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Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
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Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: August 23, 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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"The Truly DisfJn uished Mind

Prefers the Provinces'






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FRIDAY

August 23, 1946 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



CIRCUlATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Vacation School On Dulany Harbor Wants Brief Help I i Plans Being lade To Present Data To "Ford" Cochran


Has More Than 100}() John Dulany is preparing a brief Engineers Pahokee Harbor Project New PoliceChief

to be presented to the U. S. Engineers -
Attending Daily at the October meeting in July 24. 1916 Town Belle Glade
His Honor, The Mayor
Pabokee when that group will hear Pahokee Florida

The Canal Point Vacation Bible I''Pahokee's request for a harbor. Mr. Dear Sir: w. H. "Ford" Cochran, former

School is having a very good year. I Dulany has sent out letters to potential This office has been assigned the duty of preparing a prelim- resident of Pahokee and a former

Over one hundred are now enrolled i, user of the harbor and is inary examination report, authorized by an item in the River and member of the Pahokee police de-

in the school which meets Monday I I anxious that answers be sent in Lake Harbor Okefchohee Act approved Florida.2 March" 1945, on "Channel to Pahokee, on partment, is wearing a bright and

thru Friday through August 30'1 I immediately in order that he can In connection with the investigation, it is tentatively planned shiny new badge designating him
Plans for a Parent's Night and prepare the a11-importanat brief, to hold a public hearing in Pahokee on 9 October 1946. at 1 p. m., as chief ot police in Belle Gladt'
Commencement following the Tte brief. as prepared by Mr.Dulany Eastern Standard Time. It would be appreciated if you would arrange The appointment was effective at
school are in the making. The i who is unusually well informed I for a suitable room in which to hold the hearing and advise 8 a. m Monday of this week.
communlty-\\1de school Is sponsored on the harbor project will me of the name and address as soon as possible. In addition, it Chief Cochran has been a mem-
by the Canal PoInt Baptist and set out complete reasons why a would be very helpful if you would advise me in general as to the ber fo the Belle Glade department
Methodist Churches. harbor should be established by extent and character of improvement desired, and the names and since October 6, 1945 when he went
The General Superintendent of the Engineers at Pahokee. Mr. address of persons and organizations interested in the improvement.I to work as a patrolman. When the
have beEn informed by Congressman Rogers that Dr A. V.
the School Rev, William T, Blair Dulany will welcome any assistance new parking meters were installed
Allison, and Messrs' Ben Herr, Ralph J. Blank, K. M. Throop, and
minIster fo the Methodist Church, that you as a citizen can give Officer Cochran was placed in
Harry A Johnston, are familiar with what i9 desired in the way of
heads a faculty made up of four him. .... improvement and also with those interested in the improvement I charge of them checking them
Departmental Superintendents: !I am writing letters to each of these gentlemen and to the Secretary regularly and making the collec-
Mrs William E. Johnson, Begin- New PharmacistNow of your Chamber of Commerce asking them also to furnish me a list tions. Belle Glade now has 135
ners; Mrs. Joe Edenfield, Primary; of persons and organizations interested in the improvement.I parking meter and during the
Nellie Latham, Junior: and 1frs. have a large number of hearings to hold during the next few first six months they were in op-
Charles Maxson, Intermediate De- In Canal Point months and it would be very helpful to me in maintaining my eration they gathered In $3,130.75
partment. Mrs. Johnson bas as schedule if you could furnish the information requested not later than in pickles and pennil's. The city
15 August 1946. I assure you that your efforts and cooperation will to install SO meters
her helpers Miriam Blair, fyrtice rl-:s more as
be appreciated. You will, of course, he kept advised of the hearing.
Calhoun, Bonnie Miller and Doro- The Canal Point drug store op- soon as they can be manufactured
thy Buchanan. Mrs. Edenfield's crated by the Carter-Geiger Drug Sincerely yours, by the factory.
helpers are Betty Jean Wethering- company now has a full-time reg- BLASE NEMETH While the City of Belle Glade
ton, Venera Weeks, Mr9. Otto Istered pharmacist in charge of the Major, Corps of Engineers was realizing a handsome sum
District
Coleman. Mary Helen Hooks, Bet- prescription department. Hoy B. Acting Engineer from legitimate parking the Crippled -
Miller former owner of the store, Children's fund also in
ty Ann Sears, and Mrs. O. H. August U, 1946 came
Chastaine are assisting Nellie La- remained with the new concern as Mr. John A. Dulany, for a neat little sum from charges
than. Lois Jones Is working In prescriptionist until they secured Pahokee, Florida made for overparklng. There is a
the Intermediate Department with their new man. Messrs. Carter Dear John: 'tine" of 25c for overtime parking

Mrs. Maxson. The Junior.lnter- and Geiger feel they are particularly The council at its reglar meeting accepted my recommendation and during the six months period

mediate Pianist is DeJlona Jones. fortunate in securing Ralph for the preparation of an elaborate brief to be submitted at the hear- this amounted to $331.00 which
Mrs. Frank Wilson Is In charge Howard who has been a registered ing ot the Corps of Engineers at the City Hall on Oct. 9. 1946. has been sent directly to the Crip-
of the Girls' handwork; James man for many }'ears. Your offer to work up the required is gratefully accepted, and I pled Children's Fund.
1frCalJ is assisting Mr Blair In Mr. Howard is temporarily located inasmuch as you are already familiar with the scope of the work it Last Thursday morning the entire -
Boys' Handwork. The Secretary- at the Barrett rooming will no doubt he most comprEhensive. Belle Glade police force with

treasurer, Betty Jean Woodyard, house in Canal Point but is anxious Some additional authority was given me in the way of expense the exception of Mr. Cochran handed -
reports a steady increase In attendance to find a house in which to Jive. I allowances covering such items as stenographic services, postage, in their resignations and quit.
Juanita Harlow Is tak- He comes to Canal Point from Hollywood phone calls etc., and It you will just pass those on to me when due 1fr. Cochran was named chief and
I'll see that they are handled promptly.I .
Ing care of the pr -lchool age i and Fort Lauderdale where the department wu immediately
would suggest however that a complete file he for thecity's
children of the teachers. I be was employed for several years kept reorganized. Former Chief J. C.Parrish .
record for reference
a continuing to the projects in mind.
The school begins every morning by one of F1orida's leading drug and former Patrolman C.
w t t h a processional into the I concerns-Breedings. Just as soon T.Cordially C. yours, H. Carlton are not on the force
Richardson, Mayor.
churches at 9 A. M. Beginners and i as he can find a house in Canal any longer.

Primarys meet at the Methodist I' Point he will bring Mrs. Howard The two letters are M"11... planator)', All Intereisted parties are The force is made up now of the
Church, while Juniors and Intermediates i here to live. Mr. Howard served urged to submit all pertinent fact to )Ir, Dulany at once anti cooperateith following: Chief Cochran, Patrolmen -
gather at the Baptist In the navy during the recent war. him to the fullest. It may mean a safe harbor, sea Frank Cline, Raymond Mock
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Church. For the children living : ... wall and other items 01 much interest to the community at a whole, and Roy 1I0\\'ell. Mr. Cline is a

between Port Mayara and Canal MEN'S BIBLE CL\SS T, C Richardson, Mayor, former member of the Pahoket'
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Point, truck transportation Is furnished police department was
every morning at 8:30: by I'n's Bible Class is beginning to .1 of his job when Albert Cant was
L. Hook and J, D. Pope. D'I I take on the appearance of mid- Don't Buy Or Build Dwelling defeated for chief by Altman
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season proportion, with many re- forgan.
turning from their 'acations. Ad- Now In Pahokee and Canal Point
Mrs. Lence Back Housing Authority Warns
ditions In membership continue, Belle Glade's new chief is familiar1
As Principal Of bringing the goat of 200 closer. known as "Ford" Cochran but

Canal Point School I This Sunday the largest attend- Because we are in the midst only $ to the pressure on prices in Belle Glade he has garnered a
ance yet ls expected to greet T. E. as serious a real estate Inflation and that new nickname. It la "Frog"
not only will they lose but
Bush, blind pianist and song leader as this country has ever seen, It Is Little, big, old and young, know
Last spring Mrs. Wilma Lence of the revival, whose special folly to buy or build a home in the they will be forcing others to lo.se. and like the new chief and aU of
resigned as principal of Canal of words and music will "If you buy or build "
now
I program present market according to Miles you them call him "Frog. Stop someday
Point school but at the request of be received with much deli ht. The Colean former Assistant Federal face the grim outlook of losing In and have him tell you how he
the county school board she has I Class quartet will also sing. The nickname.He .
Housing Administrator. dollar value and quantity value," happened to han a new
consented to take the position for I 'acher. Rev. C. A. Moberg will
will enjoy telling you the story.
"Pont build. Don't buy Colean
another term and will be at the : present Mr. BlLch. L. Jaudon will he declares. "Not only will you ---- .. .. -
declares In an article in the August yourself lose, but will be htlp- I
bead of the Canal Point school you
preside. A most cordial invita-
issue of House Beautiful magazine, Ing others to Jose, too for I Irs. Pat SchoeppelIs
when It opens next month. She tion is extended to all Interuted. every
... a publication which ordinarily en- buyer added to today's prices adds
hu an enviable reputation as an ----- State Worker
outstanding instructor In Palm courages the construction of new : to the pressure on prices. Hole In
1I0)E FROM GEORGlr.
Beach county schools and local and Mrs. Henry Barwick homes. i where you are, if you possibly can, ; In 'Vel fare Dept.

patrons will be happy to know that end family have returned to their Recognized as America's leading i till the storm sweeps by.
she has reconsider I borne in Pahokee after spending housing economist, Colean hits i I "This is hard advice to take after I Mrs. Mildred S'hOfpptl has been
Carl Thompson former coach at : the summer in Thomas\ille and straight from the shoulder in his':I fur or five years of waiting anJI named visitor for the Stat Welfare -

Belle Glade, who recently returned I I Bremen, Ga. Mr. Bal'\\ick Is ont advice to prospective home build- I i planning. It Is particularly hard I Department and will work
from service in Uncle Sam's navy. i of the Lake Region's produce buyers. ers or buyers when he sates In the!:I advice after the fair prospects we directly under District No. 10 of-
has been named principal of the article: could glimpse a year and even fice in Vest Palm Btach. Mrs.Schoeppel .
Wut Gate schooL D. D. caudill -. "It's strange for a home magazine less than a year ato. But the discouraging -I will ban office hours
will again he at the hud ct Pho-: Mr. and 3.1:: Grady Boynton to recommend tbi5. But it it's I fact to now plAin: \\'e I in Belle Glade and Pahok on ter-

kee schools and Frank Hobson and daughter Mrs. J. R. Faulk the truth, we should not be afraid art In the midst of as serious a tale days of the wttk. Her first

will bt principal at Belle Glade J.! were recent visitors in Ochlocknee, to say so. \0 other advice makes real estate inflation u the country I official visit! will bt today (Friday)
B. Cox hu been named county film Ga. Mrs. Faulk remained for amonth' any sense now. Except under the has seen. : at the City Hall in Pahoktt. Her
librariAn. Hf Is a former principal: visit with Mr. and Mrs. direst necessity, stay out of the I "lr.flaUon-dangerow idIaUonIs regular ,iJiUnl day In Belie Glade

of Canal Point schooL I ML Beverly and the Boyntons housing market You can't win except here no'A' Watch, look and stop. will bt W'tdptsday.r.....
Doreen Cook will be clerical assistant : hue returned home on the shortest of deal,. and i There u an old JI)1n, "To the ---- ----
in 3Ir Hobson's office in . you art almost certain to lose Inthe staring man all bread U good.' lfr. and .frl. W. H. Kemp and

Belle Glade and IMtta Kauu will A y Pugh left this week tflr locK run." Today' building bread iJ bad. Bt children are spending two weeks

hold a ute position In the office Memphis TfD.1-. where be will attend CoJtL'1 point out that any builder lure that you are etarving before with relatives In Valdosta and

of 3r. Caudill at Pahoktt. to business for H\"era1 d1)'I. cr buyer in the present market I you take it." Sylvania CLfstabbstied



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Two The Everglades New3, Canal Point, Florida Friday, August 23, 1946
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THE 'EVERGI ADES NEWS Canal Point Pastor I '

Gives Sermon Topic !
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region BERRY FUNERAL HOME

Established 1924 Published Every Friday The theme of the sremon by ., I
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Rev. William T Blair at the Can- !
Ambulance Service
al Point Methodist Church on ;
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office I
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Yatter. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock will
Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Ph 247
be "The Road to Emmau3, U. S. Glade
Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher A.", a treatment of the inspiration
and presence of the risen Lord in i
every day of life's journey. In _
"Simplified" Spelling .. the evening, the sermon will be the
It may be hard to spell some words right, but it's harder minister's answer to the question, {r
to spell them the way some folks think is an easier way. If "Is Christianity practical or are !
I ourselves with some-
we fooling i I i
you get what we mean.
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And if you don't get it, cast your eye over the following thing that cannot work?
Youth Fellowship, '
passage from Linkon's "Getberg Adreg" as translated into The Methodist The ;
open to all young people between Farming II
the spelling urged upon the American public by the Simplified the ages of 12 and 23 inclusive
Board and the Reform Association I
Spelling :
Spelling meets every night in the :Methodist i
"Forskor and seen yeerz agoe our faadherz braut. forth parsonage. Mr and Mrs. Blair are
on dhis kontinent a nue naeshun, konseeved in liberti, and the sponsors of the group. Our Season ;HIS !
dedikated to dhe propoezishun dhat aul men ar kreeated eek.wa1. membership is growing rapidly
." Yes sir, they really recommend that sort of spelling. and the young folks are unanimously l: i
Maybe it is simplified, but to us it doesn't seem new Back in favor of the program I ,
in grade school the classroom dunce used to write "conker". that includes play, worship, discussion -
for conquer, "comptishun" for competition, and "sware" fun, fellowship, and refresh- NOW APPROACHING ARE
Now find that he and the who ments. The meetings start at 8:30: I
professors
for "swear we
each Monday evening.A READY WITH OUR FARM ARES
want to simplify spelling are birds of a feather, and we Junior Fellowship for boys
don't know just what eather-dunce or genius. and girli under 12 will begin next '
Whichever it may be, we'll stick to the harder way of month. Meeting will take place : I II
spelling because it is the easier wa)'. \Ye're not smart after school and the minister will
enough to learn in any reasonable time to be that simple. drive home those pupils who have
Meridian Star.Experiment. to travel on the school bus. Plans Indications are bright that \ve will
are also being made for a Young i. I I

Adult group have fall in the farming
Pays Off . a busy season -

The Citizen reported Wednesday the taking of an
1,800-pound mud shark by Captain Ray Knopp, of the shark- New Station And Cafe business. Farmers will be need-

fishing boat "Dusky" This giant fish, one of the largest of For Canal Point
its kind ever taken in hey rest waters, mar mark the be- ing Seeds, Fertilizers, Insecticides,
ginning of a new epoch for the local shark-fishing industr)'. Paul Sasser has leased from C. ,
With power wenches and other equipment the "Dusky" J. Hendry the handsome $26.000 and Tools. Most of our supplies are

has been doing experimental fishing in 100 fathoms of two-story concrete block building
water, while heretofore the depth for ordinary catches has now nearing completion at the tip no\y reaching \"arehouse.. To be '
been but 50 fathoms. If the experiments of the "Dusky" of the triangle in the heart of Can- ,
continue to prove successful, lOO-fathom shark fishing will al Point packing house constructed district. sure you are not caught napping bet- '
The building was
undoubtedly soon become the custom and such catches as
for Mr. Hendry by Don Hillier and tel' see us now and place order3.I .
that of last Wednesday commonplace Thus the industry Sons, local contractor, and is ex- your
will have an added source of supply, and thus hey West pected to be ready for occupancy
fishermen an added income.-Ke West Citizen. the first of next month. The first I

floor has space for a filling station I
Always Searching and a restaurant and the second I '

Man seems destined to search for thing3. Before he's mar- floor has one apartment and a

ried he can't remember where he puts things. After he'g used spacious as sleeping dormitory quarters which for will truck be I : KILGORE SEED COM
married, he can't find where his wife put them.-Titu5\'iIIe drivers. i

Star-Ad\'ocate. And neither can she.-Sanford Herald. Jack Phillips has subleased the
II restaurant from Mr. Sasser and is Pahokee Belle Glade ,
Mrs. H. D. Fields, Jr., has rev rrs. Melvyn Pugh and children now preparing to open there
Phone Phone 106 :
3201
turned to Miami after spending are in Auburndale where they are around Sept. 1 a modern eating I

I several days with her parents, Mr. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. establishment to be known as the !
and Mrs. B. B. Justice, In Pahokee. Oscar Howard.Telephone Triangle Restaurant. Mr. Phillips I I Ii
plans to serve regular meals, short 'i. Ij
h _ __ orders and have ample parking
space for drive-in curb .service. -
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. PRIMARY CLASS PARTY :' i
Mrs. Uceba Caruthers entertained -
at her home on Wednesday :

Jkeu, party afternoon for members of this week of her with primary a i! FARMERS H i

class at the First Baptist Sunday i t, 'r

Has Been Delivered! school. Games were played and I
Directory refreshments of ice cream, cake HERE WHAT YOU HAVE ;
and punch were served.Mr I
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LONG BEEN WAITING FOR !
and Mrs. M. F. George re- '
turned home this week from a
month's vacation spent at Braden- Just received a consignment of truck "' : I
ton Beach.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION I TARPAULINS :I j jI
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FOR TAX DEED ,
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,,' Senate Bill No. 163 'I These covers are of the best material, fully 1 1i i

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, i coated to keep out the rains, eyed and roped, to I
h y That John H. Bird3a1l holder of
are+ Tax Certificate No. 33189. issued permit of close fastening. These covers run in 'I'

the 7th day ot August, A. D. 1933, sizes of 15x20 feet, 719 feet. Better get yours I

Your old directory is now out ;of date. Use the new directory hu filed same in my office and now, while in stock. J I
has made application for a tax
just delivered as it includes the additions Ana changes in deed to be Issued thereon. Said
You will also want some field equipment such
certificate embraces the following ,
listings made since the .ast directory was rinted.
described property In the County as Lanterns, Water kegs, hoes, shovels, rakes and
Avoid calling from memory; It you ::10 :not know a number of to-\\1t Palm: Beach, State of Florida, other odd implement3.

or if you are in doubt, you con sore time and get setter Lots H8 to Ml inclusive The

service Dy consulting ycu I :1eW directory for ell listed sub Gardens at South Palm Beach For the housewives:-\re have Aluminum
a3 in Plat Book 9 Page 13 Sec- Roasters, and other kitchen ware, a large assort-
scribers. CaU information only for numbers not listed in tion 4, Township H South, ment of Porcelain \\'are, Stainless Steel Silver

the directory. Range -13 Fast. ware, something nift)..
The assessment of the said property -
under the said certificate i".- !
SAVE DIRECTORIES AND SAVE PAPER sued was in the name ot Unkno't1.L"nle.ss \ You will always find a generous supply of
said certificate shall be general hardware merchandise and building materials .
redeemed according to lu. the I
Here is how you can hclp' : property described tht'relnill be for repair

totect you directory against damage and see that ifis sold to the highest bidder at the
court house don on the first Ion- I
not -nisploced. day in the month of September

S When out telephone ;is moved tale your directory.S 1\4. which is the 2nd! day of seJ>
1946. -1 BETZNEII S
Turn In QII olartctOtlS with ycur other """osle paper, Dated this! Znd day of July
146.
J. Alex Arnette, Clerk THE IIAIU>WARE STORE I

SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY of Palm Circuit Beach Court Count ot)'. MAIN STREET HELLE GLADE, fLA. ;

NCOHOIATID florida. i
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much food could do a great deal to ease the hunger pains

of millions if we but conserve food. With this idea in :

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Page Four The Everglades New, Canal Point, Florida Friday, August 23. 1916EvangelisfSings


list of Florida cities which the I I
Barsto\r.Pinnell i jMr.
company b uSing to name its new i! Veterans Asked

For Lions Club railway passenger cars. Introduced I
and Mrs. G. J. Barstow ot
as guests were Lamar Allen, West
To Form New Party
T" E. Bush blind evangelistic Palm Beach Boe Pugh, Belle Glade South Bay announce the recent .

singer of Colquit Ga., who Is assisting and Donald Padgett Pahokee. I marriage of their son, Pic. Thoma

In the revival at the First .a I Mr. and Irs. Samuel J. Baggettof Carleton Barstow and Miss Rita The Veterans Progressive Organization .

Baptist Church, wa.3 guest speak.er IE.\"S SUPPER CLt"B Pahokee announce the birth of Pinnell of St. Louis Mo.. at the of Pahokee has been

on the sight conservation program Preliminary plans for organizing Centenary Methodist church of St.
Jean at the
a daughter Melba ,
asked to take an active part in
aa Men's Supper Club at the
at the Tuesday luncheon Memorial 'Hospital on Louis. The bride is the daughter
meeting of the Pahokee Lions Pahokee Methodist Church on Friday Everglades I of Mr. and Irs. John W. Pinnell i forming a national veterans political -
21.rr. .
Club Following his talk Mr Sept. 13. were made by the Aug. and Irs. B. A. Adkins cf of Bourbon Mo. I part at a convention to beheld

Bush played piano selections and program committee at a meeting Pahokee announce the birth of a The bride was dressed in a pink In Hialeah on Sept. 23. 21 and

sang several vocal solos. on Tuesday night of this week. J. Ann, at the Everglades rayon afternoon frock and wore a I 25. according to an announcement
daughter Mary
Rupert rock suggested that the D Rogers Is chairman of the committee. Memorial Hospital on Aug corsage of carnations. The cere- by William H. Hamilton, chairman

club ask the Florida East Coast Other members include mony was performed in the presence of the "eterans Committee of Hia-

Railway to include Pahokee in the Lloyd Hundley, J.P.. Thomas and .. of the bride's sister Miss I. leah, who is in charge of arrangements -

the junior stewards.Notice 20.VFVHear Mary Pinnell Miss Rosemund Cal- for the convention.

Plans By lie and Pfe. James W. Bieselem !i The Veterans Progress Organization .

close friends of the bridegroom. organized last April In

Pfc. Bawow is a native of Pahokt'e with plans to expand on a
State Worker
Tampa. He is a graduate of the I national scale constituted the first

Notice is hereby given that the following described land. or 50 much thereof Pahokee High School in the class !i active group of veterans to organ-
as will be neces..ary to pay the amount due for taxes for the rear 1SiS. herein !
to the with the of I of t9t2 and of the Embry Riddle I ize entirely for the purpose of
bet opposite same together cost such sale and advertising Members of the local post of
wtll be sold at public auction on the 2nc day ot September A. D. 19-16 at School of Aviation in Miami. He is forming a political party. The
twelve O'clock noon at the City Hull 1n the City ot Pahokee. County of Palm Veterans fo Foreign Wars held a
member of the Air Forces I
Beach and State of Florida meeting Tuesday night of this a Army VPO constitution and bylawsill
and route to his station in !
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form the nucleus of the national
week to hear plans advanced by
Greenland. Mrs. Barstow will remain veterans political part that is to
D. R. Dennis state VFW field representative
9 with her parents until his return be organized at the convention and
for putting the post on
from overseas duty. steps will be taken to obtain a
5. the active list. The local VFW .
,. :a ; last and .a --- State charter for the new organ!.
post was organized year
0 m Ie v 7et Mrs. D A. Wilson and son ot zaUon. All veterans in Florida are
f :: o now has 55 members. New officers
s ::
DESCRIPTION OF L.'iDfh : Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Charles invited to attend and take part in
F < I were elected last spring but for
Wilson of Sebring were guests of the com'ention. Several veterans
various reasons the post has not
Garen Sub. __ IS 42 31 D. W. Crocker __________ $ S.lOS been has It their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. I from other states will also be present -
Lot 10 Garden Sub. u 18 42 37 neck Chaney -._..__..__ 2320 meeting regularly nor and Irs. W. W. Smith, in Pahokee as guest speakers.
'i; W. SO tt 156ft lot 13a been very active to date -.... --_
W. 50 ft 156ft It decided to hold regular Sunday
lot 14 Shirley Block 18 42 37 .Irs. Ruby Ch1ner _.._.. 5.10 was - Benny Caruther9 has returned to
Lot 6. BIk 3. Salvatore VFW meetings on the first ani:
Sub-----------------_ 15 42 37 James Carter ______ ._ 9bC third Tuesday evenings of each Miss Eleanor Andrews is spending Miami after a to-day it with his
lot 11, PUt 3 Salvatore two weeeks in Alabama with i uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Raymond .
Sub. .u..___.____.. IS 42 37 James Carter _____....._ 9CO month beginning Sept. 3. Received 'I
"7.50 tt lot 1SH _____. 8 42 37 B. Elliott _____________.. 960 as new members at the Tuesday relatives. Caruthers, in Pahok
Lot 1, BUt 1. Geiger i
Sub. .un--___ 15 42 31 B. Emott _________.. .__ x.10 night meeting were John R. ..

S.W.wry 124 4 tt ft ot Lots the N.24 Richards, Francis {V. Cross Jr.. I 1 ,rnrr!rrh rn!rntn,rr nnnnnr.ate flll rnnnnnnnnr ITll 'rnn, rnn- lii\i-- .'

& 25 ._________m__ la 42 31 F d R Corporation ___._ 960 William E. McKinstry. William T.
N. wly 62 ft ot.the S. Robert Milton Fine Clothes For
McCoy. T. VerniceT. ,
Dy 116 tt of the S. HERRERT'S
Wlv 15 ft Lot 25 __u 1B 42 31 F & R Corporation u___ 960S. Adkins, Ernest O. Miller. John I
Dy 50 tt or the N. Padgett, Eugene G. Griffis and Men and Women
I
Wly 18-1 tt ot the S.
\\1y 1 It or Lot 25 __ IS 42 31 F 3 R Corporation __ 960 John S. Frasure. Any veteran TAILORED TO MEASURE I
Lola 31 d 32 ____u_ 13 4:: 31 W. E. Golden _____ __.. 5HO
with overseas or sea duty on his I
Hare Your Ladies Clothe Tailored
Lot 6 BIk 1. Geiger record is eligible to join the 'PFW I I
Sub----------------- 13 42 37 \". L. Geiger ______.__._._ 3.30 By A Ian'g Tailor I
and may do so by contacting I. J.
Lot 7. BIk 1. Geiger
Sub. ____00__________ 18 42 37 V. L. GeIger ___..______._. 3.30 Frasure Jr.. local VFW post
Lot 8, Bit 1. Geiger
Sub. _.mmu___ 18 42 31 {'. L. Geiger _.______ 320 quartErmaster. . AL BELCHER
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Lot 9. Blk 1. Geiger
Sub. --______---__--_ IS 42 31 V. L. Geiger _..___...._ 330 wnl I'.1RTYMembers
Lot 10, BIt 1. Geiger I BOX 87G AHOREEI
Sub. --__________---_ 1B 42 31 V. L. Geiger _._____ 3.50 of the Intermediate
I IQq
Lot 11. Bile 1. Geiger I
Sub. _mm__ 18 42 31 v. 1. Geiger __u_______ 3.313 Youth Fellowship group of the Pa- J..il.wMHiW..lMMil..Vj"M J..n.J..iMMM M :iI
Lot 12. mt 1. Geiger hokee Methodist Church enjoyed a
Sub. _____m_....___ 1B 42 37 V. L. Geiger _u_________ 3.30 -
and wiener roast
swimming
Lot 13. Blk 1. Geiger party -
Sub. _mm.. 1B 42 31 \". L. Geiger ____________ 3.30 on Tuesday night. Following the I \
lot U. Dk: 1.
Geiger --- -- - --
Sub. __n.u.. 1& 42 37 V. L. Geiger .___.._____ 3.30 refreshments the group went to
Lot 15. BIt 1. Geiger the Prince theatre to see the Road
Sub----------------- 15 42 31 '". L. Geiger ..___._.___.. 3.30 .
to Utopia. Irs. R F. Hurt
Lot 7. BIk 2. Geiger counselor -

Sub. ___..moo______ 1& 42 31 V. L. Geiger ________ 3.3' of the group was in charge IlolllogellizetlTitnillill :
Lot 23. Blk 2. Geiger
Sub. _____..__.____.. 18 42 31 '". L. Geiger ____.______.. 3:0 of arrangements. Approximately
Lot 2t Blk 2. Geiger 18 young people were present ,
Sub. ________________ 19 42 31 V. L. Geiger ____..____ 420 .
8.Iz Tracts 32 do 33_ 18 42 31 Hattie Inc.. ......._._ 23.10 'Iilk
\ 11AVAILABLE i
Lots 1 &: 2. Blk 1 Salvatore I. S. Guthrie and daughter, Mrs.Oli't ii
Sub. ___.____ 18 4Z 31 Hol1u Harris ...._......_ 45.tO .
Its 9 d: 10. Dlk 2 Le\'ins are visitors in Georgia

Friend Sub. ____m_ 18 42 37 Mattie Joni _________._. 'l.BO thsi week. i
Lot 8. Blk 3. Friend .
Sub. _m_______.___ 18 42 3 J. W. Johnson _n____.____ 420 -0-.0-
N. !1 of Lot 19 and
XOTICE TO DEALERS
Lot 20. Blk 1. Geiger '
Iub. __...000_____ 18 42 31 A. J. Ludeman .......... 4 66 City of Pahokee will receive . AT YOUR
1 ,
Lot 9 & 10 A and part sealed bids up to 8:00: p. m. Tuesday -

of lot 'lA ______Om 24 42 36 George C. McLarty ______ 600 September 10. 1946. for one GROCERY STORE i:
Lou 9 dr 10 and part
of lot 1 .________... 24 42 36 George C. Mclarty ______ 40.20 new ; ton pickup truck, complete, : I
An unplatted triangle to be used by City of Pahokee -0-.0- ;
51.96 C Mclarty ____ 27.60
ft by 85.51 ft 18 42 31 George e. I
Lot 2. McLarty Sub _. 18 C 31 George C. McLart1 n___ 9.60Lots water works department. I
I Ii
10. 11. 12. Mc- The City reserves the right to
Larty Sub. ._______. 11 42 31 Oeorge C. McL&rt ___u_ 81.60Lot I
13. McLarty Sub. 15 42rr: George C. McLarty ____. 7.34 reject any and all bieb.
Lot U. M'Lan Sub.. 18 42 31 George C. McLarty __..__ 'l.34 CITY OF PAHOKEE LFA
Lot 15. M'Larty Sub._ 18 42 3'7 George C. Mct arty n_". 7.34 i ;
W. P. Walker
Lot 16. McLarty Sub._ 18 42 31 George C. Mclarty m___ 7.36 By ;
Lot 21. McLarty Sub._ 18 42 37 George C. McLarty ____.. 240 City CJerk.
Lot 22. McLarty Sub._ 18 42 37 George C. McLart __m_ 240
Lot 23. McLart Sub. 18 42 3'7 George C. McLarty __.... 2.40Lot NOTICE TO DE.\LEll : I
2t. McLart Sub.. 18 42 3'7 George C. McLarty mU_ 240 Ii
Lot U McLarty Sub._ 18 42 3'7 George C. McLan u..-. 420 City of Pahokee will receive i
E 43 tt Lot 28. Mc- sealed bids to 8:00 Tuesday ,
Laxly Sub--------_ 18 U 31 George C. McLarty ___... 240 up p. m. Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla j
8. W. Corner lots :2 September 10. t9t6. for one

and 23 n.-_._____ 18 42 31 George C. Mclarty' ...... 83.60 combination bookkeeping and billing -
Lot 31. Poland Ridge

Sub __._u_. .__.___ a U 31 P. 11. Po4 tell ______..._._ 27.M machine with a 20" carriage ________ ___ ___ ____i I
lot 12. Blk 5. wwh- and front feed-geven 8 column
Ington Park Sub. _. 15 41 31 A. R. Rice E6t. ........._ 360
Lot 20. S do E of vertical registers and two 8 column

County Road and cross registers. This machine
part of tract 3. U toden1 '
book 145 pare equipped with completely electri-

1St ___unmmn 15 U 3'7 Jack Rogers ......_...... 5320 tied keyboard, backspace key, date 'i

Lot 18. ________._n._ 13 U 36 Carmen Salvatore _...__ 196 key shift keys numeral keys and Boys & Girls

Tract 1 mn.______ 13 U 34 Carml'n Salvatore: ___.___ 12.15 carriage return. This machine

Lot 7. nt: 1. Salvatore comes on a steel stand with shelt. I
Sub. _.__________n. 15 U 37 Carml'n Salvatore _..._.. 330
The City reserves the right to
wt a. Dk 1. Salvatore
Sub. _..._________ IS n 31 Carmen Salvatore ___..._ 330 reject any and all bids. Get your Bicycle rend for school with a LUGGAGE I
wt 13 Dk 1. Sllu-
tore Sub .--.._ _ IS Ur.: Camen Salvatore ....__ 3.30 CITY OF PAHOKF.E CARRIER or BASKET I
Lot U. lilt I, Salva- By W. P. Walkt'r.
tore Sub _____ on IS U 3'7 Cumen Salvatore ________ 3.30 Clerk.
City
Lot 3. Bk! 2. Salvatore ::1
Sub. ____ ._____ 11 n 31 Carmen Salvatore __n____ 33Q Also, \re have One BOYS \\'ESTEH FL YEUbic'cle
Lot 12. Bk: 2. 5aln- 1OT1CEPL'BLIC
tore Sub. .______.__ IS C 3'7 C"armt't Salvatore ________ 330 in stock"
Let a .__ __.______.... 15 U 31 Tm Shepperd .......--. 21601 NOTICE IS HEREBY
lot U ._ -___ _.__uu_ 15 U 31 TIn Sht'pperd ___u___. UOO I GIVEN that the partnership of I ,i I

n and, 110 tract It of 11 Tract.__.13.... a 42 3'7 E. J. Sharon _____..__ 41.10 Wilson and Thomas who operated I i1 In general stack we now have five and six foot step :

Lot t. Tract 39 _. .___ 15 U 31 Johnnie \\\oit _u_______ 960 a business known as Wilson and I I :; ladder Electric Hot Pads, L'niveral Type Floor
L ott, Bt: 1 emendSub. "
__ __ ____00__ 15 U 31 John Wuhugtoa __.-__ 4291.ot Thomas Packing Company. not I Mats Hand Saws 22 Caliber Repeating Rlne.
3. block 3. S incorporated being located at I ii ,

C&1al Point Road _. a u r. E. '". WUiOn n___..___ 34 soW Lake Harbor Florida. have dissolved ,
4a ft Lot 2. 8Ik 1
i iu ,
S. Canal Point R.1a1 S U 31 E.1li03n _u___ 15 ro partnership: and C. A. I ij ASK rs FIRST-WE MIGHT 11.VE IT"
Lot t. Bl.'t't: 1. Salra- Thomu has withdrawn from said
tore Sub . ,___ 11 U r. w1 we3tbrsot ...____ 1143 I
Lots S-S-9. Bt: 4. partnership: and henceforth the I IiI'' -o-

Washington Park business shall be known "W. It.1Vfsoa .
Sub. ____ __ __ .._ IS Ur.: J B MD13a: ___u..___ 1140"1 a5 I.
sot I. Block 2. Washtngton Packing Company;" and C. 1 w

Part Sub. .. IS U r. J. B. UD3nal.1 ____-_.m 600I.et \. Thomas will not be connected
g. Block 5. Wuhtngton Western Auto Associate Store
Put Sub. __ 15 U 31 J. B. MDonad ......u__. 960t \\it. the said business in any respect. I
Wt 13 k .j Lot t4.11Lxt .. 11 f' IP.,,- i

Part Sub.--5. Washington___ IS U n \ .W. Larence ..._"_._'YO._ J..4:0.- This July 12, 1946.C. I I I. 11. LAIR, Owner AIIOKE, FLA.

A. Thomas
A E. M3riaa. Tu CuUf'Ct.ot. City W s
?U A2U.. n 30 - Pthote.'Pim: Beath County. rmJa. Pub. Aug. 2. 9. 16. 23, 30. 1946



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Friday, August 23, 1916 The Everglades New, Canal Point, Florida ... Page nn
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Edwin Rice is spending two Personal Items SINGER George Belk has returned to his Kathleen and Alice Joyce Spencer -
weeks with relatives in Oteen,
home in Gastonia, N, C., after a small daughters of Mr. andMrs.
N. C visit with his nephew and niece, . Jack Spencer, underwent ton.silectomiea -
I Miss Blanche Stevens has as a Mr. and Mrs G. M. Belk, in Pabo- at Fort Pierce Monday
OPENING guest this week, Miss Betty Jo keel He was accompanied home and were able to accompany their
MONDAY Giddens of West Palm Beach. by his brother, W. J. Belk, of parents back home to Pahokee on
Roscelle Wilson and son, Milton, Miami. Tuesday. .
LAWN MOWER
returned last weekend from CoI-
Ga. .d A i, Yt t -
REPAIRS quit They were accompanied
Grinding work done by here by T. E. Buns, blind evange- --
machinery. listic singer, who is assisting in e
the revival at the First Baptist !
0_ MERCER Church. DRAGLINE! WORK

Miss Ruth Gresham, Miami, is ,
BROTHERS
What do want done ? \\'e
spending a week here visiting her .}}k I you br a dragline are
Located corner Pabokee-Canal I uncle and aunt, Rev. and Mrs. J.1M. : equipped to do it! Clean out ditches, dig new ones,
Point Road and Barfield High- Gresham Her cousin, Joan : dike work, etc. 100 pet. GI owned and operated
way in Pahokee. ,Gresham, will accompany her a. t' A phone can will get us in touch with rOUeI
I

,I THOMAS HANDLEY
i
iI I
I iI PHONE 3271 PAHOKEE ,
I Announcing ReOpeningUnder I!

New Management T. E. BUSH !
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Colquit Ga. --- -- --- -

i of the rnnrn ao
I Mr. Bush is conducting the singing r '
I at the Pahokee Baptist Church
Revival Rev. C. A. :Moberg :is
I' Big Lake Store doing the preaching The Cobwebs

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I! PAHOKEE home for a week's visit in Miami.Dr. .
Have Been Removed
and Mrs. Charles E. Creel
With a complete line of dry goods, ready-to- and daughter, Patsy, have returned -
I home from a month's vacation
rI
wear, school supplies and varieties
o 'with relatives in Alabama. -and-
J at lowest price3.j Kyle Hatfield and James Smith,

j Pahokee High School graduates,
have been granted scholarships at
I We Are Ready
Ioorehead State Teachers College,
Iooreshrad, Ky., through the ef-

I Big Lake Store forts a graduate of Coach of that Clyde colll'ge.Mr. Alley. who is : For Another Season o

and Mrs. Harry Seiben-
Across From School Pahokee morgen are home after spending a '"
delightful two weeks vacation at L...::! Come und. See Us Q
Daytona Beach

( NO NAILS) o

I Classified Ads


i A LICENSEDPHARMACIST SE1mo tanks and grease traps Pahokee Supply Co.
I cleaned and repaired. Phone ""
38j2, Bob Douthit, Pahokee. Ml1c L.:

FOR SALE: Fine display of New I -HARDWAREO. -
and reconditioned trailers. Small ki
; RALPH 1I0RDj
j down payment balance like rent. L.: S. Bacon Phone 2671 I II Ia
We have three lots and carry a !
:
NOW Seventy-five thousand doll a r 9
::1
stock, we surely can solve your ""
: At Your Service hOl.l.5ing problem. Arthur Trailer aoor oaoa m oaoa l
Sales, Fast main 81. Pahokee.
.
Open from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. -- - - -
; Prescriptions Accurately Compounded daily including Sunday. tfch i
I
TRUCK FOR IlInE: Haul anything -
I I II It
go anywhere, Call 3331,
I John Hatton, Pahokee, Fla. A9cg

1 t Carter.Ge er Drug Co. FOR and SALE fixtures: Solar, Frank Water Chaney heater, DAN'SRESTAURANT

A30col
Pahokee
Phone 3921 Canal Point
j WANTED: Preferably single settled -
elderly man for night watch
!i (GET THE BOOK YOU WANT FROM OUR man job. Newport Industries,
LEADING LIBRARY) ; plant 8 miles south of Canal Point.
i Can even provide free housing at i
J plant if desired. Apply in person, WILL RE-OPEN i iAT
Newport Industries, Inc. plant i
during the day A29col. I
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I TWO LOTS for sale in Hollowayaubdivision I 5 P.1I. ;
I
: I I in Belle Glade, $3,000cash. I
I New B. F. Goodrich Sit 'ertownTires I II. Write or see G. L. Connell, II I
I Box 724. Pahokee Aug30pd :

I.. : and Tubes FOR SALE: Six room threebedroom SATURDAYAUGUST
house, large lot, garage,
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY wash house, this won't last long at
7.00x15 6.00x16 5.00"x19I $5,500. Dan Carpenter, Phone Pa- 24 H
j hokee 2151. A16ch. :

I,
Have 6.00xl6-4Ily FOIL SALE: 1937 Dodge coupe
solid maple baby bed with Sim-

Ground Grip Tires mOM innerspring mattress steel .' _ J
cot with extra heavy mattre.
26.2.125 Tires and t _. - -
Bicycle Tubes Dick Parrish at Parrbh Jewelry - - - -
store in Pahoket' A23ch

I STEAM CLEANING on Cars, Trucks, WOUK .\NTEI) for new yard I

Outboard Motors, Tractors I unit dragline. R. W. Salts, Lake
Pla id. Fla, Gtn. Delivery. S20p

I Firestone Seat Covers .... ........... $14.95 fOR SALE:: Youth's bed in good ROYAL PAL IS FOR SALE

I Fits 4-door-t2 Mercury, 40 Chef? 40 Pontiac condition for $20 cash; Innersprings
I box springs Hollyw)1
; Wash and Vacuum Clean Cars..52.00 style big bed, good condition $tO.trs. ABorT 25 FEET TALL, DIAMETER 12 TO 18

Clara Maurer. Teacherage.
INCHES FROM 5 RING, $25.00 EACH
Buy your tires tubes, battery, and Auto Supplies Canal Pointt ltpTt1 to 10
on Easy Terms at our Store
I \\'.\ nt'building lot north
of Pahoke on ridge for ca, .
IIE\UEHSOX Texaco STATION Box 573. Pahokee. Up EDWARD OLSEN
I
harry 1. Swath: Manager FOR SALE: Full sized aU steel "
trailer completely funrished. "PI.U IOS.\ NURSERY
body
TEXACO G.\50USE and Qr.\KElt STATE OIL
TIRES Trn}:" D.TrERIE.oCCD'SOIU Phone Pshokee 2351. ttp Pahokee, Fla.

!I I Phones 3Ul 101 E. Main Strttt Night Phone FOR S.ILE: Lot in Pahokee with
+ 49U PAHOKEE. FLORIDA 2351 two houses on it. bothe houses
I furnished close 1.1 Can Pahokee

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Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, August 23, 1946

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-- For the Tuesday.Wednesday offering ThursdayFriday brings '"Tomor- B. F. Fears Purchases
Rams Will Train
Cinematic Chatter I see a double feature with row is Forever" which stars one

By Malcolm Millar ''Tars and Spars" as the first of the cleverest trios of stage and Cochran Building

show to be screened on the even- screen stars to be placed in a At Sarasota
II & Camp
ing. This show stars Janet Blair drama in some time. The stars are The Christine Cochran building
"Bette Davis Has Done It and Alfred Drake, late singing Claudette Colbert, Orson Welles
in Pahokee has been sold to B. F.
"
I
Again! W, goes a press story star of the famous show "Oklahoma" -
and George Brent and the preformances A meeting of candidates for the
have just finished reading . and Fears of Belle Glade. The building
now enjoying an extended theM artists turn inill Belle Glade high school football
truth! Miss is now occupied by Sadie's Flower
Brother, that Is the
run in New York. A third star have the team called
you hanging right on was Tuesday by,Coach
Davis really has triumphed in her Shop, Rogers Music and a storeroom
in the picture 13 Marc Platt recently edge of your seat. :W. H. Cook who announced that
for the Collins Furniture
to be screened at the Prince
picture of the United States Navy, Saturday brings Buster Crabbe about 30 of the players will leave store. Mr. Fears is one of Belle
Thearte Sunday.Monday, August
25-26, which is "Stolen Life" ,I and a comedian in his own right. and his "side-kick" "Fuuy" AI S! I Saturday for a two weeks camp at Glade's most successful merchantsand
I The entire piece is written around John in "Fuzzy Settles Down", Myakka State Park, near Sara- will, in all probability, erect
Glen Ford drew the lot of beingBette's I I lines of lilting music, gay ensem- which is not only a comedy but a sota.The a new building on the site when-
leading man, with Walter bles and hot rhythmic dancing rough and rowdy We8temer. Rams.tnined there last taU ever materials are available.
Brennan and Charles Rugglea in numbers, preformed by a bevy of On the same bill comes "Pillowof and got in some good conditioning
there pitching a great game, in one beautiful dancing gw. Death" starring Lon Chaney, 'drills before the start of Choot. - -----
of the most interesting tortes of On the same program comes .It Brenda Joyce, With J. Edward Frank Hobson Belle Glade principal -
its kind that has yet reached our All Came True", one of the most Bromberg, Rosalind Ivan and said that Elmer Lynn Coch-

Bcreen sinister dramas that Bogart has Clara Blandick in support. It Is rane-, a Marine veteran who played umJSALEt
In this unreeling Miss Davis has been seen in in some time. His one of the most eerie tales ofdeath football with Coach Cook at Mur-
the difficult stint of playing two leading lady in this piece is love- terror and adventure that ray State Teachers COllege in Ken-
parts, one herself and the other ly Ann Sheridan, and the picture, Chaney has brought to the creen- tucky, will be the assistant coach
her dead sister. this impersonation which enjoyed one of the most land I'm sure you'11 Jive a harrow- here. RESS7ANCElS

is brought about because of popular runs of its era, has been ing one hour thirty minutes when .. . TNt /UMPH OF
the one sister's love for the hus- reissued by request of movie-men you sit through it.
-MINO
Rep Cowart Named PATlEN-
band of the dead girl . 'Get It 1" all over the country. I am sure I See you at the movies-Mal. DYER
It's very interesting, I assure )'ou. you'll enjoy every moment of it. ---- .I- I Convention Prexy

... I I Revival
-- Baptist
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J The many friends of Rep. Cow-
i art will be glad to learn of his re-
i 1J 1- I' Is Well Attended cent election to the presidency of

J the Palm Beach County Singing
I PHOTOGRAPHIC COPIES Convention. It is hoped that a ca-

I, The revival in progress at the pacity congregation will be present -
OF YOURDISCHARGE First Baptist Church of Pahokee is this Sunday afternoon at two-

proceeding much in line as was thirty, First Baptist Church of Pa-
: PAPERS
anticipated. The attendance, hokee, to thus honor Brother Rep.
thanks to the fine interest on the who will be in the chair for his

part of the members, prospective signal session of the convention 'I Y
FLORIDA PICTORIAL SERVICE members and visitors has been, A special program will be presented -
I and undoubtedly will continue to by T. E. Bush, blind pianist
Phone 55G Pahokee, Fla. be of capacity prop rtions. and song leader of the revival in Patter is what some 'folks

The musical program ot T. E. progress at the Baptist church. try to rely on for meeting

Bush, blind pianist and song leader His repertoire is wide and varied: financial obligations, but
--- and his two chorus choirs near- and will be heard with much in- '
only hard cash or insurance
e ing the hundred mark, is of thehighest terest. A cordial welcome awaits
Ll can resolve the m Talk
order. Each night at 1:45: all
the Junior and Intennediate-Young- ... .. yourself out of trouble in

CAN You PUT People groups meet with Brother advance by talking to O. R.
Bush and Betty Speer, respective- Blue Devils Go To BIeech.

? I)'. Pre-Season Camp
THIS PUZZLE TOGETHER
All are invited, regardless of de- I! 0. R. BLEECHINSL'RASCP.

nominational affiliation. One or Coach and his Pa-
Clyde Alley
PAIIOKEC
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""' ".P.W-" r-----
',w,' \'. ,' .. 6 .j the inspiring contributions of the hokt'e Blue] Devil pigskin toters I,
revival is the "Illuminated Cross"
ore encamped at Lake Osborne I
solo by the song leader, presented this week in a pre-season training :
ni htly. Rev. C. A. 1Ioberg, pastor camp. It looked dark for the :
.....'I' of the church, is doing the preach- youngsters last week when it was !
CHILLS I FEVER
p a, ing. A most cordial invitation is reported that there would be no I

extended to all to attend The preseason camp because of a I DUE TO MALARIA

ci a services begin at 8:15. shortage of finances. At the last
.. ..
w T$ uv minute enough cash was raised to RELIEVED
.S
.4 9 r a' Cal'0 M Walker Sets Pace send them to camp. Assistant 666I
S Coach X Lewell Garrison will BY-

a', a ai For Insurance In rive next week from Lebanon, ar-I' Cara, Cr orlr n du"wdt

State Of Florida
I
C.
R. B. 'Tiy']] Walker, New I: I

; ( : \ York Life insurance representative ; Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus

I, of Hollywood, Fla., received I, ',
notice last week that he led the of all sizes and varieties for

state of Florida in production of
I t J business for the fiscal year of your Selection.LANDSCAPING.

1945-46 ending June 1. Hl company -
also notified him that he has

: ; : j again won honors as one of the top I as you like it. "'e are organized and equipped to doa I
) : 200 producers among New York
tiS e Lfe! representatives in the United I thorough job from plans to completion of planting.As .
I \
States and Canada. I

At a meeting of the state officers always, you are .
'S of the Florida association of I
welcome at our !
L --..... life underwriters held in Ocala two I II
weeks ago Mr. Walker was elected I
Read text of for- xrnSEUlES 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at
national committeeman from
,:c'\\ this ad. Then ida to the national conventions for City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida

It forms the first letter n black pieces the next three )'ears. The conventions -
\fIJ shows above. are to be held in Cleveland, ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO

Boston, and Los Angeles, respectively -

of aBiq Bargain for your Business ,all and life 11r.underwriters Wakt'r1]in represent Flor--


ida.As a member of the Top Pro-

ducers club, made up of the 200
leading New York Life underwriters
in the United States and Canada Our Glades Patrons

Mr. Walker hu been invited
Uert's a laccTnati'lg little puzzle When properly asurr. -
to attend their convention at Manor -
!>led it forms the letter T-Cor ttltpbolJt. Richelieu at Murray Bay, Can- Receive a high priority rating in this store. \'e i
Now there's an instrument of progress which has
ada, on the S1. Lawrence ri.t'r.the .
and anxious to those who
grrwn so in value that the only puzzling thing about the first week in St"ptember. This are always ready sen'e

telephone is how business ever managed to get along is an annual affair held at some busy themselves several months in the year proiJ

without it. Today there are twice as many telephones iii famous resort with all expenses Q dueing food. \\'e realize the rush during the produeing -

there were 20 years ago-five times u many 11 there paid by the company. months, and make it a point to get your IiJ
were 30 years ago! As telephone service has grown, so 11r. Walktr extends sincere
merchandise to you with as little delay as possible.IT .
hu your own business More telephcnu-more custOQe thanks to his Glades friends for

era-molt business for )011. helping] him win this hIgh honor.
.. .
Not only in value and usefulness, but In cost, the telephone IS A GENUINE PLEASURE

stands out IS a real bugain. Consider that your BOOKS FOR RURAL KIDDIES TO BE OF SERVICE TO THOSE

telephone rate is less today dan it wu years 110. This The American Legion Auxiliary WHO PHOUrCE SUCH LAnGE
fund for the library of children'sboob
achievement is becoming more and
record this genuine
r FOOD CROPS
Division
of the General Extension -
more difficult to nu.inuin. That's because the trend of
of the University of Florida
confronting all businesses is increasing the
rising costs
will bt enlarged materially during
COlt of everything going into the furnishing of telephone .
the coming year according to Mrs.A.

service to you.i00IIEII J. Ryan. Auxiliary preJidtnt. H & Griffith

. The book are provided for the / sey
benefit of children in rural areas
BELL TELEPROIE III TELEGRAPB COIPIIYINCOUOIATID
where library facilities are Umittd. -\VEST PAUl BEACIIPage -
They are delivered through
rural schools It no colt other tla2transportation.

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August 23 196 The Everglades New. Canal Point Florida Page Seven


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special applications must be re- Church Of God Charles Howard and EugenieThompkins Mr. and Mrs. Harris Folds and

Terminal Leave quested in writing by the gurdianof have returned to Sum- sons have returned to Sarasota

the incompetent, or the spouse Bible School Was terille Fla.after a month's visit I after a visit of several days with!

Pay Instructions child, or parent of the deceased. Pronounced Success with Mr. and Mrs R D, Durrance her parents Mr. and Mrs, H. J,

3. The application must be ac- in Pahokee. I Clause, in Pahokee !4
companied by the applicant's orig-
The Vacation Bible School con-
Following is information, Rules, inal discharge certificate," or a -.- -.------- ------ -
and regulations fevering the filing photostatic or certified copy thereof. ducted at the Pahokee Church of [n

of applications where they Honorable discharge certificate God under the direction of Irs. J.

should be mailed of the Terminal certificate of separation, or M. Gresham, assisted by Rev. J. M. 0 aI

leave bill for Veterans. special honorable discharge certi- I!
Whatever
Gresham, was brought to a suc- Your Plumbing Needs
1. Application blanks and in- ficate ONLY will be acceptable.
cessful conclusion with
a
Friday
structions will be printed in fan- Certificates in lieu of lost or de-
fold fashion like income tax stroyed certificate may be used. wiener roast and party at the city I! Phone J. Lee Taylor -- 550
in the afternoon followed
( blanks perforated, with application 4. Applicants must submit appli- park by 0
commencement exercises at the
detachable. cations typewritten or printed in 0 PAHOKEE l
church in the .
evening.An
2. Forms will be available at the ink, and sworn to before a Notary
44,000 post offices. Veterans wh Public by September I, 19-11. attendance contest was con- Installations & Repairs
ducted at the school red and
by 0
have guadians or conservators, and 5. Only service which counts is
blue teams, and members of the
dependents of those who died enlisted service which has termin- blue \Ve install the kind of sanitary systems that pro.tect -
losing team acted u hosts at
since discharge may benefit: butPrince ated and for which discharge cer- health and
the party. The enrollment at the your give many years of trouble-

... -z. __ _-",-- tificates 6. Applicants have been must issued.have served school totaled 125 pupils and the free service, using only the best of materials and 0

highest attendance on a single day fixtures,
in Army Navy Marine Corps, Or
118.Guest.
Coast Guard only. Active duty was

time by a woman in Waves, Spars, speaker at the commence-
Marine Corps or WAG after 1 July ment exercises was Rev. Harri!,
Theatre 1943 will be counted. Officers who district pastor of the Church of
God Okeechobee District, who I
former enlisted gave
were men may apply -
a talk on the value of Bible 1

Pahokee, Florida 1. Maximum limit for payment school work. Each class presented SEABEE and EVINRUDE .T!

will be 120 days earned leave time a number on the program and i I
Week of August 25UWWuJWuWWVUW had on display exhibits of
many :
for enlisted men or women for ser- OUTBOARD MOTORS !
handicraft including such interest-
vice between 8 September 1939 and i
ing items as swings for the church
'" 1 1946. All
September payments
See them on display here todar ALSO
grounds, art baskets paper flowers -
will be computed at the grade at-
Sun.- Ion.BIJ1I tained at time of last discharge coat hangers, pot holders, Briggs & Stratton Air-Cooled Engines

and will be paid by branch of ser- aprons, Biblical booklets and em-

DAVIS! vice obtained.from which Maximum last discharge for officers was broidered Also taking Biblical part cards.in the program PALM 1 SERVICE STATION

of Church of
will be 120 days minus terminal were members the
God singing school which was conducted Phone 2921 Pahokee
leave time for which officers terminal -
leave hag been paid. I by Rev. Jimmy Odum of
Belle Glade and came to an end I
8. will be
Allowed time 212 daysleave I
for each 30 days or service last week after a ten-week period
of instruction. Group singing was I II
or 30 days per year. Fractions I
mmiffirsIDlEN[ N will be allowed on same basis. featured in this part of the pro- : I I
gram. Mrs. Lily Chance was presented I
Regular leave, Emergency leave, .
DANE[CLARK time taken over leave granted, with a handsome pen and : New Portable Welder I II
liFE"WALTlIt time \VOL, and time spent in pencil set for winning first prize
in the singing school contest with I
result of court-
guardhouse as a .
CHARLIE Mrs. Dolorez Upthegrove and Miss I ENABLING us TO no ANY KIND OF STEEL
martial sentence will be deducted
BRENNAN' RUGGLES from total service time before com- Erma Durrance runners-up. COXSTnrCTIO AT ANY PLACE
The program was concluded with
Directed brCURTIS BERNHARDTlCIIe putation. the showing of a motion picture. I
"-A'If CAIII(.....f"hl1.AWlle It IIAKIoIC1IUCU 9. Application by former mem- "Thy Will Be Done." During the' i j \OW' AVAILABLE 2-6 inch, 1-12 inch and 1.18 I
"' '-IIOwU It uau I lUlU'Uy'M N NU Itrttl bers will be sent to: FOR THE
ARMY; Finance Officer, U. S. showing of the picturethe children inch SYPIIOX TYPE PUMPS I

Army, for the state or area i.1 sang hymns 8.3 the words were jt t j
which discharge from service oc- projected on the screen. Manufacturers Of I
Tues.- WredALSO cured. IA List of these offices will Department heads of the Bible
be furnished as soon as corrected school included Mrs. J. Ha"InOn3, IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS

f and verified.) FOR THE NAVY; assisted by Mrs. J. R. Miller nur- HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS

U. S. Navy Terminal Leave Dis- sery: Mrs. Thelma Thompson, assisted 4 WEED CHOPPERS
bursing Office Great Lakes, 111. by Mrs. Joe Waddell, primary I ,
FOR THE MARINE CORPS: Di- ; Miss Erma Durrance and : I
Mrs. Dolorez Upthegrove junior, WE MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING THAT'S
rector 0 f Personnel, Terminal .
I Leave Division, Headquarters U. S. and frs. J. T. Chance, intermediate. MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN : I

f Marine Corps, Washington 25, D. -. TilE GLADES '
C. FOR THE COAST GUARD:

Terminal Leave Unit, U. S. Coast .Aldermans Hurt

Guard 10. Information, Washington on 25"request, D. C. for In Auto Mishap Canal Point Machine Works i l

applications by next of kin" will CANAL POIST PIIOXE 531-. O. BOX 466
. be supplied at the Veterans Service Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Alderman j
Office. both received serious injuries when

SN RII ... their car turned over near Bunnell
w
Fla., last week when it was crowded -
Practice Plans off the road while they were at-

Made For Band tempting to pass a truck.
Mr and Mrs. Alderman and son PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
IS tttltr(nett.z..n-.
.....wn 11M U.-ul.ar b uaIThurs. Bandmaster Robert O. Lampi Tripp, were on their ay to Ilendersonville -

IIW. Q1t""' '' met with member of the Pahokee N. C..far and were Jacksonville being ac- J. ,V. R ASH LEY
companied as as
High S1hool Band at the high
't'.1T! :!' I1! g-L by Mrs. G. M. Grimes and ws
t school Monday morning to get pre- JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla.
under Nancy Stevens. The car was al-
season band practice plans
"" most totally wrecked in the acci-

way.Forty student re-enrolled in the dent. Mu. Alderman received a GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
Fri minor skull fracture and severe
"
.
band and approximately 20 beginners -
bruises. Two vertebrae in Mr.
made application to try out
IarWnaw Paho- Alderman'a neck were fractured.
for playing positions in the
After a cast was put around his
IKnln kee band which for the past four
swam Mw neck, Mr. Alderman wu able to
coh&RT.wlursgar years hu received top ranking for
return to Pahokee Saturday with
its class in the state.
Mr Lampl announces that the W. A. Stevens and Joe Alderman A Servant of the Glades
IlionvlntI avail- who drove up to get him. Mrs.
I I'I band still has a sousaphone
Alderman, however, will have to
w able to student who wi.h to try
1dr1u$ IwrltatM1.W out. Joan tcLarty has been ap- remain in the hospital at Daytona

IM hdlwwr.1awwwuwvwwvww pointed drum major of the band Beach for another week or two To Miami
for the coming season with Joan before returning. Irs. Grimes and 4 Buses
able to continue To West Palm Beach
.. Miss Stevens were
Wilson and Phyllis Belk assistingas
their journey on to Jackson\ille.
Saturday majorettes.... -- ... --_ Daily To Ft }tiers & l.akeland

Wiley Howell Has Frasure Gray
Settles
"Fuzzy Do".n"with

Birthday Party trs. Lillian Weathers Grey and Glades Motor Lines Inc.
Hugh Frasure, both of Pahok,1 ,
Buster Crabbe and Al
fr9. A. Q. Howe-ll entertained were married on Saturday, Aug. 3,1
St. Johns at her home in Canal Point Friday at the home of the bride' brother- H SERVING TIlE GLADES"Friday

-ALSO- with a party honoring her .son. in-law and sister, Mr. and trs. I
Wile}'. on his eleventh birthday an- Bobby Shackford in Pahokee

I nin rsar)'. Games were played and Vows for the double ring eremony

Hal Rosenberg won first prize In were read by \\'. J. Larrimore in

a contest. The hostess was assisted the presence of immediate members -I

$1h4 by 1frs. Clara Maurer in the of the two families and

,i" OH EDwu01t0 JCICt entertaining and the serving of refreshments friends.
ttpI ot ice cream and cak!. The bride wore a light blue wool

Lt1MF(, ct4A tAM I, Guests included John William3. guoordne suit with black accessories. -

UMOICK Jeanne Platt Hal Rosenbtrg, Sonny .

AA Holt S 'CT\1oA "SIY br aray..wN Hooks, Patsy Maurer, Norma 1tr. Frasure Is employed at 1
.ah soao. 1 SA.I." t.c. .b1..II.r1 Coleman. Lawrence Coleman Fay Gtne's Barber Shop. At present

I SimJ. Jack Sims Franklin Howe land the couple art making their home

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Page Eight The EvergJades New Canal Point. Florida Friday, August 23, 1946
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wife tomy who at Good underwent Samaritan an appendec-Hospital, pmRIm OCr m r nrir nnrr o GNg

West Palm Beach.
So
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend have
'I as their guest the past week Mrs.
Friend's sister, Miss Edna Earl
Miss Betty Howes, daughter of Smith of GainesviUe. If Your Spirits Need A
Miss Thelma Lee Ramage has
Rev and Mrs. C. T. Howes, left
arrived here from Chester, Ga., to''
Saturday by plane for Tokyo, Japan -
accept a position in Kahn's De-
where she will spend a year
partment Store. She is making
working for the U. S. Civil Service. BOOST
her home with her cousin, Mrs.
Enroute she stopped over for a few
days at Fairfield, Calif. For the Jack Mydette.
past two years Miss Howes has Mr and Mrs. 1. J. Fraser spent
been engaged in civil service work the weekend in Largo visiting his I
at the Key West Naval Bue. mother. They were accompanied
Miss Mary Lynn Nason and Miss home by their daughter, Yvonne, ''I'' Doii't To See
Clarece Nason of Macon, Ga., are who had been visiting for two Forget
visiting their mother, Mrs. Frank weeks with relatives in Largo.
Friend, in Pahokee. Clarece will George and Jimmy Rozelle have
enroll at Pahokee High School at returned from North Carolina
the start ot school and Mary Lynn where they spent seven weeks at HARRY o
plans to enter college this fall. Ridgecrest Camp.Mr. .
Mr and Mr8. Billy Rogers ot Pa and Mrs. Graham Mole
hokee announce the birth of a have as their guest her mother, 1!
daughter Laura June, at Good Samaritan Mrs Conner Lake Butler.
Hospital, West Pal m : Ann Rita Burns underwent a -ATi -
Beach, on Aug. 19. tonsilectomy at Fort Pierce on
Rev. and M1'9. C. T. Howes and Wednesday of this week. g
children left on Wednesday of this Mr. and Mrs. K. Hood, Jr., of
week fora two weeks visit with rel- Okeechobee her parents,
atives and friends In Washington, I Mr.Mrs. J. W. Strickland, in i Pahokee Package Store

D. C., and Lewis:., ?a. Rev. Pabokee over the weekend.
Walter Cross of Belle Glade will Mrs. J. Lee Taylor is spending
fill the pulpit during the morning the weekend with her brother
Fine Wines and
service at the Pahokee Methodist law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. o Liquors
Church on the two Sundays that Carter, in West Palm Beach.
Rev. H wes will be absent. There Mr and Mrs. W. H. Jones and
will be no evening services. daughter returned last week from In Aaron's New Concrete Block Building
Mr. J. W. Burmide, Miami, was a visit with relatives in Newbern,
guest of her sister, Mrs. Uceba N. C.Mr.. On Belle Glade Road
Caruthers, and family In Pahokee and Mrs. D. W. Cunningham aMr
this past week. and children returned last week 8
Mr and Mr9. Charles Streahle from a vacation of several weeks
end daughter, Chryle, and Mr. and spent with relatives in Rocky Ford,
Irs. Morris Baxter spent the past Ca, and Moncks Comer, S. C. Mr.
week at Jensen Beach. Cunningham was called back to -- ------- -- --._- - -- -- -
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Sullivan and Moncks Comer on Tuesday because and Mrs. WHey Tillis have ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. :daughter, Carolyn, of Sarasota
children are visiting relatives in of the death of his uncle, Harry returned from a visit with relatives Q. Howell, in Canal Point. Ht' motored to Canal Point last week-
Sarasota this week. I Pitts, there. in Bradenton and Tampa. I will report for duty at San Diego, end for a visit with her parents,
Miss Dorothy Sullivan of Palm I Miss Catherine Guerry has re- Mr and Mrs. Arch Blakey and I Calif., at the end of his leave I Mr. and Mrs. A. Q Howell. Mr.
Beach b spending the weekend turned from a week's visit with son have returned from a two i Mr and Mrs. Fred Postell and Lynn returned Sunday evening
here with her parents. Miss Vena Mae Murphy in Miami. months' vacation with his parents children have returned to their while Mrs. Lynn and daughter
Louis and Jon Pope, sons ot Mr Milton Carpenter who has just Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Blakey, 1n I home 1n Charleston, S. C., after a remained for a week's visit.
and Mrs. E. L. Pope, have returned completed his boot training at the Arkansas and her mother, Mrs. week's visit here with her mother, W. H. Kincaid and sons of Akron,
home after spending two Bainbridge, Md., training base, is Dave NayJor, in Clinton, OkJa. '.Irs. E. O. Upthegrove, and Mr. Ohio, arrived here this week for
months at Chimney Rock Camp in expected to arrive here on leave Potter Howell, watertender 3-c, I'and Mrs. R. Durrance. 3 visit with his brother, Bill Kin-
North Carotina. this weekend for a visit with his is spending a month's leave visit- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lynn and caid, and family.
Mr. and M1'9. G. C. McLarty and parents, Mr and Mrs. O. D. Carp-
children have moved back from enter. --- - - - - ---- -
Okeechobee into their residence on Miss Ona Humphries was the
Bacorn Point Road which was re- guest of Miss Dorothy Chastain in
cently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. West Palm Beach the past week.
Jack Spencer and daughters when Donald Padgett, son of Mr and D
they moved into their new home in Mrs. Duncan Padgett, has received
the Scullen subdivision. his discharge after a year of duty
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mock in the Naval Reserve and 7 months VETERANSFlight
have returned from a honeymoon of overseas Stn'lct" He has now
pent In CUba and are now at their I returned to his home in Pahokee
home on Canal Point Road. and plans to attend the University
Mrs. Haywood Baxter and I of Florida in February.
daugters left this week for Bre- : Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schroder and o
yard, N. C., to join Mr. Baxter who son, Bobby, will leave today for a Training .
Is engaged In the vegetable pro- two wEeks' visit with relatives in I
duce business there. Atlanta. Ca, Chattanooga Tenn.,
Mr. and Mrs. George Woodham, Birmingham, Ala., West Point, I
Frostproot, were guests Monday ofMr I Miss. and New Orleans, La. Miss !! UNDER GI BILL OF RIGHTS
. and 3.lrs.. Marvin Levins.A. Nell Dunaway sill accompany :
E. Culberson was called home I i them as far 8.1 Va1d sta. Ga., I
Jut week from Mountain City, where she will visit her sister d
Tenn., because of the illness of his Irs. Grace VanLandingham. I:

ENROLL NOW! o oIo
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aJ
Many Citizens or Pahokee I .

: Have Requested That

: OfCidalsSPRAY Learn To Fly .--Easy o



THE TOWN Part or Full Time Basis go




WITH C. A. A. APPROVED SCHOOL


DOT FOR MOSQUITOES o



This has been done twice out of city funds and o

they are about depleted Many have offered to c Glades Aviation Company


Donate To This
BELLE GLADE AIRPORT


Spray Fund a


Your donation to the City Clerk in Pahokte Aeronca Airplane Dealer

Will Be Appreciated
I merica's Personal Plane

-T. C. RICHARDSON, Ia.or.

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