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: January 30, 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
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: UF00079910:00319
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Three Of State's Hospital AllowanceFor VISITS GLADES i Howard A. Jackson Work ScheduledTo

Glades Raised Died Wednesday

Most Able Judges n rh I Start TodayOn

Allowance .6. residentof
for charity hospitalization :tea Howard A. Jackson.
for the Western Palm I Pahokee for the past seven
Ask RenominationFlorida Conner's
Beach County Public Hospital x-eas. died at a West Palm Beach Hiwav

Board was increased $200 per .e. iI hospital Wednesday. Jan. 28.: at
month by the County Commissionat 11:40 a. m. He had been of ell
has many circuit judge State" Road Department Division -
its meeting Monday. The board health for several years.
of distinction and the Fifteenth
operates the Pahokee Hospital and Mr. Jackson native of La- F.ngint'l'r"at n in Fort
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Judicial Circuit (Palm Beach and
the Belle Glade hospital.The i Grange. ImU came here from Lake Lauderdale today notified Count:
Broward Counties is particularly
action was taken" on a mo- : ;e Worth and was widely known Commissioner" Paul Rardm that
fortunate in having three of the
tion by Commissioner Paul Rardin .a throughout the Glade area as work us scheduled to start .'rh.1Yn1tJrnin
outstanding judges of the state.
who explained that the increaw "Dad" Jack.i the Fuller brus'i on clearing the tempot
Through the they have served
years was necessary because of the fact man. He was a number of BPO:: nry dike off Conner's Highway;
this circuit they have won
that the county has "inherited"" L state-wide fame" for their fairness
. many charity C3"inC't'" the XI- annncementsill: be dition.
in handing down decisions.
gratory Hospital ceased operationat : announced! by Borry's Funeial Mr. Watson said that the J. I'
Judges Chillmgworth, White and i
Belle Glade. Home. Manly Construction Company 01
Tedder make the trio who servo , .
up The increase now makes the -. Leesburg had been gixvn- the j.v
the two great counties of Palm county's contribution to the Western x - --- by the State Road Department

Beach and Broward. This week Palm Beach County Hospital Pahokee Lions Hear : Plans call for complete clearance

they jointly announced their candidacies Board $ -00 a month. Rardin said. i of the 55. HX) yard of muck in tn
for renomination and it Guard CommanderCol.
.. .. temporary dike and patching oi
goes without saying that they will ED FRASER I I the many holes in the paxemer.tThe
be renominated without opposi- Football Squads Are Hartwell of West Palm dike was built between 11-
tion. Their years of experiencein Beach commander of five units o: row of pine trees alongside' thecanal
office have made them three of Guests Of LionsThe
| National Guard in Florida
State Senator Ed FraT, Mac the and the highway. Thereforethe

the state's most able jurists and clenny nurseryman" and a candidate i was guest speaker" at the Tuesday muck will have to be push"tacross
their abilities are fully appreciated 1917 football squads fo Pa i luncheon meeting of the Pay the highway:: onto the mv

by the electorate. hokee and Belle Glade High: t! for state comptroller was i I ihokee Lions Club. Introduced by shoulder before the road patching

Judge C. E. Chillingworth and Schools were entertained at a barbecue visitor" in the Glades yesterdaySenator A. J. Lively: rector of the Pahoke can be started.A .

Judge Joseph S. White of West on the Elks grounds in Pa I Fraser has many friends Episcopal Church who served a' week ago Monday Commissioner

Palm Beach and Judge George W. hokee Wednesday night of last in this area who were interestedin a chaplain in the Army during the Rardin appeared before the

Tedder of Fort Lauderdale make week with members of the Lion i his campaign. two years ago, war the speaker asked the assistance Road Board in Tampa and sought

1 the Fifteenth District's group Clubs of Pahokee and Belle Glade when he was elected to the officebe of the Lions in organizing a immediate work on Conner's Highr -

<,' most able and efficient jurista.AH jointly acting as hosts at the an- again seeks bvfy-f.* f>t-fiQin National Guard vnit .in the FMko-.. y. llr aaa promised by Chairman
will run In both PalnvBeath libal affair.. Also guests were the serving through a technicality. Canal Point area. Bayless and State Hlghwax

and Broward counties which compose cheer leders. coaches and teacher: . Rev., C. T. Howes announcedthat Engineer DeGarmo that the work
the 15th judicial circuit. of both schools. next week the Lions and Rotarians would get underway soon. Acticron

Judge Chillingworth gave out Talks were" made by Emmett will meet jointly in the the road in ten days after thprnmLse

this statement as spokesman for Robert, president of the Bell Alvin ArmstrongInvents First Baptist Fellowship Hall on was made shows that the

all three: Glade Lions: Principal Frank Hobson I Friday. Feb. 6, at 12:15 p. m. to Road Department realizes the importance

"We announce our candidacy for Coach W. H. Cook and Team Device hear a talk by Mrs. Paul Moser I of this highway betwe

renomination In the Democratic Captain McDonald of the Belle millenary' to the Philippines ani : Canal Point and TWf'ntI1T..'
primary as circuit judges for Palm Glade School: Principal D. D. Cau- Siam. who has been assigned to : Bend.

Beach<< and Broward counties. dill. Coaches Clyde Alley X. L For Spearing Fish speak here by the Florida Chain At the Tampa meeting Cha l-

'Our pledge to the people of Garrison and Ralph Gress an i of Missionary Assemblies in coop-I man Bayle. pointed nut that the
this circuit is a continued active Team Frank Gillis of the I Council of
Captain t ration with the local i iI highway will be completely rebuilt!
co-operation with the members or Pahoker School. I Alvin II. Armstrong has invented I Church Women.Hooks i ii in the future to meet the over-all
the bar. the officers of the courtand Sam Berry represented the Belle a new device called a "G< "-
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--+-. plan of th1T S Engineers in
those who have business' before Glade Lions and Rupert Mock, the pear which has been accepted bv i
'I their far-reaching flood contioi
the court to the end that Pahokee Lions on the committee leading dealers as the most< attractive Open For
for th-
program being mapped
justice shall be administered fa.r- in charge of arrangements. Tha.ld and efficient device of this
Lake Okee hol-ee
ly. efficiently and courteously." Whidden served as the barbecu nature on the market The "Gasj.ear" Glades Registration ( Region

All three candidates are veteran chef. is manufactured by Th'F'acdity ---

public officers. -- Pro.!ucts Co. nfIlaM!, Registration hooks are open :r
Junior fetters
Judge Chillingworth has been '):1 who cow have orders from Cubi, the Everglades! town Region.P .
PHS Basket Tossers
the circuit court bench since 1921 ; Brazil and other'uth American .AVitt I'pthegrovo has otfic Regain Win StreakThe

oath time out to serve in World Win Over BoyntonAfter : Ccnintnes.' as well as whol('**'.' '.{'en in Canal Point Pah..k.n

War II. lie also is WorM War I : c'ealers of Flordi. !; B.-lle reI.,.!... Chosen. South Bay Pahrik' Junior High Im>

veteran. lie is a former" county being defeated by Be'l- t Tre "Gaspar"is! being displayed and Lake Harbor. Every porson ir eagf-rs got bark into their early

judge.Judge. I ":Tat!.> three games in a row. Fruliynic by B-ird.ne"s: at the Snorti: :? ':. the Glades who wishes to tak season stride the past week by
Tedder serving in his I :t the Pahoke- Senor HigM Ooo!-= Crrventwn: in =New York: part in forthcoming election! mus making clean sweeps in gan.e

present' capacity; since 192P. also basketball tennis came back tro".: City. al... on f'xhlht: by MiamiL''tvcr.ity Jt'It.r.! Mr. l"pthro\'f:: print with Ltk.'orth and S<..ith flay

is a former county judge. to take two gmes from Bovnti' Ithf' Maritime Ex- out. I In the I..ak.'trth contest! nt
Judge White l.. a former state h.hjt. 1! Registration this will bt
in the local gym Tuesday nirht I U. t..al J gym on Thursday! night/:
attorney and for years was eng In the Bell.Glde contes-t? tie T:;. 'G i"r-a- 'c a hithlv:: ef- t pri.-T.rnt The newtup: for t>f I-tst wk the Imp's first string

!5-i rr.-K-tr e <>f IT" here H-. Rlue"Devil-tt were h-' first tot f TtVe fi'hircdevi!'.- which is d!-- .:-i-tratson takeawiv: all r.ece.t : '-' barely} no-i out the visitors 12 te,
hit sb--rn a circuit ri.U" s' > I'f r t .c.rti' for G->g;;K F.s'.iermen : ..f se-rf-gi-tering in the futtirf
humbletl. l' !':njr their >.t-\ >n I :: >p i :> >- > 11. with Carr.ev Wilder'-! "'.In'".
IP"?. I :z.ie: in astanv <' tart.fo (:1""* The "Gaspear";: .= eq'ia'.iv c.. li.rtf as the "t-r ( ..ntinu.1 t.v < and !:(.nmt' Max12. pat-ire tae'Pah'.kee
-- - Bflle Glad.girl. lei to 13. The effective from aootht' water . m this set ion !IIC".nnan(1 Itr.n Stites 1.

Fngineer Namefl j H-5e: PvJ B team l-v..t to t::" The "Ga>r>..ar" i i.. capable of
Ram 21 to V. area the .\ loan the l-irch' tool steel spear an Bill Golden Offers h*> pr. l.n.marx-.> F'ahok Jtini'-
To Inspect BuildingAt Wt r.tlown.. 3.1 to 23. in th< final :r.ch into pine wo-l or sending: it !'.<>*" w..n 21 to 1" with l rnv
cor.test. 12>> f.*e. through the air. and Advanced Training HiT hfk hseh rir' man. It1"yr

a iv.">" t:*tg;: of the rat: ;<rv T:-' T'.T":!". .>c f..>*' ':r"J'T -.\'aT.rKn ,c

City Council Tuesday ht Wilev, day: night when the ITl:e l evil "rsrvf..r ..nx-rc powe :- Bill (.'.t-in.! rrpr:..t.-r 'f tr., T. 7-,.!O
G:1lespi of Jacksonville, member of ,..1. 'd by their sharp- !'ifjlied h>
the waterworks engineering firnf IC81.n.: sm.'t1h.pI.n.:::c Ct'ntt'Y" !!'' ca->. available at any tn-i t...,.. m.1 I\ at het ..rat.l7at'-; "i'.*'!"- the A learn v.ird (.n 1' :o i

.> Smith and Gille.pi which drew ClarkT h- '*'.. <" ut4 li,:*e.l te'Boxnt'i store The "Gi- peir'comr' has t..n arl.rnved bv ('..\ .\ f'n.anr..J the B tam !:r.aUrr.ar. .>f

tN plans for the city's $:"'.,.(1 *i: .\ t.1-it. 32 to Cl In th- 1 IT'.T.; : :" n"ran' ,swsxI welc+.s"v ...- train-re All lormitr to 'v;'r-ir.t Sr.-ith Bay 1n ;.

waterworks: expansion procramXi I Iprehrmrarv.. Blue IVx-,1] B tei-n , -. r 'I" i" a. \entnev; ;r.e: ,," may:, r...-*- talcip tr !trir. : wren the pr.>!intnarv wash p1l.nt.
.I .. ,: ,'. 11 < >-, .- 'r. .! -: 'a-. .' Pi, r.-J>n-oj ..
> 'irteere t.1 serve .i m pe ;ti :itnsj.r.o. I No < -ate.i! they Boxr.t' r+ for private: ;dl..t. enrrtnercat! pk '.2 three 1'1'un.I. + anM.iv!

..r .n the piojet until alf =:.r tee tae wifi: Charts: 1'::lt.r. ar. '. H ',:-A-C. -.. I'M'-. ;rf-- f1! e-.t: .r. ''.' t..->- *T-= :--l!I-f\ Th.: . frth!"". tr'rlc' th. = .

.:r....- tl.'n for the P.'",\ tan.ire II'. 'h\t: ('h t .. V ra.r; the -, .'t.::_ -.- n'.r.e Mr 'IN:'l' .. tn.lI taa -; .l--rldlt". k

.' T!l.- .,.I Wit:'. t:x.haket." each Two Constables f.'...-' '':''I:: oin rte eL!. rot )..b '.\1 st R t'irn games xth So i''e J'

The rt.,.isnation of Ker.reth Metricis -- ----_ I;I .rar-g: liis> p.h' np n-lint. r a' <-.fh .V *rd H teams will K .

.:t\. bmlJire inspector wii'"- F1o.let! po-.sltry t'ree.ers wll: o- Qualify To Hunt It.t.ad.:! !. :s 1p'" t:1: t f'-r par *nl t v "... Imj t"s! Kr-.rtay t .O*

celled by the council at the able to .or.tinue th" ir search: f '. t.- ',:.;u'" re tn -o* I'ah'l'irvm. mrr .

n-.e-trt= a superior rfat-tyke fh-tcker. ...- t" -- : '. Fra"r.'-! < an: -- .- -g at 7 p m
--- Ve :I.kt.r.-<'!..Tnrrlrr.Co.t: O.---b!. n.N \...":tlo: '.k ouj' C"'mrnf'rn] canrirf: fr.u' I ---

Mr' and Mr Joe H.Uton. Sr: w .!l b.> continued through lf'4-. -t .f..-: T .rs! -.ax r .n:I t. r r.norrr.a ant xee.tAb!>- in: t!h. Cr:!teedtats W {t. Kaufman *r*nt .*+ ww...:-

had. a* guests tae past week r.-, wa recer.tlv am.ct"d'l:1:.rr- ; :.("n I r. the P-tr-: <- ratic rncnao"Whit has rspan4.1 ,,;n('.. 1'a' 1 f'r-.J In f".r! 1 l.a".roi. v.fitfir h.wf .-

brother and slater-In-laa. Mr a.1J i alit!: r. ,,(':\.t' $;.(>.'O in rrz.s aarxp lock 'f Bl!* G'a-' ni-niii: a rate r.f I. ::r.1 !a.t r than the .. and r .l1r! .n why. are tttYLs

:Mrs Robert Hattra and ctildrc:I I n1 t.v Ate Foul :trrs.. vie a.t :r. P.:ftr-,: A Crr '.f Cr- Par -;". r-rn..t ; ;: 1-r..lint.-n T'. Arn..r 1 g's'. 'f p.p T't.-' :

of West Talrr. Beach ( 'p- .,";*' -.rg the contest il -:da'e f r .rr Ih.-tr-t 7' are ('an C',r.panv r.p'rts t'ar :!yt


Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday January 30. 19 IS

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Mrs. Fraser Named Dr. Fred Barnett To I I Many Attend Palm

Circle Chairman Speak At Pahokee 0: Lake AssociationThe
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region i
Established Published Friday Baptist Church Sun. j i
1924 Every
Mrs. L. J. Fraser was elected I Pahokee and Canal Point
...% Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe 1 j i
of the Simonson-Lair Baptist Churches were well -
I, A treat is in store for allvna:
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Circle. Pahokee First Methodist i:I i attend tho First Baptist Church of at the Palm-Lake Association

Canal Point. Florida. as Second Class Matter .VSCS. at a meeting in the churc.a:(i Pahokee. Sunday morning at mooting at the First Baptist
Mor.ilay afternoon. Other officers ,,.eleven o'clock!. Dr. Fred Barnett. Church in West Palm Bea.'iTuesday.
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher '::who will be in this area Sunday .
elected for the coming year were
and Monday under the auspice of
Mrs. Arch Blakey, vice chairman I the Pahokee-Canal Point Ministerial -' Those attending: from Pahok<2
Inflation Hits TouristsA and program chairman: Mrs. William -, Association: will speak. In trot included Mrs. Lucy Batchelor. Mrs.

winter visitor has offered the opinion that if there are McClenithan secretary: Mrs.J. .: humble opinion of the pastor Rev. I II G. C. Connell.Ii Carol Phillip..
fewer winter visitors in Florida this year, the decreas.? V. Thomas. treasurer and Mrs.j C. A. Moberg. this good man is,.Mrs. L.1.. Mullis. Mrs. Kalpu
l:. J. sunshine chair-
probably i is due to inflation. He reasons that a large percentage Simonson J I worth any sacrifice one may bej Grimes. Mrs. C. B. Starling. Mr:;.
Florida each winter j called upon to make in order to
of the people who come to are man.Xamed : -
on the church floral com- I Ii I C. A. Batchelor Mrs. Paul \\ aton -
hear him. That he might; have
with fixed income and that
individuals retirement and ,
mittee for February were Mre. L i, ample time to do justice to whatEver Mrs. T. W. Knight Mrs. Ho--
for many the ener:'! increase in the cost of living has madea \V. Armstrong and Mrs. Susan:; subject fee chooses to use. the ace Unwin. Mrs. A. C. Santo. Mr.
trip to Florida: too expensive. Rrnfro. for Sunday, Feb. 1: Mr.' j regular Sunday morning preliminaries -J. H. Wilkinson Jr.. Mrs. J. C.
When we consider i also the higher cost of traveling, by G. \\'. Byrd Sr.. and Mrs. R. V.Hirt. will be dispensed with. Extra Mock. MrsF.. G. Gilhs. Rev. and
any method of transportation, the higher costs for living Feb. S: Mrs. Paul Riddle and I chairs will available.'. \iI I Mr*. C. A. Moberg and their house
commodl.tionrent, food, etc.-it appears that this Mrs. L. J. Fraser Feb. 15; Mrs 1 I -. ..- II |J guest. Dr. H. E. Ressler of Chicago -
winter visitor may have something. People who live on an- C. A. Major: and Mrs. M. P. Hoi- Mrs. Pearl Apner has as house; Ill.
nuities, pensions, etc., find that their dollars won't po as far man. Feb. 22: Mrs. C. T. Howes I guests her son and daughterinlaw. -, Representing the Canal Point
and Mrs. J. R. York. Feb. 29. :Church were Mrs. C. R. Wether-
!because of inflation, and as a result there are probablythousands Mr. and Mrs. Merle Agner
Mrs. Blakey. whn has served as ington. Sr., Mrs. A. R. Scruggs,
of elderly people who would like to come to Flor- and their son of Indiana. ;
chairman of the circle for the pat Mr>. Charles Maxson. Mrs. Henry
ida, or who customarily do come south during the winter, . .
two years. was presented with a 1 Brooker, Mrs. C. B. Jones Mr .
who are unable to make the trip this 'ear.-Ocall Star- lovely gift of glassware by the o :\Ir. and Mrs. George Ferguson V. J. Bartram. Mrs. O. H. Char
Banner group as an expression of their!j and children plan to leave Pahok tain. Mrs:! J. S. Chastam. Mrs. ho.tiPinson
appreciation of her work. Rev. C this week to make their home ir Mrs. J. II. Bordeaux and
That Does It T. Howes was a guest. West Palm Beach. I Mrs. Connt'lly.WORLD'S .

In 1942 a Frenchman in New York wa learning English.
Finally he mastered the difference in sound between bough,

cough, rou'Th: though, through and thorough. lie was filled
with glee because he knew there couldn't be tougher obstacle GREATEST MID-WINTER EXPOSITION

in any language. But riding home from his lesson he MAGNIFICENT AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION
glanced over his neighbor's shoulder and saw a theatre-
story: heading which stunned him. He closed his eyes, then I LIVESTOCK POULTRY RABBITS FARM PRODUCTS

looked again. It still read the same, and hU exultation turn- GOLDEN CITRUS FRUITS ENTERTAINMENT GALORE
ed to despair.
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The quickest way across the street can be the most dangerous ;!
'; way. To cross in the middle of the block, rushing out ;:
from between parked cars, can be and too often is a short cut ,,1
to accident-and death .i.iI'
In Florida, 170 people were injured, 71 fatally, from these r
I', causes alone in our first peace year. In 75% of pedestrian j!
accidents the victims were walking in such a way as to con- !'
tribute to their own demise. Actually, drivers in relation to :
Mr. Motorist- pedestrians are more careful. "
Florida accident records for 1946 indicate that jaywalkers

MAKE are even more plentiful and careless and are pushing the '
SAFE.DRIVING pedestrian casualty rate to a new high. Someone must doA 'I'

HABIT some life-saving- and that someone is you.
When you cross a street or highway be personally respon-
sibie for your own safety. Don't expect the other fellow to
look out for you. Cross with the light if there is one with

1;; J- greatest caution if there isn't. It's up to you to walk safely "
(. and live longer. i iI
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Shower Is Given I R J. Schroder. Mrs Albert Snvde' Bennie Baxter Has Wo\I$. HOLD ai ri\t: ;
Mrs E.1.. :Meredith Mrs Sari Countv Welfare I I

For Miss HamiltonThe ::'oJcKinstrSr... Mr*. John T. I Birthday Party T:.e regular Business and pn-
Pickett. Mrs. Ralph C. StaIe::, .I
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ExplainedTo I fe-i'nal meeting of Canal Point
,1 Mrs \V A. Howell, Mrs Susan
Pahoke- romans Clubhouse Mr*, Sam McKm 'try. Jr_ entertained -
Renfro. MrV.. Bvrd. Sr. alts.C. WMS, was held at the church
was the scene Friday n' T. Howe Mrs Joe Hatton. Jr.. \ Club i.ondav E.ning"I11t'- .i"'I.'tti"n.l
of social vent in the ,, for her Benni:
a charming a son.
party ,
waJ" Mis .
by Ida
I Mr: H. C. Gta am. Mrs TerrySellerss given Brooker.The
form of a prenuptial shower in the Misses;; Joy Padgett. Bixter. who: was celebrating hissixoh Program was in charge of

compliment to Mix Mary Loui I'Yvonne Fraser Helen Howe. Members of the Pahoke W 0-- Krt..uanierar:>. ::'oYr-. Don Pm>:o!'.. Her subject w'i"Je.s .

Hamilton who will become the ,Gwen Gant Margaret Po-ell sn'- Club were r\tn a compre- After seeing the show at the Attitude toward women".
bride of Ronald C. Stanley at the Patsy Creel. Joan McLart\. Jan I hen-\e;; picture of the welfa- Prince theatre: Bernie and his : u>ir.zcriptuie John 14'l2*;.
Pahokee FirstIethodi"t'" Churchon Hamilton and Loretta Wilson all work being provided for .in Palm ;efts returned to his hnl"hl" e I Ith.y !i aIrs. Pir-on resigned a* 1st \'iaPresident
F'b 6 at 7 p. m. of Pahokee Beach County and in p rt-cuU'- enjoyed outdoor and I i and :\lr..-. J. S. Ch.tsta..tII
The y(>lIo'l.an'l preen color Guests attending from otit-o'- the Glades area. by the Board: of wiener roast which included marsh"I II:I was elected to fill the office Tr.members -
scheme used in decorating the clubhouse town were MrJoe Cher -v. Mrs C..I:1tCommisiont; rs in a talk !n' mrliews.; ne cream and cake I I i planned to attend the
was highlighted with gladioli Fritz Stein Mrs. F D. Stevens County Commix 5i ioner Paul Rardm Attending were Harry Brook=i I Associational m'ttingi:1 West'
in pastel shades anti a ;yellow Mrs Thomas Bregsjer. Mrs H. HWedgworth. ':at a meeting; in the dllhhu F.larlt't"" Danny PaJ t tt. Morr Tal:11 Beach Tuesday and thr
end green umbrella at the centerof Mrs ='. T. Taylor. :1 Tut'.danight. I Kenneviv. Freddie Blakey. David tlia.- of Mission; Programs in PaInok'v -
the gft table which was cohered Mrs. R. \V. Kidder Mrs Lee Hay- He gave a- total buJ::;et for Welfare i and Judy Cunningham. JohnnxBaion. |I Thursday .night.
with a lace cloth. man Mr=. Royt DeLaney the II wink in the county S115OOJ;' Choe Ch.oe Cate. Joeie AII1t I ----- -
Piano elections were played 'rv Misses Xancy Cro =man. Joanne: rl'is $20: .OX)) for \eteran bureau iTs.an. Tmmy."an't. and Moll: j Mr and Mrs C. F MiQiaig. Jr.
:Miss Miry Eleanor Kidder of Be le Livingston. Man Eleanor Kidder. Iten ircluded were general wei- n-i". nfg'er'atson.. Vonelle, I. of West Palm Beach pont' tic
Glade and Miss Joan McLartv Geraldine Draa. Kathleen Livingston fa:t '.': rk. >4000: hospitalization Davis Mr, and Mrs Perry Duke weekend with his parents and \'tr.u -
sang "Alwajs' accompanied at and Xan Praa. all of Belle $-!:).OnQ. T. B. work. SlOOOr Mr. and Mrs Klhe Davis and Mr relatives: in Pahokee.PLANTS .
tbo r> aro bv Miss Yvonne Leo Glade, and Mr;;. F. M "'il ")n. Mr=. mother's pensions. S9.00'). and and Mrs. Sam IcKiO! tr)'. Jr .
Fraser. Miss Jane Hamilton mister G. T. EchoN. Mrs Weeks Mrs D. pauper burials. S3.000, - -
of the bride-elect, was in charge L. Friend the Misses Barbara He also reported that a thre --
"if the brides book and Miss Gwen Jenkinson. Lois F.t>hoK Susan and-a-half-niilhon-dollar tuberculosis SPEAKS TO R.U"TISTS
Hantas a' contest prize winner. Connell and Shirley Connell. all of hospital will be erected at FOR SALEAnnual
In the receiving line with Miss Canal Point.Methodist. Lantana on 160 acres of county "The Cause and Cure of Juvenile
Hamilton were her mother, Mrs( --- -- owned land which has been do- Dehnqiiency" was the subject of a I PlantTransplantfl

F. Hamilton and Mrs Ralph C. GroupsTo nated to the State T. B. association talk by Rev. Froman Lincicomeevangelist i A-ter-: PanieSnaixlrasror..
Stanley She was assisted in the In speaking of the coann and lecturer, at a meet-: Larkspur and Petunia

,..pt"ningand display of the many Hear BarnettThe hospital, he said that a S20OOO. irg of officers and teachers of the I 3.:)c doz. 82.00 per 100
lovely gifts by Mrs. Roy Pop hospital had been completed an 3 First Baptist Sunday school in t't': I
Mrs Ernest Maxwell and Mrs Joe Men's Bible Class and tia opened this fall which provides Fellowship Hall Monday night It"Plumosa"

Tom Bojnton Refreshments were Victory Bible Class will have as care for 60 patients I The speaker has been conducting a i Nursery
served by Mrs J. T. Boynton. Mrs. I together next The county farm buildings hart holiness conference at the Piho-' .
-f. Cochran.. Mrs Roy Pope. Mrs special meeting just recently been remodeled ard kee Church of the Xazarene Following Edward OKon
l"rn<>,,t :\Jax.II.Irs.. Ellsworth : Sunday Morning at which meeting painted and the county children I the meeting r ?fresomer.T s

Keen and Mrs J. T. Holder, Fred T. Barnett will bo the speakrr. home now ha 43 children in ..tcare. were served ater:
1.o<'?:te<'::"'"', |ter. These two fine classes representing .\ county receiving home in I
Guests included Mrs D.V. i the Men and Women nf I I Lake Worth takes' oar of babe: : - : Pahokt.'l'1
Yo'ng. Mrs Homer Barnes Mrs the First Methodist; Church han I up to C year* until they can D.pi T ;1I'

I. been having.1 attendance and I .iced in foster home
I it is expected that at this servic** The commission has set up sr
next Sunday there will be a capacity -i the" budget 5120OO for a counts

I audience. Mr. Barnett Executive -!]( health unit. The unit will i"+-1'nr
Secretary of the United Flo-- !I'J staff of
full-t'me! director nur-
Prince Theatre ida Drys i> no stranger to Paho- I j'I and! sanitary engineers Mr Kird- I
Kee .k'n here before If'I
sad ?t his suggestion) rt'ulu I
i i'" with pleasure: we: look forma health: clinics were e.tthlished: a'I A Servant of the Glades
Pahokee. Florida l<> his return. i I the B, H.. Glade and Pahok hiss I
The Church announces the *-; cnnnnt I I'itnN and at the Cier t'nln"i:* ]I I
of "The Holy Communion",
; hospital: in Btlle Glado. a negt: "
Sunda o-\J: nday : at the Morning Worship Service .
; hn"IlitaI.'I.'h'rm ; Tn :Miami
with the Pastor using as his Communion 4 Buses
The ;; in this !=.>ctn n:>w
February 1-2 Meditation "The Change-,j have fi.ll-tmie director anal a s.... : Tn WiM Palm )leach
less Chri-t". There will be no Evening -' 1.. d\'i.lt'tl b',
| rotary. the time >ir., :
Daily To Tt MIT- X Uikel-.nd
Worship Service at the ehnrrTi i
'I hn't.'n Relic Glade and P ihokeeAt .
"The Romance of We will join in the :Mi"Mooting: the conclusion of his; talk
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the Pahokee at
at High '
Mr Rai- I i 7:30 p. m. to he'lrIr.. Barnett: I' check for S">0 to he used toward I! : Glades Motor Lines Inc.

Rosy Ridge"starring peak -. m'etingexpt'n.'t's of cond icting I ,
the recreational
Teenage Ta\ern. a
rrSDF.R' D.\\" project for the :youth of the Pa- j SERVING THE I
The Canal Point Parent-Tcac
hokee-Canal Point area' sponsoredby
Association will conduct its February GLADES"i I
Johnson the i
meeting the school auditorium !
Also:>> on the program Bill Bos- 11 I
Janet Leigh on Monday. Feb 2. at 8 p. worth. proprietor of the Florida i/

m. D L Friend program chair- Pictorial Service, !spoke on "TheArt !
Thomas Mitchell, man. will present .an interesting I of Photography" The speakers i

program in which Founders Div were introduced bv Mr,.. SamMcKmstry. !
:Marshall Thompson i \\illboobaerxeil. :Mrs: D. I... Fnenlpresidert. I .
Pr Mrs Thad Whi- .
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den sang; two vocal solos, accompanied
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at the piano by :Mr.: Oriel
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1- pit tllrt> chairman and Mrs Orin S ,
Bicon. fine arts chairman anJ I' Those Sensational I
members their committees .:1
I i NOTICEOur in charge of the program: and th.: GREYHOUNDSARE I

serving of refreshments! ,
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Stanley HamiltonThe RUNNING I

Telephone Number Has I
wedding of Miss MaryIx .
Niffhtly-Rain or Shine
Been Changed which i is
a >ui.s* Hamilton daughter of Mr
and Mrs. I. E Hamilton of Paho-
Rotating: Phone Service k f. and Ronald C. Stanley son at the

of Mr and Mrs Ralph C. Stanley, :
also of Paiok, will take place at PALM BEAOH
the First Methyl.st Church in Pihokoo '
No. 595
on Friday Fob 6. at 7 p m.,
I R.'%", Carson T Howe. pastor of KENNEL OLUB
the church will! officiate: aT t"ecardlelicht
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II tnII'n will Nh 'r .s::-ot'r'nu I 10 RACKS NIGHTLY 10
of b'.r-.r and'r.ls' att'rlitLnn
Walker will} U- Mr ta-l.n."'.* 1 I
I h.t r:.tn EI.\ard! Sa-l>'\' a" I JH .ea FIRST RACK Mir

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Friday: January 30 194S The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Pag "!..

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Lawrence JaudonTo "Cupid On Parade" 1 lerina. Mrss.: P.1.. Cate. Sr_ former: I Mrs.' Robert Chamberlain is recuperating -

i The Kin:: a:1:1 Queer lm descend -
Pahoke eresident. has returned to from an operation performed -
Be Honored By Arouses Interest ![ firm, their throne: ani lead
her home in Leesburg. Fla. aftera recently at Victoria Hospital -
their subjects in a Grand :\I'rc'1
Bible Class SundayThe visit:; with her dlUghter11'.3.. in Miami. She is expectedto
Keen interest is being manifested 1 followed bv a Paul Jone,; T::ere
; Robert Chamberlain who was :i be able to return to her homePdhcKee
will be plenty of fun for
largest attendance in the in "Cupid on Parade" which voting patient at a Miami hospital. this weekend.Mr. .
;and oU. Numbered heart? \\.11 N ._
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history the Pahokee Men's Bible promises to be the outstandingsocial
to each at the doci -.
Class excluding Easter, is expe t.d event in the Glades this Sea given Those person Imian W. Weeks was a busme and Mrs. M. P. Holman are
holding the heart. w'ilbe
i lucky
(. this Sunday to do honor to I visitor in Kissimmee on Wednesday visiting relatives and friends in
son. This;; Pre-Lenten festival C31'ring I; presented with a prize
Lawrence Jaudon, former pres.- of this week. Ozark. Ala., this week.
the Valentine Theme has This spectacular pageant and
dent. Six the class .
years ago van !
created a deal of speculatingon moo. !"hthat is being directed
reorganized with some six men in: great .
M: h.' Fontaine is a
attendance. Obliged to meet on I the names of the Co'.::,!. id Cl- ogene
;--eli'' > the dance for which the re'i'n' FREE PARKING 9tcRHan : :
two benches in front of the churt.building" ed to reign as Klr.s; and Queen of
<'i<"3: *'?:- I Orchestra will fumi: DOWN TOWN
because of no classroom
it was decided to rent the building The pre-Lentfn F'(.'tival can*:'- the rr.us'.c: Hyde Clayton will ne' .. I';U '.1) uiC'i Gasoline and Park All I)a>'. If You IjkeIK
master of ceremome. Proceed
now occupied by Dr. Long.Under ". ing Misses lar aret"iliam! ?. I BRANCH
will go to the Altar Society Building :
the leadership of11'. Evelyn Lee, Nell Thomas Betty
Fund. West Palm Beac'-i. Florida MontgomerjWa3
Jaudon. this soon inadequate Alford and Ouida Hughes of Bet: Oprn-site
proved I
Pah ,ke* tickets may he obtainedat Olive at First
and the Lion' Building wa; ,: Glade and Miss Mary Mulhs of
Glade' Equipment Co. Btlle
rented Thanks to the faith an-J Pahokee will serve; as the Queen'smaid.
Glade ticket be obtained *
enthusiasm of those interested I ., while :\te"St'IS.Dub" Cun may .
I' I( Murphy's Pharmacy or from ar; ,,
Fellowship Hall was constructed. ningham. Howard Armstrong.
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member of the Altar Society which
Every Sunday morning at 9:15: :: I Landon Daub and Joe Murphy will
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is sponsoring the festival for th-
this clang with an enrollment ofover act as the Kings Guard. Garland: I Parker Motor Service
i benefit of the Building fund.
a hundred meets and tinder 1[of flowers held by the maids will! .
the !singing leadership of R. CovV- form an archway under which :' % .\N.\L l'U X., riOKII

art and the Class Quartet engages I Cupid. Master R. Young Creecii Six thousand Jun .)>r A ri n1tl1-

in a songfest most inspiring. ,I III will lead the King and QueeT !, ists. members of the Future Fanr GEXKRAL UKl'AIRS:

Least year, after five years of to their throne. Entertainment at i I ers of America. will swarm o"'r.

most acceptable service Brother !' the Court of Honor will be a tap I the Florida State Fair grounds on Cars, Trucks, Tractors. Diesel

Lawrence was promoted to the office dance by talented little Miss Rost- Saturday February 7. for a full En!trines and Power Units
of Assistant Superintendent of lin Tharpe. Miss Geneva Thelen of day of activity. They will be addressed :

the entire school. J. Wilkinson, Clt .,'i ton will sing "Sweethearts by Commissioner of Agriculture

Jr. Is the superintendent. The on Parade" and Ballerina Dan Nathan Mayo and State j PHONE 531:

Jaudons will! attend Sunday for Professional talent will be exhib- Superintendent of Instruction Coli" I

the last time as residents of Paho- ited bJ.Iiss Jeanne Gough, ba.- Engli h. : _

k<'e. and will reside in WauchuKi!:

as owners of the Western Auti
AS<' .iate Store. In view of th-a. -
Sunday will be a time of peciilrecognition

by the class of the

former president. It is hoped tint r

every member and friend of the

class will make a special effortto

l.e present.The .

iegnl.tr 1 lesson! will be taughtin ;

detail by the teacher Rev. C. '
A. :\t..t.rgBruthf'r .1:1I11I..n wouM! "

have it this wav fur he i ia lovr .' ._ .
of the Word of GMi.A most int"- -
resting chanter, the fifty third of .-H,""-':" .la.-.L'L-- ::!'!

Isaiah will l>e expose' terse h;'

"f'r-('. This is one of the most complete _

descriptions! ci' Jesus Phri-s I display
in tht Old Testament. Second rice NoW
gteter' will )*' at the door with i

\v 'leotre for all. Fiat vice |I'n'.*:-

d'I .nt <'. R. Wroten will lend in the THE 1948CHEVROLET PtEETMASS5* au court

conta'ts. Cards ,have len sent to

nil bv corresponding secretary J.

R. Miller. A most cordial invitation -

is rxtendeil to all unaffiliated

men and vi'itnrs. f:. Keen is the X

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Pahokee Theatre Finer! J


Mirch of Dimes collections arc
Chevrolet for
hingtakl'n up this week at the' it'fhe: new
and see:
Prince Theatre in the interest ottN the ore tn 'e el Come color hun\onie<;.
I s .. ness'
of cK icn.
annual polio drive. The colle"tion4 -
at the theatre are sponsored ,,Ms hr:,I;;. you new sin.utn- tnc l..alre of nt-C\R .. -

annually bv members of the Paho- new 1t1t,nor 1 hl"ury. :t t t CO"r.n.1 even greater"ith1\ its reatrr .'a tit:, .. 3! /

kee'uman's Club in cooperatioi LU\W-'T its

with the theatre management. 11t1.1'1'1 Sf line m it; fi.:1\ . .he only car in .

Juc.rolctV th, low.t rncc fe.1tun .- Ihly hy hber,

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Burton To Profit i eght counties. The other two
Cow Owners
Cinematic Mass ToHearF.T.Barnett
ChatterBy Meeting i i voted to remain wet by a very
Malcolm Millar From 1936 Campaign small majority. Should See Speer

I This Mass Meeting is sponsoredby

Waucbula L. Grady Burton, the Pahokee-Canal Point Ministerial -
Your show, coming to the Prince Assstant County Agent H. L
Theatre, Pahokee. SundayMonday unsuccessful candidate for Governor I Association with nearly all Speer said yesterday that cots
in 1936 when Fred Cone topped: Everyone is cordially invited to of the churches joining in the ser- owners who wish to have them
will be the first show you W. Raleigh Petteway in the run- attend the Mass Meeting at the | vice. Come and hear this man tested for TB and Bang's disease

have seen with Van Johnson playing off, learned a lot in that campaignand Pahokee High School next Sunday bring his message. Mr. Barnett should get in touch with him. Next

a real rugged part, which gives in his present race for At Evening. The high School band, will also speak during the Churcn Wednesday the county veterinarian
him a chance to display his fistic torney General hopes to profit under the direction of R. O. Lampiwill School hour 9:45-11:00 a. m. in will be in the Pahokee-Canal Pow:

ability as well as his ability to from that experience. play, and the speaker will be the First Methodist Church an-J area to finish this particular pha.
make love. Burton has been a state at- Fred T. Barnett, Executive Secre- the Church cf The Nazarene and of work before going into the Belo

That picture is "The Romanceof torney for 18 years, helped organize tary of the United Florida Drys. at the Morning: Worship Serviceat Glade-South Bay section.CHURCH .
Rosy Ridge." It gives Van a the Florida Officers Associa- The United Florida Drys is a cooperative the First Baptist Church of Pa .a. ..

new leading lady, a girl new to th films who is destined for a much since 1937 and is a past district the direction of the major I . "LOVE" is the subject of the

higher spot in a very short time. governor of Kiwanis. Protestan Denomipations of the ANOTHER FOOD SALE Lesson-Sermon which will be readin
She is Janet Leigh, and ehe really Although a native of Kentucky State of Florida through which The Auxiliary of the American Churches of Christ. Scientist.

shows talent in this picture. he has resided in Florida most of they pool their efforts in teach- Legion Post 242 held a special : throughout the world on Sunday
Thomas Mitchell Marshall his life and has always been active ing the harmful effects of alcohol.Mr. meeting in the Legion Hall, Tuesday : February 1.

Thompson and many other well in civic and political affairsHe Barnett native of Florida evening at 8 p. m. The President The Golden Text is: "If we love
known featured players turn in has made several campaign son of Methodist Preacher, Author. -I Mrs. Chales Maxson pre-. one another. Cod dwelleth in UoII.
xcellent performances in supportof swings through the state and is Teacher Lecturer, writer World sided. and his love i 3 perfected in tw"
the stars which makes a picture considered the leading contenderin (I Traveler and devoted Christian I Several new members were (I John 4:12).

that has discounting the romance this race. : laymen. He knows probably more present. Arrangements were made Among the citation which comprise -

Action plus Thrills pl'fJ Other candidates for the office I|of the harmful effects of alcohol ,; to have another food sale on Sat-i the Lesson-Sermon is the following .-
Interest that never lets itself; are Richard (Dick) Ervin of Tallahassee than any man in the state. He has urday Feb. 7. from the Bible: "Judge me,

down throughout the entire one and P. Guy Crews of attended the Yale Alcohol Studies i The Auxiliary voted to 1atw...) O Lord: for I have walked in mm"

hundred and twenty minutes of Jacksonville. Ervin. young and aggressive |I end other Seminars devoted to the meetings each month on the 2nd integrity: I have trusted also I ri

showing. is running a good race:i I subject. He travels thousands ot and 4th Tuesdays. The later beinga the Lord: . Lord I have loved
Yes. you're going to like "The and is considered in second place. 1 Mile every year in his work of combined business and social the habitation of thy house. and

;Romance of Rosy Ridge" very ---- '! directing the dry forces of the meeting.L. the place where thine honour

much indeed. So see it at tlie Richard Nason of Belzoni. Miss.is : state of Florida. This leadership i t - dwelleth" psalms ::t>::1 Ito :'ndt; ,

Prince Theatre: Pahokee.: Sunday- a guest here of his mothe-. i resulted in ten county-wide elections C. Peeples and son of Orlandc SL

Monday I \Irs. Frank Friend and .:\Ir.1 I over the state last year in visited friends in Pahokee the pactweek. The Less n- .'rnln also includes

See you at the movies Mai. I I I Friend. I which the drys were victorious in the following: passace from Lie
Christian Science textbook.e:-
- e. erre anti Health with Key to th"S

I < rtptnrt*" bv Mary Kaker ":.i!'':
"0:1:' httrch is Jmilt on the divine:
II Pi1"ipl Ie. Loe.Ve can unite vila

I II this church only as we are rsew-:
horn of Spirit. n- we retch n-
Life wrii-n is Truth and the Truth:

I which i is Life by brinznsr t1! tn?:

frtuts of Lrfivo. rn..tins- ott errs.'
; : and healing the >i it k" .:Wl-.I.: ;
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I IWh"6 Ij Ki.lfrt
j j tehad :i.. a guest; the I'a"t't't'k
!r.s; mother Mrs. ('.ttht'ere ('0:1:11-:
-- 1.\ rla-.n. of West 1'.111Il'h..
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Public notice i- lit. .
+ n by given
that the undersigned intend to

J9mmin6s register: with the Clerk of the Circuitcuit -

I II Ii Court of Palm Beach
County. Florida, pursuant to Section -
StV 09. Florida Statutes 1941.

I ; the fictitious name to wit: Th"Weeks
wrench'r4' h I Company tinder which ware -"

engaged in business at Paho-
kee. Florida.

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3 Unions Block Labor Peace-Refuse Wage Boost SKITIO cleaned: tanks and' and rt'pairt'd.Phn grease' traps

3S72, Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c
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i Already Accepted by 13 Other Railroad Unions Glade.1'0KL Walter Phone}Ashley:: 121 New;. Garage Willy/ in Jllch Jeep Keli

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1'*-t. llrotherliooil of H-onioti\e KriRin It Ilat .Voir rmplojes. and those the II' 'ut'HI: l looking fur a homein
among highest:; paid,
r". >lli Tlj MKl of IAKYImotave Fire-
HK..1 n.I! Kn: ,iiu: men and the Ssitchnw""8 The t'nions hating refused to arbitrate<< can .successfully' maintain the threat of a p.tr- Pahokee I have two on tn ;
"until ttf North: Anu-rir.i. n-prvserting the Haih\.I Labor Act pro\ides for the altzini strike 3\am..l.tht.cmlt'n"1 of the entire !- ridge Owner leaving town an'!
12.;..MM) railroad l empIo\f.A hate refu.l appointment of a fact-finding hoard by countrj-and. against per rent of their ,fiiv? Fll at reduced price if ran:
tIlt' ..n- idt'nt. r'lIo.'mplo).%. .
t<> *.fcpt the olT T of the H.-nlroaiis of sell Pin ( .
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The n"\\ me nr.w. : .upr.t..r.
;,' railroads fee'l it i.s clue shipper The threat of a strike cannot juMif> grantuag -
uiiTiMso of Ifi'j cents an hour.This .
is the s.)nu' iruri'.iawanlol p.iseneers. employes. stockholders, and inK more fa'wral..k-. ..ondll..n* tw I2.1.HK: <-m- Phone 2.171. I)2 ici.I'OK .
the general public to know that throughplots than hate already been ut in 1 Pi-ct -
J.o.4I.t" nooiHr.itin "- iipIoy*>- l v anarltitr.ition s--\I."F.--
the Six houan and
!: room
out there negotiations and liati for I.I75.0OO. will it
IN'.tnltn .S-ptcnitn-ri in m- <>n, nor alter opposition
'1 his is! the Kiti increase at-o ph..1 l h\ they have not only exerted every effort to of the railroads |<> unwarranted wage increases *. room colored Barters; in
17.\,*,O ....nlu..r.., Ir.. "nwn and ..vsitili- reach a fair and reasonable' settlement, or to changes! in working rules' which 1.1<'i\"',H) f'u>t l lot allOt ]*. acres t>t
u.t n t.\. ..> fiiieiit on NtucmlxT; 1-1, 1917.A but they have.nlw, met c\t-ry requirement are not jusijfitd. mink land ': mil" nrth of rand l
::n" iiu-iits h.i\t l I..n. made witli1.17."t of the Hallway I.at.orl't respecting the A fiance at the boshows what emplojrsrepresented Point bridge! By owner. StephenS'hc '
.KNJ 'niplii\i-. n'l'n'nh- toy nine- labor negotiation., nl.'tliatinn. and arhitration of by the Engineer': and I'irrmrn k. J3nIX ->
tit n unions. Hut thesx* three union.s. re-p- disputes.It meter They art among the hiiihest paid in
seems" unthinkable that these three unions" the ranks of labor in the t' .
nhd : if
rtiiimK >nlv 12.OtH: ) men are Irving to Matt r nut *> liMlM bungalow: ..n I jr.:" lot
get more. They tiemintlint ; also m.inv representing' less than 10 per cent of railroad the highvM.SOUTHEASTERN ,
thr t..trmll.!
n tn* ridge r
new working ruW not fmhractnl in the
v..ttlemt.nl with the conductors and train- <:..2V. -.ilI pan (\irpr.er. PIMW
iixn.lncu. Compare these wages with what YOU make' 2-.71
I ?. ntallv.! the Se\hnien's I'mon of tun -- ------
1\orth:1r11erlcIrepirsenlaonly'thout7'; '. IIuIaS '.,. ... :n"I: ; : MIT IV Ha.l.-y sribdnUu-'n in I"th"k -
,>f all railrtM.lwiti hiiin.. the other !1.4r'; n Here.ra i.Ce.II .n"u.d("f'tr.p.lri..n.., rf TM r tai m '.q1 'i.Ia'Ks Dense Iw IW/ $.;out Call Dan Carler.ter.tU .
Itm : r'1\ '-< 't..l by the Brotherhood of inK" of arnENGINEERS. -- - -
er'n-rs .
Iie'rind Trainmen and_ co>t-r tj by the fU'>-mf'n for 19.19 i pre. H...... ... ht T.!won !fi.l'fi !h.7 57 I *> \I.K: 1'; ff--t >-.a*. Correct.r .
1..1 isn't 1 Wn.u
l't'ul..IIlt"lItlth that union.Strike wart tool li... ALstwicn .. < ..ff I'1 "p In) ..rd m'tToT.
H"3.t .
1:1 at.at 1917 l'a".I1jlt>r ::76.72 :. : ". .::.
Threat I : would 1,1 freight lTl.rolfCh.147 4'. !>.Itf! ri,. 2?; ".1 in P.ihi'k1.
"; Yard . . . .
been of the :l4y: 4.1'1 4S:19
The lea.lers of these tlinv unions spread a per hour increaae i1 ( cents, .f. fiREMEN I ill: \l.i:: ("-rn s-'Ji!.:, ., "
t-trike! i< ill>>t while! np iti procre.'flits i> nit. Mtrttote but is and rejected by the LocAl ant"a } .
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ji H .:: r- kirg t' P -
taken; bv union leader and voles are union IMd..OI. tad been 1.acJ Ia.njrf'r: . . ?'7 32 4.541 I -
....,:".,1 l ,.f union reprtntatif... t'ntln' >ear 1.1.. "art! i te1 Rr'1: i ::1 -.3 .I
duke .iint necotiition* failed, the R4i1-oa wan. mrapu.t ft..in Int.. tAt.('..mmerer t .,mml..n'ff'rnf'r., \i ). .n. \.KII.M: tit :ip|.| .tr ,1rr . :--
leaden .>f 1 h.-,.e- three unions refii>.xi ti> Furl )ear \H" "tim."t.-d vn 10&,1. c.f actual F.r.re+ f.l' tr-t co':1 m .n-.... : ..... .. ... \-"ra: ,...:,.-4" ":-' at t, '
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join the railroads ...kini the NationalAIfiution l .
in a ;;: I .'t!''' .t an aggT'"""Iv. sines
hair to attempt to **>ttle the .
cram -: major h<.;i, ' J "r-
do.puttbut the "...hl took jurvvliction' I
at the request of the (carat and has Kn __ r !a!". _- Ek.I.n.-: .! ofi.1''',rturstyV .
earnestly attempting ,im-e No\-mbr -"/, _, t'. aI!1 nK'i..> ; rt' ry ..!...
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1!+4;. to bring aJitut a settlement.' Th. t .'a.nnjil: 1"11\","' evil for tr.t tti"w.
t\Krd on January 15. H)"%",, nnv>uncd RAILROADSVe t J 1':1
its. inability to reach: a mediation *ettlemnt. ; ,
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The leaders of the union rejected 'HUC UKNT: tu-n n.-w l..un'i
th. request of the Mediation Beard toarbitrate. U'' -. . .,,.+ "' .e.- c y_ ...-::'"_ !i *-.e-: '.-.. f.n r.* w.'h p1V. !-
The railroad d. t
ccpt ,
. ; ,1. ard 2-t.o1 H'uI'.rr..r'

\ are publishing this and other adHrtiHc.rt to talk wish :you -.- .A- '.. :X! A :M .. :.. J15 .
at f.r..t land about niatt r. _hxh: ar* u&portact to eotody.. x -l' If .*,- Ha i"Page -

January SO, 1948 The
Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Seven
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TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY th, crcp by given these loving German care: and kids.attention -;if Exposition! To Seek Pensacola Barber Citrus Industry Gets- -

When the crop was finally harvested New Citrus Queen Has Unique Plan Publicity Boost
fresh vegetables and fool- t.

I stuffs for over 100 German fami- I WINTER \"EX---Tt.e FloridaCitrus I. For Seeking Office WINTER H..E.Th combi-

lies. It didn't cost the taxpayersof Exposition Queen contest tcbe
.. (By Russell Kay) America a penny unless you held on Monday night. Febru-j I PENS ACOLA-John O. Show nation of Florida youngsters anJ

want to figure the cost of the seed ary Itf. will again be sponsored by. of Pfr.sacola. threatens to toss his citrus presents a good national

They tell a story about the pelicans : the congressman sent and the soldiers the Winter Haven Junior Chamberof hat into the Governor's race. He''pictorial promotion for the citrus

on the West Coast who hung ; pay this young farm boy G. I Commerce it was announced I would run on a platform of kind- industry this. month with a cover
received. If one American boy this week by Tom Walker ness and brotherly love. He would
around the fish houses and were Jaycee !: picture and a food and fashion
i could figure out a way to help president. issue pardons to any convict who
layout in the February issue
fed bv the story
fi'h'rmen.'henever : these people of Europe i would furni.-h letter from h"'s
help them'I I Tr.11 !H? the 24th annual all- I a of Parents Magazine which comes
the boats came in the fishermen selves why couldn't others be helped .tr" !' huto be held in Winter 1, 'pastor recommending such a parijon. out on January 29.

would throw sardines' to the birds. the same way. I'Haven, ac:! the lucky girl who isle I! He would provide baskets of This is one of the first national
The pelicans quit looking for their The story of the American b ): .- t.ti .- :-e: Queen will be pub food regularly to all needy persons fashion promotions in which Flo--
own food and simply waited to be s nd the vegetable garden in Germany Pf'i7.,1 nationally as the theme girl 'who came to his office with a sim- ida is featured exclusvely. Love

fed. They got so fat and lazy it seems to parallel the story ol of FJo:hb' citrus industry. She *tilar letttr from their pastor. 4-year-old Carol Ann Conlon ot

was even difficult for them to flv.| the West Coast pelicans. Maybe if >" will receive a S100 Savings Bond ; ho\\-,.. a halter has humanitarian Miami, who won the Little Miss

When the war came on and all: we applied a little more practical i j|; and many other valauble( prizes. I I'I I ideas! that make the "Nexv Florida picture contest conducteJ
fishing craft ordered everyday common sense in tryingto !' Deal" look like a imitation.He .
was to stayin Walker stated that Bill Cart poor by the Florida Citrus Commission
port because of mines and other solve the European problem we of Cypress Gardens has been appointed claim he is lining up votes by : in cooperation with Parents" Magazine -

dangers, food for the pelicans became could do it without spending s-o I i chairman of the contest I the thousands and will outrun Ful last September, will l>(' featured -

scarce. Still the birds -I many billions and at the same which will take place on opening It'r'arren.. Shands. Watson. Mc-i on the front cover of the
around the fish time would be giving the people ot Carty and the entire field
houses and screamer I night of the Exposition at the new on a I Ii February issue' of this; national
their heads off. The fishermenwere these countries a chance to regain Amphitheatre on Lake Silver. The i "Help Your Neighbor Help Himjself" publication.The .

sorry for them but there was their self respect instead of playing contest will be open to all Florida r|' : program. I cover picture will be on?

nothing they could do about it. the role of beggers and loafers. girls: between the ages of 16 anl - I II I that was made of Little Miss Florida -

One day a fisherman happenedto But such a simple solution is beyond 24. Contestants must!" be sponsored j''HAS: <;(MH> KKCOIU: I at Cypress' Gardens by Miss;

take a trip to a barren stretchof the comprehension of the diplomats by civic, fraternal or business j i MIAMI Apprentice Jim m y Helen Dahlgren of Winter Hax-en.

beach where he noted a flock : the bureaucrats and poll organizations." I II Duffthe lad who used to handle one of Florida's'" foremost: fashion

t.f pelicans diving after minnows ticians. All they know is appropriate Judge:: ; for the contest will in- Joe Palooka in the quarterhorsedashes photographers."' In the picture Little : -
and feeding themselves. Suddenly and spend appropriate and elude Ted :Malone ABC's Roving staged in Florida-is becoming Miss Florida is holding an
he got an idea. With the aid tA fJ't'!'<1. when the real answer" to the Reporter on the Westinghouse' the "pet" of fans who like orange and wearing a cute litt-!?

some friends he captured a few\ ol problem is "%%'ORI: and SAVE". radio program who was master of to wager on the turf races at Hi- party dress made of a new Citrus'
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these active pelicans and took ceremonies during the Miss Ame :' aleah. Print fashion of Ameritex cotton,

them back home with him. I I New Nickle) Drink tea Pageant at Atlantic City last' Five races on the grass were which was designed especially for
lie realized that the pelicans t1o September: Tom Moore, star ot nm the first week of the Hialeah

fishermen had been feeding all I Made From OrangesMIAMI the: Aunt Jemima "Ladies" BeSeat Meeting and Duff had a mount in her.On the inside of the magazine i;?

this time had just naturally.for- 'I." ? abc program ar.d Rich-! t'-ee of the fi,('. His record inthre" a fix-e-page story and picture lay-

gotten how to care for themselves Miami will give birtnj ;trThorpe. famous moving pi'- outirjra two victories' and -;t shorting Little Mis Florida;
He figured; that if he turned the
active bird* loose they would' go to develop ir.to a major industry:: in j jftutlios I in Hnllyw! rel. Ted Maloiunnd he wa.< I beaten only a head. lire of pta y clothes wade of the

fishingnrl the lazy shiftless pelicans Florida when Henry Cobb.. nation- !': Tom Moore will broadcast - were - Citrus Print. Arrangements f..rthN

would see them getting fooJ ally known as Florida leadirg-I their ARC" network shoxxfron" Ft. : national publicity tie-in with!
and start feeding themselvesntrain. the Amphitheatre day Burin :: Myers College
gift fruit packer and shipper I every Florida citrus were made by representatives -
And he was right. Th' ;I-resonts to the nation a new : t'1C Exle'sitinn.Information" Has Plenty Rooms of the Fl >rida CitrisCommission's

starving bird got the idea in nr; nickle: non-carbonated orange drinl: ;; and entry blank3 New York publicity
time and while they found it difficult st a formal opening of his n..fH.OUH ..\'.. > for the Exposition" Queen contest For G. I. StudentsFT. gency.:

at first as they were out of $r. plant in Little Riser.1 j i are being mailed out to all civet, I Phil Lucey. general manager of

practice, beforevery long they Miami January 31. j land! fratetnal organizations :i MYERS While lack of livi -I the Florida i'ltru.Exposition in

were holding their own with the; An outstanding merchandizer Florida.! The contest' win hate i in_ arconuxl-itions is the toughest j Winter Hax-en. haconij'Mo{ .l 3--
other bird. on \I"n.la night: to .. followed I problem veterans have
Cobbs can IK depended upon to > to face i rangements( :; for this nexxline of
Kver since the advent of tr"t: napidly d-'X-elon a national maik'-tj:> (.n Tuesday! night with a colorticoronaon :' most communities, not s., in Fort clothes to lif mo-lrled in n Citni

"r.-w deal"a lot of folks in this: I i for this new 'orange ..Irink:111:
,'(.nntrym.t in other countries u.v j {promises to Iw a l hair to the hith" atre. ? ; H. Cunningham, president of Florida and nth.mf..I.'ls on Thurs-

iir our influence( are just like thrw.jwncarc state's citrus industry. I! -__ I Th"rll S _n 1__ t__.li.nn___ .. /_nll..... .ve_. Fnrt, :edtt-. February IP. at 7:.">O p. mon
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. me government with a i ; Cohbs i< a showman as well asrn j JMxvrs. announces that this colle.r--: the !iitlgetlf- the new amphi-
lot of silly: paternalistic ideas ha"' able mcrcnandizer and his noA State Fair Plans j i no\x- has lf,o modern npartmer.tsavailable ',I theatre at the Exposition Ground

undertaken to feed and clothe arc'I' for !"tud'r.t01>:. Half "1
]nickel orange drink will 1** launchd -) .
care for everylmdy. A lot of folk! *: I ,' with fitting ceremonies, music 'I| Big Attractions I I them are furnished. All have i--e --- eyI --

found that by taking advantage ot i!land razzle izzle.. State city arc I I boxes' stoves" and hot water heaters

the situation they could get bx t county officials are expected to a:' T.-\ IP.\- -F1orida- will oheery and all have baths. They run

without xvorkir.jr. whenever ant \tend the opening of his new hal! .1 its first Wildlife Conservation Day ] in sire from one bedroom to three
attempt was made to get them tc million dollar plant where Mayor at the Florida State Fair. \\'t'tln.- 'i bedrooms and rent with all utili-

work or assume: responsibility: they ]Hubert L. Floyd of Miami will i day February. it was announce 1 i sties included at from $23 to 81'per 1

became indignant and contended sample the first bottle off the assembly i I by t:1teDirf'dor Ben C. Morgan I I month. I
that the government:: owed thema line, while the Miami Boys I of the Game and Fre Water Fin The college also has sex-eril

living." Shrewd politicians concerned Drum and Bugle Corps Commission. { house trailers completely furnish- '! Brooke Oertel. of Akron. Oh >.

with votes sided with them with the music. make"l I Officials of the Fair have given j ed which rent with utilities in- 'formerly development engineer for
and screamed for larger and ever The new drink will be every possible' assistance in arranging -!''eluded' at $15 per month. Eacnj1tenant i Fred Orboga and C... spent M..ndty -

larger:: appropriations. People wif .-I.with such" catchy slogans as for the special day and may have space for a and Tuesday of last week :n
still xvorked for a living Were taxed -Sip Some Sunshine" and "An I the Game Commission has ('utn- i garden wIth use of the swimming. '<*teal Point visiting the Canal:

more and more to care for the Orange in Every Cup. I pleted! arrangements for present- gym and tennis courts. 'Point Sport h..p.tr.. Ot-rtel. xvh-

1 izy and shiftier who wouldn't Cobbs. who has been called "Thc! ing: numerous special' acts in front'' -- _._ '( plans to manufacture his ownI
of the that will I'doubt : i tackle tried out several f his
work. Citrus Santa." state that every-, grandstand nni N:1.N11 ( i'.11.1FIFST.a1.1..1Ii.1SSF.E I t>
Then xve found that in the oak one is invited to the party: and thrill thousands of spectaI : State f'ho-J 'Iur*>.s while here which ptoved very

t'f war whole countries were des i. i there will be free drink ar..ll I tors representing all sections of. Supt. Colin English today qualified {'. *'atlsf.t( tor '. Mr. Oertel i is inter-

tute. We took on the humanitarian favors for every guest; the state. Headliners in this speca .I candidate! for Governor hv 'ested in locating: in this xicinity.j .

job of supplying: their neetts -.. .- 1 I ial fiO-minute grandstand show paving' the required; SrtOO qualifying :j H. Anderson sj{>, nt Monday

feeding their people and caring fot (iUUK JKRXIGAX ('111(1.,: 2| sill 1H.'lud'aIt..r Willman. fee to Secretary of State 11 awl Tuesday in Miami for a physi-
I xvorld's" distine.-. A. (; *. .'al checkup and medical treatment
them and the burden becomes The Grace Jemigan:: Circle of the former champion 1:" English had announced
steadily heavier. Bureaucrats andj'W.M.U. of the First Baptist II i nrecision and bait caster'' : Hero previously I that he would begin his i I 1 I ;at a hospital there.

]x htieos called for billions and billions | I for their relief. Acute shortages ular session Tuesday night at 7:30.: I shooting expert reputed to be the'in an IInl.rE'f'f'fl'ntf' announc- '', 'have N-<-n the house guests! of hn

of all manner of goods developed : \tr" \\'. A. Keen presided. Th. ,; worlds greatest gun handler: and ment. that he would forego all salary 'brother-in-law and iter. Mr. and
at home l>ecause so mum: program "The 1Jtif'thr.mn f- ; Russ Allen. Florida's rattlesnake and trax-"-lir.g eTpen.11 d'lrmrr: ''Mrs. ClaudL.! Shirley, in Pahj -..-
of our resources 1 king whxvill present; a sriak his campaign. Jngl1"h'sIary .." j j'j, 'kee, I left Tuesday for : visit wtttrelatixes
were being: sent sar> of the \\ .;\ .tJ.. wi'" presented '
overseas. In these countries America I under the chairmanship of Mis. ;i nulkmg exhibition as part: of the, S).Ot () a year :and he ax-erag* in Melbourne before r*

was feeding and caring for J. D. Agner. Those participating !'ho\ ''about $175 a month in traveling I 'turning tn their home in Griffin

millions of people a large: percentage were the l\1,'. lames Bob D..mthit.1| -- -.--- I expenses._ ( G.l.
.Ma j Mr. and Mrs E. O Miller
ha las
of them who were dointjnothing Wiley Tills \\'. M. PuB .
for themselx-e. They just Homer Barnes. The devotion 1 j \TTt: U fU\VIST IKKT W.HRtSW.UiSIS(. guests the pad week her elste.Miss ;.
Members of the Ex-eiglaJes Bur.f .TACKSONXILLE r.tame Ramage. of Chest-
took Pausing
everything: we sent and yelledfor exercise was conducted hv Mrs. C. '
more. : *? and Professional Woman briefly at: his tate headquarter i erg GaMr.
A. Moberg. The circle wa hi'nor..1with
Over in Americanfarm Club attend a IU-PWC District here: after attending the midwinter and Mrs. A. C Libhart
Germany an the presence of the WMV IPr j 'I' I
boy who had learned how tc ,' id..nttrs.. Horace Unwin. r sting :r the Clewiston Inn S'm- conference of theV..tf'rant o! ( "r-nt :M'-ndiy in West Palm Reach
take care of himself had been J (day sing the Pahokee arid Bel'e Foreign Wars at Orala over the where\ Mr. Libhart im lere"ti
a nhose report of the! Association: I (
Future Farmer and member .Gl.tde ur.it.attir.g jointly a? wl'I'kl'n,1. Fuller Warrn of Jacky special examination end treat'i
a ol meeting* :\t't Palm Beacn
the National Junior Vegetable Tuesday morning and alterr.oor I hostess club Representing theEverglades I or.x-ill prepared for another bnyi 1; i mer.t for his left arm and shoal
Growers noted that there ( : B.1-PWC on the joint week of traveling: in his campaignr er. Injured by a !'II'.r.I..rtrk,1
was was received with riving tt."I'qt :n [ j
of I hostess" c irr.mittee Wf'rf"trll: TonTrie ) :f> governor During the OcaTa shock lad week.
plenty gust.1 fertile soil near ,'if'of the atten-lirco of tgh'Pe: '- I
here he Lee I uBo.-. Mrs Sara rj ii.-.-i'r.:;. Warren renewed tits a. Mr Ratw Sgunmre ababy
was camped but nobivlxxa from Pahokee. Two hundred in ill i i
% doing j Thomas.: :Mrs' I..j"t.! .-l'k. Mrs I :I'jair.tar.ce with score of 01! anything about it Th' were prer.t.. the lest!" quarteriv t
r-eoplo stood in line every day t oget meeting representation in the hf-i: Iflen 1:',-!;th.!. Mr E-lth ('r...1. -'chool! mates at the: University > where" Mrs Srar.tr 'sill! er.'tthe *
their : Mrs Hazel Chaplain! . tr:3: ]Florida and wIth many f.rmer.1 I'r.ners.txr.ext --me5t Mr
ration of American' for-1 -ory ->f the P\In l.kt:1'.> 'tstl'.r.! '
jpri :Mrs Niv-t hll.1.1w't .and :Mr Frank O ,
=or. Grry Atkins. Miss fr.nell arrort--
or supplies and made no effort t :Mrs: lr.\vir r-' ".'ive.J special} .-ogr.mten : j
help themselves | L ncI:.' Williams :{:.,! Mrs ,\Im.1' Warren a two-ttne: rrsf-rr.t-T ->f 1 r-aniefl th.-r diirher to G"'ir.e -
at West Palm Reach for hey .
Farrow :the tpcialatrp an-1 a former Jark- rJle
Thi. farm boy wrote to hs ror.gre I I ;n_ the only !ea: >Jt>r abe! to nx*** thef I,
,, orxHitv' ; "..,:!';rln:1 n pia: r. t T- (,Ihw.11Ii"1:: attar:,1'--1!
"< .
and a..k..1 .
man f.'rt sprat .'!"! '" :rr.f' .f"o.1t'n .f to!" -.-- -- -
.>f se..!< The vet ('p"-.I! his f'.rrr.al c-'aiur.-: the W :M J:* .l45' ..I'.! 'n rrer.r: '7
congressman sent church Tue nT c-.r.-Ie rneti.-" A new r--bration.! the FINDN'i'5 : !"';r II"A-.'t'er hP !' ';n.1 tmr lastPeek \..'..%! Palm 15"'*' h T' ..../Jav. :M*<
them and then the boy got l> \\ ill. l-e !arts I the bone f .
coa I:: : : I> tt -r wh: h male It00''' .
'' t. make: tit-- 'e'-chss. te'a'r.' -
'I Ida P.r'-.ker (
He 'a Us"1 ; :Mrs: R Jon '.
eathered ,
:: together tenth at 730 All r. '.t ".thrrv\is .
J Jaffilatsl r Hor-ia recently' : 1t .
pTiWishe-i 1 iA'fp: a', onrpa '!: w';''''l'r'; a. Mrc A R SrriSr Mi'has
c .'rr.\n boys and girls, told !:: :: are r!'.>*t c.rt"y:: ..r.X.M .uy.: -r !h I. Hr I :N'av.riT. : :\t..1 !ON"1't... :: faaa.rn' :Mr V J Bertram: :Met
b't!:.' tvxar. the
i : \ l..rmed ha c and entered ant --.. 1.I 1.' 1 H P .r-l'-aux :Mr O I! fht '-
;:t :t.w :imrT''Xrr.er.T work t.raw ir n'Y..rz ft.s.' ": .
I ia.r Pate :
tn: :M's J ;? '1n.ar. Mr
mpettion: In growing ..It:1N..1 I JI.... .\I.!.' _t; "! Pt:: .ii. .. !.. Y''' ( 't\::> al 'nr the rou.f. the Flori'ii: i 1ir.tnromt.il .-... :"....;.!..r.! .A'1\" recently :ap potrtt . ('n'r.-Io'' Slrmi n.n I'U111nn: : aii
and lix-f-st.vk He managed ti c"" |: ct.p'ratng: In PrItto""r1 hoaI .
:: w"itewiya from JarV- "X -mpbovmr.nt ofAl.rn !- .
manager :Mr C R \\ !h rrronMr :
a feugarden t v,!s :and made of.er :\
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operator r. ant secured free bv aiircaano Prr ,' *
:a th .\Irn, Terri Mart
: nn have r-t'irr.e-l: f r \1. !
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st::euP'1 them hxv f'frerJ .
:: b' make gardens w.ll! b- glad tVr->w thl* :- .-, -\\o 2<>2 Ex.irsrRK "
:-C > w-rj; !"'I'h hl
w.'h tan rr.-her !n I" !S; Key'n
and a'.l his eed way planted and he is getting: along :::'f'1): : K\ls\ >t A ;gutr:... Flor.-i*. n: tt,>r Mr J R Y--rk : .\Hr" ':i. Ga.Friday. .


Eight The Everglades News! Canal Point. Florida
Friday January 30 <>
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Mission AssemblyTalk :Mrs. A. R. Harrington Blair Announces Lester Hatton. University ot I[I I Dr. and Mrs.! L. W. Ax-matrons

Next FridayThe Louisiana student. New Orleans, i.; spent Monday and
Speaks To GuildMrs. Special Program Tuesday M.-;
visiting! his parents Mr. and Mrs +
ami their
visiting son and daiiir.i-
For C. Methodists Joe Hatton, Sr. in Pahokee this I.'I :
second and last in the series A. Roswell Harrington 01 I tE'rmIa"Ir.. and Mrs. AlvmArmstrong1. :
of Chain of Mission Assemblies week. .
Canal Point vice president of the ,
speakers will be Mrs. Paul Moser newly organized Council of ChurchWomen f One of the finest days of fellow-

who will speak at the First Methodist of the PahokeeCanalPoint ship in years is planned for thj

Church. Thursday. February area was guest speaker nt : members and friends of the Canal

5th at 7:45 p. m. She will also a meeting of St. Martha's Guild Point Methodist Church on Sun-

.peak at a joint meeting of th? episcopal) Church of tee Holy N.- day. Dr. Henry XV. Blackburn.

Rotary and Lions Clubs of Pa- tivity. at the home of Mrs. R_ G. Superintendent of the Miami Dist-

hokee-Canal Point on Friday a: Johnson on Bacon Point Roar rict of the Methodist Church will

12:15 February 6th. This join Monday night. The speaker explained preach during the Morning Worship

club meeting will be in the Baptist the purpose and aims ot Service at 11 A. M. The Sacrament t'! p

Fellowship Hall. the CCW and urged all members of Baptism will be observed I

Rev. C. A. Moberg will presideat of the guild to join in the work oi at that time also. N->
the meeting at the First Methodist the council. stranger to the residents of this

Church and Rev. C. T. Howes The made for area. Dr. Blackburn will bnr::
group plans con- It's
will preside at the joint Club ducting a benefit rummage sale on another of the stirring and inspiring Ir 1Cl ,

:Meeting in the Fellowship Hal. Jan. 31. with Mrs. J. T. Lowry :n sermons that have worked ,X.r ebecawse

These Chain of Missions. speaker charge and a benefit bake sale deeply into the hearts of tho.e

are being brought to the Glade in front of the Bacon-Jones Hard- who have heard him.

Area through the co-operation of ware Store on Saturday, Feb. 7 In the Sunday School hour we its

the Canal Point-Pahokec Council starting at 10 a. m. with Mrs. P hope to break all of our old attendance r j1
of Church Women and the Ministerial records again. Week yALFAR
M. Cate, Jr.. in charge of arrange- :
Association.Mrs. ments. Mrs. Norman Kennedy I by week our Sunday School has:

Paul Moser has recently presided at the business. At the I held its record-setting pace wit

returned from a globe circling tour conclusion of the meeting refresh- j;,! the result that our attendance now

as a member of the Deputation ments were served by Mrs. John r' averages just about 50 percent a}
sent by the Presbyterian Board of i I I higher than former years.
son. ;
Foreign Missions to study post J The Service will be
Morning Phone 20
- Belle Glade -'
war condition in the - II
Philippines I(followed by: Dinner-on-the-grounds. c'r
and Siam. and to help lay th > 11). Each family is invited to bring lT

groundwork for evengelical a 1- Auxiliaries Plan I I its Sunday Dinner to the church

vance through restoration rehabilitation Joint MeetingAt I I to be shared by all. The necessary,.
and expansion. I utensils should also be brought for

Traveling 20,000 miles from San -\ux-I I the family rise. The Woman's So-
Francisco to New York in 101 a meeting of the Legion iety will furnish coffee.. In this

hours flying time on four majorair iliary of Post 90 at the home of way no one group will be overworked f PASTfURIZEO HILIMOMMENIZED
lines possible hour was Mrs. ht'nnethIock Mondav nigh: *. I.I bv and ali
every th.occasion CFATelephone'
the voted to hold regular L MILKiUTTEMlL '
saved for the study the deputation group I can share in the fellowship of suchan : 'l -
was sent out to make. They met meetings on the second Tuesdiy I hour. *

their schedule exactly as I night: of each month. I After the Dinner Hour a' Service : L CHOCOUn MILK
-- PlannJ'I-J'I I Plans were made to join the .
of Dedication of the ne.v
MRS. C'HAVTAIN "' : Auxiliary of Canal Point Post 242 Sunday School Buildingwill beheld
Mrs. J. S. Cha"tain was elected I in the entertainment of Mrs.! D"-I
a service in which Bro*.
fit vke president of the Canal ,'ParJier. I Blackburn and Blair and the congregation -
Point Baptist Voman's 1\fission-1.!che pays her official visit here on will take part. This
ary Ur ,T at a meeting: in the [Feb. 26. Auxiliary members of fi! '
building now nearly completed.stands .
church. 31/m'ay! njiit. Sh? succeeds I: Belle Glade Legion Post will lH I as a testimonial to the h "
?IS. D:1 Pinsoiho is' invited guests. It was announcedthat
stewardship of time service, and
leaving with her family soon fo: j I the Auxiliaries of Posts 90
'I money of our church family and
Knoxville Tenn. and handed in h/'- and 242 will meet jointly r.t the
frit>nds. Starting with only a burling -
resignation. A program observing: home of Mrs. Morns Carlton on
| desire to make adequate space"
the sixtieth anniversary of WMU F I for our children and without even
was presented at the meeting. I district president's visit.
I enough money on hand to buy th-

I n'cessarrnat..rials, the and
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women pitched in and built!

i: through months of hard labor the
that is to be dedicated -
fine building
I'' erecting a fine concrete
structure for the cost of a tem-
$14.95 UPvwwwu I; porary wooden building. Folks

Following the dedication ser
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I SEE THEM TODAYPAUL'S I I.I I. vice the Bro.annual Blackburn Fourth will, Quarterly presideat really did a job in

Conference of the church.In .

I the evening, our church will
i join in the Interchurch Rally: at

the Pahokee High School auditor 47

1 CANAL POINT FLORIDANotice I: the ium.Ministerial At the January Association meeting vac ot

pastor: pledged the full support of
his church cancelling evening III !pite of tilt" continuedearrity) of mater
meetings so that all might sharein

i. sa.t t ssassissa.t t t .+as+>s ss ss v s t as t ae t aeaasat t +s r v 't vv the message of Dr. Fred Bar- ialand equipment and in the faee of ri-ink;

nett. "'e are only too glad to be
rotall .door; the line. Southern Hell \''ent
able to join with th.otht'r

To TaxpayersAs I churches of the PahokeeCanalPoint right; ahead in 1917 impw\ ill;: and expanding

area in making thi Rally
jour telephoneerxiee. It >\..- a t".lr..f
one that will hin our memoriesfor
itti.iittt by law. I will Kat the following places (lr. the datesret '
The School humming ti'Ieplioiu! folk- \\rnl
years to come. High ; artixity a- .
opposite t':'(h. for the purH'so of r,v *ivin; tax return.for the
year li IS.Pr Hand. under the direction of all out to briny; 1 tall lirllrr trl"'|dionerxirr..
1 I Iloliert O. Lampi. will ad.l to the .
No. Location Date-UMS Time Place meeting by the rendition of several lierftill a lriinmou| .. job to lie done.

19 Palm Beach Feb. 3rU 2.Ort PM to 4 :OO PM City Hall numbers.
LakeHarbor :More I Imililintand! \.t yu.ultitit'of "--
Tht'f.Y.F.: will to |
1 Jupiter F.b.Ith 10.00 A:M to 1 ::30I: Post OfficeCitv
:2 Lake Park F,'b. 4t'i 12: Noon to 1 :3O PM: Hilt for the February meeting th rill are needed' to fiirtlu-r imiroxr| arid expand -
3 Hui.-ra Feb. Mb :!.,.,t 1'\1 to 4HH1PM City II .I! of the Glades Sub-District onTue.sdiv.
All 1.akt"W'rth .....h. Kth lrt'i1a,1M: to 4.00PM: : City"' Hal! Feb 3. We :shall leave" the -..n i"I' If telephone. earningare;

33 Loxal.atohtc Fob til 1'.00 AM to 10.M AM Post Office the church at 6Sn: sharp! Mieli a- gill attrart the nere--ar\"\* ...pil'lltit
32 Military Trail Feb .th 10' ..rt I AM to II :30.-\\1: Canal Bride Eleven of our young people attended
31 XXYstgato; Feb. 5 t1 2 ,*> I'M to 3:00) PM School AuditoCity\ :. tN Miami District: Y->nth pay for eontinued .-..11-1 fill"ti i..". }.>n 1-..mIi
42 Gr. nacres Feb. llt.1 10-M'Mto 300PM Gara "
39 South BaF'h.. nth II 'HO AM to 2.00PMF Hal! i Rally at Trinity Church. Miami. ...k foruanl further proure ill nieetin;;;

10 Like Harbor ,-b. 13th 2 ;30 PM to I.0'> PMF Post icoOtfue : i last Sunday nicht.1:-. and :Mr-: needill .1 1IJ.::
41 Sluwn.i: .>b. lrtt i IItI"\\ttut1.tI'\\1: Bids: I \ 1. Hooks each drove! a jour Iflepllotif

:ti C"w'n Fob. pith liHU'Mto 2:00: I'M IV.- Office group r ..! the young,: people in car
21 1.anan.a Feb 17th JO-v' .\"t tt 12: X"1 Town Hall II l 'ar.c.J! for t"e..- ':\"ion bv Bl
2;:. iwtnton Ft-b Bits tii.. !'Mto *i 00 PM: elllIalt Johnson and. Frank Wi1!...>nIVt .. 1947

35 le.iie Chide; Fit. 1<"'1 00 l':.' t.' -1.1\ IM T.un H-ll I' .;T-S*> of -\ orflirt :n t :saC::; ::"-
X't l'.; t..1 %'ort .. ..h. ::I\ U- f"> AM to 11.'' AM I'\-! Oif-v Inerts.f (** :ir Prirfre: ;I'-.d-r! 'h" ACHIEVEMENTS
310 I'.ahokee Ft-t 24tli: I'H' r.Mto: IOOPM T.-An If II. : ... .
direct: .f Mrs I. Maca'.l: !
All) P.lrl'h.. :..th 1' 1hi .\Mto: 'lit) I''M c.H..11 If 2,411,000 More local calls handled
r. turn: tt< 'f""i .'".iv: c:.c't :
Late Feb 27t1 lea.w1,1Mt'> 130PM: T.AH.iil
3O Iia '
a ::
All XXV-t P H. 'wh On; .n I" idv. 1''';a .xni. 1st i...urt 1Iip :: un'..et rrit ';' b'l : each day-bringing the rvcrage daily
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I total to 18,820,000.More .
K. KK.M. EOT.lJT.t"IBL.t: : ANI: I-T\-GIHI.E': : : '
tiirn o:: :-
1"1'I: \t i Tin: IiI'e:
l'FI'ANSI.= !'KOPKUTY .. ".-:.M N fired: at th:.. tin'. I rest" tUll\'l I Uu"I I than 8 out of 70 lorj citarce
ii: ..U't\t'.It ei' !t't': .:i,' t''" t tn."; apo'r} .' .:. nak"the. while the
::.: e t' : .. I -hil Ij', i..i.j t .!i- ,..: .; tax probhn.Nh:: > ina' !t :' h' calls were completed: customer
.. r'----t-'t MrW H K.nrrr held the line.
..t t. I-. !:,'!;' t."i n i"av: : JH> h!*- ;
If f .. .!.v ft''n >.'\1 ,--anno nt.t r. .. a: tbt--!'iv>:rt-.t 1.1.: .,%...-. ?5rr. rr hai .'a". ..t i r!':..*-*:-'r i 590.800 New telephones i installed.
the Tax .\"", ,-..r.,. iaffiie .n t..e ('eurav l'.\ltt 11.>1..,..' tai t! t... ,,;...r. : 'r ,.i,. .f f-! 1.:. v Iono. rr";> F.r." I
the I'u''I le'et'ng; r'-t -,... i.-t.I the f:1 .\t--r hat r.r'T 'A.V.I* i* th.- *:::f.**< .-'. :\l" : 29,000 Telephones installed in rural
tl.it no r<.l.r-- an >. tiUvi: r.'r i van .1 !:"n'te,i 1 enc.::{ :. n afpJA.1ES .:- I.na"t..". Wortr.iv if"- areas.
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-It''n u j t.
1 "' -n! ,. ,"'.1.! ....,: ', e r'say bl! oaks to .iay-.r: ':r. .. r--'r T-- ? >r-- -xiF'a-' .r ,: Completion of $125,000,000 of new
t -- K.-c--rn :\r.f H 11'ik: ;."':-
gars! ....- J' !I..f ire d..vrt:: 'Ill" O--- ; construction to improve and expunc*

M. OWENS JR. .. telephone service.
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