The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 22, 1948
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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>.
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Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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Temporary Home Belle Glade BuysGrader Annual Round-Up New Radios BoughtFor County) Center In

Bulldozer To Belle Glade

While New Bank Ls Work City, StreetsThe Scheduled TuesdayThe Police DepartmentThe Glades Section Is

Constructed Belle Glade Street Depart- new Chief of Police CharlesH.
Being Commission PlanEditor's
ment is still busy patching boles North Glades District of the Goodlett. reports that hes
hauling rock filling in and regrad- Boy Scouts of America will have
gradually getting policemanlined
ing streets that suffered damage their annual Boy Scout RoundUpon
President Harry M. McIntosh of up now having seven policemen ( Note: The Palm
from water during the storm in the church yard of the First
. Bank of Pahokee announced yes- Methodist on the force, which will ix- Beach Post on Wednesday morning -
September. Commissioner Haroli on Tuesday
terday that construction will start sufficient until the season is fully carried the> following story
Rabin who is Chairman cf t.i: October 26th from 6:30 to 8:30
Monday morning on a handsome!, under way. The present force i* which In of Intent to the entire
Street Department, takes credit p.m.
modern air conditioned building to working in 12 hour shifts but will Everglades section of Pahn
along with the other City Com- Features for the Evenings activities -
house Palm Beach County's oldest be put on 8 hour shifts and a Beach County:)
missioners for the purchase of a will be an address by C. A.
bank. ton: Hillier is the contractor. couple of more police put on when Resolution calling for work on
Road Grader and a Bulldozer. The Canipe, principal of the PahokeeHigh
While the new bank is under it br comes nccesaty.TJS Conner's Highway at the earliest
Grader machm- School and talk M'
is a heavy type a bv
construction banking business will I City purchased a Ford i possible! date and construction ofa
made by the Austin-Western Com- Patterson Scout Executive o!
be carried on in the Lions cluo for the Police Department and is i iI county center in the Evergladeswore
pany called an H-99. which will do West Palm Beach. There will b"
buDding where all old equipmentwill I have twowaradi() service Installed the
i Ito ; passed by Count Commission -
just about everything but talk and games, son it. stunts a Court of
be moved over the week end in both police cars One of yesterday during the
the Bulldozer is a Caterpillar Honor and Fats.
The Lions club and Rotary club the seven men now on police fore: I special !"(session of the body whicii
C. T. Pennington has been names Those invited for this occasioninclude
will meet in the Woman's Cluo has been assigned as Desk Sergeant -
was Tilled to hear the motion ft'
and all
the City Street Superintendent the following: Buy
building while the Lions building and riB finger print and keep of the resolutions
Garage adoption by
will have charge of the Citv Scouts. Senior: or Sea Scouts. Cuo
is being used for banking purposes a complete record of ail: persors Commissioner Paul Rardin
which E. C. 12 14
is now open Scouts and all boys to years
Chartered in 1922 the Bank of I arrested The past week shows lJ Rardin told the members of the!
Cowart is the new mechanic and of ae; with their parent' The: ,
Pahokee is Palm Beach County'poldpst arrests from traffic violations.,
commission that the citizens: of ha;
machinery maintenance man. parents pre especially invited Th! i .
financial institution. Th- . i district "just want to be able tpet )
Committees in charge :
of banks in the county I into and Paid "due to
majority town ,
T. S. Kirk. District
Program. Funeral Services
folded during and after the 192:126 : Cane Harvest Will Chairman Rev. C. T. Howes. Dis- fe growth and development of

real estate boom. The local Palm Reach County, as well as tt-e-
trict Commissioner, James H W.I-
bank in conservative hands sine* For Mrs. WalkerFuneral steady increase in population: of
Start Next MondayH. son. Organization and Extensionand
the day of its opening, weatheredthe Alton Jones Court of Hong the Everplades" the county cent-r

financial storm of the boom in that area is advisable
Chairman: Eats and arrangements -
period and came through with flying cervices for :Mrs Mary He called to attention of the
T. Vaughn resident managerof : R. B Simonson. DavilBleech
colors. Again during the depression Elizabeth Walker. 71. of Pahokee commissioners that the road went
the United States Sugar Corporation David Kicklighter J. W.
when going was rough for that were held at the Pahokee First unrepaired for several months laYf'ar.
announced Tuesday Mullis Thadd Whidden. Charles
banks the local bank came Church at 3 and asked that "resolution
Monday October 25, had been set Jones Carl West. Kenneth :Mock Methodist Sunday p. a

through with an excellent record. as the official opening date of the and. A. Q_ HovelL"" m. with Rev. C. T. Howes, pastorof of strong'! wording" be adopted *o
President McIntosh in commenting the church officiating. He was that everything-possible would be
harvest season,
948-49 sugar cane This annual round-up is a great
on the temporary location said: : I I assisted by Rev. C. A. Moberg done to prevent a recurrence o*
weather permitting.Mr. event in scouting and it is hopel
"We ask the Indulgence of our Vaughn said that agricultural that this year may be the greatestof pastor of the First Baptist Churcn. last years story. He pointed out

patrons during the time our new department heads, after an all. The presence of all Scout. Mrs. Walker, wife of City Clerk that Conner's Highway is one of

building is under construction. W* hurricane W. P. Walker, died at her home in the two main arteries to and from
investigation of damage Scout Leaders Committeemen.Scout .
eagerly look to the day when we and Pahokee Thursday night Oct. 14, the Glades area. and that over this
last week are more: optimistic Masters. Cub :Masters an 1
can open the doors of our new following a long illness She cam road a large amount of foodstuff
than was groundlast
a larger crop other Scouters will help to
building and give our friends and. season is predicted, No definite this a truly great occasion. to Pahokee 21 years ago! fromMcLemoresville would flow daily.ThE' .
Tenn., where h- road according to Commissioner -
patrons an outstanding, modemand percentage of loss has beej . !
convenient tanking: service." believed tobe was born She was a member of Rardin. has been under water -
given but it is generall
K somewhat less than at first I I Group Named For the First Methodist Church of Pa for !several weeks this year, and

hokee.In will need a "great deal of patch-
Blue Devils Barely .bought.
at thin I addition to her- husband sat ine" as it did last :)..t"ar."It isn-tin

Able To Tie DelrayThe time.The Mr.primary Vaughn concern said. is the removal I[Flood Control Com. i is survived by a daughter Mrs as bad shape, however, as it was

of flood waters from the i Mary Sue Weath-rs Miami: a win. I last year* Tie said

Pahokee Blue Devils, ;m plantations and it is expected that I William Robert Walker.! Pahokee: I The resolution' concerning: *
I A 21-member citizens flood control
their first game away from home the greatest part of this water will I four grandchildren. Freddie and I county center for the Everglades
I committee for Florida has i RartamVf'at'1 '. :Miami: and which described by one commissioner -
r" was
this season, were barely able to be off by the latter part of thc I
been named Governor Caldwel. "
hold the Delray Beach Seahawk week. Benbow and Ritta Plantations I by ; Eleanor and Robbie Walker Paho- as a "courthouse annex

to a 6 to 6 tie at Delray Friday have been the hardest hit b/ and Fuller- Warren Democratic Vee: and two brothers! W 0 L. and :would have administrative offices
nominee for governor in a joint ; McLemoresvilla i agent..
night. high water and some very effective R. Fl McKimnev.. for the county agricultural

The Pahokee eleven consistently drainage work has been done inboth announcement. I Burial was at the WoodlawnCemeterv :county welfare worker countvmedical

outgalned the Seahawka and had areas The weather has been The 21-member group is expected I \Vest Pain Beach Ber- I officer, a county clinic, etc

the ball in their possession most perfect for the past week and to recommend ways! to raise thestate's i r>"*s Funeral Home was in charg I He asked! in the resolution that
share of a proposed S20 .- :
of the game but seemed to lack large areas in the lake section .000,000 federal flood control program :of arrargements the tnwtees of the Internal Improvement -

the final punch necessary fir have been dried off. A continuation for the tate. I . Fund turn over approximately -

touchdowns. of this kind of weather will assur- I 65 acres of ground abm.1

With two victories, one tie ant all plantations! being dry when the John The committee Montgomery: Miami Beacl I Wroten Is Named 'one mile north of the prison farmon

defeat the record the Blue the Belle Glade-Pahokee mid
one on
harvest starts. Pahokee CouncilmanThe
publisher and president cf Miar.i'Seach
Devils were scheduled to play theSouth The sugar house will besnn op- Chamber of Commerce: L. ; for the" site of the "little courthouse -

Brow ard Bulldogs on Lair Tuesday. October ,
rating either on B. McLeod. Orlando James H. Pahokee City Council at an
Field last night at 8:15. too late 26 or Wednesday. October 27. . .
Allen Pensacola: Dan McCarty. adjourned meeting Tuesday night
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for the game to be printed in this
Fort Pierce: : Jean Bellamj. Miami elected Leo Wroten a member <"* Nursery Is PlannedFor
week's issue of the Everglades
Scout Officials To J. D. Camp. left
newspaper' woman the council to fill the vacancy
News This was originally
game Church.
Fort Lauderdale. by the recent resignation of Councilman Baptist
set for tonight but the date ws Meet In Canal Point JamesJ
Luther Chandler. Goulds: and commissioner of

advanced a day schools by mutual agreement AH Canal Point Scout officials. Love Quinsy H. B. 4Pef streets. sidewalks and parts' A nursery department has bees
of the two
... >- including land. sea and Cub leaders Snively. Winter Haven: Nelson through, Mr Sellers urexpired organized at the' Canal Point Rapt

are urged to be present at a Poynter St. Petersburg newspaper term ti-st Church for the benefit of

Bacom Point Airport vital meeting to he held in the publisher: \\. J. Steed Orlando; D'I Councilmen Wroten' and A. J, very' small children who wish to

Bids Called No,.. 8 Baptist Church auditonum Dn C. Jores. Naples Mrs" Carl Ha- 1 Gamot were named on a committee I attend church: services on Surwiavrntrriijr

Friday evening according to an ton. Fort Mvers to Investigate the feasibility of It is under the supervision -

An advertisement for bills on announcement! of NeighborhoodCommissiorer. From the Florida senate John R.B I Imposing a three-cent municipal ,. of Mrs Charles Jore Evu1ur.d.ay

the new Palm Beach: County R. A. Fuller Local acham.e t Palm; W A. tax; on packages of cigarettes ad morning daring service.

Glades Bacom Point airport will sporsorine institutions! for BOYScout Sband Gainesville: G WarrnSarrher. report at the r.!xt meeting small children and babies wU >"

be carried in Use column of The are the Missionary Eaptir Live Oak: Ll..yd BodeSanford. :! \\:11:1'1 Manley K.rjr; Went cared for *> the parents can attend

Pahokee New. Pahokee. Florida and Methodist Cturrhes: The Cub Palm Beach architect, was author pr Afhing';, Bring the baths *n&

in the issues of CXt 79, and Nov are sponsored by the Canal Point From the house of represent sired: to proceed with the drmwln? children to Sunday School adpla

5, IMS. The call for bids will aLto PTA. The local American Lepor tives. Irlo Brcnson Kisininee! B ;of final rlan is and specifications for to tiv

appear in the Palm Beach Post on will be approached to sponsor A Elliott Pahokee: Simpson" Most'0 the propfe new Pahokee ffo --

Oct. 24. 31. and Nov 7. IMS Those fine group of boys in our: community cello: George Tapper Port :St: ptal' The council voted a $25 contribution Mr and }lA. I. S. Gutbne an-1

Joe the Halloween: carnival (granddaughter, Marcia*;\t
Interested in bidding on the proposed now eligible as Sea Scouts to

airport are hereby advise! We have excellent possibilities far . and party for tie: children <>f Saturday In Miami tinting their

et New Pahcke to be told on Lair Fieri son Norwood Guthrie who U re-
by County Commissioner Paul Sea Scouting and with a bit of Miss Tbelroa Hillier

Rardin that bid will be returnable community cooperation could have Jersey has arrived for a visit wit Saturday evening Oct 30. under cuperatirg from an operation performed

to the board of county commiaionen t1a Unit here that would do credit her parent. Mr. and JCr*. DOT: the sponsorship of PTA in cooperation I recently at Victoria Hospital

cn Nor. 8. 1H8. to local Legionnaire Hillier in Pa.b kM. with various civic group cf that city


Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday October 2%. 1948! '

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You Get Credit In as pike bass and pickereL Our
Cinematic ChatterBy boats only go out to the area near

the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Malcolm Millar This School For BeingA the Navy pier where none of these

fish abound. That does not
Established 1924 -, Published Every Friday Good FishermanThe meat
we ignore the techniques of still
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Sunday-Monday brings to the
with flies
fishing or fishing or fly-
Prince Theatre magnificient ad-
dream of the small boy can
i... The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office venture in glorious technicolor, come true: going fishing and getting rods. All these methods are explained
but it is in the use of rod
I Ir. Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter when "The Swordsman" is presented school credits for it.
and reel for game fish that special
starring Larry Parks and
y week the University of skills
Paul Rardin Owner Editor PublisherThe Ellen Drew and a large cast of are I'l'qtlired.-
Illinois announced that for the For "laboratory"' work. Prof.
featured players headed by Marc
United States only asks for peace with justice in the Platt and Edgar Buchanan.The first time any where in the U. S. Gedvilas's students make artificer

United Nations be made to work for that purpose.President Swordsman is a dashmj a course in fishing was being of bait.
. .
fered. Fifty-seven students at thaNaw
Harry S. Truman new role for the increasingly pop

ss . ular star Mr. Parks and his portrayal Pier School (the University'sChicago Among its many other accomplishments -

of this character is said tobe : division) were learnir. the City of Mount
For 16
in its
The last; Congress has one star crown. years
intricacies of rod and reel
of cleverest. Dora is tax collector's !
one his We all remember a paradise
we were headed for more and more control higher and higher casting.
to Tax Collector Bill
Larry in his fine work in According
taxes. We reversed that trend. We took a new road. We Down To Earth and we are all hbe There was one joKer: No bait is Stewart 99,3 per cent of the city

began to walk in .the paths of freedom.-Rep. Joseph W. pleasantly surprised in Larry used and no fish are caught. Said I taxes has been collected to date

Martin Jr. (R., Mass.) Parks the new romantic lover and instructor Leo Gedvilas: "The reason -I IOf over $46.000 in tax statement

asses swordsman. is obvious. We are teaching the .sent out. only $300 remains to be

Millions of children in this free and wealthy land are not Ellen Drew needs no introduc- art of casting for game fish such paid to the collector.
in school at all and millions more are given a very poor edu- tion to local audiences. :Miss Drew I .
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cational chance.-Glenn E. Snow, president National Edu- bas been seen in many beautiful -
films. Her beauty and personality: -

cation Association. 55 . have won her a place in the hearts I! I

of local audiences. In this new role I
We need far more tolerance far more consideration for she disDlavs all of her talents t.) !

others, far more good will to our fellows. These cannot be great advantage. Shrubs and TreesALL 1

: other compulsion. They must breathtaking
gained through legislation or "The Swordsman" is -

come from education.-Dr. Edmund Sinnott, president, in the beauty of its presentation -
American Association for the Advancement of Science. . Done in technicolor it ;

ssss brings out all of the glorious beauty i i

We are setting up America's best insurance policy against : of nature together with the Authorized Sales and Service ':

communism or any other kind of "ism," and against those: lavish settings that are providedfor
this picture. You :Must see it! JACOBSEN POWER AND ;
who believe that it is the function the state to regulate at the Mai.
See you movies-
completely the lives of all men.-John L. Lewis. . HAND LAWN MOWERS :

- National Officers At
the gas tax income. He says the I

Amendment No. 1 1947 legislature beyond douo: State PTA Meet ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. '

made certain the schools would net

Important If Road reed the gas tax fund before pro WEST PALM BRACH -- KnoK Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons '

posing the amendment. Walker of Atlanta vice presidentof I 1100 Southern Blvd.. We-t: Palm! Beach :

Good Roads Amendment No. 1 region III of the National Con- I

Plan Is To Work does not affect about $18,000.00!) gress of Parents and Teachers will ____ _____ _ __ _ __ __ __ i ir

of motor vehicles imposts alreadv be the national representative at

going to other than highway use. the 25th annual convention of the: ,
The registration fees one of the Florida Congress to be held at :
Florida must act favorably :3n '
largest sources of revenue win not West Palm Beach. November 9-11.
Good Roads Amendments No. 1
he affected by the passage of the it was announced this week b; !I
at the election on November 2 if r Krinir us your TIRE TROUBLES-
amendment.In Mrs. J. Flovde Griffin. Tampa
. the state expects to maintain is
order for the State to protect State President.
State Maintained System according I Tires business size
I are our any any ::
its great tourist and fruit and ve=:- Developing the convention ,
o F Elgin Bavles. chairman I Ii
its the m of the State Road Department.A I etable industries Bajle: says ::1 type to fit particular need.PAUL'S ::
made to
vital that this amendment be family. an effort will he your .
comprehensive analysis reveals show the famly's: importance to I !
parsed so that the State Road Department i I'I '
the reed for immediate im- : such topics "Th*
the nat on by as
will be assured of income
provements estimated to cost ove which will permit the do' ?FamilY-The Cornerstone of tv I i!; SERVICE STATION I

9200,000.000 on the State Maintained partment to do a decent job f"rthe Nation." "Recreation Family :
System alone and this estimate "
Style. and "Live at Home and i ii
motorists who. after all pay CANAL POINT FLORIDA
Like It.
urban connections for which SOMe I for the highways of the state.New Walker will lead a panel discussion -I i I t tI

of the surveys are not complete on this latter subject.

according to Bayless. The State
Officers Take -----
system of 8.736 miles represent I

less than 20 percent of the total Over Bible ClassLast I .

road and street mileage in the

Plate Sunday the newly elected Men I 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADES
Florida is penalizing its motor- officers of the Pahokee

ists by diverting motor vehcle m- Bible Class were greeted with an I

posts to non-highway u;;es. At I attendance that bespeaks for the John and Russell Bennet wer0

present 22 states have constitutional new year one of suc'ess. Those
business visitors in Homestead the
amendment prohibiting the who will serve are C. G. Willis. pat week. To Miami I

vehicle President Paul Tillery, Membership 4 Buses
use of any motor imposts '
Mrs. D. V.. Cunningham and
for non-highw In Florida V. P.: T. \V. Knisjht. Follov- To West Palm Heath I
Mrs L. J. Fraser attended the PTA
36 percent of the distributablemotor ship V. P.: Joe K. Thompson. Social -
County Council meeting in Lak Daily To Ft Jhers & Lakeland
vehicle imposts are divertedto V. P.V.. J, Adims. SpiritualV.
Worth on Tuesday.Mr. .
non-highwav use, as aganst 8 P.; David Unwin. Secretary; I
and Mrs. W. A. (CnckettCross. >
percent in the other Southern Robert Hardaway, Asst Secretary -
Sr, have received word that
States and 5 percent for the Unite : R. P.. Cowart. Song Lead-
their son. W. A. Cross r.. receivedan
States Rev. C. A. Moberg will be tf'" honorable discharge from the Glades Motor Lines, Inc. I

teacher and pianist through Oct )-
Mr. Bayless declares that adequate U. S. Navy on Tuesday and is eepetted :
her 31st the date of his re'igna-
roads cannot be provided to arrive with his family it SERVING THE GLADES"
tion as pastor of the church. J.W. .
without excessive taxation of the I their home in Dorset this weekend .1
Mullis was elected Cor Sect .1I
unless of
motorists a greater He served in the Navy for six
the already high tax payments ar An average attendance of 60 is years and was stationed at th! I
the goal for the month of October
retained for road use. Banana River Base in Florida at
The source of ad valorem tax with plans for further gains as the the time of his dischArge.

elocal. farm-to- season gets under way. St'.er.11"ill {MMa.ais
revenueto improv Miss Irene Vann is a patient atSt.
market roads reducedby not be in the class this yearas -
was greatly Mary's Hospital West Palm -
hte homestead amendment. The a result of accepting position Beach entering Wednesday. Bomwhere..tsit Joe MarsBi j jI'm
local road systems have suffered mconsequence. as teachers As this it one of th.objectives Mr and Mnw, Louis Vann have _

In Florida 27 of this group the valueas llrr _
only is their guest his mother from
percent of the local roads are surfaced to the future is inestimable I Sanford

against 41 percent for the With the Men's Bible class serving -I Mr and Mrs Loel Lance and Mr

nation as a whole. In Florida the as the backbone of the Sunday and Mrs. T ,,-. Griffith are home : GladWe're

local road share of motor vehicle School the Sunday School semi from the National AmericanLegion
the backbone of the church, the "Different!I"
imposts is only: 12 percent the i aa Convention in Miami
most of which is used to pay oil future of the First Baptist Chur(''] Mrs W H. Vann returned f w

county road and bridge debt I of Pahokee is one of much optimism her home in Canal Point Tuesday There's a lot of difference of .
From where I tit, vt tang &I w
ThuSundav's les
United State: oi .
while for the entire after
spending several months A
opinion in oar county on the best never become intolerant of one an-
Abraham" will
local roads get 24 percent of sun From Abram to the Varn hoe in Hendersor.vill"N .
kind of pastllr Some alfalfa other's:
say different tastes-to long
imposts U taught!: bv the teacher!: The class C.
I mixed with brome |rrass-others as we live together with our d !n-
will All . .
According to the chairman. air quartet sing
ay nixed with oats or barley. But cares and even sapplenuaf them
examination into the financial men. visitors and members ar A liizf'-
; "kire railroad dining
and ul"1 all agree that a llliat..,.! better the way brome grass doe alfalfa,
condition convncea hm that thState's '!, most cordially irvited car seating 24 more people than
Sundays than a tingle crop. then we're a mighty goad crop!
commitment for county 'to attend The class meet prewar diner ha. been d..1i'.f'r..1to

schools can readily be met without at 9:45 in Fellowship Hall en: Bacom the New York Central Railroid I sometimes thank people are the So lIei.rhbor-eDjqy you cider

I Point Road by the Pullman-Standard Cir game way- ar.d the itrerffth' of while I enjoy; my brer "Gte f_
. .
I Manufacturing Cor-parv The inproved America is its mixture of *o many your candidate .111.und by mm*!

Herbert Miller has return I direr will eat' ft" persons! diSerert strain x>me from ore Hot never let our difference
from Wisconsin to N-pin his work instead of the usual 44Mr country,some from another right divide Dt!

DUE TO ..WIIIREUEYED666 here as science instructor at Pa- .- down to little d.erence*: uVe:

hokee High: School. and Mr Frank Shaujn t.- folks; who hare a taste for beer a-J Q qf"
.. . "
-! v and their daughter Jeavr those xbo prefer Cider. 0"''' _'

C. A. Major hA returned froM of Tampa: are in New York th'.

I a two weeks visit in North F10.I .-- week where Mn' haUIr ine cv lat -

atte.1.\.r.t a fnerd wedi.r;, c.cI'Jr".4\t 10n f'stoilase. e. .cr.I.w t_

October 22 1948 The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Page Three
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NEW CLASS OFFICERS Howes the church. These two fine
Favor orJd Affairs" Is
Arguments New class officers in the junio"department : are growing almost every
at the Pahokee First Sermon Subjects new faces are present. York's Subject

Port For Pahokee Methodist Sunday school were The Men's Bible Class Pahokee Lions
elected the past week as follows: The First Methodist Church announces
a new series of lessons this
Junior Boys-Allen Segree pres- the Pastor win use as the
ident Ronnie Elliott vice based upon the great men J. R. York assistant pri-i-
Convincing arguments backed ; pre.31dent sermon subjects next Sunday as
by facts and figures showing the ; Philip Dulany. room secretary follows: 11:00 a. m. "God and The Old Testament deriving of Pahokee Schools gave a

need of a dependable harbor and ; Don Beverly corresponding Ordinary Man" and at 7:30 p. m. helpful inspiration from "World Affairs" at a meet-
breakwater ade- secretary; Daniel Howes treas- the sermon subject will be: "God's
port, including a The lesson next Sunday the Everglades Business and
quate channel and wharf at the urer; Earl Douglas Meredith social Purple Heart". At the morning about "The Life and Woman's Club at the
Pahokee waterfront on Lake Oke!- officer. Clyde Alley Jr., con- worship the senior choir will sing Joseph. Men wanting a of Mrs. Rethelle Dobrow
chobee were presented by a groupof duct officer and David Cunningham the anthem under the direction of Fellowship Inspiration night with Miss Lucill
citizens and their representatives oructodian- Glenn Abling as Director and Mrs_ vice will fine a warm and Mrs Elaine Unwm
in an efficient and orderly Junior Girls- Judith Starling. O. S. Bacon. Jr.. as Organist. The among this fine group of as co-hostesses. The speak
manner at a hearing conducted by president I ; Joyce Lynn Hurt secretary Evening Worship R. O. Lampi w il new officers of the introduced by Miss Rut
the U. S. Engineers in the city hall and Olive Gonzales treas- lead the Youth Choir in singin James Vann President. :M. chairman of international

Tuesday morning: Not a voice was urer. --- as well as the Congregational sing- Vice Pres.. J. D. Rogers. and the program was
raised in opposition to the proposed ing with Miss Yvonne Fraser at tary-Treasurer. Other Fami17."W by Mrs. Doris Carte,
. port. I Rabbi Will SpeakTo the Piano. committees will be named chairman.

The hearing was conducted by Local BaptistsRabbi The First Methodist Church need arises. : Sarah Thomas president.
Frank Kmsler and W. H. Daugh- Sunday School continues to grow ens en a brief talk on "Use Your
erty from the Jacksonville officeof Richard Singer will be the with an enrollment of 425 and withan CARD OF THANKSWe in '48." the B&PWC slogan
the U. S. Engineers. Rep. E. guest speaker at the :Missionary attendance averaging over 25O.! wish to thank our year. She also announced a'
Elliott acted as chairman in introducing Baptist Church Monday.: Oct. 25 One of the great causes for this L> friends for their kindness : of District 7, B&PWC.: to
those who presented at 8 p. m. Rabbi Singer will speakon the two fine Adult Classes. The the illness and death of in Lake Worth on Nov. 7.
statistics and spoke in behalf of the "Jew." This: is an open Victory Bible Class. Mrs. R. .'. one. We shall always business meeting of the
the establishment of a port at Pa- meeting Sponsored by Women Schroder. Teacher: and the :Men's consoling words and acts will be held at the home of
hokee.L. Missionary Society and everyoneis Bible Class. Rev. C. T. Howes. ness which were tendered Faye Abling on Nov. 2.
R. Bishop. Port of Palm invited. A short business sessionof Teacher are responsible for a great behalf. To those who -ens en
Beach commissioner reported that W. M. S. is called for 7:30. Th share in the effectiveness' of build- many beautiful floral H. J. Anderson is visiting
the Port of Authority has funds Womens Bible Class of the Canal ing the Sunday School. These two shall ever be grateful. To Miss Margaret An-
earmarked for the rebuilding as Point Baptist Church met at the classes in addition to affording a every one who in any in Lake City this week.
soon as materials are available of home of Mrs. Melvin Pugb Tuesday place for unussual fellowship instruction our burden lighter to .
the Pahokee wharf which was dc- night. After a brief business and inspiration also affords wish to extend our very and Mrs. Carson (Bing
strewed in last year's hurricane meeting a social hour was en a recruiting place for workers appreciation.W. of Canal Point lest last
the new wharf to have steel pilings joyed. for all other departments of P. Walker and for Akron Ohio.

and to be of more substantial con-
struction than the first. Mr. Bishop '
also said that his engineers will .
draw up specifications of channel
needs for the Pahokee port. //ii
John A. Du'.a.y. former mayorof 4
Pahokee. gave statistics of esti-
mated freight tonnage" that woui-1 _
move through the port and th; _
points of destinations of s shipment _
James H. Wilson pointed out _
also the need of a protected port _
in this area for the mooring of the t4. _
smaller: type of boats such as fishing __
boats skiffs, motor boats and _
other kinds of pleasure boat1 _
Congressman Dwight L. Rogers;, _
who was present at the meeting, _
promised to do his utmost to get ; _

the proposed port approved m ; '
Washington D. C. -
Ralph Blank county RDB manager -
also gave statistics in favorof .r_
the port and agreed to com-

bine_his figures with those presented /
by Dulany and others in a Joint
report to be sent to the U. S. Engineers i r..

when completed.C. ) 4ffkirnpay' /hI'
G. March representing the 1 41"f1fIl'8
state railroad commission ants WOI't

Mayor T. C. Richardson also spokein _
favor of the port. It was th- fty fJ'IY fin.wl ntls
consensus of opinion of those attending 6mliys
the bearing that a breakwater -

would be absolutely necosary ;- j Z5 an "WI' .
.* to make a port at Pahokee Increase
cafe and practical.

Leonard DobrowIs 7 fll tIL

Club SpeakerLeonard f/LL.4/S

Dobrow. who is associated
with the Dobrow chain of
theatres In the Glades area. ws
guest 'speaker at the luncheon

week.motion in speaker meeting Ppooner charge Introduced,gave of picture chairman of the a the Woman's talk committee by of program on Mrs.the"The Club club's Alice\n Motion last t* e:>- I' \ \! Billion Dollar Yoad Block'RAitiroans I'

Picture IndustryMrs. -**

Knecks. president.rresideiI .
Parnell at the business session.Mr MUST OPERATE around the clock they must have still further rate and fare Railroads Run for EterjbodjNot : -
*very dry and night of the 3 far. increases. Emplojcs Alone
*. Mabel Wilson Mr. Alice M--
ran and Mrs. Mae Butler membersof Although they know this,leader of 16 rail- Demands Unreasonable The railroad industry: must ivrve not one hut
the membership committee road unions are demanding/: a five-day. Mon- many groups-product rs. LuMnrranx. n, *hipp -
Theae emploves have had substantial raises !', and the general
were in charge of luncheon ar- day through Friday week for one million r pasK-nfrer pulJic
arngements. railroad emplove duringandsincethewar.Thciraterageweek- and day, every day of the )Of"3r. Tl_
members of ly earnings are higher than the a> weekly unions are proceeding in utter disregard r.f
Following luncheon They. want 48 hour pay for 40 hours work earnings of worker in manufacturing;: indWlthioo important d.r.'onnn"d"of- -n railruwi
the club and eighteen guests
the Prince Theatre where thy -in itself C0<7 wage: increase.They tn Ha. They have mere job security than the and otherindw'trks. Industrial plAnt.can tot

saw a special showing of the motion also demand a minimum 12 hours average worker in American indu.ctry. Theyalso hut down over weekend* And hoida)., toUt
picture. "Unconquered." an-t pay for any work performed on Saturday enjoy paid vacations, a retirement 1')1'- freight mail eipma and pawwngem crust
wore served hot. buttered popco-n. and 16 hour pay for any work performed on tem! and other advantages more generous continue to move A"icrvYy ufo rnitrt roil-
.. receiiess. nod cmpl )mrnt knout kit.
the worker
Sundav: and holidav*. than average

Tacky Party Is HeldBy On top of ail this they! want an additional In contract .ith the demands of these K Strike Thrutirk'a
of:!Sc an hour for every! etsplove! onion which add up 10 the equiTalent of 4r an On SrpUroNr 16. 191. the leaders of thc.
Adult UnionThe boor, the Conductor* and Trainmen recently 16 unions began Ut ing a strike vote Hut tkr

You'd Pay the Bill! Killed their sage request fur &II increase of lOc threat tf a strike u M not alter the eppnsatae t>f
Adult Training; Union of t'e the raUrtiadt to *urA mrronoWe drmandt''
an hlU'.
Canal Point Baptist Church (nte-- Summing up there demand'. they mean that
tamedi tie Intermediates an I these union leader seek to force the railroad

Young people at a Tackv Party at; to trite one million fnployct at annual raise . -
the Legion Hall Thursday night. uhick ux>u2d aivrcpr $1500 per CTipJovr* 0 ." '
Games led Mrs L. L. Home
by The total cost of this would be no leas than .
were entered into and enjoyed by 0 .
14 billion dollars per year, which w morethan ,
all after which delicious refreshments
twice the expected! net income of the t
were rbuff t style to ..
railroad this "H.r. ...- -...
about 50 fleets.: Mr, *. J. K. Roy- )
ton and Txwcttc Week won prize You'd pay th* bill bcoitw if the i m- W. ai* pobfaahiBC thin std other adrrrtaviBntt to t.a1k..tIt yen
a. Use tackiest CAM pr* *nt- ...... --. .!. farad a* Uw niIroaM. .t ftnrt lowed about> ....... .which aN aaapec mast io -.,bodyFriday

Page Four __ The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday, October 22. 1943

National Emblem Party Given For Miss Verla Jeffers f

Miss Joan McLartyMrs. Honored At ShowerMrs.

Of Future Farmers I Have You Eaten At. . r
H. M. Mcintosh entertained Lloyd Hundley. Mrs. AudieF.
at her home on Bacom Point Roal Hooks Jr. Mrs. H. C. Graham
Has Great Meaning Saturday with a luncheon honorir. and Mrs. Ceo B. Ramey entertained LOLA'S ,II,
.:Miss Joan McLarty bride-elect of at the Woman's Club building
J. W. Mullis. Friday evening with a Obrido!' . . In Canal Point? I!
The National Emblem of the The hostess used arrangements shower and party honoring Miss I
Future Farmers of America is significant of fall flowers for decorations Verla Jeffers bride-elect of Jesse I
and meaningful in every Place cards were in the form of Leroy O'NeaLThe At Triangle Restaurant in the !
detail. Used by members in all recognized miniature brides and a miniature lace-covered refreshmentstable
units of the organization.It bride and groom stood at the had as a centerpiece a large PackingHouse Area ;you will find
is made up of five symbols; the center of the bride's table. Mfe* punch bowl nestled in an attractive LOLA the. III
owl. the plow, and the rising sun. Clarice Nason and Annette McIntosh i arrangement of tuberoses serving . i I
within the cross section of an ear played soft piano music pink coral vine and fern. Mrs. C.
throughout the luncheon. A. Moberg sang "The Sweetest : '\
The hostess presented the honoree Story Ever Told" and Miss Joan i
with a lovely piece of silver- McLarty sang "Always." Soft -: Mrs. Lola McBane, Prop. : -
ware. Plates were laid for Mrs.G. piano music was played throughout ; II
C. McLarty. Mrs. L. M. Mulli. the party by Mrs. M. F. I I .....
z b Mrs. David Bleech. Miss Mary George.A .
Mullis. Miss Clarice Nason. Mr*. contest prize was won by Mrs.
George Tucker, Mrs. Sam WiHams. D. W. Cunningham and a door ----- - -- ----------- --

Miss Patsy Elliott Miss prize, by Mrs. Carmen Salvatore PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
t Jt'p Loretta Wilson. Miss Laurie Rovers Sr. Mrs. Hooks assisted the hon-
J Miss Julia Mathis Miss Yvonne oree with the unwrapping and display - -- - --- -

I Fraser and.Miss_ .Marian Jones. of the many lovely gifts and .. : .: ) : : :-: .: : .:-: -.-).). ,. .
Mrs. Ramey was in charge of tlr.
which is surmounted by
of corn,
. the American Eagle. Upon the Edwin Rice and Gene Pickrensaw bride's book. Approximately 10 :!: Office Machine Headquarters =>
Florida-Rollins footba'J invited.Mr.
face of the emblem appear also the the guests were
words "Vocational Agriculture"and game in Gainesville last weekend. -- .4. Underwood Typewriters {.
the letters "FF A." The owl is They were accompanied to Gaines and Mrs. Alvin Armstrongand A Sundstrand Adding Machine h.
symbolic of wisdom and know- ville by Mrsi Marvin Unwin who son, Gary spent the weekerd & Marchant Calculating Machines .
ledge; the plow is the symbol of had been visiting. .relatives here. in Pahokee with his parents. Dr. 4) A. B- Dick Mimeographs ....
labor and tillage of the soil; the and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong. Elliott Addresso Graphs r
rising sun is emblemic of progressand Mrs. Jess Elliott and Mrs. Curtis . .: F & E Check Writers.
the new day that will dawn Chase: Pahokee cub scout den Mrs. S. B. McDowell has returned -
when all farmers are trained anl mothers attended a pow-wow for from a visit of several months 4'(: HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. (;

have learned to cooperate: tha cub scout leaders held at St. Ann's with relatives and friends in Indiana .:.. Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach .
section of an ear of corn School in West Palm Beach Satur- Kentucky Maryland and .yc
represents cross common agriculture day. Danielstown. Va. ..c..... :. :..) :...... :. :..:..:..:..:. :. :. :. : : .

interests since corn is native to
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America and grown in every State
and the eagle is indicative of the
national scope of the organization I

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Green Hands Will Be \\

Initiated At the regular November bimonthly meetIng 1 Vote for ;!

of the Pahokee Chapter, F.i I! I Ii Ii Ill
trre Farmers of America, belt I,
:Monday night in the high scho i
agriculture building, the chapter .
sot Nov. 1 as annual initiation '
day for green hands. The policy "
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proclaimed by national and state AMENDMENT NO. 1"
officers that "rough stuff be
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omitted from FFA initiations was
endorsed by the local chapter.The I II

class of candidates for the This amendment will not affect the sources from which I:
degree of green hand who will be
initiated on that date includes Do school funds are obtained. I;;
Adams. Orel Adams. Leland Bee I ,
ton. Rual Boyd. Eugene Buchanan,

Bobby Robert Carlton.DeLoach Eugene Gene Carutber Enfinger,, I Florida is now spending $100,000,000 annually :

Albert Graves Paul Gresham, on education. II:
Charles Hamilton Bill Hatton I
Ray Hayes Billy Henderson.

Julian F-onkhn Jones Howell.Harry Gordon Levins. Danny Hoyie I The same legislature that proposed this amendment I:

:Mullis. Calvin Padgett. Jimmy Ro took full consideration of county school needs in
zelle John Rogers Billy Rosier, O. I
increasing their annual appropriation from
G. R 'a1s. Bennie Sims. Ted Slid I
ham. Lee Suggs. George Scrugg. $18,000,000 to $42,000,000. "
Eugene Thornton. Louis Pope Le-
vone Faircloth and Tony Lively. I ;II,

The father date for and the son chapter's banquet was annual More than $16,000,000 of motorists' license tag fees are 01 ij

tentatively set for Friday. Feb. I already going to schools and this will not be affected. II
18 or 25. !IIj'I
Secretary Ralph Chaney was n I j'
troduced to make arrangements
for entering the Pahokee FF.
This Amendment i
Chapter in Sears. Roebuck and
Company's "PUI!! the Chicken Pa; -

py"free contest chicks with and to apply other be for FFA raised a quotaof chapters icompetition : WILL NOT HURT THE SCHOOLSI i

chick I)
in South Florida. These
mill be served at the FFA father i iI
and lion banquet. .
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David Ramey. FFA reP<'rter. ii,

Snyders NewlywedsMr. EntertainFor . ::1 i VOTE FORAmendment j ji

and Mrs. Albert Snyder entertained 11
J No. 111"I
recently at their home i in ;
Pahokee with a party and fami!.
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reunion honoring her newlywed

brother and suter-in-law Mr. and : ELECTION DAY---NOV. 2 1948 ;'
Mrs. A. J. John Jr. of For ,
Myers. Others attending were )
and ).fr.. B. J John and .fr'l I''I h'
Joan and Jean Janet. Mr. and Mrs '
Florida Good Roads Association
Carl Jones and sons. Kenneth ant I
Edward and Danny Johns all -:-:
BH Glade: Mr and Mrs. Rudolph
John.* and son. Robert Mrs. Wills I !i I.
John Junior Wilson and ),1M". I I
Eunle Smith all of Fort Myr 10
and Carol Snyder of Pahokee.

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Page Six The Kerglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, October 22, 1948
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Mrs. Inman W. Weeks, who has Corinne Collins Has Woman's SocietyIn I Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Earl Win-
been convalescing from a recent gate of Clewiston announce the
major operation at the homes of Birthday PartyMrs. District MeetingA 1 birth of a son, Dennis Earl,
relatives in Sebring and Lulu Fla., Oct. 14.

was able to return to her home in L. M. Collins entertained Glades subdistrict'meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Lamb of

Pahokee Sunday. Mr. Weeks at her home Saturday with a party the Methodist Woman's Society of Okeechobee announce the birth cf

motored to Sebring Friday eveningto for her daughter, Corinne, wno Christian Service was held at the Miss Amanda Janette Harrington a son Wallace, Jr., Oct. 14.
bring her home. was celebrating her tenth birthday First Methodist Church in Pahokeeon announces the arrival of a Mr. and Mrs. Audrey C. Hitchcock -
. anniversary.The Thursday of last week with of- of Canal Point announce the
baby sister. Nancy Elizabeth at
L. M. Collins was a business hostess used the Halloween ficers of the Miami District in the Pahokee hospital on last Fri- birth of a son. Aubrey Allen. Oct.
visitor iin Wauchula and Mulberrythis motif in party decorations. Following charge of the program. day the fifteenth of October. 13.

week. the playing of games at noire Mrs. O. E. Pearson of Fort i Nancy Elizabeth and her mother Mr. and Mr9.'\V. T. McAlpine of

a double feature at the Prince Lauderdale, district president presided I Mrs. A. R. Harrington have been Sanford announce the birth of a
theatre was seen by Corinne and and Mrs. John A. Dulany. removed to their home in Canal son. William Edward on Oct. 12.
IN THE FOR CIRCUIT PALM BEACH COURT COUNTY IN AND her guests including Annette McIntosh Pahokee WSCS president gave the Point where they were welcomedby Mrs. McAlpine is the former Miss

FLORIDA Jeanine Mock Kay and welcome address. WSCS represent- Mr. Harrington.Mr. Esther Kilpatrick of Pahokee ani:
CHANCERY NO. 25,194 Cindy Friend. Betty Holt. Sandra atives from Canal Point. Pahokee. Port Mayaca.
LOREN WILEY MEREDITH : Mrs. George Rushing
Plaintiff : Long, Antionette Santo. Kathleenand Belle Glade and Lake Harbor were
of Pahokee announce the birth ofa -
TO. : Alice Joyce Spencer and present.
LUDMILLA MARY MEREDITH.: Hammond. daughter on Oct. 19.
Defendant : Lynette Departmental talks were given Mrs. H. :M. McIntosh is spendingthe
NOTICE TO APPEARTO .. . by Mrs. Byron Sperow of Coral :Mr. and Mrs. Roy Addison weekend in St. Petersburg visiting -
3251 West Cermak Road. Chicago 23 Guild Holds First Gables "Promotion and Reports;" Browning of Pahokee announce the her son. Kenneth McIntosh a
Illinois: Mrs. T. N. Alexander "Christian birth of a daughter, Wanda Sue cadet at Florida Military Acad-
You are hereby required to appear In Meet Of SeasonSt. Social Relations and the Local Oct. 14. emy.
the above Court on the 15th day of
November. A. D. 1948. at the CourtHouse Church:" Mrs. Irl Garnett "Child I
In West Palm Beach. Palm Beach Martha's Guild. Episcopal ren's Work;" Mrs. Chester Salb of -- -- -- --- --- .
County. Florida to answer to the Bill "
of Complaint Divorce filed against, Church of the Holy Nativity, held Coconut Grove, "Supplies; Mrs. I II
you In the above entitled cause and it.'t first meeting of the fall season C. H. Summerss, "Status of Women {I
The Everglades Nea newspaper at the home of Mrs. Thomas Breg- ," and Mrs. G. C. Wood. "Sirit-
regularly published In Palm Beach
County. Florida Is hereby designated ger Monday evening. Preceding the : ual Life." I Office
as the newspaper In which this Order! business!! session a supper was served Mrs. R. W. Sanders and Mrs. .:*. Space
rhall be published once each week for I ;
four consecutive weekly: Issues. by Mrs. Norman Kennedy Mrs. M. (Mike) Sanders sang a duet. : !i.
DONE AND ORDERED at West Palm I Curtis Chase and Mrs. C. T. Jack- accompanied by Mrs. Orin S. Bacon I '
Beach. Palm Beach County. Florida ,
hostesses.The who also played I I I
this 13th day of October. A. D. 1948. son organist
J. ALEX ARNETTE. Clerkof meeting was opened with several hymns. Rev. Carson T.I :

Beach the Circuit County.Court.Florida.Palm Rev. A. J. Lively leading the groupin lowes led the group in prayer. ForgRentOFFICES j ji

Circuit Court Seal prayer. Mrs. Kennedy and :Mrs. Members of the Pahokee WSCS 1
By Thaddle P. Plant. Jregger were named on a committee were hostesses at the luncheon i
Deputy Clerk
THADD WHIDDEN to plan an afternoon of wcr'eon ervcd ir the rscrr'\tion:: hell of i,
Attorney for Plaintiff the church lawn with all members I he church at noon with M -9. "=-. L. :
Pahokee. Florida of the church to be invite 1to CONVERTED TO :
Pub Oct. IS. 22. 29 and Nov. 5. 1948. P<'Pt'. hospitality chairman. ii
take part. This afternoonf charge of general arrangements.Airs. .

.. work will end with a picnic supperon - PLEASE THE TENANT
the church grounds.

Classified AdsFOR :Mrs Bregger was appointed Mober? Will Be
chairman in charge of a benefit I
honored At ShowerAn
rummage sale to be sponsored bvhe 11
SALE: New and used Willys guild in the near future. :Mrs. -- -- I I IDEAL OFFICE SPACE AND
afternoon ten and linen: shower
Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage in J. P. Lawrey will assist in this i
Belle Glade Phone 126. Jllctt proioct. It was announced that tr.Pguild honoring M's. C. A. :Mober Will PLENTY OF IT
benefit 1P held at the: First Baptist Fcl" .-
will also sponsor a
SEPTIC tanks and grease traps cake s>?le on Nov. 6 with Mrs. O. RBleeeh ",,' ;ip Hall Surdav. Oct. 24. a*
cleaned and repaired. Phone to be in charge. 3:30 p. m. IrIolx r togetherwith
3S72. Bob Douthit Pahokee. M17c The next mN'ting"ill be at the her family, is leaving the
first of November to make h*** INQUIRE ATFisher's
Nov. 15.
home of :Mrs. Kennedy on
WELL DRILLING: See intro-'l home in Miami Beach after sevehand
Douthit Pahokee, Fla.. Phone ttrs. G. Townsend was
one tJalf1'3 of residence
3872. July 16c.i duced as a visitor.Howell .
. here. The farewell shower and tea.
FOR S.UIodf'rn Siaroomhouse originally: scheduled to fee heM CafeOr

furnl!hf'd.1th two car I BrownMr. Thursday night of this* week w; ;

garage, located no Bacom Point postponed in order to avoid a conflict -
Road. Call Raymond Christian and Mrs. E. L. Brown with the football game en See

Phone 593. St. Oct 15 tf I 3886 Magnolia Dr., Palo Alto Lair Field that night. AH worn :1
Calif.. announce the engagementand of the church and friends of Mr:
IDEAL BUSINESS LOCATION: I approaching marriage of their Hoberg are invited to attend.
Bill Golden
A home and income, general daughter Miss Dixie Lee Brown -us S.

merchandise, fish and poultry Coll to Edward W. Howell, Jr.', ET3 Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Harris i

Storage wJ accommodate several USN. of Pahokee.The and daughter are spending this IN PAHOKEE
thousand pounds of food. 6 living bride-elect is a graduate of week in Pahokee at the home of

rooms connected, located on Bel'1 the Willits Senior High School her I'arent.t.11'. and Mrs. II. J.
Glade-Pahokee highway at Fli.East Willits. Calif., and attended Reed- Clause. II '
Coast railroad crossing. 100 ey College, Fresno and Santa: -
ft. frontage Just outside of ,citv Rosa College. Santa Rosa. Calif.
limits of Pahokee. established and I Mr. Howell. son of Mrs.' William

going business room for Poultry McClemthan of Pahokee. graduated -
house, priced right. Some terms. from Pahokee High School :n
For Sale by Owner Phone r>O>. 1947 following which he enlisted
Pahokee P. O. Box 398 Canal in the Navy. For the past year h-'
Point, Fla. St-Oct. 15-ti has been attending the; Naw's'
Electronics School at Treasure
PEPPER I'LCali forni3
Island. Calif.
Wonder $3.50 per thousand. F.
The wedding is scheduled to
O. B. Sanford. See W. A. Fit ..
take place in Cahfornii the last of
Rt. I, Sanford. Fla. K-O-22-2t
this month.
EXCELLENT Child Care by day -

or week. Phone 4533. K-N-5' Week Of Prayer r

FOR RENT: Ten acres close in Will Be ObservedOn
muck, north of Canal Point r

For cash.Iyrtlt" Rnsco. 3S10 Monday, Oct. :;;. at 7:30 p.
Lake Ave.. Art. 3.'e t Pain m. all members of the Pahokee a

Beach. O-29-PJ First Methodist Woman's Society

of Christian Service are invited tc +
assemble in the social hall of the 1.4

church for a sacrificial supper :n i- I
IA -r
observance of week of prayer and ill! J-

self denial.A .
Prince Theatre self denial offering will be collected ON HOME

at this !'Upper.Irs.. t.1..
Lair spiritual Rife chairman will
Pabokee, FloridaSundayMonday be in charge of general arrangement I

*. She will be assisted by Mr.'" RriA3

: J. V Thoma Mr Emma Wheel'TMr .
?. Kenneth Mock Mr*. J. T.
Bo -nt.ln.Irl.. O. M. nfl Ik and M--
Oct. 24-25 J. T. Pickett. Preceding the sup- -

per. separate business sessions will iFHM -1
be briefly conducted bv the Marl

"The Swordsman"starring Marthi. G<>rtru or.son-I.air C-.rels. 4 TERMS
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Mr. and Mrs II. J. Cause left
Larry Parks, M. r.dfor a visit with relatives ;Ii j
in Sanford and Clearrr.ont. Fli

Ellen Drew From there Mr_ Clause went on
Waterboro.. S. C. where he wa
Marc Platt Joined by Roy Var.dffrnft, Sr.. Glades Appliance Corporation
Ttadd W hidden. Lfi Friend and
J Robert B. Uckey on a big "deer
_.. -- party. Dee'd3be Building Materials Belle Glade, Fla.

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! Every violation of the center line of safety is a potential prelude

to accident.
: Crossing: into the danger zone can occur at the approach to '.

; the top of a hill-on a curve-going into an underpass, or

even on the straight highway. That's reckless, dangerous
driving! Accident records show that about one half of all

Mr. Pedestrian, fatal these.traffic accidents result from bad driving habits such a.

i WALK SAFELY It's your responsibility to yourself, your family and to
others who share the road to avoid these "Pass-Pockets"

LIVE where lurk injury-and death.

LONGER Don't let impatient driving tag your conscience with beingone

I of those who contributed to the maiming or death of the

I : hundreds of thousands who will be auto accident victims this

I. year.
I Yon eon be a safe driver if you wilL It's up to you.

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** Eight The Everglaoes News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, October 22, 19..S
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Solomon Story For Republican SpeaksTo of Palm Beach; Frank Kinder W. Shower And Party For!I I I(con Jr., pianist who also played
H. Daugherty. Miss Vivian Phillipsand ;several piano selections.
Men's Bible ClassOne Pahokee LionsRolf Miss Elizabeth Johnson, of toe Miss Joan McLartyMiss Miss Mary Mullis and MISJ
U. S. Engineers' office in Jacksonville Clarice Nason assisted the bndc-
of the greatest charactersof Kaltenborn of Palm Beach, ; Capt. J. J. Upchurch and Joan McLarty. bride-elect elect with the opening and displayof
all time was the Bible personality Republican candidate for Congress, D. E. Etlerp of the U. S. En of J. W. Mullis was guest of honorat the many lovely gifts. Shirley
known as Solomon. He chose gave a talk on "The Menace uf gineers' office in Clewiston, MayorT. a shower and party given at the Watson was a contest prize win
wisdom in preference to everythingelse. Communism" at the Tuesday C. Richftrdson and Leland Shi Woman's Club building Tuesday ner.Refreshments
He received wisdom and luncheon meeting of the Pahoke ley guests of James Sims, student night by Mrs. R. O. Lampi Mrs. of ice cream and
everything: else. Yes, he went the Lions Club.Through. member. E. L. Pope Mrs. L. L. Shirley, Mrs. cake were served by the hostess
way of all flesh. This Sunday an unusual coincidence .s>r H. L. Speer and Mrs. J. C. Shoep- to approximately 75 guests.
morning at 9:45, Rev. C. A. Mo- the Hon. Dwight L. Rogers of Foit BAKE SALEA pel, hostesses. . .
berg, teacher of the Pahokee Lauderdale. Democratic candidatefor I benefit bake sale will be he'd Crotons and pompom crysanthemums Mrs. Ruby Chaney had as guests
Men's Bible Class will present the re-election to the same of fie'2, ,I in front of the Pahokee postoffice were used in decorating the the past week her sons and daugh-
lesson "And Solomon Reigned." was also a guest of the club and Saturday Oct. 23. from 10 a. m. I clubhouse for the party. A yellow ters-in law, Mr. and Mrs. Garland
The class quartet will present graciously consented to" speak to 1 p. m. The sale is being sponsored I and white parasol edged with lace Chaney and Mr. and Mrs. Elick
another of its splendid programs. briefly on "Flood Control. by the Junior Methodist! doilies stood in a bowl overflowingwith 'I Chaney, who were enroute to their!
C. G. Willis will preside. This wJl Mr. Kaltenborn was the scheduled Youth Fellowship group of the Pa orange blossoms to form the homes in Homestead from Hendeisonville. -
be next to the last time the teacher guest speaker. Congressman hokee First Methodist Church. centerpiece for the bride's tab!**. N. C.: also Mr. and Mrs.
will have the privilege of meeting Rogers was among those who took Proceeds will go into the fund being This lovely unusual centerpiecewas Andrew Katona and Mrs. Lena
with the class, in view of his resignation part in the U. S. Engineers' hear- raised to purchase a new piar. designed and made by Mrs. Taylor of Miami.
as pastor, effective Sun- :ing on the proposed channel and for the Junior department of the Pope's mother, Mrs J. V. Chastain.
day October 31st. A most cordial port for Pahokee held at Sunday school. On the program Miss Shirley . ..
invitation is extended to all unaf- I hall earlier in the morning all of .. . Watson gave two readings, Tne Mrs. Paul Rardin is at her horn
filiated men of the community and whom were luncheon guests of the Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Johnson have Wedding" and "Mollie and Jimmy in Canal Point after spending several -
visitors. :Lions. as a house guest this week hit! Baker." Mrs. C. A. Moberg sans weeks with her parents. Dr.
This Sunday morning will marc;: Other guests introduced by Rep. sister, Mrs. L. J. Brandon, of the "Sweetest Story Ever Told" and Mrs. W. O. Strickland in
the last time the pastor Rev. C. I B. Elliott were L. R. Bishop Port West Palm Beach. accompanied by Mrs. Orin S. Ba- Glennville, Ga.
A. Moberg will fellowship with his I
people in the observance of tt:s I ----
Lord's Supper. It is hoped that all
will make a special effort to be
present. The class quartet will I
sing. Mrs. Moberg will render the !
solo "Sin Will Not Have Dominion I
Over You," one of the many re I

quested.At 7:45 the,. the evening pastor service will preach beginningat on. i i Bank of Pahokee i iI

"Cod's Plan of Salvation." Musical I
selections will be presented by the
ladies' quartet and the claai 'h
quartet. The request number "I? .
We Never Meet Again,* will bo I
sung. The "Illuminated Cross Med ANNOUNCES REMOVAL TO A

itation Sing" will likewise be pre-
sented.It .
is hoped by the pastor and his j
family that every member anJ I Temporary Location !
friend will make a special effort .t
to be present this Wednesday n
night, the last for Rev. Moberg as t
midweek e r, I II
pastor. The p ray tjr
praise and Bible study meetings of jr
the First Baptist Church of Pah- I
kee have been one of the joys of ,
the seven and a half years ministry

here." . Pahokee Lions Club Building !


B. Elmo Scoggin.
Canal Point Fla.
Activities for week of October i iII
24th. through 31st. DURING THE TIME A iI
Sunday Oct. 24th: Sunday I
School 10:00 a. m.. Preaching

p.11:00 m.. a.Preaching m. Training 7:30 p.Union m. 6:45 New Home Is Constructed I

Monday. Oct. 25th.: General II
meeting of the Woman's :Mission-

ary Society 8:00 p. m. Rabbi Rich- III
ard Singer of West Palm Beach I Ii IiI
will be the main speaker. All the I II IIII
citizens of this community arj il ilIi
urged to be present for this meet Ii
ing. It will be of great interest to II
all. both men and women. Sun We take this opportunity to ask the indulgence of our r
Beam Band at the Canal Point
Church at 2:30 p. m. R. A. and G. friends and patrons while our: new home is under con- I';i
A. groups at the Church at 3:15;

p.m. struction. We look forward to the day when we can occupy -
Wednesday. Oct. 27th.: Prayer Ii
Meeting 7:45>> p. m. The 4th. chap- I our handsome new bank building which will be j'
ter of Amos will be the passage
for: study. Choir practice will follow !
the ultimate in
the Prayer Meeting. equipped to give you-our patrons- t
Thursday and Friday. Oct. 28tn.
and 29th.: The annual meeting of banking service. i i iI ;
the Palm-Lake Association at I I II
Northwood Baptist Church. Welt I I
Palm Beach. The services start at I '
While located in headquarters in the ,
10:00: a. m. eac hday. I our temporary
Sunday. Oct. 31st.: Sunday
School 10 a. m.. Morning Worship : Lions Club Building we will do our very best to inconvenience s j'l j'lI
11:00: a. m. Training Union 6:15 p. '

m.. Evening Worship- . 7:30 p. m. you as little as possible. We'll appreciate your

Plastic Road MayBe ii'I cooperation.Bank.

Built In FutureIf :

that super de Ruse sedan you II '
have on order isn! 't delivered until I'1 f i iI'
sometime in the '50's. at least youunll '
have a fair chance of breakingit
in over a new Wind of road: on.
fhade of plastic.Dr. of Pahokee ;
Han! Wmterkorn ofPrinceton
told the American
Chemical Society last fortnightthat N
plastic roads based on techniques K (:
developed in building military f Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationU'e j'j'I
airfields, are Uefmtely under I
way. They w U be cheap enough to k
make good roads: possible in rural
arras throughout the world strong I \
and durable a* concrete. A plastic: ,
road is already being --- .
program --- - -- -
planned in the Argentine. -

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