
Told. accompanied at the piano)
hold me" (Psalms 139:1 7. 9, 10)). A
Graham who also
by Mrs. H. C.
The Lesson-Sermon also includes
played the traditional wedding
and Mrs. H. J. Clause will the following passage from the marches. II
Christian Science "Sci ,
have as dinner guests New Year's textbook The bride given in marriage by
and Health with to the
day their sons-in-laws and daugh ence Key her stepfather S. A. Nail, wore a
( ters. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Folds Scriptures" by :Mary Baker Eddy: full-length white slipper satin MAY YOUR TABLE j
"GOD. The I AM the all-
and children of Sanford and :Mr. great ; gown trimmed with chantilly lace.
and Mrs. Wendell Harris and knowing, all seeing, all acting; all- The fitted bodice had a round i BE FILLED WITH
and eternal Prin- 7i\
\\ise. all-loving
; bertha'collar
daughter of Belle Glade. neckline with lace insert
Mr. and Mrs. Inman W. Weeksare ciple; Mind; Soul; Spirit; Life; and calla-lily fashioned GOOD FOOD AND s

this weekend of her Truth; Love; all substance; intel- IS
guests sleeves It was fastened at the !! 1
YOUR HOURS
mother. Mrs. R. A. Mole in Lulu igence" (587:5) back from neckline to bustle witha o \
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row of tiny satin-covered buttons -
Fla.Mrs. WITH WORTHWHILE J\9
Ruby Chaney had as dinner The full-length illusion \eil. \

guests Christmas day her sons and Bushnell Bank Is edged with chantilly lace was DEEDS ALL 4
1 daughte -in-law. Mr. and Mrs. held by a lace tiara. She carried a 1 9tk

Elick Chaney and Mr. and Mrs Robbed Of $20,000 bouquet of white carnations centered THROUGH THE YEAR

Garland Chaney and families of with a white orchid and tied .
Homestead.Mr. BUSHNELL Three swarthv with white satin ribbons.
THAT LIES AHEAD I
and Mrs W. K. Aldridge and brnd-ta robbed the Florida Bank The gowns of the. attendantswere
on. Keith have returned t> here of about $20,000, last Satur- patterned on the same linesas

Gainesville after a 10-day visit day, after forcing bank employesto that of the bride with headdresses *$
q with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. VV. lie on the bank floor. The tree of taffeta net. Mrs. Aud'e

W. McCurdy. in Pahokee. men who hid their facial features Hooks. Jr., matron of honor was & li

, Mr. and Mrs George Riddle of behind big dark glasses scooped up I in gray taffeta and carried a

Abington Va.. are guests of their most of the money from tellers' I bouquet of red gladioli. Mrs Mcln fi

son and daughter-in-law. Mr. ant cages. They got a little from the \: Spooner, bnde matron. and j
Mrs. Paul Riddle, in Pahokee.Mr. bank vault which was open. t Miss Dorothy Chastain and Mm Iy Western Auto Associate StoreI.

and Mrs. R .. Johnson ai! Jane Sharp bridesmaid, woe ft
They made their getaway in an
family have moveu from Pahokea royal blue taffeta gowns and carried -
to mike their home in West Palm auto parked near the bank. :Mr! bouquet" of red gladioli. Suzanne I. M. LAIR Pahokee Ri

Beach. W. M. BaUree. Florida's only! Cr-a..tim and Sylvia CrcS3
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lindsay and woman sheriff said no one was flower girls wore light blue taffeta

daughter,'Joyce are spending' the waiting in the car. The bank is a gowns and earned flower baskets

holidays: with relatives in Tennessee. member of the Florida National filled with pink rose petal

iduPont) :Mrs. Nail, the brid 's mother,
group.
j Lfrl filG t9id ad+iGi.a ia. trjp+Gr p sJ 1O lJts ZJ O l! w3z
chose an aqua gown and a \\hit

azalea corsage and Mr Gibson. ; -t
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the bridegroom's mother. a chart-

heu"e gOvnith red azalea cor- e

sage.William
Gibson of Tampa wa

his brothers best man. Johnny
:1is Smith was ringbearer. Philip Cross

and Dan Mathis lighted the
Roderick Gibson brotherof y
candles
ALL ABOARD FOR THE ? the bridegroom. Audie Hook

D Jr.. and George Sims acted as q
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I. Following the ceremony Mr }; -* J.: pj lUl'llihV '
..rI and Mr Nail were holts at a r-- 9 $
ception at Cypress' Lodge Port
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Ma\aca Miss Betty Hawthornewas
in charge of the bride booV-- 1 -

Mr!" \\ lham Gib on and Mrs T.

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Ii from a large wedding cake

topped groom.with a miniature bride and fiA

The bride changed to an aqua
gaberdine suit' with fuchia scarf

and black accessories:! and a corsage -

of white orchids before tn* V A
couple left on a brief wedding trip -
to the West Coast following which AY

the will make their home in Canal
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the R. L. (Sam) Chastain -

/W/ Good Luck k to travel withptagtitheiTiOdltisof. *! companyOutOfTown. a. i I

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Guest ; we

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jlll AHAPPy guests who att nd- to better serving you.
etl the Gibson-Woodvard! weddingat

NEW YEAR! _I d Tuesday the Canal: evening Point included Baptist: Church OF We and appreciate past favors Ps

hope to merit
t,.. Mr and Mrs A. F:. Johnson. yourcontinued
Mr and Mr!' O. M Cross. Sr..
good wilL
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Dran\on. 'eowi..ton: Mrs I:. Y

F Gardner Jacksonville: A. P. F *

_. A !1 'C'ord. Jr.. Pat McCord Coral &
Gables! ; Mr and Mrs Harry Cross KPage
9 and family J. H Cross and family
:$ I Fort Laudrrlale: Emily Jane I

Sharp! Orta .1Mr: and Mrs KAHN'S DEPT. STORE
Bmxton: Oi'on. Sr arid dauehter
i Stuckey Fertilizer Works i Sarah Dll: Mr and Mrs J. S M,- &e A

Cord. Mr and Mr. CIrfe Grt'fie*.1 !! Pahokee ,

Jr. M-. and Mrs A. C PaLn. P.orJt t
Pahokee Fla. 1o
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I"n'k GIt-IC'n. Mr and Mrs F: E.

I GibAin. TToma'ville Ga.: Betty
N Hawtr-orre Winter Garden: M'

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CStv Mr and Mrs W.llsam Gibson "

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VETERANS NOTIFIED I from an emergency appendectomy that she can visit her mother Mrs.
I
Cinematic ChatterBy ABOUT INSURANCEVeterans 1 performed at St. Mary's, Hospital. Ollie Batchelor, and friends here

Malcolm 1I Dar whose National Service: West Palm Beach, on Christmas through the holidays before returning -

Life Insurance term policies will night.Dr.. to the Miami hospital for

start expiring on or after October i Burton F. Austin directorof further treatment and operations
If you like comedy, and I'm surjyou
8, 1948 will receive prior notice the Palm Beach County health Troy Waggoner is spending the
do you will really go for this
from the Veterans Administration.The unit has been invited to appe-ar as wife and childrenin
holidays with his
show that is to be screened at the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thomas
notice will be sent 2 months at the January
Ark.
guest speaker Van Buren.
Prince Theatre this coming Sun- Goffee of Pahokee announce the
before the expiration date of the of the Canal Point Pareni-
meeting E. Chard of
R.
day-Monday. The show is "Miss birth of a son Harold Thomas. :Mr. and Mrs.
original policies. This will Teacher Association to be held in
Tatlock's Millions" starring: John give Jr.. at the Everglades Memorial Greenville, Ky.. are visiting their
the veterans time to convert their the school auditorium Monday
Lund. Wanda Hendrix, Barry Fitz- Hospital, Dec. 27. son-m-law and daughter, Mr. and
gerald and Monte Wooley. It also term insurance to a permanent Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cecil Blakene Jan. 3. at 8 p. m. Mrs. D. L. Friend :Mrs. Stewart Spooner, in Pahokee.
NSLI their term insurance will at the business ,
plan or renew president preside
has a large featured cast headed of West Palm Beach announce tha
for additional session.
an
by Ilka Chase Robert Stack Dorothy 5-year birth of a son, Ronald Douglas, at
period. Renewals may be made Mr. and Mrs. Loel Lence had as
Stickney and Elizabeth Pat the Everglades Memorial Hospital
terson. without a physical examination Dec. 25.Milton. guests through the holidays Mr.

but at a higher premium rats . and Mrs., John H. Wetherington of
The Plot? Well, John Lund, poor
based the Veteran's attainedage Cuba.
on Havana
but nervy, meets Wanda Hendrix,
at the time of renewal.All :Mrs. J. R. York and her son-ia Prince TheatrePahokee
rich and curvey. She has 20,000,000bucks
veterans who plan to ren>w law Browning Roach and his son.
. and he has 20,000,009angles.
or convert their term insurance Barry "Dee" and Ben Dick wer
In order to turn them into
should contact your local veteran r dinner guests of Mr. and :Mrs.: Florida
cash he has to pose as her long ,
Service Office located in the City James Beardsley in ClewistonTuesday.
last brother. Well. . Brother .
Hall in Pahokee and the Sanders Barry remained for an
that's where the fun begins!
Carpenter and his hotter j
Building Belle Glade. extended visit.
Bing Crosby say: "How funnycan . tlt'tlrs.; :: George Lawton ani :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Dan Morns had a- SundayMondayJanuary
get' It should have happened -
you daughter Miss Janet Lawton were their guest through the holidayshis
to Hope." Bob Hope says: HYMN SING ANNOUNCED AT
visitors in Clewiston Tuesday.H. Sister Miss Helen :\IOll'is oC 2-3
"Here's a picture that has almos: CANAL rol1"TIETHODIST I C. Graham spent Christmas Sarasuta.Jean .

as many laughs as Crosby has dollars. Gauldin Harrington will direct i .
day with his brother in Orlando.J. Friend small daughter of

." the 9:45 a. m. Organ-chime transcription \\. Wood and Miss LouiS Mr. and :Mrs.: Dennis L. Friend, is
Well . be the this concert. Tatlock'sMillions"
judge
you "Miss
i Saunders of Miami spent the holiday recuperating from a tonsilectomy
coming SundayMonday.See All are cordially invited to join I
weekend in Pahokee with his: performed at Good Samaritan

you at the movies-Mal. one of the 13 organized Sunday i parents. Mr. and :Mrs. B. W. Wood. Hospital, West Palm Beach. Tues

. School classes. Lessons for the Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson had
I' day. Jean has been ill at the hospital
Mis. M. D. Logan and son, Edward first six months of 1949 are a as dinner guests Christmas day I II there for several days but

Logan, will return today to chronological study of the life of i their dar !1ter, Miss Margaret was able to spend Christmas thorn starring

their hcme Wetumpka, Ala. Christ. Why not enroll this San-! Anderson. Lake City: also :Mr.: and *..

after a visit here with their son-f day.The I I Mrs. Alfred Firth end children of :Miss Arlene Batthelor. who h-v John Lund, Wanda

in-laws and daughters Mr. and January Communion serviceat Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. Austin been a patient at Jackson :Memorial :

Mrs. T. C. Richardson and :Mr. and 10:50 with the message: entitled. i Staples of Coral Gables and W. Hospital Miami, for several Hendrix, Barry Fitz-
Mrs. Leonard Dobrow. "The :Memorial :Meal of Christ.
.
I Christensen of Denmark. Mr. an! weeks receiving treatment for

Our Youth Fellowship request :Mrs.: Charles Peterson of Illinois polio disability has been transfered gerald, Monte Woolen
6:45 to 7:15 for a combination devotional Lake Memorial 1Bring I
NOTICETALLAHASSEE. and Mrs. Fred Thompson of to the Everglades

FLA. and business meeting. This Worth were guests of Mr. and M'S. Hospital for a couple of weeks so) .
will necessitate to the
December 21, 1948 returning Anderson; on Tuesday.Mr. .

The Florida Game and Fresh 7:30 evening service hour. and Mrs. Bob Henderson an 1 -

Water Fish Commission is receiv- Sermon topic of the pastor in daughter. Gloria visited his mother

ing bids for a grazing lease on the 7:30 service, "First-hand Re and other relatives in Miami '
ligion". All are invited to remain : us :your TIRE TROUBLES-
52,000 acres of land under fenca over the weekend.Mr. .
for the Hymn Sing at the Sunday II
in one block located south of the and Airs. Howard Holmtn
School Building following the ser- : Tires our business size
are
Indiantown-Jupiter road in PalmBeach had as guests the first" of the week any any I IIi

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vice. Light refreshments.The
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County.For her father, Gaston Fisher also h--

particulars contact the Federal WSCS will hold their regu- aunts the Misses :Mary and Vio'et Ii I type 10 fit your particular need.PAUL'S I
lar January meeting at the S. S. '
Aid Division Game and Fresn Putman.. of Belmont N. C. ; I'I'i
Water Fish Commission, Tallahassee Building at 2:00 p. m. Tue Cars leave S. S. Building for Lake Ii Iiii
Editor, Florida. Harbor Sub-district meeting at had weekend as guests her parents over Mr.the and holiday Mr !i SERVICE STATION

7:15 A recorl
Tuesday evening.
The Everglades News :MPtcalf.: cf Tao pa.
caravan is anticipated. CANAL POINT FLORIDA l
Canal Point, Mrs. Browning Roach of :Marv-: ii
"The Rural Church and the
arrived last week - -- - -
ville Tenn., who -
Florida ii - - - - -
Land" will be the title of the second the holi- i -
Dec. 24, 31, 1948 Jan. 7, 1949 with her family to spend
lecture of the Pastor's six-
Mrs. J. R-
days with her mother ,
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lesson Study Course given at 7:30 York, in Pahokee is recuperating !
on Wednesday. Choir rehearsal

follows at 8:30. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT : i
THE
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Classified AdsFOR IN AND FOR PLM BEACH !
COUNTY\ FLORIDA Shrubs and Trees
Carol Carpenter celebrated he! No. -

SALE: New and used Willys birthday anniversary with a slum- In re Estate of: ) I
LUTHER. KNIGHT )
Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage In ber party at the home" of her par- N'"M. i f.

Belle Glade Phone 126. JUch ents. :Mr. and :Mrs. O. D. Carpenter, NOTICE TO CREDITORSYou ,.' ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL
and each of you are hereby no -
on Thursday e'emngof lost: wee I:. Tied and required to present any clairrs
SEPTIC tanks and grease traps Guests were Stella Barnes, Donna and demands which you. or either <.*fTOll.
cleaned and repaired. "hoae may hir.e against the estate' r: Authorized Sales and Service :
Gail Jensen Lovda William. Ann
luther L. Knight. deceased late of said
3872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c i
Thompson. Frances Wilson an 1 county, to the county Jut'ce of Palm! JACOBSEN POWER AND
Beach en mtv Ph-r'da at hU office :t
WELL DRILLING: See Bob Barbara Vertommen. the court hou-e at west Palm DeacU.

Douthit Pahokee, Fla., Phone Florida s-,1'hll: eK-t caleTutir month HAND LAWN MOWERS: :
from the date of the first publicationof
3872. July 16cn::
this rotl-e. F.A"halm\ or dcmail
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must ben writing and must state the
ROOM A ().\Un day week or CHILLS at FEVER place of reMJence and post office ad-
dre's of the claimant and must be I I I ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
month. :\lrO.: :Maude: Boatwright,
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DUE TO MALARIA sworn to ins the claimant his agent
located next to the Pahokee Metr.- or his attorney, or the same will become 1: Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons
Told according to law. I
odist Church. St. NM2 RELIEVEDBY < This 13 *ay of December. IS48 i I 1100 Southern Dlvd.. West Palm Beach

T \V Kfll ht. Administrator oftr ,I
I"OULI : Two oil stoves, one ---- 666 .* Estate cf

paint sprayer, two toilet bowl Luther L. Knight deceased I i
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w.a tw. .a Pub. Dec 17. 24. 31 Jan.: 7. 1949.
J. K. Royton, 1 mile north of Can-
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FOR SALE: One new\, Pontiac-3

Streamliner 4 sedan Black at ,
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Regular dealers price. Phone 127. r. -, .. .. "" .". _,t J. See demonstration
Belle Glade. D2-4tn a

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FOR SALE: 5O ft. lots in Bailey's

Subdivision No. 3. Just South of

Joe Tom Boynton Home, 4 blocks q-iivEu-AC N :

from Post Office For cash earn ; I ;n the

$510. Phone 70, C. A. Bailey Bell .

Glade. D17-4- ,.... 0 J#" (11'V

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REGISTERED Cholera, thrifty and S-12 swine WKOC weeks plague old PIGS inoculated ; aU--: /. ".. t r' Erigidaiie iuty automatic. washer


several brood sows. REARDLEY"FARMS

Clewiston, Florida. Itc "' :; ,," t!:

'< Now enjoy "Finger-rp" woshing with the Frig doi're Fully
S\LK iIt ',
FOR : Sixteen: foot Correct A ::
4 "". Automatic Washer and exclusive "Uve-Woter" Action. All you do i it

Craft two cylinder inboard '. ;' -<. s put in clothes and soap .. set the dial-and forget ill I The Frigido
motor, practically new. Make yourself -
ea s s e' Automatic Washer dcet ell the rest . and remen-ber only the Frigld-
with
happy this unusually-
tractive boat at a price you con ,.1 r aeriii5, ,,I- eire Washer has "live Water" Action that gets clothes cleaner; : .

afford to pay. New two-whfol 1.o4t brighter whiter fryai you cod: ever imojire. Cofe ?.,. *"O: f demoni -

trailer included. See Frank .j. i:'...101. 01 tags; different, fully automatic Frigidairs Wo..er.MatbisBoe .

Shaughnessy or call ahokee 595.


FOR SALE: Ford Psck-up. 193.

model B, clean excellent condition -

$300. Phone Pahokr 5S4. tf


TAMPA TRIBUNE delivered daily ROE'S

in Canal Point and Pahoke. I

Contact Mr*. Evie Keen Box 151.

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I : Every violation of the center line of safety is a potential prelude
i to accident.

I Crossing into the danger zone can occur at the approach to I II
: the top of a hill-on a curve-going: into an underpass, or
I even on the straight highway. That's reckless, dangerous
driving! Accident records show that about one half of all
I fatal traffic accidents result from bad driving habits such a-
Mr. Pedestrian- these.

I WALK SAFELY It's your responsibility to yourself, your family and to
i 14 others who share the road to avoid these "Pass-Pockets" ,
LIVE where lurk injury-and death.

LONGER Don't let impatient driving tag your conscience with beingone
of those who contributed to the maiming or death of the
i hundreds of thousands who will be auto accident victims this
; year.

I O You can be a safe driver if you wilL It's up to you.
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the love and respect of your friends.
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