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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: August 22, 1947
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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FRIDAY

August 22,1947CIRCULATING PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BV PAUL RARDIN



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Pahokee Schools Donations Continue I Cafes Drug Stores '! Pahokee Rotes Go Working GroupsOn

For Labor Day Event To Lake Worth :Meet

Are Readied For I Donations to cover expensesof Filling Stations i| Nineteen Pahokee Rotarians at- Beam Planning

4th. the All-County Barbecue and Will Remain tended the All-County Rotary Barbecue Details
Opening Sept. I Labor Day celebration in Pahokeeare OpenMonday meeting in Lake \\"orth"ednes
coming in thick and fast. day night at the South Ocean
needed to meet the Club An address
Many more are onvouth
Although teachers in the Paho Sept. 1-.\ Big Day: interesting Many working committees have
cash demand that will be the of th.>
was
necessary high point
kee Schools began their school l'ahokeill entertain thousand been named for the All-County
to all of that The address delivered
cover evening was: -
expenses
term on August 18th.. students -, rf Tple. Thereill lie a Barbecue to be held in Pahokeeon
big day. by the of the Jacksonville -
will not report to school until Sep- barbecue activity on the dike secretary Labor Day. The RDB in West
At night's councrl YMCA. Those attendingwere
I Tuesday city
:
tember 4th. for registration. This near the <-ithall and probably Palm Beach baa done a splendidjob
in Pahokee that President Orin Bacon. Joe
meeting
body :
is a result of the recent a has** hall game on Bacon of spearheading orgamzatio rand
voted $100 in cash toward the day. Kahn. K. J. Carlton. P. P. DeMova
legiSla-1 :
tive action which places all Point at the City Park. Ralph Blank RDB manager
The City of West Palm Beach re- Paul Rardin B. Elliott John D-.-
ers on duty for 10 calender Official in charge of the da>'. has worked tirelessly to aid 'n
voted $250 and the of \ Willis
-
cently City lany. Roy Oandt'grift.'indy
instead of the old nine-month j celebration are asking that all getting the deal set up efficiently
Lake Worth gave $100. Paul Rar- Ed Cushman. Otto R. Bleech.
school year. cafes, drug; .tOI'PO and filling :, The reception and entertainment -
din said he would ask the county Harold Rosenberg. Tom Gartland.
The Pahokee teachers are attending stations stay open on that day committee is headed by Paul
commission for a sizeable sum on R. J. Simon5, Elmer Jones.! Bob
the pre-school conference: j in order that all \isitors may be i iac Rardin as chairman with T. ( .
Monday of next week at the regular Bacon, E L. Pope. Abe Dobrow-
"ill'h.
this week in West Palm Beach andwill board meeting. and B. A. BelcherRodeo .
return to Pahokee on Wednesday J hundreds: of folks here uho don't the committee are a bunch of fellows -
- ----
cf next week for local faculty ]- ; eat harbeeue-they will hate to who actually know how to

meetings and classroom pre: Street Program In find an open cafe or drug; store. Is One ThingThat'll get things done. They are: A. Canto.
paration. There till Ise many here \\hn Harold] RosenWrg. Frark
Principal D. D. Caudill states till need gaw>Iin<> anti xericefrom Rozelle. Pahokee. Dick Lel'ils.
that the faculty for the school i is ,Pahokee Goes OnThe a filling/ station-so. it Mill Cost Cash Harold! Rabin W. P. Risk And Dr.
nearly completed and that the be necessary that all filling: stations \\'. J. Buck all of Belle Glade.
school will open with all positions I remain open.Pahokee's I Luke Fraser of Pahokee. StetM
filled. The number of teacher replacements City of Pahokee street department - | The Elk Roolo scheduled in Pa Sproul of West Palm Reach James
in the school is the under the direction of I hokee for Aug 30, and Sept 1. Mitchell! of Lake Worth Lamar
greatest in recent years and it has I Councilman Don Hillier is makinp'ogl'ess ; Mayor I will be the only part of entertainment John'On."t''t Palm Beach. K J.

been difficult to fill many of the I in a street program in that will cost the visitors Krazel. Rivena Beach, Kenneth

positions due to the acute housing Pahokee. Several streets have boon Makes A Statement I any cash. Elks officials pointedout Jacob,n, Pelray Beach and Hewitt
shortage in Pahokee. repaired oiled and slagged aril Ii that the rodeo was scheduled Upthegroxe. We. Palm
Students are not required to be more are on the schedule. i several: weeks before the AllCountv Beach.

in the county two weeks before th! Latest street to be rebuilt is "Through the thoughtfulness a"a'' Barbecue celebration was Traffic will handled by the Pahokf -

opening of school. A change in th; the one running from the bank cooperation of Ite't: .any municipalities ought of, \\herdor. it'i1 be |,lice department the' sheriff's
school law requires a child to be corner to the school house. Mar- necessary to make the regular department and the Florida
fire years and nine months old ncr vin Cowart street superintendent, in Palm Beach county the j I charge for the rodeo. All other I Highway Patrol. Police Chief
before September 1st. to be eligible and his crew of men were busy on City of Pahokee has become th; j entertainment will be free uf Altman Morgan and Sheriff John
to enroll in the first grad*. this one Wednesday. Shouldersare center of an all-county celebration I I Ion charge to the visitors. Elks officials Kirk will work with Highway Pa-
Written proof of the birth date of being graded and widened. The Labor Day Sept. 1," said T. C. I are anxious that this parti- trolman Bill Kaufman and other
surface will be cold patched Richardson mayor of Pahokee i'11 cular of be spread because -
the child entering the first grade present piece news patrol officials in taking care of
is required.The and spots on the shoulders will a statement issued on Wednesday they don't want anyone to the parking and traffic.
registration schedule bus be oiled and slagged. This is one I of this week. "The countywide :J think that the rodeo} i is to be free The barbecue {'ommittun.ip r

schedule and cafeteria opening: of the highly important street in celebration bid fair to become an and then find a charge when they the direction of f ..Williams and
date will be announced next week. Pahokte since it leads from the annual affair in the county and. I! attend. Cricket Cross are in high gea''
All buildings have been made heart of town to the school hous next year, we here in Pahok will : _e_ and promise to have everything
ready for the beginning of class - do everything in our power to' under control when the big daarnxes /

work by thorough cleaning varnishing I Bill Jeffries Is make the gathering" a success Kraemer Folks Aid They have made arran .'-
painting, and the Installation wherever it is held. mrnts for 6.000 founds of U>n.-.
shades in all I In further comment on the celebration beef and hundreds of pound
of new window In Repairing Road j baby
room. Two new school busses South Bay's Mayor I the mayor said"We: want of pork and nKs A rt'fnJeratt'.fmt'at
will be put into operation this i I the visitors to"come and feel) frc truck will stand bv the ba'-

year. j' to enjoy our hospitality. We are There nothing a city or county hectic pit providing proper r '-
Ralph II. Ore. has been appointed William M Jeffries is :Mayor of ,I planning;: a bg: day of free food orfic inl likes any better than a fngeration for the meats.
to the position of science : South Bay: He was appointed bv ar..l free entertainment and want whol.l lot of cooperation from the On the entertainment list will **.
teacher and assistant coach. Thi* ''unanimous vote of the council la-t folks from all over the (county ) taxpaxer That is exactly what !'found the following A hillbillyhan.1 .
will give Pahokee a staff of three ''Thursday night attar Ed Bailor visit our .utv. They will receiva ('ountC"ommlOSIOnf'r Paul Hard nitiesved I to furnish music during th'
coaches for the first time, vita who had served since DE'"emllt'r. royal '....Iroir.e." on Krienn Island last lunch hour and also for the MUM"
Coach Clyde Alley and assistant 1916 tendered his resignation.Mr. In regard to cleaning up an J v. ek and thf'f'k before and the dance, a quarter horse race, outboard -
coach X. L. Garrison rounding out Jeffries served as mayor of shining up a little before the influx x\.-..k t.-fore that. motor races on lake Okr--
the trio. With the increased coaching South Bay from December 1942 of visitors! the: mayor had The island road was a mes! It {'hchf'f'th the dike a!*' a parkmjplac.
staff plans are being mad to until December 1946. During Mr this i<, say to the ctizenry} of Pa- has been a mess ever since th.'j j, .".
field a junior high svhool team in Jeffries administration I great r.okee"Let's clean up and brighten Lake has hr('n held] at nearly 1 7 ,i State officials have t-en invited
all major sports this year In addition stru.ts; were made and it is up a little before the thousand feet. It will remain a mess It." lone and members of the state legislature 1
to the filling in of the football thought that under his direction in of folks! from the roat and other as the Lake is- held! at that level will tit' in attendanceAttorney State
field with 40O loads of muck the future South Bay will contm-io cities: visit us It i." the hope of P.-it. there are hunch of farmerson Phil O'Cunr.ell. th. '

followed bv gradmgRnlf sOtMin to grow He i* manager of the I your (':!y offir.a that our impre- the Island and they hat<) J:' t j genial Irishman frnm West Palm
new lights for the field have arrived South Florida Conservancy. District ; si.'r. on tie thousands of visitors fit. So. they volunteered u!"eif j Boarh. will be the master of rer.moni .-
andi\ be installed beforethe in Belle Glade and has .1 : 'A ill be a E" ...) one" them equipment alnc with count: I -! Former C'ongreBwna'iMark

opening of the sea>n. New reputation of being one of th' I ------ tr':. k.I to fill up some" of HIP !eem- Wtlcox will deliver the pun

steel bleachers seating 1000+ people hardest working men in the Lak Mr. & Mrs. Williams rcxb.Mtomles! hole rpal address "f the Uy
have been purchased and will he Okooei'nhoe Region I C<-op-rating in the work w.-r', : All visiting dignitaries will ''''
TE'adfor the oponer : :Member <>f the South flay tourcil Make Nice Pass Haul J."r.z tn. Mr Apev! and Jack I given promir..n* seats on a |,14'

A major aim of the ..rhool' thn who nud' the vhoioe after Mr W.lson! Thesemen furnished f..rm to t..- arranged .s a .pa!.
sear is to equip the bind with newt Butler r*"' n..1! are: S J Fi!'!h.". !' :San: \\J.t: !!> V WfrIf 'r'.. k!'. .iraghne. bulldozer tract.- ;, erV stand
'niforms :Many of the presentiT.forms presidon' M J !Hard\ Carroll I -:. i :- Pi1K-.- i-.l *:= AI'i .' ar.1 I grader and a sand pit Tipcn I - -.- --
: have been in u-1 sine- Warren.YN..-al W ilk' r .'n.l Frar:( i vr it Htik f Pt-.k. .' t" k i intv" under RardIn's drpctnnf : : Servint
the hand xxa. reorganized in 19 li\ W:li"Rent- :, ':tle 1 f.r.rf i "-.pl" f'k.... 'irnshed;! true ks t.> .1.! the haulsr.g Start ;
Fifteen hundred dollars was rooixed -- ----.-- ago ir.d x:+.:...1{ nis.r".> 1.1 All together the whop, lot n.' Food At !11! ::{() A.1.; 1.

M- the bind fund this spring Control Man j j'V:-.ter rard.':-: Whileip thr' them working coopr tv'l-] *,ix.' .
from the Cl'nmmmtht..-t. As they derided to trytheir lurk R* the road in fair shape and! \\ .Hn': ,' ( O- laps pr. .- Pi1""ir: kier .
.! In Pahokee Today catonal 3'tnf'! 'n.1 they at !east mmi"-.. : .. .. a -
!'.'('n as the additional money no1 tre: p p any mire rain ran p.r.- .
,>d is rai r\I. the uniform wIn P j heir lurk was go,-i They \. ff.t !.r ard -ut hi!".' h .a' 11 : .... P'. .r:,: -
-ffervd R W S.p: :.. -.I'-'ra\.-. .* the picure5! to nrnt its that k.i 1 ,f ..ro"I1"r. I nlmr.rHi ;ar. 1 hnr..1r..I' ' f gi' ..
The principal's office at ti<' rent c. rf-. ', *!:>... r XV.t Pal< iBeaoh. I In a **:ort period r-f :3% mini its t"at keep t'p;. Irp"5'r" .4 "t ;. tea w.i;' V. th..re al >ng. v.
-'howl is now ('Ipt.'nith the school ..* ::11 Nit tkv cty hall :r Mr and Mr W:I.Ir.11: !' hauled :, -nv'st: Corr.r:.JI\'n P-ArrJ." 'W3 : the hoIIrhoo( 'if". pii kit!,. ( ltt? p ncrle :
..*cr'tarv. Mr: Izetta KauVz on Pahokec Fr.div fr.'m 1O 't1] 12 'n I 121 ba..t.f::' Mick >*!Lc#. Tfc* wraT- : :-i n h." pra.*' '. '' p''' way f..' !ltaTh..- ',mrr.l :!!"- .
dutv All inquiries! cor.cemirzofcool the morning and from 1 til 3 In est ,--, t:ppei tt.- sea'es! to three f..IlY'KI itrhf.! :n t b.l!lp r.-paMr 're l f'f'f.'dtYI' to mak. r. '
Mr w--l h.e the on- I hot At fcarb*< ue ..' u ..
mht'! made there or bvrhor.irg : the aJterr.txm Semple pouri.!" largest read a .
; : 3>01Mr answer all questions for tenant' which' d S:3; pounds Mr and 1!*+. .. a few month age
-- 1 ar.d landlords .r regard to rent In- \Tlarrs: : "",n't exactly amateurTrrion and Mr R J SctrryJer sal pound of meat bad t,.* -
and Mrs W :M P .R.\O returned j -ceases. tt1I.'t(] and rn- T.-'r :t :1nH' to ('\.JtW1tt1n? the KIf.. Bobby returned tls* fi rtItf awav berau* the a TtEsta.blished > I
home S.itunlav from a visit cl-.:rt rrr w.Il be given all fa- !inY trbo 5tp by the ...* the!: week fr'wr a tarn \\-kll. vaiae HOT This we+n't .: P.
with "!At1\'f'I in Fm-pham ail' !Mmat: in regard to operation err T",:: s c.ff: :!'* and take a !.ei* io1l spent !it PennsVtvana. ;yew h'g.. Labor day It",..

(';....',!\\ otto r :\13 I -f .v..- rUc-[ "* Mr ?*:T\ **..J !L' . .. r .. a .-f .-e ..:;: '-3 ;' .. . ,,- '' Y -,; r- '" face



Two The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday. August __, 1947


i I'i MKd e:wing ac'on:pantd by'hti : :'!r. and Mrs: I. J. Frasure. Jr., J
THE EVERGLADES NEWS
I n-in-law and daugnter. M*. : ar>d daughter MxTa Ruth accompanied -
Iar.i I Mr. A. J. Xychyk of Fo't by their guest. Miss, Marg-e 1
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
I Myt'rs. is; spending a week in ?.Ietcalf. of Tampa and by \lra.
Established 1024 Pu'jlUheJ: Every Friday ', II 0-.i:,'sville! with nor :son and Roy K.i'ttz.: WeTisitors: m11-
Subscription: Price $_.00() Year Advance auchter-m-laxv.! Mr. and Mrs- ami Tuesday.:

The Eveiglades News Is Entered at t-Po.t-Oflce:: Mr..l: Mi>. J. H. Usher of Pa- Marvin l'nwin. I Fred Postell. who recently:-
: Mrs. Ernest Lindrose. Jr.. who oenxent a major operation ;tIary' S'.
. .
::<:'k aun; ; tw: ) 't" If a sonHHIV
In Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter J".. Jr' at tar Eey'gh..k. has. been recuperating from a :\ > Hospital In't' t Pa" :i

:.:;. ...n.i.! .: H.. xt,..-,,' .! A'h; la..rwrae. : ]. '_ r ,._'t'r"\thn> at the home of Beach i is convalescing the home
Paul Hardin Owner Editor. Publisher --: -. her sister-in-laxv.. Earl Swain! i i of his brother-in-law. J. T. Char.o\

I .:'. M iani. i;; expected to be able torn din! Pahokee.

Press: Shows Its FreedomSo 1 >* hone thi xxeek.Patx I I Mr and :\Ir'l.1.. C. Carter ar*

newspaper editorial policies are controlled by iuhertisdsV Jensen is' expected hone I vacationing at Delray Beach until
; tm.xeekend after a two weeks I the first of September.'

Last week the Pittsburgh Press printed! a letter from x-iMt with her uncle and aunt. M-. I Principal and Mrs. D. D. Caud.ll

disgruntled: advertiser which said : "Your editorial and Mrs. H. D. Clark in \\'..lvt.'rly.F1a. ard son. Joe Syd. are guests of ui3

ing real estate interests in connection with the attack-I Mr. and Mrs. J.m1".0'>] j i parents in West Palm Beach this
Rev. C. T. Howes is one of titt.rhers -? week while he is attending a :series
control act was so unfair and unwarranted that we vi-itfd Mr ana Mrs. Barton Ha: -
I of countywide teachers conferences -
Youth
at the Methodist
continuing advertising in your paper until such time that ir in Lake Worth Sunday. : there.

we are convinced that ou" problems will receive fair and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar'irt>tt and Assembly Southern College bt'ingcondud'd in Lakeland th at;* Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Lampi

proper con iheratioll" son. Lee i-f Tallahassee are visiting xx-eek. TheRe\". Hoxxe was accompanied and children have returned from i
the critics the and 1 the editor brother-in-law and
According publisher her siste-, to Lakeland by Frank Ro- summer vacation spt.'ntith his
should have quaked with fear apologized] to the advertiserand Mr. and Mrs. G. \\'. Byrd. Sr., in zelle. Jr., who is attending the parents in Eagle River Mich. En-

made up editorially for the affront. But instead here's Pahokee this week. I assembly. route home they vL
what Editor E. T. Leech printed following the letter: Mr. and Mr.- Frank Colson and i Kenneth Mclntosh. son of Mr. Lampi's brother-in-law and sister.

"This paper sells; advertising at what we consider a fair son. Jimmy left Wednesday for and Mrs. Harry :\McIntosh. plansto Mr. and Mrs. Lorimer Stansell .:1

rate based upon circulation and the ability to produce business West Palm Beach, where Mr. Col- enroll in Florida Military Academy Palm Harbor: also her parent":

returns. It does not sell its editorial policy however; son was scheduled to undergo a I in St. Petersburg at the start Mr. and Mrs. C. Williamson! in

and in more than 16 years as editor of the Press such a letter tonsilectomy there on Thursday ot I of the fall term. Tampa.
this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dany Dick Parrish spent the weekend
as the above has been almost without precedent.
"Any advertiser is privileged to withdruv his businessat Mrs. J.' W. cruthird and daughter and son are moving' to Delray at Pompano Beach and was accompanied -
Myra Lee. accompanied by :Mr. Beach whc.'rt.Ir.. Dany will be associated home by Mrs. Parrish an !
any time and for any reason he sees fit. This letter however ,
and Mrs. C. C. Cruthird and son with his father-in-laxv, R. daughter Sylvia who were theguests
implies that Mr. Schmidt will restore his business only
: of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Maxwell -
John Bennett, spent the weekend : P. Todd. in the growing of vegetables :
when he is assured to future editorial policies. If that is
as in Gainesville visiting her daugter. -- i there. there the past" xx-oek.
the condition, it will never be restored. :Miss Jean Cruthird. who is a :Mr. and :Mrs.: H'nryIoran: have Mrs. Alma Farrow is visiting:
"Lest there he any misunderstanding either by him or student nurse at the Alachua moved from Pahokee to Delray Mrs. \\'. H. Vann in Hendersonvillf. -

any Press reader I have ordered that no future advertisement ; County Hospital. ( Beach where they will make their N. C. this xx-eek..

be accepted from this firm without my personal ap- Sgt. and Mrs. Grady Hester and home. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Sellers harp

pro'-al--so that it can be made clear beyond doubt that its sons have returned to Boca Raton Mrs. Pearl Handler and i >n. as a house guest their niece Mrs.

acceptance) does not involve any commitment 01 hoi>e that after a visit here with Mr. anJ Frank. have returned from a visit Bill McCockle of Ashford. Ala.

it will influence Press editorial policy:' Mrs. C. B. Starling.Mr. with her sister. Mrs. Phil Baldin -. Mr. and Mrs. Swindle and son

That's telling 'em :Editor & Publisher. and Mrs. L. :\Mulhs had as Fitzgerald. Ga. They were accompanied have returned to their home in
guests the past wt o'kIrs.. Roy home by her niece. Miss Gainesville after a visit ht'reith
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I II Byrd and daughter. Margaret, oc Lois Marie Baldy. who is visitingfeere. her shtt'rs.Ir J. \\'. Cruthird
Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKinstry.. !I Mr. and \lrJ. Herman Kautz and Miami. : and Mrs. Lewis Friend and brota-

Jr., and children are expected to j M>n. Ronnie accompanied by Mr.i i iI Mr. and :\ln Leonard Dobro-v Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grimes and. er. W. \\'. Smith, and families.

I arrive home this weekend after i I Price Burdeshaw and son. Wayne. I II have returned from Miami where daughter. Rebecca accompaniedby I I I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips and
spending the summer in Salisbury, are spending a week with relatives I 1, xx-oek's
I I he attended a motion picture distributors Mrs. Grimes mother Mrs. C. children are spending vacation -
Md. I I in Birmingham and Dothan Ala. !i convention. A. Shix-e. have returned from a at Lake Placid.

vacation of several weeks spent
Mr. and :\Irs.1.. Collins and
with relatives in Oklahoma and
.. children have mox-etl from \Vau-
Not /just a new model . North Carolina.Mr. chula to make their home in Piboke -
and Mrs. Maurice Fletcher -
> where ho is manager of Collins
and son; of Clowiston visited h:'
COMPLETELY NEW DESIGN
furniture store.
parents Dr and Mrs. R. P. Fletcher -l

in Pahokee this xxeek.ilr I Mr. and Mrs. O. I.. Flynn havens

and Mrs. Earl Meredith and | a guest this week his" mother.

son. Earl Douglas:; have returned Mrs. A. D. St. John of Lakeland.Mr .
from a vacation of several weeks j S.t John will also visit Mrs.

spent in Colorado. 'L r Minnie I... Hughes:; while here
Albert Herron has gone to Fort I
Lauderdale to work for Darr'il ("har| 's :MrQuaig. Jr., Hf "est

Smith American Oil Company distributor Palm Beach i!' the guest here .->f
his pau'nts.tr.. and Mrs C. F.
for that area. I
McQauig, while' convalescing from
Rexand Mrs. C. A. Moberg! and
: injuries received in a recent
children leave Sunday for Miami
where Rex- :\Ioht"ri11: conduct a motorcycle(' accident.

two weeks revival at the Sylx-anU I. .------
I Heights Baptist Church. Dr. E. \T
Pope-Marshall:
NEW: Advance Dt.'slltnEV cab Reid of Lantana will fill the pulpitat
that "breathes"NEW L'nivveld, the First Baptist; Church during -I
of MLSS Colleen Dil
ThO''dding
their absence j
all-steel construction\\ dur- !
able, fully adjustable seats NEW Dr and Mrs. W. O. Stricklandand I Marshall, daughter of Mrs. J.

22% greater visibility-NEW Fleil- their daughter Mrs. Paul Rar- i! H. Marshall of Pahokee, and Ro.rPopt'o

Mounted cab-NEW stronger dm returned to the Strickland i I son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Pratt
Only I AdvanceDesignChevrolet frames NEW increased load space home in Glenn ille. Ga., this week i I Pope of Canal Point will be an

\ In panels and pkk.ups-SEW efficient after spending a vacation in Hen- I j I event at the Pahokee First Bap-

trucks offer all these loading in stake and high deroonville. N C. i tist Church at high noon. Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs.V.. A .Humphries j Aug. 31. following the morning
I
sealIns have returned to their home in Pa service.
N hokee after spending the past five Miss Marshall!" has chosen her

to mention! months in Baker. Florida where cousin. Miss Sara Le Atwood of

v Mr. Humphries was engaged in the Miami as maid of honor. Monroe

Come in and see . livestock busine.-s. Pope will be his brother's best man

Andy Culberson returned to The Rev. C .A. Moberg will offi-

Mountain City. Tenn. Sunday after cate at the double ring ceremony.

"'.. pending a week with his family. Nuptial mUtic111 be furnished by
THE CAB THATBREATHES" The newMOtrSTED rLEXIDRIVER'S COMPARTMENT IS Bettye Culberson is! expected to I Mrs. Moberg and daughter Mis
CAB i it wider with more leg rfm- MobergISRACII .
Peggy
weeks'visit
fre.h air is ,Jrjw cushioned on rub- the seats are fully! adjustable, arrive Friday from a three
is from the outside ti, fur agiinst road bigger and more comfortable. with relatives in Madison .. '
-heated in coM shocks, torsion! Wider deeper ttlNUSIIIMD and Plant City, and Winter Haven.Miss PARTY
...atht'r-anJ u*>l and vibration' 4 \\1'IMtWS. mcreax r visibility by Margaret Anderson who ihas I

air fenced out' Z.:'" Rear COf'nf'f'oindoo\:;, permitting been attending; Scarrett ctt-I Members of the Intermediateboys

even greater risibility.ai.iiisbe here in Nashville. Tenn. Ls expected I
as 'pll'>nil equipment Sunday school class enjoyed
.VI" :nee . to arrive this weekend to spend i
Lake
at extra > Ht'"tnin with her Mr j
a vacation parents
( Worth Ca."no Monday afternoo.ii
I'd.-uy" ;1cw. and Mrs H. J Anderson in P.1j j .
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L. and | tlronf'r their teacher. Jack Spenrer. a -
+, !gives IN :.KI \MILOUl > FKIULS art hokeeHorier. :;' siVted by Donald Padgett Th-
S"'CIp'I.\, .., :;n1\1 t. \ Frr !'ur*>, who is employed grip attended a double-heaji "
V .../ tire; high ruk U.dis have sre.tter 't. ads ,' as electrician on a cargo ship. re- between West Palm B--arh and
MORI iFFIi'ltVr IOV1>>IN(;' J-t.1 ys f..r a longer .trr'I'I t irnt..l to his boat at Jark >nvillo |' Tampa at Wright Field in ti.evening '

after a 10-day visit with his pa -- i
hon. '
ho.for"
..ttrr : q : : , i returning
lth.n'I I ents.' Mr and Mrs I J FraviSr s-. Those attending were Lois (' "-
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frtt"-.nr hieting and tmnLttinf i)ittm optiorwl at extra toil. and other relatives in Pah- hr.!', Bobby Mackey. Dale Maxwe ..
I II.m..us
1"- Jackie Thoma. Charles Maraha'i.
H 11 I rarlos Van ZormeveH. who has .
HozII'
nt": I P..on.r.'or "
IIOMIN H\POII . ..- his f.tbf'r.1111:1.01.
artr.lrird i4iAtin Ilohbv S l .roder and Elrr.er B F:
RlR:\ is Vir i ZT.r.fveld.. in the growing (Of' ,
CHEVROLETTRUCKS ).n!
for laid and the r vI'hevrolet's .
.,..rases her for the past I1"
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,irr w>r.i! s :ut <-. ..: embark for hs home 'n: "' \fillt-rii: *.I'I'I.t.H
these The lllPKUIIi' IKli.Kit :
x'-i with the Cab
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BKki n,.k.:..'.., !< -.j' : ? .i'. '
Vard \tu. J FI Barnes of A .prgh.'tr tP1Kr Was erij.v \
Lass : 1\ 1.1.1.1 that "Breathes"
: ..0'r' !h were guests of Mr at t1-e t.'revs of Mr and Mrs B .

i Mr H L. JaucJor. over th'KC'd ->ir.T'h Saturday evening:

':tI. ;;: rel l..irat.:..r ..! ilr IJosvrortria <
fIIHISTIAN (HEYItOLKTT M- H J Andersons and houa." : brt'Cav anr.Yf'nary Ita a. ....

..... 11:1 r.v: I.tr i ofte.t Palm \ M..' .;;. B/jTji'.rth of V.-<

I>:a. : are r"' rn..J from a brief 1"4.::. B-.... .. IA.L' 4r. .t..,f. A'I
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Speed the nation's mama to get there quicker, or beat the
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_f One out of three accidents are caused by unsafe speeding. .
: ;!:- Auto traffic accident fatalities are increasing at an alarming -

rate. In Florida 561 people were killed in the first ten;;
months of 1946. This is an increase of 22% over a like period'
Mr. Pedestrian- in 1945. In that year there were 641 fatalities of which 195, Lii
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L ,WALK SAFELY It's high time for every person who sits behind a wheel to
take this matter personally. There are definite speed limits


LIVE in Florida based on traffic and population conditions. These
p ,7t i LONGER laws are made to be obeyed and will be enforced by our

(!II i : State and local Police Forces.
-, ) Florida is out to reduce death and maiming from automobile

{ \./ I accidents. Your part is to cooperate by driving within

I I D't.C l safe speed limits at all times.--..And.-- remember- pjedestrians IIIJ
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Four The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida
Friday August J2.: 1911


Homecoming Plans .: Teachers Hear Many and election of the county bani.' Former Resident!

RECENT Made By :M. E. Church Pre-School Talks consolidation of School Districts. Dies
t'-a_'!i.er qualification and ceitu- In Baker, Fla.
I
OPERATIONS Plans f"r celebra- <",lo!:,'no scholarships professional
a :Homecoming During the fust days of the

--.- tim at the Pa:.t..kl'1 Fir-t" Metho- I Prt .Sch'l.)1 PImnir.g'Cnference leave exceptional children and Worci wa-s received here Saturday -
J Palm Beach .1::mInr colleges.The of the death of Mrs. Mildro I
By Paul Hardin dst Church were announced bj- C'Jur.ttt'3l''rs: have
{ I I' heard the new school program faculty study groups from tidwell.: formerly of Pahokee.
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-------- ---- each school
I sup-per I discussed and explained, have met met together for the the home of her daughter. Mrs.
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I i fir tie Tuesday afternoon. Each
M"nday. Sept 1--Libor; Day i h. ] as faculty groups for study andnave Perry Jetters. in Baker. Fla..
last week. The date: for the hom"-I group was asked to consider queations on
icheduUto! be one of the b.ggestdays : : begun work on problems an ipolicies July 23. Mrs. Tidwell
coming was ;set for Oct. 12. Rev. I concerr.ms countywide in an effort to work out a was a poi
L-ike Okeechobee Regio
in Joe A. Tolle of Bradenton. former uniform: county-wide policy concerning i r.et-r resident" of Pahokee, moving;
procedures !
history. Pahokee is to be the I
pastor of the church, will be invited I The these subject Thes? :turn heie in 1P41. She
host rity on that day to a gather- conference opened with the I is surive.l 1
to be guest speaker at the group meetings were continued by two other !
ing from all sections of Palm principals and Dr. John I. Leonard I daughters Mrs. L'-
:
i.-.orninz service and Dr. H. F. .
:: Wednesday.The: It'ne"eb"tt'r.
Beach Let's our j meeting in a planning>s-;- I Jacksonville ani
county. put on ..
Toile of Tanpa. guest speaker at I I Mrs. Dorothy
best and show the sion Monday morning. The first McGaughey. Canada;
very visitors manners time. Will the eveningenice.. A big homecoming j general session wa teldIonda\" 'j Senior;:: Youth Fellowsship >.' t'i.. *(>!!!". Douglas Tidwell. Jacksonville -
a royal
you dinner will be served on the Pahokee l Flr Methodst and Winifred '.
Tidwell.
do ? i afternoon in the Palm Beach High I j I.
your part __ I i the church lawn at noon and a'l i School auditorium. At that tim | Church entertained at a covered- '! S. Army: and even randchildrt."n.She .
former pastors and former member1 dish: upper party on the church also had
Han noticed the road I Dr. Leonard outlined the purpos J another song Jack
you throughout the State will be lawn Thursday evening of this Tidwell. wh killed
shoulders' on Barfield highway I lof the conference and the procedj j i iI' owas during the
invited to attend.Dr. week. Young people of other war in the battle of Iw.
McClure Road and the State Market i vre.in relation to policy planning.total Jtma.
W. H. Lair who presided in I churches inthE community weirs All of the children
Cut-Off? If you haven't take a I' and individual faculty planning were formerly
look. mowed andthe I the absence of O. McClure. Appointed and other phases of the work invited guests. residents of Pahokee
They are neatly : J. V. Thomas chairman.L. 'I ;
mowing machine i I to be done. Brief addresses on the
nf'county J. Fraser. R. B. Simonson and
j hv
is doing a splendid job. Naturally I new school program were given
Melvin committee
Spooner on a 1 .
I'd t be if said the :enatir John R. Beacham.Vest
happy you regular i i
make for neededrepairs
mowing of the shoulders has to arrangements Palm Beach: and State Rep Rti<- X W ACC UVUt. VUVZ.O
and redecoration of th ? and
sell Morrow. Lake Worth
made the roads attractive | :
county more
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church and school
building Sunday 1 1I
I B. Elliott. Pahokee
and safer to drive: on.
addition. The group voted: to makefinal I '
The mowing machine is another Tuesday morning Dr. Leonardh WALL TILE.youtoo.
r- payment on the new !
1 explained sections of the new .
of that I have
piece equipment secured -
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pipe i.rs-an as soon as the instrument !
for this commissioner's dis- school law including membership i
I, is given a final inspection: by 1
trict. i iMrs. I I
the manufacturerr. -- --
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Elsie Collins and son. L.J. i supper was served in the social hill J Classified Ads
Mandel Collins have returned to with Mrs. L. \\'. Armstrong...

Lyons. Ga., after a 10-day visit C. C. Cruthird and :'o'Irs.1.' D.

with her brother-in-law and sister I' Ammons acting as hostev. 'I j I SEPTIC tanks and grease traps tIl
Mr. and Mrs. B. \\'. Wood in Pa- --.- '! cleaned and rt>pairt>d.Phone j I

hok"e. En route home they vlsiteJ David Bass of California was th*, 3372. Bob Douthit, Pahokee. M17c j _; r I

Mrs. Collins nephew and niec!. guest of hb grandmother. Mrs< 1-. --
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Baker in Bertha L. Starling in Pahokee the 1I FOR SALE: Setiy'illys Jeep.
Gainesville! over the weekend. past week. I Walter Ashley Garage in Belle
i Glade, Phone 126. Jllch
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II ron KENT: South I.. Section u.1 flfl19c

I 234; acres t I. at Sand Cut. Phone j

LOOK AT THIS ;4'4. __ ______ JlltfjFOK : n

j S26foot Cns-Craft: ALJL

!I Cruiser IP 10 model fully equipped j

first class condition. sleeps 'i :

REPORT CARD. f.)
. j I.Supply Co.. Canal Point Fla.. .>r II |

Pahokee Phone 531. J2?:: % ,.
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it holds a lot of promise for YOU I rem KK.NT: OK SXI.E: South half .

of 10-43-37 About 11:: miles east '

Read the report of telephone accomplishmentsso | of Belle Glade-Pahokee Road ?'.t can Convert t / sago
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Runyan. This land is thoroughly!
far this year. It's one for the record! You will I I
ditched is in the east shore drain-

see telephone folks are really going places- I age district and lays adjacent: to gain- KITCHEN ; ; )\

putting in new telephones throughout the Southat I[ the main drainage canal. Will rert

all or part at $15.00 per acre vr and "BATH into
the rate of four every working minuteadding sell at a reasonable price. Also

long distance circuits equaling 14 times the section 1 in the same townshipand ;

distance across the U.S.A.-installing local serv- drainage district, which has stunning delight J. .:, .

ice wire measuring 29 times around the world. recently been cleared at $10.00 per t ,
acre. These two parcels are surrounded at little /
This shows the outlay
report progress that is being by: sugar, cane and vegetable -

made to speed up. expand and improve telephone farming. Owner. A. N. Ket.- w

service-in spite of shortages and other handi- redv. Geneseo. New York or your t
broker. St. A .fNTEI I ALTICO TILE comes in beauth ,'.
It holds
lot of I
caps. a promise for more and better

telephone service for you and your community. I \\'.\ ): Lang term mortgage gleaming 414"x4y.j"separate squares ALTICO

loans. ten to twenty years orwell that can be applied by even a bright

SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY irn.i. located also business farm or property.cattle ranch C. A. child. No special wall construction is TILES
.mcoiroimo
Bailey. Phone 70. Belle Glade. S;:: knWANTED
required. Can be applied to present 4't4'.x4-
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: Experienced secretarv- walls if painted or shellacked.Each

stenographer. good salary,
I steady work. Okeelanta Growers ALTICO TILE colors: and combinations :

and Processors Cooperative, six are varied. There are many shades KL'54e
pRtR
.t-9 I miles south of South Bay. It" I and there are bases corners, borders 14-

r'ow FOR SALE: One jersey milk and "
55OG strips to give your own schemes -
\ cow for sale $110. See Joe Hat-

9. ton. Bacom Point Road. Paho-e. ample play. .


9 30 ..O _u_ __ _ ___ __ ItchFOK _
S\LE: 3-4 ton Pick-up arm
ot'e.,. \ type Dodge, excellent condition I 90Ib. 45lb.StateSurfaced .
1.313; I
e\e2' 1 le=s than 15.O<<) > mile $200 cash ,
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... Z . \ .et1n . I t'fmar:(" balance. Phone 2301. SmoothSurfaceROOFING

o\\e6 see . O.\ I Pahokee. 1 ten :

,\ .,. ofaaea\.oc.o . . t'c.e . 3b.5 "OK KENT: 2-Apartments; Party! I ROOFING FELT

tle Q\o\O . of''' furnished! $3;) OO each. Lights A-
.
14\e <;} . ,,,\" \\''&' rater furnished No children. Call
\.ot' iJ\ '''' .-""I. 50
0'o"C:' I lip ]
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M. \eS "IIIC' ', --- .------- i{ 85 'R* 2
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\\0 FOR RKNT- ,
7I ,,,... \c: 'of'" apartment nec+r. 3 ,. Adi ,
.Jdi 0\ ,c. . \ unfurnished. $3;.:<). call 33-.. I I Ion ul r.tt 108 sq. n.

\J . 108 fl.fckttr .
IC'O,0 vq.
a c 0 toF4 I' p Jl.cLt>lIa1'1d. Canal Point; ba1 *- For temporary roofs or in

( to "N: r. wail! ohirpen your shears: t:: : I "w.,&*.r It I I., ant place of asphalt felt in built-
'. :"V.i 1 condition Leave them at i up roof.

\' } barber 3i.v 55-Ib. Roll . . . . 2.78
.. iti I oi: M.i:: A piano in good rn-

'.",>- f<.r S171: \\' A RIt. NXv.
'. .. QUALITY DUILD1SG MATERIALS AT LINDSLEY'S
: \ L%':: hrl.'a Trlit'111E1'tlfnlId -

,- ;:' !" p;! '..>k'..> 3" .S U II.*.. fund
Lowest ...... .
Prices<< A e.t.
I* e.M Jiii'ttl' t-
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. : .. .: : h.-" ?0'*- B. hmO Largest Stocks I.......c../fa'*.VLumber,.
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yfn Lin4sky,5
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t.rs !l.s-t*" Fr.-e ..c.-. -

-""viv-e :and r-pa-rs; T"ed.r.ai r.r: I N'st ..*......> mi ..
w. nit .
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August 22, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Pa, Five


JoyceFielding member of the Florida State High-

way Patrol.

After a two weeks' honeymoonin
Miss Betty Austin Fielding
the mountains of North Carol

daughter S. Austin.Talton of Sr.ilr.Joyce, of and, Pompano son Mrs.of Frank Mis.and I:I ISam l,' their lira is Mr.home and stationed in Mrs.Fort Joyce Myers will wherehe make- Come On Out To See Us/

now by highway
Maxine Joyce of Pahokee. were patrol.

married at the home of the bride's.i UE'LL BE 1.KInm' \ OUMONDAY
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parents on Saturday. Aug. 16. at i,
4:30 p. m. Vows for the double i Lions Publicize : SEPTEMBER 1 -

ring ceremony were read by the:
P.C1ceil., retired Methodist Labor Day EventPlans YOU'LL GET .\ \\'.\ WELCOME: ::
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minister as the tourle stood 1 before -1 +
the fireplace in the living; for a count t: Labor

room hichvas tanked with Day celebration at Pahokee we-" Everglades Discount Company1.'ahokee /

palms white gladioli white asters j announced at tp Tuc":=,!Inv: luncheon -

and yellow chrysanthemums. meeting of the Pahokee Lions

The bride wore a two-piece grey I Club. A big barbecue rodeo ani

gabardine suit with black accessories !I Legion dance will be featured on i Florida f

and a shoulder corsage of i| the program of entertainment it I /

orchids. I was said. A crowd of 5.000 per I
Matron of honor was Mrs. G. is I
sons expected to attend. d.S
,.. -
Austin sister-in-law of the 1.1 Lawrence Dany, who is moving

who wore a two-piece grey dressmaker with his family to Delray Beach.
suit with black accessoriesand .htJlll
resigned as scoutmaster of the

a corsage of red rosebuds and Lions-sponsored Boy Scout Troop: r't

white aster. George Reichgott ot 2;;. Charles Wilkinson and R. B.

Fort Lauderdale was best man. Simonson were appointed to act ts \.

Following the ceremony an in- scout leaders for the troop until a rrl.. \

formal reception was held at th- new scoutmaster is named. r.
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Austin home. The table "'t:.
serving Rupert Mock reported that ail '\>I"' -,,,-,,, .
had a large wedding cake as a i inquires received by the club r?- '
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center piece and was decorated garding industrial possibilities for )
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with white and asters and y.
yellow : the Pahokee-Canal Point area were ."": .
fern. Mrs. Frank Austin, Jr., presided being placed inthe hands of the s.:.. :..
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at the punch bowl and Mrs. j local unit of the Resources Development ':f. e )

G. M. Austin served portions of j Board. } t"w.'ri : "

the wedding cake Those fron j IalcolmIiIlar led in gross ,:jft

Pahokee attending were Mrs. Bill'' singing and A.... Howell. program A

Rogers, Miss Sandra Rogers and I chairman waij1n charge of con- A: '+- '

Mrs. Maxine Joyce. j test games. ;

Mrs. Joyce is a graduate of j I --- -

Pompano High School and before Anciy Culberson! who is employed -

her marriage was employed at the I' Mountain City Tenn.. this

county court house. summer, spent} the past week with

Mr. Joyce received his educationat his family in Pahokee.

Pahokee High School. He served -I - .

for 18 months in the Army Miss Nancy Stevens ha. a=> a ''I" '

Medical Corps during the war and i guest this week Miss Jean Bol- "

for the past two years has been a linger of West Palm Beach.
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Mr:;. B. Elliott with the request '
Ford Salesroom Is Pahokee :Methodist
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that they be allowed to use th >
the time to prepare for soi! (l comfort vuca
B. Elliott Ford salesroomon Church
its sold next winter. This free book on motif m agency ProgramChurch
Teen-Age Center & Main Street as a recreation ,i

nil hentinj; furnishes all the an-war* to \n"r i center through the summer : services. Sunday. Angus

Ironic healing problem. See your dealer or callat Complete SuccessAttempts : months. Their request was granted ': 24, 1947: Morning service will be

oft'ir with the provision that the conducted by Dr. \V H. Lair. The
ur today.
I center be conducted in an orderly speaker of the morning will be

in the past on the part manner and the room be cleaned Rev. Stanley Smith, the Indian
I up after each meeting.The I to the Seminole Indian
of various civic groups to establish I missionary
center I is a beehive of activ- in Dania. There will be
a youth center through the l special
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'
ity on two week Tuesdays
nights a -
r" summer months have met with indifferent |I miusic.
+siw O and Fridays when the door
of The service' will be
success and none of those evening ( tinder -
II are opened at 7:30 p. m. and closedat '
efforts ever approached the pop- the direction of the Methodist
ularity of the present Tt'enageHt'cI't. 10:30: p. m. Strolling past the Youth Fellowship. Earle Chance

.>atiunal Center which ua organized I center un either of these two nights will be the leader. There will be

and is run by the youth of one sees through the large show- talks and -wings by members of
windows a group of children that' the Rev Bowes is teaching -
the Pahokee-Canal Point ares j(I group.
are really enjoying them:-elves at the Methodist
without the assistance of anysponsoring i a. course
I dancing, playing pmgpong, checkers '
adult group. I Young People's Assembly in Lakeland -
cards and variety of othe- this week. This assemblyis
Shortly after the close of school i
,y ,wrr ta,sK wilORIDt I I table II |
RagQ a group of teen-agers in searchof games. conducted by members! of the
Mr. Elliott donated the use of'i Florida Conference who
specializein
wholesome recreation headed |I I |:
a soft drink vending machine: Youth Work. Frank Rozelle.
by Miss Patsy Elliott approach tJ
( \\ '' S, Miss Klliott's parents. Rep. and i I[ Rogers Music Company. an automatic i I Jr. is attending this Assembly.The .
LWHT mmml '
p011E cw electric phonograph and<'. Young People of the Methodist : -

': ? I Berrv's Funeral Home folding I II i iI I Church are having a covered -

NOTICE OF APPLt4T10Fob |I I chair The ptngpong sets and l ,. dish supper in the recreation
T1X DEED table are furnished!' the
t games by room on August 21. Members of
(Chapter 11717. Act of 1911 Chapter204S8.
teen-agers themselves.As I I
4rtt of 1911) I the other youth organization of
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES That I many as 78 boys and, girl* Pahokee and Canal Point are inVited -
Everglades Research Corp. purchaser have attended the center in on" ;I to attend.There .
of Drainage; District Tax Certificatesand
tx liens for taxes of Everglades night and the average attendancei will he five of the Young
Drainage District, has fedaid drainage around 50. The teen-agers ar' I
the Youns
p I attending
tax oa'.e: (f'rtlflcapancf tax Uen pop P
I for tate of Everglades Drainage: Dist- solely' responsible for the planningof People's Assembly in Lakeland

application programs of entertainment and I next week. This will start Au-

i. keeping their house in order gust 21 and continue until September -
I lien nvmb.rand date, of Lv.uance I There are no chaperones but parents 1. Those attending are:
SOMETHING NEW I I the description of the property and
'..amen such as e..ed are af have n otandir.g invitation Yvonne Frar.. Laurie Rogers.

I o.low% 1, to visit tae enter at any time andA Field Nell II owes an!
Certificate NT >08 Date of I"uaace . : Joyce
HAS BEEN ADDED J. :3- -*. \ n 145Certificate *t.'h tie fun. Helen Howes
I No 406. Date of lisxiancifJn' ,
I ,\ 1 A D 1946
I Ce-t.fca: N, 444 Date of I -uanceJ I .. .,
i! :re 2 A D 1947 I'
AT HERMAN'S RADIO & I o.-'rt'unn. <->* P-opertv Trartj. 21
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ELECTRIC SHOP f-fli-ate: No see Date ;! ha.T -.""
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ALL TYPES OF REFRIGERATOR S445 Oar.1 :: -
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AM}) MOTOR REPAIR BY h .;-: 'tpa'> ->? P,Tpe-T'* T-a.. ,;
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CARD OF THANKS Tilly Walker Again Legion Sponsors I Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Hall of Edward A. Jensen d daughter.
wissh to thank the many I I Tampa visited friends in Pahoke- Donna Gale. spent the weekend
friends for their kindness and Heads N. Y. Life SalesR. Dance August 30 over the weekend. I with relatives in WaverlyA I
thoughtfulness during the illness I| I

and death of my father, :Milford I B. (Tilly) Walker, New,, York The Pahokee Legion Post will .
Brooks. To those who sent the!Life Insurance Company representative sponsor a dance at the Elks Hallin 1< >s>s><>e>eA>hhh. sAaeA>e>sASSA>sass>sA>saas a ++ r i v r ''' r r r r r r r r r v r r 1 r r rA ;
beautiful flowers I am deeply'j" of Hollywood, received word Pahokee on Saturday night of I I.$ ..
prateful. For all for their kind }j that he has again been named a next week. it has been announcedby CAMERA ENTHUSIASTS >
consideration at a time of mourn- member of the Company's top pro- the dance committee of the I
ing I shall always be indebted. ducers club. i post. The Sugarland Serenaders :. THE C.lIER.CE TER ,:.

Cleo Brooks, Each the selectsa white orchestra of Clewiston will ..
year company ( >)> is All work .
now equipped with a repair department.
Canal Point, Fla. group of its outstanding under- furnish the music for the evening.TO I.. will be promptly done by experts familiar with all.:a
writers from the United States n .kes of domestic and foreign cameras. .
s asa
---- and Canada who have produced TEACH IN LAS VEGAS :a OFFICE EQUIPMENT
- ---- - ---- - the greatest volume of businesi It.
during the year, and invite them Miss Dorothy Tucker, who recently 4 HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. .:.
left Canal Point for Lis
Prince TheatrePahokee to attend a convention at some Vegas Nevada, has accepted a .:. 313-15-17 Datura St. Phone S8SSVEST sea
famous resort with all expenses
paid by the Company.This position in the junior high schoolof 4. \ PALM BEACH, FLA. 4"..

year the group will meetat that city as physical education >+?? > a > >????? si
Yisrasr
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Florida instructor. Miss Tucker is the eras+asY svasr s Yas*as Y +
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the Banff Springs Hotel Banff.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H.
Alberta in the Canadian Rockiesduring
Tucker of Canal Point and a grad- ------- ,
the first week in Septem- "
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SUN.-MON. AUGUST 24-25 uate of Florida State College for I
ber.Mr. Women in Tallahassee. i,. i
August
and Mrss.'alker left !"
15th by automobile for Chicago. -
Shrubs and Trees
There,,they will take a tram
to Glacier National Park and then CHIROPRACTORWEST
will visit Jasper; and Lake Louisein
Canada before going to Banffon MON., PALM WED. and BEACH FRI. .\VARIETIES AT HET.11.uthnrizl'd .
September 2 for the top producers BELLE GLADE
JgL **A.jCfe H = TCES. THCRS and SAT
m' ; = celebration.Last
.\ Sales and Service
DR. L. S. JONESSuite
year the Walkers attended
the meeting of the top producer 301-02 Comeau" BIdg.: JACOBSEN POWER AND
) Phone" 3650Vwt' Palm Beach" Fla 1
26-27
TOES.-WED.. AUG- j jTIIURS.FKI. I >) at Murray Bay. Canada.
--- i HAND LAWN MOWERS

may'i ., rL
+y Garrison Attends
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CHILLS FEVER

Coaching School I I DUE TO MALARIARELIEVED i ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.

BETHANY. \\'. VA. X L. Ga '-I Open \\VtlneMlay anti Saturday afternoons
rison, assistant coach of Pahokoe '
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2O lloo( Southern LJUd., West Palm Beach
I a..rt.t fo.cACORE7R/GSYOiN I'
High School, is attending the se-- EY--r 666 i iI
ond annual coaching school hold at I

.. AUG.; 28-29 Bethany College Bethany Wet I I -
Virjnnia. The five day clinic wIll

DOUHLt FEATURE include sessions in both football ,
and basketball tactics. -
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Gridiron instructors are tw
veterans of college football Harold: '

I Red) Drew head coach of th<*
Dangerous I University of Alabama and Robert Back' School
/Business Bob) HigRins. long time mentor to

at Pennsylvania State Colic?>. ,.
A COUMOIA mcTufss Supervisor of basketball in.<;tnu'- j
tion will be Lee Patton coach of ::1

-ALSO1.riii Mountaineers.the whirlwind West Virginia With Smart Start :'

i i'JGi Climax of the school will be the I a
fifth Ohio Valley All Star football ,
,: ,
game to be held Wheeling
< "S --", West Virginia on the night of
V"- M!?CE I! raSHOTS:( t-m ThE August 15.Circle PRESENTING I;
-BATIOtri .i.:t tAl iE.1It": : .. :
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 30 Girl In Assists School Indian !i iI'

DOUBLE FEATURE Members of the Lottie Moon ; New Fall Styles'At '

TbRest'sIiisane crafef Scagsttr! Circle, First Baptist WMU, are assisting I
a Seminole Indian girl in 1\\ ;

her planss to attend college in : Popular Prices I'I'I '
Oklahoma is was announced at a
circle meeting in the church Monday I
afternoon. An offering of $30
..TN was collected at the meeting for I i
; 'the> project and a letter was read I Tom Sawyer CAROL KING DRESSES

,from Stanley Smith. Baptist missionary .
to the Seminoles. thankingthe ; SUITS AND TROUSERS For Junior Miss I

-ALSO"Crime I group for a box sent to the! I,
I I girl' containing clothes for college
Of The
I Mrs. D. W. Young gave a talkon I I.XE'V SHIRTS CINDERELLADRESSES ,
"The Attitude of Indian Toward -
Century"Stephanie I Missionaries." Mrs. IG.. FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS :
:Gilhs, who presided in the alxsenceof .
Bachelor, Michael the chairman Miss Elizabe'n I '
Browne :Caraway gave a report on the:
HOY'S NEW Dt"UABI."AnI TY OF SKIRTS ,
:Girls Auxiliary Camp held at La I:* I

Osborne this summer. SLACK I SUITS - All Sizes AND BLOUSES

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SENSATIONALBl6 Blue Tan Brown In Short and Long Sleeves


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!Famous Skyrider SHOES SLACKS & SLACK SUITS


t' FOR BOYS In Main New Shades
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1 WONDER SPRAY .

r Friendly Sports Shoes for Junior Miss


Quarts ...... $1.19 I Poll Parrot Shoes For ChildrenKAHN'S


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already been made and pledge ("lIn (,1I OF ('lIRIsTs.ClRTIsT I Muss Margie: MeUalf of Tamoi Mrs Frances McDonald Harlow
All Roads Lead To I fir support have come from allover I! is a guest here this week of he" returned to Pahokee list weet

the county including the MIND ithe subject of the I : :nt'er-m-law' aid siste:. )Ir. an! after -pend.n the summer in 1 a7- I
Pahokee Barbecue i dodges of a dozen mayors of var- Le5son- .'rmon which will 'bo read" \lrs. I. J. Fr uurt.. Jr. ?aCity. ,:\10.I .
I municipalities in the countvA in Chi special general committee independent throughout the! world on Sunuay
Labor Day, Sept. 1 I from the RDB has been:: I August:: 2i I

to all of the Text
organized put phases The Golden is "Kiphteou;

vast program for the day dcro=i. art thou. 0 Lord and upright ar_>
Oi Lab all reads Palm
Day ; in
John E. Bollmger. chairman of tie thy jud ('ment-. . Give mt un
ii committee, has announced the purpose dt'tstanJingand Ihall live OH SOY. '
where osm' ;000 county res.3- .
of the celebration a-s being a i Psalms 119:137. 1441.
dints are expected to take part '.i I
day for emphasis on county an 1 \*1rtht"" citationwhich coripn51 -
a gigantic all county free barb:
I civic unity I! the Le-son-Sermon:: : ith:! '
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tuo. program and 1 "We want to .-.how those boys following;; from the Bible: "Fin 4LF.A'5
The idea for the affair
big; originated ;: -
out there and from all parts ,.r I ov',:'. O !.*>!,'. thy word is settle:
spontaneously among several ? -.
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citizens from different parts of :- \
the county and it has gamed tremendous -I really for them. It will give all thy word sriveth light: it jrivefi" ...-_""" #0 \ ',
the people of the county 'the onportumtv understanding unto the simpl* """ "
momentum it tyf
since wasfirst \
to get to know each < Psalms 119:S9. ISO). ,
broached to the (xt'cutivcommittt.t
other better and it will unite them The Les on-Sermon also includes ....
> of the Resources Devt.opm'nt :
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Board. even more firmly in a common! the following passage: fro*>i ]
purpose for the progress of our the Christian Science textbook. \ /
So fast has' the enthusiasm for \.
county" Mr Bollinger declared Science and Health with Key to '... _' .
the affair moved that more than
i Further outlining the purpose the Scriptures." by Miry Baker: ___ ;' f.I
half of the five thousand dollars .
: of the celebration Mr BolLnger Eddy: "MIN'D The only I, or ,
needed for the free barbecue hsUNKLE I aid that it will be a proper commemoration tth,. only Spint. Soul. divine i ... ..w \
of Labor Day. And it Principle substance. Life. Truth. ..... (.
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will have patriotic significance as Love: the one God: not that which! 11'r ' .. t.Ji'
: -HANK: SEZCOUNTPVS well since the officials of various is in man. but divine Principles --../ ., ? .r: ,
veterans organization have indicated :- or God, of whom man is the full '... i-i'.. ....'"' .... .
1HIS GOT that the affair has their and perfect expression; Deitv: f i! __ f"

JEST AS MUCH MONEY AS enthusiastic approval.Also which outlines but'is not outlined" 1

tT'6 EVER HAD--Ifc'ONLV a feature of the progran ( r>91:161Mr I le cream i> always a treat and Alfars. many
wall be the of the Palm --.
honoring
TROUBLE WE'RE JEST flavor: vanilla, chocolate strawberry etc. -
Beach County legislative delegation ::;. Gene Butler and son. Edgar
SHORT o COLLATERAL which fought'aliantly for Wilder are visiting her soninlawand I make: any kid from tito sixty roll his eves

the Everglades in the: recent session daughter. Mr and Mrs. Cleo l I eyes and sav.. "Mm-m-m-m.
y of the legislature They will Miles in Metter. Ga. j I
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invite their fellow legislators ---

In addition to the member ;if I Md'Mr' _.. E. F. Mclllwain ,'!Ir

; the legislature who have been in- I I and family have returned from .1 jl'IIXE':0.r ALFA 111:1.1.: "I.\ln:
lt"f.. ....."'\..': : \ited invitations have: gone: out two week- vacation spent at Surf .
to Governor Millard Caldwell. the I Cottages near Palm Beach |i I ",.. -...-

/t j -., .//I.-v members of the State Cabinet. I
:'.:: vri.: I Senators Pepper and Holland the 1 I
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.,./ t=::-..-V\. State Supreme Court. the members -
I.s t \. i I of the Board of Trustee; jf
,' .- .. I the Internal Improvement anJ
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I i Representative Dwight L. Roger ]

Make no mistake about it . However speech making will lv
GULF product give you quiCK held at a minimum and the emphasis -
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will be laid on the gala side'
starts fast warm-ups and immediate -
of the dav's activities such as; the
power We invite ;you I free barbecue a rodeo and jtit;
to make us your gasoline and mingling and visiting Many Thanks !

oil headquarters . to see our Other suggested events to *"'

stock of Mopar parts and look: scheduled ate quarter hor?o raing --

over our used cars For all your airplane stunting and a big

auto needs . see us square danceRalph .
J. Blank treasurer: of the

committee, points out that many
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contributions are needed if the expected
LAKE SHORE
five thousand are to be fed i --
MOTOR CO. at Pahokee on Labor Da -. Donations ,
'" -- should lie sent to him in
PAN( KL' r _DA care of the RDB office in \\- '::t j . to my policy holders and friends for making

Palm Beach


f iI i- possible for me to win top honors in the productionof


I business with the eY'ol'k Life Insurance

, Lake Fishing Is

Company for the year of '4(5( and 47, ending June
: Reported Good

I 1 19-17.
Right here at our hack door i is one of the fines* ,

I Mack bass fishing: waters in the world. Yet how I't'
t
: few of our citizens take time to learn how to fish 'I ,

: for those game hronze hacks? No past time ofacinatin I'I'I IiI''

especially when you ret hold of a I
; fighting whopper. !r'



: Got To Have Equipment? I II il :j I


I But before you can catch fish of any kind you !

: must have the equipment and Ret the hang ot

i handling the outfit, and know the haunts of the t

: water denizens.

Our sporting goods department is: now abouton I'
a par to the high pre-war standard and we If It's Life Insurance-Consult

! can supply you with mot equipment for hunting -

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: Oof.:" <(
KeeU anlll'ating-: -. ( hu'". JijTir-I Bay Pork i

a large assortment: Kind Baits ':


Have you :soon that new famed I >hakepereSIH '
SIt1CsE \1:( 11)R Bt'II.JHS4. 1t'6! HOI I.IAKI: >
'X (;L'Clting- Paxl ? The -hcke-t l piece of .TIHTT: n,4H"-IOH\1 t fl:l.El'I1\tb4: : :

tVhuiir otitupment that has; hit the market.
IIOU.V. \\non. IMIKIIIX

\\'i' also hays'tenty! I.f ammunition on hand for

v'<> \1mt1p:: U't" 1'..' ,'I's ;trui Hi 'r.n ,'roil '." ide-1

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