The Tr, Disinuished Mind
Prefers Pie Pric:nces'
' July 12, 1946
PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN
UT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
SEx-Marine Opens N Methdist
RECENT Pahokee Beauty Shop w elos
OPERATIONS A Umtd States Marine ,th 8 Pastor Welcomed
._ years and four month, snce tc TO Canal n
By Paul Rardin his credit is back at honme and o C l r
opening his own business a beau-
ty shop temporarily located in the The W. S. C. S. of the Canal
I'm reproducing an article from Thompson hotel in Pahoker P,,unt M, thodist Church will :pon-
The Clewiston News in wnich my Wounded on Bouganveillr and sr a i eception for Rev. and Mrs.
friend Editor Carr Settle has some wounded again on Guam. Marine.
nice things to say about the new Vernice Adkms wa.. discharged, lllam 1. Blar e huh's new
executive vice-president of tne from Uncle Sam's service Oct. 26,. minister and his wife, on Friday
sugar company--Charles E. Weth -1944. Deciding that he had bet. v;ning. July 12. The reception
Needed For Glades
Once more this newspaper is
making an effort to help find sonyi
person who would br interested in
working with the State Welfare
Department. The job pays $135
per month to start and there i a
Utility Tax Is
:City Of Pahokee
I l At a mrn eting ot the 1'ahitkte
SCit. Counal Tuesdaty eveningg two
mileage allowance of 7'. cents per "dinantes Wre, passed on the fiist
mnle. reading, line treating a new tiIt
There are some .~titt qi ahlfica. zone for the ity and the other
tions but there t- a possibly that Ir"tahllllt a CItv LIIltv tax Ii
I ,this ee, r ,,e~n,,. ,, ,if the redA hiu-,t the revenue of the itlv
trald. From the way Editor Settle ter i ml some way to make a liv. will Dt nh-lu at tie parsonage. "' ""' '" .....
talks about Mr. Wetherald there is ing. outing Adkins took tianing Mr. Blain comes to Canal Point tape could be rut and i prison At ad n thquet nit Mayor ,d
a possibility that in the future the in ntauty culture, finished hi noiii ter Addison Street Chuich in with just ortinalur plain hoi ,ii ,on the ilcil at duilt
sugar company will be humanized. course and worked several months Chag. His homlle town is De- sense ught be puto work and Attiorne Thadll Whidd lmi wa,
During the past few years-under before returning to Panokee when troit. white he was a member of you are interested plea call Mrs d At rma Thadd h ,hu a,
Bitting's direction-the orgamza- he has been working quite a while the Drtto.t Conitrence of the A i'e Mather. State lfale D- t asked tI drt an iefet
tion had become a cold blooded in the Glades Beauty Center. ;Meth.odist Chtuh before transfer- pa:tnmnet, West Paln BaA h The t r as fm te
mechanical institution about which In his new shop and location ex- ing to Florida. He graduated phone number is 9772. A11 b. t B r f H ead fron the St at
folks were always saying unkind Ma"me Adklns ha.- som splendid from Wayne University n Detroit The particular applicant will be B"ar f' ad ilth lprov .lmnt t mat
things. Actions of some of the equipment and is ready to render in 1943. While going to the urn- put to work in the Lake Okeechu- i hpa-s and inlprovt ients be toad,
higher-ups in the company brought an outstanding service in beauty v.r-ity he was a full time em- bee sect on of Palm Beach county in the Ildingo trying u lsed fo
about these unfriendly remarks. work. His wife is at present tak- ployee at the Rouge and Willow and should be a ire.-drnt of this 'nit,- in ntauho, ton Marvin tho -
Despite the fact that the company ing a course in beauty culture and Run plants it the Ford Motor area pairs ma.e
has spent thousands of dollars to when she finishes she will join her Company. In the Fall of 1943 he Bids were openl fr the Cle-
promote public relations, home- husband in operation of the Paho- went to Evanston. Illinois for his ,istln Motor C'omlpany fr .a lubei
folks in the Lake area in many n. kee shop. seminary work at Garrett Babical | Maintainer with a nower att ah-
stances have referred to some in Institute He recevc:d his B. D. ej U nint and a grading blade Merm-
the Clewiston office as a bunch f lfa lidegree from that seminary n June h atr of the oni llncl voted to pur-
so-and-sos. I'm inclined to believe i I of this I ear. ae the mantalner fo the street
that these references in many Wh le attending the seminary he Up '" and sidewalk department
cases were entirely right. When r f ln ir V was the pastor of the Barkley Cir- Melvin Spooner, sutmaster,
you take a field hand, dress him up V 1 U cuit of the Northwest Indiana Con- A tentative general Palm Beach appeared before the council and
in a white collar and give him a ference of the Methodist Church, county operating budget calling based for permnilon to use the
little bit of authority, then look M 'vrl of the Wet Palm later moving to Alison Street for 1.72.658 expenditures the cty owned land at the rear of the
out! It's hard to tell what will Beach Wildlife Lague met with Church. year tartmg Oct. I and fixing scout hut for scout activities
happen next And, that Is the cae Glades sportsmen at the Pahoke.! Mrs Blair, the former Miriam villages totaling 8:41 mills was Clerk W. P Walker was author-
in many intances with the sugar city hall last Friday night to or- I West of Wilmette. Illinois, at one adopted by the county commission ied to notify L. T. Keen who ha.
company. Anyway, with Mr. ga'me a Canal Pomt-Pahokee time resided in Fort Lauderdale. Monday. The budget will be ad- been farming the tract for the past
Wetherald at the helm, there is unit. The following officers were Before her marriage she was a vertised for final adoption poas- year that it is to used for scout
possibility that things will take on chosen: L G. Alderman, president; teacher in and around Evanston. bly with some changes -on July purposes
a friendlier tone.' At least, I am, V. C. Denton, vice president: She received her B. E. degree from 22. The -itv budget for the ensuing
sure that I speak for a majority. Claude Shirley, vice president: National College of Education aft- Expenditures provided are $416,- vear was set up Mayor T C
of the people on Lake Okeechobre Jack Spencer, secretary and J. C. er attending Ward-Belmont Col- 794 more than were budgeted for Rihardson will announce the fig-
when I say, I hope so. Mock. treasurer, lege in Nashville and Carlton Col- the current year and the tax rate res later
SThe board of directors is com- lege in Northfield. Minn. The would show an increase of 293
posed of the following: ThadJ couple were married in Wilmette mills over the current 5.48-mdll -
Fmn ra l l Fo r 'hidden. J. H. Upthegrove. J. V. on June 7th. total. Veterans Bureau
SThomas, Harold Rosenberg, Wiley Mr and Mrs. Blair arrived in, The proposed in-reases wt r,- at-
Tilli s A boy of the community Canal Point in June 29th to find tribute largely to p od buldd vided For I
Mrs T me l Bender ill be chosen to serve with the the parsonage completely r-de. ing and equipping of the, new county y Tax Set-Up
board of directors. ,rated by mimrbers of the ihurtch tubi.rcruloa-is sanatorium and to in-
Dues were set at $500 per year They confess that they had bea-n irase*.d colts of imatrrials, general- A entativ. budget of $22475
Thelma Honey) Bender. 27. for men. $1 per year for ladies and hoping and working for a long Iv Held re-4llnsibhl for one niall for operating four veterans service
wife of George Bender of Belle $1 for children up to 15 years, time to arrange a transfer to Flhr- if the millage tboost xl a higher ffies in Palm Beach county in
Glade. died Monday following a In an effort to secure a large ida f-r trhe are olnvinc.d ,f th-. h zneral road and bridge fund the (.ung vyear ha.- be n adolptrl
major operation at Johns Hop- membership so that the local unt griatn.-s f the aria and its who h includes onmipernation to !, thi. i uitlv \t-i anst' rrv.l-
kins hospital in Baltimore. Md. of the league may get off to a goit plonmiLse of ulnhundned oipportinty muinicipalitic s fir th ir rian d wrk t ,,.ii t-,r A s utis omitted hai
Her husband was with her at te start a strong membership corn- They ar'- '.,lf an Canal Pint and in aordanc' with a Ftat la hn apit, ti deide how
time of her death. mit"ee was named. The commit- the imanyt ftii rn.s ti!-v hav.- nlad- I (o'nmmisosoners -aid $190.1,00 te-n- raise that part of the budget whi h
Funeral services were held at .,e t as follows. V C. Denton. already. In the shirt .pait- f tatively i1 budlgeted for establish- : a fa, ,f the $20000 inaxt-
the Baptist church in Belle Glade Orin Bacom, Dow Geiger, Harold t,, i av-. t:,.v f.- I o-"t'!.tlv .I, ir th ianat ,rmll. p $ ', t 1 I ,, 2 ,0 t nI
at 2 p m Thursday, with bunal in
West Palm Beach cemetery. Pall-
- arers were Chris Green. Jerry
McKee, Hubert Tillery, J W Mos-
ley. Frank Dooley and Casper Van
Mrs. Bender. one of the most
popular members of the younger
set in Belle Glade. had been in ill
health for some time tSe was
torm in Port Lauderdale and came
rre as a bride 11 years agn
Ronberg. L*e Kimball. Wiley
Tillis. Claude Shirley. Bruce Elan
and Gene Butler
If you are a spottsian and
wish to take ai act:r v psrt :n
Wildlife conservation it behoiiv'
yiu to get in tnoh with any nom-i-
her of t'he tulninl:ttee and s.gn an
the d Itte-d L.e Y. -ti ll eI1 r1 P h'e.
ing a mimtt,,r i! I Le- IAKrl and
qu:te naturally you'll enjov the
fellowship of the :many ,!6er
SPECIAL PROOGRA AT
rPmiomz BAPrIT RCHm. n Masons Will Fete
Supt Johns of the Baptist Or-
phanage at Areadia will bring 25
of the children to the Pahok ee
Baptist church for a program Sun-
day night. Mr Johns will al*o
Preach at the morning service
Members of the church aill pro-
vide supper for the group of child-,
ren Sunday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley an]
on John Uoyd returned to their
State Lodge Leader
The Everglades Masonic Lid.r
211 F' AM w-!: '!, r Gran.! Mast-
er Frank A Brown ,f M:a:r a:: 1
Dstrlnt Deputy Grand Master .1
G WVeeks if Canal Piant at a
btaquet at the Li n- Hall o r. TPs-
iday at 6p m J V Thomas and
A R Harngton are in charge of
arrangements Folli'wrng the ba"-
quet the Grand Master will pay
an official v:vt to tae L gre at
home in Pahokee Saturday from the Masonic Hall Retresenraties
t Myers Betch where they spent from the seven Lodg in District
a month. 22 at expected t attend
Group Singing Is
Enjoyed By Lions
Ir,,up -:n':r'g fi-a irl-d the pr,-
grar at th,- week! I inhron
i!!n ,' .nE f :!.- Pah, kee Li.n.a (1lh
a!t :i L: n- Hall Tuesday Mfl-
,, .I; M3:lar led the -ingrg and th,
initial iipiahting' Xpen-les
All at-i in. I f th, rn.p'w'd
Budget show Itr r.r---ld x, iept tnat
I ir nither. ptnsuin- v h ih hiiwi
$I 14 ilu t $U' r n mnnii'.iFr-
taid this w., doi t4 ,fforts ti. -g9'
thi stait to ami stln.l- if th. l -per
-m e.i Ain.d al t- ht i -l.. r'--
,arriedl over N-' n. w-, rnolldl
have ia nother'- p.nsqn 1.- bin. h
ldeniled a p.,nqi s.'i Chnarm an
Rev r T How.,s. pastor if the John Prnnme
M1~:.-:,:'* 'h;ni and I 'apla-n The new budget f.:aI tI i inlm 'ld
A J I.,'. v p.i!,tr if the E p:'o- funds for the n.tt health lon.'
pal (c-.t, K ...,ng a duet Thev is adit. ated.l th -'i'- han-lt
i-Tre t *-,t.I aried at th- piat.- department I'in;n:i-- n.rs < ,.1
Iv Mr. H C' i;riham i apparent lalk af int,!, -,t n th,
R.-a:d Sta'd- and R,'v Pope plan.
wt! .r. r'-. lv tr chargedd. Making up the bh dg-! t al ar-
:' - -- t S Na.-, :w prsen r r.! f,.n. $ 1?? '. 2 f -e .!
,.' -: ltr:-f:\ n 'h-cr ,.xperr. f ,fif.t'r. I 2. -'* ',' al n 'a
,- tn th e n.er e, Arn ,r i. hnrde $4t-a:,''*i ','' r i." -
; ,r A- : ..-. -.i a' i new -.:- .: $137 2 7 i.' tin .- '
i- .' h t.h A Je-n in $'25 59' i.s\ fnar:., $74 47T i
irC, '". e A"r i *-n:r : er-.mnv n rir;!tural -n- .rartem-nt 524 1 ,
Otr' .:-. -,lrs 're W F Metcalf airport. 36I 14 antl-maiq:. -
rf Tr:a a'I W R Er-.-ks of trw' 43 5.4 ,ark $40 64 a ]
R,,P- Ford Ga buildt:r.g $, 021 f-, .ff, :ail -
Harn Freemran state road In-
spector spent the Fourth of July
'l.aysV w::!h h:s wrfe :n Miami
MN k;l' V 1 t, t;l! of th- vei-
S ,' I t I.- ,te'ini- .,f $14 3Ci
fir 1h, Fv.rgladi-s ditnrl SltiT'"
f-'r !,' PaIIn SB ,4,- $ni f'.r
Lak" Wnth and SI r')o f,r Dlra%.
I e, i hi, i i !
din -a i ,,n-, f the thr '. t r-in nl*
. ,r. r Ah,, It '* A iI t i, 'iunt\
at.irr \v (.Iarlv :n I'4i arnd frtin:r '
th- law whit h tas paadt lyv It.
1.-gila ir a and al '- tv. ,l l'.
h.,ard tl rai, the $2i1 1 ll Va-%Al\
'. carry -t \ '*rr.- P k
tr ri':gh'oit the T- .-!t\ T i *r '
,1 f rii t i "- ; ilA.. r
-A :: ,r,.,' ,*- fir a w,', r -. '
f, f r,, I I .r ladil :r ,i,. t n I
t,'h the -,r, already; in pT.raitn
*P ',k r ia* I l.--r f, r
' (<".A ,- In.n- A -i1 ,-t
..- , f:r. r i-' '
v., "k ;'a]*
Mr ad- Mr EP ii. M' ,I'
Mr" l..kr F'tr Mir : M"
Ir., S[ r.e r* Mr r.d Wri \'
3)0 A frr's and Mr and Mrs T'".
Beades the genera' village levy Yi,-:ngbl.od are attending the Na
there is st up tentatively onre rn .1.!t nal Elk rrnvention in New
fir road and bridge district No 11 York ( 'y thi week
The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida
THE EVERGLADES NEWS
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
Established 1924 Published Every Friday
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter.
Paul Rardin . Editor and Publisher
Nail shortages still stymie building in many sections of
The country's largest nail producer reports it is receiving
SOS calls from dozens of communities where building is
completely suspended for lack of this small but vital item.
The situation is most critical on the Pacific coast, because
of the preponderance of frame construction there.
Nail men say the squeeze could be relieved materially if
the Governmnt would release more of its warehouse stocks.
These are estimated in some quarters at between 40,000 and
60,000 pounds.-Wall Street Journal
By Maola MUar
The offering at the Prince
Theatre for this coming Sunday
Monday will prove an hilarious
show for everyone. The story is
"What Next, Corporal Hargrove?'
(Pleae note that Hargrove has
been advanced from buck private
since the releasing of the picture
"See here Private Hargrove.")
Stars of the piece are Robert
Walker, Keenan Wynn, Jean Port-
er. Chill Wills, Arthur Walsh.
Story has to do with the boys in
France trying to hoodwink the
Week of July 14
BFIEl Bir MURIA
populance and at. th- same time
win a trip to Paris
Hargrove falls in love with a
pretty French girl and the fun
really gets started, but the ro-
mance doesn't really bloom, for
his companions intervene in a most
embarrasing manner and rescue
There's a delightful romantic
comedy running Tuesday-Wednes-
day, which will be pleasing to
Pv.rvone. I'm sure. The story is
World Relief Is
Topic For Circle
The Lottie Moon circle of the
Bapt i t Woman's Missionary
ing to Kenny he described the des- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Million and
titute condition of the country and Son's Leroy, George, Rusty and
the hard labor which his coyntry- Vernon and Wife. Mr. and Mrs.
S. Frank Goodwin and daughters
men were called upon to do. She spent the Fourth in Miami visiting
then spoke on "Our Abundance." Mr. and Mrs. Ray Davane, nee
ifl.-,n^--.***.-.i- _-j .fl_ I.ur.- arnwii.__ a n tayeu t o--i
'Too Young to Know". The stars Union conducted a program on .n ELrp ler n Vr talWk
are lovely Joan Leslie and hand- "World Relief", at the church Mon- n Europ illustrating her talk
some Robert Hutton, and Harry day afternoon. Miss Elizabeth with pictures. Mrs. Albert Snyder
Davenport, Dolores Moran and Caraway was in charge of the pro- gave a poem entitled, "Now. At
Rosemary DeCamp are the "Hel- gram and took as her theme. "Feed This Time." and Mrs. W. G. Con-
perouters," who sure do a grand the Hungry and C lothe the nell spoke on "How Can We
job. Naked." Help?" Those giving scripture
The story is deliriously funny. Mrs. J. C. Mock read a letter verses appropriate to the talks in-
having to do with a whirlwind ro- from a Polish boy who became a eluded; Mrs. Snyder. Mrs J. E.
m an c e a fast elopement, a friend of her son. Kenny Mock, Unwin, Mrs. L. M. Mullis, Mrs.
"quickie" wedding and some whose division during the recent Griffin Gillis. Mrs. W. H. Keys.
mighty funny adventures after the war, liberated the part of Poland Miss Caraway led the devotionals
wedding, when everything happens where his home was located. Writ- assisted by Mrs. Mullis.
to this young couple.
40,000.000 people in these United
States have read the daily column
of the late and beloved Ernie Pyle,
and they have all been mighty in-
terested in this grand character.
Hollywood has turned out a pic-
ture, telling the story of his days
with the boys in this war, which
has proven to be one of the most \//
interesting pictures yet to reach .
our screen. The picture is "G.
I. Joe" and it is due to be screen-
Burgess Meredith was picked,
after a long search, to play the
role of Ernie Pyle, and, incidently.
Ernie's wife "That Girl" as he af-
fectionately spoke of her. okeyed
the selection after making the
statement that Mr. Meredith "was
the nearest living thing to Ernie."
In the cast with Mr. Burgess are
Robert Mitchum as The Captain.
Freddie Steele as The Sergeant
and Wally Cassell as The Private. N
Of course there are thousands of
others and the story i one that
you'll never forget.
Saturday comes a double head- 8 /
er. Featured is "The Spider Wom-
an Strikes Back", with Gale Son-
dergaard and Kirby Grant in the
leads telling were story of mys-
tery that'll keep you right on the
edge of your seat.
The Western picture is "Code of
the Prairie" with Smiley Burnette
and Sunset Carson, and it really
is an actionated piece of business.
See you at the movies-Mal.
I u..A ',-- .. Aleady one ol the cheapest it
rl. ra rs,. nlln A Baker
of Canal Point announce the ap-,
proaching marriage of their
daughter. Miss Louise Elaine, to I
David W 'nwin. son of Mr and
Mrs J. E tnwin of Pahokee. on
July 21 at the First Baptist Church
in Canal Point. The ceremony
will he performed at five o'clock'
Sin the afternoon
Miss Baker and Mr. U.win are
both graduates of Pahokee hign
school. he graduating in 1942 a-J
she in 1944 Mr U'nin recent!:
returned f:rm three, arl r. rialf
ears -entre w th Un',, Sir: 1
months of which was spent wer-
seas He received the purplr heart
i .i .. ..iai~n ;\ n .>]n1 f^'mn- -
unora Million. Rusty naye 1to
spend the weekend with his sister
Mrs. A. Q. Howell and sons
Franklin and Wiley have returned
from two weeks vacation in West
Miss Flora Mary Weeks has as
her house guests this week her
roommate at Duke Nursing school,
Miss Virginia Dalton and MiLS
Rachel Wall of Durham, N. C.
ems1 in your tam!'j
budget, Sunshine Service now is cheaper still a
result of our new
$2,500,000 RATE REDUCTION
There's plenty of this cheap electricity, too. New
plants, new lines are being built as a part o: our
s24,000,000 EXu0NSION mocr
The Florida Power 6& Lght Company t providing
an eential to Flonda's prosperity and progress-
PLENTY of CHEAP
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Over 500 Plans
And More Coming
We are offering the people of the Glades a complete plan service for
homes, apartments, hotels, stores, anything where plans are used. With
no obligation, come in and look them over, or call for an appointment. If
you select one or more there will be a small charge for the print, but at the
fraction of having them drawn by an individual architect.
We can, if you desire, build for you on our property or your own-any
place in the Glades.
Geiger Lumber Co.
Friday. July 12, 194l
VICTOR L GEIGER
Friday,_ Jul 12, 194TeEegae es anlPit lrd aeT
What Do You Think?
I read an ad in the Palm Beach
Post the other morning and it said:
"The price of milk is going up tw>
cents today but actually this is
not a price increase." Suppose I
ran one and aid: "The price of
The Everglades News is going up
one dollar today but actually this
is not a price increase I am of
the opinion that a lot of my friends
would think I suddenly had gone
nuts. Maybe it is some of that
double talk you've been hearing
The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida
Friday, July 12, 198
Warren E. Cochran, T-4 of the
1979th QM Truck company avia-
tion, received his discharge recent-
ly at Fort Bragg, N. C. He serv-
ed 31 months, 18 months of which
he spent in Naples. Italy. He wears!
the following decorations: Ameri-
can theatre service medal. EAME
service medal, good conduct medal.
World War II victory medal,
EAME occupation medal. He is
now visiting his sister and broth-
er-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Un-
win in Pahokee.
The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florda
Goldie Durrance performed the
Ronald C. Stanley. Ph. M 3-c U. ceremony. Mrs Bonnell Burns of
S. N R., son of Mr. and r Canal Point and S. G. Burns of
Ralph Stanley of Pahokee, receiv- Pahokee were the witnesses.
ed his discharge from the U. S Mrs. Wilson is a graduate of the
Naval Hospital Staff at Shoemak-; Pahokee High School. graduating
er. Calif., on July 1st. He is now with class of 1940. She i employed
home with his family and plans to in the Pahokee Drainage Distrct
enter Pre-medical school at Duke Office in Canal Point. Mr Wilson
University in the fall. He is a is engaged in the brokerage busi-
graduate of the Pahokee High ness in Pahokee. They will make
School. graduating with the class their home in Pahokee.
of 1945. I
____ __--- _
"My Audience," Topic CleWISton Pauer
Of Pahokee Pastor avs Us BOS Is
The Rev. C. T Howes. pastor of
the Pahokee Methodist Church. an- H|lllm.n Sort
nnunces that his subject for the Th Hum % rt
morning sermon Sunday will be
"MY *Audience" The subject for 4 From The Clewiston News)
the evening sermon. "Advertising Charles E. Wetherald returned
Heaven." Youth week will be ob- the first of the week from a busi-
served next week in connection ness trip to New York City and to
with the church vacation school Flint. Mich.. rolled up his sItleves.
now in progress. There will be
special activities at the church
each evening for the young people
of the community, the senior and
intermediate groups. The pro-
grams will include study. recrea-
tion and worship and will start at
7:30 and continue through 9:30 p.
m. Covered dish suppers will be
served several times during the
literally, and went to woik as the
new executive vice-president of the
United States Sugar Corporation.
Named to this position following
the recent designation of Clirence,
R Bitting as corporation president.
Mr Wetherald came to Clewiston
and spent ten days looking over
the corporation properties and be-
coming acquainted with the per-
Pre- n an genera manu actur-
Ing manager of the Chevrolet
Motor Company, also found time
Friday. July 12 1946
week at 6:30 p. m. pror to the pro- Isonnel. He then returned norti -0
grams The theme for the week wind up some business affairs be-
will be "To Serve the Present fore assuming the active manage-
Age." The groups will be led in'ment.
the activity by members of the: Interviewed by a News represen-
youth comradeship team. Miss' tative Tuesd#y morning Mr Wcth-
Dorothy Rowley. Miss Fay Tuten, erald was very frank in stating
Miss Nell Howes and MLss Miriam that no changes in personnel were
Haynes. Teachers and officers of iontemplatd. "When an organi-
the intermediate groups will aso nation has as many employees who
assist with the activity. nave stuck with it many years as
the sugar corporation has, many of
Wilson Bardin them cutting their eeye teeth on a
stalk of sugar cane, it would be
Mr. and Mrs Robert Bardin of' ridiculous to look further for men
Canal Point announce the mar- more competent to fill their po-
riage of their daughter. Miss Susan sitons. Mr. Wetherald stated.
Elizabeth Bardin to Emmitt Mr. Wetherald, who spent forty
Vaughn Wilson, son of T. B. Wil ears with General Motors work-
son of Pahokee, at Okeechobee ng up from a bench job in 1904
City on Sunday. June 30. Mrs. with the Buick Company to vice-
City o nr a.il+t d.a ...... 1 m ....
to buy farms in Michigan and
si:n 1926 has devoted most of his
,pare time to those farms. And
both as a farmer and as an en-
g:neer Mr Wetherald said. "I can
-very easily se that the possibil-
itire of tne Everglades as a pro-
ducing area for sugar and other
-:ale cops hay not been ex-
hausted by any manner of means"
The new general manager is af-
faile and friendly and is certain to
make a host of friends in Clewii-
ton very soon. But behind the
twinkle in his eye as he talks can
be seen a hint of the qualities
which permitted him to fight his
way upard from the bottom to the
very pinnacle of success in one of
the largest corporations in Amer-
ca His frankness of speech is re-
freshing and one quickly gains the
impression that his dealings with
employees and with the people of
to Fb LO R I9 BD:1
Vitamin D Milk
AVAILABLE AT YOUR
Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla
FOR THOSE LEAKY ROOFS
W1escote Supreme Liquid 5 Gal.
Asbestos Roof Coating S3.5S
Swing Blades (Lasy Boy) 7ic
This is less than cost
TIRES AND TUBES FOR THAT MOIEI. A
Tire $11.68 Tube $2.60
(alvanized Measure Cans
WITH FUNNEL SPOT
Half GaL $1.60
Western Auto Associate Store
I. 1. LAIR. Owner
Friday Juy 12 16
the 'Glades will always be conduct.
td on an open and above-board
W Harper Kendrick left Tues-
day for Noma. Fla. where he was
called at the death of his biothe-.
Capt. Wendell Kendrick who died
at his home in Washington. D. C.
this week. Burial will be at the
family cemetery in Noma.
Mr. and Mrs Fraik Rozelle have
returned from a trip to Alabama,
North Carolina. and West Virginia
where they visited relatives for
tw weeks. Frank. Jr. and
George and Jimmy their sons wno
accompanied them continued on to
summer camps. Frank to Calvary
Camp at Valley Forge. Pa. and
George and Jimmy to Ridge Crest.
N. C. They will be in camp for six
or seven weeks.
op I Beach for an extended visit with Mr. Speer attended a short course
p friends and relatives. for County Agriculture agents.
SMr. and Mrs Horace Grimes of They were accompanied on their
STampa spent the week end with return by their daughter, Miss
SMr and Mrs. W. A. Stevens and Betty Speer. student at the State
Family. College for Women in Tallahassee, i
Sam Lovell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Unwm and who attended the summer camp I
Dave Lovell of Pahokee, enlisted family spent the Fourth in Jensen. for the Baptist Young people at
in the army June 19. He was sent Mrs. L W. Mullis and daughter, Ridge Crest, N. C. While in
to Fort Bragg. N. C., and from Carol Ann are visiting Mrs. Mullis' Gainesville Mr. Speer became iii
there he went to Camp Lee, Va., mother, Mrs. Tim Weatherington with malaria fever and was un-
where he is receiving basic train- in Mayo. Fla. Later they will able to attend all the classes at
ing. He is a graduate of Pahokee visit Mrs. Mullis' son, Timmy who ithe University.
high school and attended the Uni- is a student at the University of 11iMt Bette Lou Pickett will
versity of Florida. Florida in Gainesville. !leave Thursday for Atlanta to at-
Miss Mabel Mead and her sister Mr. and Mrs. H. L Speer have Itend the wedding of her classmate
Reedy left yesterday for Daytona returned from Gainesvile where at Emory Nursing School. Miss
Catherine Fridy and Holland Man-
gum who will be married on Fri-
Mr. and Mrs. I. W Weeks and
NoticeTo Growers and Planters son Murray and their daughter.
Miss Flora Mary Weeks who is
home on vacation from Duke Nurs- I
ing School. have returned from a!
Farmers Production Credit Association will have fishing camp near Leesburg where
a representative at the office of M. P. Holman, they spent a week.
Inc., in Pahokee each Friday, beginning July 12 Mr and Mrs carmen Salva-
through August 15, 1946, between the hours of tore. sr. had as tneir house guests
10 a. m. and 3 p. m., to process applications for ths week Mrs. Salvatores parents. I
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Woodard and
farm financing. her sister. Mrs. B. R. Herring of'
8-156 Ft Mead and her uncle and aunt,
S Mr. and Mrs. J. L Judy of Cler-
S mont. Fla.
NMr and Mrs F. M Shaughnelsy
and daluhter Mifs Jean Shauighl-
-rf r nresy have returned from Amaril-
S lo. Texas where they were called
UH E ifD RDT' Fine Clothes For at the death of Mr Shaughnessv-s
H EnrA R II u father, F M Shaughnessy. si-
Men and Women The Fled and Percy Mansfield
TAILORED TO MEASURE American Legion Post No 90 will
conduct a joint meeting with the
Have Your Ladies' Clothes Tailored American Legion Auxiliary on.'
By A Man's Tailor dav at s 30 p. m at the Woman's
Club building A pot luck supper
B AL BELC H ER will be ,-rved plior to the meeting.
SBOX 876 PAHOKEE *
-BIEB EBClassified Ads
holding him hba
We in Southern Ilt hI brn adding telephones a the
roe of 350,000 a yea. But stages have been growing
worse, and now it's harder oad harder for us to get mao
trials for monifoctring and hilding.
We aren't copoi forwe ware in the mMt boat m
everyone eie. lut we thought yee might like to know the
supply sitaetio on ne 6f the biggest item i the tele
EAl-Ter is a world alort
* lead Etv w.h coedt.o"i herie
t ogt; tt., it .!i b. Winm
tIr- o':lt odequale sepl.e ore
COP9ER-l4 greet dem d but we
." ::tl o. hve a .. t,; o ,,.
phl. .'"e toe ,n 'tr r. rt-' g
.ed tebr'.tl plath a-t qo.ng
TE7''., conui shortage of
c.' i -*rj n *',. v -i and
(.Cs demand oletl, ei.
$1 it-Steel and e al strike hoe
sfwd sppi i face of s-
pricdtdted dea d.
UIItuI--Synrtscs are in flir
so;oly but etuarl rLobr ii kM
L.,tl4 -Scarce soplt dje to
l." :;.::-'; dnm- and 4,,!3.
CaO- 'ib-- ,O;Z
1PASS M!'. PRO:":'S-,-s I N
Ctctiol 0' cc iifnes or.t .r
e crhare equsptent S-Pl, i.,;I
tb I.rt .uti a ltu-'ec c. t
ore si:*. 1 ae Copper ,'..r,
p. r '. g oss i s C get back
to fuil icol 'JshC*'C-
It's o tough siluatio', bat we oaent giving up, cnl more
It'" vcu hoae 9i'en ep trrina ?o gre bLtt. r rs.-cr
We're doing the test we can .ith whoat w ee cat and
hop ng these disturbed conditions will end, so we can re-'l
po fl speed oheod.
Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Corrany
EPTlIC tanks and grease taps
Sclaned and repaired. Phone
3872. Bob Douthalt Pahokee. MI7c
FOR SALE: Three bed-room
holies clo*t in and nearly new.
in Pahok.e, Liberal terms. Price
56.000. C. A. Bailey. Phone 70.
Belle Glade StAp26ch
FOK SALE: Fine display of New
and reconditioned trailers. Small
down payment balance like rent.
We have three lots and carry a
Seventy-five thousand dollars
stock, we surely can solve your
hou-ing problem. Arthur Trailer
Sales, East main St. Pahokee.
Open from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.
daily including Sunday. tfch
LAND FOR RENT: 214 acres lake
bottom land near Pahokee for
rent. Equipped with farm build-
Ings, ample ditches, bridges etc.
Call Belle Glade 103. Jl4ch
HAS STOCK FOR Prompt delivery
Airosol Company Bug Bomb. Lawn
Sprnnklers and other goods. Phone
9557 West Palm Beach. Prompt
delivery to merchants in Belle
Glade, Pahokee, Canal Point, and
Okeechobee Southern Supply Co.
408 10 St. West Palm Beach.
Fla. St J 21-4tpd
TRACK FOR HIRE: Haul any-
thing. go anywhere. Call 3331.
John Hatton, Pabokee, Ra
FOR SALE: One Hushman meat
case. 12 feet long See Bud
Pais in Pahokee StJl4c4t
W ANTED: Apprentice projection-
Sist Prince Theatre J5-2t
SPENC(R support.., Individually
des:gnrd Phone 4291 f-r ap-
puntment Mrs Evie L Keen.
Box 151 Caaid Point. Fli J4tp
FOR UlLE. Small 2-bedrsom
.'- al .'t I r!: I' fr,',: M .:n
! 'rert '. Br.i Giad," Re.,d I-. Pa-
h.kr, $2M10)0i Lt E A4 3,!.
F-: o I -l .l*- A'. SAl
r'-K ,. $2"\ W *; ,: ..-
: P R P k- :p
I 1 t H. .n . i\
,'- 'A. :r. a ': r f.r
Pa1 -- Ji ,:
FOR %tL\u: ';."r :. ai! F.-k
60tkx1 t.rrs $164 7 rLr. H- -
dersr. Texai. Station iL. Pah-
ko :, It
BERRY FUNERAL HOME
Pahokee Ph. 2301 Belle Glade Ph. 247
A New Booklet On DDT
Facts and Fiction
has just been published from the pen of C. F.
Ladeberg. manager of the Insecticide Division of
the Kilgore Seed Company. which indeed is a most
timely and informational treatise which should be
in the hands of every progressive farmer.
To the end that this is possible Kilgore has
supplied the stores at Belle Glade and Iaho-
kee with a limited number of these booklets,
which are free upon application. They are book.
lets that should be preserved for the farmer's
library, as it will he a work often sought for. the
latest and best information on DDT and its com-
panion insecticides, for it contains the formula
and manner of use of all the combinations possible
of this important new WONDER insecticide, along
with its chemical history and adapted uses.
KILGORE SEED CO,
AN INVENTORY OF O'R STOCK
NEW RARE MERCHANDISE
You have all been waiting for an assortment of
Aluminum and Granite Household ware. Well, we
now have it for you, including most every type of
utensil, including those large size .....
ALUMINUM ROASTERS AND
National Pressure Cookers
This is picnic and outing time and no outfit is
complete without a Little Brown Jug water cooler.
They come in enamel, with either spigot or snout
and aluminum tip drinking cup. They are really
nice and convenient.
Soap Powder-good for household ue. cleaning
cars or family washing. Better get ome while
the .upply is available.
Spraying materials in all form are nwir in d,.
mnand and we can supply you with the dlut or
liqu:di rnmbination ai well a. tile -pra%,er- fir
their u-e Keep flies aid bug< down. u-' frequ-.nr-
I ',I tour garage carni a. a health -.it!.\ ni.l--
I .:u I',.r-:-Skear.. Sprat-r.. I;a--- .-.
c.ti'it"-, l 'r alli1 F rti ...e 'l. ,f. f -
THE HOME HA.\RI)A'.RE
THE HARDWARE STORE
MAIN STREET BEI.I.E GI. ADE. FLA.
Friday, July 12,1946I
The Everglades Nelld CoastI Point, Florid,
Pag A Te veglde Nws Cna Pont fordaFrda, ul 1. 94
GWEE N NId :
bhai $W pa ta
Fraty ... $S pfl tax
Beach county milk producers and
"This two cents a quart goes
directly to the farmer to reimburse
him for his subsidy loss.
"For the put week the pro-
ducers and distributors have main-
tained the price of milk. expecting
a definite clarification of the
status of government subsidies.
"It la impossible for farmers to
continue to produce milk at a defi-
nite loss. In fact it ia doubtful
that milk ean be produced and dis-
tributed at these prices much
longer with cost of feed. labor and
supplies increasing from day to
"Your milk distributor will col-
lect this additional two cents and
pay it to the producer.
"If milk subsidy is restored by
congress, the price of milk will be
Mrs. Paul Watson and children
Shirley and Karl are visiting rel-
atives in Metter. Ga.
Joe Hatto J16, 1945 while serving a Navy
Joe a Jr. H SI Liberator search aircraft on patrol
of the heavily defended enemy area
SDecrtins of Celebes he participated in the
destruction of we enemy vessel,
three warehouses, the damaging of
Joseph Leon Hatton, Jr., Ex- three other vessels and a shipyard.
AMM 2-c USN, Ion of Mr. and These attacks were carried out in
Mr. Joseph L. atti, Br., t Pa- the fac of enemy anti-aireraft
bokee, has been awarded the Dix- fire far from bae or friendly ter-
tingushed lying COres ad thr.e ritory. His ski and courage u-
gold tan by 0. Halu sonm Rear der fire, aggr ivenes and dev-
Admiral, U. S. Navy Commander ton to duty and the results he o-
Airraft Philippine Sea aMtie. taled al were in keeping with
The Dfisnguihed nyig rmres the highest tu t of the Unit-
was awarded for etrwdna ed States Naval Service."
achievement while participating The Gold Star in lieu of the
n aerial flight from April 21, 11 Furth Air Medal wa awarded for
to July 23 105. During this a series of meritorious acts while
period he made twenty flight in participating in aerial flights from
a combat area where enemy atl- June 5, 1N5 to June 21, 115. The
craft fire was expected to be ef- buals of the award was five flights
ective or where enemy aircraft in a combat area where enemy
patrols usually occued. anti-aircraft fire was expected to
The station for the Gold Star in be effective or where enemy air-
lieu of Second Air Medal read: craft patrols usually occurred.
"For distinguishing himself by In addition to thee honors Hat-
meritorious acts while participate, ton has three other Gold Stars
ing in aerial flight On July 3, awarded several months ago for
1945. while flying nl a Navy IAUb merltoriou service. He is attend-
rator search aircraft o a patorl of ing summer school in West Palm
the Badjermain area of Borneo. Beach where he is making his
he participated in the destruction home with his grandmother, Mrs.
of one enemy vee and in the Sarah Hatton.
damaging of five other enemy ves-
sels. These attacks were carried
out far from bas at low altitude, ilk PrieUppe
and were made with a determ.l- t
nation, darg and skill that was a n l
keeping with the highest traditions I Pam th C
of the United Sttes Naval Ser. U
The citation with the gold Star Milk went up two cents a quart
In lieu of the third Air Medal in Palm Beach County Tuesday,
reads: "For distingdising himself retailing at 22 cents. And possible
by meritoriou acts while partii- further increase were predicted.
paying L aerial flight. On May A statement advertised by Palm
75,000 Board Ft. Sheeting
Ix8 and 1x10 e. m.
50,000 Board Feet
RANDOM WIDTHS S. E.
- fl - -
Ample Stock Framing
Phones 321 and 17
Belie Glade, Fla.
Mis Helen Herron of Ft. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Padgett Mrs. T. H. Abbey returned to
is visiting her brother-in-law and and children. Joy and Calvin, are her home in Pabokee Tuesday
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Sal- spendmg the summer in Lake from Mobile, Ala., where she at-
vatore, Jr., in Pahokee. Worth. tended a family reunion.
VElNICE BEAUTY SHOP
Now In Temporary
Location In The
Thompson Hotel in Pahokee
Ready for Business
Monday, July 15
Here Are Our OPENING SPECIALS
Remainder of July
Cold Waves, Regular $20 variety,
Machineless Waves $8.50
Specializing In Permanents
IN OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT
Expert Body Man
EX-CAPT. MARION HUTTSON
Painting & Metal Work
Our expert paint and body man has many years experi-
ence and we know you'll be pleased with the kind of work
for Erme oal Transpa m
Friday, July 12. 1946
The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida
friday, July 12, 1q46 The Everglades News, Canal Point Jiodda F:~e Son
CHBUC OF CHRIST,
"SACRAMENT," is the subject
of the Lesson-Sermon which will be
read in Churches of Christ, Scien-
tist, throughout the world on Sun.
day, July 14.
The Golden Text is: "The cup
Others in the home should
be doing the "grumbling"
if you haven't fully pro-
tectql it, and everything
in it, with insurance.
0. R. BLEECH
of blessing which we bless, is it
not the communion of the blood
of Christ? The bread which we
break, is it not the communion of
the body of Christ?" il Cor. 10:-
SAmong the citations which com-
prise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol-
lowing from the Bible: "And as
they were eating, Jesus took bread,
and blessed it, and brake it. and
gave it to the disciples, and said,
Take, eat; this is my body. And he
took the cup, and gave thanks, and
gave it to them, saying, Drink ye
all of it" (Mtt. 26:26, 271.
The Leson-Sermon also includes
the following passage from the
Christian Science textbook,
"Science and Health with Key to
the Scriptures" by Mary Baker
Eddy: "Their bread indeed came
down from heaven. It was the
great truth of spiritual being, heal-
ing the sick and casting out error.
Their Master had explained it all
before, and now this bread was
feeding and sustaining them" (p.
CANAL POINT METHODIST
Sunday, July 14th
10 A. M. Sunday School, N. V.
11 A. M. Morning Worship,
"Completely 'Sold' on Life".
8:15 P. M. Evening Worship
"Ready for Anyhting"
The first Official Board meeting
of the new Conference year was
held in the parsonage on Wednes-
day, July 10. All officials and
committee members met in joint
session with the minister to dis-
cuss plans and projects for the
L. R. Dixon was taken to the
Good Samaritan Hospital in West
Palm Beach with a severe attack
Banquet To Mark
Vacation School End
33:6-10.) An International banquet will
be served for members of the In-
Larry Elliott Has termediate group at the Vacation
Church School being conducted at
Birthday Party the Methodist Church this week in
-the Social Hall at the Church Fri-
Mrs. Thomas Elliott entertained day at 6 p. m. Foods from differ-
with a birthday party honoring her ent countries will be served and
son. Larry, on his fifth birthday songs and games from the various
i anniversary at her home in Paho- countries will feature the enter-
kee Friday afternoon. Games tainment. Plans are being made
' were played on the lawn and cake for approximately 20 guests. Miss
and ice cream were served. Favors Miriam Haynes, a member of the
Sof mimature windmills were pre- youth comradeship team which us
sented to those attending includ- assisting with the school, will as-
ing: Ray McQuaig. Anita Kennen, sist Miss Frances Howell, super-
Bobby and Sammy Gray, Kenny intendent of the department, and
Mclntosh. Othan Gilbert, Lindai her assistants Miss Joan McLarty.
Kendrick. Gay Schoeppel. Cline MiMss Ona Humphries and Miss Lois
Faulk, Bebe Jeanne Marshall, Byrd with the party arrangements I
Wayne Elliott and Karl Watson.
Report of Condltl, of
BANK OF PIHOKEE
iof Pahokee in the State of Florida ft
al the close c buines on June 29 146
&A^ AeA An ASSETS W
Loan, and dicounts 90275600
1 United State Oovtramnnent
STEAKS CHICKEN CHOPS
We Specialize In Home Cooking
Old Fashioned Bar-B-Q
14 East Main Street Pahokee, Fla.
1 Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus
of all sizes and varieties for
as you like it. W.t are ,rlrm it'd and et'iippedi to do
a thorough jol from 1 ani mt,, c. completion of p'.ant:ng.
As alays. you are
welcome at our
NrI'aIiE: 1100 Southern Bulevard iRtte No' 25 at
City Lamats,. West Palm Beaca. Florida
ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
oubtxlgttot uirect anru
guaranteed 1 670 325 00
Obligations of State and
political rubdili'lon 80925 00
Other bond, note, and
debentulres 500 M0
Cakh balance with other
batik' including r.erne
balance and cash Item,
in process of collection 2386208 65
ouned .... $1.00000
fixtures ........ 1,W000 200000
TOTAL ASSSTS ....5047 214 5
Demand deposits of indivi-
duals, partnership and
corporations ............---- 332 008 87
Time deposits of Indlrv-
duals. putnenhbpl. and
corporations ----..... .. 57698395
Deposits of United SMta
postal savtngsl ........ 25465955
Depot of Stats and poll-
tical subdivtofila -.... 619.53223
other deposts (certified
officers' checks etc I .... 23,19621
Deposit .. .M4,.3581
TOTAL LIABILTI (not
obhlngaolvs show below) 104.30.81
Captual ---................... s000
Surpluw ... ..........----- 1000000m
Undivlded profit ....... 333U1
tervn M an retirement u-
count for prefrkd capiall 1o0.00
ACCOUNTS -.............. 240.
TOTAL IanILrr AND
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ._...0M 214U
Thli bank' capital consist of first
prelterrd s k with total pr vlue of
$10.000. total rettrable value
$10.5000. common stock with total
par value of M.50000
U 8 ooveromet obMiIa
Uonm direct d Soum -
ted. pledged to aeure
deposits and other llabU-
tlue ......-- .1 325 00
Other sets pldged to e-
cure Oapoet and other
lIabllities tncludi noted
n d bills redle ounted
and seurim sold under
repurcha agreement 7 925 00
TOTAL 1385 25 00
opeositL weured bV p:eds-
fd asset, puruanit to re-
qulren:.t- "'! .a ISA 01oS3 I
TOT 1 858 053 8
On dtle A teort the re-
quired leglI reset*
Iat:lnst deposntt of thl
bank ulv 961 27:2
AswLst re;> rt,11 anr wb,.
wer, ei'W,"e .* ;ra re-
a'. ;2.',- *!" .' 7482 216S
I E F l'I.s'::. C-li' t..he
tk'' rt!r t.rd 'ek;.i 5 rr sacar
1:"*ii. t.' ,tn.e :.'> "- ., :
a .1 ,':. a: ', : hr n
Sr U, :LW4F
Over 100 Attend
M. E. Vacation School
The Vacation Church School
which started at the Pahokee
Methodist Church Monday has an
study, recreational activities, hand-
iwork, singing and a refreshment
period. Classes start at 9 and con-
tmnue through 11.30 a. m. The
Rev. C. T. Howes, pastor of the
church, is the general superintend-
enrollment of over 100 pupils.
There are 11 officers and teachers
in charge of the school including
a youth comradeship team whicn
is assisting. Miss Dorothy Rowley
is counselor, Mis Fay Tuten is in
the beginner department: Miis
Nell Howes, juniors, and Miss Births announced at the Ever-
Miriam Haynes the intermediates, glades Memorial Hospital this
Classes are being offered in five week include; Mr and Mrs. Trupie
departments; Nursery, beginner, Julius Griffin of South Bay, a son,
primary, juniors and intermediates. Trupie Julhus Jr., July 5.
The following texts are being used; Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Boe of Pa-
"Happy Times in Our Church, be- hokee, a daughter Mane Tamela,
ginner's department: "Learning July 7.
About Jesus." primary: "Followers
of Jesus." juniors and "We All' Mr. and Mrs. Jopeph L. Hatton.
Need Each Other," Intermediate. Sr.. and family spent Sunday in
The morning session includes Sarasota.
SEA-BEE and EVINRUDE
See them on display here today. ALSO
Briggs & Stratton Air-Cooled Engines
PALM SERVICE STATION
Phone 2921 Pahokee
Canal Point Machine Works
IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS
HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS
We Are Agents For
ASCO MARINE FORD CONVERTED ENGINES
AND HERCULES DIESEL MOTORS
WE HAVE DRAG LINE CABLE IN STOCK
CANAL POINT PHONE 531 P. O. BOX 466
WE MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING THAT'S
MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN
PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
J. W. RASHLEY
JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla,
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
A Servant of the Glades
4 Buses TMiami
To West Palm Beach
Daily To F Myers & akeland
Glades Motor ines, Inc.
" SERVING THE GLADEM"
C rF,-' A-e':
H U Ur. ':.
*at.' 1 F. r:da C-.-ty of Paim
torn t>o Wi4 subsctbed befr me
i.s O*T. 4., 1f .: 1 IMl anad I
hereby t erty the: I am at An otffe,
or d:rcwr aof Lh bat I
NOTARTs SSAL Notary Public'
My coummlsn expires Ptbrnry
Our Glades Patrons
Receive a high priority rating in this store. We
are always ready and anxious to serve those who
busy themselves several months in the year pro-
ducing food. We realize the rush during the pro-
ducing months, and make it a point to get your
merchandise to you with as little delay as possible.
IT IS A GENUINE PLEASURE
TO BE OF SERVICE TO THOSE
WHO PRODUCE SUCH LARGE
Halsey & GriLti
-WEST PALM BEACH-
i'riday, July 12, 1M6
The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida
Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida
Friday, Juiy 12. 1946
will go to Silver Creek, N. Y. for'
Pi! m a usat with his mother.
Sl IIIl l llO Mrs. Minnie L. Hugh- accom-
pamred by Mrs. Bertha Starling
and her daughter, Mrs. Becky
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Elott ani Starling and granddaughter, Judy,
son Pat accompanied by Mrs. El- spent Sunday with relatives in Ft.
hott's mother, Mrs. Emma Wheeler Myers Beach.
visited Chuck Elliott who is at- Mrs. Charlotte Walston has re-
tending Camp Wingman at Avon turned from several weeks vaca-
Park. Sunday, they were joined lion in Hendersonville. N. C.
there by Mrs. Elliott's brother-in- Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Walton are
Is and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. L visiting relatives in Mississippi.
Chapman of Lakeland who were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Segree and
accompanied on their return to son Allen are spending several
that city by Mrs. Wheeler and weeks at Jenser Beach.
Pat who will be their guests for Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Howell of
a week. Canal Point received word from
SMrs. H. J .Anderson will fly to their son, A. Q. (Potter) Howell,
New York City this week where Jr., who is Fireman 1-c in the
she will visit her brother-i-law Naval Reserves, and who recently
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. returned from the Pacific, stating
Firth. Later she will join her that he would leave Oakland.
daughter, Mrs. Leon Kistner, in Calif.. on July 20th for a furlough
Bridgeport, Conn., and they will with his family after which he will
go to Camp Sonoma in Maime for enlist in the U S. Navy for two
several weeks vacation. years.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sheppari Carol Carpenter, daughter '. Mr.
and children have returned to and Mrs. 0 Dan Carpent'er who
their home in Pahokee from a had been ill in the GrA Samari-
camping and fishing trip on Singer tian Hospital in We't Palm Beach
Island. with Virus pneuie0nia. is able to
Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Cruthird and return to her nomee. The Carpen-
son John Bennett accompanied by terms are reIC.ng at the Hudson
Mr. Cruthird's mother, Mrs. J B. home in 'Rest Palm Beach.
Cnrthird, left Tuesday for Alton
and St. Louis, Ill.. where they will :dnICE OF INTENTION TO
visit Mrs. Cruthird's relatives. REGISTER FICTlTIOUS NAME
From there they will go to New Notice is hereby given that the
Mexico and California where they undersigned, doing business as the
will visit his relatives. Mr. Cru Glades Aviation Company. pursu-
third's mother plans to remain in ant to Section 865.09 Florida Sta-
California with her daughters. tutes. 1941, tend to register with
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cunningham the Clerk of the Circuit Court f
and family have as their house Palm Beach County. Florida the
guests Mrs. Cunningham's parents. fictitious name of
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Enecks of GLADES AVIATION COMPANY
Rocky Ford. Ga. under which I am engaged in busi-
W. M. DuBawe has returned to ness in Pahokee. Florida.
his home in Pahokee after visiting W. E. GOLDEN
relatives in Alabama. Mrs. Du- Pub: June 28, July 5, 12, 19, 1946
Bose who accompanied him re- --- _
mained for a few more weeks visit. NOTICE
Mr. and Mrs. George Jordon and Sealed bids will be received by
son Georgie have returned from 4 the City of Pahokee, Florida, at
visit with relatives in Sebring. the City Hall until 8:00 p. m., July
Miss Gretna McClain has re- 23. 1946, for the furnishing of dry
turned to her home in Key West chemical feeders for the Pahokee
after visiting the Rev. and Mrs. City Water Plant.
C. T. Howe and family in Paho- Specifications covering the equip-
kee. meant to be furnished may be ex-
Mrs. V. R. Elarbee and her amined at the office of the City
daughter, Mrs. Phara Mock hase Clerk, City Hall, or may be secured
returned from Tampa where they from Smith & Gillespie. Engineers,
visited Mrs. Elarbee's son and P. O. Box 1048, Jacksonville 1.
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Florida.
Vernon Elarbee. The City reserves the right to
Mrs. A. J. Ludeman has gone to reject any or all bids and to waive
Henderonville, N. C. where e he nformalities.
will spend several weeks with Mrs. CITY OF PAHOKEE
W. H. Vann who is spending the By W. P. Walker,
summer there. Later Mr. Lude-j City Clerk.
man will join her there and they Pub: June 28. July 5. 12. & 19,1946
48 111 120 Basses
Phone 6498 West Palm Beach
FICTION AND NON-FICTION
GET THEM TODAY
\lW're .locatl in the Hiendlry Bt Idliin Inf Belle
;l;aie and tl]!l i, i!.dl to h;a\e %,i neit ut.
Glades Office Supply
BILL WALKER BELLE GLADE
Lido Club Di
Jn Delle ul;
Now Open an
SHRIMP & FROG LEGS
Fr-nclh Fried Potatoes and Salad
Shrimp Cocktail or Tomato Juice
BLANCHE PICKARD, Prop.
Mrs. Alma Farrow and her sist- Marvin Levins, Wiley Tillis andI Miss Lois Byrd is the guest ot
rr. Mb-s Lucille Williams are Harry Sheppard spent Tuesday her brother-inlaw and sister, Mr.
spending several weeks vacation and Wednesday at Salerno on a and Mrs. Lynn Elaibev in Ft.
at Ft. Lauderdale. fishing trip. Lauderdale this week.
h STATEMENT OF
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK I
AT BELLE GLADE
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS
JUNE 29, 1946
Loans and Discounts ..........
Furniture and Fixtures ........
Other Real Estate Owned ........
Prepaid Expenses ...........
Other Resources ........
Accrued Interest and
Income Receivable S 13
U. S. Government Securities 1,928
Florida, County and
Municipal Bonds 157
Federal Reserve Bank Stock 3
Other Securities 5
(ash on Hand and Due
from Banks 7. 75;
Reserves for Income Tax
Interest and Income Col-
lected, not Earned
I'. S. Government
All Other Deposits
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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
The Everglades New., Canal Pomt. Florida