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: November 5, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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RECENT !I Fuller Warren's Covenant Some New And Many Old .

OPERATIONS By Paul. .Rardin With The People"When Faces On Vegetable Deal

I Governor I will devote four
am your diligently

years of consecrated service to the people of Florida. I
Elmer Burgess "Palm Beach This Season In The Glades
Illustrated News" found its way will energetically apply the experience I have gained in

public service in an earnest effort to make your state gov-
to our exchange desk this week.
ernment more of a blessing and less of a burden. I will --
It was the first issue. Sort of a The vegetable deal in the Ever- glades Growers Cooperative at the
Office of Governor
decendant of Tiff. The Tiff outfit never treat the as my personal pus- I
Beach State Market
glades section of Palm platform Jess Elliott
had been vacation this session but rather as a sacred trust and a solemn responsibility -
on summer i county is big business in anybody'slanguage. is still the general manager and
while the boss babied an overworked I whicii has been temporarily committed to my
It takes many fellows Homer Clause is sales manager.
ticker. While away from the keeping by the people of a great and sovereign state. At
with stamina, brains and stick-tu- Roy Vandegnft is the new president -
smell of printer's ink and roar of all times I fhall earnestly strive to so conduct myself it-iveness to master the deal and of the concern.

presses the Tiff outfit had an ides that at the end of my term as Governor you will still trust carry on from season to season. The Vandegnft-Williams con-

-an excellent one-and the result me as you did on inauguration day." Through the seasons many have cern in Pahokee will. have a new

thereof was the "Illustrated I fallen by the wayside: while other man in the person! of \\'. E. Black-
News" Printed slick sisal
on paper have been sticking to it since the well who Is in the bookkeeping de
of illustrated with
course freely ---- first car of beans went to a north- partment. Hull Packing Companywill

local news pictures it is an interesting I ern market in 1925.We be under the direction of lastyear's "
and attractive weekly. A* Conner's Highway !
Glades Motor Line thought it would be interest- personnel. Ellis Wilkinson is

outstanding aa the new publication Open For Traffic i I ing to see in print a list of the pales manager. Doing business!' at

Is, ni always have a warm spot in I I ICoaaer' major portion of the fellows woo the same old stand with the same

my heart for the old "Sunshin iSpecial" : Highway is again I Sold To Trail ways go to make up the vegetable deal crf'w"ill be W. H. Vann, Inc. Lulc-

out of which has grown I Iriff" open'' to traffic after being I here on the eastern shore of Lake Fraser is sales manager and "Bit
"Illustrated ,
"and the new closed for several' weeks on account The Glades Motor Lines made its Okeechobee. It 15 humanly impos- Farrow the bookkeeper.

News. I of flood waters' State last trip through this section on sible to get a complete listing be- Unity Farms! Inc.. will again;

I Highway crews' have patched Sunday, October 31. Trailways bus cause to mention every person connected have Graham Mole as sales!! manager -
- Here at home-next door so to I with the deal would be to and J. C. Mock as bookkeeper. -
and reopened the highway and lines took over on Nov. 1 and mad''
in Pahokee-Editor Tonv I I mention resident of Pope-Johnson Company will b?
speak It la BOW ready for traffic.Ponce their first trip on Monday morning nearly every

Santo.came outlast. week with a f . of this week..r"1. the Glades. Our list today takes under the direction of E. L. Pope.In .
Anniversary '" j in several of the packing house' i Canal Point the S. M. Jones
splendid "Second Edition" With the passing of the Glades
Will Invade operators and their salesmen aloiywith I Company will have Sultan Boyd as
of 20 pages. It was filled Line another era comes to an end
the usual group of railroad buyer and Jimmy Merrill as book-
with the stuff of which newspapersare in thia fabulous farming section
commercial agents. keeper. A. Mr. Bull will be sales
made-advertising and a pro- Lair Field ToniteLocal of Palm Beach county. It was
Railroad has the State MarketT.
The Seaboard as manager. Out at
portionate amount of interesting back in 1926 that Ed Kettner and
Belle H. O. S. Kirk will be and
general agent at Glade manager
reading matter. Congratulation Mrs. Kettner started a bus line into -
Carlton. Bob Lanier is the At- also! manager of the Glades Traf-
to Editor Santo and his estimable football fans are looking this section from West Palm '
Coast Line commercial fic Bureau.
lantic :
wife who did a good turn in assist- forward to a spirited contest to- Beach. For many years the inimi-
agent there. Charley Mavnard i* The Chastain Company in Canal
ing in publication of a very credit- night when the Ponce De Lecn' table Ed and Mrs. Kettner serve 1
the Southern's commercial agentin Point has the following in charge:
able issue.Extra. Cavaliers invade Lair Field in an the Everglades section and on
Belle Glade. R. L. Chastain. President: Doer
across! the state to Fort Myers.
to break the stand-
. attempt long In Pahokee the Seaboard has n. Kepp. sH'ntaryV.. L. Duncan
ing jinx which the Pahokee Blue After the passing of Mr. Kettnerthe
P. Holt as commercial agent and Vice President and sales ma",' er-
Devils have held them. bus line was operated for several -
over Chas. "Windy" Willis fills th2 O. H. Cha. tAin. vice president and
Is Need by Mrs. Kettner wh>
Help After opening the season with a years
drove. all thbusiness samecapacity for the Coast Line.Terry G. L. Sims, bookkeeper. The Pic-
6 to O victory over Lake Worth th a bus and attended <
Sellers I* commercial agent neer Growers. Inc.. in Belle Glade,
Cavaliers have dropped four in a of the line. Just before .
Of Red Cross UnitThe for the Southern. will acain have Lee llavman as
Mrs. Kettner sold out to
row to Fort Pierce Miami Bea i. the war 1
of Fort 'I' FEC Railroad agents this searo-i rates" manarer and B. G. Smith as
Tech High and Vero Beach and are the Weaver interests
line unt'l again will be as follows! : Canal office manager and bookkeeper.C. .
Mvers who operated
Red Cross Service Unit in 1 column.eager to get back into the winning Monday: of this week. I' Point. H. L. Carter: Belle Glad A. Thompson' will operate theKeesee

Pahokee needs some volunteer B. Q. Waddell. and L. A. Mary house. Under what
still Trailwav' jIt part of the parking
The Blue Devils smarting
help, according to Mrs. Sadie Ba-- I at South Ba '. I. E. Hamilton. FKC '! not know. The F A.
defeat I west!' coast Collier name we <>
from their
wick chairman of the unit. There fumbling ov The concern onerate iltf'rt'ltJI'l train master with offices in Belie McCaN Company will see Mr.
South Broward two weeks areequally
b a great deal of work to be don: ago. I throughout Florida Glade, will again be on the job ti McCabe as sales manager and
dctremlned to win 1Jamf"
each week, such as driving the Red lines see that shippers get the usual Jark Terrence selling all vegetables -
quarters in Tampa Freight j
and to their local -
Cross station wagon to vario that prove still know supporters how come into the Glades with \\'ar"-- j II high class H'n"' ct'. I other than leafy ones
hospitals on the east coast. they | Rudy Faulk for years a fixture
to play football. house at Belle Glade. Harold Rabin Company will
Mrs. Barwick said also that 13: at Max Beverly Inc.. this yen*
. sale
have Mr. Rabin as
blood donors are needed immediately Though defeated 13 to 6. at Fort I moves down to Wedpworth's n*

to go to West Palm Beacnto Pierce last Friday night the Paho- Emmett Roberts Is sale manager. O. G. McWhorter. manager Leher for sales his' concern and South Jonas

replace blood used on patients kee eleven showed signs of a I former sales manager with Wedcworth's as manager.
Club Grower' will have lorry -
Lions SpeakerEmmett Bay again
from the Glades. Six are needed togo strong comeback from their mid- hasn't announced his future -
Smith the Bob
to Jackson Memorial hospitalin season letdown making 12 first plans. Colqmt Davis will M doing selling.

Miami for blood replacement.It downs compared to the Eagles' 11 Roberts. Lions deputy with Max Be\erly. Another new Cameron will. handle leafy vegetables -
Mrs C. M. Larrick and
makes no difference what tvp" and played the highly favored Eas*. district governor, was guest speaker man at the Beverly office will he books
Dot Simmons will the
blood the donor haa. Mrs. Bant k Coast team on ten terra at the Tuesday luncheon meeting Jake Frig of Mountain City, Tenn keep
Pahokee Lions Cluo. Everglade' Produce Company at
said. throughout the game. I of the The Mackev Produce company

"We are in desperate need of six i The Blue Devil scored first'I Introduced by Edward A. Jenser in Canal Point will be operated South Bay has Frank Anderson a*

more women" Mrs. Barwick said early in the first quarter following : the "'speaker gave a talk on L onism" under the easleve of the owner. general manager and Luke moll\

"to drive the station wagon." She a long drive down to the Fort *, stating that: the work of Robert Mackev He will b<" assisted as sales manaper.

pointed out the many necessarytrips Pierce 20 where Hueston' Connel. Lions International is being earned bv Jimmy WHon and Parneil Other houses operating in due

made by the wagon each sliced through tackle for the on by 365.000 Lions in 6.3*>5 Enecks Jimmy' will replaced as Glade will boo Craber and Sonj.

week. touchdown but Carr's placement active clubs in 23 count nes. ,buyer for Faswest! Produce com- Chapman and Son= *. J C Hutch-

Each Wednesday! the wan goer attempt failed. Jack Stnckland A. J Lively ported the nerd : parv bv Charles! Murray was In-on and Co.. A Duda and cons.an. .

to the Crippled Children's Clinic scored for the Eagles! in the second of local donors to the blood bank 'come here from Lakeland .! American Fruit Grower

In Miami. Each Friday a load of quarter and again in the h r. in West Palm Beach and Miam Lake Okeechobee Farmers Coon t In Pahokee Leslie I pock will present

children is taken to the Kiwar.U Coach Cljde Alley and his assistant which furnished: blood for transfusions I'in Canal Point will again be healed Robert T. Cochran: of New

dental clinic n West Palm Beach. William Howard. ha'ebeen at local hospital.' G. MBelk. bv John A Dtilanv as sale ..York Henry Barwick will buy fo"

On Tuesday of each week the working hard this week getting Jr. Pahokee Nigh School manaer and Mx Ammors as off 'j several northern bouses. I).tug:

wagon is- used again in carrying the Blue Devils ready for to- !If'nior. was the guest of Jam --e ITllnlllrpr O-.t lit tie EveMr -- Matthews in Belle Glade will b-JV

folks to the tumor clinic in.f'*t night's pame. He reports his me.i Sims student member of the. club 'for Atlantic Commission Cocnpan /

Palm Beach. to be in good physical condition' -555 i I Red Kent in Belle Glad. will buy

When it considered that a and ready to go. Mrs Ed Unwin has returns I *, Tom Baldwin, was able. to ; !-r C'rn ugll of Atlanta Pete

handful of women in Pahokee and Kickoff time is S:15. from a visit with her on-in-law I return t her tome here this we-k (Scuran an1d Landmark wi.l

Canal Point do all of the work In and diurhter }lr. and Mr ArdvXycreck . from GonJ Samaritan Hc. ta1.I.'t pain tr. at th. helm of his packing

connection with the unit it is easy FIRST BEANS SELL FOR : In Fort Myers. Palm Reach, where sic r#- I : concern selling to any and all

to see why extra help is needel $5.10 PER HAMPER . | ) unJenrert an operation" jcomeri.I .

The organization is doing an outstanding 1'1"1...... of Uw 1M1M9 Mrs. Daniel Jordon and loOn I. a- I Th* 5 epree Produce Consp>' *'

work and those who have ____ old at Pioneer crow eite John and Jimmy of West Pairs Mr and Mr*. Ir.irar. W Week |Pa>ok.e and IndiAfitown wUl beoperated

extra time should give the unit a I Belle Glide yesterday" after Beach visited relative and friends I are rpendinjr tie weekend will ty Roy Segree and Doa

helping hand. BOOT for ale prr feMS .... in Patoke Sunday. relative in Jacksonville and L&U. Han.f .




Two The Everglade News. Canal Point Florida Friday November 5. 1943



Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region State Chamber Leaders Will Turn

Established 1924 Published Every Friday .

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Spotlight On Research, At OrlandoAt

. The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office

P In Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher

V. Thomas chairman. PTA of- I ,
Pahokee Children I ficials wish to thank the various *

civic groups that contributed financial -

Have Grand Time aid and the many Individ xi
uasl who assisted in entertainingthe

At Halloween Fete children. .. .

Funeral ServicesFor

Approximately 675 Pahokee

children were entertained at the Mrs. HillierFuneral .
big Halloween carnival and party
given by the Parent-Teacher Association .J

on Lair Field Saturday Services for Mrs. Don 1 s iia.

evening. i Hillier 54, who died at her homeon ., # .
Over half of the children were S. W. Third Drive. Pahokee, > e;

:,|In costume and took part in the I early Tuesday morning, were held a

colorful parade of costumes which at 2 p. m. Thursday at the Berry 2..
formed at the city hall grounds at II Funeral Home Chapel. Malcoln.

,6:15 p. m. and was routed throughthe Millar, Belle Glade Christian .,
downtown section of Pahokce Science reader, officiated and burial
to Lair Field. There the children was at Woodlawn Cemeteiy.

were divided into four age group in West Palm Beach.
and marched over a raised plat- Mrs. Hillier, wife of Dorma-t 3,. '' r
form where the judges performedthe "Don" Hillier former West Palo

difficult task of choosing the Beach contractor and well know

outstanding costumes.In Glades resident came to Pahokee t -r1-

each of the four groups four from West Palm Beach, where she .r

cash prizes were awarded one had lived for a number of years,
each to the child judged to be in 1935. She was born in New :

wearing the most beautiful the foundland. She was affiliated with

most comical the most typicaland the Christian Science Church at

the most original costumes. In Belle Glade.

addition two children of earn She is survived by her husband.

group were given honorable men- five daughters. Mrs. C. H. Busl..
tion for outstanding costumes. Tampa; Mrs. J. T. Holden. Miss'

Each child was given a number Thelma Hillier Miss Donna Hillier -
and the prize winners were called Miss Nancy Hillier, all of Pa- L T7

back to the stand by number withno hokee: a son Gordon Hillier.' Pa-

name" announced. Announcements hokee; two sisters Mrs. Norman
during the judging of the Wilcox Malden Mass.. and Mrs. c

costumes were made over a public Arthur Roberts. Newfoundland. .
address system furnished by the :.and one brother Elisha Bath, New- 4 i.'Z :;;3t xQs
Prince theatre with Oscar Dobrow fcundland.

at the microphone.The Pallbearers will be Delma Hooks.

Pahokee High School Band, Clarence Maxwell Osceola Up- s

directed by Robert O. Lampi furnished thegrove, Lloyd Hundley.. Bert
music during the carnival 'Packard and Leonard Dobrow.' = r ,2

and led the parade. I . .C

Following the carnival dance James H. Wilson Perry Duke

parties were held for the older and Rev. C. T. Howes local scout Y

children and room parties for the officials, flew to Green Cov

smaller children with room 'mothers Springs last week to make arrangements their 32nd annual business eard L. Holland. Governor Caldwell trict Engineer; Elgin Bayless.

and teachers acting as for obtaining a training conference in Orlando on Monday I I will address the conference Representative Richard II. Simpson
hostesses.Mrs. '.
boat for the Pahokee Sea and Tuesday. November 15-16. luncheon on :Monday: and Senator -
and Walter L. lIa 's. Colonel
A. D. Beverly chairman In Scout Patrol. While there they members of the Florida State I I Holland will take part in a I
charge of general arrangements visited Rev. Howes' son. Thomas Teale will participate in the flood
Chamber of Commerce will hear flood control discussion on Monday:
was twisted by parade committee who is religious education director first hand from scientists what research '- !afternoon. |control discussions. Baylesa will report -
Mrs. K. L. Pop. chairman, anda at the Methodist Church in that
has meant to Florida and Second row. left to right--forner | on highways research and development
refreshments' committee Mrs. J. town.Office I
what may be expected of programs Governor Doyle E. Carlton; D,'. and Simpson will reporton
now developing. The conference the workings of the new publi:
Ralph Morgan; Harold Mowry.
slogan is "Florida the State Re- school law. Hays is general -
.....- .... .... sva >.;r .,.<'y sss.ss:sssysss.:ss:ss:as:ss:ss'r'tssf search Built." I i and James C. Morton. Governor'' chairman.

.. .."'. Pictured here (top row, left tt> 1 Carlton will preside over :Monday's Fourth row left to right Dr.

J. i Machine Headquarters .%. right) is Florida's next governor j i I luncheon; Dr. Morgen will speak Roland B. Rut-tiler. Dr. Clement

., L'mlenvood TypewritersSundstrand Fuller' Warrenwho personally in- 'Tuesday at noon on Florida's industrial Donovan. \\". W. Wolff, and HaroilColee.
vestieated California's citrus''I research progress; :Mowry: I II Drs. KutsJer and Donovan

4:*. Marchant Adding Calculating Machine Machines *: marketing method last month, I N I will speak Tuesday morning on agricultural !r wIll speak on business researon

... and who will address the research progre. and I I and taxation research respectively. -
A. B- Dick Mimeographs % confer-I I '
V Elliott Addresso Graphs ... ence banquet on Tuesday :Morton who is organizing Citrus Wolff will offer a plan for tire
A. Y. Milam. Jacksonville, the Mutual will preside over Tuesday' t: promotion of the states industrtilexpansion.
+ F & E Check Writers ganization's president: the incu evening's banquet. I Coke i.. executive vie t
HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. bent governor, Millard F. Third row left to right Colone. I I president of the organization, and
and United States Senator Willis K. Teale. Jacksonville Div will report on the year's activities.
t Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach *:
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"x""H"--> fst fs'''ff :st faf fs(N7 : : ''.rIbrrt.s Upswing Shown In I the local Florida State Employ- I I I man of the dust of the ground andbreathed
nynt Service office show that th; into hi. nostril the
Glades EmploymentThe I greatest number of worker available I breath of life; and man became a

are farm hands and vegetable living soul" (Genesis 2.6, 71.I ).

... trend toward I packing workers. An inmigrationof Among the citations which comprise
higher em-
-. From where I : these types of workers has beer. I the Lesson-Sermon' is the following -
sit by Joe Marsh plormt'nt.U: indicated in the 54 .
job orders received by the Belle apparent during the past mont from the Bible: "Cease 3*
from whose breath i* in his
Glade office of the Florida StateEmploymt'nt Larnmore said.Employment I man
prospects for the nostrils: for wherein is be to be
Service' during Oc-
next 30 days are good In farm accounted of*" (Isaiah 2.221
"Husbands Wives tober, A. M. Larrimore. local office
manager, announced today. work processing vegetables" ; for The Lesson-Sermon also includ-*
. I fresh pack and in sugar processing the following passage from the
and During October. 100 applicationscame
Marriage"Maybe I occupation! Christian Science teathook, "S/-.-
Into the Belle Glade office.
Applicants! for jobs and job once and Health with Key to the
II in addition to the 291 on hand at
you read that surrey published tobacco and an evening glass oj the beginning of the month. Plac" orders should b* made at the City Scripture" by Mary Baker Ely

recently in a national maaabeer or ale, is a sure start towards rr.ent totaled 5O. including 5 women Hall in Pahokee every other Tuesday "All that i- mad is the work of
zine. .titll'dn.hand, Rives. nnhappiness. and 19 veterans.A morning:' from 9:30 to 12:OO God and all is good. W* leave this
and Marriage! beginning November 9. 194*. Jo9 brief, glorious! history of spiritualcreation
As for what made
happy marriage total of 4 disabled veterans
orders will be taken over teleptor"! (M stated In the fire
It showed that among happily *. eotpnionhip irilhilt the and handicapped workers foun I
307 Belle Glade. I charter of Gene/rfo In the hands of
married couples those who criticized home was listed most important of compensaMe work during the en- . ..
CM. not cf man. In the keepin
tile mselres outnumbered alL And from where I .-it.a husband tire month all of them harircbeen
CIU'RCII OF CHRIST.SCIENTIST r.f Spir.t. not matter.- joyfully
those who criticized the other perat"d wife who can spend an evening placed during National' Employ I f and formerCod's
acknowledging now
son Among unhappily married by the fire-with nothing morecouples tNPhy leal HandicappM "ADAt0 FALLEN :MAN:. : I II +I supremacy, fcmnpotBrf.!
it the than mellow Week October 3 through 9. :i I I
was just C'pposite.uitinl a glass of its: the subject of the Lesson- .r. each one tended to crit icize the other. beer and a friendly conversation- The seasonal upswing in employment i 1 Sermon \\"tic111 be real 1!. !
are a truly well-matched couple is beginning to b- rotice J.Vegetable Scientist. .A-
That's the way it is in our town I (Churches of Grist i
as I guess it is in yours. Criticism packing sheets are making I I throughout: world on Sunday.November. i Mr and Mm W H Pierre announce -

whether it's of wife's for preparation for opening aid : the birth of a daughter
a taste LJ( .17 j I Ii
hat, or a husbanJ's taste for pipe c9 v. -I\. the OreeUnta Sugar Mill is scheduled I n Text is: "'7hf>,. went j Sandra Jean, at the Belle ClaJ
to begin operations durUrg: |up a rust from the earth ani: Ho >:taI nn Oct. 20 Mr_ P>rr" If
the mor.tS of November !1'. .watered the whole far of ti. t'!. former' OIU \ *.r.- Angel cf PiPage -

C.r rislt, 1045. L'tutrJ Sores Brnm"o ,, Active applicant on file writ gto .nd. And the Lord Cod form-1 hok_

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Sincere Appreciation .

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For Their Consideration, CooperationAnd

Vote In Electing Him

Governor Of TheGreatest l

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Page Four The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday. November 5, 194

acting as hostesses. Refreshmentsof
First Halloween cup cakes and cold drinks wen
served and there were prizes and

Party Canal Point toys for all the children. Cakes.
pies hot dogs and coffee were
served to adults at the PTA booth.

: IsAffugeSuccessCanal the The Parent-Teacher carnival was sponsored Association by Hold on a little longer .

which wishes to express its thanksto
Point's first Halloween the Lions Club the Rotary Club
carnival and party for the children the B&PW Club the Elks Lodge
-**' of the community held on tho I the Beta Omicron Chapter of the

..Jschool grounds Saturday evening. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and a
c'-.i: was a joyful success, thanks to the group of friends for financial assistance .
,r careful planning of Mrs. D. R. to the American Legion ..\..... .-.:\<:-.
Bali general chairman and her Post 242 and its auxiliary for
assistants. on t**e
-:. many lighting arrangements
Everyone attending had a grant school grounds and the adult fool 'J Answer.
.. carefree time except perhaps for tooth, to Mr. Rardin and the h ) She'll
/; the Judges who really had a job on judges for their services at the
..1.their bands trying to pick prizewinners costume show, to Francis Croas
... from the galaxy of beautiful and Frank O'Connell for their helpIn I
and unusual costumes worn parking cars and to the many_ \ / ;:
by the children. others who donated pies cakes
.1. The display and judging of equipment and helped in so many -
in the school to make the carnival a success ;;
.q costumes took place ways s : '
auditorium with Paul Rardin acting : w
,. . .
as master of ceremonies and
some 150 children competing for Miller HowellMr.
r. prizes, Four cash awards for out .:.r t. .;ts i
t You know what
never happening
;j standing costumes were presentrl and Mrs. Clarence H. Miller
i to children of four groups as follows of New York and Lakeland announce at the other end of the line! That's why
:.c:= : the marriage of their
-df Preschool age Ann Pope prettiest. daughter. Miss Evelyn Marie Miller it's important to allow about a

.4. Edward Wilson funniest. to Americus Quency (Potter) ;'"' minute for your party to reach the .
Betty Johnson, most original and Howell Jr. B. T. 2-c:. USN son :
1).1 Carolyn Maxson. most typical: of Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Howell ol ' telephone. It's also important to answer
first and second grade group. Suzanne Canal Point. "
,, Chastaln. prettiest. Wayne The wedding took place at the : : t calls as promptly as possible. "Being.

,.4. Browning funniest. John Walter St. Bernard Parrish. New Orleans Considerate" always off in better
Smith most original and Betty Naval Base New Orleans. La., a: pays
TOenfield. most typical: third and 5 p. m.. Oct. 2. with Rev. L. F ;: :: f. Apav telephone service for everyone.
'. fuorth grades. Theresa Pope prettiest Scrpaa officiating at the douW : : b.-

; ., Woody Strayer. funniest ring ceremony.The .
'11 Buddy Edenfield most original. bride wore a one-piece navy .
r and Gene most typica'fifth !: IOUnIDN 8ILL 1IUPIIONI AND mfOBAPH COMPANY
Hagans. blue street dress with light Mu
and sixth grades. Aleph Hall accessories and a shoulder corsag:
prettiest. Ernest TUIman. funniest I of red rose buda.Following .
it.. Judy Cowart most original an.l the ceremony a reception r

f, Patsy Maurer, most typical. was held at the Jung Hotel in Alwsg8 Be Cegesiid.r ate the AB C of Good Telephone Service
t si Judges were Rev. and Mrs. R. A. New Orleans.
Fuller. Rev. and Mrs. Elmo Scog.. Mrs. Howell graduated from the
gin and Mrs. Clinton G. Coburn. Brooklyn C School of New York --- - -- -

Following the judging of the City in 1946 and for the past year
costumes parties for the children has been residing in Lakeland. Mr.

were held on the school grounds : Howell is a graduate of Pahokee :; .s t=':. .. I
with room mothers and teachers High School and has been in the
service for five and a half years.
t I The couple are making their .-
home at the New Orleans Naval;!

1PALM Base where he.is-now.. stationed. 1 Whgyo" conyaaite, you k.e 6owulto cfecttfeCHEVROLET ,.. .,, )

SERVICE Warren Pepper Has ;

STATIONPhone A Birthday Party IS BUILT

Mrs. J. W. Repper intertained
with a birthday party for her son
612 Pahokee Warren who was 7 years old Oc1 TO, SERVE BETTER-/flr2flr!
30 at their home. Games were
Dealers For
: played and prizes awarded favorsof
Halloween assortments were
Wisconsin Air-Cooled
given to everyone refreshments of
Motors a birthday cake cookies ice cream -tutti tsIggd is t'r& tU it J0.4in aatiosuv a :a I4 tatiosr4
Clinton AirCooledJotors and punch were servedMrs.. D. T.
Connell assisted in serving and
Briggs and Stratton entertaining.Those .
Air-Cooled MotorsOUTBOARD enjoying the occasion:
Richard Shackford. Cynthia Tur *- FIRST FIRST
MOTORS ville Frances Calhoun. Billy Kin- ..... Yes, people everywhere '
saw. Boyd Vorhees, Warren Rep- Ss Mtslrt FartttY istp
Two Outstanding Brands S, ralafl.
per. Ellis Hall. Jean Yates Jerre thatCHEVROLET ?
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Hayes. Johnny Yoeman. Gene Dixon #
. SEABEE Josephine Pride. Lester Williams -
Vencie Repper. Dian Griffi
DETROIT FIRE Willie Veal. Judy Nell Smith. Bar- You get a much tfimtjlur,efu rigs Chevrolet n the_ low-pncJ car
EXTINGUISHERSGOOD bara Raburn. Billy Wilson. Joyce in Chevrolet became it bring you with theMM cty-protcction ofRaHer
Goodson Betty Faben Marten die oriental and ouutandini Unit- Unnterl I Coottruction.aafety
bed Knee-Action Ride-prortd and LEADS ..&&ate ill aD.wiDd on.
.- Scott. Dorothy Faben. Joan Hicks, .
R* and Poattiv
YEAR TIRES perfected during 9 jfttn tf epe J-
Bobby Joe Erickson. Horace Vice in buildinj Knee-Action units Action Hydraufic Brake Another
ACCESSORIESEISMAN Scruggs. Wayne Thortm. Billy -and exclusive to Chevrolet ami in consiruclien combination of feature found elsewhere -
>< sturdy
in tooita .
Benton. Jackie Scruggs. Gene /hitMr.priced put only can.Yvull

MAGNETOS Thornton. Carolyn Scruggs. Estc:
Benton. Barbara Hall. Wayne ...In durability and FIRST
WICO MAGNETOS Browning. Marie Sapp. Joan Ben- FIRST

Fairbanks Morse Magnetos ton. Vernelle Browning Janett b=!:' \ dependability.. .ia r
Harrington Martha Beth SmitS t'OEerr.r &
Autolite Delco Rem, Wayne Sears. Doodles Veal. Jo!
Repper. Hooks.
Sonny Johnny -
AC FUEL PUMPS Smith and Louise Benton. Mothers
Chevrolet brings you the enviable taut real pride in .-w.
Mrs. Vothees
attending were: Boyd -
UNION BATTERIES performance, dependability and thu car with the orU-famw Body
Mrs. W. N. Veal. Mrs. JakRepper economy of the Wtrlft Ctmfim AT LOWEST PRICES by fmier1i. the body, that
CITIES SERVICE GAS. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson.WATKIXS i'.1rt-1a.Nu.r &,m. which has foter h f.. and more hfuttful
OIL & GREASES ... delitered more oak of tatufaetmi /..inside and: out.in hardware and
TO SPEAK to more owner than any other upholster a* in line and color.
Howell Watkins, power-plant. Valve-is- .ad u And it. tag i is eaL-.. to Cnev-
Palm Service Station county sup- found elicvhere only in cmdicr can. odd& and hnher-fmccd can.VJ".4 .
enntendant of public instruction
Phone 612 Pahokee will be guest speaker at the November ..

meeting of the Pahoke: ...
pJ&ic64. -
N10CHIUS Parent-Teacher: Association in tne
high school auditorium Monday at
!8 p. m. Plans will be made: to send CHEVROLET-OiHl4'JMlAaT! / -IS FIRST!
local delegates to the PTA ron'"l"n'tion
ft FEVER .
in West Palm Beach nex

DOE TO MALARIA week. Mrs G. Lswtixi: Sims will
present the procram

Mrs. Au 666
--- i* visiting relatives in Pahc-
kee this week. Phone 593 Pahokee, Fla.


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Page Six The Kverglades News Canal Point Florida Friday. November 5. IMS

Plans Are Made BLOOD Kf NEEDED I Lampi Children Have Thadd Whidden Has -built on the second floor of the
Local volunteers to donors
serve as -
Miller building in the immediate
For Mission Study of blood to the blood banks in Birthday Party Swanky New Office future.
West Palm Beach and Miami an ass
Plan for a fan mission atudy urgently needed. Local hospitals Mrs. Robert O. Lamps entertained Attorney Thadd Whidden has TO FILL, PULPIT
course were made by members of which draw blood from these banks at her home Tuesday Oct. 26. moved into a new suite of officesin Rev. R. A. Fuller of Canal Point
the Pahokee First Methodist Wom- for transfusions have overdrawn afternoon with a party honoringher the recently completed Malcolm will fill the pulpit at the morning
an's Society of Christian Serviceat their quota and the supply should children Sandra, who was Miller building in Pahokee. In nls service of the Pahokee First Methodist -
the November meeting held be replenished. Free transportation celebrating her fifth birthday anniversary new and spacious quarter At- Church Sunday during the
Monday afternoon at the church. to the blood banks will be providedto and Robert in (Buddy), torney Whidden equipped his office absence of Rev. Carson T. Howes
The text for the course will be local donors if he or she con- who had reached the age of three. with new and very attractive pastor who is conducting a revival -
"Newness of Life." Mrs. Arcs tacts Mrs. Sadie Berwick head of The hostess use a color scheme furniture. New book cases accom- at the Sarah Spencer Memorial -
Blakey will be in charge of the the Pahokee Red Cross Corps. of pink and green in party decora- odate his law library. His recep- Methodist Church in Tamp
.. .
presentation and the first chapters tions and presented the guests tion room is spacious and is han i- this week. Rev. Leonard A. Van-
will be studied at circle meeting Lottie Moon Circle with Halloween novelties as favors. somely equipped with new furn derwater of Belle Glade will deliver -
this month. She was assisted by Mrs. C. L. iture. the sermon at the evening
Mrs. Al Beverly presented a Met On MondayA Wilder. Mrs. Bill Rogers and Mrs.A. Another suite of offices will be service.
program on "Dawn Brightens In J. Ludeman with the servingof
Korea." Talks on the topic were mission study of "Light for refreshments of cup cakes and
given by Mrs. L. W. Armstrong the Whole World" was presented ice cream.
Mrs. J. T. Boynton and Mrs. Robert by Miss Eliizabeth Caraway at a Contest prizes were won by Judy
Simonson. Mrs. Duncan Pad- meeting of the Lottie Moon Circle Canipe and Brenda Carter. Other FREE! FREE! FREE!
gett and Mrs. Dan Carpenter sang First Baptist WMU at the home, guests were David Simonson
two duets accompanied at the of Mrs. J.. P. Herring Monday Jill Mcniwain. Nancy Thomas. Batteries Need Water? We check 'em
piano by Mrs. Parnell Enecka. afternoon. Billy Mackey. Allan Pope. Vicki
Mrs. John A. Dulany. president Mrs. Morgan Mullis. chairman Alley. Eva Gail Guthrie. John and cell test 'em free!
announced a WSCS Miami district announced that week of prayer Lloyd and Wayne Scott Hundley. l _
meeting to be held at Riverside win be observed by the circle the Robert Boe. Sandra Rogers. Jimmy .
Methodist Church in Miami on first week in December. Reportson Gray. Roger Simonson. Ka/
.'*.Mrs. George Schroder wasa the recent Palm-Lake Association Canipe. Becky Mackey. Becky Special INCLUDING SERVICEBATTERY 7St
visitor meeeting in West Palm Beach Grimes. Sharon Bacon. Ken Beverly. -
.. .
i were given by Mrs. G. C. Connell Hester Schultz Tanazane
Stafford Resigns and Mrs. Mullis. Mrs. Stella Mullis Lance. Myra Erasure. John Ben-
assisted Mrs. Herring with the nett Cruthird. Billy Boe and Sara-
As Head Of Post serving of refreshments. lyn Bennett.
*+. .
James A. Stafford resigned as
Junior Gridders First AMOCO gas station north of bridge
commander of Fred and Percy
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wroten spent
Mansfield Post 90 at a meeting of Take Second Win the weekend in Tallahassee visiting OPEN SUNDAYS
the post in the Woman's Club their daughter. Barbara student -
building Monday night. Stafford. George Tucker's undefeated Pa- at Florida State University.
formerly veterans service offic- bokee Junior High football team
for the Glades area, is moving; tucked their second consecturw I -- -
with his family to the East Coast victory under their belts by defeating -
where he will be engaged in the the Lake Worth Juniors. 14 to NOW *.........,......USI.. ... OUR
insurance business The executive 7. on Lair Feild Wednesday after-
board of Post 90 will elect a new noon. i

commander unexpired to complete term.A Mr. Stafford's The came thrilling near moment the end of when thegame : LA3&AY PLAN: : J JAvoid

report on the American Scatback Bobby Schroder grabbeda
Legion National Convention held pass from Carney Wilder and
recently in Miami was given by scampered 40 yards for the touchdown list minute rush and dIsappointment. Shop now while selections
are best. Small deposit holds your selections "til Christmas.
Mr. Stafford. Paul Tillery gave a that broke the 7-7 tie score.
report on the mass initiation held .. .
recently in Lake Worth. Mrs. D. W. Cunningham and
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SOD, Harry and Parnell Enecks
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure and family were called to Rockv
spent the weekend in Miami visit- Ford Ca.. Tuesday by the critical
Ing their son-in-law and daughter Illness of their father. W. R. < <
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Apelgreen. Enecks.
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Friday. November 5. 1948 The Everglade News Canal Point Florida Page Seven


PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL'S Eustace who was killed in an r
HONOR BOLL automobile accident at Lake City I I
First Six Weeks Wednesday night. :

Ain all subjects' :/'- Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm H. Millar :
11th Grade. Payne Jackson. Thanksgiving Turkeys
bad as house guests this past week ,
9th Grade. Dicky Atkins. Ii
Mr. Millar's sister Mrs. W. C. Als-
8th Grade. Peggy Lynn Shirley. Mrs. Hazel Bowden nurse at
ton, her husband and son Percy I!
t A or B in all subjects the Everglades Memorial Hospital, Alston of Seattle Washingtoa. PHONE 649 TODAY :
r 12th Grade: Yvonne Fraser. is ill at the this week.
hospital Mr.
Alston Sr.. is with the United
Betty Lane Reeves. Imogene ORDER EARLY!
Spivey Dellona Jones Lihian Mrs. Ollie Batchelor accompanied .- States Naval Yard at Bremerton.
Hammond. by Mrs. C. A. Batchelor and: Washington. Percy Alston is witha I
children, visited her daughter. theatre supply house in Seattle. FREE-FREE-One
lIht Grade: Stanley Hooks. . Can of Ocean
DaviJ Arlene. at Jackson Memorial Hospital
Steve Kirk Betty Hicks.
Ramey.9th Miami. Thursday where she Spray Cranberry Sauce with

Grade: Dorothy Fields. MynBaxter. is being treated for a disability resulting -
from an attack of polio Each TurkeyUpthegrove .

8th Grade: Roberta Hattnn : several years ago. Arlene is reported : i

Harry Levins. to be getting alor.g nicely but I
7th Grade: Alden Chase. Harold would be less lonesome if more MarketPHONE

Hayes. Jay Edwin Stuar. Colon' letters and cards arrived from her :, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jacobs Whorton. -

Thomas Carol Carpenter. friends in this area. Jr.. of Pahokee announce the .

. Robert B. Mackey was a business -I birth of a daughter Linda Sue a: 649 PAHOKEE. FLA. ;
W. M. DuBose has returned visitor in Eustise and San- the Everglades Memorial HospitalOct.

from a visit with relatives in Ala ford the past week. 28. Nov. 12 j jI

bama. Mr. and Mrs. William Harold I
Tinker Christian cadet at Florida '
Webb. Jr.. of Pahokee announce .
Military Academy. St. Petersburg -
the birth of a son Walter James
spent the weekend with rela-
i at the Everglades Memorial Hospital -
tives and friends in Pahokee. He
Classified AdsFOR on Oct. 29.
was taken back to the academy
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Collins 1
I Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Audie
King of Okeechobee announce the i
SALE: New and used Willys Hooks. !
birth of a son. Russell Glenn at I
Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage in I Mrs. H. M. McIntosh was accompanied the Everglades Memorial Hospital ,' Shrubs and
Belle Glade. Phone 126. JllcaSEPTIC Trees
: home from St. Petersburg on Oct. 30. j
Monday by her brother and sister- I Mr. and Mrs. Elton Cecil Yates j :
tanks and I
grease traps
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mathis. of Okeechobee announce the birch
cleaned and repaired *:nose>> I i ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL j
of Panama City who are visitor of a son. Donald Cecil at the Ever-
3872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. KITe
here this week. I glades Memorial Hospital on Oct. ;
WELL DRILLING: See Bob 31. Authorized Sales and Service i
I S. A. Bowen of Columbus. GA.. ,
Douthit Pahokee Fla.. Phone :
160:1'' who has been visiting his brother- -
in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs.
A home and income general accepted a position in the U. S. I,
merchandise fish and poultry. Coll Sugar Corporation and is movinghis : I!

Storage will accommodate several I' family from Georgia to Cleton \\;?- : ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. :' j
thousand pounds of food. 6 living where they will make their : I

rooms connected located on Bel1 home. 1 Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons : ,

Glade-Pahokee highway at Flo. Roscoe and Bill Stokes were 0 QUAIITV 1100 Southern .Blvd.. West Palm Beach : :
East Coast railroad crossing. 100 ,
called to Maccleny Thursday by II Ii I I'J
ft. frontage Just outside of citv: I II
the sudden death of their brothe
limits of Pahokee. established and I

going business room for Poultry - -
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house priced right. Some terms - -

For Sale by Owner Phone 500.Pahoket .
-. P. O. Box 398 Canal

Point Fla. N5-pd I

Gnx-ery..store and market with I J '
fixtures the building and living 1Iti f/fV &

quarters can be rented reasonably r'/lWJllM-
Apply Singletary Grocery 907

North Main Street just oppositethe
Pahokee Lumber and Supply

Company in Pahokee. N. Sod I .an "PlC1Va .
BE.UJ"TIFUU.DES ION En T s ndiut momtat.to b.
Christmas Cards with or without ;: .--......,..

name, scripture text assortments, .
all type greeting cards. Christmas
paper and Seals orders taken now.
Phone 4533. N5.

FOR SALE: Missionary varieties t
strawberry plants see or call
John Dragon. Phone 3301 or 4051.
Oct 29-2tc

FOR SALE: Baby bed. and Elec-
tric Broom Vacuum Cleaner 2

years old. Mrs. Clyde Alley. Phon
34tt. IT
FOR SALE: A baby carriage anda 1 a1 p. .
bathinette. play pen. All in
good condition. Phone PahokJ eR s.a:
7113. Nov 12

FOR SALE: Good milk co....
Jersey with her third calf SeeJ.
H. Jones. Tel 3762.: Pahokee.N tYTNis
19-pd. I
iMlth.YOW tint r the
abjvct of the pictw.
Your bMbb w K*objKt.H .

Prince TheatrePahokee .rt-art fads yt, Mold Icstw: It* NM..| TitoolMb AsMcktiM ,....* yw list:

!Between the ages of 15 and 44 tuberculosis leads all The greatest safeguard against TB is excellent

other diseases as the cause of death. health. Active disease does not occur so! long as the

Florida Tuberculosis kills approximately 50,000 people body's resistance can successfully fight germs.

,Jveryyear.A TB is contagious. It is spread through cougltng.sneezing .
SundayMondayNovember half-million people In this country are estimated and personal contacts.
to have active tubercukisis.. Of these, only one-half .
are known to health authorities. TB 1.1 curable.
One out of every two adults in the United' States is The sooner the presence of TB is detect, the

estimated to have tube gLe bacilli in his system . quicker the cure and the safer your family and
which might lead to active disease. friends will be from contagion.Early .

Mr. Blanding Builds tuberculosis frequently has no symptoms of A CNfSr X.f AT AT HAST ONCf A 1'11..11 ref SAfttT.

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a Eight The Everglade* News. Canal Point. Florida Friday, November 5. 194af


Truman Victor In Parents & TeachersIn 4-H Club leader announced that in Mrs. F. G. Gillis Is the honoree with the opening anl
observance of 4-H Club achievement -
display of gifts which were presented -
Monthly MeetRev. week parents were to be en- Party Honoree. a beautifully decorated

Tuesday ElectionHarry tertained at tea by the 4-H Cluo bassinet.

Elmo Scoggin gave a ta'kon girls at the school Wednesday Unwin. t
Horace Mrs. J. H. Refreshments of orange date
"Trends in Education" at the afternoon.The .
Wilkinson. Jr.. ) .. A. C. Labhart cake covered with whipped cream.
S. Truman, the man who November meeting of the Canal monthly attendance banner
and Mrs. Josh Crews entertained coffee and soft drinks were served
turned rout into Point Parent-Teacher Associationheld was won by Mrs. Clara Maurer
an apparent a at the First Baptist Fellowship by the hostesses to approximately
"miracle" victory talked only of Monday night in the school fourth grade room. Mrs. C. L. Hall Tuesday night with a party 30 guests.

peace and American "prosperityand auditorium. Dennis Friend, program Stuart. Mrs. )(. Pride and Mrs. D. and stork shower in compliment to .

happiness" Wednesday as the chairman also introduces L. Hooks acted as hostesses duringthe Mrs. F. G. Cillia. Mrs. Claude who has
tributes of a nation rolled in. Mrs. S. Baird who explained tie serving of refreshments which Padgett
Mrs. H. C. Graham presentedthe been a patient at Good Samaritan
Now President of the United amendments in Tuesday's election. followed the meeting.
program of entertainment and Ho pitI, WPB returned home
i Billie Nell Stokes read the 23r
States in his own right and the
- Mrs. Stella Mullis won a contest Tuesday.
of its political :Psalm as children of the fifth and
popular champion .
arena he accepted the honor wit I sixth grades hummed "My Faith 3 New Members In prize. -
Looks Up to Thee. The hostesses used a color Mrs. Frank Thompson has returned -
Midwestern modesty. :
EBPW Club PahokeeJulia scheme of blue and pink in party to Orlando after a visit
Gov. Thomas E. Dewey, after I Mrs. D. L. Friend, president announced ,
that a PTA State Conven- decorations and refreshments. Mrs. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J.
conceding defeat Wednesdayhe :
would not consider running fo tion will be held In West Palm Mathis Hilda Steffen and Libhart and Mr*. Morgan assisted C. Mock, in Pahokee.

I Beach next week. :Mrs. Friend and Lily Register were welcomed as
a third time for the Presidency. _.
His firm answer in response to ,Mrs. D. W. Cunningham Pahokee new members of the Everglade - - -- -- -- -

PTA president will act as Business and Professional Wom-
a press conference question wasNo"
hostesses at the convention on an's Club at a business meeting at

President. Truman's vote getting Wednesday.B. the home of Fay Abling Tuesday Bring: us your TIRE TROUBLES-.

T. Vorhees night.
resigned as cuo-
magic Wednesday pulled the Democrats -
master of the Canal Point Cub:>> The group made plans to send Tires are our business size
into solid control in 30 any any
Pack. Mrs. Elmo Scoggin was appointed delegates to the B&PWC: District
of the nation's 48 governorships.
leader of the Canal Point Seven meeting to be held at the
to fit need.PAUL'S
With returns complete In all but type your particular .
Girl Scout Troop which is in the Colonial Inn in West Palm Heart
three of the counties in the 6th
process of being organized. Par- on Nov. 7.
Congressional District Rep. I
ents were urged. to see a motion It was Announced that Tommie
Dwight Rogers was leading Kal-
tenborn by 25,999 to 12359. picture on girl scouting, starring Lee DuBose will present the program SERVICE STATION
Margaret O'Brien to be shown at at the next meeting at the
Florida Democratic leaders who
the Prince theatre next week home of Lorraine Vann on Nov. 16 CANAL POINT FLORIDA -
spilt off or drifted away from the
which is National Girls Scout with Doris Carter assisting Mrs.
Truman ticket received the taunts
week. :Mrs. E. E. Conners. Girls Vann as co-hostess.
of the etan -patten Wednesday an

the Prn1 ent'. victory margin _.
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grew. "---. :"\r;;;T

The faithful few who stood up I .

to talk for Truman while other .

; ;:'ked him off as beaten were,

Jubilant Their political stars are .-high I H

now and perhaps highest among

them is that of Senator Claude DODGELowest

Pepper who almost alone stumpedthe .
State for the man he had tried

desperately to block out of the

party nomination in .June.PePPt'r .". .

"not only hailed the greatest Truman's upset win but as .' ,:. .n-" Priced Car With Fluid Drive,.

the most gallant fight and the r '
most deserved victory ever fougnt

and won in American politics. ....
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Mrs. W. G. Hull '
accompanied by I .r ,
her daughter. Mrs. Ed Barnes, has '

returned from a visit with her soninlaw -

. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. .a

Roscelle Wilson, in Colquit Ga.
MrSjS Kathryn Barnes was calledto -

Swainsboro. Ga. Monday by the

critical illness of her mother-in-

law Mrs. R. E. Barnes.IN .

Plain tiff, I .
vs. : rJI'L4 ; '
Defendant :
3231 West Crrmak Road. Chicago 23
You are hrrrby required to appear lathe
above Court on ,the 15th day of
November A. D. 1948. at the CourtHouse
In West Palm Beach. Palm Beach
County. Florida to answer to the Bill r
of Complaint for Divorce filed' again;
yOU In the above entitled' cause, and
The Everglade New, a newspaper rou GET THESE
regularly published' In Palm Beach N'
County. Florida. Is hereby designatedas
the newspaper In which this Ord-r DODGE FEATURESAT
rhall be published' once< each week for
four consecutive weekly taeuee. NO'COST
Beach. Palm Beach County. Florid
this 15th day of October. A. D. 1948.J. .w
ALEX ARNETTE. Clerkof -gird wwU PITT
the Circuit Court. Palm

(Circuit Court Beach Seal County. Florida. ._ '. a Me* b WhMbHrtdtb
By Thaddle P. Plant.

THADD Pahokee.Attorney WHIDDEN for Florida Plaintiff Deputy Clerk Your car dollars l talk Bg : DrW

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