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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 15, 1948
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Public Hearing At Must Obey SignalsOf Rotary Governor Baby: Blue Devils Win Pahokee PTA Make

Safety PatrolThe From Belle Glade


Pahokee City Hall newly organized Safety Pa- Will Visit Pahokee I George Tucker's Pahokee Junior Final Plans For


trol at Pahokee Schools went oa High football eleven opened th;

Tuesday, Oct. 19"Pursuant duty for the first time Tuesday of Club On ThursdayThe i iI season auspiciously Thursday Halloween PartyPlans

this week after receiving instruc- I night of last week by downing the

tions from Police Chief A. F Belle Glade Juniors, 6 to 0, on Lair
to section 6 of the Rotary Club of Pahokee willon I for the annual Halloween
Morgan at the PTA meeting Monday Field. I
River and Harbor Act approved Thursday Oct. 21, welcome carnival and party for children of
night.Members. It was a nip and tuck affa.r
March 2, 1945, the District Engineer Morton McDonald Governor of the I the community were announced At
of the patrol art throughout with the breaks goingto
baa been directed to make 167-B District of Rotary Inter the October meeting: of the Pah,*-
the Blue Devils the
Vaughn Wilson "Bobby Bush. baby In sec
Channel to Pahokee on Lake national, which includes 25 Rotary kee Parent-Teacher Association
Thurmond Kemp and Bobby ond quarter when Bobby Schroderscampered
Okeechobee.In Clubs along East Coast of Floridafrom held Monday night in the high
Howell who will direct traffic around end to pay dirt
order that the required report DeLand and Daytona Beachto school auditorium. The carnival
through the school's-safety zone an from the seven yard line shortly
the Public Key West Mr. McDonald i"PresSdent will be held under the
may fully cover matter a ofa floodlights
Main Street; also Nealy Johnson. after he made a 40-yard return
Hearing will be held in the City I of Lair Field Saturday evening,
Holton Herring, Pat Elliott and Belle Glade punt.
Hall, Pahokee, at 10 a. m.. on Val Cabaldon who will be on dutyin s. - Oct. 30. sponsored by PTA in cooperation -

TueSday Oct. 19, 1948. I with civic organizaitons.
front of the elementary schoolon
For your information, there Is SE First Street. .n Cub Pow Wow Slated Mrs. A. D. Beverly was nameJ

no "Federal project for a channelto Badges and belts for the patrol For Oct. 16 At W.P.B. chairman of the committee In

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Pabokee; however the existing charge of arrangements. In tae
have been ordered. Members\ will

project for the Caloosahatchee be on duty for one-half hour before Chairman Thomas S. Goddanl i past Canal Point children hate

River and Lake Okeechobee Drainage the opening of school during announces that the Gulf StreaM i joined Paliokee children for the

Areas to which a channel to the lunch hour and immediately Council is holding their first CU') I carnival at Lair Field but this

Pahokee would be related provides after the close of school. Chief Pow Wow for Cub Leaders. Saturday -I year the Canal Point PTA will entertam -

principally for north and south Morgan warns motorists that patrol October 16th. at St. Ann's i Canal Point children at a

chore levees, and a cross-Sta't members are representativesof School. Third and North Olive, I separate carnival on the Cam]

waterway at least 8 feet deep witha the police department and their West Palm Beach. Point school grounds, it was an

side channel to the municipal signals must be strictly obeyed. :Mr. Goddard stated that the Pov nounced.In .

:yacht basin at Fort Myers and a . Wow would be a training cours a report on PTA membership

basin at Stuart. for Cub Leaders and would consistof given by Duncan Padgett it was

All interested parties are invitedto Stafford Resigns As four sections. disclosed that teachers were enrolled -

be present or represented at the i Service Officer :Mrs. Harry Bennett West Palm 100 per cent in the 200 pal]-

above time and place including representatives Bf'acb.ill have charge of the up membership to date. The goal

of .Federal, State, Game Section and will be assistedby I of 300 members is expected to be
I. J. Fissure Jr. of Pahokee
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county and municipal agencies a number of Den Mothers and i reached by the November meeting.
last week selected to succetl
and those of commercial Indust- was will teach the playing and directing New PTA year boob were presented -
James A. Stafford Veterans ,
rial, civic highway railroad and as of games. to members at the mertJ4ir.TMr -
of The.AhfctraVI Corporation
waterway transportation interests,; i Offkwcrf--'tM.Everglades at'tha Pack Administration will be u i- *. D. W. Cunningham, president
regular meeting of the Glades Vet- in DeLand and is a member I
and property owners concerned. der the direction of A. F. Funk- announced plans to send local delegates -
erans Service Committee. Stafford. of the Rotary Club of DeLand.Mr. .
They win be afforded full oppor- house of Lake Worth, who will be to the PTA County Council
McDonald will visit the Rotary
whose takes effect : -
tunity to express their views con- resignation! assisted by several Cubmastes meeting in Lake Worth on Oct. 19.
Club of Pahokee to advise and I
November
is the insurance
1. entering !
cerning the character and extentof who will teach Pack Managementand She also reported that the Pahc-
business with the EquitableLife assist President V. L. Geiger Secretary -
the improvement desired and th- Program Planning.The kee Cub Pack, sponsored by PTA
E. J. Carlton and other
need and advisability of its execu Assurance Society. Of-I Handicraft Section will b* has been completely reorganize 1
ficers of the Club matters
on
Ralph Freeman. chairman of the
tion. Sponsors of the improvement: I under the direction of, Mrs. A. A. for the coming year with four de-i*
to Club administration
lauded tw taming
veterans
are urged to present pertinent committee Warner and Mrs. Joseph lIod sor. active. A letter was read from Mr.
work Staffor I Rotary service activities. He is one
factual material bearing upon the accomplished by I froth of Lake Worth who will h- C. A. Shive thanking PTA for to*!
of tN 10 District Governors cf !
his 15-month and
general plan of improvement desired during tenure assisted by a number of Den 1fothI I gift presented her in appreciationof
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International who aresripervising
and the economic justification expressed the regrets of the conrmttee Rotary I t'rl. acting some 25 simpl her 10 years of service as cafeteria -
his the activities of fIIO":ie65e11)
of the undertaking. Opposing in accepting iesignttion. '([crafts related to Cub Advance supervisor.
** Clubs which have amernbreship
he add*!. Rotary
interests if any. are also urged to "However wc;I of 320,0on bU"ir.t"Hnnd tnfnt.I The monthly attendance award

State the reason for their position.It feel that we are fortunate in oV SOcountries > Roscoe Braddock of Belle Glad went to Mrs. Tommie Lee D1-!

would be particularly helpful taining a man of Frasure's background professional executives in I will be a.sistfd: by a number 0: Bo es sixth grade and Mr*. S.:*

if the sponsors of the improvement and ability to take over theduties. and geographical. regiorsth Larders demontratir r Cub Orej Shirley's i : first grade room (a ti.lat
bout the worM."hen.cr
!-ou
would present specific data i j monies. Dramatizations and En- the elementary school and to
reviewed the work -.* '\ Rotary Club are located -
at the tearing on the df'pth.id.h Freeman ;, !"it-vrrr'ent.: Bovd Vorhee of th' the ninth grade at the high school
simiUrto
and location of channel desired; the veterans service office duringthe their activities; are Pih 'local' Pack expressed hope of hay Mr*. G. Lawton Sims program
of
: those cf the Rotary Club -
the number, size and type of fiscal year ending September based j jing: several local Den Mothers an i chairman presented a program or,

craft now based at Pahokee, wivi 30. pointing out that! the Glad.1 I kee because ji't'nf'ral.they are on- ''f>*nmJtt eTen take part in eacv "Home. School: and Community
four the same objectives4r:
led other
office the
similar information for craft expected understanding a'd i[of the Training !sessions. Safety.: ** Mrs. Elsie! Sims spoke t-n
better
to use the desired channel; offices in practically all pt-a velopmg at1 I Th program will tart SUurdi-' "How to Prevent Accidents in th"

the amount and nature of pre;- the highly specialized work.r.. fellowship among business aftrer.ooru October 16th. at 2 p. m. Homo." Police Chief Altman J:
annual shows! 323 claim; I' professional! :' rren. promoting com
ent and prospective water-bor:"; report and will include a Blue and ColdRan'p'et Morgan introduced members of tt<*

commerce; and a description ar!i filed; 120 applications for hospitalization munity-betterment undertaking of business at 6:30 And will close bv newly organized School Safe'y
I raising' the standards:'
I treatment
estimate of the benefits or saving* miscellaneous and outpatient forms executed i'and profession: an-1 fostering tf. 9 p. m. The local Packs plan t ) Patrol and asked! the public to ooor -
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expected to result from the desired vn4"rstanding carry handicraft: exhib material: >erate with the patrol while It U
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.'j'pt'l"'onal advancement of good: will
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2.14 letters" written;
Improvement. Information is also ; I' all tJr and homemade games. directing traffic through theschool's
interviews! ; anJ $354,00)worth ) and peace among
desired on the terminal facilities: safety zone' State': Hip-
of GI insurance tate.l"Our peoples of the' world.
rem!
available nnd which may be provided office recovers in cash for Each year, this world-wide service Sea Scouts To Take I way Patrolman W F. Kaufman. in _
by local interests for Increased I a talk on "Parental Ile< p >n! lbmtv
continues 10crow
veteran aid their dependents in organization CruiseFrank
Training Children for tfceHighways"
needs of commerce. to Safety on
and in strength.Dnrine
in numbers
this area a total of $123.477.24-
Oral statt'ment.111 be heat I. warned parent
and we operated on $>.'39.9t. mo' the last' fiscal year 321 Glhs: was! elected firs: '
but for of record all important against: allowing their children todrive
accuracy .
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than $.60) under our budget "* new Rotary Clubs were orJ:1: !ze'- mate r-f the Pahoker Sa Scout
facts and cars without proper licenseand
argumentsrhould ,I Chairman Freeman concluded. in 35 countries of North. Soutland Patrol at the annual election of officers
: be submitted in writing in '. training.
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F.ur
- Central America.

as the records of Following, the program a social
quadruplicate and the Islands of tie .
TI"BF.RCTLOSIS FIGHT Asia. Africa chosen second mate and Ken-
the hf'aringill be forwarded for hour wa enjoyed at the *c!:',olcafeteria
BEING INCRF\SEn Pacific.! r.fth Join!on. }"Oo'man. Perry
consideration by the Departmentof where refreshment! tt
GAINESVILLE Stepping: u? . Duke patrol kSpper.! presided at
the Army. Written statements homemade cake and Bherbrt were

M&handt..l to Willis! F. Teals. its energetic fight against tuber- the meeting served by Mrsx 1 f:. L. Pope. blfp1ta1.ty -
cul 'si!'. the Florida Tubrculo ACTION POSTPONED The patrol dumisAed plans fv .
Colonel Corps of Engineers District chairman.: assl ted by Mr"
and Health: Association held tore joining other !sea scout unit alone Erecks
Sellers Mrs. Parn..11 .
Terry
at the or
Engineer beforehand.Democratic meeting. regional institutes this week conducted MOUNT DORA. Action on th > the F.a"t! Coast on a training cruise! Mr K. P Holt. Mr. E. F Mel2rosin. -

mailed to him the extension divisionof i plant Miami Oct. 23-::1. The
by proposed municipal power to Mri J V Tboma }Irll. H

. tie University of Florida. sessions here has been delayed by city officials J"Itroln Nerd the P.br.kt'l! M, McIrtosX Mr. Curtis C".*+ .
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Gubernatorial Nominee btolr.jib.ld/ at Mariann in order that complete information .West Palm Beach I Mm. B. Elliott and frs. K. M.

Fuller Warren has invited Uu Jacksonville and West Palm on a proposal from the Duke gave a descnrtxn: of the Meredhth C'O-hOllt.-

heads of Central and South American Beach. Florida Power Corporation flower r Navy P-C on whirls the cruisewl'l i

government; a* well as governors .. rates can be corsidered. be rsade .

of 4? other states to attend his The city cf Winter Haven vote 1recently City officials decided to obtain James H. Wiliwi. Kout exci- Mr*_ W H. May was abl to return .

inauguration at Tallahassee. January to purchase tte water the information before deciding t-, tire told cf plan for obtaining a borne Saturday from Jajrkaow

4. which promises to be the cUatnb.Ucn.ttm.. heretofore either continue buying power from chip for the local petrol to rt on Memorial Hospital M &ml. when

biggest event of its kind eve.- provided by the Tampa Electric the power company or building a training cruise on Lake Okectobee. *- she rrcer.tlv underwent operations

staged In Florida. Company for S432.00O. municipal LgM plant ce feer arm.Fsfa6lshed .



Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday. October 15,194

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THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Good Roads Are 1 pense for 1&KM7 was $2,52S- No. 1, because of the fact that it
886.07. means better roads in the counties
the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region Necessary For All Of These school children are the throughout the state.

Established 1924 Published Every Friday Our School BussesTALLAHASSEEAsoneofth most precious thing moving over .
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Florida highways. Nothing shouldbe
spared toward making their Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weathers of

trip a safe one. Unsurfaced road' Miami were called to Pahoke
i_ The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office for
many reasons supporting Goo are highly undesirable. In some Monday by the critical illness of
I' In Canal Point. Florida aa Second Class Matter Roads Amendment No. 1 on November counties they force children to her mother Mrs. W. P. Walker.
2. the Florida Good Roads
leave home in darkness and return
Paul Rardin Owner Editor PublisherIt's Association stresses that good .-
home in darkness. The grave ._ _.
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gotten so you've got to be awfully careful of the kind highways are vital to the exten- danger to health education and -
sive operation of school buses in
of girl you go out with these days.-Musician Artie Shaw. aU of the state. morals becomes apparent. Breakdowns -
5 . parts on unsurfaced roads in isolated HEY FOLKS!
Most people do not realize how areas expose children to
We've given everything to date we're stark naked
up ; important surfaced roads are to other dangers. The Florida Cool
and haven't even our shirt to lose at another conference.- Florida school children who need Roads Association contends this is I

James K. Pollock, special advisor to Gen Lucius D. Clay. regular and safe transportation to unnecessary. Prince TheatreTuesday t
asss ? and from school. School bus rout scrisscross New surfaced roads wou'd

I do not believe that we should fight inflation by puttingthe each county of the greatly lower transportation costsas

average American family through the wringer.-Presi- state. Unfortunately. 40 percent of well as lessen the possibility' of Wednesday
dent Truman. these routes are unsurfaced whicU i accidents. Within a very short
sssss means more breakdown and higher -I time a large number of new buses
transportation costs. Surface-1 have had to be purchased throughout -
Some kind of world government is bound to come eitherin
roads on the other hand mean the state because the bus
our generation or the next. Otherwise the world tends to safe economical and regular trans- took such a beating from the poor Family NightChildren

commit suicide.-Prime Minister Jawaharal Nehru of India. portation for school children.The roads that they could not be keptin
s a a s latest figures available indicate operation.A .

There can be no tyrant, there can be no dictator, in Amer- there are 1.521 school bUS recent survey reveals that a Under 12
ica if the people in the communities control their elections.Gov. in Florida. The elementary junior bus will tend to last at least 30

J. Storm Thurmond of South Carolina. high and senior high school sfJ- percent longer when used only 'm
sssss dents using these buses amount to I surfaced roads. Gasoline oil. tire Freewhen

06,857, a large portion of the and other maintenance cost is
When you put your own money in a (moving) picture, I
total school enrollment th
in
? correspondinlv cheaper.
discover that eventually out of mone-Dick i accompanied by
you you run
tat*. These buses cover 68.740 Many school authorities in various -

Powell, Hollywood actor turned.s. .producer.. miles a day. nearly three times tic parts of the state, realizing their parents
distance around the earth. Duri"; importance of the highways
We don't tell you you'll get run over by an auto next Sun- he school year these buses trawl have been urging their friends to

day but if you were run over, a study of your horoscope the 12,373.200 miles. The operating ex support Good Roads Amendment i

day before might have warned you it was not a good day to -

travel.-Ernest A. Grant, Washington economist and astrology -

enthusiast. ]
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We (Americans) have too long concentrated on how to "It's for you Mary . _

make good, how to get ahead . We have neglected to tel!

our young people that democracy is a two-way street-that fake it in (
room
with its benefits comes the necessity for also giving ser up your

vice.-Gen. Omar N. Bradley.
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Sure Cure I

"What's the trouble with people who drink like fish?" .< ,- _
"They don't drink what the fish do.:Winter Haven I Ir :

Herald.

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In A Rut

. Ole, the Norwegian. always; argued with John the Swede,

about the merits of their respective nationalities. In one extremely -

hot argument, Ole said vehemently: "John. I wa

born a Norwegian, I'm going to live a Norwegian, and I'll diea i.tt
Norwegian." h .

"Ole," John replied, with measured sarcasm, "don't you '
have an ambition?**Stewart News.< th t-

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Some ConsolationThe

screen "discovery" was disconsolate. "Did you see
how that critic panned me?" he wailed to the producer. .h. ;

"Forget it," replied the latter expansively. "That guy's a.

nothing more than a parrot. He only repeats what. everybody 3 J
else is saying.-Reader's Digest.

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Boyet Receives Miss Lois Echols tis l. Extension' telephones

Education Award Enter Nursing School i in easy-to-get-to

'tea places:! ave time and
Catherine P. Boyet of Monroe, !
has been awarded the ATLANTA Ga. - Miss Lo" 4. ; R steps, afford privacy
annual College Echols. i 4
daughter of Mr. and Mrs
of Education on the telephone.
scholarship fi>-
Grady Terrel Echols Canal Point
the outstanding entering sophomore is of
one the 25 Florida student
announced E. B. Roberts.
in a record class of 85 in the
dean of the College of FAu atlon.
Collegiate School of Nursing
Selected from 18 contestant,
Emory University 'according to
all honor students Miss Boyet
announcement by Miss Julia Miller !.
had the highest scholastic average Now
dean of the 8<'hooLThe Enjoy
and "she excelled in personal qualities -
as ",.well Dean Roberts said. student nurses come largely!
The scholarship is provided by from the Southeast, although som-
from as far away as New Tor. Extension Conveniencein
the University Board of Supervisors Telephone
and New Mexico said Miss MillerEmory's .
and
continues in effect
Collegiate School or
through three years, or until the
Nursing offers a four-year
student graduates. cours in home
leading to a Bachelor of Science! any room your
Other
contesting students whoaacademic !
degree in Nursing. The first tw.
averages exceeded 2.0
years are spent in the College of
were: Joan Savesnn. Mary Louis!
Arts and Sciences; the last two in An extension telephone saves time steps
Hair. Betty Dean Platt. Alvin J.
Navarre. Marilyn A. Terrabonne, professional training. and trouble. It improves your service
"The acute .
shortage of
Gloria Joy Com ish. Catherine Ann continue" the dean pointedout. nurse.still I : and makes your telephone more valuable
Moore, Marian Emma RuothaU.Elizabeth .
: Anne Haynes. Robert L The end of the war did nc: """ _-_ by increasing its usefulness. Extension

Lois Hattoii.Joan Anne Achee.Bryan Morrell Bornman Claunch. bring trained a nurses decline because in the demand of the fr increased r- JjAFI\: 1,1 telephones can now be installed in homes

Jacqueline F.1lt'nJ..r. Sarah M. emphasis placed upon 5k1 ; L at small cost. You don't need to write us
hearth: an-1
Pharos and Jeanne Augusta lau!- d seaee. Thenf'f'd the prevention for o! '. or come to the office. Just call our Business -
women t;)
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din.L. S. U. School Paper.Mr.
enter the field of nursing i* greater Office.
tod." than before."
and Mrs. Bing Doering left y ever

Thursday on a visit to Ohio. -- .-=' et c- Ordert for ",..i" trltpkont armies art tomrttmrfdtayrd

krcamr of ,kortafft. ./ ertral offtrr aJotkrr
George. Claude McLarty. Jr.. an IN AN EMERGENCY tq\iifrmet, tchifk art mot imrolrrd is A.
CHILLS ft FEVER of Mr. and Mrs G. C. McLarty: oPahokee. iittallolur of exttntion tetrpkonrt. Tlat't *Ayyp
left Thursday for For: An extension' telephone at your bedside can wow get rtrio trbpAowr..fAorpkaffords

DUE TO MALAlIAIEUEYED666 Jackson. S. C-. to enter trai ir., comfort and protection. there may aril>.. delay in funtUkinf alas f,:#-
in the U S. Army. For the past "A"JI" terrier.
two rears while attendingPaho-
kee High School be has been employed -

I as mej**njter boy at ti SOUTHERN BElt TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANYPage
local Western Union office.
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; -facIng traffic. I II
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: II' son !killed facing: traffic three were killed walking with traf- ;

: fic. 24 Floridians lost their lives and 33 were injured walking I Ij

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; .. daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and
: dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing

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II. Never assume you are safe when walking on the highways

MAKE -many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable
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!i I A NAIIT tims increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hit-and- I
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to the seven where Julian Snyder McLarly Mullis girls will assist Mrs. Jordan wits pital, Miami, and ;Bay' Fines
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Blue Devils Will went through right tackle for a serving. Hospital near Clearwater. which
and Joe Carr kicked
touchdown Attendants for the Joan Mc- Plans for the supper were completed is the chief project of the year for
the extra point. The Trojans surged -
Play At Delray I back in the second quarter with Larty-J. W. Mullis wedding to b_ at an auxiliary meeting at I the auxiliary.At .

two touchdowns and one solemnized at the Pabokee Firs I the home of the president Mr. the conclusion of the meeting

Beach Tonight sion making the score 13 conver-I Methodist Church Saturday Oct. Lois Mock. Tuesday night. Mrs. refreshments were served by Mrs.
Mock. Mrs. Beth Willis. Mrs. Eva
the
Sileen
on
favor of the visitors at the end of 23. at 5 p. m., have been announcedas Gray gave a report
r i making of comfort items for vet- Spooner and Mrs. Rethelle DOGI -
the half. follows: I I
The Pahokee Blue Devils travelto The Bluee Devils dominated the Mrs. David Bleech sister of the erans at the Pratt Memorial Hoe- I row were visitors.

Delray Beach tonight to takeon third quarter and again forge bride, matron of honor; Miss Mary --
the Seahawks in thier first ahead -after making a- touchdownthe Mullis. sister of the bridegrooia. - -

game of the season away from hard way driving from thier maid of honor; Miss Clarice Naso.1 I
home. The Pahokee eleven despite own 15 to the Lake Worth five and Miss Patsy Elliott brides- :

their defeat by Lake Worth Friday where Hueston Connell leaped maids; Montine Doolittle and :1 Have You Eaten At. . j
night are rated on even terms through center for paydirt. Carr's Lindra Kendrick. junior brides-

with the undefeated Seahawks wh' kick was again good for an extra maids; David Bleech best man;
have won three in a row but got a I point. The fourth stanza was a [Sandra Lampi flower girl; Allen LOLA' \

scare in barely outpointing SS sad one for the tiring Pahokee Pope ring bearer; Bobby Blakey ilI
Peter and Paul of Miami 14 to 1?. first stringers who failed to stop'rojan and Danny Mullis. candle lighten: . . In Canal Point? il

last week. Back Bob Barus when he Lynn Elarbee James A. Stafford.

Coach Clyde Alley and his assistant received a Blue Devil punt on his Frank Gillie and Sam Williams.

William Howard. have own 30 and raced down the sideline ushers. I At Triangle Restaurant in the r
been busy this week trying to build 70 yards for a TD. Near the Robert O. Lampi. vocal soloist. :

up the reserve strength of their end of the game the Trojans start- will sing on the program of nuptial : PackingHouse Area you will find

team.It ed a vicious drive from their own music. Rev. Carson T. Howes will I

is the opinion of many fans 26 that went through the Blue officiate.No LOLA serving the. . '

had the Blue Devil reserved Devil line like a hot knife through formal invitations are being
strength been up to par last week butter down to the Pahokee sis issued but all friends of the coupleare VERY FINEST OF GOOD FOODS: \

the local eleven would not have where Trojan Fullback Sheppard invited to attend the weddingand ; 'I

suffered a 25 to 14 defeat from the ailed around end to score. the reception which will followin -: Mrs. Lola McBane, Prop. : !
hands of the Lake Worth Trojans.The In tonight's game Alley will the woman's clubhouse. I
Blue Devils scored first in the probably start Ted Johnson left - I

first quarter when they recovereda end; Lee Wroten left tackle: Bobby Plans Made For
Trojans fumble on the Lake Peacock left guard; Georg2
moved the ball up Spaghetti Supper -- --- -
Worth 30 and Sims center: Charles Phillips

right guard: Raymond Caruthen. I ...... .. : )., )+ )-. ,
'Jr., right tackle; Donald Danson. A benefit spaghetti supper will > a

right end: Joe Carr quarterback; be held at the Woman's Club building Office Machine Headquarters

Classified AdsFOR Julian Snyder left half Hueston Saturday Oct. 16, starting at *
Connell. right half and Jackie 6:30 p. m.. under the sponsorship] Underwood Typewriters .

Thomas fullback. He is also takIng of the American Legion Auxiliary. <. Sundstrand Adding Machine .:.
SALE: New and used Willys along as substitutes Ralph Post 90. Tickets for adults will be a Marchant Calculating Machines

Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage In Chaney. Stanley Hooks. Bernard $1 and* for children under 12. 50 : A. B. Dick Mimeographs 't'4r'

Belle Glade. Phone 126. ..Jl1cb8EFl'10 Justice. Ronnie May. Clarence cents. The committee in charge of Elliott Addresso GraphsF V

Pad ett. Russell Sims. Lennw arrangements includes Mrs. JonnT. .:. & E Check Writers .:.

cleaned tanks and and repaired.grease hone:>traps> Stuckey. Richard Tills Jacc Pickett decorations; Mrs 4?: HALSEY & GRIFFITH INC. *:
Weeks Max Wilson Lester Carmen Salvatore supper; :Mrs ,
M17c *>
2872. Bob Douthit Pahokee.
Holmes. David Ramey and Trevette Dot Carlton. salads; Mrs. J. E. x Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach
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WELL DRILLING: See Bob Weeks. Wilson tickets; Mrs. Kitty Jordan. .
Douthit. Pahokee. Fla. Phone i serving. A group of high school .X x.1fI1IP Nef4aN r r :ltaN r :...:...:NaNaN r :.4:'Nrf*r :N:...:NaN r :-r'bG i.

S872. July 16cr
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FOR SALE: 7 Unit ApartmentHouse wish to express: our deepest:;

completely furnished interior appreciation to all those who were

freshly painted this is a so thoughtful of us in our recent R.

good buy. Call 7143 or 2181. Velvet bereavement-for the beautiful JftO

I. Elliott. Reg. Real Estate Broker. flowers the words of comfort anti tIND
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St-SlOt the many kindnesses shown us. .1-
:Mrs. Ada Culberscn and t I
FOIl SALE: 6 room house within ,
one block of Pahokee Postoffic-. children. G ... GOES'E
this house needs repairs and i Is :Mrs. Ollie Batchelor: ::
Mrs. Mamie Stamps.
being sold at a bargain. Call 11 nor -
2181. Velva I. Elliott. Reg Real Mrs. Rosa Curlee IVrt

Estate Rroker. St-S10tf Andrew Culberson. y Y'TIoN
William Culberson. : 1
FOR SALE: 2 lake front lots over Robert Culberson. STATU fJ .

100 feet frontage on main high Emory Culberson and

way. Call 7143 or 2181. Velva T. families.

.Elliott. Reg Real Estate Broke

er. St-SlOt. NOTICE OF AVNIT1L MEETING OF! o'.a
LANDOWNERS OF EST REACHDRAINAGE I
MATTRESSES RENOVATED and I DISTRICT I
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We'are Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant
made to your order; ('
to call of the Board of Supervisors of I sst11f
back in business after a fire and fast Beach Drainage District the annual 0 a
have all new equipment--Glade meeting of the landowners .of
East Beach Drainage District for h"
Mercantile. Box 325 Pahokee year 1948 will be held at the office of
Phone 171. KOct.8cBALE.NAN said Dl'trtct In the Post Office Build-
Ing at Canal Point. Palm Beach Coun'v sr
Florida on Wednesday. October 27. Paci6c'
For all white indus-
: 1948. at 9 00 o'clock in the forenoon
trial debit, good guaranteed for the purpose of!

salary and liberal commission. 1. 3 Electing for a term a Supervisor of three for years Division and cross the nation from the Atlantic; to the echoes the

debit in Glades area must be per- electing a Supervisor for Division I sounds of political oratory. And literally in every one of the 48
2 covering the unezptred term of
manent resident with car. Call Mr. 1. 1. Stuckey. states Greyhound Super-Coaches are today carrying the voters of

West Palm Beach 2-3265 Collect if 2. Receiving annual reports and tak- America . their sons and daughters. Greyhound's platform remains .
interested. 2t-K-Oct. 1 Ing such action with respect thereto -
I' as the landowners may dfetermIne unchanged: with lower fares than any other transportation

: and . more frequent schedules . modern coaches that the
FOR RENT: House with 3 .beol- 3. Transacting auch other business :as set pace
rooms and two baths at Port may come before the meeting for travel pleasure and convenience. Make yours a straight Grey-
BOARD OP SUPERVISORS OF
Mayaca. Phone 2741. K-Oct22-c EAST BEACH DRAINAGE hound Ticket-because Greyhound will keep its promise to keep

DISTRICT out in front . give you the finest transportation in the nation.Chtose .
FOUND: Fishing tackle box on St By: Wm- Bloom. President.
Pub. October 8. 1$. IMSIW .
Lucie on Labor Day 1948. Owner -

may have same by identifyingand
paying for this da. Phone Pa- THE: CIRCUIT COURT. IN AND the striightGREYHOUND '
hokee 4441. FOB PALM BEICH COUNTY.

FLORIDACHANCERY NO 2J.IM TICKET,
FOR SALE: Modern Six-room LORE'r WILET MEREDITH

bonne, famished with two ear Plaintiff. .
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garage, located no Racoon Point LCDUILLA MART MEREDITH: x for CONVENIENCE
Road. Call Raymond Christian Defendant : --...
Phone 393. St. Ort 13 U NOTICE TO PPE\R 7 I-
TO: LtJDMILLA MARY MEREDITH

IDEAL BUSINESS LOCATION: 3351 Illinois'West :Crrroak Road. Chicago 23. x for RELAXED COMFORT %zUct 4 9T flsdN4d 'KdX

A home and income, genera You are hereby required to appear In
merchandise, fish and poultry. Co! the above Court on the Uth day o f
November A D 1948 at the Court GREYHOUND BUS STATION
Storage will accommodate several House In west Palm Beach. Palm Beech for REAL ECONOMY
r thousand pounds of food. 6 living. I(County Florida to answer to the Bill CrteriHjr.er Drug Store Ca U Polat.X Fa*.
cf Complaint for DSvorre filed again;
rooms connected, located on Belt
: you In the above entitled rau.. andThe
Glade-Pahokee highway at F1 1. ': Erenrla4 Neg.. a erwpaprregularly r for NATIONWIDE TRAVEL
East Coast railroad crossing. 100 i published In Palm Beach __
County. Florida I, hereby detignatec
ft. frontage. Just outside of citv I I[... the new t...<. In which this' Order
limits of Pahokee. established and f[,baa be published once each week for for
COURTEOUS SERVICE
four f"On"f"M1U" weekly Issue.
going business room for Poultry
DONE AND ORDERED: at writ Pause:
house', priced right. Some term. Bach Palm Peach County Fie
For Sale by Owner Phone 5 J ALEX ARNETTE for TOUR ENJOYMENTPage
P. O. Box 39$ Canal Clerk
of the C""rut Cent Faa
Punt Flu. St-OCt. 15-tt Beach County Florida
Circuit Court Seat>
PEPPER PLANT: California 14 By TS.dae: P PantDrpuy
C".rrkITHVDD
Wonder. S3 50 per thousand F. I WHTTTDENtwmey n
O. R Sanford. See W. A. FittJk I \ f->r palcUJfI :
Paholt. FortisI
Sanford. Fla. K-O-22-21: .
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Lottie Moon Circle !I I THEATRE ANNOUNCE Here is news that should prove
Cinematic Chatter I CHILDREN NIGHT
interesting to parents with child-
By Malcolm Millar Met Monday P. M. The Gold-Dobrow Theatres management ren this age, for this should mean

announce a great day for quite a saving in the family budget

Thundering down the road ta At a meeting of the Lottie Moon the kiddies has been introduced at . especially if they taTe a large
Circle First Baptist WMU at the
glory comes an adventure beyon the Prince Theatre. family.
home of Mrs. G. C. Connell Monday Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Every Tuesday and Wednesday
comparison.. It is the story "Be Hughes n .. .
yond Glorywith Alan Ladd ant afternoon Mrs. L. W. Mullis Pelican Lake announce the birth night will be Family Night at the
The annual convention of the
circle chairman named chairmanof of a June, at movie house. On these nights aU
Donna Reed as the stars and daughter Carylon Florida Publicity and Public Relations -
George McCready George Coui- standing committees as follows: the Everglades Memorial Hospitalon children under 12 years of age will
aharin Mrs. Margaret Thompson Bible June 9. be admitted free, when accom- Association will be held in
ouris and Henry Travis ?
billing with this popular pair of study; Mrs. J. C Mock royal ser- . panied by their parents. Tampa, Oct. 2425.
top-flight artists vice; Miss Elizabeth Caraway, mission l1RS.10LET HALL
study; Mrs. J. P. Herring,
WINS THEATRE JACKPOTIt
'Beyond Glory" is the amazinglove
home Mrs. E. E. Cole-
children's ;
took four
story of a man who had lost minutes by the
himself, and the wife of the man man community missions; Mrs. J. clock to give away the $84 jackpotat
he thought he had killed. How E. Unwin, Mrs. Axel Jensen and the Prince Theatre Tuesday Bring us your TIRE TROUBLES-
L. M. enlistment.
Mrs.
Mullis
could he ten this lovely, trusting I night ending Theatre Quiz Party

girl of a fear that was driving him On a the talk program on "Missions"Miss Carawaygave and Mrs. nights, a novel entertainment I Tires are our business, any size, any
mad . a broken memory of blurred feature that has enjoyed an extensive I

terror . a frantic, lingering Mrs.Thompson Unwin.led co-hostess the Bible, assisted study. run during the summer Iif if type to fit your particular need.PAUL'S .
doubt that whispered "You Killed months with Malcolm Millar a? i{
Mrs. Connell with the serving of

him Every!" man who stand up to lifi refreshments. - master-of Violet Hall-ceremonies.of Pahokee was the ::1 I III i iii

and licks it wants to bring his winner, and the question was: SERVICE STATION
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victory to the woman who urged: Don Beverly NamedJr. Who won the 1948V 0 rId

him on. This is action where Fellowship HeadDon Series" Of course everyone knewor II ii CANAL POINT, FLORIDA Ii I 11 11I

cowards quit early, and weaklingsnever ( should know) it was the Cleveland i i

finish at all! This is ro- Beverly was elected president Indian in the American --

mance, planned to be as excitingas of the Pahokee Methodis League who! were the victors.

a bugle call . and it is! Junior Fellowship at a reorganization I The management of the Gold- I I
See you at the movies-Mal. meeting in the church social I Dobrow Theatres has replaced this ,
. officers I stage feature with "Family Night"
hall Sunday evening. Other I
In the place of regular meetingsthis chosen to serve for three !which will admit all kiddies under ,
month the three circles of the months were Kay Friend, vie twelve Tuesday and Wednesday P 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADES

Pahokee First Methodist WSC3 president; Annette McIntosh program nights. when they are accompaniedby

will meet together at the churchon ; chairman; Judy Starling, their parents.Edwards.

Monday. Oct. 25 at 7:30 p. m. secretary; Corrine Collins, treas- .

for a sacrifical supper in observ- urer; Philip Dulany, mission study O'NealMrs. I I To Miami
ance of week of prayer and self chairman, and Ronnie Elliott, sun- 4 Buses

denial. Following the supper the shine chairman. The group choseas ;; I To West Palm Beach
circles will conduct brief burins motto for the "Follow, Fedora Edwards, daughterof
a year I
Mrs. Julia Stewart of Cocoa Dally To Ft Myers & Lakeland
sessions in the church auditorium.IN Learn and Obey. Twentytwowere
and Alton Wood O'Neal son of

present. Mrs. ".. A. Maxsev of Pahokee,
the business meetinga
Preceding
THE COUNTY JUDGFS COURT, were married at Brunswick, Ga,
IN AND FOR PALM BEACH social was enjoyed with :Mrs. G Sunday. Oct. 3. at 2 p. m. Thoceremony Glades Lines Inc.
COUNTY. FLORIDA B. Ramey, junior fellowship leader. Motor
was performed by & ,
IN RE ESTATE OF :
of refresh
in charge of the serving
L. I. STUCKEY. : justice! of peace of that city.
Deceased T ments. Mrs. Ramey is assisted in M
brief SERVING THE GLADES"YESJl
Following a wt'ddingtrit':
NOTICE TO CREDITORSYou
the fellowship work by Mrs.
junior
and each of you are hereby noti- Mr. and Mr. O'Xeal are now at
fied and required to present any claimsand Clyde Alley :Mrs. A. D. Beverty, heir home in Pahokee where he is
demands which you. or either of Mrs. C. A. Major and Mrs. Lewis
you. may have against the estate of L. employed.
L. Stuckey. deceased late of Mild Coun- Friend.
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County. Florida at his office In the
Court House at West Palm Beach. I Pahokee MYF Elect
Florida within eight calendar months
f-om the date of the first publicationof New Officers
this notice. Each claim or demand
must be In writing and must state the
place of residence and post office address Willard McCurdy was elected
of the claimant and must be president of the senior Methodist
worn to by the claimant his agent
or attorney or the same will becom? Youth Fellowship of the Pahokee
Told recording to law. Methodist Church at a meeting compGittAcmA jo/cove
DATED this 12th day of October. A.
D. 1948 Sunday evening. Other new officers
ISADORA STUCKEY chosen were Anna Lee Hurt vice
Executrix of the estate of I. L.
Yvonne Fraser, secre-
Stuckey. deceased. president;
First publication on 15th day of tary; David Ramey. treasurer, and
October. 1948.Prince. I Bobby man. Schroder, publicity chair- CHEVROLET GIVES


I The election of officers was pre-

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social hour in the recreation hall

of the church. VALUE
MORE
TheatrePahokee . .

I WSCS" HOLD MEETING I

Postponed from last week on account ,

FloridaSundayMonday of the storm, the October
meeting of the Woman's Society cf

Christian Service was held at th-
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home of Mrs. N. V. Matson (.n

Tuesday Oct. 12th. Mrs. C. L.

Oct 1718"BEYOND Stuart: presided. Both devotionals It's first in all these basicmotoring

and the program dealt with :Methodist : MOM Vae.
work in Alaska and were
,Kos. VaLe. advantages . Pmlonnanc
entitled "When Jesus Saw the
GLORY"starring Multitudes." Mrs. Vorhees aid in Riding Comfort with Economy

Mrs. Kepp led the devotional, and You'll find that Chevrolet gives There nothing like Chevrolet'
the program was presented by more riding-smoothness more world' champion Valve-in-Head
Mrs. James Miller Mrs. Pope Sears ing-steadiness on all kinds of ridFIRST IN engine...with its record of ha vinfdelivered
Alan Ladd because it has the original Unitized sere males of satisfaction -
and Mrs. J. P. Parker.
Knee-Action Ride, proved and to mart ncncrJ.over a lonftrperod.
Plans were made for several perfected by It yeas oftiptritnce than any other engine
and members to attend the Glade in building Knee-Action unit. BIG-CAR QUALITY built today..and VaNetntiraddesign
Chevrolet and i is estlusive i to Chevrolet
sub-district meeting in Pahokee on Available only in
Donna Reed October 14th. higher-priced cart! and hiahp ccd cw!

Mrs. Maxsnn served apple and -- at LOWEST PRICES : p.
cherry pie a-la-mods and coffee
to sixteen. M


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I Shrubs andWreesALL ;' in All-round misty In Beauty and Luxury

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Chevrolet brings you the /ourfeJJ You know that there's cny n*
safety-protection of Fisher .trader in Else eoachcrah-Body EyLnuterlfody.Corutructson.safety
: : VARIETIES : Fisher! It's irorW-fanioo for
AT RETAIL
plate glass in all winJo.... the quality. beauty and Liury. hOC
Unitized Knee-Action: Ride and only in elern cWorx but minterior
aponcrtiwnti !kke '- -
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. .I: Authorized Sales and Service and this is another combination of we and ufJtJtlrry. a* .eB. And
. features found elsewhere only in 1.. Body by Puher.i toe U etcluanrc to
JACOBSEN PO'YERXD higher-priced cars! V p !... Chevrolet and K:shr-pri ..! ears

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one of those who contributed to the maiming or death of the :;:1)

hundreds of thousands who will be avto accident victims this :.
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B&PWC Observe science teacher at Pahokee Higa where he has been ill from a re- from Holland. Included in the family -
School. currence of the virus infection fc-* are Mrs. VanZonneveld, fou-
. National Week I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Steel suffered this time last )'ear. daughters, Jone, Ingrid, Karen and
------ \ and Mrs. Vivian Brookshire and Mrs. Thomas Handley and Mis. Magda; two sons, Carlos and William -
Members of the Everglades Bus- son, Tommy, were guests the past Morris Baxter have returned frwn; Jr., and his family have been
iness and Professional Woman's I week of Mrs. Steele's mother Mrs. a visit with her parents in Mac- residents here for the past eight
Club have been busy this week Among those from this area who B. It. Starling, and her brother-in- Clenny.: Tommy and Tina Handtey months and Carlos lived here for a
observing National Business Worn' attended the statewide meeting of law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Roy remained for an extended visitwith year and a half before returnirg

an's Week, Oct. 10 to 16. I celery growers, packers and dis- Segree, in Pahokee. their grandparents. to Holland several months ago.
when Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wood have O. B. McClure was re-electe.l
Activities began Sunday tributors in Avon Park Thursdaywere Mrs. Thomas Baldwin presented -
club member as a group attended H. J. Clause, J. M Elliott, S. returned to Miami after a visit: ; chairman of the executive board at a program on "Jews of Today"at
the morning service at the Pa- .' Gay, Nat Taylor and Clyde Doo- with his parents. Mr. and Mrs B. the Pahokee First Methodist a meeting of the Grace Jermgan
hokee First Methodist Church to little. W. Wood in Pahokee. Church at the annual election 'Of Circle First Baptist WMU, Tues
hear Rev. Carson T. Howes preachon Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cruthird and Mrs. John D. Rogers returne church officers. Other officers of day night. She was assisted by
"Christian Citizenship." On son. John Bennett, accompanied by Saturday from a visit with relatives the board elected were I % W. H. Mrs. Bert Carlton. Mrs. C. A. Mo-
Monday Mayor T. C. Richardson Mr. and Mrs Seth W. Boberts. in Lockhart, Ala., and Boni- Lair, vice chairman: R. J. Schrod- berg Mrs. H. C. Graham Mrs. W.
issued a proclaimation designating visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jordonin fay Fla. While in Bonifay she a*.- er, secretary and C. C. CruthirJ. M. DuBose, Mrs. C. R. Wethering-
Oct. 10-16 Business Woman's Avon Park Sunday. tended a reunion of the Williams treasurer.Mr. ton. Jr. and Mrs. R. S. Douthit.

week in Pahokee. Mrs. L. L. Stuckey is the guestof family. and Mrs. D. D. Caudill of Mrs. V,. A. Baker has returned
Tuesday noon B&PWC members her son-in-law and daughter Mrs. Frances McDonald Harlowof Lake Worth visited friends in Pa- from a visit with her son and
were guests of the Lions at thei- Dr. and Mrs. R. Sam Mosley 'n Lake Worth was the guest of hokee on Friday.Dr. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs
weekly luncheon meeting. Th Miami this week. Mrs. Sarah Thomas here over the and Mrs. R. R. Long and Charles A. Baker in Gainesville.
Lions Club program featured a Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grimes and I weekend.Mrs. daughter. Sandra were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Phillips of
talk by Mrs. Sara Creech on "Na daughter Rebecca and W. A. H. J. Clause and grandson.Jack Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson Pompano Naples visited his brother and sis-
tional Business Woman's Week." Stevens Sr. and W. A. Stevens. Stanley returned Sundae Sunday. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
The club also planed to attend the Jr. are returning this week fro nHendersonville from a visit with her son-in-Ia William VanZonneveld who has Phillips here Tuesday and Wed
City Council meeting Tuesday N. C.. where they and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harris been growing flowers in this area nesday. They were accompanied to
night but this meeting was post- spent the summer. Folds, in Sanford.R. for several years, has returned Pahokee by Lonnie Phillips who
poned. Mrs. T. S. Kirk is substituting M. (Mike) Sanders is reported _from New York City' where he returned home after a month's
The observance ended Thursday I this week for Herbert Miller as to be Improving at his homo i met his family upon the,arrival visit with his uncle and aunt.

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Gerry Atkins hostess was assisted -
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of the membership'committee..
Plans for National Business
Woman's Week were completed at
a business meeting of the club on B
of last week. Tl'
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Friday night
Honorary title of "Boss of th;
YOUR PLANS INCLUDE
Year"upon W.was H.bestowed Vann widely by the known group E SURE

grower, packer and broker. The .
club voted as its project for the
year the beautification of local
school grounds. It also voted to (1vUI.
sponsor a drink stand at the grand
opening of the public swimming aitt
pool with all proceeds to go into
the pool fund. Mrs Sarah Thomas

president presided.Mrs. .
Drois Carter, program
(chairman announced the next
social meeting of the club will be-
tell at the home of Mrs. Rethell- .
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Dobrow on Oct. 19 with Miss Lucille

Williams assisting as co- Whether you're building a home or a rental
hostess.

. unit, it's cheaper to provide for adequate

Baptist WMU Plan with than witha
Association Meeting winter heating a pencil now

saw later on. Tell your architect, or talkit
Announcement of a WMU Palm-
Lake Association meeting to be over with your heating equipment dealerS ,
held at the North wood Baptist
.before build!IHere's
Church in West Palm Beach was you
made at two circle meetings of the
Pahokee First Baptist. WMU this
week.
The Lottie Moon Circle met at
the church Monday afternoon with
Mrs. Mullis presiding. Plans were
made for a mission study of "Lightfor
the Whole World" to start the
first Monday in November with
Miss Elizabeth Caraway in charge
An executive board meeting at the
'bv
home of Mrs Horace Unwin was
called for Thursday. Mrs J. C.
Mock program chairman. presened *-
a royal service program, the
topic being "The Jew of Today."
Mrs Johnny Burdeshaw was
received as a new member of the rd's
Lucy Jones Circle at a meeting at
the home of Mrs Chester Batch
lor Tuesday afternoon. Mrs A. C.
Santo presented the devotional
program and Mrs W. H. Rogers'
chairman, presided at the business
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Mrs. T. R. Rushing of StateJ-
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boro Ca.. announces the engagement -
and approaching marriage of
her daughter Jean Stratton. to
l'ranC'is'iUiam Cross. Jr., son of II
Mr and Mrs F. "'. Cross of Canal
Point.
'
The wedding is scheduled to take
place at the First Baptist Churcn
in Belle Glade Nov. :3. at 5 p. -D.
No formal invitations are being another hot tip: Be sure

issued rat all friends of the couple
tanks have adequate fuel
are invited to attend your

oil capacity..and fill them now
CARD OF T1I\NKS
.......
I wish to thank ny frienfor
before the winter rush!
the lovely flowers and cards I received
FOR COMPLETE DETAILS
while in the hospital I appreciate
the thoughtfulness! mote CALL out omaOt

than words can express SB YOUR OHmATMIQUVMENT .
Mr. Frank OConnell DCAlfR mini PI.. 'IT ciirina'a2e

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Lewis! Friend is a patient at ... CO' .
Good Samaritan Hospital, Wet
Palm Beach, this week.