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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: September 3, 1948
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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September 3, 1948 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN C. J POINT BY PAUL RAHDIN-



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I I I PROOF OF THE PUDDING. :4 . . . Alley Pahokee Talks Lions To Club Pahokee High Set


I For The Opening Of
OPERATIONS Coach Clyde W. Alley mentorof

: I the Pahokee High School Blue
By Paul Rardin I Devil football squad, was guest School Next WeekStudents
speaker at the Tuesday luncheon

meeting of the Lions Club. Introduced -
of the Pahokee High
President : I.
by Manning
School Senior and Junior High
D )> 44 M' f Keen Coach Alley said that pre-
Schools registered at the school on
'j'A season training of the Blue Devil
of this week and the ele-
Right there alongside th's squad started on Aug. 23 and although Thursday
column is the proof that I've beenon he is having to work with meptaary school children are sche-
duled to register on Tuesday, Sept.
Unlike most fish-
a vacation. much green material he hopes to
of< Fr 7. with registratioh of those who
talk about their s F
ermen-who only have a team ready for the open- .
catches-I decided to bring the ing of the Pahokee schedule.He have been residing in the State
order to convince a r continuously for two weeks or
proof home in .
also said that season tickets;
certain handful of folks that I really more to start at 8:30 a. m. Child
good for five home games: the-
fisherman. There ren who have been out of the State
am a good first to be 24 will
played on Sept. ,
friends, two hand since Aug. 24 will register in the
they are, my
go on sale this week and asked afternoon.
some strings of them from the I I the club for their whole-hearted
briny deep. For the uninitiatedthat Children six years of age or \\hn
,support: of the team.
big one is a grouper-as fine will be six on or before Dec. 31.
a delicacy as you've ever taste. President Keen congratulated 194S are eligible to enroll in the

Elsewhere on the string will b*- chairman of standing committee first grade: however, parents" must
found several red snapper and tie u for the excellent report submittedat show birth certificates as proofof
.
remainder of the catch is made_up the meeting. age. Parents must also ign affidavits

of the familiar grunt variety. My Y - for the two-weeks residence i-

only regret: is that I didn't ha\o Blue Devils Ready in the State.

two or three Pahokee fishermen Classroom work for high school

along to pull 'em In and strip:? students will start on Sept. 7 aril

'em for me. I was whipped down For Fall Grid Work; for elementary school pupils on

completely after the ordeal cf Sept 8.Principal.

landing so many in such a short No Foot Ball Camp I C. A. Canipe an-
time. Maybe on next year's vacation' nounces faculty appointments for

I can take along some local Pahokee Schools as follows:

fisherman to help me haul 'em in. The Pahokee Blue Denis fogt ,Elementary School; First Grade,

ban squad is the smallest this fall : Mr&'S ui Shirley and Mrs: Lois

A new laundry and dry clean- that it has been in many years, Mock; Second grade, Mrs. ),Iyrt.!-
ing plant is scheduled to open *n according to Head Coach Clyde Johnson and Miss Reba Henry;

the building: formerly occupied by Alley. The boys have been put third grade, Mrs. Cleo Douthit and

the Pony Club south of Walter Canal Point Ready I McCurdy LaunchesHis through two weeks of conditioningand Mrs. Lula Pope; fourth grade, MUM,

Hull's packing house in Pahokee. Own BusinessW. fall's program is under way. Elizabeth Caraway and Mrs.
Belle Glade folks will open a Coach Alley has a new assistant Flora do Speer; fifth grade. Mrs

modern and up-to-date laundryand For Opening New I this year. He William Don Howard Sarah Thomas and Mrs. Charlotte
W. McCurdy of Pahokee h*"
there within Walston sixth Mrs. Tommi"
dry cleaning plant a graduate the Universityof ; grade.
launched his seed, fertilizer
own
a few weeks, so I am reliably W49 School TermThe Kentucky. He taught in Weit Lee DuBose and Mrs. Estell-
and insecticide business in the oM
Informed. Virginia last year. He is a veteran Chafe.
I canning plant building owned oy I School W. ,
Alley
Clyde
of the recent war and was High ;
W. A. Cross and located near th-
Canal Point school auditorium wounded in action. athletic director, football coach
FUNNY! A few days ago an employee I> ice plant on the PahokeeCanalPoint I
of the phone company came baa received a new coat of read. Mr. McCurdy is 'open Cf'orgeTuckf'r, Georgia Militarv and history; Richard L*. Brooks

Into my office to fix the phone. It paint, the entire building has been i and ready for bu ness. I Academy graduate who later attended agriculture; Miss Ruth Dorsey. librarian -
cleaned University of Georgia. ; Mrs. Elsie i Sims. English: :' ;
was out of service as is the case completely throughout andt Coming to Pahokee three years:
about one third of the time. Did he everything is in readiness for t'le': I Iregistration lOgO Mr. McCurdy became associated I will direct the junior high schoo Miss Jean Gough, Spanish and

speak He did not. He didn't even of the pupils on Tues- :, with the Stuckey Fertilizer foot ball program this fall. Tn. English: \V. D. Howard. boys'physical

grunt. day Sept. 7. according to Mr! Works where he rendered satisfactory | first practice for this group will tw education and assistant;
Wilma Lence. principal. I held on Sept. 7. coach; Miss Esther Kaufman,
that firm'smany
service to
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day Children who have been liv'ni i i | On Coach Alley's Blue Devil English; Ned Kocher. mathematics -
Next Monday will be a big friends and customers. Before
director
continuously in the State snc. squad this year will be found the ; Robert O. Lamps music -
at the county-wide barbecue i't j coning to Paickje be workelfor B.
You'llenjoy Aug. 24 or before will register in I following returning varsity mer.: and bandmaster; Misw -
Plan to be there. the Hector
Boynton. Supply Companyfor commercial:
barbecue and the morning at 8:30 o'clock. Thos i I I Ted Johnson. Lee Wroten Raymond a t r Ice McLendon.
the excellent ten years.: He is thoroughly Smith
Miss Constance
who have arrived in or retn-ed t") Caruthers. Buddy Sim. studies;
especially will you enjoy mixing familiar vita the fertilizer and t
Mrs. Olsen
I the State after Aug. 24 wi.l i Hueston Connell Julian Snyder home: economics; Stray-
with folks from other -
and and extends
mingling insecticide business &
Plans are i register in the afternoon start:;'; j I Joe Kent Carr. Donald Danson. horn, mathematics and Er.gli;
parts of the county. cordial invitation to his many
at 1 ro and wi'l to' who will duringthe Miss Ann Graham girls' physical:
hr Other play
being made to feed more than 2O.- : parents: ; friends to pay him a visit at his boys
education; Hubert Miller, sciences" ;
000 citizens from all parts of the provide for the transportation of of business. yea are; Russell Sims Stanley
new place
this 'u, I Stuckey. Richard Mrs. J. R. York assistant prin
group. - Hooks. Lenny
county.
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Children six years of age or who : Tillis, Carney Wilder Ronnie May, cipal.
will be six on or before Dec. 31, (, Bond Issue Passes Jackie Thomas Charles Dickson.Jr. -tea.

1JMS are eligible to enroll in t ie Holmes, Ralph Chaney. Jacob
Porpoises Hold No first grade if parents provide a. Weeks TrevetteV t' a k s. OHs
Fear For Beauties birth certificate as proof of age. j i By Big Vote ForA Weaver t&X'IOOn., Clarenc- Funeral Services

There is no change from last 1 j Pad ett. Sonny Phillips. Bobby

war In the Canal ()int. School j jfacultv. New Hospital Peacock. Bernard Justice and For Dr. E. J. Thomas
MARINELAND Florida porpoises Mrs. Lence in addition to David Ramey.

were frolicing with Florida her work as pnncipal. wIll teach I I Ordinarily the squad is taken on

mermaids at Marine Studios last the first gra
week while movie cameras ground Mrs. Marvel Griffith. 3otr!'. Lu- want a new hospital building to conditioning purposes and as a result Jordan Thomas. 11, widely known
out an under .water short story fo? cille deMoya.:! Mrs. Clara Maurer. :'! serve the Pahokee-Canal Point of thee camps a larger turnout resident of Canal Point were held

television release. Mrs. Vivian Mercer and Mr;: area there can be no doubt afte" I of foot ball players has alwaysbeen in the chapel of Ferguson's Funeral -
Stars of this unusual film werefix Sorchie BardDRIVER'S the municipal election Tuesday in experiencedFor some unknown Home West Palm Beach: on

beautiful girls who make up -.- which 341 voted for the special reason the camp was not Wednesday afternoon of last week"

the under water ballet' at WeeV.wachee .'- LICENSES I $160.000 bond issue for finance held this year and the turnout cf with members of BPOK Lodge .

Springs near Brooksville. Driver' licenses in the Pahokee- ", ing the construction of the new players is unusually small. It U 1352 officiating.

Florida who journeyed to :Marine Canal Point area are en sale at I hospital and only 7 voted against. possible that more may make up Dr. Thomas a retired physiciap.

Studios in order to swim in the the Pahokee city ta.nth Mrs ', The vote of only 271 freehol their minds to come out for tw died at a Wet Palm Beach b*.-

same tank with porpoises sharks Marvin Cow'art acting as lAouti-' | ers. representing 5O per cent 0: team after school opens. pital on Monday evening. Aug. 23

and sea turtles. agent. Hours are from 9 to 12 and J the registered freeholders plus ore Coach Alley wasn't at all optimistic after a long lIla*ss. He came to

Timid at first the girls soon 1 to 3 through Friday and from 9 mere necessary for validating tie over the outlook for a win- Canal Point 13 yean ago from

found that they had nothing to to noon on Saturday. election.An ning team this fan with such a New York City where be was a
fear from the undersea monster . .- adequate site for the proposed nraall amount of matt'naLVt' life member of BPOE Lodge No 1

and It was thrilling to we the po-- Mr. and Mrs Joseph Kahn and new hospital has already been win make an honest effort to turnout of that city.Surelvorf.

potan Joining the girls in their ballet children tare returned from ann purchased by the Diy on Canal a good team." the bad coach include: two brother

backroUs and other graceful' w *kV vacation spent at MiandBeach. Point Road approximately one aid in his laconic comment coBhw Caries Thomas and Gory Thomas

mane+rer IIIJJe from the center of town. Devil prospects both of JII ew York City.Establishecl924 .



Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday. September 3, 194S

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THE EVERGLADES NEWS guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Rob- I Looking 4 Yrs. Ahead
inson in Washington. D. C- and
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while in that city were shown That's McCarty Men
Serving the Lake Okeecbobee. Farming Region
through the capitol and other I
Established 1924 Published Every Friday "
government buildings by the Hot Dan's For You-In 52.

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Dwight L. Rogers. They were als This is the slogan already man-

I I the guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. L. ufactured four years ahead of
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Mrs. Valane (Ammo<< of Pa
i Wailer Mammoth time for the
at Cave. Ky. projected gubernatorial hokee announces the birth of a
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Greshan aspirations of Dan FcCartFl. ,.-.
I son. William David at the Ever-
returned this week from Birmii,g- Pierce the next time Florida
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher I glades Memorial Hospital on Aug.
ham Ala., where they attendedthe chooser a governor. 26. Mrs. Larrimore is the widowof

Amendment annual assembly of the Churchof Disclousures to this effect weie the late W D. (Heck) Larri-
Proposed God. made this week
by McCarty
more. Judge and Mrs. W. J. Lar-
Roads Mrs. L. V. McClelland of the aides who said that he has bowed
Will Help rimore are the very proud paternal -
Virgin Islands is the house guestsof out of contention for the 1950 ef-1
the November general election the voters of Florida grandparents.
Ir Mr. and Mrs. :M.: D. Geiger ia fort to unseat! U. S. Senator MK
and :Mrs.: James Cousart of
pass judgement on what has been called the "antidiv.ersionam Canal Point while convalescingfrom Claude Pepper probably will sup- Okeechobee announce the.birth ofa

pdme1t" to the state constitution. This proposal. House a major operation performed port Miami Congressman Georg son. James Richard at the

Joint Resolution No. 1269 would require that "all excise recently at St. Mary's Hospital Smathers for the Pepper post. Everglades Memorial Hospital on

taxes:: now or i.preafter imposed upon gasoline or other like: West Palm Beach. Mrs. :McClel: Junior Chamber of Commerce: Aug. 29.

products of petroleum or upon all combustible passes and land a former resident here plan elements were said already alert- Mr. and :Mrs.:. I. J. Frasure. Jr..

liquids: U'jed in :nternal combustion engines for the generation to rejoin her husband in the Virgin ed to try to elect McCarty governor of Pahokee announce the birth &'

of power *o propel vehicles and aircraft, which are colleted Islands as soon as she has re- four years hence. Many have a daughter Bonnie Jeanne at th a

and retained shall be used exclusively the lease gained her health. said he never would have been a E'ergladesIemorial Hospital 01
Mr. and :Mrs: L. J. Fraser and contender without the almost solid Aug. 30.NOTICE.
'acquisition construction reconstruction repair operationand
daughter. Yvonne are home after support of that plus aid of
group
maintenance: of roads streets, bridges and rights of way spending a vacation at Fort :Mjers:! the Caldwell "state machine." !

therefor for airports . Any taxes imposed avia- '
or upon Beach. Meanwhile the Tampa Tribune OF APPLIcaTION FORT
tion fuel shall be used exclusively for airports and access Rev. and Mrs. T. C. Grisby of editorially still was exhibiting evident A.X DEED
(Senate Bill No. 1SJ
thereto. Piedmont. Mo., have returned to
resentment at McCarty's de- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
The people of Florida paying the high gasoline tax which make their home in Pahokee. Rev. feat by Jason Fuller Warren. C. Y. Byrd. holder of Tax Certificate
wondered Grisby was formerly pastor of t'ae I No. 8175 Issued the 5th day ol AugustA
they do have offten about the state's inability Recently the, Tampa morning D. 1929. has filed same In my office
supply better roads. Few realize that despite the fact that Church of the Nazarene in Paho j paper baa printed a couple of editorials and has made application for a tax::
the! of collected in I discussing.Warren's deed to be Issued thereon Said certificate -
$31,794,622
enormous sum was gasoline kee.Mrs. alleged embraces the following de-
taxes in 1945, only a portion went to the construction and Arch Blakey plans to opena plans to make his January 1949 scribed property In the County of
kindergarten class at the Paho Palm Beach. State of Florida. to-wlt:
maintenance of state roads. Of the seven cents collected on inauguration ceremonies at Tallahassee Lot 1 Block 2. El Be Court. Delray
each gallon of gasoline, two cents is distributed to the counties kee Elementary School around the I a "circus." Fla. as In PB 12 P 54.
middle of The of the said
September. Parents interested The assessment property
for road and bridge debt, four cents goes to the state paper proceeded on that under the said certificate Issued wa
in
their childrenin
enrolling editorial theme it was asserted In the name of Unknown
road department one-half cent to schools and one-half cent
this clasb art asked to make from its weak based Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
to the general revenue fund. On motor fuels other than gasoline the necessary arrangements." th assumption according to law. tbe property
upon a statement of Warren
that described therein will be sold to the
four cents goes to the state road license fund two Mrs. Blakey. he'd like to see each of Florida's' highest bidder at the court house 9oor:

cents to the tate road district fund and one cent to the Miss Eva Mae Rutherford has 67 counties have a decorated Soot on the first Monday In the month of
October. 1948 which Is the 4th day of
. general revenue fund. returned to Orlando after a visit i in the inaugural parade. FroM October.: 1948.

The proposed constitutional amendment would eliminatethe with her brother and sister-in-law. that some editorial writer of the Dated this, .3rd ALEX day of ARSETI'E.September 1944.J .

diversion cf the motor fuel tax to other than road pur- Rev. and Mrs. Robert Rutherford Tribune has drawn his own "cir Circuit Court Seal
Clerk of Circuit Court of
poses thr assuring Florida motorists that the money they in Pahokee. I cus" conclusions with apparent Palm Beach County Florida.

piid in the form of gasoline taxes would be used to provide Ronald Pearson has returned tc intent to needle the victorious Pub: Sept 3. 10. 17 & 24. 1948

roads all over the rtate. It would prevent the use of such Asheville N. C.. after spending a Warren.
month's Meanwhile. from Tallahassee
vacation with his mother
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Mrs P. :M.: Gate. Jr., and family came reports that friends of Leroy - ---- --- - -
with road building and maintenance.
in Pahokee. Collins. Leon county's state
Experience has demonstrated that the state road
system Willie Wright who has servedas stnator. think he should be givena
has, as a result of the diversion of tax funds fallen into dis- colored orderly at the Everglades chance to run with the guber- Prince TheatrePahokee

renair. Funds for maintenance have been inadequate ansi Memorial Hospital for several natorial ball four years away. He

drawing up a construction program has been exceedingly years is the proud father of a was one of the more staunch Mc Florida

difficult due t? insufficient funds. If the Florida voters approve Eon. Robert born at the hospital Carty supporters. ,

the anti-diversion; amendment in the November election on Aug. 31. The mother is employed . -

there is assurance that the motorist will be paying his as cook in the hospital kitchei. WSCS MEETING SEPT 7th SundayMondaySeptember
gasoline tax in order tha the Mrs. Axel Jensen and Mr.\ and
may provide himself with better The WSCS of the Canal Point
roads upon which to drive, a prospect which is decidely Mrs\ J. P. Herring were called t.. I Methodist Church will meet .n 5-6
Headland. Ala., last week by the
cheering.-Miami Daily .News.Mr. regular session on Sept. 7th in th i
illness and death of Mrs. Jensen'sand
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I Sunday School building with Mrs.
Mr. Herring's mother. Mrs. W. "A Foreign Affair"starring
ing several weeks in Lock C. L. Stuart as hostess.
I I'I I Opa = H. Herring 95. They were accom-
visiting her son and daughter-ni- panied by Mrs. William Nowell of . .

law Mr. and Mrs. John Hawkins, Headland who was visiting here at The B. F. Goodrich Rubber Com-

also her.sons Paul and BoggfHawkins. the time. pany announced last week that Jean Arthur,

State Patrolman and Mrs. W. R work would begin this month on
Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Kern John Loder
Kaufman and children are expected the construction of a new multi-

and Mrs. Vance Denton and and; family have returned from to return home this weekend million dollar plant to manufacture : Marlene Dietrich

daughter. Ellen Josie of College Sarasota where they spent two from a two weeks' ,'isitith relatives industrial rubber belting it

Station. Texas arrived here Tuesday weeks while their small daught. in Indiana. r Akron. Ohio. I __

for a visit with her parents. Effie Lou. received medical treat Mrs. Lucy Batchelor has returned -

Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Carpenter ant ment. I I home after spending the summer -- --- ,

his parents Mr. and Mr?. V. C. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Stapler '.f with relatives in Georgia.Mr. r !

Denton.Mr. Sarasota. former residents here and Mrs. I. J. Frasure. .J:..

and Mrs Claude Jones awl have returned to Pahokee and arc have as a guest her sister. Miss

son of Hialeah are guests this now making their home in the Marjorie Metcalf. of Tampa.Murphy Shrubs and Trees !

week of his brother-in-law and Hawkins apartment.Mr. . .

sister. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ca- and Mrs. T. W. Jenkins had I

ruthers in Pahokee and his brother as guests the past week her sin SearsThe ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL I
and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrj. and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs It t

Vernon L. Jones in Belle Glade. L. H. Hicks and daughter. Patricia .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Friend have of Pittsburg Pa. engagement and approaching : Authorized Sales and Service :r!

as their house guests her son. Will marriage of Miss Betty Ann .
Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson I JACOBSEN POWER AND :
A. Nason: also her daughter. Min Sears and Hilburn W. Murphy is
and family went to St. Augustiro I
Willola Nason. who has been at- being announced by the bride-
this week to enroll their small son I HAND LAWN MOWERS !
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tending summer school at the University elect'a parents Mr. and Mrs. H. L.Sears .
in the School for the Blind in that ,
of Colorado. Willola and of Canal Point. I ,i iI

her sister Marian Nason plan to city.Mrs. Miss Sears, a graduate of Pa- I
I
Hazel Agner has as house ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
enroll for the fall semester at the hokee High School is now employed ,
guests this week her sister anl '
University of Mississippi on Sept. brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs Harold in the offices of the United : Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons I

18. E. Rojer. and daughter of States Sugar Corporation. She wasrecently I' 1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm Beach I I

Mr. and Mrs. Audie Hooks Jr.. Frankfort. Ind. crowned Queen Sugar IL
Mr. Murphy also a graduate cf ; I
who have been living in the Christian Mrs. W. H Jones entertained at

residence since their recent her home on- Canal Point Road Pahokee High School. is now In __ __ _._ __ - -
moved this week business at Belle Glade. During the
marriage into the recently with a spaghetti
suppe'and war he served for three years with
Chastain apartment on Bacxxa
party honoring her
son. Billy the Army in the European Tb a-
Point Road. I
prior to his return to New Bern. ;

Mr. and Mrs Anthony C. Lib- N. C.. where he Iivt'Sith hn I ter.The
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wedding will take place at \
hart and children returned home grandmother Mrs W. H. Jonos 6 p. m_ FridaSfopt. 1.. in the I 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADES J JI
this week after spending a month Sr. Guests were Janet Johns ZelU
Canal Point Metho-a Church. All
with her mother Mrs. Julia Holly Jones Martha Hall. Reta Abowd. I
friends of the couple are invitedto j
and her brother-in-law and !sists. Carol Snyder Charles Sear David attend. I

Mr. and Mrs. Roland Johnson at Ramey Chandler Mcllwain aid
Conn. Carut*> .& . To Miami
Saybrook Manor Enroule Sidney ers. j 4 Buses

they also visited his brother and Mr. and Mrs M D. Spoone- Mrs. Roland Todd ;{ To We-st Palm Beach
sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs Louis; spent the weekend in Brook

Libhart. and other relatives in Fla.. where they attended a re- Has Birthday Party i Daily To Ft Myer & Lakeland I

Lancaster Pa. union of the Crosby family. Whilj I

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones had as there they were guests of MrrSpooner's :, Mrs C M Todd and Mrs T S :i I

guests over the weekend, her uncle and aunt. Mr and Spooner entertained recently at

brother and siltf'rinIaMr.. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby Mrs Todi home with a surprise Glades Motor Lines Inc. i

Mrs. Bishop Sarcy. Wauchula: Rev. and Mrs C. A. Moberg an.1 party honoring Mrs Roland Todd ,
I
also Mr. and Mrs Ralph Newman children have returned from on her birthday anniversary

Winter Haven and Mr and Mrs- Month's vacation spent with relatives Games were enjoyed: and refreshments SERVING THE GLADES"i!i

C. M. Knight and daughters of and fnends in Chicago HI of ice cream and cake were ,

Wauchula.Mrs I Long Island. N T. and Pennsjlvaiia. served by tie hostess to 33 I I Il.g6 1

Teresa Hawkins Is spend Enroute home they were tae guests



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others who share the road to avoid these "Pass-Pockets" '
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i one of those who contributed to the maiming or death of the ;
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? Four Th Everglades Ne-vs, Canal Point. Florida Friday, September 3. 194
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Fuller Warren Is I second.Carty had most of them in the I New Consolidated VISITS FORT EDISON MYERS HOME- Visitors wno I I Dies From Unusual-

Shanda, who is influential made 1 toured the Thomas A. Edison : Accident In Broward

Warmly Greeted By I part of the trip to the caucus out School Is DelrayBoynton i Winter Home here recently included -
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in northwest Florida with \\arren I Mrs Jack Barrett of Canal I FORT LAUDERDALE Marvin

Shands' retiring president S. C. Point. The home where the grestim.t 'Sweat. 30, was dead today of buns
Florida Senators Clarke of Monticello. and other Project ntor lived and worked for 'I received in one of the most freakish -

r key senators were said to have I nearly a half century was opened accidents ever reported here
to the public for the first time this Sweat
FORT WALTON-A closer and given Warren assurance of their Construction of a new $400000 was applying lacquer to
season, after it was presented to the floor of a house during a
cooperation. I I consolidated school for De-
more friendly relationship between A for a special sessionof high the city for shrine by the late Mrs thunderstorm when lightning
petition
Governor Nominee Fuller Warren the legislature to revise the ray Beach. Boynton Beach and Sdi .on. The estate includes as struck the house.

and the membership of the upper general election laws which got Boca Raton, along lines just approved beautiful thirteen acre tropicil The electricity traveled to a gal-
ac by State authorities. wit garden bordering the Caloosa- lon can of laquer Sweat,
house, was the outstanding under way Saturday, had 20 signatures near causing -
complishment of the two-day when the meeting ended with give Palm Beach County the firs* hatchee River, and the laboratorywhere an explosion and showeringhim

caucus of Florida senators whic: prospects of four or five others modern, streamlined secondary Edison conducted his goldenrod with flaming liquid.
ended here Sunday. signing. The petition is for a meetIng school institution in the State it rubber experiments Sweat died several hours later in

Differences if any were discussed of the 1947 senators while the was learned Tuesday. I . a hospital.

and Florida has a better caucus was of the 38 in the 1949 Howell L. Watkins county I Walter Kautz is visiting his Firemen said damage to the

prospect for a harmonious 1943 group Few of the retiring senators school superintendent confirmed I I parents. Mr and Mrs. John Kautz. house was slight.
session. The meeting was arranged were at the caucus and 11 of those reports that James E. Garlard. Sr., in Canal Point before returning .. .

by President Designate NewmanC. who were here, being new mem- State school architect had an- to Gainesville for the fall semester Sylvia Jones Barbara Vertom-
Brackin. who invited Warrenin bers, could not sign. Senator proved tentative plans both f">r at the University of Floii- men and Charlotte Ann Cate planto
the interests of harmony, wits Henry S. Baynard. of St. Petersburg this high school and a $150.000 da. enroll at Rosarian Academy
Bob Sikes West Florida congressman is expected to take the pe- elementary school for negroes at West Palm Beach, on Sept. 12.II .

as joint host. tition to Tallahassee this week. Belle Glade, both designed along; -- - -- -- --- - -- --
Warren, who remained throughthe Governor Caldwell announced lines made famous by Fern Creek I
entire period went more than previously he would call the Elementary School in Orlando.

halfway in an effort to be friendly special session provided that at Edgar S. Wortman school architect II Bring us your TIRE TROUBLES-.
and get acquainted. At the least 50 per cent of the legislators who recently accompanied ,
start of the first primary campaign agree to attend and that debate be the superintendent to Tallahassee Tires '
Warren had less than a limited to only one bill. to present the tentative plans to are our business, any size, any

handful of supporters in the senate At the opening of the caucus Garland said work was now going II HI
many of the members being there was considerable talk about forward on the permanent plan I type to fit your particular need.

for their fellow senator, W. A. the choice of a senate presidentfor and specifications and that they I i iil

Sbands, of Gainesville. Dan Mc- the 1951 session but no action should be ready to go out to bids

u was taken on this matter. Tile in six weeks or two months. Botn i il PAUL'S SERVICE STATION II
issue may not come to a head until buildings are slated for use for th!
sometime during the session. term of 1949-50.
Classified Ads . According to the architect, this i CANAL POINT FLORIDA u uA uY :I

Miss Billington Weds type of architecture is exceptionally s Ii
flexible and lends itself ideallyto
FOR SALE: New and used Willys Donald F. PadgettThe school designs when plenty of --------- - ------ --- --- --- -

Belle Jeeps Glade Walter Phone Ashley 126. Garage Jllcb In property is available. Both build- : : ).:-.. :-:-: : : :-).:-: .+ + YYYYY...: > : Yt ... .
Chapel of the Wesley Foundation ings will be one-story, with classrooms cA,.
in Gainesville was the seen built in units. out from tie Office Machine Headquarters XUndenvood
SEPTIC tanks and grease traps .
of the wedding of Miss Frankie main administration offices with
cleaned and repaired. Phone *
Joan Billington. daughter of Mrend covered outside passageways replacing to Typewriters .
3872. Bob Douthit Pahokee. M17c
Mrs. Roy Billington of Gaines- old-fashioned halls anl .4. Sundatrand Adding Machine **>

SALESMAN WANTED: Asbestos ville and Donald Ferrel Padgett with north light and cross-\entila- .:. Marchant Calculating Machines /:.
- Siding and roofing contact man. son of !ofr. and Mrs. Duncan Pad- tion available in all rooms. : A. B Dick Mimeographs I

Florida Remodeling and Construc- gett of Pahokee Sunday, Aug. 22. The consolidated high school 13 *- Elliott Addresso Graphs V

tion Co.. Box 898 Belle Glade at 4 p mVows I expected to be planned at th ? 4i. F & E Check Writers V.
Phone 364. TF for the Impressive double time, according to officials for the
4t HALSEY & GRIFFITH INC.
ring ceremony were read by Rev. senior high school. though junior .. ,. :::
MACHINERY FOR SALE: Thaxton Springfield as the coupl1 high school classrooms can be added ': Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach JL
1 International Diesel TD-3 stood before the altar which was later in units. if desired Tn svs sus

Trac Tractor; 1 6-foot Tandem lighted with cathedral tapers in general plan calls for a north- .*-H1 -:-: :_:> : :-:.i:-:._:1i:-:-:.{> :.t:. :.i:>{:1i

Athens Harrow Timken Bearings; wrought-iron candelabra and deco- south administration building with
1 Set of 3-6 foot Caldwell Choppers rated with baskets of white gladioli classroom units. science laboratories : -

for pasture maintenance. All of and asters against a back- and home economics, quarters -- -- - -- !
above Equipment has been recon- ground of palms. to the east, the cafeteria gymnasium 1
ditioned and in first class condi- A program of music was rend- and shops to be reached by i
tion Nichols Equipment Co., Seb- ered by Mrs. T. Boon vocal solo- covered passageways. Provision I

ring Fla.. Located by A. C. L. ist, who sang "I Love Thee" and I will be made for adding an auditorium : '
Depot. P. O. Box 58. Phone 6811.4TP "Oh Promise Me." and Thomas on the southwest later. :
West Coast Fertilizer Co.
Howes organist who played I The negro school, according to
Love You Truly" and "Because" the architect, is expected to Include -
ENGLISH:: SPRINGER &: Cocker as well as the traditional wedding eight classrooms, cafeteria i

Spaniels A KG Registere marches. and auditorium combination. 1601 34th Street P. O. Box 1091

Champion blood lines. Our show The bride given in marriage by Both schools are to be built fro.ii
wins prove our quality. A limited her father wore a white satin State Foundation Program funds,

number of puppies available gown with calla-lily type sleeves officials said. Tampa 1 FloridaIs
Priced from $35. E. F. Cushman
Fastened with tiny satincoveredbuttons Sites have been obtained by th" ,
Phone 4862 ,J19ch
Pahokee
The fitted bodice had a school board for both buildings

WELL, DRILLING: See Bob yoke of lace with circular bertha The consolidated school is to be located

Douthit Pahokee, Fla., Phone and the full skirt ended in a long on a 38 acre tract between
3872 July 16c: train. Her finger tip illusion veil Boynton Beach and Delray Beach
was caught by a tiara of seed- -Palm Beach Post. ( Pleased To Announce The
FOR RENT: Warm Farm Lan ed pearls. A single strand of pearls .
S'3 Sec. U, ((254 acres) next t() a gift from the bridegroom, was CHURCH OF CHRIST

Canal Pojnt Labor camp excellent the bride's only ornament and she SCIENTIST Of
location for labor and Appointment
getting day
earned a white prayer book out- MAX is the subject of the .
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bean pickera. Phone 584.. SJul6ct lined with white roses and showered Lesson-Sermon which will be read

FOR' SALE: Modern 6-room house with satin streamers and in Churches of Christ Scientist,

completely furnished 2 car ga- stephanotis throughout the world on Sunday.
rage and fruit trees located on The bride's mother chose a two- September 5.
Bacom Point Road. Imogene Christian piece gray suit with black acces- The Golden Text is: "\Vho is a W. W. McCurdy Agent

.-Phone 22816 West Palm sories and a corsage of pink carnations wise man and endued with knowl- ,
Beach. TF edge among you* let him she ".-
Tom Diedeman was Mr Pal-: out of a good conversation his
WANTED TO RENT furnish-t getts best man. Milton Carpe nte:, works with meekness of wisdom"

apartment, Audie Hooks Jr. cousin of the bridegroom, and Sam (James 3:13).
Phone 593 TF Lo\ell were ushers. Among the citations which com- Operating As

Following the ceremony a r_- prise the Lesion-Sermon is the fu:: ,
FOR 8E320 acres east of thBelle /
ception was held in the drawingroom lowing from the Bible: "Ye army .*
Glade-Pahokee Road at
of the chapel with the bride's witnesses aith the Lord. and
Runyon Crossing, legal description
parents acting as hosts Among my servant whom I have chosen:
: Sis Section 11)-42-37. This
those from Pahokee attendingwere . This pt'Oplehave I formed for
land is divided into four 8O-acn
Mr and Mrs O. D. Carpenter myself. they shall shew forth my Fertilizer & Insecticide
lots bv canal and is well drained -
and family. Mr and Mrs praise" . :
suitable for celery, or any
Duncan Padgett and son. Calvin. 21).
other reasonable rent wit
crop Mr and Mrs John A. Dulan rid The t'svn-Sermon also' includes
option to buy. A. N.
Kennf'dy
son. Phillip Miss Helen Howe_ the following passage from the
Geneso X A., or your hrokrK Sales
17-Pt, Miss Myra CruthirdL Miss K*\' Christian Science textbook "<' CompanyFor
Friend. Frank R.> dle. Jr, and I' trier and Health with Key to th-
FOR SALE: Bedroom Kitchen and Billy Stucke\ Mrs SdneK. Scripture" b\ Mary Bakr FHy':
living room furniture. Phone Smith. Jr. of Belle Glade was also "Gd fashions i al things. after H *
The Lake Okeechohee Section
3254, Marvin Vandegnft. Pahokee. present own lkeness' LIfe 14 reflected t;: I
IT-p I Following a wedding trip to the existence Truth in trutfcfaln*<.
I East Coast and a \i-t in Pahokee God in goodness. which Impart
Mr and Mr Padpett will/ make their own/ peace and permareac Pahokee Florida
their home in Gajie\ille whjl Marrade in HI. lkf'1eI'1.
CHILLS ft FEVER continuing their formal education possesses and reflects (."....1'5 d>

DUE TO MALARIA in that cit>.. minion over a::1 the earth. Man Telephone 527age
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and woman as coxjt and eter-
RELIEVED/// Mr a"d Mrs" T E. Alexander nal with C-vJ forever reflect sn
? I and children have: moved from: Pa- glorifcd quality the i-firut":

!Y I I hoke to Fort Mvers where/ they [Father,Mother God" 516 M2. I I

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purposes. special taxes on motor vehicle He A Cure
Voters Can Help Has For
Cinematic Chatter I Approval of this amendment by owners and operators of all kinds
By Malcolm Millar Preserve Money To the voters in November will puta for the construction improvement Ailing Citrus Industry
stop to the evil of gas tax diversion and maintenance of highways and
Build Roads
County JACKSONVILLE A
and prohibit the use of the administrative expenses in connec- group of:
When a company of film moguls businessmen here were told last
gasoline tax for non-highway purposes tion therewith- including the retirement -
got hold of the delightful TALLAHASSEE-Pointing out of bonds for the paymentof week that the state's citrus. Ills
comedy "A Foreign Affair' 'they that -Florida is known all over Passage of this amendment will which such revenues have been were going to be cured by the,
went an out to make it one of the the worst of- Florida Citrus Mutual under the.
the nation as being directly benefit the counties enabling pledged, and for not other pu--
outstanding achievements of Hollywood fender in regard to imposing a them to meet their debts poses." 1922-enacted Capper-Volstead Act.
for the year. And. I must heavy tax on motorists and then and surplus funds made available Since the Act was passed Florida Merton L. Corey of New York
say. they did a very fine Job of it. diverting funds so collected to uses will be used in the counties for has adopted at least two measures expert in the far cooperative field
"A Foreign Affair", released other than the construction anl road work as directed by county which might under a strict enforcement -I' and a member of the Farm Loan
weeks is to be screened Board in Washington said the
three ago. maintenance of roads bridges and commissioners. of the federal act have
at the Prince Theatre Pahokee highways. State Road Depart- The federal congress in the Hay- made us subject to the penalty of lessening returns of Florida citrus
Sunday-Monday. September 5-6 ment Chairman Elgin Bayless den-Cartwright Act of 1934 stated withholding a portion of our federal men was to be rectified by united
with Jean Arthur John Loder and action of the 350 shippers and can
urged county commissioners o "Since it is unfair and unjust to aid. '
. Marlene Dietrich as the trio of Florida to acquaint voters of thei''! tax motor vehicle transportationunless It is important then that Florida ners and 20,000 growersHe .
stars of the piece. respective districts with the importance the proceeds of such taxa- put her house in order and stop said that under the Capper-
"A Foreign Affair" can truly be of voting favorably on tion are applied to the construction diverting her gasoline tax to a Volstead Act producers of agricultural -.
said to be a comedy with a differ- Amendment No.1. House Joint products could market
maintenanceof
improvement or point where it may result in loss
ent angle. It is the story of the oc- their product cooperatively, determine
would
Resolution 1269 which highways after June 30. 1935. of this needed federal aid.
cupation zone in Germany where amend Article IX of the State federal aid for highway construc- If new highway construction is prices at which they would
Miss Arthur goes as an Investigator Constitution thereto to be carried and roads be sold and set up quality restric-
by adding an tion shall be extended only to those on present
to inquire into the moraleof additional section providing that states that use at least tire properly maintained it is impera- tions. ... .
the American soldiers there. an excise taxes upon gasoline o.* amounts now provided by law for tive that gasoline tax money be
What she learns would fill a book ether motor fuel products collected such purposes in each state from protected and to insure this it is The annual convention of tia.
and Brother how she learns it! and retained shall be used fcr state motor vehicle registrationsfees imperative that Amendment No 1 Florida Press Association will D"
and I'll held at Mount Dora. November 2o
Well thats the story taxes and other be ratified the ,
public highway street and airport gasoline by people.
tell,you this If you miss this de- 27, 28
comedy will regret it.
lightful you
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. Screened Here In A Long Time.
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With Stake Race

At Hialeah Park


MIAMI-Florida Thoroughbred
breeders were lauded last week by
Hialeah Secretary Sam H. McCormick -
in announcing that the track
was doubling the purse of the
Florida Breeders' State Race t)
$10,000 for next winter The I
Breeder Stake is restricted TO
2-year-old Thoroughbreds foaled in
the state.
"Hialeah is gratified at the progress -
which has been made in the .
state in Thoroughbred breeding." y.ed' yr4 ;

McCormick said. "We are happy to
cooperate with the breeders by

putting on a stake race every
winter for them"
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young McCormick cracker explained racers had that Mmad th+ .w s r 3 w s iI I Irz

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a race fine last showing February.in their first stake :i

"This fact plus the increased
number of Florida yearlings in
training for next winter's Breeders -
Stake prompt our decision to rz
make it a $10000 race" the Hialeah -
secretary-treasurer

ed.The f'laborat-I I I yyrrr
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increase puts the II 1 '
an equal purse basis with the I I ii: : :
famed Hialeah Juvenile Stake, II I

which annually attracts the na 1
tion's fastest' !! juveniles I I
Mrs T i 11 you Christopher's
Ramblin won the first stake race :
ever run for Flonda-breds on last
February 6 at Hialeah Hunter -, ,"
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L\on Francs Cracker was! second
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and Suffazon. owned bv C. A.
O'Neil. Jr., finished third. Mrs. A r}

B Christopher's Bundlrab. Mrs F. t -j! -:""
C. Peters Uncle Edgar Golden
Shoe Farm's Baffle and R. Robert-
son's Florida Amigo were others
in the field of six starters down
the three-furlough n u r s e r v

straigbtaway.,, J .x w- r-rr: ; r-

1 rrrn TO FLORID : v
TAMPA Marvin Hollow ay. 4 : : : L-- -
manager of the Tampa Motor
Club returning last week from tit#
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executive committee meeting of
the Southeastern AAA Managers!
advised that the group voted to" Chilly weather will soon be here.Are you all set for
OIL I I
hold their next convention in Flor it' Are you facing a winter of the shivers sniffles, MODERN

Ida.Ho11o"a "huddles" and even illness that accompany makeshift '
)' mid no city has been inadequate heating methods? Or are you
definitely selected and the
matterof relaxed and ready with effortless, clean, fumelessfuel HOUSEHEATING
location would be decided Hter
The oil heating -the method proved best and most
convention will bring Amer
lean Automobile Association Club economical for Florida homes?

officials from the Mate of Mary- There's still time to install the oil heating system I

land. Virginia West Virginia. that fits your house and purse. Why not do some
North Carolina South Carolina thing about it now!
Georgia Florida Alabama. M'SSisBippi. -
Louisiana. Tennessee Ken
tucky. Southern Ohio and *\as'j.ington. CALL OUR OFFICE OR SEE YOUR DEALER NOW!

D. C. to this state

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Effective late this I summer A SUGGESTION: FM oil tank now'
FLIllli PI CIT mm your
Eastern Air Lines will offer a 25 n

percent cargo rate reduction ir for next trinItor.'f I'upplyPage .
shipments of gift fruit packagts ,
from. Florida to northern titles it I sans
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suburban areas, always walk on the left side of the road I
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I killed facing traffic three were killed walking with traf- ;

I fic. 24 Floridians lost their lives and 33 were injured walking
the wrong way instead of facing oncoming cars. For every :
'. daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and !

I dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing ,

.. Mr. Motorist- in the road. J
I' Never assume you are safe when walking on the highways i r

MAKE -many times you are hard to _see. Then, too, the despicable :
i sAFE DIIVINC hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his victims ,
increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hit-and-
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Rardin SuccessfulIn i Men Sign Up For New Group NamedTo Mrs. Graham Heads Clothes Needed By

Work With ArmyThe Social SororityMrs.
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securingFund Handle Business Many YoungstersFor
registration of men from 18 Emit J. Graham was elect-
to 25 years inclusive subject to ed president of the Beta Omicron
For FloodSurvey the new selective service draft law Athletic CouncilA Chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi School Wear

got under way in the Pahokes- Social Sorority at a recent meet-
Canal Point area on Monday with ing held at the home of Mrs. O. R
County Commissioner Paul Bar the signing up of those in the 25- new athletic council has been Bleecb with Mrs Earl Maxson assisting Mrs Mildred SchoeppeL county
din of Canal Point has maneuveredhis
set up to handle finances and otn-
welfare worker in the Glades
year age group. Mrs. Bleech as co-hostess. are.*.
motion for a 15,000 appropriation er business of the Pahokee Blue
has sent out a call for old clothes
for flood control At B. Elliott's garage in Paho- Other officers chosen to serve
a
surveythrough Devils this season. The organization -
the commission.. kee. where the American Legion for one year were Mrs. Bing Doer- which may be given to underprivileged -
county held Mond '
meeting was ?}
The board approved the sum, Auxiliary Post 90 is in charge of Tom ing, vice president: Mrs. ThurmondW. children who need then
night with Kirk representingthe
in order to attend school. M!-s.
the of white draftees .
registration Knight corresponding secre-
which is part of $120,000 to fa-! Pahokee Rotary club being
shared by Palm Beach. Browar 10 men in the 25-year age group named president of the group. tary: Mrs. Melvin D. Spooner. recording Schoeppel said yesterday that sic
and Dade counties, the Internal i were signed up on Monday and 17. Emmett Holt of the Lions Club secretary and Mrs. Dave already has gathered up a great
deal of but neeJ-
clothing more is
W. treasurer.
Improvement board Everglades: on Tuesday. Cunningham
will be chairman of the ticket sell- ed.
drainage district and the state. In Canal Point white drafteesare ing at gate entrances J. W. Mullisof Mrs David Bleech presented a
Those having clothes suitablefor
Through the Internal Improvement being registered at the Legion the Elks club was named chairman program on "Introductions" and
board the state will appropriate Home with the American Legion of the advertising committee. Mrs.J. P. Parker on "Invitations.*' such purposes are urged to gel
in touch with the welfar
$60.000. with each of the Auxiliary Post 242. furnishing the David Bleech from the American A report on the sorority scrap county
other four taxing unite to provide volunteer workers.Headquarters Legion will act as chairman of book initiation pictures was given worker at her Pahokee home
$15OOO each toward the survey. for the registering parking and crowd assistance by Mrs. John A. Dulany. Pledge phone. No. 4092. Mrs. Schoeppelwill
Rardin explained that the fund of negroess in the Pahokee-Canal chairman. The Principal of th" training was conducted by Mrs. gather these clothes and d,s-
would be used wholly in the three Point area la in the negro Masonic high school. Mr. Canipe and Head Manning I. Keen. tribute them to the needy youngsters -
counties and would apply almost' Hall in Pahokee colored town with Coach Alley make up the remain- The newly organized Beta Omi- who will be made a lot hap-
directly to setting up the conse.vation .'- James Caldwell in charge of the der of the council. School Board cron Chapter meets regularly on pier if they have something suitable -
areas which have been over- registration work. Member Salvatore is an honorary the first and third Thursday even- to wear to school.
whelmingly approved by voters in The registration of draftees will member of the council. ings of each month at.homes of Employment has been at a net"
each of these counties. continue for three weeks with age The council set meeting dates various members. low in the Everglades this summer
and low-income families have bee,
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Following the unanimous vot for the last
groups graduating downward until Monday of each month.
by the commission Rardin com- the 18 year old boys are reached Arrangements were made for sal hard-pressed to make a living.
mented as follows: "I believe in and all men from 18 to 25 have of season tickets which went on Officers Chosen With the start of the vegetable sea-
son their incomes will be increase
to when the flood con-
years come ample opportunity to sign up. sale yesterday. Season tickets
trol is carried to success- and it will be a bit easier for the.nto
program good for five home games are -:1
ful conclusion that the count:/ . sale: for $5 with tax included. By Glades Cattle make ends meet. But. until the

commission will look back on this These tickets are numbered and vegetables start rolling north and

$15,000 appropriation as one of the County Equipment entitle the holder to a certain seat Group On MondayCattlemen picking and packing wages ate
most important actions ever taken on the 50 yard line during the five turned loose things are going to
by a Palm Beach county board of specified games. remain tight for this group of
commissioners I'm grateful to the Glades Area Gets Schedule for 1948-49 of the Everglades met per ons.
other members for their splendid Sept. 24 St. Theresa Herr Monday night at Belle Glade and Look in the closet. You'll find

cooperation." . Overhaul & PaintCounty Oct. 1 Gesu Miami formed the Glades Livestock pounds and pounds of clothe that
Oct. 8 Lake Worth Her Market Association and elected will be suitable for the purpo
Oct. 15 Delray Beach There officer Thirty five charter mem- which Mrs Schoeppel has mentioned -
Plans To
Complete road building equipmentin Oct. 22 South Broward Here bers joined the organization and Step to the phone and call Pa
Commissioners Djstrict No 5 Oct. 29 Ft. Pierce Ther the director pointed out that the hokee 40 2. Mrs 8chOf'prel.11
Feed A MultitudeAt has received a thorough overhauling Nov 5 Ponce de Leon Her charter membership will be kept call for the clothes and von will
during the past few weeks it Nov. 12 Open" open through the month of September feel a lot better for having made
was announced this week by Commissioner Nov. 19 St. Ma'js: vNov. life a little more pleasant for !onr
County BarBQEverything Paul Rardin. All of the 24 Belle Glade Here "E. M <( . -
equipment was completely overhauled ham was chosen;: president and >ou. ..
and each piece received anew Thurmond W. Knight was named -
is set for the Labor Motorists Told Of
Day Barbecue at Boynton Beaci paint job. vice president. John Tabit is the Judge Tosses Out
The dragline and bull dozer were secretary: and trt'asurer.Iaklfl
Ironing out the final details nil
occupy all the committees for the the first in line for overhaul and a Rules GoverningAll up the remainder of the board of
remainder of the week and right new paint job. Following close on directors are the following Roy EDD Case MondayWEST
the heels of this completed job Vandegnft. W. P. Hull. John L.
up through Labor Day for the gigantic School! BusesLaw
All-County Free Barbec"" came cleaning and overhauling .)fall !) Evans and Roscoe Braddock.
at Boynton Beach. nine trucks and a jeep. Glades Livestock Market A>- PALM BEACH-A suit
Sheriff John F. Kirk chairmanof Mechanical work on the trucks enforcement officers in the sociation is the official name set filed by Lykes Bros and other,
the finance committee, reported was done in Glades garages and Pahokee-Canal Point area suggest up in the charter which has been seeking to keep the Everglades
$5.23850 pair in with pledges painting was done by county work that motorists be reminded that: prepared by Attorney Thadd Wbid- Drainage District from establishing -
amounting to $1,025.00 for a total men. The overhaul job on the school starts next week and tha den of Pahokee. Dade Broward and Palm
of 6263.50 to cover expenses. "I dragline and bull dozer was done passing school busses while they While the initiative in sponsor- Beach water conservation areas
am grateful at the response of the by the operators under supervisionof are loading or unloading childrenis /ng this organization has been was dismissed in Circuit court here
smaller communities of the county Road Superintendent J. K. against the law. token by the Palm Beach County Monday by Judge C. E. CSiIhng-

that have met or exceeded their Baker. During last school term only a Cattlemen's Association President worth.
quotas, and I am sure West Palm After a few odds and ends are handful of motorists broke t:.* John L. Evans says "We an The dismissal of the suit was" nan
Beach will attain its quota Kirk caught up in the Belle Glade- ironclad ruling in regard to passing hoping that not only will cattlemen amended bill of complaint file t
declared South Bay area and a road stopped school buses. This of our own county join Pin Aug. 10, which. Judge Chilling-

. In addition to the several ton job is completed in Lake Harbo-. handful appeared before the cnn- cooperative but those of all other worth ruled was not materially
of meat and thousands of gallo all of the equipment will be moved inal court judge in West Palm counties of southeast Florida." different from the original bil'!.
of lemonade that will be dispensedto to the Pahokee rock pit. Several Beach and each was relieved of a The cattle industry of the Glades which was dismissed! July 29.
feed the expected crowd of more roads are on the schedule<< for construction fine amounting to several dollars has grown so fast during the past when an emended complaint was
in the PahokeeCanalPoint The ruling will be three that allowed<< to he filed
than 20000. Roy Gies entertainment strenuouslyenforced years no accurate census -
chairman said there is goingto section during the next few again this season and officers of cattle and prepared pasture In addition to seeking to hal

be entertainment of every kin months. of the law are anxious that i is availab'e! However informed establishment of conservation
. . quarter horse racing a hill . all motorists cooperate in this matter cattlemen and H. L. Speer Assistant areas, the suit attempted to blo: c
billy band Pork Chop's highly in order that arrests will not County Agent estimate transferring of the Palm Beam
popular colored street band and Charlotte Ann Cate be necessary. School zones are that there are approximately 15.- county area to the federal government
an properly marked and the same officers 000 acres of improved pasture in for wildlife as well a-s preserve -
hour-long ten-act vaudeville
show directed by Frank L. Mark, Has Birthday PartyMrs. I ask that car drivers -take the muck lands. .
formerly on the CBS musical staff it easy" through all school zones It is proven that three beef an- Lvkes Bros were joined by: Net
in Chicago.The P. M. Cate. Jr. entertained Cooperating in the effort to protect mals per acre per year can h* Collier Corp, and by Ernest R
show will follow the at her home Tuesday evening the youngsters from thoughtless fattened This indicates the need Graham in the.. court action. Joining -
speeches of Governor Caldweil.. with a party honoring her daughter and reckless drivers are the for current use at 45.000 feeders the EDD as intervenors were
Senators Pepper and Holland. and Charlotte Ann. on her twelfth following officers in this immediate and consequently the same amount Palm Beach county. Dade countv
George Gooch. nationally known birthday anniversary. section: Deputy Sheriff Frank of fat cattle to be sold. Acreage: the Napoleon B Brwward Dram?*
labor official and apeaker A pink and white color schemewas OConneU. Highway Patrolman W. is fast being fenced and planted to Dist." and commissioners of Brovard -
Mark listed the acts as follow. used by the hostess in party Kaufman.. Paroke Police Chief grass loading pens chute, rtc. in county.At .
The Smith Sisters, of Lake Wortn decorations She was assisted with Altman Morgan and his entice the trend to cattl Mondays hearing the' FTD

will do an act emulating the Andrews the entertaining by Mrs. I. G. force Constable Francis Cross. .. was represented by A ttnr'Df'Y'lanlf'Y
Sister. Carmen Montovv Thompson and Miss! Delorez Williams Each of the above named la Contest prizes were won bv enforcement officers has had Kathy Wilson HasA ..
We.t Palm Beach, will appear as years Pacetti; Ljges Bros, bv Stat Snitor -
Donna Gail Jensen and Jimmy Rcrelle of experience in his work
They
a gypsy violinist. Birthday Party James Franklin of Ft. \1yer*:
Refreshments of cake punch are kind and courteous but. whenit :
Garland MrNutt ft
Katy Coffee New York will Dad county bv
ly the accordion and do some' tip and potato chips were served.There comes to protecting the youngsters Mrs Jimmi \Wilson entertained :Miami and Browsed county he
were approximately 35 Invited who are attending school" LauderdaV.
numbers at her home rect'nUyith a Maxwell: Baxter of Ft.
party
guests.Prince. ever one of them can becom"hard0oiled"
Billed as a "Young Houdini." honoring her daughter Kathleen, Tn dismissing the nrinnal bill .)f
Clyd ball Lake Worth will put ... when. .neicsfary.Robert who was celebrating her sixth semplaint *" Julv 19. Judr Ch!!.
on a magic show. Dorothy Moore birthday anniver ar>.. Iirgworth upheld corjtitut.onal'v!
head. Lake Worth, will do a baton Newman :Morris Day The hostess used rainbow colons of acts of the last legislature p n-

twirling act. Observed MondayRobert in party decorations and presented ,viding: for creation c.f three cor.rvation .-

Tilh Green Wst Palm Bach.comedienne. J. ),I. Prince of Pahok announces horns and bubble gum to the "* districts and deedng: : tt
ill '**d to impersonate the engagement of ha: Morns Day wa observed guests as fAvors. She was ajuttstei KPD lands to the jrovermjent:
prominent fcvrcrn character daughter, Miss" Ruth Prince, to *d jointly by P&hoke Chapte- in the entertaining by Mrs. Iron The plaintiff contended tae
Mary Hammer. West Palm Beac Bob :Newman son of Mr and Mrs 154 and Belle Glad Chapter 19;. Spcioner. Mn Calvin Spinner and EDD had not the; right to transfer
Will present several modem TOC U. J. II Newman of Lake Harbo-. Order of Faster Star at a Robert Mrs Owen Todd. Jill Mcllwain and such large areas to the r"'*M-
Betty Jan DonnellY Lake The wedding i* scheduled for :Xov Morris Day party and covered' David Simoosnn were awarded' ment without" ray. and that rev
Worth. set for xylophone interpolations 20. Miss Prince is a graduate ..f dish supper held in the.. Ma.sonc contest prizes Outstanding among moval of ifich large areas from
and Betty and Ma'?. DeSoto high school at Arcadia. Mr Hall in Parokee Monday evening.: the beautiful gifts received: by EDD tax roll would tend to i a-
Lake Worth, will do an adagio a ..t.MlM Newman is a graduate of Be'le Mrs. Jessie Barnes was general Kathy wa a streamlined bicycle crease their own taxes
. Glade high school and was in the chairman In charge of arrange. presented to her by her uncle and . .

Janet Johns of Bell Glad army in the South Pacific for mot menu Mr. H. C. Graham entertainment annt. Mr. and Mn Leon SpoonerRefreshments )lr. and Mrs. Art Bounds of "
to spending two weeks in Pahokee than a year. The wedding win be chairman 14 in the of ice cream and West Palm Beach were guest of
the fMBto at Mr. and MIL Albert soVmniMd by the psartor at the playing of (mine*. Appraisaalr. > cake were served to approximately Mr, and Mrs Dan Carpenter Tu*.-
mgidsr. Community Church" ta Qrwistoa. 35 ...... were preeeat. *0 g asta. "7.Page .

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