The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 1948
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
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System ID: UF00079910:00360
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Devils Encounter 3 Veteran Dealers Fall Bean Harvest City Council To I Miami Firm Bi(

For Gulf Receive Enforce New Rule

Peter And Paul In Company AwardsAt Off To Good Start On Route Of TrucksThe Low OnBacomPok

Grid Game Sat a dinner meeting held at the With Fair Prices Pahokee City Council at .a
Clewiston Inn on the night of October regular meeting Tuesday night ir-
28, attended by the majorityof structed Altman Morgan, city tax
The open date on the Pahokee Gulf Dealers in the Clewiston. The fall harvest season of greet' collector, to make immediate arrangements Williams ft
Blue Devil schedule will be filled Pabokee and Moore Haven area. beans in the Upper Everglades got for collecting municipal appeared the I
this Saturday night when the local Five Dealers were awarded pla- under way this week with seven back taxes on personal prop- for creation
eleven will be hosts to SS Peter ques in recognition of their yearsof cars rolling from the Glades area erty. Protests over alleged unjust Beach count
and Paul of Miami on Lair Field association with the Gulf Oil on Monday. Packing firms whose tax assessments on real estat at the end
with the kickoff time set at 8:30 Corporation these awards ranging doors swung open for business filed at the meeting by several near Pahok
p. m. from ten to twenty years.C. Monday were Harold Rabin and property owners were tabled by The firm]
the council for further .
This is the first time teams of A. Malcolm West Palm Pioneer Growers in Belle Clad*, study.A doing the
these two schools have faced each Beach District Manager present i shipping two cars each. Vande- first reading was given to 1.1 Nine bids f J
other on the gridiron and little is I the awards, this dinner meeting being grift-WilIiam9. two cars, and amendment to a city ordinance ceived by tj
known locally of the strength of I representative of similar meetings Unity Farms one car, both from which would restrict the movement They wer
of loaded trucks within the
visitors. The Peter and Pau' '
the being held throughout the Pahokee. seer Jack
eleven, however, has shown increasing territory served by the Gulf com The season opened with a goof city limits to three streets. Be.!e for approvJ
Glade Road. Barf Id Highway awl
power as the season ad panies. market the Bountiful variety selling if tics' admin]
vances. After dropping three in a Local Gulf Dealers honored we for $3.65 to $4 per hamper ar.l State Market Road. The pr
row to Pompano. St. Theresa and Patrick Carroll. Canal Point 20 Black Valentines. $5.15 to $5.SO Streets Superintendent Marvii cubic yards
Gesu they unleased a formidale years; Olaf Bee, Pahokee, IS per hamper.L. Cowart was instructed to raise tae grading plus
attack in their last two games t.., ,years; L. E. Will Belle Glade. 20 J. Fraser sales manager for level of the city sidewalk on EastMain gin?, overseedml
blank St. Anthony 30 to 0. and years. W. H. Vann. Inc.. one of the larg- Street from the high school The commissi
St. Patrick's. 24 to 0. ... est packing plants in this section building to Barnes Motor Supply buy a frame hi
The Blue Devils snapped out of said beginning Wednesday tae; Co. A. L. Tucker was given a con- house block on''
tract to clean and paint the city
.their midseason slump on Lair Watkins Speaker plant will operate right through to Mrs. Susan Merit
Field last Friday night to subdue the peak of the season which is expected hall windows. can make such
the Ponce de Leon Cavaliers 20 Before Pahokee to be reached within the - .. 20000. The deal

to 12, for their first win in con- next three weeks. FFA President In with the county's!
ference play. Pahokee, with one Max D. Arnmons. of the Lak tually acquiring a
victory and three defeats, is nov PTA Monday Night Okeechobee Farmers' Co-operative house block for pu|
in ninth place in the Gulf Stream one of the largest co-operatives in Pahokee To Attend' Mrs. Myrtle D.

Conference race. this, secUotjesttmated that. there pointed auper?.
The Blue Devils took the leadIn Howell Watkins county superin- were between 12,000 and 15,000 National Meeting dren's home.
the Ponce game in' the first tendent of public instruction, was acres planted to beans this fall in County Attorneyston
quarter when Joe Kent Carr intercepted guest speaker at the November the Glades section. Beginning this was instructedto

a pass and ran 27 yard' meeting of the Pabokee Parent- week the co-op's packing plant w-til James Suns first vice preside condemn land ne
down to the Ponce 13. Carr then Teacher Association held Monday start operations with the volume of the Florida Future Farmers of ening Military trail bet*
drove to the one-yard line. After night in the high school auditor- increasing daily up through Dec. America Association and memberof Worth rd, and Southern blv7 .
a quarterback sneak failed at this I ium._Introduced by Mrs. G. Law- 15. the Pahokee FFA Chapter left board expressed thanks to an..
point Fullback Jackie Thomas ton Sims program chairman the Ammons said due to flood condi- Thursday for Kansas City, Mo. to property owners as have donatedrightofway. "
rammed his way through center speaker said a strong PTA by en- tions the Glades celery crop will represent the Florida Associationas : .
for the touchdown and Carr kicked couraging close cooperation between be delayed as many of the seedbeds one of the alternate delegatesto Conner highway, a leading
the extra point In the second the home and the school, is were destroyed and replanting the National Future Farmer coast-EvergUdes artery, recently
period Julian Snyder cut through i an important factor in building H was hampered because of hign Convention in that city Nov. 14-1R reopened after closing because of
tackle for 21 yards down to the better and more efficient schools water. This crop which is begin- More than 15.000 outstanding! flood contditions. is crumbling
Ponce 24 and from there Carr reversed -I >"? em. He promised the audience ning to be a major crop in this se*- FFA boys. selected from all over badly over a 1omll.ttrrtch.. Commissioner -
that as long as he served as coun-
around left end to score tion. will not be ready for harvest the United States will attend the Paul Rardin told Mon
the Blue Devils a 13 to 0lead ty superintendent there will be no I
giving until around Dec. 15. convention. Featured on the program day's meeting. He was doubtful
at the end of the half. "pet" schools in the county This is the most promising fall will be a national FFA Band whether repairs now being made
offensive system, that reboot funds will os
The Cavaliers took over the -
crop to be grown in the Glad :of more than 100 pieces and a 100- will prove adequate.for .
in third and spread evenly throughout the
the quarter
section: in three or four years voice FFA Glee Club SeveralBreakers rnmmi-Inn gave rml"Inn -
county and it will be his constant ,
quickly capitalized on PahokEe of national prominence, for rook from a enmity pit
aim to make the county system of
fumbles to make two touchdown including Henri Bonnet French near Pahokec to he used in repairing
fail schools one which all can be proud Rev. Elmo ScogginIs '
both conversion attempts I
but ambassador to the United States city Ktreet in Pahoke.
ed.The cf. C New RotarianRev. I are scheduled to address the Future I Belle Glade. and Smith Ra).
most thrilling play of the Ned Kocher first ,vice president Farmers at the convention It approved hiring of extra tenders -

game came in the last quarter presided at the business session in I Elmo Scoop n. pastor of The Florida Association will be officially I of the Royal Park. Southe'i
when Carr caught: a Ponce punt on the absence of the president. Mis. the Canal Point Baptist Church. representd by two del- blvd. and Lantana bridges to copewith
his own 15 and picked up excellent I 1 I D. W. Cunningham. A report wasgiven
was welcomed as a new member gates. President Donald Burch of increasing boat and automobile -
Interference to gallop 85 yards on the Halloween carnivalsponsored of the Pahokee Rotary club at I Lave Oak:: and immediate puI '_- traffic.
down the right sideline for a TDHe recently by PTA constitution I of Stark Action a
noon :esterday. He was extended I president Doyle Conner was delayed on proposal
to Snyder' for the and announced.The .
then bylaws were
passed the Rotary welcome bv John D'i- and First Vice-president James that an annuitant Juvenile
point and put the game on ice forte monthly attendance awards 1 lany: of the membership and attendance Sims of Pahokee The other five probation officer br appointed
Blue Devils. went to Mrs. Tommie Lee DJ- committee His official vice presidents of the state association For the second time in the pasttwo
officials wish, to point out Bose's sixth grade at the elementary -
was made by President Victor L. and winners of ftati.JIE'adt'r'lhtp [ months the commission too:<
that season!! tickets cover Satu-- school and to the eleventhgrade Geiger of the club awards will also attend action on report that cows< of
day night's contest with, SS Peter- at the high school. Sim, Bros farm n..ar"PH
Coach Clyde Alley of Pahokee A magazine article by Rmhop dairy
and Paul despite the fact the gare Following the meeting refreshments High School introduced Coach i describing his FFA work at Clew- have been damaging county coal
is not listed on the ticket of pie and coffee were served Clvde Alley of Pahokee High iston and Pahokee High School right-of-way by wandering, acrossit.
. in the school cafeteria bv Mrs School who showed drug store was published in the October i Issue Previously the commission considered -
FAST \STERS NIGHT E. L. Pope hospitality ctairman. quarterbacks of the intricate of the Florida Future FarmerAt impounding the -ow.
Everglades Lodge 211. FJb\M. assisted by a refreshments committee working of foot ball Not*: a meeting of the Pahok Monday Commissioner Lake Lv
observed past masters night at a composed Mrs A. D That's exactly: the way it Ls supposed FFA Chapter in the agriculture tal reported renewed complaints
meeting last week with a special Beverly, chairman. Mr.*. Norman to read Stranger thin building at the high school Monday about the alleged *and nrg eattU
program honoring the 10 pa i Kennedy Mrs Robertalke.:. than that take place in the R>. n:Rit the Rroupoted to assist" in Attorney Johnston was Instructedto
master of the lodge who were Mrs Max: Bt.t'rh'Ir J. TPlck..tt tars Club at times paying Sim's expenses while attending consult! County Solicitor \". F.
present The degree of Master Mason Mrs Robert Hitchcock AH six Rotary cluh in the co'mtv the national convention Roebuck about the trouM*. TV
was conferred on \V, S. Brerton. Mrs H T. Williams. Mrs C. A. will meet with 1Vrst Pal.-.i Tte final initiation of green commission also voted to have the
Major Mrs Becky Starl.rcr Mrs Beach on November 3O it was announced hands was also conducted at the health department make an irJlT'O'C"
- Roy Sepree! and Mr*. R. B. Mac. by the Club president "A meeting tion rf the Bishop farm orr.r.t one
Among scheduled t"ntt"rhnf'1: key great program is being planned fur -- gave the FU-hop side of
to appear at the annual banquet . that day. A welcome sight not only to the case
cf the Florida Press Asjiociatiai "rausf for all ys":tIlf'n o.i . motorists but to the boatman *. ---- ...-
at their convention in Mount Dora any Florida waters in the pamph J D Hmrplev. who recently well, are three rear concrete and Rev R. A Fuller of Canal Point:
will be the famed Stetson Glee "YactUrg Facilities for For- completed his boot training at the steel draw bridges: over the northern and Rev C T How** of Pahokeeare
Club of Stetson UnIVf'MltTn: ida" State Adverting Comnnsion. San Diego Naval Bs. is spending portion of the Florida Intra- attending: a school for M.U .
reinvention is scheduled to br held Copies may be secured by addressing a leave from the Navy with h.s C'OaStaJ.atu"Aay at Sister's! Mart pastors icing conducted fct
at Mount Dora. November 26-27- the Commission at 311 parents. Mr and Mrs. HorseHarpley. *>eek. St. Augustine. and Daytona Lake Alfred this week by Rlriiip

?s. North Calhoun Street Tal2ahase. in anal Point Beach Roy Short.Esia61ishecll924 .


Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, November 12, 193

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THE EVERGLADES NEWS State Service Tangerine Queen Exposition; J. Peter Knowles of
Jacksonville Beach director of the
Officer Will VisitM. Will Be Chosen At 1943 Miss Florida Pageant and
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
Roy Beckman of Tallahassee, director -
Established Published E. Penton Winter Haven Nov. 28
1924 Every Friday Asst. State Serv-
of the State Advertising
L Subscription Price $2.00., Year In Advance ice Officer, will be in Canal Point. Commission.
November 13 and in Pahokee on WINTER HAVEN Zack Mos-
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office the morning of November 15th at ley creator of the nationally syndicated Cooperating on this event with
the Winter Haven Jaycees, toe
r In Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter the City Hall for the purpose of "Smihn Jack" comic strip. Florida Citrus Commission is maKing -
assisting all veterans or their de- will serve as a judge of the firth
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher pendents with any claim or benefitto :annual Florida Tangerine Queen plans to publicize the 194S
Tangerine Queen.
which they are entitled. contest to be held here on Sunday .
of fire they would bring extinguishers Don't fail to see Mr. Penton if November %8.

TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY ladders. buckets rap, you have any question on assistance Mosley. the famous comic st.-.p Joy Fields Is Named
first aid equipment and so on. Incases to widows children and dependent artist who has judged numerous Editor PHS Annual
where members do not have parents of a veteran In .beauty contests over the nation.

phones arrangements are made to addition to any claim for compen- notified the Winter Haven Junior Preliminary work was started
notify them by messenger. sation or benefit that the veteran Chamber of Commerce last week
last week on the Pahokee High
(By Russell Kay) Every member of each household may wish to file under the "G. I. that he will arrive here in his private School 1949 annual which is sponsored -

thoroughly familiarizes himself or Bill", or under other law granting plane on Saturday. November by the Senior Class.
Lutz, an enterprising rural community I herself with the map (children included benefits as a result of entitlementfor 27. in time to attend the gala pre- Staff officers include Fields
located a abort distance ). They note carefully tie military service. This service contest Tangerine Ball being held
forth of Tampa, is typical ofousands location of their home in relation includes assistance with insurance that night at the Winter Haven editor-in-chief; Stanley Hooks associate -

of other farming comities to that of others in the district. problems as well as to employersof Armory. editor; G. M. Belle. Jr.. and

scattered throughout tae They identify the nearest General veterans under the "G. I. Bill" This years Florida Tangerine Lee Wroten. business managers;

n. Alert member and his phone num schooling, subsistence etc. Festival will be a colorful two- Billy Ray Mosley assistant business
made up of small farm, ber. In case of fire, snake-bite, If it is not possible for you to day event, opening with the gala: : manager: Yvonne Fraser
d country estates, with drowning or accident where help is contact Mr. Penton while in the Tangerine Ball on Saturday night personnel manager; Lee Shirley

scattered over a wide needed quickly, they simply phone Glades, the Glades Veterans Ser- November 27, to be followed by club editor; Evelyn Maloy.. snapshot -
the case with most their alert member and he in turn vice Officer will be only to glad t') the evening gown and bathing suit editor; Johanna McKmstry.

es, these neighbor contacts as many as necessary by discuss with you your problems: contests on Sunday, November 2S assistan snapshot editor; James
ther through were either phone or messenger and in and help you get any and all bene- at 2:30 p. m. in the Lake Silver Sims sports editor; David Ramey
affairs and a matter of minutes nearest fits due veterans and their depend: Amphitheatre. assistant sports editor; Betty Lane

neighbors begin to arrive; they already ents. Serving with Mosley on the Reeves, humor editor; Gloria Hen-
me Is more or know what the trouble is .-. panel of judges who will select the derson and Blanche Stevens typists -

tat lives in and they come equipped with CARD OF THANKSWe First Lady of Florida's tangerine ; Raymond Caruthers and Pul-

or accident everything needed to meet it. Others deeply express our appreciation industry from beautiful contestants ian Snyder, advertising managers;

destroyed call the sheriff an ambulanceor for the wonderful offeringsand being sponsored by cities Kenneth Johnson, class photo-
[that might the Highway Patrol if the situation flowers given to us by Friends throughout the state will be: Janet grapher; Imogene Spivey. art edi-
had been demands it. Available cars
during the illness and death of ore Ruth Crockett of St. Petersburg. tor; Dicky Atkma. assistant art
and trucks known to be at
are beloved wife and mother. Florida's Tangerine Queen of 1945: editor; Loretta Wilson Dellona
f the Lutzoblem certain locations and transportation -
Frank C. Sterns and Elizabeth Golden of Leesburg I Jones and Lillian Hammond subscription -
was is for under the pln.
provided Children. former Queen of the Florida Cirtus managers.
I suggestionmmunity Among emergencies that have
been handled and with
quickly -
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juipment amazing efficiency include a heart
fire de- attack of one member; a brush

fire that would have completeiv

Ivanced by destroyed a home if aid had net .
tired Army been available promptly, and a
chased an at- case of snake-bite that might have
'home in thiiany proven fatal if help could not have ,-
years of been had and transportation to a

fan experience. hospital made available.An L77/1qNKFu ,;
a services in added advantage of the planis

emergency m- that it has done more than anything -
cry member, an<1 else to revive the old Ame'-
of the telephone ican spirit of neighborliness and
anywhere in the understanding. It has served to Ifstvsial

district throughen closely knit the entire communityand FOR AMERICAt
developed a civic spirit that
perfected and presents a united front for progress ,: NEST BUS SERVICE'JESN '||
4 has proven so and development. j jz3v ,

eMfuI that the Unselfishly. Lutz offers to share l.i A li&t t, WCver
patented it and her plan with other rural com- < (3
published description. munities and offers to provide information

and details concerning l _
e p hinges on an ac- it to such rural sections interested rzz
PTdetailedimap( of the enti'iI.
enough to make inquiry. This information -
which shots; the location of by writing Lt. Col
p'ch member -1\..... the phone
Walter E. Myt>rs. Ret, Lutz F..eml-
number and shows the shortest gency Committee Lutz. Florida.
route to each home, or farm byroad
. .
Key phon numbers include
nearest fire station sheriffs office.
hospital, aTb"laices and the r
Plans for a benefit minstrel
State<< Hi :hwa\: Patrol in typelarJ'f' Kr
show to be presented around tt'r
ero'igh to be read at a glanc
middle of December were made by
when hung on the wall.
members of the Canal Point Le.
Membership of the wociatioi' 1
is broken down into units of ten gion Post 242 at a meeting in the :
Legion Home :Monday night. Proceeds ;
Fach unit has one General Alert
from the show will into
member, whose duty is to get the go
members of his unit to the emerg- the building fund. t I

necy location as quickly as pos Reports on the recent American
National Convention in Miami here'we seem'to have
sible; each member bringing sum
equipment as they have availablefor were given by Commander Loci the most of the good things of
use in meeting the particular Lence and Adjutant T. W. Griffitn
life . safe, warm and well fed.
emergency that has arisen. In case who attended as local delegates.

There's another thing, too, we can

smile about our great freedom and ease of travel. Greyhound

1 T t Izit5jJoe.Marsh transportation, for example, is just as popular and generally
Trom\where :
enjoyed as a Thanksgiving turkey. It lets us go

everywhere over myriad routes..when we choose J2

To Dunk or through frequent day and night schedules . /

and at lower cost than any other form of

Not To Dunk? .ravel. We can well afford a little thankfulness III IFI )

for this old transportation favorite O
flanking doughnuts |. Sober to dunk. But from where I sit. it'" I
Dopkin""' favorite Morning pastime a matter of personal choice and GREYHOUND gives us always e o C. f

..and for a long time Ma Hopkins taste-like some folk prefer beer more of the best in travel, '''!(j J
has been trying to break him of the to cider, ale to beer. And the less

habit. Feel it sets a bad example we eriticne those differences of

for the children. taste the better. 4

So one monsimr sV puts a heavy In fact Ma Hopkins cot so cnri- << .... (!uJ '7
frostingofeheeolateonthedou.h-: ahoct the flavor of rhoro'atrrovrrrd -

nuts..goring that will step! him. doughnut: dunked in cc ffee,

Saber thinks it over r"r:1 wvile! and that she tried it her-elf. >..w- GREYHOUND BUS STATION

then: Dunk! Ta-te ST:'e*! AM! }our* curbed it-*hcs a dill _

Sober compliments the miss on dunks too! C.\KTf:It-4.K.F.K: OKU.Pbore TORf.

the lowly mocha Paver! : 3921 Carat I' trt, YGO \\.

I guess thereTI always be tfc.hot.Is *-> ( :'C 1/-.C\
of thought: to tlu-V or t'.0

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Friday.November 12.1948 The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Page Three
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-- or suburban areas, always walk on the left side of the road
facing traffic.
There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every per-
.:: son killed facing traffic three were killed walking with traf- I
fic. 24 Floridians lost their lives and 33 were injured walking I
the wrong way instead of facing oncoming cars. For every :
I daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and I II
dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing
I .. Mr. Motorist- in the road. i
I' Never assume you are safe when walking the highways ;il ilI

I MAKE -many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable 1"1"I "
I hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his victims (I
A NAeIT increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hit-and- I
run accidents were recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by !
these car cowards.So !
I' remember for your own sake-on highways, walk to f fi
i the left facing traffic-be alert to danger-be alive tomorrow.
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DON'T TAKE" CHANCES The Everglades News !

Prtp..d the Associated; D.ib.q '
.f florid r _by. the Florid. Pr.n A.... Paul I Rardin, Publisher ;.
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Page Four The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida
Friday November 12. 1943

. Girl Scout Councilwni girls this troop to meet every!.I Juniors Win With ,
Monday at the First MethodistChurch
Reorganized at 2:30 p. m. Wilder And Schroder I ATTENTION I
Co-leaders for the sixth gradegirls' :
A Girl Scout Council for the Pa- Doing The Scoring 1 I
troop will be Mrs. E. P. Holt I '
hokee-Canal Point is in the I
process" of organization area according for and the Mrs.seventh ParneD grade Enecks girls'and troop those The Pahokee-Junior High foot- : Sunday Dinners t
to announcement made at ball team, undefeated
an a Mrs. O. R. Bleech and Mrs. C. A. so far this
meeting of scouts and scout leaden will meet season won its third straight i
Canipe. These two troops
at the Pahokee First Methodist 3:30 game by defeating St. Ann's ; We .
Tuesdays at p. m. Are Open Every Sunday i
Church Tuesday afternoon. . Juniors 13 to 6, on Lair Field I
.Mrs. Joe T. Boynton of Pahokee Tuesday night. I
i from11A.iI.to8P.iI.REGULAR !
and Mrs. Elmo B. Scoggin of Can- Stevens SudduthThe George Tucker's Imps scored .
al Point have been chosen cochairmen early in the first quarter when St. i I i iI
of the council: Mrs. R. R. engagement and approaching Ann's kickoff was grounded on th; I H: H
Long. secretary and treasurer; marriage of Miss Martha Sud. Pahokee 30 and they drove to S'. I i: :, i
Mrs. H. M. McIntosh registration duth to W. A. Stevens, Jr.. of Pa Ann's two where Carney Wilder i
chairman: Mrs. James H. Wilson hokee has been announced by the went through center on a quarterback I .
organization chairman Mrs. O. K.Bleech. bride-elect's parents in Henderson- sneak. St. Ann's eleven cams Sunday Chicken Dinner !
program chairman and ville. N. C. The wedding is scheduled back in the second quarter when
Edward A. Jensen finance officer. : to take place at the First Baptist they drove 56 yards to the Paho :
The Pahokee girl scouts were d- i Church In Hendersonville on kee four where Ray McCall, halfback ; i : I
vided into three troops at the Nov. 26. cut through tackle to even I
meeting. Mrs. Becky Starling and the score, 6 to 6. I CHOPS SEAFOOD :
lira. Lewis Friend will serve as Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Libhart ani The tie was broken In the fourth t I I
co-leaders and Mrs. W. H. Jones I I children were the guests of Dr. quarter when the visitors lost the I i
assistant leader to one troop com- i and Mrs. D. Nix in Jacksonvilleover ball on downs on the Pahokee 32 I I I
posed of fourth and fifth grade I the weekend. and the Imps took over. Scatbaclc i Short Orders at All Hours '
Bobby Schroder, who has don 'I
- most of the scoring for the Imps I I
this season then swept around
right end on a double reverse to i

Bring us your TIRE TROUBLESTires -. scoot Wilder 68 yards went for through a touchdownand with another : Tasty Coffee Shoppe i I I

are our business size quarterback sneak for the I
any any
extra point."Scouting". i i NEXT TO THE FORD GARAGE IN PAHOKEE I

type to fit your particular need. .- .I j ,

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CANAL POINT, FLORIDA I "Scouting and Citizenship" was
the subject of an address by Dr.
Elmo B. Scoggin pastor of the ..
Canal Point Baptist Church at the
Lions Club's annual fathers and
I sons luncheon held Tuesday in the
Woman's Club building. 'r.1e
I speaker, introduced by Frank Roselle -
Sr., program chairman urg-
ed parents to take a more active
part in the scouting movement.

111.. Members of Troop 24 were guestsof
o- the club.
Club members and their wives
were invited to attend a luncheon
meeting of District 35-S at George
Washington Hotel inVest Pam
salET Beach on Nov. 19 at which time
the president of Lions International -
will be guest speaker.
4 Plans were announced for th" j .a
club's annual ladies night program
in the woman's clubhouse on Dec.
10. It was also announced that a
zone meeting for Pahokee. Belie
Glade Clewiston and Lake Worth
Clubs will be held in Pahokee on
/ Dec. 12. Rev. C. T. Howes. scout c
IlWsJIIELECTI.e.'Y commissioner for the North Glades

6000 District thanked the Lions for ..
their assistance in the recent Boy .oY '

Scout round-up. .


,,.-...-....... ,,. Lampi To Attend j FRIGIDAIRE
.,1'Tfey State Band Meet > E!!
Robert O. Lampi. director of the
Pahokee High School Band will
leave this weekend to attend a WATERHEATER
meeting of the Florida Bandmasters -
Association in Tampa. Nov.
14-17. He will be accompanied by
Jack Major trombonist in the Pa-
hokee High School Band who will j
play in the 9O-piece aU-state student

the meeting.band which will perform at Plenty of clean hot water always

on tap-at just the tig'rt i
Menry Fillmore of )Miami noted l'
and . without
composer of band music and past temperature
t11tI1'AY president of the American Band- flame smoke, soot, work or
masters Association, will b- worry. There's a Frlgldair automatic -
among the 150 bandmasters r 3 electric Water Heater

yAIORF throughout the state expected at In a size and type to fit your
16% !! the meeting. An election of new I

fJKa Lampi FBA officers said. wil. -be held. Mr. ; needs and your pocketbook.

d _ _
Gift Collections For
COPPER WIRE vtkfc cast $18 per .

100 Ik in 13U. ms costs $3150 7 O I Miami Hospital

...op 76V.ClffllT! ,. ._ .
/Marc Christmas gifts being collectedby Specie 10-Yee Protection Pton. pLs4.tih -" '-"--- --- ,'
the American Legion Auxiliary,
M.gw.slvsa e e-
Post ?O. for veterans at Miami IXCIUSIVf IAWANTUM"" MIATIN0
...and em this DaII5e is fmt1cnr1 hospitals: were received by Mrs. ..Mfs ryWi''Co UNIT i. .ffU!..t ..4 .....if.t.
Base rites in adaiD>| nek lower&a! Cecil Gray chairman in charge C..pi.t! --..4 h. __, w
pit-war. But dot to s'f s a gas shads gift collection, at a meeting cf -.-. ...-.f .o.l ..... ,...-
--.q lit the -.n. high priced the auxiliary At the home of Mr ...'.. 0eIy 5"r4'. .... w.BOE'S _
. inn ol sad odicr UIUHSCU!: ads Paul Tillery Tuesday mjtbt.
lit singe price per fclawitt kmf49l The group announced plans for
n [ i k| oar rtsiintiil cutoaers btupuuO I'a "jack pot" program at every Mathis-Boe
r r )> tf 7: lupind wtfb I3L monthly meeting! to stimulate at-
I tendance. Mrs. Tillery will also! act
Pahokee Belle Glade
a* hostess at Use December meet-

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Six The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Friday November 12. 19018

Sandra Rogers Has Salvatore. Joe Edward Beverly Attendants Named ,
Thor Hatton Walter Fountain I
Birthday Party Valarie Geiger Reba Carlton. For Coming Wedding: I

Tripp Alderman Tanazane Lance !
Mrs. W. H. Rogers entertainedat and Alice .Joyce and Kathleen :Miss Gene Rushing whose mar- Thanksgiving Turkeys i _

her home Monday afternoon Spencer. riage to Francis William Cross. .Jr.
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with a lawn party honoring her will be solemnized at 5 p. m.
daughter. Sandra who was celebrating Edenfield Girls Thanksgiving Day, announces the PHONE 649 TODAY i iI

her seventh birthday an- Entertain FriendsBetty ding following: attendants for the wed- I ORDER EARLY! i!
niversary. The hostess preaentde
Matron of Honor. Mrs. H. V.
balloons to the guests as party
Sue and Imogene Eden- Aiken. cousin of the bride elect
favors. She was assited with the I FREE-FREE-One Can of Ocean
field were to their from Sanford Flower Girl. Miss I
I ;
Mrs. R. O.
entertaining by Lampi.
Mrs. A. J. Ludeman and Mrs. C. classmates in the First and Third I Sandy Sims, daughter of :Mr. and I Spray Cranberry Sauce with
Grades Saturday afternoon in the : I
Mrs. Riley Sims of West Palm '
L. Wilder. Canal Point American Legion' Beach; Best Man, .Joe Tom Boyn- : Each TurkeyUplhegrove I
Games and contests were enjoyed Home. Both little ladies
were ton of Pahokee; Ushers Clydi I. '
and a contest prize was awarded dressed alike in white organdy t
Clayton of Belle Glade and John S.
to Jerry Tiboetts. Others attending pinafores.The Harrington Jr.. of Port Mayaca; MarketPHONE

were Betty Howard. Car! youngsters had their pictures John T. Pickett, Jr., of Pahokee as I
Watson. Dorothy Hatton. Becky
taken and played games until Junior Usher.
Sandra and
Barwick. Buddy '
refreshments were served. Thi Ministers Rev. I. E. F.nlow and 649 PAHOKEE FLA.
Lamps Rose Marie Henderson. ,
centerpiece was a Maypole to
Rev. Leonard Vandewater Ministers
Dorothy Humphries. Judy Platt,
which individual Nov. 12
Maybaskets were
Cindy Friend. Judy Murphy. Donald of the First Baptist Church I
Edwards Anita Cowart Johnny attached. and Methodist Church of Belle
Raineri Adrian Galbaldin. The highlight of the afternoonwas Glade; Candle Lighters Charles
a visit from their maternal Rushing Bamford nephew of the
:Yvonne Thompson. Johnny Kilpat- PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
rick, .Joan Hooper Rex Kaufman. grandmother. Mrs. Maude Wilson, bride elect, and Lee Braddock;
Gene and Mike Batchelor Wayne of Canal Point. Mrs. Wilson ha Music by Mrs. Zach Ingram as organist -

and Brenda, Kay Unwin, Rusty been ill for several years and this and Miss Jean Martin as
Hall Brenda Carter Denny Pad- was her first social event. vocalist; Reception. Country Clubof
gett, Antlonctte Santo Jerry TJp- After their guests had left Betty the Everglades and Wedding at
hte grove Ronald Todd. Jr.. Ann ; Sue and ,Imogene carried ic: First Baptist Church in Belle Shrubs and Trees
Rita Bums, Judy Chandler. Judy 1 :ream and cake to their friends Glade. All friends invited to attend

Cunningham, Jill Mel wain. Skeets who were unable to attend. the wedding and reception.
. ..
the staff at the Everglades wish to express our heart- Authorized Sales and Service
Classified AdsFOR Memorial Hospital who were <*> felt thanks and appreciation for
kind courteous and efficient dur- the many kindnesses shown us and 1 JACOBSEN POWER AND :

ing the many weeks that Mrs. for the many beautiful floral of- :
SALE: New and used Willys HAND LAWN MOWERS !
. Anna E. Murphy, our loved ore ferings received during the illness 1
Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage In I
was hospitalized there we wantto and death of our beloved wife an J I
Belle Glade. Phone 126. Jllcb .! I
extend our deepest appreciation. mother.

SEPTIC tacks and grease traps We shall always remember Don Hillier and Family. I ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. !

cleaned and repaired. Phone these kindnesses and have a war,: -. i Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons i
3872. Bob Doutbit. Pahokee. M17c spot in our hearts for those who Frank Rice of Asheville, N. C.. : i
1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm Beach
worked so tenderly with her. arrived Saturday for a visit with ; j I
WELL DRILLING: See Bob Ruby Tucker his sister-in-law Mrs. Pauline :
i I
Douthit, Pahokee. Fla.. Phone Maxine Joyce. Rice and family. I
3872. July 16cn

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FOR SALE: A baby carriage an-1
a bathinette. play pen All In
good condition. Phone Pahok:

7113.FOR SALE: Good milk Nov.cow.12 !

.Jersey with her third calf. SeeJ. !fItw

H. .Jones Tel 3762. Pahokee.N 19-pd.. #


us make your slip covers or upholster -
your furniture reasonably
priced in leather or Fabric. RaleighMock is M eheiA.d.1&.....
1214 Belle Glade Road. Pa ....... ...........
hokee. K-Dec. 3. ---.......,..

ROOM & BOARD day. week or
month. Mrs. :Maude Boatwrighi.
located next to the Pahokee Met'-
odist Church. St. N-12

FOR SALE: 1945 New Bu\\?k i

Super-Station Wagon S330O.
never been driven radio and accessories. -
ri ir't
Phone 502. Belle Glade.


Prince TheatrePahokee I

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wb.ch mart rtduatbtiJth.
Nov. 14-15 .Your <&.( : tW
subject of this ptctar
Your hMlsh.it*obJKt.

"Duel In The Sun" -Here-vt facts yw ..... hew: ... ........ Ufcwubib As..... r oi4s, ywilhst:

'Between the ages of 15 and 44 tuberculosis leads all The greatest safeguard against TB is excellent:
starring ;Bother diseases as the cause of death. health.Active disease does not occur so long as the

Jennifer Jones, Tuberculosis kills approximately 50,000 people body resistance can ucce ful'y fight germs.

Gregory Peck .ffcery year. TB is conta! W1. It is spread through coug :ng
A half-million people in this country are estimated sneezing, and personal contacts.
Joseph Cotton, to have active tuberculosis. Of these, only one-half
TB Lr curabl*.
are known to health authorities.
Lionel BarlymoreMade 1 One out of every two adults in the United States is The rooner the present of 13 is c*!:":'V .' fouicVrr

( in crtunatcd to have takcyfs :cri in his system . . ; the cure 8'd the sif : )'c'r fFi-.ilv rnifrinds
which might lead to active dlsrc e. wtil] I* from contagion.

technicolor.) Early tuberculosis freiucatly: hi3: no sysrptoms of A Cn!!' r-CJiv, AT lun owcf A TEA:. it *,04 ui :'.r.
Jtey suttsr STEP rowAto co..UArnMC ii/tr=",:-'i

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November 12, 1948 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Page Sevan

Plans Are Made For II'' Library Staff Has New Type Orange

----"'" Entertaining W.S.C.S. Officer ElectionThe Has Been Developed; I

staff held its first meeting of the
were made to entertain CITY-"It'a but I
green Mr. and Mrs. Parker Wilson
October 20 at
Mr. and Mrs. Inman W. Weeks "
Mrs. O. E. Pearson Miami District it's ripe states Ira F. Soar pro- former Pahokee residents now living -
which the officers
returned Tuesday from Jacksonville President when the W. S. C. S. follownig were prietor of the Pomona Nurseries I in Clewiston. announce the
elected President. Ada Tillman: I
where they visited their son met at the home of Mrs. L. R. Hall I Vice President. Bobbie Friersor. in describing his new early orange birth of a daughter Janet Ann at

in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. November 2nd. Mrs. Pearson will : ; the "Soar's Sweet. I Good Samaritan Hospital West
Gloria Stuart
Secretary ; Reporter,
Edward Lee Hamilton of Durham be a guest at the December meet- Geraldine Stokes Assistant Re- The new orange is the result often Palm Beach. Oct. 30.
N. C., while the latter couple were ing which is to be held in the Sun- Christine Moulton.At years of experiment and thS: Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Futch. former -
spending several days in that cityon day School building December 7 porter their second meeting November year the variety was fully ripe and Pahokee residents, announce the

business. They were accom- and will be preceded by a lunch- 2 the club members marls easily passed all maturity tests birth of a daughter Marcia Elsie
panied home by Mrs. Hamilton eon in her honor"Spiritual the first week in September although at Newport. Ky., Oct. 16.
plans for the celebrations. of the
who returned to Durham by plan Conflict in Korea"was 29th Annual Childrens Book Week, the outer skin is as greenas Mr. and Mrs. A. Dewitt Enfinge

from Miami Wednesday. the subject of the grass.In birthof
program November 14 through the 2:). of Canal Point announce the
Miss Helen Howes spent the presented by Mrs. F. W. Cro s. There will be posters and bulletin October Soar sent a samp a daughter Cecelia Louise, at

weekend at Green Cove Spring with talks also made by Mrs. N. E. bushel to Governor-nominee Fuller the Everglades Memorial Hospital.
boards to display some of the
visiting her brother. Thomas Maxson, :Mrs. J. P. Parker. anJ Warren asking that he give it any Nov. 5.
latest books received the li
by -
Howes, who is director of religious Mrs. W. K. Buchanan. The devo- kind of a taste test he wanted and Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Herringof

education at the Methodist Churcn tional led by Mrs. Rosenberg was brary. pointed out that in every respect Pahokee announce the birth of a

there. Thomas will attend a district on the same topic.It . this orange can hold its own with- son at the Everglades Memorial

convention in Jacksonville on was announced that beginningNov. the finest oranges produced in the Hospital. Nov. 9.

Nov. 17 at which time he will re- 10 the mission study "On CHURCH OF CHRIST. height of the season even thougaIts . .

ceive a license to preach. Our Own Doorstep" will be con- SCIENTIST"MORTALS skin is entirely green. It can
Howes Names His
Sam McKinstry Sr.. and his son- ducted at the church with Mrs. AND IMMORT- be colored artificially without

in-law. Earl Grossman have re- Ralph Fuller in charge. The course ALS" is the subject of the Lesson- harm to the fruit and when colored Subject For Sunday

turned to their homes here after will cover four Wednesday night Sermon which will be read in will move fast on the market and

spending the summer! in Virginiaand sessions from seven to eight to Churches of C h r i s t Scientist give entire satisfaction to the purchaser The First Methodist Church announces -

Maryland where they were en- night. throughout the world on Sunday. Soar said. that the Pastor, Rev. C.

gaged in the contract vegetable Fall church cleaning day is November 14. a. T. Howes will speak at both morn-

harvesting business. Tuesday November 30th. The Golden Text is: "If ye live ing and evening services next Sur.

James Barnes pvt. 1-c and Mar- .a. after the flesh, ye shall die: but if Buddy Keen Has day. He will use as his sermon suo-

vin Baker pvt. 1-c who have been ye through the Spirit do mortifythe Birthday Party ject at the morning service: "God'3
YWA Reorganization
training at the Stackland Al" deeds of the body ye shall .Challenge to His Church". At the

Base San Antonio, Texas, have ar- Is HeldAt live" (Romans 8:13).
Meeting Mrs. Ellsworth Keen entertainedat :evening service, the subject will
rived in Pahokee to spend a 15- Among the citations which com- '
her home Tuesday with a lawn be: "Workers with GodTheY"\!

day furlough from the Army with a recent reorganization meet- prise the Lesson-Sermon is the I party for her son. Buddy on his will be special music by the choirsat

their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Homer ing of the Young Woman's Auxiliary following from the Bible "So :sixth birthday anniversary. Th I each service. The Pastor returned -

Barnes and Mr. and Mrs. Charles First Baptist WMU. at the when this corruptible shall have I hostess used pink and green ii on Monday from a week of

Baker. They are scheduled to re- home of Mrs. F. G. Gillis the following put on incorruption. and this mor- party decorations and was assisst- Special Services at the Sarah

" port to the Hamilton Air Base in new officers were elected tal shall have put on immortality, i ed with the entertaining by Mrs Spencer :Memorial Methodist

California on Nov. 22. Sibyl Jensen. president; Imogene then shall be brought to pass the Sallie Davis. Church of Tampa. He left Tues

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Burton Spivey, vice president; Nina Rus- saying that is fritten. Death is Refreshments of ice cream cake. day afternoon to attend a special

and daughter Catherine Anne, and som. secretary-treasurer; Patsy swallowed up in victory" (I Corin- nut cups and cokes were served to session of the Florida Annual Con-

Mrs. J. B. Cruthird of Porter- Batchelor and Evelyn Malov, thians 15:54). Alvis and Donna DaS Johnny ference of the :Methodist Church.

ville Calif.. arrived in Pahokee social chairman; Ina Russom and:! The Lesson-Sermon also includes Bacon. Sunny Libhart Gay and and is to return on Thursday afternoon -

Monday for a visit with Mrs. Cru- Johanna McKinstry program the following passage from I Fay Carlton, Martha Sellers Tommy Bi"hop Roy Short will be th!

third's sons.' J. W. and C. C. Cru- chairmen; Evelyn Maloy, publicity the Christian Science textbook. Holden Edwina Humphnea featured speaker at the sessionsof

third, and families. chairman. The group will meat "Science and Health with Key to 'I Pat and Jimmy Maxwell. Sandy the Conference which will oo

Mr. and Mrs. John Welborn of on the first and third Monday the Scriptures," by :Mary Baker Rogers. Virginia Crossmar. held at Lake Alfred. Florida. There

Anderson S. C.. are guests this nights Eddy: "Suffering, sinning, dying; Charles Batchelor Sonny Young will also be meetings of the various -

week of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Major. . beliefs are unreal. When divini Cheeche Cate. David Simonson. I Boards and Committees of the

The General meeting of Canal Science is universally understood :David: Fountain. Rex Kaufman an 1 I Conference.

Point W. M. S. will be held at the Funeral Services they will have no power over man, Effie Lou Keen. I. . -

22. for man i* immortal and lives oydivine
Church Monday EveningNov. For Local PioneerFuneral IX MEMORIAM
The lone Patterson Circle of authority. The sinless joy; WHEREAS, It has pleased the

Canal Point Baptist W. M. S. will services for Mrs Annie -te perfect harmony and immortality Earl Chance USN Is I Grand Master of the universe in

meet at the home of Mrs. A. H. Murphy 86 pioneer resident of of Life, possessing unlinut- 'Featured OrganistA 1 his infinite wisdom to remove from

Scruggs Monday at 2 30 p. m. Canal Point were held at the Can divine beauty and goodness without I among us our esteemed friend and

The Annie Jones Circle of Canal al Point Baptist Church Sunday a single bodily pleasure o- I Brother.
half hour period of organ
Point W. M. S. will meet with Mrs. at 3:30 p. m., with Rev. Elmo B. pain.constitutes the only veritable LENNIE LEE STUCKEY.
Wade Ammons Monday at 8 p. m. indestructible man. whose being music will supplant the usual wait A charter member and Past Master -
Scoggin. pastor
for the first reel at Luce Audi-
is (76:18-26)
A program on "Our Savior In Murphy died at the Ever- of th of/>ur Lodge.
torium on four !
Asia and the Islands of the Sea" glades Memorial Hospital Thursday . programs arnounced On WHEREAS we feel that by his!
week it has been
was presented by Mrs. A. C. Santo demise we suffer the loss of a
at 11:30 a. m. following a long '
at a meeting of the Lucy Jones illness. She was born in MobleCounty. Tangerine Queen each 1tonday.todnt"9da Friday Earl I faithful member of our fraternity,
and Saturday ev enings.
and the community at large an
Circle First WMU at the
Baptist Ala. and to Canal
Will Be SelectedWINTER Chance YNSA. of the Chaplain'sDepartment 1 honored and upright citizen. on'!
home of Mrs. Paul Tillery Tuesday. Point in 1916 from Okeechobej the
will preside at who was beloved by all who knew
Mrs C. L. Shirley led the devotionals City. She had been a patient at tho i

and Mrs W. H. Rogers, local hospital since June. 1< 47. HAVEN-The fiftr. Hammond organ keyboard. him.BE
annual Florida Chance who is organist! for Pro- i IT RESOLVED, that for the
(chairman presided at the business! She is survived by four daught- Tangerine QueenContest
testant chapel !'services on the Cen- of his the cheerfulness
I purity life
being sponsored by the
Mrs. J. C. Mock presented i
era Mr*. Maxine Joyce, Pahokee.
service "Mission Winter Haven Junior Chamber of ter, is an 18-.ear-otJ; sailor from of his presence, the uprightness o'
program ;
Mrs Ruby Tucker Canal
Commerce here November Pahokee. Florida. In his hometown his character, the kindness of hiti
Work in the Orient" a meetingof Mrs. Aline BrE'nnan.Yest Pain on
he performed on the piano in I dealings with others we shall hold
the Lottie Moon Circle. First 27-2S is being planned as a color-
Beach and Mrs R. F. Heller. -
Baptist WMU. in the Fellowsh'pHall ful two-day event to select th'state' : recital later .!studying exclusively:! i him in loving rememberarce as an
Canal Zone Ed Burt
one son.
most beautiful who to be an organi..t.The . ,example:! worth of our t'mulatlon.RFOL'ED .
Monday afternoon. She wasassisted Mobile Ala.. 12 grandchildren and, girl
repertone for Chance's pre- that while w!
will be tea
by Mrs. E. E. Coleman. publicized nationally as
11 great grandchildren. First of Florida.s.aluabl movie appearances will be a combination 'mourn for him as a friend an,l
Mrs. C. R. Wroten. Mrs J. E. Un- Active W. H. Lady
pallbearers were
mdustrv. of popular music! and Brother our sorrow U lessened b/
win. Mrs W. A. Stevens. Miss Vann. A. Q. Howell, Sr.. Olaf Hoe
The Queen, who will be selected semi-classical! numbers He will ; the knowledge of his well spent
Elizabeth Caraway Mrs. G. C. F. W. Cross. Sr.. M. I:>. Geiger and
by a board of impartial judges rely on familiar selections and plan :life which presages his triumphover
Connell and Mrs. Margaret Thomson -
Wiley 'Hills.Burial during the contest on Sunday his arrangements strictly for entertainment death and we are lead to exclaim -

was at the Port Mavaca afternoon November ::S. at the .- From "The Hoist." : Blessed are the dead who
Mrs. H. M. Mcintosh spent tne '
Cemetery. Berry's Funeral Home Florida Citrus Exposition's ne.' I U. S. N. T. C.. San Diego. Cal. die in the Lord.RESOLVED .
weekend in St. Petersburg visit- was in charge of arrangements
Lake Silver will .a. that we the officer*
ing her son. Kenneth, a cadet at . amphitheatre on I extend
She be featured by the Florida Citi-n and members of this Lodge,
Florida Military academy. I Cinematic ChatterBy our moat heartfelt sympathy to
Commission in national
her mother. Handley Jaquiss a pictorial
was accompanied by
the imediate relatives and
Malcolm MillarIt
campaign designed to publicize
who returned to
Mrs Mathis.
af in their great sorrow over the departure -
Florida thuear's
home in Panama City after a visit Mrs Frank Handley former Pa- tangerines Just of a life BO useful and
of several days in Pahokee. tiokee resident now living in Clew ;> .crop hits the northernmarkets is no longer necessary to "aw recommend them to Him who d,.-

Mrs. Grace Danforth. a memberof laston. announces the marriage of conteMan fromo.t"r that -Duel In the Sun" i b the most eth all things well.
Man beautiful
the Everglades Memorial Hospitals her daughter. Miss Nancy Jo publicized and talked about pic- RESOLVED, that these rewl'itions -
will be -
the state who
nursing staff, is ill this Handley to Gordon E. Jaquiss. sin sponsored 'ture ever released '.Du l In Th be placed on the records of
civic and business organizations -
week at the home of her sifter. of Mr. and Mrs! William A. Ji- by, will arrive in Winter Sun" has! been printed and spoken the Lodge, and a copy presentedto

Mrs. Reeve Wright, in West Palm quiss of Los Angeles Calif- and November countless millions of time and. according ' the srn-rmwinp relatives of afternoon
Beach Caraca. Venezuela The weddingtook ; on Saturday : to Audience Research! Instill .. Brother
2whert' they are to two
. place at the first Methodist Tangerine has the greatest wart-to- -* Given und r our hands and seal
honored that night at a pal
Florida has the finest Farme- Church in Clewiston on Oct. 23 Ball featuring the music of on the part of the American of Everglades Lode No 211 F

Market system of any state in the with the Rev- Boreman. pastor of Bob Cole and his popular movie-poire public of any pictu""!' & A. M this l!th div of October

union. Most of those now operating the church officiating gjates from Florida State : that has ever come out cf HollyTtfwf A. D. 19< ; 9.q.<

in other states were patterned The bride is a graduate of P t- sitv at Tallahassee con--I A. R. HarnnptonWorihSpful.

sfter Flrida.Ye can thank Commissioner hkeelli1h School:: and was er:- This year contestant will And now the picture that too* M ut r

Nathan Mayo and Director ploved at Bank of Pahoke befleavinsr ,->'p pete in' both evening powrs and two years to make and rt S*.- S. J. Bargett.

of Markets William L. \\'i.L for Venezuela two vests:: bathing !suits during the Ta2'e-rtr'!' (VX).(*V) to produce the picture Secretary.Artidrating .
Mr received his 4"<"1.J- memorable rwments . .
ism for our outstanding Farmers spo Jaqms Queen Contt'st.mora valiiaW! with a thousand
cation at Los Angeles and Wan the P nc- a bujer'd market In
Market system.schools prizes the Queen will receive area I U to b* shown at
. irpton schools a!:,l i. row a.-c.*- twoltfal Theatre tH coming Sunday-Mor.- homes, Perry Brother, rronlrentnor"
: non !savirsr bond, a : engraved -
are hkir. more ar.J dite.lnth RATV International! 1" trophy and a new:: Jartz"i dav at regular: t'>rtr .. btitMer tn \\aVilncton D

more of tvc payers dollars. Ir IAMlttt'nf>z. where the couplewill !swim wait The first I arid ?*con.1 In the cast are Jr":fer Jone, C. are ofertr.a lizard new
lillsborcxtgh: County schools get naVe their home nn.eM.1i' will boo given trnphj'ssan G'esrorv Peck: Joseph PttonLioel Cr. I'y station 'a-......, 55 -'andatIeelutpm

-- ... -- )'* L.!Mian G "h. ar..' e-t with the harries Lbey
M percent, the tax collector a"noMntXMl >.p' bends a1.i swim: !tilts! The R-ir-vmi'

Passage! GRnd1 J P Ropers IO! !spend two ponj onrjr organization: ff th.* tNJ r.1'mt;", to nan.a It la 'n iw-H This b te flrrt r*- -e bar
Amendment :'0:0. 1 will not hurt the weeks in Bon:fay with Ms uncle! ro-te" selected" as Tangerine br-at1.takine: te<- ". color That .* heard of where a ru-er tll nfferIT -

schools but will give counties much i and aunt, M- and Mrs. J C tt d. Queen w-in also receive a SIft) mil I re-! to *ar an arocn'.ivie: as *s"Mari

needed- .d.s for local use 1iAmA. I savings bond. See ya! the moves .Mai elj

Eight The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday. November 12. 1945
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4-H Clubbers Mead Maxwell, Billy and Robert
Mass Tuberculosis X-Ray Survey For County Study Doe, Linda and Tommy Hand
Seed Bed WorkThe Wayne and Bruce Boynton. Young

and Lane Creech, Shirley and B.I1
Pahokee 4-H Club met in Culberson Jill Mclllwain Glon
i regular session Wednesday aft- and Syd Smith John L. and
ernoon in the school with Mrs. J. Wayne S. Hundley. Edward Fountain -
T. Platt. leader in charge of the Alvin Johnson Michael and
meeting. Lee Ann BerrjhiH, Lonnie Phillipsand
Preparations were made to car- Rebecca Grimes.
ry out plans for making Christmas .--

gifts and study was taken up on
Last Rites Held ForMrs.
:%FE IIIIA[ STATE ESO6A3LtJ 4 F !f ALTH 1'gw avt..r.. x seed beds i
preparation of for flow
ers and vegetables. A message '.i Ollie SternsMrs.
congratulations was sent to Elzoia
Christian of Greenacres who will Olhe Sterns of Canal Point.
attend the National meeting in 40. died at the local hospital
Chicago as a result of having won Wednesday night of last week
an award for canning 800 cans of after a brief illness. She came to
produce during the season. Canal Point from Starke six years
Betty Jo Phillips include her husband,
Check your chest! The mass I and coastal areas have been ""won- Keen's Store-5 p. m. to 8 p. m. Frank C. Sterns; four daughters
Tuberculosis chest X-Ray survey ,derful." (Colored) Has Birthday Party I Dorothy Helen. Elsie and Lora:
has been launched in Palm Beach The units will be in the Canal Thursday November 18 I and one son, Frank. Jr.. all of
county and already thousands have Point and Pahokee areas on th- Keen's Store for Colored When Betty Jo Phillips reached I Canal Point: also her mother. Ms
stepped before the X-Ray machines ;schedule below: ipmto4pmand5pmto8pmFriday I the age of three Saturday her Viola Strickland of Miami and
and had their chests X-Rayed. It Friday. November 12 November 19 I I birthday was celebrated at a lawn eight sisters.
takes only 20 seconds. You do not Pahokee Camp White. Bryant for Colored party given by her mother Mrs. The body was sent to Stark.
have to undress. You step before 11 a. m.-2 p. m. 6:30 a. m. to 9:30 a. m. Jack Phillips, at their home on Thursday for funeral services and
the camera. An attendant pressesa Saturday. November IS Canal Point for White Bacom Point Road. The hostess interment. Berry's Funeral Ser-
button. Bingo! It is as simple as Everglades Camp for Colored 11a.m.to2p.mSaturday presented balloons hats and novelties vice was in charge of local ar-
that. lpmto4pmand2pmto8pmTuesday. to the guests as party favors rangements.
The county has been divided into November 16 November 20 and served refreshments of Ice .
and mobile X-Ray Elliott's in Pahokee Sand Cut Colored Camplpmto4pmand5pmto8pm Mrs. Olaf Doe have a?
five unit areas B. Garage cream, cake and grapette. She was Mr. and
units are scheduled to cover at1 10 amtolpmand2pmto5pm assisted with the entertaining by their guest her mother Mrs. Buchanan -
parts of the county. Lake Lytal a Wednesday, November 17 Wednesday November 24 her mother Mrs. L. W. Armstrong of Sarasota. They also had
member of the board of county B. Elliott's Garage in Pahokee Bryant and Mrs. Pete Chiviges. as guests over the weekend her
commissioners in West Pain 12 Noon to 3 p. m. 6:30am to 9:30am.andlOam Guests were Myra Ruth Frasur. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and
Beach survey chairman, said yes- to 1pm Bunny Brooks. John B. Cruthird. Mrs. Russell Currr in, Sarasota.
in the Glades' I
terday that responses
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Miss Gene Rushing
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Honored At Tea -

Cypress lodge, home of Mr. an.l
Mrs. Anderson Chastain at Port _..

ForjfentModern Mavaca. was the scene of an intro-
ductory tea given on Saturday
afternoon from 4 to 6 honoring:
Miss Gene of Belle Glade,
Rushing Avoid last minute rush and disappointment Shop now while selec-
bnde-elect of Francis W. Cross jr. tions are best. Small deoosit holds your selections "til Christmas.
Store Build- of Canal Point. Co-hostesses with
Mrs. Chastain were Mrs. John T.
ing In Pahokee Pickett of Pahokee and Mr. Don
Kepp and Mrs. Oscar Chastain of
Canal Point.
The reception hall was decorateJ
with an arrangement of bream

0. R. Bleech chrysantemums and green vines. .:'.,:
Those in the receiving line were .;::
Mrs. Anderson Chastain who in- ., vIEI
Phone 2691 __ Pahokee troduced the guests to Miss Rushing it
: Mrs. Thadeou Remer Rusn-
big and Mrs. Walter C. Bamford. S
mother and sister of Miss Rushing {
- Mrs. Edwin Dannefly. Mrs. J. S. ..
Harrington and Mrs. Kenneth h
Mock presided at the guest book. [)
PALMSERVICE The tea table was laid with a V-
Hundreds of New Toys for Kids r''
lace cloth and a bowl of yellow : a ,
pompons in a silver bowl, with L A All Ages! finest Quality .
three-branched silver candelabra
forming the centerpiece. Silver cof- s: at lowest Prices!

fee and tea services were placedat ,
STATIONPhone each end of the table. The sid! : Sturdy Rider Toys_ Beautiful Doll

service table was also laid with a Wheel ToysMechanical Doll Furniture

612 Pahokee lace cloth. x= Toys Housekeeping Toys 11

Dealers Assisting with the service were : Action Pull Toys Crib Toy
Mrs. Francis W. Cross, sr., and rJK' ]
- Wisconsin Air-Cooled Mrs. Joe T. Boynton. and those Musical Toys"WindUp" Holster Sets & Gvnt f
Motors who poured were Mrs. Stanton : Trains Action Comet ;J Jt

Chastain. Mrs. M. F. George. Mrs. Electric Trains Educotionol Toy IJt. I
Clinton Air-Cooled Motors Tommy Griffith. Mrs. Loel Lence, t
Mrs. G. Lawton Sims and Mrs W. Come in Now While' Stocks Aft Urn! t tI
Briggs and Stratton

Air-Cooled MotorsOUTBOARD H.room Guests Vann.and were sun room seated of in the the living lodge I is INN nut nmctt $,',11I11 I.j I.

MOTORS where appropriate recorded piano
Two Outstanding Brand selections were plaed.
There 75:>> introducedto
were guests
the honoree whose wedding to
Mr. Cross will be an event of i

Thanksgiving Day.
We wish to take this opportunity -
to thank our many friends for "$lift Te*.. 16" ** Celorful 6' Gene Avtry Jr. r.cifin8 r-
their kindness and cormderatioj' BAIT MU TRACTM sss IW chrismftwbtwrTir -.w SW-.
during the illness and death of cot

EISMAN MAGNETOS loved shall one.remember Mra. Anna the E.consoling Murphy.We $5.95 75c 89c 65c 98c

words and acts of kndnwv?. To
Morse Magnetos feel likt Uftb lawe t 81 .fO AJwa7. .swte
those who sent beautiful flower l .1 butyl f ra "tot. aW'' f"" tai11., Ih.lftaIIeepIq
and aided in a tine of need we m" to [; ., .plaa'
i ,
Autohte Delco Remj shall always t.. gratf-f: "L With la7.tt. C 1ott4.. .,.. en. dullnl. \ IrtPL Ala -teeLsw
Signed: TIn \MILIES -
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UNION BATTERIES Thfw from out of town who attended 1 = /-
CITIES SERVICE GAS. the funeral services f" I" .. - _AJI tf ___ :

OIL & GREASES Mrs Annie Murphy Sunday in- + Home Owned and Operated by la',
cludtv...':r ar.d Mrs C T Tiomj.-
lW\D. Mr. and Mrs. James Cook and i '
Palm Service Station Mr. and Mrs Jack Brennan. Wet "
Phone 612 Pahokee Palm Beach Mr and Mrs. Talton i
Joyce. \>ro Beach Mrs. Ralpn
N19 :O'Neal. Miami Beach and R. J. Pthokcc, Florid. Phone 2821wage
Sur{. Miami Beacb.