The Everglades news
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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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I!I'I School Districts And Will County not I Conners Highway I I Road Leveling Between Coat On Belle .Co. Health Unit Is

Coincide In P. B. Co. I Will Be Rebuilt i Glade And Pahokee I Discussed Monday

Schnoi board and County C on- When Flood QuitsWhen I The J G. Dickerson-- Construction i By State Official'j f
ml_51' n districts will not coincide !
v'.in.pany of Lakeland is makinsprogress
in Palm Beach County. I
; on retreading the Paho- I
The The school board Tuesday, on the present flood recedes I e-Belle Glade read. So; far the I j According plans laid hefoi-e
corps motion Members Ralph Kettlr the State Road Department! concern has been successful in laying I' the County Commission Monday
Sadie and Mrs. Elizabeth S. Hand decided
rebuild Conner's Highway wher- i I ; the! I'velir.1'oat of asphalt \between j afternoon by George .\. Damo.
only to retain the of their
identity it has been ravaged by flood wat- showers. Starting at the representative i>f the State Boari
ty respective districts and direct ers and diking operations. This announcement I Belle Glade bridge the work has I of Health in charge of setting un
The the board to prepare >
attorney ( a
came: officially when continued! through Pahokee 4 cUt b county health units, the local un-t
up in resolution making their wishes effective -
State Road Department officials to curb i and! will continue to thecity j will be in its preliminary stages
met with members of the board of limits. Th finish coit i ij nth. (' first of the year.
It was brought out that the Legislature county commissioners and County I j r j! The n.unit will represent an
d .f ; i passed a law specifyingthat I
Engineer Jake Boyd. vitaa approximate cost of S 7.POO.. an.l
<-f its county commissioner and I j
That section of Road SO between out a level and finished job. the director may be hired before
tients school board member districts will!
Loxahatchee and 20 Mile t'nd,11 I --- I that time. Dame and the commissioners '-
clinic coincide unless a county school
be in first class condition, SRD agreed. Part of the per-
Gables board decides otherwise within six; put
officials said. Repairs on otheij j State Cabinet OK's I sorn.1 1 of the county health unit
( months of passage of the school!
state roads throughout Palm will have its offices in the Board
to law. of Ht-a'th' Building at 421: T.th St..
Ho leach county will be made as fast Granger Idea For
-- -.-- -- a* pO "lhl... Browns Farm Road. i'I and part will l*' at Morrison Fiei.i

taken over as a state road several ; it wa.suggested.\.
Joseph Cherry Is months ago will receive all nt'l't.s.aty -- Prisoner Reward I The cost has been pro-rated! Mla
canes woik. basis if ;l\) cents per capita as
repair i iI i iConoid
storms l : suggested by local officials. I)ani"
Elevated To 33rd ration will be given Intro :
Silt officials to now bndr- Fir m.my'ars: Walter B. I j-aid. The State will match fund
they i im I i Buzz i has been ''I or.tributed the under
Granger by
where they are needed in the LakeOkotchoboe supennJ J county
(' I Degree Of Iasonrr Region of Palm Beacn | Undent of tr.e state prsun farm the plan. And the money paid bv
and ('ounl\'. i fiver at Bellf! Glade and during the county goes into a special fund
Palm State' officials attending th > f these years he has gone quietly deposited! with the State treasucr.
this Friends of Joseph Cherry in the meeting were State Highway En-I about his business attending to it Dame asserted.:
of Lake Okecehobee Region were gineer K. C. DeGarmo. in an efficient manner. making Under the rln set up for this
cilities. happy this week when word earn Engineer Watson Drainage Engineer wide circle of friends through his county under the 5(> cents |cr capita -
:\ that the long-time Belle Glade Mason Scott Reynolds and Assistant civic club contacts, and in general basis there will be a director
Cross had been elevated to the hign- I Highway Engineer McCollum. making an outstanding citizen of an assistant director, a supervising
food ly honored Thirty-third degree of !our community.. ; nurs and her assistant seven
lies in the Ancient and Accepted Scottisi I It is a well known fact that nurses. a sanitary engineer and an
tinue Rite at its session Tuesday in State Prison Farm No. 2 i is operated assistant, three sanitation workers -

is Washington! D. C.. according to in Group Would Halt "jamb up." Supt. Granger and four clerical workers.
at all formation received by Irving L. leaves no stone unturned to meet Dame explained the unit woul.1
West Heglund. Lake Worth, secretary of i; the letter of the law in handlin.i :: concern itself with various' phases
ter for Scottish Rite bodies for this area. Road Use As Dike 'i the hundred of prisoners \vh r of a board health program tr.-
tection The degree will be conferred i onie under his sujnrvisionthtoiigh well child program;:: tuberculosis
Friday night at the closing sessionof I[ the year "Buzz" is th" case load. YD control cooperation..
lowing"ert'I the supreme council. Possibility' that the Everglade- :!1 port of a fellow who can be qmtfirm in the' cancer fight and many other
: .- Drainage Board may be named in I I
The honor comes to Mr. Chert > when firmness is necessary programs.
station in recognition ot his services to litigation to prevent the continueduse :and, at the same time !he has a hu- I The State official stressed th.'
' the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry rf Conn rs! Highway as th' 'ruanitarian' understanding of crim- fact that a county health unit :is
in the and his active life in other fiat line of defense in the current ;,i; mills. That probably i.-> why he Ian j educational force rather than a
spent branches of the order :Mr. Heg Evei glades: flood! Kittle, was revealed his: made a success of operatingState ; j ji j police force. There was some dtrI > -
out an lund said. S Wednesday: night followinga I i i Prison Farm No. 2. i irussion" that in time the unit woiii 1
ed Mr. Cherry is a member of the mass meting held Wednesday bv |'I j During the recent hurricane and I I absorb the present! l'.cal health
On Lake Worth Consistory, and has property owners whose lands lay flood dancers in the Lake Okee- J'f"fOonnd'' to the advantage IIf th'
' been its special representative in north: of the highway and ts'neattrwaters : : ( totlt't' Region prison; labor wa..; immunity through organization

on so the Glades area for mar.v years which have: been impounded ., ised: in many strategic points to I .r.hn Prince chairman of th '
work He is a past master of Everglades by the barrier since Septembe-!, fill sand bags, carry sand bags anldo County Commission. t.>ld nirmlwr.-
this Lodge 211 at Pahokee. and was M! I>. Carmichael West Palm 101 other things which went to of his titian Monday in presenting
Palm instrumental: in organizing a Mr- Beach attorney. who owns land in I I help I out a situation that had become j results of a State hospital ".urv, :y
present sonic Lodge at Belle Glade of the section now covered by flood ( grave. Supt. Granger's pl'11't''rs that this county much lttrr <>;r
was -.vhich he i is also a past master. ll in regard to hospital facilities than
the a past patron of the t-astf'f' owners attended a m etin; '|' worked over time and they hnrgUt.JlIy | many of the other counties of the

:Mrs. I'tal' Cnapter at Belle Glade, and :.eld! at his farm headquarter! : ; ,. recognized and r >- State And it may be a rear or -o

at (>r.' recently was organizer of a Wefine<::iay when residents\ of tn'l I warded. i j before this county can ;participate
:\ I I DeMolay chapter for boys and the dialed I ,.t>t.tlnn'ote41 to take I At the state cabinet meeting' on j I in the e22.5+MCM. ) State hospit-tl
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Order of Rainbow for girls. tu-! r:1iatpotion ar'stort: ::1.tf'1j 'Tu1' ay .>f this week Supt. Granger program; bmg ftablished by the!
S. first Ra.r.bow Assembly t,1 b.- e.;a-I j jtablislud maintenance of the emergency I|'I recommended! that all prisonwfc Federal government the State Im-
K. < ; I : .n Fors.ea.5s'! i-i7en: 'hl' stun (erne s HIh'I I r v.-ork.tl faiTrfuIly: during I jprr'vement Communion and local
LS" : : ::1 his o'r.t: t."utv.J he has been .\ i The attorney who presided it' I I.the flood. be given five days!' additional I political units
ar' \'.' : ; leader in < ..v.ind,! 'iirnantari.i'i: I the meeting, said a five-man committee "pained time." The g -stjure |j Pnnce printed out that it -t.l.
in- ar : i affairs. was named to investigate | met with instant approval if j I take a referendum and bond .-.1.i lc1 -
gr ,.- .-- --.- -- what type legal recourse mutt betaken i j ithe state cabinet. However t.a' 1 lion to enable this county to *-t

,.I: I Dry Counties To I and he indicated there was ', body went the farm -uperirten4entere j!lip a unit that would! hr Hiirv--: '
who c( a strong possibility the group better and on recommendation t !
n.\\\ Remain Dry S!> The I might reek a circuit court injun'- of O"r.rnissor: of AcriculTnreNathan der'The
,'. tion t.. halt use of the road as a Mayo increased the am- j plan as explained bv t""
, : upn'nle Court Says water block. The committee was ed tin;*-" to 10 days. 'Improvement Commissi"r: till fjc -

liott : - I scheduled to report back to thpropertv j Mr. Mayo just" recently return-1 <) tribtitions of two-th-rd- "-."
Elliott :: !' : !' I TALL \H.\S EE \ Florida law owner group; within a tft.m to Tallahassee after riding out the ,total amount from th- :-'Itf. .-t-.1

ure .\ \ ; '-. .>. :. f. >r t spei1it! lays with proposals designed to ;; hurricane' at the Belle' Glade prlc- : the ...mr ties. During! th f vi'---- .
|I"::-.i-;.'r ."-.'' i .'<- :- -..-.t .'. .'\- bnns: -Ii.-f t' the flooded section 'on farm where he maintain- ''r-no-l the F 'i-'ral g'.v-r-! "nt v.'i!
!\ tv,'.. ... ;... -irt:> tf1- Supreme r o.th -'f th*' highway; :: !! iea.lqiiart.-r<, It wiind'r t :a ' ntrib$7.'i: .M> iO in ;ir.- ,.-,! .--
, ' ; < IT- !':;j. i --s.iay! When qii-stor.ed: as twhi f..r-mal dir, Tlnn.I'h the eff: state:! :-.;! .'. 51 IV1 ?,:>
ington i| r*-.- ....... T. i ':r.i"v.-i" opinI wo-i! iv '::1:1:'>-) :n nw mjintion.: S.-rt 1-1 of Mr G-ar.c: '. 'hat tpi -. Stat.. erd :. .. "I nfl"ea'innttn'rod '
r.ev r !' I : .-- q''ia-ed! t t'r'.i"'T'\ry inwr-- i'\-i :- ,'..vaid: he ....-:eratvrr :- !" 1'0'1"- a- .-.- Jxtr 1'J' I. i.n pAir" 11t
his .-.. i S* ,' I;. .., -- -- --
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fl''r.A. : : r.--: -v''r- ea. !:n t: : !:: h"\'lt- .':' !;
ft"\'nl age: Director Jam-s TW> fl!!.. ..' :' !h- 1 1:'. 1 .' .. . .... ... . .
from OAncellins: the 1 htfr-.se f tr.- I j : r. 1' o! f'. .- ->f n--tn! "!.1r.T .r. than 1ft r..r 4, t i.f' : A.Fe
1I-; Tallahassee Elks Lodge am order-1 I \Val '.\ ... :. ',-', .' l'thO' i '; .. allv:! ir.r.1: f -.'I arf i' 'T... ..7.4 ',r-b-r! n. -' "., "
t'.1 the x !it>'* bill .f complaint! :O.t. .. f h ..r. i-k; ,I : !I. .... --i- 5 IT rat from l'O*> .!. site '"n.t.o1 !States" .r.l: I !4C .
.ic.iin=t ,- .. ..::1.. tJ: r.t""nl to >>::. t- .-. :'. 1 waters" over ;des; '. advances :n labor and n ; rren'age fit tr* ._ bav P---'r
hassee !' -- thad.. State R -..d Department <"*, r. .
an! ; !: .t > tenaloats.i \ttfn-- i- 1.- a: zed Heating (rv.n'rol naW:
here. 1"e refntrat ..n : .lstry I s .r- xj'pirient hail been sen' party r.....- eta tnfinai ..ndwf.st .- !teach tenant to rr .Ja" the '.'rr.
s:- !' :: ,..., .I ....::. !:t 1 : ::,'1. .i".J :r.t.. '!,.., :ar 'i CarTSJirha1! sa i ..-'..-. 'r. s'i' iar-i, N' 2 rst.r1!' !r !'.. 'ir. .; :Mrs: :-e ,'-If..e !'t .e :'frar.y. by ":- :her-' .! ..th n'. :-r-t a t" its .z,. ,1!: .' ::. c -: : .: ..:., .r.-J:.. hv M.r.--p-a-lie.r.! -. -*-::
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Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday October 24. 1947


THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing financial l;>ss of everyone involvedwas Herman Kautz HasA

So what-it was just another a-:- Birthday PartyMrs
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
cident. They happen every da
Established 1924 Published Every Friday But they always happen to Other I Herman Kautz entertained

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe people you say. Don't be to sure. at her home :Monday evening wit'1a

(By Russell Kay) It Can happen to )'ou. surprise buffet supper partv
Everglades News Is Entered the Post OfficeIn The New Motor Vehicle Responsibility -
> honoring her husband on his birthday -

Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter Every family gets a big thrill Law will help reduce accidents anm\ersary The hostess use,!
More frequent inspectionsof : the Halloween motif in decorating
when Dad comes home driving a
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher cars should be required Every her living room and guests were
new automobile. He wears a smiles! motorist should have his car fully presentedith miniature pumpkins -

Happy Selection as wide as the Amazon and honk insured and every motorist shouldbe filled with nuts as part

Selection of Everglades a> the site for the dedication ceremonies the horn long and loud. Everybody legally responsible for his acts. fav ors.
rushes out to see the newv" Remember Other people have a.1 Contest prizes were won by I.
for Everglades National Park is particularly happy. I
?gy, the accidents and Your are "other J. Erasure. Jr., Roy Kautz. David
All Florida will apprm'e.For "Ain't she a honey" Dad yells;: people" to the rest of the world Bleech.Mrs. Bob Durrance and

this little community i is a capsule embodiment of the "Lookit those streamlines and ar- when you have yours. Drive carefully. :\::s. HennKautz.. Mrs. Roe

timelessn \-s and the modernity, the pioneer spirit and the cessaries, radio cigar lighter Kautz assisted; the hostess with

present-day questing of this mighty and progressive state. heater fan. foglight. and get a . -- the ervmg
At the head waters of the mystic "Ten Thousand Islands" load of that upholstery She's SO Guests were Mr and Mrs. Divi-J

Everglades captures the romantic mysticismhich is the horsepower ard she'll" do better'n Mrs. Henry Kautz M Bleech Mr and Mrs Bob Dur

charm of the areas for which it is named It has that distinctiveness 90 miles an hour ranee. Mr. and Mrs Joe Alderman.
that makes the National Park different in its Mother climbs in the front seat Has Birthday Party Mr and Mrs John Burdeshaw. Mr.
and is fascinated with all the and Mrs. I. J. Frasure. Jr. Mr. and
attractions, unparalleled in the exotic floral beauty and diversified gadgets on the dash: she likes th" Mr and Mrs John Kautz. Sr. :MrRoy Kautz Mr andIr.. .

wildlife which it will safeguard and preserve for "new" smell Sonny. 18 and Sic.i entertained at their home north of Henry Kautz, Mr and Mrs L. G.

the American people forever.A 16. are all aqtmer Boy how they Canal Point Sunday with a dinner Alderman. Mr. and Mrs Franklin

generation ago, when the Tamiami Trail was being want to get their hands on that party honoring their daughter-m- Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Harold

built as the southern link between the east and the west Lhariot and do some strutting law. Mrs Henry: Kautz. on her Webb.

coasts of the state, Everglades was first established as u Dad is just an average citizen birthday anniversary. Guests were .. .
and his an family. He
headquarters camp for road crews. Its foundations symbolize is average :Mrs Herman Kautz. Mr and Mrs Inman W. Weeks and Milton
had to do some pinching to
the vision of all Florida which was just beginning to make the down payment penny and obligate ; Mr and Mrs Roy Kautz Mr. and Douglas were business visitors nKissimmee

reach for the stars in a burning cal for expansion and pro- himself for stiff payments for Henry Kautz. Edna Esther and Wednesday of this
Ruth Kautz. w eek.
gress. the next 12 months but a fellowjust

Around it today centers a thriving lumber industry. The has to have a car.
Now' let's shift the scene to aback ---- --- --- -
fertile magic of Everglades soil has created farming area.

Frm its docks commercial fishermen ply a remunerativetrade. yard on the other side of
town where school boy
It is the home port for world-renowned sports angl a
and his chum. Bob are souping up
ing. an old jalopy they picked up fron FOR SALE
AH these: are representative of the economic essentials of a junk dealer With salvaged tirE''}.

Florida lumbering, agriculture, natural resources and the odds and end and maybe a bobby-

tourist industry, even as the Everglades are essentially)) of pin or two they have created a Several Tracts of Land

Florida. mechanical monstrosity which theyare

-- preparing to launch upon the

It is indeed fitting that this little! community should be public highways.To 10 to 50 acres at
them that jalopy is jut a>
selected for the history-making dedication ceremonies on .
thrilling as the bright shiny re>\
December G. car is to Dad and his family Every
The President of the United States is scheduled to he cent the boys could rake or scrapeup $20 to $50 per acrein

there. Secretary of the Interior Krug will dedicate the parkto for months has gone into it,

tilt' pleasure and the relaxation of the American people They have worked like beavers to Polk County suitablefor

.so long as this government endures. Hundred of others highin make it run

the official and business life of the nation and the stat Dad's new cir is fully insured winter crops.}

will be OP h: that fire, theft and '01i
saw to it ( -
visitors for the occasion.
!.ision i were taken care of but hi Call
That, too, is fitting. Because at Everglades on December added liability and property damage or see

C, 1917, the people of the United States of America will I .

come into dedicated possession of hundreds of thousand of Notso the jalopy. The boys h'll J. D. Wadkins.

acres of Everglades lands and waters. a hard enough time finding money ,

They will be theirs and theirs alone in perpetuity, a gift with which to buy oil and gas to with Smith & Smith, Realtors-
from the people of Florida-a gift entrusted to all the worry about insuring the old crateIt

United States that wasn't worth insuring anyhow LAKELAND TLA. 1'IIONK: 2171
so ?its latent beauties and unending weeks .
A few later Dad climbs
glamour: of land and sea and sky may be revealed for all to into his pride and joy.. lolls backin I I II ___ __ ___ _ _
see and take delight in-a gift that is and forever will be the cushions after a hard day I ____

without parallel in public l parks wherever they may be.- at the office and starts for home.

The Miami Herald Oct. 21, 1947.Air Relaxed he stE'p.on the gas, th- -

motor purrs like a kitten Glidingin : : ----H'
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and out of traffic he thoroughly
land as an instructor and exhibitionist -
Meet Planned
enjoys himself He is pretty:
For Jacksonville He made his first j\iiii'P"\ 'lucky to have a car like this ono i

1926 at the Ball Park in Jacksonville It costs plenty but is worth it

JACKSONVILLE: At Herlon,* Florida jumping;: from a At the High School Bill an I ROLL
Airport t. itirmiles southwest ofJacksonville Pitcairn Miilwmg; flown by Laurie Bob have just finished football I
Yonge practice and climb into their jalopy -
It'' the first AllFloridaAir
All types of contents and exhibitions preparing to head for homeA
:Meet will he held on Saturday -
will be half dozen kids swarm around
put on by prominent -
and Rund.ty.m.'ml! >t>r 1 and : .
2. and popular pilots and throughthe asking for a ride. Bill and Bob ar
contributions of fixed base operators popular They have a car. So. before -
Kmmet Plunkett. nationally fa-
and business people: Excellent they get rolling they have a
nioiis parachute jumper, will
openthe prizes will be awarded botn total of six kids piled on top of ROOFING
show with an American "'a-r
days. each other in a car that the manufacturers -
display Plunkett probably hat
There will be solid entertainment had designed to carry
made more successful parachutejumps
from noono.t"mber' 1 Until three at the most.
than any man alue He enlisted -
I 5 p. m. November 2 for visiting Everybody is happy and gay
in the United States Army
I pilotsdances; breakfast Bar-B- Bill steps on the gas and the jalopy -
on December S. 1941 and was discharged -
Qu,'. cocktail parties and all the leaps forward like a frightened -
in January 19-1.,
all of his enlistment in Eng I trimmings. jack-rabbit. Passengers are all 90 Ib. SlateLIGHT
but thrown from the car. but

somehow they manage to hang on
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I and screaming and veiling they hit !
the highway & DARK GREEN

i A few minutes later, a guietresidential
Announcing The Opening- section is disturbed by RED -

screaming sirens Ambulancesard ;
1 police cars are on their wad:

1 West Floor Covering to another accident A crowd is
path*'nrg around another wreck

Injured are being plated on
: (:\tXT: 1NOI; TO nnsna's 'I'v.:) tretcher.Pohie! are taking
i i iI
I names of itnosses
i'e It all happened so qUIck. and r .

..>ne seems able to tell ju..t wht
have in
now Stock . .
fi:d oiiur .\ man in a shmr. -'A" Felt Roofing

car had just gotten a green light
l l-t.1! started across th. ;ntt'rs.--

ASPHALT TILE tion At that moment an ill 1 I j :- "> & 63 LB.
1 I..py. packed with kid< ireenir.e do-.vn the street "1'11.to..y .:- !
Let Ts Cover Your Drainhoard. at the wheel either d.d T" .t s- PRICED RIGHTShirley .

the 1 Ictt: change, or t* tr.. -en* w- I i I
n>:.11, beat it i
Two automobiles Wf'r.a targiei

mass: of vrt ke' Ko.f: :.*.pre.

tw, girls a boy and Dad w'r.r Bros.
I t*.. hospital Bill was ;-. "i..
West Floor
Covering: .
": -nuf'_ I-\f' fanilirsn... str.ck-
\IIOhll, KIA>K1I> \ eb> tKs tragic' occuraruH .-. I PAHOKEE PHONE :2301I !

:I ;'.t*: '..11.. mortician fees d* r I

hl:: + ?araze charges and lawv'rs; I

'-t** ; ., j _p T-f:: p.''3 -..i. ar.j
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It was a game of "one-o-cat" on a city street and Mickie was

I; .. at bat. . The driver of an oncoming car saw the play. . I
sounded his horn and was driving cautiously through. One I''
Ii! last pitch . the crack of a well-hit ball. . and Mickie ran. ;II
Ii ...It wasn't the driver's fault,but Mickie was OUT...louver!

Children playing in the streets of the Nation's cities and ''I
towns added 3,296 to the death toll charged agajnst motor i
traffic accidents last year. Even the death of two little children !
Mr. MotoristOBSERVE _
, -- is two too many young lives to be snuffed out that way. !
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- '
A HABIT ents should emphasize it in the home. Drivers should exert I
'extra precaution in passing schools or going through designated '!
play areas. J i4rnq

Our children's lives are precious. Do your part to prevent I

-C/ these youngsters_being struck down- and OUT! j I
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Prepared by the Allocated Oa r..t Police Department
''of Florida Hi. Florida Pre" Ana'
'ciaHon.and tr...NaKcn Co.en.. ALTMAN Mol H(;:1N'hief
Con Bureau. pub&c s.rv c.

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Page Four The Everglades News Canal Florida
Point Friday. October :21: 19fCo. ;

Health Unit Is- ('unnl'nXTI'T or cmnvr.PROBATION Blue Devils Take University Head To I

Continued from page 1

the fund are contingent on their is the subject of the Le-on-Ser Game From Delray ST. i

raising the two-thirds of the cost mon which will be read In PETERSBURG hlih- i

of new hospitals or replacementsto Churches of Christ S ienti3':. ing the program for the Florid i
Undefeated united Pahoke--
ones. And the same requirements Congress of Parents and Teachers !
present throughout the world on Sunday.Ottober Mr. and Mr. Charles Jones: of
Blue Devils chalked their third
apply to the establish- ;: 26.? up annual convention in St. Peters Canal Point announce the birth .->f
ment of health centers or aid of the
new straight victory season by
The Golden Text is: "The hoaris bu:.;. November -16.111 be talks; a son; on Oct. 22?::
to those already established.In downing the Delrav Beach Sea- Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
region 9 which includes Palm i {coming and now is. when th- hawks. 21 to 12 on Lair Field by some of the state's best knownfigures.
:Dannelly I Evelyn Louise Wethe--
Mrs. J.
Beach. Indian River. Okeechobe3, dead shall hear tht'oi't' of the Friday night. Floyde Griffin- ir. t'n. of Canal Point announce
St. Lucie and Martin Counties, the Coach started his B president announced yesterday. i
Son of God: and they that hear Clyde Alley Dr. J. Hillis Miller. of I the birth of a daughter. Patricia
survey shows that there are nowa shall live" (John 5:251.: ) string: which firmly held the Sea- president I An on Oct. 16.

total of 483 hospital beds. The Among the citations which com- ,bawks while the game was played ;!the University the'opening Florida..11' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll

number needed is 617. It is expected prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following on the ground through the first speak on to be held in"illiam"ev ening j> I Lane (tJean Elizabeth Vaughn) ofBel'e
program -
that the new plan will supplythe from the Bible: "With my quarter but were completely Touted Park Glade announce the birth of
134 extra beds that needed. soul have I desired thee in the when Delrav unleashed an effective : Judge Harold L. Sebring of I
a dauhtt'rancy on
the Florida
Court. will
Supreme I
attack later the
within in
night: yea, with my spirit be speaker on the second evenings Oct. 19.
shall I seek thee early: for contest. The scoring started in Mr
me and Mrs Paul Hannl Ai.-
Order Of Rainbow the second when the Blue program at the First Methodist
are in the quarter
when judgements drews Lorena
they Church: while Mrs. John E. Hayes. Everace of Paho
Conferred On Patsy earth. the inhabitants of the world Devil first team took over an3 Twin Falls Idaho first kee announce' the birth of a win,
vice pr.31dent -
(Isaiai drove from their own 26 to
will learn righteousness" of the National Paul Dwight on Oct. 16.
Elliott In PahokeeA Delrav 1 where Joe Kent Carr organization
26:9). will the banquet Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilmington -
appear on concluding -
Lesion-Sermon also include sneaked through for the touch-
The at the Soreno. Douglas Edris Creels of Okee-
degree of the Order of Rainbow from the down and Frank Gillis passed to program
the following passage Edwin R. Hartz. assistant chobee announce the birth of a son,
Girls was conferred upon Christian Science textbook "Sci- Julian Snyder for the extra point. of Social Work at the Flori-professor Wilbur Lee on Oct. 18.

Patsy Elliott at a meeting of the ence and Health with Key to the A little later in the same period da Stat eUnivcrsity. Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs Leslie Leonard

Pabokee Chapter in the Masonic Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: Carr intercepted a Seahawk pass will speak at the session on home Pruitt (Lola Howt'll of Belli

Hall on Thursday evening of last!' "We know that all will be change on the Delrav 40 and was grounded and family life education.Mrs. Glade announce the birth of a son

week. Members of the Belle Glad 'in the twinkling of an eye* when on the 30. Julian Snyder and Griffin said all speakerswill on Oct. 16.

P..ainhoGirl., Chapter were in the last trump shall sound: but John Ogle took the ball on down to ---
develop the convention them*.
charge of the initiatory work. this last call of wisdom cannot the 2 where Ogle plunged through "
their center for six and Carr "The Future Begins Today Larrimore OlsonMr.
The group voted to change come till mortals have already points
through the four points: education
regular meeting dates from Thurs yielded to each lesser call in th:? passed to James Scott for another
world health and
day evenings to the second and 1 growth of Christian character . point. As the half neared the end understanding and Mrs. Gust Olson of
and life education.The .
fourth Monday evenings of each Universal salvation rests on pro- Vel ray's passing quarterback. Bi'!! Omaha Nebr., announce the engagement -
session on education directed -
month. Mrs. I. E. Hamilton adviser gression and probation and is unattainable Talbot. launched an aerial attack of their daughter MISJ:
by Mrs. Edith McBride Cameron. -
mother was present at the without them" ((291: 5- that struck pay dirt passing from Helen E. Olson, of Belle Glade t )
Gainesville. P. T. A. vice presI-
mt't'tingand Miss Lois Echols,. 9, 12-13)). his own 45 to George McMurrianfor Arthur :M.: (Buddy) Larnmore. son
dent the of
directing department
worthy adviser, presided.It 16 yards and on the next play. of :Mr.: and Mr*. W J. Larrimore: of
education will be a round table:
was announced that members; to Jimmy Butler, halfback who i Pahokee
Old Age Assistance discussion reviewing the gains in
of the Pahokee Chapter will entertain took the ball on his own 32 and the educational field Miss Olson is a graduate of the
won throughrecent
the Belle Glade Rainbow Bookkeeping HighTALLAIlASSF.EThe evaded three Blue Devil tacklers legislation and bringing out Nebraska Methodist Hospital '

Girls at a dance party in the Pa- to race for a touchdown.'eek's the challenges for the future. Tl'(' School of Nursing. Omaha, and at-
hokre Woman's Club building Saturday kick was wide.
amountof tended St. Louis University anj
physical and health education -
Oct. 25, at 8:30 p. m. Mrs. money paid out by the State fw Delray scored again in the third will be in the form of a the University of Minnesota. She
Sam McKinstry, Sr.. and MM. I. E. fit quarter when a Blue Devil fumbl1
Old age Assistance. Aid to symposium( arranged by Miss Fannie i* a member of Iota Kho Sorority.
Hamilton, members of the advisory was recovered by the Seahaw on
Blind and Aid to Dependent Shaw. director of the Depart- Before going to Belle Glade she
board, will be in charge of ar- is running in excess of that for the Pahokee 3;). Butler plunged for ment of Health Education. j i was employed by the state department -
rangementsMr toa 4 yards then took the ball on a
like periods in 1946. according For Dr. Miller this will be his of health as public health
- from Talbot down to the SButler .
\\ C. Hoffman pas
statement madhy first appearance, since taking over ,nurse in Scottsbluff. Nebr. At presient -
:: Charles ::'Moran accompanied then carried the ball to the
Auditor of the StateWelfare
Chief she
his duties as president of the University I is employed: as public
by Mr. and Mrs. Leon Spooner.Mrs. Division of the office of I Pahokee 1 before goingthrougn before an audience of this !I nurse for the Florida State Board

daline Stuckey and Mrs. C. M Gay. State Compti oiler. center for the touchdown. A pass type--one composed predominantlyof of Health
James H Wilson and daughter. while tor the point failed. The final
Hoffman explained
parents. Hill describe youth':? Mr. Larrimore is a graduate Alice Joy spent Wednesday in Miami monthlschecks !scoring came in the fourth quarter
issues the
his department world today, their problems and Pahokee High School and the University
visiting her son and daughter- thn when Pahokee took a punt on the
for Assistance: under
:: what can be done about it. of Florida. He is a member -
in-law. :Mr.: and Mrs. Raymond Welfare his or- Delrav 41 and carried the ball t"
Judge Sebnng will bring to the I of the honorary fraternity.
Padgett, also her brother, Nolan to do with the the 25. At this stripe Carr after
fice has notheing
convention his interpretation of Alpha Zeta He served in the Navy
Buchanan. field work of the State Welfare faking handoff. broke througnright
world understanding under the for three and a half years with
-., tackle and reversed the field
Board. The auditing office subject. "Today Safeguards t'i.. overseas duty in the Atlantic and
with auditing issuing for the touchdown then place "
charged only Future. as he sees it after serving Carnbean areas He is now err-
t UNKLE-HANK: SEZ" checks and mailing some in conformity kicked the extra point. .
as one of the judges to sit a" played as manager of the Florid
Though the Blue Devils played
with official certificationsreceived members of the U. S. :Military I State Employment Service officein
WHEN YOU LT ROU HF'1GURIN' from the State Welfare rings around the Seahawks on the
Tribunals at Numbers, Germany the Sanders building in Belle
ground, netting 217'yards rushingto ;
Board. and to hold disbursements
WHAT YOUR for the purpose of tr'ingazi war Glade
within the budgeted releases. Delray's 32 they were outclassed
VACATION'(RIP GOlN' TO criminals. The wedding will take place at
15 11
Hoffman said that when it t* in the air. gaining only yardsfrom

COSfYOuYOl.fO t E.1'1'ER realized that this branch of the one pass completed out t f _. -- the Pahokee First Methodist
while the Seahawks Church on Dec 20 with the pastor
MULTIPLY ITIT Comptrollers Office audits each seven tries
Edward Thompson. a former Pa Rev C. T. Howes officiating :MistBetty :
aint'd13 yards from completions -
L'Y 1'tvo AH' individual welfare recipient's account -
avoided hokee resident now living in Anderson I Ruth Ranson of West Palm
in 11 tries. Delray
item for item, and keep apermanent .
USUALLY .1' record of each trans- penalties which cost the Blue S. C. plans to return with Beach will be the bride's attendant -

COMES OUTUnbalanced '%(% action of these disbursements, th> Devil 45 yards Julian Snyder his family to again make his home The couple plan to make their

ABOUT-- --t iC.. vast amount of work which the 13 demonstrated his ability as a Blue I in Pahokee in the near future. home in Belle

RIG..T. .' employees perform can be appreciated I Devil scat back by running up 121

i1' more fully.According yards the 12 times he carried the GladE"I

to Hoffman's statement ball. Butler and Talbot were th- I

r his department issued the outstanding players for the hawks
- -- ---
53.560 Old Age As stanct' -
past July i
f ri 2.6SS checks earring a total Youth For Christ

Ci\ \c c= of 102501.00 and for 27.730 Dependent Pumpsi
.... ....... ......... Children in 11.132 families Speaker Is NamedKenneth

wheels can cost the State paid out 19125950.
These funds are made up (.f S. Keyes of Miami

you more than you imagine . monies from State Appropriationsand widely-known Christian businessman

better stop by the LAKESHORE Federal monies allocated to will he the speaker at a

MOTOR COMPANY the State upon presentation of the meeting of the Palm Beach Coun- Any type, size or capacity meet ;

State Welfare Commissioners estimate ty Youth for Christ Saturday. 7"45:

today for wheel alignment- balancing of the State's needs, an i p. m.. at Palm Beach High School your requirements.

and frame straightening it is against these funds that the auditorium. /

State Welfare Assistance check.- Keves i is president of The KeyesCo.
Let us check your car on
in each category are drawn audited .. the largest real estate organization Efficiency GuaranteedWe .
our fine equipment and mailed to the individuil in Miami and one of the

recipient by this department of largest firms of it* kind in the

the Comptroller's Office L'nted States

LAKE SHORE In addition to the above, hundreds In recent years he has travel"

of letters are rt't'E'It more than 1OOOOO miles at his own

MOTOR CO.CHIROPRACTOR. monthly from those on the Assistance expense: speaking to chum con I

A Fe .- .,... rolls and from other soi.rieseekins cregationmen's clubs and othsrronps --- also manufacture Gear; heads
... information and help relative on the !subject of steward- ,

to the Welfare Program In ,hip; of time. erersry abtl:tin,iH :

every cast' where possible the.'e >3-4"it>ns. having his own Hydraulic Mole: Drains and do

letters are an-wertd within tw.-lv avenger airplane to fit.,::tat f"1 l

n-uirs or referred to a proper department ravelin . I Complete Farm Repairs.

: from which correct m- IS author of several a:1- !

f..rnI..n! i an be secured if th'uhjeet lets on !stewardship: an. ,? t*-.-::1
MON WEl) and FRT I matter is of a nature noturi's booIng "In Partnership wit --i .

BF1I.F OLADE r, : under the jurisdiction o? "Your Tax and Tltha't"rt I.t'-,>-. !

TVK3: THURS &nd S\T t .... i', nl'roller! Wore than a million copies t.,

DR. L. S. JONES ----.- folders! abft..n distr. ;.!.. '.

:"Su.t Ml-Q2 Coir.cu B.: Jt M'S: a1: S\rt.\r and da:1 htE'". He :s elder in the She.ur.i.> i'reshvtemian ', Farm Machinery

Then k5a Wtt ram! Ec ".h. FT. I Ie L"f; West Palm Beach were Church "f V .ir

=::::=: =- .- -.f :Mr -.1 MR > Vamle- w .
-r- a > n1 member > f Genril \s.* rr.

c' tr Sr :r> Pahokee' over ti.ea l\'f Committee on t..H"r' '

', "'k, nJ the I"rf'shan Cwn.tc1' rKeyes

CHILLS ft FEVER --. is alter president of t::., .,r & Supply Co.

DUE TO MALARIARELIEVED Mr and Mrs T l.. Barn an! ration wh:or1 owns the :>*>-r, ....

!UucMer' arid Mrs Burn mother ergliiies Hotel in M.a.:.: i .

:lrH T Monroe have returnedr large: insurance mjrencv the f.: - I -,."
PHt.-E: : I' \-\L prJ-T: FL1
: .iv:-it wits Mr and Mrs FH I.rJ W:1f''ocado Grliaer1' ,

BY--> 6661 11..1 and: family!:! in OTc HCb''', "p.ra.ye and other e\T" s.t.. '". i: .

bar u...,.*.../ bee ..L' :. ,.... a:: 1 0::', \.. ...:. : ,. I

October 24, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Pagb Fire

Fred :Million 60: I --
Grady Burton Sees Continuation of American sign; Low: costs tennis courts sidewalks -

Dania Bulldogs Killed Byuto' standards of living hinges on maintenance !' and roads can be constructed -

Danger Of "Isms"ORLAXDO of sound and financially : through the use of "soil cement"

I I Meet Blue DevilsA Fred Million 60. a resident of healthy railroads it was declaredby ,I consisting of 10 per cent cement

Grady Burton of the Pahokee Migratory Labor Warre T."hite., director of |and 90 per cent "on the spot"soil

Wa'icfaula told Rotarians the hop; I public relations for the Seaboard 1!churned into a uniform mixture bya
Camp. was killed instantly by
of ktE'pir.gAmerica democratic lay moot question that has intrig- Airline Railway at a talk befo,' rototiller. according Graham-
an automobile in front of the
in the education of the nations lIed local football fans-how will a civic luncheon recently. :Paige l engineers.
Club Savoy a half mile south or
youth along such lines. the 1947 Blue Devils react tj I
Pahokee around 9am. Sunday
Citing the dangers of the !ms strong pressurewill; be answered -
Although there were no eye wit tas ao seas{- ss sejat se >s v< se s which are creeping in to undermine tonight when the Pahok nesses. Louie Lee was held furquestioning .Y Y Y T Y Y Y ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y .

the nation's policies tae eleven travels to Hollywood: to>
:: is a result of evidence : : Office :::
fcoi'th Florida candidate for the office tangle with the tough South Brov- ._ Machine Headquarters
r r:c! : :) at the scene of the acci-
of Attorney General said the ard Bulldogs. With Cx :: Clyde "* ,-ding to Constable Fran- I $I. Underwood Typewriters <.
hour had come for America to Alley hospital.z.u:; at the Platt
:'" :, f-", l. Sundstrand AddingIachine i
take the lead in world affairs and Veterans Hospital in Coral Gab.-:", i > .
Vine: vices were held ire : Marchant Calculating MachinesA. :
that those at borne must also assume for an operatic: Assistant;: Coachitalph <$ .
t': : Berry's: Funeral
Chapof ; B- Dick ;
the leadership of promulagcing ;: Gress will be in command of : Mimeographs
Home at 2 with
on Tuesday p. m. $, "
the principles; on which thia the Blue Devil strategy tonight. Elliott Address-o Graphs ,
the ReOswald, of the
nation was found<.d, if it is t" Coach Allen := expected to be able: South Bay First Baptist pastor Churci. $:. F & E Check Writers ;.

last. to return home in time for the Pi- .
officiating.Mr. <> HALSEY & GRIFFITH INC.
hokee-Fort Pierce next ,
---- game Million employed as a mechanic .
week. Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach
for the Okeelanta Growers <"a ..I.
To date the Bulldogs have upi i a ,
Classified Ads had been resident -
and Processors a
+ a '
set Fort Lauderdale and Ponce d* q< >< >t >< >< >< a< ii >i >faif><>v >f>< >t >< >vvvv }
of Pahokee for 10 years, coming r Y r r r Y T r x v x v v x v
Leon romped over St. Theresa .')f here from \\"agner.-Okla. .

SEPTIC tanks and grease traps Coral Gables and lost a 7 to: 6 d-*- Survivors include: the wife. Ada- --- - -- --- -,

cleaned and repaired. Phone cis ion to Vero Beach. The undefeated five son F. L-.roy. Chester. Georgeand ,

3872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c and untied Blue Devils in Russell:. all of Pah<:k e. and

Vernon of ?: t. Cloud: two daughters. -
FOR RENT: South ',2 Section 14, running up decisive wins over. Shrubs
'Ir" Vira: : "jO neIl. West- and TreesALL '
((254 acres), at Sand Cut. Phone Clew ton, Gesu of Miami and Del- port. Conr. and Mrs. Leonra D03-

534. Jlltf ray Beach have as yet not been brothers.
: Vane of Apcpka.: two

FOR RENT OR SALE: South half forced to get down and dig for Louis and Charlie both of Paho- VARIETIES AT RETAIL

of 10-43-37. About 1 1.i miles east their victories Football dopester* 'ke<>. and two grandchildrenEar.al .

from Miami give tonight's gameto at the Port Ma vac iCemetery
of Belle Glade-Pahokee Road at was
I South Broward by a margin of I I' Authorized Sales and Service
Runyan. This land is thoroughly with Berty's I !
two touchdowns or more but I II
ditched is in the east shore drain- Home in charge of arrangements. JACOBSEN POWER AND
Coach Cress believes his men will .
age district and lays: adjacent to I
give the Bulldogs! a harder figh
the main drainage canal. Will rent I I
than is anticipated by the experts ..
all or part at $15.00 per acre or
Gress reports his squad to be in
sell at a reasonable Also I
good physical condition for their
section 1 in the same townshipand
crucial test and with the firs t
drainage district, which has
string at full strength he plans to
recently been cleared at $10.00 per start James Scott. left end; James I Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons :

acre. These two parcels are surrounded Sims left tackle: John T. Pickett. I Mrs Homer J. Clause ard I Igl 1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm Beach ;

by sugar cane and vege-//Jr., left guard; Raymond ar..3or.. .l.k Stanley are spending i I
table farming. Owner, A. N. caruth-I
ers, center; Bobby Baker the weekend in Sanford the I

nedy Geneseo New York or your I guard; J. B. Woodaam right guests of her sonsinIaan.l I

broker St. A ISchtf i tackle; Fred Taylor right end; daug ters. Mr and Mrs Wendell I -

Hams and Mr and Mrs Harris ,
FOR SALE: International Fran kGilln, quarterback; I

purchased August 1945 T-D9.j Kent Carr left half: Julian Snyder Fold I '

Pahokee Phone 584. st. right half and John Ogle, fullback : J. K. Spooner Billy RawL and : -.: .."'.1

Louis Walker students at the University .
FOR SALE: New"ilIy.9 Jeep"Walter -- - : of F! >rida. Gamesvill*.

Ashley Garage in Belli Burton EncouragedBy vied ielatvin Pahokee and

Glade. Phone 1?':. Jllch II Canal Point over the weekend. v.

Flood Of Letters An order of the fir t deg'ee waconferred "L
nOsE lit IlFS. 2-year-old field
upon Lee Jeffers at a $Jss FOR ALFAhi&
grown {'rblooming plant;
over fifty cioice varieties: writ WAUCHULA Grady Bur- I meeting of Everglades Lodge 211 1 / .

tcn. attorney of Waucbula FS Ail. in the Masonic Hall Tue3I '

for color.free Ty-Tex caxblog Rose with Nurseries rosesn P. states that since his announce I I day night Perry Hall. worshipful I ,V>- AS WELL AS'fy

: ment that he would be a candidate master was in charge of the initiatory ; ;
O. Box, Tyler. Texa .
24 I for the office of Attorney work. ,- ,
Oct 3. 10. 17. c .
General to the Democratic .
subject and
Mis. Eu Cushman daughterhae '
-- -
-- -- -
TRUCK FOR SALE: 1942 Ford primaries next May: he has received returned from a visit vita Ifty./ pt;r.J&ll I

I'i ton 4-wheel drive, sale or a flood of letters of encouragement relatives in Pennsjlvama. 8 I w'"

trade for Rrnest Landrose J-.. and congratulation. "" .'Y .
car. Miss Annette Kahn is a patient '\."- H V"'"

Pahokee.. Box 851. Oct. 3p4t Burton ont time gubernatorial at John Hopkins Hospital in Bal ....f-t.- .,
candidate has a host of friends .
WANTED' : Part time bookkeeperand throughout the state and is con- timore. : Rich Alfar Milkith the elements for
for the sea- Mrs Lewis Friend and :Mr. '
stenographer sidered eminently qualified for fie 1 l hone and muscle alert mind.
strong an
Box 367. Canal Point. Fla. Louis Davis were recent guests of 4.. ;. }
son. office he seeks. He plan an active -'
Oct. 3ch-tf and energetic campaign that Mrs. Davies sister in Orlando J Noonder iCs a favorite with athletes!ILFA

Mr and Mr. L. A. Futch had a-
will take him to every county in 1
KVKRGLADES the week \trs. Flora
a guest past
will not
<. the state but he begi.i
Shampoo and FingerVav
until after the first Fri'eth.'V of Mian
$1.25 and 150. Distinctive Permanent campaigning
of the James H. Wilson is spending a
Waving. Manicuring. year.Homer ._. .
I -- --- .\ days ir. North Florida making '
Phone 4292. Canal I ..... ,
Point.Oct. I Frasure has returned to a surrey of crop c rditior* thr! > \
I Jacksonville aft'r'i..itin his lor the Easwt.'st Produce Com- ;
I-XR SALE: Electric range house- I parents Mr. and Mrs I. J_ Frasure.Sr. i nan\". I

hold furniture. Phone 3951. Pa .. here over the weekend ,i- Joe Gray has retimed to Mnru:

hokee. Fla.WANTED. I - I after a visit with his parents. Mr I
- -
Mrs A. McDowell is exported and Mrs A. E .Gray, In Pahoke. i
: Long term mortgage I Ito return horn this week from a.
I Mrs Hub Spooner and son haveI
loans ten to twenty years, on with relatives I :
visit of several weeks -
I returned to Clewiston after a visit __ _
I n u
well located farm or cattle ranch and fnen-l in Maryland and with her husband's parent M.-
land. C. A. Bailey, Phone 70. Bell'Glade.
i Virginia I and Mr*. Kd Spooner. in PabokeeA I
024tf I
: J. LuJer.an. E-ne-t L.ndro-
--- lard, Leonard: Dobrow are serving'I' i
ion the pry in West Palm; Beach

this week I Ii

From where I sit... / Joe Marsh i I Mr aid Mrs Norman Kerne ly I II I

and cs.lJren\ have returned t1"-r! I

t'h ,..!p -->rat a*" sp n' insr the" im- I

='". Y
i I r.ier ii Do1nSlie.. I I

"Take Pen in Hand'This Iloj Var.'ie rill Jr. .f 3l'ranI A Servant of the Glades
ton. S. C. n a guest here of his I i

I I'art'nt.1r.. and Mrs Roy: Vand-- ,
I gnft. Srilr
and Mrs Earl Pl,krd a.t I IMr !
To Miami
column has been running that make for tolerance and hotter
I and MrPratt \Vl'.i: %-i3. I It I Ruses
in anduiladin.hf'lhf'r' it's ideabbMna + ;
for ,",0 lont that itt reader To West Palm Beach
t former residents here now ;
like ourall over the coonon planting alfalfa or ch Mr anlMr
in St P..tt.'nburIsltt'd
tri are Wjcinnini to take pen in beer and cider. J. K Pickren and Mrs Cols: Daily To Ft Mr* & lakeland

hand'andMriteuhatthe'thin';". The more folks:; air their: ditTererres B. Smith in Pahokee over th-- I I

S,m:e of them take Tnt" o\er the right out in paHLc. with a II i weekend .

C'<'r.h] for what I say--ke; tK co'-! reiT ''V'rlv invt f-" tKetu<>' Mr aid Mr* M I. Ke*>- hi ".s I II Glades Motor Lines Inc.

utrn I ran on fartir nfv'fi.OtVer : : I'f:,.-.'<. IK..e ai po'-t: o! sro.t.. t t..> pa- w.k Mr \!: M- ,

write."I lied yo-r (',,1'n"1f'W.' the c''-er we are tn tht I F R Schwartz...t Ja k"vil'rtiv !

:>eeiav.! Di 4.. . ." \11 of tr.t'mrr.ericn pnrcipl of individual I SERVING THE GLADES"Friday.
.. .tiv.>. of V-r.-li Irtf--
i" chfscts a
freedom'e -
have iTo-tr.t: points of >set '\\. a
.. Am'-ri.. r: C.-ter .A..I tit' tsk,'.. ..2 I
_. cf vr ixevera/es.
MI.that lie w it
-(4"" M h ,-f ed.ati.'n -
with ministers > ir.th I
vhnuli i,,. t-:..'''J it xI l'- entitled t.n" .' \:;',- American< c.untnes a". 1
"!"' *'I-"...ji *.*tw''.eerrs dif /F_/' .., W-tt' I) |I Cuba by Dr A. CUrti. Wl?'-i-, assistant I

fcrrnrr and friendly I eritiri-n. :-- (../ director >f the Center ::

wa announced by Srr.at.>r Wa-! .>

B Fraser. St Augustine< h J n-. C."" .. "1.7' r": : ... . . ....F "id:: '" >,.' c.- ..

Six The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday October 24. 1947

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Two Circles From

Cinematic Malcolm ChatterBy Millar Grid Stars Pit Manpower vs. Horsepower One Is The PlanAt

v .,, .h? : .... a business meeting of the Pa
My favorite radio comedian. Boo
hokee First Baptist Woman's Missionary -
Hope is coming to the Prince

Theatre this Sunday-Monday: and Union Monday afternoonit

he's bringing a great show with was announced that the Grace

Dorothy Lamour as his favorite Jernigan Circle, which meets at

leading lady . Mine Too and has
night grown so large that th.
their show is to be "My FavoritBrunette"
group will be separated and part
and . going further
of the members will form a new-
. . I'm here to tell you this is
afternoon circle which will boll
one of the sweetest laughing shows
regular meetings in the Fellowship
that Bob and Dotty brought to
Hall on the second and fourth
the screen in some time.I .
Tuesday afternoons at 3:30.
am not going to put on a"pitch"
The WMU voted to continue fur
about this show . I don'tnE'ed
another year its sponsorship of
to do that. I am merely go-
Dorothy Thompson a !senior at the
ing to tell you It Is The Greatest
Baptist. Children's Home in Ar-
Laugh Show Bob has brought herein
cadia. Mrs. Horace Unwm. press
some time and you cannot miss
it.! dent announced plans for presenting -

a special missionary programat
Tuesday Wednesday brings a ..
the colored Church
.:: Baptist in
double feature with "She Wolf ofLondon"
Pahokee on Tuesday Oct. :!S. with
up first. According to
: Mrs. \\-. M DuBo in charge of
the press books this is a show that
the program and Mrs Stella Mul-
should scare you right out from
lis. the lle'"otionaL.Ir Unwin
under your toupe. In the show
thanked all members who assistedin !
are June Lockhart Don PorteSara --, A'
the entertaining the Baptist -
Haden Eily Malyon. Jan

and all of __ ___ Palm-Lake Association
Wiley Lloyd Corrigan: __
': last week. It was announced that
them pitching a fine game of .
the Royal Ambassador group of
throat clutching and making this a
bays will bo organized in the near
show you'll during
enjoy every
future riy F Hardaway and T. BWilson .
Second up is a very delightful 114 11 ----

story of a boy under the title -.
Alfalfa may some day be Thisjhlv
"Little Mister Jim" It stars Jaki"Butch" :
"Seven iron men vs. 90 horses" . the forward wall inspiration. The mechanized practice session sought to regarded- source of human

Jenkins James Craig and of the Wayne University football team of Detroit works discover whether the forward wall could "hold that line" food and not just a nickname f v

Frances Gilford, and I'm sure it out in novel fashion at the blocking sled providing the I I against a Chevrolet] .The Tartar line admitted they'd had a | a br 'nkfast food, eitherthe X...-

will heart.worm its way right into your perspiration, while four attractive Tartar fans offer workout, but said they'd never faced prettier competition. j tional Farm Chemurgic Councilas I

advised by Dr. Waldo Somonof
Thursday-Friday brings a sho: .
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of vital interest and importance to I TYPING CLASSILL i i ; -------1 Akron Ohio. director of research -
Members HonoredBy r Lighted Signs ForLair for B. F Goodrich Company -
who is interested in
every person I BE OPENED IN PAHOKEE Alfalfa is packed with minerals -
the atom and its future. This Shirley CircleThe classes i Athletic FieldIn
in "beginning and vitamins and it can he
show is "The Beginning of theKnd"
I touch typewriting" and "Greggshorthand" Pahokee converted into a palatable human
Brian Don
starring levy.
Gertrude Shirley Circle. Pa- will be taught at Pa- food.
'Vall .'- Tom Drale and
Robert : hokee School! Miss Beatrice
jokee High by -
First Methodist WSCS. honored
Beverl 7yfr.It McLendon. teacher of business Member of Fred and Percy I
i. hcw but it wall! !' two of its members Mrs. H.
: a 1..a:3 education subjects, beginning Mansfield Post J'O at a meetmin <
I C. Graham and Mrs. Frank Ro-
prove interesting to every woman I October 27. 1947. the woman's clubhouse :Monday:

in fact to every one interested in j I zee. by selecting them r ci::lientsif Persons desiring to enroll may night voted to assume as a project -

the welfare of these United States j WSCS life membership at a register in Room 8. Pahokee High the erection of two illuminated

of America and our way of living. circle meeting held at the home of School. Monday evening. October signs at the Pahokee football Prince TheatrePahokee
double :Mrs.: Jess M. Elliott Monday nigh.
Saturday brings another
1 27, at 7 o'clock. Classes will be field one each at the north

feature with Gene Autry dom? At the business session: witn held from 7-9 p. m. on Monday, and south entrance gates. The

"Ranclio Gra:de" for the Western :Mrs.: J. G. Thomas Jr., presiding Tuesday and Thursday evening for signs will read "Lair Field -Homeof

portion of the s.how. This is a the group voted to sponsor the eight weeks ending December 18. the Pahokee Blue Devils". J. WMulhs Florida

Western picture that is a "better" collection of Christmas gifts for 1947. and David M. Bleech were I

Western show, with action beauty veterans in hospitals, the gifts to Registration fee is $10 for one appointed to have charge of theproject. : Sun-Mon. October 26-27
id be donated by members before ,
* songs. .
24-hour course or $18 for two 24-
Nov. 12 with :Mrs.: D. \\'. Cunningham -
Leo Jr. memberof '
Second up brings. Gorcey hour course plus cost of text- Carmen Salvatore ,

Huntz Hall. Bobby Jordon. Tilley in charge of the project. A books. No classes of less than ten the Glades Veterans Service

David in donation of $25 was voted for the funds al-
Benedict and Gorcey persons will taught. Committee, reported that
Bombshell." Westgate missionary project. Mrs.I. : for
"Bowery loted in the county budget
M. Lair a report of equipment - --
This one will be a bombshell of gave veterans service work in thGladE"s

hokum the kind that only the and supplies on hand and Girl Scout TroopIn area have been approvedas

Bowery kids can dish out and I'm needed for the church nurseiy set up. Arthur I Buddy* Lam-

sure it will be a pleasure] to botn which is being sponsored by the Meeting TuesdayThe more requested that all member 1>rkr 1000E

the old and the young. circle. having knowledge of jobs open

See you at the movies--Mai. Mrs. R. J. Schroder WSCS mission Girl Scout Troop at a meeting for veterans list these jobs with

. study chairman. presented the at the First Methodist Church him at the State Employment Tut>S.-\\ed.. October 28-29

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boles and first part of the WSCS fall mission Tuesday afternoon voted to assist Service office in the Sanders building -

children of Lake Worth spent the study of the book "We. the the Tuberculosis and Health Association at Belle Glade. DOUBLE FEATURE

weekend in Pahokee visiting her People.] She was introduced by in the annual sale of James A. Stafford, local vete -

parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. "'ilk- Mrs. E. 1... Pope program chairman Christmas seals in this area. The ars service officer, reported the

inson. Sr.SCHOOL. and in turn introduced Mrs.I. scouts' also voted to make scrap- following local veterans in hospitals -

M Lair. Mrs. D. W Cunningham books for the entertainment o'patient : Fred \". Smyth, Guy P. '
and Mrs. B. Elliott w h.' led r 1rMa
TRfSTEFS E1KCT1OV: at the Everglades Sharon and Ralph Gri bpatif'nt

Pursuant to the laws ol the Stateof the group in the study and a general morial Hospital as a troop projec. at the Bay Pines Hospital Park 1 IOCANAAT
Florida notice 1. hereby given that I I
discussion of the subject.
IIn election will be held on the 4th Tenderfoot tests were parsed bv Keen won the drawing for th.- PORTER

day of No\ember 1947 for the purposeof Refreshments to the 39 membersand Lovda William". Fay Mackcv $31.45 jackpot.

naming three trustees for Special guests present were served by Charlotte Cate. Phoebe Ann Plans't"rt" made for spun r nng
Tax: School District! No 1 In Palm -
Reach County FlorIda. for the en..ulng Mrs Elliott assisted by :Mrs: J. Ramey, Marcia Jean Guthrie Em- a big dance at the Elks Hall) on

two \'f'arand for the purpose of determining A. Dulany and Mrs Curtiss Chas. ma Hitchcock Pose Marie Hender the night of Xov 1. following] th"
the rnllla .e to be levied for /
the operation of nchool* within Faiddistrict co-hostt'sses. son Sandra Long. Joyce Lyn Pahokee Fort Pierce football
whether also there rhail ..
and Hurt. Carol Carpenter Margaret game, with C. It. Wethermcton
be a -pedal two mill levy In the f-a'd
District for the purpose of creating ftreverte Rep. B. Elliott Is I Lynn Shirley. Olive Gonzales] an.] Jr. house chairman, in charge of e R 7
fund for building and MteP. .. :Nancy Hilher. Mr" Joe Tom arrangements Paul Tillery announced -
,tins places are hereby designated BPW Club I dil1CMJiA4l/A'
as fallow* Boynton troop captain gave that the Fort Pierce 1 1 r., ciii; tarn pfFOPw1

Ul Nol Jupiter Town Hall iPreilnct 'I j. demonstration of proper method Chamber of Commerce plan to

'2t take Park. City Hall (PrecinctNo Rep B Elliott] guestspeaker. : for first aid treatment She also]; nm a special I FEC passenger train

2> gave a talk on "Youti I''explained the procedure for building ] to Pahokfe for the pamej 7'hurs.-Fri., October 30-31
131 Riviera Community HailPre-
cinct No 31 and Our Responsibilities to Them"at and caring for camp fires but _
C.H Northtxiro Hre Station tP e- I a swal:: and: busi"t>s* mf'tmgof because of rainy weather a demon I joD SECGFT f47 5 YEARS!
clnct NOR 4 6 and the w'htterctlOns
cf No 7t : te! Everglades Business and Pro. stration of this rout activity w.
.5' west Pam: Beach Colored JnPveclnct fp..wnal'oman's Club h."M Tties- postponed until rext week

tit. :tai < N High 7 and aun:t'rlum 8 ..\- t ('d\ night in the womanrlub- Plan! were mad for a troon Planned For Perry

cludim white s. h Mi .e. Irs. Cleo D>>uthtt presented pirty to b*> heM at the home of

<6tC.rtra: n->-T.8h* Fire Station. i human interest ,.t-irxfrom :Mrs.: H. T. William this Frilavcxeri.nc PERRY T*.. ..tabli!'im.: rtf ..
I P" cl5ct No 14 and "' hlerrction
i.f No &--"i<*i No 311 a Miann: newspaper erttl-d. "The at 7 pm. at which tim* farm wornrmp at th.. f"rn.. -.1rC4t 4AJ

C.I SouthtK Fire Station i Prertr.ct Barber Sh.-p Cro-.xded Out and outdoor fieMte -if
!seend l lass scant Arnv \r: BIhere fr use \.f- ,
Noel 15 IS and 32-33
Ce' Palm R.'ach Fire Station Precinct Kid Troop in for Free Work on *!!I will rw> i\"t"n. Mothers o* rar.s taking:: on-th..-'irti: trasi) ::

S""' 191 I Iot-bt':' scouts on the committee in charge was announced\ R.-\r Apn"rir.strurtnr .
(9) Lake W 'rth Town Hall .I'rf'-
Clnot 20:34211101lantana Mrs Loss M.x-k. Mr!=. fav .\b- of the party :r< lude :'olrs."iniama..

Town 1U11 i Precinct ling and :Mrs: Gt'ratnptkln Mr' P M Cate Jr. Mrs. \\'. HMav 1h shop! is equipped with had + YTOIr
St' 241
1111 rcMt. TOW.I H.iIi Pre- I, were welcomed anew m"rnN rs Mr 0 D r>arp.'ntr and tool and power equipment ?',-

rte! No :251 I"s. Tommie Lee DuBv)se. pr>'?i- ML A. Flitch both w<**lworfC and metalwork
,I2' IVlrmvrc Je B UMirv ,Prei3 .
('''It'S' r' *(t.:" de-t. presided at the ta.jii.e.sM. .\STr sarl 5 The trainers .:: r-. ;aturcJa'uH'mht"r; : I

> Bora 'Raton Town Hill ..Pc -*- I ..mbers of the Pahokee Woman .\ recent surrey reveals that rne instruction in carprntan :
No :30< I
:no- '
CHI ('anaInt! Carter Pul'.J'.r.s"Peclnct : C'ib; were inxit J guests at *S Pt"rt"r. of the practicing at- farm mr>;ans("" In the sh r> wh .

No 3M I flip met-ti'-p Refreshment o* torrexin the state of FJorirti wa rr.adavailable for the 1.'r-. !MI ULK 1 FEATI'IIK

15> Pahokee No 36> Town U1 precinct : cake and punch were served to 40 have their residence in cities wwn "i pose by the County Pomm.I'S-r- ;* "Rancho Grande"I

tEl Be:> O'ade: C"tIbt: I' t- i 1 persons ty Mrs Dor:* Carter lira have been pmpo.x! by "Monil and the Perry Flying Ser\: e
c'n.No 37-5S-41' F1Barrrtt and Mr V--''_' Ha'Itcstf I
; AIrway!! to receive direct air pa- Theveteran* are buiI1.ccr '
(17 S<"-.-h PT.wn H.l: Prt- Ienr1. *trvPage
(rtrr" NiPORI ,, ::10.40' > s>es. *nfvrorsection: !* with, every city: "-e* irv work -rrhe- lahle i ish
> OF FtBIIC I'TItt'c--t".. .-. .
sn Floridai *'*.> IIJI the first project for slEC I -AlsoI -
CF r.\t\1: PF\CM COl"nFORID..\
tT JOHN I IFON\RD The Rev. C R.l..r.:: ". pa<" rr -. ... titne'A" e juir>mrtH

C-untv 5:: T'n'f'nc.r.t: ef the Church of the! :'-azAr 'r.f'. and i Mr and: Mrs J. W. Guthri and F Kd-ar. Tyler r.w'v; t
P-;b:u- lni.f"or and E x-
rl'r; Sect: r\ : .i'a Mire- :ire s'.t-,- J-c:: a :'-az-' rhMrehae moved from Pah--- ve.ra- a Ur.IJr.r.. assisted llllll. } r I

The F'ers:..!5e NewCar.a '' .. C"t': ''!' ''.. O'la--! K.." M'i":: where trev w i :an--g: ,. a -..k -t.-t Agres1a '
: P. t.t Fla
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II : "One of the most serious traffic accident problems unquestionably :

I is the pedestrian' says State Motor Vehicle Commissioner '
I George H. Asbell.
Of 641 motor traffic fatalities during the last complete year
I i 195, or 34%, were pedestrians, a higher death rate in that !
I : classification than was shown in the previous year's record.

I : At least 159 more people will be killed by automobiles in

i Mr. MotoristO Florida this year during the fatal months of March, April :
I : and May. Of these 54 will be pedestrians if the latest record

I : prevails. The indications are that fatalities will be even ,.
I MAKE greater. 7 out of 10 of these deaths will occur at night and
I SAFE DRIYING three-quarters of them will be walking or crossing in a way

I A HAUT to contribute to their own deaths. .

I i This is a timely warning Be alert to traffic hazards when

I you: are a pedestrian. Cross at properly designated ereuings.I .
I 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 :

B SIR V I ALL It's your life at stake. Walk safely-live longer

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cf Florida. Hit Roridt Pr... Auo-
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Big Concern Will Entries Are MadeIn 1t'

Buy Only Fresh Fruit Tangerine Contest Contest Winner "Brands" His Prize \

ORLANDO Departing from WINTER HAVEN Brunett.

generally accepted practice the Ann Williamson 16yearold1i- '-$.-"

Kroger Company will buy only ami high school girl this week be-

fresh fruit meeting U. S. Grade A. I came the first entry in the 194

juice requirement this season fo* Florida Tangerine Queen content

its Cincinnati branch which ope- which is being sponsored by the

rates 150 food stores in Ohio and Winter Haven Junior Chamber 01

parts of Indianna and Kentucky. Commerce on Sunday Novembc- '

according to a dispatch publishedthis 16, at Cypress Gardens accordingto

week in the Orlando Sentinel. Tom Walker Jaycee presidentThe

While the experiment is limitedto fourth annual Tangerine

the Cincinnati branch stores it Queen contest is open to all single

may if successful be extends girls in Florida between the ages

next season to the company's 2.5'JO of 16 and 21 who possess poise, ,

stores in 18 mid-Western and charm and beauty and are officially <' N

Southern states. Kroger executives sponsored by a civic fraternalor
business organization. This

said.They pointed out that the plan year plans are being made to publicize -

will insure that customers receive Queen Tangerine IV througi :

flavorful mid-season quality fresh a national pictorial campaign de-

oranges at the beginning of ths signed to help promote Florida's

season.In valuable tangerine crop. Walker

order to obtain Grade A juice stated.

oranges, the Kroger Company Last week invitations and entry

through the Wesco Foods Company blanks were mailed out by the T TA

a subsidiary, will offer a ,Jaycee Contest Committee to civic tiR7 i
premium above the daily F. O. IS. 'clubs and business organizations

prices on oranges not meeting the over the state. A number of ap-

desired standard. plications for contestants have already -

The company will continue t ) been received by the committee -

pay this premium until such timeas from Jacksonville Beacn, I

all Florida oranges reach a Orlando, Tampa St. Petersburg I

stage of maturity and quality ana -Miami "which indicates: tha: .

measuring up to Grade A juice requirements much interest is being shown in pioneer of the auto industry hunted throughout the "advance-design" model which Storey "brands" here
it was said. this year's contest nation in a contest to discover the oldest Chevrolet truck with his distinctive Circle-Heart brand. It was presentedto
The Grade A juice standard The girl who is selected as the in America turned up appropriately in the possession him by J. W. Burke manager of Chevrolet's truck
which requires oranges to have a 1947 Tangerine Queen will receivea : of a Montana homesteader. The venerable vehicle department as Mrs. Storey and Montana cowgirl Merle
minimum of nine per cent suga": contract with the PowersIodd vintage of 1918,was still serving Rancher Leslie A. Storey Spears (right) look on. Nearly 7.000 old-time Chevrolet
of Jordan Mont.,whose ranch lies 18 miles from a typical I trucks were entered in the contest won by this vehicle
solids and a minimum solids to Agency in New York: a S10O Savings
"last frontier" town. The award for owning the oldest which was one of 384 built by the division in 1918. its
acid ratio cf 9.5 to 1, was adopted Bond; a new Jantzen swimsuit licensed and operating truck was a new Chevrolet first year of truck production.
by the U. S .Department of Agr--? and sweater and a complete
culture after exhaustive tests dress suit ensemble designed by I

WhiCh showed that at this point Laura O'Banion of Miami.

t**": fruit meets general consumer The 1946 Tangerine Queen con- I

acceptance.The test with the largest number .*f

standard also requires four entries ever to compete in a beau !

and or> -:: ilf ;:anon of juice p..." ty contest in Florida was won by Fli i kii4t! :; )

box fc S.170; ; a-J smaller ". Miss Dorothy Sparkman of Dade ;

oranges and four gallons per bo.* City. John Robert Powers was one

for size 150 and larger fruit. i of the principal judges! last year

Florida's present State Mr.turitv t and arrangements are being madeto
Law permits natural color orange have the same type of quali-

to be shipped with as little as 7.o fied and impartial judges for tae

per cent solids to acid ratio of event this year. 1!

10.5 i... I. Colo.- added ornng<- --.-
must have a minimum of 8.5

solids and a solids to acid ratio of Cities League To

9.5 to 1. TalksST.
Hear Revenue
under Stat
The juice content

law must be four gallons per bob
for natural color oranges and four
for cities will be the keynote of
and one-half gallons per box for
addresses and general discussionsat
color-added oranges.
the annual convention of the
Taste tests conducted by USDA
Florida League Municipalities;
research man have shown that the
to be held in St. Pctt'r'burIon-
reduced acid content required forGrade
and November 17
day Tuesday.
A juice oranges is of equal
and 18. Sessions will take placeat
importance with increased solids
the Soreno Hotel.
in providing satisfactory oranges.
Among the speakers announced
--- by E. L. Cole this' city I>>asrue

secretary is Rep. Richard H r
Lions Plan Father
Simpson of Monticello. former

And Son BanquetPahokee speaker of the Florida House of .
Representatives whose': subject .v1.I

will be "How shall Florida, now an
Lions at their Tuesday urban State Eq-nh/e the haring I rcit1TIrtiUS
liii I !
their limcV tn nnrnal meeting) fathers made and son plan Mnque for- I f'f Tax Revenues?" ;

C. II -old Hippler. city attorneyof
whir will lie held this year
Eustis. will talk on "Militant
on Nov. 4. The group voted to
Education of the Taxpayers
sponsor' a coirniumty Christmas
:Must if Cities are to get a Far t
decoration contest with the club'scommunity
Share of the Florida Tax Dollar" "

betterment committee and James' G. Richardson, college: \ .( .1
to have charge of the contest including .12 i '-
of Bi'sme .\dministra tion. Un- '. 4r ;vtt
the drawing up of a set of SrJ
vers.ty: of Florida, xxul! I;peak on \ ; ,
rules.Ftpr.k ?
"The Effect of Inflation on Operating : ., ;i7 .rd?
RozMe, deputy dst-ict:

governor. give a report on a Lion :." and Capital ImproxerieiitCo.t .; ifi(' $!ij
cab :not f-' tiris which he recently .
-',- .
Gn up meetings include tho.-- "
attended in't' t Palm Beach and '> z- ** **itfc. *
for max or commissioners, councilmen I :; .." }
Rupert gave a report OT
and municipal judge, presided t .I

club special finances.A committeet. appointed over by Mayor Curtis Hixon I. 2 iik, ,. .if :.f-,1. 1I
f and for ,
<> Tampa : city manager*
last week to nominate a club ,) ':
rl ;
Manager L :
presided over by City
treasurer and an additional mem- j \ .t .
T. Lockwood of Palm Beach. ,.
I,,T ."T the h'ant of directors re- ;
con'ren.led! J W Mullv.* for te office Officers of the Florida L-iaiie ; ; :1':1'ill
Muniripahties :ire: I'rf'sJ.'n' !
of treasurer and .'t. Q HOAX ell.director .
Tve el..t! >on of there :Mayor William Boardall of Orlando. .1' \ .!'J S. A L 'IE. Ya
serretary-t-ea! : E L I .
two new officer will be held next "
Cole of ?t. Petersburg n un..*l. .! If ,1
week when nominations from til' :.' '. .
William Madison of Jai ksonville -
fI.'riU also be rcceiyt'd.President '' : f .

i Kxard: .\ Jensen appointed ; ; ,
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Paul T'.llerv and MikrSamle }
Ja k entertained o :
: Spencer members -
''s' to renre-vr.t the club on
of !his Int'rmediatf Boys :;
the i:>>l ::ntf team for the Halloxer. -
Pa- l*:. ss of the First -tfc'Kl't: .
Carn.d for ih.Mn ;
Church: !It'b..l. at a barber-ie and 27th through November 1st -
hokt ar. I C.\: Pit at Ltir One whole week -

FEel! i :t th n.pM: of Oct :'1. I' out.it, r party on the (chur Dav.dRar.ey . will be devoted to a Storewide Sale to celebrate Burdine's 49 years
ground Thursday ;Jn ; >
vas announced! that T..nt'at* ':".
who likes Jack .to well service to Southern Florida. Every floor packed with real, money
Jr. will! N1 cest !lpt'd < T at nextvrcrk'n ; "
luncheon_ AS a Sunday school teacher that ho saving values! And.because better living begins at Burdine, you H '

---- anted to be a permanent rr.eru- ; Burdine
"v.,- of ass dtt.td..toa If i want to bring the whole family to Burdine's, Miami or k
t3cs. "
Pr ant M:'* Harry M KlarUhave -,? the fun and savings
returned to p:1h" i.whf"r* f, special Zuet.Mr. ; West 'Palm Beach for the excitement. Join in -

Pr Klarbe*. who has been a pa --- -- r r'er'c:' .. of this great Storewide Anniversary Sale! .

tiNt1 government hospital f jr I and Mrs. Harry J. Miller ,-.: -- ...,Rem>nbetit starts Monday, October. 27tbs.f .; . -;; -,.
the past several month" nan. to ( :-:ew' C.ail'tlf' Pa. Lave arrived In of. : ._ .. ., ... .. ; :
I : : : '. :
resume his; practice of medicare in atekee where they: plan to a.ak. "..'i :._ .::.,.,' ....- "- .. .... # .->#_. ... ..+. .' ".-.'._._. \-..,.... .r....""" the near future I t::f.r home r -