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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: November 21, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Group !t I State Press JoinsIn 25 Scouts Go On .",map: .! Btath Coiintv

1 MrDon Pins un presented a Hike To Woods Sun. '.\ ;::1 1 n t' d. ,i id d o:i Lour "'Id,1 inTiroXti

Tuesday m .ht. No2= : :\
In Favor CuttingOut rival service; program on 'Afru a" Fight For Water ,
F n\ I..nak.. r. new s< out mat.1 whtn the Pahokee junior +'levenriampions .
of the lore Patti'
at a meeting r-
." ..t P. hoket. Troop 21. and hn : of the Glide.arta. and
< n.le. Canal Point UaptiIUMI -.:
WorkThe son : Control In State
Sunday fie! timer junior eleven champions -
:. at the home of Mrs J. H. -r.t.int.i J. \\'. Miilii- took memi !
of the Feat Coast Juniorl.t'3:1If'
I Bordeaux afternoon. Sh ; i. uf :2"
Monday is Tioop on a hiking trip
: moot in what promise to
Everglades Branch of tae was asisted bj Mrs Ida illook'r. i iJr. Mi'mlxr* ul the lurula Pressssixiatitn : !ji: the woods rear SpillwiNo. 10.1
be one of the most exciting grwl-
National Ltague of WholtsaleFitih :\ !'. J. Sapp ltl the devotional. I .\ in annual t'onvt'ntion I Ii:'':anto\\n. lIn.r.lY. For tie hike iron contests staged on the local

Fruit and Vegetable: Di,.t:'- !! and MrG. Lawton Sims .hair- : at :M." Pelersliur;* uv.'r the weekend the :';outs Wl'n'l1v tI.-.1 into pi- athletic! field! this Ot'a'nn.

butors mgt Tut da\ night; at taCKib ; '" man. presided at tin bu..in rs>. MrVmten :'. jt imtl hands fl jib iiianvtthtr I trod groups: as f"l1tlws: Golf P.lI I The Pihokee junior high: tea.r..

Gala in South fay for their I I \ was loomed a.> a new : iiittrtsts in the state inurging I trol. B.ilfh Chnney leader: Stan : leorginized: this season after a

monthly nueting After a stea t number Refreshments were served ; : conre? t<> pass an overall I Patrol. DavId Hnmev. leader: Lion
lapse of !=tvtnlear! temams un-
dinner the officers for the l'omin.; by Mrs Bordeaux to 12 persons : I water (nservatit and flood Pitr'>1. einard Justice. leider
cline
I defeattd! and united at the
year were installed. The new ot- attending control plan. and Htttlesnako Patrol. OlisW
of a \erMiccessfui "aOl! >n :1which
ficers are Lewis J. Fraser. President -a I II eta resolution pa .M-d unani- I I 'aver 1 ll'adt'r. Approximately 2;t I
I it won two games from
; E. A. McCabe, Vice President moiislv by the (unventionas.. boss attended
i Belle Glade. two from lake Worth
: Jess Elliott. Secretary; and Ponce de Leon Next; I'n''o.'ntl'll lmFditor Kiithe"- I IIi and one from Palm Befell. It has

Frank Treasurer.The Jones of Ibllf Glade and Editor:
Dooley, i
Junior To a good forward wall and two ou'-
main subject of discussion On Blue Devil ListThe Paul Kardin of 'anal Point. The I Ii College I s'' ndirg backs in Hobby P..arot'kan.

had to do with the possibility of solution (Hiuitetl oat the nec-!.- .' Jackie Thomas In the cham-

work in the Mtv for imlllf'tliateti'n by the Aid
eliminating Sunday Receive State i i ter1Lp bitth: however the Pahokee -
Glades deal. It was pointed out Pahokee Blue Devils will federal Iwxlv and 'nan> further '
team J* going: to mi!. Mhe !? er-
that this was the only majoi vegetable met the Ponce de Leon Cavalier that recurrence of flood hurh
I I vices William Mizell. first string
deal in the United Statesthat on Lair Field tonight at 8 15 in a. have visitetl, South Florida Palm Beach Junior College
I quarterback who was outstandingin !
worked Sundays. Expression the last home game of the season recently mean the loss' of millions Tuesday became the first two-vear passing and kicking Mizelle recently -

from growers, packers and buyers: for the \arsity This promises to of dollar. college to ho approved for partial withdrew from the school

present were unanimously in favorcf be a thriller for the fans as both financing by State money under I II I I
when his family)' m >ved from PRhoke -
closing on Sunday. Several buyers teams have much to fight for and the 111' school foundation program I
South BayWflfName The local juniors are coached -
said that they would stay oft are expected to put everythingthey law the Associated Press reports -
by X. L. Garrison and have t t't"nthu.'ia'tic
the deal entirely, from now on. and have in the contest. The Cav- I from Tallahas.ieeK hacking of the newly

the growers present agreed to discontinue aliers will be out to avenge the Officials the State Board of Educationapproved organized I'ahokte Quarterback

Sunday harvesting. surprising upset handed them bv preliminary plans at tho Club

Realizing that the branch as an the Blue Devils at the start of State capital for participation of
have all
Tuesday Dec. 2nd The Hiit'rjunior won
organization, could not legislate tina the season last year and the Blue I the Junior College in the founda-
the
six of the ,games: they played in
matter of this sort and make it Devils will do their utmost to improve tion program,: for this year, the aa.1have
East Coast league this season
stick the individual members present their present poor positionin I county school board decided to I
A town f'1f'.tion will be conducted Men undeftateci with HnlyInnt
agreed to acquaint other growers the Gulf Stream Conferenc"1Thi : I II transfer Junior College classes to I
I > tie in 12 during; the
at the South Bay Town Hall! games
and dealers not present at thisructing I is the fourth conference ,game: I :Moriison Field, effective with the '

with the proposal, at.d for Pahokee and the local eleven Dot 2 to name I This championship ,game: will
try to win their support. I has yet to win its first contest ounoilmen Ftb 1. School office attach said wind the 1telT ftMitball seawston

against conference oomp .tition. The mayor will hold office fur there are 2)2; student at th"tolltge I up
the home field as the last; varsity -
having dropped the first throe to me: year to fill the! untxpire i ,
HiglTEIkOfficial I will t-. played
I ,game: away
South Broward. Fort Pierce an !II term of E. K Butler, who resigned The Stat hoard named a fiv" >-
from home at Belle Glade on Nov
Lake Worth come morths ago on account of mtuitxr advisory committee to
I I I I 2". The Pah Visits Pahokee : Coach CHdellev ha., hewn pre-"s of husiress11'. M Jeffn<: v:". k out final details I
Band and drill team will entertain -
I working ha'r.. all week trying t.> i I has been acting mayor. I (Count Board Chairman GmrCelave
on the field rwtween haIn-1t
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& teach his team to hold "n to tlu The t..' > <'ouncilmen will t' :'1.1t..n siid that financial as- ,
and the stands are 'xJ.f"'t".t..t to tf!
Peter J. KOS.S of ReyKest, distort I hall and eliminate the tendency t"1 rl.'fted for i t.rm of two \. us I sistanee. matte possible by the n' wsehewil
filleted t.. apicitv when the starting -
deputy grind exalted ruler fumble which certainly contributed I I They will take the place of FII law. will N> of material aid ; wh: .tl, Mow it .. J-:t

d Florida South paid his official !f> their t. to O defeat hy La\f: \\'ilhtand' M J. Hirdv, whos In the past h,- s:.ul. all finamuuha -e-

visit to the Pihokee BPOK 10;3s Worth list week and gave: Foil I t,'ms ire expiring .. been by the county school system .

at a meeting in the Elks Hill on Pi..rcan easy win three weeks Deadline for films for either office and tuition fee! Hospital ElectionSet

Wtt'nesdav night of tbi; week i ago In the Lake Worth gmo it i is FYr'av C ".nt\ S'ipnnterd,'nt Dr J.1

...< r *o the nett."g Mr Kow >- was a disheartemnz: 'pt'c-tadt' t.. Town Clerk Jewell ovrH will! I Leonard was gratified bv tt I...

ha'd v ti- "'tritior hooks nOt'' .... ei.I-.. b' !. fc.. had anti 1- For Dec. 2nd
nonortd l>\ local ::** a i see the Blue IS-xiN worl; !'o I M !" is: r "al'

hf.I'et in *''e wo-"i-''- (.'ii'ihoi.-.. to drive down to the bnnk of the until Friday for anyone not previously pato
11 ;"; ..t. j't-t d:strut d..-,:t\. Troj tn' goal lire and then every I registered ommended tN' names of 1O persons -. ff> ". .r:'. . .'. ,! \ .'''c. tf..

g' nd'>x:tltet l ....;"r. acted '1- .::ass- time fumble away their oppoitumt The ,'I,'<'tion board includes' Mrs residing in all parts rf t-: t..i .t it I :. .' :r: Tedar; 11' .

tr cart r" f %?, W H Vann a'1' . to storeTh O, L Snaw :l.lr.Iarvjn Miller,. ,'.rarity from which the State board .
2 l.tr. .rt l a.tt :'] ir.ijrht .1 I
tharie Kin Dil T > Mrs F U M'It-hler. inspet tor-* ?int..d fl'O1"mbo'r aO an a'l
in t>t <{utt arran v" I "- Bl.:o are going ipp this a.'ek 'n g.1r 'i'i names >..nthe

r.wnt and Mr*. M I. J- t't'n'a* I miss in toni;: t's game the sere ; ind MrP F.. G..dhrt'Ialh.o risny heard I..tr"" t.. ;.

e >*iimii'i r'f i srroup of Woman; I vices of John <"hr!.. 'and> ..I1IHAnI i -1: !., :\fr" r f. Hirstow rJ.L' Ti .. .n.iii. 1..11.! :at.:....1 romm . hall Iegi'.1 1' ...,.k.', I

t lib members in charge of fuiHirmjr I Snyder. U.t- .f whom are laid m Mrs <' J Br-.wn. alternate ,'n,la ion bv Dr Leonard forrM'i' ... r t... k .\': \ '

1"0 1"10J:. with ":rit *. It is going: to b,'. Polls w ;II t... "p' n from 7 t m -j: .f tv.. !r.. c-. i* tw-. ".'w .
I .. '. -k' 'a I!: rr Kt ri :to
the official thei'iks the heat : 7 -.T.' at Ttar' < f "- -" .;
visit in t.oWfl'f'f'. probiMv Farr t t ; m. .,e. at,. .
_ t ;t".r: :
Hall Mr P.oss oh.* rvt't! tv: p'."v" 1r !,.e home flp,1 this; e ., r>v k.,.- and has s'igt'i: f. repair T .' .1. t.- t,. ,

o.'.'iertof the "M al Flk tnt -.- s..n and .xti: :i Me.t. .!:tr* t::1\,. t>.,.'"i 1 :.' ,'r..p :" ., t- ':JIi.'rltt J- ..f storm d tr::igH : .
toO f t. the Va f r arthe.
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Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday November 21. 1947


One of the most popular cand- i' \Irio. Homer West has return '.1
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing ti
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dale: seeking: state office subjectto to her home in N r*..

the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region the Democratic Primaries next after aisit with :Mr. and Mrs. H.
Spring is Grady Burton. State'Attorney -* J. Clause in Pahokee
Established 1924 Published Every' Friday
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\Vauchula.. who is run- j -
Price S2.e01-ear In Advance I
Subscription
rang: for Attorney General to sueceed Mrs Ernest Lmdro. Sr. his

Mr and Mrs C. Lib- Tom Watson. who will not i returned from a visit with her sow
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Anthony
hart of Pahokee are the parents ofa seek reelection but \\ill run for II and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class :Matter
Governor. Howard Jensen Orlando.NOTICF .
i son born at the Everglades.. in :

Paul Hard Owner, Editor, Publisher I mortal Hospital on Monday. N.>v.
.. at 11 30 p. m. The little fel- OF INTIXT1OX FLl. \XH
McGrath Off With low has been given the official NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant cl Section 15 it) Ctupte20631
Bang Lawoj Florida Acts of 1941 and section 6';. Chapter 14717 Law of Florida
name of Anthony Steven by his .crof 1031 amended bSection 11 Chapter 20658 Law.. of Florida Acts
If J. Howard Mcdrath's first action a* chairman of the
of 13-tl the described lanJ Palm
parents but he 15 known as "Flip fol.owmg in Beach County Florida toi1t:
democratic national committee i i. any indication of tiling to
to his small sister Sur.n)'. DESCRIPTION' Sec: Twp. Re Ai
come, the democrats have picked a real leader. Mr and Mrs George Stafford Tract f6. Block 62. pam

McGrath turned thumb* (!toed on a resolution blasting: Nobles of Canal Point announce Beach Plat No Farms 3 Company-- ___________________ S
the republican! for "putting partisan politics above love of the birth of a son. Jerry Wavn--*. Lot32 of Bale8ubd'I.:. 33. Block 2. -Plat lo:1

countryHis oppositionas enough to kill the move. Tht at the E'erglad'sI..morial Ho. No 5 a Re-ub of Tract

harshly worded document would have proved a boomeranjr. pital on Friday. Nov 14Mr 1 Garden 2 9 & of 10 Lot Belle S. Glade Bock

It was almost hurling the charge of treason at the enemy. and Mrs Mack Norris ofPahokee 6. Twp 43-44 R;. 37 E
ain PB 20 P 26 _________uuu__ It
)Ic(;rath has a keen s-ence of political values and politicaltrategy. announce the birth of a S': of Lot 2 and Lot 3.
!'on. Mick Jr.. at the Everglad-s Block Victor L. Geiger
.-: \Ve believe he will be a fine leader for 194S.! -Orlando Add'tion to Pahokee
aIn <
Sentmcl.Superfluous. Memorial Hospital Wednesdiy.. P3 18 P 73 Being a
Nov 12. Subdu of Tract.. 30
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wit OF 8E'.. OF Wl.. .23S
(iiriu'ii OF ('illtl,"r OF S\\.'.. _____ __ 1 44 42
LP oiL Block 4 Pat of .
They say that jet planes can run on corn liquor. With .("It: TI'T Rader's SubdU'i.lon In
OrL AND BODY" is the suo- N'j of Lot 3. Block 6
who needs ? X.C.
corn liquor, a jet plane -Rockingham ( ) In Hiatus Betwven
of the Lesson-Sermon: which
Post-Dispatch. ject Twp43 & 44 S. Range
will \y> lead in Churches of Christ 37 E as In PB 20 P 28 __._ .07
\V 175 ft. of Elz of Tract
Scientist throughout the world on 62 N" of Cros State Hw'V.
ComebackThere Sunday. November :!3. Iev S 300 ft } Block S.

i is continued discussion of a third party now that The Golden Text is: "We all. Palm Plat Beach No farm 3 Company ___-_-_-____-- 1

the republicans have recovered sufficiently to be a .-ecomipavty. I with open face beholding us in a
for the bUhft and best cash told
will be offered for sale at public outcry subject -
.-Arkansas dazette. glass the glory of the Lord. a'.' to the right of the Board of Commissioner cl Everglades Drainage District
: charged into the name image from to reject any and all bid. at the Courthou.-r. beginning at 10.00 OcUxk A. Mon .
-- the 12th day of December 1947 Easement for drainage and reclamation and
glory to glory, even as by the road purpJo.Hi1U he re..rved Fifty percent ((50"< t of all oil ga mineral rtgtu
Point Contest Is Quarterback Club Spirit of the Lord" Board of Poin'nl-.stonrrs of serbladesDranace
Started For ScoutsThe To Meet MondayThe 3.1SK; DI-tr't
Among the citations which comprise .T MEX. \R ETn:. a- Acent for -alt Coird
n..Ie.. W J'vice I>eputv l'1..rk.1.lbIl .
Pahokee Boy Scouts Troop Pahokee Quarterback Club i the Lt' ,;on- t'rmon is the fo,- -h' No\enix 7 14 k 21 1947

23 Matted a scout point content will meet at the High School Mon- | lowing from the Bible: "0 God

lftwn its four patrols. Stay, cay: November. 1917 to make f thou are niv God early will I !'t'.'kthee -
\.If. Lion and Rattlesnake, at amed plans for carrying out the Championship I j : my soul thirsteth for thmv .'.' ,

.ting in the scout hut Tuesdaynight. game on Tuesday and trI flesh loneeth for thee in a dry
Fur tin next several weeks lay plans* for the basketball i and thirsty land\ where n-> water I II

each: patrol will he creditedifi I son starting the following S:1-j'| is: To see thy jxnver anti thy irloivo I i Ii Plenty of
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points on attendance conduct. All members are urged to attend as I hive seen' thee in the *TItuarv" '

:-.outing: activities and knowledge j as several will be needed to I Psalms (.il.2e..
of =..<.Mt rules and laws. At thee I' ury out the \'arJ"l1" duties at the f The I..s..on- f'rnl..n also m,1 ni'\ '.';

"'1 f the outset the patrol earning .;:line. Anyone interested in jUI1I i I the following passage from th->
the smallest number of pointv .; lug is invited Th mother :and Christian d..n.p: textbook "S'"I- BARBWIRE

ill < r't.>rtam the other three pitif II fathers of players ate teq'ie-ted tee j II enee and fIrlth'itl; Nov: to t'i"
>lat a scout puty :.ttend whether PI' not thev ar' | Scnptuies bv Mirv: Biker Kddv"Identitv \ "

Scoutmaster Felix! Slonaker { a\'.' i ti 'mh.'rs. is the reflection of Spin'.
a npoit on the recent meeting ">* ----- the toiled tion in multitano

Gulf Stream Council of Boy Mist Nan B'<.wt >n was accompanied : forms of the living Prim 'p1.! l*>\' '.

Scouts In \\Vst Palm Beach "dad I home from Savann' h. Ga.. Soul is the sub"tante. Lift. and intelligent'e -
tl lisplaVf'd a chart outhmrfg 'Ihs last week by :Mrs L. C. Easterly 1 of'ir3n. which is mdjMduilized -

achievements of North Gladys land JOOn. \Vvnn.. who are her house but not in matter Soul
District Troopin the past and guests I can never reflect anything inferiorto
what i.** expected of these troopsup I --- -.----- i Spirit" (1-1.:201.
to l!' il. A program of Troop Mr and Mrs Hugo Bee hair - -.---
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2.1 activities for the coming yea: as ",,ut'st" this week her parents.1. I II IIr. NOTICE
uaj outlined by Scoutmaster Slo. I :\ and Mrs C. K. Mitchell oft I Bacon-Jones Hardware

naker at the meeting. I Winter Haven. Notice to all people receivingOld
- -.- I .-- Age Assistance. Aid To Dependent -

Mr and Mrs GV.. Byrd. Shad -.. !I Mr and Mrs. Tolly J. Young- I Children and Aid to Blind. Pahokee Florida
l as guests the past week the.r blood have moved from Pahokee to It is necessary that your Stat

son-m-1 and dau htt'r.Ir.. and j, make their home in Yankee City : W*'If a re Bl)3rf'I ltor talk win

Mrs Lynn Klirl>eo of Fort Laud- I -.. you before December 15. 1* J7. I if

(.rd ilo. Karl Chance had as a recent you hive not discussed: : your situ-
----.-- '! guest E.ul1" st'r of West Palm ation with her within the past

Pn.o! the al>lt. immgement of Beach j twelve months Letters a r.' )*Mn<:
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Newton l e rryVeekiw a sheo written telling each perm when
Springs on the Gulf Coast High- Mr and MFed 1ickeraoi t.. raIl at the City Hall D. not

way. near Hrooksville in HernindoO had as recent guests his brother. come until vou rt''eia letter

,'untv is being d-velope m .o Ridley Hukerson of MinchesterTenn n.iming the date Please ask for l
what promises tl i Iv one of "Flor and nephew Milcora Huk- your mail regularlv; letters ar.-

idaoutstanding\ : attraction" ers<-n of Nashville N-ing sent out diilv .


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it''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 . I
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ii last pitch . the crack of a well-hit ball. . and Mickie ran. L LI 1
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I: Children playing in the streets of the Nation's cities and
I'; towns added 3,296 to the death toll charged against motor
: traffic accidents last year. Even the death of two little children -
Mr. MotoristOBSERVE .
I is two too many young lives to be snuffed out that way.
i j 3,296 is tragic!

; MAKE The schools of Florida are continually teaching traffic
I SAF.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.

. Our children's lives are precious. Do your part to prevent
:_-_- these youngsters being struck down and OUT!
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GOOD REPAIR
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DON'T TAKE CHANCES j
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Prepared by the Anoctat.d Dait.t' DepartmentALTM
of Florida. th. Florid. Prell Au -'
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I Mr?. L. M. Coiir.5: in C13rt'.1; Seeks AttendanceAt PAHOKEK 3IEVS rxi>.\\" :"o'JlOOL
"Week Of Prayer" Is
Proceeds from both projects will II BIBLE ('L.\SS (n'XClL MEETING

Observed By Circle !_::o to the Sunday School department Union :MeetingDear -
l.quip.1 I TPanoke: : Men's:: Eibl' CIa; '
for needed! repairs and !I Tr.e Pahokee Baptist:: Sunday
Friends: which meets Sunday morning :nFellowship
Week of player wa observed by ment t Sch.--ol Council meeting= which
Just a word relative to our 1 :: Hall at P:4.. completedit
The hostess was assisted in the
members of the Gertrude Shirley Union Thanksgiving Service whun organization prozram lat; week meets monthly will convene this
MethodistVMU.. it serving of refreshments 30 per
Circle First Graham. Mr.-. will be ('on'uctf'ednesb! ;: The teams and captains: will brini Monday night at seven; o'clock in
at the home of Mr;. sons by Mrs. II. C. ,
a. meeting night at seven thirty. First Baptist abut the most f'ffo>ctiactint:
hall.
night Clyde Alley and Mrs. G. M. Belk Fellowship In keeping; withhte
Keen
Manning I. Monday It I ,'.' *.
Church of Pahokee. :? vet ; : by the group. C. R. TV'ro -
service co-hostesses. season; of Thanksgiving, the
with a special" worship pre- -.- -- hoped that the people! oT this am en. membership;; vice presidentvl;
sented by Mrs. J. 1:. York. Ref. meat course; will consist of turkey.
will make a special effort to At- supervise this phase of the work

C. T. Howes spoke on "A Better "Care Of The Eyes"Is ter.d.'e have yet to see a congregation A definite goal has!' been and wiM Needless; to say the appurterrar.ce.s -
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World for Children. Followingthe Subject For Lions commensurate with th* he achieved: if the enthusiasm; o* will be in full evidence. Tiij

program, which was under th occasion Surely as Americans w the men is a criterion. The Class culinary ability of Mr.- Sam MeKir.try -

direction of Mr9. R L.. Pope gift I,! Dr. H. Y Creech Jr.. of Belle :.tve much for which to be thank- Quartet will sing this Sunday. K. :: will find the turkey witha

boxes for mission funds were collect -!i Gl. de. tl'stp.'ak'r.", pave a talk ful. Our history will substantial Cowart will direct the s.nging. 'I flavor reminiscent of only the 1

(-- this. Yes we'll crowd the footb-i'T The teacher. Rev C. A. Moberg: best The discussion;; of the meeting

Mrs. I. M. Lair reported the pur- day luncheon meeting of the Paho- fit'h'e'll b
chase of new equipment for the kee Lions Club. Major Johnson in clean wholesome ath- : God" President Elsworth Keoi: program. All teachers, offices -

church nurj-ry and Mrs. D.V i, of \\',,:
Cunningham announced that circe 'I Army leader announced that the the fact that a clean whol- I manner. .
members had donated 23 Christ- :
Salvation Army will cooperatewith some program is possible ony
mas gifts for amputee veterans at the Pihokee Chapter Future when built upon the foundation

the Biltmore hospital to be used Farmers of America in the collection laid bv the Creator. Therefore, let I
veterans as presents: for QUALITY MARKET
by the of
repair and distribution us attend this Thanksgiving service -

tr.eir families. Christmas toys to underprivil- f just as enthusiastically as tno I 1 Mile North Canal Point
Final plans were made for the j
I I edged children in PahokeeCanali other.
benefit fish supper to he held or. '
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evening -'I i area. I Sincerely your f Beautiful Ice Tea Glasses
Saturday
the church grounds /
t Plans were made to meet witn j C. A. Moberg ,i
under the sponsorship of the ---.-- ;
circle with Mrs. James \\'. Vannin j the South Ocean Lions Club next !?8SjtlM CILA-SES WITH 10 I'O'tJCli:
week to hear a talk by Fred Smith i I A pair of rare black-neck American .q :: ...=
charge. Tentative plans wer1 I' president of Lion International.Jess I swan, imported from Chi! '. 'II ?: s %} S1-: l .l (:I'ASSKS wmi *-,."> I I'orxn SACKV

made for another benefit projectto M. Elliott reminded club memi -I have been added to the Hialeah i n- '
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h<> held l in the near future with i, hers of the referendum election* field scenery. The birds wer ., \'f' HIKE: WITH 1TKCHASE OF

i''on the proposed new hospital build- i flown from Santiago to New York!

;i, inj;; IIn Dec 2 and urged: everyone City. and then sent bark t- > Miami GOLD' MEDAL "Kt :len-tt'stctf FLOUR

j Ir to vote The club voted to cooperate ; by rail.
Classified AdsSKI'TIC I
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I I icing* turkey shoot and namJ ,
: tanks and grease traps I
cleaned) and r'paired.Phone Kenny Mock in charge of the pre
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for the Lion Itva- a.r.ounced ."- Fd
3872. Bob Douthit Pahokee. M17c i i jeit I
: that the Freedom Tra ntall f

roil BENT: : South I_. Section 11, \\ 1)1 on display in Miami in
."" 1'rt'SI., at Sand Cut. Phone':
f2 > : 'i T>< 0:. 20 and 21.McQuaigGillilnnd.
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Walter Ashley Garage in Rein

Glade Phone 12">. Jllch I
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S>'Uipoi and FinsrerVav-*. ,': and appioa .hii'-T 'n irnasre -

$l.:!:> and $1..".'). [)istim'ti.1"- of her mce.. Miss ,' :\ ll' ORIENTAL GARDENS"'
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mar. n t W.iving. Manicuring. C.ilhlard.) daughter; of Mr.1 WBiker. t 1 1t J Jacki.n ;ille'/ > vpe'b'y' beoulifwl -

1'h.ir.e J2: !2. Canal ". .11'.. if Goose Greek T.-\ IN .5 ; ; 1't i I 1 I 7 estote-at roctlon. hat
Point.Oct.. 3ch-tf a*. to Cha-l"s) Franklin M.QMT. ': '., 'i' t i a M t'' brought pleasure end lot-
I iris '' i f t(1 ; focion to thovtandt of
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I'OKl.l':: good sued Koval t.vp t\ 1/1 ',sill ; v> .tor* from all over Ifs
I Quit?. Sr.. of Pahokee.' l i ti + / world Oriental Gordeni it
writer. Sin( lIiI. C. A. Bailey. 1
Miss" Gillilind ;graduate l fin, t I) t 1 worthy of repeated *>t i't! ,1no 70. Belle Gl.ide. Nov. 27t- t" ..
.. -- the Palm Biech Hish S. h.l'M5 .- -I! 'n 111 / 4q 1 i ; betol'f presents r>"
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'IU..IU. : I,0\.V. fro.n; ten to and attended the IVIIIi ,
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twenty yean., on unproved farmland Business College in W.-=t Pn.: l + I r r I Iaj 4

and cattle inches. C. .\. Beach. She is now emplov-d hSam r' 11 : o :; 'jt

Bailey Phone jt). Hello Glade. Itc Nichols and Son Bi-a'.to-: : ';

I'OU x \1.":: Complete Grocery and that city. N ,N ]:
Mr. Mt'Quail is a gradualPahokee -1t t 1 1 \
Meat Market iupment| $17:10Cal \
High School and serv1 I
.V.l or Fn-d Ihckerson. Can- i"' I ;'
in the Navy four yearsith" vr- 1
al Point. Fla. tf : i
seas dutin the South Anierit an 0 1

I.<:oK for our new telephone num- area. lie is now employed bUutle -- $T*; \ .. ; 7

her In the new ditectory.; Christian
Cheviolet.MM Bt'a cl. C1

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The wedding:
; s\.i:: 12: BUIck Special Se-
I take place at the Church of th' 1'F' 't

J'lntttiin: /good condition. I Latter Day Saints in W,'st Palm: \\
:$llot/> tash See Buddy lirnmor: .
I each on Srmdav. Pec 2" a'
after l-3 at hIS home. Pahokee. [1t1
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color slide projector i ,
1'OK l.lL\si: :: Service Station and A new
Restaurant in Belle Glade, call which uttli?..!" two wartime developments l-

l>.\rrl Smith. Ft. uderdil\: to project more brilliant

Phone 1.V71. or write C. J. Newell pictures with greater safety f'>" I

the slides;; was announced recently:
B.3.: 'I Canal Point. lip I
by the American Optical Company, I
I'OK :s ,\I.I.: Harley IaviJ..l according.> an item in the current -

motorcyt. recently overhauled,, issue;; of The Florida Opt"t- I

I.. I. whirl..y Pahokee Phone' metri...t. official organ of the Flo'I It t
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REGIONAL BEER ,' !
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Folk* here were burned up mgr much different underneath< ('its g-onal; Drink of Fr, -nd5N p, G.J \ f ;,

tn article 'n Our T>.. n I printt-d f..ilv.. work hard : like to enmt hat ->m, is another SoufSeaiferncchieveTert \, ....: i

"r .ri: a cit% p.ipr. Aide I u- sound night to the it f.imiic! ... and re- .
that has brougHt pleasure and satii-
ik.- j l jnrh f.r "hitk-" "h.t whitla' with a moderate glass; of Iner.like !
faction to beer lover who cpp'oud !?. distinctive r -
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... with chin + ties. Brewed to please the dlsc"I. I. i fII
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Fr< .'i v ro I *::, it J<;+it matter '-.:..., '
.h.kfr.i paxMTi,; through ut it }'oj l\o .-. :.n i5;>.\rtmer.th I inctifig taste of the region JAIL is a grand: be"er- '!_f --- .

wji> e-'.t.) h >u-e or on a farm-*.> r-. in ar I age by itself cr v,.rh foe foods. Try JAX today. ,t> :' -::,

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Frldav:: November 21, 1947 The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Pam P1veThe
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First MethodistVSCS Gertrude Shirley, is Circle sponsoring -, I Ladies' Quartet To I I er.ce o* the l'=lrch. One day, hoI \" -

j ever. God will say it is enough ant i
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a benefit fish supper at Pahokee UnionThanksgiving Sing Sunday For the church will be withdrawn from
the church Saturday from 6 to 9 !
Pahokee BaptistsThe ; the world. Rev. Moberg will sho vfrom
p. m. The public is invited to at
the ,
scriptures: the difference
tend. Service between the world and the chur"'
Ladies' < i
Quartet
of the FirstBaptist
The Sunday School objective of
The Simonson-Lair Circle. Firs Church of Pahokee will

MethodistVSCS, netted approximately Wednesday, November ;2ith.)0: p. m. present this Sunday morning at 1 three hundred in attendance is

$l.'O from the "Gay Nine at Pahokee Bapti-t Church the eleven o'clock service the rapidly rearing materi.iliz.Uu.nwith
: the goal of "
I one hundred 'al-
ties' 'party which it sponsored in hymn. "Moment By Moment. T 1'?
most there'. thanks to the efforts
the woman's clubhouse last week. Prelude .n..m.... Mrs. C. R. Wroten pastor. Rev. C. A. Moberg will .
and cooperation of the leaders. J.
Mrs. Willola Friend was in chargeof Congregational Hymn AU Hull the Power of .Jesus Name continue. his special series of sermon. 11. \Vilkin. m. Jr.. H. L. Jaudon.
arrangementii.Prince on. "The Holy Spirit Capacity
Invocation .....................ou.n._ Rev. G. P. Pitkin congregations are attending Mrs.V.. M. DuBose and Mr.P..

-_. Vocal Selection .... ....-...... nhu..h .._.. .. Baptist Church with results in additions to the \V. Young. The Wednesday nightprayer :
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Scripture Les:>oii Xo. .>0o ..n.... (Head Responsively) Rev.C. membership: and a greater response ;! to show an increase nitro""ito
in terms of
definite .
service.At '
T. Howe the joy of all concerned.
I the night service I _._
TheatrePahokee Vocal Selection h..OU.u...-..-.__...-..-. Xazarene Church beginning --- -
at seven thirty. the Men Quartet
Mrs. Steve
I Congregational Hymn .....-....-.. ..-...-...-- Blessed Assurance will sing. The Pastor will preacn \ of \Yauk Tucka' an. and Ill., haw son.Vayne. .

Florida I Offertory.. ..............._..Praise( Him) ..-....-...-....-.. .... Choir on. "The Mission. of The Churcn arrived for a visit with her cousins -

Vocal Selection ....--..-..-..-....?.----.-.--...-..-.. u. Methdist Church in the World: Some entertain thethought Mr. and Mrs.V.. H. Vann. in

.STMIAY-MOXDAY. Nov. 23-2J I' Sermon .....-....-......--..............--...._.--...-- Rev. John I). Rhame make the that world the bolter.church On is the here' to Canal Point and her aunt. IrIinnie *.
contrary
:\ L. Hughes, in: Pahokee.
Doxolojry -............_.__...........__.............._--........ Congregation the church is here to testify ----.-

,.ii.Mtt.Sf..C'ST: For CaFuLt "' I Benediction! ......................... ........"ou..... _ Rev- C. R. Moore the world needs not to be mad \V. y\ s. TO .MKKT:

'o:< I. Postlude ...-..- ...-- .....-.....ou..h.____ Mrs. C. II .\\'rotenThe better Nobody but denies needs: regeneration. TheV.! M S of Canal Point
!rrti s I that the world is Baptist! Churoh'I: 1 meet Mond.w

1 ** & offering: received at this service will be: sent to tlui no worse as bad as it is. only because night at p : All bd:..:" ar*
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and Mrs. C. C. Cruthird and I ECHOL'S GROCERY
TrainingSchool To
son, John Bennett, spent the weekend -
,- Vk in Hollywood visiting his; Invite Group) From PHO.VE; 3941 CAXAL. POINT

brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and
Mrs. Gene \Virwahn and family. | Neighboring1 Towns I f Beautiful Ice Tea Glasses

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I Plan.t"! >: a training ,<-iis.! i..r / ; .; :: t: ; :J; (CLASSES: WITH 10) POI'XICI
Mrs. J. C. Mock and grand-
| the .
: : pplf's' department
young; --..
I uaughter. Jeanine :Mock r.are- j i the Pihok.e' First :'thodnr .: Ji.:. !l': :: t CLASSES; WITH :_.-, I'OlM) SACK

turned from a visit with relativesin ; Churvl;: '..vtrtmad..- at a nietmsr o t !|! '' :J-.: FI{EE: WITH piitniASE OF
; Miami. the Sunday::: :-;('11001'lrkE'r:4 COlill.il j'

<- Tuesday night. The training:; GOLD .
MEDAL 'N-t' !>, ----t. .! FLOUR
j; :-t'h".1! will l he conducted by D:.

I Chajmian. !starting:<> first w.-.-k
!'>>O'Io V I:n e, in December, and voting p*','I"! .

j groups at the Canal Point an I ICellr II '-> >S> < A f. A A < C <
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BUT OUR LINE. GlaoltIptho ist Chun-::.

. will be invited to attend. j ::Yti Ytia: OffkeIlchine: Headquarters : :

Plans were also made for t:'.
) 1dl.n\'oo Typewriters 1 .. .
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JJ''C Annual Christmas program ar.. :
::. SumUtrand Adding MachineMarchant }
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tn'>- at the church to lie held this >

year 0:: Tuesday. Dec. :23. at... I I": Calculatinir) MachineA. )>

!ii. The! program will feature .1 A. II Dick Mimeographs !
:-.i. ;u.t.! "'Ihe Christmasb'rv': ' 44> Elliott Addresso Craph-; : !

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Ac Writer
\ hl'h will he tinder the 1revti: :-. K Check : ;

< i" Mrs Marshall Lair. She wul ' "
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( t\ I r 1 r' r i I" ;i>si! i \ ? r MrJ.. V Thomas, Mrs. Krrkv i Ph..nl'.t, : : I'alm IleaciiA .l-ar
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) \t'T( T Starling. Mr Loon Spooner.::: Mr ;. i! -; :
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} Frank Friend. J. A. Dulany a v! i! > s < > as > >sd>s >sts >"Aae >s ".> c" ; a as" >
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I--4 Jack Spencer.: The committee ir. _
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1, charge of Christmas treats fr th > |

T hildren includes p..\'. C. T. H>u s }I t

Mrs Geo. B. Ramey. John A Onlanv. ,

|. Mr. an(1Irs.. Paul la ltl.jl'
/ & 4bJ and Jack Spencer.::: The l.usi' j i Shrubs and Trees

\ ('rristn" -as t H't''ill br fnrri-i..' :

\ / and installed l\v the Men'BtMe! j I "
ALL \ .\HIETIIT: RETAIL
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( !las." ar.-i dot orated by the \\ : -

in's V-:
/1 fxrhanjit-d bv the children, <.t l'SunJ :: i Authnriml Sales and Servirt1JACO15SEN

!tv S 'h' ol.

/ The ('nunci"otf>tJ a S:-.o n.ntrbution '- PO"l'RXI: >

to tk fund being raisef! t
,ith" establishment! of .1 M-th.-i-: I I HANI 1.\ MOWERS:

foundation l building! on the e.uii-*
the spirit that makes I
.f F! .r.'la Plate Tr.iv--r--tv it T.: -
P''.I-SST' Itva- ann ':ne'? tr. l' I I ISLAM J) LANDSCAPE CO.

PERFECT PARTY LitlE the Pal-'k.-e < hun he' i'i.>ti f r
t'r.f: :- <*. :- 5170 Open Wedmiay l : and I Saturday; aftennM n-.;

\ -.- I )1111 S. 'it h. rr I'.i\
? Mrs. Rozelle Sneaks : I II

r/ N Before BPW Club
Allow a little time between I

calls others have GIVE I OTHERS
to permit to
I Mr. S'ie IIZ'lltf present-1 J1.tiu I
their the line. A CHANCE I .
turn at < athat: quiz <>r. ooKnj'Y :
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rjev, rnrr' nt"nt T prosrram ni--e ring -

JJ <>f the Evergladellusiness ,1"1 1 .
!eF..i'nal'oman'!" flub N--j!

/ T 1:*. dtY; night at the home of Mrs
When another party on your \\'inoia Fnt'ndmt.t: przev.: .'re
RELEASE 1
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line has an emergency, please 0\-1 bv Ire Violet IIal! :1r.j1'

release the line quickly..and THE LINE IN Alma Farrow. A Servant of the Glades

pleasantly. EMERGENCYf I The need of matenals and eqaip1
1 went at the Kverglade. Memi-ri-*'

T-. **" Kr- h. .utr.eetinp
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and ways thro-igh wh-v. To Miami
(( 4 Buses
tr.e olib I: could a TH West Palm Hcarh
Complete calls quickly. This / \ ir.g:!, these! materials were duce'is*e'

assures better service for It was .tnr.' :.Jr.f'.1 that the ne[T Daily To Ft M\t-r.. A.! Lakrland!
you I KEEP CALLS BRIEF h-;":ne. and your party line neighbors. I h.. -- -- ',. '- f''e j r-- ;..-t :V":

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securely on hook after each \
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Page Six The Everglades New. Canal Point Florida Friday November 21, 1947

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1 I CrvOD FL"Tl."UEI.RKET Urges Women To Join
Cinematic ChatterBy I -
Malcolm Millar TAMPA Florida's population All-Woman Legion : HITCHCOCK & SON GROC.

F 1 I increase of 21.8 per cent durin.; PAHOKEE. FLORIDA
Mrs. Margaret Moore, com-
You have a picture coming to the war years assures a healthy
the Prince Theatre this Sunday-I I building material market for several mander of Gardenia Post 170, an Beautiful Ice Tea Glasses
: ex-service woman's Legion organization -
Monday that is loaded with Holly- r years ahead according to a
wood stars and is one of the most I Tile Council of America report. in'est Palm Beach was aC1l.' 2 GLASSES WITH POUND SACK
." guest speaker at a joint meeting
The state's current
interesting pictures that has been population !
I of Fred and Percy Mansfield Post 4 GLASSES WITH 25 POUND SACK
written for the screen. of more than 2,310,000 estimated
I 90 and the
The picture is "Sea of Grass"" by the Bureau of Census is about the woman's Legion clubhouse Auxiliary Monda-in FREE WITH PURCHASE OF

and the stars, in the order of their 312,000 over the 1940 figure. This Mrs.
night. Moore the
importance to the picture, are gain has combined with the homebuilding advantages to be gained spoke by on ex-ser- GOLD MEDAL "Kitchen-tested" FLOUR
rush to create a record
Spencer Tracy; Katharine Hep-
vice women all-w -
in an oman
joining
burn Robert Walker market for tile and other quality
Melvyn
i I Legion group and asked thosein
building materials the report dis
Douglas Phyllis Thaxter Edgar i
this area who are interested in
Buchanan, Harry Carey, Ruth Nelson -' closes. Value of tile installationsin Joining Post 170 to hand in their PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
the state is to
and Robert expected reacn
Arm.strong.SP to local officials wnc ,
names post :'
a record high of nearly $2,200,000
<'ncer Tracy has the part of' in turn, will send them on to he'
the iron-willed Col. Brewton. who J this year. It was announced that large Phone FREE PARKING **: *

fights the inroads of the incoming --- signs reading, "Lair Field. Homeof RIGHT DOWN: TOWN:

pioneer homesteaders. Douglas is the Pahokee Blue Devils" will 4 Fill lp with Gasoline and rark11 Oa.. If You Like
thf crusading lawyer and Miss Auxiliary Name Is be erected at the north and south I

Hepburn is his bride, he brings "Pearl Cater" Circle gates of the Pahokee High School SINCLAIR STATION: LOU BRANCH
back from St. Louis. In fact their ahtletic field this week under the We.-t Palm Beach, Florida Opposite :\Iontgom'ryYard
are many choice roles in this in- sponsorship of Post 90 J. \\.. Mul- '! Olive at First
Members of the woman'sauxiliary
ten =ley dramatic story; each of young lis and David Bleech are* on th-
of the First *
them handled] by an artist andeach Baptis'oman's
committee in charge of this
I project
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Union at
Missionary a -I
of them portrayed to perfection .
meeting at the home of Mrs Horace -
Following the busmen!' a program -
Unwm Tuesday night voted :o I 1
The story is gripping. The picture of entertainment was pr"rented -
give their group the name of Pearl I
is based on the novel by Con- I I and refreshments wer- i ii iisenel JEBE
Cater Circle in honor of Mrs J. J.
rad Richter a well known writer I i ] with Mrs C. R. \\"etherinI !;- :
Cater of West Palm Beach, youth
in the ::.Micks. ton Jr.. Post 90 house ihnrman I
director for the Baptist Palm- I
I ilnn't believe you will ever sea Lake Association Gloria Hende-- and Mrs John Wilson.. Auxiliary :

picture with more real lift son was elected .secretary-treasur : president in charge of a Transit'- DBIVE-IX
drama than this one and I feel: ments. Guests were member pi ;
er 4>f the circle and Imogen"
Gardenia Post 170. Canal Poi I
Mire v ou re going to (enjoy every Spi\cy:;; community missions; chair- i'
moment of it. man. Mrs Roy Pope is circ', Post 242 and South Bay Peat 16! HK l' \ TYBARDCUE
Yes. I do highly recommend"Sea
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:;; Of Grass" to as top in .
you ]<- Jensen ]led the devotion :NTVTK ( ONKNTIOVThe
this type of entertainment. "
and presented a program on Africa. Florida Baptist State Cn- l
Pee:;; at the Mai "
you movies Others taking th-
part in
vention is in session this week n {
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t\\: ELEV.1TOItTAMPAThe program were Blanche Stevens Orlando meeting with the First Proper! Cooked and l'a-Of1t'el. You'll Thoroughly
Imogene Spivey.
Baptist Church. Rev. C. ::
Mice!' Stevens and Miss Spiv-y Enjoy A Sami\\uh Here.
,
berg pastor of the First
largest and mo.tmndl'rr were named team captains in A.1"1
Church of Pahokee
and
-.tuc':.re of its kind in the charge of a, membership drive. An Pinson of the Canal Point Cold Drinks and Good Coffee
world '':e. aboard Airline Hai.- attempt will be made to get all church
road's :ew j.no"> .-.ate rock tlevato" young ladies of the church from -are- -in-attendance.------ I i '1 he next time rOll want an exceptionally jrooil

at Tampa has been placed in operation -'I 17 to 2;; years to join the circa. Mrs Harry Jordan. of St Petei -anelwkh-tr one of ours.: You are :sure to bv
to assure greater speed *n the end of the drive members
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burg, won $;)OO in cash for naming i delighted:
handling shipments of the "rmpir the circle will he guests! at a the Seaboards new streamline, ('I
mineral" phosphate rock so badly 1\1\ mothers and daughters ban which she calls
the
Silver
needed to bolster world economy, Plans were made to present The new train goes into $ Star.j LOCATFD NEXT TO SNYDER'S GROCERYON ;

it wa>- pounced by Leigh R. I a decorated Christmas tree to the: December: 12, for travel THE BELLE GLXDE ROAD
Powell Jr.. president of the roaJ
I Everglades Memorial Hospital' New York and Florida.
Stressing the fact that pho+ At the conclusion of the meeting i

phate rock, so abundant in the refreshment were served by Miss

South, is being mined at an unprecedented Ruth Cochran, hostess Mrs Paul

rate, Powell pointedout Tillery.; circle sponsor Mrs F. G..
that the new elevator will Gillis WMU young peoples] d -

aid materially in expanding the rector, and Mrs. Horace Unwin:

business! of the Port of Tampa. WMU president, were guests. This Talk About Milk Prices..

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HOOKS GROCERYLAKE WhenIi.us Cow does her bit for Health and Happines.; she con-

tinues on with her life of repose and contentment. The multiple processes:;

SHORE DRIVE CANAL POINT and factors which eventually bring her precious product to the famiy!

table are entrusted to the hands of others.

Beautiful Ice Tea Glasses
q It !is thev- 'multiple processes: and factors' which play the major role:

\: ? :L GLASSES WITH POUND) SACK in the cost of the milk you buy. ince 1941 costs and price, and salaries:

too. have rh en. in many cases, to record heights. (;rains, for intann'-an
3 gp .1 I GLASSES: 11'IT11231'OUNi; ) SACK essential factor in milk production-have attained all-time highs Labor,

=''i1 1.f.1! FREE: WITH PURCHASE OF feed transportation costs contribute.' to the cost of milk.

Sugar, butter, potatoes: coffee, are but a few of the *t: ple-: whosv:
GOLD MEDAL 'Kitchl'n-tt'stt'd" FLOUR prices: have piralt>(1. Yet milk i is still one of the best food buys when you

consider that its: : 0 percent increase: :since 1911 i is mall: compared to increases -

in other foodstuffs:; ranging up to :292: percent. Consider these 19111947 -

comparison: :
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1111 1917 Increase Increase

ORDER YOUR PUatoe10 lbs: We ..17c :2c I.17:;

t I Koust: Chicken Ib.Iluttor "lc ;: :2Ic 77.:

Ib ;!tc 7lc We 192.: ;

ThanksgivingTurkey Eggs, dozen 41c Sc; 34c 107,1:

C-n Milk. :} can 21c i7c Itc 7G,1

n"l'?el. 15 oz. Sc I.le Gc 7';."

Log of Lam):. Ib. 2-c G.e .t 1 lc 117.E

alt Porl". Ib. 1.c .t7c :-Ic :!I11.;

Griths: 10e 3-c:: :2c :.10.lJ

Grade .Chuck Roast Ib 24JIJncon c Gk: .tOe 17..l

'l'OIATW'e're ; Ib 2tlc .f'c :)fk' 172.4

Crisco: or Spry :; IbsrilEMI 37c .st.1: Ile I7: .1

MILK (HIT: 11l'! 'Nc .C ..G.S

troinir to have plenty of turkeys
In 1 I'1 ll tin o'hnarl.tt."ring man retMd 2:: .:.o i p.T day
this year hut hy ordering: early you :'..r hi- IaL..r. 0 Hilou'd t.n! iHj\- 1:i} <)'i.tt"t mi1! at 19cr

are assured: of the exact tine you ur1} !:.-t fllr th:,* da> "- la) ?r' T?d.i\! at :2.;l' ;J.4'r ILI'Irt i 1'.' can

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I IN FLORIDA IN ONE YEAR
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: "One of the most serious traffic accident problems unquestion
: ably is the pedestrian says State Motor Vehicle Commis-

. sioner George H. Asbell.

I Of 641 motor traffic fatalities during: the last complete year
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195, or 34%, were pedestrians, a higher death rate in that
classification than was shown in the previous year's record.
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At least 159 more people will be killed by automobiles in

Mr. Motorist- Florida this year during the fatal months of March, April
and May. Of these 54 will be pedestrians if the latest rec
ord prevails. The indications are that fatalities will be even
I MAKE greater. 7 out of 10 of these deaths will occur at night and
j : SAFE DRIVIHG 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 ti you are a pedestrian. Cross at properly designated cressings.i .
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.

OBSERVE ALL It's your life at stake. Walk safely-live longer

TRAFFIC RULES
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KEEP YOUR CAR
IN GOOD
REPAIR THIS SPACE DONATED I BY

DON'T TAKE CHANCES
PAUL RA R DIN I
Prepared by tf. Associated Daft.
cf Fbrida, t*-. Flonda Press Au-
clahen. and tk.National Coni.r COUNTY) COMMISSIONERFriday
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e Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Fnday. November :21, 1947


School Board Has I Special ProgramAt to Miss Dorothy Thompson prolc Revival To Start *: thi.'upn!, De.ember 7tr. Inspirational -
'e of the Pahokee WMU: at tae ,
= service and
Building HeadachesThe I; Baptist ChurchPlans E.aptiSt Chil rf"n's Home in Ar At Nazarene Church nu.-n.dl song number each evening special:
cadia. Mrs.: Horace UnnlU:
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county board of education for a series of special programs president: will be in charge of this Rev John D. Rhame! of Miami: --
Tuesday afternoon continued grap- to be conducted at the P.i- project. It was announced that 15 converted entertainer and prof''- l-iri< buyers. of Florida e'ltru
J linilh a problem of increasing hokf-e First Baptist Church Dec members have enrolled in the new- fruit. such as Kroger Grocer
sional boxer, will be the -
building needs, caused by S-12 in observance of week of prayer ,1) organized Lucy Jones Circle. evangelist : Company. A&P Food Stored,
and Mrs.: Mulhs led the and at the revival to start at the (I \\ nn-I.
increases in population aggravated : were made by members of the devotionals j )wtt and other disgusted
by damage schools suffered Woman's Missionary: Union at a Mrs.: Unwin presided at the busi Pahokee Nazarene church onIon: -I w ith green inedible nut shippedby
from the Sept. 17 hurnc ness. daXO\'. 24. Rev. Rhame has hada Florida
mt'etingIon: ay afternoon. The early in the season
successful evangelist!A ministry '- I
special programs, with Mrs: Stella ----.- -- have adopted a policy under which
anMrs: Elizabeth Hand member Mulhs: in charge Will. be held each Mr.: and Mrs B. A. McCown of over the eastern afl southeastern they will purchase no more Flor-
from Delray Beach, said the board afternoon during the period of observance Orlando visited friends here Tuesday -' :: pan : the UmtM States I ida fruit that does not meet th3USDE
planned to confer at Miami: Thursday ending Friday Dec. 12, while enroute to Homestead. '! for over 12 y'ar'f'' an ure you Grade A standard but they
with the state school official .. i will appreciate his dynamic. mess-'I will .
with an all-day luncheon meeting -- -- - I IIr. X pay a premium for such fru :
and
ages songs.
regarding possibility of getting a at the church. .:\ and Mrs.: B. Elliott i I --- -.-
four-year loan against the county' have re- Be with us for the op two-mill building reserve tax levyto The group voted to prepare a turned from Jacksonville where : on :'Iondao'el1"J 24tn. II Mr and Mrs: Gary Sanders haveas
finance a construction program. I gift box for overseas relief: also Mr. Elliott attended a Ford deal 7:30: p. m. Senicesi.:oe held.I their guest Mrs: Joie, Hill of
Authorized Tuesday, however I to send a Christmas box of gifts: ers' meeting over the weekend. I!, each night except Saturday I Greenville, S. C.

were several improvement jobs.
Proposal of C. G. Williams local '
contractor, to errect a 20-25-
foot "arc-ribbed! 'building Delay ,:-
Beach for S2G70 was accepted.This .
would replace the negro manual -
arts classroom) and shop blow
down in the huincaneAl ,
!, authorized were repairs at I
the Xorthboro school cafeteriain tri
Rest Palm Beach. I
Architect Edgar Wortrr.an was
instructed to draw plans and specifications ,- !
fur improvements t .
sanitation" and constmction of a
principal's office at the negro industrial I
high school in Went Pah.!
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School Superintendent John I-
Leonard described) Dolray 13 negro schools! as "bulging" for
need of more classrooms.
Dr. Leonard said that, about 10
miles west of Delny Beach o-
the Hange Line id, 10! negro pi-
p:.s are trying to go to school in
a one-room structure.Use .
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Antler: "n fi-Id for se! l -pr.. football ,
k me. fou'ir.;: '" iyp of P--

ember and New Year's Day was I A size to fit your familyFREEZER.S
granted:: a group of ex-service('(' mm j jon J
condition 10 per cent of gross

receipts goes to the school's athletic JI k H There's no need to "run out of anything" these days-not
fund and the school band get I
conce*"<""i *ig* ts. j when you can have this great freezer . the International

Action followed long discussion Harvester . and in a size to fit your needs! For the III Sys.
over propriety of permitting sc'honl
property's use for non-school pur- ill tern of Food Preservation assures you a constant reserve of

poses. Board member Carmen Salvatore fresh, flavorful, vitamin-rich foods . in season and out .
voted "no." "
Plea from the Greenacres town N all year 'round! See these great, new freezers TODAY . and
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council for a new school building i see how conveniently] and economically you can have a storehouse -*
there brought reply that that
would be considered in a surveyof \,; of luscious fruit, vegetables, meat, poultry and pastry

building needs early next yea. ; . right in your own home!
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Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain a'* '\
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visiting their son-in-law and \
daughter. Mr and Mrs: Clyde P.

Griffies, Jr.. in Home, Ga. this
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Rev and Mrs.: Don Pin and
son Butch, have returned for-n
B..stonIas: *., where Butch received -
medical treatment at the

children hospital threUSUALLV i
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