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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: September 26, 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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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EsiaL/islieJ 1924







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'FRIDAY J

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September 26,19-1 i H PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PA UL RARDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF. PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Pahokee Council i "Emma" Causes Many Emergency Plant I Lions Hear Baptist Everglades UnderWater

To Take Sudden Visits Minister From Kartow

. Plans To Buy Lot To Installed Men Battle

.So; many local residents were P.Pat WimbiMly. pastor 01"t .

rt-of-town! visitors: last: w... t ;.d First Baptist Church in Bart I
For Hospital Site At Brown's Farm Save Homes FarmsThe
( teat we will! not even attempt to t who ;lS currently conducting: ,

| list names. When! the impending! a two week revival at the Pahokee

j presence of "Emma," the unwelcome !- First Baptist Church, was
Members of Pahokee City Council If >ou li\ed at Unmn's farm va>t Lake Okeecholve agncultuial -
I lumbering visitor from th vilest speaker at the Tuesda'luncheon '
voted unanimously Tuesday! \..\\oiild really haumiethin, ana with its magic soil
night to purchase a lot between Atlantic doldrums, has announcedby tie gripe alMiut. There are 14uhite meeting of the Pahokee is under water and many days \\inpas
Ernest Carson after Lions Club. T. IDush of Cc, -
Tuesday :-
the business section of Pahokee and K" colored famili- : before the water recedes to a
()()n most of the homes were ouit. Ga.. who is assisting Rev.
and Boe's Automotive Place as a tlit.ro'h:: ha\en't had a spark roint where damage:; can I** estimated -
site for a proposed hospital. The boarded up and left to the mercy ..f electricity since I lieburn WimU-rly as song leader at the in dollars and cents. Men

lot fronts 2SO( feet on the highwayand of the monster while: the: occupants cane 7.*> other uiirken. who Ih,. revival also spoke briefly. are battling this week in an effortto
scattered : X. I... Garrison. Pahokee
is an u.t'allocation! for the hospital : .n hastily planned on the plaiitatieu are in theanie Hign strengthen farm dikes! so thnt
visits to other of the Stat School assistant coach announcedthe
parts the flood
so say councilmen. The cost I plight.fifteen waters can be haltedfrom
some even overflowing into Georgia organization of a local Quarterback
120000.. miles tlf pouer company devastating the entire coun
The action by the Council comesas I t lines from the E\.'r jlad.-sfXperitnent Club Monday night and tryside.A .
These visits were brief however.and asked the Lions for their supportin
I : Station Itelle Kittle
culmination of a move to bml1 near \ is under way on
bv Friday practically everyone I tu Shanann (Brown's Farm I making the club a success.: Jes Conners
a new hospital building: in Pahokeeto ) arean Highway between Canal
| was back home and had started M. Elliott reported that pamphlets
replace the old building now absolute shaiubli-s. Poles are Point and Twenty Mile Bend
used by Everglades :\ HOF- !1 dp.ningup the mess left bv th.. twist,.! and broken tff: like so h.tingth(' industrial: advantages of where} State It.'ad Departmentcrews
!! great Atlantic hurri'ir'. dubbod"Emma" tiMtthpirks.1nn the line the Pahokee-Canal Point area in effort Jo
pita Lease on they present huil.jn many are fighting an
expires on Sept. 30 19JS. an I by Red Crr'ess workers. gill IK* replaced i is a matter of being prepared by the club will sand bag the road shoulder and

members of the Western;; Pali.i I I - (- .nj -cturp with power company soon be ready for distribution to keep the West Palm Beach canal;
Beach County Hospital District i t.ffi -ia's. inquiring! out-of-town business: :: from washing away the rnti'e

have said that they will not rend BelleGhde'sNewCouncil I As an emergency measure and firms. road bed. This work was starte: Ion

the lea"e. I in an effort to render the usual ------ direct! orders from the governor -

Committees from the Rota'..* .. <..r\it.t." to their pa- to Chairman Elgin:: Bayless of
and Lions clubs will go into action I Changes trf.ns. official of the purer i iI ; Belle Glade Plans the! State Road Department.

within the next few weeks in an !I company plan to install a "small Chairman Bay less and Stat .

effort to raise enough money t,> I i PolkePt.ua2l1!! I I pi.wer plant at the plantation in To Register Highway Ensineer E. C. IVGarnnwere
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erect the building. There is order that folk may hate power Every on the s<. ne f'arl.tonola...
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enough equipment in the present I I and light until such a time as morning and issued orders to Division
building to get the new one off to W. H. ( Ford > Cochran former ', poles and wlre can be replaced.So. Qualified Voter Enginf'f'r'at50n at Fort

a good: start it was said by ono Pahokee policeman and Until recently if your light! didn't burn J Lauderdale to stop the overflow.

of Pahokee's physicians. I I chief of police in Belle I for a day rr two after the hurricane Assistant Division Engineer Carl-

Plans of the council committeecall I Glade! received an honorable discharge just reirifn'j :Jth* 'oUj. *t They .Chamber of. CommerCv- to and I "'int.e."N'. F.ninI"I
for a concentrated drive to. from the new Bell< Glade I Brown's Farm. Monday announced <,continuance( of I I Papy of Fort Lauderdale were all;-

raise funds just as soon as all details I council at last week's council their drive for registration of all wged to the job. They are still at
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can be worked out. The high I meeting. It was pointed out thatMr. voters of Belle Glade. The present it.

water in this area is a temporary Coc ran's discharge came only (; plan calls for contacting all business Uneasiness is felt in Belle Glad
1 To Gpt
WBCanf
pet-back and the drive will not be as the result of a change policyby i > I firm and I requesting employers that farm dikes will break and th .

started until the emergency is I I the three elected members: of or proprietors to urge or town will be put under three fe t

over it was said by committee I: the council.! Thomas Penningtonwas Removal Job I Ii (I I assist their qualified employes in of water. The governor issued the

members.A I named to take the place of registration.A sandbagging orders for Conner
contractor for the repair and I I chief in Belle Glade.J. I I report made at the Chamber:: Highway after calls for help hll.J

painting of the city waterworks G. Parrish. a former police j i Getting rid of two humps in the : n1'etingcrellitetl their campaignfor gone out of Belle Glade to Tallahassee. -

tower tank was let 11. F. Sharpe i j: chief of Belle! Glide ad until th.* West Palm Beach Canal I is' provinga registering and \"otlngwith .

of Orlando. A city building cod I i recent election superintendent of !, more difficult problem than th-rEverglades I producing the larJl't'oit' ever The I'nited States Sugar Corn-

was presented by O. L. Flvnn. J the .street department also was cast in Belle Glade, in the city oration at Azucar has left no store
Drainage District i'
building inspector and accepted ,given an honorable discharge. ned plan ''f'll'ctkn September I'. unturned! to stem the flood Hundreds -
by the council. j A. L. Dutch Wallis who has i 1. on. I The Chamber called! attention t > and hundred of workmen

Henry Caldwell was asked by served the city for s'\-*>ral years New difficulties arose Tuesday I' the importance of the special election I have been busy! filling: sand bags

the council; to transfer title of as clerk is still on the job in the when it was found the dredge Orl!- to be held I in Palm B..a.h and trucks have bfn assigned the

certain property owned by him in same capacity. His! status Was" ered by the Army Engineers to do I II County. October 7, when question I, task of distributing the bags t"

the city's restricted area to the never inI!ubt. I the work in the waterway, couldn'tget to bo voted! on are of much im- vantage points to stop dik.-

city however. Caldwell deferred i| I to the job by the most direct I portance to the Glades area. Th-' breaks Every avaiHble !lug-t.!
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his! answer until he was able to rout.because a bridge! was stuck Water Conservancy District rle.-- company draglm-i I'" on the jobon

consult his lawyer.Engineers 'V. H. Vann Plants near the mouth of the canal. tion is one imfwrtant i"sue. and I a round the V*"k shift in aye

-- ---- Ht>-"('utr.gttP dredge had the another is To ratify or r. f fct 1:1'! irecent I| rff..rt to halt the rampagin"
Beans On Section; barge leaving Stuart Tuesday! to I!' I
which
bill: -
legislative! : provides \\'a''rSome-
Blamed proceed III' the! PI. L'icie Canal and j for the EDO to deed! over *n I I'the I - --- - -
\\ ith "att'r building tip ttn \ ir- down Like Oke.-chot.e.> to th-' I' -d.-il Fih and Wild Lif l

tuallevery ide .>f him. \\". II. West Palm Beach Canal and the Department certain lands lying i Cattle Are S

For Flood Status Vann was planting In-ans thi. "humps." I south of the Loxaiiatchee gamKnnis I i

week ..Section: .">. near t'ardtel Put thi* entails: a lot of openir r rtt'O.-n'! .. f..r yin .I.tr'f. ; .. DrownedInFlood

alMiut half way ln-tween Ia- of many http: farm bridges in the! t':.. cam' p-j i wl,1: hf I I .. t..rr.t..r\' ;I
DeWitt ITpthegrove. county supervisor h........ and Mlle (;ia,'.'. With canal a" well as the complete r. -
of registration, who hr i adequate, | drainage *"h'llI ilwasn't n'wal| of some stationary !spars.that I I
"-arC.
5. v. r.- I.! f livst- k a" I Irif
lifo
deal of his
spent a great onand an> to able' to prepare have bee" erected in defiance i': ( Open
Lake Okeechobre. ( >-'. 'Ar..h:1:\ T'l't. irT< tr..e i
around an the land and plant U-ans while of district regulation:: I
who brought the first U.at load '.. |j A Her Summer Closing .t1r) : e' .1, r. -,1. ii' e'
!
.tone thr-m aatflwwl waters officials recoiled fro.ithe
out of the Everplades a District i ._ i th. fl '..1.! ..) E..r;.:!.'.). .. T.I.-.!....
of vegetables l:'..he sI at tli' iit-ide r>f the prospect of bothering waterlogged |
over the West;; Palm Vac1; : .Ii....... landowners: with reques !; Thinsir... I looking better sn fll..1 j with fw.rt.o that. ; ttl.Idrowing .- \\7"
Canal Yt'ars1:0.. Tu('*!.,y 1>l.m1o'1'hf' - ---- ---- I eating line m "ar.al Pont: Mrs Ir.nris } ; in p.! rising: water
To their bridge' for the dredee .
1T. S. Engineers for much of open : has rv-open1 her 'afeLake '. j[ 1hn.lreJ.s ..f :..-.1 : I Iemtti
the current flood! in the (";Itd.'clit' I Kraemer I Island which will enter the canalVe. the As..>..!'t.h .1! J'., V.
but the! War .
) night. Depart- I' . .
: .,1. ,.xh" J-.el !
itr. ::
said "the government ersineers -
Bride; Casualty monay.. that passage of the j jdredee ,.. .
vest"daev ; '
rI" I
i' v
!
erred by not hrinei C: t'-- ; : ;
ronstitnt.! an emereenev.r'r. \
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lake down about a month ago Of Kivont Storm !.' d'. .1.! :.' !. ,--,.! thro-eh th.' j t ti 'spot i: art: parti'k: of ".11." of th .T 1 1. ntrA 1'.I.'v' .
.
when they had! tim- to sot it dow :! !ca-.4: i.-n-.cr, ;1.,< f>.r w.n h ttr.fi -r. f'-f' ,h.-l! d-e-: '
.* k- \V dnejulav 1 (
to a safe level. Tht.v11.1 Ki'-.- N.- '. ':', K I.......!' 'T-il.. P ,I i!I .- c't -r-; h.-r <.;h r kn: i. r 'h.-: "stx'is.r : .,

opened the locks at Hut tni:.' I-S-: \. . ': e : ; :- ..r. ; .< a< u-- 1 hit c-i. ,.I ;!:td.- : '.
.. : r"I, 'K. .. .! t.- J I.-r- ....., r. .. . .
; Jw I !
Th whole state of FI"':,1,. \\ e- .r" e.: : e-i t :i : t.'r" '- " f I: : ( --n: \
. -, . +" .. ., .. :1..1! 'ter .. t", '
flooded! at that tin-- h.- '- ctnreSIn 1 '''.'' \ : !.: > : :'. i T -.t- : 'A. e

emphasizing his content:* .1. ,...tkl:'': :... I) : :'.t. ; '-. r... .'-- Water Plants Give |I :. ,' :- :: .... ;- ;. .. .. ..: ...;:.j\.jI ; ,D\n.: a". tl> tv- fall r.rl l !
.... .... I ___._---- : '.. !" trprr.nt .. ..
Uplhecrove! called attention: t.i ?:: -arva !t. n :1 ,1 '.\ .J: r. Okehed Product( r\ < -JH. > :
large number of nvers and canals: -- -.- ---- Murnvicr.: : : -TMION Raml' :..:.!. t 3l..t

: .. . .. 'rRb.. ." . % severely and the bean .
that are potrrinc a ereat volume, ...f Mrs. Paulsr.- Rice ha- r-tvirre-l -: < i. L- i --

water from the great lake svsteti after a visit of \'f'r.iI! weeks wtti!; E-'Sv: .- i..iV.. !: -'ay f :r..",. Ak : J- rder.fs.M! Canal P-..rt .n- d. '.t...rd. .
of Central Honda into Lab- relative in Kent-ky and M'rtJ th ,T water fr .- t':. plant in Belle! tractor. has started rorrK-ti'>n - ---

Okt't" ehe'e.Vat Carolina the was accompaniedhome .GUde C ar..al! Point: and Pahokee '.:. : of a gars and nil ervic* station foe M and 11 r. IS'"

"\ we need L more and from N'ortfa Carolina by he.i. .- okeh to 11M' He Mid' that foliw.unnE Viruh-n Henderson on East Main n *d to iliaml T'ed/ .t
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h.goer canals and plenty of locks." #* : Ed'.!!. who has enrolled a> a water from lurfa ce wells Street PaJsokee. opposite Cletr.'s t 4au hter. MrT rwho
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fpthegrcve said. Palm Beach H'nor?:: at the L"njv rwty of Florida. ,out >d* ,-HiId bat all water fe.- Smc station Th buJ g wa' Le \* .
. -'f't... t-/:-on.triettr"e "r"
P...t. Ga.!!. "\ :1f': f'r



Two The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday: September 26. 1917


I I Four :Men Burned I Ben Franklin of Gainesville wasa
THE EVERGLADES NEWS I II & business: visitor here Monday:
When Seed Cover .IDU Tut.day
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region i I I

Published EveryFriday Hits Electric LineFour ii'Ir.
Established 1924) t.
Subscription Price 82.00 Year In AdvanceThe
col.'ro.1 \,"< itnenerp
and Mrs and
Everglades NeIs Entered at the Post OfficeIn seriously burned Wcdnesday aftjir Lloyd Hundlej
Class Matter n x*:hen the: wet cck-d bed coxr .hild'-en at .t.mpinie l bM r>. :
Second
Canal Point. Florida as
they were tryingto dr\ bleu intoa Gt ,'. T R:tniew.-re visitors irWest (I II Q"I

Paul Hard Owner, Editor, Publisher power line north of Canal Poirt I Palm BeachVednesday..
The accident happened three miles : Mr and Mrs Paul Collier had as I
n">ith of Canal Point where thom I
sue:=t<: t"'t' past week her parent
DamageAn n were making effort to dry: Mr and Mr. J, Clark. and Harry I
Kditonal from The Palm Bta<.h Tinisi c.>l<>reed bed coer A gu-t .-.f"d Ki ifman of Brcniklyn
.
The passing of time has clearly indicated a number! of : whipped the wet cover into The September meeting of the

thin -. The hurricane of recent vintage chose for itmot t'.* transmission; lint and results:: imon on-Lair Circle originally

vicious assault, the Palm IJeacheDclray Death took a were that the men were seriously l :heduled for Mondiwis postponed :; ,
that > Nirnp'1, They were taken to the because of stormy weatherand
mighty battering from the sea but experts agree \h;
*:\-f'-dad's1(>m' ri3] hospital will be held this Friday afternoon I
wi velocity reached crescendo in the Palm Bt:>aches.IIolJC .
\v. tb ir condit:.'" r,' 'dMethodists
io i at the home of Mr T. II
c3thed. One home there leas
Sound virtually un- ,
as! serious.:: : :: L. Burns i I CONCRETEROADS
reported damaged by los of a roof and ensuing water de- .
'
-- ---9 :Mrs: L \\ Armstrong. accom-
.st ruction.I'ut pained! by Mrs Pauline Rice and I
e.ehave turned unceasingly: toward the GladeMoie -. Hold
our .
:Mrs: :\i\ers: Fountain and children
complete repoitfiom that area build up the measureof carry the loads
Quarterly Conference Malted her brother-in-law and sister
devastation. Thi-; is a result of drainage! from the north. :Mr: and :Mrs: R W Bower, cement concrete

Precipitation was larger than at first believed. Loses maybe Tnp First Quarterly Conff"rpnf''' in Orlando the past week. PORTLAND are a thrifty
'-ta gedng'. The Conner. Highway and the break in nat- --9 investment forour gasolinetaxes.
of the Canal Point :Methodist:
ic-Mance- water constitute a true danger The life and low-
iu.il Church way held last Sunday: eerny NEW rmn.nmn: :: : long
Hcioic effort is being made to combat this rising flood. n the sanctuary lit by lamp. Mrs J. Frank Colson and :Mrs.: maintenance expense of conCrete -

The hands and minds of good men arc turned to the tak.It ante'rn<=. and a light from a <..mtl} L1.. Collins were welcomed a- pavements assures low-
may bo futile. nut this we now know: Flood Control i i.> generator Turn>he.l bv Pone new members of the Gertrude onnuof-cost highway service.

no longer chimerical. It is a prime nece :,ity. It i i- a challenge '-oar'?, The menage of the evening Shirley Circle Pahokee First

to ordinary Americanism. It i is a requisite of common was an impiringrmon bv t'1" :Methodist: VV-SCS_ at a meeting d' Ask your
dutv. Superintendent of the Miami District the home of Mrs Leo Wroten a

There is no j percentage in :saying "we told ,you -o." This is of Methodist:: Church. Dr I: week a Monday night. :Mrs: VVE. public officials for

not written in that spirit. Hut it has been stated by authorities Henry \\*, RHikburn on hUt Annoourar" Pope spoke on "The Child and

for months past that a real danger existed. At the : In the Conferencevoosior His Education Today: :Mrs: Col- : CONCRETE ROADS
:: reports: were presented bv son' presented: the devotional program -
Governor's; conference in Lakeland months ago someone "
Mrs H J, Anderson gad
the tor William T. Blur: th'
stated that we never would rouse ourelve"until a real disaster pi PORTLAND CEMENTASSOCIATION
Sunday' School Superintendent NV letters to the VVSCS from Rey.Eduard
rou-cd us. Smet of Dunkirk Franc '.
:Mion: : Church Treasurer A.
the disaster. It remain to deteimine.non. .
here M; real only thanking the for essential
R. Hirrinston L'1'Lt.kr D. L. group
whether we are truly roused. It does no good to talk IookVonin1': : 'oo'otN Pr'si- articles sent to his family. I 1401 Hurt Building, Atlanta 3, C.or0taComplete

only. Lip :service is helpful only up to a point. This is the :
..1'r.t.1:: !-;::, A. R. Hirnrrtoi: and
hour for action. Spell that with a capital A. Action. Youth Fellowship President Ellwood !-

Our neighbors; are drowning economically: on their very Dart. DMesratos:: to the District I'

farms. Foods are in acutely short supply. If we are to save Conference addition to the t\\

the woild for civilization, we must first save our own as etsWe a hn\"('. wore el'ct..1lr:: and :: ; .. ,!fJJ d'Qi"4rt

need picks and shovels :lHl1xnillgeq.uipnwnt.. \\> need Prink Wilson:: with :Mr: Don \It\\ .. S fi' i" 1 Y tI.lJ I i1 FJf
drainage and conservation anal flood control. ICe need Men and :V-s: ;: F. \\'. Cross is

VfM, 11'oi"king men. Men with vision and courage and de nte To fill a vacancy on f*.* ,
termination. Board of Tni=tto left when R. MDiit :: "

X > longer :should we :stand, hat in hand watching the : moved to Ft :Myers.: Earl # ) HAR410lJY

political parade pass: us }by with a condescending -hruJ!. \\\> \tax'On was:: elected! to that Board! I
and Fu-tis BJack-ell was:: elected .
first in line with be
are a mighty potential to developed. ': I
to fill :Mr: .laxOon':: pine on t'.> I I": #
Continued lethargy not alone tragic, it now }becomeciim- )
Board of Steward :Mrs: DinKepp -; 9.
inal. elected Communion I ... 4'r
Is there no organization to take matter in hand and }point was f'_.
Steward b\ the ConferenceDamage
them for authorities ready able and willing to face facts? .
church
to the propertvwas &
If not can one lie formed. The people have a right to know slight during the recent .

what is being done. If it i is insufficient, then they have aright storm Some of the walls wero Its... '\

to do it themselves. That is the way big things usually soaked in the chych and the piinatje : "I

I are done. !' back' porch wa dimie<1.
Time i is running, are we standing still and watching? Sunday. October 5, will be avery KEEP ALL

big dain our church lifewith
Rally Dayin the Sunday calls quickly. This BRIEF
On
Brooklyn Boy PigsA
assures better service for
i you
School which is now stronger
little boy from Brooklyn was describing the pig he had than it has ever been Teach and your party line neighbors.

:seen in the country. "It was in a pen and it was afraid of Recognition Day in the Morning:: I I

the little pigs. The little pigs chased the big pig around in Worship Service and in the evening -

the pen and after while the big pig fell down from exhaus- our observance of World Communion ,
tion and the little pigs ate all the buttons off his ve-t.'*- Sundiv All members and I IBe
1 I
Winter Haven Herald. friends will please Keep this important -

date in mind.
Junior Fellowship meetings will
Safety Deposit Box
resume this Friday at 3 o'clock at sure phone is placed
First husband : "My wife finds mv money wherever I hideit. the pn*>napre for all boys and securely on hook after each HANG UP

." girls s-U. Youth Fellowship:; call. Rememberone phone off CAREFULLYAllow

Second husband) : "Mv wife never finds mine. I put it in meets at the parsonage! Tuesdays the hook ties up an entire (line.
the basket with my undarned socks."-The Link. at 7 30 for all 12-23.

The :Morning: Worship Servi'
will be built around the theme of I
Second Sight
the Bible message for this day
Father: "Whv were you kissing my daughter in the dark with a sermon on "The Chritianin :; )

corner last night" Di;;:! tf'r". In the evening the
Youth : "Now that I've seen her in daylight I sort of won- sermon will be entitled "At Our

der myself."-Winter Haven Herald. Wits' K"d.
------ a little time between
GIVE OTHERS
I :Moss Is Likely To calls to permit others to have
\ their turn at the line. A CHANCEWhen

Seek Congress Job
I "
I ORLANDO While he has not

i <.ffi iall\ announced it n generally )

Billy Kolstad Upholstery ShopNOW h,'\odthat M J. Moss pn>-n- I
treat Orlando real estate:; man whj

carried Orange county on the Rep -

:ib'u'in ticket for congress but another party on your
LOCATED IN REAR OF
wa .It.f.'at..d in the di nct when line has on emergency please
h<' ran a am.t Joe lI..nJnck5.nll release the line quickly..ond RELEASE

.tgi!", b,> a candidate in i9' The pleasantly.
THE LINE INEMERGENCY
ri e w ::11 1 N' wide open as Heni-
15. ELLIOTT'S PAINT SHOT'I'ahokee
r., kWl xvi'l! rot s''ek reflection I

J:.ti:,.. \ S Hrrlon. of Ta\ire \
h.\- announced that he will r*.. j

j eir,l:date f.>r congress from th .f'
F.f* Dst.ct: *"hj.-ct to the D m-
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'" ro': prn\rt's: I" ,.... '1
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I Mi-.J Mrs Prell Hn rk:* -

ALL KINDS OF ITHOI-STERY 'a"..1 ,li.tVers: have returned from .
.3. t"::It tvtr! -, }f'r pa't'nt. in For_ i

w.Jerd.'l: ,"
ON FURNITURE .:\ CARS -9--

Mri Mrs 0 B MccClurre'urr. -
i
i I hre on Tbursiiy o* I

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It was a game of "one-o-cat" on a city street and Mickie was j,

it at bat. . The driver of an oncoming saw the play . ;1
sounded his horn and was driving cautiously through. One :'

j' last pitch . the crack of a well-hit ball. . and Mickie ran. i i)

...It wasn't the driver's fault, but Mickie was OUT...forever! ii
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Children playing in the streets of the Nation's cities and i
towns added 3,296 to the death toll charged against motor I'I'I '

I traffic accidents last year. Even the death of two little children !
Mr. MotoristMAKE '
!I.- is two too many young lives to be snuffed out that way. :,I
3,296 is tragic! "
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The schools of Florida are continually teaching traffic

i I SAFE-DRIVING safety and warning against the dangers of the highways. Par-

A HABITOBSERVE ents should emphasize it in the home. Drivers should exert

extra precaution in passing schools or going through desig-

nated play areas.

av Our children's lives are precious. Do your part to prevent

(' I .----: these youngsters being struck down and OUT!
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THIS! SPACK DONATKI I5Y
DON'T TAKE CHANCES ,t

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Four The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida FndaSeptember 26. 19 IT


1!''J. M. Klaott. American homes: r be dvuilaon. .. ,. .
Three Former Blue Devils All Set For Mrs. Horace Unwin. BiWe: Mr-. Annual ConventionPTA t iI i t a nu.i.uri ottii .-
i! r.oitls: for those
desiring rooms
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L"iif Davis- social!, and Mrs. In St. Pete
Year Of Foot Ball At Rollins CollegeThree I Janir.- H. Wilson h"'!se. i elsewhere.
It was ar.nounoii i teat: the firs ST PETERSBrRGFinal details I The annual banquet promises to
---- r : in connection with the annualstatewide 11X' a :: a Pmelli-
former Pahokee Hign : I've ever coa<'lu-d." be held on Tuesday. Pcpt. 3('. wit i peninsular function with all secI -
convention of the FlorIda [
Sc.K; >l Blue Devils are on the rostcr I "A year at spinner back has given Mrs D. \V. Cunningham and Mrs I'I tions of the
county pn'paringfa'--
.' Congress of Parent and ,
Pahokee. and OraV. Powell in charge of a.langomer.tss. -
Peacock.
of JacklcDowal1's ltollinsColl' Calvin
I TenvSets to be held in St. Peter I crs identifying:: their individualcommunities.
ge Tars this year accordingto Dub Palmer. Plant City the savvv: .
- -- Numerous: individual -
-urg are ",ingworke out bv the
a story appearing recently in j for this key position in McD.wall's ..*- 1 luncheons
are planned darin
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Quarterlnckrganized fInh env convention ccmmitteoihairmen. 11
the Tampa Tribune. Parts of th? double wing attack. Mrs. the convention and these are' in*
story mentioning the three boysH. - 'I "Duk Dartriht:: half, and Bus : Rob Meatier an.i
I ('hargof Mrs. Charles Schtih. Jr.
B. Baxter James Stokes Smith Griffin blocking back both :>f !!onf1 v Mrs. Henry Whites!! I Committee chairmen for th.
and Calvin Peacock-are reprinted i Bradenton. will probably round out The Soreno Hotel has been designated i convention include Mrs. Ed Saltz
Ijelu-.v: J the backfield on openingday.. Elli ;: official headquarters but: Banquet: Mrs. Billiard Wilson: ,
"Although Coach Jack McDawall i i Sirmons of Tavares. Jim Imand of Representative of tS! \', rio:fs I Mrs. T.1.. Griffith chairman ot I :Motonade: Mrs. Leon Fnl..n.'C'hailman .
is looking frankly to the future. Miami. Buddy Tate of Jackson- civic and! fraternal organizationof ;: .- the local housing:: committee. of the Board Dinner and
he predicts his Rollins College ,I ville. and James' Stoke Smith of Pahoke and Canal Point met at I rtated that an'c.modatiN1You!.! I :'Il's.Iax Cherbonneaux, Hostess.
Tars Winter Park Fla., willi:1 Pahok>e. are other backfield men. i
the high school Monday night to I
as many football games this' yearas I Guard positions are causing;: Mc-
last "provided we get the: Dowall little worry. H. B. Baxt' organize a local Quarterback Club -,
breaks:' of Pahokee. George Mooney o* for the purpose of promoting ard
"We're off to a better start than I Winter Park. Buzzy Rodenbaughof supporting junior high school ath-
last season, when we won four Orlando and Gene Chizik of letics.
and lost three," he eclar'd.hVc'r Asheville have a year of seasoningand Coach Clyde Alley explained to Just ReceivedCARLOAD
I Orlando is the that if Pahokee Senior I
(' better organized and the Paul Odom of group
morale is as high as on any squadWoman's I showing up well." High is; to have outstanding I
athletic teams in the future organized
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I training in the various GOLD BOND
Ii i rendered the club by the hous
Club Has ports must start in junior hign
Two New OfficersMembers .chairman and the recording se''- school and since the school's athletic :3-S" SHEET ROCK AND PLASTER
) retary it was voted to exempt council does not have the

i these two officers from the payment funds to support a complete junior
of the Pahokee Wom
of yearly dues. hiijh athletic program assistance
an's Club at the first business I Mrs. Leon Spooner, president from an outside sourcE.. such asa
luncheon of the fall season elected :named chairman of standing com- quarterback club must be ob-
- :Mrs. Manning I. Keen corresponding ;i mittees for the coming year as tained to carry through this; pro- PLEXTOF ROLL ROOFINGAND
secretary to fill the vacancy follows: Mrs. D. \\-. Cunningham gram. He pointed out that most
left by the resignation of Mrs. A. legislative: Mrs. Ora \\'. Powell of the opposing teams Pahokee ASPHALT SHINGLES
E. :Morgan and Mrs. Vinson Hen publicity: Mrs. B. Elliott international High faces on the playing fieli
( 'rson. recording secretary replacing -I relations: Mrs. Minnie L. draw their new material from !1 I
Mrs. Frances Moose who i Hughes, American war veterans: trained junior high teams supported
also resigned.i Mrs. Clyde Alley Mrs. J. R. York ('ducationIr:?. quarterback clubs aM
was received as a new member. i JOt Kahn. citizenship anR youth: thus have a decided advantageover .
The club's new year books were ; Mrs. C. T. Howes public welfare! : teams which are forced to r*- THE LARGEST STOCK OF I
li.-4ributed at the meeting and Mrs. V. L. Geiger. conservation place veteran;: players lost bv
each member was asked to P'lY Mrs. Orin Bacon fine arts: Mrs.H. graduation with absolutely green : BlTILDIXGLTEULLS: IN
fifty rents for the hook to help J. Clause, motion pictures: material. I
defray the cost of printing. In recognition Mrs. Alma Farrow health: Mrs. With Ralph Gress acting a" temporary I THE GLADES
of the special: services; W. II. Jones public safety: Mrs. .' chairman the group organized -
.. a quarterback club and elected I
the following officersCIy: o ae Alley president) : Rupert :'otnck.'t'! I
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president: Mrs I/etta l'autz. serletirv -

V J. 'if fi. -". '1: ; .<:::> : and treasurer.The j FREE DELIVERY TO PAHOKEE
'-} ,> ; !, group discussed plans fv
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i- ,) It.: **"' 5&. fv v ?t-- --j*: ,. "J'-) uteKWMtofe / X. L. Garrison assistant roach in I Glades Appliance Corp.
of :'olembt>-
N. -"" charge arrangements -
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r. :: :".: ship drive in all civic organizations -

will l>e started in the nea-
I J : I I future. j Phones 17 and 25 Belle Glade;

ttfWUf/i (OJI.W{ The next meeting the Quarterback I
Gj| { Club will be held at thehigh I
0. school on Monday. Oct. 6. at I 1I
8p.m.
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--;? -':V/oud! you go fc. Europe. Jcpcn or Korea? Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips and

fI Or \\.u.1% \11 !ot,1rW.lr II.,1:..'? .At11 m.UIIi... ha- children visited his p:1rt"ntsIr.: I
h..ll'ri..r l MT1:1! the \rrmii Fun (- iuaiKt to and Mrs J. C. Phillip, in U'au-

tl!I.. any of tli.--,> thin.'- if !nTtli-l- the \nuno" for'> \tarsr chula the, past" -week.-- I

> ri-ore. I He ranhooe to !I.- .1"i.1! lit.-iil\ to Butt in KdJ Hwoell .who has! been take Attention

Kiroj.e IIr \\ illt one of 1 fe: faiiioii- |1..t.II'n tit\1-toll- ill'th.-! ing boot training at a naval base

I r.lr }:I-1. Or hi nnrii''o..> to |I.., tatiori-.J: near lionif fortliffiM in California is spending a leave I

1 full \" '.I r of liUi-ti.i !>tiiriit I\\li-re tlien-\ar.turte..t. here visiting; hi* mother :'olrt""tl" -

Me!i uitlr lOr,1; $ j j".r; sr tire max ....-e. .1.,' ..f the liam McClemthan. and family i CattlemenOur

famous ..iul..it ili\i i-I..u. 1 in Japan or I..rt-a. .

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- _r, ,_ Would you select! a career in aviation? laboratories have turned out

ifcj. gjJf_ Tinou can rigs. anti! e 1I.1r.1II1.1 th.- training FAST AUTOMOBILES something new for stock and on
'ter.'u C.srs! [..,i.Ire; \I''., l.t:! Oah, n"Juin-. ARE OKAY BUT WHAT II' ,
:" TrAl\\\1, ..-'t ...uI4'FwolSr'rlwallar; priyjicjiV"and mental examination WE NEED ARE -- ; I trails it has proven most successful,

, an- that \on I..- a Iit! srhoo" ura.luatf. or that SLOWED and it was made especially for Everglades -

f NOU arc in tb.ir Pornam! ran iuaif\! It'a:: toJa\-! jreat PEOPLE. I use. .

lI'P.trtunil| .. \\uic \onr o\\u tit kt in th<- Air r..n..-.
4 w.NU

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.Would It will be known EVERGLADES
/ you want to learn to fly If von areS .
! >:..S; s-in.sle. :I'O t.. 2 hl "_.. an.J! }have Jia.l tw.. or tnoroars. RANGE MINERAL SALT.

r of lollege ttlin'.itioii IIr U!:r ... \ !"-ut. \"u can I

helt nu'an .\\ iatiopi lt-t \\ itla\ tlt<.l'. :>. \irFon-e. :\owhert- i

('1'1" canou ;:d (setter trai-iitu. for no\\ icr,. ,.1-.. i? a\iation This i is a special mixture of bal-

a.I\an.'ins a- f.1,1 ..i a- f.n .1 III our vuir I I'.n e.sMj .
anced mineral salts and comes in 100

i 'M\\: pound ba.crs.Ve invite you to give it
'* VVouJd! you go to a leadership. school?
rccf a trial 1. and watch the wonderful improvement -
),|BtjVA.. 'If xou 'hair ''I11-1'5"-' l".t.6! rhip.t, ,Mou :: 'M .' .', I' .: '
: a iait to ijr\'!op thi m to thru tull,-,t .' l. *-. \rm t I..\KK SHOHK: :\!, IT. .:: in your stock.

S (f I ,'...Icr-lip! '.-,.lh..I.. are noN ,..In tau.: :: l J..h.! I i COMPANY' : ,t.:.,:, '. .t. r .

cantli.l.tt.'s! fiotntn .. nm-ti to tain-: lliealuai>I le cour-c-, ; urAr.J tc hlt- y :'' ,
i urtvtner w.,rr : ::p-,".:'':;:"
A *h .* Kr--:1': !-: i: :
TllTTM" 311.! \-r I.r. .- ir-' .1.' .' .. . H 'i!>",. po0.sllrt; slat! .. 1 IK<';, . !'i i. i \ ,,. i > ,., \\ .
that .he puk-. for hi" -. !If. '- . \ :s KILGORE SEED CO.I I 1

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thorough an.l t. kt !: t '. It.. a. tt ,> i...

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tent are "i.II'i "-,". : to BHEI>.HITE SHKDSPahukee.
QJrda.s WlT...... FlIrvRE 'LAKE SHOREMOTOR
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Friday. September 26. 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page Five


bn.adca,t to the spectator via :t I Mrs. George M. Bet:: took he. :'L. ar.i"; :.Ins. Alvin Arm tron.;
Clewiston! First I I public address system. And. t.t
.I( t.13uzhtt'1'11'?# Phyllis Eelk. to and t-or.. t>f Miami were guests
course, the colorful and smoothly! 1
Atlanta. Ga.. last wvt-k wnfi over tr! weekt-nd of his I
: l parents.Dr.
On List For Blue working Pahokeo High :::ct.o.ll j
Band under the direction of Bandmaster i Phyllisenrollel, in Emory Ur.-: anti Ms..L Armstrong in
versity. P.I'kn'!
Robert O. Lampi will :
Devils In Pahokee
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas \Vats. : ish music at all the home fum-I j

Davis Gladys! Inez Turner, of Pi- and the band's on the drill field team between will entertain Y...aSY Y tea{.> fa j Coat>{rr..S..>t r..3-0 A.,> .Os. {.T.'s. {s.SC'.>e.>{;.a .>.x.34b x.>

hokee announce the birth of a The Clewiston' Tigers w e r <. 'I V h

sun Thomas Kric. at the Ever- 1 scheduled to invade Lair Fild last halves. :a Office Machine Headquarters ..:
The stal tir.g- lineups for lags::
glades Memorial Hospital on 1 i night and face the Pahokee Hig'i
nisht's game: <:> Underwood Typev riursSund ryaY
Sept. 21. j Blue Devils in the opener for both
I Ce\vst-"n! : Pas.: PahokeoI < :'!r. and Mrs. Marion C. \Var.l teams and the first footbV! ;uiiu.- >
I inav.-ay LE Scott ). Marchant Calctilatin-r MachinesA.
(MyrI Myrtice Chancy) of Belle I of the.<;ea on for the! Glades area. : l>
Keen LT J. Sin:: '" A. ;
Glade announce the birth of a son. I I The Everglades News went t { >; Dick Mimeographs! J
Marion McCrea. at the Everglades [ press too early for the f'<:ll1ts. Martin: L.G Pickett : l..Ihottddrl>:o'o'O: Graphs .. +
Memorial Hospital on Sept. 22. Coach Clyde Allt.oai his Dedish C Canithers!: >:,( F & E Check Writers ;>
I B. Touli. RG BakerA. b
---.-- (I team was i; good phvsioal; con il-: '' Toulis ilTVoodham tin:: H.ALSEGRIFFJTH.. IXC. "i"
tion but with more than a week of >
Fishermen Are In Barton RK
'practice lost because of stormy Taylor -a Phone 2-3SS: ; West: Palm peach )
Ca.-on QB Carr >
Dire Straits weather there was no chance to A
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Thielen! LH Gill: :: > A A A A A S A S A A A A A A A A A A >.A
polish up the plays and spectators Pittman R Snyder:: ? VVVVVVVVVVVVVV<7: V. : VVVVV<9Shrubs a
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JACKSONVILLE:: : --- Jim Massey would pobably e some ragged BEatti'B Oglt

feature writer for the Jacksonville !playing during the game. Alley Officials: Referee. Rupert Mock:
and his assistant. Ralph Gross: '
Journal, in a recent article describes head linesman. Horace Unwin:
the plight of Florida habet n working since the last i
commercial field judare. Boe Pugh. umpire.
fishermen as a result of of August building a team aroundthe Kenneth Mock.
the State:: Game and FreshVater I few letter men carried over -.- and Trees

Fish order that has closed the I from last; year. The !squad" of 20 i i ii Mrs. H. C. Monroe returned to

waters of the St.:: Johns River. is smaller than last year's i Mershon. G'., last week after i
Lake George and Lake Okeechobeo gation which lost only one ag-gn'-I, visit here with her son-in-law and ALL VARIETIES .\T RETAIL

to commercial fishing. ten games but is expected to daughter. Mr. and Mrs. T. L.

Massey points out that the commercial a good showing as soon as it becomes Burns. She was accompanied to Authorized Sales and Service

fishing industry is just seasoned. I Georgia by Mr. and Mrs Burn

about at a standstill as a resultof Lair Field is in the best condition and daughter who!: returned hone JACOBSEX POWER AND

the order and many fishermenare it has been in years despitj last weekend. I

in dire financial straights. local flood conditions. Four hun- HAND LAWNMOWERS
Boats are tied up all up and down dred loads of dirt spread over th > ----I Ii
the river nets are stored and men I field early in the summer raised i

who fish for a living are seeking I the elevation more than a foot andit Classified Ads I ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
odd 1 jobs to feed their families. is now covered with a thick i i II I

Commercial fishing interests are 1 turf. New steel bleachers have I Open: Wednesday and Saturday afternoon-
appealing to the courts for relief. been erected to increase the seat- SEPTIC tanks and grease traps i!
I I lli'O Southern Blvd.! West Palm Bl.'achi
Their case is expected to be heard 1 I ing capacity to 1000. A new improved cleaned and repaired. hone j
shortly. i system of flood lightinghas S.2b Douthit Pahok M17c '
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been installed! as well as an --
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B. McCown of Orlando and !I electric time' clock and score FOR KENT: South 1 3 Section 11, ''
1234 at Sand Cut. Phone
acres
Curtis Alderman of Richmond.Va. hoard. Play-by-play descriptionsof
.. were visitors here Friday. home games this fall will b? 5S4. JUt ,
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laST OK SALE: South half j i

of 10-43-37. About lr 2 miles east
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I. I of Belle Glade-Pahokee Road ?.t ,
I Runyan.' This land is thorough
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ditched. is in the east shore drainage I

PONY CLUB district and lays adjacent to I

the main drainage canal. Will rert ,

I all or part at S15.00; per acre or A. Servant of the Glades
I sell at a reasonable price. Also;
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I'AIIOKEE
I section 1 in the same townshipand ;

drainatre district, which has

recently been cleared at $10.00 per ToMiami:
Chicken how; Mein SI.OOI I acre. These two parcels are surrounded 4 Buses : : I
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...n..n I by sugar cane and vegetable : To West Palm Beach i

WITH NOODLES I farming. Owner. A. N. Kei.nedy. .-
I I; i Daily To Ft :Mvers & Lakeland
Geneseo. New York or your !
la .\l4
broker. St. A 15ch
I ITALIAN SPAGHETTI $1.00 :! i
..._.... WANTED: Long term mortgage i
I I III I. Glades Motor Lines Inc.SERVING
AND MEAT BALLS loans ten to twenty years on .
'I well located farm or cattle ranch

Tenderlion i Steak Sandwich 75c land also business property. C. TilE GLADES"QUIZ !
II I Bailey.- Phone 70. Belle Glade. \1

OX TOAST, POTATOTES, SAL.\D :" ,: HAULING of any kind. See me at
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!! my home on Bacom Point Road: I

I Cuban Sandwich------------- 50c | Frank Chaney. S2>c
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AND GI.\SS OF REEK I HUt SALE: International T-D9. I
purchased August 1915. $3--/)').

I Pahokee Phone 5"". st. SottVi I

; i FOK SALE: State certified planting -

stock Easter Lily Bulbs, far
STEAKS CHOPS FISH
- - sizes two to three 2c. three to fou-

i 13c. four to five 4c. five to six 7c.

CHICKEN L..1. McKinney Lake PlacH.IFU. .

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1 FOK S.I.tXt'w; Willys Jeep.

I Walter Ashley Garage in Beli'Glade. i I

'. Phone, 12fi. Jllch I

j FOR- SALE:--Two---bedroom---house- I Q. What i is the most: talked-about subject in.UVst
I r
, .1. j on Bacooi Point road 5000. I Palm Reach To.Iay *

terms cart boo arranged See:: Ju I .

From \\ lere I sit.. /./ Joe 1Ir1: ) Flatten-or mil 331. S2t>ch I A. PARKING ! ....

| BAIIV CHICKS. Baby Durks f

C O. D. Write for pr."> I lst.: Q. What can be done al>out it?

I David :Nichol Hatchery. RTrlr.iari. :- I
We All ". 3Fun! Georgia XtS--: A. Let LOC BIIANCH. Olive Aver and First St..
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j pullets start laying in Oct Cher. Rest Palm Beach take care of your parking -

:2 "rkvls. eart' 4* (....err.-
Se.b.od) in Our Te..n i j" ."\actlyrrn rf hoer; an.l! f..r the kid. parchee.lazy *' i. problems.Q. .
25 (\'> for the lot. J T. Platt. Can-
( thou h Pete S''an..>n': or the radio.nt: mean eer>* I
mi..u.. claim. he Wpt. till -.:\.-n hixly ha. to like theame thing:'" al Point Bow'A.

.LNJ.: Hut the hardest '..erkinir -o lonii::: athej rc'aha fun. tt>- OKI.K:: 192!: Plym vih C-.sir: >;'
of thE following services
i Any one : entitleyou
man of all i is Huc lh.:li>u-r-on crther. in the h. rail morning. noon and nicht. I Pr..,: Store.: It Ir) :T'FI rErfPAKKlNT; SPACE ALL
{):>ilix-sr.'t! have much time him-
I' -- - DAY if you like: : Fill! with gasoline.; .
up
, Funny thinjf.! Does favorite pr scription ta his patients is: You before the fire with a class .,f beer Sub-division near II"> p''trt.: a Wih: j 1 ,I, t'.: ,'; .n,'.'" ?r !h.ri. a!ion .

ought ta have fun. The pace ofand wait for the phone to rir.; ; Pahoke.C A. Bai y. Ph .r.7": j.i: '. .' ,:, .r ,\ \\ .'x '" '.

modern: living e\rn on the farm a ain. And from where I sit. Doc Belle Glad
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demand some relaxation: deserves each well-earned tanute
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FOK M.F.: New: ('pry ol'r I'--;
of that: relaxation.: : i 61 $!"-'? ---. LOU BRANCH
And a* Doe sa><-fun e* a prunal P-.wer Unit. hp -A

thin For the mi....ui it may of parts with each mntr. '. *.I' '. -
part and motor $ &I) Tr.lirr.iteJ ;- uivAV.: i F.r.- -'
mean a movie <>r a gond book; for Q f/} n >4r
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.t Vf'mm..nt surpl\U prap 'rty ';-- I
(lad. mellow' and (
a refreshing gUs
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Six The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday. September: 26. 1947


:I Prince Theatre this last Friday. ay-Monday.! with Ginger Rogers I! IX TIIF rlRCflT COURT OF THE

Cinematic ChatterBy It was done to call your atten- David Niven and Burgos; Meredithas DeMoya Surveys I FIFTIF.NTHItUICUL FLOKIUl ISSII FOR C1RCUT PALM fit:

tion to one of the nicest picturesthat the stars of the piece. ably assisted REICH COUNTY
Malcolm :Millar
. Miss Ginger Rogers has ever by a large cast of Hollywood Power Co. DamageP. CITY OF PAHOKEE.("II \'i. \O. 23.90.1 :

been seen in on our scrc-en. I'm recognized featured players.The Petitioner.

I have been asked what was picture is "Magnificient Doll", and story, which dates back tithe THE vs. :
STATE OF FLORIDA
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"the angle" giving away the it is due to be screened at the life of President of the United P. deMoya of the Florida: and others Respondent :

beautifully costumed doll at the Prince Theatre this coming-Sun- States of America. James Madison. AMEXOFO: ORDER TO SHOW CAfSF
Light and Power Company made a TO THE STATE OF FLORID.D
Aaron Burr and their love affair complete of THE SEVERAL PROPERTY OWNERS. : -
survey power com- TAXPAYERS. CITIZENS .
with the glamorous lady of th? pany holdings in the Glades district OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMING AND

time. Dolly Madison, but is very on Wednesday of this week. ANY RIGHT. TITLE OR INTEREST
IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTEr
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modern in its directional touch He started above Indiantown and BY THE ISSUANCE BY THE

in-so-much-as it is not stilled ii finished at !T ker's Point on the THE CITY OF WATER PAHOKEE.REVENUE FLORIDAOF BONDS

dialogue, action is fast paced and south side of Lake Okeechobee. HEREINAFTER MORE PARTICUI

there are many other very modern Indiantown suffered no material ARLY DESCRIBED OR TO FE AFFECTED -
IN ANY WAY THEREBY:
touches. Taken in its entirety it damage. The transmission line The State of Florida through the

PIM a is a beautiful show and I'm sine from Okeechobee to the Glades !Sin State Circuit Attorney of said of the State Fifteenth and' the Judicial several

you'll enjoy every moment of i*. first class condition. Mr. de property owners taxpayers citizens
and others having or claiming
TuesdayVednesday brings a Maya reported. Actual damage right. title or Interest In property any to

very clever couple to the screen. starts at Sand Cut and continues be affected by the Issuance bv the City
of Pahokee' Florida of the Water
LINDSLEY'S EXCLUSIVE They are Dana Andrews and Jane around the lake with Belle Glad Revenue Bonds; hereinafter more

Wyatt and they, together with a the hardest hit. particularly described or to be affected -
In any way thE'rE'barE' ht'rebrt'
specially selected cast of support- Fifteen miles of poles and line: quired to appear before the Circuit

ing players unreel a dramatic tale are down from the Everglades Experiment Court of Palm Beach Countv. in the
Circuit Court Chambers in the CourtHouse
with such suspense, action and adventure Station to Brown's Farm at West Palm Peach Florida ;>n

that you will never forgetit. there the entire community i is the 6th day of October.. 1947. at 11-OO
a clock A M and .how ('au.pot!\ tlvprayer
I'm sure you'll enjoy every out of light and power. An emergency of the petition<< filed in the

moment of this cleverly written. plant will be set up soon above and proceeding tht'"atf"r should not be Revenue granted -

directed and acted story. Mr. deMoya said. Bonds therein described and the pro
T ceedincs authorizing. the 1uance
The of Lake
Harboron
No one has ever forgotten beau- community thereof validated and confirmed said
fitful Olivia deHavilland in "Th.tra"h'rry ** the south side of the lake was bond b*>ir.c dated March 1. 1947. be-
e. mz In the aceregate: principal amount
Blonde", and no onTill restored! to power and light service of S237 OO in the denomination '1SI.(1(1

forget her in her !latest picture : on Tuesday of this week. () J152000 thereof maturing serially -

to be screened at the Prince Bean City. Bare Beach and hookers and in S85.0OO the vear thereof 1948 to maturing 1973. Inclusive.sub-

Theatre this Thursday Friday Point have been without se.vice .-- lert tf r,'-*.r redemption on September
4TflEahm 1. 19:9! A
more complete description
since the storm and will ho
"In.' Dark Mirror". Lew Ayres i* of aid revenue bonds toO contained
!her leading man. You all remember cut back in tonight the power in tif petition "n file herein
nO"'En: ORFiERm at West Para
Lew the who .! lln't believe man said.Before Bench.
as chap Florida. this 9th day of Sep
in killingfolks and held ot the wind stopped marine: tember. 1947.JOS
1 S WHITE. Judge or
/ ItARMONYl as a cons>:cif'ntiouEl objector in this across Everglades there were the Circuit Court (>f'tht'

lastvoild: \Var. Folk said h-' repair crews' on the \\"ato. this; Fifteenth Judicial Circuitof '
I Flr"-ida In and TFa'.m
would damage his prt''tighut he I area;' to repair damage. Heavy; : : Reach County
!. duty crews service crews" polo No :2 Pub Sept 12. 19. 26. Oct 3.
hasn't. He i is just as clever: asever
!'('ttingcrt'ws and a swamp bugsyi
,
the episode that caused alltht'
i. ;!f If I heat has been forgotten and i outfit came to the! assistance of

, I : i the local organization.: These outside -
P
: I'm quite sure when you see him

_11t-- L'' and Olivia in this picture, you. to>. I' crews came from many points

l! i'h 'IIIf will forget all about those iisly j in Florida where the storm didn't

-.e. KI I J. !i TLi1I1maiL 1 l things that were said about thi. i hit.
r .
., & The transmission line from Prince TheatrePahokee
.
J; fine I
.. ....t very voting chap. I
.- :.. .:.. . I ; South Bay to Ft. Laudord.ile is an

i,. .. .... II .._ Saturday brings a double fea- (absolute shambles. Poles and wi'sjnre

ture with a lesson on reckless driving i : down in at least ten feet of

-- -- ;._-.!.-.i- done in such a vivid manner water in many places. Florida
-
--c .;:: that it will have you rooted to I The power company employeeshave

your seat during the whole show- worked day and nig'htto Sun.-Mon.: September9: :
ing. It is under the title "Devilon !
in thp of
planning
; more I occasional'naps to refresh them.
Wheels', and has Noreen Nash
of the and medic il
: Officials safety
Darryl! Hickman. Jan Ford and

charming and restful rooms many other well known players I division of the power company in l\f' H. SKlRB.\11 and BRUCE 11.115116Ginger

unreeling: this heart throbbing Miami are on the job looking after

U you want Quality Paints the SAPOLIN name will: story.On. I the safety and health of their men. ROGRS[ D Dovi id NI YEN[

assure it. Undsley's feature this famous line at all of their to
No expense is being spared
Nine Yards. Every need be had and SAPCUN the same program comes
can every in nook and
"Sheriff of Sundown" for the turn on power every { tI
CAN we sell must do your job to your entire satisfaction corner of the Everglades where
Western portion of the day's en
And SAPOLIN PAINTS are super-washable . so easy to the concern has!' earned an enviable
tertainment. It has an all star
:>eep clean. Why not get the best: reputation for \'ingan outstanding MEREDITH[
cast Western players and I'm public utility service. ,Burgess

sure you will find it actionated I
APOLIN FLAT FINISH enough for anyone.I ----- I ff wr .J i3:I. IICRA:{ g(1uu' II'JERT' a WilT

Mrs. T. C. Richardson ill at

\TclTety and pleasing, with a soft just learned through the pa- the Everglades Memorial Hospital.! I A Iieu'cAi"' 'II.<'f

diffusion of glares. Covers smoothly 3 48 pers that I have been vacationing is reported to be improving.Mr. .

and solidly. The decorator-type finish in Hot Springs!' Ark. If this story "
Gal Tues., Sept- ::10-\' t'd.. Oct. 1
for better homes. gets to the boss he'll get the ides I and Mrs. V. C. Denton havereturned

that a fellow who can spend six from a summer vacation I

APOLIN INTERIOR GLOSS weeks in that spot can take a spent in North Carolina. " i'3e 'a k-e. c 3tTt
i Zoo.."_
cut in salary. Heaven Forbid! I

.)-An enamel-like gloss that will resist See von at the movie* Mai.iv !' IN "THE-CAR( riT COIRT. INn I DANA ANDREWS (
I In-: \('H ('UC\T\', i
8 I OK P\I.M
dirt. Brushes easily and dries 49 ; tioKint Vb nri

overnight. Excellent for Kitchen er ; ClitFRvO.. 3J.8S1 i
Bathroom. fur ("lit( TIT roi'KT ...1Tilt: ATI AS KETCHUM : '(
HFTIINTII JIIHCI\I. (-IR( TIT (II' i .Plaintiff.
iitiiiin\ iv \\n i OK ru.M .slur-I,
1:1'01 ('OI'\TS'. DAVID KFICISCMDefrndant g
< SEMIGLOSSan 1111(1.:3.901 I
MUM F TnI'I'J'R
SAP CITY OF PAHOKF-E. TO DAVID KETCHUM OT.eral D--
Pf't It I"r.f'r. Thrus.-1'ri. October( ::' .'lI
satin-finish lustre that I :: rv (Charm<- :I'a' -
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5 8 You arc t..rf'brf'qulM to apprir I
will give surprisingly long wear. 4 THE STATE OF FIORIDA. : in the abo\ Court on the fith day < !
Flows on without brush marks. Dries and other* R"ppr.t- ; Ok-trtwr A D 1'147 a' rhp Co'irt linen
Gallav.rnight. \'It \Dt t> III:Uti; TO -now rrrTO
: WeT Palm Reach Palm Bach Countv I
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TIn STATE OF n OHO..i.f .
Florida o aT to the Bill! nfC'TripIa' tut' iI i;11111e11111i
THE SEVER PROPERTY O'VNFRS : : ::.' f'r Dtiled A aim' 1111111
TAXPVTFRS CITIZENS AND V.TI in 'he ah.ntlti' l cauMan1 ( ."ill' i ID,bNipNS
OTHERS HAVINO. OR CHIMIV.J: EVrHOLADEf NEWS a nrv.-'ppeT. r'u- i 1C, \1 i.
ANY RIGHT TITLE OR INTFREST I .n'1 '
j PROPERTY: TO HE AFFFCTET I _
', rlda hereby d..tln1.tf'd
F;" :' ;:.c I
BY THE IS." 'fANCE BY Tt E .
**.* r o.'p..p..r In Which Thl Order '
("ITOF IMHOKEF FIORII -. ')fTHE ( ,,' hP : .arh week :" I l .
I RFFUNDING BONDS HEREIN -11 : pnNt-hed / are ." .,.. ., ; 'J'
r .r "e. 'i leveekv: 1--'J
AFTER MORE PAR TlftT ARTY I '" ;-'En" --:- .- _-.AI:
) ANI> ORDERED a'V --t PalT.: ... .
DESCRIBED OR TO HE AFFECTEDIN ,
P-'., fi Pant Brach Cnur.tv F:<-rM"
ANYVAY. THERFnY t-: Z.'h 'lav c-f A'enA D 1947
T:.' ?'st'. i-f F:.'rrtlt Thr- -:lth "h.' .1 ALEX ARNETTE
'"f...- 4te, if .t>.. Ffff'O'n"h J'd.i'.l .- Ork: of 'hr Clrc'j't C'-r Situnla> October 1
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Palm Brach C--ir.tv. F'rMi!
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I, PEDESTRIANS
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KILLED IN FLORIDA IN ONE YEAR
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I .' "One of the most serious traffic accident problems un questionably *
: is the pedestrian says State Motor Vehicle Commissioner
: George H. Asbell.Of .
I : -641 motor traffic fatalities during: the last complete year
I 195, or 34%, were pedestrians, a higher death rate in that
I classification than was shown in the previous year's record.

i At least 159 more people will be killed by automobiles in
i : Mr. MotoristOBSERVE Florida this year during the fatal months of March, April
: ; and May. Of these 54 will be pedestrians if the latest record -
,! : prevails. The indications are that fatalities will be even
I MAKE greater. 7 out of 10 of these deaths will occur at night and
I I SAFE DRIYING three-quarters of them will be walking or crossing in a way
I : A HABIT to contribute to their own deaths.

! I This is a timely warning! Be alert to traffic hazards when
I : you are a pedestrian. Cross at properly designated crossings.
: : Don't rush out from between parked cars in the middle of
: I the block. Never walk against the light. On highways walk to
the left, facing traffic.

ALL it's your life at stake. Walk safely-live longer

TRAFFIC RULES
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KEEP YOUR CAR -
IN GOOD. REPAIR THIS SPACE DONATED BY

DON'T TAKE CHANCES
PAUL RARDIN
Prepared by tht Ano i.ted Dafii:!
of Florida, the! Florida Poi Ar io- .
ciafion. and the National Co"'arva- COUNTY COMMISSIONERFriday
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Page Eight The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Fn.. ," ..pt"" 2

,. Lucille SalvatoreOra D. Cauaill.: accompanied .t: t
.., Jg r ywx Revival Attendance
J y ,
i yr y Mrs. Gai
J'*yfy p p W 4 J r: oy 3m. and Ci v
; y JaMH Faye Cranford i Miss Joan McLartv. accompanied Is Reported Good

by Mss Yvonne Fraser. Piano :,.'-
Honored ShowerThe I
I :lettsonsere played softly by Miss Lat rrt:; n'tigregations: are attoni.-
'Fraser through the evening. ins; the revival services now inpiogia&s
Pahokee Woman's clubhouse; The brideelectere assisted: bv
at the First Baptist
s:4 4 \vav the scene of an outstandingsocial i their mothers. Mrs. Carmen Salvatore Church of Pahokee. The musical

t4 -' event Tuesday evening when Sr., and Mrs. Bessie Cran- program is in charge of Mr. T. I:.
sJ Mrs. J. T. Pickett. Mrs. H. C. ford. with the brides books and Bush.; of Colquit. Ga. Three choirs

r. a +k k Graham and Miss Verla Jeffries. the display of the many lovely consisting i of adults, young people
hostesses'; entertained with a gifts. and juniors have been: formed. Ta
..y v brides' miscellaneous shower honoring Refreshments of cake punch evangelist Rev. Pat \Vimberly! of
xt Miss Lucille Salvatore who and ice cream molded in the formof Bartow. is doing the preaching.

. / will become the. bride of Albert pink hearts with white cupids Sunday night he will preach on,
.. y. Roy Herron. Jr.. on Oct. 3 and were served by the hostesses and -The Second Coming of Christ."
3 '" S ,Miss "Ora Faye Cranford who will their assistants. The many; friends The services will! (continue through
become the bride fo Gene McDowell cf two brides-elect were invite next week, nightly at seven thirty.A .
on Oct. 12, both weddings I guests. most cordial invitation is extended -
scheduled to take place at th. to all to attend by the pastor -
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First Methodist Church. The host- Rev. C. A. Moberg.
t eases'; were assisted by Mrs. L. \ I| Skeeters, Big Hungry i ..
i Armstrong Mrs. Carmen Salva
Singing Group To
i tore. Jr., Mrs. B. Elliott. Miss Joan I I Rascals, Visit UsI

.,-, : McLartv and Slips Nell Latham I Meet In Pahokee
y'x9 .yR co-hostesses. I i 1 -
The interior of the clubhousewas I I Va-riety i i The Palm Beach County SingI -
transformed into a vision of : invaded this area Tuesday after I ing Convention will!! convene in Pa-
loveliness for the affair. The two noon. Big ones. Black ones. And. I hOi! ('. at 2:30 p. m. Sunday at the
brides' tables and the tea table htln r'hf'n! they hit a person t Baptist church it was announced
were decorated with festoons! of they didn't slow down until they 'yesterday by the president. A cordial -
,, pink and white streamers and bouquets had !sunk their whatever it is they invitation i is extended to all to
of pink lilies! with a bank >>f sink into a person to lap up some attend.
i.a"y2)dwc' potted palms in the backgrourd i good red blood. Where the skeeter I --.--
b I: and! all of the hostesses and co- : had been during the hurricane is t I Mr. and Mrs.V.. H. Webb have
< hostesses were attired in formal I(deep dark mystery but they cane i returned from a visit with hi*
I' evening gowns. II'tout of hiding and when they did brother and family at Lake Ali -

by4 ... : .. I Vocal solos were sung by Mrs. D. I thev came with a vengeance. j bert
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)...- Evelyn Dolores Holcomb

Mr and Mrs.': R. G. Holcomb ofCartel.sville. ta. men's lieraiy society.Mi. .
Georgia, announce '. M-Call was a graduatefrom E.soy i' 1eZo
the engagement of their daughter Pahokoe High School Paho
Kvtlvn Dolores! to James L. .Ic- kee Fla.. in 1943.;:) Soon after his ; 7
u t easi4 5I
Call, Jr., of Port :Mayaca Florida, Kiaduatu h<- enlsted: in the U.
the marriage is to take place in S. Navy and! served in both the j IAkczctions
early Jf nuarv, Atlantic and Pacific areas. Aft-r
The !. i<'('-< !".,t it: MI'bll ( "J; ters- his discharge he entered Bob Jones
ville I'-;'.,11 -c' !"'x' nil' as graduate ('( !I'''ge where he is a member of '
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horn Cassvun- l.igh School the Bob Jones Mmisteral;; Aci.
in 1915. In January of l\h. SJh' tii" vine \lphi' Ofpga P-lta
entered Bob Jones College -.\' U' After their marra.' >' V: .. v oink;
she was a member of Sigme I.am- couple! plan! tn contim.th; ir ed"-

da Delta Literary Society an I cation at Bob Jones University! inGreensville.

cheerleader for .\!oha Ime -a De-! S. C.


| are urged hy Mrs. Boynton to attend c
Girl Scout Troop}
the meeting next week. Thisis
OrganizedPahokee I j the first time in several years f z r -- mar=. I
[ that Pahokee has had a girl scout
':troop and parents should! give> this .
- A Pahokee Girl Scout a- try .ctf
Troop is
I[worthwhile movement their fullest
being organized by Mrs. Joe Tom
{ cooperation.
Boynton under the sponsorship of I .
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the Pahokee First Methodist I
Woman's Society of Christian j (\\UI) 01 THANKS
Service. I We wish to thank our many

Regular! meetings are being held |Iuiiends and relatives for their
at the chiych on Tuesday afternoons | kindness during the illness and
at 3:30.: On Tuesday afte"- death of our beloved! wife anJj
noon of this wf't'ktt'p were takento j daughter Erma Turner We shall
complete the organization: of always remember the kind worth v
the troop and plans were made fora and beautiful floral offerings I
party the date to l N, announcedAll May God's richest blessings rest
girls of the community wm j upon each and f'\'cry'n. of you. I '
have reached the age of ten years,i 1 Robert Turner
are eligible to join the troop and l Mr and! :Mrs R p Dirranc,
I FLORIDA WILD ANIMAL AND REPTILE RANCH.

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