The Everglades news
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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: June 18, 1948
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).
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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
notis - AKF8469
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Rev. Howes Starts I LivestockIarket: I Motion PicturesOn t f Echols Grocery And Pahokee Hi School

For Glades Section Cars Figure In Canal

3rd Year PahokeeOn Under ConsiderationAt I Bible Subjects I Point Smash-Up Seniors Awarded

Fathers'Dav a meeting of the Palm Beaca The front of Echols grocery Their DiplomasAt
Motion pictures of Bible stories I
County Cattleman's Association. in will be shown Monday. Wednesdayand store in Canal Point was smashed
Belle Glade: Tuesday night a move Wednesday! afternoon when a car
Friday nights at 7:45, at toe
Next Sunday the Pastor, Rev.C was started to build a livestock First Baptist Church of Pahokee I I from Fort Lauderdale driven b/ the commencement exercisesfor

T. Howes, begins his third year market in Belle" Glade" A committee Charles Gtithndge. sideswiped; ; tht the 45: Pahokee High School
connection with the VacationBible
as Pastor of the First Methodist was appointed to investigateand School I Lawrence Connell car and smacked graduates held in the high school
beginning today a:1.1to
Church. Remembering that his make a future report. On the into EchoLs' Aar in front of the auditorium on Thursday night of
continue through next week :
Ministry began on Father Day :t committee are: E. M VanLandingham. grocer forcing the Echols car last week special !school; awards in
each day at 8:30, thru 11:30. This :
is the desire of the church that the T. W Knight Leland Pearce through the front of the .store the form of medals cups or cash
pictures are for everybody Rev :
day should be properly recognizedas I I.J. L. Evans. John Tabit and H. L. Dursma of West Palm Beach will Quite a bit cf damage was done" prizes were presented by' Principal

Fathers Day Accordingly Lib Speer.Tho. to all car and the store front. \ O. D Caidill to the following
be in charge Monday night with: i .
following Fathers will be suitable !"e in attendance at the meeting ;:- |satisfactory settlement was reached graduates' ;
"The Life of Chn=t"
recognized bv a presentation :n I evident a great deal of interest It is suggested that all interestI j I J ball parties concerned M:. Lois Echols '3), valedictorian.ceneral .

kE'pinith the day and tip and it looks and sounds like: Guthrulges 82-vear-old motherwas excellence in English and
cd read the Book of Esther the
Spirit of Falht>r's Day: : the oldest something will be done pretty soon in the ("ar'ith him. She re-I I highest scholastic average for th
mowing Wednesday mcht Tins
father present the youngest father I!I about a market. Cattlemen from ceived one slight cut on her lejMr. 1
present, the father of the i!jail I sections of the Glades were .n explains the reason for the Jewish Guthndge not injured.legion t, salutatorian and best all-
Feast of Purim Timely in yew of | :
youngest child present the fatherof I Attendance 'I I round Senior girl Frank Rozelte?
Palestine conditions: todiv Friday
the largest;: number of children - Jr.. Student activities' award fo-
night two will b< shown, "Kpstml Juniors I
present, and the father travelingthe bov >: Join MrLarty, student i:-
Processing "f pnne", in color designed far ,
longest distane to be present Start Season Plav t'Vities award for girls DickieJovns
1 little children The other "Th
and the couple present married the In Old Starch Plant 'n <2), best all-round! Senior
Good Samaritan as recorded n I
longest time. The Pastor will use I Luke 10:25-31. Members of th- PahoKee American Legion" boy and DAR history award Bcl.bv .-

as the sermon: subject 'God I CLEUISTON The first commercial chool wi'l! be given tickets fr'I I junior baseball' team will begin BaUer, American Legion 'it-!

Ideal Man", the Senior Choir tinder ramie processing plant i". championship play on Monday. 7enshp: award for boys. Lena
distribution. All attending: a'e
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the direction of Mrs Fail the United States will be set up asked to bring these tickets that I when they invade Stuart. The first Goodson Americas. Legion citizenship

:Meredith will sing the anthem here in the former starch house home game will be Wednesday, award for girls Sibyl Jensen' "
the children with the best response
The Evening Service<< will wif- building of the U. S. Sugar Corporation might be awarded accordingly. when Belle Glade comes to Pa- (2), Business; and Professional

ness the presentation of the SoundMovie The plant is expected to be - liokee ]I Woman Club commercial studies

"The Calling of Matthew" ready for operation by December The local 1 aggregation is round- award and Woman Club horns

based' on the story of Matthew AS Plans for the new plant were an- Recreation Classes ing into shape rapidly, and Coacn I II I economics award; Frank Gilli... .

told in the gospels This is a religious nounced by James Dempsey, bead During The SummerA Ralph Gress and his staff are confident Denton athletic trophy: FJwoo-1

picture written produce: of the fiber department of New- that the boys will make a Dart. Lions Club agriculture

and presented for the purpose of port Industries and chairman of good showing this year award" ; Margaret Powell Rotary

the gospel message it contains. the ramie committee of the- Palm six-week summer recreation The elimination series calls for Club essay contest award

The public is cordially invited to Beach County Resources Develop- program and :$vfc school at ,Pa- six tetfms in the northern part of Itvss announced that the graduating -

come. "The Youth Choir under tit! ment Board Dempsey is manager hokee High School starting .July this American Legion district to clam 10 presenting to the

direction of TL O. Lamp! will lead of the large ramie plantation ant 5. has been announced by Principal battle Winner of this subdutrici school a gin of $1.100 In cash Of

the Congregational singing and decorticating' plant operated by D D. Caudill. will play the winner of the south this sum it was specified that $704

will,present a special number Newport Industries at Canal Robert O. Lamps bandmasterand ern part of the district; to determine be used toward the purchase of
Following the oresenttaion of Point. music director will be ir the district champion.The'i musical instruments for the high
charge of the music school and school band and the remainder
the Picture the Woman's Societyof The lOt, go
new operation will be a de- the winners of the 9th and
Christian Service in cooperationwith << Cljde Alley athletic coach and director toward the purchase of two ele't-
gumming plant where gums from districts will meet for the right t.
the church and congregationwill of physical education wi'l trio drinking fountains for the
the decorticated fiber will be removed play in the state' tournament.
tender a reception to the Pastor ; by wash processes It will arrange the recreation program I The Pahokee ball-toshers have school

and Famflv This will be informal make possible the spinning o? Activities both in music study and complete equipment, !including ... .-
recreation will start at 9 a. m and
and will be followed bv i ramie fiber on a commercial sca.e< I brand new uniforms which wev
period of Fellowship and refreshments for the first time in this ('ountr)". end at 4 p, m, Mondavthrougn [donated bv local merchants. Th Sheriff .John Kirk
Fridays while the school is in sei- ]
H T. Vaughn. Vice President' schedule follov: Heads State
!" ion. Group
.- ft the Sugar Corporation, said the --... June 21. at Stuart; June 23

plant ' Three Pahokee Boys With the election and installation '
by Newport Industries with Seminoles Will Palm Beach Jun :3O. Uest Pain
of srn'riff John F Kirk, Pain
Attend FFA MeetingJames the Corporation joining in the enterprise j Beach here: Julv 2ero' Reach
Present ProgramFor Peach County. as president and
by furnishing the facih *ere: July 3. at Fort Pierce: Ju'v
the naming, of oth r officers trerve <'
Sims, Charles ties, Machinery for the plant Will Pahokee Baptists *t Fort Pierce here: Julv I*, atVern
Humphries = with him, the 35th annual
nnd Bernard Justice are representing ''co,. !'t about 250000. It is expected : Reach: Julv 21. at Be'So convention of the Florida Sheriff?

the Pahokee Chapter Futures I I'I most of the fiber will! go for textile Rev Starl v Smith and a group I Glade: July 2... tuart .he- ". Association came to a close it
use Sea Inland :Mills of New ------ -
Farmers of America at the annual of Seminole Indians
will present a ]I noon \\' dn >*day at the until
FFA State Convention in Gainesville I York which has conducted experiments program Sunday night at te Fir- Vacation Bible GeorgeAsington in \\eat Pal< t
this week in growth and decorti Baptist Church of Pahokee Adul'j Beach

i All three cf the local FFA boys cation of ramie. has used a considerable and young pt'frlin comprisethe School Starts Today The convention adjourned to

are applicants for' the FFA degre amount of ramie fibrin cnmparv Songs in ixth languages I I rict Jan. 11-12 in Tampa in semiannual -

of State Farmer which Is awarded the manufacture of te'ltHf'Jit.: will be rendered Hsv Smith j j The Pahokee Baptist acatioa session and June H-l" liPensicela

rthe orginizition to boys witi011'landing The nor plant is designed;: to,, just recently attended the Southern .. Bib? School began this! morning in annual convention

records of leadership, meet the European competition bdegUTrmme \ Baptist Convention where .' at S 3O and will centime next officers
in of
Charge, the s-t-up
in !school community an.1FFV into textile: ] material. Mission Board a young lady wii* A Bible story movie will t.f' shown several nominated at the January
activities As an honor the --- teach music at the camp in Dmia each night at 7 30 to which the entire I'seiri-arnual I meeting; for install

State Farmer degree is !''I'On.1 New Cattle Market This young lady whose rime ve familv Ls invited tion at this! cession were not reelected -

only to the American Firmer degree i i have not learned is a most capib 'I j Mrs C. \\ftterineton.. Jr I is to.fflef' at the recent prtmarle.s .

awarded! b\ the national or-' I Open In Wauchula speaker and will be hear
garization I I I, ri ight. Since coming to Kl >r.di Agner the Primary Dept Sheriff K:til, .f'i. wl host for t>;-

They were accompanied< t31Giinetvtlle : ,i I The reception s;ver the opening; Rev mith has sn some two : 5upt: :Mrs James Batchelor the convention was elected to rt'r..Jlllr .
Jv Richard L. Btx k*, lof .- Livestock six hundred ; > tie HiV* County hundred of the : *-ni Junior Dcr ipt J T. Shepherd. outgoing sheriff <.'

local KF\ chapter advisor and I!I Auct:i Market far exceeded' the roles acknowledge Jesus Christ a< Mobcrg the Intermediate Dept ?t. Jrt-n County: Sheriff Hair '

Erictdture; instructor at Pahokee . :xpe.'*it.p*-s rot the nanacement their aviour! Of interest to :*!' Pup. Mr. Fl.worth Keen sake P \\ttt CnlumMa County w-

High Some cattle to b: ctione-1 ChristiansvfV to hf rf'iev i :as :nor: upt moved from **con>l 1st first >\r.
-. i can to arrive shortly after day tithes his ohr income wnn to the illness .,f hediught: "r, Ef rf'st.J"r.
.\T'Ilr.1) IIRI s ST.\TE : !tight- ether a i'tle arrived during the result that The averse church! ; fie Lou Thank to Dr. and MrR. ..

I the wmnir and almost i;p to the procram of finance is far in arrears P. M'tcher the annual treat --.--

Miss Yvonne Fravr. a member time to tart the AAltt' It was: on' of thto whom we gr with :(of ice cream was rthtwia'tirall- \T r.oST.Tr.

nf rextear Seni>r Class at Pa- II busy morning for everyone connected the: ,"Ol pel. These. mini you we entered into thus morning by V*

hokee High School l. loft Saturday with the nr-arurt The inauguration ,call heathen Mrs Smith: will wea' entire chorl A rrr.'f' wi:l boo 4'n- Leland " -.. ... .. .. .' Mr ,-I

for Tallahassee to attend Girls' of the market will If her recently acquired buckskin joed by the school at the doe Mrs f T_ -*'- ':" A j4W... .

state which b in session at tha a day lorg remembered" in Waachula j gown Refreshments well br S T*", Jfct i The chool i!l for all rhlldr n.. JQ-r" .r. 'r. r+,.:.t T ,,* IJ-.\*' ST> -...

tate capital this week' -Flond* Advocate tie close' of the service -. "-Khm.il Ain< jt*.Mon at T *l*.

Miss Fraser is representing' the - D!'. WUtum C Young con<*'-!.1;I h..o** tKrr'jfh next wir Jur.

community at Girls' State under Mr C. C. Cruthird and son Mr and Mrs Homer J Clause ed a pie.cho/-l clinic at tie Canal :0A rrtrrtf-r f neat yar'

the sponsorship of Post 90 American John Bennett' are guests of MrCruthird's had as guests the past "week her Point School on Thursday a1'tl'r- senor Clanat Pank hilts!

Legion Auxiliary. She was accompanied brother-in-law and sist. uncle. A. C. Loosing and grand- noon of this week for the physical d.lV.z.. he La berg sent toT Parr?

to Tallahajaee by hermother. er. Mr. and Mr*. Gene Wirwmhn. i d ught r. Miss Lois Lratng. of examination of children who pUn State under the sponsorship ",t

Mr*. L J, Fraser in Hollywood W. week. San Angrlo. Teas to enroll b the school in th* fall Fred aed >r-r !\tar..n-M Pr


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surveyed and mapped in a day and Westinghouse
EVERGLADES NEWSServing the principal advantage of air-ex- Anniversary MarkedBy roaster oven.
The ladies of the church serveda
the ( Okeecbobee. Farming Region ploration is the speed with which Capacity CrowdAt
"* it can be accomplished. Now vast most bountiful dinner which was
Established 1924 Published Every Friday areas even mountains or impene- Baptist ChurchFrom attended by one of the largestgroups

Subscription.. Price $2.00 Year In Advance trable jungles can be accurately seen in a long time. The
in of and the standpoint of fellow- afternoon songfest arranged amp
explored a matter days
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn with comparative ease where it ship in the full sense of the word. directed by Reppart Cowart was

Cit e1 Point. Florida as Second Class Matter formerly took :years. Sunday at the First Baptist entered into with much enthusiam.The .

The amazing device or gadget Church of Pahokee was most out- day closed with a well attended -
Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher that records the findings is knownas standing. It was the occasion :of: Training t'nion: and the third of

a magnetometer. Although developed the seventh anniversary of the the series of messages on, "Israel:: ,
MeowA several :years ago its use ministry of Rev. C. A. Moberg. the New State..

gossip was telling! Ilk; Chase of the knockdown and in exploration for oil and metals : The Sunday School enjoyed thi The pastor announced the

drag-out affairs: of a newly arrived couple next door. was held back when the war called I unusually large attendance for awarding of a copy of the Mountof

"Everyone is talking. Some are taking her part and some tor th" use of such scientific this season of the :year of two Olives Edition of the New Testament -
his hundred and forty. Dr. J. Harrison to the first with the
purred the informer. knowledge in the battle of the At person

And," replied Ilka acidly, "I suppose a few ecentric individuals lantic. Christian Griffin. State Secretary! correct answer to the question
The Gulf people turned their Education spoke to the How many Jewish: temples are
are minding own bU.3iness"-Readers Digest.
Men's Class. His message will long mentioned in the Bible and
* * knowledge in this field over to the give averse
be remembered. The Philathea of Scripture for each?" The
Navy and their magnetometer was
If war should come the United States must be able to used to defeat the submarine and Class was honored with the pres- answers are to be written with the

carry the battleground of that war to any land whose aggression played an important part in the nee of Mrs. Griffin.A day: and minute the time of the
has produced the conflict. of the capacity congregation greeted All
-Secretary Army capture or destruction of many writing. with correct answer
Royall. undersea boats. Dr. Griffin and received with will be awarded Sunday night.

* * Just: as it is now being employedto much interest the sermon on. "The June: 20. at which time Rev. Mo-

If you don't start building this year, you will never havea locate oil structures it was then Happy Church** The program of berg will speak on the subject in

modern Air Force by the time the Russians get "the used to locate submarines: and tae vocal selections by Miss Ouida:: question. The pastor uses this
Willis of Miami and
bomb."-Secretary of the Air Force Symington. Germans never knew how our flyers accom- medium to thank all who made
sass. I were able to locate their pig panist. Mrs. B. Carson was well re- possible the wonderful anniversary
!mats when they were submerged ceived. At the close of the servic Sunday enjoyed by those who were
For my responsibility I regard every day as critical.- end lying on the bottom but we the Mobersrs were called to the interested and could attend.

Secretary of Defense Forrestal. I did and successfully blasted them front by Chairman of the deacon - tm

ssss to the surface. H. L. Speer who after a few words E. Wagnon has joined his

Truth and light are the best weapons of freedom.- -John During the next few months .'on behalf of the church presentedthe family in Arkansas for the sum-

Foster Dulles adviser to U. S. delegation to UN urging a Gulf will map a good portion of Mohergs the surprise gift a mer.

"truth unit" to fight Reds. this state and when they have finished -
* * we will have knowledge of -- l

The school can't take the the various formations that exist
place of the home. The classroom -

can supply! only knowledge; the parents must build amazed beneath our to learn soil. Personally.that we have I. was i Rom where.I sit Jy Joe Marsh

the essential character.: -Bernard Iddings Bell, former professor basement structure of granite. I

Columbia University. had the crazy idea that Floridawas
sass sUnder
sand clear down to elsewhere.
our Constitution we cannot and should not makeit -

iliegal for an American citizen to think communism or express WINS IV DOG SHOWEd I == How to Live LongerSomeone

his opinions: so long as; he does not advocate a violent Cushman of Pahokee and his

overthrow of the \"ernment.-Sel'\t Robert A. Taft (R) of ocker spaniels continue to wi.ihonors I
Ohio. in dog shows in the state"I'
ssss Last Sunday Mr. Cushman showedat asked Pappy Miller la.t when he gets home he takes'! it ease

the Daytona Beach dog show week how he stayed so spry at with a mellow glass! of beer and
European: unity under the United Nations zone can assure
and won "best.of breed" with his ninety. Pappy told him: chatsitb the missus until it's
the survival of civilization.-Bernard M. Baruch.
English Springer Spaniel. One of time to to bed.
ssss Well, sir-when I work, I work go
his dogs, shown for the first time,
America's hard. When I set, I set' loo;:('. \VhenI From here I !'it. relaxing is a
current whirling dervish policy in the Middle placed fourth in the snorting
think I po to sl cp." fine art-e-pcrially in these tense
East must go. We can no longer take a pro-Zionist line regarding group. Sunday Mr. Cushman will
Palestine on Monday, a pro-British line on Tuesday go to Fort Lauderdale for another According to Due Holli..ttr. that fast-moling: : times And there's
and show. formula i isn't far ami**. "Hard nothing like a temperate glass of
a pro-Arab line on Wednesday.-Sen. \,"a"neTorse (R)
of Oregon. - work" sass hoc "never wore out beer-rnjotrd with pleasant com-

ssso Heart disease is still the leading anyone before his time, providing; gang-to restore that easy frame
cause of death in the United he knew how and when to re'ax.! ft mind that one nerds after a hard
We now see in the UN a steady deterioration and a loss of daj's work.
States to statistics
recently -
public confidence.-Rep Walter Judd (R) of Minn. issued by the Life Insurance Doc himself works overtime,
* * with his daytime patients at the }
Association of America. The death! 8'C tl.twl!
We are the obstacle in a struggle for world dominion. We rate in the nation from all cause office and his evening calls. And -

are the primary target of attack. Defeat the United States reached a new low'.last year the

and the world is at the' mercy of the conqueror. Gen. report shows. Coy*ris'it.1015.1'ahed$,rtes Vrturn>UJiJiuII

George C. Kenny commander Strategic Air Command.

view of the pains they took to explain r

TOO LATE TO exactness everything I still feel with that technical in mown :: Mary r fa a PonoEar PARTY LINER*

words. I can tell enough of
CLASSIFYBy the story to enable the average

layman to grasp what it is all !
( Russell Kay) about.It .
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started when a forward looking s es
If, during the next few months young man in the employ of r > wn

you should sec a bomber-type airplane Gulf proposed in 1940 that his superiors -

flying low. and trailing what give consideration to the
looks like a sizeable bomb on a possibility of prospecting for oil C
cable, don't frantically call the by air.

FBI or permit :yourself to become After much research and experiment .
otherwise alarmed.
the Gulf people finally developed -
Believe is or not. such a planeis
a gadget which Whf'llflo'l."n {
now surveying: Florida searching -
over the earth accurately
for likely locations to drill for ti
records the intensity of the earth'smagnetic
oiL It Is operated by the Researcn
field at any given point.It .
and Development Division of th-
does not actuall find oil. but it
Gudf Refining Corporation and is
provides geological informationthat
exploring the unseen that lies below -
enables the geo-physcist to
the surface of our state. !
determine whether or not the
For the betterment part of tw-T basement structure and the over-
days I have been in a huddle wits lying sedimentary rock or other

scientists engineers and geologistsat formation. are of a type and character -
a Gulf Research Laboratory recently that indicate a strong possibility -
established at the Braden- of oil. It is still necessaryto

ton- :ua-'ta Airport.These drill if you want the answer t> "
learned gentlemen have the 64 dollar question. ft

patiently and diligently tried to Taking area by area the research -
invade. my feeble intellect wita plane is flown hack and
authentic facts and information '
forht trailing the magnetometer:
concerning the wh.it. where how I(I which provides the data: in the i .

and why of their mysterious ope- j form of chart for the intelligent! l'

rations. Unfortunately we don I jniappirg of strictures existing! tjreath -*-
speak the same 1tnguage.S the 'surface sJ ii5'
S* d.m't get me "rnn I I studied a number of these area

like professors." engineer.. scientists maps abed while: I must admit: She's considerate of others l
f-eologists and even lawyersas they didn't Tel! me very much. I
IVopIe. but when they go pm- could see that with the proper She never ;interrupts

fessionsl and start spoutingn training! they would be perfectly when line is in use +
terra of theif profession_ it J's' ; clear to the. geologist. for these

Mn't register with me It was expert would read them for U't' She releases line in em eriency:

only when they stopped talking much as I might a copy of Guffy'First .
Shorans and rna f't.mt"tf'T1'11 Reader. To me they looked She gives P arty called '

s5d. "Help yourself to a C't'<"'- Lke a cross between a picture of t time to answer
Cola," that I fully understood I
A fingerprint and a blueprint ->f f.
what they were talking about. a spider-web with more numbers j
While I realize what a bitter disappointment on it than Cuban lottery ticket I j .
this. column i. giincto By the old exploration methods SODifERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY

be to the laboratory staff ir. __ ..
only a very limited area could: boo ,.ret'"

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I That's right! When you must walk on the highways in rural !

or suburban areas, always walk on the left side of the road :

facing traffic.

:' There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every person ;

i killed facing traffic three were killed walking with traf-

fic. 24 Floridians lost their lives and 33 were injured walking

: the wrong way instead of facing* oncoming cars. For every

daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and

dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing
Mr. Motorist- in the road.

o Never assume you are safe when walking on the highways

MAKE many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicablehit

SAFE-DRIVING and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his victims -

increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hitandrun -
accidents were recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by

these car cowards.So .

remember for your own sake- on highways, walk to
the left facing traffic-be alert to danger-be alive tomorrow.


o DON'T TAKE CHANCESPrepared The Everglades News

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Four Ttie Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday, June IS. 1943
CHURCH OF CHRIST the Christian Science textbook. CUB PACK SUPPER
Birthday Party For
SCIENTIST I "Science and Health with Key to Cinematic ChatterBy I _
"IS THE UNIVERSE. IN- the Baker Gloria John
Scriptures" by Mary Malcolm MillarIt SmithMr. 'The Pahokee Cub Pack 23 iactivities
CLUDING tAN, ENVOLVED BY Eddy: "The true theory of tne
ATOMIC FORCE" is the subjectof : universe, including man. is not in and Mrs. John A. Dulany for the season with a
the Lesson-Sermon which will material history but in spiritual has been a long time sm-e entertained at dinner Monday supper meeting in the city park
be read in Churches of Christ! development. Inspired thought relinquishes the lovely voiced Jeanette MacDonald Friday night. Several cubs of Dens
Scientist throughout the world 01 a material sensual, and has graced our screen and evening honoring their daughter, One, Two and Three were presented -
Sunday. June 20. mortal theory of the universe, and we arcs: happy to announce her in Mrs. Sydney K. Smith. Jr.. of Belle with merit badges by Cubmaster -
The Golden Text is: "Though adopts the spiritual and immortal" a new type picture for her talents, Glade on her birthday anniversary. Mike Hope rich. Mrs. Frank Ro-
there be that are called gods. (547:25). embracing some of the finest act- Others attending were Mrs. C. zt IIt. Mrs. J. M. Elliott. Mr*. Mike
whether in heaven or in earth (as -- ing ability in Hollywood.The A. Shive, Gloria Mman Smith Hopench and Mrs. D. W. Cunningham -
there be gods many, and lords picture is "Three Daring den mothers were in chargeof
many.) but to us there is but one I Hunting Dates Will Daughters" and the cast is headed Sydney K. Smith, Jr.. Sydney K supper arrangements. Parents
_ God, the Father, of whom are all : by Miss MacDonald. Jose: Iturbi. Smith. III. and Philip Allen Du- I I of cubs and scout officials were
things, and we in him" (I Corinthians Be Set By Commish Jane Powell Ann E. Todd. Mary lany. guests.
85. 6)). Eleanor Donahue, Edward Arnold.
Among the citations which com TALLAHASSEE The State Harry Davenport. and there are a
prise the Lesson-Sermon is the Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- host of other "lesser lights" but I I
I will meet here June 21 clever featured
following from the Bible: "Thus mission equally players. !
with the Lord, thy Redeemer, the to set dates and regulations for The story is delightfully suitedto I'
Holy One of Israel; I am the Lord the 1948-49 hunting season. the cast. It is refreshing:, invigorating I 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADES
thy God which teacheth thee to Ben C. Morgan commission director : and comical. It moves:
profit which leadeth thee by the said to the agency "hopes"to along with purpose-in-mind, and
way that thou shouldest go" establish more uniform hunt- cornea naturally and comfortabl
(Isaiah 48:17). ing regulations this year. He added to a stirring climax that sends
The Lesson-Sermon also includes however, that it all depends on everyone, convinced they have 4 Buses To MiamiTo
from "whether or not sportsmen in the been royally entertained.By .
the following passage West Palm Beach
various districts can get together all means don't miss this

on their requests." very charming picture.See Daily To Ft Myers & Lakeland
"All the sportsmen." he said, you at the movies-Mai.
"seem to want a statewide season .
OFFICE HOURSFROM -provided its the season they re- LipscombWilson
quest for their district."
Glades Motor Lines Inc.
At the June meeting the com-
JUNE 1 THRU SEPT 39 mission will fix dates for th! Mrs. G. C. Sanders of Pahokee ,

MORNINGS ONLY shooting of deer, turkey, quail, announces the marriage of her SERVING THE GLADES"Shrubs
daughter Miss Mary Ruth Wilson
and squirrel.
to Delma M. Lipscomb of Clewis-
SUNDAY .-- ton at the Community Presby-

RECENT EMERGENCIES Mr. and Mrs. Frank Friend hays terian Church in Clewiston on Fri-
ACCEPTED" as guests this week her son WillA. day evening June 4. Vows for thi
Nason. and her son-in-law and double ring ceremony were read by I -
DI;. and MRS. daughter. Mr. and Mrs. James the Rev. Herman pastor of the : 1- I
C. E. CREEL Porter Hallbrook and children of church. i '
Behzoni. Miss The bride wore a gown of whif : TI
pique and a corsage of pink cai- and Trees I

nations.Mr. .
I - I LJpscomb is the son of Mr. I
and :Mrs. Ben F. Lipscomb. former \VARIETIES AT RETAIL i
residents of GadS(>n. Ala.. no'v
1 ON DISPLAY FOR living in Clewiston.

I Following a brief wedding trip Authorized Sales and Service I
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY at their hotreen
the couple are now
I E. Ventura Ave.. CIewi!'>ton. JACOBSEN POWER AND I

All Those who prayed for

my recovery during my recent ISLAND LANDSCAPE
: CO.
All-Purpose Farm WagonsCarts illness and to the many friends I
and neighbors; for the thoughtful Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons !
letters and cards; also for the 1100 Southern Bhd.. Wet Palm Beach
many very lovely flowers I re-
Hydraulic Mole Drains, ceived. I wish to express mv very .1
i deepest appreciatioui I snail ever
be grateful.

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Classified AdsFOR
: .C. Underwood Typewriters .:.
Farm Machinery & Supply Co. A Sundstrand Adding Machine .:

SALE: New and used Willys : Marchant Calculating Machines .)
Jeeps. Walter Asnley Garage In 4; A. B- Dick Mimeographs .
Phone 531
Canal Point Fla.
Belle Glade. Phone 126. Jllcn s.- Elliott Addresso Graphs 4:.

4:. F & E Check Writers S.
.u SEPTIC tacks and grease traps

3872.cleaned Bob Douthit and repaired.Phone, Pahokee. M17e 4 4:. HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. :i:

:, Phone 2-388.3 West Palm Beach .:.
NOTICE: Anyone to whom I. L. V .
Burton of Canal Point was indebted sassa ssas ssassais sssss+ssasssassass sssssassasssassss si s
r T T T T T T T T T T T T T T t + 1
should get in touch witn

Much: ff er washers! the Loach.undersigned Canal Point: Mrs., Fla.\V. C. Jll De-

Much: -lower prices: FOR Tractor seeder SALE, 5:Lift foot 1947 and disc Ford trailer.. Fertilizerand Ferguson D. II Milk Means GrowthWithout

Plow. Call M. R. Rhoades. phon-
\ 2614. 3tp
certain elements in his
these new and different sale. Blacks and Red and whites. diet, baby would lack bounce and -

Bendix Washers! They're just armed in Best neighboring bloodlines.markets.Priced E. F. below Cush- energy. The urge to grow and de-

our store! Many features man. Pahokee. June 18. 25.pd
new ne\er seen before velop would be retarded.

. they can even put in their own soap! WANTED: Dragline operator \\'.

J. Adam 654 Bacom Point Road. Alfar Pasteurized Milk is the
Phone 638. Pahokee. Itp

COME SAVE as much as 120 FOR SALE: Six room concrete safest milk for your b a by.

The world's favorite automatic washer for as block structure, a few block* Homogenized llilk"ith the all-
much as M20 leu than other automatics . just from the bridge In Belle Glade on
Pahokee-Belle Glade road. Large important Vitamin D added is
little than
a more ordinary hard-work washers!
corner lot. Owner leaving and sacrificing -
at J100OO_ Kasv term I the choice of many mothers for
BINDIX' WASHERS PRICED AS lOW AS sl".n Call Dan Carpenter 2571.
kee. Paho-I baby feeding. Be safe when you

FIRST COM FIRST SE'VE'AT KW s \Li:: One---T-20:. --tractor i iW buy milk-look for the Alfar em-

$ : ). also: one 1--lZ tractor SIO .
W J.da *. Phone 63". Paho- '! blem.
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Six The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday. June IS, 1948

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Miss Eva Gainey Is I I I town guests. Miss Nadine Hauler- Husbands Are Feted I Sea Scouts Enjoy gram of Seamanship participatedin
son, the bride's niece presided at by all Sea Scouts. The program
Bride Of M. SpoonerThe I I I the puncb bowl assisted by Miss By WSCS Wives Week End CruiseEleven included a turn at the wheel as
Jo Ann Dixson and the brides- helmsman by every Scout ropy
First Methodist Church of maids. The bride's table was em- Members of the Gertrude Shirley' Sea Scouts under the work fire drills abandoned shin

Pahokee was the scene of a beauti- bossed with a lace tablecloth and Circle, First Methodist WSCS. leadership of Perry Duke from Pa- drill and other seamanship. The
ful wedding last Sunday at 4:00 around the three tiered cake entertained their husbands at a boys at their meals aboard the PC
. o'clock when Miss Eva Gainey. baked by the bridegroom's mother social meeting at the home of Mr. hokee. returned Sunday from a and slept aboard the 300-foot DE
. daughter of Mrs. Homer P. Gaineyand and aunt, were white rose bud and Mrs. Manning I. Keen Monday week-end Cruise which left from Tills in Miami.

the late Homer P. Gainey of and fern which reflected into the night. the Port of Palm Beach to Miami i The large group was divided into -
Brooker, became the bride of Mel- large mirror on which the cake Mrs. Parnell Enecks program and back. The Cruise was made 4 sections under the leadershipof
vin D. Spooner, son of Mr. and was centered. chairman introduced John T. with 57 Sea Scouts and Leaders in Wendell Guyer. West Palm
Mrs. J. E. Bpooner, Sr. of Pahokee. Out of town guests were Mr. and Pickett. Sr.. who gave a talk on the Gulf Stream Council, Boy Beach Perry Duke of Pahokee,
Large baskets of gladioli and Mrs. O. W. Dixson and daughterJo "Missionary Work in China." Mrs.I. Scouts of America aboard a 173- Garland Hayes. Jr.. Fort Pierce
easter lilies were placed at each Ann, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Emory M. Lair presented the devotionals. foot PC boat stationed at Palm I Floyd Thorpe, West Palm Beach,
side of the palm banked alta and eon Joe, from Tampa. Mr. and Beach. The Cruise was under the I Dr. Tom Bregger and Shelly Con-,
along with lighted tapers in grad- Mrs. James D. Clark and daughter Following the program the gameof leadership of Commodore R. R- I yell Belle Glade and Alfred Sutn-.
uated candleabra. The family pews Susie of Haines City. Mrs. Earn- bingo was played. High score Tbompson who arranged a pro- i and Rhoy Johnson Lake Worth.
were marked with lace fern an3: est Edwards and son Gene o* prizes were won by Mrs. Enecks J -..
white gladioli and tied with white Brooker. Mrs. H. M. Collins of and L. M. Collins. Those attending -- -- ---- - -- --'

satin ribbon. The ceremony was Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Raul- were Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schroder. --- :
performed by the Reverend Fred erson and family of Okeechobe", M/ and Mrs. J. M. Elliott Mr. and
Martin of Live Oak. and Mr. and Mrs. Hub Spooner and Mrs. I. M. Lair. Mr. and :Mrs. JohnA.

Preceding the ceremony pro- son. of Clewnston.. Dulany, Mr. and Mrs. SydneyK. Notice To Growers And Stockmen!
gram of nuptial music was rendered For traveling the bride wore i Smith Jr.. of Belle Glade. Mr.
by the organist. Miss Mary white linen suit with matching ac- and Mrs. Glenn Abling. Mr. and I
Eleanor Kidder of Belle Glade. cessories. Her corsage was of pink Mrs. Parnell Enecks Mr. and Mrs. The FARMERS PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION -
June 23rd Mr. L. M. Collins Mr. and Mrs. Robert
buds. After
Mr. Robert O. Lampi and Miss rose and The National Farm Loan Association.
Joan McLarty sang a duet. "An and Mrs. Melvine Spooner will be Walker Rev. and Mrs. C. T.
Sweet Mistery of Life". The tra- at home at 556 East Main Stree. Howes Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Stew- will have representatives at Pahokee and Belle Glade

ditional wedding marches were Pahokee Fla.Howes art, J. T. Pickett. Mrs. H. C. for the purpose of interviewing farmers and taking !
Belk and Mr. t
Graham. Mrs. G. M. '
used. ..- I applications for their financial requirements. t
The bride given in marriage by and Mrs. Keen. I
her uncle. Mr. E. S. Gainey o'
Plant City wore a gown of white Family Is Local Post Makes I Pahokee: at M. P. Holman, Inc. Fertilizer House, on I

Flipper satin cut on Victorian lines Given A ReceptionA Repairs On Home Fridays, July 2nd, 9th 16th 23rd 30th and August :

with fitted leg o'mutton sleeves 6th and 13th, between the hours of 10:00 a. m. and :
and a bertha type deep lace yoke. '
reception honoring Rev and Members of Canal Point Post 3:00 p. m.
The was buttoned to the
gown Mrs. C. T. Howes and family wi'.lie 242 spent Monday evening work-
waist in the back with self covered
buttons and a bustle effect flounce I given by the Woman's Societyof ing on the interior of their Legion HelJe Glade: at the office of Van Landingham Brothers :
Chrislial'SE.'n.ice at the First Home on Lake Front Drive th<' '
pave added interest. The skirt Methodist,Church Sunday night remodeling of which they hope to on Thursday. July 1st. 8th, 15th, July 22ml.I !.
terminated in a full length train. I
Her tierra was of orange blossoms following the ('evening worship have completed soon. It was announced ? th> and August 5th and 12th, between: : the hours of .
hour with! the local work committee that regular meetings o' ; '
to which was attached a 1':003. m. and 3:00 p. m.
:Mrs. G. \\'. Byrd. Sr.. chairman Post 242 will be held on the sE.'con.1
tip veil of sheerest illusion.
finger in charge of arrangement end fourth Monday nights of each:
The bride's only ornament was a The Rev. Howes is beginning his month instead of the first and I Interviews: will)] be appreciated. ,
single strand' of pearls, a gift from
I third year as pastor of the church. third Mondays as has been the I
the bridegroom. She carried a (Aug.-S-col
I All members and friends are invited custom in the past the next meeting I
bouquet of white roses, from which IJ
I to attend. I(I scheduled for June 28.
flowed white satin streamers. .
Mrs. Ray B. Raulerson. sister )f
the bride acted as matron of hon-
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marquisette was cut on the sam-
lines as that of the bride. Miss
Madeline Crosby of Davtoni Everglades Special The Insley Dragline
Beach. Miss Clarice Thomas
Stark and Miss Nell Latham of
Canal Point bridesmaids wore
matching gowns of pastel net over
taffeta. Their headdresses we'2
bonnet-styled crowns of pleated
marquisette ornamented with
tiny petal Little Misses Cathey
Wilson of Pahokee and Susie
Clark of Haines City were flower
girls and were gowned In pastel
shades similar to the bridesmaids:
Little Hub Spooner. nephew of iii1F; I :

the bridegroom was ring bE>an>r.1 ._
Calvin Spooner served as '
brother's best man. The usher, a'so !-I
brothers' of the bridegroom
were J. E. Spooner. Jr. :

Spoon. and Leon Spooner.Mrs. H'I I
Gainey. mother of the
wore a navy blue suit of rayon

Her crepe corearre with matching was a single accessories.purpl0orchid. }: J !

Mrs. Spooner. mother o* ; ?
the groom wore a dress of printed '
pink crrpe. lIf'rorj :\t" also was
a single purple orchid.

Immediately following; the-'t'roo-
monv a reception was held on the sk
spacious lawn at the home of Mrs 1- Ij
Ray R. Raulerson sister of the -
bride. for relat.ves: and out-of-


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the top of a hill-on a curve-going into an underpass, or Ii
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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, June IS, 194?

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Miss Gresham Bride f Mr. and :Mrs. Louis Vann and Mount Dora Girl
children left this week for a visit
Of Robert L. TurnerMiss with relatives in Sarasota and ,Wins Pepsi Award

Georgia.Mrs. I -
Eloise Gresham, daughtc::, : Roy Segree is recuperatingfrom :MOUNT DORA Carol Snort.
of Rev. and Mrs. James M. Gresham an emergency appendectomy Mount Dora High School Senior

of Pahokee, became the bride Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Bake.*. Mrs. W. Roselle Wilson and performed at the Everglades Me- who graduates this year, has received
of Robert Lee Turner, daughter of; residents liv- Ga. the morial Hospital Tuesday after- top honors in the annual
former Pahokee now sons of Colquit, spent
:Mrs M. H11ite of GainesviH- noon. Pepsi-Cola Scholarship award?
the relatives in Pa
ing in Clewiston announce past weeK visiting
at a candlelight in thi Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stevens plan for the state of Florida. She
birth of a son Charles Marion, hokee and while here attended the
Pahokee Church of God on Friday. i at the Everglades Memorial Hos- commencement t exercises at Pahc- to leave this coming week for one of two graduating seniors *u

June 11, at 1 p. m. pital on June 10. kee High School Thursday nightat Hendersonville. N. C. the state to receive the award,
The vows were read by Rev. D Mrs. Sam McKinstry Sr., and out of field of 643
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. :-Oewsome, which time Mrs. Wilson's sister. a competitive
L. Lemons of Coconut Grove a.J former Pahokee residents, an- Miss Walta Nell Hull received her daughter Johanna and Mrs. Earl who took the rigid examinations.She .
the ccuple stood before the altar nounce the birth of a daughter at diploma. They were accompaniedhome Crossman and children left this receives a full four year scholarship -
which was banked with whit Good Samaritan Hospital West by Walta Nell and her sister week to Join Mr. McKinstry and which includes free tuition
gladioli, pink roses and fer- Mr. Crossman at Cape Charles, and $25.00 allowance anti
Palm Beach on June 13. Mrs. Mrs Edgar Barnes. Their parents personal
gainst a background of potter: Va, and Pocomoke, Md., for the to and
Newsome is the daughter of1.:. Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Hull partial traveling expenses
palms. and Mrs. A. B. Gray of Pahoke- will join them later in Colqui summer. from home.
Nuptial music was rendered bV Mr. and Mrs R. S. Bowe of S* while enroute to North Carolinafor Mrs Harold Rosenberg and Carol is planning to attend
Mrs. R. J. Johnson of Atlanta vocal Augustine announce the birth of the summer. children are moving to Lake Worth Whitman College in Walla Walla

soloist, and Mrs H. C. Graham, a daughter on June 14. Mrs Boweis Mrs. G. T. Echols is spending :a this week where they will spend Washington for her scholarship,
pianist. The traditional weddin: the former Miss Virginia Youn?. 10-day vacation visiting her father. two months near the beach. Dur- where she will major in Liberal
marches were played by Mrs daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. J L. DeLoach, and other relatives ing the time some of the children Arts.
Graham. will attend summer school. . .
Young of Pahokee. in Langdale, Ala.
The bride, in marriage l-y Mrs Nola Smith. Miss Sally
given . Mrs G Lawton Sims has returned -
her father, wore a gown of whit'! from a two-weeks visit Shipley. Mrs. Mary Hall and Miss Marines Set Up
Fire Losses Will Be Lil Teasley of Spartanburg S. c..
slipper satin fashioned with a yoke with her mother Mrs Alston. :nRkhland Recruiting Stations
of chantilly lace, sweetheart neck, Carefully StudiedTALLAHASSEEJ. Ga. are spending this week at Jupiteron
line beaded with seed pearls an.: the beach.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Vann have I JACKSONVILLE Captain K.
leg-of-mutton sleeves. The fu. Edwin Larson gone to North Carolina to spend E. Flake in charge of Marine recruiting -
skirt attached to the fitted bodi-v the at their home in
State Treasurer and State in Florida has announcedthat
with chantilly lace extended int: Fire )Marshal has announced that HendereonvnlleHomer Girls State Opens the Florida Marine Recruiting
p train and shoulder-length illus- the J. Clause left this week District, with headquarters in this
he is distributing printed proceedings
ion veil was held in place by A Next Week In Tally
for Gainesville to direct marketing -
of last Januarys statewide city had bee divided into ten rcruitng ;-
cluster of orange blossoms S;.< the Island Grov
fire prevention conference operations in areas
carried a bouquet of white carnations hich was held under his directionat celery deal. TALAHASSEE Girls from The district, which covers all of
centered with an orchid Orlando at the formal request Mrs' Paul Rardin is at the homeof everywhere in Florida are a sem- Florida f'astf the Apalachico.i
Miss Joan Gresham sister of th" of Governor Caldwell The confe-- her parentsDr.. and 1Irs.V.O, hieing in Tallahassee this weekto River, will now maintain full time
bride and maid of honor wore a
Strickland in Glennville, Ga.. offices in Daytona Beach. Lake
the first held in Florida,
blue of taffeta. )'lissSarah learn through doing how government -
pale gown Larson said. "but will be conducted j where he i is recuperating patisfactonlv land. Miami. Ocala. Orlando. S*.
Hayes of Miami cousin ol I annually hereafter because of its j from a recent illness.] She functions Petersburg. Tallahassee. Tam
the bride, and Miss Betty Lemons, her home in As citizens of Girls State, -
educational value." I plans to return to sponsored and West Palm Beach in addition;
Coconut Grove, bridesmaids wer The proceedings contain the I Canal Point within the next: eoupl" by the American Legio: ( to this city. Captain Flake has 2'>
identical of taffeta and
carried in bouquets gowns of carnations. I recommendations of rural and city of weeks. Auxiliary, raound 200 ;young ladies recruiters in the state Most of
makers Mr and Mrs X. L. Garrison an.l them are native Floridians or,
Other attendants of the bride i inrl fire chiefs, equipment un- are to hear first from ton-fligr
id Hl Janette Upthegrove and :I derwriters educators. buildin family have moved to Ok't>('hobt-e officials and then assuming:" the I I having served in Flondi. plan to
farm where thev will] make their home. make their home in Florida after ,
Mickey Padgett, dressed as mini I construction engineers. duties of those speakers in a mock j i
ture bride and bridegroom: Geneva groups interested in forest fire Mr Garrison former Pahokee city government practice what thev I retirement.

Andrew's flower girl, and Edwar;] i protection and municipal official recreation director and assistant just have been taught. ..AO.KD -
with fire law enforcement coach at the high !'school plansto MEETINGA
?;rf' bam. small brother of the charged The girls- all high school sen-
bride train bearer. 1 and the revision of building attend summer school at the iors next fall and selected for meeting of the executiveboard
David Kicklighter was Mr. Turn codes. University of Florida before assuming qualities of leadership courage, of the First Methods
er's best man. Fred Hayes andLewis Some 35 states. Larson said. his new duties as principal cooperativeness and scholarshipare -- Woman's Society of Christian Ser-
conferences dur- of the Okeechobee High School will be held at the church on
Gresham of Miami, cousins have held similar to meet each day in the chamber vice
of the bride J. R. Miller. Jr., and ing the past 12 months, as a result Mrs. Garrison and children will of the House of Representatives, Monday, June :n, at 2 p m.. according -
Thomas Miller acted as ushers. I of the President's national fire visit relatives in Virginia while &! to study government in the pla''e to Mrs. John A. Dulany
Following the ceremony a reception conference of last fall. is at the University.Mr. where laws actually are made. president of the society. All stand-
was held on the church "It is gratifying to observe whatis and Mrs. Robert F. Phipps They will be housed at Florida ing committee secretaries are urged -
lawn with Rev. and Mrs. Gresh.am going in the fire prevention residents of Pahokee for many State University. to make their quarterly reportsat

receiving with the bridal field." Larson contnued "and thisI )"ears. left Wednesday to make Allen Morris compiler of the this meeting... .
couole. Mrs. David Kicklighte' attribute to a growing public their home in Brevard N. C. Mr. State-adopted school referent
fire losses can Davis will move into Florida IOTVE PATTERSON CIRCLETO
was in charge of the bride's book. consciousness that and Mrs. Louis book on state affairs. The
and with minimum the residence on SE to the MEET MONDAY
Mrs. S. Gresham of Miami aunt be minimized Phipps Handbook. and consultant
of tie bride presided at the punci effort." First Ave.. which they have pur- House of Representatives on rules
bowl while portions of the wedding - chased. and procedure, has been appointed The lone Patterson Circle of
cake were served by Mrs. GardensIs Miss Estelle Chafe. Pahokef Director of Education foGir1s' : Canal Point Baptist \V.fU111
Thomas Miller and Mrs. J. R. Miller. Cypress High School English teacher is State. mt"etith Mrs. J. S. Chastain
Jr. Movie Locale attending summer school at the Morris has drafted outstanding Monday beginning at 11 o'docc.A ,
of Florida Gainesville. authoritative discussion covered dish luncheon will bo
Following a wedding trip to the University officials for
East Coast and a visit! in Tampa WINTER HAVEN People ft Mrs J. R. York leaves thi of how government works. !served.'

Mr and Mrs. Turner will make Cypress Gardens were very mucn week for a visit with her son-in-
their home in Pahokee surprised to learn that publicitymen law and daughter, Mr. and :Mrs .
. Browning Roach, in MaryvilleTenn. ---- Ti
on the West Coast in sendin: ---
out material on MGM's technicolor She will be accompanied b\ 11 1------- -SPECIAL ,ii I I'I
Gant -WilliamsMr. "On an Island With You her son-in-law and daughter 1\11", '
claimed that HollvwonJ had transformed and Mrs James W B<-ar.l..tan.1
and Mrs. Albert Gant. former Florida into a South Set !'on.'anE'. of Clewiston. They' :'I INCH ELECTRIC FANS ::
Pahokee residents now living in Island paradise just for this pic also p1an'to visit relatives in Win.
I..lkt'.orth., announce the engags-; ture. !'ton- a1em. N C. before returninc i!
ment and approaching marriage of Several years ago;: 20th CenturvFox home I $7.95I 'I'i Ii
their daughter. Miss Gwendolyn shot much of the picture Mrs Alice Pauline Rice and son. 'i I (
Gail Gant, to Cecil Williams. U. S "Moon over Miami. at Cypress Edwin Rice>, left this week to
Navy son of ),Ir. and Mrs S: J Gardens in which Cypress Gardena spend a summer vacation witrelatives ': PAUL'S SERVICE STATION :
Williams of Winter Garden, was made a suburb of Miami Tn in Asheville and Oteen. !

Miss' Gant was a member of tho the new picture two reels were ::-0. C. CANL POINT FLORIDA -
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Pahokee High School 1948 graduating made at Cypress Gardens Dick :Mr and :Mrs F E. Coleman will :! ___ l lOur
class and 1lr.Vitliam graduated from the local hign With You. spent a week fling/; their soninlawand daughter Mr,
school in 1<>47. over Florida to pick out beautiful and Mrs R L. Odom. in West

The bride-elect has pone to spots that might be used in this Frankfort. Ill. -- - - -- =
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Memphis. Tennwhere Mr. Williams South Sea Inland picture before li:; :!-lifO!s Veronica Kaufman why : :
Is stationed The wedding is settled' on Cypress Garden th.- has been receiving,; treatment for a
scheduled to take place at the post landing,; strip on Anna :Maria K!v head injury at the Everglades Memorial '
chapel there this weekend following near Bradenton and one of the hospital was able to leave -! Store Will Close
which the couple plan to mak keys off the Miami Coa!'t. this week with relatives for her
their home in Memphis.OKF.Y --- . -- home in Chicago,; Ill.
-S FVTTIIFK-N D \V BllIv1C'Clenithan: of Sarasota .1 I

(' IN N \MFO Ten fathers will be honored Sunday ] I..1KELINDJames C Morton, morning at the First Baptist hokee with his father William
of Waverlv organization:: director Church of Pihokee. the vtn.nceatlest :! McClenithan an..! Irs. McClen-
of F1tri.ta"ltnls :Mutual haspnrounced tV one of the most (hlMren. ithan.
that Merton L. Corewhi \, te ones with tie vounges* Mrs'. nf Mclrtosh and rildren AND UKOPEXJuly
) had once before been associated child and the oldest child rrcH.'n*. \nrette and Kerneth left this
wit" a I Florid citrus* pr>- five members of the church arvlth week for a visit with her mother

gram in formation the "cloinnc --' five ron members. The Class Mr Mathi in Panama City 20
hot*."ir** ".) years aeo:: would a;=si5tin ; Quartet the M,"s".\'- Mr and Mr!'. Inman W Wekhave :-.
the Mutual proeram;: aimed at ut. :"po.'ner and Wood will smUev < returred from a vi! :t wi: i
cninc:: ur growers representing M berg will conduct the service relatives ad friends in NorthFlrtioa
atf it 71 percent of the stile"1 j jM I From Jacksonville they
production_ -- ----- I were accompanied home Iw their
:Morton simultaneously announced \K" '\KTII \ CIKCI.E daugbter:: Miss Flora :Mary Week_
the resignation! of Pen Patterson I of Durham. N C who will spend Store

forrrer advertising director of Te :Mary Martha Circle First ;, several day' visiting here Bolton Drug
crr .H(>ward Newspaper. w-io Methodist: WSCS. will meet at the Mr and Mr Lloyd H-mdlev! and i
has been guiding Mutual' orp-anl- home of Mr Hugo Bo on Mon- children. John Lloyd: and Wayn
rational efforts during its first .a). June 21. at S p m, with Mrs. Scott will leave Tuesday for a Pahokee FIa.
precarious months Lester Hand assisting Mrs Boe a* vtS1t with her parents. Mr, and j
Patterson plans to cortirue association co-bo.tf'U Mr>_ Kenneth Mock, Un Al Friend in Wichita. Kan I
with the citrus industryand vice &irm&:'.. will precede at the They also plan to visit in Colorado -
will announce his plans later. | bu.sinf'SL before returning borne. - -- - -