The Everglades news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00270
 Material Information
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: February 21, 1947
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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00270
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Pahokee PTA Has To Conduct Revival ICanal Point Legion CLUBS Miss TIIUKSBY IX GLIDES"Ii'ITSIII: I Pahkee High BandIn

Unusual ProgramA | Sponsor Quarteti sion Miss Food Isabelle Conservation Ttursby. E."ttn-I' 2nd Concert Of

i of Tallahassee spent two days

program of unusual interestwas I I The new Canal Point Legion F:h.: 13 and 14 in the glades ate ,Season On Feb. 23

presented by Miss Jane Mitch- : !I, Post 242 discussed the desirability I tending 4-H club meetings. j _

ell, director of girls physical education -i of organizing a woman's auxiliary Miss Thursby was at the Canal I

at Pahokee Hfgh: School, at I at a meeting held in the woman's I Point club meeting Friday A. M.rike ', Bandmaster Robert O. Lampi's

the February meeting of the Pa- -:L'.iJ oustin C..nal Point MondjvI - n Citni trees garden Pa'
hokee Parent-Teacher Associationheld I: night. The group decided to have plantings 4-H canning and records -j' present the second of its seriesof

Monday nig'it in the high I I I Canal Point Legionnaires meet I I winter and spring concerts in

school auditorium. More than 50 with their! ".wives mothers or si l- It was announced that the prize j II the high school auditorium on
: Sund '. Feb. =3. 3:30
girls took part in dopciting "The frs at their next regular post for the gathered skirt contest will ?: at p. m.

History of the Dane," which included -I ah 'r.'H:3' ate !eting on Mar 3, at which timet I be awarded at the Feb. 28th Mr. Lampi is again arrangeinga

a "Raggety Ann" tumbling :e auxiliary will be formed. This I n. ,.ting. I program of interest to all classesof

skit a Seminole hunting dance neeting will be preceded by a potluck music lover' including popular

the minuet the Virginia reel, the supper. --- tunes overtures, marches, novelty

Viennese waltz the i 1 Commander named number and the national anthem.
Charleston Roy Pope John C.
The will be
the samba and the ever amazing Loel Lence, Henry Kautz Lee same program playedin

antics of the modern jitterbug. Kimball and C. R. Wetheringtonon SpeakerMIAMI the Flagler Park bandshell.

An impressive Founders Day a committee to nominate new ; West Palm Beach, on Sunday Mar.

program in celebration of the 50th officers! and report their recommendations : John C. Long, director of 2. The Pahokee High School
Band, now 53-pieces strong, will
anniversary of the founding of LUTHER B. BRIDGES on Mar. 3. public relations for the Bethlehem
PTA was conducted under the direction 1 It was announced that the Sun- Steel Company will be the princi- also participate in the program

of Miss Barbara McNa- Special Revival Services at First ny South Quartet radio singers pal speaker during the annual';' celebrating the opening of the
Florida East Coast cut-off at Fort
mara who reviewed the history of Methodist Church of Pahokee from Tampa, will present a pro- Mid-Winter meeting of the Florida I
PTA. The be-I of in the Canal Point Pierce on Mar. 8. The band along
candles on the large gin Sunday with Reverend gram songs Publicity and Public Relations Association -
I of the Glades
with citizens
bitrhday cake were lighted by school auditorium on Mar. 7 at at Orlando. Feb. 22-23 many
Mrs. Luther B. Bridgers of Atlanta
will travel to Fort Pierce in
Mrs. J. R. York and the entire Georgia leading the Services. Rev. 8 p. m. under the sponsorship of it was announced this week by area FEC train.

group joined in the singing of the Biidgers recently pastor of one of Post 242. Twentyfive'ett'rans Frank Wright, president. an special 23 .
The Feb. program:
"happy birthday" song. the leading churches of North were present at the meeting. Earle };Ferris president of the I Invercargill March Lithgrow

Principal D. D. Caudill reported National Association of Public
Carolina returned to the Evange- - Gulls of Gaspe Overture -
that arrangements are being madeto Relations will also ad-
listic Field where he had served Counsel
. .. .. Hildretb
have the Kiwanis mobile dental UnemploymentPaymentslecline dress the of i than 150
the church for a number of years. group lore Indiana' State Band March .. -
clinic of West Palm,Beach make -He will lead the singing direct members of FPPRA who are ex- Farrar

regular trips to Glades schools the Chorus Groups Special Ser- pected to attend the two-day Band

next year thereby eliminatingthe vices for the Children and Young Palm Beach county unemployment meeting.The An Earl Fillmore

necessity of taking schoolchildren People and bring the Messages at compensation payments for meeting opens on Saturdaywith Saxophone solo by Billy Rawls
to West Palm Beach
for luncheon at Sanlando
each Service. Mrs. Bridgers will 8 a
the week ending February processionalmarch
I a
dental work. The purchase of two
On Sat-
assist at the Piano. This talented amounted to $740.50 and were Springs Tropical CheyetteStardust

new school drinking fountains for the couple will bring a blessing to the I made to 49 including 39 men and urday night Russell Kay. secre-I i CarmichaelThe
was authorized. Mrs. C. A. .
of the Florida Press
Community and we sincerely prayit i 10 women Carl B. Smith. Chairman tary Glowworm Lincke
Shive school cafeteria supervisor will be toastmaster during -
may result in a genuine Revivalof of the Florida Industrial ciation Begin the Beguine Porter '
made an appeal to parents to
pay the Washington's Birthday
Religion. The public is cordially -
their Commission reported. The only tune the band could
children's lunch bills at the
invited to come to all the Ser- Throughout the state he said, Dinner at the Orange Court Hotel. was "Auld Lang Syne"
promptly so that the
I organization will attend the twen-
vices. payments were $71.864.50. a de- HayesDizzy
finances of the cafeteria can b-. On Sunday all members of thetieth
cline from the 102448.50 paid Confrey
kept in good order. annual edition of the Rollins Fingers
out the previous week and were Band
went The to monthly Mrs. Charlotte attendance Walston's awards Pahokee Post To I' made to 2.902 men and 2,430 women Animated Magazine at Rollins Col- Concertino Ridicolo Vitello

5th grade at the elimentary school Raise Funds For a total of 5332. lepe. Clarinet solo by Eddie Hodges!'

I Compensation paid to this county _ .L- Americans We Fillmore
and to the seventh grade. X. L.
Garrison and Miss Jane Mitchell, New Legion Hall j I went to persons registered asi Victor Herbert Favorites*

sponsors, at the high school. i available for jobs in the following Voters To Ballot Herbert

Following the meeting refreshments Commander Edward A. Jensen ; classifications: Prof. & Managerial Yankee Sky Raiders Johnson

Wallace Barnes, chair- 2. clerical & sales 12. service -
were served in the school' appointed On Harness Race Star Spangled Banner
cafeteria during the social hour man. Paul Collier and Melvyn i 5. skilled 23. .semi-skilled 4, Fillmore Arrang.

by Mrs. R. J. Schroder. Mrs. D. \\.. Pugh on a committee to raise unskilled 2, not classified 1. Band

Cunningham, Mrs. L. L Shirleyand funds for the proposed new Legion I Track TuesdayQualified -.---

Mrs. Roy Segree .hostesses. home to be built sometime in the ,

future. It was announced that :.Taxpayers Convention I Large Crowd Attend

- Post 90 now owns the Guy Sharonlot ; Set For March 15 voters from all sections -i Baptist Church Sun.The .
of Palm Beach county will go |
Florida First On on Canal Point Road which. '! -
tf> their precinct polls next Tuesday -
under will be thesite
present plans
additional chairs to
Nation-Wide ProgramMIAMI of the hone. ', TAMPA- statewide ('onv to ballot on establishment of a new n-1 -
accommodate the large congregation
tion of taxpayers has been set
modern harness track and winter
Carmen Salvatt v. Jr.. was i
March 14 at Orlando to draft a was!' almost made last Sunday
for standard bred
In a nation-wide program named chairman of the nominat- i quarters of
program for "fairer admin trafici'nt I i West Palm Beach. II i night. First Baptist
designed to improve trailer ing committee replacing John T. ;
of rE'I I I Pahokee. TIP special series "The
expenditure present rumors
Contrary to the permit
parks and t'ncouragdt'antint'ss Pickett. Sr.. who resigned. The .
tion of taxes and ef- Destiny of the Jew. with the ai'1of
present more which the voter of the conn-
and sanitation the Trailer Coach annual election of officers will beheld upon I "
enues" it was announced here this Tuf'I' the chart 1U htly Dividing
will opinion
I an
Manufacturers Association ha* on Mar. 17. j ty express
tht"0..1 of Truth" i is provoking
week by the Florida Taxpayers
just completed a sun.'PYf trailer dav is limited to harness!' racingand
-.- Association."We mm h interest and thought. This
park in Florida: this State could not toP converted to nm-
in ever Sunday the pastor It.C A.
being honored as the first to be ;! Legion Auxiliary ; urge taxpayers
city and county of the state to be referendum' l Moherp will speak on the subj'tboth
week awards of certificatesto |I Elect Officers 'are' they are represented at this : Barked by tit owners!' potent Tvires.!' eleven and seventhirty
: with their t o'rlork The usual program'
those parks in Florida that convention by jojnms Mambl'tonian winner Frank .
meet the high standards set by the I! Membt-r- Pst !to1 Lesion: Aux- follow ritienin this nonpolitical I .1. Hale. New York and Palm of music by the quarter. ci"and .'-
the Woniarj's >* t ",,' 'I.; h hf.t 1"vears orchestra will prevail I -.r
Association were made while outstanding !! iliarv .It a elating :n rr. t;" v T : .
camps or parks receiveilthe ':, t"sh: building Monday! after- ip '. the Association sai-1. t- Sunday found the Sunday S<-> .n'

Association's gold plaque I nM' :na.!. preparations for the -.--.- tion -all. and the Training; Union '':gar

AN,9r4 I annual election of officers next <".;rr.-ntly: a large share of the er.jovjnjr their respective eol f3OO

The Association t- spending- rrcnth Mrs! John E. Wilson president Post Welcomed( t harness raring tracks in the fnit- and Hit A most rnrdia 'f'\"-.

pftimatt'lZW.t1tll) on its nationwide named Po"f'thefl; tnn. I f stateare situated in California. tattoo s!a' .-xtn