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 26, 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: UF00079910:00314
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Young NTEN PROS R.ITYSN CompanyHas

From ConnistonThe New Cable PlanDistrict

Pahokee Junior High Blue Manager Bowen announced

Imp Cagers chalked up their second -I I yesterday that a 100 pair

victory of the season in .1: \ buried toll cable is to be installed))

many tries by downing the Con 1948 ,. between West Palm Beach and

niston juniors 26 to 19, in the local I Belle Glade, a distance of 43 md''sat

gym Friday night. a cost of approximately $350.000

Conniston led in the scoring 5 to replace existing overhead wires

to 2, at the end of the first quarte.- li I and to provide additional toll 1.-

hut from there on Coach X. L cilities between \\" '.-t Palm Brach

Garrison's Imps. sparked by the: I \\fhe \ NEW _R. Belle Glade and Pahokee.

sharp; shutting of Center Carrliltlt'r. {' The work of laying this cable
\\ forged ahead and held the under ground i is scheduled to start

lead through the remainder of the Christmas Party For I: !I Baptist Church Has about June 1 and is expected to In-

game. completed about August 15 Monet ii
High score man for Pahokce Jimmie VandegriftMrs. Large Attendance sa."ht'n this; cable is placed

was Carney Wilder. II points I in service, the overhead toll)) wires

Others scoring for the Imps were :\ Roy Vandegrift and Mrs. A Pl Cc S | Unusual for the Sunday before brtwcenVest Palm Beach an i

Ronnie May forward. 4 points: James Vandegrift were hostessesat I! Christmas was last Sunday at the Belle Glade will I,,> removed. In:

Sidney Caruthers. forward 4 Christmas party given in honor I Rev. and Mrs. C R. Moore ar.i I i First ; Church of Pahok. I connection with this cable extension
3 r.f !little Jimmie Vandfgrift at the I!i repeaters, amplifiers and a>-
Donald guard. Christmas with his
points: >->n spent par-I 1 I with almost 300 in Sunday School
points and Jackie Thom..,, guard Pahokee Woman's Club building I I er.ts.Ir.. and Mrs. Lloyd Mooie .n i I sex'iatol power plant will be installed -
and a more than capacity congregation
scored Saturday afternoon.The Clearwater. j i i j I at Belle Glade to strenghten -
1 point. Allen King guard j! in attendance at the eleven
6 for Conniston Mustang clubhouse was beautifully I the sound waves on calls t-)
points : Jerry Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Holmes and o'clock service. The Sunday School
forward 6; Gene Callowav.tenter decorated for the occasion with tl1'hostC'sses children have arrlfrom Gadwater. j i Christmas at night etj II' distants..
of the: program According to Mr. Bowen this
5. and Jerry Lang guard making use Ala., to make their home ,n I\j! tracted the largest attendance in I
2 Christmas motiff. i buried cable will provide improvedj I
points. .
its history. Chairs and more chairs
Since most of the guests wer I j; and expanded long distance servic
Score by quaiters: and Mrs. F. II. Shaughnessy I were added, only to find several
too small)) to play games brightred to meet the requirements of this
2 11 17 2'i I
Pahokee have as : KU"S? through the obliged to stand. This they did not :
and green balloons were used fast growing area and rfiould he'pinsure
Conniston 5 1 11 19 holidays their daughter. Miss Jean object to in view of the splendtJ
The c-ontinued telephone) communications
for entertainment. highlightof
In the preliminary game the Shaughnessy of Tampa. program presented by the school.
little Marlene to the Glades areaduring
the party came as
Conniston B string swamped the The beautiful setting of star and
Williams "Santa Claus is i Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Howlani I storm periods.Holman .
Pahokee Bees. 46 to 7. tree with a mingled arrangementof
have arrived from Dartmouth
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.' Coming to Town" sure enoughold
St. Nick himself walked in anJ Mass., to spend the winter seasonat illumination consisting of the
Larrimore Olson with their home on Bacom Point old and the new. candle and electric Fisher
gave each child a gift a
Road. helped to bring to a fuller interpretation -
promise to return soon.
Miss Helen K. Olson daughter Refreshments of ice cream and Mrs. G. McLarty andIr the theme of the oc Miss Betty Jo Fisher daughter
ct Mr. and Mrs. Gust Olson of cookies were served to the follow- Duncan Padgett room mothers for casion. "Wonderful Story. The I if Mr. and Mrs. Gaston J. Fisherof

Omaha. Nebr. and Arthur M. ing guests: Jimmie Vandegrift the Pahokee High School Senior junior-intermediate choir of some Belmont N. C.. became the

Buddy) Larrimore son of M-. Billy Eiland. Michael Mills Marjorie Class entertained with a dance twenty eight voices provided th" bride of Howard Porch Holman

and Mrs. U*. J. Larrimore. weie Mills. Sharon Bacon. Cate party for the Seniors at the \V m- necessary: background. The "heard son of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Holmanof

married at the Pahokee First Chamberlain. lIarlE'ne'iUiams., an's Club building Friday night. but not seen" solo "Star of the! Pahokee. at a double ring ceremony

Methodist Church Sautrday. Dec. Marjorie Kahn. Sylvia Grey. Gay Miss Jane Sims and Miss Louise I Ea.! t"' by Mrs. Moberg will no held at the Pahokee First

20. at 2:30 p.m.. with Kev. Cal- Johnson Linda ewdC'r.jC4) ? I Sims of Atlanta will arrive in Can moan be forgotten.The Methodist Churth Sunday Ih.e. 21

Fon T. Howes reading the marr.- Hurt Joyce Lynn Hurt. Chee Chee al Point 0.' Christmas eve to MpenJj I Ladies, Trio in their own arrangement at 5 p. m. The vows were read by

age: service as the couple stood before Cate. Philip pooner, Jimmie j I Christmas and the holidays with sang "White Christ- In'a r'oon T. lIo wes. pastor ot
the altar which was banked Spooner. Betty Kay Gilli Johnn'e their parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. 'I mas. "Jingle Bells" brought th" the (church as the couple stood before -

with fern palms and corona gladioli Wade. Ronnie Kautz. Susie Cush- I La'.\ton Sims. They will b>- ''1I program to a great climax with I the (hurl h altar whit h wa

in floor baskets. nian. Becky Andrews.) Diann Douglas I Canal Point ten das.Ir.. anil j the coming: upon the scene of tipi linked with palms, fein and >.a.-!K-

Prenuptial music and the traditional Joey Graham. Diana Graham, Mrs. Im.11 celebrate their lath j i i ruddy faced gentlemen of much j t.t.Of white gladioli and lighted!; by
marches Stindav.Dec. !I popularity this time of the yea- cathedral .
wedding \\eie Jimmy Jenx-n Terry Browning I' wedding anniversary on i taTS.j |
played by Mr*. Orin S. Bacon or- Barbara Ann Gay Ann Watson 2". --i I Every member of the congregation I The bnd' wore a beige suit witni

ganist.: Tommy Watson Junior Cumpton. Mrs. Paul Rardin is in Glenn- I was invited! to come forward and I i black a/-ec.a ties and earned i

The bride, given in marriage by Beverly Kirkland Cynthia Clay. I vide Ga.. to spend Christmas 311 i I shake the hand of this distinguished I white prayer l..<.k centered with

Emmett Roberts of Belle)) Glade, ton Sandra Campbell Nell Ktllouch the h IJJ..ysith her part-nts. Dr. visitor and to bo pre.v nted i orchids. 1trs.tari Warren aunt

wore a teal-blue tailored suit witn and Vee Vandegrift. I and Mrs. \\". O. Strickland. MrsRardm's with rlndnut!' and fruit. of the bride, was her only attend-

white accessories and a white Mothers present induot'dtrs.. 1.rothf'r.'alt'r.. i" in toe --- j ant.

i-rchid corsage.: M T. Kiland. Mrs. I oh.'rtti11.!*. Marine hospital in Savannah recuperating ( Jgar'II.t'r was Mr. Holman s
Miss Ruth Hanson of West Palm ,i! Mrs Elmer Mills. Mrs. O. R. Ba- !! from an operation fr Teachers Co Home 1 best man. R. M. ( Mike Sander

Beat h. maid of honor. wore a dark con. Mr.s.: Jimmy Wade Mrs. Herman I removal of his apptndix.Mrs For The Holidays and Paul"at on acted as USMT.i .<

Clue suit with light blue acees- Kautz. Mrs. Kd Oishman.Mrs. Joseph Platt of Perry. Flspent ,- i i Thomas H"w.-. played the trad.-
and a of white I' I{ last week Pahokee as' thguest tonal w' ddmg: marches
tones corsage gar- .:. J. Graham Mrs. ErnestMaxwell. I in Mc: i 11L <- '.'vol.'II.!!.'% and :
d.-n'i" : :Mr T..m'atsnn.. Jr.J.Mrs ..t hern.. J T. Platt and. Th *)r.os.' isa graduate fOt t: r
I \ t-ii iMT pie -i" r..Jr.i! th.- < hri t-
." IV '\.n Larrin.ir.was hit t! : K I" .u :Iph-1l.! .':r' L C I tH'll'l0:1 Sunday! another s,,*ij i i <' h. !i I''h r.ilitiv !n \ 1 llT.ur.t High Shf>"l and L-n-rti

theiV l>est r::'r Mir.: ?p iG.iv- ..t :MrLvle Van.! i.-ritt j ri. 1 PUt >.: Miaiiii an.e to I'a- Kvnttn kv Among other member ; Rh\-ne College. Hickory N ('. 1>-
t. ." Wilhur: Kiri'hmanted! I' I' --- -- t hki >- and a. t "mpanied Mrs.. Platt 1 fore her marriage she was "mpln-
I i ..f the Pahc.kf J-< h'N.I l faculty who
II! 10'r s. tM..III.I: where she will\) spend I Ki as < ashlar in the Pah..k<-<- .>!f,. C
Students Home I i are spending the holidays out ofi
At t\t' reception which \\ 1- '-ell: I j "0 V,T.il! W. vkS of the Life Insurance' Company 'd
i tnwn with relatives and frien?"
in the! s. cud hall of the rh'.iimmediately -- I' For Holidays I --- : 6'I..r5III.
are Mr.Ole.-n Stravhorn who ha'
following)) the: cermony. .'- Mr. H. }man graduated from t1"..
BirthdaParh" For gone t .lackn.n. Torn Miss Itr-
the bndegr.om's moth- A-:: *: the . 'I''. gg< students whet. | Dale (""',nt\' High S' hoed in (hark.

was! assisted in the entertaining hv.er 'I ...1':., ... ,.,,.,, J' >; --. 1 t*>> h U- | "Pumpkin". Enccks 1 atre: M'-London Olanta. S. r. Ala his formrr r.,,m-. I>urin""r 'h"
;; Miss Jearne: : B'.ugh. EnPa .
*-. dauphter-in-lavv. W. D. .lawit" relatives and friend I war hf' "r\.d four years in 11j. '
i .Visa: Veronica Kaufman. ebteagn.Iii. .
L'trnm..rt"11... wa. in charge ..>: here tr.- Kdwtn Uice. Bill :-:..:rlt'Y.R..ln. . Fl! zi'I'' .-:.;>kir. En..K || and Mrs Fran. .... Harl'-w whoi j. Army Air Korrr where h.. w.. ..

the bride' table, by Mrs. B. KlTlott !- .>y Conn-11. Ronald Stanley <-t l.-br.iT."i'or t.rth hlr hban- j traveled by. piano to wpenfl Chri"tmas radio range navigator and Apr' jaiI -
at th.' h "'' 'I"1. P. Loach. Jr. nIl '. izvd in instrument lie
who presided p-.irt : s y r.ivtr> it I party given bv :h-r with her n-ir-law and I flying I'
N>wl and 1w Mrs C. 1Chnf' whi I $tut. k.". J. S Sp>oner. Thoma* I n;>.n:. r. :Mrs P.irr.,11 Fnecks. at 'la'i titer Lt and Mrs* <* W now ..d with hit f..*!-..1' it

- 'rvtul portions of the wedding::" Ii.-.> -s. B.llv; Rawls. Charles; Aj thr -. 77.- :r.: Pahk..'"- Friday act 7s the Pah<>k_ feisir."-* firrn or M
L"W.Ir :-. Bah'.1.'t"S1! >r-
. ike. j I P.akor. D.na:j Pas:! ijs.'d a cal .r i! P ik.iman. Inc.

Aft r a wedding: : trip at vano-is" ".; .A.trd Jetty St> '.'r. from t!.-> i{ s. fc:,-iv.e >'{ pr k. green and whfT --- Following the r. t'.tr. ,rv t

. <--,'it i-tie* :in Florida Mr. arJMr 11: l".e:>.ty v. Flo: ri Ona Han.: I( .- i'ty !* ...!' ti.>r. ar.4 pre.entl I 1:1: nn' 'IUTlIt.I' "''iT-l-- left for Of.rk AU wh .

IjtrriTrorf will make t5it.; i ra-. Nancy Stivers. Betty L"xi I f.- ..':. -t.wit>-. party favors: O-.i.- I .:-. ... "i'r.t ("t.rH"tn.iti'! '; r. i j.

'., tr.er Ill!: Glada where he n Picket: ..nd'N.H.:: "*>-.<. Fl.>n-i' '. r tams w. re -nj iye,i foll"h ...- I 1 Mar i. r- "... Pad, ..k.H eire ,,'....1'11 art the n ( '.r-t.r. ., : r, .

':ianag. .-r Ht the Florida State Er-: S;a:.- tV.\:.: >>r>.Tv: P-CKV:: M">h,'r.; ;'.': :t ;.'h; r. fr.rn'n -A--re servi Sh'H'! : -:-."::.x* la.rta.r.t"i *- "r) P..irT..r.t f.ru \JOoI! wth, :' .!.".-

: U>yr.ent S- p'. ,< and .h* is A l I find Dorothy:! t"ha
urge withe Front! State; De- "--ity. Margaret AndersonSoar.tt I Th -'e att- lng were Joe :*v J i j in tf-*> home ecrRic room ":1 :n f ate -k.-.- after Jan 1
I '
artnvr.t ., Ci>ll > also Cadet L.1-, ... taut week --- -- --
i : H :ah ge: : Caudill:! Robert Do- Vi< ki Alley. W lne.vJay altern-ton

-- verne Geiger R:". r"' :de ililitar\' > Pail Collar. Harry and Judy C- ).fl>. Constance Srr.th. horn! *c-- i Jr aryl lira Tt.1 nr./nd KnipV.v -.'

Mss Lul.i Bar:':> :M has return(:! ..'\. a iemy. Alfrtd Ka: .-.:: and K.: n-. ;rg::4m. Janov Kav. Freddy Hick- r.on-r mttructor. a.&s:sted in t'f', have is g f'lt. h.r parents lf'

tr her home :n Pahakee froT L r.t' : M, Irt.oh .t i T-.r.ke- ers. r. 1i.mrJ.i Lar. Jill M.'IllwarR' ,r.t rtlLur.5r (' .r;!,!:r.a.- music 'As'pialr ..rod 3.r'l T ;.: :0.':. : r. .r l n.

Tamp were she r<-, .-a Uarkev All r P- I- ,t zh::- !:-... t t: .ac. bF' : "A a:..1 A lla.: ..1 r.t

went an eye tvrat: r e' :V N e-.1: T" -: r 1 Ja:::as \\1 -- -', O' -. ('t" .


The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Friday. December 26, 19t7

will be f"r one hour ten minutest' Henry Ripke i? recuperating I'! Mr anti Mrs. Dave Cunmn ha.1:

I THE EVERGLADES> NEWS f.ir the mu!'ic. and will start at 'I ftom a ton iltctomy performed at : have as guest throw!: tie ho':-

Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region seven thirty -. the Everglades Memorial Hospitalon tty: ; M* and Mrs Billy Smimoj -*. I

j Jr.. and children of Stateo "tn". Ga
Established 1924) Published E'enFrida\ I
\IIOIil't iiir.ii scnots

I Subscription Price S2.60 Year In Ad'ance. I'.ONOK roLL
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Second Six \Veeks 1917-194
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn HONOR

Canal Point. Florida aa! Second Class Matter in all subjects i Fridavfe

Sth Grade. Myra Baxter

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher HONOR ROLL 1| .

A or B in all subjects j I

One-Track Mind 12th: Grade: Helen Howes. Fran'; (J'Ifill

Teacher (after writing LXXX on the blackboard) : "Tellme. : Gilhs. Martha "ruZg5. Louise I

: \\hat doe that mean"' Hamilton Ruth Kautz. Joy Pad- a 'l1tif"

Sweet Yuan" Thin?: "Love and kies: -"Trumbull Cheer. I Li tt. tide Stt>kes. Barbara \\ roten.I

Walta Nell Bull Lois Echol fit--

Lena Good Doris Sibyl I
i on. Harper. i
Lyric Jen-.>n. Barbara Jenkmson .

"Tokyo, Nov. 17-Kiting: in public yas banned by the 1 11th Grade: Jack Major. ._:"'ai I {

police today, except in cases where 'love U naturally expressed Hammond. Leland Shirley. Yvon-e !l/'II

on a bench in a public par .* Frat>r. Jimmy Bordner. I ... '

A kiss is divine in a motorcar and swell in a garden 10th Grade: Payne Jackson !

swing; and at a Ladies' Aid bazaar or over a steaming Pth Grade: shrdlu! et1- 1 r I ff: 1JI'!. 1 q 4 t

'th Grade Mary Ann Have?.
samovar a kiss i is-the very thing. 13. .. '

liut better than all the lo'clrc4 i io: that eulntory Dickie Atkins. I [ .' ...-:1: .." :' 7.- s
7th Grade Lynn {'
Lest the love that : Peggy Shirley. ;:.A """ ; ;
Irrk-thc ultima thule the of the be-t- ''
Quillie Whidden. Jimmy Rozell": I ')'" .",....
expressed bench in public park.-St.
naturally on a a Don Adams, Harry Levins

Louis Post-Dispatch.

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Cinematic ChatterBy : Dr. H. K. Ressler 'a

visiting his daughter. Mrs C. A. I
Malcolm Millar
i the stork depositing the !
Moberg and family in terms of a
I young cherub is the traditional -
Prince Theatre
vacation only. it is the hope of th > I
You might say "It couldn't happen symbol of the New
pastor. H.>v. C. A. Moberg. that a
*" But it did The "Miracle Year.
Bible Conference at the First Baptist -
on 34th Street, which is to t e Pahokee. Florida I I Remain Amazingly Low
I Church of Pahokee can be arranged Just as traditional is GUI
screened at the Prince Thl atrf'. t
i with Dr. Ressler doing th old-time wish for all pur I

Sunday-Monday. December 2S-2l 1. stet-aking. Since coming here more old-time friends: That good Orlando Fla _ ..... :$12.30: : (
with Maureen O'Hara and John St'N.-MON.. DEC. 28-29 .
starred and Edmund Gweenin I than six years ago. an annual conference I health good cheer, good Ooala. Fla. . .. H $".10\)
Payne I of this nature has been .a friends and

a rule you'll never forget. provi r the thinking the pi-tor. Becauseof : I good fortune | Tallahassee Fla. h....... $t.j.\J:
this statement To B. A Fact. 1)0'O( ISKI.IKVI: INS nay be your lot in
I the war and a building pro rall Fla. ..'
i West Palm Beach cIiami.
This i enutifii] Christmas K>
story this his not been thought fea<=ibl'. : \:\1'Y()( WILL'IIE NTOl'

for the oldsters as well as the I'I Fellowship Halls seating capacity i :\ Fla. . .._ '"H'._''. SU SO
youngsters. It will gm YOil in- and airangement make f.-' SEE . I 1948 '

fcpnation for the coming year that I I an endeavor of this kind an itI..1 :

you didn't Ix-ln-ve you jM :pessedNo situation. The pui IM eSC of a Bibleconfeience "iMIRACLE ON 34th j Fla.'ampa. ; :
matter how many wordof! ::
is to concentrate t'u- I
praise I wiotf in this <'OIU* I'1 ',: entire time upon the thinking I I ZPhring. l ll. -_ H' .t11 1

almut iM-aiitiful I ccniM! I STREET"starring I
this story special "subject- The church }la"I *- I Winter Ha\en. 1' la. _... $2.HJainesxille. : >
never do it rightful justice. It is i
or cannot d) this tx'raust of t'lti"ie "
just one of those stones that hioln I : ( ; Fla. .. Urtut )
i| sni) -t\veen Sundavs PALM I SERVICE
Hiin a diiaJe. and ate don't I' I
Dr. Res.sler's; study of thenvssuch Maureen O'Hara- John Pnyno
realize the north of until wo ? I let flit FXTFfA S.. .
as "Demonolouy". "Th: > t U S

itnolIt it out. I[ pirit01'101". "Angels". "Evolu j Introducin"Kdrmmd (iwrn1; i STATION on R'urJ T..p Tts&eHi
Yes by all ni >Tne:: t'. "Miracle i
on ,11th Stn-et" at the Pnn.oThatie j tion"! "ThResurrections", etc I! (The man behind the :Miracl) ) GREYHOUND BUS STATION
coupled with his training and practi :
this P;lhnkt.'l'- I
oming Sunday-Mon
'e of medicine, having taugrt I 1 .tun-
Ii artrr-di'im'r; Drug
dayS i anatomy in New York Uriversitv.make . I
.-' at the movies Mai.Mr. Ph..iu1} : 1> Canal Pon t
you I him qualified to ausuciat" - ---- -- ---- : :
1221 -- IN TIIF ril!< I'IT TWRT OF 1 III:
the closeness that exists bet'veenthe F1I-THNTII H'ln.I. and Mrs. H. D. Field. Sr j INMI' IOK riMIIFCII :
physical and spiritual worlds
and daughters are spending th" : rOI'NTV i / I 1
the date set for trK'ginning '
Tentat.vely ( (\MtKY' NO 23.1111.
Christmas holidays with their son- of the conference. i i-, IRENE BALI OU 1- I
in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Plaintiff.
I Sunday January 1th. the eleven VS
Leon Thompkms. in Key West. o'tl-vk service The GEORGE P WILDE. et al
night meetings .
While away Mr. and Mrs. Fieldscelebrated fl'nctant. .
their 25th; wedding anniversary : I $ot1c-(' I- hl'rt'bt'n under and bv
on Dec 21. irti.e of a Final Decree rendered in Parker Motor Service
II I the Circuit Court o! the Fift'enth
Classified Ads Judlral I Reach County In that certain rally' ( .\.V\I. POINT, I'l.OKIIM
I ', :November 14 1<>47 wherein Irene I
UNKLE: -HANK= SEZ" Ri"!!"11 N the plaintiff and Oeoitte: P'A'ide GENERAL; REPAIRS:
SEPTIC tanks and et ale are dpfencjant1I
grease traps .
ha1.1.. the following dfrlhed -
IF 'bu Vv/ANf 10 BECOME cleaned and rf'paired.Phone ...<- real pn upon.pertvit iat.- Kins and I Cars, Trucks Tractors, Diesel:

JAWrruLR I NOW A DAyI :}-- 3S72. Bob Douthit. Pahok..et11c I betna in Palm Bearh ('o'IntFlorida
and wl'l' '..n! the snme at r>ur>!ir 011'-.n'
I ALL u-e Door In I Engines and Power Units
WPam: Pearh Florida durlne!: the
j 15 SOME UNP L\ VE-J I \\'alter Ashley Garage in Bell lecnl hourv of ate. on :M.-ndaJantianr
ABLE -fHING.J / Glade. Phone 126. Jllch 5. \ D 1948 to the hlsrhe-t. and beet PIIOXE ;531;:
I hMder for rash to-wit
Iot< 24 and ?S Haller A- OrootmanPubdl
'J et i I.I..T'nn TITCHIth mif I *- \1-ton De'rav B"arh Florida
you want to '1I. I can get t1' I rielne a part of Lot 8. [)PTav B.arh
Florida located In Section 9 To; iihip -
:" very best L. B. Phone
prices. Cook 46 South Range 43 EatDeed
I t'r J U. Belle Glade.. at cat of purchaser 'l.-'''- -'' .'t't:?,,'- ..t'-.. J''C1t.. . JO JC1'0"0"0'... tC7f'7 .. ,i:?. :?......:.?tb -=" ,
'" > D19cn JOHN MOORS "" -"A'. --. "",-" ...:.. "'" ....."- :.. ..,. -..."" 1 .. ..
Special! MasterI
FOR S.\I..:: Ford Truck tfUncrat\ H BannonSoliritor

. Jeep) with dump bodv. In good ; for p: intlff
/ Boyd Bu: 0= II. condition. C A. Bailey Phone 7O. neirav Beach Florida
('ZLPLL: I ..-t', I Boll GUde Publish December 5 12 19 25!
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J -- -- ------ IN THF f'tRTIT TOrRT ()F TIIF Ii afl
: : : I'OK S.M.K: 30 one room houses t,> fllTFFNTII' .HI iri\l. (IRrtlT OFflOKIIH Cheerio
1 I
rI:71: be moved Just right for q'l-vt- IN "ItUR PIM II
.. P.I till t iti,TYOU''IR"
I ers. J11.M C A. Bailey. Phor.e NO, !i.!s<>;
7;'I>. Belle I Glade Pit'! F iRINOLE and 11 4

If \i>u \\.it-.t y.'urr t.)0'; I ENOR_ N ORt"fHr.p ,

IF lor .\IJK: lucking for a hom> :T'ffHR'PIV OJ 1'This
re ilfor uinti'r dn\ins: you' I Ib'i'er I a
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in Pahokee I have two on thridge \ J peace
let us |I.'k uvr nard -- \ j I .t<->HVsONPefend a:::a f
Owner leaving: town an.Jj .
ni.tke all the i.l- f''RL JoHxsov !: '
: necessary j j.-a\s -, 'II at reduced price if tan: wit, earth, god'ill toward 1 men .
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DeceTber 26 1S47 The Everglades sews Canal Point. Florida Page Three

DeLoach CorbettThe w.t:. her husbands parerts whe )1EX'S BIBLE L.\"S I Mr -.
I' j and Mrs. \\ A. Humphries. : Mr and \Irs. H. J. Anders i
completing the school ;year at the Much ua the joof tve P<:,- Sr.. have as guests her mother I have aa guest through th"
Pahokee First Method local high schoolFollowing hokee \Ien's Bible Class last sunday -;! Mr. \\illa Hinote of Cre-tvie\, I Christmas holiday their;,laughter, I
Chinch was the setting for the a wedding trip to the thanks to the largest attendance I Fla.. also" her sistt"rIrs.. Dave Miss Margaret ,\ndero >n, studert
mainajre of Miss Juanita Corbett I Fast Coast Mr DeLoach plans to this season An'en lugtrnumlxr D.ica ef San Diego Calif of S..antt College Nashville Tenn.
return to Gainesville to continue I
expected: next Sunday :
daughter of Mr and Mr" Johnn.
Corbett of Pahokee and William ;I his studies at the University of to hear the guest speaker, Dr. H. i j '._ __ _'._ __.- _ _
C. DeLoach Jr., son of Mr aid I Florida. E .Hessler. father of Mrs C AMoixrg I -- -- -'
I 4.. His message will be i- 'f'fI
MrsV C. DeLoach aLso of Pa- I
hokee on Sunday. Dec. 21, at *i <'IKCLK P\UT\ based upon a portion of the boon, iI
p. m. Vows for the double ring'' Members of the Simonson-LaT of Revelation Many are fearful otatttmptirg I iI
teierrony were read by Rev. Carson -I Circle First MethodistVSCS, held to interpret this boo: I
I! because of its mystery and are uadt t
T. Howes as the couple stood their annual Christmas part and
b<.fore the altar which was deco- program at the home of Mrs L. Lj r 'r the false impression that it isno :
idt*d with gladioli and fern with I j I Stuckey on Monday evening at S I ,*, to U understood. To those of :' I
a bank of potted palms in the p. m. Mrs Stu..ke'aq assisted ,! th: gruup a most cordial invita- I i A Servant of the GladesI
bickgiound I!I in the entertaining by Mrs Inman'I tivn to extended; as well as all oth- i
Prenuptial music and the traditional -j: W Weeks :'of-!;. I... W. Armstron..1 I tis intertsted. Dr. Rtssler is SLI I
Bible '
wedding marches were Mrs: M P. Holman, Mrs" R. F outstanding expositor having -
plave-d by Thomas Howe. |. Hurt and .Misilham :\lcClt>m- conducted revivals and Bible I To1iami:
conferences in many sections of 4 Buses
The bride wore a white woolen thin co-hostesses Yuletide game i
ensemble with navy blue accessories were enjoyed and gifts exchangedfrom the country. The Class Quartet i I II "'l" t Palm Beach

A gold locket, a family hei.j j a tree.were Husbands invited guests of the circlemembers I I will will sing.direct: President the program.Elsworth The greeting Keen-I I Daily To Ft :Mter* & Lakeland
loom formerly belonging to a
j . phase of the class activity under -i
her -
grandmother was only ornalment !
the leadership of fellowshi? ,
I>U. IaSSLl.n11.1..
She carried a white prayer
book topped with pink carnations. PKKUII SI'M\\- MGIIT vice president A. C. Santo means I Glades Motor Lines Inc.
a handshake for \"l'ryone. The
:Mrs Kenvon Lassister of Pahokee -I' Dr. H. E. Ressler, no longer a
class meets at **:43. Fellowship ] i }
was matron of honor and new comer here. will preach Sunday Hall. :
George Tucker of Canal Point, I' night at 7:30. First Bapti: r.- I SERVING THE GLADES"I
be;:t man Church of Pahokee The public is I11" I
:\ and :Mrs Arch Blakey have
Thfbride is a member of the invit(>d. Rev. Moberg will preach I I
gone to Oklahoma to1'fit his :
Senior; Class' at Pihokee Hign Sunday morning on "Christmas
mother Mrs S. A. Blak(')', who
School and will make her hom Ca I"IIs. I
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has been ill at her home in TuUa
and while away will visit Mra
BI.tkey's mother Mrs NellieNavlsr l l i I
hone FREE PARKING 91)4: in Clinton. Okla.. and other .
relatives in Oklahoma City. I :
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Four The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday December 26, 1947"

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Use Bahamian Labor G:
Voncille Harrison, daughterof
ilr. and lIrs.Io"e Harrison of WEST PALM BEACH Tae ;r
Opp, Ala., and Kenyon Lassiter Florida Vegetable Committee 'ro .
ton of ilr's. Ludie Lassiter of Pa plans to take over the contract fnr o fr a
hokee were married in Okeechobee 2,000 Bahamian workers when the r a AS TE; ; BULBOARJHERALDS I
on Monday, Dec. 15itl1 Agricultural Department contractfor r IT !
Judge Conely officiating.. and them expires on December 31. ,.
Mrs. Leon Stevens of Pahoke The plan discussed by represent- ; [ i;$
were attendants. tives of labor, agriculture and immigration rna&i THE !=
Mrs. Lassiter received her high! authorities calls for th? ;
school education at Kinston Ala, voluntary agreement of the Ba- ,. .
and Mr. Lassiter. at Laurel Hill. hamian workers in this country to ARRIVAL OF 1943 1 11O
Fla. He served in the Navy duringthe i remain and work under the FVC .
war with overseas duty in o contract when their foreign labor',I. ..
the Pacific area. 'contract with the Department of t i we are glad to wipe the
The couple are now at their : Agriculture runs out i
home in Pahokee where he is em- j The workers are badly needed in
slate clean
and start the
ployed by the State Road Department. the vegetable and citrus growing r
areas where large crops are just
-.. i beginning to be har\ested. New Year fresh. ?
officers elected by the I!i Mrs. Tommie Lee DuBose is the threshold of 1943,
Junior Red Cro s Chapter at th-- o spending the holidays with rela- i
Pahokee High School include Leland tives in Goodwater. Ala. ;
-- we wish once again to extend -
Shirley, chairman; Steve
Kirk, vice chairman; Barbara Eddie Stanley and Bobby Baker.
Wilkinson !"secretary and Carl Pahokee High School students re- our appreciation for 'k;
Snyder treasurer.The o centlv took examination for theTrainin .>
local JKC has been collecting Army Reserve Officers ;: I,'; the many favors accorded ':
toys as a Christmas project i Corps at Orlando. Q i
These::; toys were turned over to the ---- during the
us past year rand
FFA boys at the high school who Miss Marian Enecks is the guest i i >
repaired painted and distributed of her cousin. Miss Jearmne Boy.l. !
to voice the hope that
them to underprivileged children in Fort Lauderdale this week &; :13

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