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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: October 31, 1947
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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October FRIDAY 31, 194 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN


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CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY



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Dwight RogeI I Beans Despite Jik The Weather tdnn--- | Halloween Party i, Council.Sets For Citv. Election Day : Fort Pierce Conies



Speaker At Meet 'Scheduled ToniteOn I : To Town Tomorrow
.
E1: 'spite H i rurrir?nesi and hig i T-e Pinokte: ; C t\.' C'.noil Td"h ,i

Hater the harvest of the fall i'ro" I ;.ay: nigh set Dec. 2 as : urnu :p t' i i
Of Lions and RotesIn of gre"n beans in the Glades; are Football Field 1' j Meet Blue DevilsThe
; ,'kl'toa 1 ; day for a referendum 'r. i iI
got underway Monday with the I
I House Bill 122 which authorize
10-acre block )
p.ckngf
a grown
his usual sincere and earnest by Wilson and Gilhs on the Eltrose Toot those horns, strike up the the City of Pahokte to build anciI'.inmtam II Paiok.-: 1Ic'! Dt\il el. venreorganized .

manner Congressman Dwight Farms near Lake Harbor. Th.' band! for tonight is the night I i : a public hospital. T:: after a we-k uf 1'ra.-
of the Sixth Florida Dis-
Rogers beans were planted on a high plot when the children of Pahokee ar'i residents of this community will tue. will n.ake an eft'-'it to butt'e!
trist. told Pahokee Lions and R- I
of muck a few days before the Canal Point, higIittlt' and middlesized -
their back
into the winning
that no loner have then ices of a way
tarians at noon yesterday 17 hurricane and urn invade Lair Field, &OOstring
,
Sept. were some f
I
lunin of Fort
in his local hospital after September.: at the expense
he "would do everything
the crook" thrown to celebrate Halloween at I
that just breaking : 10 IV when the present lease on tae Pierce when the Eagles invad
power to see congress appropriates the of the when th' the carnival and beinggiven I
ground big
for immediate flood top party !> rulade.s Memorial Hospital j Lair Fail tomorrow nitat 5:15.There ,
money storm struck. The quality an 1 bv the Parent-Teacher A >-
relief in South Florida." The visit- 'hliMingt'Xpill'S; unless a new i has always lien a keen ri-
Meld were remarkably good considering sooiation in cooperation with var i these
introduced building is erected. The council \'aJrh'twt'tn two teams
ingcongf'ssman was the fact the felt th ious civic and fraternal
organiza
crop
Sam Chastam. a member of thEverglades '" has already made arrangement.for I with each extending themselves to
by
of the winds of two hurricanes tions.
District fury the purchase of a site for new the utmost when they meet. Th->

boqrd. Drainage and was drenched with over The colorful Halloween costume proposed" hospital which is to brlocnted I Kagles! will be out to avenge ttvji'efeat

20 inches of rainfall. parade! starts at 7:30 p. m. sharp
Pahokt-
flood on Canal Point Road opposite handed! them by
Terming the present a Evans and Rogers have 200 and the children who take part m
R. Mimre'.s .- and the crowd of
to Mrs C. ie.dence. ;!- II:1-"t year largest
"blessing in dlsguisf'Ir. Rogerr acres of beans. also near Lake;: it mut; he masked in order to be .
fill U
: : the season i* f'Xpt..tt"t.1 to :
be the
said that this might ap- Harbor. that to stal'pickr.g for For the judging I
are ready eligible! prizes.
of flood andwatt'r The police were given emphaticinstructions ; stands to see the Blue Devils malt'suprentr
proach to a solution | : this ,,'el.k'nd.V.. H. Vann of the costumes the children '
control South Florida." to prohibit the dumping a effort to stop them.
in and Vandegrift-Willia also have will bo separated into four ago ,
his discussion of flood I of any trash whatsoever in th Assistant i Coach Ralph dress, in

Continuing the beans in the Cardwell area about groups kindergarten and preschool lead end canal fronting the Everglades ('hargIIf training activities duringthe
conditions in this con
area
ready: to pick, as well as a f\ age children first second '
absence of Coach
there Memeorial Hospital. Clyde Alley
gressman said that "if ever other growers with patches of exceptionally > and third grades fourth fifth and
for federal aid and assistance : I' J- t'nnf'thIO'k was appointedcity has had to draw heavily on reserv.-
was cause
this is well-drained high spots sixth grades: and seventh eight i inspector replacing O. L. j I material to fill gaps left by fiatjtitng
section a
to any I scattered here and there. If th" and ninth grades-and four cash
Flynn who resigned. Plans submitted I men hurt in the South
glowing example. there shouH will be awarded to winner
showers let
daily prizes
: up
of the I by Joseph Kahn for the new I Broward game Kenneth Johnson
'I want to be a part plan
be a steady but very light movement of each group judged to be wt'a-:
and carries Al-Marge subdivision located on replaces James Sims at left tackle.

that sets flood up maintains relief and water of beans from the Glades ing costumes the most typical of Bacom Point Road opposite to the I Lee Wroten will be in for J. 1$.
the con-
r.n
November is the most the
from Halloween original
area now on.
trol to which South Flor- First Baptist Church were approved Wriodham at right:: tackle Max
program entitled Mr. usually the peak month for thefall most comical and the prettiest.The by the Council. The paving of Wilson, for Fred Taylor at right!
ida is ,
so rightfully harvest of Glades beans but judging team of 12 will consist -
said. city streets was discussed at end. In the backfield Joe Ker.t
Rogers with two-thirds of the farmlands of two representatives each
but act'on taken. Carr Has been switched from halt-
his interested length no ,
The told -
speaker intently still under water this :year's will from the Lio'is.! *.ub. Elks Lodge i . back to replace John Ogle at full-
to
audience that he plans small Woman's Club Business ,j
do well to resemble a hump. Rotary Club will !
back and Huston Connell fil
of the first fail's
introduce as one - and Professional .oman'aClub Other Rotary Clubs

in the special session of congress Canal Point PTA. I Carr's regular position.The .
Keen Surprises FFA and the Would Help Glades new Blue Devil eleven! was
immediate -
ere asking appropriation Music for the parade will be furnished .
of three to five million dollars With Free Oil the Pahokee School I fur.C'tioningsmoothJy under dress 9
Group by High
direction this weekend and is expected -
for flood work in this area to Band. Letters from Rotary Clubs ia I

provide a stopgap until a completr.thorough Manning I, Keen local Standard Following the awarding: of prize J other states asking how they could I to be: much more effective

and definite program isinaugurated. ,Oil Company Agent had a most the children will be segregated in assist in allevl.ltingthe listre.call.H.d .** than most local fans anticipateThe
the flood in the Glades Fort Pierce lineup has not
.
welcome surprise' in store for the for by
class and room groups parties I
been announced to date. The Pa
read at the Thursday I
Commenting on the producefrom Pahokee Chapter. Future Farmersof with room mothers and teachers area were

the Lake Okeechobee RegionMr. I' America at the meeting last aC'tingas hostesses.. Parties fo. I luncheon meeting of the Pahokee ; hokee lineup according to Gresss

: Rogers said: "You here are '' week when he: offered to supplythe the lower six grades and kindergarten I Rotary Club last week In reply I I will be James Scott left end; Kenneth

what the world needs 'I' the club !,secretary was instructedI Johnson left tackle: Bobby
producing FFA boys fuel oil free of pupils will take place a* '

, fo(",!. Food is the secret to economic I charge for the operation of the various spots on Lair Field. Dane I request of these club! to con- i Baker left gaunt: Flavmond C"i-
I' tethers center: John T. I'Ick..U.Jr. ,
and tart their senators and
recovery in this nation school tractor on FFA supervise parties will be held! for the upper rf'prf'st'nt't-I
.. right:: guard: Leee Wroten
effort to
tives pet
in the world"In farming projects which are earned six grades with the seventh grade i in an

('losing'Ir.. Rogers pledgedhis out in connection with ila sroom going to the xvoman's clubhouse i 1m the passing!' of a comprehend (i I right tackle; Max Wil.vm. ngh'
thEverglades end, : Frank Oilli*. fjuartertMcK.Huston :
for
flood control
will he his program
listeners that it
pur- work. In addition Mr. Keen announced the eighth grade to the Lions Ha'l '
pose in congress to "see that flood? that he ts offering a prizeof anvil the four upper grades to the at the, next !session of ( 'nn.-ll. right half; JulianSnvder.
.
..
lift half, and J Kent
such as visited this area in recent th. Consre.<*.
$25 to the FFA boy in high school gymna!'>ium.

days cannot happen again.- senior class who has the most The children av asked to bo at j :\tissIargart't Powell and Frank I ('arr. fullhat- -k-----

!le. Jr. who represented Pa
It '7"
--- uutstar.dmgre'ord in \ocation.iljTgriculture Lair Field bv; 7'1at the latest so
the end .'f ;jhokee High School at the recertintetnat.onalcinferer.ee :\Maintenance:
activities: at that *V r>r "7 de can be organized
of Pan-
the school year The chapter n >t'inly promptly the parade c< mmitt cnhi'h : !
Archie W. Named For
Ingram Camps
: Keens offers *} i American Club in Miami gave reports -
aC"ceptf'd11' is f rpp' :-*Hl of Mrs ( 1"tr-
Dies In Belle GladeArchie but him f : of activities at the confer- ; -
i i gave a rou"ing'otf' ) lotte Wrliton. Mr.s Frances lIar-
f'r' f. They wfre intro lured bv 1 P'ro! C' Blr..t..haw. -.f Pahoker has
thanks.. Rob
low. Mrs Kenneth Mock and
Principal f). D. Caudill. Mis; lif..n appointed maintenance siipr'mt *-
Wiley Ingram. 52. died ; The C'haptt.r'oted an annual err O Lampi.fr :MildredSeheerpel t i'
I Powell J atteded the conference tin- "ndnt <.t th. three migratory
at his home in Belle Glade Sunday ?10 contribution to the statewid"fund has! been appointed rvMr. (
,loop 4.,,,0 ..TvrtnenrctiiTt <.f the Lion 11:0" >" ear ps In the Pahokee-Canil
ni", |i* came to Belle Gad! being collected for the purchase I : .". I -wi.s Friend PTA '),>-mta'- .
.
i Club and H<-7 11. was sponsored bv i"'.mt area in hiding th4f:" r.I
I
fr f'c.:1: : . : \'. 'eks ,,roir of !and and the eetion ot itv chairman t" art as chairman: ,
', suitable! buildings f T a Ft 1t.' F'-'.\ .' r.1'f'n ft th 1'h" H'.' ,TCharles- ('1 1-1-; I clade C'amp fur negroen and th'l'ahnk"e
\:'. .>r.s incl'i+- ti,. "'. 't". : 1 1 < r.f !hr i : r. -
Willis and Roy for white laborrrs
G Inc. .'!- : .- !K- .. .ht.M Camp to be owned and operated n*' ,'arm"al.trs.: Christine Fraser is I Windy j' Camp
\'anf-grJft. Sr were appointed bv south of I'a ukanti the ('an.llI !
.' the 5 n lrt FFA the State .\f of
in
boys i1harge
huslf1"s"
1 - v :. '-ri.s. !1" "> manager
n".1 I President Onn Ba< ..n to represe'tt I Point Camp fur nRr >es at San
Florida. ItVa announced that arrano'n.'nt.
C'e: : tuil' mother Mrs : general '.
- ---- fe chub! on 'rV judging:: team at Cut which w not beinff cl'Uplf'dt
the FKV will sill Christmas
I > ;
ys
'. \:\'bh.b also v.n-e.
: i.;
K .
the Hallow. carnival and part the present time btrauf flo 1l"
1 earn : \s a "tind-miNing projectwith I
Vrotherand two sifter.all living .
Palm-Lake Group for Vi' 'hIrr.'l! .'f Pa!':rkfai.d l ndition Mr B ir Alabama and GeorgiiThe all profits to :5;"o :n > tnchapter .
I Tanal 1 Point t tT' Ca*;:tI! Pn.".t !IImllwill n1'-,... into the mar
treasury.Complete !To Meet
h !"y v.;ar sent to Pothin onMond.n --- '
-a AK' T s rf'lI.k'nf" at the KverffU' e "
bv H'rrFlmt'ral Home
I ;.' 1'alm-I..rk': .\,.-". ;atn': W' I In1.'t XU :l i Is Date For Camp from whrr! i-f will' dig rt
1r funeralerM.e; and bural a, List Of "
: .
>atone and Mrs nllrd.II"WJ
wIth T :o N-il P .-t Ban'nxt {

t'" :'> Knon l'o'nwt..y Tuesviav at I I TendertVot Scouts i'j ":- i', T'.. "!.IV ant \\..-.In";- :Ministers: :Meet : \J!) assist with "b- off- i*f"rl
30 p nt. I
: :[day. it was ann..I11..1 this! we. k b"-

-- ------ T'! : : .;i l- 'f t official in charge of the me..tn.: Tf'! Pi"',K'anal Port Mir.:. .'01"1'1tII': : .i

Ic! ...' <. ->' -, \ 0- t.... !''i. _' : i The first dav' m"etnq will sta. i"t. r'll .\,-.. .at'n: WIll m... f '>n A j..jr t rr .-.' ',*: t Fred !

.. .. .. .... .,., , '"'-. FVMar *f.:. ,i f. .-' '''' ant '
Band To Play For i --i :" iJI a' H> a m A i-.x..r.-.! dh I'.m >: 11 !": : ,'- N"v 1 it the .u'f

.. , ,, L A'.x : ,- '.'. !11 I t.. hK *
-
I '_ :-: !' Ai'l Iv <: 'reed Y'wmo.'r" >f f ; : ,'. P' : K" T : tong wl:! c..in nr-

Canal Point PTA l-1..,,', ., ".. P".k.... \.r. .' < f"h
, 'J \T: : !:'I :n.':il "-..;.rehBifClr h. ,..' .it I'l i 1"1 ;

I't , L. _.- -- -- .. .-gMr4va'hp .:. 31,5
ril !"'; \ : 7.' '; :" ?I': .1"\ F/-.I: i it Other rae-tr.:

The Canal P.>::it Par'-t-T.-a.-n.'r : Platt. Ir.F
.tsse.ati: >n wll er".lu't! its :.;C't'mbt'r )- -' Porna Jenson. B-bbte. Mt 'kManan I TrX":.-: p i- 1... ;:''"'. P st <*0srw a- K M.- ro' ill t"k.otf1(:.- I. _e---

\ nun-tine in the -hool aud-- Er.frk.s L,>tv>ia \ IJl1am". >n"'iri.nir a \ti it benefit dance nlh c ,s -. ,'i: i-I! ::. ":stair r.>an"...... Marketing of frtiit and

t'l'um: on Mund.i: Nov' 3. at ... Fay Mackev. Charlotte C a t .' Elks Hall Satiiniav night flowing i ." particularly with ..

p m. with Mrs D L Friend pr- Phi>.be Ann Ilun..v. Marcia Jean the Pahotrf Blue E>rt. T .. . ._' .. .t iu..t;'" ....J transl..rtation, ,..

-eat.! president at tbo business Guthrie Emma Hitchcock Ro* > Fort Fn.rre Eagle f.-.Unll ear t ,.1.. . ." i a Kov.n>br by i I,

s-f,...*ion. Featured on the progrraA Mane Henderson, sandra Lor.c.Jrvvr Music will b* furnished by t ,. t ate : . the Seaboard i..

':H Iv a concert by the Pahoket- Lynn: II:.rt. Carol C..rpeontcor. Surrland n3MT'sD pi . if s.v V> wiU frdlew t.

Had:<"t'l Band under the direc- Margaret Lynn blrl@y. OIv Con- seeds go into the LfoC' Ol1'. building .: of fromr t l'J

tn of R.'pert 0 Larr.pi za'-5: a-.<1 Nan' v H:r.r: t : f ,. '''", l1ld'!",' .rca '. .' ---irk.e'r: the PI',tti:



Two The Everglades Tens Canal Point. Florida Friday, October St. 197


is much too early: to do any serious BKOUMK NEWS

THE EVERGLADES NEWS TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY prognosticating Right now it ii '. Beth Smith--Reporter)

Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region envbodguess: and most anything The Brownies held their first
can happen.
Established 1924 meeting for this school in the
Published Every Friday year
Maybe! the smartest: thing to d> :
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Ad-ance. right now is to keep an eye on Canal Point school auditorium

(By Russell Kay) Bill Shands and see how much dut ', Thursday afternoon at 2 3'J
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn he stirs up. He's no pushover and I,' oclock There were sixteen girl*

Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter he is not the kind of a guy to pre ent. The Brownie promise andi
The announcement last week b.
:
jur:p cff the springboard without !t i the flag salute were given and
W
Senator A "Bill" Shands e-f
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher making, sure beforehand that the--'-> then the girls sang Brownie ngs'ar.d
Gainesville that he expects to enter '
i=> plenty of water in the pool The "Happy Birthday" to Sara
Names To Banish CareAn the Governor's race may have been race is not always to the switt I'i Hill i It was decided to elect ne.v
news to some folks but to thosewho > ,
nor the battle to the I officers each month so that all the
interesting note on the playful side of Abraham Lincoln' keep an attentive ear to tha strongbut
nature comes out of his newly revealed paper He political ground it was just a con- that's the way most people bet.: j i I I chance girls in to the hold troop office would during have the&

coined nicknames his a 'ouate Hi- secretary of war, nrmation . j I Year. The officers elected for th*

Edwin M. Stanton, was!' "Mars," and his secretary of na-y. Bill has been checking and Mrs R D Hardaway entertained i month of Nov. were: Theresa Pop.

Gideon \\elles, \\a"Neptune.." double checking and double checking recently with a lawn party honoring i Presidtnt Martha Gail Ammons.

From the time of Alexander the Great and Aritidethe for some time: and has evidently her son. Richard Wavne, on i Vice i President, Emogene Eden-
convinced himself that he has a '
Just people have succumbed to this temptation. It has: a good chance to be elected otheri his seventh birthday anniversary field. Secretarj. Bernice" fates

special appeal in the underworld, where such characters as 'vise i he v.ouldn't have said v\hit Outdoor games were played and I 1 I Treasurer Beth Smith News re-
"Louie the Dip" abound. President Roosevelt: revived it. he did refreshments were served by the porter
hostess" to 31 guest- i The girls decided to hold meetings -
with such descriptive: tags as "Henry the Morgue" for former Tr.e Senator is pretty level headed I I j I after this at 3:00 o'clock each

Secretary of Treasury Henry Morgenthaus, Jr. man and has had sufficient . I 1[i Thursday afternoon in the audi-

It's probably all right when used with kindne Lincoln political experience' to know hip Irs.Ylley Tillis Mr- H. L.i i i torium. This will enable more girls

probably would not have objected to "Abe the Link" anymore way about. In a three cornered Jaudon and children and :Mrs L L. i i to attend A few plans for tits

than Roosevelt would han minded "Frank! the Io-e." battle with Tom Watson and Fuller Tillis and daughter attended th'wedding I' work to be done in the coming
Warren he'd haw to have lot of their niece Miss Mary I year were discussed and the meeting -
President Truman would fare well with "Harry the True i
of lends in a lot of pliers to get Opal, at the First Methodist I was then adjourned
but heaven his of treasury John W, Snyder.
help secretary ,
in the second primary. Church in Brandon. Fla. satur-j I' ----

He would become "Johnny the Snide.-Chicago Daily The gentleman from Gainesville day evening. They were .I Mr.and Mrs C. B. Starling and

New.-. would have to'depend upon organization Mrs Jaudon's mother Mrs Carrie i I I Mr and Mrs C. It. Wethenngton.Jr .

rather than orator;:. Hi i.. Rogers, in Dover Sunday before .. are visitors in Tampa thu

Eureka! lot a forceful campaigner and in a returning home. eekend
rough and tumble battle with such
A man \\looking for a good church to attend and happened vociferous giant as Tom: and Fuller .

) into a small} one in which the congregation was reading he couldn't count on curtain -

with! the minister. They were saying: "\Ve have left calls, but he is a very able business -

undone those things we ought to have done, and we han man and an able organizer

done! tho:'e things which we ought not to have done" and it might be he could weld a FOR SALE

The man elI"opped into aeat and sighed with relief a-: he following of key men throughoutthe

said himself: "Thank goodneI'n> found my crowd atlast.Rotary state who could do a selling

Chaff. Fairmant, Minn. job for him. Several Tracts of Land
He vulnerable' on a number ,.f

points and you can depend upon it
Why ShoreOne his opponents are thoroughly f"i- I 10 to 50 acres at

ely old Cy Perkins came into the village ))():o't officeto miliar with them. Like Franc

get hinail.l. A- he stepped up to the window the postmaster Whitehair. he will be teir-iei', t\! i

: passeB\ out his mail. Then Cyaid., "I han a new lich man's and corporation's cindulite ; $20 to $50
They will remind folk! acre
per
hired man. see if there is any mail for him: The i )-tma-ter
that it was Bill Stands who mtr"-
asked.'htt: is his name''"' Cy thought for a minute but I
I aced a ales tax bill in the lalegislature' *' in Polk suitable
could: not recall his hired nvin'name and said, "You danged County :

old! fool, if !he has any mail here, his name will be on it:' \t the mom nt. Watson and I I for winter

-!K: tarXew.s.. Adrian. :Mich. Wairen are not viewing the situation I crop
with \('nmuch alarm. The v |
---------------------------------
-----------------j I knew that others would be in the Ii'
KI.MWXIIIP: .MKK1INC.: : i Call or see
Group Named To
The Glades Sub-Distnct of tn-> race and they figure it doesn'tPiake |

Buy S. S. EquipmentJ Methodist Youth Fellowship Will much difference who it ;s.
meet at the Canal Point Methodist They have been expecting! to ha I J. D. Wadkins Jr.
from McCaity of Ft. Pierce Rope j ,
II. Wilkinson Jr.. H L. Jau- Church on Tuesday. November.
of Orlando and wouldn't be surprised -
don and II. L. Speer were named The meeting, which starts at 7:3") if Colin English decided t.t ,:.ith.Smith & Smith RealtorsLAKKLANI '
will .' Fellowship -
representative\
on a committee in charge of purchasing the list minut'
enter the race at
new equipment and furniture groups from all Method's*, f). TLA. 111011.1: :
If argument and oratory can do
for the new First BaptK Churches from Canal Point to
the trick, then Fuller Warren or
Church school building a niee;- Moore Haven
TomYatson will be next ji'j- .
your -
-
ing of officers and teachers of tie A brief Worship Service led bv:: : both
Governor, for those bov* are
members of the local will b,'
chool in the Fellowship Hall Monday group
will draw
headlmers They enthusiastic -
night. followed by an address by Dr. DonA. -I tF tI
thI
crowds throughout
Cooke of Lake Worth His talk
It was announced that Mr. F I campaign and those who turn out
will l Ill' followed by the Sub-Dis F
G CJiIhs! will !1-.> in charge of the to hear them won't be disappointed -
trict business mt'etingn'l'Tt atin
nurst'lyat the church during hoursof .
i'
service K. H Wilson was: appointed and r..freshmt'ntse.. Fuller, who is more of a New-" ROLLI

to represent the church at Dealer than Roosevelt, will design
the Paholt't'11 ratory I.ihorfa I Burton Is Pleased a campaign to please evervhodv I

:nip Plans were made for visitations With Reception Tom Watson will probably conduct -
to homes of pupils of all a slam bang two fisted cam-

school It'partmrwt W\rCHtTLA Completing a giicn with a chip on both .siouller -

Preced'ng: the business! >session aro. tour that took him into all sectionsof He knows that the presei
;,.red dish s pvr| was enjoyed hte st:ite. Grady L. Burto.i Cabinet and administration wi'!
with Mrs C B. Starling Mr- state attorney and candidate f;r throw' every stone in his pith that
Ralph Grime.- and Mrs It. P the office of Attorney Genenl. they can rake up that labor leaders ROOFING
ll.trdiwa acting as hostess subject to the Democratic pn- I will fisht him to a finish a.'c.:
.
: that the Everglades Park issue
1v..1. Cross, Jr. his returne-1 hint-self will prove a mighty hurdle when

to Jacksonville to report for duty I reption and stated that the encouragement he besTm campaigning in sout''!i-

at the naval Ixise there after he hail received: since t-s i east Florida
spending a lc'awith relative I formal announcement is moat But Tom doesn't fear opposition
Pahokeo j gratifvmgPlenty He thrives on it. Hell take the: 90 lb. SlateLIGHT
Everglades Park charge bv tve
nape of the rock and shake it
limp and when he gets through
& DARK GREEN
hell chilk up a lot of votes ae
i .!!.b't have before The harder
labor fights: him the better het'! RED -
of run: He proved that before an i
I : mv /cues; is vp can do it again .
But a lot ofoters tell trots that
I : they don't want ...ithl"rVat .>n or $3.85Felt

\Yarrf'n. They are looking for ... I
;L, BARBWIRE dark hors.. > md: some of them t 11

I you that the next Governor *a;<-. : !
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I even he ln mentioned
: Over in Dt'lar.d.! a vi-niisr: t'l-vt-
| -itv student [)lck' Ci)or-. hit
1.l I.ilv annource 1 himself isj aI Roof"ingI

j jrihernatoria! candidate well!! i iI j

that's one way t<> eel yo'ir rare :.' I'I ;::> & 65) LIJ.
I she paper and most folks fat :'.-"

!-:1t is about all Coop < :11 .'\- i iI i
) :!) KICHTShirley ;
I tent The l.ts ate tOt t. 1 t:...t '
I'e w.mt q miifx-_ for it takes f.vv :

.",Jr-d crackers to draw
Bacon-Jones Hardware -:.i few young college J u.t..r.T: +
*:.3"- that knd of dough:: t.. cn.v'., i i i
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i with. or would :t be proper T., \ t !1t Bros.
: .t gamble'J
iI I I'aliokee. Florida J I Hlht roe VHJ, !1f'ar:1.r'> ,.f :

I i Paler Warren than ar\->"''' *.!.. PAHOKKK: PHONK :27)01Page )
tit'"o .ih the! punxsiioe Ns are t!
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i cutinr abttut spreading the A : I
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:i It was a game of "one-o-cat" on a city street and Mickie was ::1
!: at bat. . The driver of an oncoming car saw the play . ,
!: sounded his horn and was driving cautiously through. One I III
II last pitch . the crack of a well-hit ball. . and Mickie ran. ,I Ir
r ...It wasn't the driver's fault,but Mickie was OUT...fouver! ;

I Children playing in the streets of the Nation's cities and i

I towns added 3,296 to the death toll charged agajnst motor
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! traffic accidents last year. Even the death of two little children I
! Mr. MotoristOBSERVE .
-- is two too many young lives to be snuffed out that way.
3,296 Is tragic!

;, MAKE The schools of Florida] are continually teaching traffic
I SAFE-DRIVING safety and warning against the dangers of the highways. Par-
: A HABIT ents should emphasize it in the home. Drivers should exert
: extra precaution in passing schools or going through desig-
nated play areas.
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Four The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday. October 31. 197KUwir


Water Control Is t TO IIKCKIVE: BI ) 1[, and D. offcrr at the State r..en.li

ST AUGUSTINE -Bids are tetra here.:

= : ; soujrnt for the construction -I:: --- -
2-- = Okehed At Meeting i Mr. and Mrs.
*w storage garage:: to house 59 :: llaymond C:ris-
tian
":<.tt>: ear and trucks at CanpEland.ng. have recently returned 13::

HeldOkeechobee : it r.as been: announced I their: iio ne on Bedo Glade Ro.jI

Cowart.UI: 2-c. arrived Mi and :Mrs: Frank Ke-! of >v tht U S. P-opoity and Disbursing I jtum a trip to North e\rl")1in;

last week to spend a leave I 13 il!! Glade annoume th. birth: oft Officer here at the headquart | where they ,'i;. Christians:

from the Navy h.-r.- with his wife" I OKEKCHOEEE The Flood daughter at the Fveu Lades Men.oiuil I er- .-f +!h<- Florida National Guard. :, parents.

and hIs pan'nts. :Mr: and Mrs l:er-I Conttol Committee of Florida. re>- Hospital on Oct 29.: The bids must be received priorto !! -- -.--

pard Cowart. resentmu agn< ultural. cattlr and ------ :!:OO p. m.. November 10. in th! 's.tv 1 ne stv.ool election scheduled tat

Il'.thlvi: Kemp:: who is attendingthe I various other interests in the are'l.I : ard l full information regarui i 1 Nov I will be held in The SportS

State School for the Deaf at I(I Monday voted unanimous approval Hunting Season Is .: : the s-penficat.ons may b, o'> .:<,p in Canal Point it has bve.1ti

St. Augustine pent the weekend of a <:;O.IIIIO.O'O'ater control pi'in tamed! by addressing the U. ?. P. ,.,: ':..aced bv leition officials""

visiting her parents Mr. and Mr,=. for the K\v
\Vilhe\ Kemp in Pahokee. .. na-t-' pl'tn. outlined b.I ::

Dr. and Mr. IV.. Armsttonghad U. S. En nnl'd's at a meeting In
as guests over the weekend Belle Glade last: June. call for a In So. Fla. Section \

their son and daughter-in-law. Mr system of dikes; canals and pum!'.- The

rind Mrs. Alvin Armstrong, and to control water over a thousand TALLAHASSEE T v- I' tat.,1 LARGESTand

5..".. Guof Hiai 'an. squire miles around the east an.lsoutn
side* of Lake Okerchobte. Gar." and }o'reshYater Fish em-I
Mrs.; Don H Hal away and son.
The p'f1gram'ilI be submitte : n:is-sion' :Monday: reduced! the hooting -
this
Benson ate expected: to arrive
weekend from Lynn. A I k.. to join to the engineers Washington ot- ; season for the South Florida

her husband in P.jhokee where he> fice Congress.Harold on Dec.. 1 for later submissionto fourti district to extend only from most Complete Stocks of

is employed a* postoffice tleik. Nov. 20 to Jan. 5.
I;. Scott. head of the
Mrs. J. Frank Col<*m is substitutmigas Dade. Bioward and Mont '"*
multiple plan section of the U. S.
social sciences instructorat
Pahokee High School during the Engineers office in Jarksonile.pie.ented counties to were deer and ordered closed hunting entirely rand -
the master plan and said turkey LUMBER & BUILDINGMATERIALS
absence of Clyde Alley who is re- the! present plan contains severalchanges : the entire district was closedon
sup('.-ating- from a recent operationperfcrmetl turkey hens.
; from the one outlined at
at the veterans hospital
The action unanimously aoproved -
water control meetings.One ;: .
in Coral Gables. previous of the changes lies in projected by the commission, was in all Florida
Dr. \Vilburn C. Young i if recup larger areas for water conservation taken because of the severe damage -
t'ratingfrom an eye operation performed to supplies during recent
and storage areas in game
recently at a hospital ill
floods and waters
high
Palm Beach. Bioward and Dad
Tampa. The reduction cuts the seasonon

Mr and Mr.Inman W. Week Counties Col. A.he G.said.Matthews recentlyappointed quail and squirrel 25: d3YS.Howt''er. are available at LINDSLEY'S
and daughter. Miss Flora Mary
bv Gov. Millard F. Cal.1- the commission reopened -
Weeks were guests of MrWeeks' ,.,
mf'tlwr.lrs.. R. A. Mole well to make a survey for Stat--- a 0-mile square area
nd.'att'r control urged spportof along the Collier County GulfCoat
in Lulu Fla., over the weekend \ the old ACL
---- the plan and told his audience bounded by
om-i-eventeenth of the entirearea grade on the east and the Belie BELLE GLADE YARDScreen
that
division Knip'oyirent: of Ijbhey-Owen-F in the safety glass:1 I of Florida is now flooded. Meade Carnstown line on the I

He pointed out that this is three outh.
Glas Company rose from 305 to
ift thennrthwest
An additional 70.0OO acres ,
the entire Stateof
3..1:0 f and payrolls from $12.;),00i]} times as large as section of Collier sort j II
annually to Sll.Mio.ono in 17 year Rhode I-land and onequarterof (; \IA'.XM/KII:
I Florida population is" affected I Iof the Hendrv County lint't Wire
Mnr a the comninv'.s: first commer(1a1 Hill In
Iof Imrrokaiee-Bunkfi
flooded conditions. I the :Metal Shingles
of this went to lay Galvanic _i
sins' type( ilex*
: al-o ,
and nnth Sunmland. \\ ILreonened.
market .John D. Riggers: ", prtsiPrince '!i F ar that interests in the t'p- t-:anl"'ll- 7 "q.ft. > 6c A n..ne.. ..
'. (per KHsimime and St Johns River Full roll at ft .. 14.95
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d. nt. n.;> .rt 4'< I Other c-nmties in the fourth djtiiet -,- -q 'r' :' 's.'r:
J valleys might attempt to hold un 1
Ithe progrununtil they could cou'le i are Indian River. Okin ibfSt I Bronze less thanqal; II

+ Lode..la-tin:: and Pal flea rolls 13t ft
relief oftheir sq
1 it'ith a plan for I Red
.--- J. \\'. Corhitt of Fort Pn-- Full rollS!) atsq 12c
I : own areas did not m imterialInt :-
,. commissioner from the fourti ds-!: ft. --- Cedar Shingles
t '
I t-s from tho! "' mo'p.lI" In.t t. said suivevs m"li'ne "tr, --- '
ro area ." ;t x No Is HM clear
TheatrePahokce ';.Iv t-> carry their appeals" t.> Gft. mentions: damage to sristv 'IKV ails \ OfT"lDKWhite 10O' heart - 1OO' etlc"
and said then' !lr- 1-
of high water is
Phil:o B Flt'minght'atl of the grained. 4 |- WhnlW
tie that the watf'1'II' r.- Paint
F'deralVo Agency at a meen *- hope !! n, t+r 15.50 _
11 cede before the hunting seas" .. I
: ? in West Palm }.l 3l'h:0;: \', 6. S..d)i" -\1.1''1: square +
Florida ----- opens. .

I MisLois Morgan:: lauchter crMr ; "\\" have spent yearJnnlilin,' 1st quality in -k Q O Sheet Rock
up the deer and turkey stork "j 21. and 3 galOO
and Mrs Altman :
Morganv.t *
2-3
SI.X.U.x.. No\enilM-r :
Ion ran- Per gal
the three counties: Corbitt sai ,
wi wveily' injured man autoirr- ft.x sfthft>. Qr
Today concentrated to
they are --
bile at- dent on Conner Hishwav Per square ftn>t
_" ..... .. 'I. .......,... 'I1fWA shortly before graduation d I iv la st f such an extent on the few acres ->f .\"
high ground left that they c. uMb 'Ht'TU't:\x\-fl'K\K
Ilfr from S
l.T SIH ir.ghas been med
1". 1, :\la"\'!" Hospital: in West: Palm j! fonipletelyipetl." out in a Siding Shingles] Fibre Wall Hoard

Beach to her home in Pahokt-t uerk'hootmg
_. ,..::. I Curtis Wright chief wildlife "c-' ""vpress: grained: wavy butts l-S inchI ft. x S ft s\

: fever for the district ,'-.timat I 3 bundle!' per 25 sheets" Per square C
. 15 foot
"'&I 1' I there are only 3OO Herr left In square per
"' (I J I ::4 II =- : r., I :e.... : I>ade. Browanl and MOHPH' <"<)un squate I'\ I"'II
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TO FIND, Cut WHAT i :ies IN,I'UVTION Cedar Plywood
TI'ES.-\\: Kll: Nov.'tither 1-;) Corbitt said he did i n"t

X\NO O' KAN A FELLER. I mend closing! the sea>-"ii > r.m-I I Wall Hoard 1-4 ir" m as. .rt. tl ->'z.-

JE5TT.. :I KIM CN A !'HHau-e; what little is lett i> f nding \\/tnol'rfl1l < of.
1 inch: t ft. x s tt
rover in the high areas aid 1 '.er22C
FEw DAVS : -he 'tsP. 8 and glam
CAMPyLs. rquart
;z lNOROBEPT "it would have been an idle U'stt try C * .
Lu --- - ... f..t
r"1 -> close the lowland- i au- tn
n t:

1 ... .... quail i already gone" I Fihre Wall Board
r.. "_' .) He said several othi "''mt, (;inn Plywood

.\ v- ,._...,',. .-1--._... also r -qM '?te.l that they h.I.I..-.. I IU\\IK: r.o\ii T\'I't- 1-1 i': '-. H autit II Im' h",1<
; ( but ad led their lass xan >t .- .
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3-11 inc)' 1"x s natura; r -t ur1Vr -
'1/.7'4.. ...f ....'..- 7 great as in Dade. Brownnl andMonroe. I sheeti. Per squat 5c t.d I i9uare 22C
.. \. .
r..t'
r ;0- .. ...... fact
I",1"., r :"\ In addition to the Collier County -

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-- the commission ali
4iV. ) areas reopened -

2.1OO acres of a game preserve '

in Levy County an2_OOOacre's Poultry Wire-

/'/ '\...... J.....: -..:::::::: west of the St. 'John River
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Duval ,
T'lll'IN:FI:1.. Xuuul..r lie': -- -_.:..:::.....:. -'.:.: in County 20(t r.Al'Ci: CAI.VANI/KI: ))
A small portion of PmelUsCointy.

Po you want to find out jut*. lying inside the "'rth city -2-\n.\ :Mehls"wide-per ItO lin. ft. roll. $fi.5!
limits of St Petersburg wa rp
w :;at Kind of condition
your CAT
The Hit Paradeof is In ". Doeyour autnmbU'n..d iprned b of.'caii-j squirrel1'T e flf the In<'reasinmenace I -2-in. Mexhfinide. -pt-r ltlt l lin. ft. roll. $..f)."

I..palrsb.1o.1y job'? Well :areas ore in the !..akB'itler -:!-in. Me'.h-T_ "idf.-pf.'r ItO pin ft. roll. S9.00!

1947 serve you and "keep it rolling"Our area of Pinellas an.' of'I". ,.....-
1-in- .\ : l.'ill lin. ft. roll SI0.13(
many satisfied customer* I in extreme aoathwe; -t"r" I). S. > h..h.:1fidl'pf.'r

pri.-e; ..'::1' work th.' effi- County were p$tah1]:she I ,
Eddit'llt'rt! and (l"lu..tan -1-in. Ile-h-Is"hide-per Jtfllin ft. roll 5I.J.1.: ::
t :. .t "h' ., ..,,at -rvrs and c6t<*n1 to all: h .: .1, I
t''Iln' I
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Tae Gr..attlantl' ,
A. Free I Delivery Thruout Lake Area
.. \ l I'1:11otenilu'r K T i Pi"npanand -

IMM1 I-.n.h: t'1t.P'J..hrtTr. \'. . ,

LAKE SHORE "', l : tae ... . -

!)0lii.i( ; : 1'KATl'KE .: fT';.. ('. 'f'p ...\ ..

MOTOR CO.CHIROPRACTOR. ., ,, '.
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The Return! of the -'I' -' :.:I , , _

ts' L.-sirT rxans ..nrt.. IUU-'H. 'is I-
Durano) Rind I.i' i .>.. ..IH 1. .. ... >... .Lt'.ri.-a i.s I'.
IMI, h..u -ri t. .. i' it*. fur u..i..i..i iiin e.I ..
i ------ -c=-_ ====_ ,. .l. I' lit ... Hut 1.111- I I l-t i'' re .
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CHILLS ft FEVER
I \\E'T FiM BF\<"H
BELLE GLADE YARD
-ALSO- SI.WE ) :.J:
I FRIar : E r tI _M1ETfE DUE TO MALARIA .
rHfR: > a' d SAT .. t Milt '.1 A \11 I. -- I'''''' t. I7fN

...,;'.>--"-'..-.. DR. L. S. JONES RELIEVED /tt"1. 7 \ \I TO .u !' )I | \( |.IT vPage i "I)11 ...

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Nov. 3, Is Date SetI Arm Fractured In I :Mr. harry II Mclntosh.; aocompamed :::.i'-' = n.i.i MirjWeeks, graduate -
by her aunt. Mrs. X.: E from Oak
Classified University Hospital. :-
Ads
I To Cut Sugar Cane Fall From HorseAnita I !!1 Tam. and by Mrs. George Mead Durham. X. C.. who arrived

i i!left Wednesday" for a visit in here recently for a visit with ht";-

SEPTIC tanks and grease traps I CLEWISTON a meeting,,: L .UIFKennen.. :::ix-"t>ar- Washington. D. C. She will be ac- part'ntIr.. and Mrs. Inman \V.

cleaned and rf'paired.'Phone week of department heads and key old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. \V.Kennen 0 mpanied! !home by her sister." Weeks has joined; the: nurses" staffat

3572. Bob Douthit Pahokee. M17c men of the United 'States: Sugar of Pahokee. suffered :> Miss; Julia Mathis. who plans to the Evt rglades: Memorial Ho- -

Corporation. the date for the beginning compound fracture of an arr.i spend t'.ie: winter in Pahokee. pital.

FOIL KKXT: South *i Section 14, of the 1947-IS sugar caneharvest when she fell from her pony \vhil-

(2Tt\; acres I, at Sand Cut. Phone : was fixed. tentatively. f>r riding in the city park Tuesday

55!. JlltC N' vember 3. afternoon. She was taken immediately 4VVii{ h4 S4*c*h-i ss a*e s hh e hh si i h >b
Y V V V V V V V V V : V 't V V V V V V V VOffice
The date is tentative because! in t<. the Everglades Memorial a wv

ron of 10-43-37.KK.NT: on About SALE 1':=South miles east half view: of the heavy rains; encountered H,, ,itni by Mrs. Robert O. Lamp; {v: Machine Headquarters ):

luring the yer.. : : re is a "d J Mrs. JaI leS II. Wilson who "
of Belle Glade-Pahokee Road ?: I Underwood '''
that uther rain: '. in.h irk 4 TypewritersSumUtraml < a
possibility heavy !r. j at the time an I
Runyan. This land is thoroughly will occur before the arrival of t/: I' 1't::-. -. /lent."We )> AddingMachine ,l"-
ditched is in the east shore drain- :Marchant Machines
date. - -N- 4a Calculating- }
age district and lays adjacent to !I Despite; the flood condition's in .< :> A. I>- Dick Mimeographs: !>
the main canal. Will rent The People Is .;
drainage
I greater part of the Kverslad--<- ? Elliott Addresso Graphs ;'f.raOra
all or part at $15.00 per acre or transportation: department of th Topic For CircleThe F & E ('l1l'l'kriter:- ".'
sell at reasonable Also
; a : price. A
"orpoiation said at thin m..tin.th :

section 1 in the district same which townshipand ha II n' would IW enough dry road*. -ei-ond class of the fali mission :.t H.LSEGRIFFITII" INC. ":.;

recently drainage been cleared at $10.00 pr on which to haul cane from th-' studv of the book. "\Ve. tr.ePeople. ,/" Phone :-J-3SS3; ;:: West Palm Beach )>
fields and the .
agricultural department
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acre. These by sugar two parcels cane and are vegetable surrounded -- i(,I gave assurance that then' Pahokee being First conducted MethodistVSCS.! hy tat. "+:a.:as:>.:..:.t:>c:..:.4:as".t:>{as V:>.;>t:>s:.e:.+::-H a Y :..Y a..s Y>.:>e.V:;,
i would be: plenty of accesible' canto ?
X. Ke,. was held at a meeting of the i>im-
farming. Owner A. :
permit the start. The first harvest -
:
onson-Lair Circle at tho: home of t
ned}', Gen'seo.ew York or your operations will b,' of small
I I Mrs.! Arcn Blakey Monday after
broker. St. A 15chtf
barrel early came largely from tha
r.oonr!'. U. J. Sch-o.ler. omission -
.,Western Division plantations which ; ;study chairman presentedMrs.
SAL International T-D9.
FOR
: 1945. S3 OO. have not been hit so hard by floods L. J. Krt- -"r. Mrs. O. D. Shrubs and Trees
purchased August has i have those in the Eastern OiI .
Kail
Pahokee Phone 581. st. S5tfc I vision. Carpenter.!" Mt-redith an i
Mrs. Blakey who led the !studs:
Jo iah Ferric Jr.. ..
> corporatkr.viceprE''ident. ',
FOIl SAL:: New Willys Jeep. I announced that a Mrs. 'Schroder: was intr.sl'icedMrs. .\VARIETIES AT RETAIL
Walter Ashley Garage in Bell C. T. Howes, program chai'man. .
preliminary! estimate had been set I
Glade. Phone 126. Jllch j
-I iof r 910.000 tons of cane to be processed I Atthe business J'.t's.ion. with 'I I Authorized i Sales and SericeJACOBSEN
during the coming harvest
KOSK ItrsiIKS. 2-year-old field I : Mrs. Blakoy presiding. \VSCS life I
The is virtually the :
season. figure POWER AND
grown everblooming plants; I membership w.re"otf' : that last; !season;;
same af: ground i I
over fifty choice varieties; writ'? G.V.. Rv"1 Pr. and \r;. BHk- y
for free catalog with r.osesn. which indicates that the flood damage :Mr. Frank Friend rutlir--il plan j! I HAND LAWN MOWERS

color. Ty-Tex Rose Nurseries, P. v.ill be aJlltUt equal: t,> thdamaee <> for a "pay nineties" l*'nefit PHt'I j I
done the freeze last '
O. Box, Tyler Texas. by to Ix' held in the: woman's < >- !,
I .'hn\l::. This tonnage should! nn 'I ISLAND LANDSCAPE
Oct 3, 10, 17, 21 c house on the night of ICov. 11 under j CO.
the sugar house until the latter '
--- -- -- I the sponsorship of the circle.
TKIVK FOK SAI.K: 1912 Ford part of April. Tickets will l>e !sold at one dollar I I Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons

1'i ton wheel drive, sale or i each :and proctrd-s will go toward lion Southern Ch d.. West Palm Reach
trade for car. Ernest Landrose. J-.. I Baby Blue Devils I meeting the expense of finishing; ; !II i

Pahokee., Box S:.l. Oct Spit I the interior of the Huntaycho" .
i iXTtn i Trounce Lake Worth I cottage. i 1 i

"'.\ : : Part time bookkeeperand j It was announced that the! fin t'. i

<<1 stenographer for the soa- X. I.. Gun: on's undefeated Pi study of the fall mission eours i I _' '

son. Box 367, Canal Point Fla. I hokee junior high team ciaked: up will be held at theVSCS' nutin: | ; '--2'

Oct. 3ch-tf its third consecutive victory by in the t'hurt'hI'>nlla at 30: p. m. '. y
blanking the Lake Worth junior. I

tVKMlI\I: : : House of Beauty. "2 to 0, at La! i Tom Watson Jr. Is I ., ,1 Ii ,
Shampoo and FingerVav"', '>fter:osin. "

$1.25; and $UiO. Distinctive Porm The junior Blue Devils started I Lion Club SpeakerTom \\ 10"-7 .
Manicuring. their -orir.2r spree in the first I ( "" '
t Waving.
a n f n -- ;
Phone 1292. Canal Point. quarter; when Jackie Thomas :i I W.itson.: Jr.. 'W.-v-i and liP-I ,(), &\...---," '" '-/ /t\\\. '.) .:-

Oct. 3ch-tf plunged over the goal line frot. ,I erator of radiistation \\' \\'X ;, ,, ) tIt's

------ ----- ---- -- i 'he three and a little later in th' I Belle Glade was guest speaker tt \ /.v' .

FOK S.\I.t:: Electric range, ho'.i"0- same {>eriod Sidney Caruthers raced I the Tiiesd i iy luncheon nwt'tingof I good jff'-4 .

holt! furniture. Phone 3951: Pa- 35 .wards for a touchdown wii: the Pahokee Rotary Club. In hi- \,. .,;/?
"t.., "l"
hokeo. Fla.V.XTF.I I William Mizelle kickingtht' extra talk on "Advertising". Watson ) -- !tfJj

i jx'int. In the second q'lartE'r'ill.- said th.it the all-night bioadtast? .. ...-t
\ : ): I ..ngtt'rm mortgage I iam Mizell scored from the 4 witna ofVSVX dringth(' recent hurricane .' '- ,

loans, ten to twenty years, on I quarterback sneak and in the were heard by radio listeners because it's .f.r "

well 1 located<< farm or cattle ranch (I third Bobby: Pt'acock't'nt around as far distant as Ontario. Can: :?- ........- --:"'/ .
land. C. A. Bailey Phone ';'n. BellGlade. -' end from the 30 to pay dirt with da and Seattle. \\'ash.In \. I. / ly ,,. .

O21tf !I Mizell's kick again good. Paho- a special election held t.. .'.(. l p/

------------- ---- kee's final touchdown was made: bv choose; two ne'v officers for the . i - .
FOR S \LE: 1937 Packard sedan. '
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(I Bobby Schroder in the fourth club J.V.. Mullis I was t-Iecte 1 1I I --- I ,I 'V
good condition n *w tires. Phone I i qllut''r when he trotted :20 yard? treasurer: and .\. Q. Howell. a :i ALFAR -._ . "II
Pahokce r 31 or 4721. I>. I... Friend. :
from around end. I member of the board of directors-
--- This was a return en-ragemeit It wit FOK SAWr: ) cubic ft. Norge rfrigerator. *- I arroun: / :;yi ,
See Claude Padgett, with the Lake Worth ju:: .m;. Pa nnn-.ial: : fathers: and sons banquet: .4

Pah kee. Fla.' ifs hokee winning the first tU \wi>: I sego I I.' !-'li; r. T-i.'sdr.y. =,,-'\ 1 L /z :: (/

------- -- the East. Coast! eleven. 04 to O. on wth l1t'mht'r "f Boy Scout Troop i "J-; _: ,. "

,,'nl: !SAW':: International Duinn the home field 2 weeks ;g.o. In 2" ni.! :U"- .:. V t..j I t. att id ,it /
K7 Truck. 1913 model in go"t their opener the baby Blue Devil !L-'i.-sts of te club. I I '/- ._ '" /

condition. ?1 loo or will take car in r-s.-d out Belle Glado. 7 to t;. Theyare I -...- ... .. ...... / .i- ;, -
trai'e. First house N. of 1-U1-G.alht' scheduled to play the PalTi: | I .. t "'t', .- .
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"Human Right Is . '
Fla ItI.ir 'each Junior High team on Tuesday I ''t'! 1+ oo I Vft"I, r mlI1ZD lULl
i I I afternoon of next w, -'k. Mrs.t Elliott's Topic 1
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small diamonds. reward. Phone 4 : ..
I Mrs B Fh"t: 1 h.in of til: i -MIIUUULKtaocoun
Jimmy and Barbara: Ferguson: : pan .
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were able to return horn this: :'lnt"r".itonal: n":1t:1S!: : Commit: : i ,. _: --..t. !_v 1::. ." ,,- .., ' i wu
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FOK SAW:: good sued lloyal typ >- I'week from, the Kwrglfl VMemor- i tee. .;ave a talk on "Human I ., 'a.iii. .:. -( :.

writer. ao Ill). C. .\. Bailey. 1 ial II 'spital where both! ....ive bo 1 ?tjT: >" ;.*. the hn! : Vo. n prngrameetir ; *:-. .

Phone: 70. Belle Glade. Nov. 2..- all.! I! of the Pahokee Woman's |I
"' -h TutS.T.V! The *t'eikrit; ,

i-iorj i t-e framework ('of the I'niteJ | ;

ItI/MhtM1M I Nations: organization and potnte 1 j l
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MarshSam's I i right; can throw the world into I
From where I sit... 4 Joe anther armed conflict Ii

I :?.I>>rr hers brought gifts! to th'" I
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a nually t. the veterans hospital A Servant of the Glades

Mrs. Leo Wroten andIr Jul .t !
Matrimony ExpertSam Wilder wer welcomed as new '
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Mrs. A C. Santo. Mr O T.Iiami:
.Itwrnatho never (intended t.. and hi-. mellt glacof beer and I: 4 Buses
I D Flynn and Mrs W FT B !' >nIt
matrimoniHrf.. hut he hit pipe at the end of a lone d.i. : '
5e a [ wa announced that th! n,-x* To \\ ..-t .Palm (teach
:the nail m the head the other dad] Fr'm where 1 sit. that pre>crip- mf''t''in be bu.v.ne.Hs lrnrheeior. -

hen he vaiJWhat : f-'H M<,-.:'. i ajly to m st human Nv 11 Daily To 1 Ft :MVITlakeland

m.-irriairr: nally! r.- -s rt-int! :,'r.-h-' J. Critoi-n rarSyr. ; I The Halloween rr.oT'ff wa u*,> !

more o1'.-- mn.v.! .;. a i : t\\- ufar.yt' r? but ri> ntnscnt. i sn decorations; for t">: ;ni !he .-.

open treutt!:, .. I: :t :t . : .. --e 1 t, e, i 'table! :Mr. K'h.-'t aV: M -- Glades Motor Lines Inc.SEKVINi

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Six The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday. October 31. 1947


standing: comedy-dramas of the I I er when he hit the Bulldog: lm I I received from Max Beverly C. L.

Cinematic ChatterBy season. Do see it . won't you? : South Broward Is after his padding slipped down.I I Stuart. Mrs. W. K. Buchanan. Mr-

Tuesday- 'edneaday brings you ,John Ogle, hard plunging fullback |I James Miller. :-:. V. Maxson. F. W.

Malcolm Millar lovely Ida Lupino and Robert AIda Victor Over Devils I received a sprained ankle: Center II j Cross Sr., F. W. Cross Jr., theMaxson

wwww with Andrea King and Bruce I Raymond Caruthers a wrenched | Family, Harlan Sear,

Once in a great while Hollywoodcomes Bennett as the principal supporting ankle, and Guard Bobby Baker j Emory Sears in the past two

forth with a show that players in a picture that will: After leading 7 to 6 at the end I a cracked rib. | weeks.

pleases all types of people, and all have you on the edge of your seat. of the third quarter the Pahokee Six of the Bulldog players were j ji The Woman's Society of Christ-

ages. Such is the case in the That picture is "The Man I i also reported to have received in- ian Service observed its annual
Blue Devils defeated 19 to
picture "It's a Wonderful Life" Love". Talk about drama, sus- were M j juries in the fray, the most serious 1 1I Day of Prayer on Tuesday in an

which comes to the Prince Theatre pence and excitement, you will 7, by the South Broward Bulldogs 'I being a fractured knee suffered by all-day meeting at the church wits

this Sunday-Monday. find it in this show. I'm sure in the final quarter of the game at Rabbit Smith. Both the officials luncheon at the parsonage. Lead-

The stars are James Stewart )'ou'U enjoy every moment of it. Hollywood last Friday night. : and the spe"ators agreed it was ]:. ers of the quiet day of inspirational -

and Donna Reed and Lionel Bar- And now comes "The Hit i The Bulldogs took the lead in the | a clean fought: game with unusually meditation included Mrs. A. R.

rymore, Thomas Mitchell Henry Parade of 1947" to the screen of first quarter when their ace scat hard hitting on the part of both Harrington. Mrs. Harold Rosen-

Travers, Beulah Bondi and Ward the Prince Theatre ThursdayFriday back, Doyle "Rabbit" Smith, scored (teams responsible for the large berg Mrs. Frank Wilson Mrs. \\'.

Bond are a few of the featured with Eddie Albert and Con- after blocking a Pahokee punt. number of injuries.Building I i K. Buchanan :Mrs. James Miller

players who lend such excellent stance Moore as the stars and a The Blue Devils came back in the I - i Mrs. Don Kepp. Mrs. D. L. Hal'.

support to the talented stars. host of talented supporting artists third quarter when Frank Gillie ''Mrs. Pratt Pope. Mrs. Boyd Vo--

"It's a Wonderful Life" will live 'and talented vaudeville folk. Keyed snatched Joe Kent Carr's pass for: : Progress : hees and Mrs. \V. T. Blair

the and 27 :yards and a touchdown and the t The Methodist Youth Fellowship
in your memory as one of : to a high pitch in motion
nicest stories of a "home town" I talent this picture moves along ata conversion put Pahokee ahead by Sunday School UnitThe which now meets each Thursday at

just like your "home town", that pace that will have you believing one point. In the fourth quarter 7:30 elected its officers for'the
with several of Pahokee's key m 'rout new Sunday School unit of at the last
you have ever seen. It will have you are sitting through a four coming year meeting.
you wiping your eyes . not from ring circus. By all means see this with injuries the Bulldogs took the Canal Point Methodist Churchis They are: Elwood Dart Pres: Bill

tears of remorse, but from tears very talented show. advantage of breaks to surge nearing completion because of Elam. -Pres.: Mar y Helen
ahead when they recovereda the loyal and sacrifical work of Hooks. Sec'y-Treasurer: 1.1Xil-
of sheer joy as you live the episodes Saturday brings the usual double again
of this picture with the feature with Chas. Starrett in Pahokee fumble on the Blue, many of the church members and son and Patsy Margin Recreation

players. "The return of the Durango Kind" Devil's 25 and Claude David scored i fri'nds.lread,' several different Co-Chairmen; Stanley Hooks

t I don't hesitate in Riving yo-i I This one is truly actionated and a few plays later. A short time I j church organizations are anticipa- Worship Commissioner: and Joan

this picture as one of the out- you enjoy all of the shootin' and later Carr's kick was blocked near I ting its use in their future plans. Rosenberg and Russell Sims, Refreshment -
I
fightin' that goes on during the the Pahokee goal line and David The Youth Fellowship especially Committee.The .

unreeling. in three trys again hit pay dirt are looking forward to the assem- Junior Fellowship will havea

SCHOOL TRUSTEES JUCTIO: Second picture up is "Betty Co- and Robert Smith added the extri 1 ly hall as a recreational center, brief Halloween Party at the

of Pursuant Florida notice to the t
*n election will t*> held on the 4th Savitt and His Orchestra as the bulldogs in the air and the yardsgained Society will have a much neode 1 day at 3COReporting, .
day of Nox ember. 1947 for the purposeof I musical rushing were about eVt'n.Tw kitchen and the church as a whol% --. -
fast
naming three trustees for SpecialTax tars: of the moving
School District No. 1 In Palm treat. I know you'll enjoy every game not only spoiled! th- will have room for church suppers' on last season's special -

Beach Countv Florida. for the ensuingtwo moment of it.See Blue Devils' record of no defeats and gatermg A proposed folding merchandizing efforts. representatives
and for the of determining -
\ears the millBRp to purpose be levied for you at the movus Mai. but also cost them some valuable wall arrangement will make possible of the National Assrxi-

the operation of schools within said manpower. James Sims, 17.;. left the transition from classrooms ation of Food Chains told Florid
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whether also there shall I
district and In the said tackle rated as Pahokee'.s; man in to assembly-room j citrus men that more than 17O
he a special two mill levy t
District for the purpose of creating a Ministers Seek Those ho line, suffered! a badlv mi'irel I II Donations so far this week include !chains representing 20,000 retail

revert fund for buildings and ,.ltesPolinc hip and is probably out for the.rest the labor of X V Mao'i! !Stores, participated in promoting
places are hereby designatedas Who Are NeedyI
follows: I of the t'ason. J. Woodham, IPO Leonard Maxson and the pastor I the sale" of citrus products in n.-

411 Jupiter. Town Hall Precinct I right tackle dislocated his should! Generous donations have also beei !tionwidt merchandising drives."
No 1) I The ministers of Canal Point
(2. like Park. City Hall 2) urge that they be notified of any:
13) RiUera Community Hall I cases of need arising in
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No. 3tfO -
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Northboro Fire Station (Precincts al Point-Port Mavica area becau, ; --
Nos 4 6 and the white of the flood conditions In the belief = :>:
-ion of Ni 7.> > -
(5) \\'(,t Pm: Be.'ch Colored In- that acute need may exist or ; : -_ --
f' ;,.'-lal H! h.ud'.torl'llm impend without notification of th"agt'ncles
'Prl''-'nets No<. 7 and 8. excluding -
white sections) community of relief or \ =_ - -
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16) Central BorouRh! Fire Station their workers the minsters" of th'Mtthndist .- -- -= .- ._--:: "-"""" ,.
Precincts Nos 914 and white -- .- ,. -
section of No. 8--a1-,0 No 311 and Baptist" chnrrhes of : / = - -- - ...:_. -.r- / "Ie:
(7)) Southboro. Fire Station (Precincts Canal Point offer their services :

(8) Palm Beach.Nos 15 Fire 18 and Station 32-33)
clnct No 19) cation may be- made, regardless of -
c9I..k... Worth Town Hall (Precincts affiliation lack of it. \;')' ..'.. --- J./; ---
church or -=. _- ff-- _
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(10) Lantana. Town Hall (Precinct They will get in touch with the / \\ ,-- -==.. .:; ,..... -... ,
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((11)) Eoynton. Town Hall (Precinct various agencies of the area to ""
No 25) pass" on such notification.Rev. --"
(12) Delray. Arcade Building (Precincts : -
NOB 26-28) Don Pinson being away ;
(13) Boca Raton. Town Hall (Pre- temporarily during the illness of g '
cinct No. 30) tJf- ,.. -..,
such infor- .
his son, those having _
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414) Canal Point. Carter Building t"w..=, ,
(Precinct No. 35) mation are asked to call Rev. -. "jFl ..: ;" ....I. .... .' ..
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Town Hall (PrecinctNo .
(15) Pahokee. ,
36) William Blair at the Methodist Z! ? . s: ;: .

(16) Belle Glade SOl 37-38-41)City Hall (Precincts par 2532.! onage. The phone number is .."i. /- ,"->. t..7. -- '';: ,....tJ4.1:'...- ......"."o.:. .. .

(17 South Bav Town Hall (Precincts .' ": .
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rtCMRD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION The annual convention of the '; It ......;. -
OF PALM BEACH COUNTY FLORIDA .3! ..lj 1' -
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BY JOHN I. LEONARD> I Florida State Chamber of Cam- -- .. -- r -
County Superintendent of ir-erce will be held at St. Peters -+--,. ...i.r.l".f'. _- :.
Public Instruction and Ex- l6 r
officio Secretary burg Dec. 1 and 2. it was announced :. :5 -K.i'L f v .. .._ ._ r.:,_...:' ._. .,
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The FxerRlades New by Harold Colee. Ex'cu- - ' \ _I : i
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i "One of the most serious traffic accident problems unquestionably
i is the pedestrian," says State Motor Vehicle Commis-
sioner George H. Asbell.

I Of 641 motor traffic fatalities during the last complete year
I 195, or 34%, were pedestrians, a higher death rate in that
; classification than was shown in the previous year's record.

1 At least 159 more people will be killed by automobiles in
; Mr. MotoristOBSERVE Florida this year during the fatal months of March, April
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: and May. Of these 54 will be pedestrians if the latest record
I prevails. The indications are that fatalities will be even
: : MAKE greater. 7 out of 10 of these deaths will occur at night and
! : DRIVING three-quarters of them will be walking or crossing in a way
A HABIT to contribute to their own deaths.

! This is a timely warning! Be alert to traffic hazards when
I you are a pedestrian. Cross at properly designated crossings.
I Don't rush out from between parked cars in the middle of
;, the block. Never walk against the light. On highways walk to
the left, facing traffic.

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Eleanor Cha5:ain I Birthday Party For Tacky Party HeldAt t.m. Mr. arid! Mrs. Ed Barnes Mi. Sandra Lamp! Has

I and Mrs. J. Wilkinson.. Jr.. Mr.ar.d : .
Is The Bride Of Phoebe And RogerRoger Wilkinson Home ; Birthday Party
Mrs. Lavon: Batchelor.. and
Clyde P. Griffies Jr.
:Mrs.; Luronzo Cormell. Miss Conni-'
Jaud.n and PnoebrA.a Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wilkin.-jn entertained : MR.. O.
Ram,-v celebrated their tenth: Smith and Harold Wilkinson: a1! Lampi entertained
The home of Mr. and Mrs. James for the first time since of Pahokee: Mr. and Mrs. SydneyK. 1 uesday afternoon with a party
birthday anniversary at a joint
Stanton Chastam of Pahokee was patty given by their mothers. Mrs.H. mo'inginto their new home at Smith. Jr.. Mrs and Mrs. Larry i I for her daughter.! S.nJra.'n ho.'

the netting of one of the prettiest Lawrence Jaudon and Mrs. Geo.B. North, Moor Gataens: with a Hollo- J I' Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Simmons :| fourth birthday. Following: the

wedding of the autumn season Ramey at the woman's clubhouse ween tacky party 1ue.sday night.A 'Wilkinson. Dr. and! Mrs. R. Y.'Cietch. ;'serving of refreshments of ic..
Monday night. The Halloween broom dance. apple bobbing Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Mario ''l'rE'am'and cake at the Ltm;':
Saturday, Oct. 25. at 4:30 p. m., motif was used in decorating and other games were enjoyed and Spooner:: and Mr. and Mrs. Charles home the hostess took Sandra:: ant

when their daughter. Miss Eleanor the clubhouse and balloons wits contest prizes were won by Harold Lane all of Uelle Glade: and to the children of the neighborhood,

Maxine Chastain became the bride candy stick holders were presentedto Wilkinson Joe Tom Boynton and : Mr. and M:.;. O. II. Chastain of who were guests, to the city park

< f Clyde Proctor Griffie, jr., son the guests as party favors. Mrs. Charles Wilkinson. Canal Point. where games were enjoyed.Mr. .
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c f Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Proctor "Here Comes the \Vitch," Per Refreshments of pie and coffee
Griffie?, sr.. of Rome. Ga. The of Gold" and other Halloween were served to Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. M..Mikei Sanders and Melvin | and Mrs. George O. Schroder

Rev. S. B. Jordan. pastor of th? games were played and content Tillery. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spooner are ill with a high 1 of Philadelphia. Pa.. are expected -
First Eaptist church in Hialeah, prizes were won by Tommy Elliott. Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips fever. Both are reported to be to arrive this week to spend the

t.fficiated at the double-ring sere- Hazel Chaney Olive Gonzales anJ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tom Boyn- suffering from a virus infection. winter in Pahokee.
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mony. Joyce Lynn Hurt. The hostesseiwere

vows were spoken before a full- ass"isted in the serving of refreshments J

length mirror of period setting of ice cream cake, .,.r*: .

which was artistically framed bv punch and nuts by Mrs. B.V.. tf' *-vj' .- :"!r ..
potted, palms and flanked by baskets I Wood, Miss Barbara Moberg a-.t: *. -. .. .-*...-::
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white Miss ". ,.r' ..,.....
of large chrysanthemums. Shirley'atson. '. ..... '
gladioli and pompons an'l Others attending were Judy .. ', ... ff
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candelabra holding lighted tapers. Knight. Carl Watson. Donald Pick- .. ..:..1 ,,=- ;11.
Bouquets of white cushion chrysanthemums ett. Beverly Pitts. Marcia Jean .

and pink astsers completed Guthrie Allan Sogree. Philip Di- ,/it t "
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the room decorations.Miss lanv. Buddy Moberg. Ronny El t ., #<-. .
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Marian Drew of Tallapoosa. )liott. Jimmy Schoeppel), Gay 'i .. }ljF.., .....,, .

Ga.. pianist who rendered a pro- ': Schoeppel Faye Mackey, Judy ,;'.. .... '..::; r : dt YOUR CIRCLE ARROW STORE
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gram of nuptial music also playedthe : Starling Charles Marshall Ro;- 7/ --
traditional wedding marches i Marie Henderson Joyce Lindsey. :./ ,
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and\ Grieg;: "I Love Thee" during David Cunningham. Myrna R.v> .
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the ceremony.The Herndon. Shirley Whidden. David

bride given in marriage by Howes and Emma Hitchcock. 00 YOUR SHOPPING EARLY ._ . ',
her father chose a floorlengthgown .--- ON OUR CONVENIENT wee > -: -+.- .1

of baby blue moire taffeta David CunninghamHas -IAY-AWAY" PLAN! 1\- \;;! I t. I :J f '
fashioned with fitted bodice and "
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full skirt, cap sleeves:: and V-neck- Birthday PartyDavid SOME STOCKS LIMITED.. CCNJJ .,!.. ,1
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line. Her elbow-length mitts wereof DISAPPOINTED IN

the same material. She wore a Cunningham celebratedhis RUSH. SHOP NOW __\
poke bonnet of pink net trimmed
birthday anniversary at an
blue ostrich feathers and
with tiny
outdoor patty and wiener roa.t
carried an old-fashioned nosegayof given by his mother at their hon,-' INCLUDING __ : TTcr : )

sweetheart roses and blue del I on Bacom Point Road Thursdv! @ ....,;-"-:-' 4"- x_ -
phinium. ,I afternoon of last week. OuUlo'irrratrr.s -- 'f -
Miss Dorothy Chastain. sister" of : : ., ., (:--:-.."
were played Ha1l0.t'.n'lo'dti..s
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the hr. :r .ir > eno were presented to tile .Iii ""
rl'an E -iut" moire ---_ AI .,", \ XtJ
goo" : vf :1' : "nests as party favors.The ',-' : : \; \
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taffeta fashioned! a ong the same I I I hostess was assisted by Mrs. vhle Bell fJ ('-:: !-
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headdress of '
lines and a matching /
O. R. Bleech Mrs. PamMI recKs \
and net. Her b-'uquet PULL \ \ wr
velvet flowers
and l Mis. W. M. DuBose in serving JrO TRACTOR
was an old-fashioned nosegay of refreshments to Pat Elliot TOY (COL 5T2R El I

talisman:: roses. I Jimmy Colson: Jack Stanley Rupert -
Bruce Xolen, of Rome. Ga., was ( Mock Jr.. Jon Pope Nealy, 1.69 $4.80
the b ** -rnr.: and '.\'. C. ("o:1na11'! .' Johns. Allan Segree. Tommy Elliott -

of Coral Gables, uncle of the bride .
Baxter
Benny Clyde Alley.
and James Gibson her cousin, wee Jr.. Earl Douglas Meredith and tell

ushers.A Roger Jaudon.
reception followed the ceremony ---- TWIN TRIGGERS
with Mrs. Chastain's sister- 'Y' SAFETY CORKS

in-law. Mrs. A. R. Chastain assisting Sandra Upthegrove "

her at the door.
Has Birthday PartySandra
Mrs.V.. C. Connally of Coral
Gables, aunt of the brid?. and Mrs.; PAINTSET198C &tit-'tlE \.
tlebrid.'s : Kay Upthegrove had a
G. Lawton Sims were at
overlaid birthday party on her fort birthday :
table which was
Oct. 25. The Halloween motifof CGUa;
with a white cloth of embossed P
satin a deep ruffle extendng from black and orange streamers W03D l!) eURtlING-SET!
with j.eck-o-lanterns and pumpkins
the table's edge to the floor. Big 30" Sillel
The lovely three-tiered wedding were used as decorations. As 51.95 81.15
cake was enriched with a ruffle: I I Sandra hasn't been will quiet

of illusion from which extended I I games and singing were enjoyed

satin ribbons::, showered wit:1 i : iby 1 I Judy hicks Elaine and Car-
man Salvatore III. Barbara Walker. nrre :.
orange blossoms giving a sunburst silver I.| Billy and Carolyn Maxson. -'Is $//98 ,.-::: ,"" ,.'XJ.. .
in
effect. Lighted tapers ,!:. i\ 4'" .: ':;
GII'fda and Gale Sears Max
of mints ...
holders and silver trays f 'w.. 6.. .
and nuts completed the table aI'poir.t1'f'r.ts. G'gBlanchard: :: and Larry WHEELBARROW (;;.' ;;- :\, :- : .".:,

Ranch: Glenda and Morris S.th.::: ..... .. ,
..
\.'.-: "" : : ".A.-f..
J net and Geiald.ne \ . _. 1" -:11';:
1\.q. o"car H. Chatain of Canal : Up'hegrov.and \\)\-, ....' /, ))t
Point and Mrs.:: It. L Chastain of Donna Lee rptht' ro\'. Mothers Sqv?. inq T I \.1'" t I. ..
of the brid. and friends attending wer.- 9 I'GranaCR13
Palm Beach aunts Duck r- 22 PIECE t
presided) at the punch howl whim 1 I Mrs. Pope Sears. Mrs. Ralph (1 t ,; ?
was arranged 0:1 a hand-mad> I Griggs. Mrs. Lt'onanl1\lax.'on. Mrs. TOY './ ; DISH SETSJ.2 PA! Il98s O
,
(
cloth an heirloom of the paternal Carmen Salvatore II. Ruth Herron. '

,grandmother.: An aitistic arrangement i Delor Upthesrove,! :Mr. and! :;e z:J () '. 3..)(.)
of white gladioli (carnation i I :'o1rOe.'oh Cptht'gro,1'1.1 :MrsJulian
I Hick'. RATTLES WHEN .: .
and pompons enhanced by lighted o)
Cake and ice cr.'an1'I't' -. reed SHAKEN! [Flee
tapv.s df-orated the buffet.ATi
M.itildi Carr.iseo. col't't'nc'mmatf' ; :and little cups of ,'an.I'r... Gocf:: .... '
I I'jsn-d a* party favors. ROLLER ....... DCKA1DDUET:
of the bride was tn JIgs G: 4. .'
charge of the bride'* book. The ------ SKATES Dcr.atd DUC"u" _.. !
sunny
Misses Catherine Gordon ;a n dVillj. I Lucy Jones Circle Plays I )l .
\ .' Maude Shahan assisted .n "t: t"y... r3 l .Jt; y-

the reception! roe :i and :Mrs. John i New For Baptists f? ,Q h sa* 3f ,__._, J' r.t.thfO
:
'
T. Pickett in the gift room. :Mi1Vgv -". )
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; :'.luherg. rianist. pjvrnte \ r.'Wml.: I b- :n ti.' Pihok.-e !Jj'. ::'.I -- -'
piar< ..fl'.tiers :r-inne:: the reception F::A B\PTI"t 1C''ma':'.. \L": : ma '

1-VHomrjjT :.1 h"n-'vrroon! at X"r. '>n t.> !I... knnas tr>- Lucy
the :Ms-fi-d! n-T'-tll\'m. Hotel rn Jon,-" "ircle. in mf'mor"f the lat- 53.90 S l.fi!) .SJ.!)

:Miami Beach Mr. ant Mrs Griff* Mrs L 1" v Jone. n val and un-

will make thehome: in Rome. Gv I itinng! worker ;:i the church. wa.=
Out-of-town .iue. t.:* attcndins t'1'I I'i organized at a WMl n-io*'tinz

ceremony were: Mr. and :Mr.Clyde :; I|I TUHV! with! Mrs James II WilXjms. .cR. :R ht Ct_Z. ttir. :. ;t !'t tit ". ,'1. ...,,.R 0-....'a. "
i iG'G; ; ; ;'.':'I G'.a.t: ::'. .,;;; .t.t.i: ; G1 ,;;; ..:;;> ';;;'(5.:'',
.
Gnffifs.r. . nd IJnuv :Nol- I I n. Jr.. presiding At the h-i--

eri of I tome. G*.. Mr C. W Con- i i inaJI n.'.' "'..1"

\'. Mr. anti aIr. U'e' r ".- i' Mrs l:. !i. Rot. rs was !- T.'.i. Home Owned and Operated Iiy 'TERN
Mrs J L .I'. -. ." )'.
nally and Mr. and sider.tf tn.: ''' crole: ) t

Con! and .IruhVr P.it.sv. ':! ., .'ff:. TSr.-s4'n were 3JrA .' ,

Cor1 v; ,"- the Rev S n .l"" Sart"1oohairns.in.. Mrs Vi :-.> A"lITO

don and ilr i'lau.iS.: J.'m-n.: .>fUiale..h. :i HenM! :: secretary: and tr vt:. I. M LAIR

M-: 4 \Vilhe Maude Si :\- I j Per. Mr Willie K.r:J'. prra:: sIOQF TE

ian Lafayette G?.. Mr*' ruip.i Il I'h.Ur.11an : :..Jr.. Ellsw."rt K.''n

'h"'i. Mianv. Mss' Maria Prow.f ;: home missions chairman.rl 1 M-
T.ul.ir; ' '.* '": M.-s Catherine: \' R. \\Vther.nistor. Jr. ;\,1... .' J J'chairman. Phone :2!>:il y,

Gorilor. Omf: !"v'v:: Oa : Mr. vlMr ;' The LIIJ' ri"* CclItiie I

?. It L. OM!
t"1: 1'T\\tckr'r.\ Miami Grace Jernigan Cirri-. w.'l: j

Sprits: JameGib-*--. Tnomoville. *- 1 rivet r- efilmrlx on the sec->nd lat.4 i j jfuurtr. .. .. '.... .
,'t"l..t. ... 4. '".: .,: -.. ,
.. Gard M-JV, Matilda; Car Turj-Uy aftrr.r..- >f .. '-. 1.IGIOiCtaGICIG1G.011i/G IGlG1/

rasnf :Nrwsrar Ga n- a: 3 i>