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

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Masonic lodge Of Must Make Up Three Red Tape Is Cut ..t\nd Citizens ant Water $158,000 For New

Days Of Lost School Removed From LotsA

Belle Glade Gels Plans Progress To Bacom Point Road
County school children today ar:! group of citizens headed by ,
faced with three days less of vacation : A. C. Santo. John A. Dulany and
Dandy Bean DealThe holidays as a result of school i Build New AirportCounty others appeared before the Paho- Rardin Tells CityPlans

board action Tuesday. keen City Council at a meeting i

On recommendation of SUperintendent Tuesday night to request that the
masonic Lodge in BeU commissioners act e <1 ( are complete for a new
Howell L. Watkins. ttv city take action to relieve the ,.
Glade is going to have a nice nest- board decided not to dismiss children Monday to accept a $78,425 federal flooded conditions in the southeastresidential state highway to replace the press t"

egg in its building fund a few from school Nov. 11, Armistice grant offer for developing an air- section of the city. The ent Bacom Point Road at a cost A
Bacom Point road Paho-
port on
months from now if the weather Day. and also agreed to start kee. council promised to immediatelydig 158,000, County CommissionerPaul

and vegetable prices are favorable. the Christmas holidays on Dec. 22 a larger drainage ditch and install Rardin told members of the
in stead of Dec. 20. They" authorized the negotiations an additional pump for mov-
Fbrty.acres of beans will be planted Pahokee City Council Tuesday
The days will make up the loss necessary to accept the grant offer ing the flood waters.
and proceeds will go "to the of school time during the recent from the Civil Aeronautics Admin- Robert S. Douthit was electedpresident night. The State" Road Departmentwill

Lodge tor 'Its building fond. At storms. is in of the council to fill th- have engineers on the job
istration. An air strip already
present the lodge meets in tee The board also banned from the use at the 250-acre site, acquired vacancy left by the resignation of within the next few days to make-

Union Hall just north of the school and school grounds effective by the county said Paul Rardin. Terry L. Sellers. Louis Mims and the survey.The .
bridge. immediately, all secret fratern- commissioner from that district. Oordon Hillier were named' on a present Bacom Point P.o.'lJis

Harold Rabin volunteered "*to ities and sororities, in compliancewith The county had appropriated $65- board of appeals to hear com- built on a 66-foot rightofwayand ;

"loan" the lodge 40 acres of lard a State law of 1943. 000 toward the project.He plaints relative to the new zonipj; SRD officials want an addi-

prepare it for planting and plant - said work would start quickly ordinance. tional 14 feet to bring the new

the beans without cost to the-lodge. on the main project. It include road right-of-way up to Ft 0 feet.

t He will cultivate the beans and a 100-by-5.00O-foot north-south For the two miles immediately
bring them up to harvest time. Junius Harris Is runway and a 10O-by-2.000-foot. Blue Devils Meet south of the bank corner the road
will be 22 feet wide with curb and
Other individuals to furnish southwest
agreed east, northeast-west
enough seed to take care ot Belle Glade MayorTwo runway. gutter. The remaining 1.8 miles
Miami Gesu Tonite
will be ordinary SRD construction
the crop and still other individuals Most: of Morrison: field many-
promised the fertilizer and dust. million-dollar ex-army airport I with a 22-foot surface.

Even the problem of dusting them weeks ago following th! came back into county possessionon The Pahokee Blue Devils well I The new road is being built to
taken of also. annual election in Belle Glade this I ths: Bacom Point airport plans for::
was care the commission' voting to accept try to make it two straight wins
newspaper predicted that Junius [which are complete. On Mondav
The harvesting and packing will a quit-claim deed from the in a row when they meet the Gesu
be taken care of out of proceedsand Harris popular young businessman federal government.The deal gives eleven of Miami on Lair Field tonight the county commission accepted
the lodge, with any sort of of that: city would be elected the government the right to use .at 8:15.'Though >>. from the Civil Aeronautics Administration -

break in the weather and price, mayor at the organization the field In case dab ''emeTK- Gesu was trounced ''r-y; .$$78.000.00 the federalgovernment's
meeting of the council. The meeting participation in the
Mould come out on the extremely ency. Miami Tech in the opener last
long end of the born. was held Wednesday night and Name of the field was changedto week its team" is expected to offer new project. Commissioner Rardin;
When the lodge baa enough Mr. Harris today wears the I "Palm Beach International air much more formidable opposition was successful in having the coun-
mayor's toga. He is probably th! ty board budget' $65,000.00 with
money to build an appropriate port. Plans were started for an than the Blue Devils faced in
it will be erected Main youngest mayor ever to serve the : which to buy the 250 acres of land
building on official dedication of the field to downing St. Theresa 45 to 0, Friday -
street on a lot donated by Mr., andMrs. thriving young city. peace-time uses tome time in evening. at Bacom Point for the field.

Arthur Wens and the adjoining Other commissioners who were November.As Dissatisfied by the defensive County Engineer Jake Boyd said
which the sworn into office with Mayor Harris I Monday that a full and complete
ODe group now planned the exerciseswill tactics displayed by his. men in
include Harold Rabin who wasreelected 5Ur'eyil1 be made of the proposed -
include unveiling of a monument their Coach Clyde Alley
Next meeting night the group for two years and wa Morrison, fo I airport site within the next
to :Mrs. Grace : and his asistant.YilJiam Howard -
named vice and Frank I few weeks. Much grading ar'l
win hear Dr. Russ Williams of mayor
whom the airport was named. A have been working all wee'f
named to the I other work is In the offing before
Dooley recently
Miami and W. P. Risk win show flying enthusiast she organized a on the Blue Devil line trying to
council. the two air strips can be built.
colored of his '
trip throughthe
local women s aeronautical association correct weaknesses that showedup.
Hold-over commissioners are A. They" will NOT BE PAVED at
west this past summer. and led the weather the Pa-
many: years ago i Despite rainy
J. Richmond and N. D. Lloyd. .I this time it was pointed out by
- movement for creative the airport. : hokee t'1t'vf'n'as able to get in a e
The men were sworn in by Peace the engineer and CommissionerRardin.
I. She diet in an accident in 1936. full week of practice tapering off
Tedder who 5150gave .
X-Ray Machine For The flying field weathered last 'I'Thursday night with light drills of
the oath of office to Jack O.
I week's storm with little damap- running plays.Alley .
Johnson who was chosen municipal -
SectionAnother .
Everglades except to its lighting system.: C !. reports his men to he .n .
ordi- I
Judge after the passage previously of an combined Lawrence Hickam. airport director gnat physical: condition and is e<- John H. Causey Is
chest X-ray machine nance making told the commission.At pectine a close contest! between
offices of and jud::" New Co. Aid
will be sent to the Palm Beacl mayor Monday's session the county two evenly matched teams. Agent
separate posts Mayor Harris fills : Ii
County Tuberculosis and Healt'iAssociation hoard also:
by the State Board of in as judge ad litum. I Authorized County Engineer - John II. Causey war hired M ar

Health for permanent use in the Department heads were namedas Jake Boyd to protest or Jav''ras Will Attend :Meet assistant Palm Beach county farm
Glade area. R. L. Ray. association follows: Streets Harold Rabin!; he might see fit proposals' foe I agent Monday
X. D. Loyd b'iildings On Flood Control
president disclosed this morning. waterworks. : waterways improvements at f Jeral County commissioners said he
Ray said that the machine was and sanitation A. J. Rc-non-J: ; hearings; at Belie: Glade and I will go to work Friday at a salary

presented to the county group by I police department." Frank C- Pahokee O<:t. 19 and a! Boca Rt- Palm Beach County r<'rr.U"nu-1" of $3.600 a year. They mid tropicalrout

Dr. C. M. Sharpe. State Board of Donley: park' and playground. ton Get 21.Empowered. tJv! .. John Prince. J. M. culture and development ">f
Health following a conference :Mayor Harris. Commissioner John R. L. .Sam> Chastain will meet boys'! 4-H clubs will b o his spec *l

Tuesday afternoon, which was attended No change were announced in Prince and County Engineer Boydto Saturday Kissimmee with representatives Artie .
the list of city employees. This 17 other South
by Mrs. R. Masure. field represent" Palm Beach countyat from Recommending hU appointment
secretary of the State Tuberculosis announcement will be forthcomingat I the Florida Flood Control tw.-: Florida counties to discuss! thZO.OOO.OQO ? Cwinty Agent M. U. Mount sal' .1Cansey
Association Pr. Burton F. Au- the next meeting. A. L. "Dutch"Wallis : mittee meeting near Kiasimmee $ flood control program. Is 34years old. a r.atlv
who has served the city members of theSouth \VaurhuIa.. of the
ton. county health unit directorDr. Saturday. The three are a graduate
W. K. VanLandingham. city faithfully amt well since November Asked the State Road denart- Florida Flood Control Com University of Florida, was a may

and county health officer. Dr. 1JM2. will, in all probability.be . to advance money to pay for right- mittee. in the> Air Corps and has work I

Sharpe.' and Mr. Ray. renamed city-clerk. of-way: for part of State Rd. 9 in this
"The machine, t'C'mpletf'ith ail I. - 4the st: r-ighway" Tie .sums t" across Lake Worth and the proposed agent for the S.ahoa.d

Its developing film and other essentials !- Robert S. Douthit Is be paid are" expected to be fixel new OV>nce;; .. ave. bridge railroad.

should arrive here shortly by circuit court after a fceanncTuesday over the West' Palm Beach can!. -----
after the countywide,- mass survey New Council Head on condemnation rf a It- Voted to Join the Florida Ptat-

is finished, in. November" Mr. mil" sector of tljrtt-of-way between Federation of Planning
Ray said. Robert S. D..uthlt was unanimously Tamatn and Lar.tana. Boards. (mml-ow-tnnf'r Pa Min

This will,make two permanent : chosen chairman of th" Approved purchase of $1.335 of voted arainst that move and declined Pahokee First GradersAn

machines for free examinations! ofpossible Pahokee city council in regular microscope equipment: f--r a hale to ""ybY

tuberculosis for P.iHi meeting Tuesday night. Resipr.-! (:!tics labcratrry for Sheriff John Wa told by Dr Burton Austin erroUmert of w> first grader'

Beach C'ounthe reported adding tion of Chairman Terry Sellers, two Kirk's! department rour.ty: realm: director that tft.. at the PAhoke F3ementry S
that "our first one was bought' weeks ago necessiated the election Trek steps' to resurface! LakeFront maUI chest: X-ray survey plannedto the two room re *rve.l

last winter by the association and of a new chairman. A. J. Gamut drive at Canal PointCcrpratulated tart Oct. 25. is desj ied to for this grade making It necessary

Is tere." bad acted as pro-tercpore shaman :*- Er.Rr.er Boylfcr catrfc wraptom ef cancer and to divide the dAM into three cormsend

The new machine will be under Oaring the tnt rtm. keeping within the tudget c in ieart disease a. well a* tfco e of r-5v/tr.t a new. teacher. Mr

the direction of Dr. Austin ard Acting as bead of the council in tie part year. a Jaiiritration; d tuberculosis. with follow-up action Pf'ca1111_, to teach the third

will "poaribly be placed in Pah- netting new for Mr. Dcuthit. behaving Me county road p.tem. 1m caves where synptons are found. group. rte ether two teacher few

fce* for year-around use." Mr. Ray served in this capacity 'r. Approved location* for tie pro- win COlt tie: tate an etmat 4 the Ant grade are Mr. Sue Shirley -

y-n gone top. pcsed pew Soutler, Blvd bridge 133000, and Mr Lou 1I00k.f .



Two The Everglades New, Canal Point. Florida Friday October 1. .&P'U 'W

THE EVERGLADES NEWS A couple of days after the stow Baptist WMS Met I Fire Damages Home
passed I had occasion to drive
from Tampa to Orlando. I kept 3aharp Monday NightThe Of Mr. & Mrs. Holmes
Serving the Lake Okeecnobee Farming Region
for evidence of -
eye open any
Established 1924 Published Every Friday damage along the route but could Canal Point Baptist W. Fire caused by an exploding gas

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance find absolutely none which indi- S. met' at the Church Monday cook stove caused considerable

cated that the damage was confined night for business and programs.A damage to the home of Mr. and
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office
i_._ to a small path over which the very interesting talk in the Mrs. Roy Holmes in Pahokee Sun-
V. in Canal Point. Florida a* Second CUM Matter cente rtraveled and outer winds "Negro" was given by Mrs. Jerry day around 8:30 p. m. The interiorof

were not strong enough in other Adkins. The devotional by Mrs. the kitchen dining room and
Editor Publisher
Paw Rardin Owner sections to even blow fruit from M. F. George. The business session! kitchen of the five-room residence

CREDIT WHERE DUE the trees. iras in'change of Mrs. Arnold I was gutted by the flames and las
But getting away from the Scruggs. Officers were elected and furniture practically destroyed.The .
(From Fort Myers News-Press) tropical storm and turning to thi installed. remainder of the house and

The people of the Red Cross, the State Highway Patrol political storm. I found Orange Mrs. Elmo Scoggins installed the furniture was damaged by smoke

and the Florida Power and Light Co. deserve a grateful County a battleground between following officers. President Mrs. and water. None of the Holmes

"well done" for their devoted service during the hurricane. Republican. States Rights and .G. L. Sims: 1st Vice-PresL. Mrs.' family was injured by the explosion -

Unlike last year's storm, this one did not strike here with its Democratic forces all three camps Grady Echols; 2nd Vice-Pres.. Mrs. according to Fire Chief Marvin -

full force but even so conditions were dangerous enough to claim they will carry the county. Jerry Adkins: 3rd Vice-Pres.. Mrs. Levins.

make these three helping hands highly welcome. Always a Republican stronghold Edith Smith: Sec. and Treas. Mrs.J. .
it looks like Orange would go for H. Bordeaux; Stewardship NOTICE
The of the volunteer Red Cross
functioning emergency Public Notice Is hereby given that
Dewey and at the same time give Chairman. Mrs L. I* Home; MU-
setup reflected smart organization work on the part of thosein the undersigned Intends to reflster
its congressional candidate Mar Mon Chairman. Mrs. Loel Lence. with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
charge. Shelters, canteens, first aid posts courier and ceUua J. Moss a good majority. Circle leaders Mrs. Ann Geiger. of Palm Beach County. Florida Statutes pursuant
other services were established early and efficiently. Man- Thurman has strong support ani Mrs. J. S. Chastain and Mrs 1941.to the Section fictitious 565.09.name Florida to-wit:

ned by volunteers, they functioned smoothly throughout the it is a tossup as to whether he Scruggs presented each officer rCKTOJZEK SALES AND COMPANY INSECTICIDE

night as the storm approached and would have been able to or Truman will run second. with a corsage and Mrs.' Scoggins Under WHICH name I am engaged in

meet any emergency. The performance of these workers on Old Line Party Democrats led a gift. ..uaa business In Pabokee.W. W. UcCCRDT Florida '

this occasion will be highly reassuring in any future test. by Senator Pepper are screamingand Box Pahokee.Ml. Fla. "*t'. I

_ Lt. Mack Britt and his state highway patrolmen were on tearing their hair in an effort ON DEANS LIST Pub. Sept. 10. J7. 24. Oct. 1, 1948. .;.
the job continuously and performed invaluable service by to hold the county for Truman NOTICE
but from reaction I encountered Edwin H. Connell is attendingthe
maintaining communications with their radio. With al: Public Notice Is hereby given that
they don't appear to be making University at Gainesville and the undersigned Intend to register WIth
wires out below Naples, it was the highway patrolmen with much headway. Voters know that has been highly complimented fo the Clerk of the Circuit Court of PalmBeach

their radio who kept the outside world in touch with Ever I they are not obligated by oath :.s the splendid work he is doing. He Section county.86509 Florida Florida.Statutes.punuanto 1941.
this means the weather observations made at was named four the fictitious name to-wit:
glades. By far as a general election is con- among a percent PAHOKEE ELECTRIC
Everglades were communicated to the weather bureau head- cerned and since they can't stom- group on the dean's list as being Under which we are engaged In business -

quarters at Miami, enabling the Miami bureau to correct ach Truman they will vote for outstanding among the students.He In Pahokre. T.FloridaJ. OUNTER.J .
either Dewey or Thurman if they is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H: J. T. GUTIERREZPahokee.
faulty advisories issued earlier and to keep track of the Fla_
storm. The highway patrolmen also provided communications vote at all.Congressional. Connell of Pahokee. I ut>.: Sept. 10. 17. :24 Oct. 1. I"'. .
candidate M. J.
with the Everglades area for the press the Red Cross
is his Democratic
and others who required it. Long after the storm had passed opponent pushing Syd Herlong, and his ao-

they still were handling emergency messages. The people of peal for a two-party system in I

towns isolated by disaster: have cause to bless the state highway Florida is finding favor with a lot
patrol. of folks throughout the district. ; 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADES

The power company in this storm was on the ball from With a Republican President and a _J

the start. Emergency steps were taken in advance to provide Republican congress in the offic ti
current for vital uses if the regular power had failed. they are beginning to wonder if it

Linemen worked in the wind and rain heedless of personal might not be a good dea to senda i To Miami
to represent 4 Buses
discomfort and hazard. Virtually all power failures which Republican congressman
the mon Capitol hill. I To West Palm Beach
the storm caused had been restored by the following day. I
Daily To Ft Mvers & Lakeland
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Herald Comments On
Okeechobee area suffered m03.

TOO LATE TO Fortunately Everglades grower Glades Hospitals i
can make a come-back as truck
crop operations f around the lake Glades Motor Lines Inc.
CLASSIFYBy (From Belle Glade Herald) I Ii
were not far enough advanced to In these days of advanced med-

( Russell Kay) damage prevent a to quick cane fields come-back.however The's icine and surgery, when the sick i SERVING THE GLADES"Shrubs .
r and maimed all demand the beat of I
another matter and from first reports
and skill seems that communities II
While the storm season is not out of Clewiston it would I
and areas need and demand -
over and maybe we should still seem that the United States Sugar
keep our fingures crossed for a Company and the individual can hospitals. For many yearspast '

little while longer we- can get growers have been hit pretty hard. the Glades area dependedupon -
down on our little pink knees and Citrus growers in the famed the small hospitals at Clew !
!ston, and Pahokee., until the Government -
say a prayer of genuine thankfulness Indian River county took a beating i I
for what might have happened and individual losses to growers built and excellently :
to us. but didn't when the and shippers there will proo- equipped the Migrant Hospital : and Trees !
with what services were
hurricane struck us last week. ably be heavy. It usually develops along I
Looking at the map it would be however, that first reports are ex- sought in the Palm Beach Hos- : i
hard to pick any route throughthe aggerated and Indian River grow- pitals. ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL i i I

state that a storm could take ers will probably wind up the season With Belle Glade falling heir ; I I

where leas" damage would be done in as good if not better shape through a generous Governmentgift I Authorized Sales and Service !
for most of the area was unpopu- than growers in other citrus sections this city really secured an i ;
lated wastelands.I where no damage was don : institution of real merit and equipment JACOBSEN POWER AND : "
am not trying to minimize the due to the fact that thees Indiian I for its successful operation.The I

damage and I fully realize the River folks, through cooperation : Sugarland Hospital at Clewi.v HAND LAWN MOWERS I'I
severe blow it has been to sucn intelligent brand advertising ant i ton was enlarged and new equipment -

communities as Key 'Vest. Everglades generally smart operation have installed which brought ip l lI
City. Clewiston. Belle: been able to make monkeys out of the standard of that institution.The ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
Glad Pahokee. Canal Point. their Pahokee Hospital was the last I
other citrus sections and keej I
Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons
Homestead. Miami. Stuart and section and their famed brand on of the trio of hospitals and it hal i
others but I still contend that we top of the heap. not been given much room (.r : 1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm Beach

are mighty lucky: The poor folks I am sorry for equipment for the expansion of its

Apparently Key West the Keys. are the owners of fishing boats and work nor did it appear much hk: I _
portions of Miami and the Lake pleasure craft who took an awful an institution where the wounds
rap at Key West and other points and ills of humanity were mini ,
when their boats were tossed on tered to by a skilled staff.A 1M..d.r
shore and battered to pieces:: by the spirit of dissatisfaction aroao
storm. I have a little boat on Tampa among the citizens of the Pahokee-
Bay that I use for pleasure Canal Point area over the Everglades ,Irom whcrej sitv jyJ.oc:Mar.li 1

Prince TheatrePahokee fishing and I know how I woudfeel : : Memorial Hospital, which
if my little old "Queen Mary" grew to the point where sentimentand
were manhandled by a storm andI pocketbooks got to a unification -
Florida was called upon to go out and in a demand for a completenew Your MostImportant
look at the wreckage. hospital outfit ending with a
First reports of the mer-all favorable bond issue vote callii< Right

SundayMondayOctober d.lmageestimatt hte losw at approximately for a $160000 expenditure over a

3-4 twenty-five milho period of 25:' years. Now that the band.tan which is a lot of ja\k but Belle Glade has no jealousy over
painted, and the park reIa"I&AS of beer or ale, to a woman'sscaped
nowhere near as much as it would the good fortune of Pahokee.
we hare shoot the skeet right to vote along with men.
"The Walls Of brae been if the center of: the shouldered by: its property owners,
I in the
village green ceaatr. Folks thank tktmtrirr that
storm had hit Miami and traveled but congratulate our water cit; can
up the length of the East Coastor that in time it will have a modern And it's all because, at the last cm ...aer evenings they'll be ails.
Jericho"starring had struck the populated arei* hospital plant of its own What the town election, folks got out and to listen to band concert in a well-
of central Fiori-la or the'e3t future management of the two t'ofd-8S per cent of them! That kept park . enjojinr a battle of

Coast' hN'f'italma:!>. boo ha not yet been way. they passed the amendment beer or soda pop (whichever they
The Miami Daily News labeled determined but at present are under calling for park improvements prefer). Ikause from where I sit.
Cornel Wilde Linda the storm an "ox-cart humcan the control of the Western aver those opposing it. that's a freedom tfcej'te ecraW by

Darnell Anne because of its slow movement Palm Bench County hospital! dU- Reminds you again how important eterr in; a still.a sore isjportaat
difficult for freedom: Voting!
which made it very trict.
the right to vote is in this
weather observers to keep track . .
Baxter, KirkDouglas country. And it's a right we can
of it and caused severe damage to Rev. C A. Moberg returr.eJ retain only by exercising it! . a7t
the particular al"f'lUh 1"f' it remained home Monday from Palatka wherehe like a:1he other iadiridBal i.bee- \Au(
j almost stationary. While conducted a week's revival %t
over Florida it took the storm 30 the First Baptist Church In that
- -- - hours to travel only 250 miles city. Ccpyri.ts MSS. .'...,1 Suva Gr.en T..r.Page .es

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{i ; ; .Th at's right! When yon must walk on the highways in rural I II

.; -i s. or suburban areas, always walk on the left side of the road
I : :: -lacing lr ,
I .I- : ;:" There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every per-
il f' -:.:-- son killed facing traffic three were killed walking with traf-

fic. 24 Floridians lost their lives and 33 were injured walking
-?; the wrong way instead of facing oncoming cars. For every
r. 'daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and I
: dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing [
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.. Mr. Motorlstt" in the road4Never I I
4 "' ..; assume yon are safe when walking on the highways !

I MAKE -many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable i iI
I $*H 0 ... ,hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his victims I
t A HABIT .. increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hitandrun !'
I accidents were recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by !
these car cowards.
i So remember for your own sake-on highways, walk to I I'I
the left facing traffic-be alert to danger-be alive tomorrow.
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Page Four The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida .
Friday October 1. 1949"Mr.
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Mrs. Olaf Boe entertained Wednesday -

in honor of her son Skeet I I
fourth birthday: Neighborhool
children were guests. Henry Ripke u
won!; a aerved.contest prize. Refreshmentswere ENNIS CAFEHome I

and Mrs. Jack Spencer of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Quattle- James Edward Riffey, son of M..

:pahokee announce the birth of a baum of Miami spent the weekendIn and Mrs. E. L. Riffey of Canal Cooked Food.

son John Andrew at a Fort Pierce Pahokee visiting her aunt. Mrs. Point has joined Uncle Sam's

hospital on Sept. 25. Minnie I* Hughes. Navy and is now in training at San
; Will Be Open For Business
Mr. and Mrs. Crate Tucker :)f Mrs. Hugo Boe and sons spent Diego California. James was a !

Pahokee announce the birth of a the past week with her parents. member of the Senior Class of Pa- :

son Junmie Ray at the Everglades i Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mitchell in hokee High School year of 4849. i

Memorial Hospital on Sept. Winter Haven. . FRIDAY, OCT. 1 ,

28. Mra Susie Renfroe has returned POOR QUALITY JUICE I
Mr. and Mrs. Van Jackson York from a visit with relatives in Fay-
TAMPA-.J. Adams Bruce, president The Home
former Pahokee residents now liv- ette, Ala.. to spend the winter in of Bruce's Juices Inc.. Tampa Properly Prepared !
ing in Miami announce the birth Pahokee with her sisters Mrs. W.
the United States Department
charged -
of a daughter, Kristin Collins at A. Howell and Miss Elizabeth-Car of Agriculture's systemof I I Food In Canal Point !
the Jackson Memorial Hospital on
away. inspecting canned citrus juices :
27. !
Sept. Mr. and Mrs. Inman W. Weeks with "defrauding the consumer !
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Peekof I
are visiting her mother and other and demoralizing the canned juice
West Palm Beach announce the
relatives in Lulu. Fla-, this week. market" i na message sent to Senator -
birth of a son. William Thomas.Jr. ------ --- ----- -
Mrs. P. M. Cate Jr.. accom- Pepper at the Lakeland citrua -- -
at Good Samaritan Hospitalon 1
Sept. 26. Mra. Peek is the former panied by Mr. and Mrs. Thompson. hearing. Bruce said. T strongly

La Verne Baker of Pahokee. visited her daughter. Charlotte urge your committee to request
Ann at Rosarian Academy. West immediate and discontinuance Bring TIRE .
Mr. and Mrs. Gene McDowell of investigation : us your TROUBLESTires -

Bainbridge Ga.. announce the Palm Beach. Sunday. of sale of poor quality

birth of a daughter. Audrey Ides Miss Ruby Jane McClure of canned citrus juices under fie- are our business, any size, any

m Aug. 19. Mrs. McDowell is the Coral Gables spent the weekendin ticious grade A seals affixed on

former Ora Fay Cranford of Pa Pahokee visiting her parent, the basis of U. S. Department of type to fit your particular need.PAUL'S .

,hokee. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure. Agriculture socalled continuous Inspection -

Mr. and Mrs. Vance Broome of Mrs. A. D. St. John has returned system"The I

Chosen announce the birth of a to Lakeland after a week's visit . .
son Willard Thomas, at the Everglades here with her sister. Mrs. Minn-e I SERVICE STATION
western suburbs of our
Memorial Hospital on Sept. L. Hughes.Mrs. .
Coastal Cities suffered great i II CANAL POINT FLORIDA -
27. Olaf Hoe and children spent
. from Flood during the October,I
the weekend with her mother. Mrs. 1947 Hurricane.

NEW CLINIC HOURSDr. Buchanan and othe relatives m

W. E. VanLandingham of Sarasota. --- --- ------- -
West Palm Beach has announced. _
. change in hours for the countyphysician's Delray Mr. and Beach Mrs. accompanied R. L. Guthrie by of i EQUIP YOUR DRAINAGE .. ...).. .... >-: )+.>- ,

Starting Thursday.clinics in Sept.the 30.Glades.Dr. Norwood Trippodo Guthrie of Miami and Miss spent Teresa the PUMPS WITH DUTYWaukesha NEWHEAVY :y Office Machine Headquarters:!=

VanLandingham and a county
weekend in Pahokee visiting Mr. Engine Underwood Typewriters .:.
nurse will; conduct clinics each and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie. They were t> Sundstrand Adding Machine\ .

Thursday afternoon at the Paho accompanied home by Mrs. Bose' Marchant Calculating Machines
kee hospital from 1 to 3 p. m. and Units {..
Levins. A. B- Dick Mimeographs\
at tc Bell Glade hospital from &> .
Rudolph Faulk returned homo Elliott Addresso Graphs
3:30 to 5:30 p. m. Have five available at 1"
.. Monday after spending the sum- bargain prices. : F & E Check Writers 4
mer at Mountain City, Tenn. .
A ocmm on "Alaska Amon;;: ;:; HALSEY & GRIFFITH INC.
Max Beverly left Saturday on a A. W. Harz ManagerSTUCKEY : I
the Northern Lights", will be presented -
business trip to Charleston. S. C. FERTILIZER WORKS : Phone 2-3883 West Palm ::
try Mrs. G. W. Byrd and ..... Beachssasas..seas..assasaeass.a.asa.asssasasasa.a i
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Agner wets Pahokee Florida ,
Mrs P.onald Watson at a meetingof
called to Indianapolis. Ind.. Thurs-
the Pahokee First Methodist -- WWW rrr r r.rr rr sr
day by the death of her father.
WSCS at the church Monday at
Mr. Wright, who died of a heart
3.30 p. m. Mrs. R. F. Hurt will 1-
lead the devotionals and Mrs J. .
Mrs. Hattie Kilpatrick of Christ- ....
A. Dulany will preside at the business -
mas. Fla.. has arrived here for a ijol
I < .
visit with her daughter-in-law :5eq ;

Mrs. Dorothy Kilpatrick. 41 .
Mra :Melvin Spooner is substituting ]esseas0r .

for Herbert :Miller as GOOHi oft
Classified AdsFOR ,
science teacher at Pahokee Hign J eal"

School this week.

SALE: New and used Willys Mrs. W. A. Baker of Canal Point al1;; I

J't'f'ps.VaIter Ashley Garage In law.- ltSelr'

Belle Glade. Phone 126. Jllch : : Sit aa .
Baker and granddaughter. Linda '

SEPTIO tacks and grease traps Carol in Gainesville this week. el"11 Ilherndern '..

cleaned and repaired. Phone Al D. Beverly is expected to ar- able fct fatio1cJ sei" and
3872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. MITc 1.
rive home this week after spending ttllce unitsBrat hew

the summer in Mountain, City. c fi
Tenn.. He is visiting his wife's shy or loOt o ylrs 11
Douthit Pahokee, Fla.. Phone .
3872. July 16c parents in Forsyth and his mother I Jr.J' :l cal/10

in Ochlochn<<. Ga.. for a few .s '
FOR SALE: 7 Unit Apartment days enroute home.C. tJ"t>e'lr tJ/S10N lI1e

House completely furnished, interior A. Major left Monday on a

freshly painted this is a business trip to Charleston and oR IHll1 'lLlPHp
good buy. Call 7143 or 2181. VeIn Greenville S. C. < >3; i. ro11

I. Elliott Reg. Real Estate Brok- Mr. and Mra. J. H. Barwick have ;;yanSy; has. StaJ Jtt"I1Siol1OilCK .sOIlla1r"ot rh
er. St-SlOtf returned home after spending the h re

FOR SALE: 6 room house within summer in Georgia.Mr. OI1y /S Olly t: ill h, tale hol1 "CAIN fefiJt.

one block of Pahokee Postoffio-, and Mrs. J. Wilkinson hOllt c are
this house needs repairs and U returned home Monday. night after 0 s, Ordrca11 thes I ithes call 2o.l"llls'e'

being sold at a bargain. Cal 7141or spending the summer in Maryland **o /"athe Cit. / ratifiesf 01" telephOllt delJOJlo Whit

2181. Velva I. Elliott Beg Real Thomas Dickson left Monday !> : o I"e a ceh Ole 11a;: be its,
Estate Rroker. St-SlOtf I(I enroll for the fall semester at the area1 f1idela3P t / y v il]. 0elrll LJ

University of Florida. Gainesville If'al1Sl1abJ.; bees /ephOlSllless Sel1ic
FOR SALE: 2 lake front lots over .I Miss Patsy Creel left Tuesday cot of" Stll s'11 het la l oil. and try Obied' $

100 feet frontage on main high-! .I ft>Winter Park to enroll for the PatS get leAh ed t her 0 f shrvjce el"fJcel1tly

way. Call 7143 or 2181. Velva '. 'fall semester at Rollins College.Perry ; ho Jcel'tsI"Ol1s st' 7te/1Sio onesa the e9v j lll"e added
Elliott. Reg Real Estate Broker ins Afi Ake'r
Duke skipper of the Pa- rid s
st-siot' hokee Sea Scout Patrol, met with : j ant lo sehihe dais :'talehat's "ohlatioll"Z;: r tray lo,17l.

M.t1TRf.ZSIa RENOVATED and the patrol Monday night to discus ,or hhate h ragt So th in "AhOnes" th 3"OlJ oPeXte ch is co o alio
plans for reorganizing: for the coming } '
made to ont r"e 1-
in business your after a fire andM'.f' areback year. The patrol decided t> Iii f lhesas; iehekrea el"e Js 110 'Shjog OlJ/h than nk' a1oi '] ll ,
lt "
1.s It] 11.1 "
elect /Jce
officers and
all new equipment' Glade, new : reorgan Col1eed all] 11
Mercantile, Box: 325. ('a hokf't', at the next: meeting the date t<) LebohO 1; Ol"Oth tlt all ltJfol"tto .c telPnho llJ. stferrite

Phone 4171 K.Oct."ic be announced orl the It ] eJ'fio '
fo/ h .
: Pl"o/ I"flls .
Mr and Irs, ,e. D Horre en- 't rangy telelho S: aatehj teCj niSPrtO lt he ,
\LEM\N: For all white industrial tertameil with a surprise buffet 'lf / 11 hll '

debit (rood guaranteed supper at their home Ind"y.niht. s aha.the ne 13u PtOnlace h0h a/Jd cflJoJ. frofi/]g:.....as
salary and liberal commLssondeh , h ,
/ Sept 20 in honor of Ir.:1"i J" n.
&t in Glades area must be permanent Mr Julian Branch who were celebrating .10/0 rateSUkho t OlicP1flja ff the J. eSPa f.J ofi0h ;
dt'nt'nUI .
re CU
cir h' YI
West Palm Peach! :2-32S5 Collect if ; second wolJirc an-. t today Call c .

interested :2t-K-Oct. 1 r' niversarv.. and Mr These!', Julian attending Branch wereMr ant vsfi lot h bassos t'cit3 0 lld he./I"kn '?;

F.R RENT Hou-v: with 3 b<-lror ;son. Franklin Rol!>'OoI". Mr an IMrs h JJ. bUll eac o/J te/"I"i ]" _

+ir. and two baths at PortMtvaca K S Stoke and Billie Net'

Phone :;u. K-Oct22-ch Mr. and M-s Glvrn Carr and

daughter Mr and Mrs. Martin SOUTHERN BELL
FUR RENT: Dragline b> hour o- Dow lire and dauciter! Mr aniMrs

,>n contract W J. Ada-ns Phoa'' ; C A. BarfieJd anJ Mrs. JUt I-

63. Pahokee K-Oct. S 2t? 1! Branci. .

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Page z Six The I." rglades News,* Canal Point, Florida Friday. October 1. 1948

Mrs. Enecks Outlines Ladies Night For Annual Rally Day For I Ask Changes In I Officers And Teachers

Woman'sCIub Work Pahokee Lions Club Pahokee Methodists Pahokee Truck Law Named By BaptistsA

lira. ParneH Flecks, president Pahokee Lion at their Tuesday Annual rally day will be observed Jack Phillips presented a petition meeting of officers and teacn-

of the Pahok Woman' Club out- luncheon meeting: announced plans at the Pahokee First Methodist to Pahokee City Council Tuesday ers of the Pabokee First Baptist

lined the club's work program for for annual ladies night which will Sunday school this Sunday at 9.45: night asking that body to Sunday school was held in the fellowship -

the coming year at the first business I be held in conduction with a Lion a. m. at which time a special pro- rescind action on an ordinance hall Monday night.

luncheon meeting of the fall i zone meeting at the Clewiston Inn gram will be presented by each de I which prohibits big trucks parkingon Following a covered-dish supper

season held Tuesday noon in the Monday Oct. 11. at 7 p. m. The partment. the street in the business sec- the following officers and teachersfor

clubhouse. The club' theme for the Pahokee club will be Joined by the World Communion Day will be tion of town. The petition was the church school for the com-

year win be announced at the nest Lions Clubs from Lake Worth observed at the morning worship signed by several business men in ing year were installed:

meeting by Mrs. Clyde Alley Belle Glade and Clewiston at this hour. Also>> during the morning ser- the immediate area around the J. H. Wilkinson Jr.. superin-

chairman of the program commit- meeting vice officers and teachers of the Four-Way Service Station operated tendent: A. C. Santo assistant

Jess M. Elliott reported that the church school will be Installed for by Messers. Phillips and Wat- superintendent; F G. Gulls secretary
tee.The club voted to sponsor a Lions are backing a movement to the coming year as follows: T. L. ; Mrs. H. E. Smith assistant

sweet shop as party of the community have the State Road Department Burns superintendent; Frank Ro- son.After considering the petitio secretary; Mrs. Stella Munis and

celebration of the openingof establish a wayside park in this mIle assistant superintendent: for some time and trying to figureout :Miss Betty Batchelor. young peo-

the new swimming pool with area. President Manning I. Keen Mrs. G. B. Ramey secretarytreasurer a way to make all concerned ple' department: Mrs. :MattuCbastain.

all proceeds to go into the swimming called on chairman of standing ; John A. Dulany. superintendent happy. Councilman I. J. Frasur Mrs. Catherine Barnes

pool fund. The group also committees for reports of club ac- of adults; Mrs. L. J. Fraa--, made a motion that the matter be and Mrs. David Unwin young

voted to let the local Lions and I tivities for the past month. superintendent of youth work and i tabled until the next regular meeting married couple's department; Mrs.H. .

Rotarians use the clubhouse for s counselor of seniors; Mrs. I. M. I O. S. Bacon seconded the motion C. Graham. Miss Elizabeth

regular meeting place while the Lair counselor of intermediates: I and it passed unanimously. Caraway and Mrs. H. J. Claus?.

Bank of Pabokee occupies the Mrs. Unwin Re-named :Mrs. M. I Keen, assistant counselor . Pbilathea Class; Mrs Margaret
Lions Hall during the constructionof of intermediates; :Mrs. Arch Thompson and Mrs E. E. Colema-.
President Of WMU
the new bank building. It was Blakey. superintendent of primaries Sears MurphyMiss adult ladies class; Mrs. Joan
announced the Woman's Club will ; Mrs. Becky Starling superintendent Crews :Mrs. A. C. Libhart. Mrs.
conduct its luncheon meetings on Mrs. Horace Unwin was reelected of juniors; Mrs. Lew Ann Betty McCoy. Mrs. F. G. Gillis.

Wednesdays instead of Tuesdav president of the First Baptist Friend superintendent of kindergarten of Mr. Betty and Mrs. Sears daughter Mrs. Joe Thompson and Mrs.
H. L. Sears of
in order not to WMU at a meeting at the church Mrs. Catherine
during this period ; Frank Rozelle superintendent Canal Point Boe. nursery and cradle
became the bride of
conflict with the Lions luncheon I Monday afternoon. Other officers of nursery; Mrs G. B. Hilburn W. roll; Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson Mrs.
Murphy of Belle Gladeat
hour. I elected were Mrs. L. M. :Mullis.I Ramey. superintendent of Junior Betty Hitchcock Mrs. Axel Jensen

Mrs. M. I. Keen was named first vice president; Mrs. L. W. fellowship; R. J. Schroder superintendent the a Canal candlelight ceremony held at and Mrs. C. R. Wethenngton. Jr..
I Point
chairman of the youth conserva- tfullis, second vice president: :Mrs. of worship for juniors; Methodist Church beginners department: Mrs R. S.
tion and character building committee I C. L. Shirley secretary; Mrs. G. C. :Mrs R. J. Schroder. Mrs., D. W. Friday. Sept. 17. at 6 p. m. The Douthit. Mrs. D. W. Young Mrs.
vows were read by Rev. William T.
replacing :Mrs. Frank ; Connell. treasurer: Mrs. F. G. Cunningham. Rev. C. T. Howes. A. W. A. Stevens. Mrs. T. W. Knight..
Blair former pastor of the church
Friend who resigned and Mr*. Gilhs. young people's leader; Mrs.T. J. Spencer, Mrs. Frank Friend, Mrs. A. C. Santo. Mrs. Paul Watson -
as the couple stood before the altar
Marjorie Henderson was named W. Knight, assistant young :Mrs. J. V. Thomas. Mrs. Clyde Alley and Mrs. Fay Baldwin primary -
chairman of the American war people's leader: :Mrs. Ralph Grimes Mrs. H. M. McIntosh Mrs. which was decorated with white department: Mrs. H. L.

. veterans committee to fill the and Mrs. R. D. Hardaway. junior Becky Starling Mrs. Leon Spooner gladioli and tuberoses against a Speer. 1.lrs.V.. M. DuBoee Mrs. C.
oi girls auxiliary leaders: Mrs. James background of palms.A R. Wroten. Mrs. R. D. Hardaway.
vacancy left by the resignation Mrs. Louis Davis Mrs. MyersFountain
Batchelor and Mrs. C. R. Wether- program of nuptial music waspresented
Mrs J. D. Agner. Mrs. Esther
O. and
Mrs. Minnie L. Hughes. a pro- Mrs. R Lampi
ject the club will assume the ex- ington. Jr. intermediate girls auxiliary Mrs R. F. Hurt, teachers of various by Mrs. Pope Sears Mrs Batchelor. Ellsworth Keen Mr
pense of feeding one underprivi- I leaders; Mrs. Bob Hitchcock classes Harold Rosenberg and Mn Wilev Tillw. H. E. Unwin and O.

ledged child at the school caf I Mrs. J. C. Sowder and Mrs. Josh An attendance goal of 300 has orchil Baird. A. Batchelor. junior department;
Sunbeam band leaders The bride given in marriage by Nina
Crews. Miss
teria. been set for the school's rally day. 1 Mrs C. L. Shirley
On the program Mrs. J. R. York I A program on "Christ's Relationship her father wore a pink duchess. Briggs Mrs. Ruby Kemp. Mrs L.
reviewed the book "Echoes", n to the Church" was presented satin gown with a French illusion I M. Mulhs. Mrs. Ora Powell Mr*.

character study of a courageous I by Mrs Thomas Baldwin. Future Farmers veil edged with chantilly lace and C. A. Brown H. L. Speer, M C.

negro written by C. M. Todd of Mrs. J. C. Mock. Mrs. E. E. Coleman : attached to a tiara of satin and Garrett and Raymond Caruthers.
Pahokee. Mrs A. C. Santo and Mrs. Have 9-Point ProgramMembers ace. She carried a bouquet of Sr.. intermediate department Mrs.

Herring. Mrs. Stella Mullis was in white roses and tuberoses. Iva Snyder and Mrs. Francis Rogers -

charge of the dexotionals. of the Pahokee Chapter Mrs. James Miller matron of substitute teachers..
Two Circles Met In It was announced that the an- Future Farmers of Americi. honor and Miss Peggy Mobergand - -

Regular SessionTwo nual Baptist Palm-Lake Association at a meeting Tuesday night adopted Miss Ann O'Connell bridesmaids Warfield-Scott
i meeting will be held at the a nine-point FFA activities program wore identical gowns of

Northwood First Baptist Churchin for the coming year as recommended blue, orchid and yellow taffeta respectfully
of Pabokee First
circles the The home of Mrs. F. L. Bo".e'1of
I West Palm Beach on Oct. 26. by Richard L. Brooks. and carried festoons of
Baptist WMU conducted regular Canal Point was tte scene of
Mrs. A. C. Santo was named chair advisor.In Glenda Sears flower '
chapter yellow gladioli. -
meetings at homes of member the wedding of her *ter. Miss
Tuesday. man of the committee in charge of the program special emphasiswill girl wore a pink taffeta gown Stella Scott to George M. War-

The Grace Jermgan Circle met arrangements for the WMU fare- be placed on supervised farming and Mrs. Sears the bride's mother. field of Sarasota on Saturday.

Tuesday night at the home of Mr* well party for the Moberg, family. Cooperative activity with civic chose an aqua crepe dress with Sept. 18. at 2 p. m. Vows for the

W. M. DuBose. Miss Nina Brigga organizations community 8t'rvice. white" accessories and a corsage of candlelight ceremony were read by

guest speaker gave a talk based leadership earnings and savings pink rosebuds. Rev. R .A. Fuller pastor of th-
Christian Zell correct conduct of meetings. scholarship Following the ceremony a reception -
on her six years of experience asa Canal Point Methods Church as
missionary in Africa. She was in- recreation and initiation. A was held at Cypress Lodge the couple stood before an tmpr
troduced by Mrs. W. A. Keen. Announcement is being madeof committee of three FFA boys will i with the bride's parents acting as wised altar banked with tuberosesand

Twelve members .were present.Mrs. the marriage of Mrs. Imogen- be appointed for supervising each hosts They were assisted bx* Mrs fern against a background: of
W. H. Rogers was hostessto Christian of Pahokee to James 4.. ectivity in the nine-point program W. K. Buchanan. Mrs. E. F. Hol- palnui

members of the Lucy Jones Zell of Orlando at the home of the President Raymond Caruthers.Jr. lon. Mr- \\". K. Cither Mrs A. L. The bride wore a black crepe

Circle at her home Tuesday after- bridegroom's parents. Mr. and .. appointed Charles Dickson. Stevens and Miss Lois Morgan dress fashioned with a fitted sequin -
Mrs. o. H. Zell. in that city Friday Julian Snyder and James Sims on
noon. Mrs. C. L. Shirley presentel trimmed bodice and peplum
the study from the book. "St w- at 11 a. m. the chapter's membership (comm. skirt Her corsage was cf purple-

ardship and World Missions" The bride who is the daughterof tee The group voted to sponsorthe throated orchids and her only ornament -

During the social hour which followed Mrs. Bell Sanders and A. L. sale of Christmas greeting: Cinematic ChatterBy was a double trand of

the meeting a party was Sanders of West Palm Beach worea cards to raise funds for the chapter Malcolm Millar pearls, a gift from tte bridegroom.

held in compliment to Mrs. H. Un- pink gabardine suit with, matching trea!'urx'. Mrs Bowen was assisted bx her

win and Mrs. R. D. Hardaway> accessories and carried a bouquet i Following' : the meeting the5-) The \NalIs Of Jericho All tne daughter, Mrs Jack Straxer.. at

were celebrating birthday anniveisarie of white stephanotis and lily members present enjoyed a "it"n..rbarht" living and heartbeat of a great the reception which followed the
*. The special prize hidden in of the valley ct'ntert"dith orchids "<"ut'. George Rozelle. assisted impassioned best-seller comes to ceremony

the birthday cake was found by by Sidney Caruthers and Charles the Prince Theatre Sundax-Mon Mr and Mrs. \\nrfield are now

Mrs T. W. Knight. It was announced Mrs. Cohen Blakey also of Or- Phillips was in charge of the barbecue day with a great cast, headed ly at their home in Sara.sotaKindergarten .

that Mrs. C. A. Batchelorwill i lando. the bride's only attendant Correl Wilde. Linda Darnell. Anr? .

be hostess at the next meet wore a blue crepe street.lengtn Baxter and Kirk Douglas and supported To OpenIn
ing. Thirteen were present. dress with matching accessoriesand
Entertains by one of the best featured
- a corsage of pink roses William Sorority Pahokee Oct. 4
players cast placed in a picture
Talbott of Jacksonville was Husbands At Party
Glades MinistersTo bet man. th j* nature. Mrs Arch Blake} will open hr
Most readers of popular noxeU: kindergarten claw in the bungalow
lleetIonday A wedding breakfast follow el Members of the Beta OmicrcT have read the story . *o it w.'lbe at the rear of the First Methodist

the ceremony after which the newlyweds Chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi familiar to them. There are.howexer Church on Monday. Oct 4, at 8:30
The ministers of the Gladys left for Virginia Beach Sorority entertained their husbands .
those who do not kno.vthat a. m. Parents of children of ages
Ministerial Association will me >tat where they will spend their honex barbecue and :
at a
a party the story is about. For them.it from four to five Yt'IUBho wish
10:30 Monday in the Methodist moon. On their return they will
a. m. the woman's clubhouse Monday
the of bold and intima'eemotions
w tory to have them enrolled in the kin J'
Educational in Can- make their home at O",1nlancl"
night that couM
of a town ergarten are asked to rnnjr themto
al Point. Among the projects under in Orlando. A hilarious game of bingo wiplaxed n't hold these people and their loveTo the bungalow Monday morn:n;.
consideration is the formingof . with to J P,
pnzes going um it up in a very few word Classes will be hell each school
a Christian laymen's: group Parker and Mrs Karl Max son. it the of little
a .
REFtsE COST INCREASE is top-flight story day mommy from % 30 until I!
similar to those organized in M'- EE.1 Mrs Cf'rtrude'iJl1am.'i was tn town with little people . an-i a. m.
ami and other centers which will a meetinglast charge of arrarJi: : mt'nts. She was big people" .
week the State Cabinet
give the churchman a authorized assisted bx' Mrs J. C. PchoeppelMrs .
average !
I am sure you will make no Miss' Mary Helen H'a.ks an I
tangible of getting action on its freight rate expert to James Jolden. Mrs Cord")"1
way mistake in sitting this ore fllUl Peggy Moherg !left Monday.
current moral issues. Rex. C. T. oppose a railroad request for a 2V Hillier and !\fno. J. R Faulk. Sixtywere through, and I. thereforett for Chicago. III. tr enroJl In the
ton increase in coal
Howes is chairman of per shipping; .
acting present.Local
wholeheartedly reccomen J tbi splay Chicago College
"osts. Frank Hirnson. who represents --- -
group. to >ou_ Technology They wer accmu-
- several tate in
PTA To Meet See you at the movie MaiHOIR panied by Mrs! D. L. Hooks of
freight rate matters said the Increase -
Triangle RestaurantIs Canal Point and Crf>.by Crews ant
would add about S .OOO a Monday EveningThe - .
Mrs May P..tter of Belle Grade
Open For Business year to the state hospital coal bill SOCIAL i

alone and as much as $::;0.) to Canal Point PTA will rnIn _- Members of U-e Pafcekee Firs

Mr,. Lola McBace has openedthe costs of coal for the. state colleges regular monthly t* *'.- on Mor.dax M thod..t Junior Felkmafcip wt.1
Triangle Restaurant near the right at the school aud.torium and meet at the church Sunday! at 5:3.) CHILLS FIVsW

packing houses in Canal Point. extend a ccrd.il reception to th! for social hour and refreshments DUE TO MALARIA*

She point out that **ie has etvployed teachers who are in the cbool fort following which the group wiD reorganize -

an excellent cook and will >e present term An L'iterestnZ for the coming year Mr

serve only the very bet of fool I program a being arranged and allmembers G B Rajcey. superintendent of IIIUnlD.
Slit invite her many friends to are urged:! tc be IB at- junior fellowship will be In

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I .. Every violation of the center line of safety is a potential
; lude to accident. pre'I'I'

:". Crossing into the danger zone can occur at the approach to I II
' the top of a hill-n a curve-going into an underpass, or :
I : even on the straight highway. That's reckless, dangerous :
I driving! Accident records show that about one half of all
'I'I'M fatal traffic accidents result from bad driving habits such a.. I Ir.
these. .* r...;.."H i i

SAFELY It's your responsibility to yourself, your family and to I
others who share the road to avoid these "Pass-Poekets"
LIVE where lurk injury-and death.. .-=-rs2f3ir! : ::.::,. :*. ..jri *:rM: ;
I LONGER Don't let impatient driving tag your conscience with being' :
one of those who contributed to the maiming or death of the .
hundreds of thousands who will be auto accident victims this I I

year. ....1
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You OBI be a safe driver if yo* wIlL If up to 7." : I,
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.t'aee Eight The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Fnday.rOctcber 1, 1948

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Pioneer CitizenIs Funeral ServicesFor Pioneer Grower Mrs. Ralph Fuller To St. Theresa DownedBy

James L. Brackin Address Youth GroupMrs. Blue Devils 450In

Heart Attack South Bay Passes
Funeral Services for James
L. Ralph Fuller of Canal Point smothering the St. Theresa

Victim Last WeekThe rackin, 52 of Pahokee were held has been asked to bring the devotional Muskeeters. 45 to 0, Friday night
in the chapel at Berry's Funeral Long Illness address at the October the Pahokee Blue Devils didn't run

Home Monday at 2 p. m. meeting of the Glades Sub-district into much in the form of opposition

Mr. Brackin died at the Everglades Methodist Youth The but unleashed
Fellowship. they enough
entire Glades area mourns Funeral services for the late

the loss of Lennie Stuckey. 5*. Memorial Hospital Friday Glidden John Barstow. pioneer ,meeting scheduled for 8 p. m. Tut's.i aerial fireworks in the reason's

pioneer Pahokee grower businessman morning following a brief illnes grower of South Bay were conducted i day will be attended by representatives opener to make it an exciting
He came to Pahokee 16 years ago from Belle for local fans.
Lake Harbor
and civic leader who died of a on Sunday afternoon at 2 Glade. evening

heart attack on Thursday eveningof from Dale County. Ala., and was clock at the Episcopal Church of Moore Haven and Pahokee. Lacking beef but with plenty ;>f

engaged in the farming business The will retire to the Sunday talent in the backfield'C08Co
last week around 5:30 p. m. the Nativity Father A. J. Lively group *
serving as field foreman for several School for a Clyde Alley and his assistant William
Mr., Stuckey was stricken while officiating. W. L. Cunningham building recreational -
of the large growers during period under the direction Howard have forsaken -
as member of the local drainage sang Mr. Barstow's favorite hymr. powerhouse
his stay here.Survivors of James Sims. tactics to develop a fast,
board he was on an inspection trip Holy.. Holy. Holy".
to determine flood conditions ID include his wife Mrs. .Graveside services were conducted i :Mrs. Fuller an instructor in Social smooth clicking aggregation in

the Pelican Bay bottom. When all Alice Brackin. Pahokee: two sons by Father Lively followed by Studies at the Belle Glade this years Blue Devil eleven. In

efforts failed to revive him he was James Leroy (two weeks old), PA- the Masonic burial ritual conducted I High School is a licensed Methodist the opener the Blue Devils sparked -

placed on a tractor and driven to hokee and James Keller California by Joe Cherry and officers of Minister and is widely experienced by Quarterback Joe Kent Carr

; mother. Mrs. Alice Brackin in Youth work. A and Halfbacks Julian and
the highway where his car was the Belle Glade Masonic Lodge. 'II graduateof Snyder
DaleviUe. Ala.. and four sisters. Houghton College she has done Hueston Connell executed a brilliant
parked, then rushed to the EverTV Burial was at Woodlawn Cemetery <<:-
The body was sent by Berry's West Palm Beach. graduate study at Drew University passing attack completing

Funeral Home to Geneva Ala.. 'and will work for completion of aTaster's 10 out of 16 attempts for 2S1
Pall bearers were W. P. Risk.
Monday night for funeral service i degree in English Literature yards without a single interception.
Wm. Jeffries. J. K. Baker. Frank
and l at Columbia University next The Blue Devil line whic-i
Anderson. C. A. Armstrong and
'ummer. held the visitors to a net gain of
burial.Resolution H. D. Merriam all masons. .
. .
63 yards also looked good with t3
Mr. Barstow was born at Iqui-
work of Teddy Bob Johnson. Buster -
1 qui[ Chili. South America-a native -
Sims and Lee Wroten sustand-
of Thomaston. Maine-on his
CommunicationSometime H. Herndon. St. Theresa's
WHEREAS. God in his infinite fathers clipper ship on October
185-lb. fullback the only
wisdom has taken from our midst 28. 1882. His parents were Captain
threat to the Blue Devils and his
L. L. Stuckey an active, esteemed John Glidden and Helen Brown

and highly respected member of Barstow of Thomaston. Maine. ago much publicity I many fumbles assisted the Paho

the Palm Beach County Resources was given to a mother and father i kee eleven In chalking up the lop-
All of his boyhood was spent at
in Florida who their several sided score.
Board and gave
Development sea his young manhood and education -
Mr. has children away temporarily because The Blue Devils started their
WHEREAS. Stuckey at Newcastle. Maine and Boston -
they could not provide for them. scoring early in the first quarter
been most active unselfishly pro- Mass. He spent 19 years in
moting the welfare of Palm Beach Wyoming as a rancher. National The story drew National comment with the ball on the visitors' 31

member of the Water and many were the comments as to when Carr passed to Snyder who
County as a Forest Ranger and sheep man.
a.O I"what should have been done.' snagged the' ball on the 29 and ranthe
Control. Advertising. Agriculturaland There he met and married Mist
Some people said they would have TD. then Carr passed to Sn:\di -
of the PalM
groups Horton who hi:n
Gladys preceeded I helped had they been asked and ,er for the extra point. Later in th-
Beach County Resources Development I I
in death in 1920. Survivors of this
many thousands said "How could same period Carr passed to Connell -
glades Memorial Hospital. Here Board andWHEREAS Glidden John I
union are one son a thing like tt V happen in BigHearted ;; from the Musketeer's 46 and
every known medical technique to he has upon many Bar: I America? I Connell taking it at the 40 ran to
restore life was used without avail.In occasion when called upon given ; one daughter. Miss Geraldine -
Today we are faced with a like the 8. A penalty took it back to
of the word a liberally of his time money and
every sense Florence Barstow of Arcadu: '
situation in the Lake Area. This the 13 and from there Carr passed -
"first citizen", Mr. Stuckey was II' energy to aid in the development and two grandchildren. Friendly
settled 0"1the
problem can never to Snyder who carried it across
of adventurous of a better county in which to live,
the vanguard pioneers and Jerry Barstow of San Diego. above solution because the from the 10.

who suffered hardships and and California. her children with n
Mother loves
WHEREAS his assistance, wise In the second quarter Pahokee
heartaches to carve a rich agri- Other survivors are his wif, love that will not seperate itself
got two points a safety resulting
and undaunted
counsel encouragement
cultural empire out of the wild Mrs. Mabel West Barstow twoeons. from her children and she has a

Everglades. He arrived by boat on spirit has meant so much: Thomas Carleton Barstow of faith that is strong "God will Pro- from three successivefumbles

the East Shore of Lake Okeecho- in making Palm Beach County a St. Louis. Missouri and Don Curtis vide". She has held this faith by St. Ther'sa and near
the end of the half touchdownwas
better in which to live a
bee in 1910 and accepted the chal- place Barstow of South Bay. and one through the years and through
scored by Carr who took a
lenge of the wilderness he found. BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED daughter. Miss Ruth Elizabeth hours and days. This arti 1t'
of on his own 25 and scamperedfor
that the Board of Directors pass
His activities in the development ,
many publicmindedcitizens
Earstow of Iowa City Iowa. is written to ask
dirt. In the third period
Resource pay
the Palm Beach County
of this country led him for their help and suggestions.
He was a member and vestryman Carr scored again on a 35yardrun
Board in session -
far and wide to state and national Development (She will not part with her
of St. Martin's Episcopal
assembled this 23rd day of around right end and then
for the
capitals to fight fearlessly
express Church at Clewiston. having been children.) took a from Connell on his
1948 does hereby pass
interests of the Glades. He was is 29 old. sic
The Mother years
its profound sorrow and regret confirmed at Trinity Church. Boston. own 45 for still another TD. In
chairman of the Florida Vegetable that
and dignity
and does hereby extend to his Mass. He was also a memberof has a beauty | the final quarter Jackie Thomas
Commission a member of the within her own soul
wife/ and members of his family its Kremmerer Lodge No. 33, F. glows so deep would freshman fullback got into the act
Everglades Co-operative, her
and A. M. Kemmerer. Wyomingand that to look upon you
and unanimous sympathy when he plunged through center
past master of Everglades Lodge profound dream the heart was a tur-
of the Lake Worth Consistory.. never from the one-yard line for a TD. AlIpt'Ctat"Ular
211. F&AM court jester of the and moil of grief and worry. She hiss
finish was given to the
Order of Shriners. past president BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED four children a girl 11. a boy 9. a

of the Pahokee Rotary Club. that this resolution be spread upon Miss Sibyl Jensen girl 4. and a boy 2'*. The father (>ftht' game when Snyder grabbed a pass

member of the IOOF and BPOK the minutes of the Board. with three older children died of from Carr on the midfield stripe
Heads Rainbow GirlsMiss and shook off half-dozen wouldbe -
directed to his family and a
lodges and the Order of Eastern copies Cancer six months before the bary

Star. He was one of the foundersof the press of Palm Beach County. girl was born. The mother was left tacklers to score just as tbgame
this 23rd day of September Sibyl Jensen was installed ended.
the Pahokee First Methodist Signed penniless after the doctor bills
worthy advisor of the Pahoke Score
by quarters:
Church and has served on thchurch's 1948. and burial expenses were
Iverson." President Rainbow Girls Assembly No. 16 a: hospital Pahokee 13 8 12 12-4!'
executive board continuously Ray taken care of. She was not able to
Palm Beach" County Resources a meeting,: in the Masonic Hil St. Theresa 0 O 0 O-O
since it was first organized work for several months until hr

In the field of politics he served DevelopmentBoard. Monday night. third child was born. She workeJ .. .
Other new officers inducted were
alt mayor of Pahokee and in 1944 hard and wa able to get help with
Miss. ,: Loretta Wilson associat Mrs. Frank O'Connell of Can!
was a candidate for Congress froM Attest: the children on her war time job

the newly created Florida Sixf R. J. Blank. Manager. worthy advisor: :Miss Johanna MeKinstry. and finally married again but alas Point is recuperating nicely in St.

District. As a business mane he nu'only - Charity; Miss Barbara like many war marriages;:: this one Mary's hospital in"ut Palm
Wilkinson. Hope Miss Vera Keen Beach after undergoing a maj >r
supervised farming operations Beautification Plan did not work out and a divorce was
Faith: Miss' Clara Baxter dnl: of this
1 operation there on Monday
over an extensive acreage of the only solution. She was left expecting -
I HallA leader Miss Patsy Jensen. Love:
Library Study : week.
Glades land but also operated a another baby and the
Miss Laurie Rogers religion: Mis
modern fertilizer works and ice Father after returning to Civilianlife .
Marlene Williams patriotism: Miss
plant. beautifying program to hr.prove has never been in a position togive month to month and till the children

Surviving are his wife. Mrs.; the appearance of the library Pauline Dawling. service; Miss any support to his child. are not receiving even th"

two and study hall at the Pahokee. Linda Sue Cowart. nature: Mu live In "'
Isadore Stuckey: daughtersMrs. This family could not necessary food Item ct fruit nn

R. Sam Yo Jf'Y. Miami an t High School has been launches Janie Hamilton. immortality; MissAnna housing project because you couH butter, no meats.

Mrs. William! H. May. Pahokee; by Mrs.' J. R. York. assistant pnn. Lee Hurt. chaplain: MissBetty only make $2;) OOO salary and more Ye, the Community CheM has

three brothers. Van and Charles cipal. and Miss Ruth Dors..}". librarian Jane Hick. confidential ohserver than that had to h P made to support helped twice in a large amount but
Watson mite:
Stuckey. Pahokee. and Bain e assisted by the Pahoke Miss Shirley a family of fi\e. No other it ran not continue ai a regular

Stuckey. West Palm Beach; on Chapter. Future Farmers of Ame.- observer; Miss Patsy Geiger ('h< irdJrf'Ctor rentals were available under $.5 OO thing as they have r.umeroM
and Miss Yvonne Fras .
sister Mrs. Emma )MacArthur ica. per month so the fmtly moved toa emergency calls Kind hearte-1

Jacksonville and four grandchild Fund derived from library fine musician. Mrs. Ila How ell and Mr small community about year friend cannot curry the burden

and FFA contributions have Ivenused and Mr"_ P L. Friend of Canal and a half ago thinking: it woullbe without depriving their families

ren.Funeral held to purchase palm which were Point were installed number 0: find home, cheaper
Services were at easier to a The Mother of these four children -

the Pahokee First Methodi. potted by the FFA bays and now the advisory board rent and better opportunities for U a Christian Mother who no-

Church Sunday at 2 p. m.. with adorn the" library and study hall. Installing officer was Mi 1 5 the children. only sends her children Sunday

Rev. Carson T Bowes: pastor offloating. their" dark green fronds standing Yvonne Fraser retiring worthy The mOlt money this mothei" School and Church last who gee,

Active pallbearers were out in pleasing contra to the soft advisor. She was: assisted by Mi** could make was $3. (1) per week herself when she has rx-t sewed *II

John A, VuI3n '. Terry L. Sellers. two-tone green of'the newly decorated Delonna Jones' marshal I: Mr?. Etta: out of which she paid $20OO a night or has nothing to 'II''ar. Sh*

Jess' M. Elliott E. L. Pope" Harold room'! Mae Friend chaplain Mrs Jenn.e; week for help. $9 /)0 per week for ha children who are a emi.t: I.

Rosenberg and Olaf B >e. It is hoped by the *pon'rs the -1'Kin..tr, recorder and Miss R4t.Fa ., iunrte. two school children all 1 any Community W. i\\ trained!

Interment* at the WomilawrCemetery. these beautiful palms will form a >e Hurt recorder. three at home. $2 OO deductJ clean at al! tim"! She does not

West Palm Beach wit nucleus of a large collection of Mis Fraser wa presented witha from MIa!)'. se had $4 (t) left for date, drink nor even go In a show

member of the Pahokee Masons. : potted ornamental plants to b- gift from the assembly in appreciation incidental*. more than once a year She t* fs *

Lodge participating in the bum added to the school from time t.J of her services r* This family receives $ ;/) on State type at genuine' Aror.<"an Mother

rites Berry's Funeral Home was i n time and which will be available worthy advisor daring,: tie pa tv Aid to rvpendant Children which I with ideal necessary to raise i th-

charge ft arrangements for decorative purposes at commencement ar. pars the on'y rental they her kind of ehiMr Arr.erwart*.

... . exercise school plays - been able to find $5O no per month Children mho will net keep tv

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilkinac; and other community social al- Mr*. B XV Won.! recurred Tuf*- and the other $1000 pays Lie Juvenile Court buy, but will wee

are expected to arrive t ere this fairs. day from a three weeks' visit wits water and part of the Lght but be able to do this without breaking:

weekend en a visit. Mr. Wilkinson . her on-tn-law and daughter ),fro They receive moo pr month tu health completely

married Florence Elizabeth Cole, W A. Dade of Fort Laudrda'* and Mn. Charles A. Baker and which can not pojMitly buy fc**!. What would you .;oc rtt'*

in Delaware on Sept. 4. according was. a bumnea visitor here oni granddaughter. Linda Carol in I ctotiunr.: ice. milk fuL etc. So Answer Mr X car of tt* Editor _

to word received fcy relative I Tuesday. Gainasv lM. I Mtoralty U* WhIF fron cf this Paper.