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: December 12, 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: UF00079910:00312
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Truman Dedicates Deputy Constable In Junior Net Squad I County To Purchase ': Memorial Service

Belle Glade AreaA 35 Voting :Machines I

National Park At First In History t ; By Pahokee Elks!
re-olution passed by the coun- I The Commission decided! to purchase -:I

Everglades City quest ty commission: of Commissioner:Monday at the Paul re- Of Pahokee SchoolFor I I chines.3T Bids additional; on the machines voting ma-are Splendid Affair f

Rard.n provides for a deputy constable -
in the Belle Glade district j to be opened Dec 29 I.

EVERGLADES Standing Rardin pointed out to the board the first time in the history I! Chairman John Prince stated :35J I II Last Sunday afternoon over one
a palmetto-thached platform deepin the necessity for such an officer of the local school a Pahokee Junior ]I J more machines are needed in prep- hundred! persons listened to one
the Eevergladts, President after he had investigated the number High basketball team has been : aration for county-wide election? 'I of the most: inspiring Memorial
Harry S. Truman accepted the of cases handled monthly bv organized under the patronage j j I i next year. I It ('n'kt's'l'r held in thus area it
Everglades Park area on behalfof Constable Ray Whit i lock. Several! the Quarterback Club and i* heir; ]J t The County Commission receiveu I the I lodge room of the PahokteLodge.
the federal government and dedicated thousand migrant negro workei. trained by Coach X L. Garrison I irfoimalion :Monday that Miami I No Jt>3s of the Benevoler.t
it to the future health happiness made appointment: of the deputy The Pahokeo Junior High quintet : Retreat where eourtv patients and Protective. Order of Elks. The
and welfare of the Amer- c's'ary. Con..tablt'hitlock has opens the ba-ketlxill season |!I are treated at times is gong up I theme of to service following tn

can people.Approximately. named Raymond O Mock as the with a game with the South Bay j| in its rates from $rt.".0 to $7.93 a I traditional Elks Memorial Sorviewas
10,000 persons new d e put v. :\Ir.IIK'k i:- juniors n the Pahokee gym on (i i ,\\i\ TV bom! '."',"iiled to notify a1o, smurted bv the observanceof
attended the Rail event many thoroughly! experienced in polirc Wednesday eveningDec.. 1 7 and !i State authorities of the net r. :iso in I, Pearl Harbor Day. with the P.oke -
dr \'ingtht'ir cars through th. vork.Caving been with the Cityof will play another game in the local j! ".>.st to the oiintv for ;>.ltlo':1t.. the I >- -. High School Hand the Hiy

night to be there on time. B, 11.. Glade; f '- -varly fOil g>m against Conni ton Junior ]i county is (,onvi-itd -* "'ild bj , Scouts and the American Legion
GnprnorIillard 1.'. Caldwell :"earsTarroll. High rn Fndav Dec 19. These ar' j I j I bon:e ht' h tat('. <.onducting tN program
made the presentation of the park - - .- -- the inlv two dcfinitf games on el' 'i -.- -- Harold HOot'1ht'rJ Exiltrd f.rteer -
area on behalf of the State. P, hok 'e schedule to date ho\\'p\'I'r. :i rf the total Elk'CIul openel
Over 100 Seminole Indians n WarrenIs Coach Garrison' is making'n' Splendid Program i the "t''i'f' by mtnxlwmg RobertO

their colorful apparel came from Named President (,ff>rt to book several other games: | fivenIonday: Eve Lampi who in turn led the HignSi
the deep 'Glades to witness tho with junior teams' both in th' I Niol Band in theplaying of the
ceremony, and William McKmleyOsceoH South Hay Council Glades area and on the East For Pahokee PTA National \ntem

presented Rifts to the na- Coast George lV'lk. Jr. Life Scout.
tion's Chief Executive in the formof SOfI BAY A special calledmtftirg Junior high boys who ire going \n outstanding Christmas: progr.im If'prO'sI'ntin theGulf Stream
a Seminole blouse which th" If the South Bay Town out for basketball in a higway include I in which living pictures dpiitttl "- Council 1 was introduced and gavean

President donned, a palmetto woven (Count I <>:! De. 5 resulted! in the Donald Harplev. Jackio beloved Christmas scenesas addresc on the cenenl theme
handbag for Mrs Truman anda rgamzation: of the town council Thomas. Carney Wilder. Ronnie \\ presented bv Mrs E L. Pop-\ of the Srout'x motto. "Jt.-> Prepil-

Seminole flag for the President's, with the recently (..I'ctt'dIapu' Mav Sidney( Canithers. George program chairman. at the DecemIM I I edith a ringing: !sincerity rarer -
daughter.A William ?.1. Jeffnes and two Rozf'lJf'Ieh'in TiIli!', Frank I 'r meeting of the Pahokee Par \Iy seen in :*o Noting a peiker *toO
similar shirt was also presentto councilmen Floyd Wilder and FB Brady. Travette Weeks William ent-Teacher Association!" hf'ldI..n- (explainer! why Scouts were ready
Secretary of the Interior KrU1 Willits taking their seats. Kirk Danny Hitchcock. Bob'>vSchroder. j I day night in the high school auditorium !:- at Pearl Harbor for the jungl-

The dedication program laste I I Carroll Warren was elected president Bobby Carlton. Frank The beautiful tableaux in wrrfarp of the Pacific. He toll
approximately one hour. It began I of the town council and Rosenberg. Robert Ht-ell.) Dickv I. which the school children took ot a Scout's training in readingand
with the introduction of Ernest F. Oneal Walker president pro tem- Atkins.' Bennie Thompson CharlesMcCurdv part were accompanied by a musical ,!rawinmap/ *. their knowledge -
Coe. who as secretary of the Everglades I Danny :\1 uIJ i.". Charles' chorus!' featuring !solo parts by' of the compass' their ability
: Park Association!' did the pore.Mayor Jeffnereappomted Jack Hamilton and Jimmy Rozelle Eu- I \Ir-O. n D Caudill and Robert O.I to subist on natural foods of the
groundwork: that made the park a srene C'a nit hers is manager of the I Lam p1.At woods anil many other items of
Johns( n town attorney and C. G.
possibility. He was introduced b" Timor team the business!" session' Mrs' Jes" ''! trainingnthrr men had to lean
Payne chief of police Mr Walker I
John D. Pennekamp of the Miami was appointed building: inspector' I _. _. -- :M: Elliott membership chairman j J in Basic Training Camps.
Herald reported a PTA membership of 2C: :2I I Paul Till"rv. Command! r of the!
The appointments(' confirmr 1
Speakers on the program/ in ad- by the council. I Elks Will Assist I'I arl! plans" were made for a memberhip j,i Pahoket American legion: lwin,,:
dition to the President wereIn- ; drive in the various da"'s..q i I introduced, gave an address howI -
--- _e_ - Scout Program
tenor Secretary Julius A. Krug. Boy i at the school': ). ling what Pearl hailer meant tiI
Governor Millard Caldwell Senr- Dr. H. :M. Elarhee Mrs' IY.. Cunningham prtvij I Yet t'r..nIII' =tn'SM-S two point*:
tor Speesird 1..- Holland and Sen- The 1.17f. lodges "f Flkdori i j ldent. named Frank Ro/elle. Sr tie must It pr 'p-ired that th*""
Hurt In Car Wreck < <*>.oOO( members -
ator Claude Pepper repr.'senttngcome hairman of a committee in charge never be another Pearl Harlior.
Other dignitaries attending the have adopted 1 for the coning i i.-f reore"ini7ing the Pahokee Cub and w- must' member our li--
event were: Secretary of State K Dr. harry :\1. EHrlne was sor- I ye-r an igsi.-sive plan to sponsor C.:: 'out Pack which is snon-soretl' bv a hlf"I'ran.* in \'t.'ran' Hospitals
A. Gray. State Treasurer Edwin lousslxinjured: in a car arculont I and assist'i financially the promotion PT.ThO' monthly attenetanej over the land.
D. Larson. Superintendent of PuH- around 1U p. m Situ* lic Instruction Colin English) an I was turning to P.ihoketfrom Senior S *out ns md ('ib Scontini,. i-'!= f-fb grar"on at the elo- rf'mark.Ir: Lampi and l the Iliph
State Comptroller Gay..t B.le! Glad.> and lost control of h-" especially in less\ privilegeshs- n1t''Ittn' school and to tSevent 1 Sh.-l. Band ait stirring e' mt -
Biiickilin near theew c'orcrete truts and nigh1 'rhooiis. a<'conl- :rae at th. vi"ir !i:trb'hor.l. ..* of atnoti numh,ra" that reon .
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bridge about four miles north i in!! to an :1nT'ntm.'mf'nt r'I''i\.1 1 Mr (it. .' t":1"r'l't and X. I.. .*>d a great round of applause
of B.'1:> GLide The ('aru comet ,. hlIar..>!,1 ios.rN-r.' fX-t'1 .r : :,. ;' t ' :1 "I "' The Rev Arthur J. Lively.
Is PlannedFor '>: .-I\' wrecked 1 as' it r"ished t"- i I Ruler of 1'ihoke.No. H:1". from in. : _::: Chaplain of the Order was then

Scouts to the: trees br'lenng: the toad and 1-atiVttte A. I..WI of Los Hurt 'rtro hioe,I who gave a short talk
Roy P" F'irbee. who wa lnvmij .' ",-, i..*. r" 'w lv' ,.It,.tool G-ind Ex- ..Jinnll'Br'ant if','r wh- 'h Exalted) Ilulrr Rosrn-

j I akin l was helnh! ->siy pinned! in tip: alt.e Rl"'r of the B P O. E. t'l !In Car Accident; 1 t, T trJinkMi all The participating
Tentative plans wen' laid n' !! wreckace ba broken steering I tars: -par. t.m C Ml (-h 'r' 1'i.'ni7iti'ns f"r Th.' meetingr
f('ntlf..r a ceremonial round-ii*> Past Grand Exalt. 1 ..
whed.H S'cnceitart. Jimmy Bryant. pimp mamt..n01' ec.: ..t.t \' *"1' h 'freahtnent4
of Boy Scouts North Glidf vvabrr irht to the Evere'u'es i Run'r. hi- been appointed to r.'')>- ,. :: T- '. .- .*-, I* <5. SIICP-- .,* ". o. p. T" 'Hk' s i- I J'''> I-Cnlt
District by the district committ 'I ; Mral: Hospit! 1 If', .. ..' .... t'll .. .tt-n **a'l -.>!1-.! r' .:,- ;T' It"; nt :cAa -, r- '. ..,... "'''''' ''
o4 "" "i Ktrk ,'h'"man. Th i.i' 'ound h I I':,'lit ""-* I's "lirii'itt..> o- .
treatment: wh 're it was: "l-< ; ."...'\' 'niuretlo. in 1 17 It n S'r.
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V iou ,'n and I Alton Jo..is suffered' It f-aetured kr *.. 'j' : r- -- l' r: iUptliesrrove ,u\ ii.rning wnn ht- :lost ,ontr I
a' !gout '."vecut \., VI' Vex hone-! '" n ,..:t > ,i the leg and chest -.- ; of his truck on Conner's highway :More Kmiipnient I For

r M.. 'ei1 T'..>- is :.: ..:r" "-.. gee-t "f \\I.h! I* Bryant and smashed :into th'trey's .
-',., .,..,,?' ,.':.' !I'". ""h" '. ' i, "t'1!! ..nrb'!...u' -.. ",>"r.1: NamesNow rear hordTinjr the road Mr Br\. Glades; I Hnad'nrl:

t: nigh' f Iii !' :- P .'....:.,. f :il" "," '. \\'. .'....-.'.,\. .t ., Postal Hours ant was, pinned: '1 lplf'Ol'h'in t':.,
N. :.>e r.ai>:. A s- J i-:1J IV' wreckage ..f the cab with h.- Two rr"ft 'r'"*. and a l..a.IJ"R'
. rran* have: been r"f...yd *"' r
The programorkxl: mt tu'i- - f' e !" r 4): .I. d 1 "tvi Ct.tir"
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far calls' for a Scout d mon!'tr..- ': . .
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Branch :. !:- .:: ' 'ird It r .k n.' ''r" -au . .
tion bv Troop ::;. Felix lonnke t'arl1e . i. d : ;" .\ :'1 !. !J':4:" t: ':" :p I'r.ret !"""**! Brvan --k.'. I e
'l1tn'a'tf'r: an trstillit'on: oe::'. In Dinrer Meeting :.. n .!.: ... _. . . .r .'"rt'I !--'e. . r.' '.i i.. ..... 1'ed ..; . . '.". "! .
n'..nv' bv Troop :21 Charles: J"r. ?. .. : " : \ \!": .n .,.':r.I"\' II. '.v *;i; r t,, *' .. F.v.1; I I. 1.I . i ".. .t., r-. ..
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the rtttJv on Christmas P'op'avlng -' ser'e,1 i I :. ,. : ,:: : r. :: to. \-. .- M"I..r.an' L*:.on wr ( '" pre4..f I
:: old tty'l' for the pu'K unshould --- : .-. ': tP.. n: a-i r.31) e .'r I ." d t" .r-eaa meeting at .. m.retic .
get in touch with the local '''r ar: t ....:-1 Co..n':.'. F. Crt',.' 1 tor .-r 'KaT! patr> .-." nay have ad- -,.r,-- ". ildav IV<- 11 ?.' I
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Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday, December 12. 19'7

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Methodists In Harrington Named later date.
The degree ofIa ter Masonwas
Canal Point Show Worshipful :Master i conferred on A. C. Santo.
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
Excellent ProgressAt Dace \\". Young retiring: worshipful -
Established 1924 Published
Every Friday
A. Roswell Harrington was elected master presided at the meeting -
Subscription Price S'2MOYear In Advance
the time of the evening Cml-I! worshipful master of Everglades -.
munion Service of the Canal Pont t -- .-.. ---
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Lodge 211. F&AM. at i '!
Methodist Church last Sunday I Mr and Mrs. F. B. Johnson ha i
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class :Matter meeting in tht'Ia..onic Hall on i
night the newly elected officers as guests the past week his brother. -
of the"oman's Society of Christian Tuesday right of last \\eek !! XX'ilmer Johnson of-E\ergreer
Paul Itardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Service took their vows of Other officers elected for the i I Ala.

office and were inducted in a service coming year were Perry Hall.':
Rout Of The LBKs led by the minister. Rev William ;-{'nior'w"ardt'n: F. G. Gilli;. junior;,i -.- ---
T. Blair. Thosehos: .> warden: S. J. Baggett. secretary ;j Miss LoisJorgan LS spending a
What ai ears to be a la t. desperate rear-,uard action i is pledges of devotion marked: their and V. C. Denton treasurer Appointive -i i few days at St. Mary's Hospitalin

announced from Dallas by the Little Below the Knee Club Dedication: to service' included Mrs officers wall be named ov XX'est Palm Beach for a checkupand

which still refuses: to surrender; to the new dress length. "\Vo C. L. Stuart. President: Mrs. NE the new worshipful master at a treatment.

haven't given up," shouts :Mre. Dixie Strickland of the Maxson. Vice-President: Mr
Hut odds be Vorhees. Secretary Mrs. XVK . ----- --
Texas carabinieri. the seem to too great e\en Boyd : ,
for Texan Buchanan, Promotional t'"Y' ,

The "new lookers" have tremendous logistical and .strate and Mrs D. B. Kepp. Treasim

:gical advantages. (Most of the New Yoik deignerand They were joined by the newly

dress manufacturers are on their side.) :More importantly, Mrs elected A. R.Committee H.trrington.Jiss R"tTt'tant"t nar ': Shrubs and TreesALL

have infinite with which to fight for mi
they resources Education and Service: Mrs }-'. XXCius1' .
lady's sympathies. The movies and the magazines are reeking Christian Social Relationsand VARIETIES
with piopagand for the longer hem-line. The lovlunircreations Local Church Acti'ity1": *.

which were decried a fey months ago have already }-'. M Wilson Spiritual Life: Mr-

ceased to :seem bizarre-or, at least, any more bizarre tlnn Pope Sear Student Work: Mrs Authorized Sales and Service
women's clothes ordinarily :seem. Shouts of opposition ap- XX*. T. Blair. Youth Work: M-s

parently frded in million; of throats, even before October's James Miller. Children's Work, JACOBSEN POWER AND
Mrs Harold Rosenberg Literatu >
bills were in hand. and Publications: and Mrs J.P HAND LAWN :MOWERS
Obviously, the realistic course for the LBK girls is to
Parker. Supply Work. They were
spike their air rifles.= Let them wear their skirts at that joined at the altar in the sacrament -

level on the knee "just where that pretty point"of feminine by the other members of the ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.

under')inning: begins. But they may well despair of influencing Society and by the congregation

others to follow their l'ourc.rhen the pied piper The Society in the pi"'tear Open Wednesday: and Saturday afternoons

called Fashion piles her siren, 'tis folly to expect the ladie-- has done remarkable work. MrsA. 1100 Southern Bh d., West Palm Beach
to resist }her.-Richmond Times-Dispatch. R Harrington, the retiring ,
president. has expressed her
thanks for the loyal tooperatioi
Hear Hear and tnel':"s effort of the rremhorsof
the and the freely giv.'n
Some folks finish: a listener before they finish a story- support of all of its frierd- As I

(;Jate City (n S.;; D.) Cuide. noted bv the minister the past
I year has seen many records brokeras I
: the XX'oman's Society of Christian -

Service has!" moved onward ana I
upward in its effective work. t
The Turkey Dinner held in t0-
school cafeteria bv the \\". S C. S i.

ARTY LINER li;:t Friday was a dt'f.itl'lI since--." : A Servant of the Glades
:n every way. The meal was perfection t
and everyone there ex ,
pie sod cotnphte satisfaction I II
sh v.'s the way to Better many remarking of their desire ; I ToMiamI: j
t Jathe event rt'TwattThe dinner :I 4 Buses ;
Party Line Service was planned to raise money f'. To West Palm Beach
the new kitchen in the newler. t -
Daily To Ft : & lakeland
rd Sunday School building . a:i I : Mjcn ;
the ladies cleared the un)*>lie\ I
able fissure of S193.: Truly a fine
'1-A job from beginning to end
Glades Motor Lines Inc.
The Young Married Ftllowshin ,
', for tIP!
meeting at the parsonage t

CHANCEA December session. elected as its officers SERVING THE GLADES"I!
for the coming year Cletus !I
Hand a* President and Marie i
"Time Out" between calls
I i
Blackwell as Secretary-Treasurer:
gives others a chance to use I Hosts of the eveningere th" I

the line. ,, Hand and the Pete Hollons Afire I I

\'t'ningof fun and refreshments !
and a Christmas drawingwas
enjoyed by all. It was decidedto
have a Kib-Barbecue at the
time of the January meeting with
the Blairs and the Hirlin Seas

as host. Meeting tim hereafter
will tx *> p m. on the second 101-:-
THE LINE IN day of the month. The Y M ..' I

will decorate the church f..r Chn-t.
EMERGENCYWhen mas this vear. meeting: at th> 1! Farm Machinery & Supply Co.

church on fo"riday. Det 10. at 7."W I
another party on the A record attendance of 2' show i
l' \.N\I. I'OINT. IIXKII> \
line has an emergency please :I the interest of the group !
/ release the line quickly. N'ext Sunday will bt tmvers\I
liable Sundav Both serueat 11
I A MolernIad ine
a. m. and 7:30 pm.. will feature l Shop
<*t>rmi>n.s on the theme "On.' \V.rd! I
One Bok j

r r i. Larrimore OlsonThe I Complete Repairs on All Types

marriage of Miss 1I'Ia'n! E
BRIEFThis Olson daughter of Mr and Mrs: I
Gu.:t Olson of Omaha NVhtnd. j I

Arthur M t Buddy* Larnmorv. 'r)..1or jI I
assures better service for M\M.\(" 'iuux: 01'
Mr and Mrs XV J t\-ritti"re .f
you and your party line Pahok. will take pLire at the I
neighbors. Pahokee First Metho.hChir. -. Special Farm :Machinery

t on Satuni.iv Dec 2'>. at 2 "?ft p 111. I

with Rev Carson T Hok. past >- Hydraulic :Mole Drains
of the church offu-:a'l-.: N "T-
\itations are being 1"*1.1 >> it :ill
: Drainage; Irrigation Pumps
frien is .>f the ,'o'plt. are i"1 -" "

Miss OLson I" rr.f.1.\i ".> t i i Cable, Shinies, BeltsI -
4. HANG UP "ur-+' f.>r the Flondi >*,,". p. -
partmert of Health :n lt.-l.:! Isla'!.
GENTLYWhen ,,* I,rnn/e. Pouer "I'nits
She *
:s a graduate N. *"-K\
Methodist!!' Hoepita': s h fV
toe I J..e. is busy please '.rsir.sr in Omaha :\.1 1 i'-j j. fSt : Industrial: Steel;

LOUIS t'rrer-ity: .*-. 1'--
Hang Up Gently. I
ii versrty of Minni.-. ,

i1 to Florida . Farm Machinery & Supply Co.
Mr L.arr.m'-T :<; :a c-i l .a'
i Pahokee Hich Schf I ar I "-.. T-.. i,
veisity of n-.nda lll If.. ...'% 'j U \' XI. I'OINT n.l.I.\
*.i in the Xivy for 42 r-:'.-f.' ,2.. '-
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY the! war and a \. Ias I 1'110': *>31Page
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE ng : row: erpi: >\ i i
l/xorporofrW manager of the FJr.: J* St i".' I
F.mpl. VTr."t. Srvue .- B.-'a: > ,
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It was a game of "one-o-cat" on a city street and Mickie was

! at bat. . The driver of an oncoming car saw the play . ::1
': sounded his horn and was driving cautiously through. One ,!!

::1 last pitch . the crack of well-hit ball. . and Mickie ran. '

! ...It wasn't the driver's fault, but :Mickie was OUT...forever! .
' I''

;1 Children playing in the streets of the Nation's cities and ,;
:: towns added 3,296 to the death toll charged against motor
: 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!

MAKE The schools of Florida are continually teaching traffic

j, SAF.DRWING safety and warning against the dangers of the highways. Par- I
A HABIT ents should emphasize it in the home. Drivers should exert I

extra precaution in passing schools or going through desig-
nated play areas.

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



Prepared by the Associated; D ir..i)' Pol ice DepartmentALT.MAN
ef Florida. the> Florida Press Anal
ciaticn. aid tr.Ns+'coal Ccpserv) Chk'f
; I MOlUiXN 1()I ; ,
lion EMreau. i a g lc sorrics.


Four The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida FndaDecember 12. 1947

Presidents \It.s. Josephine \Ville and daughter -! Mrs Max BeerlMrs. J. R. i I. J. Frasare. Sr. has return
I Lorraine. of Milwaukee WIH: Faulk and Mr Joe Tom Doyntoi from Junesbero. Ark.. where he
Of RotaryTalk an guests; h-'I't. '.f her brother-m- : ice mpamed Mr*. Robert Cha i- was called recently by the illness
: ___ I' 1 wind .ish'r. Mr and \lr5. J. C. ; berlain to Miami lueMaj T-- and death of his brother. H Fraure -*-
The Pahoj-ff I R"tarCl ib <>b&eied I t'h'o'prd. 1 brouP"a; :h'jpin.ed hone ;.V .
at the Miss JIuild.i' has turni" Mrs. L. L. ?tukt'Y who had be":: ,
past Presidents day : !I M r;;:. MKO Spooner entertained
) t > Pi: ukee from Las Yea NevMr ,, visiting her
luncheon! me.'tin? last on-m-law and daughter : -
Thursday MisM r t "' a Anderson 01 i at her home recentlynth a dinner
and"! Mrs L. L. Shirley had Dr and .
who were Irs. R Sam Mo&ley
\\ttk fast presidents )IIntroturt',1 i party honoring her htisb-inel npoont'r.
arrived in
D mark n
Ouense r; i--
and a ked' to nice brief ;, I I ::1a JIK: st, the pas week her in M amiMr on his birthdaannivcr-
talks were Abe Dobrow. L LStmkey. Pahoke. f 'f' a wait with her tother of Pirrisn Fli.Mi and :\11'-. P.arllert.'dith had ar\. Plates were laid for 14
\'. C. Denton. Pr \Vil- brotht ant s."t.'t -.:.-11\\ Mi and t"d :\11'5.like Hoptnchhie as !t>ct'nt guests their son-m-U': The Gertrude Shirley Circl .

turn C. Young J. V. Thomas an11 Mrs H J. Anderson.. Mr Anderson as guests this week her and cliugfcter. Mr andIr..; First MethodistVSCS. will conduct -
allowthe was in ;New: York Citto meet and si tersin.law.lr..
Paul Rardm Time did not brother Charles Eunice and children i fColumhu its annual Christmas program -
introduction of all the past I her when her boat docked there on and Mis John Long of \Vaohinsrolah Ga. and
party at the home ofMrs.
prex.d; ."rtwho were at the meeting Sunday. \\' .. and Mr and Mrs Bill Long Miss Lucill.'illams and MsM H \\illiims on1 nda;'.
Others who were scheduledto i MJ and Mrs Manning Keen hid of Magn.'t. Nebrhile here the :n" Far'rohn'. returned to Dec 15. at S p. m.
at this weeks the first of then' :t Longs are alsoisitinsr: ;: theirbrotherinlaw
speak briefly is a guest their home Pih n'walled ,..
I in <>kee after hem Mr lnd11' G L Suns spentS
were John A. Dulany. D. Miss Martha Koesthne. director of: and =ist.'r.Ir.. an 1Mis
imeting *
-I i to Georgia o- act ,curt: o .;ntliin CUwiston with her
P. P deMoya First Gerald Tibhitts. Thee':-
D. Caudill Otto Bleech Christian education at the .
i the tl'ath of their father i brither, Dave Alston and famIly.
: and Thunnond \%'. Knight Mithixh Clinch: in Tampa. woconljited jod a deeps>a fishing trip off I
A telegram! of cheer was sent to B. a training course for Ke\:' \\est Tuesday; -- --
Elliott past president who is recuperating youth at the Pahokee First Methodist Monikers of the American Legion I
from a recent oIwra- Church on Monda\ Tuesday Auxiliary will conduct a membership Phone FREE PARKINGI : !H !
tion at Duke UniersitHospit.il! and l\\ednt sdaMr \. tea at the home of MrMiunce DOWN TOWS
in Durham X C. and Mrs O McClure had ; Carlton on Friday. Dec ,. Jill I"pith i.asohne and l'arl.11 IMIf You lake *
Tt ....a!' ann'.tn(''} that the club as a guest over the weekend their 12. :Mrs Carmen Salva tor... Jr..
is abandoning its projio} ed projectto daughter. Miss \'Irg'iniaIcClur.,?, :Mis: O K Bleech and Mrs Le'sli- MMLAIK STATION LOU BRANCH
build tennis courts at the citv cafeteria manager at the University Futch are on the committee in I \\estPUmBraca.Flondi Opposite :\Montgomeryaril
park because of the limited spaceat I of Miami charge of arrangements- Olive at First
the park since the inclusion of
the public swimming pool. Insteai '
the club is assisting the Pahoke ,
Fch.ool in financing the construction -
of two tennis courts at t'i-! > I
north end of Lair Athletic Field
with the work already underwav
The committee representing the i
Rotary Club in this joint project \
Includes J. V Thomas D. D. Cau- /
dill and Paul Rardmin .
--- ---
(' 'urn OF ('iuIt1STS'IINTiST


ATO\I-\\ c\
IC FORCK" i ithe subject
lesson-Sermon which will be read '

in Churches of Christy eil'ntist'l
throughout the world on
Peo 'mlx'r 21. I
The Gulden Text i is.: "The word .
of the lard n right: and all his ,
-.-:, !::: i-. ,. ,]''.re in truth . For
he spake, and it was done:
ro"i ':nrded. and it stood ft=h'l
( P*alms 31: 1. 91.
Among the citations which comprise -
the sson-Sermon is; the fo-I! I
lowing from the Bible: "Th. I.r.l I l
rt'igrwth. he is clothed with maje> +- I !
ty; the Lord is clothed with
strength; wherewith he hath girded !- I
himself: the world also is stab II
old thou art from evt''- II. .Li- I
li J.t"tingIPsa.lms-the',1 of : n: 1. 2) . ..__ .:::-a 1'L

The Les> >nl rmn also includesthe I
following pis.sage: from th"
Christian Science textbook -
ence and 1It'tlth'ith Ke\ to th"
Scriptures' by :Miry Biker Eddy:
'The material so-tilled gies ind l
forces are counterfeits of th..
fpintuil forces of thyme Miadho .
\\" >*.' potency is Tnith whose at.
traction is 1..00VO' whose adhesion WITH FLORIDA
and! <'i'h,'sum it .' I.iie, rpttuit-
in? the d'rnal I fad -_ <>\f l't in.;"
rPi! : 13-)1.I.

])r. Kesslcr-.-Visits The IS A JOB FOR "SEVEN LEAGUE BOOTS"!

1lohergs In Pahokee
EVEN before the war ended, Florida Power X I Light Company:

I>r. II. F UesMer Other of Mrs embarked ou an $OOO,000( expansion program; .If..i.nf el 1 to

C..1. t..lh'rgarnn',! Wednesd provide electrical ?sinews for th" tremendous' growth we foresaw
from Chicago t.. !'ix'n>l the Chns
n't.. s.'as..n. His work in New- for our tate.
York several years ago conaitt.1 '
1 To date new generating plants have heen 'uJIIIIIt.'h.d| tt
in the -pv<'i:ihrition of bone an (great
J. lOt di MM!
being selected ti> assist the renowned -. lion at Sanford and Miami. Our productive capacity will soon fie;
Dr I.*>renz of ,\ustn... t'i
greatest Inntl1.I'.ualy: vt'. aut o- Le cU>uNe that of prewar 19 In and scheduled addition

itof that tine. upon his visit{ ti I through 1951: will triple the figure.
New' Yorklvis studt'ntf
the Bh1.: Pr Kessler! ,ontmuej Thi record has not been anomplieht'dilbo.a aUfiieulties,

his Baptist n\Ilt'al nllm..try1th"II work t"> enter h re'irel th.. deLi* and hard ,hip.| :Materialhiirtases have hampered u! at

he is still ;nt i\'.. ant will p vii .verv step of the v av. Nor will future progre* he devoid of

!*>nr e while heie He will h. prentel keadaihe* and hindranceThere may: he |-eriodt this winter
"-* t., the Men.B.ble Class
when will have ask to overloading
this SundiUKOUMK\ ve to sour (cooperation prevent

-.-- the
: : :Nr:\\ ...,
tlii., iiowe'er'ou nia\ heare.. TIM entir program( i.
The regular, m.etmg of th'
Br..wm's.\\; hi!Id Thu--la>' aften -- being ru-lutl 1 to completion[ I in the spirit of the wartime dogau,
.vn in th.' ,-i'n.,.'l iditormm Th.
"The uiix>..ibl v>c douninu diatt l Iv'-Miracle* take a little longer'fORID.1 :
ti.hen'ulosi' + ,'art,TS: :in,i bangles
"" ,'n' 'ributtd b\ the Ur"wr.:,>:
t<> the school l r ..>n's where f: ,' ,
bar:_; U'. wire r,:it for ItstnbutI';

bd nita'as Th.. tinIS t.> fe t open: b.'n ulosisfund untIl! rO\\f\\ LIGHT fflMNJYPage !' \

I Vs.. 16 It was also decided tha
bungle would 1"n salt' on tHtvit of Si ,a t"
m Canal Point by ilrownir* II'i ion
Fn"\. rVo 1:
Parts :were assigned for t- '
Christmas plat and the first play
pra tjora* held Thursday after-
There sere f.':.r*.s.; rre"U :-
-s r'. -k-:!

I It

December 12. 1947 The Everglades Sews Canal Point Florida Pag Fir

1-, -
Rheta Abowd Has Friends Arc WelcomeTo
Mr?. Bill Bosworth has returned :
;tp lpa 7 A Birthday Party
from Tampa where sh etook aGfntal ; Cantata Program

EM: tnr X-ray technicspe ; .
Mrs : Ana'? r'er.nod A most cardal! itUton .
i : i extended -
< Josephs
< iai ( our! :-c at St hospital -
-i' th '.': :r>::'s tubr,;; ,I.?,' p: !(J?_.
thfTtMr.-. Bo:>worth ha t,) the public to attend tN!
\','nir.ntll a party hun '.nn,: her
accepted a position as X-rav ar.j 1 ria.lgr.ter.. Rheta on her birthday, ::M- .'::'i Mis: FleueBi: 1: ir.\' First baptist Ch:::ch ot PanoU .'

laboratory technician at Bell! > I ar.n..ersary.' of PTk: .t. ini.ounie tLe: firth ofa Sunday night at seven thirt.-

Glade Hospital recently acqinrtlfrom The program of entertainment 'rC,.nti L.,e. at t"e: K\et- o'clock at WhICh time the robed I

the federal government by I seas pre=:er.ted bv Patsy Klliott. glaut Memorial Hjj-pital on choir of Mime twenty five voice*

the Western Palm Beach Countshospital : Ritr Fay: Hurt. Elsie Stamp Chuck Dec. S.11' will present the Christmas story
District. fr c.r. i 1 i Cantata. "Immanuel Forever.:'
Yy. r.H
'-t Dorna: Jo Jean !
--- poontr. :\ and Mrs- Ralph O'Brien of 'written I by Haldor Lillenas antI
a ii'i! .0. -- ry Carr and Barbiri
Mrs Lily Cnance was able to return .... .,...... Pahokee announce the birth of a I Rachel K. Green The candlelit
home Tuesday fr m the Ever- 'Others I!| daughter. Sandra Faye, at the and palms setting will: complete>
tending were Lnuiie
gladfsMemornl Hospital whet TTtton Lois' Sullivan Mary Ann ,:;, Everglades Dec. 7I Memorial Hospital on I I the au mE'ntatiln.lrs.. C K
she his been re'ivmgtrf'atm nt. ,- Charles 1: \Yr"tt'n111 ho the accompanist
xve? Lair!'ev. Bobby i
'I with the Rtv C A. :\t.
I I M3ckAy. hirlt''at..<;on. Betty'I Io'rtlhersor I Mr and Mrs.: Cl\de RuportBlakenex 1 j,
.. :. Virginia Stamps. Ciro-j: of Pahokee announce the: : ig i Additional chairwill Vj
I ,t HTI Chanex- Edna t..nwin.11 a !! birth of a daughter. Blend.Gay!,.-. i j provided for the anticipated more
I B-> Arlen* : than usual congregation It .<
I Me- Thompson. at the Everglades Memorial Hospital -
Classified Ads
Batchelor.! Danny Hitchcock. Wanda on D'c.t.. I' respectfully requested that all
I, planning to attend mike every effort -
Harper, Linda Coxxart. Mvri I IIr.
:\ and Mrs I to be ;
Lee Crut"irds. Grace Haxmons.. Thomas C. Erwin on time that the solemnity -
SKI'TIC tanks and grease traps of Belle! Glade I of the hour be
DICK COOPER newspaper rditoi Dolly Pope. Lenora Gamot Charles : announce the birth! might most ei-

cleaned and r'paired.Phone ar.a wa vet-cnvo tmi carne McCurdv,. Anna Lee Hurt. Ski*>- of a son. Robert Church at the i fecti\
2872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. :MiTe: the tires: cause tonj>*y IDUie rv-MfC--dv. Albert Gimot: Betty' Everglades Memorial Hospital or. '. ---
----- -- -- ---- race fee i>r .optic m raai- Dec. 3Mr St\\: ".\IK VTXMP
FOli KENT South Section It Atiowd. Bill Hatton. Roberta Hat-
: i Lion as Governo'- oi Jrcia. Cooper
(254 acres), at Sand Cut. Phone u strewing a pruktrnn: 31 ounscrvaiion ton Sao:my Brad Jor'.'ne Comb. and Mrs F.mnwtt'ils,,"
534. Jlltf o! Flonaa" natural reaoorces Franklin: Howell Martha Hal:. 1 of Pahokee announce the birth ota FLORIDV CITY 2000 schoolchildren
including sww-vie water contra :Marx: Hall Wx-nell Gillis'. EusremCamthors and a'" mary adults attended -
son. Robert Vann. at the Everglades
IOHSXLK: New Willys Jeep"Walter :. e-lorcitratiuu Protection oioeacnes Sidney- Caruthers. Cal- J I ceremonies here which preceded -
Memorial Dec
Hospital' on
from erosion ana wua-Jile the actual dedication of the!
Bell j
Ashley Garage in 'vm Padgett. Jimmy Rozelle Bennie 4.
Mr ana Mrs. Cooper
Glade. Phone 126. Jllc'i conservation Sims Carney W.lder. Calvin! I E\erglade National: Park.
are the oi year-OKI !
parents The the release or
--- occasion was
IUStTU LO.1from ten to daughter. "Banr.y. Cooper nee Ht'rringD"roth\ Fields. .Quilh I' the new Everglades Park .stamp: .
worked on ne in Port ; Whidden. Ramc.nR.'nn'tt. Sanford -
.. improved farm John Haymons, Grace and L. Lawler. third assistant '
twenty year. on Hajmors Joseph -
Pere URKeiana. arasoia. Clear- Ahowd.Irs.:: Ruth Hatton anl
land and cattle ranches. C. A. wa'erg Orianoo ana Delano. Mrs Bennett and Jerry Spires, children of th' postmaster general estimated

Bailey. Phone 70. Belle Glade Kc -- -S- Pahokee Migratory Camp under- that tOO."Ifirst day covers bearing -

..er.t t.'ns'lei tonnes at the Ever- the new' stamp were cancelled!!
"'U,: s.\KK':: Complete Grocery and 1..\ It"::>' TRIO
Ronnie Kautz Has ;:lad s M"*i+r-al Hospital on Tue*- at the Florid City post offic
Itt Market Equipment $1750 The Pahokee Baptist Ladies I day.
I I during the day
Call 531 or Fred Hickerson. Can- A Birthday Party Trio. Mrs Ralph Grimes, fir t

al Point. Fla. tf soprano: Mrs; c A. Mr\bersr. ,r--1 1

Mrs. Herman Kautz entertained ond .soprano and Mrs T. W.I I ir'>4<>
vv< >v t>vv
I.IsTorit TK.\CTOK with me if Y v v r v v v r v r r r
I Monday afternoon with a party for Knight contralto: will present a 4

you want to sell I can get the her son Ronnie, who was celebrating rozram of Christmas music >t ; : Office :Machine Headquarters :
: <
L. Phone
very best prices. B Cook his third bntnday anniversary the Belle GId'omans Cluednesdiy. '). '

81J. Belle Glade. D19cn Candy baskets and whistled \\' December 17 at three |I <> Vnderuood Typo\\
v.ere presented to the guests js o'clock Rex- C A. Mobtrg will o.>| ) Sundstrnnd AddinIachint ryaaa
FCH: s\KK: Ford Truck (Kusi i i.111 a
Jeep) with dump body In good party fa\ors After assembling; at the accompanist Marchant[ Calculating Machine .aa
the Kniit home the children went -.--- A. B Dick Mimeographs :
condition. C. A. Bailey Phone 7O
Belle Glade. t.t the city puk: where outdoor C. B. Starling, local agent fo- "Ar' Elliott Addre-s.so:: Graphs; .a
Times were played and refreshments ';::0 Writer ..
the Gulf Life Insurance Companx- : F & E Check *
I'OH s.\LK 30 houses to of ne cream and cake were a A
: one room 'I
has been l transferred'
be moved. Just right for quarters served J>y the hostess assisted bvMt Beach district to Mr the WestPalm ani I .t HALSEY & GRIFFITH INC. :Ka:

:$11.500 C A. Bailey: Phoi. <. Franklin! Kell> and Mr '' "{
Mrs. Starling plan to move t.s' PhOIll't: s:; West:: Palm Beach ).
70. Bell.Gl ide. Johnny Burdeshiw West' Palm Beach in the near f'l- C15 .
--- - ---- Guests were Johnny and Pay: i : 4 s a a a a a A A a 4A.A.4A' 4A 4A * *. .a.. +'.
'' ture Sri > > >,A.A>< > >4A > > >srsr sr .r .-
4 tr
FenI.t:: International K-;} K- 'tt7. Homer Fra
Truck good (condition can h' Webb M\ra Ruth Frasure, Joey

seen south; side of Farmers Market .' !Merman, Sunny Libh irt. Rebec -

Call -t 7II.. Jess Elliott. D53tc Grimes, Linda Gay Tillis Fat;
-- --
Chamberlain Fay Johnson. Jim-
II' \'OIKK: Hooking for a horn-
try Fer>TU-on. Henry Ripke and
Pahoki'O I have two on th '
in Uavne Burd.shiw. Others pre t>"t
ridge Owner leaving town and were Mrs R. D Durrance. Mrs Sinclair-Kirchman Company
M4VJH'11 at reduced price> if can::
A. C Libhirt Mrs Harold \VeWj
sell Call *. Dan Carpenter -
nou. me now
Mrs I J. Fra-ure. Jr, Mrs P.ob
Phone 2571. D26cS
Chamberlain Mrs George John

KI.I-C1KU': : TKXIN for sale at a son and Mrs George FerguonOKKIls .

bargain, small Lionel passenger -

train with two cars transformer KETURNx j

2O feet track sit of switch tr.iik- The Pahokee City Council at the I Wholesalers of

For" 'rah at $3;.. ANOTHER: regular meeting Tue -' +v nigh* I I

LIONEl:: : electric train. 3 car accepted the refere a elettmr

automatic switch, 2O or more feet returns on House Bin No 12J1ai '

of track miniature iignils.: transformer ,! paostxl a resolution ntif\i, .

station ttc. usedeiy the election, making th. hilt I

little in past two years'. cost $!I.111 ."> which authorizes the city of f'\-:

\' will ""Hll f..r $rtr.' Call Par-ok hkee to build maintain ar'J n 'I SINCLAIR

phone;;:-.. Itch tate a hospital a part of the ( ixh

I rter
II --- -- .

Ii I M"T'1ht'rj; ,.f the Junor <;;rN

; \uxILary! an 1 their gu-.+!* ," )"\'-" '
3 name at th- First Papa Fe'- i

I lowship Ball Siturdivemnt: I
w tth Mr Hi'r Grim counsellor : PETROLEUMPRODUCTS

acting as hostess.VT ,



Prince Theatre ,

You like to drive on i !IV.Lok} ('('. Florida I


SfN.-MON. DKC U-r:
network: of durable concrete I
highways i. a thriitv I LAKE OKEECHOKEK

in'lt.'tm..nt lorour gas tax I

mono. I "THE : AREA

No other moment lasts

as lone or costs as little to
maintain under heart traffic:

Ask your t .t..!T'IEOlY !:.:- A. E. KIRCHMAN ManagerPhone

public officials for \ ; ; PE'K: ,

CONCRETE ROADS WYMAN 1.1: \. \\'. !Mh St. & U. I K. !Kd.
fI.Ari ..LL: \N .n!:

PORTLAND CEMENTASSOCIATION t In h'.HltiL4l'hn;,":\I!" Belle lade; Terminal Belle (;lade. FloridaFrda

401 H.rt k-a..., **.!*. 3. 0."" &s i I

Six The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday. December 1:, 1947

I history as one of the most remarx- Miss Paula Davis has resigned: Mr. and Mrs. Loren Meredif.i !J Mr. and Mrs. Al Friend of

Cinematic ChatterBy I' able pictures of this generationand from the nurs.ingstaff at the and daughter, Barbara, formerly \Vichita. Kans., are expected t:>

Malcolm Millar I I am sure there isn't anyone Everglades Memorial Hospital to : of Chicago, Ill., are moving into : arrive this weekend to spend the: I

who has read the book, or heard of accept a position at the Broward i the cottage at the rear of the home i winter season in Pahokee with

it, that will not want to see the General Hospital in Fort Lauder-i j of his parents: Mr. and Mrs. Eatl ,I i their son-in-law and daughter. Mr.
The talk of the is trie
year picture. dale. II III Meredith, on Bacom Point Road. i and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley.
is to be screened at I
picture This is all I am going to say:! I I
the Prince Theatre this Sunday- knows ---
about the show. Everyone
:Monday. It is the picture about what a masterpiece this show is .1 A A i .. .. b a1 .. .. i .. .. .AA.f 4 A A ... A 3 1i. a., Ac .. .. !
.. as as .4..4'f..4..4.ac .4..4..r. .r-.r-r.. :**>*> Florida, filmed in Florida and bee r r r t ( r .
so. , , ".
yond doubt the most authentic Ill see you at the movies-Mal. ?

motion picture of a novel that has .. c:. THERE IS NOW OX DISPLAY ATRanchland . ,,
graced the screen in some time.

The picture is "The Yearling", Church Workers In

man starring and Gregory Claude Jarman Peck. Jane, Jr., with Wy-1 I I Council MeetingWomen I t:: In Fort Pierce : :

Clem Bevins Margaret VVycherly (. ..
and Forest Tucker in the leadir.g representatives of the
featured player roles. Chill Wills various Churches of Pahokee and 1 c r> A PAIR OF BOOTS from the hide of T. O. Pride, sold at auction for $44.375.00. er :..

does a great piece of work in his Canal Point met at the Pahokee > and the boots are inlaid with gold at $3,500.00. by Acme Boot Company. <:>

inle. in fact every character is First Methodist Church Monday < ..
afternoon for the of or- i Y Y
flowless in his presentation.The purpose

picture, filmed in beautiful ganizing a Pahokee-Canal Point ?a V,

Florida technicolor as, an sets artist off the would beauty paintit. of I branch Church of Women.the United Guest Council speaker o{ c:> Then there i is that BLACK BEAUTY SADDLE bridle and martingale by hl't y

The beauty of some of the was Mrs. \V. Williams of West <.t stone Ill-others: hand tooled, rich bhwk I leather studded with sterling silver, )>

scenes in this picture are breath Palm Beach, president of the 4"t' inlaid with told, at SI.HtOO: .
taking in their magnificence and United Council of Church "'oma'1 v rtYY.

majesty.The of Florida who gave a talk on the o'"

Yearling has gone down In activities of the CCCTo \\'. 4. ...,.>
organize the group temporary -
iv THE: CIRCUIT COURT OF TWFIFTIFNTII : officers were elected as fol.lows .8I. There i is: that famous:: hand tooled steer ivde-the !largest and finest of its kind in .:>
tl.ORIDIN .\%1) fUR P\LV: I : Mrs. A. R. Harrington of <> the country. If you are in Fort Pierce he sure to drop in and see these rare .;;>

HF.CII COl'NTV. the Canal Point Methodist Churc 1. .:>
( INfFRV NO. :23.861. <. niece. < of art at Ranchland.
Unwin .i .
IRENE BALLOU chairman: Mrs. Horace
c> 4:>
Plalntff. the Pahokee First Baptist Cnurcn. AV
GEORGE VS P WILDE. et al. vice chairman. and l Mrs. John .\. --- V.l'

D..ft'nt..nt- : Dulany of the Pahokoe First :>
is NOTICE hf rchRlxen OF! SILKNcttre under and blrtu \ Methodist Church, secretary ami l )> If you can't find what you want in your home town, we ll11h'11I to visit . se'st y

\' cf a Final Dorre1 rendered :rthe treasurer.
. Circuit Circuit Court of of Florida the in FifteenthJtKllral Palm Named on a nominating Committee <': Ranchland & Arcade Men's Shop in Fort Pierce <:a

Reach CpuntIn that certain (cai Mc.n .. Wf'r.Ir *. D. D. Caudill, v vc

Ballon Nomrw- the>r plaintiff 14 W7 and wherein George Irene P Pahokee First Methodist Churcn. .. Two Famous; Starts: in F'irt Pierce. An ,.k'! )tl'J':< Sh-n offers fine wearing air ;aYa

hate Wild"Ie\et et alare upon the defendants.following;
real propertyituate. lying and novelties and Western Wear for anti Children.TYE 4 rp .
hetr.K In Palm Reach Countv. Florida D. Durrance. Church of God: Mrs. 4 S : men. \\omx-n .
and \iillell the same at nubile out-crv Henry! Brook 'r. Canal Point Baptist < > ea>
In front rf the Court Hou e Door In
tVe-t Palm Peach Florida during thleal I Church: Mrs. A. R. Harnnc- c: .:..
hours ofale on Mondav Janua'v I ton. Canal Point i Methinl-s!
SAD. 1948 to the. highest!: and best Church Mrs. Horace Unwin Pahokoe <: & LISK :
bidder for cash to-...it I' : I : :
loON "*.*. T.O *" I'Vier, T"ofmanSuhd First Baptist Chinch, and 4v" ..
reB> h. FlTida.
belnp .. "f n "' It 8. P a'Iraq Reach. Mrs. Norman Kennedy Episcopal c"> FORT PIERCE FLORIDA .:..
Find lrT-'r\ ..> !""P'f'-n 9 Tonrashlp Chrrch of the Holy Nativity. This v
: t6 South. Rare 43 East. committee was scheduled to meetat {*> >
D.-ed at cost of purchaser I home 'pc. 11 to>4 .4 sc a4">4>c>saaee>4>.1I so as><>< >eFas ae'as ase'o>sia 4 asr><:a< >sx>.A>s >.+a:::.s"ss a:>
JOHN MOORFSpecial ., Mrs. CaudiH's or Y v v Y "I ? ? "I v "I V "I V t "I V Y S e Y Y Y 7 f Y Y 4 T Y Y Y Y Y T 1
Master at S p. m. to select a slate of officers -
I. II Brannon
Solicitor for Plaintiff. to b> elected by the: ne v
Boyd Bulletins.Tlelrav :.
Beach. Florida I organization._ ... _
PublishDecember 5. 12. !9. 26. The more you drive it,
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-IV TIIF CIR \-IT C'Ol'KT OF Tilt: Corbett DeLoach
nFTt t'STIlfUrl' IV .\>n FOR PUMREICH :
COrVTV.riUNCFRV. Mrs. Johnie Corbett of Pahokee
NO. :23.861 of her
announces the engagement
EIEANOR N GR1NGLEhU daughter Jtianita. to William C.
wife! DeLoach. Jr., son of :Mr.: and Mrs.
PlaintiffVS .
William C. DeLoach. Sr.. of Paho-
CIIP"'PIN JOHNSON and kee. The wedding will take place
\\'It. during the holidays. No invita-

rseff nelantoNOTICF tions are hf'ingissued: but friendsare
Notice 1 I" hereby itt\en: under and bv invited. Miss Corbett is a
\lrtue rf a Final Decree rendered In senior in Pahokee high school. :MDoLoach : -.
the Circuit Court of the Fifteenth.lurtlcal
I Circuit of Florida in Palm I is a graduate of Paho :
Beach Countv in that certain cause koe high school and served: three : :
on Nmember 14 194.IIh..rE"ln Paul E
in the Navy. He is a student -
Orlnirle. et als are plaintiff* and Chris-years W\

pin Johnsont lexlecf unoii alare the defendants following: ..1 1hae .'I! at the University of Florid

scribed real property situate 1.lnlAnd: i at Game.sville. _
being In Palm Beach Countv Florida .
and will sll the same at public out-crv
In front of the Court Hou-e Door *tifiVest
Palm Peach Florida during: the. 1 request the Pahoket' Baptist
legal hours nf 'ate 011 Monday Januarv Every mile added proof of
i Ladies Trio will)) repeat this Sun- gives
5 A J) 1948 to the highest and best
bldi'er for i-a-h to-wlt .i:lay morning at the rKvenVlork

I,".ot 1-1n number i f So 6 h'Block!. of Block:V -.ubdl-33 endS preaching 'r'icf'. two s' ;leftions; BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST
'''d'''' nf S"rth '_. cf Plock 39. of the Christmas Cantata. "Silent
Town of Il'lravamp In .
appears 1 Nier.t.' ; t Hal.l! >r Lil! 'na'u. Ti.pastor.
Plat Book 11 Puce 34 Records cf
the Clerk! of tne Circuit Court rf Ilfv O A. ::\Inh'rgnIl ., Y.- As more and more Chevrolet owners are discovering,
.4. ;
Palm at Beach cat Fl.rldjIVrci of. purchaserJOHN I. preach on the uhjo'(t. "That of service mean nothing to a Chevrolet! This car
l""lalIairr MOIRE Star. --- -. A-3\\ strength in every part-bullt.n ruggedness
Solicitor I. H B'annon for p'aintiff: :MFrank: Friend plans to ;;:;:: and reliability-the excellence that endures. It will serve

Bud". .BnUT.trIV' ".::c': FVr-dn, leave this weekend for a visit ::: you for scores of thousands of miles, and the longer you
Put>!'-h IV rust-- T :.' 19 2f -'. .th rtlatixes in Mississippi:: s9 of its value-for
> drive it the stronger your appreciation
y t
r it possesses Big-Car durability and dependability

. .,. b field.
unequaled in its

From where I sit.. by Joe Marshc,1 .r.'
Ij; One look will tell you that You con t beat o Chevrolet for

Chevrolet ouf trylei' oil otner oll-rcwrid performo with _._
con in iti field. It bring economy And Chevrolet' ;:;.iii'
,J "Tumble! you smarter deugn-tmorter wcrld't-chompion' Volve-in- _. .c
colon smarter upholstery Heod. Thrift.Matter tngme. -I _. -.
end CppoJntmertfl It alone unique in its price range, !\t s'

Tumble: Turrible I c"." a IUIUTKX body by wring the lad ounce of energy .(tI
I Fnher ct lest price. out cf every gallon of fuel. -.


Iwn U>drr i- h.1CJ.fl.I'. twentytar >s Mho", a town' can c,.t run dn"'n'

/ in l'a(1llall"al>'. Bin har >- in t"nl' > >.'ar.:" \nd thin 15<'n I !+ s1 The demand for new Chevrolets surpasses oilyorNenpyeonm

tired and come to cnjo> life in the takeS hi- tongue nut nf hich tk : i,2._ : ", previous record That means .it's wise to safeguard -
: :i".
"jimil hllu-,' un MaplStr..tt. and trlN u" hue proud he i i-.1 the j c"drocd"'ecdol'e"riding t" oMhneu. your transportation by bringing your

First thus,:- Hi'ti ti!,H.. :, sari:*- u< ,'rdt"fb. )laabidinc' atmll ph.-rf' hS : too, because only present car to us for skilled service now and at

romp'.a.nin: ; h,>\\- tt ur Town has findhre.. I Oevrofet,cf ell can : regular intervals, pending delivery of your new

:h ,:.c,',l- "\\ 'tit there' no mud in Aral fromh. re I st.: Y'-U car m ds tie feld'rtn., fcricjiyot eotvtolo :I f""I. car. See us for dependable, car-saving service.

the 5thtttto ">;nk; up t,> year point t.' that .:rovk.r.ir pnfertnc* I 'xed atov.m rtcf 't

ankles in!" he sa>>. "No pistol fcr a rnc>Jeratt'. wholesome ila.oj n>*Unsized Knees

feudr. in th* town sgtare'! No Leer as ere reason folks in Our .",.,., R.d.. .,.-i.Y CHEVROLETLOWESTPRICED

rneons'hine' liquor Or Saturday! Tcwr. ar so temperate. and r.e.ch-:

flight! trawl Nithir.' to io but Lrly and well-UhavtJ.: LINE IN ITS FIELDIIIIISTI

eettIe fcr a temperate l lau of beer I

In a lkbJdir. tavern!"
,tumble,terrible Un O."o(!, J/G.t IJrurriblt. > .\ > rilEVIIOLKTPage

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December 12, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Page Seven
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+ of the most serious traffic accident problems utiQuestion.
ably is the pedestrian," says State Motor Vehicle Commissioner
i I George H. Asbell.Of .

I -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 MotoristOBSERVE 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
. I : SAFE DRIVING three-quarters of them will be walking or crossing in a way
A HABIT 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 crossingsoro .
Don't rush out from between parked cars in the middle of
i the block. Never walk against the light. On highways walk to
the left, facing traffic.

ALL IPs your life at stake Walk safely-live longerlTRAFFIC


Prepared by the Associated; D"J G.; .
cf Florid,. tf'. Florida Pratt Au-
euKon.r'd th+. National; Conservation COrXTY( rOM.MISSIONKHFriday : : I I
Bureau, .t tvuKC tarvieav .


Eight The Everglades!!! News Canal Point Florida FnuaDtiemcrr 1:: 194;

('!!ixTM\N .'.\ITt' XTTKNU MHtON:' : :'
Pinson Aids I :M. Members: Are Wiener Roast For
1 hEverglades Business an.i Pa':,'\,'" Li..pinu w.\esuao
To Attend Piofsional Woman s Club will Scout Troop No. 23 .
'sTte'::dt ,: tit! lu-uhton i:eeting ..:
To Raise :Meeting : conduct its annual Christmas pr>- L:t.' S, '..tOit.'i Club iPal a
I gram and part at the home ..i Mr -he: .f Pl-lixei Boy S::t O.t B< ,t, :: li.tdato hear a talk b\
II :1. -. Francis W Cross in Canal 1 Ti_"'p 3jty"l A A' non : Fred W. Smith.:: president ot Li\n'
Children's member of the W to M attend S a Point on Tuesday. Dec 16 at S p. i the' gn';.r jit th.' scout hut Interratimii included Mr and

Point are urged m. Mrs" Cross will be assisted' in Tuesdai.sM. wlt:1'ottmat'I!: ::: ::\Ir,;. Manning I. h"t'n.lr.:: and
.- tmas meeting at the church '
> the entertaining by MrV.. H.I Felix Slonakt-r and Assistant
Dec. 16th at Mrs Jess M:: Elliott Reand Slrs.
Baptist of Palm evening Vann and Mrs Ellis Wilkinson, co- Scoutmaster Davis K \hghteactirg -. C. T. Howe Rev. and M-*. A. J.
m.lr8.. I. :M: Lair will rive I
vill join with other hostesses. as hoslsPlan- \Me ma:e' .
devotional. Her subject "Th" LielMr:: and Mrs Curtis Chas"?.
their denomination of Christ" ---. for another .outdoor Re ty for' Mr and Mrs. A. Roswell Harnng-
Florida in making a Troop 23 or : iday e\enar of th.i-
D. D. Caudill will give a ton. :Mr: and :\lr:1.: James Harry
ing Sunday. December Connell Cochran j week. ng : Wilkms-on. Jr. Edward A. J'r.se
"The Tale of Christmas"I ---.___ l :
$300000 needed to I will be served at ,: I David M Bleech. J, W. Mull.s anJ
facilities' for their ( \\'. H. < Ford(Cochran of Bell Holman FisherMr. I Frank RozelleHKOTIIMC .
established" at I Parsonage.
being Glade announces the engagementof I - .
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According to Rev his daughter. Miss Ruth Coch and MrJam, Easton I
pastor of the Canal i Named For ran. to Lawrence Connell son ofMr. Fisher of Pahokee amoure the : OIKSMr
(church approximately :: and Mrs. W A. Cannell of :I approaching marriage of' their :: < Alma Farrow and Miss Lu-
Patrons: are planning Point 4-H Club Pahokee. i I daughter. Betty Jo. to *.-j0wrd P. I ('ilJe"illiams have returned from

ffering for the Home I I I Miss Cochran is a graduate of I I i Holman. Jr.1f Paholtee. Tna I :Macon.: Ga., where they were" called -
Special envelopes will Canal Point Boys I-H Club: Pahokee High School and is now cerf'mony11 be performed *t the recently by the death of theta
for gifts Dec 10 and elected officer.. employed in the offices of the U I Pahokee Methodist Church at 5 I brother Lester E. Williams Funeral -
Authority for the chosen were: Milton Clin- S Sugar Corporation in Clewiston. I| p. m. on Sunday December :1, bye Services. and burial took placeat
Home to ask for president: Wiley Howell:-. :Mr: Connell also graduated: from -e pastor. Re\ C. T. How The Macon on Sunday Mrs Farrow
from the Baptist ; Harkne Duncan, sec- Pahokee High School and is now!I young couple will spend :heir i and :\ti>:Williams were accompanied -
State and from their and Hal Rosenberg. report engaged in the grocery businessin : honeymoon In Ozark. Ala and' to Macon by :Mr and Mrs
granted by 1.153 m(> The leader. H L. Speer. talked Pahokee. Belmont N C. Cptn their return ; C. B. Starling. :Mr: and :MrsJ: T.
tending the Florida the boys on 'Grasses and Fer! The wedding is scheduled to take they will make their home in Pahokee Fuqua of Pahokee al>o attend
vention last month ." place early in the spring. I the services.
They gave their I

commendations of --- -- ---
State Board of Mis= I -

the trustees of the .
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tract of more
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bordering Lake Hunter
land is owned bs. j : \ ==
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ono already have four 111.r 111.

children under (
Plan" call for three I
an office building; .
and dairy barn to b' t

operations of the
from Arcttlia.'hf.'rf'
cilities long have ht>t

inadequate Tha ceA qse tbgnON'
The cottage plan
lowed throughout at :
Plant ....ff. n !> : :!!

rearlIve:: T p:Kite iER \
pcssibie to inaK !*. ; ;.e. jNO1
In asking for the I
their members and II
Baptist leaders have
that their assistance I

to creed but is hised I AEOEEMARtE p ,IER + 1 '1r
of th" i-"i\I!"ql d'M.; MERGNANDISE
land H, air. expected i: IN O1MEl
the finest in.': 1 CURIENC't G Rfter

ren in the South will
tares !'!ugge!"ter by 666'v.' ;
welfare :agencies of th { -


The \\'. M S, of
Ha't"t" Church obs.' /1tit
tie Moon Week of

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CT'dh light service" w

nJ'Iay! night.

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& II I >our thoughtfulness! Your gift> i of a sparkling fruits served nut of season; n\\c her. ready
I ;, streamlined International Harvester supply, right< at home of delicious 'iro/cn
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I T.. :.: iI Freezer will save money on the family food meats pe>ultr>, fish and K*>men.l ic still
., budget, for her to buy the little personal bring her nun>' hours of carefrexleisure and
Hat.'i._ y..ur. ar ', / things she ams. It will make meals easier freedom from kitihen druelKrr, >. Uouldn't
ria,'t p'ai: t, IS ,. ., __ 4 to plait acid prepare, step-up the nutrition- any woman love a Christmas gift like that*

tu -1!: th' nJtt: . L TWO SIZES TO CHOOSE FROM

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For smaller families! 4.. <\It>I' foot car-anfv ',).hen H>u hare rovosif' purchase v .ill
.: '. ; ; I f shown at left boltis 1 SO' pounds<.Ifrri7rn h>ods. issue tfe hands,orr ?ruf-nas colortJ. nit irC -
'I )mpai'. convenient tusks >n anvwherr- titrate in your n. .s d..r..r. for ."u to pite
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