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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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October 10,19.17 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BV PAUL RARDIN




CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY






Parents, TeachersOf $100,000 Emergency Marshall Plan Is Dickie Johnson Is Pahokee And Belle

Fund Available For Rote Student :MemberDickie


Canal Point In Flood Repairs Mrs. York's Topic Johnson son of Mr. and 'Glade! To Operate



First Meet Of YearThe Army J.\CKSOX""ILLt engineersednesda; >The released Before The BPWC"The Mrs hokee R, was C. (introduced Dick* Johnson last Thurs in Pi- I Migratory Camps

day as the student member of th"
SIOO.OOO for
emergencyrepair Pahokee Club. D. D. Cat
first meeting of the school, of dam., dikes and spillway Marshall Plan", how i it Rotary I On Tuesday of this week niern-
dill principal made the introduction
year was conducted by members -. in the flooded Lake Okee- will influE'ncethe destiny of our hers of the Florida Vegetable
I and pointed out that Dicki:*
of the Canal Point ParentTeacherI cholwp I
area.The nation and what effect it will hav'on had been chosen after due consideration Committee in nWf'tingat Belle
Association in the school audi
announcement followed a us, as individuals if carried out on the part of the facul I Glade decided that control of t.ie
torium Monday night with the
Uhite House interview
bj Senators
was explained by Mrs. J. R. York. ty. He will attend all Rotary meetings three migratory camps in the Pa-
new president. Mrs. D. L. Friend. Holland and :
Peppervitn guest speaker, in an address to during the school term and at hokee-Canal Point area should
presiding for the first time. I go
President Truman
which
during members of the Everglades Business i- I each meeeting he will be expected; to the Pahokee HousingAuthori' '
The PTA voted to continue its
President told them he hopesto t
and Professional'o01an':? to take guest another member and
a control of the two in
rponsorship of local 4-H clnbs camp.s
attend the dedication of the
Club at a club meeting held Tuesday of the high school. Dickie is i the Belle Glade-South Baar'a
and a girl scout Brownie troop. Everglades National Park Ier. 6. _
Mrs. James Miller was named night at the home of Mrs I 1 a senior. I j.should go to the Belle Glade lions
Alma Farrow and her Miss
- sister. ? ----- Much
girls 4-H club leader and the new i j ing Authority. controversycentered
I
Lucille Williams hostE'sE's.Irs.:
Brownie leader will be Mrs. Edith ( around the decision on
Hunters Are York was introduced by Mrs. \\11oIa !-
Frog Governor
f'mith assisted by Mrs. Joe Edenlield. Friend international relatiorschairman Rotary j |i the two. camps in the Belle Gladearea.


the pencils.sale The as of group fund-raising Christmas also cards pponsond projects and Making Big MoneyThe the program., who was in charge ,if !i Is PahokeeVisitor i!' Florida The labor Vegetable committee Committee of th-


At the business session: with the i pressed by the Federal
Arrangements were made to purchase government's. -
Tommie Lee Du- I
a dishwashing machine for frog business is big busi prt'sidl'nt.Irs. James I. Keller. Jr.. district govicrnor I Oct 1deatlJinf' to complete -
Bo!'e. presiding, the group voted'
the school's lunch room. ness. Big frogs and little frogs j of Rotary International I negotiations for the transferof "
assist in
funds to meeting expenses
Mrs. Friend named chairmen of it makes no difference there is of the Halloween paid his official visit to the Pi'hokee I eight South Florida camp

standing committees as follows* public '! club yesterday. Gov. Keller !, honored the bid! of the Belle Glade
a market and good for all
a one carnival and party to be given fo- '
Mrs. James Miller hospitality: : was favorably impressed with sousing Authority for custody ,,f
I I sizes. Pahokee and Canal Points the children of Pahokee and Canal
J\Jrs.A. II. Scruggs membership: the work the club is doing and its i both Okeechobee and Osceolacamps.
"em to be the center of frog activity Point on the night of Oct. 31 I
D. L. Friend program: Mrs. Wilma since the hurricane. of plans for the forthcoming. He .j But it was understood th"t
under the
joint sponsorship
Lence. publicity: Mrs. Harold had a few suggestions for committees [ the rival groups would get together -
Fabulous amounts are being; PTA and civic organizations. ?!"!'. ,
Rosenberg lunch room; Mrs. Marvel made hunters. On I of the club and theses suggestions very soon and set up a join"
nightly by frog Sarah Thomas was elected .lr t
child welfare D. L. th { control authority for the administration -
Griffith : : will be carried
'
chap went out the other night and vice president tr 11 the vac.lne'yleft ouiia I
Howell 1 ol the Okrectobec camp
Hooks and Mrs. A. Q. 'utu f.
12000.
caupfit enough to earn Mrs.
of
by the resignation
recreation project committee. Cn Wednesday night Gov. Keller which lise about midway betweenthe
special Yep. that's right. $120. The Clark Wilkinson who has roved, to :
WhOl-1 I I'I and two Glades communities.
sale house in Pahokee Belle Glade. Mrs Oleen ;; tayhorr met with the aims objects

Following the meeting a reception per pound for dressed Mrs. Hazel Chastain aid Mrs. Mildred I committee at a special meeting at Dade County farmers acceptedthe
was held for the school teachers Sam Chastain's ranch near Indian- leases for two camps in that
hunter to
isn't unusual for a frog Schoeppel were welcomed ns I
in of the of fish county Brow ard County spokesmen -
with the men charge town. A delt'ctabIerE'past
go out and come in with enoughto new members. Refreshments were
program. D. L. Friend program dress out 100 pounds. served by the hostesses. hush puppies. cole slaw grits, tomato signed for another camp near

chairman the welcome address and coffee was served Pompano. and the Pahokec-Cansi
gave Bob Durrance of the Pahokee This meeting was just one of a I gravy
Charles Curtner two the 15 members of the committee Point group took over the three
sang Fish Company in Pahokee is doinga series of special events connected j j jto I
vocal solos at the and Gov. Keller. Homer Clause campsin that area. There was no
accompanied business in frogs. He grades I
big with the club this week in observance -
piano by Mrs. G. Lawton Sims.: and packs them and takes 'em :c of National BU'lint'ssVom' 'land CharlE's'indy<(< ) Willis were conflict over the leasing of the Os-

Poems in compliment to the teachers Miami where they are frozen and an's'E'ek.. On Sunday morning in charge of the cooking and serv- I ceola campfor white canning
G1a.1authority "
were read by A. Q. Howell D. shipped to the markets in Chicago club members, as a bodattpnded i| ing. To say that their efforts plant workers by the Belle

L. Hooks and Mrs. Friend. Milwaukee and New York. More services at the Canal Point Bap- :. were thoroughly appreciated b>r j[ but the Baand anticipatediclish HalleGlade
South
Lovely red rose bud vase cor- than 3.000 pounds weekly are goIng the group is putting it mildly. i I between
tist Church to hear an inspiring Okeechobee -
presented to the sir Gov Keller complimented President i for control of Camp
pages were to northern markets from this sermon by Rev Don Pinson. Monday | ,

teachers who are as follows: Mrs. one dealer alone it was! pointed night they were guests' of the Bacon of the club publication popped up at the morning

VVilma" Lence, principal and first out. Many other dealers are work- Belle Glade B&PWC at a dinner i The Mirror. The president received I res!"ion.

grade; Mrs. Lucille deMoya, second ing this territory. party in the Clewiston Inn. The verbal pat on the back I James Ball Belle Glade packinghouse

grade: Mrs. Marvel Griffith for his selection of committeemen operator !submitted the formal -
club events
week of was
special
third grade; Mrs. Clara Maure-. ------:---- scheduled to end Thursday with a who are actually Retting the job bid of the Belle Glade lloinin -
'
fourth grade: Mrs Sorchie M \VSWNOnTheAir done | r Authority for the two cam's
benefit bridge supper party at the IR Rob..rts' hidbeen
Baird. fifth grade and music: Mrs!' I The district" governor has beer p.nnoun'ingthat
Cvpress" Inn in Port :Mavaca where
Time SundayRadio
Vivian Mercer, sixth grade. Mr First 70 a member of Miami Rotary since employed tentatively a* camp
laid for
James Miller. Mrs D. I... Hooks plates were 192 and served on the board M I manager with an assistant to b-

and Mrs. Violet Hall acted as Station WSWN in Bell> -- directors for five years He was assigned to the negro camp

1 hostesses during the serving of refreshments. Glade went on the air for the first ; prE-sidtnt of that club in 1941-42 C. F._ Cntchfield of South Bay

I( time last Sunday afternoon with 4-H Club Is BeingReorganized The governor is a genial chap and I promptly entered a protect and

1[ a special program broadcast from during his stay in Pahokee renew- I said that the South Bay farmer
4- Pahokee
the Everglades Theatre in Bell NI acquaintances and won many wanted Okeerhobre and had prepared

Glade is visitingthe I plans for its operation "at a
new frunds Today he
Paul S. :Maynard 59, The Belle Glade high school Miss" Sara Hort..n. county horn Belle Glade club. !!'liehtJhiJh..r?: rental to the present '-

Dies In Clewiston ban furnished special music .for demonstration agent, and MrsMiMr j _ occupants Rill argued that

the t'c3sion and Uncle ..eBillRtlly 'd Muhiu assistant CliO I w I the two ramps could be operated

Band from Miami wrs agent and county girls 4-H club li- Ii i Two FFA :MembersGet j mar.efficiently and more ec ..nomj -
Paul] Seymour Mavnard.. .V*. of
also on the program ret tor. !spent' Tuesday here making j iraIv! under a single authorityj
Clewiston died
at the Clewiston
Belle Glade Mayor N" D Lloyd. arrangement for the re-orpaniza- Planters Degree j was supported by Mrs Ilutn'Wedgworth

hospital Sunday evening. Oct. .'. Mrs Ruth \\'d worth. tate Hep tioi : f girl 4-H chubs at local! "' of Belle Glad.- who.I o
,
following extended illne-s Hiwa .
an .
| B Elliott and Paul Rardm were s
> a resident of Clowi-ton fop speakers on the program alonswsth ( IT_ t. Get t.e snrls J-H t.l-i"- -. memberof tie P.th.skee : smaller farmers than -'omf '

13 years, an emplove of the U :. the station maraser. Youn? I startf"1t .*.. Pit-iik sir d C"hapt.'r. F n t'a r f. Farmers of those in the U...!'- O'a.le are I

Sugar Corp. and veteran of T''If:1t". n wh,'r.. Mr (;.,.. B Fiinevwil'' "\' .tnene a. were p't''of''l| witi that hnth large and small' farnv'f

World War I. The Belle Glade station tome I' as r Pit'Legion'.,'a,to! .\ State Plant d..gres at II I tiouV1 get equal ron-Tatiofi many
,
Funeral services were htKl Tue+- into the Pihokee-C.mil Point ar t r:..tine of the 'hapt..r in the high! I I allocation of fieM lMr
-- ---
daat the ClewKon First .
Baptist .
as clear ala a bell ard iirrxiri; su".)1'.1 I building Monday nlg!> It was generally b. l-eve l tha'
,.,,-
Church Rev
with liCrca.y
ll -.'
<
some lnto'rot'a:: prt'gr.u' Dart. wh specialized in th. growing ; the Belle Glade and Sooth

: officialise lturi.il was atthe I --- -- J i Plans For (.f beans and raising of potil- ''pro'ip would\ snrceed in worfclnr:

Port IIY'C'mt'h'r}. To Go I Home Talent flay 'rv, grossed SI.100 from b? FKA.p I nut some _atlltltrtln' formula fay
Two Students ..
Survivors include his wife Bonnie : Okf'N'hr' ,...
I 5.. n.M'tJ projects over a thr"If the wb-!#>a I\\'n"rd. five s 'non.- .!au :.''- '! :
'To Pan-Am MeetMari ., .' .. f penod. Andrews. who for
I "P- r" ;I tt :" t-r > H: > Canal |camp.
ter and four : tt'f'dHh:; tt'na
P.:-* Lee:..*i P ...! 212. srn"d.lt the mOIst part grew beans but also -- --

.--- I l' '.t. 'i .,, : F' \.k ft.- u..d a few chickens. greased !1 B Fil. tt *( "'.irt: s'r
try '. ,. f. r Mla\ n; ht. wa! r"">:4'- Rn "f'"mpA. ,

Mr and 1lrs. S" 1-:. Gamma.plan ,, z. lt.' Jr. :"' :'.!" f P'. 1.\1 p.m.-.l\ '.rt: M. .T! tY npht. Oct 13. TrtO ver the wire pentxl <,1 Time fciat..r J-- rVa-ha I1-- Ve.

?n rune this month from Pi- I t'.u,:1 r'.'r. d:: tl 1-.!'t ;U!! -1 J r.'ser.t at A.w. h t.n-f the post will mak The pres 'ntat:on of the 'l"'Kr-* :, :r..Hi..-r and Ralph Blank "f sea'

t:okra to 1..1 kt' Worth where they Pifcokeo: High: S" *. *iI 1 .tt f-e irte -- pu"1.1': sp.'rsring; a benefit plav was, ;nade bv. Ri.-hard L. Brook! Palm Bea. h. made a quirk r1arprn

will rake their home and where I t.-nal ioif,.r.T., ,> "f i-Vmer- .n ttcbcs1 a-iditonum It will rthrrt /.. I ( hapter advuor t' TaM-: ***** Tuesday totake

ht, is e-nplt>ved by the Citif Lake Amer-ii36 Clubs to b.- *:ol.1 i it the U..bert s '-art play with a home ta-: James Sun wa ..!...:ted pre.-' ', part .n the err.erjtnrir meeting

'\\'rtblhtlt'J<. The Gant:agc' Richter Hoteln M:airi Beach *rt cast w..th state iitfril for t.'

tare s>1,1 their residence on Ra- CXt 1:;-1' Marcaret Ie trine Pr.iJc: C.rrparv std it u' ex- Ml the vacancy- left by !-.. "-..-- i';rpoN (.f fe" .tirg anenP *r').-n rna .

cora P >:"t Head to Ar.dv CulUr- sponsored by the Lions Cl'.h a.r.d p-ecte-1.! I'. *v r're4.et arn'! t. rat:. r. -,f Mar OJ i Ogle rot -t"y.t. r.i.f: star: frr the fl .r4-wtr'r"

!'l'n Frar.k b> the P..' arC"'.V- f.r-t f N \..-t-.r ;T-h. q .."i-c ::.,;:". a, !"J,. 1 Fverga-4e:: area



Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday. October 10. 1917


THE EVERGLADES NEWS j Bible Class Holds : R.-ad.Ft'lwsr.n: Hall '-n B.1C-1 Point F. E. Bryant Estate

Election Of OfficersT Tie ordinance of baptism:' will JeJluctt"d :'. To Widow, Daughters
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region i I ,, .
c -: Sunday at three o'ciot:
E-tabH-hed: 11)21) Published EvertF'r'idayl 1 -.. .. r.--n1 Point Church.
election f off'correce"t- : Baptist by ':tic hulk of the estate of Fr.t' .'.!-
Subscription Price 2.00 Year Advance ly ('old1!:*,ted by the Pahok hn'-: Ke\ C. A. Mnht-rg. pastor of the !uk Edward Bryant goes to Jj:s
\Mo Clas. resulted in the tsn'\nrr.oui First Baptist Oh"rch <>t' Pa.ioke-- : .iis'ters. Elizabeth: Bryant P: tf
The En'r'a.Jesews' Is Entered at the Post Office i The candidates Mr :. W. 11 '
choice of the following ae ? and Catherine Hiyar.t Beach and
In Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter sworth Keen, president: C. K. n ',ers. Mrs V Hc-nderson. Hues- his widow. Minnie B. Bryant. a<-'
i \Vroten first vice president: A. ton Conntll. Mrs C. R. Wetrerins- cording. to the petition for fin iliicharge
Paul Hardin Owner Editor Publisher C. S'into. !'t'condice president: ton. Jr.. R. D. Hardaway. Mr. and < of the estate filed 1'1
I Homer Barnes, third vice president i- Mrs J. D. .\_nt.'r. Mr. and Mrs the office of Judge:: Richard F
Fancy Government ChecksI : \\'. Tilh5' fourth vice president J, C. Blanton. Gene Butler. Leland Robbins.As.ets.
always like to receive check, and who doesn't like to : Paul Watson rt"conHngSl'C- Becton. Melvin Herndon and Manly 'i I included 125 stares .)ft'rited
iret! j'ood one, !but sometimes: they are lob of trouble. An etary Jack Chastam. assistant : H<'rndon. The public invited.. States Sugar Corporttirstack
xamnle) i is: those: ;government checks. . ogling secretary: J. R. Miller. : As a result of the faculty meet : 100 shares of American
corresponding secretary: C. A. ing of the educational department Machine Foundry stock and more
Not long checks were printed on regular : -
so : ant government: I! '
Church V
corresponding of the First Baptist
.
tiaohle. assistant;
than 1.000 shares of Dahlber
didn't matter-
paper, but evidently this complicate ;
Monday night
secretary: Rtppaid Cowart. song i Pahokee. conducted
Corporation of America stock.
enough, so homebody thought up the cardboard tyle. That a
leader: Ralph Grimes. assistant I i with some seventy attending Frederick Edward Bryant f T
would have been alright, if they had stopped right there song leader; Rev. C. A. Moberg. large attendance expected Sunday whom the town of Bryant was
but they started i iuinrr. instructions with each check. teacher and pianist. Elmer Jon in the School and Training named. was a pioneer in sugar
Now you have to be as: careful with a government checkas assistant pianist. Union. The pastor. ReC.. A. development in the F.'ergLtd.s.
you do with a dozen eg-g--. You mu>nt bend 'em, you The: Class Quartet Gene Butler, I I Moberg. will preach a special! .
-
musn't fold 'em, you musn't stick 'em on a spindle. About R. Cowart. B. "'. Wood and Dr. I I sermon at the morning hour of" I -

the only safe thing i is walk around holding 'em inour D. S. Spooner. will present programs i i I 1 eleven. "After Conversion.service What will be ': Barber Shop Opened
hand, and u guy feels awful foolish walking around clutch- each Sunday morning. wit An evangelistic ;I'i
7:30 hour. The:
entered into at the !
ing a check. Ralph Grimes assisting. The group I JByW.M.Batchelor
musical will be led dy
I always like to receive checks:: and who doesn't.Its captains will be announced later.A program Cowart. The public w i
not so bad for the womenfolks since they carry voluminous fish fry; under the direction or i Reppard invited. '| Batchelor's Barber Shop in Pa-
: social vice president Homer I j cordially I hokee is open and ready for business -
pocketbooks in which to deport nearly everythingbut .
will be entered into short-I f I in the
Barnes building recently vacated
the !kitchen stove. Come to think of it, I bet ome wom-
l y. This Sunday's lesson. "Christ Word has been received here of 1 I by Parrish Jewelry Storj.
thought that cardboard check idea. You know the
an up the Minister of Better Things." the birth.of a son to Mr. and M.?. W. M. Batchelor is the proprietorand
check comes in, a guy stands around holding for a few will be taught by; the teacher. A Harold Fletcher in California on I he extends a cordial invitation
minutes, then turns to the little woman and says: "Here most cordial invitation extended Sept. 10. Mr. Fletcher was a resident to his friends to come in and take
honey put this in your pocketbook." You know whose checkit to all unaffiliated men to at- here while attending Pahokec I a look at the newly equipped and
is 'from then on out.-Bert Close in Arcadia Arcadian. tend. The class meets at 9:45: in High School. I I I redecorated tonsorial emporium.


Two Of A Kind .

Husband : "I passed Joe on the street yesterday and he
refused to recognize meThinks I'm not his equal, I guess."

\\'ife'ell., you certainly are his equal He's nothing
but a bluffing, brainless concieted idiot !"Hniton, \V.
Va., Reminder. rHi/P
----------------------- -- - - - - - ArUIlE ON

most traiterous jobs. ;

Cinematic ChatterBy I During the occupation these V

Malcolm Millar I films were shown to Allied espionage -

.. men behind lines in France so -
that could become familiar -- :::: : : =
they
If it's a Cagney picture it's rammed --= : ;; -
full of swiftly moving action I with the people they must avoid.I . -
All this will be proved to movie : don't think you will ever remember -
fans who attend the Prince I i sitting through a more ;
I :::
:
Theatre this coming l1nday- Ion- absorbing picture than this one. It .._ ,
day when "13 Rue Madeline" I is loaded with the art of suspense
moves* in for the two day nin. I!I that clutches at ones throat and '
James Cagney is the principal seems to make the heart beat s o 0J ::
;II ;: i'--
male star and Annabella is listed fast: Stifle<, you at times.
right up there with him. Among Every member of the cast rates .
orchids for there is not roll 4; at 'a r,
the chief featured players ar' one .r
Richard Conte. Frank Latimore. !'portrayed that is not masterly r
Walter Abel Melville Cooper and i, done. From the smallest bit playI : n'a-Ialinn ...11I.1 "y the bur. +,c,. 1k T1rieanr
Sam Jaffe. I I right up to the stars everyone in nlY "I. I... ii-. 1"I.tl'" "t, -y,' -
The picture marks the first time is on his toes, lending the kind of jr.lI'Ia..1 from the pr.anl 1.t1..r
that James Cagney has accepteJ I support to the stars that makes 10.1.-, .:-... "Ilier! are"-" 'i.r .Ir..1.
an outside offer since he and his great pictures. In ltti. h'I..h",1"' ulli",'.. olwra-, s ti' h r"""' \ "' +'

brother !et up their own produc- |i I don't hesitate to give you a' ? h rv III.In\ their 1".1" Mhilr a
inr company several years ago. I this picture with the reccomenda- ;:tj Z, ain'1"w-.n lLr Luil'lin2! : 'ra.I..1 : o,p.. toin
'tion of a showman who has :spent .
The films of this story were water, 11,1..1 the leveland
mad' secretly, and at the risk uf I this life in this racket and believesho la ;ii.anl:: Warr.' drnn'li.hrd two
knows show when he takesa ,. .
a
of the
death
by photographer '
"IIi 1.1 ill:!" Iwforr h..1f r.r+ '
French underground. They sho-: gander at it.
collaborators at some of their j See you at the moviesMai. *

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The Recent Hurricane Demonstrates Again
Sunday-Monday, October 12-13:

Southern Bell's Ever-Readiness to Serve You


. Come Storm or Fire, Hail or High Water

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":-n, With the. l fir-t Naming; of the Ix>ui-. \\lio. ttad at Ih.-ir to" Iiln.ard"
; S THAT MAKES / :
x-.:. .-1. al'1'roa.'hiii| | : hurricane aloii: lint iIlhrla-dine-N.totit i thru |ira.>.-.I.A I.
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teV
r y all ""lllI"rll I Ill 1','r-onnel in nu"fit to "ork n'|iairin;; a .IJmJe

the >.. ..trriitat.'" "aal I.. -Iriliorif| fa<'ilitir* that ran into. hun

,Ttrtl for atti.m. < >r.I Ir- for r'jui|>mrnt dred-of thoii-aiid-of dollar-ami totalled

",Tf rll.I..1 I lo tli.- \\ ...h'rJl I'ltilrirO more than I<'o.ooo break- -er\i i.....

>mian\. l itlrr.'Il.1 .'re"- from adjoining Skilled repairmen "..rl..1) .iroiind tlirI

; -1e Ir aQ -t.lh.-IH"n..1| into thrr.ttriH-il .1.I ...k Mailing through. tnilof >".IIIII'| H

art-a 1.1| trn"' ". j>l.intami train. I I'r\ .In.llIl.lr.* battling "ill.f l. v.ater '-1'-ii

.'tT..rt \...- ...'n..ltr.III..I..n _. t ttin-j -I kill<-.I l fiiak--. It vt.ia tr<-minlou.. job. lot

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Friday October 10, 1947 The News
Everglades Canal Point. Florida PAre Thre
-

Alley's Blue Devils Change In ColorIs CHURCH OF CHRIST, 1Cypress
Gardens
Add Gesu To ListThe :SCIENTIST
Suggested For "ARE SIN, DISEASE. AND : In The Limelight

Pahokee Blue Devils U. S. Paper :MoneyMost DEATH REAL?" is the subject ..*
really the
Lesson-Sermon which will be I
tad to work for WINTER HAVEN "
their
20 to 7 victory : read throughout the world on Sun- Recent
the people would Fettle for events at Cypress Garedsn
over figthing Gesu Crusaders : day. October 12. are
from :Miami in the second more of the same but Rep. Edith : :Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Watson have I rapidly pushing this Florida attraction -

game of the season for the local Nourse: Rogers 4 R.-Mass.: .) thinks The Golden Text is: "He that is had as a guest the past week her into the foreground as

eleven on Lair Field Thursday it's time to add a little variety to our God is the God of salvation; brother Winton Anderson of Oliver an important center for the pro-

night of last week. The Blue the monotonous green motif of U. and unto God the Lord belong the Ga. I duction of high fashion publicity

Devils dominated the field until S. paper money. issues! from death" (Psalms 68: :Mr. and :Mrs. B. Elliott had as pictures which preview and fore

the middle of the third quarter Her feminine tastes may have 201. guests over the weekend her cast the trend of styles to be worn

when the Crusaders propelled by inspired the idea. But different Among the citations which com- brother and sister-in-law.: and by American women.

the powerful passing arm of Jack colors she told Treasury Secrt- prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following :Mrs. J. P. Parker of Tampa. The pictorial spotlight of the

Whelan and the breakthroughruns tary John \V. Snyder would makeit from the Bible: "Think not i I :Miss Nell Dunaway has returned fashion world was focused on Cypress -

of John Bush came back much easier to distinguish de- that I am ('orneto destroy the law, I from a visit of several weeks with Gardens during the past two

strong to set the Pahokee eleven nomina tonss.: or the prophets: I am not come todestroy 1 her sister :Miss Sara Dunaway, in weeks when Dave Pcskin. outstanding -

back on its heels until the final The Post Office Department but to fulfil" Matthew.- ------. .. Valincta- ---- (-aMiss --.- color photographer for

whistle. she argued has always colored 5:17: I : :Nell Vivian Gammage hs I' Collier's magazine, moved his expensive -

The stage for the first Blu 3 postage stamps to show different The" Lesson-Sermon" also includesthe returned to Arcadia after a visit equipment from New Yorkto

Devil touchdown was set in the values and the Treasury Department following passage from the with her brother and sister-in-law 'r Florida to make a so'nesf

first quarter when a Gesu fumbI' should do the same will Christian Science" textbook "Sci i I Mr. and :Mrs.: S. E. Gammage.Mr. pictures which will be featured in

was recovered by Fred Taylor on paper money. ence and Health with Key to the : and Mrs E. J. Carlton hd j i December or January: issue of

the Pahokee 30. From there Julia Congresswoman visualized Scriptures" by :Mary Baker Eddy: as guests the past wC'C'kIr.: and i' Collier's, previewing the cntis2

Snyder carried the ball to the Pa- such colorful combinations as violet ; "If sin. sickness and death are as Mrs. Verne Burrows and daughter I'I wear and sports clothes. styles! of

fcokee 39 where Full back John 5.. sky-blue lOs and orange I real as Life. Truth and Lov;. Beverly, Wisconsin.. I I the 194S season.Working .

Ogle broke through right tack 20s. For rarer 50s. 100s and up. then they must all be- from the :Miss Ann O'Connell has accept-I|: with an advance seloc-

on a 61-yard run to pay dirt. Joe Treasury artists could let their same source: God must be their ed a position in :Miami following tion of play clothes and sportswear

Kent Carr's place kicked the extra imaginations run to romantic hues author. Now Jesus came to destroy I her recent graduaton from th.' j styles which were designed

point. In the second quarter th" like orchid ochre or coral pink.If sin, sickness anti death; yet Gibson School of :Modeling there" i by some of the nation's leading

Blue Devils took the ball on their the bill :Mrs. Rogers promises the Scriptures aver 'I am not: I :Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. manufacturers Fe kin made

own -17 and it was carried to the to introduce in Congress next yeargoes come to destroy but to fulfil.' Is hart and daughter. Sunny, luckily :j scores of color pictures in the

Gesu 20 in line thrusts by Snyde., through the will-filled wallet it possible. then to believe that I escaped injury in a car accident |j I tropical setting of Cypress Gard-

Ogle and Carr. From there Carr will shift appearance from a lettuce the evils which Jesus lived to destroy on Road 15 three miles north IIi I'Jens. The 'Fashion "'an: an out-

tossed patch to a flower are real or the door set designed: by Dick ,
an aerial to James Scott garden. offsprin Belle Glade Friday ('\'C'ningarountl Pope
who snagged it on the five and \Ve haven't consulted our friendsat I of the divine will?" (47-1:16) dusk. Their new Oldsmobile sedan was utilized fully by Poskin fog
I
trotted across the goal line un the Bank of Pahokee or the I.---- __ t in which they were riding, I many of his pictures; with Winter

molested. Carr's kick was wide. Florida National Bank at Belle with Mr. Libhart at the wheel ( Haven high school models depicting -

Pahokee's last touchdown was in :I Glade but we are of the opinion Training Union was passing a truck broken down j the theme of his picture-story.

the first of the third quarter when that they'd go for a ('hangin Has InstallationThe I at the side of the road when it "Fashions in Action."

Carr carried a Gesu punt back color. After all looking at and was sideswipped by an arm. During the latter part of Au-

from his own 20 to the visitors' handling greenbacks must become .I weapons carrier coming from tio! !, gust. Bruce Stirm. fashion director -
Canal
45. From there the Blue Devils monotonous day after day. W,' Training Union Point Baptist' adult opposite direction. The driver of for the" Jantzen Knitting Mill *

marched to the 7 where Cair think the variot'ls colors suggestedare for the met Sunday night the carrier aIr: Crews also was in Portland Oregon came to Cy-

scored with a quarterback sneak fine. Maybe a few sequinson ; officers purpose for the of installing new 'I unhurt. The left side of the Lib- I, press Gardens and for the first;

James Sims plunged through for I the larger bills might add to L. next six months i hart sedan was badly damaged, i time in the history of thi* international
with L. Home
the extra point. j their attractiveness. as president in I I according tu State Patrolman W. II'R. j manufacturing com-
('htrt'f'1' I
( : \' :tnnrnnri"t"> TM-/%
It was here that Gesu. sparked! |I - -- -- Kaufman who investigated. ( pany. their next year's picture-
pram was rendered.
by John Bush came to life and |: S15 Million Asked Officers Mr. and :Mrs. Carmen Salvator--. '! catalogue of swim suit and rl.,"'
installed
marched 6T yards to the Pahokee I were: M. D. j Sr.. entertained at their homo j clothes fashions and styles was
10 where Bush went round right For Flood ReliefTALLAHASSEE vice president: Mrs. M. D. Geiger made in Florida. Working under
TIIt'sl.y't'ning with a chop
end for secretary: Alton Jones, assistant suoy: the direction of Stirm. Helen Dah-
the visitors' lone touch- dinner :
I honoring their house guest.'
down. Kyne's kick was secretary: Mrs. Grady Echols. I I Igren (".Winter Haven. Florida'
no good. Representatives Bible reader :Mrs." Lenora Santee of West Pain
'' leader: Mrs. M. F.
This was followed by a sensational of flo.l-stricken Evergladescounties Beach: on her birthday anniversary. outstanding woman photographer
passing attack with \Vhelan toss- I : said Tuesday! they plan to leader George assistant Bible reader I :Mrs. Santee r"Hirn..1 hom- ;|| made the entire series! of pictures

ing to Bush which quickly netted a."k President Truman for $15- : Mrs. M. J. Sapp. Mission | Wednesday. j I which will lie featured in the IfMSi

47 yards but fizzled into a shower ;I OOO.OOO for disaster relief at a con ary loader: Mrs. Jack Strayer, Mr. and 1 1Irs.: Wendell Harris i Jantzen catalogue and advertising
of four j Terence assistant missionary loader: Mr<*. ; booklets.i .
incompletes on the Paho- to be arranged by Sen. I and infant daughter of Sanford arrived ,I
keo 32.The \Vade Ammons, Social loader; C. ----
I Holland (ID-Fla.l. I
Friday for a visit with h"r
Blue Devils scheduledto The delegation paid Holland had Weatherington, assist social
were leader.M. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer J. i Expect Cattle Ticks
face their first crucial test of advised it he and Sen. Pepper Clause
in PahokE'f'Ir.: Harris
the (D-Fla. J. Sapp, Mr. Scruggs and To Disappear In MS
season last night when they ) would set the meeting as returned home Sunday evenin.T
invaded the Orange Bowl to takeon soon as a survey of the flooded Mrs. L. L. Home, group captains. but his wife and daughter remained I
Miami Tech In their first Gulf- area is complete. Each group consists of eleven TALLAHASSEE Most of "'lol'da' !-
for
a longer visit.
stream Conference contest and also Earlier the delegation with members each -- a total of 33. ----- ; ('sttlf'.t'r tick infested area
their first game away from members from Dado." Palm Beach \Ve are very* very thankful for I; will be cleared of the |>o.t by th-.

home. It was Blue Devil pitted and Broward counties had told the the cooperation the adults of Canal I National Guard j summer of 1JMS, Dr. .1. V. Knapn.

against Blue Devil with the Tech Cabinet a partial survey of damage I Point Baptist Church have Recruits :Members state veterinarian predicted this!

variety having a decided advantage showed losses totaling $13.- given to our union. \Vo extend a I ], week.

in weight and reserv 518,000 in Broward and Palm ': cordial invitation to all adults who ST. A t'Gt'STIXF.It'mhf'rs: : :: of .1 However. Dr. Kapp said the

strength, favored to win. Techdemonstrated Beach counties alone. I are not enlisted to come join us the Florida National Guard during :State Live Stock Sanitary B<.ar
I State officials gaveth(' each Sunday night at 7 o'clocx | continue dipping in some area
its power the first I I group the past week have been torn l>'- :
of the week when the :Miami Beach !. little encouragement in its plan to I, sharp.Mr. tween two duties, but after the !|even after no tickss are found asa

Typhoons with their mammoth ;''I seek Federal assistance. Neither 1}i first day of its two-month recruit precautionary measure.

212-pound line had plenty of I Governor Caldwell nor J. H. Ther- I ling I campaign all attention was di- -- -

trouble in outpointing the Tech rell a director of the Federal Reconstruction I reeled to relief and emergency Norwood t.lslt..11 hi*

eleven 13 to.. Coach Alley was I Finance Corporation.: I '''work resulting from the hurrioar-o I 'parf'nts.11':: and Mrs. I. S. Guth-

expected to tart: his regular lineup -!,were optimistic about the possibilI : I that swept over the state. J 'rue in Pahokee Saturday while rn-
I of an outright government donation 'I route from Miami to Georgia.
with the exception of Center f I For the first time since" Januaiy: i

Raymond Caruthers who receive i! tr a=sit in : ; inu. then the last of the" Florida I sniooi. tnrsT. s MM TION

a sprained shoulder in the Ges-i of the flooded area. It'h\hiHtatIO1//f National Guard units wont into Pursuant to the lava. t>f the Stale

game and was replaced by Georg" | Caldwell said an : and :Mrs James Cecil GruvSieIeen federal I service, various organizations : rn ol Florida rlrrtton n will>tlrr hf Is hrrrhv hfl! on nlvrn the that nth

(Buddy* Sims.Pahokee {I grfs would.: he necessary' before I < Tibbetts <>f Pahokoe announce of the state. military trf.or''ert' rtav of :Nmrmbrr. IM7! for tier p>irpo-.-
'any donation! could l be made and the birth <>f a son. Larry 'f naming thiw tru-t""-. for Sr etal
; alerted and then mobili/orl.
t \\ Tax School ns :'to
-trtrt 1
---- in sum
i JTherrell reported the RFC cou'.d: j Allen, on Oct. 7. I Barh .
First to go on active duty was j COllnt'norlda. fc r the rn-ulnif
PTA Will only make loans.Seaboard I :\Ir.. an,1trs.. .. C''mpl. V.. TYwMLilt" ,., :2nd Battalion of the 211th In- 'v.r cram and Tr>r tAe purp >".- of leT -
I --- - -- --- --- - the
--- --- 'rmlnln the mlllayp. to br rated !pttrAe
Ruth O.-wxler of Pahokee f.1ntrRt'gimf'nt; at West Palm' npr rsttoti ..f rhnol within **I<1
Meet Nitc
Monday rtUtrlrt and hither" Mart thrrr nhail
Has announce the birth of
New a daughter Beach. Then as needed through-; ..
I I ;
; P a per'la1 two mill l Ins In tot aaA
t iBeinico .Tanetto. on Oct. e>. ,out the state other units were )i nlAtrlct for the puTK++ r.f creating The Pahokoo P.irent-Teach-T Streamliner In Actior I;!; Mr. and :Mrs. Ray CliffordVi!- rrwrve' fund frr bulMlnc+ aM ..Ilea
called to service in evacuating civilians. -
j| Poling
plarrx lire hereto dealgnatMe
Association will conduct its firs ,
hams of Okeechobee j Lois SOW d- transporting vehicles and) . fOI1t1'"
tnt fting of the school year in th- !j XOJ FOJ.K \*.\ .\ n. w !otrt'am-I I lor I of Okoeoho announce th law and''Ii it Jupiter Town Hail :supplies or preervin No.I rI2t
hah school auditorium Monday at 'lined train \' ill pun the "Silver j'i! birth .>f a daughter Ra :ina Gave.Ovt I'I j Wrier' in the wake of the !storm. Lake r&rk. city Hall rrIIKt
S p. m. with Nod Kocher. first vice i Fleet"of tv: St ;tholrtIr Ijn,' i inn I. No 2>
[ Wit! the emergency period over <3> Klrlera Cunmuntty Iran .M-
president providing. i i Railroad C. -: -.}'ant: IV-. ember 12 Mr and Mrs. :Milton Haggins; 1 embers of the National Guard rlnrt No 3.

Mrs 1-:. L. Popo will present th- for travel Ntween New York and ( .\ulrf'mlth': of Pahokoe announce their attention r41 orthArre' Fr.! Htatlon 'Prconn'tt -
are again turning No 4 0 and the whiteaeetlona
program following which a ('('(' >- i both coastf Florida!
It'ao
j announced tho birth of a son. RnbbvJoe. to the recruiting campaign wnienwill <-f No 7t
lion for teachers will bo held in I I r last week bv C 1-;. Bell on Oct. 3.Mr. continue through: Novemb"1G .- <5> w...t P ..fn Reach Coined Ir -
dU..rlal 1 Hl.h AiMJI'orli I
aI'teeIArta
the home economies rooms. Mr*. ,il 'passerstT traffic manager of th"" : and Mrs. J. P. < Dodo Parker Morida's quota of new enrollments j N.... 7 and a -
...-\\i!' Friend!, hospitality chairr.an. I read.Traversing. are the of JohnFrodonrk. ,eiidtn whttr MrtUmoDof.ivh
parents a hoy.: il.2fl0In
during: this period ,'$1 ""n-ral '
\\ II!! be in charge of the r-- I the, same mute is born Sopt. 2* at Ever many of Florida's <--mmuni- 'Pr-In""A &.. 9 14 Lirp- >.
eeption. :'!1t' will be assisted by the "'''..r Meteor." the now tran : n .{ Nr '% -. aS
jilad.'sI..m.nal
: hospital.Mr i tif'8. veteran's service nrijanization -; . .. h.... Fr.: L' .
:Mrs' T. S. Kirk :Mr .' T. Jacks I will: i'roi'donenightout servir ,I and Mr. Cla'.i.le Padgett of > and rivie grouns are It-ilt.* ":n"'" N... 15 III *. .
'n. Mrs A. J. Lively and Mrs. R. between New York. Philadelphia .. .9 Pam: fWart .n.r'r.r _.
i : Pah ko.' a.1:1"ln' r' arrival of an. I ;iisr with appropriate pro ; ltm" ,
tli Johnson. !! naltm:" > '" 'shin "n. Richmond i! !'" K-'.lriey Keth.; at the rnr,4 Ca- The enlisted man who obtain t?* ,\0, r.s.. "4.') T.
-- --- ---- : R.!. ;iZ". t*';.. 'arolnas! and Miam.- ; ., ".- ,
!
rr.intan h--t d! O-t 1
: ?r-,*;;:T rerr'nT' i in the <=tae .1'1r1"Z ,..
The Columbia ltroadcastirc : !Qt p "r'<"'"",. F-! rda The ne\ .' '"
.. ,.,. -:\'" wTvi: n trio t-i Wa- 1- .
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\!..t.'nl111 start its .-.'l!1l.! ,' f.vH -r %j )jji-jy.: X--w Y"LC IM'KION J:*.( un: 'eaut''H'L : nf. "'" w"ir

> ( broa-!h a-t-.r.:: -=.-.......>n S.iturdnv. .. ." ,....., Th -s.H--r M-t- r'-rt..n l.t.--:: : .ia* h..v sri-s:' '. .-.. \.-fo'l:!

September ::;. wn! Ri ,! Burr... : .:. : : *- ih aft rr .mehr. 1V \ \ F 1 1wir! :;: X.vv f---tr"n 'j" "t. P* h !

F'!! X "*">>* .\1' N< !.rr.'tir.---! swing! .irourd t-.- "a!" -!-.. ir _* ;: .1 in-1 .h.-i *-. -t :,. h .-.- '-f

r--t.. will give .\ Flay by r!>"- .'v "., :;pl.! t 't ""'t 1"t'! rar:"' 't';:. .- ;r- e' 'nt't.-t..1 fr\--t\ t't f- .'M.. a'ate Itt 1trr; n-t..:.. p---

d'" 'itTiptioT.. of the game betwO.orgia ..- f >!" the f : t'- "- ttAtt. r--v I. r.r. :" ,. ..... | t".tirv 1 Ir fa-t. t?
an.! North Carolina TtM ,* .1''r.1 t. < ", _, ... -. .-
; .1" +:rrr 1t1 TB-. -r Wr.v.. : iA > r-- pr: .' i-* '.l .rner Ant! the !tire rn' -1 ;, '. ....
p
"rvd head" will broadcast fr," '. : .1 :. ,. ." : _' i' -: '", !" . : .. t t' : ; ,'. r - with heir m'Jv : T.',

K"nan Stadium. Chapel II' '. . .. .' .' .. . \-. -. ;. . . ip jriet, .' . ;" '
tickets to th. Miami It" '. .
North Carolina. . . *.
matted is mot appr-""pnate N T : y- - -- '.
- er railroad . ., r ': : f' :! (.t" : .
employees: nor en.- : .
: lJr and Jfr. Rnoir.lrh Fa'I1Jr IU'\\, ". ,
MS Marian Clause spent The pl! v*. c -f the Pullman Company ;' .. dA'Qhtp'! Clap: are expected titt 'i.s0!:.

weekend wth! her brother-in-law are eligible( for t*.* contest. Judrw I f"t foItr-. F.
.t.r.h rr !!!:' -x".1c. 4 fro-t t .." .
art ,a.teMr! : .xrd :Mrs;: liar, ., M )-., ":. ". .. .. .. . .
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Four The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida
Fi-daj October 10. 194 T


Pulpit Bible To Be building: is progressing well. Those; j I Yvonne Lee Fraser Harlene WilliamsHas :Mrs. Betty Taverna
putting in many Incurs! of labor'

Dedicated SundayBy thus far this week include X V. J Has Birthday Party Birthday Party Injured In Hurricane

C. P. Methodists Ma\son Leonard Maon Fra;:k

Wilson: A. R. Harrington, Bill : Mr and Irs, Lewis J. Fra-f- Mrs H T Williams! er.t'rtaint.jat Mrs. Betty Taverna. former Pahnkre -

F.ri'kson.Icrle Wilson !J JM were host and hostess,, at a dame her home
Tue: dedication of a nf'Pulpit on Canal Point Roa.1Friday 1 resident nlinng- in 'YE'.tPalm .
..thodi:t Youth Fdlowshipnlll patat the Woman Club binMmg -
Dible and the sermon on "the voice aftt"rnoon'ith a party for
Beach where she is
meet at the church for a special Saturday night honoring their emplojela
of God in our Christian experience her daughter. Harlt-ne.
meeting! on Sunday evening a: daughter, Yvonne Lee. on her sixteenth who was clerk in the tax a" esorsof-
! "Thus Saith the Lord win
G:30. All member and prospertire birthday ann'ersary. eel:;ra'ng, her fifth birthday anr.1'prar fae. was injured during the hurricane -
Ije a part of the morning worsh-p; .* '.
members are urged to b The Pahokee School color.*
service of the Canal Point Methj- High and has Ivtn receiving
present promptly for this important of blue and white were used in th-> The il'ians hone: wa heauti
dist church on Sunday at 11 a. m. i i trt'atr.'entimt' tha Rime fo- abroken
meeting lightingarrang<,ments, floral and filly: decorated in pink and green
The B ble. i magnificent text
Choir practice will be held 01 refreshments table decoration for the affair. Hat and paper ; ankle at Good Sannnti
hound in Arabian morocco leather. :
Wednesday" evening at 730. J-t Dancing and games were enjoyed novelties were" presented to the Hoj-pital A re-examimtion: of h"mji.iies '
of taeWonan's
is the gift to the church
Society of Christian R r-I least until after the football ei- through the evening with conte-t; guest as party fa\ors Outdcfor I, by hospital officials last

son. prizes won by Mis ImorenePpiev Cannes were played in the patio week revealed that she i> also suf-
'ice. The >evening sermon of the
t I Everyone who has one of t1"! Miss: Joan McLartRT\ and refreshments of ice cream an I ; Ui.ru; from a fractured hip and
will he "If I Were
service
7:30 on
I new Methodist hymnal; at home is Hawk and Dickie Johnson take were served by the: hotter i I will probably be hospitalized

21 Again"Our requested: to bring: it to the chur"'i Mrs Alma Farrow* assist=ed th' to 33 guests I eight weeks more.
Sunday School attendant
next Sunday oo that the books cans hostess at the punch bowl and following -
went well over 100 last Sunday IP!
\ > shellacked" to preserve their the entertainment" the honoree -
spite of the rain. The Joe Eden- -,
finish. The Woman' Society is
swerved portions of the hug
fields with their family of six in !
church next Tuesday ;-
meeting: at the birthday cake to the followin-r I
attendance received the largest
to work on the books, resurface -
award. the teachers guessts:
family Among
the windows of the church The Misses Field Patsy
Joy
and officers of the Sunday
and set out shrubbery as one of
Creel. Nannette Peeples. Imogene
School honored for their faithful PumpsAny
their" projects. Clara
Spi\ey. Betty Lane Reeves.
service were N V. Maxson our
elected
Junior Fellowship officer Baxter. Johanna McKmstrv. TinkvHull
for
devoted Superintendent many
3:30
last Friday at the regular Joan McLartv. Loretta Wilson -
years; Earl Maxson. treasurer; Miller,
meeting include Bonnie Delona Vera Keen. PatV
i.lrs. Child Jones .
Kendrick Buchanan
ren's !supt; Mrs. C. L. Stuart Mr3. Pre: Joe Parker" Vice-Pres. i Geiger, Jean Wilson, Clarice type, size or capacity to meet
Joann Edenfield. Sec'y; and Blanche
Jason. Gwenette Reeves
Ann Sear,
James Miller; Betty ;
Margie Adams Stephens Mrs D. Frances Wilson Treasurer. i Stew'ns.tary: Helen Hooks Betty your requirements.

L. Hooks; Mrs. Repper; Mary -- I Barwick. Betty Hick Barbara:

Helen Hooks Mrs. Joe Parker; I j r Wilkinson Margaret Powell. Efficiency Guaranteed
DevilsWin
Baby Blue Ina
Russom
Mrs. Frank WiNon; Bill Johnson; Laurie Roger, Nina

Mrs Pratt Pope: and A. R. Har- From Belle GladeLittle Russom. Hele Stokes Joy Padgett
IMMEDIATE: : DELIVERYWe
Helen Howes and Barbara Wroten
ungton.
Also Julian Snyder, James Sims:
Work on the Sunday School Blue Devils got their season -
John Ogle. Lee Wroten. Dicki!
off to a good start by nosingout
Johnson Jack Major. Ray Haw!(,
Belle Glade 7 to 6. in the opener -
Jr.. Bill Jermgan. Jackie Thomas
on Lair Field Tuesday" nigh
.UNKLE-HANK: SEZIS Charles Dickson Huston Connel'
The line smashes of Fullback Bobby also
Milton Salvatore. Harlan Sears. manufacture Gear heads.
73vardt
SOMETNGDEAUFLIL Peacock, who chalked up
11NERE Leland Frank Gillis. Sam

: ABOUT EVERY I I Pahokee! in 13 plays trie,while stood Henderson out in tha I I I Lovell Shirley.J. D Harplev. Raymond Hydraulic Mole Drains and do

, ,1"H'NrHA1"IS' IFVOU Caruther. Irwin Miller Buddv
I of
and Cook accounted for most !
. I Sims. Frank Rozolle, Jr. Georjr" Complete Farm Repairs.
ARE. LOOI< 11: I the visitors gains .
J Belk Jr.Iurra Weeks. John T.
'Ny Pahokee scored in the third
Pickett Jr. HE'rhert'al"ton of
quarter when they took the ball on
Pihokee; Miss Jacquelyn Berry nrrwMnrv
their own 41 and moved it downto
and Albert Stevens of Belle Glide
the Belle Glide IP where Melvin -
J .- r:1'.> I Tillis took a piss from William Bill and Bob Kilpatrick of Sanford

.,... of West PaIl
of and Eddie Hodges
forced out
, Mizell and was

' I bound on the two. Bobby Peacock Beach.Quarterback. Farm Machinery

>>". \: / took two bucks to reach scor- -a
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"1 or> kick was good for the one point Club Is
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0-- margin of victory Co.
& Supply
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. /\ )-. Belle Glade waited until the Seeking: Funds

.. .. - '- ; -- "- : -' middle of the fourth quarter to
start their drive which began on Twenty-seven newmembe.s

Were always looking for ways their own 31 and with 27 and 31- 'joined the newly organized Paho- PHOXE 531 CANAL I'OINl FLV

to help you make that car run yard runs by Henderson and Cook kee Quarterback club at the meemg *-

MiUM>thly. One thing that will was soon down to the Pahokee i at the high school Monday

ht Ip immensely is to have jour where Cook went through right !i right. It was announced that the t

car checked: on oru nationals tackle for the touchdown but fail- : club's membership drive will get

famous alighnment machmt- ed on the attempted plunge for I under wav in the near future \
j
Perfect alignment of your car :the extra point. j| X L. Garrison, assistant coach

makes lift' safer , more econ- Pahokee got four fir-t down to I I din I charge of P-Oiokeo junior high

oinual and makes jour car |, Belle Glade's' five and netted 11** I school: athletics presided in t'i*

ta-ur ti> hindlo yard rushing to Rollo Glide's 1M: i, absence of the club prosidei:

The HiM Blue Devils attempted 2 ("oa.'h Clvde Alley' Plans fr- \
Attention
pass and completed I one for 17 raiinir funds for the financing

yard All his of the visitorpi -.' }I a complete junior hirh t-l'.h'

LAKE SHORE ;::se. fell incomplete lurogram I were dicrnew'd. C.. earrinn *: I,

MOTOR CO. --- ---- : ('; reported( the imm".It't'J::

-...... Mr in"1 :Ms. W A Humphries need (If t".on 40 for tN nun' :i'f Cattlemen
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haw a* their e!u-t b>'r mother. e ""'ir\ equipment f?r i j'r.! : '

:Mrs \\iHtHintt. ..f Orr .t\iew'. I ,:.i!, t"rlm::. I

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ometliintr new for stock and on


trails: it has proven mot successful: ,


Glades Club and it was use. made especially= for Everglades -





t. IERE11' :MANAGEMENT

It will be known as= EVERGLADES


SATURDAY NIGHT PRESENTS RANGE :MINERAL SALT.


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I pound bags: \''e invite you to give it

CORPS (ORCHESTRA} I a trial, and watch the wonderful improvement -


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COMIC: KITE KHKK i I'IZI'lESChicken





KILGORE SEED CO.



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BRED-RITE SEEDS



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Yvonne ThompsonHas Mrs Ernest Maxwell Mrs A. C I such is the case, the problem o: Mr and :\Ir..J.\ Frank CI.>I O.lspent ,Jt"\Hms TO MEET
Lib1alt.lrs.. Olaf Boe. Mrs. E. L. I fnegro vetiranwill be handled by I
from Saturday until Wednesday LAKK UOKTII
Birthday PartyYvonne Pope Mrs. J. V. Chastam. Mrs James A. Stafford at the veteran
; in Cairo. Ga. Their snag Little Blue Di''ili'f: Pahokeswill
E C. Watson and Mrs.
Ralph :service offices in the Pahokee Cit.::
Truett Thompson <'1.1- Grimes hall and in the Sanders building at Jimmy was the house guest ofMr meet: the Junior lush team of

Liated I her fifth birthday annierjarv Belle Glad- and Mrs. D. \V Cunninghamwhile Lake Worth next Tuesday night 01

at a party given by her mother Pahokee. Legion Sets The possibility of setting up an they were away. Lair Field In Pahok.4' .:-.:-.
Mrs Joe Thompson' at their "on the farm" training program;: ,
home in Pahokee Monday after- Membership GoalFred for veterans of this an'aa,. ds-:
nClm. The hostess used a color eu,.Md at the meeting. It was .:'.C".C".C.C.C.C.C".C'.c'.cA..c'.cI..cI..C'.c. . Y Y v v v v Y Y v v'.o.ol..o.oA.c".4".C".4 y Y Y y Y Y Y Y.

scheme of pink and green in party and Percy Mansfield Post pointed out that 20 veterans engaged ::: Office :Machine Headquarters :::
lecorations. Candy and hats weie 00. at a meeting in the Woman I I', in farming must participate y ;
presented to guest a= favors. Mrs. clubhouse Monday night. la'iieu:: I :: .si-o*: a program. James A. c6. Underwood Typewriters .l'.

Thompson was assisted in the entertaining its 1918 membership drive with a Stafford, ;service' officer announced :- ). Sundtrand Adding Machine ).
: by mothers present. that ,* there are a sufficient : Mnrchant
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Calculating Machine
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goal of 100 per cent reregistration .l-
Guests were Sunny Libhart. Fay .r.um 1)<-r of "-irer-veterans: in th.s; ; '
A. B- Dick
: of membership by present : Mimeographs !
and Carlton. Brenda Unwin area who can qualify for
Gay such a
members. O. K. Carr. member- <4t> Elliott Addre.,>o Graph 4.:
Eddie Crews Betty Gilhs Buddvand program and make it work he n r'1
ship chairman, will be in charge o! take A F & E Check Writers 4
Kffie Lou Keen. Dora and sttp.s to get it under way. Aa
the drive. Davis R. Kickhghter.World .
Connell!. I ---- 4t
Rodney Crosby Renny H4LSEGRIFFITH INC. .t
War II .
veteran received
wa 0: .. .
and Pat Maxwell
Jimmy Beck Farm :
as a new member.It MachineryHas : Phone :2-3SS3 West Palm Beach
Grimes Becky ackey, Sharon .ii. i..

Watson Edward Cunningham.Skeets I'the new was county announced budget that setup under for New 30-Inch LatheThe C>***osAas asAaeA*sA>sA*sAasA>eA** >VV sAasAasAasASSA>tA's.A r>
Roe, Patsy and Joan Shep- VV Y Y Y Y # Y * Y Y Y * Y Y
pard Edgar Allen Pope Billy veterans service funds will prod- Farm Machinery and Sup-
Cochran Myra Jones. Lina Sowder ably not be sufficient to continue ply Company in Canal Point recently 1
the employment of a negro service?
and Linda iTllis. Also attend- installed a new 30 inch
ing were Mrs. J. E. Cochran. Jr.. j officer for the Glades area and. if lathe and much other modem

equipment to make that plant one
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ij of the most modern machine shop:
! in the Glades A great deal of
work is being turned out at the:
Canal Point plant and a large VARIETIES AT RETAIL

! DAVID W. HARRIS M. D. number of customers are going
away satisfied with the service Authorized Sales and Service
they receive.
- JACOBSEN POWER AND
Announces the Opening* of j Palm Station Has I I
I HAND LAWN MOWERS
His Offices At 127 S. 'V.I j j New Painting Job

Avenue C The Palm Service Station is all II I ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.

I dolled up with a new coat of white
and green paint. A lot of repair I Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons::
I (Across from Bell Telephone Building) I work was done recently by the: I 1100 Southern Blvd.Vest Palm Beach
i i Maxwell boys in an effort to put
their place in first class condition
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The Cities Service pumps were '
; also: given a new coat of paint and 'I
1 the entire front presents:: an unusually -
attractive picture to the I
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From Fisher Styling to Knee-Action ComforlBIGCAR I I



QUALITY AT LOWEST COST A Servant of the Glades !



is yours only in Chevrolet! : I

4 Buses To :Miami

t To West Palm Beach ,

Daily To Ft :Myers & Lakeland I

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What a beauty leader this car is'! Trim as a I II ---- --
yacht in line and contour-luxurious as a draw- i
ing room in upholstery and appointments! The
body is a Fisher body-exclusive to Chevrolet I - -
ir the lowest-price field. 1
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TEST THESE THRILLS! REVEL IN THIS RIDE! II't N

You're master of every (. Jus settle down; in .<- .--Y--- 'I ..;
situation when, s .. .. 1".If
motoring the formf ttinJ: seat .T t- .1
you own a new Chevrolet. cushions-and' relax' ."'
You have power,getaway, :' Travel over onv road- '__ :; ...: ,L'I
dependability, in extra \ from boulevard to by- =--" Tlr&" '\.. i
measure, for Chevrolet -- ,, 'sr'' way-is mode smoother ,, -4'! _" (J \'J.. ;
proved Valve-in-Head steadier, safer by the 1 r ,II'"f... ;l' 1L \ 1.i:
Engine has delivered more Unitized Knee-Action / .. t
Ii of
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miles, for more owners, Ride-another advantage 1 '; It gu"" -, I.f(
over a longer period, than found only in \l r ....., )f'j
-- lt .,.;;.r.-
any other engine built Chevrolet and higher. 1IA.1IP ." "
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today priced cars. iJ ,4' i
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/because It'S 0/.t:
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4' -;, Be sure your car is ready for winter! Bring it to us \\ -_' g j
"t. M?..
=, I for service and let us get it ready for the bad- "

weather days ahead. ALF AR 1,: : ',.: '" / --'"


INSIST ON SAFETY! . .r.
p. ::1): B. You hove every right to demandthe I"I I I ii"
highest degree of motoring : V.

safety for your family.; end you CHEVROLETLOWESTPRICED /
get it with Chevrolet's Unisteel) :. .
Body by Fisher, Knee-Action Ride
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Festive-Action Hdravficaral.es LINE IN ITS FIELD'features r ;,
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combined onlv Chev -
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rolet and higher-priced cars.CIIHISTIAN. ... -.t;t.. i.
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Six The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, October 10, 1947
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Homecoming Plans Mrs. J. R. York Mrs. R. J. Schro-: ]!' Butter 28c Lb., Ham I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cushman ani Mr. adIrs.. H. L. Jaudon wer.visitors ...
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der. L. L. Shirley: and Duncan daughter. Carolyn Sue left Monday I
in Miami on Tuesday of
By Methodists Padgett; music John Dulany 20c, Steaks loc, for Pennsylvania where Mrs, this week. 1 1I 1I
i Robert Lampi. Mrs. Robert Walker I I
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I Cushman and daughter plan to I -
The homecoming celebration at. and Mrs. Orin Bacon: enter Max Ammons brought in an old '
the Pahokee First Methodist ,tainment Mrs. L. W. Armstrong .grocery circular he picked up in stay several weeks but Mr. Cush- Mrs. Jack Phillips and son were
Church gets underway this Friday:Mrs. Geo. B. Ramey. Mrs. B. Eli!i Vero Beach back in the days of man will return home within the the guests of Mrs E. J. Newsome
evening with a fish fry and out- I liott and Mrs. I. M. Lair: program -!!NRA-that was in 1933. Just to next few days. ,!in Lake Worth Monday. I

door get-together on the church I Rev. C. T. Howes, W. H. j j'I give you an idea of what things
grounds, honoring Rev. and :Mrs. ;Lair and O. B. McClure; dinner 1 j' sold for in those days we are
Joe A. Tolle and family of Brad- J. V. Thomas. Lewis Friend Joe 'i quoting a few prices.
enton and other guests who are I I Hatton Terry; Sellers and Emmett j Here are some: Boiling beef
arriving early for homecoming day Holt. i three pounds 25c. cube beef steaks

on Sunday Oct. 12. The committee -- i j lb. 25c: Western Pork should.
in charge of this evening's affair +|lb. 16c: hams half or whole lb.
include J. V. Thomas chairman David 20c; pork sausage or hamburger
SimonsonHas
Lewis Friend. Lloyd Hund- 2 Ibs. 25c; spare ribs 2 Iba. 25c;
Florida steak loin or T-bone 1':>.
ley. Robert Mackey Mrs. J. R. Birthday PartyMrs.
Faulk and Mrs. Robert Walker.An 15c: Sugar Creek butter. lb. 30c.

all-day program has been Robert B. Simonson entertained Then to make your mouth water
. planned for the homecoming at her home Saturday afternoon and your pocketbook feel depress-I
ed here are a few of I
Sunday. Rev. Joe A. Tolle will deliver with a party for her son, specials offered on the circular:
the sermon at the morning I
David who was celebrating hisfifth
t Prime rib roast. lb. 19c: leg 'o
service. Following the service a The
birthday anniversary. I
I lamb. lb. 25c: pic-nic hams lb. I
picnic dinner will be held on the hostess followed a color scheme of : lb. 2Sc: I
14c: Jersey Lily butter.
church grounds. Mrs. F .B. Lang- blue and red in party decorations : dozen,
eggs, fresh country eggs
ford will speak in the church audi- and favors of hats, whistles and
22t2e.
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torium at 3:30 p. m. and Rev. H. balloons were presented to the
F. Tolle of Tampa will deliver the guests. Mrs. Harold Goff and i ----
sermon at the evening service' at Mrs. R. J. Simonson assisted in OFF TO SOUTH AMERICA
7:30. Invitations to join the hom.- the serving of refreshments. I Elmo Waldschlager. son of Mr.
coming celebration have been extended Guests were \\'allyIolp. John !and Mrs. Harry Waldschlager of
to all former ministers and Lloyd Hundley Judy Cunningham. Pahokee, left last week for New
former members of the church 'Joe Syd Caudill. Cline Faulk Thor 1 Orleans after spending six weeks I
now living in other parts of the i Hatton. Bonnilu Lair Joe Edward :in Pahokee with his parents. Elmo
state. I Ee'erlyancy Thomas. Kathleen has accepted a position as purseron I
Committees in charge of thj': Spencer. Jerry and Janet Upthe- the Alco Clipper plying between
homecoming include: Welcoming grove. New Orleans and South America.

phtatLIN
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Enjoy the Southeast's Famous Attractions



KILLEARN GARDENS. Tallahassee with a vast crray
|of 4xotc jriar.ti. }:cv-.rr.g. shr-fci.. l ::!:::d trees has::: heen.erpart
r .1 descr.bea ly a'.c. .: : es wrho: ';: cc- DSLEY?
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cnci c::cy :r.e r.t:Leautul: .t:. the Scuth.
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I ALL 9 YARDS

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Ila s f{ LJndsley's Roofing Products Are Still Priced !

at Their Regularly Low Prices

Regardless of ScarcityPRICES


SLIGHTLY HIGHER IN KEY WEST


90 lb. Slate Surfaced O 8 5

RED OR
ROOFING GREEN

PER ROLL 108 SQ. FT.

eft

J 45 lb. Smooth Surfaced 2 50

ROOFING FELTPER

ROLL. 108 SQ. FT.


-'- ''i '-../ .' -7-' $?4 FLORIDA I Roof
TESTEDIN Coating

5-GALLON CANS80c 5 7 C

IN GAL. CANS PER GAL



Enjoy the So theast's Famous Roof Plastic Cement

IN 50-POUND CANS 71L 2C
Regional; BeerP I FLORIDA LB.

O TESTED
V.V! : -. Ain
wcrt.y c your ( : oy: -r;
i a.d yc.r c..! .;- J.-.X, t: : :..: ... C Xr Also in 1-lb. cans. 35c can
r.sl Dr.nk fr.er.a .. a.i -: -* 1 I 2'/2-rb. 55c 10-lb. 1.13
c: : : : ,: 'r. > cans can cans can
ct: '.:::t.r :.. :s r- !!-.x..j; s -.o: .:.:.;r. -i:. : -. : ..- r
cr at beer that s i brewed ececa.lv to r.. :-e I
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WILL NOT CRACK OR RUN

r PER 100-LB. SACK

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ROOF MOPS. ROOF BRUSHES AT USUAL LOW PRICES

QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS AT LINDSLEY'S
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So NE.:, It111U' -to.cd Prices .>..'...'. ..
h :/G.ri: ;f """" -La'gest Sfoc* I IVn'i: ; ':JV.V.VE


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. : u.vnsirrTr TARS -I1T .it. II1CO >lt _. its I'It'IW'
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EFFECTIVE OCT. 1 1947





THIS EWLAW


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, Affects Every Car Owner and Operator
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I On and after October 1, 1947 every automobile owner and operator, when called : :

;I upon to do so,must be prepared to meet the requirements of the new Florida ;; i

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I Enacted to protect the public from the (b) who do not stand qualified as self-in-
;
careless and financially irresponsible surers; or
driver, this law is designed to restrict the
(c) who do not have on file proof of financial -
operation of automobiles to those drivers
responsibility.
who are financially able to pay for bodily
! injuries'death or property damage which The law applies to all accidents resulting
: their automobiles may cause. in bodily injury or death or in damage to
I the property of any one person of more
In brief, the new law provides that the
:' . Commissioner of Insurance must su- than $50, except, it does not apply (a) to
the of which, at the time of
owner a car
i spend or revoke the licenses of all operators -
the accident withoutthe
being operated
and all owners:
i owner's permission, (b) to accidents
, (a) who do not have in force at the time in which the owner or operator of the car
:, of the accident, an automobile liabil- is the only one to sustain injury or property -
ity policy with minimum limits of damage, and (c) to the owner or
I $5,000 for each person and $10,000 operator of a car which is legally parkedfor
each accident, and a property at.the time of the accident or (d) to the
damage liability limit of $1,000 for owner or operator who the Commission
each accident; or find was not at fault.


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: I The simplest, easiest way to meet the requirements of this law is to have adequate -

: 1 and acceptable Automobile Liability Insurance at the time of an acci--

i dent. This will permit you to keep your driving privileges without having to

! file and maintain proof of financial responsibility.



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Page Eight The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Fr: ay. October 10, 1947


Howes Is Speaker Arch Blakey, Mrs T. L. Burns, | in the local girl work bMrs. j I Andy Culber$on and J. R. FauU !l The n..,\ girl scout troop at amretirg
:rits J. V Thomas and MrsV.. E. James A. Stafiord. left
co-captain and Saturday for Charleston. <: last week was divided into -
Before SocietyCircle Pope on a committee to recom- :Miss: Jane Hamilton assistant I C.. where they will be engaged in three pitnuFucilvptus pitr -
. ----- mend candidates for the \\"SCS ,
an- leader These
workers are to b- the vegetable produce business fo:' Rev Carson T Howes presentedthe nual life membership awards. Sno : congratulated on the excellent pro- : a month. I anti all the best: spellers in the

final study of "The Fine Art of also appointed Mrs Lula Pop?. gress that is being made in the troop a.. members: Orange Blo--,

Using" at a meeting of the Wom \Irs.: R. J. Schroder Mrs C. T. building of a spirited and active I Mr and Mrs J. E Caud.ll rI .- sam: patrol. Olive Gonzale. leader -
Howes, Mrs. J. M. Elliott and Mrs :
an's Society of Christian Serviceat troop. .
turned to their home in \\est Palm and Gardenia patrol. Bonnie
the Pahokee First Methodist York on a committee to work out : I. Weeks.
:1' - Beach Saturday after a visit with Fay leader Lovda Williams )-
Church Monday afternoon. Mrs.J. a financing plan for the purchase : their: on and daughter-in-law 11-. wa' elected troop scrihr'
R. York was in charge of the of floral ( ecorations for the I $?000 Fund To Buy :and Mrs D. D. Caudill. in Pahokee and Donna Gail Jensen treasurer

devotional program. church.It Church EquipmentFirst I .
announced that the grojp'
was
Mrs D. D. Caudill president, apPointed :
will use the book, \Vo tho
Mrs C A. Shive, Mrs. Baptist Sunday school of- a.. 11l.r'N
"
Peop'- as a text fr.r the annual
ficers and teachers at the first ;

fall will be mission conducted study at the course two which circle meeting of the new year, held! 1aFrom where I sit.. // Joe Marsh
:Monday night in the Fellowship i
meetings this month. Twenty-one
Classified AdsSEPTIC members were present. I:Hall, made plans for equipping the I fffl/ -
:new church school building. A I H
- budget of S2.000 was set up for the' How to Tel;

tanks and grease traps Girl Scouts Will Hold purchase of necessary equipment .

cleaned and repaired. Dhone and each department was askedto I ; You're Old
Baked Goods SaleA Getting
3872. Bob Douthit Pahokee. M17c submit a )list of its needs H. L.

Jaudon. chairman, J. H. Wilkinson -'
FOR KENT: South 2 Section 11. benefit
sale to
baked-goods"
(254 Jr. and H. L. Speer wereram..d Doe: Walters gave me this forof time, or who criticize> temperate
acres), at Sand Cut. Phone raise funds for the newly
584. Jlltf organ- on the committee in chargeof mula: It's a sure-fire sign you re people for enjoying a mellow glass'
ized Girl Scout Troop will be held
the funds for equipment getting; old when you recent! other of beer with friend.*.
the scouts front of the
by girl in
FOR RENT OK SALE: South half Plans were made for a training reople having a good time.
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of 10-43-37 About 1'2 miles east Pahokee postoffice on Saturdayfrom course for teachers to be held The>"re often well-mtcntionedt
of Belle Glade-Pahokee Road at 9 a. m. to 12 noon. sometime this fall, the date to h* I And the Doc means it hasn't oik v,too. But from here I sit,the
Runyan. This land is thoroughly Plans for the benefit sale were announced Superintendent J. H. I much to do with age. There are old minute we criticize our neighbors

ditched, is in the east shore drainage made at the regular troop meeting Wilkinson. Jr. presided at the folks in our town who pet a big for enjoying wholesome l a"Url's"
held at the First Methodist refresh- I Kick out of seeing other people -like of horseshoes
district and Jays adjacent to meeting following which en- a game a
the main drainage canal. Will rent Church Tuesday afternoon with ments were seredMr Joy themst've-H: to keep glass of leer, or an afternoons

all or part at $15.00 per acre or Mrs. Joe Tom Boynton, troop -_ them young in spirit with a [::: i:.,-it's a sure sin we'.e
A brief Fran 1 I
presiding. historyof
fell at a reasonable price. Also captain : and Mrs. k Connell twinkle in their eyes! n"-'g: 'II! i (in ss;'ir.t; : anyway i.a.in.i
the )life of the founder of the-
section 1 in the same townshipand girl scout movement was read. It have as a house guest their daughter And there are some others, who :..-. \.i.t uU: .. ;e :..s.re.l'nt .
drainage district, which has Mrs Frank Sganga of Brooklyn -
was announced that a special the young; forks: going: fish-
recently been cleared at $10.00 husbandhas
pr N Y. Mrs Sganga's
award will be presented at the end ink; who feel that ("(community / (7.
acre. These two parcels are sur- enrolled member of the i
as a .
of the year to the outstandingscout ;;cme'. and dances are ju't a "a-te >i ItGtUIJ.
rounded by sugar cane and vegetable -' junior class at the University.)! U.
in the troop. Phoebe Ann
farming. Owner, A. N. Ke..- Florida. Games\ille. and she plans :

nt'dy, Geneseo. New York or your Ramej Mrs was elected troop reporter.assisted to join him there later. I rr..:'" ;. .- 1 '. ... ., .:. :. ..... ..
Boynton is being
broker. St. A 15chtf
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\NTED: Long term mortgage

loans, ten to twenty years, on '
well located farm or cattle ranch I'I''I::I!

land also business rtronertv C. A. ''I 'I
Bailey, hors TO, Belle" Glade. S6ch j I
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FOR purchased sLL: August Inte-'aUonal' 1945 $3800 T-D9-I,, I I,;: Announcing Opening of i i:

Pahokee Phone 584. st S5tfc IIi



Glade.FOR Walter SALJ5New Phone Ashley-12C. Garage Willjs- -in Jllch Jeep Bells: I i Iii i''i i PAHOKEE MILL & SUPPLY COMPANYFORMERLY I!


FOR S\IJ:: 20 lots m Streamline I.
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Sub-division, near ice plant, i
Pahokee C. A. Bailey, Phone 70,
Belle Glade. ii iiI iiI

ROSE nrSHES. 2-3'ear-old field I

grown everblooming plants; i
over fifty choice varieties; writ
for free catalog with roses in Pahokee Lumber Company !

color Ty-Tex Rose Nurseries, P. I
O Box, Tyler, Texas I
Oct 3, 10, 17, 24 c :

FOR x\LK: 1937 four door six

cylinder Packard sedan, radio: I i

new tires, good running: condition, : i

1'hone 531 or 4721- Canal Point. It,: I i BUILDING SUPPLIES FRAMING SHEETING I II

TRUCK FOR s.\I.E: 1Q42 Fo111; :I ,

II:, ton 4-wht'f'1 drive. sale or j i

trade for car Ernest Lindrose. J*., :I i

Pahokee.- Box Ml- Oct.--3p4t i: AND MILL WORK AND SIDINGI!I

FOR RENT: 50O acres sand lat.drire'r I
ideal l drainage and irrigation -
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system. suitable for leaf

and root vegetable crops. H M Kitchen Cabinets Counters
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Saunders. Mgr, Indiantown Development Hough and Dressed ::1
Oct3 2t :Mouldings Door & Window '
Co. Phone 2021. Lumber i i'

FOR s.\1.F: One table top model 3 : Framing I
burner Florence kerosene rang* 1 Ii

in R,.o.l ('onditi0n.tO ca*h. See C. I i

J. '.'\\"dJ. Canal Point Itp
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i iST.U Jambs and Trim Pine, Cypress
"'.\ : : Part time N>okkttper
and stenographer for the *-ea.son I Window and Screen Doors And Fir :

Box S.>:'. Canal Point Fla ;
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$I.?:. and 31Dstinttiye' P.r- Estimates For Building Material

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