The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00308
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Devils Go To Lake }I I Junior Red Cross : County Will\ Seek I Cane Harvest Starts I Street Program Is

Program Under Way j j In Evergladesrea

Worth Tonight To I II New Veterinarian I Considered Bv The
j I T"e Junior Red Cross drive has CLKWISTON: Despite all-ttm.- %

been I n full swing at the Pahok :. sn flood! waters, harvesting! ; of
Play The TrojansThe i Elementary School for the past I Steps looking to possible replacement Fl.>rida's 1947-4 crop of sugarcane PahokeeCouncil

I week with 100 percent registration of Dr Paul A. Rainey as started la.t'k in th'' _

I of pupils in the JRC set as the Palm Beach county veterinarian: Everglades on nine,' of the fourteen
Pahokfe Blue Devils will it The Pahoke City Council TuesLJ -
: membership ;goal Newly electeo. were taken by the county commission plantations of the United Stat>
entertained the Lake Wortn
by y night passed a resolution. intritduie -
members of the JRC Council at Monday It acted: on complaints Sugar Corporation. Cane cutting ,
Trojans at Lake Worth tonight the school include Roy Spoom that Dr. Kamey had failed will be extended to other plant
and if the Trojans are in the sam Don Hillier to employ an engineer
chairman! Nancy Ann M 'Coy vice j to keep appointments made for tons as quickly as receding floods
mood as they were last week when' to make a survey of city streetsind
<'halnmIorris: Hughes him for work in the Everglades."We permit.
they upset the Vero Beach Indians tary and treasurer. This st'crc-I j can't seem to have him Wednesday: the cut cane start.*.Iti draw up plans and spetifica-
32 to 6. the local eleven is in for a t tin tin for the paving if streets :t1tl'nsnll.twn
charge of the membership dnv i conic to the "Glades. said Commissioner :ouch the sugar house wher-
hot reception. -, : of sidewalks!
I and will direct JKC activities -+t'': Paul Ilardin. who brought pro'singopt't ations will contin on al
Coach Clyde Alley has most 'Jft.is ,!esrgnated streets within the
I the school during the coming the matter' up "Speer III. L. 21 hours a day until the estimated
first string me back in umfori.i limits After
[ The drive ends this Friday Yt'ar'l :peer. assistant county agent: )t. trop of 050.00O tons of cane his the (engineer has
but those who have been on the completed! his work he is to >reent -
i special Junior ned Cross pr() arranges for him to come and !he been converted! into ralIgar.. j
sidelines with injuries are far from I in the school auditorium Mr.-_ j 1 doesn't come Ho just won'* The sugar house at Clewiston. the plans and cost estimatesto
being in top form. John Ogle has the council for vtudv'
Umlin asked th.t 1 the United State las
i Sarah Thomas' the !school's JKC I II do the job Largest in
not fully recovered from his i t .:icher-sponsor. I| th. is ail "find someone to replace seasoni5ited by more than 200iO( The council authorized the expenditure -
ankle while J. B.Vood
8-pramed ot S-t.t.OO for the
Dr. Kamey r't'rsorsill tit' open to \iMtorsXovomber purchase
ham's shoulder which was hurt in I ----S-- j I I The rommis-ion named Kird'nCounty : IrtUnited of tilts .n Canal Point Koad

the South Brow-ard game is till' Agt'nt1.. U. Mounts an iPr. I 'el'cted as the site' for the pro-
giving him trouble and Julian :Sn-- ,' --- T.I l n e w hospital bmltlin;:.
To Continue Fight \\ Jo:. VanLandingham. oun \
der's speed has been cut down by I :i health officer as a committee to Nations Is :Named 01 th' election<< board to

some painful Charley horses Tn recommend: replacement: or employment !s -iv" at the rnuna'ipal tffenndun

Blue Devils had little trouble in ; Over Operation Of of a \eterinarian on the new' hospital! building:: Dei-.

subsiding the Stuart Eaglet last 'i j Informed of this developmirtPr i Topic IondayFor ; :2 were Mrs Vena Mae ,'hl't\t..r.

week but Alley has warned his East Coast Railway lUiney withheld commert clerk: Mrs Edna PkKt'tt.Irol..
men that they will have to really)! i pending receipt of official notification Pahokee PTA Meet"United Kh-da Shive and J. B. Elliott in-
put out if they expect to stop the -pertors.

charging Trojans who have long WEST PALM BEACH With I J."romIonnts the commission The group also voted to pu'-

been potentially strong and really Sen. Claude Pepper champion of received a report that despite Nations and Worl chase a ':'-8 lot near the FEC PeI.-

discovered their own strength last the ACL in one corner and Ed floods a harvest of squash. Cucumbers Peace" was the program topic presented can Lake crossing from C. IV.Wroten .

week. The Pahokee High School Ball managing executor of the and green beans in December by Mrs. E. L. Pope pro- for UM as the site for th!

. Band will accompany the team to I vast Florida DuPont estate in the is expected fn-m the Lak gram chairman, at the November additional! water tower for th

the East Coast tonight I! other, the battle over operation of Worth drainage district Other I meeting of the Pahokee Parent- waterworks system.

Alley plans to start James the Florida East Coast Railway crops from that large area near Teacher Association held Monday City Clerk W Walker was Instructed -

Scott, left end; Kenneth Johnsor. will go into another round before the coast will be much later. night in the high school audi- to return to the federal

left tackle; J. B. Woodham. leftguard the ICC in Washington next Ja 1- Mounts said.County torium. Mrs. Pope introduced Mrs.I. government the J2.0OO which the
; Raymond Camthers. center 7. advanced to the
uary -- ------ :Marshall: Lair. Mrs. O. D. Carntnter government city
; John Ogle right guard: LWroh'n. "? At the forthcoming hearing, ar- and Mrs. R. J. Schroder who for the proposed! new sewerage

right tackle; Ted Bob buments will be heard only on Road NamedIn cave talks on the need of tee disposal program which connot be
Johnson right end; Frank Gillu. testimony already in the record, earned through:: at this time
United! Nations organization forpreserving
quarterback; Huston Connell left and no new testimony will be per Honor Of LongTime world --- -
half; Julian Snyder right half, mitted. peace.Dickie
Pahokee CitizenThe John...on. chairman of the OfficeIs
and Joe Kent Carr fullback. When the FEC went into bankruptcy -
Iahok Junior Red Cross aii>Icountv
I early in the 30's the du-
- I county road constructed bv: delegate:: to the national Kept Quite Busy
Pont estate, under Ball's direction,
I I county road forces from the Pure JKC convention last summer announced -
Legion Collects bought controlling interest in th"bond's. Oil Station in Pahokee to they that the Junior Bed Cross Th I?.,!li.- Glade office of the

Gifts For AmputeesThe I A plan was then offeredto State Market Road will bo knownin drive! at the high sihool will start Florida State Employment SrK
the ICC for duPont operation of i
I the future as "I t rrimorf' UiM". this week imnwhatelfnl1owl C i !*;t\'f> 111 'ttunst"'lll1'rnh'n'uwA.:: .
the railway as an independent.
collection of Christmas gifts j Florida.controlled route instead according to a resolution presented the election of high:: school JKCur.cil 71 nf them to veterans' in the

for amputee veterans at the I b\ ('(.un1\' ComnM-o'oner! I'ae'l ( ) memb*'rs. Newly! elected first ten months ,.f 1< 47. in an effort -
of ac"eptrnthis:: plan the ICC offered -
more Hospital in Mi.imi has Bllt-I one of its own. wr-oh: duPo'it I Kardin and passed unanimously bv members!' of the JKC council at the to help them find suitable

(mpleted under the interests accepted expecting to the county beard Monday elementary 'h..ol. where the drivesi. Kinds! .if niployrnfnt Arthur :L

Post 1 O American Legion Auxiliary : take over operation as well as Kardin's resolution cite dh.. already under \\'awert' introduced I..-irrinu>."-. manager ,.f the office
: I irrimore's long-time residence n I. aid to.l.ivKmplovment.
assisted by woman's mipionarv --' ownership on January '. li'15 .
groups of various I Il An .ACL plan to take over the the Pahokee area and his continuous Tb monthly attendance aw aril- county ling, one '.f
bused work for upbuilding of th. bv Mrs Cleo Douthit th" man services offered by th-
''..urines. The gifts:: which will roidas! t"t'j..t..t But on msti! M- were won
by the veterans as Christmas Lion of Senate' Pepper the hearingwas i ('..mmllnlt .. A copy of the resolution third! t ralo room at the elemen- Fmplo\mnt Service Mr J..anl-

presents tn their families, were at- ordered reof't'nt'at a tier wa made part of the mirte :- tiry 'cho' and hP'"- twelfth :nnr' ror.tinix-d. assists workers

tra<.tiIy wrapped and pt'rsonall:' : when Pepper who himself hat :: of the Hard and a copy I grade at the hich school) :Mrs: I). who need such help to dflrnilTi

deliver! to the veterans at the -rggested a fearing date was at mailed to Mr. Lammore. \\'. Cunningham pre..id lent. prend-" their present <>r potential
Jl'ifmore Hospital WednesdAV! bJ \ the war rim-s trails In f!, rmany J.'or'ars :Mi I..a: timor" his e. -.t the lMi.ress ! s T I served this district of I I' the ? hour whir i light of realistic! mforn ti' n about
!: P'!,'t'.h\ ? ,s""In : Last Man operation "'f the road as justice! u'-ine STK ta
I Ht.tt. reprc-Tit;.,g r.Le 11 I was granted bv the H ,"" t I tt:.. the rei'e' :id t:* r"o"i In o*. '. :'I d tire n.. ruing r"fhmer.t.s job requirements and employment

/ .\ 'Iary :" "*.: \" ra'"< ma. i I ACL. but F.I! Ball promised a finish I' fire i.s an enviable" ore were !O..n.In. the school cafe-tr'Mhv ":" pr.rturiti"!i This service fanlitit's -

1 V -s N.... '...I.,. I K .'.tv.hi ........; 'I', I fight, d.! clarirc that E.ist I Appropriate signs have l *>en Mrs J \\'. Cruthirds. Mrs *- the placement! nf lwablr
C 1. Juks.son. represent! tI! Coast interests would! be injured built and punt..1 bv the -'
I ,op.'! 5' :u.t'h ..f t::" it:1: i by ACL .ptr tion ; d,'p;.rtn...nt and will b, ..re<.t- ant 1 :\Ir" F F Illwam! workers with {'riipaTion'''' '>-

t-Mty. and by Mrs Jo:. L. Pope ..1 I I The ht ir:ix on Jan 7. 191s. is 'd s.on (':1 the realy I ,!...:u. r.\t".t --- -- I. mil .
.trt. D \\'. Ctinmneh.iTJi. ft'pTt"'ntinc a part <'f Ball's premise t., ren .'. r.'a.'!. I.it'd t:')
". the I\iSiokee First tt'tbI I I I the fight --- PI ,::s :- ,- V. r,.'f't dance t.1 h' T. ::10! r.t.: .. i '". had IK

.h.t Church I I Ball who with former (.ovemorJ (11.1: MI:KIIN: G',nn.I'.t: : t'. Id! .." Fr.li\ r-\.nnp Nov 25 ...! -< "'e! f <>l r,,'rs<>ns flunnt ,:

--- -- I '-.:a IT..!"t1.: is co-executor of th' : i'01.: N t:.Mi:t.KT ',ere' ;r: id.M! tf Pahokee ('hapf ( .. 1'.r !. ','.' r/.H n ';v., flue ut

(- \Nt'M: ; '.:'", \HJ.CIo.'I1.LE I duPont estataid: to n'ntl'.1 1 ,I - ...- ,. R e.-t...\w (;.rls at a m -.-ti"j .'.." i:.: j' .0 :V,.. ....t.'r I
,'fVrt -''!v-sts worth .570.OOO0> >- Arm J. .no>s r-r. 1.of the T the Mae..r:' fl.iI! ;Monday nijrh --

: : Prvvrnti.T i, .i" this Stlit.ders laim that i'a-al: Point Baptist church m."! '! :e Yv"' n" Fraser was oar ; Hil.M.1. O. SlauMin;

< t caner M m.' U5.: .>t frequent: rt ipcr's r position tee duPont meet next Their**. iv ni :tit at tvh --. J v.errr.an: :n charge "f arr irirM' .

t\ inim.itu It1>i i\ J.a.rno1 .- ;:r. : ..- /,. ">.! ,>r Balls r-p.'rte-i ..R'.> <:f M'V'-.". <"*. :fff a* i':0.- !,* l..if FE-! !., a.rt : 1 N Made "MajfirEstablished
,, '. 4'!he Ed'V':reds when! :'eaa..t . .. Tn I. Patterson t' ', ,* *'-*> h ... -
'' ::1 1 N th' ke\ni>;,- of 4 :*1..11<' ii; pp' : : >: v 'l..k r.f' .r." r. r:" si i-:
"" '!'!Inar to txhf,Id! her.ti t..iII : ..:: .','pp.'r for the !'atte' = d.. w ']1' '1:f.-t ixt M "--flav atpr .S':.. '.-as: i->.-t.'.i b\ \f'< I FHar.lt' : !1 ;- r 1. . . = ."I'.rI' r

ineveli H<'t,'l -''i :Non.tvt 1.; .. ..t .n t th.. U S S.'".It,> Th,s_ P. i"- r'>. ,a.at th. ho-j... .f :Mr R.ri-i.\; I .-. i....th-r 1\.. -. r f :\ -. .! ....

13 and 14 The Tumor Clamof t-.' per '_as ,len:.'.! .I.l.nnJ his ,I.I I. .it 2 :tl"J,,, kI. i e -- .' "'' !. > ;I .

'o.'r.II! the fght a "m the! t. : --- .. .'. f'al . .. . .-
P vat County hospital and lo .1 I.1j. Ii :! :n :: .n. : l;.;' ;1 -
i j.>, tors will serve a* hosts to Jit1., -" ,I interest: 'f t! .' people" _.1'o :r ., .I'i: 1'. .','.tv ........t t-... .:.....1.- ."at!-..l'.r. 'fan'" r. . .

: '' tkr,. md \isitini ph\usa.-3 In tb.t 1 ,',.::nt.111 a.'n.:-.>d by . S near rik-, -'--.e 'ti' ;tr..r. hn.' ra.1ToA.1 paST.! -

from all .southeastern state I.- Ft.'ra F.t e. a!IIt res:.!e 55 JI'-- for an *rr.i f teat r- r'i"is of a bnr.k of "
I ..-t .",., art: ..', y tens .' -10 hv fwoo .
".. t-.' Tumor Clinic in sponsoring' ; : -iii AUTlrn.rt!' t' naas
-a- ----- ... e
and .\rt"1Iji:1r.a: : this three day 1 d..anr.: \ .

r ..etng: any tN- Stale Board ->t I I; ". ..is: r-f"t" pr.::;:fie fog rattle' .
HtaUrr.i hf Florida I'ivs.1: f., -t-.t! r \ .... f''p :* '- a1: -. .. .i rf,. -. a-rt TO .-. r'lI =".k. .. !ip- .... t---'t: tt. : 1t7C r....+ } .P .. ,:- 1"-1' ..t e.'-rr-

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Pace Two The Everglades News. Canal
Point. Florida
FVirl.iv. November 11_ _. lgi'

!,; unit t.> eat but their mutt
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing "Teenage Tavern--
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY I iLet tae buyer bexxare:' and t .

the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region .:ell wit the reaction. New Project Pahokee

Established 1924 Published Every Friday MX congratulations to the: big: Woman's Club

Subscription Price S2.60Year In Advance grocery chains who ha.eput
their foot down and who refuset
(By Russell Kay Plans for a program of rosrula-!
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn j gyp their customer The Anu>i>
weekend entertainment for teenage -
not dumb
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter : \1 i
youth of the
From the inception of the citrus may fool her now and then batafur community.

Paul Rardin Owner Editor PublisherA industry. Florida year after jear. she ia taken-in early in the known as "Tet.nasre Taxern" xxer-
has practiced fraud and deceit in !season she is off of Florida citrus made by members of the Pahoke

woman \va:* helping her husband pick out a new uit, attempting to market orange ana fruit for a long time and she n of. Woman's Club at a btixme* luncheon

and the two were in violent disagreement over the one 1 hf: grapefruit that are immature and the grocer who sold it to he- TUt''day.Irs, Ln>n Srnmner

unfit for human consumption. If xx e must ship fruit tmarket president appointed Mrs. James
should purchase. FIlially she gave in and said, "Well, goo green H. WiLson chairman .
As early as September. Florid let's advertise! it fo- in charge
ahead and After all I the
please your.-elf. guess you're one the project Mrs. Wilson will selectclub
Th\ing; and not for
begin to move to northern Eating purpost' -
who will the .suit.
wear ,:, members to act as hostesses
markets. It is as green a!" granand '
The man looked up meekly and :said in a quietoice, who ---- from week to week at the paotiei
any consumer buys it Is
"Well, dear, I did figure that I'd probably be wearing the doomed to disappointment. Maturity Tennis Spotlight I which will 1,<' held in the clubhouse

coat and 1 vest anyway."-Loui-ville Courier-Journal. : tests which were sunpt>sed! *" | for tnt teenagers The first teenage -

check this evil fail miserably. I' W. Palm In FebruaryWEST party wIll IH held on Siturdav. -

Fruit i : Nov :!:!. from s to 11 p. m.
High PriorityHi is artifically colored anJ
I PALM '| with Mr and Mrs Wil>on acting
prettied! up and some of it looks BEACH T.:: -
beautiful }blond secretary had just= -nuir.'rled: onto his Nations a.* hosts.
quite tempting on the outside bat amateur tennis stars will
lap when the office door flew and in strode his wife. Mrs M I. Keen
open was named
r>1th.>- nature ha=n't finished he- i oipt'te in West Palm Beach during -,'
"Mile High: Furniture Co.," he dictated loudly and rapidly. job and the housewife find to hersorrow :' the first week in February fo- chairman in charge of the c.'mmt:

Jentlemen; : Shortages or no shortages, just how long do ; that she had spent her good 5 the annual South Florida Tennis tee which will serve the meal it

you think I can run my office with only one chair?"-Iill: .. money for a mess of carbase Ciimpionaciord.ng: to B_n the: annual Elk banquet to Iv

Industries Horizon.Pottcngrer's This consistent shipment of York. city rei'reati< n director I i I held in the clubhouse on Xox 13
Mr*. R. W. Sanders was appointed -
xxotthless inedible fruit gives all by the V, S_ Lawn
Tennis program chairman of the club
assiciation and the Southern
Florida! fruit a black exe It knock*
RemedyIr Lawn Tennis association, th 1! and Mrs Clxde Alley, suru-hm"
the bottom out of the market an 1
Francis: Pottenger Jr., president: of the American messes the whole deal but South Florida is scheduled to at- i i i chairmin Mrs Bill Bolton of Canal -
Academy of Applied! Nutrition, got up at the academy- somehoxx. xx e have never been abl: track topranking players from all'! ',, Point and Mrs L. J. Fra...;>r

convention in San I Diego. Calif., and advised Americans to to stop it. sections of the o.'olmtry.It'n'"* were welcomed as new memhor

eat "fish headmelon -eeds. and other things they throwaway I suggested several years ago an.l xx omen"> singles and ioblo; It was announced that the clubs
are carded for the Howard Park annual Thanksgiving program WIll
to maintain national health during the world food that xx e might use some of the millions I| IH
courts here February to J*, J presented at a dinner meetingon
shorta ..." He described fish: heads and entrails- ood xx e spend on advertising our Among the other sanctioned 'I the night of Nox 21. with hu<:-

food." fruit to warn consumers' against
tournaments on the Florida circus j I i hand of members: to attt'ndi
Ami here we have been throwing away the best }part of this green fruit at the beginningof will be the public!: courts champ- guest

the fish all these year Not to mention all the canteloupe the season and I still think it ionships. Jacksoxillo. December Cfi I Mrs Lewis Friend andIn;

M-t'ils} we have to :ed in the garbage. Jut perhaps we -hould- would 1>1 a good idea to Jan. 1: the. Dixie Championships 1 Louis Davis were in charge of
Since the Florida citrus industryis ;
n't mention that word with Dr. Pottenger in his pre.entmood. at Tampa Jan. .".-II: the j luncheon arrangements..
either too dumb or too selfishto
Florida West Coast Champioa-
--. -
plax square with the consumer
The Stuart News herein nominates the good doctor for the worm at last has turned National : hip at St I'ett'rsburg. Jan 12-ls-

the Florida State Championship. :! The Freedom Train will !>.. heated
an imjMntant pot in whatever; federal bureau has the re- buxeie.: fed up with ourlousv -
| :H Orlando Jar l! :!; >
>: tr.j at
a siding at D.llt'lahy
:-pon-ibility} of :solving the food -hortaire. We are :sure thatit junk fruit have finally! t!'-1 I
j Austin Smith tounnmt"lt
would be no problem to Dr. Pottenger.He cided to take action themselves I T.p.y field Tallahassee! when it com;s
I, at Fort Lauderdale. Feb O-l. I j I there for a one-diy visit Pec :!.S.
could end the bread l cri5by discovering that the waxed \\'hthe. .* haxen't done so Ijefothis *-' -- -. -
; is ha'rd to understandAnvhoxx ;; I T. T. Hurnbull. chairman of a,
i iper wrapper- are -imply deliciouwith sugar and firs 11 W. Courson and famil' Jaycee' arrangement committee.
cr' :\ '. or when screed a- waferthinandwiche: with r coating C.-ain. an organization with thousand of Lulu. Fla. visited her brothers said. Seaboird. 1 Airline official are

of oil. I J. G Week, in Canal Point and
: craiiK-ca-e of retail titlets throughout: working with Jixcees in makingarrangement :

.\111111.}( }! meat pniblem-that would be like -hooting: a -et- the middle west announced recent I Inman \\'. Weeks in Pahokec. anl for visit of the train

ting hen with a 10jaugehotgun.) ; Nothing to it. Old inner ;lx- that it was through burin; their families from Sunday until load of historic American ilocients. -

l )beef hone much better and far Tu(>s.lay. !': ".
tubewivp| aroun are inrk and would purchase nn mor'

ehcajH-r} than .sirloin; steak- Florid citrus fruit thit did not
Woiried about getting a newuit of clothes or a dress :' meet the r D.\ Grade! A s ardard Mint 011'0; fI.\TlO' ro si 11. i.\M
NOTICE HFREBV! i\F.S: that P'.rwart faction IS III. Chapter 2CW5S! .
Dr. Pottenger would( be the\ man to fix that in a jiffy. Old i Law' of FI"rlda't- of 1941 and S t tu" fiT Chapter H717 Law< of ItOitda
Ever since> this announcement j Actof 1931. amended bSect..,,-: 11. Chanter 258 Laws of Florida. %.c'of _-.
gunny .askS make remarkably fine clothing and if you govithout I 19tl the foJ.ow.ns de-bribed tan* In Palm Btarh Cottntjr' nOl'1<1a. to-wtt, :
Florida growers;; and shippers who
shoes long enough callou-e- the soles
you grow I have condemned green fruit ship-I DE.'CRIPTIO: SC T\\J>. Kj.. Ac
of your feet that are far superior to shoe leathei. I Tract 66 Block 62 Palm
: rnents!' on.one hand and indulged Beach Farms CompanyPlat
Still in line for that new :automobile? Shucks, let- start the practice on the other habE'n \.... No 3 ____.__.__n? S
Lots 32 .. 33. Block 2, Piat
Club if
a Pottenger-For-Prtsident and get something even
screaming their head off. of B it's a team of oxen rml a twowhel'lt.'tll'art. But it looks like they are going 5 a Resub of Tracts:

I Put no. On -eco'ul thought it wouldn't do. Not even Dr to have to accept it whether th.': 1 2. 9 &. of 10 I.ot Belle 5. CiladeCJardens Block!

Pottenger would )be able) to equal( the geniuof some of the like it or not. for following th-' 6. Twp 43-44 Rx 3T E
as In PB 20 P 26 ___ .11
directives which ft.'dl'rallmrl'aucrats during the warperiod F roger I Ipad. other big chain S': of Lot 2 and lot 3. uuuu
ers have adopted the same Block! 2 Victor I. Geiger
: to wit and! i.e. such a one as the order forcing housewives hllY-1 Addition to Pahokee a*
and l this week the "
to slice their own bread.-Stuart Xl>W.-. in rn 18 P 73 Being a
Chain announced that it Subdtx of Tracts 30
I h 3! __ _nUU___ 13 .1).- >Z? .23
through with fruit unfit to eat and XV. OF SE'. OF'I..

Four Point Policy : :Marine Corps Is would tuy only Grade A oringes: OF stem. _ _un__._ I 41 42: sLot
1 41. Block 4 Plat: of
until such time all fruit fro
as ;i
Set For Jr. Hi Bands 1172 Years Of AA'eTA11PA Rader Subdivision In .
the tate was edible. N'_ of Lot 3. Block 6

Other large chains like A t P In Hiatus Between
Tn 43 A.; 44 S Range
MIXMI: \ f.ur }point polity o.i (( This month the Unr- Food Store. wIll undoubtedly! follow 37 K: av in PB 20P2S __u_.__ _ 07
Junior High S<'hn.1 l hinds. adopted ed State" Marine Corps celebrates the same policy and it will XX 17> It of fc-j of Tract
't 62! N of Crf s State owe.
In- the Dade County Hoard of Put its 172: annixersarx- prove one of the beat things that .Le." S 300 ft i Block S.

lie In-trmtion. his the approval of Marine Corps t'mts in Florid Pram Beach Farm Com-
ever happened to the Florida citrus
pany Plat No 3 ___h__....__ 1
senior and junior high school load |t< dix. although formidable enough. industry
dmntors I! an a far cry from the display of In humble! way I have been will: be offered for vie at public o'itTf"r the highest: anti best ca h bM. &O'>-
my }ect to the right of the Board o? Commissioners of Exergade t>ralna;r Ulstrlit
.\1 Wright. president! of the Flo.-i I strength mad. in the State by tie I telling! the truth about Florid to re!rct any and all bid- at the Courthouse, beginning at 10 OO 0 Clock A. Mon

id.i Bindmuster'. Association, sa' I Corps in ls3;. fruit since I first came to the statein the 12th daof December 1947 Ea-ement for drainage and reclamation and
I Ii road jmrpo.es alit be reverted F.tty percent .!to'; i of all oil gas mineral rlghLJ
the policy would insure (continue i I That year. the Marine Corns I 1U4 I have consistently condemned will also be resertrd

operation of such music unit- |hook to the field to protect FloriJ- the evil practice of shipping Board D-alnaze of Dletrl'tLEX CommLvHoner-" of Everglades

The policy provides that such'': ians from the Creek and t'minnli! i green fruit and will contime J ARNETTE ax Agent for safe Board

lints participate only m activities j Indian, xxho were on the \xarpatii to do so.Florida_ Bv Mice W Joyce Deputy Clerk
P'j'ilt-h Sov.rrber 7 14 k 21 1947!
of an educational nature, uniformti i The call to inns was so urgent producer the fme"t

IH in..xl'.nSIprinl' pal* aril that Marine Corps Commandant citrus fruit in the world and it M

Kmdma-sters agree on a minimum Ilendersm closet) down the heai'quarter criminal to offset this God gwen .

standard: of equipment according .* Washington and to-.k advantage by allowing a few s,>*f- j

to size' of sihool. anti bind or all of his clerks into the field!, a.-. ish grower or shippers to brir? '

orchestra instruction to !*. offeredin I \\fla\ everyother Marine who ill repute on the entire citr" i1diistry I

sl.two.ls1th enrollment under 1 could be spared from ship detachments Plenty of

r.tan.1 bath t... offered in -vhooU j j and Naval yard*. The big idea of course; is tn g.-t I

with larger enrollment I i Prt'shl..ntndrt"w Jackson hH J Jj the trait off the tree and ir.t.. th f

--- - i j asked the Barnes to put down tb.* market before a cold xxaxe: his..

i India"*. s,' Colonel Bender) I Cut the shipment of gree" fnl'i i
.\AKMIVTirK: ( I( i iA
I personally led these :Marines xxhiconstituted does more damage than tve av. rage i BARBWIRE
croup of Pihokee Hish School I
fr .
more than half t:.o ezeThe
j-tud. ntenjoxed an Armistice **'.
I I the strength of the Marine Corf'at .- tremendous grnwtf I
I"'Y picnic 3nIutd.r party !I tKa* t"e! I gift hux trade ha beer b'i.l 1* ',' !

near lndianto\xn Tue.d.i> After s,'ttlins with the Creek .' t-e shipment of quality fr. I.

Those attendingtre Ilax Hat- Indians just north of Florida n Thousands!' of folk hair !t."t r ., i ito

to- Joy Pidgett Helen H.uxes. Ge-rgia 1I'ndt'ntOn and his depend on reputable > pn---" :

Hettv Joe lira.okt'r. Tinkx Hull i nre .! mt Florida ir. AU M.i-1 for regular deliver of 01': !,'-:

John T. IVkott Jr.. Pickie Johnson 1"36. l!-.-. -

11.11 El.lm.t.uy: Helen Hx>k.. : \\ .. the Corps did a splend-d I lum price for it \Vni'' c;, 'n.- ; **

Pat'y Cr.'t'l.t.uy \nn Howes i iI ]th ana restored! order to the stat box shippers highjack t"sumer .. --

>.\!iul Hoxvesr>3 :Mr Carson T. they were "ahlt to defeat the IiI most of tnen. ire e xrereixed -:- !

Hoxxcs I d.ans w'-. > r.'trt't.<> the Ev*. value ant th"!'e wh >

---- -- i t glade and have never surrenderedC are b'uJ.:1r.E': a worths-t: Bacon-Jones Hardware

bu!'i-e.s that :iire! h--: a g i '
:\11...... Nell Uilhim and Mt;;* Eva ; -- -
return for their productNo
G.\iney will spend the weekend in : W Mole has returned t.) Miami Florii.ar in his r-jv n I'ahokee FloridaI

.unt'H'lI1. where tht'111 \1'i:t after *pending the weekend' m would! either buy or atte--p' ,

1'11:0" atham's broth1 Jame Lytham. I Pahokee ""I.* tlna: hi" brother GrAham .
eat the: kind i tout wes..-' -
who a.* a student at the L'nitersav Mole and IItstf'r.trs I W shipping early in the S4>a....- B' -

of.Flonli Week*. :i-i far: .>!' .> .
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November 14, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida' Page Three

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::1.t I It was a game of "one-o-cat" on a city street and Mickie was '!I
il at bat. . The driver of an oncoming: car saw the play . I II ,
!it I sounded his horn and was driving: cautiously through. One II IIII I
II last pitch . the crack of a well-hit ball. . and Mickie ran. !i I
ii; ...It wasn't the driver's fault,but Mickie was OUT...forever! ii iiI
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:I: Children playing in the streets of the Nation's cities and :;

: towns added 3,296 to the death toll charged against 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

! MAKE The schools of Florida are continually teaching traffic
; SAFE DRIVING safety and warning against the dangers of the highways. Par-
A HABIT ents should emphasize it in the home. Drivers should exert
extra precaution in passing schools or going through desig-
nated play areas.

Our children's lives are precious. Do your part to prevent
I :_ these youngsters being struck down- and OUT!
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Prepared by th. Associated De; DepartmentALTMAN
cf Florida, the Florida; Press AssoeietcnendtheNetcneIConserv. -'
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Four The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday November 14 1917

i they kicked! off deep into the 1:;-- I I' 1 1I
Stuart Tigers Fall ens' t >rrit. tx andtua.t'", att-r>;p* I Annual Banquet For PrepackingResearch Food Distributor

Before Blue Devils to pur.t out <.f danger;: wag bOl! k '.i Gulf Stream CouncilA. I To Start ShortlyORLANDO I Opens Branch Office
i with Ted Bob! Johnson falling) on C'halrman.1

scoring one touchdown in the the ball in the end zone for anot.t- J, Lnely. District I| Extensive research ATLANTAEstabdishrrrert of
and three th' .'r tn.ichdo'An Ca rr's kick f".r t:: I[ and practical experiments in t:' I Iprtrpackir.g
f ec'R'J quarter announced that a large delegatic 1
I : of Florida xegetal-! >-I I company branch office for the direct -
fourtn. the Pahokte Blue D -\'io- extra point was will ..
from North Glades District: wouli ,'for will be start vi distribution of
; consumer use product.- of the
rhalkvd a fairly easy 27 to 0 In tat last" few sec:>n up attend the Annual It'E'tingBan- i within a short time, if the tate
victory over the Stuart Tigers at' gam. Halfback Huston Connell Best Foods. Inc.. in Florida an.t 1
and federal vetnnvnts! and Florida -
Strait Fri.lay'nin with thz aced 32 xads!: tot the final te>uch- quet of the Gulf Stream Council I South Georgia was announce'
vegetable and ship-
Pahoke- line holding the Tigers at doAn and Stai:leHo,.k- plunged: Boy Scouts of America to be held: pers d-termme growers who is to tot t:-:ehills. here this week by Palmer \\'.

a standstill rno-t of the game tnrouj: Uw line fur the extra at the Holy Trinity Parish Hall inWe.t Schade. Vice-President in chars

The Blue Devils broke loose in point. Palm Beach. Morday. Noember L:Monte Graw. manager of tV of the nithern region. The e'p->-
the second matter when Quarterback I, - -. \" IT. 19J7 at o: :00 p. m.Mr. Florida Vegetable Committee -.tjoJ
ration replaces a distributors.--
Frank Gillis intercepted a i :Moberff To Continue Lively stated that a most I negotiations have been opened ;

Stuart pas and cairied the b:1.l11 unusual: and attractive pro:ral.I'' with representatives of the federal arrangement recently terminated

down to the Tiger's R Three play "Holy Ghost" Series had been developed for all Scoi.t government to institute research At the same time. Schade announced -

later HalfUuk Julian Snvde.-: : ,I and Cub Leaders The main ftM- into all aspects of Floridaesr>'- the appointment of T. A,
bucked the line fim tie 2 for th- Th! third of the ,,eiit.s of serm tine will I.>e two talk; bv Dr Gun- table marketing Particular attention Doyle. Florida District Manager.

touchdown and Joe Kent Carr ons. -The lots Gh >t". will !>,* nat I1.-ig. Dean of the Scout Kx '- he said, wilt be gix-n to consumer to supervise the branch office up-
Sundav at ti *
kicked the extra point. preached morning c-uti\es School" in New Jersey. Dr. packaging methods and 1'1'.1 (rations
Church of Pahokoe
Later in the game the Tiger* Fust Baptist Berg who is a taUnted howman cedure. Headquarters are being established -

hurriedly tried to kick out of by the pastor I eC, A. MoberzTr.e will talk to Scout and Cub masters "Paul Dickman. Ruskin chairman at Jal'komnlll' Branch offices

Linger on their one yard line and :' speaker" believes this to be they at 5:OJ p. m. and again to all of the FCC and of the Florid and distribution points ar1

the Kill went out of bound on the y' di-jw: .n=ation of the Holy Ghos: council Officers following. Ban VeVgetable Prepackasrms Counci' :o'a1.'<.Ilthami., Tampa.Vest

Stuart 9. Snyder again scored, .i whose advent on the day of Pentecost quet. Other features of the elaborate has been instrumental in negotiating Palm Beach Orlando Daytona

trotting across from the 5, and"arr marked the beginning; of this: program include Discussionsfor :; with stat officials and repretentative Beach and Savannah

< tossed; a pass to Sonny Phillips period. and will terminateith tV all District Officers lead bv of the U. S, Departmentof t

for- the point. The Blue Devils (coming of Chn-t for His church Scout Executives from six Florid Agriculture to obtain funds to -

One of the signs mentioned in th. Councils., A. Dobson of Atlant.;., begin laboratory and field experiments -

Bible as to the era just prior to well known as a public peakei. in prepacking this st'ason".

I the withdrawal of the Holv Ghostis will also be on the program Th Craw said'

Classified Ads i the feverish program: of Churchimty local District officers will attend He pointed out that Florid! Prince Theatre

minus the Holy Ghost with this meeting and will be installedin :; growers hope to obtain part ot

'little demonstration of Bible a ceremony clImaxingthe meetmg. necessary finances through fi; .
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SK1TKJ tanks and grease traps Christianity. This we see to federal Hopt'-Flannaga:1 act f..r Pahokce Florida

cleaned and repaired. Phone Pentecostal power is the reed a\I .-.- marketing:; research He added LI '

2872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. :Ml"c the hour. At the night service National Park To Florida legislature in 1947 appropriated Sun -lun.. :November" t 6-t ';

-- -- ------ pastor will. thanks to the requestand funds to l... Used through

roil ISKXT: South '_ Section 11, desire that has come to his a*- I I! Be Big AttractionTo the University of Florida to match

ej::! acres I I. at Sand Cut. Phone ]I tention. will preach on. "Th. Boon I federal money advanced for pro I II TIIe till cuTusT TiiD W iEfy/ aeuY e's..'

nsi. jute1 Called the Blbl. ." He will tell hiV Nation's TouristsMIAMI I jects of this tYI1t' C'.>ntrihllt: n- i

it -ho'iM l be !studied and why. Tii'il. > I I I I "f r-at.*nal and -quipmert will iimade .
1'O1: x\LK:: New Willy Jeep
: The value of Everglades and of
I'- unusual musical ptograris bv shipper suppliers
Walter Ashley Garage in Beh j I will again lm the order of the day I National Park a:: a tourist the Florida vegetable crop if stab
Glades Phone 126. Jllc'i !t ., I
A most cordial invitation is extended i attraction for Miami and South and federal 1 funds for ie-e.u i a:
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XX'.\VTKI): Part time bookkeeper to all interested to attend !I. Klotida. is clearly evidenced bv i made axailihle .

and stenographer for the .sea" Last Sunday'1brintrmii out ti',* i, National I'ark Service report Negotiations for the pro i t h:ix-

son Box 3<).. Canal Point. Fla. chairs to accommodate the ovei- '.\hit h show that an average; of i i been undertaken by [Wkff.tl1:

Oct. 3ch-tf flow" was a welcome sisrht: 11.(0.0 pt'ro,Ilo'isitE'd: each of '' Graw. J.iffie David FVC .ion -

- - -- -.- - I the existing 27 national parks during mist. for the Florida V,'gft.ibl,

t\TWiI.\Ut: : ; :> House of Beauty. Guard I t"e 11-month jn-riod enihii j Pr"pa"kaing: Council Har. ,1'dM

Shampoo: and Fmg.rI-'. National i Ft.r teirher I. IP 17. [>\\' '\'. director of Florida! :ii' P1*GV Eft V&s*n m

51.2.and: :SI.50. Distinctive Perm I Extends ActivitiesTo ; The total number of visitors tall .'!> I cultural' experiment station*. :red
I 27 of the parks combined during of the marketing:
a n e n t \\ ..I'ingI.lnkuring-, I I representatives! : 1
West FloridaST :22.: .",'IOOO,) t'- t" S D.partment .
thin period was > research branch of the -
Phone J.J92! Canal I i b p -
>" on- of Agriculture -
Oct. 3ch-tf TI E With t1"Flonia I
ST \ .
The Crest" Smoky :Mountain National : --- ---- eSL6lNN 1&N6AN XUt *L 1is +tI
Nation: Guard xtnedin i
lOi: XM.K:: 5 cubic ft. large r-*-I Park. which is consider "i
its a:utnit.einto the western section I : Powers To Judge i _
fnger.itor. See Claude Padget more as a highway attraction thanan : I II
Pahokee. Fla. tie of the state Brig Gt'n. :MiiW I! actual park. led the list with :j Tangerine Contest: I
Lance. state adjutant :serrrt'.
Hanier had
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roll S.\1.1:: R.H d l sued Iio\al typwrite *- reports that h eis reassured that I! T23.17is>r to take sewn.lplace. ; For 1947 Queen ,

'-. Sin fin, C A. Bailey. Me military organization will .

Phone 70. Belle Glade Nov 27,- real h its quota of 1.2GO new recruits I Yellowstone, bv far the largos I XX'INTFU HAVEN ,l"hP..'h- '

aiefore N< -mber lt., 11: I Pour head of the Powers Moo:
of the national parkcounte ,
FUII.t:: HMO International lAg-. N.' York and rceorni7 '
last day! of a tw?-month campaign *>,O.'I victors and P.oekyloul1- n.m' w
truck flat liody.Limitx Belle Glad ; tain Park. 791.80.. Shenandoahhad I ..d as a leading authority on

'r Company ItpI In the first five weeks of the 730.S73: Yosemite 731.W and feminine Ivautx.. will l.e a fudge.of still
drive that began .l't..IJ1I""r In. the 19t7 Flnl' .l.t T.incerm. Q1Cllnt.t \. . ;
'OK >.\I.r.: Porcelain lined cat' Grand Canyon 542.907. I
Guard hi- being: sponsored" b% tripPinter
the Florida! National
The entrance to the r.evKverclides
iron pie-war hath tub good is II
";;,. \ Haven Junior Chamber >fCommerce
enrolled ; ne wmon giving it t:1' :
N'ational Park whKM:
nov:, trim miln.ioil! Also :21 x 30 : I
strength of 2.-1)3.; will ln dedicated !byPresident on Sunday. Nov>null1l a&'iJijJ I
ink in good condition T. II. Ab- formally
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Tampa unit- continued to levlthe I Barry S. Truman n* at C\pre Ginlens it Wa n
b > Birfield! Highway Itch
j. I .'edarl l this we.k 1 hT 1-1
I state in the competitive contest Everglades City: December 4;. is noun >

TUXIIKMI I HtMdquoiters! Battery of tit through Miami at the present \Valk.r Jaycee presidentIn

: ** IIXKIIKK: xllOP I llfith }-'it.ldrtlll'n' rank fir:t I t'me :t telephone consort .it., nearly '

at the Sign .>f the Barber Pole I with 57 t'rlistn1l'nts' and Battery The only road bv which motorists this wt'.k from New Y ,K ,

final Point Florida B of the llrtth ranks second wIt i may jvnetrate into the parK{ Powers accepted a special :1't: N
-- --- r the first unit turn w hick had tM.ten ,'\tend.-i 1 -
The latter
--- - >3 was 27
territory is State Road No '-
\!ut'n.: t: 1.1)1from ten to in Florid to reach 11'11) per cent fft)11If1ami through Homestead. him bv the Winter Haven J.<\"< ....- :;J4 :\\.; \ )

txxtntxjear' -., on unproved farm He wall fly to Florida on at unlay. ", .
and FloridCity to the town of
lam and cattle inches C. ABailev. ." bx Miss va
: November ', accompanied ,
C of the 217th; Airnvilr' Flamingo on Camp Sabl'. The distance I. .,
Phone 70. Belle Glade Uc Peggy Shannon top-flight Poxxeumodel "J(
S,T\' ce Group in Jack- \ from Miami to Flamingo: :. ... ,

"OK: s.xi.K: Grand puno Phone tanks third with 43 enlistment 7f miles with about 3.;) miles of th- and fashion feature writs \ .'i. I
who ,- r
for Xt.York newspapers ,
Pahokee 20S1 Itc The state campaign is I> 'ir4 railway traversing the park area Iiir
I I conducted in <,onjunt'tlon'Iith the -------- will also serve as a judge Walker I ;: .

.'UI: s.\.K: Complete Grocery and : nationwide program during whi:Tit Class Plans For stated I :::: ..;
an.1h -
Both Powers >s +r
1t'atlarkl.t Equipment $1750 13 expected to swell the ranks I ___
Call '*31 or Fred Hickerson. Canal -I ofth eNational Guard of the United Christmas Party xxere judges at last sTangerine .. : /
content which attracted .I.K.
Po'nt. Fla tf States by J>*,s"S men I Queen
Members of ;;;;Philithea C1tSQ.1 the largest number of I II
-- girL ever to compel in a beauty
First Baptist Sundav school male Florida I GREYHOUND FARES
AJ-ru__ plans for their annual Christmas content in '
The luckxgirl who is selected I Remain Amazingly Low ,
party at the November meetinTheld a.s the 1947 Tangerine Queen will I

From-where- sit' bJ'J oeMarsh' at the home of Mrs HomerJ b.* nationally in newsreels -
... publicized
; Clause on Thursdav evening of I newspapers and magazine I Orland... Fla $:!.SOOrala.
r I li!'week The party will N hell through a pictorial campaign .!.- i I Fla $". If)

at the Fellowship! : Hill on the signed to help promote FlondV t
Ta1lahaee.I'1!! :(. $' .20Vst
Prissy's Got a Man night 'f Dr 1.. valuable tangerine crop She will i

i \ \otioral program on receive a (-

( ) "Tharksjnvinc3jt: pre.-ente ,, Maybe I I II. Miami. Fla. $1 1t
M:!'- Khzabeth Carawav MM irp Bond: a new Jantzen swim ,

\"'!ley T'llis: pf'Plidt'nt. pre! i
Yf terday Sis Martin our 11about: Tolerance of a huhand ....I.In..sa; Mr C n Starling i oIrt"O"! Ont rsembl..' designer! by I

irarian. found an article rut from taste for old hats old pipes'', old .! WlS :n barge .>f the' erTtrtai"- Laura O Dr.n.n; r.f Miami Tampa.; .:

their file cop of the larion. \\hen friends, and mellow ht't'r.nd tol ,,.,!,t The rort "t is ripen to all sing;! $1 -.'I
I :'t'Irinr. r la. _
.he compared it with another ... Flor .ia between the ages '* ;
(01'1ranct' on the hubind"part of aifeV Th. ho! s was: assisted bv Ms : girl

hat 1 gale. her vhe found it woa" < my '" ta..te* and hahitc.column Rt7.rnnn.! ("trlth'rin the senngf 16 and 2J who p. .rss' r harm. per, ; \V.ntr Haven. Fla. $:!."

on "How to Keep a lIus- I ? a 4alt.! r otirjw' to Mr IIr) a-, .I "o"'tlt\1: f..:*.. nr.l -'itx. fo"-
From where I sit, r.obojbe- : ,,, t ;:(:'usMl'iFla!: .
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lund I..ppy.. frw.r. Mr A C' Sin t., Mr I i ;.' : : : ':
Crui:':iPrissy; tai.r.>: that! ('hpi .' .
Park K*. n Mr W:lev' Tills MV .-
Noig: i urn-ial ab ut th3t Fcring from the T/ar.on. But IM lake . .
\ XV <= :..fvMv p W y-- : + t' T T.. PC IXTP 4 S..l..w
Sept the List p< rson seen rea.::nc t>' hint that if hed just su"nrnV.heM ., P.rf T,,D r- ....
MI: : I. Pi'kM-< S
the paper wa Pray, Ho";kir.s (our get my th'udts i'n t,.terance ,
R "v-rt.'" \T-s R P. Hlers '
town's pr.\irb.al Old Maid ) frsthand.nJ ;n return I'll treat GREYHOUND BUS STATION
M'f B Stir'g Mr C 1:
11'iIU if l'n...\ has finally! got a her; to a a11sa cf beer. X\Vv -t 'J- Mrs XV l'n CHILLS ft: FEVER

:n..n. mire poser to h.'r. \nd more _.> .. i'. 1 M ss! ('arauay MALARIA ( .trtrr-ieir Iruglore
/ DUE TO !1' tPage
'olt-ranre to both of them . beau qri ,, -.------ : i' al
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: "c th,&'* -hat my column -* / MH ".:-r Lint of \\ -r.,." !

V VI i.' X. t' :was a gist t' : ,.' s
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November 14, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Page Five

we contact Mr J. 1:. Biker whorepiesor.t ilis Ca :.1. Meredith
Belle Glade PTA Health Group Cites Lions Hear Talks I : is a pitiet -
i :i: vv a"! C" ar.tyConines' at Giod Samaritan: Hospitalin

: ,: ne: Mi: Pal Raid':: tn Anent Pan-Am Clubs j V.'est Palm Beach r.tis week

City County Civic Cooperation In I this;; a'c'.i.y", then contacted< Mr I --.------,-
Baker. A has : :-.
no a most comp-i env Pahokee Lions at their Tuesdayu.ncheon : I Mrs Charlotte Rpke haa: *

Remedying School Drainage Problem sire knowledge;: of our drairaje; meeting heard report on guests this: :: week her parent.D..-.

prc'bleand whose competent the recent international conferenceof #, and MrSilx! '. r ,-f \IlTYl.tn.L. l
assistant ha- gone a Ions way !
At the legular monthly meetingof t !ugh; all the way to the big; toward getting our work organized Pan-American Clubs in Miami I
I by High School students -
and accomplished. He
the Belle Glade Parent-Teach- pumps in order that the flow of explained I
the situation to Mr.: Margaret: Powell. xxh> a'- !
Rardin. why
tr As-.,<'i.ttion; th- following paper drainage be continuous and unin:-
was nail l>v Mrs.: Roscoe Braddock : t'rrupted.Yhen this great need: also Lonsidred it an emergency. tended the conference under t"
sponsorship:: of the Lions Club. and
th.1 nult
chairman of the health committee j was explained to Mayor Ll! yJ. he |I I"a, that the count v by Frank Rozelle. Jr.
: rtu'n ;;*nt: dragline trucks and was
( f the : immediately pledged ms -
> group ,
sponsored by the Rotary Clab. Tli '
1'f nit" 1 hi\e been !
"I have written thidrainage report and went to work with everyI constantlyit
lx>cau<*' I was afraid that 1 I facility at his 00 r.1:1a.r1.< in an et- ".t' ik al"::g the way getting speakers were introduced by Rex
these dit.lies C. T. Hoxxet- program chairman
night inadvertently omit some important i| fort to clean up this conditionU'hen cleaned and the
J. :\1. Klliott announced that tn-
[ water off the
item and I certainly want w e ad iv:<.i.d ruin that the ] school si ouncSI Florida Power and Light
is due 'I :I IDidn't anybody have to wade inhere Companvis
to credit where credit I
give srea-e traps were already overflowing I .
| tonight, did ? cooperating with the chin In t >
for there has been some big work they
on the school yard. anJ
I II sponsorship of a I'miniunt
done for this school lately. that parents were fearful of ac- I good many obstacles appea Christmas decoration v.int.
ed. after
one another.
to slow us
"It's grand, to live in a town '! ("Uiiiiilited water wn: the packinghouses clown. but we had a combination Plans were made to send lix vi'

where the pmt of cooperation Is '' should begin adding i'i that is hard to beat. In additbn delegates to the Lions Zone meeting -

an actual fact. and not just a their volume to the already fines i I to the city and county talent. Dr. at the Clexxi ton Inn :sunday.

phrae. Such cooperation as we ditch he and the other Commis-I Alh-on. of Nov.," 16. at 2 p. m.
the Experiment Statun. -
have had in the past two weeks sioners decided that quick action I| whoso wise counsel and activ?: J. Edward Thompson who -s :associated Today's Traffic Demands
can achieve any goal. I have been: was needed to preserve the health j with the Everglades Insurance .
cooperation did so much to assist
amazed at the might force ->- :'of the children and of the city; I us. advises that the Kxpenmer.t Agency, was introduced asa I CONCRETE ROADS

ned in the combined efforts of whereupon they employed an additional new member by Frank RozeKePr. : .
Station, with the consent and CJlop'ration -
the citizens of Belle Glade in the '. dragline and furnished: i j I of the Conservancy Di.;- .. district deputy nn'mnr. Ms /CONCRETE," : has the stamina -
interest of their school. City, Coun- crew of workers to expedite th J Rozelle urged all club member- *
tru t. plans to designate the schoo; I to carry heavy
ty and State officials have coop- drainage of these schoolgrounds and other accidents to participate ,
I traffic after
ditch as one of their testing x car rear at lowannuacost.lt.s
i rated to the fullest extent for the ;, A large part of this drainage ;i the lefemndum election for t-: i -
ditches for the spraying of chemical" the
health of our school children and work was not in the city limits 7ronosed 1 new hospital building on best buy
in an effort to keep down thegrass |
of this entire community. I I'e, conferred with Mr. Jeffries Dec. 2.J1is. for jour tax money.
and weeds
that grow so |
"In order to forestall a po..;sib'e Manager: of the South Florida Con- i
1 rapidly and which tend to choke ---- -
condi- District who advise j Ask
recurrance of a deplorable -ervancy your
the flow of water. This will be a i!
tion which prevailed on the school that the District' was unable to j I iI : .
great service to the school. j Lived Hundley entertained
ground not so long agoI refer to assist in cleaning out these ditche*, |1 I 1Vednestay afternoon with a littl public officials for
A No Mr: Jeffne while he eonib 5 .
i due taken at the last
to action
the flooding of the playground by I : an *
tor her \ .
party sm. Yaynt'.t.
and landowners at whichI pot take over and clean tl1e<;'-j CONCRETE
septic tanks, grease traps, meeting who tea: celebrating hi't'ry firs! ROADS
I I ditches for use did everything in
rainsit was necessary to clean tim they voted to clean no lateral
!'ditches" of lack oft his power to assist! us In ail.lition. I ib'rthdax; armie'ry: The tin/
the ditch on a
out drainage alongside I tots! who were ;...:e.-ts includedVera :1 PORTLAND CEMENTASSOCIATION
the school ground, and follow fund Mr.: Jeffries suggest that' |the has contacted the officials of .1ina- Jaud-m Kirhy and Wally -
the FEC I ail'aby letter with I
i Mole John Brnnett Cruthir.'.
--- reference to deepening their ditch 401 Hurt Building, Atlanta 3,
I Georgia
underneath I the railroad bndg". Rfbe-t arl B.lly Bol(-. 1 1vvvv

allow a drop of a footor

more In-low! the present le\el I "
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Th ditrh are cleaned from tosochonigroirnd !, ::: Office Machine Headquarters :;Y:

Southern Bellis to the iceplant to Il1z v

pumps in .n.' direction and.i : 4: I'nderu'c><>tl TypewritersMimMranil ><;
the ff fiall fieM to the main elite : 1 I.> adding :3lacilil1e'x..

in the ..ti: -r direction. The 'hn- I I I. : 3Iarchant CaIl'uIatinlal'hilll': }:

Going All Out to grounds are dry And it didi't A" A. I'>. Dick :Mimeographs .
cost the PT.or. dime. Xo" onperson Elliott Aildre.:,o (;Iraph> 'V.i

is responsible' but oi- | 't,7 F & E Check Writer 4r.

word canxpIiin it : Cooperation'Mr ".#'0 ...

Improve and Expand : Roscoe Braddot: I I .;:; HALSEY & GRIFFITH IXC.
Chairman: Health Conmittee -- I -:.. Phone '_'-:;8"t: P-iIm Beach ). .
Belle Glide PTA
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Your Local and :

Shirley Kincnid

Has Birthday

Long Distance Service Shirlt" .y Kintaid celebrated her Shrubs and Trees

-xth buthdtvnniersir> at a

I party given recently by her mot'- I

.\ t to. (' er Mr G F. ( BIll l'incai'i. .n M.L VAKIimns:: KHTAIL

the xxoman'clul house.T'e I .

.... h .us was assisted bv h,'-
tl Auth ri/ed i Sale> and Service
..' sister Mra Kills O Murphy and
I.r : I
b>' .:'oIl s. B..jd Vorhtt in the sera'
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,, \ I .-jr of refrerhn'et" to Jill McI"tvain -

I Donna Da'is.'Hlit' Veal I HAM LAWN MOWERS I I'I II
The lItton, B..yd l VoiheesJr .

r : -Mr I J >hrnv It.mi"TI.Go>nE'\'a Godv:: -. |I

,. .rU ; i Antionette Santo Janet Sp n>ne''. t| ISLAM) LA \fSAPE CO.
I Karl XVat-on Cindy Fn.-id, ST: : :- i ir
i :y .:t ott. Judy CunninghKiXan 'I
I Min Southern Hlvd. Wet Palm Beach
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"v Thoiia*. Judy! Murphy: J >--x

r" Alderman. Walter lay and Dwidj I, -

Fountain. Jinn.y :'Maxwell CathvWilw I d dI

; Trop Alderman. Judy art' I I II I

I Ri.:.ard S-.av :if -rd ar.J Sand, i .
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National Guard Toj
i IIHlmht'r
Propro1: .boomthroughout: the South j l'u-Mini the j I Reach Its Quota

of l local am! loii;, .li-I.lUn' call- handled.nIi
i ST AfOl'STiNK: With tw .
clay. to a new at l-tini.' limli.Purinj new un.ts <>f the! Florida ='"'ati..tnL A Servant of the Glades

Gnarl readxl., activated, tail
: the j'a-t tt'oear- Southern hell lulirokriiall .. j
xxeek it t-" expected that' ti I

r.4.ord-ilui'r', ill;: and expanding; fa,'ihtic- to meet tat- ::::!lit.irk -.rjiar.izat.on A ;': To :Miami

j reach! its qiiitta of 1.:':;'> f'nh.- 4 Buses
thi-* incrc.ledolunie of r.lllIn -o!'iir ..mmiiiutictlif ..
I ment bf ire: the: rlo-e ni .\ re,'r To West Palm Reach
j jolt l i imore. diili iilt than in other-<< M i-n. additional ing campaign which f'nd50:0, -

her 16. according; to Brig Gr. Daily To I't =MJITH & Lakeland
-\ it,'hlioardniut !he 1II"lIuf..llIr..1! and m-tall- I .
Mark: \%. Lance state adjuant c -,-

,'.1.! Soiiitinie neu luuldiu.:::: rnll" !l'. n'nlnl'h',1. erdi!

I-. !-e .Xth .Wfk r,! t-1\- '. >
t > entire i iin 11I.rt. Iiiii \Vrare . Glades Motor Lines Inc.SERVIN
ur telephone tram j pit :: :7-; "-. tare enrolled! Ir.--*: .

doing; "\fr\tlimu::: huiiianlx 1"'uil.I.j to I'.I up -'a-I..cn : \ -

and iniproxr ,. xour tele1'honc'rt i. s'-i.: -.*d. 1'tli.e'nr\} t I T-':-:; !1.\'*>-= rly inj:: ...... >.... e-;- .. ; THE r.l.Friday. ;I.\PF- "

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Six The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday. November H, 1917

option to buy another section of I
Air ShowPlanned
RUTH WEDGWORTH land at a slightly lower figure.As Cinematic ChatterBy
I l I I For Nov. 15-16
a result of her quick thinkingand Tampa I Malcolm :Millar

relentless pursuit, the Wedg-

America No. 1 Woman Farmer worths were able to develop ani !I TAMPAA blanket invitationis II
There is a beautiful technicolor
farm the land in time for the 1934- extended all pilots and air enthusiasts
- tale of the turf to be screened a:
It's seldom that Ruth Wedg ability. She had early made it a 35 season. to attend the free Second the Prince this
I ::\Wedgworth's death in 193S Annual Tampa Air Maneuvers.sponsored coming SundayMonday. -
worth succumbs to an attack of habit to seek their advice on her The picture is "TheHome
was a crushing blow. Most of their by the Tampa Aero I :
When that and followtheir
the blues. happen farming problems to Stretch" and the stars are
acquaintances assumed the busi- Club! to be held at Peter O. Knight
she has a habit of leaving her of- recommendations. Other Cornel: Wilde and Maureen O'Har.i
ness would crash into bankruptcy.They field November 15 and 16. .
fice and walking over to one of her growers-and her county has | with Hele Walker James Gleaj on
knew how boldly he had Activities begin with a gala din-
large celery fields. There she fifteen who farm from 1.000 to and Margaret Bannerman.I .
gambled and assumed the businesswas ner and avist-on ball at the Tampa
talks to the workers. Thirty minutes 3,000 acres apiece-had a tendency believe you'll like it. and P1see !

or an hour later, she returnsto to let somebody else do the pio- too large and complex for her Terrace Saturday night. Sunday you at the movies Mai.
to handle.! how afternoon a 2JZ hour air show will
Ruth'edgworth ;
her office duties refreshed and neering work under actual field ---. -
crossed them She was be presented. Top notch performers -
ever up.
conditions. After her
ready for new problems."There's seeing success -
something fascinatingabout they invariably followed in determined to carry on just as sac including Woody Edmondson Truck Lines Seek

and her husband had of Lynchburg Va.; Karl Dunn.
celery growing", she en- her footsteps. 10 Pct. Rate Increase
thuses.Vht'never I'm blue and Ruth'edgworth commands the How well she has succeeded :s Wilmington. N. C.: Betty Skelton

revealed the of and Don Thompson of Tampa:
by testimony growers
discouraged I can get fresh inspiration respect of her fellow growers. F.
ORLANDO Six truck lines
and government experts alike.A Kim Scribner. :Miami: : and Ruth I op
by visiting the fields. Emory Sharpe of Bradenton one
she is Kind of Richmond. Va.. will be on crating common carriers in
long-range planner, pre-
Perhaps it's because there are so of the larger shippers, recalls her Florida have filed wit
for hand to entertain the crowd with a request
problems associated with early struggles."We every emergency.Typical
many the Florida Railroad and Puhli
thrilling acts. In addition to
of her '
celery culture, and I get relieffrom watched her face the many preparedness pr-- Utilities Commission for permission -
"thrills" there will be
gram is a recent incident. An extremely drop dustingand
my personal problems by I complex problems in the business." heavy rain had! flooded! spraying demonstrations designed to establish a 10 per cent increase -

fighting" those affecting my cei- he reminisced. "Frankly it seemedto and ruined most of the nearby to show farmers and citrus in intrastate freight i rate

cry. all of us an impossible task for crops. The Wedgworth farm was rowers the advantages of "Flyirg at a meeting of the commissioi

An unusual remedy? Yeas but this little woman to carry on wit Farmers." held here last: week.
an exception. A disgruntled neighbor
then Ruth Wedgworth is an unusual the big business and the three -- -.- Testifying before the commission -
commented: "::\Iy, but aren'tvon
person. years ago small chiJdrE'n."e saw her gra 1" lucky" ? She nodded but said As long as some people have the truck lines representativessaid

she was a modest little housewife ually become a master; scientific nothing. She could have told him enough to eat they are satisfied that mounting labor and supply -

keeping house for her husband. Ho farmer and transmit her hu"band'; with conditions as they are. costs made the increase nece
of financial sacrifices she
was working as associate plant pa- : plans into actuality.> watchecher sary. Firms seeking the increasincluded ?
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to handle precisely the situ- ---- .
thologist at the Everglades Experiment become one of Florida's greatest Great Southern Trucking
ation.: For one thing. her expensive Mrs. I. E. Hamilton ..
Station near Belle) Glad"'j producers of vegetables."She planto Company.: iVntral Truck line .
facilities will pump off aneightinch I leave this weekend for visit with: ,
Florida. In M 33 he a Inf.. TamianM: Trail Tours. Inc.
has mad.all Florida proulof
fiosition. Together the Wedg- her." he continued.Ruth rain in less than 14 her son-in-law and daughter. :Mr.: Hunt Truck: LinOverso'as, Trar"--

w+rths pioneered in celery grow- hours. I :-.nd :Mrs.: Albert Anders, m Gaine port.it'.o'i: <.'otupananll Foet.Botheis .
Wedgwoith cnce knew It's taken work. thought an-i i
ing in the ':Six :Mile: Bend" are ville. Transfer Company
about as much about the complexities perseverance to rise to the statusof I
near Belle Olade. It was all doneon
of growing, packing an-! America's. foremost vegetab1grower -* !
a shoestring.
shipping vegetables as the average feminine das. Fmr.i: .

Today? \\'tlltrs.:: Wedgworthis I Hollywood tat kt. She was a sta- the :Market: Growers Journal., : Phone FREE PARKINGinin !tl1C :

i regarded a. one of Florida'smost (>nt at :Michigan: State College Louisville i Ky.Growers i IMWX TOWS

successful business peoplo.She's I when she met Herman H.'edg- i i
fill with ;aMilin and !'arl.11 l> If You I.iUe '
lp ( .
going it alone for her husband :; doing ------ --- I II a>
woith. a young :Mississippian: -

died in 193S following fatalinjuries graduate study. The two me;: UrgedTo I I SINCLAIR STATION LU BRANCH
suffered in their pn'-roOl-1 I
over a chemistry bench and Have Their Claims West Palm Beach FlorldOI'P" sit'- :\tnntJon1l'ry'a'i.lOlive
ing plant. It was a stunning blow, nromptlv fell in love. He broughtthe i at First
but ::\t."i iw rth shook off thadvice -*
little "Yankee" back totis":: Originate In State I
of w'l ftiends.Instead iI
psippi with him as his bride. Sh-1 -
of ..wm.I.ung the bus.- i
and the children later accompaniedhim ORLANDO Florida grow.-- .
ness and returning totiChigan,1:: j i
to Cornell University "ml then and shippers were urged this w,-ek !
she tackled a tough assignment.The .
lown to Belle Glade.Etergladc by :Marvin: O. Watts, president ,i! j

huge farm was burdened with ('ndt>\eloped! Traffic :Management: : Inc.. to originate .

mortgages. There were several II j, The Everglades:' at that tim? I II in Florida, instead of through i JEBEX
government loans to j II
m'et'l I were raw and undeveloped. Farming northern representatives the
Uncle Farr or course, wanted to j
1' was and still is beset with claims for transportation losses in
his interest. Unfortunately I
problems of a type unknown ti fruit and vegetable movements.
the assigned to that job DRIVEINFOR
agent other areas. Heavy rains flood the Watts, speaking before the Orlando I
thorn in the flesh officious
was a
farms. Expensive machinery is Chamber of Commerce, sail j
and bumbling. She hired a lawyerto
needed to pump off the surplus Florida shippers pay approximately -
out the involved con-
straighten water. Sometimes the muck is $400 per car freight on each of TASTY
ditions around the estate.
dangling fired and the smoke damages the the nearly 265.000 cars of fresl

That, too was an unfortunate crops. And fifteen years ago. fruit and produce shipped from the
move for his actions could most BARBCUEProperly
markets were uncertain. No warn- state each year.
charitably be described as over-
ing service existed to inform "While railroads and other carriers -
zealous. Eventually trs.Vt>dg-
: of fast approachingfreezes. are highly cooperative in reimbursement
worth straightened out theestate's to shippers for losssor I Cooktd and Seasoned. You'll Thoroughly

account with the government But the Wedgworth saw real damage, and for inadvertentrate I Enjoy A Sandwich Here.
settled her legal difficulties,
possibilities in the bogs. Others overcharges, it has been determined -I

and ended some of her difficulties. claimed only a small portion of that the shsipper gets .: Cold Drinks and Good Coffee

Feminine Farmer I the great: muck lands! ('oulel'r bei larger percentage of return if his I

Today Ruth Wedgworlh is recognized i| used for farming, but the Wedg- claim originates in Florida, rather The next time you want an exceptionally jrood

int America's foremost worths thought differently. Scientific than at the hands of a commission I of You l
i sandwich-try one our-. are sure to ,v
feminine farmer. She is definitelybig ; findings at the station proved merchant or dealer in the north." dl'lihtl'tI.I.OLTFU.

business for she also operatesa vegetables could bo raised success Watts said.Inferior.

cooling plant, packing house and fully. So lIt'rman.dgworth cut1Mise .
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fertil'ser: fat tor '. During the past: his moorings; bought a small ) NEXT TO SNYDKK'S= CKOl'EICY;

growing: season 19H-4.'ii she'grew farm, and plunged l into celery pro Citrus ON Tin;: HKU.I: CLVDI; : ROAD

and shipped hundreds of carloads dui! tion. Skeptics croaked warn- Shunned By BuversORLANDO
of vegetables for both d ,-
ingshen they planted cigh'yacres :

mestic and lendlease purposes. Her of celery the fiat year.
Housewives and
farm covers 1.MV7 acres part of When lO-ineh rain flooded th !
a ., '
it ]wing rented out. Her "\'ictoryganl.'n" section and ruined the crop t''eolcworths ,., it's housewife who buy* in t :
of budget r.t
clays balancing are
production averages three \\ suffered a bad hreak.
happy about the quality of FlnrI'1:
to four hundred acres of potatoes Kick, however and
They came
citrus as it reaches them in t.. '
175 .
acres of celery; and about f 0i' kept fighting. The next year they market.This .

acres tn cabbage. escaroKpea-.. .l kl of and Ire
I'.a a go. crop celery .
t situation in the wor-l :
(corn sugar cane and the p.islute pot-it OPS an.l received fairly: good ,
B. Weathers.. Jr.. devel.ip.-r >' ThanksgivingTurkey
for cattle.Visit (
prices, so they were off to ucces Ph..no.J'r a. a ('it nl"-pT.\.1 \ ..

her farm during: the grow- I The t'.v i formed an ideal part and odor eountrr-artant. hat: "-

ing :.ea..on and you'll find it a I nership. He vas brilliant but im- come intensified in nor> *.

Ive-hive of activity. The immense j petuous a dreamer and a plunger markets since the ('nll..f i e. :-.1.-.:

packing and pre-< oiling plant is She was the halirv-e: wheel. He prices and a wartime tln.o:

humming with .ictivity a* more I dreamed of a great agriculturalempire ; : which forced the discerning 1 h< "':.- -

thai C,*> men :and women are keptbusv covering thousands of wife overlook Inft'rnr q-.ial.'v t

unloading Rr.\dre. washing;: I here.. She made the arrangement+ fruits because of heavy ii.r.- : 'I'O DAYVe're

packirg. cooling and loading the I f,>r loans took care of the children I for them

vegetables! into rail road cars <-." and met the pa .,..'lL I "We must return tstcr I--!

trtu-ks for mark ts in all part.- of The ex-housewife proved to tvclever : 'I that reflect q-alty: and! t ::'.1 :: : \ have of
to plenty turkeysthis
the country.: Long: distance! call and rf'mr..fui.'ht'n theybought will through brand r..tmt:: I' t' ;

from northern buyers keep the a large farm in 1931. it an ;assurance to Th.Weathers .- r. . ,.. : year, hut. hy ordenvif; early you!

phone j.inplirc. thousand pro'oItms was her initiative and energy this I _id. "al.-'. a.1 ':':- .
assured of the <'\a"f! si/e
I are : you
demandistant action. Lone
tr.ade.t: possible. In ord-'r to complete t'qu.tl1lmpurtant. t'ty .:.- ::- .; -

trainload of refrigerated!' e.+r- ( the deal she became a fem- ( fnr.t r--* b.- pr"p--r; pr' '". want.

tytSttabes: with toot "11Y": :.-r.e: Sherlock Holmes bv tnekinjrn. I .-.! against de axs,' tri': .t ,

t'Tind to the dinner: tableif .- of the owners a'.l th. w
.\m'-'u-i \.1 l !"' foreign rt t' "" \r Lake; '.,- :- : t.-r pr+rerly pre.rv"-1 1I

well. :Ittn He .iodfied her Th.r.ic.., -.. : .
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Mrs Wedjrworth :s the cal.tt for it wa-= his :nti.t': r. to r-Tr.air! I
I Natr. nai: J' V.-. ..-
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center of This ternat' of action. concealed until th. npi;"'n'.* Tri;

Walk into her 'ffiee in Ile11rGlades I limit had expired T},e ,!:1'..ne! '_ will: re( "--.V': iw.t't-: : 3".. UPTHEGROVEMARKET
'. -.
.i th A&P F"-5! :St rj -
iquirt little city near woman finally (','rn..ro'.1 '. ; : >r-\ ..
'f rrze- f r- -: West Palm Beach an.l "" 11'11 find late one night securer ar : ,
1 . A ". ". F: -
r-rait. i": : ra :
her cool! and ,"'I.d.maU ate ? e t"uy at her pr:,-**. hur.ted -.; tros ar.d trJ': 9r., ., ., ,. ,

slender, she make her decision notarxpuWu-. and was <'. her wn-

and makes them stick. home before The oth - --_. -
with mt t
speed Dtrht.; ? .. -
O\er a? the nearby ep "nmcnTstation. owner had agreed t"t"1: : .1f "" :1:.: t... t.T ;.:..-

Pr I: V Alston :\:1o'c rise-er i.gge-ted and s. ". .. .\ :: -', t"" : : "

aides: :::"'\\ a r..4h: regard .' .r trr .: ..r.5; '' .4-- A :' - .. ... .'. ,- :. ," ," :.

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I of the most serious traffic accident problems unquestionably
is the pedestrian says State Motor Vehicle Commis
sioner George H. Asbell.

i Of 641 motor traffic fatalities during the last complete year
I 195, or 34%, were pedestrians, a higher death rate in that
: classification than was shown in the previous year's record.

., At least 159 more people will be killed by automobiles in
M MotorisfOBSERVE Florida this year during the fatal months of March, Aprilr.
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
j 'i'' you are a pedestrian. Cross at properly designated crossings.
! 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 the Associated: DalGei;
of Florid; tile Fiends Preii Auo-
elation,and the National l Co".erv.- COUNTY: COMMISSIONERFriday 1 I I :
ton Bureau n a nuttCc tarvTc* _


Eight The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Fr.cay. November 14, 1947

Pahokee Baptists I :Methodist Teachers Baby Devils :MakeIt i ; Juniors began marching: agaiT,

Hear A Splendid J :Meet With PastorA Five i StraightCoach from the Belle GI.1kt 1

the 3 whete Mizell went
Financial Report
meeting of teachers of tai: Garr-.son's : >::gh the line for the touca-

and the remained tied
All financial records of the First Canal Point Methodist Sunday junior high eleven made it I score
:! the fourth period when a
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomas Sullivan School at the parsonage Tuesday straight victories in a row b
Baptist Church of Pahokee up un- > Glade fumble was recovered:

til the year 1947 which closeeFPrternher of Pahokee announce the birtn night paved the way for continued feating the Belle Glade Pahokee on the Belle Glade ??.
of a son Donny. at the Everglades
30th. fell the growth in the coming year. The 20 to 13. at Belle Glade ball was then moved down tr
by wayside Memorial Hospital on XoIr. \". 7.
according; to the annual report :\ and Mrs. Benjamin F. Co"- services of several volunteers in night. This was a return 12: where Carney \\lJd"1"

of Treasurer C. A. BatchelorThe bett of Canal Point announce the teaching were included in th > Pahokee had previously a pass from Mizell: fo"
teachers' roll. N. V. Maxson is final and winning touchdown.
hard to believe' sum of $46-
birth of a daughter at the Ever- the! baby 1- :s. 7 to 6. in
<325.W5.; considering the size of the::? Memorial Superintendent of Children's Work ]] Jckie Thomasvho4'
glades Hospital on season's
(church was the! glowing report Nov. 9.Mr. through the Primary Department. Pahokee opener.started the Pahll"e t i\-e playing stood out in

presented to the church. In viewof 'Teachers in these departments include game, kicked the extra point.
and Mrs. Ellis
O. Murphy oi the first quarter; when the
the fact that the Baptist practice Mrs. James Miller Mrs. C. .
Pahokee announce the birth of a marched 43 yards to the
of "bringing in the tithes and L. Stuart. Mrs. D. L. Hooks Betts
son Patrick Randall at the Everglades Glade one where Bobby
offering," v.35 solely entered intu.prow's Ann Sears Mrs. X. E. Maxson. an-1
Memorial Hospital on halfback plunged across and Cobb-Chaney
htat God's I'ten and His Mrs. Repper. Teachers in other
Nov. 6.
t liam Mizell] kicked the extra
works when followed 1 J departments include Mary Helen
Only plan by
Belle Glade came back If Ruby Chaney and L. A.
His church. As a result two beau .-. -- i Hooks and Connie Pope. Junior
I the same quarter with Joe both of Pahokee. were mar
tiful CIII'IICH OF CHIIIST Department: W. T. Blair. Intermediates -
buildings fully equipped graci '
making two quick Valdosta.. Ga.. on Monday
the church The same SCIENTIST : Bill Johnson and Roy
property. 35 70 T. X. Holcumbee
running to yards re 27. with ,
Pope Young Peoples' Department;
will be used in the financing
ly. Ronnie Cameron of peace, officiating. Mr.
which A. R. Harrington and X. L. Garrison -
of the auditorium building ALS" is the subject of the Lesson- Men's Class. Teachers of th.oman's > the extra point after Reevels' Mrs. Cobb have returned from:
will shortly as tha
begin .
program scoring run. wedding trip and are now at
Sermon which will be read in \\ Class are being adjusted.
Lord and the people again
provides Churches of Christ Scientist. Another outcome of the meeting In the second quarter the home in Pahokee.
obey: HIP will. The church is e---
pecially thankful to the friends throughout the world on Sunday. was the making of plans for th-

Tne November 16. Christmas program to be held this
who contributed so generously.
other accomplishments) for th4 The Golden Text is: "He that year on Tuesday. Dec. 23. at 7OO.:

how commensurate !loveth his life shall lose it: and : It was announced that the Child
year figures j
I he that hateth his life in this ren's Division through the Pri-
with the above with an all time j
high of two hundred and thirty! world shall keen it unto life etern- mary may be able] to start holding j cIIj Ugees

eight average in the Sunday School al") John( 12:25: classes' in the new building before -

I Among the citations which con- completion of the entire striu--
attendance. splendid beginning -
tit the now year if continu i prise the Lesson-Sermon i i.,. the following !- ture. The roofing and stucco work \

from the Bible: "Thi i i is being finished this week. X. V.
will! mean even gn'a tt'f'ictof t-, i ILEA
shalt guide me with thy coun.se'. Maxson has put in several week:
just ahead. This thanksgiving:: season I i4k&
finds!' the Pahokee Baptist.! ? and afterward receive me to glory. of work on the cement and stucc'
I heaven but the- '.' I WAAt wc'r", :
and friends with heart of prai. Whom have in Donations: for labor in the pa! ?,e.

to their Heavenly Fatn
unto all. The pastor will I I desire beside thee ( Psalms: 73; : Miller. Thomas H."t'5t.. J. P.

2-1.251. and Mrs. Ella Upthegrove.A i
go to the state convention next ; Pope
The Lesson-Sermon also includes wiener roast in the barbecuepit
week in Orlando with a heart o '
the following passage from th behind the church brought t.-
victory thanks to the! privilege of .
like Chi btian Science textbook. "C :- gether many young married! folk;:
pa.->toting:: a group
minded. 1 ence and Health with Key to the for the November meeting of t:1":

---- r <::crirti.res": by Mary Baker Eddy: Young Married Fellowship. Host II

"The real man is spiritual and for the evening of fun were the:
See!- Site For Nine
immortal but the mortal and imperfect Roy Popes and the Leonard Max-

Million Dollar Plant I' .ao-called' 'children of men' sons. Others in attendance included -

ar. counterfeits from the !-egn-;::: Harlan and Angelea Sears Dodo .

TALLAHASSEE: Inquiries: t.s nig.; to be laid aside for the pur" and Lavinia Parker. Earl and ;:: Uat

reality. This mortal is put off. and Grace Maxson Bind and Cletu.
to possible! sites for a new $! i C. w.aaLFA
OOO kraft paper mill and ltOOO'-1 the new man or real man is put }land. Joe and "Bobbie" Edenfie'd. awir e' ."I rig, I

". on. in proportion as mortals: realize : Edwin and Evelyn} Dannelly. and
OOO.Of -';>r. fm luring: imlustrahave
the Science of man and seekthe Bill and Miriam Blair. The next I U
lit t'n turned over to Florid I i
true model") ((409:20): ) meeting of the group will be on
cities by the State Advertising
I the second Monday in December k : (
Commission. ---- ---- :: OttL6r4e
State Advertising commissioneRoq the 8th when the annual electionof el el'DepoSit

C. Beckman also announcedthat Florida Breeders officers will be held. Hosts for

he has issued a bulletin to Proud Of ResultsMIAMI the December meeting which will .

communities throughout: the stateon --- be: in the form of a Christmas
I : party will be: the Hands and the
of "two nationally
proposals : i The Florida Breeders ,.
know engineers" to buy a chemical Association is proudly displayinga Pete Hollons. "

manufacturing plant in Florida.All bright new feather in its cap. The woman's Society held a uuLK-- GlaSs

three inquiries he said came And small wonder when :you consider Study Group session in the churchon : o

as a result of the state's 500.000 the exploits of Charles A.O'Neil Thursday. The study. on "\\X N I

the People of the United Nations"! 'Dreuk
national advertising campaign.The .; Jr.'s CAO Jr.. a home-bred.!
commission' after checking the was led by Mrs. Frank Wilson.)
which won two of his three starts to
I The meeting began at 10 a. m.with .
of the iiquiries -
financial responsibility! this Fall in the East I
the for information a brief pause for a sandwich
relays requests I The :youngster is now stabled at

to cities towns transportation Hialeah awaiting the opening of luncheon.
-- -- -- -
and utility companies. the meeting on January 16.CAO .

---- I Jr. is. two-year-old brown Bible Class Has

Mrs. Jess M. Elliott has been ill colt bred by Carl Rose at nix Now On<< Sale
with the flu at her home on Canal i I I O( ala re..dingfaml.. He is by tne : I II

Point i Road the pat week. ,! Canadian stallion. Suffern. out of :1t-1
I A most inspiring and largely :
I J.l -intr.. a Jacopo mare. Suffein tended monthly business! meeting | All drt-:>-i'd up and going: places i i... \ Ullr purest:
CAO Jr. is
Was leased to Ro>e and

'II IJ" =- : '.' I.41: I i his fut "get" to win a race. .\pI was: the joy of the Pahokee I.'n.1 j jHible milk in a brand new container
Cisos.Iond.IY! night in Barr j
I I I I patently the youngster's success
tint Fellowship Hall. President
SOME: ARtlSTS 5A'11Hv Y !stems from his dam. Jacinth. Elsworth Keen presented th' I You'll join th(' dealers": hurrah of praise when you
which has produced! four fillies.all .
NAVE fO INSPIRED\ TO of them winners of races. Int'mht'rshlp1'e president. r. R. asK "for Alfar milk and get the new Ture-I'ak paper

00 THEIR WORK-- I'M'BEST Wmten. who led the group of s.mi .
j T.e combination of Suft'crn al.II I bottle.Alfar's.
AN'EMPTV I.1' thirty in a round table disoussior! !' !
INSPIRATION I 1 inth has produced a colt con- I
The ad.'pt.J An I!
group plan was
I s.derably larger and more rugg -1
old! I fashioned prayer meeting wi< new container is the latest development} in
5tornc++ | thai: the usual Florida-bred. Hi
-- JII / made! his initial start August :25 at entered) into that the Oin-ti.ir packapinjr' So sanitary because it's pa rra fi n-coated

-<-- 4l :::- Garden: State Park. In this affair. might be strengthened and the I.I l--t i and .->terilize l just a few secomls before l being filled
won to Chnst. .\ most! dehchtf-il !
maiden event at six furlough
:a I
II t I showedplenty I j fellowship) period terminated t.'i! With Alfar Dairy Products.
.\ l' tv; Florida youngster
f? t I. II J ..t heart by outgammg ht. | most successful meeting wi'h tai'; :

;; field tee win by a short nose in i I serving: of doughnuts and .-..ff.-- I y/,u.n discover new delightsyou: : become: more:

1/ -redtahV! ,.f 1:12: Th- i under the direction of th.- .".. ..il i
( the time : laniiliar with this new Alfar arkajre. For instance
.' { "" -'if t \ I "wine! :: week he was the victim vice president Hom.T Barr-s A'; I i
I '
1 r ( .a' of H. d :-:1..mgJu'k and finish: '"1 agreed it was'* an even.rcp- ". I

\ r "s l-- f :i fifth He bounced back a few days well] This! Sunday the t.Miht. 1 I Easy to open Ka.-y: : to Carry

: ... ...... .... ",--_. _2" : It.'!. however. to win handily. :! R.r A. Moberg.1!l pr - !Ea.y: t'i Pour N. !Eottleto; Wash
the l lson.. "Christian "irA" :
"' .\0 Jr. is easily handled an I ITr.
Alter a huek t gar n'rd .<:ner Tommy Tult is high "'r :The Class Quartet wt: h i'i i. Ea..y: ttl f'lu..t' 9 No ?'t $.."it to Pay
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more than "in- }'.ia-.i-n T., h-.Tr. He loves to run nad in w. rkv cnr.il.t' : Easy: to Store N 'a"r\'-PecksLFA
i i i"m.. A most :rv: I T -
j-.ake it .: '.. The L.\I K E :its!' \\ Ita atabl-'mates' likes to poTO : '1 ,. .
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