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Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: August 16, 1946
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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 )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079910
Volume ID: VID00452
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Established 1924


PE4S


'The Truly Distinguished Mind
Prefers the Provinces'


FRIDAY
August 16,1916

CIRCULATING TH


PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL PO/NT BY PAUL RARDIN


ROUGHOUT


THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


RECENT 1Churches Join In Rardin Tells County Board State Road Glades Now Has GI
OPERATIONS Vacation Bible Deot. Is Giving Glades "Run-Around" On Flight School As

y a,. School Next Week New Road Between Pahokee-Be!le Glade Approved By CAA
The Canal Point Vacation Bible iBy C. H. Ralls m Miami Heraldi "But in an Everglades area that After weeks of planning and
I'm a patient man. Patience of School will be held f:om Aug; .: Belief that the state is giving sends 18.000 cars of vegetables to days of continuous work at filing
a calibre known to that Biblical 19th through the 30th. Tnis is a Palm Beach county "the run- market each year, we haven't a out forms, the Glades now has an
character is one of the prerequi- community wide school jointly around" on the project of building single first-lass state road." approved CAA flight and ground
sites of operating a country news- sponrared by the Canal Point Bap- I nrw Belle Glade-Pahokee road Rardin also told Monday's com- school to be operated by W. E.
paper. Patience in the fullest tist and Methodist Churches. The was expressed Monday by Paul mission meeting that he is asking, Bill' Golden of the Glades Avia-
meaning of the word-calmnes Rev. William T. Blair. pastor of Rardin. county commissioner from the state to experiment m build- tion company. The school has been
and equanimity-is an absolute the Methodist Church, will act as the Everglades. ing in the 'Glades "muck stabilia- approved by the State Board of
ecamity when a man is serving the h:neral superintendent of the Every time he asks the State tion" roads, similar to those built Public Instruction for veteran
a term as county commissioner. school. Road department about the long- by American forces who fought training under the GI Bill of
And when a man is serving a term The school is open to all children wanted new Belle Glade-Pahokee the Japs in the Aleutians. Rights. Veterans may learn to
a county commissioner it is then from 5 to 17 inclusive. The con. road, Rardin said. he is told the County Engineer Jake Boyd, who pilot planes free under the set-up
that he often comes in contact vocations and classes will be held state board is working on plans got experience in "muck stabiliza- of the GI bill. Mr. Golden said.
with the State Road Department. in the Baptist and Methodist for it. "But." be complained, "I've tion" road work as an officer in Mr. Golden has surrounded him-
And it is then that his patience is Churches and in the Methodist seen no signs of it-not even a sur- the Seabee', said the process con- self with a group of competent in-
sorely tried. parsonage. Sessions will be from vey crew. All we have to date is sists of putting hard-surfacing ma- structors. Gill ilbaldon will be
9 A. M, to 1:30 A. M. Monday sa bunch of promises and I think trnal on top of muck. without ex- one of the flight instructors. Larry
What I'm getting around to is through Friday of the two week we're getting the run-around." cavating the muck. He said that Walden of Clewiston, formerly
the fact that I've been trying by period. Registration will begin on Rardin said he understood the process was used in road building with the Embry-Riddle School
every manner known to get a defi- Monday morning. August 19. The road department had agreed to in the tundra-like soil of the Aleu- there, will be the ground school
nite promise out of the State Road Opening Assembly of the Beginner give a West Florida area, whica tians. instructor. To date the concern
Department about a new road be- and Primary Departments will he did not name. $225.000 worth if Rardin said he and Bod will asi has an enrollment of around ten
tween Pahokee and Belle Glade. start at 9 sharp at the Methodist road work on representations that the road department to build one for beginnig of operations.
Up to this very minute we aren't Church. The Assembly of the farming was showing great growth or two experimental stretches of Official headquarters of the of-
any nearer a new road than we Junior and Intermediate Depart- I there and added: such road. fice will be at the Belle Glade air-
were a year and a half ago when ments will begin at the same time port where an airport, hangar and
I started tyl. My patience Is in the Baptist Church. aU r son uncrs A other necessities are available The
gradually fralnag. I'm terribly A Commencement Program will f flight strip on the dike in Pahoke
upset because we can't get action be held at the end of the Vacation I es U EtU i will be used as headquarters for a
on this rad. School program for the year. A D I A flAa- ferryI service to take students to
u n rPah kee S better e the Belle lade n aie rno.rt.t Mr. Gold-
So, rm going to start asking aI O L en said. Casses wil be held in the
lot of foolr qumestos. Maybe JO S i K Se Biger At Tuesday night s council meeting Mayor T. C. Richardson laid ground schooltwo nights a week
,=.v. o. .oia ascaraso Mand IU..Ioltw en,...


*-mn a Ium -u pmln nrur
sing to some folks, 1at rm going
to ask 'm anyway. rm going to
find out a lot of things about build-
tag state roads and print what I
find out. rm going to dig deep
enough to find out why EXCEL-
LENT A No. 1 hlihwavs are built


Plot For Swimming

Pool In Pahokee
Pahokee Lions at their Tuesday


before the members several proposals in the new administration's
plan for the betterment of Pahokee. The ideas met with approval
of the council and Mayor Richardson was empowered to proceed
with the plans. His recommendations were as follows:
1. That the preparation for the hearing of the U. S. Engineers to
be held here October 9be instigated without delay, and that the
Mayor be empowered and authorized to proceed with same and take
whatever steps he deems necessary to obtain the desired results, and


ann training ignhts will be mane
daily The training will not in any
way interfere with a veteran'.
present job, Mr. Golden said
All new Aeronra Champion air-
planes will be used by the school
for training purposes.
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in other sections of the state and, luncheon meeting decided that the that further he be allocated an amount not in excess of 00.00 to de-
I ce allotted to the pr sd fray the rct of stenographic service trips, potage. etc. in order
Florida's greatest vegetable pro- spae ott that an intelligent and comprehensive brief of the advantages of im-
duing area don't hae a swimming pool at the city recrea- provements in this area be set forth.
SINGLE first class state road. tion park is inadequate and a 2. That the town be sprayed again at the local prevailing costs and
resolution was passed requesting that donations be requested from various citizens in order that the
In my quest for answers to my the city to select a new and larger town burden be somewhat relieved until the new budget goes into horo Renelin
questions I'm going to print the site. Rupert Mock, chairman of effect. l
questions right here on the front the swimming pool committee, re- 3. That the mayor be empowered to put a dragline in the Geiger
page of my newspaper-mal a ported that $11.000 has been coi subdivision. Elliott subdivision and the property of and adjacent to
marked copy to the addressee and leted for the construction of the the Scullen property and also in the colored section of town and re- The Pahokee-Canal Point dept
ool and materials valued at live those areas of accumulated water. of the Flonda East Coast Rail-
seek an answer. pool and materials valued at 960MMEDATIO ay is bing mpltel r ld
Shave already been purchased NE YMM ENDATIO S ay i bring unmpetelv ril.
have already been purchased. 1. That the mayor be authorized at this time to take all pertinent redecorated and painted b a rew
I don't have an idea how the Mr Mock also gave a report on steps for putting into effect a far-reaching of streets and sidewalks of company workmen
whole deal will turn out but ther- the Lions International Convent io improvements The preliminary steps including the engineering. Inasmuch as this building now
Sone thing sure and certain-w'whh he attended as delegate plans, quantities, materials, drainage etc. The area taken in will used only a freight and xprss
can't be any worse off after it Philadelphia rece n t I y. Lewis be obtained from authorized city plats to conform to your require- th ar
is over than we are now! There riend was the other local dele- ments. and when plans are far enough along bids will be asked and depot, the partition separating tl
ust isn't any way to make it gate who attended. certificates of indebtedness will be issued on abutting or benefitting passenger waiting ro,.m and th"
worse. The Lions voted to donate $250 property and sold with the least cost to the town. There is no logical iold Western I'nion office has h.t n
toward the intallation of overhead reason for delay m this, remnived and the entire spa( will
S2 Prrmis-ion is requested to fill lip that large "septic tank" corn- he used as an office. with several
I read In my favorite daly where lights at the city baseball park nmonly knr.n as the open canal that runs by the hospital new induws added t, improve
the Florida East Coast Railway and will sponsor a series of dia- 3. That the mayor be authorized to secure a tract of land stutable iigh' g and ventilation
was buying new streamline car, mond ball games to be played atI for a permanent park program, and to be purchased by the city at ',e section in the pen,.r tt'
and naming them after towns on n:ght. a price ell in line w:th other properties blng fomerl used s a f
the EC system. A couple of days Lee Allen of West Palm Beach fire, ha been added d to the expr- -
later I was on the east coast and gave a talk on the worlchop frt n Planne J Exercises T d fle ight eeadeport A esMrr
w a bri-ght aly new strer- the blind and near bind which the dep A ltri
taw a isphi ne strenrd R i Pa n By Exercises Tonight Adteig < hunt t tr
lined car on a fast train and theIWest Palm Beach Lions Club is 1V11 For V vacation School .en stal rTh. water a l
cars name was Bele Glade. So sponsoring and asked for the sup- p n mn nt ,pcted to be completed hb the end
upon my return home I thought I'd port of Pahokee Lions on the pro- aVlh Uap The Bible school at the Church of this month. arrcrdrn t, I E
idrop a li to therailrod and see it. B Collins mc i of arm-n of God on Barfield Highwav will' Hamllton. .loal "F agent
I y t name a car after H B Collins. manager of th o on w
the oldes ton on the FEC in the local Badcock furniture store. was U ll g come to a close tonight after a -
Errgladei-Canl Point. I had received as a new member. RevI successful session. according to of-Pahokee Band To
a nre letter from Scott M. Loftin. C. A Moberg announced a revival I Beginning Sunday morning at fcial of the church. The daily !Pahokee Band T
one cf the trustees of the railway to be held at the First Baptist eleven, revival .ervices will be con- average attendance ha be n Stat Rehearsals
and la prt he std "When addi- Church. Fred Paterson of Wun- ducted for a prrlod of two weeks aR'ond 115 for the day, tth school] -
tinal equipment ia purchased and ington. D C. was a visitor at the First Baptist Church of Pa- rated and church doffici e The Pahoke pigh R Br.,l and
m names r the 'ee The castor. Rev C. A happy over the splendid attend will tart preschool rehearsal, f-,,
we aw sel tine names for the (kee The rastor. Rev C. A the n-
cars we will be glad to consider Mrs H C Collins and daughter. Moberg. will do the preaching ne and interest shown Comr- t new seaon on Mon ag Aor
Canal Poit." Mary Ines of Wauchula have The musical program will be in menc ent exercises will be hell 1t at the ough snceent b Ranmain
Joined Mr. Collins t Pahoee., charge of T E Bush. Although a l a the fruit bd a er Robert 0 Lamp who r etrned
They will make their home in the blind. Mr Bush s outstanding as t il d s of t home the week from a two
iss Antoca Smith of Key Alvin Armstrong residence on a pianist and song leader. H-, month' vacation All members of
Wet ar ld in Pahokee Sunday Bacom Point Road which they work in last year's meeting was the and are urged to be present
to accompay Miss Helen Howes have purchased Mr Colli re~ mot acceptable. Hence. t was and members of the church extet and students wishing to join the
to the Msthodst Youth Aom y ietly aimed managwent of thought wise to engage him gain., a most cordial invitaton to all to bnd as new members ar asked t
ow in Msi at lorida South- the Badcock Furniture Store in Hi many friends will be ad for attend the service when pes- contact Mr. Laapi at the school
ern Colege. Lakand. Pahoee. his return. The pastor. deagcos aIte at 10 a. Maoday


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The Everglades News Canal Point Florida


THE EVERGLADES NEWS
Serving the Lake Okeehobee Farming Region
Established 1924 Published Every Frida)
Soleriitioa Price $2. Year In Advee
Tbe Everglades New Is Entered at the Post Office
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Clas.Matter.

Paul Rardlia Editor and Publisher

Buyers
A buyers' strike? Well, not all of us, but certainly most
of us are in prime condition to take part in one. We have
had five years of training for it, not counting the prelim-
inary training we had around 1932. We are hardened to
doing without the rich foods our systems yearn for, the
glad rags we'd like to wear, the sumptuous homes we crave
the vacations we'd like to take. Another butterless stretch
won't hurt us much. Another year in pre-war clothing can
be managed without shocking the neighbors; they're used
to seeing us shabby. The dump wherein we dwell will prob-
ably keep out the 'rain a little longer, and the chances are
that the national parks and things we'd like to visit will
still be there next summer.-New York Times.

Arab Legend
One day, so an Arab legend goes, the devil presented him-
self to a man and said: "You are about to die. I can save
you from death under any one of three ways-kill your serv-
ant, or beat your wife, or drink this wine."
"Let me think," said the man. "To kill my faithful servant
is impossible; to mistreat my wife is ridiculous. I will drink
the wine."
He drank the wine and, being drunk, he beat his wife and
killed his servant who attempted to defend her.-Home
Missions.

Fact Never Yet Questioned
While the relative merits and virtues of newspapers in
South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia are debated
among the people and probably the partisans of gazettes
will continue it forever, we believe that no one has at any
time questioned the fact that brides' pictures in the News
and Courier are prettier than those pictured in the other
newspapers.-Charleston News and Courier.


Mrs. Uceba Caruthers were prize
winners of contests.
There were approximately 100
invited guests.

Coleman-Britt
Mrs. Clyde C. Britt of Franklin.
Va., announces the marriage of her
daughter, Mis Varina Pate Britt
to Lake Wilson Coleman. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Elisha E. Coleman,
Pahokee, at 11:30 a. m., Aug. 3.
in Richmond, Va. Vows for the
double ring ceremony were read
by Rev. Harry W. Backus.
The bride wore a street-length,
two-piece dress of aqua shantung
trimmed with Irish lace and
matched accessorie and a corsage
of white orchids. She is a gradu-
ate of Stratford Junior College and
the woman's division of the Uni-
versity of Virginia.
Mr. Coleman is a graduate of
Pahokee High School and the Uni-
versity of FIroida. He recently re-
ceived his discharge from the
Army with the rank of captain
after four years in the service two
of which were spent with the famed
28th Infantry Division in the
European Theatre. He is now em-
ployed by the Hull Packing Com-
pany at Zellwood. Fla.
Immediately following the cere-
mony Mr. and Mrs. Coleman left
on a wedding trip to Illinois. After
Aug. 15 they will be at their home
at 325 Third Ave., Mount Dora,
Fla.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to take this opportuni-
ty to thank from the very depths
of our hearts each and every one
for their aid and kindness through
the sickness and death of our
precious hahy
Luther and Olga Kmght,
parents.
Edwin and Nell January.
grandparents


BERRY FUNERAL HOME

Ambulance Service

Pahokee Ph. 2301 Belle Glade Ph. 247







The Farming


Season


IS NOW APPROACHING. WE ARE
READY WITH OUR FARM WARES


Indications are bright that we will

have a busy fall season in the farm-
ing business. Farmers will be need-

ing Seeds, Fertilizers, Insecticides,
and Tools. Most of our supplies are
now reaching our warehouse. To be
sure you are not caught napping bet-
ter see us now and place your orders.


Party Given For The hostesses were assisted ir Mrs. E. L. Garrett and daughter.
S the entertaining by Mr. L. J. Miss Hettie Garrett. were visitors
Bride Fraser and Mrs. Lewis Friend in West Palm Beach Monday.
-- fMrs. Lynn Elarbee, sister of the I A
Mrs Rupert Mock, Miss Lucille honoree, assisted in the displaying TALLAHASBEE LORmIDA
Williams and Mr Alma Farrow of the gifts. NOTIcE JT th, Ists IL
were hostess at a party and The program, with Mrs. H. C. NOTICe ti hereby given that the
bride's shower in the Woman's Graham in charge of arrange- t of the Iteral Iprov Pa keet
Fund of the Sute of Florida. Puruant Pahokee
Club building on Wednesday after- mental, included a reading. "To thA to Law s.ll offer for ale, for objec-
oo of last week honoring Miss Bride," by Mrs. O. D. Carpenter ON 0o in Tallaba e Phone 32
t clock A I August 20th 19%. Phone
Lois Byrd who became the bride and two vocal 'olos by Mrs. Leo the following described lands in PALM
of Kenneth Mock on Sunday, Aug. Wroten. Mrs. Ralph Stanley and BEACHerignty lnd
A parcel of sovereignty land ad-
Jacent to n unnumbered Lot be.
tween LOU A-SI and A-0. Section
18 Township 42 South. Range 37
Eat described as follows.
Begin at the NE Corer of Lot A-f
aforesald thence. N 2 degree 41' --
West 945 feet, along the East
SLot Line of Lot A-49. projected,
Sthence North 58 degree 12' I40 AN INVEN1
,t 500 feet alon the U. S R-wi INE
line thence South 29 degrees 41' I
East 9404 feet to the NE
Corner of Lot A-47. thence South
IC~t "tihe Point of Beginning
f ,rsine Cbt
THE TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL IM-
PROvEnrNT FUND reserie the right I You have all been
to reject any and all bids
BY ORDER of the Trutee' of the In. Aluminum and Gra
ternil rlpr;otiment Fund of the State now have it for you
ef F:orlda .
SMillard F Caldwell Go ernor utensil, including ti

"8 ALUMINUM
Tr.ree. I i Find,
1 *--; PutL J Iv 19 26 A:; 2 9 16 194M ALUMINU

S N \FOrAR Tl National I
ISeniat. 1:1i No. 163
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Thik i, picnic andl
That iJo" H Blrd all holder of complete without a
S i Tax rCertiftiate No 33189. issued They come in en am
he ,t. day of Aug4ust, AD 1933. and aluminum tip
hi. filrd ame in my office and nice ani convenient
has nial,e application for a tax
dti.l to he isnsed thereon Said Soap Powder-go
c-rtificate -mnhraces the following cars or family was
A L de-cr:h.d property in the County the supply is availal
If Pain: B.ah S!at, f Flor!,ia.
A l L Spraying material
-. L t 54' to 551l mnlusive The mand and we can .-
OUt of *, Srg re o asket rI. .n at South Palm B-ach liu:\ rnl tnati,,n'a
Pl- : Pal Ro.,k 9 Page 13 Se~ their ue-. K-eI flite-
Telephone materials tor catching up i "' 44 ly o y'ur gar!a;t-
on thousands of applications for tele- T -.'-.-e nt ,t .'f !h, sai pr p- ure.


phones, extending form telephone service, and provdmng
more long distance facilities all come from the some basket.
hit a big boasef, but war communication demands emptied
it and left us way behind in switchboards, buildings, cables
and everything telephone service requires
In spite of hampering shortages of raw materials lead,
copper, stesl and the like- we're making progress And
we won't let up until there's plenty of service, local and
ong distance, for town and form.

u0i1muN EL TIIME OE ANM Ti7t1 AM COMPANY
tNCoaPoRATID


Ii~,r 'the sai c.r!:f;,ate Is-
I .i'i '!h m,' I Ul',rkr.iwn
'- :. ,: I,,.-r foi atf s.ha.i he
T :. r1 rting ti 1 t -
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of (rc;" (:r It *
Palm Beah- C- lirt%
Flonda
SCircuit Court Seal
Pub July 26-Aug 2. 9 16. 23 1944


Lawn l'trn-!--S
St ithe'. ,. anl F

THE HO



BETA

THE HA
MAIN STREET


IE SEED CO.


Belle Glade
Phone 106


STORY OF OUR STOCK
HOWS SOME

E MERCHANDISE
waiting for an assortment of
nite Household ware. Well, we
, including most every type of
lose large size .....

ROASTERS AND

Pressure Cookers
outing time and no outfit is
Little Brown Jug water c'oler.
el, with either spigot or snout
drinking cup. They are really.

od for household u.e, cleaning
hing. Better get some while
)le.
]s in all ftrmq are now in de-
upply you with the dust or
. a' well a. the 'praveri for
Sand it:ig%, dolin. use frequent-
caIrl a- a health -afety meas-

hear-. Spravtr-. I;,tk*,-. ,e!'.
f"ert !;--r- f>r "ra- anI f'.,w-

ME HRIDWARE.



ZNER'S

RDWARE STORE
BELLE 6LADE. FLA.


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If you've never been hungry-if you've never missed a
meal, it is hard to realize how acute a hunger pain can be.
Those of us here in the Everglades who are blessed with
much food could do a great deal to ease the hunger pains
of millions if we but conserve food. With this idea in
mind, this message is sponsored by:


A FRIEND OF THE NEEDY


PAHOKEE, FLORIDA


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Howes To Teach .." Mi"s R gCov ered Dish Supper M Clark Hu Mrs.
Howes-To Tew- Min Helen Howes, Mins Joy INdu- Covre Dish Supper 1H. Barnes., Mr. C. Batchelor, Mra.
At Youth Assembly t.. wrot, At Baptist Hall Ewie. Tho m St
SYmStanley, and Thomu Howes. -- is. Mrs. C. R Wroten. Buddy and
Rev. C. T. Howes, pastor f the The ftit of the season's meet- Bobby berg
Pahokee Methodist Church, left Mr. and Mrs. K. L Gilbert and ings of the Sunday School and'
Monday for Lakeland to join the Billy, of Chipley visited relatives Recent birth announcements at Traing Union Teachers and Of- ME.'S BIBLE CLASS
teaching staf at the Methodis and friend in Pahokee t the h Everglades Memonal Hospital: flcers Council of the First Baptist Much was the rejoicing last
Youth Assembly which is being week. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. rown Church of Pahokee, was conduetel Sunday in The Pahokee Men's
conducted at Florida Southern Be Glade a Red Lnn. Au im Fellowship Hall Tuesday night. Bible Class, with an attendance
College, starting Aug. 12 and end- Mrs. Lee Rawls and son, Biy, a son, id I A delicious covered dish supper reminiscent of midseason interest.
Ing Sept. 3. The subject of th are spending a week at Hampton ad Mapp wa served and under more de- An even larger attendance is ex-
course he is teaching is "The New Beach. While away they will also' Mr. and Mrs. Victor L. Lu" srae rumstances wieth td opted this Sunday n response is
Testament in the Life of today." vist Mrs. Rawls' niece, Miss Imo- Bryant. a daughter. Thelma Lusabl rcumstnes ith t peced this Sunday in response to
Testament in the Life of today." visit Mrs. R niece, Miss Imo- i A, 6 I kitchen rapidly nearing comple- the cards sent to all the members
Others from Pahokee who are At- gene Hough, who is taking nurse's cille, Aug 6.. 6. -. "ha t to th members
Others from Pahokee who are at-gene Hough, who is tang nure Mr. and Mrs. Sam E. Henderson, tin, thanks to the chairmanship by Secretary Dave Young, assur-
tending the assembly include Ms training at a hospital in Gaines- o daughter, Betty Lou of Mrs. L G. Alderman and her ing the pastor of the whole heart-
Nell HoweA who will act as a le. Au committee ed cooperation of the group during
Mr and Mrs Henr R. ora Othan Gilbxrt named the com- the revival beginning Sunday.
SBelle Glade. a son, Robert Taylor nittee on nominations for the en- James Harry Wilkinson will act
N Aug9.. 1 uilng year. and outlined plans for as chairman of the transportation
St .!r and iMrs. Joe B. William, promotion day a; of Sept. 29th. committee that Baptists in the
..- -- . -I W. 1 Dubhose led the Train- miutgrton camnn and outlynog il-ia


Not;Ce i hereby given that the foUtowing described land' or so much there- ranokee, a son, Dennis aMicia, .o
of as wii be nece-ar to pay the amount due for t&r- for the year M915 herein J.ti' 30. Un l in the discussion of
bet ppaoite u, the -arne together aith the cot of such 'ale and advertt li ii lan. A committee of
will he nlo at pubic auction on !he 2nd day of Septernmber A, D IM at 1 Mr. and Mrs. Barney B. Collier.i imilar plans. A committee of
twelve O'iwlk not at the City Hl in m the City of Pihokee County of Palm Belle Glade. a daughter, Rachel three. Clark Hull. Mrs. W. M. Pu-
Beach and State of Florida. ; Jpe July 24 II -Se an:i Mrs. James Harry Wilk-
Mr ard Mrs Kenneth P. Cauth- i'''n was named the program
4 I on Pihokee, a stn. Charles Berzv. connlttee for the September
mneet!ng
; ... J.i!v 26 n.eetmg
S' 6 I 7*Ine tale committee constits of
-- o | i Mrs. F G Gillis. Miss E. Caraway
SI Dulanvs Honored rd Mrs H. Barnes. Those pres-
DESCRIPTION OFLAND I On Silver Anniversary ent were an Mrs. Gilbert.
SRv. and Mrs. C A. Moberg and
Lot 5 Garden Sub 18 42 37 D W Croker -a----_ lOS v K mith Pegg r. and Mrs. L. Jaudon.
Lot 10 Garden Sub 18 42 37 Reck Chane:. ... 23 20 Mr and Mrs. Sydney K. Smithand Rger. Mrs. H. L. Speer and
w 50t it I 5 It Jr., entertained at their home i daughter Betty. Miss Nina Briggs.
lot 14 Shirley Block 18 42 37 Mrs Ruoy Chane; ..... 510! Palm Beach recently with a party Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinso.,
Lot 0. EIk 3. Salvatore
tSub 1 42 37 Jamer Car:er ........ .. S and buffet supper honoring Mrs. Mrs. W. Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
lot IL, Plk 3 Salvatore
lob iti. Pi J 3 7 CSaear l Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'in Unwm, Miss E. Caraway, Mr.
w 50ft lo H 8 42 37 B lliont ---------- 960 John Allen Dularn of Pahokee on and Mrs. F. G. Gillis, Mr. and Mrs.
.t 1. Bik 1. Geiger i their silver wedding anniversary.
s l 4 t of the N I Mr. and Mrs. Dulany were mar-
W 124 ft Lot- 24 tried on July 31. 1921 at the home di-i
&i 4 12 37 F & R Corporation.... 0t',
N W 2 ftt of F & R Corporato f her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Ely 16 it of the s IShvre. in Tulsa Okla. They have
a 1y s f eL 25 .. 42 37 P R Corpor.aon ... S60 two children, the daughter. H R B T.
W1y 14 ft of the 5 Smith. and a son. Philip Allen Du-' H l J l T
Loy itof Lot .. I 42 37 F & CorOran ... .9 la6rv. and a granddaughter. Gloria TAILORED
.I 31 & 2 IS 4 '7 WIE-p -T --- 5 It TAIORED
Miriam Smith. Mr. Dulanyv form-
LotSu 6 k 1 Geiger 2 3 r ,avio of Pahokee. is now man- Have Your Ladie
Sub 1 42 37, V L Ge.ge- .......
Lot 7 it I, Oeiger ager of the Pahokee State Farm- By A 31a
Sub 18 42 37 V L Geiger .. 330 ers' Market.
Lot 8 B!k I, Geger
Sub 18 42 37 L Geiger .......... 3. 0 The Serving table was centerel
lit 9 Blk I Geiger ...0 th a thr-e-laver tiered cake de-L
1Sub Is 1 42 37 V L Geiger .... 30
Lot 10 Bik 1I Geter orated with miniature silver we-
Sub 18 42 37 V L Geiger ......... 335 ding bells. BOX 876
Lot 11 B:k 1. CGeier
Sub IS 42 37 V L Ge:ger ...... 3- 3 Invited guests were Mrs C. A
slat 12 IS 1 eI e.er Shive. Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Carpen-' t
S. lh 18 42 37 V L Gelger -------... 330 .. .. . .
L.it l? Bik I Giger 1- r and daughter. Carol. Mr. and
Sub IS 42 37 V I Geoger .. 330 t., Duncan Padzett and childr-n.i


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School and Church of their choice.
A special program of music will he
presented this Sunday bI Rov
O'Neal. Saxophonist and the
Class Quartet, Me.lsr; Butler,
Cowart. Spooner. Wood and Grimes
ialternate1. The class meets Sun-
days in their building on Bacom
Point Road at 9'45. Rav C A.
Moberg is the teacher Lawrence
Jaudon is the president.

The Rev. and Mrs C. A, Moberg
and children returned recently
fronm a vacation of several weeks
spent in various parts of the South
and East. from New Orleans to
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The Board of stewards of the co Assistant Coach Steve Brown of
Pahokee Methodist Church at a m a- Pahokee high school has tendered
dinner meeting Thursday night From IThe Ml fr his resignation and left for Green-
unanimously elected Jack Spencer ville, S. C., where he will enter
a new member of the board. business with his brother. Coach
Plans were made to organize a The Pahokee City Council at a Brown was popular among the
Methodist Men's Fellowship Club meeting Tuesday night accepted youngsters and served as city ath-
at a dinner meeting and program an offer by Smith and Gillespie. iletic director for several months
to be htld by t'.e men of the Jacksonville engineering firm, to whlle connected with the high
church on Thursday, Sept. 12. The draw up plans for a modern sew- school. His many friends will wish
board allotted $100 to cover the erage system for Pahokee, plans him much success in his new ven-
expense of the dinner. Commit- estimated to cost 57,000. Recom- ture. In a letter to this newspaper
tees named in charge of arrange- mendations by Smith and Gillespie he expresses his sincere thanks
ments were: Program. Lloyd for new dry chemical feeders at for the many kindnesses shown
Hundley, J. V. Thomas, J. D. the waterworks plant were also him during the term he was con-
Rogers, Melvin Spooner, Roland accepted. nected with the Pahokee school.
Shirley. Edwin Rice, Mike Sanders Six recommendations gi v i n
and Jimmy Shirley; attendance Mayor T. C. Richardson specific
and food, John A. Dulany, R. W. power and authorization to act in Deeds Han ed
Sanderr, R. J. Schroder, L W. behalf of the council on various U UJ d d
Armstrong, B. Elliott and T. L. matters for the welfare and im- Vet le Ow
Burns. provement of the city were pre-lle
A committee was appointed to Ferted for approval and accept-
make needed repairs on the church ance.
roof It was announced that Rev. W. R. Kaufman, representing At the regular meeting of Fred
C. T. Howes and members of his the State Highway Patr.1. was and Percy Ma~rsfield Post 90.
family are planning to be away authorized to erect a *mall bhild. American Lcgion, in the Woman's
on a brief vacation, starting Aug. ing on city hall grounds for the in. Club last week the 4 veterans who


21. stallation of a power plant for usa
Prior to the business meeting :. r?^es of emergency by both
dinner was served to board mem- the SHP and thr city A remolu-
her, and their wives by Mr. and lion was passed supporting the
Mrs. Llovd Hundley and Mr. and State Highay Patrol in the con-
Mrs. T. L. Burns. struction of a radio broadcasting
--- *--- antena tower at Pahokee.
Thomas D. Stewart. Valdosta, The Council granted a city con-
Ga., has arrived in Pahokee to tribution of $100 to be used toward
assume management of the P&Limecting the expense of installing
Department Store on East Main an overhead lighting system at
Street. His wife and daughter, the city baseball park.
now in Lake Worth, will join him Dr. L W. Armstrong was grant-
here as soon as he can find a resl- ed a permit to build an addition to
dence to move into. Sasser's Filling Station.


GIVEN that the partnership of
Wilson and Thomas who operated nt A|tivifiaG
a business known as "Wilson and I litl
Thomas Packing Company," not La e o rne
incorporated, being located at I IN
Lake Harbor, Florida, have dis- Atl OsbW orn
olved partnership: and C. A.:
Thomas has withdrawn from said W. E. Nex.en. assistant scout
partnership: and henceforth the executive, West Palm Beach. re-
busineas shall be known as "W. R. portcd to Pahokee Lions at their
Wilson Packing Company;" and C. meeting last week activities at th.
A. Thomas will not be connected Boy Scout summer camp which
with the said business in any re- recently closed at Lake Osborne.
spect There was an average attend-


This July 12, 1946.
C. A. Thomas
Pub. Alug. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1946


ance of 125 scouts at the camp.
This year the council con-tr'uctl
conni!te flior fiu the 16 hy 16
fo.t ternt and the amphih,-
forces at Fort Piere donateded for
ut1e at the Ia'lin 10in ar!yv C..* i1 !
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own lots in Vetvile. Pahokee's
new 13'.-acre subdivision being
developed bv returned servicemen
were presented with deeds to their
property by J. Leo Chapman, sec-
retary of the Okeelanta Plantation
, Company. The deed; were re-
I ceived in behalf of the veterans by
Claude S. Jones. head of the locil
Veterans Service office, and he .n
return presented Mr. Chapman
with a check for $13.440, the pu:-
Schase price of the land obtained


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for the subdivision from the Okee-
lanta Plantation Company.
Carmen Salvatore, Sr., gave a
report on the American Legion
Junior baseball season which re-
cently ended. He also reported
that the city has given the post a
deed for a 50-foot lot on Bacom
Point, the lot to be used for
Legion activities.
The group voted to accept into
the membership of the post all
local ex-service women with hon-
orable discharges from any branch
of the service. It also decided to
ask the assistance of the Legion
Auxiliary in the formation of a
local drum and bugle corps.

Mrs D. L Hooks and children
have returned to their home in
Canal Point from a two weeks'
vacation in Daytona Beach.


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SThere will be Communion Lord's
supper and feet washing observed
at the Church of God on Pahokee-
Canal Point Road Sunday night.
night. August 17. The public is
invited to attend.
R. D. Sweat, Pastor.

Mr. and Mrs. Hoy B. Miller and
Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. Mary
Wilson, returned to their home in
Canal Point this week after a va-
cation spent with friends and rel-
atives in Mississippi and Kentucky.
The Millers recently sold their
drug store in Canal Point to
Mers. Carter and Geiger who
have assumed operation.

Miss Annette Kahn is spending
a two weeks' vacation in North
Carolina.


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Prince Theatre
Pahokee, Florida
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
AUGUST 18419

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Mock-Byrd
The marriage of Mim Lis Byrd,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Byrd. Sr., Pabokee, and Kenneth
Mock. -m of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mock, also of Pahokee, was
solmnied at a candlelight cere-
mony held at the Pabokee Metn-
odist Church Sunday, Aug. 11, at
4:30 p. m. Rev. C. T. Howea
pastor officiated at the double
ring ceremony with Rev. C. A.
Moberg, pastor of the First Bap-
tist Church assisting.
A bank of palms entwined with
fern, gladioli and tuberoues form-
ed a background to the altar. On
each side were floor baskets of
white gladioli and tuberoses and
candelabra with white lighted tap-
ers. Large satin bows marked the
reserved pews.
Prenuptial music and the tradi-
tional wedding march was played
by Mrs. Dorothy Graham, pianist.
Mrs. R. W. Sanders sang "Al-
ways," Mrs. C. A. Moberg, "I Love
You Truly" and Mrs. Sanders and
Thomas Howes, a duet, "At
Dawning."
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a two-piece suit
of shell pink with matching acces-


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series and a circular sweep veil
was attached to her feathered hat. Bowe-Young i
She carried a white prayer book
centered with orchids and white Mr. and Mrs. Dave W. Young
satin streamers studded with of Pahokee announce the marriage'
stephanotis. of their daughter. Miss Virginia
Matron of honor was Mrs. Lynn Young. to Ronnie S. Bowe. St.
Elarbee, sister of the bride, wh) Augustme, at Folkston. Ga, on
wore a dress, similar in style to Aug 4.
the bride's, of chartruese with The bride is a graduate of Pa-
white accessories and a corsage of hokee High School and attended
gardenias. Brevard College. Since Novemb'r
Rupert Mock. brother of the she has been employed at the of-
bridegroom, was best man. G. W. fNles of the Florida East Coast
Rvrd. Jr. brother of the bride, and Railway in St. Augustine,
Coloqit Davis acted as ushers. Mr Bowe recently received his
Immediately following the cere- discharge from the Navy. After a
mnony Mr and Mrs. Mock left on brief honeymoon in Georgia thev
a wedding trip to Cuba After will make their home in St Aug-
Aui 18 they will be at their horn ustine.
on Canal Point Road. Pahokee.
FREMDE RETURN FROM TRIP
-. Mr. and Mrs Albert Fremd and


Tacky Hat Party
For Intermediates
Members of the Youth Fellow-
ship (intermediate group) of the
Pahokee Methodist Church held a
"tacky hat" party in the social
room of the church last Tuesday
night with Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hurt
in charge of party arrangements.
Games and group singing were
enjoyed and David Ramey was
awarded a prize in the tacky hat
contest. Refreshments were erv-
ed to 23 members and guests in-
cluding Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Howes
and Mrs. J. W. Cruthirds.


son. Harry, returned to their home
in Canal Point recently after a
six weeks automobile trp through
western states and points of inte-
rest. They visited among other
places. Glacier National Park, Yel-
lowstone National Park, Carlsba
Caverns in New Mexico, California
and Oregon.


Patter is what sorei folks
try to rely on for meeting
financial obligations, but
only hard cash or in urance
can resolve the m. Talk
yourself out of tlroule in
advance by talking to 0. IR.
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Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. John Dragon left
Arin- o-- on Wednesday of last week for
tt gham Winst-Salem, N. C., where they
M. May Cottiu o Ko- will visit relatives for three weeks.
kome Id, annoue the ma They were accompanied by their
age f her daughter, t June nphew Rolad Warren, who was
Cotingham to ohn uon recently released from the Marine
son of Mrs J. 8 Harrington d Corp after three years of serve
the aof Mrs. J. S. rrington and and who had been the guest of
the late J. S. Harrinigtou, Sr., of, Mr. and Mrs. Dragon here for the
Canal Point. at the Canal Point Mr and rs. Dragon here for their
Methodist Church on Thursday of pat erl uing their
lastwek at C n hrd w o absence Na's Shop will be closed
.last wek at4p. Rv. W. T.land payments of Southern Bell
Blair. pastor officiated at th Telephone and Telegraph Company
money in the presence of imedLe bil wil be reeived at the Paho.
members of the family and close kee Supply Company.
friends. The altar was decorated
with white gladioli and fern.
The bride wore a grey ensemble
with white acceaaories and a cor-
sage of orchids A circular weep l w T -
veil was attached to her feathered
hat. She is a graduate of Kokomo
High School and at present is a'
student of Blackstone College in SAS RES/SISTANCE
Virginia. IS t U OF
Mr. Harrington is a graduate of / I T A
Pahokee High School and attended Al/NO OVER PATER'
the University of Florida before
entering the service. He recently
received his discharge from the.
Army Air Force after serving
overseas in the European Theatre
of Operations.


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Friday, August 16, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, florida I'&ge Sevin


grand performance each of these nation, drawing your own picture
Cinematic tter finished actor and actresses give and ving your own exciting even-
ByMalcolm MUlr thisisashow that will be a ing ith t gran how
memorab I am going to say, however,
Memorable one for all of you. don't you dare to miss this show.
The first time I saw Dane Clark An authentic portrayal of one If you do you will be absent from
he ad a small part n a picture of the most fabulous period in the the theatre during the filming of
with eorge To and mny othlife of America-the late Twenties one of the most exciting stories
and early Thirties--when stocks these fine actors have been in in
er well known players ... the title dropped and gamblers flourished some time.
and stars have escaped my memo- in out-of-way clubs safe behind See you at the movies-Mal.
ry. and Mr. Clark gave such a peep-holes and passwords, "Her
performance in that picture that Kind of Man" recounts the moving
he stood out like a ore thumb I saga of an irresistible "heel", born Rogers Bill Will
said at the time this young man to survive longer than the astound- Prvide Leave Pay
was destined for stardom, and now ing era that nurtured him. avc P j
I know my prediction was a right I could use up pages of printed
one, for Dae ha reached the top matter dealing with exciting scene Hailing President Truman's ap-
of the ladder. after exciting scene, recounting proval of the G. I. Terminal pay
We will have the pleasure of some of the fine work brought bill as "a major victory in the
seeing Mr. Clark on the screen of out by each of the principal mem- battle for equality for enlisted
the Prince Theatre. Sunday-Mon- bers of the cast, patting camera- men," Rep. Dwight L Rogers,
day, August, 18-19, in "Her Kind men on the back for some grand Florida Democrat, pledged him-
of Man." with Janis Palge as his shots during the unreeling of the I self today to fight for removal of
leading lady and Zachary Scott as picture and speaking of the direc- the payment-in-donds provision
a co-star. Faye Emmeron, George tion and beauty of the entire piece, from the law.
Tobias, Howard Smith, Henry but I would not want to take away The amended Rogers bill, which
Lewis and Sheldon are the princl- from each of you that grand facut- the Florida Congressman authored,
pal featured players, and with the ty of using your own good imagi- provides that payments in excess
of $50 for accused furlough pay to
enlisted men shall be in bonds ma-
.- - -- -- during in five years and bearing
Stwo and one-half percent interest.
I While I personally opposed the
bond provision and believe that it
ROYA L PA LS OR is discriminatory against the en-
ROYAL PA LS FOR SAL listed men, inasmuch as officers
have been given cash for terminal
A leave pay, their was no other
ABOUT 25 FEET TALL, LIAMETER 12 TO 18 choice," Rogers said in an inter-
Sview.
INCHES, FROM 5 to 10 RING, $25.00 EACH "ith the legislation caught in
ia conference as the session of con-
Sgress neared an end, and the
senate insisting on the bond pri-
EDWA ILSE vision, we had the choice of taking
Sthe bond provision or allowing the
"PLUMOSA" NURSERY bill to die." he explained.
Rogers said he would introduce
Pahokee, Fla. on the opening day of the new con-
gress next January a bill to amend
the terminal pay bill and make
the bonds payable immediately.
"If that's enacted, and I feei


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spctiv customer for your friendly
patience while awaiting your new
Chavroldh.
We know i is a hardship to wait for
ndd transportation; but we bkeiev
you will understand the we, and
evrolet, are as eager to deliver car as
you or to oarin them. Unfortuntely,
production so for this year it far under
expectaions. Chevrolt Motr Division
sums up the situation thus:
"Evn though ou r l of production
normally exceeds that of any oer
manufacturer, we hove been ble to
build, up l July 1, only 12.4 pr cen
as many cars as we had buit up to
that date in 1941. Production is sill
far below normal, because f fre-
quet shortages of essential meae.
rials and parts. Strike after strike the
plants our suppliers has seriously
impeded our progss toward full
production, and the cumulative
effect severely hamprn every monu-
fcturing and assembly plat. In
June we wer able lo build only
29.2 per cnt as many cars as we
produced in the wsn monh in
1941."
White production is retricted, so-in
proportion-ore shiopmots car o u.t
As production increases, we ao assumed
of gtaing our proportioate shore of the
totel-and as quickly a carn sero ived,
we wil speed deliveries to* cuemenrs.


certain that it will be, the bonds Fred and Percy Mansfield Post 90.
already issued will be cashable This information from the Nation-
immediately, without holding them al Legion headquarters was re-
for five years and then giving the played to Mr. Jones by the adjutant
officers cash. One of the major of the State American legion in
purposes of my original bill was Sanford on Monday.
to remove the discrepancy that ex- Mr. Jones wll make an official
lated between enlisted men and of-
ficers on furlough pay. Instead announcement the
of removing it the legislation as cation forms arrive. Members of
amended emphasizes that discrep- the local American Legion will as-


New Pay Forms To
Be Available Soon
Terminal leave pay application
forms for enlisted men will be
available to veterans in the Paho-
kee-Canal Point area within the
next 45 days, according to word
received from the national head.
quarters of the American Legion
by Claude S. Jones, adjutant of


sist m the distribution of the forms
to the veterans and also will assist
in the filling out of the forms, if
desired. A photostatic copy of the
veteran's discharge paper must be
attached to the filled out form be-
fore terminal leave pay will be
granted. This copy may be ob-
tamed at the court house in West
Palm Beach and every local vet-
eran is advised by Mr. Jones to get
his photostatic copy as soon as
possible to avoid delays of a last
minute rush.


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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lampi and
children, Sandra and Robert II,
have returned home from Eagle
River, Mich., where they spent a
two weeks' vacation visiting his
par..ts, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Lampi, and his slater, Miss Pris-
cilla Lampi. Miss Lampi, a form-
er Panokee resident, was recently
discharged from the service after
serving two years as a SPAR.
store ckerpper 2-c. Enroute home
tl.e Lanipis visited Mr. and Mrs.
H. J. Pth:lipP in Easley. S. C., and
M1. Lampi'* parents. Mr. and
M!,. C. B. Wilhamson, in Tampa.
Jack Waldachlager left Tuesday
for a visit in San Francisco, Calif.
Charles F. McQuaig. Sr., left
Tue day for a viait with his moth-
er in Orlando and his brothers in
Montverde. Fla.
Mr and Mrs. Robert Simonson
and sons and R. J. Simonson have
returned from a month's visit with
relatives in Arkansas and Illinois.
MisL Frances Howell left this
week for Cherry Point, N. C,
where she has accepted a position
as librarian at the Marine Corps
base there.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Justice and
children of Atlanta, Ga., are visit-
ing his brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Justice, in Pa-
hokee this week.
Mrs. Melvyn Pugh and children
are visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs Oscar Howard, in Auburndale
this week.
Kyle Hatfield, Miami, was a
guest of Gene Herring in Pahokee
the past week.
Out-of-town guests attending
the Mock-Byrd wedding at the Pa-
hokee Methodist Church Sunday
wrn Mr arn Mrs f. W Bvl


Mrs. L W. Mullis and daughter,
Carol Ann, have returned from a
visit with Mrs. Mullis's mother,
Mrs. T. Wetherington, in Mayo,
Fla.
Miss Jeanette Jones was treated
at the Everglades Memorial Hos-
pital last week for severe burns
she received on the face and hands
- hen a "s stove exploded.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Libhart and
daughter. Sunny, are spending the
month of August with relatives in
New Britian, Conn., and Marietta.
Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brittain and
daughiters, Doris and Ruth, ha;e
gone to Tennessee where they will
make their home.


recently from a visit with relatives
in Alabama.
Miss Margaret Powell spent the
past week with her aunt, Mrs.
Arnold Kirchman, in Palm Beach.
Mis Fay Gilbert has returned
home after two months with rela-
tives in Atlanta, Ga., and Roanoke,
Va.


Power Company To

Spend Millions On

Expansion Plan


Mrs. Becky Starling is spending The Florida Power & Light
several weeks with relatives and rampaay Lc'g.,a construction of
friends in Tennessee. the fourth major project in its
Coach and Mrs. Clvde Alley and $24000,000 All-Flonda Expansion
family have returned from a vist'program, a 60,000 horsepower
with relatives in Kentucky. generating station addition to its
Mrs. Alma Farrow spent the :Miami plant.
past w tek with her father. A.. McGregor Smith. president of
Williams, and her sister. Mrs. R the utilities company, said the
H. Parks, in Reynolds, Ga. AllI-FlI,rda Expansion program


city. Pahokee is a great city. The
"welcome home" program col-
tinued throughout Sunday with
capacity congregations, morning
and night.
The pastor, rested and ready for
the greatest year yet. will do his
own preaching in the revival which
will begin Sunday August 18th.
and will continue two weeks. All
will be glad to know that Brother
Bush, blind pianist and song lead-
er, will again be in charge of t '
music.

Truck Tire Busts
And Plays Havoc


.Mr. aid Mrs. Corley A. \ ats',1 .I *re ' !'., "' I Pa,! Sa i.ei uei. w k id n-
cpl. and Mrs. J. W. Wood of ar spending several week- w:th nwl' 21.000 hor-tpower plant a: ^ ,,n n M n -
t'ake Worth spent last weekend relatives al- friends in Georgia. arasota. a 56,00 horsepower c i., a di .r1t m i i k.
dChastain cot the t...
visiting his father, B. W. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Unrvin plant at West Palm Beach is no ve n Wedndv we
and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Liver b ianes v\:sitors the past under tontrlnction. as is a 24.00) '
and Mrs. Charles A. Baker, in Pa- weekend in Gainesville wherr Mr. horsepower addition to the Florida 1 wh ut 2 I : ; t
hokee. I nwin, an ex-service man. ma 1.^ Power & Light Company plant at INwU d und 'r 1 o'
Mr. and Mr. John A. Dulanv arrangements to enroll in the l'.i- Sanfurd. The combined caparile\ | ardbl flrle ti.' h and son, Philip Allen, returned ver-ity of Florid, starting with of these new plants is greater than from Sa per' Flhe St 0 :
home recently from a month's va- the fall semester. the entire demand on the om- frohrasainr' Clit Market
cation at Palm Beach. Miss Corrine Garrett left last pany's state-wide system prior tj Pa as prepannt ti n
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cruthird and week for Knoxville, Tenn.. where 1940. the tire on a Glades Fuiin nt
son, John Bennett, returned hom' she will make her home with her In addition to doubling the gen- oman truck and didnt ke th
last week after a tnp across th' mother, Mrs. John Furlong. rating capacity of the present Company truck and didn't like he
trip- War the rim was fitting he cave
continent and back visiting en-. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jaudon and plant. the Miami project will pee- it a sock with his hammer Bang
route relatives in S. Louis, Mo., son. Roger, have returned home; mit further expansion of service ent the tube down went Pati and
Illinois. New Mexico and Cali- after a two weeks' vacation spent in nearby area, just as the expan- zoom went the rim across the
fornia with relatives in Alabama, Allan- sion at Sanford, Sarasota andtret through the Cit Market's
with street through the Citv Market's
Mr. and rs. P. M Cate Jr. ta, Ga., and Tampa. They were ac. West Palm Beach makes furtherplate glas
and children have returned from companies on their trip by Mrs. service possible in those areas. aint the meat shwowases and
heir simmer vacation .t i Jaudon's mother, Mrs. Carrie Rog- A revolutionary design in the a ting a ox of flour in two a-
her er va on spent in ers. and her sister, Los, of Dover, Miam generating plant will take for coming t o o ore It barely
Asheville, N. York returned home Fla. advantage of the lack of extremes missed hitting the startled pro-
recently rom Merryville Tenn., Frank Tllis is spending a few in Florida climate. The Tu pritr, his wife an d one of the
where she spent several week, weeks with his uncle and aunt, Mr. generator, two great boilers and prer s e
where her spon- law d aughter, and Mrs. Elbert Jaudon, in Tampa. two 25.000,000 gallons-a-day circu- cal e cere. a few mi
. A rs s onin a h -Miss Helen Stokes has returned lating water pumps will be con- latr without apparent injury.
Mr. and Mrs. Browning Roach, to her home-in newi have later without apparent ijury.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompn nd to her home in Bryant from Lake structed outdoors These wll When they went to look for his
dau er, Yvonne, .lef this week Worth where she was the guest only their casings as coverings. hamme they found that it hadac
for Knoville, Tenn., where they of Miss Joy Padgett the past week. Switches and other delicate elec-cmpaned he nts fit
wig .....villet M ennw r h Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Jaudon ant trial controls will be housed in ricompc ed f Cst r in is car land
will visit Mrs. Thompson's mother ricocheted off Chastains car land-
Mrs. John s. TFrlong. 'Erou!e children, Jerry and Joyce, have re- the main building and extensive ed in the street on the far side of
rsy n to visit relatives in p. turned to their home in Atlanta, alterations to accommodate i the store
reo la vi., and Alabama. They Ga.. after a week's visit with rel- equipment now are underway.
were acomp aaned as far as Lake atives n Pahokee. The Miami project is expected
were accompanied as far as Lake ^ leti in 1948 It will re- FIPaMIn umWRH uni in


..s.....-. .. i. .-. -.'" Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kahn anda 0o v t --- .o --
Jr.. and daughter, Claudia, of City by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bo-.
Brooklyn daughter, ; Mr. nd ter who are visiting in Atlanta, children are spending a vacation quire a force of from 250 to 300
Brolyn. N. Mr. and t o e visiting Atlant of several weeks in New Hamp- men. The project will sonsume ap-
Autlbrew Mans. Mr. sad Mrn. W. Ga., this wee. shi proximately 500000 man-hour of
B. Alligood and Eugene Torbort of Mrs. H. B. Potter, New Port hirwor and o at leal t 300 carloads of
Mnami: Mr. Lily Creel and daugh- Richie, and Miss Malena Hooks, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Platt an ork and at les t 300 arlods o
ter and Capt. and Mrs. William M. Macon, Ga.. visited relatives here daughters, Joann, Jean and Judy, Orders for
Gay o West Palm Beach over the weekend, returned to their home in Canal Orders for the major equipment
Mr. and Mrs J. Mock left on Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McIntosh Point Monday night after spending and condensers already have been
Wednesday fa this week for Col- have returned from a visit with a vacation with rinds ad rel placed. Auxiliary equipment i
quit and Donaldovnlle, Ga., relatives in Live Oak and Jact. atives in Florida e to being ordered as specifications are
where they will visit relatives and sonville" M. D. Agner as gone drwn d
attend a family renaion. Tley Miss Jerry Worth is visiting rel- Indianapols, Ind., for a visit anaa indi
were accompanied by their son-in. atives in New York City this week. with her parent and other rel- they expect to e able to mae de-
law and daughter. Mr. and Mr E. Bennie Caruthers, Miami, is a ies there, liveries on schedule.
J. choeppel and son, Sppy, and guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr. Mrs. G. W. Byrd has returned liveries on hedule.
J. C. (Pat) Schoppel who will go and Mrs. Raymond Caruthers, in from a vist with her brother-in- hen the new generator is plac-
on to Milwaukee for a visit with E. Pahokee this week. law and sister, Mrs. W. Fre ed in service the boilers which
J. and J. C.'s parents. Mr. and Mr. Mrs. J. B. Elliott is returning man, in Venice, Fla. produce the steam to operate it
John Schoeppel. They expect to home today from a visit with rel- Miss Lillian Kimball is spending will c dnsue 80,000 gallons of
be gone three weeks. atives in Orlando and Bradenton. a month with her aunt, Mrs. Sam more than arge-load dto its pres-
Duddy Peeples is visiting his Miss Mae Bailey of Jacksonville Berry, at Fort Myers neach r ent consumption. Already, the
grandparents in Orlando this week. is visiting her uncle and aunt Mr. Mrs. H. L. Speer and daughter ida Po r i ht Company
Mr. ad Mrs. R. F. Hurt spent and Mrs. C. R. Wroten, in Pahokee Miss Betty Speer, returned last is the outhsr largest userof fu
the weekend visiting her father, L this week. weekend from a visit with Mrs i for generating purposes
C. Norton, in Nocatee, pa. Mr. and Mrs. Graham Mole of Speer's grandmother, Mrs. A. M. il fr generating p ses
Mr. and Mrs Vinson Henderson Pahokee announce the birth of a Letchworth. and her aunt, Mrs. S: Pro-et ihi company 24,000.
have returned from a week's visit son, Kirby Joe. at Good Samaritan T Roge:s, in Sebastian. Thev: expat in his company's 2thee.
in Charlotte, Va. Hospital. West Palm Beach, on were accompanied to Sebastian by ut expar ion pr conducted over
Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Howe had Aug. 5. Mrs. Mole and Kirby Joe Mrs. Speer's mother, Mlrs. Y. A a suit of load studies conducted over
as guts over the weekend their returned to their home on Canal Harris. who remained there for an point to a continued growth of
extended visit before returning to point to a continued growth of
daughter. Miss Betty Howes of Point Road on Tuesday of this d vit before g South Florida, with a steadily in-
her home in Gainesville.
Miami and Jack Aguerro of Key week. her home in Gainesville creasing number of new farms,
West. B. S. Waring and son, Howell. Mrs. W. A. Humphes, Sr., andhome bunesse and industries.
Weldon Cardin is spending sev- returned to Madison Saturday' rs. W. A. Humphries, Jr., have: all with need for electric ser-
eral weeks with relatives in Mis. after spending several days in Pa- returned from a visit of several ce The Miami plant expansion
sourt Illinois and Arkansas. hokee on business. eks with relatives in Northis rd t h future needs
T. A. Duckworth has returned Mr and Mrs. R. W. Singletary Florda. "Our faith in the continued
home after spending a week at of Indlantown visited her brother- I L Moulls and son. Danny. an growth o Florida is aed not onu
Jacksonville and Green Cove in-law and sister. Mr, and Mrs. N. daughter. Mary, have returned h of lorida is ad not onur
from a visit with relatives in Val- mere optimism but on factual str-
Sprin D. Evans in Pahokee Sunday. fros which convince us that our
Gene Humphries and son, Dan- Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Carpenter dosta Ga and Jasper and Palat 000000 expansion is nee
ny. have returned to Arcadia after and daughter, Carol. have returned ks. Fla ary." McGregor Smith said.
a visit with relatives here. They from their summer vacation spent Mrs. Paul Rardin and her par-
were accompanied by Earl Duncan, in West Palm Beach. ents, Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Stnck-
Mr. and Mrs. Don Kepp of Wau. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips. Mr land of Glennville. Georgia. are Moberg Surprised
chula were guests last week of and Mrs. Charles Wilkinson an spending a couple of weeks Hen- "
Mr Kep's brother-in-law and ML's Clark Hull have returned dersonville N C. On Return Home
sister. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock from a visit of two weeks in Chat- Mr. and Mr. Lee McArthur of
in Pahokee. tanooga, Tenn. Jacksonville are spending a week Rev C A. Moberg and his fam.
Miss Phyllh Belk and George Mr. and Mrs. D. C Borgedon and as the guest of Mrs. McArthur', ily, First Baptist Church of Pa-
Belk. Jr., returned last weekend children of Miami are guests of brother. Vann Stuckey and Mrs hokee, upon arriving home from a
from Anderson, S. C.. where they her brother-i, I w and sister. Mr tuckey in Canal Point. six weeks vacation discovered that
spent two months with their uncle, and Mrs C W Kennen. in Pahokee Miss Dorothy Tucker has return- their home had been 'broken into',
Dr. G. W. Belk. this week. ed to the home of her parents. Mr pleasantly however The kitchen
Principal and Mr D. D. Caudill Mr and Mrs. Curtis Russom and and Mr. G H Tucker in Caal table wa heavily laden with a
and son. Joe Sid, returned home family returned this week from Poit from Tallahassee where she shower of grocenes surrounding a
lst week from their summer vaca- Pocomoke City. Md, where Mr. attended the summer school at beautiful cake with the scrnption
tion spent at Boynton Beach. Ru.-som ha been engaged in con. Florida State College for Women. "Welcome Home", not to mention
Mr. ad Mrs I. Marshall Lair tract vegetable harvesting in that I the refrigerator with its contents
and daughters are spending a two area this summer. He plans to I of chicken and the like.
weeks' vacatto at Delray Beach. return Monday to continue his The Flonda Citrus Commsion The trip included a visit to the
Mrs. A. Q. Howell has returned wor there until October. will be asked to consider a raise Leper Colony m Louisiana, a four
to her home in Canal Point after Dr. and M T. H. Abbey had ia pay for grapefruit pickers from thoand feet motor climb in
a visit f several weeks with rel as house guests the pat week Dr. eight cents per field crate to ten Nor t h Carona. Pennsylvania.
atiw In Sara ot r a d Bradeita. Abbey's daughter. M W. C. cents accordmg to L H. Kramer, New Tork. Washington and home.
Mr. Myers tatal and ao. Mann and asm t Atlanta. Ga. of Lake Wales executive officer Well written are the word "Be it
Wdwud Nei. hae rated from Mr. ad Mrs. J. P. Herring and ad chairman of the Forida wage ever so bumble, there is no plece
a vit with elativs Ia Cordes daughter. Mm A. Jan. and board of the Vaited Stat" De. like home" As the hoae make
Ga. MI Jiaa 's ildr rerned pmtnta of Agriculture. the bouse, o the people ake the


BE SAFEST OCCI'PATION,
AMONG MO~ T HAZ-RDOl'S

A nice quiet place in the country
is often thought of as the safest
place on earth. Yet more deaths
occurred in agricultural work last
year than in any of the other seven
major Industrial erouins The 4 500
farm deaths were 28 p recent of the
total of 16.000 occupational deaths.
In all fairness, however, it must
be pointed out that there were
more farm workers than any other
group. In the deaths per 100.000
workers, mining and oil and gas
wells were at the top of the list.
followed by construction and trans.
portation, with farming fourth.
And so the National Safety
Council. the U S. Department of
Agriculture and various farm or-
ganizations have joined in urging
safer working conditions on farms.
This week. July 21-27, has been
designated by President Truman as
National Farm Safety Week. The
President emphasizes his belief
that the week should be the star*-
ing point for a lifetime of safety
not just a seven-day recess from
farm accident..
Every farm resident must seek
out and remove hazards on his
farm and In his home The farm
accident toll cannot be reduced hv
the National Safety Council or the
Department of Agriculture--this
is up to the Individual on the farm
Farmers and farm workers and
members of farm families mult
realize the neceasitv for guarding
against danger on the farm a
part of their dall activities It
is as essential as watering an
feeding the stock
There will be fewer crippled
farmers fewer widows and father-
less children when farmers are a'
concerned about inalnne th r
safety as they are abhot gptt:ng
the utmost prodlctior f".m th*ir
fields

Mrs. Homer Frasure and son
visited relatives and friend in M.-
aml and Key West the past seek


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The Everglades New-. Canal Point Florida


Friday. August 16. 1946


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