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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 17, 1948
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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{ September 17,1948 PUBL/SHEO WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RAROINCIRCULATING



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

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Kirk Tells Lions Of Poor Farm DeletedBy
i PAHOKEE BANK PLANS
RECENT iI I Boy Scout RoundupT.

OPERATIONS i Rardin's Motion;
S. Kirk chairman of th'

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By Paul Ba.ritin I I II guest Stream speaker Council of at Boy the Scouts Tuesday was To Be County HomeCounty FOR NEW AND MODERN

luncheon meeting of the Pahokce

The Lake Worth Leader is a Lions Club The speaker announced voted to ask commissioners Mond to*"

little daily newspape a Boy Scout Roundup to be hell municipalities I AIR CONDITIONED HOMEMrs.
sprightly
in the near future and asked the adopt a 2 p. m. Sunday opening far
in the
published up-and-coming-
Lions taverns and urns, and turned down
town of Lake Worth with P. O. to sponsor a dinner meetingfor
, for 10 Sabbath
pleas a a. m. Day
. local scouts during the round-
Gorder its editor. Eve.ynow I
managing
opening hour for those outside of
and then P. O. picks up an up. He also asked the club members cityMimits. Horace Bestor If present plans materialize the

article from this column and comments to assist in building up the Bank of Pahokce will have a new
Dies In Clewiston
The matter earned from
local over
Sea Scout Patrol.
thereon. His comment is always and modern tanking home in the
welcome because he write Edward A. Jensen gave a report the last meeting for action by a near future, according to Harry
in a friendly attitude. He picked up on the Lions state cabinet meet full board was brought up by: Mrs Horace Bestor. 54, died at :M McIntosh president of Palm
which he Chairman C. Y. Byrd. Vice-Chari- Clewiston Wednesday after an illness -
part of my vacation fish story and ing attended in S* Beach County's oldest banking institution -
man Lake Lytal recorded the only of several weeks. The Berry
his comment appears below: Petersburg last veekend He al Dannounced "The plans are in prc-
I negative vote on turning down the Funeral Home in Pahokee is in
.5 that a Lions zone cabinet cess of being drawn and it is our
PAUL RARDIN AND meeting will be held in La.c request for a 10 a. m. opening charge of arrangements and mass hope that conditions will permit us

, HIS FISH STORY Worth Sunday at 2 p. m.. at whic'ithe Commissioner A. A. Poston did not will be held at St. Margaret's in to start erection of a new buildin*

Just about everybody in these president of Lions Internatioral I vote. Clewiston Saturday morning at in the immediate future" Mr McIntosh -

, parts knows Paul Rardin, seli- will be guest speaker. Then Lytal moved that the cities ten o'clock. The body will be shipped told The Everglades Xes

; styled "country editor" of tha . be asked to cooperate and others to St. Paul. Minn., for burial. this week

, lively Everglades News,, at Canal: 2 New Men NamedOn concurred with the exception of The plans call for one-storv
Poston who did not vote The
Point and member of the Palm again concrete block structure with a'l
chairman staled that he thou h. Glades Offices Of i
Beach county. commission. Ana modern banking facilities, to be
Paul sat in the legislative hall City Council By the morning closing was preferable! erected on toe lot now occupied b,-
in ,view of church hours.
at Tallahassee as a representativefrom Palm Beach CountyGet the present bank building. Duringthe

Palm Been county not 3') Belle Glade VotesVoters The term "poor farm" was auto- process of construction bank-

many years back. Anyhow, Paul matically outlawed from county New ing will be carried on in the Lions
went on vacation recently. He use Monday! and at the instigationof BuildingA Club building located at the reap

went fishing and fearing that hi* in Belle Glade went to Commissioner Paul Rardin. the of the bank. Lions club members
would not believe hit institution will" henceforth be and thone of
wfUP1.l't ia
neighbors Rotary
the polls Tuesday in their annual
.. new county building to house
fish stories when he came home. known as the County Home. the Woman's club starting
. city'election and chose two new several offices and a county barn building -
Paul took the precaution to have councilmen and re-elected one wlr Officials authorized use of the for the Everglades district of October 1.

his picture taken and printed it had served two years. The new new term for all further stationeryand Palm Beach county are in the immediate The very latest type furnitureand

right on the front page of hnpaper. council will meet for organization records. I' future if the Internal Improvement fixtures have already bt't'ordl'rt"d
It shows him standing hold- on In this same ,vein commissionersgave
22. for the
purposes Sept. : Board in Tallahasseewill new building M:.
Ing a long string% of "beautie'i"In Frank the seat from permission for Clarke Nevins McIntosh
Dooley won i sell the county a piece of lam d pointed out. A new vault
each band and by way of ex- group one over two opponents-\\'. and Scoville architects to prepare 'north of the Belle Glade prison door manufactured by one ofAml'rica.s
Paul writes in his own plans and specifications for th-
planation L. Collins and Billy Weeks. In farm. This announcement was outstanding concern,
adjoining column. "Recent Operations group two Harold Rabin was reelected new negro detention home, so that made :Monday by Commissione" has aLso been ordered The fixture

." over Nattie Taylor. In the those interested in the project Paul Rardin after the county board are of the type where the usual
"Right there alongside this column third Junius Harris was might determine how much can be and
group authorized him to go to Tallahassee old-st'If' cage with bars no
is the proof that I've been on ,, built at this time.
named councilman without opposi- is
: to interview members of longer used the new type beingan
Unlike most fishermenwho Two possible sites for the new
a vacation. tion. R. K. Harris
Many years ago the I. I. Board. over-the-counter arrangement
'only talk about their father of the new councilman hospital. to be voted on through i In order that workmen in the
catches-I decided to bring the served with distinction when Ben a bond issue election Oct. 5. wereplaced At present a small county barn bank and its visiting customers

proof home In order to convince n : Glade enjoyed its early growth. He in the hospital file for consideration is located in the city limits of Belle may enjoy proper temperatures an

certain handful of folks that I really was a member of the council when after the election On .Glade on a couple of city lots witn air-conditioning system is planned
no room for expansion. For
am a good fisherman. the new city hall was erected is the old Daniel home on Parke" mote for the new building.
In view of all this it wouldbe Young Harris, a successful busi- Ave. and one a Lake Worth site than two years now more space
has been The Bank of Pahokee was chartered -
needed Rardin said Rcertly *-
who would suggestthat which the real estate sail
man
a mean man ness man of Belle Glade. will; in
in and is the
April 1922. now
Paul might have bought the an probability be named mayor of was also under contract for purchased equipment must ,
stand out in the weather because oldest bank in point of continuous
else'sstring
fish, or borrowed somebody meet- drive-in theater.
the city at the organization
in Palm Beach
rf lack of for additionalbuildings. operation county.
to have his It's tvj space
long enough 22. more than three months
ing on Sept. Nearly all the banks of the countyfell
picture taken. I draw salary fore Christmas but county commissioners -
City councilmen a
by the wayside during and
I of $40 per month and the mayor is I Monday decided there On the Rardin-propose site I I after the Florida real estate boomof
From LaSalle Street in Chicago I paid $150 per month for acting as must be a Santa Clatis north of the prison farm sutrji-'
1925-26. but the local institu-
comes an interesting communication. : police! judge. If Mr Harris Is Entirely voluntarily the Mc- mill on the Pahokee-Belle Glad
[ tion continued Its safe, sane and
It is from F. J. Lewis wi-o named mayor it is likely that h- I Arthur Farms returned a $500 j I road an ideal location could be I conservative custom of handlingits

has a winter" home in Palm Beach will,, forego the jot* of \*lc': judge check received as payment fo- utilized with II Board approval I depositors and weathered -

His latter is kind in its comment and ask fie council to employ suchan right-of-w for new four-lane The prcposed site would be in the the financial money storm with flying
eo I pass it on to you officer Mr. Harris feel tat In highway State Road No 9. extreme northeast corner of ti! I I colors
Dear Mr. Rardin: Commissioners ramie field and ideally located -us
order to do a good job. if chosen gulped acceptedthe
A short time ago I subscribedfor : by his colleague, he should devote check and voted to write Ute to the middle of the Everglades I I Employees of the hank point
the fact that their l-
with pride to
:your! paper "TI-e Everglades quite a lot of time to the job farms a hearty thank you note. commissioner's! diM.nct.
Nt'wsand it is my pleasure to and not have it taken up by the Then Commissioner Paul Rardin The Glades commissioner plan: t I the oldest bank In the county and

comment on this small newspaperFor police court job. submitted a $.')0' check from Jv ,to erect a building to house (conn I that soon it will have the newest

its size it certainly contains a The vote was as follows Hatton. from the Rardin Everglades ty offices and also a barn f >r and most' modern home of any

lot of and to bavins District of mad patch bank in the county.
news anyone Group I in payment for ,storage equipment I II
large interests' in Palm Bean Frank Donl.y 244 damages to a county highway ing: material and bridge: lumber I . -

County it is quite helpful as it W Collins 236 when: one of his employees dro-e I Plans for the building are now 'n I i I

keeps one well abreast of condi- Billy Weeks 158 a tractor and plow over it. Hat- the drafting process and will" he '; Cub Scout Pack Has

tions in that end of the County. Group 2 ton he reported preferred to makea I completed in plenty of time to gt :
That particular portion of tnr Harold Rrin: 326 voluntary :settlement the building tinder way for- : Been Reorganized

world in the opinion of the writer Nattie! Taylor 2S5 Commissioners agreed that law Christmas if the II Bard "Kre"s i, -

has a stupendous future. Having Group 3 enforcement officer should be requested to the site.Offices i Den Three of the Cub Scout Pc

traveled in foreign countries begin Junius Harris 544 to keep a look-out for will be located in the new I was reorganized: for the cumin:
a student of farming, cattle raning. . similar violations.Its Glades office building for the ( '' reason at a meeting: of cub at the:

etc.. it appears to me ths* Heavy lo.*es to barns. feed an \ missioner. countv welfare ) 'nr.t-I' home of Mrs D. W Cunningham.

Palm Beach County is destined to !arm equipment: will be reduced facilities expanded to give county physician. assistant count.. den mother Thursday afterwion.

be the greatest area in the worU,, through a new control system devised better !service to Florida fruit and agricultural agent, deputy sheriff Jon Pope wan elected chief deans .

in agriculture, cattle raising and by Brown division of Minneapolis vegetable growers the old "Floridi and various other county offices : David Ctinnirghm. keeper of

similar activities.I Honeywell Regulator Vegetable Committee now operates which can constitutionally haT a the buckskin and Karl Douglas

live there practically the year Company to eliminate excessive under the name of the Florida branch located' outside the courthouse Meredith pianist The group vote

around and anticipate making that barn buxcidity. Fruit and Vegetable Association o to meet every Thursday aftenxxm
my permanent home going to th! . with headquarter in Orlando . at 3:3O. Each cub was presented

north for a while during the sum More than 3.000 afferent food . lira Audit Hooks Sri and Itfrs. with a new cub rout armbaed

mer. item, ranging from watermelons Mrs. Jack Phillips to Ul at her I I Jack Rush and ... Dewey of Muai > Following the meeting he cute

Sincerely yours. to caraway seeds are carried by home on Bacon Point Road th'a visited relatives in Pafcokettfcfe enjoyed a party honoring: J-

F. J. Lrwta. tile aerie AAP supermarket week. wvck. Pope OB his fetrtfeday anntveraary.



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The Everglades:: News. Canal Point Florida Friday. September 17. 194?


THE EVERGLADES NEWS seek the presidential nominationon Worthy Grand MatronOf Public Notice NOTICE Is
hereby given that
i.I a "United We Stand ProvidedWe the undersigned Intends to register
Can" platform. OES Is Honored with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Serving the Lake Okeecbobee Fanning Region of Palm Beach County. Florid pursu-
Established 1924 Published Every Friday Then we could arrange for a ant to Section 865.... Florida Statutes194i.
wide-open free-for-all debate no Mrs. Elizabeth Penn of Tampa the fictitious name, to-wtt:
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance FERTILIZER AND INSECTICIDE
barred and winner take all. be- worthy grand matron of the Florida SALES COMPANY
tween Pepper Dewey Wallace, Grand Chapter. Order of Eastern tJntfrr which name I am engaged In
The Everglade News Is Entered at the Post Office business In Pabokee Plorkla.W.W.1IcC17RDY.
Thurmond and Truman and we Star was honored at a ban
In Canal Point. Florida a* Second Claw Matter could attract national attention to quet given by members of the Pa Box 501.Pabokee..

Paul Rardin .' Owner, Editor, Publisher the event by having a couple of hokee OES Chapter 184 at Cypress Pub. Sept. 10 17. 24. .Oct.Fla.1. 1948!
Russian school teachers Jump from Lodge Saturday at 6 p. m. Ells
hotel windows while the true Dem- worth Keen master of ceremonies NOTICE
Public Notice Is hereby given that
Matter Of Importance"I ocrats picketed the convention hall introduced Mrs. Penn and other the undersigned Intend to register water

can never forgive her," said the professor as he read dragging red herrings behind distinguished guests. the Beach Clerk county.of the Florida.Circuit Court pursuant of Palm to

the note left bv his daughter explaining that she was elop- them. To insure a genuine Demo- Following: the banquet Mrs. Section 86909: Florida Statutes. 1941.

ing with a local 1 boy. cratic atmosphere for the eventwe Penn paid her official visit to the the. fictitious PAHOKEE name.ELECTRIC to-wtt

"Why. dad, we did the same thing," replied the mother could forego the use of tra- Pahokee Chapter at a meeting in Under In Pahokee which we are engaged In business -
ditional "Red. White and Blue"decorations Florida
reprovin ly. the Masonic Hall. A courtesy pro- J. T. OUNTERJ .
and substitute "Red. gram was presented by Mrs. Dorothy T. GUTIERREZPahokee.
"I knew, dear; but you didn't spell 'elope' with two 1 s Fla.
Black and Blue, Red for Pepper.Black : Graham with the Star Point .
ub.: Sept 10. 24. Oct.
17. I. IH8
sadly replied the professor.-Christian Science Monitor. for Wallace and Blue for and other Chapter officers taki".;

Truman. Thurmond, of course, part. Introduced by Mrs. Etta Mac NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR

Restraint would remain colorless and Dewey Friend the worthy grand matron Senate BiD No. 1C3>
could hand a rainbow over his chose "Talents" as the subject foe NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That
Customer: "Why is it I never get what I ask for here? C. Y. Byrd. holder of Tax: Certificate
headquarters. her address. The local chapter presented No. 8175 Issued the 5th of
Waiter: "Perhaps, madam, we are too polite.-The Buffalo day August
Personally. I'm glad to welcomethe A. D. has
her with a lovely corsage 1929 filed same In my office
Horn. and has made application for a tax:
Pixiecrats the fold. What and beautiful
a gift.
deed to be Issued thereon Said certificate -
this country need is more and better More than 100 persons were embraces the following described

ContinuousAn political parties, and it look present including representativesfrom Palm Beach.property State In of the Florida County to-wlt-of

ambitiou- yourg! man asked a great merchant to reveal as though the Pixiecrats have as 11 other chapters who attended Lot 1 Block 2. El Be Court. Delray
much if not more to offer the Fla.. as! In PB 12 P 54
as guests.Joanne
the secret of Irs success. "There is no secret, said the The assessment of the said property
country than any of the others at . under the said certificate Issued wasin
merchant. "Just jump at your opportunity. this writing. the name of Unknown

"Cut," continued the young man. "how can I tell when Let's go after their national convention Todd Has Unless according said certificate to law shall the property be redeemed -

my oppowot 'nit). i is coming?" and hold it in the Fifth A Birthday Party described therein will be sold to the
; highest bidder at the court house door
"You can't the merchant. "You have to district.
replied jut keep on the first Monday In the month of
jumping.-T!!' Sprocket. October 1!>>8. which Is the 4th day of
--tea. Mrs. Owen TodJ entertained at October 1948
I her borne Tuesday: afternoon witha Dated this 3rd day September>r. 1941.J .
part for her daughter, Joanne, ALEX ARNETTE.IClrcu't .
Woman's View C. G. Willis Named Court Se 2'In'

")Ty }husband l i is an efficiency expert in a large office." Head Of Bible Class who birthday was anni'ersary.The celebrating. her fifta Pam Clerk Beach of Circuit County Court Florida.of
Pub: Sept 3. 10. 17 err 24. 1943
"What doe;:;; an efficiency expert do? hostess presented paper

"Well, if we women did it, they'd call it nagging."-The At the annual election of officers bats and suckers to the guests A*

Kotaryann. for the Pahokee Men's Bible Class party fa\ors She was assisted in

last Sunday. C. G. Willis and Paul the entertaining bv Mrs Jimmie

Faster AnywayThe Tillery were unanimously elected \\ lson.Irs.. Cletis Hand and :\Iu.C. .
president and vice president for M. Todd. Contest
prizes were
dollar mry not go so far as it used to, but what it the Their i Prince TheatrePahokee
ensuing year. complet0staff won by Judy Cunningham and
lacks in distance it than makes in The
more up speed. will be announced later. They Jimmy Ray. Refreshments of ice

Gateway Gear.Accounts alit go into office the first Sunday I cream and cake were served to 23

in October. guests Florida
For It Rev. Moberg will continue a? . II ,

John Smit'i3 was explaining why he always got up fora teacher until his departure as Moberg To Conduct
pastor, Sunday October 31st. This!
lady standing in a bus. Said he: Sunday's If son. 'The Town Revival At PalatkaRev. I SundayMondaySept.

"Ever since I was a kid I'\e had a lot of respect for a Clerk," will be presented by Rev.

woman with a strap in her hand."-Spoke-N-Words. Moberg. Another class of large a- Carl A. Moberg will conduct 19-20

tendance is expected. The class an eight-day revival at the

Word Of CautionSales quartet will sing. R. Cowart will 'I Palatka Baptist Church. Rev. W.

conduct the singing. K. Keen wilt D. Odd ". pastor, starting Sept. 20 "Down To Earth"starring
manager: "What's this big item on your expense
preside.A and ending Sept. 27.
account 1"Trnveling'
most cordial invitation is extended At the Pahokee First Baptist
salesman: "Oh, that's my hotel bill." to all unaffiliated men and Church on Sunday. Sept. 19. at 8

Sales manager: "Well, don't buy any more hotels."- visitors to attend. The class meetsin p. m. Rev. Moberg will preach on Rita Hayworth, Larry

Mar-Rota-Gram. Fellowship Hall on Bacom Point "Evolution and The Bible," a
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Road at 945. A hearty welcom strongly controversial topic in the Parks James Gleason
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awaits all. days of William
which describes itself an another Jennings Bryan
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY political party is embodied in the This Sunday night at eight and Clarence Darrow and still of Edward Everett
charter which sets forth, that: o'clock. Rev. C. A. Moberg wVl! great interest' to most persons.

"This 'corpulation is formed for preach on. "Evolution and th .S- Horton

no good purpose, for fraternal educational Bible." How were the heavens and Mrs. R. L. Hooks and daughte

and for no purpose w hat- the earth brought into existence! are visiting relatives in Fort i

(By Russell Kay) ever tot: To foster the kindred What about man? What about th; Lauderdale.

spirit existing among us, for the" monkey When professors with
Newspaper folks, particulariy education and enlightment of the high sounding titles attempt to ,I---,- -- - -- -- -- --
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those whose duties keep<< them Inconstant downtrodden masses, the classes palm off their pernicious denials ---I:

contact with politics and and the jackasses, by taking into of the Holy Scriptures by terming : !

politicians, grow calloused to the the fold all nonpartisan, all non- them "The Findings of Scienor \'*"

mouthings of those who term plusses all nonthmkers, all non- 'The Concenswis of Scholar Shrubs and Trees I

themselves "Statesmen" and do sensed and all nonskidded. who ascribe ship." some folks take them seriously :
t
not view with any great degree of to the solgun. "United We and are ready to throw away
alarm the rise or fall of a politicAl I Stand. Provided We Can." their Bibles. ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL :

party, and even the formation of It But Premier Winston Churchillis I
pledges full and unqualified
new parties fails to impress them not in that class. Hear his reply
support to any party that serxesmixed Authorized Sales and
to a point of great concern. drinks and extends member in his own inimitable manner a? Servire. I
They have followed the game of part of the sermon Sunday night.
ship to all Crats including Demo JACOBSEN POWER AND
"Ins" and "outs." listened to tHc Hypo Ansto. Techno and Bureau. Mrs 1Iobtrgill sing. "Just the I

oratorical thunder of the "Honor- Directors and post office addresses Same." At the morning hour of HAND LAWN MOWERS : !
ables" and between yawns manage eleven the pastor will preach on.
given in the charter, which i I
v to assemble items acceptable: to bears the seal of the Secretary ot "Consecration the need of the I

hardboiled editors as newsworthy, State, (given at gunpo.r.t. include Hour." Mrs Moberg will sing. "Tn- ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. i
even though the boys who gather Secret of His Presence." '
Wick Fowler. Austin: Roy
Open and
Wednesday Saturday
and prepare such material know Grimes Austin: Ed RIder Dewey . afternoons I
that they are dealing in 90 pe- Headquarters Grade In Pahokee
cent pure baloney and blah Bill Carter and Bill Uojd. also of

Such caption as Truman Austin. Names Officers --- -.
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Blast Congress "Dewey Denounces The charter further provide

Democrats" "Senator that the capital stock of the "cor.pulation" New sixth grade class officers:

Pepper Said" and "Wallace Defends hall be divided equally' elected this week at the Pahoke f fI

o.'ICOhs'e become so in fifths. Elementary School were as follows


heads common offices as that"Two claw compositor Killed themitb In in Smashup" newspaper such-- other new It is organization reported atf'5it that!t i the spreading interest rapidity in int.th o*?. roomTommy Mrs: Tommie Elliott Lee president DuBost.s I 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADES j jI f fI


or""Wife Conked With CokeBottle. a forest fire, and I imal':1llethert'' Sandra I..nnh.ice president; Joyce I I

are a number of Florida nf'Wllf'n Lmdvy. treasurer; Philip Dulany !I !

The only thing that kf't'ptbt' who would welcome an opportunity and Phoebe Ann Ramey. reporters I ToMlaml '
modern day newsman from going to start a chapter in this state Mrs Estelle Chafe1 room--Ron- 4 Buses I

ark staring mad is his ken In that ('s.-... (12 full bottles ac rie EUiiotf president; Lynda Mill*. t To Vest Palm Beach t I

sera of humor and that probahlv cording to the tn-law.! ), it might vice president: Jewel Brady, secretarytreasurer -
accounts for the action of a groupof be possible to bnrg the first contention i: Daily To Ft Mrm & Lakeland I II j

Texas newspaper boys in forming of the Psxiecrats to Florida Most of the other children in the

a new political( party: of theirown particularly since; Texas Is Dryor two rtv>m* uere appointed on committees I I

known as the "Plxiecrats reputed to be. in charge of special" claseroom -

Weary of recording the antics of Claude Pepper although: not a activities* ; Glades Motor Lines Inc. ;

Democrats. Dixiec'atf and all the newspaperman U certainly 9 ..- I I
other crats. they: let themselves go "crmt" of the! first water and !
asuch 3r. and Mrs Talton Joyce o' SERVING TOE !
and announced to tie world the would be entitled t3: membership Vero Beach visited his raothe-. ; GLADES"l I II

forming of their new part and b\ Joining now it i Mrs M&xin* Jove. and other re'atives :- I I II
The purpose of tie organization would give lUni an opportunity: to in Pahokee;; the past week. I I Ip.rn'lmn



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daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and ; :

_, .dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing ; ;
Mr. Motorist- in the road. !
Never assume you are safe when walking on the highways t i

MAKE -many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable ;1 :
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... Warfield Scott 3 I Circles Meet And CHURCH SCIENTIST OF CHRIST. Marine Reservists Group Is Backing

: Plan Year's WorkThree -MATTER' is the subject of the Under New RulesJACKSONVILLEMarine Amendment No. 1
)Irs. F. L. Bowen of Canal Point Lesson-Sermon which will be readin

announces the engagement and circles of the First Baptist Churches of Christ. Scientist. Reservists TALLAHASSEE The Florida

approaching marriage of her Woman's Missionary Union throughout the world on Sunday. can now apply for 21 Good Roads Association is takingan

sister. Miss Stella Scott of Vi- met this week with two electingnew September 19. months active duty it was learn- active part in the movement t J
dalia. Ga.. to George M. Warf ield, officers for the coming year. The Golden Text is: "Turn ye ed recently. The Commandant of secure the passage of Good Roads

fir., of Sarasota. Mrs.. H. C. Graham was elected not unto idols nor make to your- the Marine Corps in a letter to all I Amendment No. 1 at the electionon
The wedding is scheduled to take president of the Grace Jernigan selves molten gods: I am the Lord commanding officers announced' November 2. This associationis

place at Mrs. Bowen's home in Circle at a meeting Tuesday nightat your God" (Leviticus 19:4). that certain reservists could apply "dedicated to the best interest
Canal Point the latter part of this the home of Mrs. E. J. Carlton Among the citations which comprise for this duty through the com- of Florida and the Florida Hign-

month. . Other officers chosen were Mrs. the Lesson-Sermon is the f slowing manding officer of their OrganizedUnit : way User." J. Lewis Halt Tallahassee -
w. M. DuBose co-chairman; MM. from the Bible: "And the or Reserve District Director. is president; E. M. Fowler.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blackwell.Mr. S. W. Roberts secretary-treasurer Lord answered me. and said. Write i A maximum quota of 700 a mont Jay is vice president; Earl Sim-

and Mrs. R. M. Sanders and and Mrs. Thomas Baldwin. pr>- the vision and make it plain upon has been established with tie mons. Plant City is treasurer: and

Charles Stokes entertained their ,gram chairman. Mrs. W. A. Keen tables that he may run that read- southeastern states getting 85 of J. Robert McClure. Tallahassee. 13
mother. Mrs. A. M. Andrew. at a retiring chairman presided at the eth it. For the vision is yet for an this quota. secretary. W. Turner Wallis of

birthday dinner Tuesday night at business and Mrs. Horace Unwin. appointed time but at the end it Those men who were membersof Tallahassee Is director.

the home of Mr. and Mrs. Black- VMU president gave the mission 'shall speak and not lie: though it the reaervep rior to June 24. Joint Resolution No. 1269. to

well. study of "Stewardship and World tarry wait for it; because it will 1948. will have priority over those appear as Constitutional Amend-
Hissions." Refreshments were surely come it will not tarry"' Joining since that date and will ment No. 1 on the ballot to 04

served to 12. (Habakkuk 2:2. 3). have no further obligations under voted upon on November 2, wa
At a meeting of the Lottie Moon The Lesson-Sermon also includesthe the Selective Service Act of 194 S passed by the required three-fifth

Classified Ads Circle at the church Monday after following passage from the except to complete their enlist majority of the 1947 legislature ta
noon Mrs. L. M. Mullis was elected Christian Science textbook. "Sci- ment contract guarantee an assured source of Income -
chairman; Mrs., J. C. Mock co- ence and Health with Key to the Reservists joined after June 21. to the State Road Depart-
FOR SALE: New and used Willys chairman and Mrs. W. A. Stevens. Scriptures." by Mary Baker Eddy: I 1948 who are accepted for active' ment and the counties of the State

Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage In secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Unwin "When we realize thata Life is duty will still be required to serve for existing and future increased
Belle Glade Phone 121.Utela also presented the mission study at Spirit never in nor of matter this from three to five years on Inactive costs to be incurred for construc-

this meeting. It was announced understanding will expand into duty after release from active tion nad maintenance of a more
BEPTIO tanks and grease traps that the circle will next meet at self-completeness finding all In training unless they agree to extend adequate system of Federal Aid.
cleaned and repaired. >:hone Connell God. good and needing no other to 33 streets
the home of Mrs. G. C. on their active duty state and local highways
8872 Bob Douthit. Pabokee. MiTe Oct. 4.The. consciousness. . Matter disappears months. and bridges.

SALESMAN WANTED: Asbestos Lucy Jones Circle met st under the microscope of The three reserve classes eligible Benefits that will come with
Siding and roofing contact man. the home of Mrs. Paul Watson Spirit" (264:15. 21 (only)). to apply for active duty under this adoption of Amendment No. 1 a"e

Florida Remodeling and Construction Tuesday afternoon with 13 mem- . ruling are: n (b). HI (b) and inc as follows:
A. C. Santo: Florida reservists should con-
Co.. Box 898. Belle Glade. bers present. Mrs. ( ) 1. To permit the execution of a
I'hone 364. TF presented a program on "Africa." Urges Shipment Of tact the Marine Corps Recruiting long-range program of highway

tfrs. C. L. Shirley was appointed Only Good Fruit Station. Room 252. Post Office development for the movement cf
to direct the study of "Steward- Building. Jacksonville or the'r I
ENGLISH SPRINGER & Cocker modern traffic with safety econ-
and World Missions" at the nearest Marine activity for further
Spaniels A K C Registered ship CAMP MCQUARRIE Banke omy and facility.
Champion blood lines. Our showwina next circle meeting which will be T. G. Mixon. president of the First details. 2. To increase tourist travel and
prove our quality. A limited held at the home of Mrs. Bill National Bank of SL Petersburgand . the expansion of agriculture ant

number of puppies available Rogers on Sept. 28.Committees chairman of the Florida Bank- Brenda Unwin Has industry.

Priced from $35. E. F. Cushman . .. ers Association Citrus Committee 3. To assure future growth and
Pahokee. Phone 4862 J19chWELL NamedBy speaking before the Florida Citrus A Birthday PartyBrenda the development of a sound econo-

DRILLING: See Bob Institute urged growers to ship my for the state and local com-
Woman's ClubThe Unwin celebrated h-r munities of more adequate
Douthit. Pahokee. Fla.. Phone only quality fruit in an ordt'rlvmannf"r. by provision
fifth birthday anniversary at ;s ant
3872. July 16cn funds for improvement
executive board of the Pa- Mixon told growers that the party given by her mother Mrs. maintenance of highways the
FOR RENT: Warm Farm LanJ hokee Woman's Club held a lunch- Bankers Association has endorsedthe Horace Unwin at their home in basic contributor to business educational -

S'a! Sec. 14, (254 acres) next to eon meeting at the clubhouse Tue*- Florida Citrus Mutula "sinceit Pahokee Tuesday afternoon. social and economic pro-
Canal Point Labor camp excellent day to discuss work plans for the apreared that there was no oth r Pink and green colors were- used gress.
location for getting day labor ana coming year. coordinated movement to better in party decorations The hostesswas 4. To avoid the necessity for lo-

bean pickers. Phone 584. SJulGctf The board recommended the conditions." He urged support of assisted in the entertainingby cal taxation for immediate requirements -

rental of the clubhouse to local all-over control of the industry. Mrs. Lawrence Connell. R'- of farm-to-market roads,
FOR SALE: Modern 6-room house freshments of ice cream and cake school bus routes streets amiother
Lions and Rotarians for use as a city
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completely furnished 2 car ga- meeting place for regular club were served to Billy and BeckvMackey. : types of highway: Improvements -
rage and fruit trees located on luncheons. I Import & Export Betty Rae Gillis. Linda for which no help can be expected -
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Bacom Point Road. Imogne Christian SandsLampi
Sowder. Sarylen Bennett fun'savailable
Mrs. Parnell Enecks president, from the- limited
Palm Info Available
Phone 22816 West named chairman of standing and Wayne: Unwin. to__ the State Road DI-
new
Beach. TF . .
committees as follows: Mrs. D. W. partment.
JACKSONVILLE-The informa- 5. To avoid the for local -
nerE''Iity
Cunningham American home ; Marmalade Oranges
furnished
RENT
WANTED TO
tion service of the U. S. Depart-
ad valorem taxation for the retirement
apartment. Audie Hooks. Jr.. Mrs. Minnie L. Hughes. America3war
ment of Commerce on both world Plentiful In Florida of road and bridge bond
Phone TF veterans: Mrs. R. W. Sander,
citizenship; 3.lrs.V.. H. Rogeri.clubhouse trade and domestic commerce is 6. To relieve the counties from
FOR RENT: 320 acres east of tK and grounds: Mrs. T. S. being brought to the attention of SEBRING While Governor the burden of required taxation for
Belle Glade-Pahokee Road at Kirk conservation: Mrs. J. R. Florida business interests by William Nominee Fuller Warren is busy in acquisition of rights-of-waya ti* J

Runyon Crossing legal descrip- York education: Mrs. M. I. Keer A. Dunlap. district managerof California trying to find out how all highways.Considerable.
tion: S', Section 10-42-37." This fine arts Mrs. C. T. Howes inter the U. S. Department of Com- that state succeeds in merchan- interest has already

land is divided into four 80-acr national relations: Mrs. B. Elliott merce in this area who is makinga dising its citrus profitably whit* been expressed and the Good Roads I

lots by canals and is well drair.- registration: Mrs. Jimmie Wilson. trade tour of his territory to Florida takes a loss, at least one Association is t'ncouragf"d1t'l

ed. suitable for celery or any membership: Mrs. Leon Spooner acquaint businessmen of the ser- Californian is interested in the the response' from all part cf '
vices and material from his office I Florida situation. of the Amendment -
other crop reasonable rent with motion pictures: Mrs. L. J. Fraser Florida in support
option to buy. A. N. Kennedy press and publicity: Mrs. SadIe located at 425 Federal Building V. T. Oxner Highlands County

Geneso. N. Y.. or your broker. Barwick. public welfare: Mrs. Ru- Jacksonville.If Agent states he has received an . .
K-S17-Pd pert Mock social: Mrs. R. F. Hurt you are interested in exporting I appeal from a California orange Good roads are the backbone of

and means: Mrs. Frank the Jacksonville office can marmalade manufacturer seekinga Florida's economy. Safe dependable -
FOR SALE: Dining room suite or ways Friend youth conservation and tell you which foreign markets of- I place where oranges can be oo- farm-to-school and farra-to-
will trade for small or medium fer the best prospects for sale of tained that are free from melanos market highways are imperativ-
_ sized piano. Suite has buffet character building. your products and can assist you and rust mite. if Florida is to prosper.' Protect

china cabinet table and six chain. . in making sales connections in Oxner has assured him that he your road by voting for Amendment -

blond finish. Mrs. C. L. Shirley. those markets. Likewise, in im- can find plenty of oranges in this No 1. which requires that

Phone 3882. Pahokee. K-S2 Beer Tax ProposedBy porting it can advise on foreign state that are free from blight and gas tax money be used for hign-

FOR SALE: 7 Unit Apartment MunicipalitiesAUBURNDALE sources of supply for goods in ideal for marmalade. way construction and maintenance
short supply in the United States
House
interior
completely furnished I _
would not with our I H -
which compete
this is '
freshly painted a At least 14
good buy. Call 7143 or 2181. Vein communities in Polk and High- own manufacturers. Also it can "
advise how to do business un-
I. Elliott. Real Estate Broker. on
Reg. -
ands counties are considering
St-SlOt I!levying a three cent a bottle tax I der the European Recovery Program i Bring us jour TIRE TROUBLES-. !!
generally known a* th. ;
FOR BALE: 6 room house withinone !on beer. I Marshall Plan. Tires business size
i The u" .Je cf Ridge Municipalities i are our any anytype I:
block of Pahokee Postoffu. i For those interested in develop.
this house needs repairs and I Is I has asked city attorneys from ing the market in this country, I j;
being sold at a bargain. Call 714: I the ,various cities to study tar marketing information supplied by I to fit your particular need.PAUL'S +i;
legality of such a tax mo\e. I II
or 2181."el.a I. Elliott. Reg Real the Bureau of the Census and the ;, '
I Towns considering; : the beer taxare ;
Estate: Rroker. St-SlOt Office of Domestic Commerce is
Lakeland. Winter Haven. available, including business and 'il SERVICE STATION I:
FOR SALE: 2 lake front lots ov100 I Auburndale Haines City Wauchii- management aid giving approved ;
feet frontage on main high la. Avon Park. Bartow. Kissim-
business practices employed profitably .: CANAL POINT. FLORIDA I,
way. Call 7143 or 2181."f"h.a T. mt"t". Lake"al,5.. Davenport
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merchants and distributors 'I
Elliott. Reg Real Estate Broker. Frostproof. Sebring. Mulberry and by
the nation. Thereis
throughout
St-SlOt WaterlvMrs. .
also a special service for Veterans -

MATTRKSSKS RENOVATED and . including a $('ne.' cf publi-
made to your order; We are cations on establishing and operating .."' :-:..:-:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:..:-:-:-:-:..:..).:..:-:..:.

bark in bU"line1'aftf'r a fire and Arch Blakey certain lire of business in v

Mercantile Box 325. Pahokee. Has Birthday PartyMr j which Veterans are most likely to .%.. Office Machine HeadquartersUnderwood c...

have all new f'quipmf'nt-Gisdes succeed. ... Typewriters ;.
Phone 4171. K' Arch Blakey celebrated her .% SuncUtrand Adding Machine C..
l.kes to have its services and material :
,own birthday anniversary Tuesdivafternoon .%. Marchant Calculating Machine ,
used andelcom.t inquiries
A. B Dick Mimeographs :
by entertaining members :
CHILLS' ft FEVIR of her Methodist primary from business 4:5 Elliott Addresso Graphs ),'

Sunday school claM at a party In . ... F & E Check Writers .
DUI TO MALARIA
the *chi*>! bur.galvywG Seaboard raIl tracks and shop, .:- .
HALSEGRIFFITH INC.
RELIEVED rr.es were enjoyed Mr E. F in the Miami area will N movedto ,
McIIwain assisted Mrs Baky make way for a new $3.0,
with the serving; of refreshmen'. hotel to sere the Ir.terr.stjcnjl ..
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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, September 17, 194$:

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Ramie Deal Flops And RFC Asks For I PahokeePTAHas Raymond Caruthers, Mobergs To Close.

Jr. Is New FFA HeadThe

I Receiver To The Tone Of More Than I First Meet Of Year Pahokee Chapter Future Successful Seven_

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Half A Million American DollarsIn I I i Ii The Pahokee Parent-Teach :, ized Farmers for the of America new school was year reorgan-at K Years In PahokeeOn

Association conducted its first special meeting and election of of-

I.meeting of the new school year in ficersat the high school Monday.
the parlance of the street the OES Worthy Grand the high school auditorium Monday Raymond Caruthers. Jr. ws Sunday, Oct. 31, Rev. CallA.

ramie plant located at the Belle Matron Is HonoredA night with te president. Mrs. D. W. elected president: John Ogle, Vice Moberg will preach his last
Glade prison farm has blown higher sermon as pastor fo the Pahokee
Cunningham, presiding at the business president: Ralph Chaney. secretary -
than a kite. That ia to say it is First Baptist Church and leave
of members of the Pa- ; Jackie Thomas treasurer;
in hands of the receivers and group with bis to
the family accept a past- r
hokee Chapter Order of Easters The group voted to continue operating David Ramey, reporter, and Joe
activities there though long since Star entertained the school cafeteria under Kent Carr. sentinel. orate at the First Baptist Cnurca
at
halted are deader than a dodo Sunday a in Miami Beach after seven and a
the financial
luncheon at Fisher's Cafe honoringMrs. present plan without The group voted to conduct reg-
bird. What the outcome will be remains ; half of to the
years service community -
Elizabeth Penn of Tampa, asking for federal aid also to con- ular meetings at 7.30 p. m. on th;
matter of conjecture.Just in both the fields of
a religion -,
tinue its
OES matron. sponsorship of the Pa- first and third Mondays of eac'xmonth.
worthy grand
the other day the Recon- and civic affairs.
hokee Cub Scout Pack Throughthat
Others Mrs. for another Plans were made for a
struction Finance Corporation filed attending were period the only time Rev. Mo-
Ruth Franklin of Miami. OES year. It was announced that th3 series of outstanding program at
suit in a federal district court berg relaxed his ceaseless efforts
grand Esther Mr. and :Mrs. Ei expense of serving refreshments at the regular meetings and program.
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asking for appointment of a receiver to better the spiritual and moral
Oldham of Miami, Mrs. Jennie Mc- PTA meetings this year will be as- chairmen to serve from now until
for Florida Ramie Products status of the
Kinstry Mrs. sumed by the hostesses named by: the first of February were namedas community: was
Dorothy Graham.
during six weeks of serious illness
Inc.The the hospitality chairman instead cf follows: George Rozelle. Chandler -
suit alleged the ramie com- Mrs. Sue Shirley, :Mrs. Claud- following an
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appendectomy
by PTA as was the custom last ),lcIlwain, Danny Hitchcock. emergency
Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Friend
pany owes the RFC a balance o on Sept. 12, 1943.
year. Carney Wilder Charles Sidney -
Sears
570997.45 on two promissorynotes and daughter Jean Mrs. Virginia His record in building up the Pa

secured principally with Adams and her sister, Mrs. High- The September attendance Caruthers. Charles Dickson. hokee First Baptist Church since

mortgages on large tracts of landin tower and Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Mo awards ($1 in cash) were won by Alfred Meeks and Jackie Thomas coming here from Little River
Mrs. Tommie Lee DuBose's Richard L. Brooks, chapter advisor -
berg and children. sixth
West Palm Beach county. Miami, has been outstanding Du"-
was present at the
grade
room at the meeting.
elementaryschool
Interest on the two notes dated ing his stay here 323 new mem-

July 13. 1945. and Feb. 19. 194 ii, and the twelfth grade at .a bers have been added to the cimrrn

amounted to a total of 29516.39 Navy Interested In the high school. Children of the New Federal No. 27 roll and the enrollment of the
room with the best
year's attend-
as of Aug. 6, the suit declared. church school has doubled. Th;

Interest since that time has been local Reserve Unit ance record at PTA meetings will valuation of church property increased .

mounting at the combined rate of be entertained at a party given by Routed Thru State from $4,500 to $60,000 during
PTA at te end of school.
$62.57 per day the complaint said. the seven and a half years and
The complaint stated that the According to a communication Principal C. A. Canipe announced ; a total of $$140,383.77 was handledby

market value of the mortgagedlands received in Pahokee this week the plans for organizing a scho COLUMBUS GA. Floridian the church treasury of whicn.

'was not equal to the total indebtedness navy is interested in activating a safety patrol. He also announcedthat are much interested in the second: $12.976.53'as paid to missions.

reserve unit in the Glades the County's X-ray annual meeting of U. S. Highway
that the company was area. Under Rev. Mobt>rg's leadership
insolvent and that the propertyhas David Bleech and Ed Jensen both unit will visit the school in October 27 Association of Georgia, which the First Baptist Church has builta

been abandoned veterans, are interested in the set- will meet here at noon Friday new fellowship ball a large

The suit asked'the appointment up and have called a meeting foe :Mrs G. Lawton Sims program September 10. With the extensionof modern church school and the

the of 24. chairman, gave an address of welcome U. S. 27 from Tallahassee to
of a receiver to take possessionof night Sept. The meetingwill church building committee, vita

the mortgaged property, entry be held in the Lions club build- to PTA members and teachers Miami, the latter city becomes the J. D. Agner chairman is now

of judgement for the total indebtedness ing and all navy vets are urge Ito both od! and new, fol1..VI.I1which ? Southern terminus and 485 milesis making plans for the constructionof

attend. a reception for the teac.i- added to U. S, Highway 27.
plus costs and sale of tie a new church auditorium. Anew
. er t was held in the Woman's Club This extension increases the
property if the defendants fail*'1 parsonage was also purchasedby
with Mrs. E. L ho.- mileage to 178O miles
braiding Pope This high-
to meet the two notes. the church after the arrival of
Vegetable Group To pitality chairman, in charge of a:- way now extends from Mackinaw
Entry of a deficiency judgementwas the :Moberg family.

also asked against the Florida Meet In West PalmThe rngements.At City, Michigan to Miami. The new Also very active in civic affairs.
the reception Rev. C. A. Mo- part of U. S. 27 is the 485 mile
Ramie Products, Inc. if funds received Rev. Moberg served for two yearn
berg, former PTA president who from Tallahassee to Miami. It
from sale of the mortgaged effect of rail rate increases as president of the local Parent-
will move next month with his traverses the Central part of FlorIda -
property were insufficient to met totalling more than 40 percent Teachers Association and one yearas
family to Miami Bead after seven and through the heart of the
the balance due. PTA chairman. lie
during the past year'and what program
The first of the two notes was the industry is going to do about and a half years of residence here, citrus belt and the many freshwater was scoutmaster for two year,

made in favor of the Smaller Way it-will be one of the major item gave a farewell talk then Joined lakes. cubmaster for one year and is a,

Plants Corporation for $321,000 by for discussion at the Fifth Annual Mrs. Moberg in the singing of 27-A (Alternate) as been established member of the local scout comnyttee. .: --

of songs in Swedish Miss Jon M<..- since the announcement of .
Wallis G. Waldo, vice-president Meeting of the Florida Fruit He also served as chairman,

the ramie company, and Robert J. & Vegetable Association in West Larty and Milton Carpenter sang the extension and will go from of the American Red Cross Roll

vocal solos, accompanied at Lie Perry Florida to Cross City. Old
Earl secretarytreasurer.The Palm Beach on October 5-6-7, according Call is a member of the Salvation,
second loan, for $257.009, to LaMonte Grew, man- piano by Mrs. Sydney K. Smith. Town. Chiefland and Williston to Army executive board and a mem-

was secured from the RFC. T'.I- ager of the association. Jr. Soft music was played duringthe Ccala.! ber of the Rotary Club. While herr .

funds presumably were to finance "The cost of transportation has reception by Miss Patsy Max- The world famous Silver Springs he also acquired a reputation as a.
6,000 son, pianist. is located at Ocala and
ramie production on nearly been greatly advanced at a Urn- many talented pianist.

acres of Palm Beach county land when the average price received thousands of tourists visit this underwater Rev. Moberg has been assiste I.

near 20-mile Bend purchased from by the grower Is falling off. Thisxpt'nse fairyland yearly. From in his church work by Mrs. M".

the state at $15 per acre in 1941. ( is absorbed by the producer September MeetingOf Ocala you drive through the berg who was active in the Won.-

President of the Florida Ramie because orange groves and around the an's Missionary Union made a

Products, Inc,,at the time of the determined by supply market and prices demand are WSCS On MondayA lakes and come to Leesburg ir definite contribution to the church

land purchase was A. C. Kidd a not cost." Grew said. ."Apparent Lake County. There are 1400 music as a vocal soloist, served as

naval named lakes in this county. From of the intermediate
retired captain. ly the railroads prefer to get high program on "World Council of superintendent

Waldo is a former president of rates on low volume. rather than Churches" was presented at the Leesburg you travel direct sout department in the church school:

the Tennessee River Improvement meet truck competition by rendering September meeting of the \\.oman's to Winter Haven and the world and has been church clerk for the

association and was active in th? better service at a moderat Society of Christian Serviceat famous Cypress Gardens known past four >ears They have three

Interests of Henry Ford whenFord coat. The fixed charges incident tc the Pahokee First :Methodist as "America' Tropical Garden." children. Peggy Pahokee Hign

made his bid for the Muscle growing, packing and shipping a Church Monday afternoon. Those Eighteen miles South of \\ ntE'rHa.t"n School 194S graduate who will attend

Shoals! power plant after World crop have risen so much in recent who gave talks on the subject were you come to Lake.alE"* the Chicago College of Laboratory -

War I. years that it has become unprofitable Mrs. H. J. Anderson Mrs. R. F. where on. the highest point ii Technique this fall Barbara -

Florida is the Bok Tower. a freshman in high school,
for shippers to try to serve Hurt Mrs C. T. Howes Mrs.
Then travel South to Lake and member of the six-
marginal markets--and it is they Lloyd Hundley, Mrs. Leon Spooner. you Buddy a

markets we must reach in orderto Mrs. Myers Fountain. Mrs. Parnell Okeechohee and Clewiston. the th grade.Miss ,

Cinematic ChatterBy have a broader distribution of Enecks and Mrs. Arch Blakey. home of the United States Sugar .

Malcolm Millar our increasing production." Mrs F.necks sang the theme son,; Corporation, the largest sugar mill
in the world and for miles and I
Craw pointed out that the trend in french. : Betty Ann Sears
mile' as far as the eye can we.you .
"People have more fun than toward truck transportation of The group made plans for entertaining -
ocean t>f Honored With ShowerMrs.
see only a green
fresh perishables continued this visitors from Belle"
anyone! . Yes they do especially -
if fortunate year. Truck manufacturers arc Glade, South Bay, Canal Point and sugar: cane, growing to 18 feet w
they are enougn
Lake Harbor WSCS subditnct I height. Further South you enter Walter Boatwright. Mr
to attend the Ponce Theatre Sun- endeavoring to design and build at *-
day-Monday, when Rita Hayworla. truck bodies suitable for long-dust- meeting to be held at the Pahokf'e the Everglades and ride upon a Kathryn Barnes and Mrs Funs
level smooth wide highway to Mi Peebles entertain at the Wom
Larry Parks Everett Edward ance transportation of fresh foodsat church on Oct. 14. startingat

Horton James Gleason and a hug temperatures close to freezing 10:30: a. m. Mrs E. L. Pope will ami.Aside an's Club building Tuesday night
be of from the many scenic and with. a bridal party and shower in
cast of featured players!, lovely in order to assure their arrival at in charge luncheon arrange-
historic !spots to visit' on U. S. compliment to Miss Betty Ann
choristers, fun makers and dancers market in good condition he sai-i. ments and Mrs. R. F. Hurt will
Highway :27 in Florida. the touri'.tis Sears who will become the bride of
and should be of of *
move in. it only a question! present a program special musi
only 100 miles from either the Hilburn W Murphy at tbe Canal
Rita like an time before truck units will oe at the subdistnct meeting.
Hayworth
sings East or West Coast On the We't Point Methodist Church this evennig. -
angel and dances like an imp In a'aib.blethat can pick up fresh Report on the WSCS School of
!;t. Peter- .
is
Coast, there Tampa.
this, her latest and greatest picture produce at the shipper platformand Missions held recently in Lakeland
burg. Sarasota. Clearwater. Fort The hrlf'tel'f'8 used rainbow colors -
to date Mvers and manv other Gulf resorts in decorating tbe clubhouse for
gossip: They say she kissed 2000 retail store or warehouse. Mrs Hurt who attended as local
: IU well as many fine inland the affa.r The refreshments table
men!) Larry Parks her leading delegates: Mrs. G. \\. Bvrd. Sr.
town such as Lakeland. Braden- lighted by tall pink taper :n
man is the same charming you: < reported the purchase with WSCS
ton and many others double crystal holders' bad a* *
fellow... always with robust voice funds of pedestal! flower ba,-k s
On the East Coast, there U St centerpiece a large punch bowl
and tender romance Marc Platt. and other new accessories for the
Augustine Daytona< Beach New surrounded: b>' cural vine. and fern
one of the'cleverest on the screen.lives church. Reports of WSCS social
Smvrna Beach. Wet Palm Beac:, Miss Walta ell Hull and Mr*,
up to his reputation for finished activities were given by Mrs J. A.
Fort Lauderdale and many other C.arlt"'I'IIJUn on were in charg
performances" and Gleasoa Dulany and Mrs J. V Thomas
Atlantic Coast resorts and beaches! at the punch bowl Contest prizes
will have Mr and Mrs James Brae kin of Mrs
and Horton you rocking I Hurt resigned as recording were won by .Ire. FJli Murf-by

in your seat with laughter. Pahokee announce the birth of a secretary to accept the office of and Mrs. E. F Ilollon. Many lovely

New song bits in the picture include son James Leroy at the Everglades vice president and Mrs Blakey re- I )'Ir. and :Mrs Bill Roger an 1 gift were received by tte hon-

: "They can't Convince ],fe." Memorial Hospital on Sep*. 'I Rigrned as corresponding secretaryto daughter were the guests of Yff. oree Rtfrmfcmentsi were served

"Let stay Young Forcer" and 13. i accept the office of mi! sx narv dick Ctarey in Homestead over by the hatrssea to more than 30

"People have more fun than Any- : education: secretary Mr*. R. ..1.I the weekends ruetta.

Mr Jack Brennan and son.Terry s -.---.-
one. I Schroder and Mr* J R. York w 'renamed

Well, folks you can't ro strong have returned to West l on a committee to nominate and Mr, *. Homer Barnes hat . .

on a Rita Hayworth picture so Palm Beach after a visit wittt her officers for the two offices still as house guests over the weekend Gas Butler, popular PahokM

you Just eant fo wrong on "Down mother Mr. A. E. Murphy wt.o remaining vacant.Appeazimately Mr*. Elizabeth Peon of Tamp. barber U in with pneumonia at

ToBartnr: hs* beta a patient at the EverMiaeaalN 40 member* and Mr. and Mr*. Ed OU&an and Mr*. the lcrcU4M Manorial Hospital
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Eight The Everglade News. Canal Point. Florida Friday September 17. 194

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Week Of Prayer To major will lead the band in the Washington Against errors of past seasons by shipping
brills on the parade ground. Joan
immature grapefruit and allowinga
Be Observed By WMUThe i i'I ii i, Tucker and Rheta Abowd will Citrus Taste Test few greedy operators to spoil the

continue to serve in the band as market for the remainder of the
Pahokee Woman's Mission- majorettes.Mrs. ORLANDO-Governor nominee season. Now a state law to guarantee -
ary Unioin will observe a week ,of H. M. McIntosh entertained Fuller Warren when informed the taste test is a proven
prayer with special meeting at tr.e Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Moberg and members of the Canal Point that the necessity. I renew my pledge to
Agricultural
First Baptist Church on Monday. children were guests of honor 'U Bridge Club at her home on Bacom Department accomplish this."
Tuesday and Wednesday of next an outdoor party and ice cream Point Road recently. Prizes were Washington had failed to ap- . .
week according to Mrs. Horace social at the city park Saturday awarded to Mrs. N. E. Ingrain prove a "taste test" ruling on
ITnwin WMU president. evening. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A. R. Harrington and Mrs. Florida citrus said "The decision With openings available for approximately
will start with H. was made on the basis of 65 officers and
The observance W. D. Hardaway. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carter. Others attendingwere objections women
a meeting Monday afternoon at A. Batchelor Mr. Slid Mrs. A. C. Mrs. C. G. Coburn. Mrs.! C. by only 30 shippers. I regretit 728 enlisted women in its regular
3:30 with Mrs. Stella Munis pro- Santo and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watson Lawton Sims Mrs. D. R. Hall and greatly. The taste test for Florida establishments the Marine Corps
gram chairman for the Lottie and members of their families Mrs. F. :M. Shaughnessy.Mrs. citrus is nothing new or un- is requesting applications for the
Moon Circle in charge of program Melvin Spooner is acting as tried. It is scientific and practical billets from all interested wom-n
Mrs. Lorne Meredith and daughter -
arrangements.The substitute teacher at the Belle' background. who are or have ever been members -
Barbara left Sunday for a
Lucy Jones Circle will pre- I Glade High School for two week "Already we are repeating the of Women's Reserve.
visit with relatives in Chicago lit I
sent the program at the meeting Mrs. D. A. Pitts and son. Maxi.
Tuesday afternoon at 3:30. with Mrs. Lucille Belk is receiving I of Wauchula are visiting her
Mrs. C. L. Shirley in charge of medical treatment at a hospital in daughter Mrs. Mabel Adams and
Tampa this week. this
arrangements.The family week.
observance will end with a i Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie accompanied Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Horne of
special service taking the plate by their sons Leon Canal Point spent the past weekend I For Sale
of the regular midweek prayer Guthrie of Pahokee andV.. H. in Jacksonville visiting rel- I'
,meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. )(18.J. Guthrie of Miami also by their atives. :Mr. and Mrs. Oscar John- I
D. Agner! program chairman grandson. :Mickey Guthrie of Mi- son and daughters. Pat and Kay. I
and other member* of the Grace aml, have returned- from a visit returned with them to Canal Point II 1 Two Model "A"

Jernigan Circle will present the with relatives Douglas Ga. for a visit.
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. as guests Friday Dr. W. G. Fletcher The famous vegetable garden 0.14 i Fords II II'I
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lA former missionary to India;:
the Hialeah racing strip boasts a
and Cuba now a member of th"
Tom Watson Quits bumper crop of cowpeas velvet
faculty at Southern College. Lakeland See or Call
beans okra. cucumbers and corn I
The Democratic Part and his brother George this summer. 'I
Fletcher of Miami.
TALLAHASSEEAttorney Martha Hall and Donna Jo .. . JOHN ROGERS I

General Tom Watson announcedthis Spooner have been chosen as new: Faced with the problem of hand I
week that he is withdrawingfrom majorettes for the Pahokee High ling an ever-increasing volume of Phone 3861 or 4452 Pahokee i
the Democratic Party and School Band from a group o>; six air freight. National Airlines are I '

will register as an Independent.His candidates. Rita Fay Hurt wno I I'planning expansion of their cargo I II I ,J ( :
withdrawal from the party succeeds Joan McLarty as drum operation.
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was caused he said by action at
the Philadelphia convention,
"which abused and insulted Southern -
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Democracy and surrender vc

party principles to party politics."
Watson called the National
Democratic Platform a distortionand
violation of Democratic principles i
pertaining<< to states rights :
civil rights racial problems labor :

and relations home federal rule. and state powers THIS PIG FLUffY

Watson said he would work fora
two-party system in Florida because -
he felt the welfare of Florida ,

demanded it. ATM TOWEL !

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New Village Planned j CANNONTOWEL S .

Near Ft. Lauderdale From coa,Mo-coott, Bendix Washer dealers ore
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FORT LAUDERDALE Plansare l r a.Q Y. giving away 1,000,000 big, beautiful Cannon
announced for a new suburban -
village on a fertile 10,000 acres. 19 bath towel In a gay assortment of colors
miles north of Miami and 3 mile?
west of Fort Lauderdale.The c. and patterns! You'll get yours-without cost
multi-million dollar projectis GAY 1 t r 4 erc ..

to be known as Plantation Vill- 4 R,aR or obligation-when you see our demonstration

age. Plantation Homes. Inc., of COLORS ANDPATTERNS \ k
of the new Bendix Washer
which Chauncey R. Clark is presi-

dent will develop the property 'asa with the Automatic Soap Injector!
community of homes with its
own business district public build (:
ings golf course, churches and
theatres. Early incorporation of
the village is planned.
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Roads have been built water

control and supply provided public
utilities made available and construction I
of the first unit of mod- ( 20x40 a
ern homes is under way.
The project has received approval -
of the FHA. and president INCHES! \ t

Clark points out that this sets a c:
precedent since the FHA usually
frowns on projects of this char
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Home sites are one acre each af- .i

fording plenty of space for fruits
vegetables and a tropical garden.

at Soil Pavie.Is extremely just across rich and the grower canal COME SEE THE WASHER WITH A "BRAIN"! a #

from Plantation Homes have
known to bring in as much as IT CAN EVEN PUT IN ITS OWN SOAP!
$4.000 per acre growing straw
berries.
It's worth seeing . because the Bendix does an extra job no other washer can

Three-bedroom' homes with do! Yes, the Bendix . and only the Bendix has that newest step-saver the
large window, bmlil-in dressing
amazing Automatic Soap Injector. Come see how it measures and puts in the
tables, central heating anti ventilation -
tile baths and "J'Sciou" exact amount of soap at exactly. the right time. Come watch our demonstration

kitchen on an acre of land sell f>t- and take home a beautiful Cannon bath towel . absolutely free! s..ww.. astsw. ,
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$12.164while t .oroom homes
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are offered complete at $10.241 or.
easy terms. NOW A BENDIX FOR AS LOW AS $10095,

.a. Model' normal
( S-707, including mfoOofion)

Commodore Stanley Kitchinc. BUST me rowa WHILE OUR SUPPLY LASTS
Chairman the Board: of Commissioners COME FIRST SERVED GET YOU

of the Florida Inlanl
Navigation District calls attention -
to the fact that all inl*.. BOE'S Mathis-Boe
along the East Coast should b*
dredged to 12 feet to conform with
the impending 12-foot project in Pahoke Belle GladePate
the waterway itself.