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: December 3, 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: UF00079910:00363
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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The Truly Distinguished Mind

Prefers the Provinces






Funeral ServicesFor I Council Passes On Schools To Net Cattlemen Will Chevrolet Place

Truck MovementsThe Neat Sum From Meet December 7

Robert BaconFuneral .1 Annual Game Change Hands 1. C.
Pahokee City Council at a The Palm Beach County Cattle ,

I meeting last week passed on final man's Association will meet on I
The game between Pahokee
services for Robert K. reading Ordinance 194 which limit and Belle Glade ThanksgivingEve Dec. 7 at 8 o'clock in the City Hallin Snyder New OwnerAn

Bacon 37, Belle Glade business the movement of loaded trucks Belle Glade according to an an-
fa always Ole "moneygame"of
man were held at the Fahokee through the city limits to three nouncement by Assistant County
First Methodist Church Wednesday streets: State Road 15 including the year in Glades athleticcircles. Agent H. L. Speer. outstanding business deal cl
Athletic Council official
afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. C. Belle Glade Road and East Main Much business will come before community-wide importance was
have released the following
T, Howes, pastor of the churcn Street. Barfield Highway ani the gathering Mr. Speer said. A consummated Tuesday of thUweek
officiating.Mr. State Market Road which connects fat cattle show for next spring at when Raymond Christian of

Bacon was found shot to i with the Pahokee State Farmers' Receipts: the new cattle show ring at the
Grc s Admissions .. $%%71.10 Christian Chevrolet sold out to L.
. death on the living room floor of i.Market. Marvin Cowart. streets Experiment Station will be one of C.
Expenses: Snyder of Decatur. Mich who
his home in Belle Glade by his superintendent, was authorized to the matters to be discussed. Plans
20% Federal TaxIMn will operate the business under Uw
brother Jean of Pahokee around purchase a new power mower anJ will have to be made well in ad-
Officials ...._._..... 89.00 trade name of Snyder Chevrolet
9:30 a. m. Saturday morning. An scraper for the maintenance of vance for such a showing if it is to
Company. The sale included Christian
Lights (Est.) 18.00 -
eo.eo eo
autopsy revealed that a bullet city sidewalks. be successful the agent said.
. There may be one or two other Chevrolet's assets in Pahoke-.
from a .38 caliber revolver which -
incidental expense Items to come including real estate parts shop!
was lying near the body entered
Named out of the gross receipts before TonyLibhartsToLeave equipment all service and part
the lower part of his back left cf
the net sum is split evenly between equipment, furniture and fixtures.
the traveled an upwaii
spine the two high school. After being closed all day Tues-
path through the heart and came Pahokee
Head Vehicle
Anyway, each of the two high day while inventory was taken
out near the jaw. An investigationof
schools will receive well over the the place of busness was opened on
his death is being conducted by
$800 mark as its share for the Wednesday- morning with Mr. Sny-
state and county law officers.A : JACKSONVILLE-Arch Livingston Mr. and Mrs. A. C. (Tony) Lib-
evening's fun and entertainmentwhich der in charge. All of the employeesof
native of Canadaigua. N. Y., 43, a Tallahassee businessman was freely paid for by hart and children Sunny and Steven the Christian Chevrolet are still
Mr. Bacon moved from Pahokee to to the last of this '
has been chosen for State plan move
foot ball fans.Veterans. on the Job under Mr. Snyder.Mr. .
Belle Glade a month to North Florida where he
approximately year Motor Vehicle Commissioner whenFuller and his
Snyder family came
ago and operated the Everglades 1 Warren becomes Governorin will assume his new duties as sup to Pahokee from Decatur. Michigan -

Discount Company In that town. January. Warren has announce] AdvisedTo ervisor of the State Hospital at'' where he successfully operated -

He lived in Miami before comingto the selection of Livingston who for Revamp WillsThe Raiford on Jan. 1.Mr. a Chevrolet dealership for nin

Pahokee. two decade has been indentifieJ Libhart has been a resident years. Prior to that he had 12

Survivors Include his wife. Sue.parents with automobile loan and financing of Pahokee for 13 years, coming experience as Chevrolet

.. Mr. and Mr* Orin S. to succeed John Kilgore. ofTaJJa.ba.ssee. ,following is from a Bulletin here from Pennsylvania and hat dealer years employee being occupied In

" Bacon ST. Pahokee: four broth- published by Florida Department served and X-ray
The salary for the position as laboratory several capacities but always with

ers Orin S. Jr.. and Jean Bacon. is $7500 yearly. of Veterans Affairs issued No- technician at the Everglades Memorial the same popular car. He recently

Pahokee. John Bacon. Canandai- After leaving the University of vember 23. 1948. Hospital since the establishment purchased the W. A. Cross home

gua and George Bacon.: Pough- Florida Livingston went into the of that institution. Mrs.
During the war. the military on Bacom Point Road in bokee.
keepsie N. Y.. and a sister Mrs. automobile business. He was a Libhart. a registered nurse formerly -
authorities urged all service m nand His family is here and two childrenare
Kelvin Leon. Binghampton. N. Y. dealer in Bartow-Mulberry from of New Britain. Conn., was
women to make wills and also:>> in school while another is un-
the services the body 1931 of the VD clinics in the
Following to 1934. but otherwise has to execute powers of attorney supervisor der school age.

was taken to Miami for cremation. been interested mainly in loan and authorizing some person to hand? Glades area for three years. 1945- The new dealer comes to the

Berry Funeral Home was in finance. He has been in business in their business affairs before going 47 and has been an active workerin Lake Okeecbobee Region highly

charge of arrangements. Tallahassee for the last nine years. overseas. the First Baptist Sunday schoo recommended and with several

He is married and has four son:. These unrevoked and often for. The many friends they hav years of successful! service toChevrolet

Mrs. Livingston is a daughter of made during their residence her
His behind him. In
Howes Tells gotten wills and powers of attorney owners
the late Comptroller J. M. Lee. regret their leave-taking but with
he for himself an
are loaded with dynamite Decatur won
Subjects For Sunday In announcing the selection. many instances. There is a chance them good luck in their new venture. enviable reputation for fair dealingand

Warren said the vehicle depart- that the veteran may.lo e his pos- high class service. He extend
Next Sunday at 11:00 a. m. the ment *is responsible for an important sessions while living if the ol 1 a cordial invitation to automobi'*

First Methodist Church. Pahokee. governmental service to power of attorney is not revokedor Statistics Show owners in this area to pay his
will observe Sacrament of Tne the people. It is concerned with the
have his possessions fall into place a vInt.Several
Devils Are AlertCoach
Holy Communion. The Senior proper licensing and control froma Mr. Christian -
the hands of persons other than years ago
the direction of Mr licensing standpoint of all automotive -
Choir under those near and dear to him at he Clyde-\ii: ; this week released took over the local Chevrolet
Glenn Abling will sing and thepastor"s equipment in this state. It several" others had
death under the provisions of old some interesting statistics dealership
communion meditation assures the owner of a vehicle of a
war time will which is still in relating to the performance of tl e failed in the same effort. Throughthe
the Theme Th* title and protects financial
will center about proper
has enjoyed a splendidbusiness
force.A Pahokee Blue Devils through the years
Christian Imperative. At 7:30 P'I'I institutions" against evasion and situation has been discoveredthat I past season.In and has sold hundreds of

m. the pastor sermon subject will fraud. is of immediate concern to I winning six games, tying one new and used cars in this territory.
be "What Wilt Thou Have Me To I The department employs about 8)
all veterans who made wills before and losing three the Blue Devi',3scored (continued on page
Do?". The Youth Choir under the 400 persons and collects neary .
I they went overseas but have forgotten 225 points to their opponents -
direction of R. O. Lamps will sing. 917.000.000 annually. I
. to revise the documents 88. All of the Blue Devil passing Lions Entertain
The Men's Bible Class announces -
since they came back. attacks were launched by
that the teacher. Rev. C. T. Howes May Drop Plans For In some cases the circumstance Quarterback Joe Kent Carr who Blue Devil Squad
the lesson subject next
will use as I I have changed so that the wills tossed the ball 121 times duringthe
9:45 a. m. "How the Hebrews Loan AssociationT.
Sunday at they made before going abroad season. The fact that 78 ff Pahokee Lions at their Tuesday
came to Palestine. Several meeting in Use Woman's CluD
would not now dispose of their these passes were completedfor
faces have been welcomed recently C. Richardson who has been to have fcguests
new anl building were proud
property as they wish. We wish to the agility of his accuracy
and the attendance has beenirood. active in organizing a Federal Savings members of the Pahoke
warn them that they had betterlook fo rthe agility of his receiver
Com, find a welcome wits and Loan Association said over those instruments an i especially Hu_ton Cornell who High School Blue Devil football

this fine group of men. yesterday that immediate action is ConneH! squad the IMS Glades championsand
bequeathed the most of
. .--.---- see that the property is not caught$
necessary or all plans will by default for the coming year
ten possessors
to a war bride who is no made 13 touchdowns: Carr. :
Mother Of DeputyDies go by the boards on Dec. 10 longer a bride.Officers Julian Snyder eight. Jackie Thomas of the Lion Bill Young Memorial
and all efforts cease to .
two; Donald Danson. one. and Cup.Also
In AugustaMrs. Richardson pointed out that it Ted Johnson one. In runs of 12yard' luncheon guests of the club

I seems a shame to allow such a Named To or over Connell also If'd'iC1 were Coach Clyde Alley Coach

E. P. O'Oonnell. 79. died a: I splendid opportunity to go by without a total of 502 yard Carr was William Howard. T S. Kirk. Fl P.

her home in Augusta. Ga. Thursday taking advantage of it. Operate ChestThe second' with 395 yards and Snyder Holt. Carmen Salvatore. Sr.. and

morning at 3:30: clock froma third. 210 Principal C. A. Canipe. all members -

heart attack according to word WANT M,\R1NESJACKSONVILLE Pahokee-Canal Point Community yards..se of the Pahr.kee Athletic CounciL -

received in Canal Point Thursdayby Captain K. Chest met recently to reorganize The Blue Devils were Introduced

her son. Deputy Sheriff Frank Flake state Marine recruiting officer for the: coming year and: BPW Club To Meet by Mr. Holt.

O'Connell.Mr. has announced that Florid-i elected new officers as follows: P. Tuesday EveningMembers .. -

and Mrs. O'Connell and their Leathernecks will conduct a statewide .P, deMoya. president: James H. PTMFETINCi;

'daughter. Ann of )Miami left early survey! of 136 cities and town 'Wilson vice president' : T S Kirtc of the Everglades Basir.ess -

this morning for Augusta where to discover those towns which offer 'I.treasurer: JcMwph Ka.hn. assistant! aril Prof' or.alman' n. Canal Point ParentTeacher -

they will attend the funeral ser the best potentialities for Marine treasurer and Mrs. Alma Farrow Club will meet at the home of Mr., Association will conduct its December -

vices. recruiting.The secretary.It Lorraine Vann in Canal Point meeting in the nchrx4 auditorium >

captain stated that such a was announced that the com Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs Monday, Dec. i. at 8 p. f4:.

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Howlan1have survey has not been made since munity chest will set up funds Lithe Tommie Lee DuBoe will present Dennis Friend will present the program -

arrifrom Dartmouth. I the war= and that his office felt it budget to cover all deficits in program <*i vocational education.Mrs. which will IrvchxV dances br

Mass.. to spend the season at their imperative for the proper and ef- providing free lunches for underprivileged \"a1'1ill be assisted with t.'.- Mrs Clara Maurer' fourth grad

winter home The Gable, on Bas llcient functioning of the recruit children at the school I entertaining by Mrs Doris Carter. children. )In. D L. Friend, president

com Point Road. ing service in ttis state. cafeteria. co-hostess will preside: at the buai #ft.Es .

Page Two The Everglade News Canal
Point. Florida Friday December 3, 1943

THE EVERGLADES NEWS Cash Is Needed To ization school and other group, to Bruce John Lund William Dam-
send us all they possibly can in arest and a large cast of known

. Senring toe Lake Okeecbobee Farming Region money, foodstuffs and children's featured players. It will be an ex-

Established 1924 Published Every Friday Aid State Orphans wearables fruits meats vegetables perience that will long remain in

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance canned goods,. toys doIU. your memory.
games etc. quickly in order that "Night Has a Thousand Eyes" is

.. The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Christmas will be no different no little child will weep on Christ the story of a man whose uncanny:

0 In Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter from any other day of the year for mas morning. knowledge of the future held so
scores of utterly helpless homeless All contributions of money strange and strong a power over a
orphaned and completely destitute should be sent to R. V.
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Covington. beautiful girl that he could name
little children now under Treasurer. 403 Consolidated Building her exact destiny on a menacing

lost from work through illness. the care of the Children's Home Jacksonville. All articles other night "when the stars looked
Society of Florida in the five love- than cash will be gratefully re- down."
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY Contending that such legislation
ly homelike Receiving Homes 0: ceived at our children's
now effective in other states W8 s Receiving Come to scoff . but we wart
the Society throughout Florida un- Home 2560 Riverside Avenue .
needed he asked the assembled you. you may remain to believe!
business and industrial leaders to less a lot of kindly Florida citizens Jacksonville or at our Children's See you at the movies.-Mai.
Homes at Lakeland Pensacola or :
give serious thought to the matter ...
(By Russell Kay) and in the event he proposed such Miami. Please remember-our need
is immediate and great. GIRL SCOUTS
legislation to go along with him.
The Girl Scouts of Canal Point
Concluding one of the best at- He termed the outcome of the re-
had their third meeting
tended and weD handled meetingsin cent election a people's mandatefor Friday
Cinematic Chatter November 26, 1948 at the Canal
the organization's history the legislation in behalf of the
Florida State Chamber of Com- people, a mandate for a genera: By Malcolm Millar Point American Legion Hall. We
gave the Girl Scout promise. We
merce elected Walter L. Hays. rise in the living standards of all
received the laws and
Orlando insurance man and civic and that provision for aid in time Have you ever known the fu- We

leader its new president: named of illness was that class of legi ture? Have you ever had a"Hunch" Scoggin were could very not sorry attend that the meet-Mrs.
Harold Colee. executive vice slation. Government today he
pres- .
I ? Do you believe such pre. ing but we were glad to have a
ident: J. D. Ingram, treasurer and pointed out is called upon to fulfill -
William L. Wilson, director of the pledge of the nations vision is a power you can develop visitor Joann Davis, from Clewis-
Florida State Farmer's Markets founders which promised "Li.f*.-, further? Are you sure you wouid
-Billie Nell StokesGroupScribe.
corporate secretary. Liberty and the Pursuit of Happi- like to Know what the future holds .

Florida governors, past present ness. Life and Liberty are not' for you . whether good or bad.

and future were featured on the enough, we must follow througnand Think twice before you decide: . .

three-day program in the personsof see to it that our people are whether it would be a curse ot Mrs. L. W. Armstrong accom-

Spessard L.. Holland. Millard enabled to enjoy the pursuit of gift! panied by her sister, Mrss. W. H.
Caldwell and Fuller Warren. Each happiness." will come to the rescue with funds Better yet see "Night has a Bowers and daughter Blanch

had a message that was hopefuland Expressing satisfaction at beinga foods. Children wearable's toys Thousand Eyes" at the Prince Elizabeth of Orlando, visited Mrs.

encouraging. Senior Senator member of the Florida State games and goodies promptly.This Theatre this Sunday-Monday, with Cora Spence in Lake Worth on

Claude Pepper although not on the Chamber of Commerce, Warren is the sad story which Edward G. Robinson Virginia Tuesday.

regular program talked at one of complimented the organization on comes from Marcus C. "Daddy
the luncheons. the Fagg of Jacksonville, who has ben;
progress it had made during -- - --- --

Keen interest was shown in the the past few years, particularlysince the State Superintendent of the .u.--

message of Governor-elect Fuller its management had been Society for over thirty eight years

Warren, featured speaker on the entrusted to Harold Colee, execj- during which time over 53,003 ; From where I sit Joe Maish'Why
annual banquet program. Pullingno tive vice president. He said he recognized Florida children have been referred : .ly
to the for aid and car? .
punches and speaking with his it as a progressive unselfish Society ,

usual exuberance, Warren pictureda organization concerned wiNi and new adoptive homes, from

bright and proserous future for the welfare of the state as a whole every portion of the State. (

the state if proper steps are takento and as such would count on it to, "Daddy" Fagg says. "Because of ; Dutch is

set a foundation for it. support him in his sincere efforts storms, floods, uncertain economic:

Terming flood control the state's to advance that welfare and serve conditions and other factors beyond Growing a BeardThat

most serious and immediate problem all the people, labor and industry our control, the Society's in-

he said it would have his first rich and poor, strong and weak. com ehas been tremendously de- beard on Dutch Millers settled and the die is cast they
While mentioning the creased. Added to this we have
attention and that
he pointed out present
chin doesn't mean that he's getting accept the verdict in a spirit of
in order to secure necessary federal citrus situation and noting th? faced constantly increased costs of
ready to play Santa Claus. He'simply good humor.
aid it was up to the state to imperative need for the rehabilita- all items of food wearables, et-%
raise its share of the needed funds. tion of the industry, he offered no Had we not received some bequest paying off the election bet And that's as it should be when

If it called for more taxes, the plan which observers felt indicated funds. and been able to borrow he lost to Cappy Swansea. it comes to any difference of opin-

need was so urgent that a tax that if he has any answer to the some money, we could not have And while some folks allow it's ion. Some folk vote for beer as

would be justified and should b? problem in mind it is not concrete rendered the very necessary ser- all a lot of nonsense-like the their favorite beverage-others

looked on as an investment in th! enough to advance at this time. vices to these needy little ones. wheelbarrow ride that Cappy hadote for cider. In fact we all have

state's future welfare. Some growers in the group had Our immediate concern is the to give Dutch after last election differences of taste in almost every

Turning to forestry, he viewed hoped he would term unity t and coming of Christmas. We just can- day-from where I sit,it's a mighty thing! But that doesn't mean that

with alarm the tremendous losses statewide organization the best not permit these defenseless little wholesome aftermath to a c1itferw..can't live together in a spirit of

experienced in our lumbering and means of quickly bringing order children who have never known a care of opinion. good fellowship.

naval stores industry amountingto out of chaos through the establish- real Christmas to face disappoint-
50 per cent due primarily to ment of controls and an intelligent ment grief and bitter tears on Because good Americans all take

our failure to reforest and the lacx merchandizing program that might Christmas Day. their politics and voting mighty c90e7 -0.1'

of fire control. Here again he save growers from another disas- We fmplore every citizen in seriously. But when the issue's

warned, more money would be terous season this year. Florida every business firm, lodge,

needed to provide adequate fir* .. . church civic and woman's organ- CovtritAt.1913. United Stale Brewer Foundation
control and a sound reforestation
--- -- -- - --- -- -- --
program, but he looked on any -
such expenditure as an investmentand

people in and the the best state.interests of1' the CREATOR" is the subject of the PROTECT: : YOUR BABY WITHY

Lesson-Sermon I
which will be readin
Despite the fact that top flight
Churches of Christ. Scientist I
executives of every power companyin
throughout the world on Sunday.
the state were in his audienc:, :
December 5.
Warren bluntly stated that power
The Golden Text is: "Thus saitn
rates in Florida were so high that
i the Lord that created the heavens:
industrial concerns seeking a lo-
God himself that formed the earth
cation would not consider the state
and made it he hath establishedit
on this account. He said he hopedto
he created it not in ,.in. he
have with
a conference the
heads formed it to be inhabited: I an
of all power companies do-
the Lord and there is eU"
: none
ing business in the state with the
(Isaiah 45:18).
securing a voluntary
Among the citations which com-
agreement that would result in
lower rates.Thinking. prise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol-
lowing from the Bible "Let thy Y
no doubt of two
work appear unto they !servants
tragic experiences of his own with
motor accidents, one in which hU and thy glory unto their children.
companion was killed and anotherin And let the beauty of the Lord

which one of his closest friend* our God be upon us" (Psalms

was maimed for lire-, the- Governor- 90:16 17 (to :).

elect made it clear that if it was The Lesson-Sermon also include

within his power' he would put a the following passage from the I
Christian Science- textbook "Sci- -
stop to reckless and drunken- driving -
and would see to it that cattle ence and Health with Key to tie b quality flat oil palm with power

were- removed from the highwa Scriptures) Mary Baker Eddy: 'uwh1 kill insects throughout the life of the

He said on taking office- he would "Beauty as well as truth is eter- DIANOL is distinctive beautify 1 4tf
nal: but the- beauty of material
issue instructions to every- law enforcement CtfCfOU
things fading and ing. Absolutely hannless to humans
officer in the state tobear passes away l'1
down on traffic offenders and fleeting as mortal belief . Immortal PAINT INSECTICIDE and pets. YET
a powder that
stated that if the situation had men and women are model!. Can be naiad with a Oat s
shown marked of spiritual sense, drawn by -
no improvement by perfect wall paint ol your own
the time the legislature met in Mind and reflecting thN-!' chow to ofcUiakUT iaa.ct _
April. he would ask for stricter jl higher conceptions of lovelineJ'J rwulta.

laws and higher penalties" for traffic which transcend all material

offenders especially- drunken sense" ((247:10-12. 15.

drivers. He promised that if any .- .

cattle were on the highways "f Mrs. C. T. Jackson entertainedat D. L. Hooks Jones HardwareCanal
Florida October I 1M9 wouldbe
they her home on Bacon Point Tuesday

there illegally.He evening with a party honoring Point Fla. Pahokee Fla.
said that while he was not her son. Payne on his sixteenth ,

definitely committing himself he birthday anniversary. Refreshments -
was seriously considering the- expansion of ice cream cake and coil Richmond Plumbing Co.

of the- present Workmen's I.drinks weie served by the hoste*

Compensation Law to cover time to 10 guests. Belle Glade, Fla.

December 3, 1948 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Three

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{ .-t .That's right! When you mast walk on the highways in rural
.. ._ or suburban areas, always walk on the left side of the road
-lacing traffic.
There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every person *
s 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 ru.
'? daytime fatality there were.4 deaths during the dusk and
-, dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing i'
Mr. Motorist : in the road. '
C -} Never assume you are safe when walking the highways I'

t- MAKE -many times yon are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable j
hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his vie-
:. ..- time increasing.. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hit-and-
A HABIT '' 'rumen cci'dente were recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by

up __. these car cowards.
.:r So remember for your own sake-on highways, walk to I
t the left facing traffic-be alert to danger be alive tomorrow. I}
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Four The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, December 3. 1943

Sudduth StevensMiss r Gene Rushing Is -, giving holidays with Mr. and MM.
J. Frank Colson and son. Jimmy
Bride Of Mr. CrossMiss near Reddick.Mr. .
Martha Ann Sudduth.
daughter of Mr.: and Mrs. Peter and Mrs. H. M. Keith o*
Gene- Stratton ,
Frederick Sudduth of Henderson- Rushing, Denver Colo., were guests of MM.
Tille, N. C.. and Wesley Allen daughter of Mrs. Thadeous Remre Keith's brother, M. D. Geiger and
Stevens Jr.. son of Mr. and Mr*. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leon Hat- Rushing of Statesboro. Gab3: Miss Betty Howes, who has beenin family Thanksgiving. Mrs. Keita
W. A. Stevens. Sr., of Pahokce. ton. Jr. (Nina Ruth Barwick) 0: came the bride of Francis W. the government service in Japan and Mr. Geiger had not seen each-

were married at 5 p. m.. Friday Pahokee announce the birth of a Cross Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. and China for the past two year., other in several years.
Nov. 26 at the First Baptist :.son Joseph L. Hatton. m. at Goo 'has arrived in Pahokee for a visit Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Shaughnessyspent
Francis W. Cross Cr.. at candlelight I'
Church in HendersonvUle, with the Samaritan Hospital, West Palm with her parents Rev. and Mrs. C. Saturday and Sunday in
at Beach. Nov. 27. double ring ceremony held T. Howes.
pastor of the church officiating Tampa with their daughter Jean
the double ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Lynn of Pa- at the Belle Glade First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Carlton and

The bride waa given in marriageby hokee announce the birth of s Church Thanksgiving afternoon children spent the Thanksgiving ne.Mr.. and Mrs. Wesley Wade and

her father. Miss Joan Sampleof daughter Cynthia Jane, at the with Rev. L. F. Vanderwater of- holidays with her parents Mr. and daughter, Ina Faye, spent Thanksgiving -
hon- Everglades Memorial Hospital, Mrs. Johnson in Miami and his.
HendersonvUle was maid of ficiating and Rev. L E. Enlow as- holidays in Pahokee. Ina
of Nov. 26. in Delray Beach. The Carton !-
or. Miss Nancy Stevens, sister sistinsr. Faye and Bergatta are attendingSt.
the bridegroom, and Miss Marjory Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Peacock of I The church was lighted with family is planning- to move the Andrews Pariah School in
Pahokee announce the birth of a last of the month to Fort Lauder-
Major were bridesmaids. Edgar )I white tapers in candelabra on i Charleston S. C. Mr. and Mr
Wilder was Mr. Stevens' best man. son at the Everglades Memorial either side of the altar and candlesin dale where he is being transferredby Wade expect to move to their plan-
Vir- Hospital, Nov. 30. Mr. Peacock is the Gulf Life Insurance Company -
The bride was a student triple holders at the window: tation there in the next few
ginia Intermont College Bristol.Va. a student at Rollins University anda Also on each aide of the altar were months.
.. and attended Converse College backfield star on the Rollirsfootball baskets of pompon chrysanthemums Mrs. S. F. (Dick) Parrish and

Spartanburg. 8. C.. where team. . with a fan-shaped arrange- daughter Sylvia, upon their return
.he majored in speech and dramat- ment of palms and a large basketof from a visit with relatives in Vir- NOTICE

ics.Mr. Joint Meeting For pompons in the background.Miss ginia this week were accompanist Public Notice is hereby given
: Stevens is a graduate of Pa Missionary Unions Jean Martin, soloist, sang home by Mrs. Parrish's sister Mrs.G. that the undersigned intends to
School and is now en- at the who will visit her .
hokee High "I Love Thee" accompanied :M. Williams register with the Clerk of the Cir-
gaged in the vegetable harvestingand < piano by Mrs. S. T. Ingram who Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Rogers and cuit Court of Palm Beach County,
trucking business. Following a The Baptist Missionary ,Unipof also played\ the traditional wedding daughter Beverly, of St. Peters- Florida, pursuant to Section
Point held a
brief wedding trip the couple will Pahokee and Canal marches. burg, are guests this week of his 86509. Florida statutes 1941 the
make their home in the J. C. joint meeting in the Cant Point ,. The bride, given in marriage by brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and fictitious to-wit:
Sowder residence Pahokee. Baptist Church Tuesday night. her bsoth rein-law, Julian H. Lockhart I Mrs J. D. Rogers in Pahokee.Mr. Snyder Chevrolet CompanyUnder

... mission study of World the XeCt."Ugl.t" Wfi.lopre-I| if* {Miami, wore a white and Mrs. Jack Spencer and which I am engaged in
for the Whole ,
dticnsfatln with basque
of tbe Ned KoclHtf. Apa''1 | gown children spent Thanksgiving with business in Pahokee. Florida.
teachers Mrs.
Officers and sented by
sleeves, -
waist long pointed his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
school at the 40 WMU member?
First Baptist Sunday proximately with lace ruffle
yoke Spencer, in Lake City. Pahokee. Fla.
regular monthly meeting in the were present. skirt with train fashioned -
Fellowship Hall Monday night set . and with gored chantilly lace tunic over Allen Segree spent the Thanks- Pub. Dec. 3, 10, 17 24, 1948.

Wednesday, Dec. 22 as the date Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Salvatore, satin. An illusion fingertip vel -
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for the annual Christmas programof Sr., had as a recent guest their was attached to a tiara of chantilly -

entertainment for the childrenof daughter, Mrs. Jack. Paulette, of lace and satin with crown edgedin
the school Tampa. :t;' :':"" orange blossoms. Her only orna- I
Bring us your TIRE TROUBLESTires .
brooch set
ment was an amethyst
seed pearls. a gift from the I
bridegroom. She carried-a bouquetof I are our business, any size, any

lilies of the valley centered with!
yellow orchids. I type to fit your particular need.
Mrs. H. V. Aiken of Sanford. '
matron of honor and cousin of the II

bride wore an aqua taffeta dress! PA1JL'STEId1ATION' II IIII

.. fashioned similar to the bride's and \ !
carried lavender orchids. The flower -
girl. Sandy Sims of West Palm .
Beach. wore a pink taffeta- replica: II
of the bride's gown and had pink
sweetheart roses on either side of
her seed pearl tiara.
oriEa itt -wAie
s .. t_ lose M tal; Af Joe Tom Boynton of Pahokeewas I
Z12 fo Mr. Cross's best man. Clyde
..., Clayton, John S. Harrington and .
Walter Bamford, brother-in-law or
the bride served as ushers.

Following the ceremony a recep- .
tion was held at the Belle Glade
Country Club. In the receiving line

were the bride and the bridegroomand
their mothers the matron o_
honor and Mrs. Walter C. Bam- HOME

ford sister of the bride.- Mrs. Roy
Bair presided at the bride's book. a w. ft. ...... ......r.syo .
0f Serving were Mrs. Roscoe Bra 3- ..... c.""Jt.

goa dock. Mrs. George- Williams Mr f
John T. Pickett and Mrs. G. Law-

ton Sims. Mrs. David Stoddart with 2 C.l'........
soft music through there- -
played wire MM'"
9 fl.fCTaIC.TV ception.
QrER 1REwARl Before leaving on the weddin:;
+ l of trip the bride changed to a dren
r of leaf green with green accessories -

. and gray jacket. carrying the
orchid corsage from her bridal I !

bouquet. The couple will return
this weekend to Belle Glade where
they will make their home.
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NEW X TERL LTAt.IPA8tartling
: evidence is
to the value of aluminum as a
building material was revealed not

..&l long ago when the cap of the
c famed Washington Monument was 1i.M

Il,,1 pAy "l removed so that its lighting ar-
0,1 restors could be- replaced it was
pointed out by Ralph Gerstenzangof -
the ABC Steel Equipment Company
L of Tampa. one of the best .WeIN ,........

rOlll'AYMO known authorities on aluminum in Meter-Miser Mechanism
Hare "fresh"
the country.
ilio When the cap of the monumentwas 5-Year Protection Plan meats vegetables fruits,

(Kt <'\ removed it was found that the ".FingerTouchCounter.- berries. pies and cakes.
inscription on the aluminum tip Balanced Lid
E o'Pm' / was still legible after 64 years of All-Steel all year 'round FrcneDulllxFmisheJ
standing in all kinds of w,'pa the-. your own favorite fou.isEmsThick 1
POLES which cost S76S l ere :More and more aluminum is bein; Cabinet righrinyourhome Have
the war. now cost S1183 ( used for building construction t" ScaledTightInsulation them on hand at all times
Florida because of its light weight'
AlONE strength and weather resistance, Permanent Freezer Shelf and seasons Buy in larger

states! L. A. Coons.! ABC sale save
.adrm tiis increase is tespcnr: ? Safety Temperature Signal cfuantities
Base. rates: L"! awayl mcci !truer:tbapt manager. and save time
The prom1. r.;= Tampa Industry
Eat dse b dssixrs'! cuiecettsur
''i r. ; prctahre. In the manufacture of
; bq we ibzcnraU? b$ P..cec aluminum casement windows fo: Get your FREE copy of "How To Keep It Frozen"BOE'S
,! s feel aJ ad ether creased mss homes and huiMirpsMrs _
nllill PIA!- inn mIll tie average prlhe per Ii3iwatttsrpid . .

'ti_.1 : h 3 esr rtsiitUl s' : c"s'-! ers 1$ J V Thomas and: daughter
tt psrzrJi tp 71 cssparvd: wdi l=SL Nancy I4.. and h.s Yvonne Mathis-Boe
Fraser were" week enl guests of
Vr. and Mrs E. G. Kilpatnck in
Pahokee Belle GladePage


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Woman's Club To Mrs. Homer J. Clause has as a
guest this week Mrs. Dale Burk-
Aid Yule Giving bart of Chicago, IlL

Members of the Pahokee Wom -

T an's Club at a meeting in the clubhouse -
tM1 e C last week voted to assist the Classified Ads
t : in
Salvation Army and local Lions
the distribution of Christmas bask-
J4,4 ; ets to needy families in the p (- FOR SALE: New and used Willys

kee-Canal Point area. Sirs. J. C. Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage in
Shoeppel county welfare officer Belle Glade, Phone 126. Jllcb

for the Glades area, asked members -
> also to assist with the pack- SEPTIC tanks and grease traps
i cleaned and Phone
aging of the food and gifts for the repaired.
-: 3872, Bob Douthit Pahokee. )(lie
Christmas baskets at the ware-

house at Morrison Field. WELL DRILLING: See Bob

The club voted a $25 contribu- Douthit, Pahokee Fla.. Phone
tion to the Community Chest the 3872. July 16cn
fund to be raised through the sale
I of flowers, with Mrs. Sadie Bar- WE COVER FUR>TTURE: Let

wick in charge. On the program us make your slip covers or upholster

Mrs. J. W. Jones of West Palm your furniture, reasonably
Beach gave a demonstration of the priced in leather or Fabric. Raleigh

use of sewing machine attach- Mock, 1214 Belle Glade Road, Pa

ments. hokee. K-Dec. 3.

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ROOM & BOARD day week or
J. D. Harpley. USN, has been
month Mrs. Maude Boatwright
tI transferred from the San Diego: located next to the Pahokee Mett-

I Naval Base to San Francisco. odist Church. St. N-12

Calu., where he expects to sail
I FOR SALE: 1948 New Buick
i soon for several months of duty in
Super-Station Wagon, $2800
!China, according to word receivedby
never been driven, radio and ac-
his parents.Prince
cessories. Phone 502, Belle Glade.

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Enjoying Florida Sunshine At Key West is this group of top Democratic leaders, as they met there last A home and income, general
week with President Harry S. Truman. Seated are Defense Secretary James V. Forrestal the Presidentand merchandise, fish and poultry, Cod
Senator Claude Pepper of Florida. Standing are, left to right, Paul E. Fitzpatrick, Democratic party TheatrePahokee Storage will accomodate several
chairman of New York state; Governor-Elect Fuller Warren; Representative George Smathers of Miami;
thousand of food. 6
C. V. Griffin, citrus grower of Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida; and Leonard Hicks, Chicago hotel owner. pounds living
Pepper and Warren journeyed to Key West to discuss the proolems of the Florida citrus industry and flood Florida rooms connected, located on Bel!'?-
control with the President. Glade-Pahokee highway at Fla.

. East Coast railroad crossing, 109

,the distance to.y. dirt. Carr adds SundayMondayDecember ft. frontage. Just outside of city
Pahokee Blue Devils Win Glades Cup limits of Pahokee. established and
s j ed .the extra point with a place-
going business room for Poultry
I 5-6 house, priced right Some terms,
From Belle Glade's Favored RamsThe the At Blue the start Devils of were the final again period deepin For Sale by Owner, Phone 506

Pahokee. P. O. Box 393 Canal
Ram territory on the 16 following -
huge crowd of Glades foot- a 34 yard drive. From the 1'; "Night Has A Point Fla.
ball fans that jammed the bleacher Rams victors over the Fort Carr passed to Ted Johnson in the FOR SALE: Missionary varieties

seats at Lair Field Thanksgiving Pierce Eagles who tied Vero Beac' end zone and made the extra point Thousand Eyes" strawberry plants, see or call
Eve were brought to their feet with a placement kick. A few minutes John Dragon Phone 3301 or 4051.
for first in the Gulf Stream
in goggle-eyed excitement as they later Tommy Williams poppedthe OcU294tc
saw a vastly under-rated Pahokee Conference, outplayed the Devils cork from the Blue Devil bottle starrilll'Edw.

Blue Devil team come from behind and lived up to predictions as to when he intercepted one of G. Robinson ROOM FOR RENT Extra Lars
to outrush, outpass and completely'' how the game would go, throughthe Carr's passes on his own five-yard: Private Entrance Private Bath

-Trumanie the favored Belle first quarter. A pass by Carr stripe and picked up excellent interference John Lund Virginia with Hot or Cold Shower. Rate is
Glade Golden Rams. 26 to 14. in the first play of the game, was intercepted to race 95 yards down Reasonable. B. T. Vorhees at
the annual Bean Bowl Glades by Kenneth Bass on the the sideline for a touchdown. Williams Bruce, William Phone 2281 or 4942. D17-pJ.

championship: classic. Belle Glade 48. The Rams broughtthe then kicked the last point FOR SALE: Two oil stoves one

The game was a fitting climax ball down to the Pahokee 37 scored in the game. In the final Damarest paint sprayer, two toilet bowls
where Williams kicked out beautifully moments of the Leathers
recovered -
north of Can-
to the football careers of three - ---- -- J. K. Royton, 1 mile
in the coffin corner on th; a Pahokee fumble on the --- D3-2tp.:
great Blue Devil backs Joe Kent Pahokee 5. After being forced backto Pahokee 42 and the Rams brought al Point.

Carr Hueston Connell and Julian the 2. the Blue Devils kickedto the annual classic to a close with a ---- -- .-

Snyder who were playing their their own 43 the Rams in seven barrage of incomplete passes.In
last of football under the blue and plays then drove and passed their a brief ceremony following d

white. Connell and Snyder played way to the Pahokee 4 where Full- the game the Lions' Bin Young
magnificently but Carr was truly back Alvin Leathers pierced center Memorial Cup. held by the Belle

the sparkplug that kept the power- for the touchdown and Williams Glade Golden Rams for the past : Thanksgiving Turkeys !

ful Blue Devil machine, supercharged kicked the extra point.In two years was presented to tb-

now and then by oxygen, the second period the Blue Pahokee Blue Devils who then sped

smoothly firing on all eleven Devils drove from their own 25 to for the showers with their broadly i PHONE 649 TODAY f fI
throughout the grueling contest. the Belle Glade 14 only to lose the smiling coach perched on their

His continuous stabs through th? ball on downs. The Rams moved it shoulders. I ORDER EARLY! '

Ram line, his bullseye passing, his back to their own 26 then kicked Pahokee got nine first downs to :
kicking and running were the sen- to the Pahokee 40 where Carr Belle Glade's seven and netted 135 '
sation of the evening, winning the caught the ball and brought it yards rushing to the visitors 61 FREE-FREE-One Can of Ocean !

admiration of even the most rabid back to the Belle Glade 49. Carr I yards. The Blue Devils passed 13 1 !
Sauce with
Belle Glade supporter. Jackie then passed! to Connell who snatched times had two intercepted an'I Spray Cranberry i

Thomas freshman fullback, let the the ball on the 30 and ran it completed five for 94 yard They Each TurkeyUpthegrove
others carry the ball but made: down to the 5. Carr swept right fumbled twice recovering once and I

some fine assists in his blockingand end for four yards before knifing were penalized 35 yards. The Golden -
tackling. thruogh right tackle from the one-: Rams attempted 12 passes hJ i iJ
The final game also gave the yard line to score. Connell's kic{ one intercepted and completedthree Market
Blue Devil line, which has played was blocked. Soon after the half for 24 yards. They fumble ;

erratic ball through the season, an ended with the Rams leading. 7 to four times, recovering twice and J t

opportunity to redeem Itself in a 6. were set back 45 yards by penal PHONE 649 PAHOKEE. ...\.
blaze of glory. George Sims. Ted After the bands of the two ties.

Johnson. Charles Phillips. Ray- schools completed their entf"rtain-I Nov. 12

mond Caruthers. Donald Danson ment on the field there I CARD OK THANKS
I' _
and 1.H''rot n were playing the'r amazing second half in which the We wish to thank our many u
last game in the forward wall. Golden Rams except for a brilliant
friends and neighbors who were su PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
These boys, ably assisted by Bobby interception and touchdown run by
kind and thoughtful during the
Peacock. Richard Tillis and Junior Williams stopped cold by .
were -
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fast through Duringthe ftr,
Holmes charged so Coach Clyde Alley's men. -L. L. ICnight."t" shall alwaysremember
the Belle Glade line after the first last half the Belle Glade eleven '
the consoling words and I'
quarter that the Ram's ace quart- gained 10 and lost 22 yards for a

erback. Tmmy"illiam was cutshort net total of minus 12 :yards rushing who expressions sent lovely of sympathy.flowers To we those are ; Shrubs and TreesALL

on his fumed end runs an-1 and completed nary a pass ont deeply grateful.Mrs. ,
hurrif'd'O much with his of attempts.
was six I
L. L. Knight and All
passes that few were completrdPahokee's Near the start cf the second half Members of the Family.Mrs. VARIETIES AT RETAIL i!
big center. George Sims, George Sims recovered a Ram : .& . I
be "*"'-recovering Glade 34. In ,
seemed to everyw1" fumble on the Belle
\V. R. Kaufman and cnil t-
Ram fumbles interceptingpasse eight plays the Blue Devils droveto Authorized Sales and Service i
ren were su"str of her parents Mr
!' and tackling,, startled Ran the 5 and CarT passed to Connell -
and Mrs. W W. Cornell, in For*
backs behind the line of scrim- in the end rone. The placement Lauderdale this week. JACOBSEN POWER AND !

mage. attempt was wide. Sims recovered
For the Rams seven' first string another Ram fumble on the Bel> HAND LAWN MOWERS j'
were also playing their last high Glade 36 a little later in the same I

school football game because ofgraduation period. In two plays than I,' the CHILLS S nvm i

next pnnp. They were line Carr carried the ball down to DUE TO .U IAIEHmD666 ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. :
Jerry Cone, an outstanding end the Belle Glade 21 and from ther.
Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons :
and pass receiver Jim LayfieJd passed' a short one over the line to
and Kenneth Bass backs. Billy Jos Snyder who found himself hemmedIn 1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm Beach !I

Leathern Henry Fears Junior on the 13 and UteraKed to Co!.- L. Ir
Walker and Harry Doggett. linf".3- nell ball the of -- r
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even on the straight highway. That's reckless, dangerous i f

driving! Accident records show that about one half of all i I

fatal traffic accidents result from bad driving habits such & !
Mr. Pedestrian .
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WALK SAFELY It's your responsibility to yourself, your family and to. ,

others who share the road to avoid these "Pass-Pockets" '

LIVE where lurk injury-and death. ;+ :

I LONGER Don't let impatient driving tag your conscience with being I

I one of those who.contributed to the maiming or death of the I II
I i hundreds of thousands who will be auto accident victims this I

: year. :

I O You con be a safe driver if you wIlL It's up to you.
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c>age Eight The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday,December 3,1943

Chevrolet PlaceOntmued Canal Point Mission ; ; .

\.,; from page 1 Group Met TuesdayThe
At the time of selling out he had
an outstanding business and Canal Point Women's Missionary -
through efficient planning had a Society met at the church.
modern and well organized deal Tuesday for the study of the mission Announcing A
ership. book" "Light for the whole
In announcing sale of his Pahokee -
Mrs. Ned Kocher reviewed the
business Mr. Christian announced -
that the sale would have book in a very pleasing way. using -
a map to show the position of CHANGE IN OWNERSHIPOF
nothing to do with his Chevrolet
Stations. We
dealership in Clewiston where Hub all Mission were
pleased to have a number of Pa-
Spooner manager and other
hokee women to visit with us.The
personnel will remain on the Job.
week of Prayer Program will be
He did not announce his immediate
continued through the week witha
plans but will in all probability
the church Wednes-
move to Clewiston around the first service .
of the year. ,_ day Evening.A
... party will be held at the
Dr.and Mrs.R.R.Long had ad legion Home Friday night with CHRISTIAN CHEVROLET
dinner guests Thanksgiving day the Ladies Claao of the Missionary
Dr.and Mrs.W..D.Brown of Fort Baptist Church M Hostesses to th:: I
O ;.,.:.:.d ; I Men Bible Class.THANKS.
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Chevrolet I
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To the Many Thousands Of Fine We Extend To One And All

Patrons and Friends A Cordial InvitationTo


In The Glades pay our place of business a visit and get acquainted.

We want to know you and want you to know us.We also

want you to know that as newcomers in your communitywe
Who have had hand throughthe
are going to do everything in our power to warrant

past several years in.... I II your patronage and friendship.Through the years it has

been our privilege and pleasure to render service to

BusinessI I users of Chevrolet products and here in the Lake Regionwe
Making Our
I shall deem it a pleasure to render even a better

service to you and your friends.
i Successful

Through the years we have learned to be proud of Chev-

rolet. In the future v.tevill exert every effort to see that

our shop and sales service measures up to the guaranteeand
We have sold our business to
I 1 1I high esteem which the word signifies.

I Snyder Chevrolet Company and I
Hoping that we as Chevrolet dealer, may be of genuine

I wish them every business success I, service to the area in which we live, we sincerely hope

I ;you'll drop in and allow us to have the privilege of knowing I
i I' possible.RAYMOND. : I

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