The Everglades news
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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1948
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Carter Gets Job I[ WILL BROADCASTFor I FOR GOVERNOR Back To Normal I I Immediate Action

the first time in the interesting Next Week We HopeThe

As Agent For F.E.C. history of the Pahokee- I New force On Conners Hiway

Canal Point area a full church ser Everglades

Canal Point vice will be broadcast. This Sun- hcpes that next week the usual RardinThe
DepotH. >ize--8 pagi->- >f this newspaper Sought By
day at the eleven o'clock hour. will be fortht'ominJlth

Station WSWN of Belle Glade, Christmas, the advent of the
L. Carter has been named County Commission; has referred -
will carry to the radio world the New Year and another Orange
agent for the Florida East Coast to Engineer J.01.. Boyd aquestion
opening service of the Propheti: .. + Bowl game, there haven't been
Railway at Canal Point and assumed raised by CommissionerPaul
Bible Conference at the First Bap- enough hours in each day to do 1
his new duties on Dec. 23. Ranlin of Canal Point as to
tist Church of Pahokee. This most all the things that had to be
He has been with the East Coast I whether Conners Highway is going:
auspicious occasion will find on I done. Anyway. we wish for you I
since 1937. He succeeds I. F. Ham- Dick Richardson. to be: restored to use in the near
the program Mayor and years the very ho-t that anysear
ilton who was recently promoted Ministerial I[ future. The highway served a;* a
President W. Blair of the w could hold for a group of
to trainmaster for the Glades of s dike when floods imperilled Glades
Alliance. Chairman the finest people in the world.
branch of the road. e :.: it !is
Deacons H. L. Speer and others land earlier this year. Boyd.
:Mr. Carter first came to Canal The public is invited. understood is to seek enlightenment -

Point back in 1930 and was witn --- ColinEngiishToRun on the question from State

the Western Union telegraph company Road Dept. officials.Rjrdin .

at the Canal Point office. II" OllieEdmundsIsNew inquired if the road could

held thus job for seven years and For GovernorFORT rot lie opened temporarily the

in 1937 he started work in th! Stetson Pres. temporary dike removed and rougi

Canal Point depot for the East spots cold-patched. He said trip
Colin English
Coast. During the past 11 years - -- . - MYERS Colin English, I water is low enough now so ns"

:Mr. Carter has spent the major DELANO. Dec. 29. -.J. Ollt- State School Superintendent hasarnonnecel : ; not to !*, a danger to farming!

portion of his working time with Edmunds of Jacksonville was today Burton Begins His that he definitely will 1 lands if the dike is removed.

FEC at the Canal Point depot named president of John B.Stetson Active CampaignFor I The engineer also' is to seek information -
Governor in
N' :a canulatE'! for
few intermittent
spending a I of State Rd.
: University succeeding on repairs
months as relief man at other sta- William Sims Allen who .' Attorney General lists. SO from Loxahatchee to 20 Mile
D-'I' In short formal New Year'sPay
tions. in September after a 13 year a Bend and from 20 Mile Bend to
The new agent's promotion his' ministration. The GAINESVILLE Speaking b '- statement. English said "in Six Mile Bridge.

brought wide acclaim from his I was made by the trustees of the 1 fore the Young Democratic Club of order that my friends may know With State Rd. 80 the only route.coShectlre

many friends in the Lake Okeehobee :- University following their meeting the University oT'-Flcnda lsst mv' future political inteo"ton", I : the Glades with the
Fanning Area. They wish that I dot initety East Coast it is deteriorating
in r*Land this morning.Dr. wish! to announce rapidly -
him many successful years in his Edmund has served on the week Grady Burton began his active will be:: a candidate for the officer and is in need of rev
for the office of Attorney
new position. Board of Trustees for 14 yearn campaign Oovorror of Florida in the election. pairs.. Rardin and CommissionerLake
. General to succeed Tom
most of which time he has been ." of 1I S. Lytal of West Palm Beach

St. Augustine Man chairman o fthe finance committee. Watson he who has will announced not seek for reelection Gov-- "My experience as a member t,f paid.

His election appointment to as numerous State boards both educational Preparations were made to prepare -

Dies In PahokeeAlbert the presidency is effective as of ernor. and executive, eleven 'a list of road work requestsfor
the duties of the
January 1. 1948.A After outlining years as a member of the Stale submission at the SRD budget
Rhoda. 75. of St. Augustine native of Duval County. E i- office he stated that if elected he cabinet, and wide and extensive meeting at Tampa on Jan. 19.

died at the local hospital munds left public school at the age would "carefully and jt>aloush' participation in governmentaffairs I Commissioners voted Mondiv
defend the constitutional -
:Monday morning following a brif of 14 to assist in the support of guard and has acquainted me with to buy 35 more voting machine!
illness. He became ill while spending his family. He obtained all of his rights" and privileges of All lire the responsibilities this high of at $1.2.2ach.. The action was

the holidays with his daughter high school training at YMCA: people. fice." he said.EnJliOh taken said Commissioner" Pail
Mrs. Shirley Ann Williams in night school in Jacksonville. Entering He said "that as a member ota stated that his successor Rardin. to keep pace with a
of administrative
Canal Point arriving at her homeon Stetson at the age of 17. asa large number ns State School Supt. will find growing number nf voters and to

Christmas eve. special student and not a candidate boards the Attorney General must" a public !school system which i* expedite the holding of flections.Th .
Other survivors include three for a degree, he waited tables assume part of the responsibility.f "ore of the N-st organized and a.l- .- county already has 72 such

I'On9.Vilbur.. Stephney, Conn.. swept floors did newspaper anJ I transacting"the business affairsof mistered! in the nation. machines all paid for said Chairman -
Howard. Shanghai China and bank work in DeLand. and wi3 this state and pledge himself "He will find a growing, and e't-';: I John Prince.

Edward Rhoda Jersey City. N. J.; graduated seven years later with "to watch the interest of the paroling program of education Other actions of the county

daughters Mrs. Dorothy Dinkier his law degree: and as Master: of I private citizen and taxpayer and I I which in increasing measure is board Monday were:

Sandyhook. Conn. Miss Edythe Arts. Four years ago Stetson by careful and fffring;: to the children! youth and l Sought" ; a War Department r.r. .

Rhoda Kansas City. Mo.. Mrs. awarded him the honorary degreeof I thought.. strive to c-on..tn'ati"'I I adults of Florida the very beet i 1 mit tr bridge: the int*>rcoatal! canal -

Marge Drasky. Norwalk. Conn., [\ of Laws. ; ei ary expenditures ducat ion.il opportunities! j at Eighth !Ot.. Delray Beach.
and Mrs. Bettie Chambers San While a Junior in law school re ganct-s in the. I ".\s Governor nf Florid it will J I Referred! to Airports Director
Francisco Calif. passed the state bar {examination ,government hmv purpose to bring to th* I' Lawrence Hickman a complaint of
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The body was sent to St. Augustine and (during: his entire senior yep f State the same high degree of efficienrv I Edgar W Vaden of Pelray Beach
for runt-ral.services at the I he practised law for the DeLand Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Byrd. Sr.. which has! charactenzedthe | about an alleged; $25 fee for open

First Baptist Church there. Berry's:; firm then headed by Cary D. Lam'- had! a" holidiv guests the pantweek administration! of Florida ed.ication 1. air storage of his plane at Mor
and dau hter-in-
Funeral Home was in charge of local : is. later attorney general and their son during the last decade," risen field.lter.ived.
law. Mr and :'ot:!'. G W Byrd. Jr. ,
arrangements. Bert Fish later minister to Egypt- .1' Enshsh: cr>ncliiil." '
Before being ;graduated: from the err! daughter. Claudia, of Milton English. has been mentioned often Jail condition of which recently

Chevrolet Employees Stetson College of Law. he had already -I FI.and their son-in-law aid I as .T possihle candidate for wa cnti7e severely by a grant
.,.augh'-r. Mr aid Mrs. Lxr.n Elirh -
made several appearance Governor in this i! and thor cn- wrv. hail! been painted at cost ",t
h.- of Fort I..in Receive BonusThe
1 before the Supreme Cour rtiM1 This is his first formallnnn'l1rf'mpnt i $1.000.

At the ape of 27 te was appointed 1---- -------- - < that he will rim.An Ordered all material not county-

personnel! of Chr: cleaned At' of the county

ro'at both at Clewiston and a!i County Judge of Duvil and! Jane iet. \\ I English! entered the teaching jail property.

he";re was called into the! .' P.\\ County the youngest f''rs.\n ever The committee entrusted wit:i profession upon his return to Referred to Engineer Boyd A

Chr."tmns Evo and had no it!"::! tn'hold: that office in Jacksonville! 'nr."l.fnnJ! ; candidate for the the States: in lf!'2O. H.. taught $200 bid of JweJ| !? William for

what was in store for them They Re-elected three time*.. twice with pre *:'dencv of Stetson w a* composed American Literature. F rp ncR a frame heuseon the O born 1'-1.

were pleasantly surprised when out opposition, he resicred! at tht'l of 0 K Reaves of Tam ". I IP r;,><-rrtrv and General Science ;.? rear Lake Worth and a $I...oo bM

Mr. Christian presented them with age, of 11 to beco .1.. an ..n*1C't'S*- t* H B-Jton of Miami, a-.d L..1 (call Hich Srx.ol (.f J. <' Pridhnm for a house ttI12W

bomw check for Christmas ful candidate for the f S Senate 1 rki-". Jr. of I I..and. with FNK. Sirethat time he has 1 V*''>n a hill-rest! blvd We.t Pal"l

The bonus was based on the position ** 'w at41. he has! an t''Xtf'n'I' HtI"of IVSnto CIty. presi- Orrnt',1 flrm"If'al. ur\-i!'ir.c principal Beach. The buildings are on righ! '-

and length of service rang-,: ivate practu o in prcMto and tax : .itr.t rf the N ard. and J T* SimT f'f !"doOI l in'-tnsrtor at the of-wav needed by the roiir.tywx

irg from $H"\ to $30O: for eachmployee : Inrn: Iifk-o-vil'e j >O S < f Marv.i. r"f'l1! drr.t of the University of Fl ndv and Lee I

e The total amount of t*:"* Dr. Edmur.i-: an active member j alumni a.sociaton. also serving :ixofjino : < .nnty Sole'rntendert rf PutJ

trends wa $2o mOO. of !!>, Barti.t Church and of ] e mo rr.r
A short talk wa- made bv Mrhn nr.'ti.Mi; !" 'r..o NdiJB- H. has been Flon'l1 srh.nrl ho,\ 1 Highway Safety Conference, nr1erved


for the plendd: J.," done for 1917. I.I Shone a-;d a 'r.!-N'r ..f the Tirnu- !! tat ::wen careful 1-er..;.!enTi >" to *' or.lv "itix Fl'iridwn m th* ...!?I Ie the Purpl:ng estate

sad staDrg that he was very qua .r..1 O-urtry O;!:.r H.' was atone ; '-ary p ":btltI.! and felt they F'eser.t: Mate rabir:: :. Eieli: He i* a graduate of Emorv T'r -

]'lease.i that the ban work and time awarded the di"trcuiJ'- I rll Trade the wie..tt an! best! Se. Serves <->r manv *JP..rti... 'f'- verv aril i'aa at.er.Je the TV .

loyal: cooperation of each employee ed service award if the USJOO l..tl'f, r the tool of 't..t.'n r- du..ir. the Iat-.r Ittici-ees ..lgen'Lire. +. vef
made it p sMble for him to reward for civic work !n Jacksonville H" vrrsitv a man wh. had r<-' r..sirg P.\arti. if Ctrnmiaaione'9> -tr'l Columbia University, New

them with this N-'nusMr says his principal hobbv :s rm.virg -!I .lIr.t the r.-Ot1-! hll: wn was .-f :' :\t... lr. tit':tdst-,! B'i.!tet: CO.T.- Yrrk

-- - : pine trees and: cait!* He i< hichJv: qual-fietl! for it by hit m"I"n.! State; Board (',! Corj-r- Er.plh if marred to the former

". II F lI.ukr.f's"f Center marred to the frr.EmIl. .- j pro\en f"'IOO'u1u. ability. hi ':r- i vaton Exr'itive P.'ace of the DM'trrt *- R-.lh McWilLam' of Punta rolls

Hill is spending the holidays with Br>'ar.t cf Spartarburg. S. C. a-.J rich! Chr'ftian charsrter writ hi* cf Public Safety They*\'", a ....n. John Colin! Jr. \

her nlt't... Mrs H. T. Williams. and the Board< of Trustees! of :br..adf'T :* > elf for wrrk'.T harmoniou! Fate; Brd r( F4;;raten. Sta!" tuder.t At Len High; &rtl. Tally

family in Pnhoke and with othc R 'tiretrer.t FUr.dHe uith those groups! interest.-t! In the Vrwatral E-larttK-n IV-ard. a"\.d! ahae! Errlwh was born In Alva -

relative in South Ba '. is tin T-cfici member 'I ..j-t't.ild.rij. .* the l"r.nty th. F*'.-> iJd r"" r-mmt..., tx-e r', jntv July 3. !*< o;

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Four The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday. January 2. 1915
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THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Seek To Double i enjoyed.best if nut the best we have ever

State Ad ProgramORLAXDO
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region J. Lee Ballard. State Hotel Com-

Established 1924 Published Every; Friday -A resolution caking !- I rus-.orer.; warned that "racke
Subscription Price $2.60 Year In Advance teering elements" are infiltrating
for doubling of Florida's advertising 1 I(the hotel industry, and called fo-
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Mr. and \lrs. Francis T. Sgan- appropriation to make it :| concreted effort to see that proper
ga announce the arrival of a son one million dollars a year was I ethics observed
In Canal Point Florida as Second Class Matter | are by all.
Francis Paul. at the Everglades j>dpte1 here recently by the In order to secure the double id-

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, PublisherA :Memorial hospital in Pdhokee on Florida State Hotel Association. I \ertismg: :; fund. according to Rol
Wedne-day. Dec. 24.: Mrs. sganga Roy Beckman. Advertising Com- 't. rrt Kloeppel. association president.
New SolomonIn is tie! former Miss Babs O'Connell. mission Director told hotel men members should make sure that
the daughter (f Deputy Sheriff and from 13 cities: "I am willing tj! candidate for State offices in the
the Transvaal two brothers could not agree upon :
Mrs Frank Connell of Canal predict that our Winter season js (coming primaries express th'ir
division of a farm )bequeathed to them by their father. Pf\int. it progresses will be one of the Mews on this point.
of President ------ t
Trusting implicitly in the wisdom and fairness .

iKrujjer, they explained their problem to the great -tate- I Campaign Planned

man."Will you abide by my decision! ?" he allied: the disputant To Move Fresh Citrus

When'they had assured him that they would the wise old
LAKELXDIor{' than 100.OW Parker Motor Service
man :,said! "Then let one brother divide the farm and the t f the nation's 373,OOO independent
other brother take first choice".-Wall Street Jot!rnlL: grocery stores and more than CANAL POINT. FLORIDA

;2C.i'00;! of the 32.000 chain outletsare

Sissy Stuff Ae The Circus prepared duplicate the outstanding GENERAL REPAIRS

Tne KinjrliiijT ciicti- i is being' equipped with pong-c-ruhl.er for flesh promotional and canned citrus job they during did Cars, Trucks, Tractors Diesel

cushioned :seatand air conditioning.: Xo longer! will \'oiinsrster the past season. Mnrl F Pace O-- Engines and Power Units
squirm on the hard grandstand seats, o'nioiis mun- lando. who is Chairman of the National -
dane discomfort in their admiration of the beautiful bareback Citrus Merchandising Cor.ir"ittee -
rider, the ,.chobrly trained >seal the daring young man said here.
on the flying trapeze. Xo more will theveat of hone excitement Pace general manager of th'

run down their cheek The circu*-if you ask anybody United Growers and Shippers As ..
; sociationvio is one of Florid,?
) who was a boy when it was hut, '

hCOt\'enly-is slightly :oi?sy. representatives the new !season's in making producer-cnn-plansfor I'hone FREE PARKING 91':

Warning i i-; hereby served however that they've gone suiver citrus campaign pnnte-1 RIGHT IMWN TOWNS

about afar a* they Should go. Let no one tamper with the out that results of the 1947 promotions Fill I"p with Gasoline anti I'ark11 1)O.aIf \m Like
tattooing on the tattooed man with the object in mind of conducted in February.Mirch .
doing over in paStels Allow no impairment of the raucous : and April were highly satisfactory SINCL.UR STATION LOU BRANCH
beautof: the barkers -piel. Decline to tolerate any modifications to both citrus men aid We>t Palm Beach Florida Opposite :\lontJomt'T.ard

in etiquette for the down For that'- real he-boy t.> distributors.As Olive at First

stuff and of such i is the circus immortal.-St. Louis Pt>t- in several ;::4aonwfort' the .
war and again a year ago. the n'ition's ,
Disi|>atch. citrus producer have th's ; ,
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'I season requested the assistance of I I
ktv. The children remained for a
distributors in moving fresh citrus !o
visit with their! grandparents -
longer I and canned products at times I
before home.
when they are in heavy >!Y.
Mr. and :'olr-. L. L. Shirley and Florida Texas and California-.\r- I II
daughter.: Peggy Lynn. are the hole zoni producers coordinate their of- I II
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i4liy guests of her mot h.I'11"$. J. forts with those of distributor: I I II

Vs. R. \'.. Bowers and daughter 1.. Patrish in Parn,h. Fli They during the annual (campaigns. + A Servant of the Glades
plan to attend the wedding of Mr Four special: sales efforts wnlcomposes
Blanche Klizabeth. of Orlandoare
Pirl's nitre in Tampa before the 191.- S campucn.
:",bests this week of Mrs. Bovrs returning home. I with 10-dav promotional drives

. ( brother-in-law and sister. Dr. Mr. Alva Mrs.V.. W. Smith and scheduled to begin December. I To :Miami: I II
and' Mrs L. \V. Armstrong in Pahokoe. *tH'.. Dwight spent the hohdiys I January S. January 22 and Fehruav 4 Buses 1
\vth his pan.ntlO.Ir.. and Mrs, I. I 12 A fifth period his nUol I To WcstPalm Heath i iI
Mr. and Mrs A. E. )('ron I. Smith in Gaines\ille. I >....n tentatively discussed for
hail as guests through the holiday Gyre herring is spending th Mi-ch. I Daily To Ft M\erH & Lakeland
his biother-m-liw and sister Mr. : holidays. in P.ihokee with his par i ---. --
and Mrs J. J. Gillian of Winter entMr.. and Mrs II P. HerringDr. .

Haven and K. Montgomery of and \Irs. 1:. P. Fletcher had Cinematic ChatterBy Glades Motor Lines Inc. i iI
Alexander City All.Mr aa guest through the holidays I Malcolm Millar I ,
and Mrs Jack Bitchelor an I their dauhter.tis: \lah1 Flt'tc'1-1
family have moved from Jacksonville "-. a member: of the library I
home Paho- : TalH- I I am quite pure you are going toonjov
to make their in Florida State University,
hassee.Mrs.. the picture von will !=o-

kee.Mr.. and Mrs M V. Holman haw- A. A. Cobb of Mnnanni ispendmsi I .-eened at the Prince Theatre !
returned from a holiday visititn. !" the winter in Pahokn i! this lmllay.lnndawhich iIIfh i
relatives in Ozark. Ala. with her sor.-in-l-uv and d.itichter.Mr ::: :, BirbirNf", starring Vi- :i I
Miss Jean CYuthinN returne I and Mr II. P. HernnsrMis : Johnson and June Allvson and list- I GLADES"i I II
Friday to Gainesville to resume Frances" Howell of Cherr/ ; irsr: Claude Jirman. .11'., fimo'is
her work as student nurse at the Point. X C.. is spending the hoV i as Jo1n the YK\RI.IXG 3.- the I I

Aluhua County Hospital; aft>rending divs in Pihokee with her mother. I main featurt pliver.This .
.-.{ ChnMmiith her par- Vrx W A. 11.\\11. j picture is loa,led with .11' .1 I'I

in P.h..k.'t1t.! \\as accompanied daughters spent the wet-kind visit-: forgotten::: the romantic ansl :1"
t<> Gainesville M her mother ire his pirentin Lake City. thenis a mix-up in giN that I, :i
and bt her !""i4.r.1\'ra l...*.. who Mrs I:. A. Moltof Lake City i- makes for an interesting! numl'r Those Sensational
arei titing Mrs CnithirdV par. a guest this week .>f her son-m-lix. of !scenes" in the picture
I. I. Smith in The tale 1 is about a ='afti..'-
"nts.Ir an.1Ir-* and tl .mhtt'r.Ir. an.1Ir- 1mmVV" :
that city.Mr. \Week1 and son and mchter- I whose ship i>, dowred dinner! :1I GREYHOUNDSARE
MrFrank Friend hav bittl) in the Pacific with .
and in-law. Mr and Mr- GrahamtI1"
the holiday : Pahokee.Mliss The Navy flier mike a .Iap..1
as guests: through season in
her Misses lan.!linm and wait for death RUNNING
daughterthe Helen Howes president of
Mary Lynn and Willoli: Jason and the Glides: suhdistnct of Methodist TlVt.
her son. Will A. Niaon." all tu- Youth Follow lp.! left Sundi.. While he i, sitting out this: Nightly Rain or Shineat
d.-nts of the t'n \.rsity of :\IL"'i.-1 I for Clextland. Ohio. to representthe death: watch he relives his hfe. i:1' -

}>;ppi at o r.t"tl. Miss Glades are as a delegate to chiding: the romance with a Nary
Miss Luis KohoU of Canal Point I the National Conference of Mrtho- nurseI .
an,1Ii *. Yvonne Fraser of Pihokee. dist Youth Fellowship groups he- can tellou this is a fine tale
of the Pihok and I"m quite sure jou'll ..-
members ins: held m that city this week PALM BEACH
CTiapter. Order of Rainbow Girl*. I 'Lt and I Itrs.. H" wird D. Full?. evermoment of it.Fee I
alter led! this week in Tampa the! Jr. of Jirksun\iH- spent the holi- you at the movies Mil
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Grand Assembly of Rainbow riirls day-. with relatives: and friends inPah..k. KENNEL CLUB
Miss F.l'htol"n.I as grind r.'- I'I ...,. Watson Says Cost OfGo"ernme
corder and Miss: Fr\ser as grand; LynnIk.r and .I.meI.1..
Too Much
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\Iro. c.A.. Shi\e had as a house vhTe they will return t. CU'\:\\-.\TJ.R Spoikirc before -
guest the past week her wster-In tjoir studies! at the Inerty t-e Clearwater: r'har.'s 10 RACES NIGHTLY 10
law. Mrs Con Shi\e of West PilnRoach. Florida They have J..ei spend; : .; .\
te hohdiw,th relatives i iCv.i- I General: Tm Wats.. "ancl.I.'l;
:Mrs O ,'nttii* il Point11onktlP FIRST RACE SiUiQHNKIAS l
Carpenter !- fi.r 4-\-rr.or t..l.t r -.."rb<>r of thTC .'
M lth hiMLit her hornon --------
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open ;:: ir:z,T.n that the..t .f ::
('hri+tnt.ts diho-oircr her : .. ni;\'..rr"ert .':9r: v.' .".t 2% pe1 state....- -- -- ----
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f*'n. M.lton (*.lrp.'r. "r. *\*:.> js ;::Mt and that a ",:al*< tar I'* :r-<>t..I\. I
>.."..t! it the r\\\l h.at V1 -\'- 'F: -t'rt. U 1 and :-. pen.Iinaa brief 2 '.,*! "lorM1eri fr.,... .} i'a are teen In .r:r Iecsl: :: if a1rs . EVERY R:1'EI:11LY
l leave trori the! X. -., ith his h. fl'llfl,,". I. virves* I .
\\\ part -c I t I.f g.'v." rz".'r: "' :':'0 t .; ..
nt:*' in I'-ihokei. :!",' for the t.r.-'t.,* :::.t'o* SI cir , .
I 1!: t."n ; d t IX r..i : :: r ire .iiscar. I nOllU.E: : :2nd & ;3rd
Mr .\n.1Ir.* Chrle .\_ It\k'r f rporiti w aT CJest i" *-!' .. S" hens ret \\'. t" d...
returned t>, Oii'eiIe: S.,:1..Jiter \. A'- i-tfcer copise it O.,...'a".:a .tn.! I t dared I"The t
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sprndinc: tKe Csn-, tnis \\eek- Fell'i-rere! In fe F\reli..- i...st. <'f o',r ,-:ate v '...+rr- in i - - - -- - -
t-rd with his p.ut'nt"Ir: ant :\tlh.:1 T-e first three pure 1..1J iif I..' ..: his .,I. :""o1 trnn S..ei efe.lI' :
\\; Hiker 1:1 (*.1!ul Poet anther >til of 9.) nieTnv....! 1.t..* -\ff\ ,i .' Ir Itt'., :0 $IZ.3o.,iirw. ) ; lril" :. I NO :MINORSIMITTEI: >
"..H''r.tS.r :and Mr R \\'. anal more were she:'ill'.. p'ri'drally ;- I" te.t.l ,,i tr> rc: t., find th.r..; *" I
\Vend n 1'ihokter The plane* !.rs: 11n.i ter'I Ifr f t a x our L\-E'rI'Ir.'r.t !Ir9.lerishot.I : I

-- a"..! Mr t:. Sin :\ttl.'in'; -n: Ji-.ac-i: the workers 'l.1 : try !.) '.-h*>\*' th" tote b=*r.1ei ': SPECIAL: CI.rBHOrSE 1 SERVICE i
h-!\\" turned to MIITI after a r.1..l. U'rn::.t ::-l niat'.i"n ad : Tara tan b.- .--.: *-i-i'*, fl--
holiday r.nd Mrs L. U. stuokov: in Piio- s;Azar-canoe m ndMry.:: eny !tae pa se.i.:' rPage -= _ - - -- -- -- -- --- ------


Friday, January 2. 1918 The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Page FIn

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WillisBurney Will: return to Thoma ville on Jav Pierce Gate McQuaigGillilandMiss hone on 13th St.. m West all

3 to continue her teaching at tae Beach
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Miss Margaret (Peggy) Will school there for the remainder of Miss Joan Cate daughter of Mr Jo Ann Gilhland. daughter CIIIRCH OF' CHRIST

Burney of Boston Ga, daughterof the current semester and plans tD: and Mis. p. M. Cate. Sr. formerly of Mrs J. W. Baker of Goose SCIENTIST::

Mis. Gertrude Gakin;: Burneyand return to Pahokee in FebruarHamilton. -\'. cf Patokbt'came the br.de: of Creek. Texas, became the bride of "GOD" is the subject of the
.. i* George Pierce, son of Mr. and :\Irs. Charles Franklin McQuaig. Jr..
tie late "'i1liamVirt Burney.hecame LE'$-()n-S rffi"n which will be read'
Harry P. Pierce of Leesburg. Fla.. son of Mr and Mrs. C. F. McQua.rSr ;
the bride of Charles Griffin StanleyMr. in Churches of Christ. Scientist.throughout .
at a double ring ceremony held at .. of Pahokee at a ceremony: he'!:1
(Windy) Willis of Pahokee at the world on SundayJanuary
the home of the bride's parents nLeeburg at the Church of the Latter Day
:a ceremony held at the brideV and Mrs I. E. Hamilton of 4.
on Sunday. Dec. 21. The Saints in We-t; Palm Beach on
h.me: on Christmas Day at 3 p. m. Pahokee announce the engageme' ThGold.'n Text: is: "Thus snf:'
vows; were repeated by the coupleas Sunday e.t'ningDt'c.. 2S. with the :
The vows were read by Rev. William and approaching marriage of their the Lord the King of Israel. anJ
they stood before the fireplacef elder of the church Elder Blair:
McKay in the presence of daughter. Miss Mary Louise Hamilton his redeemer! the Lord of host:
t-i C.ite home which was light-
immediate members of the family. to Ronald C. Ftanl' :.... son o! officiating I am the firs. and I am the last
cathedral in -
"Th tapers candelabra
The bride wore a dress of magnolia Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Stanley I and flanked with Vows were exchanged by the and beside me there is m God"
pink wool with a matching also of Pa okee. The wedding i- I floor baskets couple as they stood in the presence (Isaiah 446>.
flower hat. Her accessories scheduled to take at the Pa I cr.rY.lr.thf'ams: in of relatives: and friends be-
-were plate with a tank of fern in the back Among the citation which comprise -
black and a purple throated ors hokee First Methodist! Church on fore the altar which was banked the Les-on-Sermon is the fo'-

chid completed her costume. She Thursday. Feb. 13. ground.The with fern white gladioli and romrom lowing from the Bible:: "The ;gJ hr,.

is a graduate of South George :\IiHamilton is a member of bride, given in marriage by and lighted b\ white tapers of the Lord snail endure for ever:

College and Piedmont College and the Senior Class at Pahokee High *-er father wore a white wool two- in candt>la bra. the Lord shill rejoice in hiwor't<:

has been a member of the facultyof School. Mr. Stanley is a graduate piece suit with light lizard accessories Nuptial music and the tradition- . I will sins, unto the Lord 33

the Thomasville. Ga.. School. of Pihokee High School and served and a corsage of sweetheart wedding marches were plal long as I live: I will sing pruv
Mr. Willis, son of the late Xna for two years in the Navy during ioes.Miss' bv Mi=Connie Oburn. VioIini;;:. to my God while I have my being

Griffin Willis and Lewis!' Augustus the war with overseas duty in Am Lee maid of honor. and F.Id..rIcCarth ', pianist.: 1 My meditation of him shall K:?

Willis!,, is widely known the Pacific area. He atterd.-d I II way tKe bndo's only attendant and .
through- The bride wore a winter white I sweet: I will b> glad in the LonI
mil the Glades area where he hs I I Howard College. Birmingham. 1 Ernest Brown was best man. gabardine(' suit with wk a("C"- I i Psalms 101:31.33.3-1\.

served for several years as com- Ala..tnd is now a student! at Mrs. Pif"ITea.; a student at the i sones anal a san" hat withw The Le-son-Sorm.>n also incu-*
rre-cial igent for the Atlantic University; of Florida where he Pihokee School for several, Year I I I
veil. Her corsage; wa of pink the following passage from tht
Coast Line Railway with offices ir.I I studying to be a medical lh'I I anti graduated from the Leesburg: nations. ca'--I i Christian Science textNxik. "S.*terce -
High School after which she at-
Pa iokee.: I tory teihmcian. Mc prothv Mine : "\ . : aid Health! with Key to the
I'. -.- n'Uti Stetson ,
UniersitMr .
Follow a w'dolingtrip to Miami a pile Yf'llnw1I1t with MicK accrssorus iCC!;ptl!!', ;' "y Ml.tker lktv:
find other points in FloridaMr. j I Weldon Cardin i* spending thhoiidivs Pierce was in tie! service for threoand .'f '
i ii and v;{earner a coTsr "The time for th:". 'f':;< Ins oonv
and Mrs Willis are now at with his; father. C. A. half years Burin the war and ,
rink carnations. was her sister'rtairi . Iffnoiamo of Coil is no longerthe
their home in Pa oke('. Mrs. Willis I'I Caulin in Miami. is row attending. the University fFlonda t* I of honor.Kenneth >.te*>pnsr-"tone to faith. The

"I Gilhland. brother of only gu:i"antee lof oh'd-ence! is aright
.. at th" '
- Following a reception
, -- - --I II the bride! was beat man and Donald appithen-ioM < f Him whom
Cite home the couple left for a I
I B,t7 and Alvin Lanway were I I to know aright iLife ettrnil'
II II I I short honeymoon at Palm lear'.h.i..ushers. I j I Those from Pahok who atten l- "
I At the reception! hell at thchurch "
:H Shrubs and Trees eci the wee iintr and reception weir fulvl 'in:; the o"Miowith *."..-.
Mr;;. H Williams.. Mr. and Mrs.
I TH) guests present. :\Yr-. Baker
: I Robert F. C'haml.'rlain.Ir.. ant
wa a i'tp.1 in the entTtinmsjbv .
: i ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL Mrs P. M Cate. Jr. and diughter.I her ister.i Mis I.I'norantfL('

Charlotte Ann. I Mrs. Glades Kirk was in charge o'
-.. Prince
I Theatre
the bride's table and Miss Corrine .
Authorized Sales and Service !
Anong those who attend the Lawrence presided at the punch ,
t family reunion at the home of Mr. howl. \ti"s Xeldi Gillilind. anot"i- j
JACOBSEN POWER AND i and Mrs j. K. Henderson in S'>uth I er sister of the bride. wain Pahokee Florida

Bay Sunday wl'rt'Ir!'. Bertha *_ charge of the bride's book.I .
Starling. Mrs Becky Starling-*->
I I The bride is a graduate of Palm
i Judy Starling Mrs. Roy Segr-". Reach high School. Class' of Wi. ; SundaIndayJanuary.t:

; I Allen Segree and Mrs Minnie L I pr,I.is now mplo\ed bv te Sam
I Hughes. all of Pahokee. They wer-> F Xicht.ls' and son realtors II j -

1 }1 I accompanied hyIr" tarlinf:''* :\MrQ'msr- attended the Palm I
Open Wednesday and Saturdafternoons
i-i:tor and house cuest. Mrs Sherman n.-"ic'wi Hi
1100 Southern Bhd., West Palm Beach I Ii i| Taylor: and son. Tom of of the Pahokee high School
Winter Haven and bv Mrs. R. M. "HIGHBARBAREE"
_._._ I H !nerved' in the Navy for three :
u.n. -
i_ . _ i i Baker of Jacksonville.71t,7AQ' years d'irinsr the war and i!' now :
as'neiated' with the Rutled.Motors "'
in West Palm Beach.
+ Q' +, At71QA+"i p fA:7AlJA 1}?{:1+2 A Ar,7A:9R -t%A"TA+?A iA!{ /.lA +,7 ?A ?IQAJAfa After a brief honeymoon Mr

V and Mrs MoQuaig will make their : tarring

I Van -John on

'. Classified Ads I Claude Jarnian. Jr.

June AllysonUNKLE
SEPTIC tanks and grease traps
arsriTOLK5 ... ...
cleaned and repairt'd.Phon |

p ; 3 72. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. Ml7cj .

FORi.F:New -Rills Jf'f"p.I .
: ,., :
j Walter Ashley Garage BH! :1.1..J

Glide. Phone 126. Jllch

? r3 LIT toriTi\(Toi: :..-!th nit' if LAUGHING AT OTHER -,

i; c ) TJT1 '"1r I you wart. t<. *'11. 1 can get t"1'. PtOPUt'S LOOKS, SHOULIT_

\,'rv K:;;t prices 1.. B. Cook Ph.on GET THEMSELVES ANEW
9 .11. P.. lie (:la.!"_ 1)1'\.1
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1,1 1 KOI.MI:: Ford Tru< k HM..-,..nI s

l'L'J." vI; ,(} ;"4 I .h""pt with dump h.*lIn go
I -.-- ., -oJ : ..n C A. B ud'y Ph-r.e 1n.
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t B.IV: Glide

I'OK s \I.K:: TO ore room h"is, s t >

i$ e. \t the niajdc stroke of 12.: the Ness Year i. 3will I IH rr.o\ed Just right:; for q-tar'I I' ft ftI
: .'r.=. >n'-Ort C A. Bilej.: Pho.; !

!f bilge Its. ails,ent marking the turning: t |I70.I Bt.H" Glad- i t

of another pare in the hook of our li\e. b I 11F- \ nl' \KK lrxkir.g- for a homo} ,

if I..., there i before u.. j elejn uhite |Ita p nice! Own"r ":txng town: an.JI = .

Mall I I ..-nou-uhite I filar II''c.: I jfva\s sill at r..llc.I pritt if caTj i
(i'I' Hin CiUrt. - .. : .. w.1 1 "
sell! note m" now i iiv t'; Sh-mniv:
\.1: recorded the 'eiltof the oiiiiiii ibe :: : _
: .1 I .'r. !'Lora2a7I.. D2'V:; I Blues"away! Our new m'.I.'m

What -hall .be written tI're'un l I' yet; ,.it:\T: '"If> acres of gorii' -q'Jlpm..r.t .naMp
.Xaza of jieae.and titiMiliuiil. of hajjMiif >. tt : T-J 'nr sjri'-e.C!(p .\\aii! > rt Tire W .ar. Steering Faul"
GlvL> G.-)1pt.mps
now .;":1n..n.* :
1. .: jiid j ji \ ."f health and ",'ppinTh..t{ I (. A B.u--y.! Ph..r7o, art ....n..raIr: '.r. :your rir

Belle! r.la.jo 1-1a. : Itn\ ,n t. ,lt\ ant have Join
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r:vre t.,x 2 hp r.1umt.. I air g' !I.r'J' a' r 1 ah r....1
J' rf'\r'h.n and 1 wilk-n d.">r

tI ("':cap: "_, I. G..iOf'r..u:: 'u..n**"

s I>'l'. i" S.,..tt prn Pines at \...... tj LAKE SHORE

-'aln lies h V..Ztj11

lj7''fr i :;j I, MUM 7v 111A1'r..---:*.e:' .' MOTOR CO.

Kahn Dept. Store !i "_ 1 f'irnn: hand .i n.i :!\. .._ "' ,r .,., ...

fSt11 :ar. : T r ; tw. r'y years

s !| '' i iy: 't. *. p. n- r.t.trp** f \ .. -
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Page Eight The Everglades Newt Canal Point. Florida Friday: January ". 1945

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Special Studies Are FAMILY REUNIONMr. News From Canal pen fore are planning a barbecue 1' DINNER I'AKTY

:: and Mrs. Duncan Padgett for this time with the Har- I Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. SenuUz
Planned By Baptists entertained with a Christmas dinner PointIethodist lan Sears and the Blairs as hosts.
i Sr, entertained with a dinner
and a family reunion: at their Newly elected! officers of the

Beginning: this Sunday Januat:'' home on Thursday of last week. A Service of Student Recognition Y.llI.F. are Cletus Hand president. ] party nt their home in Pahokee on
Mrs. C. A. held and Mane BlacKwell. Christmas day. Those: attendingwere
fourth thp First Baptist Church of Those attending were was last Sunday morn- secretary.The .
Pahokee will engage in a Prophetic -,' Shive. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Carpenter ing at the Canal Point Methodist Woman's Society of Christian I: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooper '

Bible Conference. Dr. H. F.. and daughter Carol. Mr. and Church. Speaker for the service Service will meet at the homeof Mr. and Mrs.: Earl Pysher and

Ressler father of :Mrs. Moberg.; Mrs. J. A. Dulany and son. Philip, was the Rev. Thomas H. West of Mrs. Harold Rosenberg on Tues- daughter. Beverly. Mrs. E. F.

will deliver the The! Mr. and Mrs. Sydney K. Smith. Chicago who delivered a challenging day. Jan. 6 at 2 P. M. The ladies Schultz and Mrs. Mane Canyon

church is most appreciative messages.of Dr.I Jr.. and daughter Gloria Miriam, : and inspiring sermon on are getting excited and nght'.y all of Miami: Mr. and Mrs. Earl

Ressler's consent to participate.Rev. of Belle Glade Mr. and Mrs. Ralph: "Youth in the Coming Age. so. over their new kitchen in the M. Schultz. Jr.. of Pahokee: Mr.

C. A. Moberg. pastor has Grimes and daughter. Rebecca, Sixteen boys and girls of th? Sunday Scho Bldg. Proceeds from and Mrs. S. E. Gammage and

been looking forward to the day Donald Padgett. Joy Padgett. Cal- Junior Fellowship recently enjoyed the recent Turkey Diner and Bake daughter of Lake \\"orth'arrcn

of this vin Padgett Miss Frankie Billmg- a picnic at Boca Raton with the Sale are going far toward outfitting Trupin and Arthur Howard of
when an annual conference
ton of Gainesville and John T. pastor. All local trucks being in the kitchen. Mrs. C. L. Stuartis West Palm Beach.
nature could be arranged.It
is planned to invite outstanding Pickett. Jr.Lovda use for the day the young folks the Society president. --

Bible expositors of the .. .. piled into the station wagon furnished Miss Imogene Hotigh. student
by the Joe Edenfields for nurse at the Alachua County Hospital -
that this might be countY'I S. T. Ray has returned to Macon
I Williams the occasion. Gainesville, is spending th-
Ressler has made a Ga.. after a1sit with big
of the Junior holidays in Pahokee with her uncle
Regular meetings
study of the prophetic phase of the Has Party BarbecueMrs.
Fellowship will be resumed on sister Mrs. W. H. Key, in Pahokee. and aunt :Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rawls.
Bible. As a physician and professor -
1 9 at 3:30 when
of anatomy of New York University H. Williams entertainedat Friday. January will be chosen for: another ..;.....-1...... .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .
he is in a most favorable her home with an outdoor party new fun-packed sides contest. I.r.. r .- v 9' ra i..v......v..t..r..Y'..t..-,a- .f..t..r s s..s s* .y..,s s y. .4.

position to delve into the similarities ;- and barbecue honoring her dau t>-
Youth Fellowship meetings will <;
that exist in the worlds of Vie ter Lovda on Saturday night, Machine Headquarters :
be held each Tuesday night until I 9 .
natural and spiritual. Services Dec. 27. Outdoor were enjoyed -
games 14. Underwood Typewriters
further notice. At the next meeting .:a
will be conducted nightly at 7:30 by the guests on the patioof :
the parts for the proposal <. AddingIachine c".
through Sunday January the 18th.
the Williams home. :
: Marchant
Fellowship Ministrel Show will be Calculating Machines i
As this is a Bible conference
were Roy
attending a
passed out and we shall go thru lott- A. B- Dick MimeographsElliott
the usual revival preliminaries will . :
Spooner, Nancy McCoy Jimmyand
the play for the first time com-
be omitted that most of the hour Gay Schoeppel. Jon Pope. Stella Addreso Graphs :

be devoted to the subject in que'- Sue Barnes Nancy Hillier, pletely.The Married .:... F & E Check Writers .,;.a
Young Fellowship
tion. It is planned to limit these Louis Pope. Don and Max Beverly -
will meet at the parsonage on ::( HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. :::
meetings to one hour. An interesting Wayne Burdeshaw Carol Carpenter -
Jan. 12 at 8 P.01.. The
feature will be the question Charlotte Cate. Elmer El- Monday. :, Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach :
date is announced in advance to .ary't
box. which contents will bi liott. Kay Friend. Joyce Lyn
answered the night of Friday the Hurt Donna Gail Jensen Sandri remind all members to keep it <*as a<{as >< a<*a< >*asj>*>< ><,a< s rs< i. ai

16th. A Bible essay contest is Long, Fay Mackey. Jeanmn -

alco planned. A most cordial invitation Mock. Rupert Mock Jr.. Allen Se- I

is extended to all interested gree Roberta Hatton. Judy Stan-

to attend. The following and ing. Chuck Elliott Pat Elliott. l

other teachings will be presented, Donna Lynn May, Ini Wade

"The Spirit World. The Trinity Phoebe Ann Ramey, Judy Chandler -

The Devil Fallen Angels Demon-I Joe Edward Beverly ClirFaulk. ... '.--.---= -

i ism. Hell Spiritual Underworld. Robert Mosely, Janet Mostly 9' ;:,

Second Chance Miracles'. S I ,
J The Conscious Dead, RcsurVeCt&ns. i rift and Tom Taylor) r !

Death Protoplasm or: I| . .
God. St>'*ord Oimirtr Onr-t.** All I
are invited to bring their Bibl-s Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Jackson hays
and questions. I 1 as a guest through the holiday:. /

their son. Tyler. Jr.. student Pot
., . Georgia Tech University. %
Otto R. Bleech has returned i

from a visit with his mother Mrs.G. Miss Nell Dunaway has returned -

A. Bleech I and brotherinlawand from a visit with her siste-. ---=:::::::
F;<**e.. Mr. nod Mrs. Col/in MisSara Dunaway- in VaMosta. :

Parker in Jacksonville. Ga. -


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TOAST TO 1948 !

We extend to

you and yours a cordial This year, as "Auld Lang: Svne" rings out the old year toasts

greeting for the New Year. H ill be made throughout the land for a happy, prosperous :') IS.

May some of the Make your toast very special salute to food cheer . makeit

happy spirit of New Year's Eve a promise to yourself: for more flavorful enjoyment

be parceled: out for all next \ear Resolve to enjoy golden mellowJAX !

through the long stretch of daysas Beer whenever the t caMon calls for sparkling

1948 dole out delicious refreshment, and remember

the Good Luck we wish for you .hat god food knows no riner. companion than JAN

.'.c Drink of Friendship Serve JAX. the

cre.it regional beverage thrm'.als., .

Enjoy JAX often just by itself


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