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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: January 6, 1961
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Pahokee Will Send Bordeaux PresidesAt Hoover Dike To Be Revival Planned New Officers Take

Masonic ,MeetingJ. By Local BaptistsThe

Group To ClewistonOfficers H. Bordeaux new worshipful: Dedicated Jan. 12 Canal Point Baptist Church Court,House JobsTuesday

master of Everglades Lodge 211, t voted in the Monthly Church Bu-
of the Pahokee Cham- F&AM presided for the first time CLEWISTON The State of iness Meeting and Church Conference January 2, was a busy
ber of Commerce and the City of at the meeting in the :Masonic Hail Florida honors former President I Wednesday night to plan fora day at the Court House in West
Pahokee will attend the dedica- at Pahokee Tuesday night. Herbert Hoover here, January 12, I Revival in early April. The Pastor Palm Beach when several new of- '
tion, ceremonies for the Herbert Other newly installed officers of when the 85 miles of Lake Okee- Charles D. Stewart, was askedto ficers, elected Nov. 8, took up their
Hoover Dike of .Lake Okeechobee the lodge'include R. E. Hughes chobee southern levees will oe secure c. Guest Minister' to oe new duties. Among them was Mar-
at Clewiston Thursday, Jan. 12. senior warden; H. H. Sears, junior ; named by Act of Congress the the Evangelist. tin Kellenberger who took over the
The Chamber made'plans lo send a warden; R. Henderson, treasurer I Hoover Dike.A The Church also voted to ask office of sheriff from John F. Kirk
motorcade of visitors from this ;' S. J. Baggett" secretary; A. W. memorial has been.built: on top Walter Cross, a recent resident of I who had served for 16 years. Sher- t
area to the dedication at the Jan- Jones, chaplain! ; M. H. Millar, sen- of the levee here, and dedication of I Belle Glade but now residing'in his iff Kellenberger was elected on the
uary meeting of the board of directors ior deacon; W. D. Gillis, junior the entire dike and this memorial I home in Canal Point to,serve as a Republican ticket in November.Dan .
in the Civic Building Tues- deacon) A. V.' Hughes, senior will be by Chief of Engineers Maj. Deacon. ,Mr. Cross was ordained a Gorham, another Republi-
day night. stuart; George Johnson, junior Gen. E. C. Itschner representing i Deacon in the Belle Glade, ,Baptist can who defeated the Democratic
The motorcade will form in frontof stuart; W. E. McKinstry tyler President EisenhowSr. "I Church and served there for several nominee, Horace Beasley, took
the chamber's office at 12:30 p.1 and A. R. Harrington, marshal. Now 86, Mr. Hoover will see for ,:years. over the duties of Supervisor of
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m. and proceed,to Clewiston. the first time thu giant levees ne I -- j- Registration. Mr.'''Gorham retainedone f
desiring to join the motorcade 'or was responsible for having con- I member of the old Supervisor's,
Funeral Services Local Garden Club
in need of transportation ,to the : structed by the U. S. Army Corpsof staff.
,, dedication are' asked to contact' Engineers following 4a visit to Two Republican County Com-
Mrs, Flortie Nix, the' chamber's For W. Q. Stamps the entire area back in 1929. At Plans WorkDays missioners, E. F. Van Kessel of
executive secretary.It that time, Hoover, then President Juno and Edward Bandlow of Lake-
was announced the member- elect and an engineer, was inspecting Worth will be seated, on the com-
ship drive for the current year will I Funeral services for William the scenes devastated by the I The Canal Point Garden Club is mission next Monday morning at
end Friday when Luke DuFresne, Oren Stamps, 55, of Opa Locka, hurricanes of 1926 and 1928. planning a series of work days for the regular commission meeting
membership chairman and other a former'resident of Pahokee, were Elaborate: preparations to handle the new year to continue the devel- Chairman Paul Rardin will also be
directors will make a concerted effort held in the chapel of Fairchild' some 10,000 visitors and 'a large I opment of the newly established sworn in for another four year-
to collect delinquent membership Funeral Home in Fort Lauderdale: number of national, state and lOcal roadside park that lies between term as commissioner by Judge
dues. Saturday at 2 p. m. Burial was at public officials and businessmen I the old and new highways east of Russell O. Morrow.
,As a fund-raising project the Fort Lauderdale. as well as some 30-40 Florida I town. The Lions Club assisted the Paul T. Douglas of Lake Worth
chamber Is selling city nameplates ":Mr. Stamps died at the Hialeah and out-of-state news, radio and I group in,the clearing of the triang- was sworn in as County Judge on
; fer front bumpers of automobile hospital Thursday morning of last television representatives, have |ular-shaped plot of unsightly weeds Tuesday to succeed Judge Richard I
which bear the inscription "Pahokee week after'a short illness following now been completed,_ it is announc- t I and. trash preparatory for land- P. Robbins, who retired after serv-
-Garden of the Glades,"'These (Continued.;ton page 4) Democrat ..AI
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S surgery: An;employee 'Wometco j soaping operations 37 years. Edgar -- -- -
plates may be obtained at ,local Theatres, he had been a resident of i The park now has an attractive succeeded Dave Stewart In
filling stations or at the' chamber Pahokee for six years before mov- I School BoardrAsks I I growth of grass that'is being kept the Tax Assessor's officce.
office for $1 each. ing to Opa Locka five years ago. I neatly mowed and the club is ready All offices in the court house-
Survivors include his wife Ma- Your Suggestion InPicking I to start its plantings' of shrubs were running smoothly Tuesday
-' mie, Opa Locka; three sons Roy of A Trustee and other 'ornamental plants' for afternoon when,visited by the pub
Rogers Sworn In Fort Lauderdale, Charles of Oca I the beautification of, the grounds.Mrs. lisher of this newspaper. He reported -
Locka and James of Pompano M. C. Carter club president calm on every side and work
On Tuesday of this 'week when
For Fourth Term Beach; two daughters, Mrs. Elsie ,announces the first work day will going on as usual.
Milton Carpenter left his job as
'Enfinger of Opa Locka and Mrs. be on Thursday, Jan. 12, when club ---- -- -----
school trustee to become an elected
Virginia McCormick of Fort Lauderdale members will assemble at the park
WASHINGTON, _D. C. Congressman -I his mother seven sisters, member school board of the a Palm vacancy Beach developed county I j at 10 a. m. with spades, trowels Blue Devils Play ;
i Paul G. Rogers Tuesdaywas one brother and eight grandcchildren. and other topis necessary for the
that school board did not fill
tpe pjantjng of the rooted cuttings
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sworn in with other Membersof -
Someone must be appointed to Clewiston ToniteThe
Congress, to begin his fourth serve as trustee until the next elec- they'have prepared for the park.
term as Representative from Flor- Five Point Program tion in 1962. There will be a sandwich luncheon

ida's( Sixth Congressional District. Outlined For TroopMrs. At the regular 'meeting of the I I at noon. .. Pahokee Blue Devils will
Rogers won re-election in the school board on Tuesday the following play Clewiston High's Tiger bask-
November general election by over three names were suggested New Water Plant etball squad in the Pahokee gym
50,000 votes. First elected to the E. C. Johnson leader of Pa- for trustee: this Friday night the preliminary
84th Congress in 1955 to succeed hokee Senior Girl Scout Troop 38, Gene Carruthers Bryant Canal Point B-team game to get under way ct
his late father, Congressman at a troop meeting in the Johnson Roswell HarringtonDick 7:30 p. m.
Dwight L. Rogers he has been reelected Clinic outlined a five-point program Parrish CLEWISTON A new, modern The Blue Devils were hosts to the
to the 85th, ,86th, and 87th for her Scouts to help them The school board was split on-the I water plant will be built at Bryant, Riviera Beach Hornets on the local -
Congresses. qualify for attendance to them- designed to furnish pure fresh wat- in their
I naming of a trustee,so the whole court Tuesday night
Today's ceremony took place in nual Girl Scout Round-Up. The matter was postponed for two I er to the $12-million sugar mill now first game following the Christ-
the House Chamber of the Capitol program includes improved camping -. weeks. In 'the meantime membersof I under construction for the Unite<; mas holidays. Coach Bill ,Howard'smen
when all returning and newly elect- skills, community service, the school board will make an I States Sugp Corporation. The flew were slow in getting started
ed Members gathered for the first preparations for emergencies ex- effort to find out just who 'the mill is expected to be ready for tossing only 3 points. in the first
meeting of the new Congress. pansion of Scouting interests and folks in the area would like to have operation at the beginning of the : quarter and 4 in the second and
House Speaker Sam Rayburn of full cooperation with the Palm- for trustee. If you're interested in 1962 season. I had truoble guarding the visitor'ssix
Texas administered the oath Of of Glades Girl Scout Council. the naming a trustee you should ; At present Ux sugar corporationowns foot-six Wayne Hardin who
,. fice to all the Members. Julia Johnson volunteered to rep- make it your business to get in and op rat es a water plant at accounted for 26 of Riviera Beach's
resent the troop on the Senior touch with any member of the Canal'Point*O'.' re it serves a small 78 points, only one point less than
Book I Scout newspaper. Plans were com- school board and make your wants area.inime&a .ely south of the West Pahokee's total of 27. Bucky Sanders .
Glades pleted for a court of awards on Jan. known. Palm Beach C nal and another I led the Blue Devils' scoring ;
Tells Story 30, according to Elaine Salvatore, Local members of the school area north of ti.e canal which furn- with 11 points.Cooperation.
v troop reporter. board whom you can contact are: isr;es water L both,Bryint: and Ca- -
Of 1928 HurricaneIf Milton Carpenter, ,Belle Glade nrl Point: With tHe new plantm Galore
Two New School Thurmond Knight Riviera Beach ch greater w *?r service will be ,
you're interested in readingS I needed and the t' ited States Sugar On Yule' Decorations :)
some real facts about the 1928 hur- Board'Men On Job I Corporation Is ireparing to care L
ricane that claimed 2,000 lives in I Seed Potatoes Come for the increased need. There has been a lot of favorable I 1
the Lake Okeechobee Region drop Milton O. _Carpenter, Belle Glade From Cold -CountrySeed ,Residents of Canal Point will comment about the beautiful I
by The Everglades News office in and John Remson took their seatsas benefit from the new water plant Chr.stmas tree and other decora- i
Canal Point and pick up Lawrence members of the County Board of installation. tions at Everglades Memorial hospital I
", E. Will's new book titled "Okeechobee Public Instruction at the organization potatoes for the Spring er during the Holiday Season. i
Hurricane and the Hoover meeting of the board Tues- crop in the Lake Region have been Mrs. Grace 'Waldron The<< decorations were outstanding. 'i
t Dike." The book is factual and Mr. day at.l p. m. at the school board arriving from N. Dakota, accord- Mrs. Wheeler Ludlam of the hospital I
\ Will has done an excellent<< job' of offices. ing to'Robert Mackey, sales 'manager Has Beauty ShopMrs. group of employees made all .I
producing He is a longtime resi- Carpenter replaced Henry 0. for Unity Farms, Inc. Mr. -- of the decorations from materials i
dent of the Glades and was an eye Earwood and Remsen succeeds Grace Waidron is the new which were sd generously donated ,
witness to the vast, devastation 1 l I Jack Homer.; Mackey said yesterday that a operator of the J>eaitv shop next by Annie Merle Carter's Flow I
which swept the eastern shore of Thurmond W. Knight of Lake truckload of potatoes left that cold..door tr the: rtst: offlc i Canal Shop in Pahokee. t
Lake, Okeechobee_ in 1928. I Park was ejected Chairman. for the country_last week- m '..;**> ,t;' ./oinl. .Ji i. } Wa'lro.: purchased ... t
,_ _*_p -- I year. --. from Miss Ellen Sundayto i
ZERO.A. Johnson returned
% ensuing _. :--:: f-s' M' vy ,the equipment Mary Nealy
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) Lt. David McCoy returned to ----- t smudge pot was,i kept burning Suns and took over operation resume his studies at Georgia '
Fort Belvoir, Va.. Tuesday after a Mr. and Mrs. Lovett McCord of inside the seam trailer to keep"the of the sLop ttis week. The shop Is Tech, Atlanta, after spending the .
: holiday visit with his parents Mr. Miami" were guests last weekend of I spuds from freezing ,until they being newly decorated by Mrs. holidays in Pahokee with his par
and Mrs. W. G. McCoy, and other Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Chastaia:: in reached a warmer climate on the Waldron and wily be ready for busi- ents :Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnson, -;
!.,.. relatives in Pahokee. Canal Point. .- trip south. ness the first of the week. and other relatives. ''r. i
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Week Ul-lct.W anu laughter, Mr. and Mra.1 I ana bunel lJaVls ot Washington, I program will therefore be completed .
Every for More Than 30 Years '
Bill Davenport and family of D. c. by,3 p. m. on Jan. 12.
{ Established :; Tampa. As the plaque points out, con
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance I Mr. and Mrs. James W. Vann and struction of these.levees has boosted
Mrs. F. F. :Burr spent the holi- Miss Carolyn Sellers were holiday the
economy of the entire State
The: Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office dasy with relatives in Miami. I r guests of Mrs. Vann's brotherinlaw of Florida by many millions of dollars -

'In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter I t and sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. H.
,. annually, as well as protectinglife
Mr. and Mrs..M. C. Carter have Jr. and ''Vienna
Mulkey, family at ,
Paul Rardin Owner Editor at their Port over a wide area.
Publisher as guests Maya Ga. .
home her nephew, W B. Jenkinson, This fact has recently been acknowledged

I and family of.Wayzata, Minn. They Mr. and Mrs. C. Web Pell and by the State Cabinet.

had also as guests Mr. and Mrs. children are spending the holidays -'"

:, r : I[PERSONAL NEWS[ NOTES I Earl Jardine of Jefferson,.Iowa. 'j I I with relatives- -- .in.Davis- West Va. MRS.'VANN HAS PROGRAMMrs.

The Rey. and Mrs. Robert Shelley : -i i Hoover Dike To Be- James W. Vann presented

and daughter have returnedto the program "They Cannot Go
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Canal Point from a holiday visit !I Home for Christmas" at the December -
Dr. and Mrs. Wilburn C. Young Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Plumer hadas with their parents inVest Vir (continued from page 1)) meeting of the Miriam Circle

have as guests her brother and guests Mr. and Mrs.. Delbert ginia. I I ed by H. Loy Anderson general
% Pahokee Methodist WSCS, Instead
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Win- Palmer of Edgerton Ohio, Mrs. I chairman of the State Dike Dedi-
of her husband
field Mitchell, daughters, Peggy, Harry Weaver of Bellefontaine Mr. and M &. M.\. M. Nicely entertained as was erroneously -
cation Committee.
II reported in last week'sissue
< Judy. and Mrs. Mitchell's mother, Ohio and Mrs., Neil Winder of members of'the Pahokee I .
Gov. C. Farris will be of The Everglades News. The
Bryant .
Mrs. Herbert Gorrell, all of Winter Haven. Methodist Vesper Choir. at their
Churchville, '
Mrs. Mae Pope, who was injured::! ing the evening worship service at pearance at these ceremonies following filling of the Christmas stockings.

Mr. and Mrs. Don Adams and \\n an auto smashup, will soon be I the church.Lt. his January 3 inaugurationand

daughter have 'returned to Alexandria -I I able to resume her duties at the I I will 1 welcome Mr. Hoover backto

Va., after a visit with her Glades Office Building. and Mrs. Dick Atkins and I II Lake Okeechobee after 32 years. "

parents, Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Wil- 'I I. sons have returned to Fort Worta, Senior Sen. Spessard L. Holland Classified AdsWwJrnw
in Canal Point and his Mrs. Earl Maxson is at her home Texas after ,
son, parents, a holiday visit with who has devoted mu h.of his public

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Adams, in Pa- in Canal Point following an appendectomy his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. career to furthering water controlin ,

hokee. at Everglades Memorial Atkins, at Pelican Lake. Florida, will also be a speaker. FOR SALE: New: and used Willys

President-elect John F. Kennedy Jeeps. Walter Ashley's: Garage
Mr. and Mrs. James' T. Smith. hospital in Pahokee. She has; Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanton Chas- tn Belle Glade Phone 3058.
will be
represented by Sen. George
had her recovered nicely. tain are visiting their sonsinlawand I Oct. .
) as holiday,guests parent: i A. Smathers. Congressman PaulG. l 17-54-ch.

Mr.and Mrs.Roy Guary of Braden- Mrs. James Miller was called 10 daughters Mr. and -Mrs. Sidney Rogers, in whose 6th Congressional FOR SALE FHA available
Smith at Tifton Ga., and Mr. I : Financing
ton. lfianVednesday to be. with her I District, the Dike is located, CBS
Duplex Apartmenthouse
and Mrs. Clyde Griffies, and child-
daughter, Mrs. Lou Lombard, and and other members of Florida's
2 BR Oil Floor fur.
ren at Calhoun, Ga. Kresky >
Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Johnson have !
family while Mrs. Lombard is recuperating I Congressional delegation will also paces kitchen exhaust fans, 2

as a guest her mother Mrs. Sarah. from a tonsilectomy. Jack Eppes of Lakeland,,'executive be present together with a large I Blocks from School, Approximately -
Henderickson of Farmingdale, N. i
secretary of United Christian number> of State legislators and \
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson and 10 percent down. See Julius T.
Y.
They also had as guests his
Action, will be guest speaker at local officials from throughout he
Moon, 156 N. Flame Ave. 4tc
the New Year'sweekend
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and I daughters spent I State.
the evening worship service of thet
Mrs. John O'Kelley, and daughter, with, relatives in Tampa.B. .
Pahokee First Methodist Church -The Central and Southern Florida HAVE 17 PIECE 3-ply Stainless

Julie, of Atlanta, Gar I I.. C. Parker has returned to t Sunday. I Flood Control District will !be: Steel waterless cookware sets.

Mrs. C. Williamson of Darien, Fort Myers after a holiday visit .. .I I represented by its governing board, Original factory sealed carton Regular -
1 Mrs. C. T. Ricks, who has been j Riley S. Miles, Kissimmee, chair- $149.00. Sacrifice $39.00.' Will
Conn., arrived this week for a visit with his son-in-law and daughter; I '
the ,house of her sisters, Mrs. David personally deliver sets within 2
with her brothers-in-law and sist Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Maxson, at guest man: G. Click, Clewiston,
J. D. Hooks and Mrs. J. C. Mock, weeks. No unless satis-
vice-chairman Brian
ers-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. :B.Ramey Canal Point. ; K. McCarty, obligation
at Pahokee and Mr. and in Pahokee for the past two Ft. Pierce; John M. Fredrick, fied. Write for brochure. .Harry

.. Mrs. Philo Williamson at Canal Miss Jeanine Mock left Wednes- months, has returned to her homein Homestead; and Curtis R. Barnes, Kalfin, 8955 S. W. 56th St.,' Miami,

Point. She will also visit Mrs. Liz- day for Gainesville where she has Savannah, Ga' Rockledge.! Also present will be the Florida. 2tp

accepted a position on the nursing FCD's Executive Director, G. E.
zie Kirkey while here. I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Duncan, APARTMENTS for rent. I have
staff at the Alachua General Hos- Dail, Jr.
who spent the holidays in Gainesville two nice apartments for rent in
Mr and Mrs. Charles Maxs n pital. It is an interesting historical
with her mother, Mrs S. H. Pahokee at 397 East Main Street.
have I Hoover'made
returned from a holiday visit note that when Mr.
Miss\ Jane Plumer and Miss Thornton of Jackson Ga., returned Mrs. J. B. Crosby. J20Paid
with her father and other relatives: his 1929 visit to Clewiston, he ;
Nina Briggs were holiday visitorsat to their home in Canal Point. I !
in Mississippi. Clearwater and Marco Beach. stayed at what is now the home I\f. SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mock had as | FCD Board Member Click. name label shows you to be m

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wroten were : holiday guests her son-in-law and The program will open with an arrear on payment. Send along

guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.I I' Invocation by Florida Supreme that $2.00 payment now and we
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daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Odum, and children, Judy and Court Chief Justice Elwyn Thomas will continue,,to sehd you this great

Smith, and family at Leesburg ''my, of West Frankfort, HI., and::!1 followed by the National An- palladium of the family fireside.

during the holidays.Mr. her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.'I them sung by Ted Milford, choir The Everglades News, Canal Point,

and Mrs. Lake} Coleman, and daughters director of the Poinciana Chapel in Fla..

and Mrs. H. J. Anderson, accompanied June and Janet,-of Mount Palm Beach, former leading tenorof
I'a by their house guests, Dora. the D'Oyley Carte Opera Co. cf SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you

Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Marks of Miami \ England.The have one, get in touch with this

and Dr., and Mrs. Frank Hale, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Vann and::! welcome by Governor Bry- newspaper and insert a $1 classified -

visited Mr. and Mrs. William Van niece; Miss Carolyn Sellers, hate ant will follow, and distinguished ad. It will get results. All ada

Zonneveld at Vero Beach Wednes. returned from a two-week visit guests will be introduced by Coia- payable in advance.The Everglades -

: : day. with her brother-in-law) and sister, mittee General Chairman Anderson. News, Canal Point Fla.

St Mr. and Mrs. M... H. Mulkey, Jr., .
Miss Anita Cowart has returned APARTMENTS are needed by
and family at,. Vienna, Ga. The Dike and Memorial will then
to Jacksonville after a holiday: many folks coming into this area
be dedicated by General Itscher.
visit with her parents, Mr: and Mrs. Ruth McCully, accompaniedby to earn a living. Do you have one
The memorial incidentally is an
I \ Mrs.'Marvin Cowart, at Pa okee. Miss Ann Todd, has returned to for rept? Tell them and the world
aluminum plaque let into a stone
-C1arkr nge, Tenn., after a Visit through a $1 classified ad in these
S-Sgt. and Mrs. Donald Avera base on top of a specally built and!
here with her brother and sister- columns. Send along a descriptionof
.15NICQTLT to Orlando landscaped addition to the levee
have returned after
a in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Noma Norman the apartment and a $1 bill andwe'll
holiday visit with her parents, Mr. with a fine view across ''the 730
and family. do the rest. The EvergladesNews
LUOt uwr'F and Mrs. S. F. Lairsay, and other square miles of Lake Okeechobae Canal Point, Fla.

relatives in Pahokee. They were accompanied :Miss Kay Hughes and Miss Car- After remarks by Senators Holland -

1- back to Orlando<\ by ley Bracewell have returned to and Smathers and Congressman FOR SALE: Three 7:00x15 Army

:Miss Sylvia Parrish student nurse, their studies at Jones BusineS3 Rogers, will come Mr. Hoov- Tread and one Ground Grip tread

who spent the holidays here with College, Orlando, after a' holiday er's' address. The program will con- 7:00x15: Used Tires, Good Tread,

: ADM. 2 56 FREE PARKING her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. visit with their parents here. clude with the presentation of a Jake Platt Phone 7600. Pahokee.

Parrish. replica of the memorial by Harold

QUINIEIAS EVERY RACE Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxson Colee, executive vice-president of
I Mrs. Joshua Seaver has returnedto of Canal Point had as a guest over the State Chamber of Commerce.A .

DAILY DOUBLE ,1st X 2 nsTlUXUtlOUS New York City after a holiday the weekend ,their small grand recessional will be played by the Gracious Living ,

; visit here with her husband, who Is daughter, Debbie Maxson, of West I bands of Clewiston, Belle Glade and in this :3 bedroom' 2 bath homeIn

ClUBHOUSE* I a member of the Pahokee High Palm Beach. p hokee. who will also play selections Belle Glade. Plenty of room,

School faculty.Mr. before the opening of the inside and outside, Excellent lo-
C Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Graham had
I; cation.
and, Mrs. H. S. Barrett and as New Year's holiday dinner ceremonies..

... 'son, Hal, of College Park, Ga ire guests Mr. and Mrs. Homer Barnes, Former GOY. Doyle E. Carlton: Price $20,000SEE
will introducce Mr.
Hoover.
guests this week] of .her broth r- Mr. and Mrs. Dave W. Young and Carltonwas US FOR TERMS

KENNEL CLUB in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. IS[. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schroder. Governor in 1929 and escorted .
Hoover at that time
on his tour. I
P. Stanley, in Pahokee.
I Ii Mrs Ada Culberson has returned State Chamber of Commerce President BILLJ."BAILEYBox '

i WEST OHBELVEDERE Mrs. Earl Maxson is able to oe to Pahokee from a week's visit Henry C. Coleman, will pre- 216, Phone WY G-30S4

RD i up and around again following a I with her son, Emory Culberson, side.Mr. Belle Glade, Florida h t

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the monthly meeting held in the
I. school auditorium Awards for
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't. '. month, in the form of arrows, pinsor
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,0.: .. Adams Douglas Woofter, Kenny
: Wetherington, Bn/ce Andrews
tI I George Magrill, Rodney Pennington -
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tif' where he was connected with the
the G. C. Murphy Company to Seb-
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Belle Glade who died Sunday
r. night in a West Palm Beach hospital -
N +/A4 hr non ,1--1b, ,i He had operated a drug and
r itrwp. I II : sundry store in Belle Glade for j ji

i many years. Burial was in For- ;
: evergiades Masoleum at Belle !
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J. Lj McCall will be hostess '
to members of the lone Patterson
Circle, Canal Point Baptist Worn-
I II an's Missionary Society, at thJanuary I.
meeting at her home Mon-

(A story from The Miami Herald) the 900 block of Evernia St. in tal explained how it came to b? that's what the plaque says it is: day at 3 p. m. The mission program j
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West Palm Beach. "p "ul Rardin Park." I will be presented by Mrs. J. J.
Ask anybody where Paul Rardin "Paul Rardin Park, named in I
But if you to see it, look fast "When we gave the land to the Walker. 'I
Park is and chances are he'll go honor of County CommissionerPaul .
Flood Control District for their I
tell it's in The park, complete with Florida his fellow board
quickly you "someplace Rardin by
and j headquarters, Rardin reserved a Americans will commemorate the !
the Everglades." banyan tree 'for shade, hedges "
section with the tree on it. members. 100th anniversary of the War Be-
That's because the County Com- grass for beauty, and benches for ( "It was decided we should have a The park, which "serves" em- tween the States in 1961 and the I I
missioner lives out thataway and comfort, measures just 30 by 40 | patio around the tree, with bencnes ployes of both the Flood Control American Automobile Assn. has I
folks just naturally figure a parkin feet, or 1,200 square feet. and hedges. District office and the county of- produced a map pointing out sites !
a commissioner's honor wouldbe It sits in the middle'of theparking I "But you have to designate an I fice building on Datura St., was of important battles to visit during:
in his area. It?isn't. lot pavement, a touch of greenin area like that," Lytal added, ".fo dedicated on Sept. 17, 1956. the 'celebration. 4 I
\ Paul Rardin Park; the smallest the asphalt jungle ,of modern when it came time to designate it, I .
in Palm Beach I civilization. ,---- ._ I
public park Countyas we decided to call it Paul Rardin - -- -----
near as the experts can tell is in j County Commissioner Lake Ly- Park." ,

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Mr. ,and Mrs. Albert Hignite of
Tampa announce the birth of a Jd:1: ,

daughter, Tina Marie, at a hospital
there on Dec. 20. Mr .and Mrs. t! r-
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: CapL and Mrs. Jack Major, who
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.. : while he is with the U. S. Armed CONCRETE MASONRY
Forces in that country, announce t.
TO BUILD NEW HOMES : the birth of a.daughter Mary Annette I.
at a hospital there Dec. 30. Because you'll want the best the most beautiful .
Maybe you've been thinking about the Everglades Mr. and Mrs.,C. A. Major of Paho- the longest lasting construction materials in your new
kee are the paternal grandparents. home you'll naturally choose concrete con.
masonry
.. Federal as. just a place to PUT money, in a .! struction.: It
home
provides a that is fire-safe, economicalto
convenient Savings Account to earn 4V4 percent BIRTHDAY PARTYMr. keep up, will out-last almost any other material-and

interest. But, the Everglades Federal is a place to and Mrs. John A. Dulany, remain new-looking, too! Build your hpme today! For

I GET money to build that dreamlhome\ you've been .: Belle Glade, were hosts at their quality block precision made on Stearns equipment.
home January 3rd, at a dinner see us today.
wishing for all these years. We have the money party honoring their,son Philip Du

available today. Come in and let us explain the con- : lany, ,on the anniversary of his CONCRETE BLOCK GIVES BUILDINGS A FUTURE

venience of our plan for financing that new home. birthday. The latter has enlistedin
the U. S. Army and expects to
You'll be agreeably surprised how easy plans can report at Fort Jackson, Columbia,

be worked out.Everglades. S. C. shortly, for duty Covers
I were laid for 13 including :Miss
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federal I ; Wesley Franklyn Jones; :Mr.
and Mrs. S. K. Smith, Sr., Mr. It
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SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION daughters, Gloria Miriam, Kathryn
Jane Allen Ann; and son, Sydney .
SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10,000 BY FEDERAL SAVINGS
m. :' PAHOKEE, AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION ,
41 S.,W., AVE. "B" x BELLE GLADE PHONE WY 6-20C7 CLASSIFIED ADS PHONE 7185 PHONEWY 6-5249
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Canal Point WSCS To : PREM GATE VISITS f

Mrs. Gertrude Wilson hadas_ New

.Attend- .Joint MeetingMembers Year's holiday guest her 'brother, .- II

P. M. (Prem) Gate Jr., former
of the Canal Point Pahokee resident now living in

I Woman's Society of Christian Ser- Leesburg. While here, Mr. Cate, accompanied -
vice at the January meeting voted by his daughter Mrs.
to attend as a body the World Wayne Burdeshaw and Mrs. Wilson -

I Day of Prayer; service which will attended the wedding of an-
be presented in Pahokee High other daughter Miss Corneiia .
School auditorium; Feb. 17. This Dowd (Che Chee) Cate, and James

.. ... service is sponsored annually ty Richard Smith at the Grace Episcopal -
the PHS Senior Class. Church, West Palm Beach at

r The Pahokee ChurchOf The'Church Of God Canal Point Plans were made for a pantry 11 a. m., Jan. 1, and the luncheon
shower for the Rev. and Mrs. Rob- that followed the weddiing at the
The Nazarene Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Baptist ChurchRev. ert Shelley, Mrs. Donald Kepp to be home of the bride's mother, Mrs.

I in charge of collecting the items R. F. Chamberlain at 5621 Hobart
Charles Stewart Pastor
D. ,
71 Bacom Point Road Point Road and making the presentation. A Ave. The bride is a former Paho
,(f. Charles F. Crauswell, Pastor John H. Kinard, pastor SUNDAY: donation of a set\of dishes by Mr. kee resident. p ,
I 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 .Q-;
10:00 School I
a. m.-Sunday and Mrs. Frank Rosenberg, Jr., I
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
SUNDAY .SERVICES I
: 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service I for use in the new parsonage was Class
6:30 p. m.-Training Union. Victory Has
9:45 a. School
m.-Sunday I 7:45 Service !
Evangelistic
p. acknowledged. Mrs. Boyd Vorhees
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. 7:30 p. m.--Evening Worship New Set OfficersNew
8:00 L. B.
6:30 'm.-Junlors. p. m. Tuesday-V. WEDNESDAY: reported on the student recognition
I p. 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. 7:30 .service given at the church by college -
7:00 m.-Sunday Evening p. ;Prayer Meeting.
p. _
Evangelistic Service. Everyone welcome. Special music I students home on vacation. officers of the Victory Class I
WEDNESDAY and singing. The worship program, was presented of the First Methodist Church
: Christian Science
In.-Midweek by :Mrs. 'Vorhees. She was School were installed at the January -
7:30 Prayer
:
r 4 p.meeting. The Methodist Church GrouP Of Canal Paint assisted by Mrs. Elmer Maxson, business meeting held in the
Mrs. William Underhill, Mrs. educational building'with Mrs. C.
"Where you are a stranger but -
'- once". Canal. Point Florida Importance of understanding the Brooks Henderson, Mrs. Frank A. Major presiding in the absenceof '

spiritual meaning of the Eucharist Wilson, Mrs. W. E. Blackwell,.Mrs. the new president, Mrs. Claud
Robert A. Shelley Pastor ? and cf truly commemorating the Pope Sears,. Mrs. James Miller' Morgan. The retiring officers received -
First'Methodist SUNDAY: life of Christ Jesus'will be emphasized Mrs. Shelley and Mrs. Kepp, woo gifts, with Mrs. Calvin

Church Pahokee 10:00 a. m.-Church School at the semi-annual com- presented a playlet relating to the Spooner making the presentation ,
.. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I munion services at Christian Science theme "Recalling Our Heritage- on behalf of the class. Mrs. Spooler I:
6:30p. m.-Youth Fellowship churches this Sunday. Expanding Our Horizons." reported the $400 contributed ,
Rev. T. C. O'Steen 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Lesson-Sermon Rfreshments members
Highlighting the were served by by to the sunshine fund
SUNDAY: MONDAY: entitled "Sacrament" is the Golden Mrs. W. E. McCall and :Mrs. Wilson during the year had been distrib-
9:45.a.: .m.-Church School 3:15 p. m.--Youth Choir practice Text from I Corinthians (5:8): hostesses uted among various mission pro- J

11:00 a..m.-Morning Worship TUESDAY "Let us keep the feast not with old jects, such as the Methodist Child

6:45: p. m..MYF: 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st leaven, neither with the leaven of New Member BPWC ren's Home, the Church buildingfund
7:45 m.-Evening Worship '
p. Tuesday2nd malice and wickedness; but with and gifts to needy families,
TUESDAY: MONDAY:' the unleavened bread of sincerityand Received Tuesday shut-ihs, those who were ill and i
7:<))0 .-Vesper Choir prac-
... p. 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting truth." the bereaved.
tIceWEDNESDAY N
WEDNESDAY: Selections to be read from "Sci Mrs. Delores Hines was receivedas -
: 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting ence and Health with Key to the a new member of the Pahokee WHITES OPEN HOUSE
devotions
Mid-week
7:45 p. m.- -< '
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy Business and Professional Wom -- -
tics.Canal St. Mary's Catholic include the following: "The baptism an's Club at a business meeting,at Mrs. Violet' White superintendent -

ChurchFather !of Spirit, washing the bodyof the home of Mrs. Allie' Okie Tues-1, of nurses at the Everglades
all the impurities of flesh, signifies day night. Memorial Hospital and her brother -

Point First that the pure in heart see i The group discussed plans fr.1operating Jack Jackson, entertained with
Church Francis Fennech Pastor God and are approaching spiritualLife the food concessions ,&t open house at their new mobile
Baptist Sunday Mass -11:30 a. m.. and its demonstration" (241: the Indiantown Rodeo, Feb. 1112. home on Canal Point Road Sunday.
/ Confessions before Mass. 27). President Mildred Lavender an- Refreshments were served by the
Elder R. E.Barfield Also included in the LessonSermon nounced a BPW, district meeting hosts'to the many friends who call-

SUNDAY: First Baptist is this passage: ""The cup of ',will be held at Riviera Beach, Jan. ed during the afternoon and even- J
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School blessing which we bless it is not 15. It was announced the club will '' ing. ,
11:00'a.. m.-omfng Worship Church, Pahokee .the communion of the blood of: hold a social! meeting at the homeof I I mwm '

7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. Christ? The bread which we,breaK, i Mrs. Doris Carter at Port May- SMALL CLAIMS COURTThe
8:00: p. .-Evening Worship SUNDAY SERVICES: is it not the ,communion of the I aca Jan. 17.
,WEDNDESDAYr 9:45 a. m.-Sjunday School body of Christ?" (I Corinthians'! .. next date for holding Small t

7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 11:00 6:45: a. m.-Morning Worship 10:16). !I Keith Aldndge and Johnny Cook Claims CouVt at the Glades Office ,
Service p m.-Training Union
---- I I Vandegrift returned this week to has been set for Thursday '
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Building, ;

7:30 p. .m.-Ladies Auxiliary WEDNESDAY: Mrs. Nason Named I their studies a Boles Miliary Acad- Feb. 2nd., by Judge F. A. Cur- '
Meeting. 8:00 p. m.-Prayer Meeting., Children's emy, Jacksonville after spendingthe rie. Cases to be heard at this season -
.- Secretary I holidays with their parents in must be filled by Friday Jan-

Church Of God Pahokee. I uary 13th.
... St. Peter's Lutheran Mrs. Richard,Nason was named ,
..
Barfield Highway new ,secretary of children's 'workat i
Church Belle Glade I .. .. .. .
the January meeting of the Pa- (*\ff\Hi J.Jt -Mwi7 nWw7wi7WI -.u. .... .-,, f ,

Pastor \ .- 9:45 A. M.-Sunday School hokee Methodist Woman's Societyof I
..August Koerber 11:00 A. M. Christian Service held at the A COMPLETE ACCOUNT OF THE THIRD GREATEST
-Morning Worship
601 W. Lake Rd, Belle Glade >P
SUNDAY 7:00 P. M.--!L. W. W. B: (Parsonage church Tuesday night with Mrs. I I DISASTER IN LOSS OF LIVES: IN U.HISTORY i
: I Ernest Maxwell, president, feI
) presid-I
Divine Services 11 A. M.
School 9:45 A. M. 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship ing. She succeeds Mrs. I Okeechobee Hurricaneand
7:30 P. M.TueSday-Prayer Meeting gins who resigned.It .
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was reported Mrs. Arch Blaic- 1
the Hoover Dike
Holy Nativity 730P. M. Friday-Children's ey will teach the first part,of the 1 '
mission'study book "Faith m
Cmirch By Lawrence E. Will (Author of "Custard Apple Days)
ChurchPahokee
Episcopal 7:30 P. M. Friday Y. P. E. Bondage", on Friday at 3 p. m., the
... study of the book to continue Read of the Devastation of South Bay,Torry Island, Chosen,
AT THE ORANGE BOWL through January with classroom Belle Glade. Lake Harbor, Pahokee, Eagle Bay. _

M. Wendell Halnlin, Vicar Among those attending the sessions every Friday. Mrs. Ralph How Bodies were collected by Boats and Burned in Heaps.

SUNDAY: Navy Missouri.football game in the Johnson reported on the WSCS Statistics on Barometer, Wind Velocity Rainfall, Lake Levels

10 a. m.-Sunday' School Orange Bowl :Monday were,Mr. and spiritual life retreat which she Story of the "Lost Settlement of Pelican Bay" exposed.
11 a. m.-Worship Service Mrs. M. P. Stanley Mr. and :Mrs.C. and Mrs. Maxwell attended at Palm Proposal to Prevent Recurrence of Disaster "Build a Wall
L. Shirley Mr. and Mrs Billy Beach Shores. Down There and Post the Military". N

Charles Stewart has, returnedto Ray Mosley Mr and :Mrs. David The program, '"Recalling Our Herbert Hoover's Visit and its Results -

Statesboro, Ga., after a visit Unwm Mr.and'Mrs.. Paul Tillery, Heritages Expanding Our Horizons How Congress put the Navigation Cart before the Flood Con-
with his parents,the Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. Lucille Johnson and Mr. and ," was presented by Mrs. C. trol.Horse.

Charles D,Stewart at Canal Point. I, :Mrs.: Paul Rardin. A. Major assisted by Mrs. W. L. How the Levee was Built and How it was Tested -
I Brown; Jr., and Mrs. Blakey. The
--- WITH MAPS AND :MANY PICTURES OF HURRICANE
monthly attendance pin was won
'I l'I''lN'I'"lWt' '' lrrnltN.m,;",!i"m7tt7tI' ; l\f mf! lmt tTI "I"\t'i"'t; r.IT"-T' by the Margery Lair Circle. ,, DAMAGE AND OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE DIKE

-.. .. NOW,ON SALE AT NEWS STANDS AND AT THE
EVERGLADES NEWS OFFICE, CANAL POINT -
G College Students .
/.' ._'9_ ___ '
Present Program PRICE ,$1.00

n '1'1' rIO'J'/iLl' / {EIITIFlh7J College students home. on*"vacation :- .,', '


presented the.annual "Student
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I hokee First Methodist Church.
OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN I
Judy Cunningham; (Palm Beach THEATRES. '
120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN: ,
Junior College) was.program leader. ;

WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS ,OF \ Talks on "The Mission of the
Church in the Academic Community LAKE DRIVE-IN -,
CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES
I were given by David Watkins
WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION (University of Mississippi) and Pahokee Pahokee-Bcllc Glade Road

AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE David Simonson (Florid South- -
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MARKET WHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH ern College). William Plumer Jr., -2 BIG FEATURES -

CONFIDENCE (Asheville School for Boys) read ..SAY-MONDAY-TUE8DA-'
I the Scripture and Kenneth MeInI -J SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYJANUARY JANUARY 8-9-10 -
tosh (Florida State University) led 8-9-10

; SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. I in the litany of-prayer and inter "ON THE BEACH"GREGORY "

I cession. Special music for the pro- ELMER GANTRY
gram was presented by theVesperChoir PECK, AND

Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON Lester under Hatton.the direction of Mrs. BURT LANCASTER AND AVA GARDNER .

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PAHOKEE-BELLE GLADE ROAD ..- JEAN SIMMONS ALSO -

MANAGER Miss Mary Ellen Sims has returned .'
PHONE 6-S028 GEORGE YOUNG FOR ADULTS ONLY "Fury At Showdown"
,from a visit with relativesand I '.

.(111Ila';_ .MIIilV.J..M.JJJ i..V." J i.\l. .1>L..u.. ..M..Ja..J.V"VV.. V_ friends at Statesboro Ga. r .I I. | I. |..i I.;..;. I. I .: .:. I'Wi'I' III i ''I'I' frl'j'H"H'Ht'H''H''H' '' '' -HfrjPRINCE .
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I i Traffic Bureau !r Palm Beach County." Power Company To I Hurricane Of 1928 CIRCLE DATES SET. .
. "We have toW the carriers on The January'meetings of the
Is Paying Its Way 'many occasions that we do not be- Reduce Its RatesThe Described In Book four circles of the Pahokee Bap-

"....' lieve it is a just, reasonable or tist WMU will be held at homesof

\ : Palm Beach County merchants, fair method of assessing freignt Florida Railroad and Public Fresh off'the press,'a copy of the members Tuesday.* The Betty
business men and residents were charges and we feel that previous Utilities Commission recently approved book "Okeechobee, Hurricane and Mills Circle will meet at the homeof
saved a $150,000 annual increasein decisions of.the Interstate Com- revised electric rate' schedules Mrs. W. O. Moss, 9:30 a. m.; tha
the Hoover Dike" is to be -
presented
transportation expenses this merce Commission make this method -. for Florida. Power and Light Lottie Moon Circle, at the home of
year through the victory of the of rate-making. unlawful" Lee Company pursuant to the Commis- to ex-president Herbert Hoover Mrs. Adeline 'Wroten, 3 p. m.; the

Palm Beach County Freight Traffic said.The I sion's order December 19 callingfor at the dedication of the lakeshore Grace Jernigan Circle at the homeof
i -' 'Bureau in two recent motor carrier director who is vicepresident -I an annual reduction totaling levee at Clewiston on Janu- Mrs. H. C. Graham, 8 p: m.;end
I freight rate actions. of the National Small Ship- approximately $6,254,000.The ary 12th. This book written by the Faye Taylor Circle at the homeof
James W. Lee, director of the local ments Traffic Conference for the I II new rates are effective' on Lawrencce E. Will Belle Glad Mrs. Milton Douglas 8 p. m.TEMPERANCE .

freight traffic bureau, reportedthat Central and Southern regions of : Mils hased on meter readings made authority on Everglades history, ----..a-
he had recieved notices from. I the United States, said that the I I on and after January 1. and a survivor of the hurricane of TALK:

two motor carrier freight rate- Conference is seriously considering Under Commission's order, the 1928 depicts the effects of the A talk on "Temperance" will be
4 making agencies disapproving rate united effort of all shipper organ- I large city rate is being extended storm with vivid accounts of the given by Jack. Eppes' of Lakeland,
proposals to add a surcharge of izations to attack the surcharge throughout the company's territory experiences of survivors. executive secretary of United
$1.00 per shipment on all shipmentsof principle on a national basis by l I I and in the Glades area this will Also described; are the post-storm Christian Action at the ,January
less than 1,000 pounds. filing a formal complaint with the mean a reduction of a little better' mopping operations: including the meeting of the Pahokee Parent-

Both surcharges have been vig- Interstate: Commerce. Commission. than 6 percent for the average collecting transporting and finallythe Teacher Association in the high 1
orously opposed by the local bureau residential user who passes a $19 burning of the bodies of she: school auditorium Monday at 8 p.

through letters of objection and New Deputies Are monthly bilLReduction 2000 people who perished. It outlines m. Mr. Eppes will also address the
personal appearances at the hearings to small commercialusers the events which, led to the Pahokee High School studentbodyin
-of the General Rate Committees Named In Glades I served under the company's decision to build the present dike, assembly at 8:30 Monday morn-
of the carrier agencies.Lee general service rate will l\verag':: i and explains how President Hoover ing.

E n* said that Southern Motor Martin Kellenberger Palm Beach I5 I percent overall. I influenced this decision and speeded .a __
Carriers Rate Conference docket county's new Republican sheriff, Large commercial and industrial the construction. A descriptionof
I 000-918 was the "most onerous" of has named new deputies in the area customers as well as others served the dike and hurricane gate BACK TO LOUISIANAThe
I the two proposals because it would west of 20 Mile Bend. They are: under standard rates with fuel and their dramatic' testing is re- Rev: and Mrs. Alfred Meeks
have applied the full $1.00 sur- Ray Whitlock and Hilton Bonard in clause will benefit from the changein counted. and children have returned to their
charge on all the affected shipments the Belle Glade area and Frank the fuel clause which will result. Illustrated with a map and some home in, Louisiana after a 'holiday
from the eastern seaboard in to 3 35 storm visit here with her parents, :Mr.
Rozelle and Lee Wroten in the Pa- savings ranging up percentor photographs showing
I.I points to this area. The other pro- hokee area.SAFETY better. Included in the revised damage and construction of the and Mrs. S. F. Lowery, and his parents -
I.I: posals.Central and Southern Motor schedule of rates is a 20 percent I Hoover Dike and dedicated to Her Mr. and Mrs. J. D. :Meeks.
Freight Tariff Association docket discount on bills to churches and bert Hoover, this book is probablythe While here the Rev. Meeks preached -
; 13341, was not as "burdensome", MEETING synagogues. most complete and accurate the sermon at the morning service -
I Lee said because it would have The January meeting' of the I\- account yet written of the hurricane of the Canal Point Baptist
been published in placeof the present Everglades Farm Safety Committee BOARDl\IEETING which caused the third larg- Church on New Year's Day.
will be held in the auditoriumof .
.1 surcharge which amounts to the Glades Office at J. L. Tyson .Jr., chairman of the est loss of life of any peacetime -
Building
approximately 79 cents per cwt. official board of the Pahokee First disaster in theh istory of the ,U. S. E. H. Finlayson, Jefferson County
7:30 m., Thursday, January 12th.A.
"The traffic bureau is categorically M.p. Pattis of the Agricultural Methodist Church, will preside at a -. seed grower president of the \
'., opposed to the surchargemethod board meeting Thursday at 7:45. Florida Farm Bureau, has been re-
Extension Service Gainesville,
,
of rate-making," Lee said' Other John elected to the board of directors of
Florida and A. of meetings scheduled for this M. Hammer, new chairmanof
George Cappe
i "and takes firm and the American Farm Bureau Fede-
aggressive action week at the church MethodistMen's the Florida
the Florida Farm Bureau Gaines are Turnpike Authority
:, whenever surcharges are proposed I cabinet he is with what his ration.
ville, Florida will be present and meeting, Wednesday, says pleased ...
J as a method of increasing discuss the of the 7 p. m.; Commission on member- new board has found operating at -
progress pro-
\ .- freight rates and whenever the ship and evangelism, Wednesday, the Authority offices and plans no CLASSIFIED ADS
i attempts are made to raise the gram. 8:30 p. m.; and Commission on immediate changes in operaiton. PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
minimum charge." He explained .
stewardship and finance, Tuesday,
''E that over 80 per cent; of the interstate SPIRITUAL GUIDANCEThe 7:45 p. m. /

f truck shipments entering Rev. Charles D. Stewart will I

Palm Beach County weigh 1,000 speak on "Spiritual Guidance in Robert Mureny of Austria an .
pounds or less. Our Schools" at the January meet- accomplished snow skier, recentlywon
"The surcharge method of rate- ing of the Canal Point Parent- the veteran men's slalom eventof

making", Lee said, "directly effects Teacher Association Monday at 8 the All American Water Ski
the pocketbook of almost every p. m. Mrs. Joe Cherry Jr., presi- Tournament held at Cypress Gar-

1 person who pays a freight bill in dent, will preside at the business. I dens. :

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