The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 3, 1947
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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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Radio Station To---I, Wimberly Is Heard It Should I Fish Market Under Migrant Camps To

By Pahokee Lions i New ManagementThe

Serve Glades Will I I Happen Here i Be Operated By

Rev. Pat Wimberly, pastor of Pahokee Fish Market on

the Bartow First Baptist Churc, TALLAHASSEE For the Bacon Point Road is under! new
'Go On Air Local AuthoritiesMembers
SundayA I'who is currently conducting a two first time in history, a Florida management. Pholix and Paul Sic-

public utility Monday was ordered naker are the new proprietors,
weeks revival at the First Bap
to reduce Its rates liecausef having purchased the going: business
broadcasting sti-licn to servt tist Church was guest speaker at' : of the labor committtv
inferior service.The from Bob Durrance who successfully
this are, often t-.iked-about and the Tuesday luncheon meeting of of the Florida Vegetable Committee
'l -ng a .lrean:: of powers, t"I i:'"..'s;sI. the Lions Club. The subject of his state railroad and public operated the business for which as agent for l local associations -
.. ** utilities commission ordered the several years.
.-*n ln,1 l lther res'-Vnti of the" address was "The Story of David. leased eight Federal migratory -
Madison exchange of the Southeastern The Slonaker boys are from
Lake Okeechobee region will, become X. "L. Garrison announced a I labor camps having accom-
but since out of UncSim's !-'*
Telephone ('II tit reduceits
a reality on Sunday whetRadio meeting of the newly organize modations for 8.975 workers in
Station WSWN hold! itdedicatory quarterback Club at the high rate 40 per cent effectivekt. service they have been in. South Florida.
( 1. until service is inuproted.l'resent j I the Pahokeo-Canal Point area. Wpredict \
program at 1:30 p. min school on Monday at 8 p. m. Garrison The local associations will plan
-the Everglades Theatre at Belle also announced that the Pa rates were established in j I success' on the part of i: for operation of the camps five
I H20. the two :young men since" both are
hokee High School is sending a of
Glade. which are in Palm Beach Coun-
held I I hustlers and have a large numbe*'
llcarinjjs hate been by
The new station owned and operated delegate to the meeting of Inter- ty. The five have a capacity of
I of friends who will be patronizing
the commission on telephone serice -
by the Seminole Broadcasting national Pan-American Clubs at 5.S75: the three others in Brow-
be located at Miami. \ in Tanaha.'t't.IJOpka, I them. ard and Dade
Company will counties can accommodate -
Fort M ers, St. Cloud and Long- I -----
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S X)0) on the dial and will broadcast I 3,100 workers.Before .
with a power of 1000 watts, according wood in addition to MadiMin. the lease was signet to
I Group To Plan ForCamps" The commission said it found II Halloween Party
to Tom Watson Jr., president ( limax the nWE'tin1 o n d a y.
the sertirp through the :Madison I
of the company and general the local representatives toempower
manager WSWN.. OperationSouth exchange was "greatly met fieient" Plans Being Made the FVCVs labor committee -
and charges against the
Watson says engineering data i to represent them in leasing
indicates that the station will be service were admitted and not the camps through one revocable

heard easily and clearly here, and Florida vegetable growers defended by the telephone com I Preliminary plans for the annual lease agreement. It provides there

that primary coverage will include will meet with Florida Vegetable pany. Halloween carnival ft.' child will be no cost to the governmentof
the entire Lake and Glades area, Committee directors at Belle Glade - |I men sponsored on Lair Field byI I any kind as a result of the

extending as far as Miami to the Tuesday. October 7 to present programs Fifteen Million I I the Parent-Teacher Associationand lease.

south and'Vero Beach to the north. for operating eight migratory civic organization, were made FYI Labor Committee Chair

The station's programming will i farm labor camps in Dade. by the PTA executive board at acall man Dixon Pearce. Miami, and La-

't>e planned especially to meet the ,Palm Beach and Broward counties Sought For Water meeting Monday. Mrs. L. J. montCraw, Orlando FVC manager -

public service needs of this region during coming vegetable sea- Fraser was named general chair- .V I th State group. had AU-
Watson says with special emphasis sons. Control PlanThree man in thurge of arragements for thorized such action. *

on the broadcast of weather The camps, with approximately the carnival andlr!". Lewis Manager Graw said Paul Dick-

er. markets farm news and other .8.5OO capacity were acquired Friend. PTA hospitality chairman, man of Ruskin. FVC chairman.

information, along with musical 'Monday from the TJ. S. Department developments mar k e will be in charge of the serving of will be asked' to invite all members -

programs and several broadcastsof I of Agriculture through a South Florida's fight Tuesday refreshments.The of the FVC board of directors
United Press news daily. temporary iise permit signed by: hold flood waters behind weakened board rE'comm'ndMIIrt to attend the meeting. At that

WSWN's modernistic studios representatives of the USDA and dikes in the Lake Okeechobregion <>< D. \\". Cunningham as PTA president time details on responsibility or-

and offices are located in the I the labor committee of the FVC : I I to fill the vacancy left by ganizations in th* affected cities

Scarborough TtJuilding in Belle They will be taken over by the 1 A request at West : the resignation ofIr A. D. will assume are expected to bo

Glade. The transmitter and 220- Florida group October 15. the date Beach by the executive and .. I Beverly. Mrs. C. A. Major wasrecommended presented, as well as operaton de

foot tower Chosen, near set for abandonment! of camps control: committees of the as chairman of room tails.
the Club of the Ever mothers and Mrs. J. C Schoeppcl. The acted with speedMonday
Country by the federal government. Beach County Resources': Development II group
glades. Grower groups' interested in Board that the Federal Disaster a'I welfare chairman. The recommendations : beeauj1 of the close approach -
I of the board will bovotde .
maintaining the eight camps will Loan Corp supply $15.000.000 I I PT.i i of the farming season anti
at the first regular
present their proposals for theF'VC to expedite water control ,, on the fact thatthegovernment i is
Miami 11 Is Second S
Oct. 13, at
|: mE'etintonday. of the
I to act as agent without financial tho flood-swept Everglades. ,, relinquishing operation

On Pahokee ScheduleThe I responsibility in operationof 2 Appropriation of $;O.OOO b p. m. --- camps Oct. 15 because of lack of

the sites. Local growers will Florida's cabinet at '!" I I I funds.

Gesu Crusaders from Miami i finance operation of their respective for the Everglades; drainage district i('i .Junior Blue Devils The pact was !signed' with Hiram
Atlanta, divisional
were scheduled to invade Lair : camps. a- an emergency fund to combat Belle Glade W. Rainey.
yield last night and take on the I The use permit granted by thAI the existing hazardous sitiriinn. I!I To :Meet t: hief of operation. t' nA. Labor
details of
Pahokee Blue Devils in the second I TTSDA for operation of the camp I pahokE'-J Branch who explained
game of the season for both until a ['f'rmanf'ntolution of the! 3'or.l from the menaced art'thaf : !! The nor High Football the 10-day rf'vo'ahl.It"a'lf'' wgned
have turned: team will open the 1917! season on payment of $10.
teams. This was the'first game" labor housing shortage in vegetable the title may
ever scheduled by the two sch<'Oh. areas can be reached wa and that waters behind the '| against the Belle filadoJuniors Mr. Rainey pointed tail "there
Gesu had a line that averaged i{i signed by Hiram W. Rainey. regional embankments and in the (..ana1.'rt' TUE'sdaXi ht at RI : O hahf't'n bids for those" camps-

11 pounds per man heavier than chief of operations, labor \" showing some signs of lowering I j p. m. This will h P Pahokf''s'firJ't I am not permitted to *ay whether -
Junior High team since the within the law as to
they come
the Blue Devil forward wall andwas branch USD A. and Dixon PearceMiami .
expected to give the local : labor committee chairman The request that the (' war but Belle Gladys tam mad"an qijahfii ationAt
;i admiriablo record in 194fi and the meeting next: :Monday the
boys some stiff opposition. ThoBlue for the FVC.Reception. Disaster Loan Corp. grant a j jto
Devils were in good physical the Everglades; drainage; district ;!. they have severalxperiencd importation of foreign labor to
condition but still had much to For Canal vas the governing agency r-livers thin year. Therefore. Rol'e: FT f ride i i- t'xrtNI tit !.#. aired
will rule as the favorite In !
learn in blocking tackling and the! affected areal was Glade I Thnro'iphly! .
perfecting their plays according; 'I Point Teachers at a : .et'tit g SeM Jurirt" the afternoon J j I th;> ;; a1f': I - - --

to Coach Clyde Alley. --- in West Palm Beach. I I Coach Garrison has had aho-it : Fishermen Lose

Results of this game will be i i I! The Canal Point Parent-Toach- trader the motion made 1 t'f'nt"s working out for Pvla't
weeks they hho'.n!' Again In Court
Belle Glade publisher two :
New Jones.
next week's Everglades as or Association will conduct its Luther:
we had .gone to pros before it jfir't meeting of the !=C'hoolu in the money would be sought f.-. a great deal r.f spirit and ambition

started. i j the school auditorium on :\ionda,'. I use in putting into effect (' These are the boys who will supplv TA 1.1"\IIA

- .- i Oct. 6. at S p. m. with Mrs. D. LFri'nd. I tho federal water control plan the material for the future varsity I f:!"h.Tmn Monday failed to get a

1. .I(}: FK \-4F.K: AC.IN I j, president, prowling A th- Lake Ok-vchobee Jstru t tearr .prt-me court r lr reojt lr./
IIF 11) OF nini.K (. ..\'..i orrtion for the teachers will was made public several !' -- ---- I' .- Okrorhob-- the St. John
rt'-I I Glade' KI.NDF.KtiKTF.V: : OI'F.N: them out-
tit' held at the: mooting 1ttf'S ac>> at a hearing at Hello :\"-r to Jtf' .
I fUn fit several !suit to detenninwhether
ro-elocted I.amar Johnson. nii1i f omo
president .1iri W"1:1I.'T':
I. J. FYa.-er was I will be :Mrs : .
.. I I A kiri'l' "rsrarter class for children will be I Iin
First1.'th.: V.-Vet,! Hag1N' ad thi* plan was so far j WOlDo's prrmltt
of tho Pahokee P I. Took* :'!1.1 1 Mr i iI i i : ...
dist Men's Bible Class at a brut I - that enlargement of main dralna front four to six years wa.owners I the big watrHowever. aN-a.
Pahoke* ra mentjirv .
the "
at th- room
which is part (Of it. agrv
t'usincs session Sunday morning. :\ : TF.: \rilF.K: NAMF.I1Pr : smile
School Monday morning AyI .. both deqi oi '
J V Thomas was elected vt '" ho started promptly. if fund weravailable "''ttorn yn on
?: Arrh Blakev.*a' hr. Th-- ."dti"n to !submit all petit! n '
T'tfShh' Paul Kiddle. *r : P P OauiMl arromce -
at th. ,..... : dal] will b.- <-f ri<1iK*.>'l rejrularlvat aces for''ombm d oral argument
retary-troasurer. 1.\1: Lair eavo: tae appointment of Miss! Also approved .
that ' The ne*-....1! .in s< h .J! day'! frr.s on Oft 2O in an effort t., *rt iar
Kaufman of In- a request
the report 'f th' nominating committee I'tht'r"E'fI'r.1l a .was ". "
Lake Okeechet.-e. be SO to 11 a rn Fifteen: r jldr- r!<- -< ut ruling or. all phaflf.
i liana: as instructor of English and 1 from
without letting navi & : : :ire ..;!: 'd! T.I laterequests The state game and fresh Rat*
-- - -- I j t.l't'nat Pahokee high School. ated
I.OTTPAl'F.K :j Miss Kaufman takes the place of I interfere with their drainage funions fish < 1.rr.mNlton. claiming authority
at .. under a 1912 crinatituU!
wll be prnted
( '
Mrs. Violet Oppel who was !:1 nip I
The Miami herald i" the !large/ =tuser ; E' job last summer but wa uI ,- Still another request was meeting! ; of the state cabinet ;n amendment. clod the lake and
Fnrinser rarer to commercial: flahlng ...."..'
consider d1 r. Tallahassee next TueUy by
of e\\s girt in Florida | able to flU it army Prignears i
each daily issue and five cars for ; an additional 'emergeacv" I Johnson and a committee than a war aj-o. Two arts wet.-
Lake O Kctot-e : 1 The committee will I* named by wed by tbr 14 legislature< d'
each duly issue and flee cars for Mr. and Mrs. B. A. MrCown cfOrlando Jftween j
its Sunday rditicn. exclusive' ...* visited'H T1dfou-a zr ; Rav Ireraor. ROB officer. wn'. rtned: to naftn the vraUfJ t-.
... .. .
conu-s and the .American Wek'.y: ore in Tf'Y a! th! :- week --- !e-. .a: : !. r -r" ". !-1 a' T.-1ay.. '!':''* rg enP

Two The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday. October 3.1Q?:'

to like .* He Td Howell and C *. "-',
gob "peace. was: : V.M.aboth :: <.

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Facts & FiguresBy -I on the barricades so long that! beli.renee : t'amt'nc home on a 20-day

I became a habit with him. leave from the Xavy.; left this
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
Fuller Warren --- - --- week to report for ship duty at
Established 1924 Published Every Friday Mr. and Mrs. Al D. Beverly and the San Diego Naval Base. While

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Florida is blessed' with many fine children haretuTnt'd to their here Howell visited his mother,
home in Pahokee after spending Mrs. William :McClenithan. and
the Post OfficeIn newspapers. There are 44 dailies.
News Is Entered at
27 of which publish 7 days in the the summer in Mountain City, family and Williams was the guestof
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter Tenn. his brother and sister-in-law.
week: the! other 17 take a rest on
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Williams.
-- -
Sunday. Of these 44 dailies. 12
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher
Mrs. Green Kirkland and Mr. ----
come out before noon and 32 shed
their light after meridian. and Mrs. Wallace Kirkland hay Mrs. J. W. Hooks had as a guest
Peanut Free EnterpriseThe
Eight Florida brin returned to Blake)". Ga., after a the past week her son. O. F.HuckA .
; newspapers 'r
field of free enterprise include the peanut and an ,iitith relatives here. of Miami
their week.
glad tidings twice a
idea hacked by energy can develop a business in peanuts. I
The Fuiford brothers Monticello prove that point. They Tr.e! most widely read newspaper -
?. the weeklies number 16S :n
grow }peanuts on their farm, toss them into some hot water,
Florida.! These journals! not only:
and little later and hear them on the streets calling
a you see
keep more than! half the people .f
out ":\lonticel o boiled }peanuts." It's a brand name with Florida: 11943 census. 2.::::(}.OtH : -j/ZHOtut IH m I

them. 1917 estimate 2.310.303* informed |
The Fulfords capitalists. This is a capitalistic country. .
are hit they alo; serve as wrappingpaper '

Anybody can go into business for himself. Hut capital alone : stuffing to keep shoes in I Itie

won't make a successful; }business, whether the business is -'raie: wall paper in many humble!

running a newspaper} selling peanuts, or making pork Sausage I horr.e covering for young and

with a little beef thrown in. There must be an idea a tender vesretables! on frosty nights!

little capital and a lot of honest elbow gn'<1ot'-Tallahassee and for other purposes that those

I)pmocra t. of us of rural origin will remember. -

Most of those 220 newspapers
Homestead ExemptionIt
are well and iWy edited. Some ar-
wasn't the intent and purpose of the framers of homestead brilliantly edited but none mor-

exemption amendment to give total exemption to brilliantly than the Ft. Myeis

home properties; what they were trfing to do was to give News-Press. It has been the distinction -

every home owner a $5,000 exemption, instead of a 15 or of Ft. Myers, a comparatively -

20 thousand dollar exemption.It small city I 1945 censin.

is the fault of the local taxing officials valuations are 15.19"lo to have one of the ablest

so low that millions dollars in tax values are wiped out. editors in America and certainly
be remedied in the courthouses one of the two ablest in Florida.
That situation could right county -
and city: halls if there was a will to remedy it. Repeal} For more than two decades, Carl
Hanton has caused the News-Pres
of the homestead exemption amendment is deemed impossible -
to be the most widely quoted and
by responsible leaders government in this state. !
one of the most influential papersin
Instead of about should seek the only
talking repeal, we Florida. For more than 10
kind of solution
to bring back some of the lost OaluationOlah Star-Ban- have regarded Hanton as the

nero state's top writing hand save and

I except one otherand some do not

Sounded DangerousLittle I except anyone. K 1I
During the many years rye read
: Mary, aged five, came running up to }her mother Hanton's editorial"! ; they han

crying. been veritable "Comstock lod" I
I.ittlt'Jar o : Oh. mother dear] You'd better come quick of useful information wrapped ;in

i\K'l 1 _et daddy language: more satisfying than '

Mother! ; : Why. Dearie? !:E't'rfjt.I.'t'r! were or could .

Little 1:1Q''l'll.. Daddy and :Mr. Smith are don-n in the be. No Broadway playwright

cellar and I 1H'u.tJ11'. Smith tell Daddy to'c him another parks a* much wallop into his I

shot !-Palm Beach Post. words: as llanton gets into the editorial .
paragraphs that serve as t1' '
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dessert and the like they are helpful.As |
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY far as protecting the black ; his editorial page. Some of them LT9r
are as funny as a fat man in i
i bass in these waters, they are already -
I foot race. I have caught myse'f ja.tually I
protected and cannot he sold
laughing out loud at sum' '
so I don't see what all the ruckusis 1
of his preposterous In these
about. The "red tide" has destroyed
(By Russell Kay) I more fish than commercial pungent; paragraphs Hanton often -
sinks the deep into tho
. gyves
; and sports fishermen would catchin
flesh of politicians anJ
Being an ardent sports fisher I five years but I don't think it I figurative
editors. Carl have picked
man. I suppose I should laugh witn will ruin fishing and I believe may up
this practice of gyring from a pit
glee over the plight of the poo- when the tide has disappearel I
cuy>:n1t.'YTial fishermen but knowing well still catch about as many : near Ft. Myers where cockfighting
flourished in former I
some of them personally and fish as we ever did.
useful and unique
realizing some of their problemsI I r
can't help but sympathize witn It has been my experience that writings have helped not only Lee
them. fishing! today is a darn sight better County but all of Florida. It was

in Lake Okeechohee and theSt. I a happy day for this state whenhe I
They have certainly been tak- Johns than in a whole helluvt fled the cold winds of his native
ing it on the chin lately with tae l lot of the so-called protected and Wisconsin more than 20 yea's sp g giv

"red tide" messing them up on the! stocked lakes that commercial I ago and pitched! his tent and planted
Culf Coast and the State Fish and
fishermen never sro near. Why. I I his= vine and fig tree amid th >

Game Department riding herd oa don't know but I'll trade you a palmed 1 splendor of the "City of )
Vni from Tallahassee.
hundred protected fresh water Palms."

Publicity given the "red tide" lakes I've fished in for a couple ot That Hanton's editorial voice

just naturally knocked the bottomout acres of Lake Ok'choh.'t"nY I will bo heard no more i is r(' rt'-

of the fish business as far ns time. tahle to his friends and admirersOn A

the Gulf Coast i is concerned. September 1. he pulled .the
spite the fact that health Commercial fishing/ at ju-t i hood d.O.t'r his typewriter and

orities point out that fish 0"-1 about a standstill fishing boatsare turned himself out "to graze." His -*

tipcontaminated water are good tied up and fishermen are idle. now editor emeritus of the
eat a lot of folks still refuse to Catfish fishermen along the St.
News-Pre, and bright
a young
Johns Fiver from Jacksonville / / I
oat kind of seafood.
any I fellow) named Bill Spear has taken -
Lake George will tell that th?
Then: along::: cam. the Game ard you up the editorial cudgels:: ) with
closing of those watery to commercial -
I' v"'1.1tt'r Fish Department which Carl cudgeled so well for
fishing has their business .
with an order closing Like Okeefholne. so long. I
on the of disaster.
the St. John River an 1'' verge I Carl can now dwell amonsr m -r<- ,

Lake George commercial fishing I evidence of the situation they ones of the editorial artillery! h"

and result to of Imats tiM has fired 3C'curatf'1sin'f' th It
as a commercial fishing point rows fishing; 91' (I 1
in Florida has l>een dealt a at the .!-)('ks. dozens of nets on row distant dav. November 11. 1\11 '

i-tagserimr/ blow and many fi*h.'r- '' after row of rack and idle employees : when h.' ceased firing a'tual1'- '

men and their families are on the hanging around In th I tiHerv <.n the Western Front. Y I I

\ "rree of starvation. j Welak.t-Georgetown: area whit Ht1ton is! now horn from the war

The fight:/ between sports and commercial fishing; is going on is <>f w.-rd.-s' Hilt I doubt h-

commercial fishermen is an old confined to the operation of a f.. .

'ne and Kith have a place in tho traps and some trotlir.The bi r talking about the folks \\h fc.av"-
Florida 1.UM1 foot nets have been broughtin ; QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS AT LIUDSLEY'S
pirHire and much ho.xvand beer Bating/ the fish *>:th 'rN

misinformation has been dished and rarked. I (-i one. any .- ...... -Low." PltcU- -...T .. k
,........ .
out t> both sides.Personally. Here a <200O.O industry j in l t 1MMf a."fiM
y curate figures .n the arr.o-ir MM***.. f tfM W Ktrvft* Stock '- r ii.. 9Lindslcy
I d.'n t agree \vlti: a standstill. The annual ale of mend invented in commerr

some of the rabid ci'
who blame the commercial fishernv to western markets' ran l.eyon I I ret! tackle. etc but it fins :-. LumbeP

'n for all the fish they *J>>n t the two million dollar ficiires in hundred! of t,:usands of tI.-nap.- T _

catch and insist that if all co nrnervtal 19I.V: The State Board of Conservation know one reputable corr.mer
1'1'' [ UIfSLrT rAIDS. our4.. IIM*-1M .. >.. tt.UI .
fljhim"t'''' eliminated reports that a Total of -i-. ran :r the ---reetowr .r' ; .,... .....-..,-UII L _. ". .... .* .** -* ." V t. I_
...., .. .... .. .. ... ......... ...
our lake and streams would: ;v 3.:;:* .11: pounds were taken from who alont> has over S5O.OOO ir.v--=' 11 5u Iwo f lf -III I iN I tIIU.I
.. _. ... ... ..
.u/h 'u-'S I Ct.1- I. N 8'.4Is<
so fun .'f fish they would overflow these waters.At : <. their ank!'. ar average of 31c a pound 0. that :at! !,-ast a couple "f ?t:!
I don't thir.k that commerciil which the fishermen av they receive d liars would fall far .*!:ort

fishing in the waters of the St; that amounts to 5I.lSft>? ': covering; tie rinrey" actually 1t'

John or Like Okeechobee ar which y-Mi will hare tv admit ain't :: west"4 i" the industrv to-inr T- I

".u ttep sports fishing to any extent ha,.'. Take that kind of money out 'o rteaf; TRYING to BREAK I 1 '1 '

: in fact, in removing destroyers of circulation and somebody is commercial fihermer. why -

of fish such as turtle !gars bound tgo fcuspry an 1 I'm not OTVFS- p, r a-.v a: BREAK

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j i and he's OUTForever i'i'III '

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; .. It of "one-o-cat" street and Mickie '
1 '':-, was a game on a city was 11'11'i
i at bat. . The driver of an oncoming: car saw the play: . I..
r' sounded his horn and was driving cautiously through. One II
1; last pitch . the crack of a well-hit ball. . and Mickie ran. II
...It wasn't the driver's fault,but Mickie was OUT...forever! 11 11il i
Children playing in the streets of the Nation's cities and it i:
:. towns added 3,296 to the death toll charged against motor 'I';
I' traffic accidents last year. Even the death of two little children ':
Mr. MotoristOBSERVE ,
I is two too many young lives to be snuffed out that way. r rI I:
I r 3,296 is tragic! i I,

:, MAKE The schools of Florida are continually teaching traffic !'

i SAFE.DRIVING safety and warning against the dangers of the highways. Par-
i A HIJI1 ents should emphasize it in the home. Drivers should exert
extra precaution in passing schools or going through desig-
nated play areas.

E1 Our children's lives are precious. Do your part to prevent
these youngsters being struck down and OUT!

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Prepared by ttie Associated DatKes* Pahokee Police Department
'()f Florida. the Florida Press Assoc'
elation, and the. .National Con erve-! ;\I T\: .\X :MORGAN I ; ChiefFri
tion Bureau. s ptbHc service.


Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday October 3. KMT

Joe Syd Caudill f:'('.\l'E IMIK1 1! AHeymen Trounce Mrs. DuBose Named Al..erlllan. to.y iiu... wa.irl. _.,
I Pit Sam Lovell. =on cf Mr aid : the symbolic installation BTU orfictis -
Has Birthday Party Clewiston 32 0 Director Of Union
:.Irs. Pave Lovel, was cut and and members were likened
I bruised but fortunately escapei I to a violin and the directoras
:Mrs D. D. Caudill entertayu J j i The Pahoke- Blue Devils had :Mr, \\'. :'01. DuBose was instal-: presented with strings and bow of
injury a car accident!
set 10:15 in
on Thursday afternoon of last near L.sburg. Fla.. on Thursday I such an easy time blinking th' I t.d Director of the Fir BaptistTrairms the instrument bv- a spokesman
CI'wi'ton Tigers. 32:: to 0 in their : Urior at a meeting in from the union.
week with a party for her son light of last wtek stationed at
per on Lair Field Thursday the Fellowship Hall Sunday even- On the program following tn>
Joe S\d. who wa celebrating his Pan Frarcisco Calif.. he had arrived I
I night of last week that it !still remains in?. Other new" officers inducted installation Rev Pat limberly of
third armversary A col home only a few days be-foye
to be seen what they can do !were Mrs D ,\\ Young associatewector Bartow .spoke on The Value oi
scheme of red and blue via; furlough and expecting to receive -
or Tgianst stiff opposition Coach i : H L. Jaudon. generilstcrttarv Training Unions:' Two instrumental -
carried out decorationsand his discharge; from the Armywithin
in party
I Clvde alley took full advantage of : Miss Barbara Wilkinson duets were played by Mrs
with the next few months he
guests were presented the opportunity to give all men" o' chorister; : Miss Margaret H. L. Jau on. violinist, aid Rev.
and hats as favors. enioute to Gainesville to make
balloons was
paper the squad experience On the field Powell pianist: T. Wilson. ad,>.t Carl A. Mobersr pianist.
hermother. '; to enroll for the ?
hostess by arrangements .
The wa
of battle and the work of several president i : Ralph Grimes, fellow- -
.- :Mrs W. S. Shepard, of i ''and so.vieste- the Univcrsit.
(.r the second stringers" !showedup ship president: Mrs Stella Mullis> :Mrs H. C. :Monroe has arrived
also her sister. ::\lrs.Hkhar.l : Florida when the accident oc-
by of
Boynton wll young people's l leader: :Mrs F. G. from Mershon G.i.. to make her
::Merrill and mother-in- I cured He returned to Pahokee by: I
At the opening of the game John I I Gilh, intermediate" leader: Irs.i home in ihukt>r with her son-m-
law. Mrs J. R Caudill both of bus; Friday afternoon. Oglt"'= kickoff was fumbled by i Bishop Starling and Mrs Horac !law art .!'ai:uhter, Mr and Mr&T .
West Palm Beach. I ---
Clewiston and the ball was recovered Unv:in. junior leaders: :Mrs Neil L. Burns
Guests were Dorothy Hatton : National BPWC Week Pahokee on the Tigers I
Edward Fountain Kappy aid 31. J:ihan Snyder and Frank
Anne Roell Young Jeanette Ha-- I Will Be Observed lis carried the ball to the GH-I -,,
rington, Gail and Junior Garnsoa.Skeets .
where Ogle went through rigettackle
: Boe, Sharon Bacon. Robe*t I Plan for ob r'ingationJ1: for the first touchdown.
Boe Harlene Williams, Vicki Alley I B&PWC week, Oct. 5-11 were
Joe Kent" Carr's kick added an extra :-
Bonnilu and Emma Dot Lair made by members of the Eve- point. Later in the first Just ReeeiveclCARLOAD

Becky Grimes, Betty Jo Phillips, glades Business and Professional ,quarter the Blue Devils marched
Cornelia Cate, Spud Keen Gloria I Woman's Club at the first meeting I from their own 49 to the Clewistonsix
Smith Sandra and Robert. III. of the fall season held :Monday where Ogle again nlungja GOLD BOND3S"
Lampi Mead Maxwell Alice I afternoon at the home of the president through for a touchdown but
Elaine Hurt, Sunny Libhart, Mrs Tommie Lee DuBose Carr's kick was too low. In the
Wayne and Bruce Boynton, Don On Sunday, Oct 5, club members second quarter Clewiston recovered SHEET ROCK AND PLASTER

ald Hobson. John Bennett Cru- in a body, will attend thai a fumble on the Pahokee :20:
third. Wayne Beardsley, Harrv : sPr\'ice' the Canal Point
j i morning but lost the ball on downs on IN .
Cunningham, Kathleen Spencer, j i Baptist Church. Monday at 8 p. Blue Devil 18. The Blue Devi's .wwww.n.PLENTY
David and Roger Simonson, Allen: m. they will be guests of the Belle then marched 75 yards to the Clew-
Pope Joe Graham. Susan Graham I.Glade B&PWC at social meeting:
iston 7 when the half ended
Hickerson Elaine Salva- with Dr OF ROLL ROOFING
Freddy I in the Clewiston Inn At the start of the third quarter
tore Myra Jones, Billy Maxson I Nance of Tampa to be guest Pahokee took the kickoff on their
Homer Frasure, Alvin Johnson, at AND ASPHALT SHINGLESTHE
On Tuesday evening
(I speaker own 26 and in the next play Julian
Elizabeth Enf'ck5.'ally 18 o'clock a social meeting of the Snyder, fleet-footed halfback gave
John Lloyd Hundley, Wayne Scott I', local club will be held at the home spectators a thrill when he dodged
Hundley, Myra Ruth Frasure and I lof Mrs Alma Farrow and her sister through a hole at left tackle and wwwrww

Paul Merrill MissLucille! Williams who will raced 74 yards for another six
-- act as hostesses At this meeting points. James Sims plunged

Mrs. York Named :Mrs Frank Friend will present a through center for the point. Laterin I LARGEST STOCK OF
program on International Relations the third quarter the Blue '
Head Victory Class ." introducing 1\11'9. Eliza- Devil grounded a weak Tiger i BUILDING MATERIALS IN

I beth Pringle of West Palm Beach kick on the Clewiston 13 and Ogle
Mrs J. R. York was nominate 1 I I jas guest "peake1" The week's observance tore through right tackle for another I THE GLADES
president of the Victory Class of will end with a bridge i TD but Sims line buck fell
the First Methodist Sunday schoolat party at Cypress Inn on Thursdayat ; hort Near the end of the game
a business meeting Monday : 8 p. m. with :Mrs Doris Carte: the second stringers showed their I r

night. Other officers chosen for in charge of arrangements I stuff with a 42-yard march. featuring -
the (coming year were Mrs. R. \\'. 1 Mrs Farrow was named recording the running of Teddy Bob .

Sanders vice president and program socretarv. suc'ef"dingfr": '. Johnson and a 16-yard pass fron FREEDEUVERYTOPAHOKEE
chairman: Mrs Robert Amanda Jermgan who resigned Stanley" Hooks to :Mix Wilson to
Walker, secretary; Mrs. Terry early in the summer when shy Elwood Dart whiich carried" th-,*
Sellers treasurer, and Mrs. Earl moved" to Clewiston. Tentative ball to the Clewiston 5 where I II 7

Meredith, membership chairman. plans for club work during, the.coming Charles (Sonny) Phillips did whit Glades Appliance Corp.
discuss, l.
lierronofAtlanta. I year were_ ( he has been wanting to do for along
J. L. is
time I
.I long pranced aroun
spending several days here check- Mr W H. Brew ton is visiting.relatives
end for Touchdown. Sims
right a
Stuckev'sFertilizer Ga., this Phones 17 and 25 Belle Glade
ing over machinery at j in Savannah. again failed to plunge through for I ,
Works I I]vv eekWRIST the extra point. I,

Pahokee got 15 first downs to ,
Clewiston's one and netted 25; ? i .

yards rushing to the visitors' 19.
. Both teams fumbled" twice and .
lost the ball each time I '

:Mr and :Mrs Garner :Mole and
family of Lake Alfred visited hisbrotherinlaw
and sister" Mr and

Mrs Inman W Week1 here Sun- I Attention
day. Their" !son. Bubber :Mole is
: making his home with Mr and
\\I /'
\ - / Mrs Weeks while Pa-
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October 3, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Pag* Fire t

|'PTA Annual MeetTo I New Officers Union lira. W H. Vann has returned Ms. Ditty Taverra former Pa
Cinematic ChatterBy -once after pending the summen
I hokee: resident. has been a patientat
I Group To Be Installed i, : Her.dersonv N C. She was
:Malcolm: Millar Good Samaritan Hopital.'eot
I II Be Held St. Pete accompanied to Pahokee by her !
I Palm -.
Plans for entertaining the Baptist mother. Mrs. Minnie L. Hughes Beach Nt ere she receivedtreatment
Known as the bloodiest most i November I Palm-Lake Association whet who was her guest there through tor injuries suffered
lawless town in all the West vva1: 4 to 6th it meets at the Pahokte First Bap- I September. : during the storm

Liberal Kansas in the (early eighties. i I 1i i I tist Church on Oct. 15 were mace

The main street was Trail I TAMPA Reminding Florida i| bv the \\'oman's1issionary Unionat iC iC><>{i??S A S<*><*>?VV? >
Stn .t. studded with saKions anJ a meeting at the church Monday Y f Y L Y 'l Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y r
!I -
Congress of Parents and Teacher" A "
gambling riff-raff of joints the United populated States by gun-the 'numbers that the annual convention : -I| ; afternoon. :x: Office :Machine Headquarters X::
I of the organization will be I Ii It was announced that new.y v y
mt', dance-hall gals :i held in St. Petersburg, N-vembar''' dectf'(1ll'" officers::, including oA> l"nder".ood Ty pe\\'ritersS
and what not. 4-6. Mrs. J. Flo-" Griffin Tampa. "--. T'n ,ice Unwin. president u nd- trand Adding Machine <.

Irto this -cttmg seine some ad- president urged that resolutions Mites;: Fl'-ai! "th Caraway and Mi*. a Marehant Calculating] Machine:" "a
venturesome farmers from the I intended for co-.s derati.n at tu.s 1.. \\'. Multi!!: vice presidents: Mrs
East bringing with them wheat convention be submitted in ads I C L.. Sh.Tlev. secretary: Mr" J. H 'V' Elliott -\ddre"o" Graph of.Ya
. . which was to change the entire I Wilkinson treasurer and Mrs F. :,.
i dance so that proper time will o! ; F & E Check Writer :"
map of that state and which J allowed for tudy by the Resolutions G. Gill!..';. ;\'oungpeople's director 4

was to bring counties "dirt" I Committee. will be installed.. Monday at_. 3;SOp 4 y H..LSEGRIFFITH, IXC. ,.'.?
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farmers to the region. Mrs Griffin stated that any proposed m. with .Mrs. bam JMcHinstrv ..t.Phone 2383'e: -t Palm Beach ,
Resentment flared. Guns blazeu. resolutions must be in the I acting a" installing officer. + Yt"3

Men died. But the dauntless hands of the committee well in ad- Mrs L .\\'. Mullis presented a Y <*>sa>ea>sa>e*aex><*>e>s>s se>**a*as**>eaa V d Aa
farmers held on. Into this chaotic vance of the meeting since no resolutions special program at the meetingin
steaming cladron came one Randolph will be received during the observance of week of prayer with -,
Scott the law and action convention.She Mrs Margaret Thompson. Mrs J.
started in another direction. In the I' points out that since these C. Mock Mrs F. G. Gillis. Mrs

end came triumph for right death resolutions if adopted become the Vinson Henderson. Mr::=>. G. M
for the lawless and the real Kansas -! basis of action for the ensuing Grimes and Mrs Horace Unwin Shrubs and TreesALL

was born. year by more than 600 PTAs in taking part.Contributions. .
This is the thumb nail story of Florida it is essential that time to home missionsby

"Trail Street which is to he be allowed for careful study. the group were reported bv VARIETIES AT RETAIL
screened at the Prince Theatre this Mrs. Dora Skipper. Tallahassee Mrs Nell Alderman and Miss
coming Sunday- Ionday. with second vice-president of the Flon- Caraway.
Randolph Scott. Robert Ryan, da Congress is chairman of the --- i Authorized Sales and Service

Anne Jefferies and George "Gab- committee and has called a preliminary James H. Wilson was able to i i I
by" Hayes as the stars and an imposing meeting on Monday. November return home last week from Good I JACOBSEN POWER AND

list of featured player in 3. The Executive Com- Samaritan Hospital West Palm !!
support. Every moment of it will mittee will also meet on this date. Beach, where he recently underwent i i J. HAND LAWNMOWERS:
be loaded with action and I'm President Griffin has also called !- an operation
tipping you off to the best Western : for a meeting of the directorsof I I I
in some time. !I the ten PTA regions in the stateto ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.

Tuesday Wednesday brings i i discuss a reorganization of the
Open Wednes-day and Saturday afternoons
double feature. First "So I
up is I regional set-up. Classified Ads i
Dark The Night" with Steve Geray I Attending this session will ho 1100 Southern Bhd.. West Palm Beach

and Michehne\, Chenel as the stars i Mrs. E. C. Rogers. Pensacola: Mrs I
and well known players assisting N. B. Bevis, Greensboro: Mrs SEPTIC tanks and grease traps : I
them in bringing out all of the suspense Ellis Putnall. Mayo: Mrs Leon cleaned and repaired. *>hone '

in this entertaining show. : Forbes. Jacksonville: Mrs H. A. 3872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c I I II .
Second Palatka Mrs Frank MPumphrey. ----- -
picture up is "Michigan Owen. ; -I'
Kid." story by Rex Beach and Jon Daytona Beach: Mrs. FOR KENT: South ls Section 11, I II
Hall. Victor McLaglen, Rita Johnson 'I S. E. Horne Tampa: Mrs \\'. ((254 acres), at Sand Cut. Phone ) I
I 584.
and Andy Devine It is i Gwynn Fox. Sarasota: Mrs Henry JUtf

roistering story of the old West i Pacetti. Lake Worth and Mrs C. ,I FOR KENT OK S.\LE: South half
that will have you hanging on'o B. Tutan Miami This group as- of 10-43-37 About 112 miles east
your seat. By all means see this 1 well as the committees will mak of Belle Glade-Pahokee Road ?.t
fine show. a report to the full Board of Managers -
Runyan. This; land is thoroughly
Thursday-Friday brings beautiful I will also hold luncheons on
ditched is in the east shore drainage -
Loretta this date.Tampa. A
Youngand -- district and lays adjacent to Servant of the Glades
the stars of "The Ni-j
ven as
the main drainage canal. Will rert
Marriage", which i is a ,
Makes Plans all or part at $1500 per acre or I
that will have you in stitches. especially -I
when you glance at someof For Its State Fair sell section at a 1 in reasonable the same price.townshipand Also 4 Buses To Miami

the names in the featured cast. .
drainage district which has To West Palm Beach
Eddie Albert Charles Ruggles. TAMPA Back from a tour of recently been cleared at $10.00 per I.

Zazu PiUs, Rita Johnson. Jerone the nation's largest agricultural acre. These twoparcels are sur- Dally To Ft :Mjers & Lakeland
Cowan. Howard Freeman and P. T. Streider.
exposition. general rounded by sugar cane and vegetable I
many others. The show is strictlya I manager of the Florida State Faire farming. Owner A. X Kei.- i

laughing show, and if you lik- >.pre!*ed optimism over prospectsfor nedy. Geneseo New York or your
clever comedies you will enjoy: his big exposition next February -I broker. St. A 15chtf Glades Motor Lines Inc.

this one. and related tales of record- --- --- ,
Saturday brings a double featu ,smashing attendance everywhere \\'.\NTEI>: Long term mortgage
with "The Last Crooked Mile". Streider said plans for the 191St I loans ten to twenty years. 01i 44 SERVING THE

starring Donald Barryand Ann Florida State Fair were being i I well located farm or cattle ranch
Savage and boasting a fine cast of I geared up and that the most !u- land also business property C A. GLADES"a

supporting players. It is listel ficult problem faced was that "f I Bailey: Phone 70.. Belle Glade. F knIII a
as one of the most interesting I! providing space for all of the e\- -- -
.Vt'LINO of any kind. See m at i!
murder mystery films that his i'' hihitors who expect to participate ,'
!1 home on Bacom Point Road
my I II
come from Republic studios and 'I' in the exposition. I I ii' I
I I1.
I (',, Frank Chanev. S2t: )<*
I'm sure you will (enjoy it. - -

--- .-- -- | Cal Hull former Pahokee re"i- I I'FOR I N\I.K: International T-D< I

Mr. and Mrs D D. Caudill hadas dent now h'i1gin Nest Palrnj purchased August 1943. $3 00.
guests the past week his parents j Beach, is visiting his. brother and Pahokee Phone 5 Mr and Mrs J. F.. Caudill o' sistr-m-law Mr and Mrs W G. i --- -
West Palm Beach and her si>ter. i i Hull in Pahokee this week 10KLE:: State certified planting 1.--. ,. .
Mrs Richard Merrill and son, 1, - I stock. Easter Lily Bulb. for 1.I ... < --- -

Paul of West Palm Beach and, | Mr and Mrs T. \\'. Jenkins had sizes two to three 2c. three to fou I :
mother Mrs \\'. S. Shepard :>f i''as guests over the weekend Mr 3c. four to five 4c. five to six 7**.

nl) 'nton. I land Mrs c. E. Cardm of Miami ( L. A. McKmney. Lake Placid. I'' It ," ...t1 .. :
.I-'a. S26o --....:, .

I> I OR x:\I.K: New\ Willy Jeep I if J
,1.J. 'e'''eRf "
j i Walter Ashley Garage in Bt H' i
Glide Phone 126. Jllc'iI '
From where I / Joe Marsh _. ,I /. \
:i- sit... / 'OR "-.\I.t- :-Two bedroom- houv It's gaol "!" -?; /J' \."\ {1_

I. on Bicom Point road! $">.0i I l .!,. ;. J
i terms can l*> arranged See Jo.? # oC'l'
"It's I Hatton or call 331. P2>ch !{ I ,.
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n \In- OI1CHH. Baby Ducks. because it'sALFAR ": : 1 lI I
That Counts'I COD Write for price l.!'tDavd .
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I Nichols l Hatcherv R'ck-' 4.\ : "
mart Gvor ia_ Oct3'- '
stole the title of this column a Macs of mellow beer with frinn:
from a magazine article that said . the companionship of man and 1'OR .... \I.K: 14 NVhamp'. /

a whole lot better than I can "hat wife, unrutllfd by distraction of pullets start laying in October

farm and country life can mean. the city . the mutual tolerance I 2 rrnkrols. these art'I.* chicken.1 -
$2%OO for the lot J T Platt Can- !i
\Ve talk about farm profits production ef one another ta..tet-in ehooe- 1'----' n.-11- ';:sie .
il! PnntI ..'
tog friend, cla of beer I .. p"/
research and nuKirualimproven.tnts a or a + or
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... but in': t :rite 8 candidate for Go ernor.M 'ORI.K: 2O lots in Stre.\m1 C /.1 >'-.. F,

what we really value ii. the !>". :t.J, I'm all for material ..mprovpforta. :"e uh-dvi5IC'n.. rear ice plant
country living offer ue'.tha Rut fr m ...,h'r.1 lit, Pa1-!:,>ke.C, .\, Ba.-v! Ph.-r:.> 7.t t

chance t>' bo clo!* to our fan.:."j tie real coo>!iit'"'' of o\Or a, s-try Bo'l: Glade -- '""

and r.ujrhbors ..children ,.*-ar.' : J..'e i" that lI'.r.t rf t"l'.I-! :ee, I-OKI.I.- ::--:New: Chrysler Die- *,1 I ..... -- '2' ,

in the chore .. ork.ns) ,';+r r-Aitra.on, .and g''o3 feK'shipU!'! : 1"\1\.r\ Vr.t 61 tp. S1O7 wortif _1

own h.u.vls at a worthv\hile ;,>bAnd .. parts with each motor total tn" :g: LF
7 I E
(1 ( !1G4)), This &: Jl:
ct.untr> plraur arc .t,-, jILt. 1 i i parts and motor I rfl
simple: rood] talk at da>'. end and 0. -If.. Government un- e.
Lr item !supply! of part availableJo ,- ., ....;.r I.I .IIi '::7.
I' T Boynton Phone 13-. CmAal I if. ---">. :' : 8filFriday

c :"+ .,;; \.1::': C-':c.i "Ze lira,CTJ f",w. ..;..++ ) Point f

Sit The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday. October 3, 1947

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?Motorists Given Detailed InformationOn "unencumbered net worth." I Bankers Believe IennethIock: has gone to

. 5-Presenting a policy voluntarilyacquired Fort Lauderdale where he will b-.

New Financial Responsibility Law prior to the accident and Forestry Essential employed for several weeks.

-- affording protection equal to thi

TALLAHASSEE Here's the If desirable the commissionermay law's requirements for a policy BROOKSVILLE Forestry in -- -.f

ABC of Florida's new motorist I call for additional reports subsequently obtained. Mrs. Frank Osteen has returned
]Florida has been the full I
given endorsement -
financial responsibility law: from the drivers. Until the time comes for renewal here to resume her teaching of

A-This law doesn't affect you "All reports shall be made without of the tag of the "suspended" of the State Bankers music after spending the summerin

until you have had (after October prejudice and shall be for the vehicle persons other than the suspended Association, it was announced by Fort Pierce.

1) an accident causing property confidential use of state officials;' driver may continue to President Alfred A. McKethan of I ..

damage of $50 or more or injuryor continues the law. "No such report operate the machine. Bonafidesale Brooksville. who stated that his I

death to a person. Past accidents shall be used as evidence in any of the machine will clear its group will seek recognition of the Canned dog food is starting a

don't count .' taken economic valrea of forestry to i come-back after a complete absence -
against you. trial arising out of an accident. . registration. Action will be
the vehicle if not Florida thrt.ug1! a seven-point program I during the war. when cans
B-After this first accident has even
The commissioner singles out the
I were urgently needed for other
occured because of your carelessness " owner-driven at the time of the to enlist the cooperation
negligent driver or driversfromthese
according to nationalsurvey
purposes a
you must show your abilityto accident, so long as the car or bankers business men Ian down-
reports and notifies thestate's :
truck used with his ers and the general public.A just completed by the
pay the damages should you public safety and motor was being per- American Can Company.
mission.If special committee has been
cause a second accident.
vehicle departments. (A driver no'
of the five "outs" appointed by McKethan to furtherthe
any one
C-That ability to pay may b:! satisfied with the commissioner'sfinding
have been taken, the suspension of bankers' aim in this direction
demonstrated either by possessinga may go to any circuit -- -
the license and tag will be liftedconditionall and is comprised of George G.Ware. ,
casualty insurance policy or in a judge for a review.) '- -- - - -

number of less common ways. I IIt's |I The public safety department )'. Leesburg. chairman; SamD.
That condition is the continu- Anderson. Quincy; John T.
not a compulsory insurancelaw. I j I suspends the driving license of the
of the financial Campbell Bradenton; George E.
If you don't have insurancenow i'motorist, and the motor vehicle ance responsibilityproof
of which must be presented Lewis: Tallahassee; X. L. Pellict>r, Prince TheatrePahokee
you need not buy a policy !(I department will not renew the license -
St. and J. 11. :
when the driving license or vehic Augustine Rigga
or do anything else--until yoicause :' of the vehicle itself at th?

a collision. 'I'end of the license': year. registration are renewed annually Jacksonville.
I The legend "restricted" will be X. L. Pellicer is a member of
That accident will bring you for Both of these actions may boat Florida
both to ': this. the Florida Forest and Park As- ,
stamped on assure
the first time to the attention of 1!t staved off, however, by'doing anyone
Persons': from most of tht"10 sociation and general chairman of
the authorities concerned with administering of five things:
Ii the Keep Florida Green campaign S1'N. MON.: OrtatxrV6
I: other states requiring motorist responsibility .
this law. -Obtaining a liability policv'coverning

Every accident must be reportedby I'' damages of $5.000 for I I will be affected -----

official investigators-highway bodily injury or death of one person through reciprocity agreements m

patrolmen, deputy sheriffs, policemen : ; $10,000 for injury or death of the same manner as Floridians for Seaboard Railway .
and others-to the state insurance ,'two or more persons, and $1,000 accidents in this state and Florid-
in this state Seeks Tax RefundTALLAIIASSEF.The Jt
commissioner': at Tallahas- :i for property loss. ians for accidents
and Floridians will be bound, to').
see. (That's another title for 2Displayinga surety bond : '

State Treasurer J. Edwin Larson.iThose I(I written by a company authorizedto for mishaps elsewhere. Seaboard .. ..

reports will contain the do business in Florida and for Drivers who have a record of being Airline Railroad has asked the tt\OOlPH[ sam QRT n.A.f .\.

following information: date and the same amounts as the liability poor insurance risks will not Florida Supreme Court to compel Errs- (;[CH1'U.ns

place of the accident, owners or II Ii policy.3Depositing. be deprived of protection because Comptroller Gay to refund S47.0GO ,'
of this although they may bo required in state intangtblt" taxes which it
operators involved, extent of damage with the state j .
to for Tl"KN.-UKI).. ()( .toh..rM
and-this is the law's language 'treasurer' $10,000 in cash for marketable pay more coverage.The I claims': were collected without

--"if determinable, the individual !: securities. law compels!' insurance com- I authority of law a year ago.

>anies. on a rotation basis to write I The court issued an alternative nOUHl..1'EATlJRE:
at fault. j I 4 Possessing at least $40.000 of I
these policies. j writ of mandamus directing Gay
State Treasurer Larson emphasizing I '
to make the refund within thirt-,

the point that drivers grin ? days or submit his reason for not

c C themselves under the law by highway I dome so. Assistant Attorney i

negligence says investigation General McCullen. representing

( ,.,.'-1.. ;, --- has shown "a small minority of Gay. agreed! to issuance of the

--... .-..... langerous. irresponsible drivers is

h cauingmo': ?t of our accidents.': writ.The tax was collected during the

.r ;:::ft'' "Those who endanger the persons administration': of the late Comptroller

.. 'l and property of others hereafter Lee on the theory that

7Q must be able to pay for their mortgages issued by the Railroad

.. r:. recklessness': he asserted. were taxable when submitted for
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Moving Vans Get I 1'; )


Moving van members of HF.\CII
- 4// the Florida Trucking Association CITY OF PAHOKEE. -

: were granted permission to haul Petitioner STEVEN GERAY- MICHELINE CHEIREL
+ ,'s. oual lCCa.) .MI oooa.(g>>lIftIU.rnDI FEIIWewa..r
r new and uncrated household good,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. : anrrr 1.1.rps
I office furniture and other related and other Rf''pondt"nt.ItSntD .*. : tr TU)1COa5 slay tr JDSUIIa UWIS
articles by the Florida Railroadand TO THE STATE OF FLORID AND
at a hf'aringht're last Commission.. OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMINO
permit was granted subject to th FD BY THE ISSUANCE BY THE RfX
Commission's attorneys and rate I I CITY OF PAHOKEE. FLORID OF
department working out proper AFTER MORE PARTICULARLYDESCRIBED I! i

terms and to a conft'renct'tl1 OR TO BE AFFECTED |
representatives': of the applicant t.> The State of Florida through the I(

a I decide just what the term "related j jarticles" I State" Attorney of the Fifteenth Judicial ,
I Clrrult of calc State and the several 4
will include. I l pro>ert\ owners" taxpayer cltlrern: j jI '
and other. having or claiming anv
right title. or Interest In property tot
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>f" affected bv the Issuance tav the Cityof A UNIVIRSAl PICIUIt
IN THE CIRCflT COURT OF THE: Pahokee Florida of the. Refunding '
I fUTFtNTII jri>ICI\L flRCl'IT O*' Waterworks Bonds hereinafter. mor" '
is no substitutefor tl.OKII IN ANII FOR PUMnrrn I partlcularlv described or to he affected : TlIl..t.-I.ltl., KtolN-r 9-10
COINTCIIN. \. In nnv Was: thereby are. hereby re-
NO. 33,90' o-ilred to appear before the Circuit
CITY OF PAHOKEE. Court cf Palm Beach County In the. I
security. Petitioner. Circu Court Chambers the Court
. ta. : Houe at We" Palm Peach Florida nI
THE STATE OF FLORID. : i I the. f>'h da\ rf October 1947 at II 00 '
and other RespondentMinn I o'clock A M and show cause whv tbe. i 1
\ : > oKittK TO SHOW cr E I; p-s\ers! of the petition filed in the younTI 4r
TO THE STATE OF FIORID\>D i, aKo-e rir.veedina: *h<-jld not be pram |
THE SEVERAL PROPERTY OWN-: rd and rhe Rff-indn \raterwork*
Southern Bell's Pension, and Sick Benefit Plan FRS TAXPAYERS CITIZF.SSSD Bnd therein described and the pr" -
OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMING I -"'f"f'r.Il'uhnrarlnll: the. -' ."
for its Employees has been in effect 34 years ANY RIGHT TITT E OR INTEREST: ,",'.>f aJ1<1a'Pd and confirmed ad
IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFFCTET i b.>uds be-.r.e da'ed March 1 194? b'"'-
with all costs paid by the Company.Folks BY THE ISSl'ANCE BY THE i trc in the aggregate principal amo r.- "rr
CITY OF PAHOKEE FIORIDOF '! C48 (*x> ,n the dncmlnatiori f
THE WATER REVENUE BONDS i: SI xx) bearing Interest at 3 percent" pei t4
HEREINAFTER MORE PARTim i i, ann-m and maturing serially in 'hf'
ARI Y DESCRIBED OR TO PE \FfECTED \ear l<>74 to 19"11.' Incluslie. A more'
here at Southern Bell enjoy the many advantages IN ANY WAY THERERTh. :' I, n mp' T. crlplon of .al State of Florid thri"igr the InS b-rnd '.s ntaned tn the. pen t
of an Employee Pension Plan that holds promiseof : State ..Vtorreof the Fifteenth: Jtid 'nn ffe herein 1
rial Ctrc-it' of ald State and the evrral j i DON? AND ORDERED at west Palm' .d II
happy, secure years ahead. propertner!'. taxpayer cltlrens B .. F' '.rta this 9th day of Se ,
an? other hattac'r rlalmlr.K envttcht |I '..m hfo' 14:'
title or interest In property to | Joe S WHITE J-idee 'f
Yes Southern Bell wa not only! one of the bv the. City .. "
very be affected bv he tviance :i i 'h ( 1r<"'llt Court ot thF.or'h ' .
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WaterRevenue > \ (Icttrb r II
or the
f't Pabckee Florida
first companies to give its employees a Pension Program "Bond hereinafter moreparticularly I rf r..lda J'ld't:n and: I -

but its Pension Plan has continued described. or to. be affec-- Pam: Beach Coir.f.CHIROPRACTOR
to .
;e one ed In anv wav th..r..tIar. hereby required 's, 1 P'i-u: Sept :2 19. 26 Oct J !)(H1H.IrE.T'HI;
of the best. It is of to appear befire: the cm.t
part a comprehensive Employee Court of Pam: Beach County In th.rut .- !

Benefit Plan that also covers sickness accident, dis- C Hanff!!- at
ability and death the 5th day of October 1947. at II QO.
payments. o'clock! A M and show I"a'4" why tt-
pra\"f'T't of the. petition fl'ed:: :n the '
These advantages together with goodvages.stcajy abc\e proceeding .Iiotiid not be ffrare '- ',FST rsM CEtcilSON : Mile"1i't1.1
Bc'-'l 'h. .'.' *ed and: the ,- i IF. ',r APE
employment,vacations and holidays: with provi.e: :!\ de !1 > : pceed.ns
pay. = ,
; a'tth<->rt/ir.ff she :"uarthereo -<> TT"r..q: ntT'"R.C ' IS T : i'r' : ;

a feeling; of security for Telephone: folks throughout *' va'Sda-e: and (ccnfinr.e ..a-1 DR. L. S. JONKSa \ :VN t'\: \ ,K:
rnd' v.'n dated' Marrh I 1Hhfo! -
working years and after retirement. \\rs '.n the a; g'egate. rrn: ("'...: arnof -:.,' -.... B diohs
2370rm: :-. she' d- ..omuatrnII : .f : v'. .V'." Pa -a Pea. S F.I -:\I. O"Phantom ---
000 Ili2 Ofheeof mat ln1. er-a -
They benefit you too. because by contributing to :l\ :n the. rear 145 to 19T3 :n.-..!..:'p

the of workers the result is and fSSOX) the-eoj mat'.r.rur Of ThePlains"
well-being Telephone ',rt t.' try r redemption on Septerr -

better and more economical telephone service. in j .;, ..:. tlcn bPr I of Ir9'AId revenue A morn beads'prnp'rtr:.. contar.d.T1't lin CHILLS FEVER

th. pt.ton! on T!> herein:
B,*rh FV-tda this 9:h day cr September DUE TO MALARIARELIEVED666
IfKorporefed S WHITE Ju!:;e The V. ILI' BILL F.LLJOTT
Circuit Court cr eFft.
_nth Jud1"-lal l" : ANN:: : : -ia :r. ar. hr P.ah, c .-.t"<
N t ..- tt li 19 it Oct 3

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: \ "One of the most serious traffic accident problems unquestionably *
I is the pedestrian says State Motor Vehicle Commissioner
I George H. Asbell.
I Of 641 motor traffic fatalities during the last complete year
t 195, or 34%, were pedestrians, a higher death rate in that
classification than was shown in the previous year's record.At .

At least 159 more people will be killed by automobiles in
Motorist03SERVE Florida this year during the fatal months of March, April
and May. Of these 54 will be pedestrians if the latest rec
ord prevails. The indications are that fatalities will be even
i MAKE greater. 7 out of 10 of these deaths will occur at night and
!. SAFE DRIVING three-quarters of them will be walking or crossing in a way
A HABIT to contribute to their own deaths.

This is a timely warning! Be alert to traffic hazards when
you are a pedestrian. Cross at properly designated crtssings. ,
Don't rush out from between parked cars in the middle of
the block. Never walk against the light. On highways.walk to
the left, facing traffic.

ALL It's your life at stake. Walk safely-live longer!

Prepared by tie Associated Da:Get
of Florida.I tHe Florida Press Association
,and the National;, )Conservation COMMISSIONERFriday :
Ejreau AI a nukCe: t.rvic*.

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Page Eight The Everglades New. Canal Point Florida F'lJ..y. October 3, 194V

HurstBrowning planned to have all the blocks laid CHURCH OF CHRIST

this week. The building is being SCIENTIST"t'NREALITY"
Personal ItemsTyler
made possible by the
voluntary is the subject
Mr. and Mrs.: J. A.King cf Hobe

Sound announce the engagementof : contributions of labor and moneyof of the Lesson-Sermon which will

many of our friends and mem- be read in Churches of Christ.
their niece Miss Katherine
bers. Scientist Jackson son of Mr. and
throughout the world
Ruth Hurst to Talmadge Eugene . Mrs. C. T. Jackson has enrolledfor
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fletcher of Browning, son ofIrs.. H. C. Sunday. October 5.

California are the parents of a son, Browning and the late Mr. Brown- :Marion Ogle Is The Golden Text is: "The hilN :I, Georgia his third Tech.year Atlanta.of study at

James Edward, who arrived Sept. ing of Canal Point. melted like wax at the presence: ;
Chosen FFA Pres. '' Ted Ray has returned to Atlanta.
tenth. of the Lord at the presence of' -
Miss Hurst is a graduate of I Ga., after
.. . the Lord of the whole earth. The a visit with Mr. and
Stuart High School and is employed -
Marion Ogle of Canal Point. heavens decide his righteausnessand Mrs. Raymond Caruthers in Pa-
Circle Group Hears as secretary to C. Jennings hokee.
Derrich, M. D.. in'est Palm Pahokee High School GI student. all the n ople see his glory"Psalms : :,

Mrs. C. T. HowesMrs. Beach. was elected president of the Paho ( 97:5. G L Mr. and Mrs. \\'. H. Jones had

kee Chapter Future Farmers of Among the citations which comprise as recent guests Jimmy Merrill
Mr. is of
Browning a graduate
C. T. Howes America at a reorganization meet- the Lesson-Sermon is the following -, and Sam Jones of New Bern N. C.
presented a Glenwood High School Glenwood,
program on "The Child and ItJEducation" : Ga. and is employed as salesmanfor ing of the FFA group at the high from the Bible: "They that :! Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hoperich and

at school las tweek with Richard L. wait upon the Lord shall renew son will be guests of her sister
a meeting of the Dr. Pepper and 7-Up Bottling
Simonson-Lair Circle First Methodist Brooks, chapter advisor, presiding. their strength; they shall mount ''''Mrs. E .\\'. Harshman. in Sebringover

WSCS at the home of MrsT. Co.The wedding will take place Other officers elected were Payne up with wings as eagles: they sha'.l: the weekend.

L. Burns Friday afternoon. October 4 in Canal Point. The Jackson, vice president; Steve run. and not be weary; and they ;:i Al Driggers has resigned asmanager

Kirk, secretary; Dickie Johnson, shall walk, and not faint" (Isaiah I 1
Talks on the topic were given by young couple will make their home i of the B&B store in Pa-

Mrs. T. I.. Burns Friday afternoon in Canal Point.Herron treasurer; Elwood Dart reporter 40:31): j hokee and plans to move next
: and James Scott watchdog.The The Lesson-Sermon also includes J I
Talks on the topic were given by week with his family to Buffalo,

Mrs. R. J. Schroder. Mrs. Arch group voted to conduct reg- the following passage from the I!N. Y.. where he has accepted a
SalvatoreThe ular chapter meetings on the firs textbook "SrI ,
Science -
Blakey. Mrs. G. W. Byrd. Sr.. Mrs.L. new position.Mr. .
and third Monday nights of each ence and Health with Key to the ,
J. I
Fraser Mrs. Frank Friend and Mrs. Henry B.mvick
of Miss Rose Lucille month. Plans were discussed for Scriptures">s" Baker ;
and Mrs. Howes. Mrs. R. F. Hurt marriage by: Mary Eddy: i t and daughter have returned froma
Salvatore and Albert Roy initiating "green hands" into the "The meaning of that passage is >
was in charge of the devotionals.Mrs. visit with relatives in Thomas-
Herron. Jr., will be solemnized at chapter. The president announced not perverted by applying it liter-
Blakey reported that th- I yule Ga.
a candlelight ceremony at the Pa- that standing committees will bo ally to moments of fatigue, for the:
junior boys of the church schoolwere
named at the Miss Mabel: Fletcher has joinedthe
hokee First Methodist Church this next meeting. moral and physical are as one in ;
collecting gifts for the amputees Friday evening at seven o'clocK - their rf'sults.'hen we wake t.' j I faculty of Florida State Unersity :>
at the veterans hospital
with the Rev. Carson T. :Mrs.! of all \ Tallahassee, as a memberof
Maribelle the truth
pastor Rawls has returned being, disease i
in :Miami Beach and Mrs. Hurtreported I 'I .
the Jibrarstaff.
the collection of for Howes, officiating.Miss home after spending thf'SllmmE'r pain, weakness, weariness, sorrow university
:Mrs.! !
HanBa ter
the school's Salvatore will be given in with her mother and other sin. death, will be unknown, and : ant
kindergarten group by daughter have returned from
the marriage by her father Carmen relatives in High Springs. the mortal dream wTll forever ,
Plans discussed
junior girls. were -
Salvatore Sr. Mrs. Richard K.Hodges - cease" ((218:2: -2)). North Carolina where they spent
for repairing and renovating several weeks with Mr. Baxter
of Belle Glade sister of
the school's bungalow which Mrs. M. A. Gay has returned to I who is employed there.
: the bride-elect, will be matron of
was damaged by the recent storm. > Miami after a visit with her son- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilkinson :Mr.! and :Mrs.! f-:. C. Watson and

Mrs. Frank Friend was named honor and Gordon C.'alkt r. in-law and daug::ter. Mr. and MrsJ. have returned from a visit wit: children and Mrs. Arthur n-13'1
brother-in-law of :Mr. Herron will
chairman of a committee to raise C. Mock, and other relatives I relatives in Panama City and Don- have returned from a visit inRlakt'
b* best man. Milton Salvatore
funds for the circle. Others on here. aldsonville '
the committee include Mrs. the bride-elect's brother, and JohnT. I Ga.

Mrs. Pickett Jr., will act as ushers.
Schroder. Mrs. Burns and

G(>f). B. Ramey. Nuptial music will be furnishedby -- __ __ __ __ I
Appointee d on the church f1orhcommittE' Mrs. H. C. Graham, organist, r-------------- :1

{, for October were Mrs. and Miss Ora Faye Cranford. vocal II) I U

Duncar Pidp"tt nrd Mr*. J. D. soloist who will sing "Th I I I, 'i 01I

Rogers. Oct. 5: :",Irs. Geo. B. 1 Sweetest Story Ever Told" and I :; ;1

Ramey and Mrs. T. W. Weeks, Oct. I {>('ause." i

12; Mrs. J. V. Thomas and Mrs. There will be a reception for Phelix and Paul Slonaker
:: :1
WilliamMcClenithan.. Oct. 19; I close! friends following the ceremony. :

Mrs. Earl Meredith and Mrs. J. R. After a wedding trip to the ''I I,

York Oct. 26. I East Coast the couple plan to Ii II

Mrs. J. V. Thomas and Mrs. L. make their home in Fort Lauderdale II II !!

where he is associated with I
J. Fraser were -.velcoired: as new 'j !II

memberand Mrs. H. J. Clause! asa the American Oil Company.No !, II

visitor. Refreshments were : invitations are being issued I

served the hostess.C. but friends of both families are

by .. invited to attend.Unusual .- Ii Announce the New Management

A. Major is spending a few -

weeks in Greenville, S. C., on busi Day Is
ness. ;![ of the I

Planned By Canal
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Statement of. the'r!>hiplanar.: .- i
ment. Circulation He., Required by Point MethodistsOne Ii I
the Acts of Congress of August 24. i
S 1912. and March 3, 1933 I
Of The Everglades New published of the most unusual days o* ,1 ,
ureklv at Canal Point. Florida for in ,
worship will be
Oct 1. 1947. many years
State of Florida ) observed next Sunday the Can-

> RS. al Point Methodist Church. In the
county or Palm Beam > i Pahokee .
Before f'm."nd" notary public in and for !I morning we will observe Churcn ::1

the county lores-aid, personally School Rally Day at 10 A. A
appeared Paul Rardin. who having
been dulv sworn according to law. deposes I union service for all members of

and say that he Is editor and the school is planned with a part !
owner of The Everglades News and that
the following I... to the best of hU of the observance being the presentation -

knowledge and belief a true statementof of a small award to each
the ownership management etc.. of : !
the aforesaid publication for the date family in which all of the member Fish Market

foho,.". in the above capttrn. requiredby of the family now living at home
the Act of August 24. 1912. as
amei.drd by the Act rf March 3. 1933. are present in the service. An
embced tn section 537. Postal Laws award will also be made of the i
and Regulations. to-wlt
That the name and addresses of the family with the most members I

publisher, editor managing editor andbu.tne.a present. We pray and plan that .1 I
managers are"
Publisher; Paul Rardin. Canal Point. this will be the biggest and moo:

Florida effective Rally Day in our Churcr. I
Editor Paul Rard.n. Canal Point. 4
Florida School history . quit in keeping .

Point.That Florida the owner U Paul Rardin. Canal with the biggest Church Schoolwe i Fresh Fish

Tint t't... known bondholders mc>rtgagf'f' have ever had. I
and other security holders owning I
This service will be followed, by ;
- holdlnff 1 net (' more of -
total "nonnt of hoods mortgages!: or the llorning'orship SE'n'I'et I Fresh Poultry dressed '!
ethere..-' rate are MINT. 11 which will honor our Church
That the averace number cf copiesof
each Issue of this riiMlcatln sold or School Teachers: and Officer' I

distribute through th" malls or otherwise Recognition of service awards will I :
to raid subscribers during the Eggs Meats Groceries Produce
twelve months tvec-edlr.g! the date l:>e made! to all of our teacher ,

shown ahc't" 807p.l Ra"-1n The sermon will be on "Guide- "

Editor! rand "d Owrer posts" to the Kingdom of God.
'uh- >f'd before me this I Frozen Foods
Sr".'t cr I In the evening at ;:3n: iir con-
1st d O-'o*-e- 2 47
.N.-ti-: '" r.t-lt'! t:t'cation111 join hands in prater :
l"y'tn S n..n Jr.1tf .
C -'r'r F..rr< f>tI? WS.OT 1! with all Christian tlit'I I
acroi the world in our (

S ', I of \\','rl.!-ZVide Communion Sunday I
"Notice\ Is h "rh1'1'en hat on 1Vrsday -
: IVtcner HT1 1*-7 atf.i .o'clock. Around the rl.x k and arourd j
in the forenoon heartrwti 1:; .. cvicted I
t-,, bv a H! urine Officer for the the world our prayers! and sacri-: !
Home Loan Rank Board tn Room 827.Federal I fin followers the Master w.".'
j, as! j
Home tern Bank Board Putld- I' We would
Inc Washington V> C upon the appit- bv lifted to God in sur-rlicat-.on | greatly appreciate
- > of the undersigned for permission I
< tu-n j that we may find the way to a j
oragnlre a Federal: saiinirs and I
loan rss.x" tloi I at Pah'keFVr'U 1 world of peace and underst.indirj; I
:Notlc of Intention to appear and sp*-
and that the suffenr.c of the.v.rM !jmav
The :u-at'i-n
ctflc! objections to ari
..h<'I1'.', t.fl: r :-h 'he Home l/oin I : bo relieved A specis! offeri i your patronage
Bank n.>ant at :east tae dabs before .
wM!l he ma.h which all why
the date f '*.* hearing Tf no r.oMceof I me in
Ir.trr.tlon to arnear end r."' st : wish may share in the Fellowship ;
oblectlon hare Seen treed bv f'I I
Home"an Pnk B.>ar<1 st :."*! cf ifferine and Service. O-r
data before the date cf tie hearing
altar i open to all: who torr.f : :
the ..ld Hank U.\rd. mar dis-' r.*. ,,!tn I
the hearing: Any interested r''n'' \erance and f. ith. especially" : :
mar rrrnff In person ft tr ttrrr.eT '
ths.ay: :n which all Christians-

hearing and submit: r-crrrient anv TO eMdence'h. q-e at.tlcns such at I called tnn in t>rS'er.O | Phone 541 Bacom Point Road
In : of ch '
Issue eu s>: arpearanecectde'ee ,
lTn. Sunday Sohi-ol h;:!K!
mae S..uStttted -n wr'f.ri
Part Ra din R W San. rrs M P -.!' rapidly takirp: shape tin urektinder
man the o.'t1"1'"s Ocd! U'II-I
the direction and ttru thelabor
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