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

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FRIDAYOctober 1



County Purchases ,: New Tank In B. G. Phone Company Is I Gifts Should Be Conners Highway

Water System PlansBelle In Before Nov. 1st.

Equipment From Asking Increase I Will Be Re-Opened
Glade Water Commissioner I :Members of the Canal Point

N. D. Lloyd and Water Plant I Auxiliary are making an effort tc
The Government Superintendent C. H. Throop. wentto Rates State-Wide ship Christmas gifts to Pratt Gen- During Next Week

:Miami last Monday to check on eral Hospital in Miami before Nov.
the pipe necessary to the construction 20-the final date. Mrs. Edith
The Palm Beach county commission Claiming that increased rates With favorable weather conditions -
of the new tank to main distribution Cross said that the gifts should
Monday moved to purchase are necessary to meet today's costs conducive to road building
lines. All but a few fix cost not less than $1 and may be
<< government equipment, Including : and render good service in Florida Conner's Highway between Canal
tures were found and purchased for men women or children.
a dragline and road construction E. C. Bowen, district managerof Point and Twenty-Mile Bend will
from the City of Miami. The gifts are passed out amonj
machinery, obtained last I the Southern Bell TelephoneCo. be' opened for traffic next week:
Fifteen more water meters were the patients in the hospital; in or-
fall the 1: revealed his after been closed for
following September today companyhas having sev-
installed during this week and all I der that they select one and send
hurricane. asked the State Railroad and eral weeks since the first 1943
meters were read for billing pur- I it home to their wives or children.
County Engineer J. M. Boyl Public Utilities Commission: to hurricane. County CommissionerPaul
poses. A car of Hydrated Lime Tlie: lifts should be light and easyto ::
was authorized to negotiate with boot: telephone rates in this conn- Rardin was assured on Wed-
was received and unloaded wit rack. Mrs. Cross said. Anybody
the FVVA for the purchase of this It". as well as other sections of tiz: jnesday of this week that a full impair -
the help of City prisoners. who so desires may make a donation -
equipment, and it was reported State.In crew was on the job in effort
I to the cause.
that the had a - ter schedule: of rate
government placed filing to get the road hack in shape for
price of about $27,000 on the e.i- boost. Mr. Bowen said the company I - travel.
tire lot of machinery. Children Of Canal !I asked the State Commissionto Rardin's assurance came fron

Authority to advertise for bids Point Are Ready authorize t.enf'W rates ten.- Lair Field To Be The Maintenance Superintendent rap

to repair the courthouse roof wa forarilv under bond effective im I PTA of the State Road Department wto
Scene of Pahokee
granted to County Engineer J. M. For Their Carnival mediately.Mr. has always worked cooperatively;

Boyd by the commission after th'? Bowen said West Palm Halloween PartyLair with Glades interests.:! Mr. Papy i i.

engineer reported that leaks had Children of Canal Point who in Beach business rates would tae thoroughly familiar with the!

recently caused water to dram the past have joined Pahokee hiked from $8.85 to $10 under the Field will be the scene of a Glades and its needs and knows

down the walls in certain sections children for the annual Halloween new schedule while four-party residential Halloween carnival and party for the value of Conner's highway to

of the building. Boyd estimated I party at Lair Field will have z lines would go from $2.75 the children of Phokee Saturday the Everglades section of Palm

that the repair job would amount I Halloween carnival and party of to S3. evening. The party is being given Beach county.At .
to approximately 1300. I their own this year to be held this He revealed proposed rate in- by the Parent-Teacher Association a special meeting of the
The commission authorized the: Saturday evening under the sponsorship creases for Lake Worth, Boynton with the financial assistance of th. Palm Beach County Board of Commissioners -

re-employment of A. A. Weybrechtas I of the Canal Point Parent- Beach. Delray Beach, Boca Raton. Lions Club, the Rotary Club, the held at the request of

assistant county engineer. His Teacher Association.The Belle Glade Pabokee which will Woman's Club, the B&PW Club Commissioner Rardin last week, .1

duties will be largely confined tc I children are asked to be at I affect business as well as residential the Elks Lodge, the city of Paht specially worked resolution was

assisting County Engineer :J. M. I the Canal Point school grounds at subscribers. kee and the Beta Sigma.... Pbi So- adopted and St'nt.o' the State
"' Boyd with the vast amount of 6:45>> p. .r). .. 4\ ,.the'pa def '" iiMceaknrn.-.-Mr Bowen listed rority. -- Road: Drpaftmi&t !n TallaTia

work entailed in the S3.600.000 I costumes 'can get started promptly the present and proposed rates Mrs. Al Beverly, general chair- and to division headquarters in
road and bridge Improvement program at 7 o'clock. They will be divided for the following areas: man in charge of arrangement, Fort Lauderdale. This resolution!"

recently assured this counter into four groups for the West Palm Beach requests:! that all children be in called for Immediate action on repairing -

by the state. Weybrecht was formerly awarding of prizes: Preschool age, Business. S8.85. raised to $10. front of the City Hall at 6:15>> p. in. the road as soon as the
assistant county engineerand first and second grades third an! Residential 4 party $2.75. raised in costume to march in a body to water receded from it.
resigned during war time to fourth grades and fifth and sixtn to $3.Residential. Lair Field. The children will be divided Division Engineer J. )of. \\'atson
enter the armed forces, where h<> grade. Four cash prizes will b? rural $2.35. raised into four groups for th and Maintenance Engineer \\'Inllto -

spent four years, according t? presented to children of each groua;: to 275. awarding of prizes: Preschool and Carlton have kept a close watch
Commissioner Lake LytaU West who are wearing costumes judgedto Lake Worth and Defray Reach kindergarten first second and on Conner's highway and tl-e

Palm Beach who recommended be the prettiest the funniest. Business. $5.50 raised to $6.50. third grades fourth. fifth and sixtgrades' :! heights of the water thereon. Just

that he be reemployed.Palm I the most original and the most Residential individual $3.10. and seventh eighth and I a." soon as the water receded they*
Beach county propert' I typical of Halloween. Judges will raised to $3.50. ninth grades. Four cash prizes I issued orders for immediate repair.

owners were given the assurance be Rev and Mrs. Ralph A. Fuller. Two-partv $2.<5O. raised to $3. will be awarded to children of Citizens of the Everglades sectionof

Monday by the county commissionthat Dr. and Mrs. Elmo &o gins and Four-party $2.10. raisedto $2.5O. I each group judged to be wearin the county are deeply gateful
the new $3.600.000 road and Mrs. C. G. Coburn. Children must Rural $1.85. raised to $2.25. the most beautiful, the most original to Messy?. Watson. Carlton and

bridge improvement program will be masked in order to be eligible Bosnian Beach Bora Raton. the most comical and the Papv for this splendid cooprration.
not result in any special assessments for prizes according to Mrs. D. It. Belle Glade and PahokerBusines most typical of Halloween costumes. If work gory along according to

when the commission directed i- Hall chairman in charge of general ' $:..!)O. raised to $5.75. Judges will he furnished by plan mad bv these three FRO

County Attorney Harry A. arrangements. Residence, individual $3.10. raised the Business and Profession*! officials, traffic will b* rolling
Johnston to draft a resolution to I Following the parade the children to $3.25.Twopartv Woman's Club of Belle Glad throtieh the sevrraMim9-floodd-!
this effect. of the various rooms will be $2.GO. raised to $2.75. Following the parade various out highway not later than Friday

C. Y. Byrd, Delray Beach, chairman entertained at parties given by Four-partv $2.1O. raised to $2.25. parties will be held for the chil Iron mornine. November 5.

and any other commissionerwho rom omothers. Rural $1.60. raised to $2. I with room mothers and teachers . .
can arrange to make the trip. Lake ParkBusiness acting as hostesses. The senior
were authorized by the commissionat $".50. raised to $5. I high school students will go to tho Schools Won't Be Hurt

its Monday meeting to attend That Bass Doesn't Residentindividual $2.75. raided Elks Hall for a dance party. Par- By No. 1 Amendment
the annual meeting of the Florid i to $3.NO ties for the junior high Orht.l I

State Chamber of Commerce It't I Have To Be Foot Long, . !'tud"nL11 be held at the gymnasium TALLAHASSEE That HilU-
Orlando on November 14. 15, 16. and the woman's clubhouse
borough Coutny schools receiv
TALLAHASSEE The State MIDGET RACINGA while the elementary school children
53 42 cents out of every county tax
3 New Trucks For Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission will be divided into r *>ni dollar announced last: week by
I I today eliminated its 1:: I proposed plan for midget groups for parties on Lair FiM. Hillshnrough County Tax ConK
Glades Road Dept.The inch size limit on black bass.Removal auto racing at Palm Beach Int-- Mrs. Beverly is being assistedby chl man. has attracted much interest -

of the ban will become national Airport was killed by a a parade committ Mrs. E, I. in many parts of the atat.
Board of County Commissioners effective Dec. 1. unanimous ,'oteof the Palm Pore, chairman Mrs. II. M. Met n- Supporters of Goal Ho a d *
on Monday of this weeV The commission after hearing Beach county commission at its tosh and Mrs. F. F. Mclllwain. and Amendment No. 1 have contended
authorized advertisement for bits also ,'ot..1 Monday. by a refreshments committee. Mr
several delegations meeting
i that the school I. would not
on three dump trucks to Tf'rla."poM unanimously to permit year-round I The project had ben presented i J.: V Thomas. chairman. Mrs F:. P by the pasrjg of tht

ones in the Glades road dorartment. fishing except on specific lakes in i by Airport DircV L. R. Hick- Holt Mrs. :Max; Beverly. Mrs. 1*. I amendment.! Thin come the an-
according to P a u IBardzn. dlM"U.cJW'11 Faulk. :\fr Lester Duncan and
Gulf Cal our. and Jackson counties. i am. The commission had I F. !! irmrt of the great p rtion of
Rid: will be opened onMov. I the proposal two weeks a to. and I Mr*. Thomas Elliott. tax fords that are already going toTh
8 for three I'; ton duirp! on Monday it wa quickly defeat .
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truck according to the offish) I after Coir.missKner Paul Rardtn. Florida Good Road Aanelation _

announcement. Phoebe Ann Runey celebrate i i Canal Point. moved that the rrq VISITS TilE u\nrs hu pointed out that the!:
':e!'t for authorization be denied.
- her eleventh birthday anniversaryat passage of this am*r.tJnt U very
OK TAX BOLL a party given by her mother. .- In the final week of the Cam vital tA the counties b*< +vw it will
Mrs. Go. B. r mey. at their hor.w paign. Rolf Kat: nborn. ne-PU give teem ad'Sitional: funds wihwhkh
The Pahokee City Council at JI on Bacon Point Road S aturdv The Annie Jones Circle of t"e ,can candidate: for Congress; h'l road* in the counties eanMr
meeting Tuesday night approvi d afternoon. The hostess! used t-e Canal P.-.irt Baptist WMU metat: been stumping around the l's' built and trc rnvc'dtea

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estate submitted by Clerk W. P. and presented hats to tie Friday night with Mrs. M D. talk on flood control. I
"o.p'pltr at! the fire talk andpromia5 *. S. W Roberts returned Wedn -
circle ctairman. presiding.Mrs. ;
Walker. The SI1.SS7.32 tax moneyto guest a* party favors Following, Geiger.i
be ccllected will be allotted a, the playing games and the *rv- ; L. L. Home presented the devotional no money has ben appropriated *4ay from a visit with br brother -
lag of refreshment en the back prcgram. Mr*. Grey was a by Congress for floo.1control. and family In Slocofnb. Ala.
follows: City operating exl'f'n- Refreshments of fruit cake That Job still lj*.. *Jiea4. She was accompanied horn by fcrr
Uwn. Phoebe Ann and tie grou.cf .> visitor.
hall debt service
$Z .031.39: city .
),(Arthur, mfco
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MrEctol te said Tuesday in vpeaklng in mother. Mary
S6.23S83. and city hospital i girls who were her guests sawthe and coffee were served by the winter fcr.
I Canal Point. will spend
$8.31710. rtiow at tie Price Tteatre. to 14.


Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, October 29. 19t5
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lovers plunge down 160 feet of |approximately 60 of Mrs. Moberg"j
THE EVERGLADES>> wS1Established
Cinematic ChatterBy roaring water; The slave auction many friends were present.
Malcolm Millar where a man of destiny buys a Mrs. Horace Unwin, \VMU president -
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
girl with crimson tresses; Th and Mrs. A. C. Santo. general -
1924 Published Every Friday ; whipping post, soft white flesh chairman in charge of tea
There will never be a more beautiful -
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance helpless before the lash. "Uncon- arrangements, welcomed gueasts:.
thrilling absorbing screenplay
quered" is unequalled spectacle in at the door.
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office shown at the Prince Theatre
\ the daring story it unreels 3t: The program of entertainment
than which is toIje
i In Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter dauntless men and women bravinga was under the direction of Mrs. H.
screened this coming Sunday-
thousand dangers to keep America C. Graham. Mrs. T. W. Knight and
Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher :Monday, with a cast of thousand- "
"Unconquered. Mrs. Ralph Grimes sang two duets,
headed Paulette
by Gary Cooper.
See you at the movies MaL accompanied at the piano by Mrs.
Goddard Howard Da Silva. Boris I
Mrs. Platt Named Ann Thompson Shirley Ammons.Hall Karloff Cecil Kellaway and WardBond . i,Graham. Several piano selectionswere
Ann McCoy Mary
Nancy played by Mrs. M. F. George.
New 4-H Club LeaderThe Martha Hall Rheta Aboud, anti boasting more big nam>
Mrs. H. L. Speer and Miss Elizabeth -
featured players than anything Afternoon Tea Held
Bonnie Meeks. \VMU
Caraway, past presidents -
yet shown here and filmed in gorgeous -
Senior 4-H Club of Pahoke - technicolor. For Mrs. Moberg were in charge of the pouring -
met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. \V. M. DuBose, Mrs. C.
"Unconquered" is the story a
Assistant Home Demonstration Albert Gamot Has man who freed a bond slave and A charming afternoon tea and A. Batchelor and Miss Veronica
Mildred Michaud in Kaufman assisted the honoree
Agent chargeof found himself in bondage to he**: farewell linen shower was held et
the gathering. Mrs. J. T. Platt Birthday PartyMrs. with the opening and display of
of another who sought to conquera the First Baptist Fellowship Hrll
was elected as leader of the group and himself gifts. Refreshments were serve i
country was con-
It was the second meeting of the A. J. Gamot entertained all quered by it. It is more than that; Sunday afternoon honoring Mrs. by Mrs. W. A. Stevens Mrs. E. E
year and plans were discussed for the Woman's Club Saturday with the story of a people who in their Carl A. Moberg who together with Coleman. Mrs. W. H. Rogers and
projects to be completed duringthe her family will leave next week for
a party honoring son time knew the cost of winning Mrs. C. L. Shirley
present school term. Members Miami Beach where they will
received their record books for the Jr., who was celebrating his man's freedom in uncharted wilderness make their home after seven anda At the conclusion of the affair

first quarter's program of work. eleventh birthday anniversary. at the price of heroism anl half years of residence in Paho : Mrs. Moberg spoke words of fare-
Trays were ordered by several The hostess used the Halloween torment. kee. The tea was sponsored by the well and sang "The End of a Perfect -
members of the club and these will motif in party decorations and all Such unforgettable scenes as fie Woman's Missionary Union and Day."
be hand decorated between now guests were in costume. A contest I
and Christmas. prize was awarded to Don Beverly. - -
Next week is State 4-H Club Costume prizes were won by Judy
achievement week and an effort Starling, prettiest; Vaughan WIl-
will be made by-members of the son, most comical and Emma Jean
group to secure a display window Hitchcock most original. The
down-town In Pahokee in which Misses Wanda Lou Harper Rets
they will arrange a display of their Abowd and Leona Gamot assistedthe
Increased Rates
work. hostess with the entertaining Telephone
Those in attendance were: Ethel Others attending were Hazel
Miller Lovda Williams. Lucille Chaney Arlene Raneri Rose
Williams. Sarah Summers. Bonn Marie Henderson. Daisy Miller.
Miller, Nancy Hillier. Mary Ann Barbara Jean Miller. Sandra Long. are Necessary
Howes. Joann Platt. Francis Wilson Marcia Jen Guthrie. Ronnie Elliott
Linda Cowart. Carol Cowart. Jckie Miller, Donald Wadell, Jon
Joann Goodson. Gloria Stuart Pope Tommy Elliott. Don Beverly -
Tommie Lee Usher Ada Tillman. Allen Segree and Tripp Alder-
Shirley Watson. Jeannie Platt man.

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+ Office Machine Headquarters 4:: t

+ Undenvood Typewriters sir
.6 Sundstrand Adding Machine .e $ Southern Bell's rates in Florida are facilities in each of the next severalnot

+ Marchant Calculating; Machines sufficient to meet today's costs and years will also be extremely heavy.
A. B. Dick Mimeographs
++ Elliott Addresso Graphs 4.: assure this Company's ability to renContinuation of this work, however

+ F & E Check Writers .:. der good telephone service. depends upon earnings being such that

t HALSEY & GRIFFITH. INC. :i: Therefore we have been compelled necessary new capital can be attracted

r Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach :. -' to file new rates with the Florida Railto the business. Even without today's

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The new rates are only such as are additional new capital would still be

necessary to furnish you good dependrequired for the added facilities necessary

I able service. to maintain and improve service

I 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADES Today's telephone rates are the for present customers.

emergency rates determined on the Earnings: in Florida are far too low

basis of 1916 conditions. Since then to attract the capital needed in providing

To Miami I there have been substantial increases service to Floridians.
4 Buses p
To West Palm Beach I in ('costs including employee wage increases -

and continued increases in Telephone Service Still An
Daily; To Ft Myers & Lakeland
costs other than wages. Outstanding BargainAt

the increased rates your telephone

Glades Motor Lines, Inc. I Adequate Service Rates RequiresAdequate will still be one of today's best bar-

gains The new rates will still be

SERVING TOE GLADES" Continued high-quality service re- low in comparison with the heavy

increases in costs. They will be
quires that
telephone rates meet to-
low in comparison with the increase
day's costs and provide reasonable

Aitirtwmr.. earnings for those who make the in other items you buy.

service possible by i inventing their While manufacturers, farmers and

From where I sit... / Joe Marsh savings in the business. It is the inbusiness generally have rp-priced
vestors dollars that pay for facilities their products as cots increased! the

through which service is kept modern. Telephone Company as a regulated

Want To Join constantly improved and enlarged. utility has been providing service in

Our Club? In our program to meet the full postwar Florida at Commission-approved rate

telephone need in Florida we that average only I slightly: higher than

Newcomers to oar town are pui- contributing cake,ri Ie!t, an J('ot't'. have constructed huge: amounts of those in effect in the 1030-
tied when they hear talk of The the men cor.tnbutirir the meat f.'rbarbecuirp
additional equipment poles wire Thee new rates are required to
Barbecue Club. Want to know who and the beer or ale.

cam join and what the purpose i*. From whrrr" I '5t, it'< thN !'!npo* cable switching equipment, building, give good and improved ervice. Kate

Well,the answer is! : any ont ran ..holf"OOmt'idf' of country life in and all the other items necessary to that are I less than sufficient can result)
join who's neighborly inclined.The .\mffica-it..!pmt of acwod-fc-llnw-;
provide service. This construction in only in poor !service. The people of
purpose i* simply to enjoy pood -hip-that maVr for tolerance
food pood beer and ale, good conversation and better mdcr'tandinR between 1948 alone) will amount to about the state want good! telephone !service:

-all towards getting to DC'ithbon.know $:!d.O)O.OOO. Requirements for new and that i is what we want to furnish.
one another better. As! I "Xefchbor.. any one ca-

Every other Saturday at one join up! ?o come alone a week
farm or another, the pit is due, from this Saturday.
and the fire started. And
by sundown
,neighbors from miles around !2'Ceinrslt 'e (7-IC.ts'
have come together-the women

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Mr. and :Mrs. J. J. Chastain hart Mr. and :Mrs. Talton Joyce haw:
Mass Tuberculosis X-Ray Survey For County as guests over the weekend their returned to Vero Beach after a I
..son-in-law: and daughter Mr. and: \'i5itith his mother. Mrs. Maxine
Mrs. H. X. Sorrells and daughter. Joyce and other relatives in Paho-
r" ,I Michelle, of Fort :Myers. kee.


ftg11DA STATE BOARD & m.ALT *-?,s 5'Jt't'w"' hci'' I

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Republican Candidate For f
Check your chest! The mass loamtolpmand2pmto5pm 6:30 a. m. to 9:30 a. m. I
Tuberculosis chest X-Ray survey Wednesday November 17 Canal Point for White
has been launched in Palm Beach B. Elliott's Garage in Pahokee lla.m.t02p.m. CongressMore
county and already thousands have 12 Noon to 3 p. m. Saturday. November 20
stepped before the X-Ray machines Keen's Store-5 p. m. to 8 p. m.
Sand Cut Colored Camp
and had their chests X-Rayed. It (Colored) 1pmto4pmand5pmto8pmWednesday. and more people. Democrats and Republicans.
takes only 20 seconds. You do not Thursday November 18Keens around the Glades are coming to the realization that
have to undress. You step befor Store for Colored November
with a Republican President and a Republican Con-
the camera. An attendant presses Ipmtotpmand5pmto8pmFriday. Bryant6:3oamto9:30amandl0am
a button. Bingo! It is as simple as ,November 19 : gress in view a Republican Representative will be in
that. i Bryant for Colored I to 1pm the best position to get the money from Washingtonto
The county has been divided into make flood control a reality!
five unit areas and mobile X-Ray M. C. (Mack) Carter proprietorof the Phokee-Canal Point FEC
units are scheduled to cover at1 VOTE FOR
the Canal Point Sports Shop, freight depot.
parts of the county Lake Lytal. :3 ; .-.
and H. L. Carter local FEC
of the board of
member county Rolf Kaltenborn
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baker, Sr.
commissioners in West Pain freight agent are on a hunting I
I trip away out in the wilds of Ne- of Canal Point and Mr. and Mrs.
Beach survey chairman said yesterday (Paid for by the Growers and Cattlemen
in the Glade braska. While the latter is on his David Unwin spent the weekend:
and coastal that responses areas have been ""won- vacation VV. F. Lawton of Hastings -I I visiting relatives in Gainesvilleand I Committee for Rolf Kaltenborn I
derful.. I I is acting as local agent at Jacksonville.

The units will be in the Canal ,
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Point and Pahokee areas beginning -
: Nov. 12. A complete list of 1-1. J
places where the units will be set
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Pahokee Friday. November Camp. White 12, I i:I I Iil II

11 a. m.-2 p. m.
Saturday. November IS Vote for
1pmto4pmand2pmto8pmTu'sday.Everglade Camp for Colored il I!

No*ember Ifi

B. Elliott's Garage in Pahokee. I I GOOD ROADS !"


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STATIONPhone lij This amendment will not affect the sources from which

school funds are obtained. :
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Dealers For: Florida is now spending $100,000,000 annually (I: lon

Wisconsin Air-Cooled education. l i
Motors li I iI I

Clinton Air-Cooled Motors j The same legislature that proposed this amendment :
Brings and StrattonAirCooled
MotorsOUTBOARD i took full consideration of county school needs in :

increasing their annual appropriation from :i

MOTORS $18,000,000 $42,000,000.. .::1
Two Outstanding Brands i ::1
_ SEABEE More than $16,000,000 of motorists' license tag fees are :!

DETROIT FIRE II already going to schools and this will not be affected. :j jII !

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Glades DrainageHas 100 Scouts Attend I Florida Shouldn't Prospects GloomyFor State PTA Group To

District Round-Up Blue DevilsAt

Been Problem Divert Gas Taxes Name New OfficersAt

Approximately 100 scouts and midseason, with a none too

'parents attended the fall round-up brilliant a record of two wins, two

For Many YearsTALLAHASSEE"The of the North Glades District Gulf TALLAHASSEE The an- defeats and one tie to date the W. Palm Beach

, Stream Council of Boy Scouts held nouncement Washington by the Pahokee Blue Devils travel to Fort i

: on the back lawn of the Pahokee National Highway Users Confer Pierce tonight to try their IUCK

realiza First Methodist Church Tuesda once citing Florida with diverting against the Golden Eagles. Prospects TAl\IPA-The nominating com-
tion of a 400-year dream" is the mittee's recommendations for officers -
evening.. S20.752000 of highway user taxesto look rather gloomy for too
descriptive term for the great Cen- to be elected at the
convention -
Rev. C. T. Howes district commissioner non-highway purposes last year Pahokee eleven which has been n
tral and South Florida flood f
coi- of the Florida Congress >
acting as master of has been noted with much interes the doldrums for the past three
trol project used by Col. A. G. Parents and Teachers. November
ceremonies, introduced g u e ? t by the Florida Good Roads Association weeks and doesn't show much sign .
Matthews chief of the 9-11. in West Palm Beach have
speakers scout officials and par- which has been activeIyworking of snapping back into early se'i-
State Division of Water Survey I.been announced by MS.. E.
and enl and led in the singing of scout for the passage of Good son form. Dopesters gi'.eth'?
Horne chairman.
snogs. Roads Amendment No 1. Eagles a four toucl-.iown marg'n. I Tampa
"We know that even the Indiana Officers three three
At the court of hO1or. with Al- This amendment In bowing to the Sojth Bro-yard in group ,
dug primitive ditches for their v-.I stop !vice be elected at
ton Jones district '-o"rt cfono- small I I Bullrltcs, 12 to 6. lat Friday msai
canoes. And we know that the I portion of the diversion censured this coming meeting. and those
chairman presidinrl41Cf'ment5: the Blue Devils lost the ball on
Spaniards speculated on the pos- by; the national organzat.oa;: proposed by the nominating com-
and awards were presented to fumbles to the victors': five time
sibility of a drainage project :n The administrative committee protested mittee are Mrs C. A. Stllas. Jacksonville -
members of the Pahokee Boy Scout and made some kind of a horn* I
that Matthews what it called "an inexcusable -
area, explains. directing departmentof
Troop 23 as follows: Bill Kirk. life field record by actually losing
Buckingham Smith, of St. Au- rise of 80 per cent in one yearin education; Mrs Herman He-n-
scout rank and merit badges for more yardage at scrimmage than
gustine, probably among the earl- the amount of highway user lein. Home tead. directing the department -
athletics poultry keeping personal they gained. In gaining 43 yards
iest and certainly one of the most taxes diverted by (all) the statesto of Home Service: and
health public health physical through the air however they were
enthusiastic of the development non-highway Mrs Hanford.
champions development and safety; George purposes. able to tally a lone first down The George Leesburg
of South Florida and the The committee said: "The advocates directing the department of health.
Rozelle life scout rank and ment Bulldogs netted 270 yards on the
Everglades, reported in 1884 a of increased taxation o' The corresponding retiring vice
badges for hiking bird study, athletics ground and 13 through the air. The
"faint tradition" that the Span- swimming and first aid: the highway user and the advocates score told the story of the BlueDevils' presidents are Mrs. Edith McBnd,'

iards flood control of the double-tax Gainesville Mrs T. E.
contemplated Jimmy Rozelle, second class rank. roads con- stubborn defense when Cameron. ;
works for the Glades in the mid- tend that present highway user of Cleary. Newberry; and Mrs. Roo
Principal C. A. Canipe. guest pushed back to the shadows
eighteenth century. revenues are inadequate to build Roy Meador, Clearwater.Mrs. .
speaker, spoke on "What Scoutin r their own goal posts.
Smith made the observation in Means to Me". A. P. Patterson of the roads our country nf'eds.'e South Broward scored in the Sallas now is serving as IV

his Everglades report to the Senate West Palm Beach GSC scout exel cannot reconcile some of these de- first and fourth quarters at the Florida Congress' parent education

Committee on Public.Lands in mands with the inexcusable diversion and study group chairman in the
"cutive. gave a talk on "Scouting"and end of long drives from their own
1848. That report recommended urged an immediate member- in many states of present territory and threatened two or departmnt of education. She hat

the development of all South Flor- ship drive for Pahokee and Canal record revenues." The committee* I'.I three other times during the game.The acted in this same capacity fir

ida based on the drainage of the Point scout troops and packs in said Florida divertde 36 per cent biggest thrill of'Ihe conle Duval County Council of Parent-

Everglades, Big Cypress the lowe order that boys who are not scouts of its highway user taxes placingthe popped up in the second stanza Teacher Associations. She gainedher

Kissimmee Valley and the area may join in the local scouting ac- state among the leaders in the when Hueston Connell snagged: a experience in parenl-teacher
northeast of Lake Okeechobee. work recording secretary publications -
his 12 and
tivities planned for the coming country. Bulldog pass on own

Called by Majory Stoneman year. Mr. Patterson also led in tn! The Florida Highway User sped 88 yards!! for a touchdown chairman publicity chair*
Douglas author ofThe Ever- and as local president and assistant -
scouts . man
playing of games in which Conference, meeting in Jacksonville -
glades-River of Grass." "this passionate director of Revlon IV, th9,
and their parents took part anlled I recently received the plat
and unrewarded and unrecognized ofTaps' Three Girl Scouts Jacksonville area. Mrs. Sallas
the group in the singing form when Marvin Hollow), president I
researcher Smitn her education at th"
which concluded the round- of the Florida AAA l\Iot'r Troops For PahokeeAn
of the best and for Rome
Congress one Florida State College
gave up. Mike Honerich, cubmaster of :! Club Conference, said, 'This postwar -
most lucid reports on the drainageof and taught in Florida schools for
the Pahokee cub pack presenteJa period to dale has been a trying open meeting of girl scouts I
the Everglades and the plannedoverall United I seven years.
of South quiz program on the I time for highway departmentsas and their mothers was held at the :
development Mrs. Heinlem will be in chargeof
States flag. as well as motorists not only in Pahokee First Methodist Churci
Florida that has ever been written outdoor the department in which she
Prior to the program an Florida but in practically in every on Thursday afternoon of this
led him into of
albeit his enthusiasm now holds the chairmanship
flown rhetoriccharacteristic buffet-stvle supper was preparesfor I state of the Union. We who have week at 4 clock for the purpose
those flights of high preschool work. As an active pa--
of much of the the scouts and their guests by such a large stake in highway development of reorganization the scouts fjc ent-teacher worker for ten vrars.I .
and !beis
Robert B_ Smon-on: :
speaking and writing of his age: need a definitive and the coming 't'ar. :Mrs: Heinlem has been president
of his committee affirmative statement of Last Pahokee had one g>-l
Buckingham Smith was one af . highway I year I of a local as well of Dad CountyCouncil ,

the manv who have bene fascinated policy. This platform will !lead tr scout troop which was orgamz j : and among other cha'r-

by the mysterious lure of thEverglades News Notes From unparalleled progress: in highway bv Mrs J. T. Bcuy nton who ga.-e I manships she has been charact '!'

through the centime Of Belle GladeHere improvemnt throughout the state* the troop outstanding leadership I and spiritual education directs
It is a fascination for a legendaryregion With regard to future road programs This years plans have been made and summer round-up chairmanfor

that has attracted adventurers it recommends sound long- for three Pahokee girl rout: Dade County. In addition to
are some interestirg rewaitems
outlaws, authors farmer, range plans developed througi troops. her parent-teacher Intpre-stl. sheis
from the Btlle Glade City Parnell Enecka and Mr*.
businessmen, statesmen engineers D" adequate representation of high- Mrs. an active civic worker

industrialists, historians and art- Hall Graded NAvenue way users on highway planning E. P. Holt will serve as co-leader Mrs:: Hanford. who has had **0
and cut the grass from ditch. Also Mrs Becky Starling
bodies The platform calls for the of one troop; years parent-teacher experience. Is
ists.It cleaned ditches and cut grass on and Mrs Lewis Fnend. of another
is a lure and fascination tha of continuance of Federal highway now the Congress" publicalio-i i
Avenue "E": put out 12 tons and Mrs H. )ot. McIntosh and Mrs
has led many to fame and fortune, ttte aid. in accordance with the histor'oprinciple chairman As parenl-leacher county -
asphalt' patching streets over Pav id Bleech. of a third
and many others to poverty devastation of shell and for such assistance to the council president she workedfor
City and 2 truck loads In preparation for the coming
destruction and death load of line states, and advocates that Federal and secured a county health
sand unloaded car leadership
: girl soot -
of activities a
of American year unit. She is charier member of
But the pioneer spirit appropriations be cased on the a
had run-
Plant mower
for Water : bein
training course is ?
enterprise has held men to the ability of the states to match the the Leesburg Health Council which
ning all week cutting: grass on5'idt's .'conducted in the Glades this week
task of taming the EvergladesAnd of street and in the park ar'l grants and spend tht"m1i."l'tr.: Miss Grace Cashwell of Allan !has developed a school-communi'y
during the next df'Cadettlp Ga Besides advocating that the field I health program which has been.
built a grease ramp at City I ta. Ga.. girl scout regional: trainingexecutive.
dream of those rugged practical of gasoline taxation be left entirely recognized throughout' the stat

prophets of progress will be realized rasre.Repair Permits showed an increase to the states the platform de-I ed at the. The Pahokee course!' was)conduct-I fn her work directing schools of

in Matthews opinion. this week. There were 11 clares that registration; fees instruction as first vice president
Church Monday !
on: ,
fascination. like of the Florida Congress, Mrs- Han
The mysterious taxes fair in principle1w I
issued for A new gasoline are
permits repairs Thursday afternoons at 2:4"> an'I
Dame Fortune, dangles differentpromises building permit was issued': ': to hen the revenue is used for high- |i at Belle Glade Wednesday afternoon I ford stressed the health prograri
of health She
different people State Board
before of the
for and when the coat of
Glades Appliance Corporation way purpose and again thsi': Friday after-
depending on the character of the also has served the Congress as
a new warehouse; Contractor for roads is fairly apportioned amon I
artist it is the roon third and membership -
For the
individual. vice president
this building is Harry E. Boos. all who benefit from them Scout leaders taking the course! I
for the bus- I chairman.
awe-sinking beauty: will be built on SE Avenue "D" Oi The Florida Good Roads Ass-- include :Mrs Parnell Enwk. :Mrs
and farmer it is wealth \ Members of this nominatingcommittee ;
nessman opposite side of street from their ciation has been pleased with Ihegrowing I O. R. Bl"ech. Mrs David Bleech.Mr Mr,
Smith it was are Mrs Horne
Fcr Buckingham Lumber office. Increased garbage: support being given to I .. W H. Jort". Mrs R. R. Long. Mrs
and According to hi* Arthur G Ivy. Jacksonville:
both more. '
collections have slowed down the Good Roads Amendment No 1. Mrs Becky Starling Mrs. Lewis
the possibilities of th; W. U Mussett. Miami; Mrs Han
report, hauling of excess trash. Bodies in all parts of the slate Fend. MrsIt.. M Mclnto-h. Mrs Pen-
"black gold" area appealed to ford. and Mrs E. C. Rogers.
Police department made 18 arrests have been taking action on the F F. Me 111 wain. Mrs Rupert
and love of country. sacola.
patriotism irresistible beauty and the part week ranging from plans to support the amendmentand Mock, Mrs, Terry Sellers and Mrs, . .
That Speeding to Drunk and Disorderly workers in all parts of th* Jimmie Wilson. Pahokee: MtsWtMtlock .

power of the Everglades overwhelmed in theirprimeval him Conduct. )Olr. Funk of the Identification state are cooperating i Taman and MrsA.. G.Riedel. O'Neal JeffersMiss

state Department took 28 seta . Belle Glade: Mrs Oscar

is evident from his vivid he saw description it in of fingerprints this week and he i3 When David Cunningham reached Chastain and Mrs_ Elmo Sroggins' Verla Jeffers, daughter! o'Mrs.
the as
of region
receiving prompt replies from the 10 years of age Saturday his Canal Point. Dennis L. Friend of Cant

184?. lie wrote vast: lake of freak F. B. I.. thereby making the files mother. Mrs. D \\". CUnnln harr" . Point became the bride of Juts
"Imagine a
show a complete record of all arfVsts made every effort to see that it ONeal of Pahokee at *
water extending in every direction troy
I was a "happy birlhJaj" for hin performed :at
from shore to shore beyond tingle rung ceremony
In the afternoon David and the Okee
fcou-e in
reach of human vision . studded the {'ountocourt
with thousands! of islands of various Rev and Mrs RW. Justice and group of boys who were his guests chobee Saturday afternoon O<" .

sizes . Occasionally an Island daughter Donna Ruth. have returned enjoyed a theatre party at the : 23, with Judge F. W Conely Jr.

in Atlanta Prince Theatre following whicn of Pihokee .
their home Kaufman
is found with lofty pines a-_1 to efficiatirg W

palmettos<'n it . The waterIs after spending several days with they went to the Cunningham: Mr and Mrs Otto White of Pa- and Miss TSweat of Ok --

pure and limpid. and almost imperceptibly Mr. and Mrs \\-. O. Stamps in Pa- home where! an appetizing; buffet hokee announce the birth of a chobee 'ereitnf'-.

moves, not in partial hokee Rev Justice came to Paho supper awaited.their. .. pleajwire daughter,: Artie May, at the Everglades The bride wore a gray .tre.t-

currents but. as it seems in amass kee to assist in the funeral ser Memorial, hospital on Oct. length dress with! white acreortrr **

silently and slowly to the vicf'Sf Mrs Stamps father. A. O. B McClure and Lloyd Hund- :3. She in a graduate of Pahokee

southward . The flexible grass. J. Culberson. ley were bu ineri!visitors in Olanlo ,-- Mt and Mrs OsSorn! Belveu o! High School and before her marriage -

berdirc gently to the breeze . i on Monday Pahokee announce the birth of a wa employ! In the rrfficscf

Lilies and aquatic flowers, of everyvariety pervades it. unless. broken by t..c . son at the Everglades, MemorialHospital the O R. P.>ech IlUJuu'\

and hue are to be seen on splashing cf a padi of the cann! Mrs T F Kirk ill a patient at n- Oct. :21Mr : Agency in Pahokee

every site. in pleasant control! or light bitteau . Except for the Everglades Memorial BOIIpita.1 and Mrs V A. headers Mr ONeaL son cf Mrs 3.h"'v

with the pale preen' of the swgross occasional flight of a" eagle or a this" week. of Lake Harbor announce the birth I "I.u-.y. rahr.-:: ant Carl 0'f'.11rf

: and as you draw rear s.n bittern startled by the strange Invaders & . cf a son at the Everglades Mmoral Weboter f'mf'l'weod by the LS :

tOland! the beauty of the scene. iincreased cf their privacy, or for Hospital on Oct. :2Mr Engineers a* ptrln an an!

bv the rich foliage and view of the fishes in the shaJJcwrr and Mrs. Charles Dor gauge reader.Fo4lowtnr .

blooming flowers of the wild waters . your eve would not re.ton Hir.e of Clewnton announce tt* A brief we4Irg trl"

myrtle and the honeysuckle . a living thing abiding in this I birth cf a son C4'0rlre"t .am. atthe Mr and Mr O'Nal are raw \t

The profound and wild solitude o* wilderness: Of 'grasps WAters.* shrubbery Of Everglades t Memorial JI'Ip.ul home to their frteB'l at 114 c

the place: the solemn silence that and flowers QJIBIITV TI Oct. 21 Third Are P-<>kFriday -*


Page Six The erglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday October 29 1W8

Midshipman Harry Fremd of I Mrs. O. B. McClure spent the r Miss McLarty Is Bride'crepe dress with black accessories, Personal ItemsAmong
Canal Point was one of the top past week with her nephew and I pink hat and a corsage of pints
five making the NROTC Riff Of J. Walter Mullis carnations and the bridegroom's
I l niece. :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perk- I
team at the University of Nortn mother, a black dress with blaCK those from this
Carolina Chapel Hill N. C. :ins, and family in Fort Pierce.Vote. The marriage of Miss Joan Me- accessories, pink hat. and a co-
I Larty, daughter of Mr. nad Mrs. sage of pink roses. who attended the WMU Palm-
George Claude the Lake Association at the
McLarty of Paho Following the ceremony meeting
[ kee and John Walter Mullis son bride's parents entertained at a Northwood Baptist Church in
of Mr. and Mrs. L. the Woman's Club
Morgan Mulus, reception in West Palm Beach this week wer
I also of Pahokee was solemnized building with Mrs. J. V. Chastain. Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux. Mrs. B. K.

I at the Pahokee First Methodist Mrs. John T. Pickett and Mrs. Pat- Scoggin, Mrs. J. Sapp Mrs. I*. L.
Church Saturday Oct. 23 at 5 rick Shoeppel assisitng.The Horne Mrs. Oscar Chastain. Mrs.
: p. m. Vow for the double ring
bride to two- A. R. Chastain Mrs. J. S. Chas
read Rev.C. changed a
ceremony were by the
tain Mrs. G. L. Sims. Mrs. A. R.
T. Howes, pastor of the church piece purple faille suit with black
1948 Scruggs. Mrs. J. S. Atkins Mrs.
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2 as the couple stood before the altar accessories, pink scarf and a white ITa-
Wiley Tillis and Mrs. Horace
which was lighted with cathedral orchid corsage before leaving on a

tapers in graduated cande.a- wedding' trip to Fort Myers. Miami win.Elsie Stamps was honored recently -
bra and decorated with baskets of and Cuba following which the with, a birthday party given
States Rights Democrat tuberoses and crysanthemums by her mother, Mrs. W. O. Stampsand
: against a background of potted couple will make their home in sister-in-law, Mrs. Roy
palms.A Belle Clade where Mr. Mullis is
Stamps at the park in Pahokec.
program of nuptial music WHS associated with the Equitable Life Outdoor games were played and
FOR presented by Robert O. Lampi soloist Assurance Society. enjoyed by those in attendance.
: :-
who sang "Because" and
I "The Lord's Prayer" and Mis
by --- - --- -- -- --- --- - -
I Ruth West of Chosen organist
:i who played several selections and I i
Thurmond H Hi
J. Strom
: the traditional wedding marches. : : .
i. The bride, in
j given marriage by : i
i PRESIDENT OF THE LNITED STATES I her father, wore a lovely whit Office Space
satin gown' designed and made bv
: 1e1"'t'E'r.or"i"h; had a n'l :

II. 11 skirt ending in a court train edged !1
with, chantilly lace. The fitted bo-
Fielding L Wright dice was fashioned with, a chantilly For Rent

lace bertha and the circular fingert -
I ) P'-ision veil was held by a :. ,.
sweetheart headpiece trimmed
: I I with, rhant'llv la('e. She carried awhite

I pnver hook topped with OFFICES CONVERTED TO i
; SUPPORT THESECOURAGEOUS I wv, ;*e o-"hHs and showered with
white atin riWxtn : ,
MEN Mr?. David M. Bleech, sister of i iI
the bride and matron of honor,
i : wore a gray taffeta dress and I I
carried a whit prayer book topped .
! Who are leading the fight for Constitutional with pink cry:anthomums.Mesa I I IDEAL OFFICE SPACE AND !

I Marv. Mullis. sister of the bridegroom .
Government, States Rights and maid of honor, wore Rn PLENTY OF IT
i anna taffeta dress and carried a
', and Your Individual Liberties pra 'f'r book topped with blur

i I II crysanthemums.Miss .
I I II Clarice Nason andfis.. '
I : INQUIRE ATFisher's
I Patsy Elliott bridesmaids and
I I <( I Miss Montine Doolittle and Miss
Stater Rights Democrat Supporters) I II
I j I ILet's I Linda Kendrick junior brides- .
__u maids, wore identical taffeta Cafe
gowns of different colors and carried .
prayer books centered with I
crysantbemums of various hues.
Or See :
Candra Lampi flower girl and :
Re-Elect I Jon Pope ring bearer. The candles ,
were lighted by Danny Mullis and
CONGRESSMANDwight Bobby Blakey. Bill Golden

David Bleech was Mr. MullisT
best Lynn Elarbee, Frame
L Gillis, James A. Stafford and Sam INPAHOKEE
Rogers Williams were ushers. ..1

I .
The bride's mother chose a gray ----- --- __ ___ _,

-- -- -
Democratic Nominee To

CONGRESSfrom the 6th DistrictA

Man \ction-NotJust A "Talker"
Dwight L. Rogers Gets Things Done In

Washington! He Knows How!

LEAVE PAY FOR VETERANS, equality of treatment -
to Enlisted Men! and Women.imitillT .

in the House--$208.000,000 overall program! :
$70.000.000 first phase approved; $16.300,000 ,

Authorized.imiGIIT _II (ViU11JJLMI

1_ ROGERSassisted in getting over $400.000 for
19_7; $600,000 for EMERGENCY RELIEF OF
FLOOD DAMAGE. during 1948.imH.UT tTdL I .

T.XESSA\1':8 people of Florida $70,000O"X>
annuajtj.imir.HT :: '. {

1- KOGF.RSsupixirted legislation to help wr
other constructive legislation.

n11/Hr l_ KlK.F.K.. obtained an appropriation of $*!..,- L
000 for the PORT of PALM REACH.D111iuT .
\: FHA
RMKKS eo-introiuoed: the WORKMAN:: SCOMPENSATION ;
: law in the Florida Legislature.BE .


Dwight L. Rogers AVAILABLE


t Vote The Democratic Ticket Glades Appliance CorporationDependable

Paid For By The Democratic Executive C()nusitte i
Building Materials: Belle Glade, Fla.


Friday.. October 29. 1948 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Page SevenH.

H. Sears. Jr.. and BiD Elam 1 Week Of Prayer Is Wishing to Them" accompanied |; -
of Little Emory at Valdosta Ga., at the piano by Miss Rita Faje i
spent the past week end in Canal Observed In PahokeeA Hurt. Each of the honorees was
Point with their parents Mr. and presented with a gift by the as
Mrs. H. H. Sears and Mr. and :Mrs. i' sacrificial supper in observ- sembly. Thanksgiving Turkeys
W. B. Elam. ance of week of prayer and self Miss Geraldine Draa. worthy ad-

denial was observed by membersof visor of the Belle Glade Assembly,

-I the Woman's Society of Christ- was introduced. An obligation service PHONE 649 TODAY -
ian Service at the First Methodist was conducted with all Rainbow -

Classified AdsI I Church in Pahokee Monday even girls taking part. i. ORDER EARLY! I
Visitors were the Misses Nan- :
I. M. Lair spiritul hf i nette Acree Geraldine Draa Jai- : f
FOR SALE: New and used Willys i chairman was in charge of the ette Jones. Peggy Janice Acree FREE-FREE-One Can of Ocean ..t
Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage In I supper and special program whicl Janie Brackin. Jacqueline Berry
Belle Glade. Phone 126. Jllca I had as a theme "Light and Life tAll and Kay Lutz of the Belle Glade Spray Cranberry Sauce with i

He Brings." Others taking partin Assembly No. LRefreshments Each j I
SEPTIO tanks and grease traps the program were :Mrs. E. J. were served by tbs Turkey I
cleaned and repaired. Phone Graham Mrs. D. 'Y. Cunningham. Misses Patsy Geiger. Rita Fay .
3872, Bob Douthit Pahokee. Ml7c Mrs. C. A. Major Mrs. R. L. Hurt Barbara Wilkinson V r\ !

WELL DRILLING: See Bob Brooks Mrs. Lloyd Hundley. Mrs. Keen Joan Rosenberg Clara Baxter Upthegrove Marketi
Douthit, Pahokee, FUu, Phone Ronald Watson Mrs. Louis Davis and members of the advisory
3872. July 16ca Mrs. M. P. Holman Mrs. J. M. Elliott board. I

Mrs. I. J. Fraser Jr. and . PHONE 649 PAHOKEE, FLA. !
FOR SALE: Modem Six-room Mrs. L. J. Fraser. Mrs. Parnell
house, famished with two car Enecks was pianist. Officers & Teachers : Nov. 12

garage, located no Bacom Point Hostesses were Mrs. J. V. Honor The Mobergs
Road. Call Raymond Christian Thomas. Mrs. G. M. Belk. Mrs. .
Phone 593- St. Oct 15 tf Kenneth Mock. Mrs. Emma Wheeler Officers
teachers of th<-
Mrs. John T. Pickett and Mrs.J. First Baptist PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
Sunday school dispensed -
: T. .
A home and income general .. .. with business matters a: :-
merchandise fish and poultry. Cols their regular monthly meeting in I
the Fellowship Hall evenI I :
Storage will accommodate several Girls In Monday ,

rooms thousand connected pounds of located food. 6 on living Bell Meeting: On MondayThe Rev.ing to and honor Mrs.at Carl a A.supper Moberg party and I i: Shrubs and Trees :

Glade-Pahokee highway at nLEast children who are moving to Miami '
Pahokee Assembly of Rain- Beach on Nov. 1 after seven and a !
Coast railroad crossing. 100
bow Girls honored at their meetingin half years of residence here. ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL
ft. frontage Just outside of city
the Masonic Hall Monday night Mrs. H. C. GraHam presented the
limits of Pahokee. established and
Miss Yvonne Fraser grand outer program of entertainment. Mrs. A.
going business room for Poultry observer; Miss Dellona Jones. C. Santo decorations chairman Authorized Sales and Service
house priced right. Some terms I
grand representative to Arkansas used fall colors in decorating the
For Sale by Owner Phone 506
and Miss Janie Hamilton hall for the affair. Supper arange- JACOBSEN POWER AND
Pahokee. P. O. Box 398 Canal
grand page of the grand assemblyof ments were under the direction of
Point: Fla. St-Oct. 15-tl HAND LAWN MOWERS
Florida. Mrs Robert Hitchcock assisted by I I
The honorees were introduced by Mrs. Robert
PEPPER PLANTS: California Hardaway Mrs. W. H. ;
Wonder $3.50 per thousand. li. Miss Sibyle Jensen, worthy advisor Rogers Mrs. Ellsworth Keen and I
O. B. Sanford See W. A. Fitta then escorted to the Rainbow Mrs. Santo. ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.

Rt. 1. Sanford. Fla. K-O-22-2t where they were entertained witha Special recognition was given to Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons : I
program given by the colorstations Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Conrath who
EXCELLENT Child Care by dayor following which they were celebrating their fiftieth wed 1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm Beach i I II

week. Phone 4533. K-N-5 were escorted to the East where ding anniversary Monday. Approximately I
I Miss Barbara Wilkinson sang. 130 persons were present.I,
FOR RENT: Ten acres close in
muck north of Canal Point-
For cash. Myrtle Brisco 3810 ,
Lake Ave.. Apt. 3. West Pal"i -

Grocery store and market with '
fixtures, the building and living
quarters can be rented reasonably.
Apply Singletary Grocery.. 907
North Main Street just opposite
the Pahokee Lumber and Supply
Company in Pahokee. N. 5pd
nnrs A PICTURE' .
MODEL A for sale: It is a 1930 (I .-r to b*dmhed.: It otehM
model. Through the years it has S radiant moment to tw
seen quite a bit of service. Has a -IIInd atwm.I .

qui'kstartinbattE'ry./; new /gene; -
rator. Has a pick-up body and one i r
of the finest steering wheels you've
ever seen. Paint is knocked" off in
several places" but well worth the
$197.50 I'm asking for it. See Paul
Rardin at The Everglades News
office in Canal Point or Call Paho
kee 2661.RFWTIFl'LLY.

Christmas Cards with or without yam

name, scripture text assortment,
all type greeting cards. Christmas
paper and Seals orders taken now I
Phone 4533. N5.
$, i 3 RYwaP
FOR SALE: Missionary\ varieties' } >

strawberry plants see or can :-v;
John Dragon. Phone 3301 or 4051.
Oct 29-2tc .

which aaaurc radiant
behh Your dead m the
subject of th: picture.
Prince Theatre Your health S ita object

"fiert on forts ytt sfarH: know: Tta Sstiosa! T&cruUtis AsMtwtiM rwuads TM that:

Pahokee, Florida !Between the ages of 15 and 44 tuberculosis leads all The greatest safeguard against TB is excellent:

other diseases as the cause of death. health. Active disease does not occur so long as the

Tuberculosis kills approximately 50,000 people body's resistance can successfully fight germs.
f year: TB is contagious. It is spread through cougling.!
Oct. 3 Nov.1"Unconquered" A half-million people In trjjs country are estimated sneezing, and personal contacts.
to have active tuberculosis. Of these, only one-half
TB is curable.
are known to health authorities.
One out of every two adults in the United States la The sooner the presence of TB la defected, the

estimated to have tubule bacilli in his system . quicker the cure and the safer your family and
which might lead to active disease. friends will be from contagion.Early .

starring tuberculosis frequently bas no symptoms of A CMfSr X.tAT AT LUST ONCE A YEAS, IS THE UIIS'
Gary Cooper Paulette

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Silva Boris Karloff

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ease Eight The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday. October 29. 1943

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Youth Week Plans ty-four states from New York to each other better and better." Un- in the Miami section. May GoJ The Pahokee Parent-Teacae.;
San Francisco. Snester Swor is today til that time let only love permeateour Association .will sponsor a sandwich : -
bless and keep in His love those of
Are Being: FormedGreat recognized as probably the hearts for each other with the and cold drink stand for
outstanding spiritual inspiration of 'prayer that eternity shall find us. Pahokee and the Glades ever remembering adults at the carnival Saturda;

things are in store for the this generation. "happy in Him. even the Christ.' "For God so loved the night with all proceeds to go into #
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Young People of the Lake Com- It is hoped that every member world, that He gave His only be- the PTA fund.

munities the week of November Mobergs Will Leave and friend of the pastor make a :gotten Son, that whosoever be- . .
17-n when Chester Swor leads special effort to be present Sun
lieveth in Him should not perisn
them in Youth Week. Pahokee On MondaySunday day morning for the taking of the Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Boo and children -
but have life. John
Promoted by the Young People picture of the congregation a possession everlasting were 'visitors in Miami ova;
of the First Baptist Church, Belle will mark the closing that will mean much in the 316. the weekend.

Glade with all the churches of day of the ministry of Rev. C. A. reminiscing days of the Mobergsyet

the Lake region co-operating. Moberg as pastor of the First to come and to those interest -

Chester Swor. nationallyknownlecturer Baptist Church of Pahokee. com- ed. Special music will pervade the

and conference leader wTl pleting seven and one half years. atmosphere both services. The 1

The Mobergs want it known that Training Union assembly programwill Bring us your TIRE TROUBLES- :i

they are most appreciative of the be conducted by the Mobergs. ''I I
prayers and spirit of cooperationon The "Illuminated Cross Meditation Tires business size '
are our any any 'i
the part of net only those of Sing." will be presented Sunday 1/I/

the church but many others. They night. '
type to fit your particular need. :
that it !
leave with the feeling.N The Mobergs will leave Monday

was good to be here." morning to begin their work witn I ;i I
To those whose lives the ministry the First Baptist Church of Miar.i

of the Mobergs failed to help Beach. They will reside at 3401 ::1 PAUL'S SERVICE STATION

be said this was Miami Beach. It
and enrich let it Prairie Avenue il {I
not their intention. May these is most sincerely hoped that the CANAL POINT FLORIDABurdine's ,

hearts be comforted in the fact. many people of this area will hon- l'

t;; 3rn" "that one day well understand i or the Mobergs with a visit when
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lead our young people in. seven I ,

of consecration I '
days inspiration i'

evangelization and fellowship. I j;
Services will be held each evening Ii
in the First Baptist Church at ,II I'I'I '

730. Morning services are plannedfor !I .j.jI

7:30 each morning. I !:

Chester Swor is a layman, noi I: i.II i.
an ordained minister. He is a II I.II I.

native of Mississippi graduatingfrom '; i,
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with AB ,' (. .. I' y '" "
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degree Missipni with'Maj rs in English and Iii :: < \ <,' '. '5 ., .:;:. ... ). I;
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Latin. He received his masters d. ....):'.k. ;..: ': 4'- I ao N Ii

give from the University of North Ii '..' < ': '., Were '$, f I II
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Caroline. He has a Professional -" ":'
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Diploma in Guidance from Colum- t. ,,,..,,: "-,.:::- t I'
bia University and a L. H I). : t.- ',. 50 I

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Baylor University. was I lIti .t: -"- ..". 'N'! '.. -8 !i
professor in English! ard t'. ,:;. }: .... uI
Dean of Men for ten years at Mississippi \. ,,,,,"*" >,,j> At \. 'III
College Since 1942 Chester I h;". ..f-4r'tJ. >.,;!" W' / '\ :i
Swor has given his full time to I .t'. .. ..,. t "
youth work. He travels more than t"' ::1, .. : r" ':
30.000 miles a year filling speaking >:" ,, .A;,' :: 4... it : -" '" II III
engagements. He has spoken // ;,1' . : ::1 .'tY--. !

on the campuses of almost all the I 1 l .,:. ,".,-,.:i. ', .,... : ., : I't
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colleges of the South and in twen- ,!
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TO: LUDMILLA MARY MEREDITH. if .;' fl. Lasdelc31e ,I
3251 West Cermak Road Chicago 23. i _
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You are hereby required to appear lathe I r.r.'I
: above Court en the 15th day of ',,az,, 'r
November A. D. 1948 at the CourtHouse I'I i f ': ..}y r : ; f r IIi
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In West Palm Beach Palm Beach "
County. Florida to answer to the Bill i GoldenSale e.. . :P h hI p
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of Complaint for Divorce filed against I [
von In the above entitled cause. and : :: > :: : "> ', '
The Everglade Nf'1I'Df'WlPllp"f , .. II III
regularly published In Palm Beach I t. 'i' ,"'" ... ''II
County. Florida. Is hereby designated I : e
as the newspaper In which this Order :
fhull be published once each: week for .

four DONE consecutive ANt ORDERED weekly Issue at West Palm j ; ; Anniverm.11 !

Beach Palm Peach County. Florida : : ------ -- :
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this 13th day of October A. D W8J -
ALEX \RNETTE Clerkof j
the Circuit Court. Palm i Weft l'iliIlleach! j
Beach County. Florida 1 .
Circuit Court Seal" *
By Thaddle P Plant. -

THADD Pahckep Attorney WHinOEN f"r Florida Plaintiff Deputy' Clerk ; } i

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