Title: Everglades News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00454
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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 30, 1946
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: VID00454
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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rnl inunE'diatt and I
s drastic
I action 1" taken offer the weekend DeMoya Tells WPB

Hospital Board the Everglades Memorial Bridge To Muck

i I hospital in Pahokee will be closed City To Be Closed Rotes Of Growth In
OPERATIONS iI Here is the board of directors nut Mcnday', Sept. 2, at expiration I 'i iI
I of the Western Palm Beach of the present lease, aei I For Two Days I II

By Paul Rardin i 1 County Hospital District, ope- I cording: to an announcement I Everglades Area
: I ratr.g: the Everglades Memorial I made late yesterday by an official The bridge going out 10 i
I Hospital in Pahokee of the I Streamline on the Muck City'
as they ; hospital! board. losing I
i road will lIP clod to traffic "Another Clewi5ton is in the
1 regret fiery much to lose a have been appointed by the gov- \ of the hospital will be asevere i next Tuesday and 11'ednesday, 1 making out there," said p, p,
'I ernor: blow to the entire Everglades .
perfectly good advertiser but when 'I C Denton, Chairman area of Palm Beach i Sept, 3 and 4, according to ananncuncemcnt . "Pete" ddIoya, president of the
lle comes in and says: "Please stop M. D. Geiger, Vice-Chairman I county which It now M'n'ts I, made by Count) Pahokt'e Rotary Club, Tuesday, referring -

my ad, I've got all the work I Rupert Mock, Sec:Treas. The building: In which the hospital ConunIsioner Paul nardin. The in an address before \\'tst
: Palm Beach Rotarian to he new
fonmli lon'r said that
Irs. Ruth WedgvorthIrs. I" located I"
ran do, there is nothing I can do propertyof
$2,500,000 of the Okeelanta
H. T. Williams i IN. Estelle Wooteon tf Pahokee Plans call for a new bridge at plant
but stop his ad. It happened again 'I Growers and Processors
I Herbert D, Beck and has been occupied under the "pot vihere the oM one i i"
this week when Thomas BandIt)' i E. R. Iackey I lease since inception of the hos- about to ('a\-In, and that it vviiitie rati\'e.

came in, threw up both hands; and I George Royal pita I. .\ new lease has been presented necessary to close the road "Another sugar city is growing"
issued the above Instructi
Thomas has a dragUne and a few I, If you. as a citizen of this calling for increase In rental ofS8.3 I under "oy. told the Rotarians, discl.Jsmgthat
weeks back he was about to run area, can think of a solution for monthly brining the total .1: .1.1i the new sugar firm is phnt-
thousands of of and
i tng acres cane
out of work. We talked about an the dilemma in which the board to $200 per month and ezp enai-
ad in the paper for a few weeks.It finds itself, please get in touch lure cf an extra $1,300.00 for improvements Hear Hill OnI will employ 15.000 workmen. A
i Lions
village, bousing400 em-
ran. Thomas now has contract with anyone of them at once. before ,Jan. I, 1917. company
for enough work to keep him busy Your help will be greatly ap- and an additional expenditure of ployes. already is epringirg \1p
for many wt'eks. So, I'vt lost 1 predated.WWWWUWWuWsW, a further hum of $1,000.00 In improvements I Power Expansion around the new mm and granulation -

perfectly good advertiser htt an- before Jan 1. 19t8. plant.
I I In an -opening descri ton! of
other Ex-CI has been made happy.Fm All of these increases the hospital i I
hoard agreed to In an effort R. D. Hill, Nest Palm Beach the phenomenal expansion of agriculture -
Blue Devils Train II I in the Glades, deMoyai
ready to take the cussings tq perfect a IV\\" lease and manager cf the Florida Power anti
I pointed out that the Glades jg r.o
that will come next week when I j
keep the hospital! oPf'n. nut,
close the bridge out to Streamline! I Light Company and lieutenant longer exclusively a bean country,
At a working agreement affecting
LakeOsborne colonel of he National Guard, was but is producing 21 different varieties -
the Muck Road I haw
CJn City )Irs, Laura Frrraro, a sister of the
: guest speaker at Tuesday of \'t'getablfs.I .
Issued Instructions to my road Mrs. Woot..n, proved the tumb-
luncheon meeting of the Pabokee "We'\'e taken the
new to build Do new bridge (without TJe Pahokee ling block for the hospital board.Mrs. I
Blue Devil footGallequad Lions Club. Introduced by M. I. celery market from Sanford -
a hurrp ill its back) an 1 the Ft'rraro Iii new an employee
under the tctelage of CoahCJ'de Kfttn, chairman, the "
i program aid the speaker.
It bC' done is to halt
only way con of the hospital and the demands
Alley is getting a real FP&L's
preseason speaker told of program lie pointed out that, where 74
traffic whit its under coastruetion. -
work out at Lake Osborne set out In the working agreement of expansion to keep in pace with per cent of the vegetables 9hipp
So, neat ; lesday and 1'ednesday -
according to those who sa"them are unsatisfactory to the the of Florida and the vastdevelopments
i growth out of the Glades last year was ''n
It's tC' be 1on
going a ;: way In action ItOan1. )(rs. Woottn hag said
at their
ca'Ilpthe in the Evergladesarea.
i beans, this year the percentage has
'round to get to Streamline, but .
past week. that It Is neeescary for the working .
dropped to 27 prrcfnt. One out ot
there is roo other answer. Among those who \'l3ited the : agreement to'bt signed by Power needs in the Everglades every four carloads moving out
... Blue Devil Frank I the board before she will sign
wen Rozelle, : for several years to come have of the Glades during the past year
l1rs. Raymond Caruthers, Jrs. the new It'a.foe been anticipated with the recent was loaded with celery.
Jessie Barnes 1r9. "S'. A. Pertinent fa't" of the Fprraro
installation of the 66,000'olt high
Gloria 'Villis Is De1foya also hinted that a revolutionary -
Mr. and lIrs. David Unwin, Mr. agreement are: nt'r pay' hall he line from Fort Lauderdale as a treatment of potatoes

and Mrs. Delmar Hooks, 'lr5. raid from $137.50 to $167.00 I feeder line at the south end to may be L'J the wind out there Intf.e
Star Theatre Clyde Alley and chiJdren II nry per month: the agreement hall. ;complement the 66,000'olt high back country lie told how
Barwick and daughter, Betty Jo he In force for two years: speeifie I line from Fort Pierce reaching into lades potatoes were being pro.cessed .
Brooker, Margaret Powell Jean hours for her employment the Glades from the north, he sai'j I. through an Infra-rrd tunnel
Te New Milford (Conn.) TImes and Loretta Wilson. I shall lIP from S p. m. until 11 The new power plant, now under which prolonged their fresh qual-
hu many kind this to say aboitSiiss "Uncle" Tom Campbell, who has I p. m.: she will be subject to the constriction at Riviera and roarsidered I ity, and Northern wholesalers were
Gloria Witi! daughter of followed with unflagging int 'est I superintendent of sold hospital the most modem and efficient -I very enthusiastic.DeMoya .
Charles G. Windy Willis of Ptho- the development of Blue Devil I only In the taking of medical plant of its kind in the I foresaw the growth of

kee, who is being tarred in s"eral teams from way back, is staying I and professional order: and that world, was ago pointed out by 1Ir small Industries in the Glades with
pla's this summer at th: at the camp to give the boys some I aid "No F.-rraM ,hall han the Hill as an example of measures I the advent of suceeacful ramie pro-
Theatrt-In-the-Dat.., In th, Connecticut ot his sage advice and bolster their I privilege of distributing: religious: I being taken by FP&L to keep well duction. He declared that small
town. moralt'o literature anti uttering prayers in advance of the needs of would find an
I power dt"1mmin plants
.. --- for when requested: Mr.Ferraro . I 'I
In Mis.s Willis'Ability ptl"tOnii
commenting lpod I the state II economic place in the finishing
89 an actress the p3l'er 4.H Clubbers Will I hall receive her meals Announcement wasmade of the ; operation of ramie taking the dercorticated
Fays In part: "G:oria Willl.J. f'atured when nn duty at said hospital: I, purchase of $1.920 worth of steel I product from the roms
in the role 01 in "Th Have Meet Today I have privilege nf having' her 'i
for the new public swimming! pool and processing it for the texUI:
Shining hour," h't'S a ttr.derh.a I laundry done by said h'pital: ,, sponsored by the Lions and ,'on- markt't

p pea I I n g performance. Spa Starting today at 10 a. m. in the :i receive one month's vacation i trucUon will tart as soon u the "You folks here in the suburbs;'
touches her lines with humor and home demonstration kit hEin the with PlY each year nf the two I ('itis able to find a suitable IG- Mid Ddffya with wicked gleam

poignancy! and has about her a court house in Vest Palm Beach I -year' terns (1f ('fIntl'3't.I ration for the pool. It was also in his eye, "can help us, and inch
curious and fascinating blend of the 4-h clubbers will hold s nutrition I The honed has ro.h1IIf diligent.lv !: announced that loral Lions raised dentally, your elves by getting water -
youth and age" work mE'lting. At noon I on the base and the F.rrJrnI approximately $100 in cash as a I control and more roads for the
In another section of t' e paper Iu."lchroniU be served from dishes I working agreement and finallyderided contribution to the workshop for Gladcs"

appeared an Interesting attldt' peiarfd in the mornin I that conditions of the the blind and near blind srnsorelby He told how the wastage of tall
telling of "a delightful, afternoon The WMlt"s will aid th. ant latter cannot be mf't. So, the the West Palm Beach Lions In the Everglades II staggering,
tea enjoyed In honor of Miss n'Otla In planning pork for the :'('I.tlrYtar. I out'On.of the whole thing Is I I Club. simply because nt Inadequate war

Willis. who in the past few weeks It time permits the .Iii that on nest Monday the lease" La\'on Ratc! F:N rod Bill GH-n tff 'ontrol. DeMoya pointtoot

has made a decided impression will ,Iv craft \' e'Ic during the i,frr i expires and there remains nothing were rN'w<1IlCl rew memW'i of that the new sugar refinery out.ide -
upon folks In this s'ctlonit'.1 hH ( noon else for the board to do hut I the dub South Bay was planting on
acting at the Theatre-in,tue-Dale. .rhe folk-win; local girls wi' close the boo-pita I .. virgin soil not under eultivatIen
I .
Ui53 Willi: tathtr C. G. W'!lb! ofPahokee. participate in toe meeting: ;'l':L.\ --- I TO nu. It.-I.PIT whir t9! titf-ralk' burning uf' And

Florida WItS also :a guest :ttart and J: nn Platt ot ...',nil Davis Cafe Under P.t\, n. T Beckham will supply bt' told of growers who han had
of honor having been heft for a r":1t: Nancy: pall and e'::1' I Canal Point Baptist Church Sun- I to stand out on the main roads andnstrh
wttk." :trxke of Belle Glade: and Dora New Jana gemenMr. + dav. September 1st. He will speak their trope rot in the filth
That Miss i Willis has m3dt" a der Marlin of Sa'tt Ib}'. Irs. M":irt'ltlchau.t !, at 11 a. m and g p. m. P.f'V : because f1.nff'd field road balked
tided hit with her particular brand 3S3iit.1.t home ,.tn rsteation , and }tu, J C Davis this i Bttkham hu jut bun discharged I their fffortl to salvage the tropL

d acting g without saying 15 agent. ,lll be in :ha-t., week sold their cafe :n Pahokf't to from the Navy after 4 years scr'ice. Palm Beach Post.r. .
the paper week after weEk has . Mack Rushing and G. J. Fisher of j .-- ..

toad only the very highest corrplimentary Miss Grace Webb hu returned : Forth &rolir..l. The neW owner, I --4.. .. 1fr. and trl. H D F1etd.J, Sf..

remarks to offer "him: to Waudu1A after a \'!sitit'1 han already taken over Opt:aUOD I Milton Carpenter, S :-C, will return and daughters. Joyce and Dor6t.r1y.
hu. Her father returned to Pahokee Miss Lois Morgan in PatoCtt : of the catt. Yr. and l1r5. 1)1\.t I to the base at Bainbridge.Md. spent the put week visiting rel.atives .
a few weeks ago where his e She wu accompanIed to Wat,( u-, I Mught tt cite about fix mor.thJ, ., after spending a wttk' leaves in 11iaml. They will rc en
commercial agent for the Atlantic -, la by Miss Morgan, Mist Ann, I ago from Yft. J. C. Tabb 9t.O I with hit partnt. Yr. and Yrs. 0 their Tasty Coffee Shop on Fist
Coast Line rai1rt\Ad. O'C.r.tl1 and Potttr HowetL now operating the P&hvk hotd. D. Carpenter, iD Pahokee. YAln Stltd today.

Two The Everglades New, Canal Point Florida Friday, August 30, 19tG- .
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THE EVERGLADES NEWS Rupert Mock, Jr, Is : '

Seven Years Old I
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region BERRY FUNERAL HOME

Established 1924 Published Every Friday
Rupert Mock, Jr.. celebr3.t
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance his seventh birthday anniversiry
at a party given by his mother, Ambulance Service
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office lIrs. Rupert Mock, at their home

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class ratter on Canal Point on WetllteSdlY
afternoon of last week. Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247 iI i
Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher Refreshments were served ty the I I
hostess to Wayne and Brenda Kay I I'I
Unwin, Bill Cochran, Benny Bax-
Great Bottleneck ter, Allen Segree, Judy Starling'ickie ,
Lack of housing and the blockade against building are \ and Junior Alley, Lovaja
framing a strangling bottleneck against the future growth and Harlene Williams, Judy Chandler 'I ]
of Stuart andIartin countr. Linda Sellers, Reba Joyce :
Neither tourists working people find Carlton, Jimmy and Gar Scloep-
nor can adequate
Donna Susan Johnson
pel Lynn May -
quarters.Apartmentsformerly. Sylvia Jones, Gloria Rockwell, The Farming
available on a year round basis, are Fred Blakey, Wayne Elliott Harry
now being held empty in many cases for an undetermined Brooks Elarbee, Billy Glynn and
season rental figure. What that will be no one yet knows Jill McIlwain
-but the significance is that the rates will be sharply hiked .e.-- Season ..1

above last season. Bill Elam At Bo 's'
Working people-plain, ordinary folks-waitresses and
clerks, the fundamental base of the economic s'stemareleft State In Tallahassee

high and dry. Their wages will not permit them to both
Bill Elam of Cabal Point, a su- IS NOW APPROACH 'VE ARE
work in Stuart and live in Stuart.
dent :, I
at Paho'tPa 'sigh S'nl') IS
Dozens of new homes planned here by wealthy people representing t It: .rhool at BJ y'3 READY WITH OUR FARM
for beginning of construction this spring are still on the WARESf:
State being c a 'lued this wee tc f i
planners boards gathering dust because of CPA restrictions at FSC\\ in T'-\HH Sgef-. A Ir\n. ii
and lack of building materials at a fair price or any price. her of the local FA, letter ran: of I i
\\'e cannot conceivably do any more-or as much business the Blue Devil JClball teaIt' r r.d
this year as in the past four or fire, because houses and active in other c:OOl affair1'i:.'
apartments formerly available at reasonable year round should make \0 f'xcellel1' repr Indications are bright that \\'e'ill
sentative for tt.f school at BoysState.
rates to service families are nw "off the market" except as Fred a,1 Percy Mnsiell
hi price, short season tourist accommodations. Post 90, Amerlan! Legion, is pr.n' hare a busy fall season in the fal'lning ,
The situation is bad, and can be cured only by relaxing of soring Bill at BII)'s Sate and roering ':..
federal restrictions, the flow of materials, and private initi- all of h'S expenses Wlllh' business. Far111ers"ill be need- :

ative Stuart in construction.could use 200 small homes in the $4,000 class there.. ., ing Seeds, Fertilizers, Insecticides, I'

The town could easily support as many more apartment Classified Ads(
houses as we have now, and it is safe to say thaat we could and Tools Most of our supplies are

. economically justify fire times as many tourist cottage .
camp and trailer accommodations as are at present in the flow reaching Warehouse. To be
SEPTIC tanks and grease traps
territor '-Stuart Xews.
cleaned and Phone
repaired. sure you are not caught napping bet-
3Sj2, Bob Douthit, Pahokee. -l1ie

Played For A Sucker rot: SALE: Fine display of New ter see us now and place your orders.
President Truman spoke the stark, literal truth when he and reconditioned trailer9 Small
told a banquet gathering celebrating the 39th anniversary down payment balance like rent. I
of the U. S. army air corps that America would receive nothing -. We have three lots and carry a i
from the peace settlements; that the United States had Sevcnty-five thousand doll a r 9 I II I I
"no to Altruistic motive salone American stock, we surely can solve your
axes grind govern -

delegates at the Paris meeting. Sales housing, Fast problem main Arthur St. Pahokee.Trailer KllCOR[ 80[[ CO. !
The United States will receive no tel1.itoror military Open from 10 a. m. !o 9 p. m.
bes She has told the other powers that she wanted none daily including Sunday tCch I
of the reparations money. Italy and the Balkan countries
mar he required to par for damages done to property of FOR S.\I.1:: Solar Water heater Pahokee Belle Glade
American citizens That's all. and fixtures, Frank Chaney.
Pahokff. A30col Phone 3201 Phone 106
So far, the United States has not even been successful in
having the Danube river thrown open to the world trade. WANTED: Preferably single set-
The proposition, to he debated at the Paris conference, is tied elderly man for night watchman -
being strongly opposed by Russ 3. Small wonder the Europeans job. Newport Industries,
plant 8 miles south of Canal Point.
play the Americans for "suckers"-Jacksonville
Times-Union. Can even provide free housing at 1 ;
plant if desired. Apply in person,
Newport Industries, Inc., plant i
during the day. A29col.

I TWO LOTS for sale in HolloWJ H FARMERS !
subdivision in Belle Glade, $3OO :
cash. Write or see G. L. Connell,
Box 724, Pahokee. Aug30pd

R F AFEI FOR SALE: Six room, three-bell- HERE IS 'V1It\T YOU 111VE i

room house large lot, garage,
I : wash house- this won't last long at LONG BEEN WAITING FOR i
$5,500 Dan Carpenter, Phone Pa.hokee ,

2751. A16ch. Just received a consignment of truck :
I FOR SALE: 1937 Dodge coupe, II I I
; solid maple baby bed with Sim- TARPAULINS i
mOM innerspring mattress, steel iI
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i Davis Cafe cot Dick with Parrish extra at heavy Parri9h mattre.ss.Jewelry These covers are of the best material, fully I

store in Pahokee. A23ch coated to keep out the rains, eyed and roped, to I iI i

permit of close fagtening. These in
WORK WANTED for new 1'2 yard corers run I
: IN PAHOIiEE unit dragline R. W. Sails, Lake : sizes of 15x20 feet, 7x9 feet. Better get yours i'
Placid, Fla., Gen. Delivery. S20p now, while in stock.

: FOR .\LFr-One TD Six International -
Cordially Invites Crawler also one T Sit You will also want some field equipment such

first class mechanical condition as Lanterns, rater keg, hoes, shovels, rakes and
Hull Packing Company Phone
other odd implements.
:H YOU 2j51. 'S2Och

nUt nEXT: 320 acres in Se 10. I II For the hou5ewireg:-\\'e have Aluminum ,
I also 550 acres in Sec. I, beth In I I
Roasters, and other kitchen ware, a large assort-
\\ 43. 37, Fast Shre
To Try Its Tempting Drainage p District range excellent drain- ment of Porcelain Ware. Stainless Steel Silver
ware, something nift I
a/t'/ see J. L. Brackin oppoJIte ; II
Everglades Migratory camp or A. i i I
And Delicious Food 11'I Kenney Geneseo ::. Y. SI3c You will always find a generous supply of I
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1I I W.\XTJU: : Steady clerk for year''I general hardware merehandi and building material .
I 'rourd job Apply in person at !: for repairs.
Chandler's in Pabokee. lt Ql. '

,' w.1XTED: : Several rt'ady-tv-Year i
salesladies. permanent potl; )ni. I
UNDER NE\V\ I1ANAGEIENT ,", excellent salaries apply at Kti 's :'
Belle Glade. itch
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i unr nms for sale: See It !
Mack Rushing & G. J. Fisher I 1farktY or \\'. A. Stevens In B.. i! I
hokee. S6pd TilE ILtlU)\I'ARE STOnE '1
NEW OWNERS 11.\\1: OI't ISG for young man M.11N STREET BELLE GI.AUE, FI.Page ...\. !

not atttnding school apply inpera
I )n. Jack Ch.1St&in, Qty Mark I
et. Pahokte. (St A30t)


The Everglades :Fens. Canal Point, Florida Page TtueeI
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people dies of starvation somewhere in the world! J i :

You can DO something about if in your own kitchen! ;I

Use and reie your cooking fats, and when you have peacetime necessiti6S.'Your fat salvage releases fresh

gotten all their food value, turn them in to your meat food fats for distribution abroad. Save every drop to

dealer for four cents per pound. Your salvaged fats help yourself and to relieve sufferl.g f and shortages

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Page Four The Everglades Pews, Canal Point, Florida Friday, August 30, 19t6

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former Paokee residents now liv.
I Sganga-O'Connell
ing in Miami announce the birth

I of a daughter Pamela Rhodes, at i

Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Announcement of the forthcoming For Your Roofing Requirements

on Aug. 13. marriage of Babs O'Connell

.. . --- Canal Point to Francis Thomas I \\"e have just received

Sganga, Brooklyn New York is
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones of BAPTIST REVIVAL I a carload shipment of , ,
1 being made brr.. and rrs. Frank
Pahokee announce the birth of a Sunday will be the closing day
O'Connell, bride-elect's parent
daughter, Verlon Elizabeth, at St. of the two weeks revival conducted Asphalt Saturated
This event will be held September Burlap
Marts Hospital, West Palm Beach, I at the First Baptist Church of
7, 1946, 8 p. m., St. Iary's Catholic -
on Monday, Aug. 26. Pahokee. The pastor, Rev. C A.
Church Pahokee Florida.
Mr. and Irs. John Kelly Willis I Moberg, Is highly appreciative of Formal invitations, will not be Roofing

of South Bay announce the birth the fine interest manifested both
sent out, but all friend of bride
of a daughter, Dwan Lanette, at I In attendance and spirit. The con and parents are invited to attend.FELLOWSHIP (Government Surplus)

the Everglades Memorial Hospital tribution by T. Eo Bush, words and i . .

on Friday, Aug. 23. music, \\illiong be remembered by I to squares per roll

Mr. and Mrs W. H. (Bill) Willits : those fortunate enough to DINNER .
I attend'j Following the morning service. 0 Stronger than felt

First Baptist Church of Pahokee, I
dinner Suitable for sheathing or roofing purposes
Sunday, a fellowship pro-

Notice gram will be entered into in Fellowship Also available in part rolls

Hall. All interested are

Notice is hereby given that the following scribed lands or so much thereof invited to participate. A musical Just call 2.1186, and Tylanders will be glad to fill
as will be necessary to pay the mount due for taxes for the rear 19-45. herein program at the conclusion of the
set opposite to the same together with the cost of such sale and advertising your order of this hard.to-get material.
will be sold at public auction on the 2nd day of September A. D. 19-4 at dinner, will be conducted by T. E.
twelve O'cloclt noon at the City Hill in the City of Pahokee County of Palm Bush. His words "Revival Ex-

Beach and State of Flortda. periencE's" will be of interest to all. Remember 2.11S6Tylanders

Irs. Homer Barnes is the chair-

a man.
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ri IES'S BIBLE CL.\ S Inc.
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T. E. Bush, revival song director -
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Pahokee ren's Bible Class. Special BUILDING MATERIAL

Lot 5 Garden Sub. __ n 42 31 D. W. Crocker _________ $ S.10 will be the members of the
Lot 10 Garden Sub. __ 18 42 31 Eeck Chaney ____________ 23.20 guests 1300 Alabama Ave. rest Palm
W. 50 tt x56ft1t13 Philathea and T.E.L. classes, the Fla

& %v. 50 tt x 56 tt wives of the members of the Bible
lot 14 Shlrer! Black 13 42 31 Mrs. Ruby Chane ____ 5.10
tot 6. BIk 3. Salvatore class and all adults interested. Mr.

Sub. _____hhnU_ 18 42 31 James Carter ____. __ 96C Bush is a speaker of unusual ab l.
lot 11. rllt 3 Salvatore
Sub. ________.______ 18 42 31 J1ml'5 Carter ________ 9CO sty and possesses the faculty of PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
17.50 ft lot 1511 ______ 8 42 37 B. Elliott ___._.______._ 9.60 presenting his thoughts in a most
Blk 1. Geiger
Lot 1.
Sub. _-_Uhh.U_ 13 42 37 B. Elliott _______.... .__ !.10 inimitable manner. He will be )
S. wry 4 tt et the N. heard with much delight.
W. 124 It LoU 24 _+tnrrn+ n+tn+rn +n+tntn tntnnn,+n++n++ e. '
& 25 _h.UU_____ 18 42 37 F & P. Corporation ____ 960 -
N. \\11 62 tt of the S.
Ely 116 ft of the S. NOTICE Clot he s For I
Wlf 15 tt Lot 25 ____ 19 42 37 F & R Corporation: __ 960 PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY HERnERT'S JI
S. Ely 50 tt of the N.
Wlv 184 tt of the S. GIVEN that the partnership of and "on1en !

Wly 1 tt of Lot 2j __ 18 42 37 F & R Corporation __ 9.60 'i1son and Thomas who operated
Lots 31 & 32 _uu__ 18 42 37 W. E. Golden _____ __._ SHO T.\ILOREI TO MEASt'I1EHave :
a business known as "Wi1.on and

Lot 6 B:1t 1. Geiger Thomas Packing Company," not II Your Ladles' Clothes Tailored
i iI
Sub--------------___ 18 42 37 V. 1,. Geiger ___________ 3.54
Lot 1. Bk! 1. Geiger incorporated, being located at I By A Man's Tailor

Suh. _.___umm 18 42 37 \'. L. Geiger _______._.____ 3.30 Lake harbor, Florida. have dissolved I Iw
Lot 8. BIk I, Geiger .
Sub. ___mmU_ 18 42 37 \'. 1. Geiger __________ 3.20 partnership; and C. A.
Lot 9. BIk 1. Getter Thomas has withdrawn from said AL BELCIIER
Sub. _..__mmU_ 18 42 31 ,'. L. Geiger _______ 3.30
lilt 10. BIk 1. Geiger partnership: and henceforth the :

Sub. __mh_________ 18 42 31 ,'. L. GelJer -u______ 3.$0 business shall be known as 1V. R.I'i15on
Lot 11. Dllt 1. Geiger :::
: :
Sub. ._um.un__ 18 42 37 \'. L. Geiger _________ 3.3Q \\ Packing Company: and C.
Let 12. Bik 1. Geiger A. Thomas will not be connected
Sub. 18 42 .37 \'. L. Geiger _________ 3.30
uuuuu with the said business in any re.Spl'ct. -
Lot 13. BIk 1. Geiger
Sub. ..___,....___.___ 18 42 31 \. L. Geiger ___________ 3.30 .

tnt Sub.U.__Blk__--1.---Geiger------ 19 42 37 \'. L. Geiger ___.___ 3.30 This July 12, 19 6.
Lot 15. BIk I, Geiger C. A. Thomas
Sub. _____n.n ____ 18 42 37 \'. L. Geiger u_______._ 359Iot 1916
Pub. Aug. 2. 9. 16. 23. 30.
7. Bit 2. Geiger
Sub. __._____u______ 13 42 31 \'. L. Geiger _______ 3.31) 'I I
Lot 23, BIt 2, Geiger Ix TilE rmrrn COURT OF TIIF'FII'TFENTII IlolllogellizetlTitnillill '

Sub. .. ______..m_ 13 4. 37 V. L Geiger .._..__ 3i0 Jl'Dlfi flRCrT OF
Lot U Bllt 2. Geiger" I'LORIDt IXU nm r.\L'1
Sub _n m___n__ 18 42 31 \'. L Geiger ______ 420 nr.\rll rOl'sn-
S. '2 Tracts 32 k 33._ 13 42 37 Hattie Inc.. _______ 23.10 Olive Collrpr a widow.Plaintiff. :
Lots 1 &: 2. Bik 1 Salvatore : In Equity.vs. \ D 'Ii 11iAVAILABLE
Sub. _____u_ 13 42 37 1I0111s Harris ____ 4HOtnt" : No. 22.252 ;
9 &: 10. Bk: 2 Jonathan R. Hoit et al :
Frif'nd Sub __ 'n_ 18 42 31 1Jattlt' Jones ___ 1.80 Defendants.NOTICF :
Lot 8. BIk 3. Friend TO ..IPPFIRTO
Sub. ____ ______.__ 18 42 3 J. "'. Johnson ___. -_____ 423 E DO .\I.D lion and -0-.0-
N.t2 of Lot 19 and IRENE GRCB.UOH HOLT his w1fe.104j6 .
Lot 20. BIt 1. Geiger Wept Catalpa StrE't't.Chlt'ago. .
Bub. __________n__ 18 42 31 A. J. Ludeman __ 464 Cook County. Illinois: AT YOUR

Lot 9 & 10 A and part RUBY DERSOS. a single anman.ETIIC .
'It lot 7A ___u_____ 24 42 36 George C. McLarty ._.__ 6.00 ANDERSOS. a single woman. GROCERY STORE
Iota 9 &: 10 and part CLARENCE ANDER5ON; andGERTRtDE
of lot 7 _____.______ 21 42 36 George" C. Mclarty __. 40.20 ASDERSO his \rtft""
An unplattt'd triangle Rockford.
5196 tt by 8Ul tt 18 42 37 George C. McLarty __.___ 27.60 Illinois Wlnnebago County. -00LFA-
lot 2. Mclarty Sub __ IS 42 37 George C. McLarty um_ 9.60
Lot4 10. 11. 12. Me- MARGARET ANDERSON u.'JUUN.
Larty Sub. __n._._ 13 42 31 George C. Iclarty ______ 81.60 ,,
a 'idov:. 4425 14th Street North.
Lot 13. Mclarty Sub n 42 31 George C. McLarty ______ 7.36
loOt U. Mt'Larty Sub._ n 42 31 George" C. M.tarty __m_ 7.36 \'f'st. Washington D. C.: i f
Lot IS MrLarty Sub._ 13 42 31 George" C. McLarty n____ 1.36
Lot 18. McLarty S\J._ 13 42 31 George C. McLarty ______ 1.36 GtST..w NELSON and
HILDA wife.Pelvidere.
Lot 21. Mclarty Sub._ 13 42 31 George" C. McLarty 2.010 NELSO his
lilt 22. Mt'Larty Sub._ 13 42 31 George C. Mclarty -----1 2.40 Boone County. Illinois:
tot 23. Mclarty Sub._ 13 42 31 George C. McLarty ______ 2.010 VICTOR rOiSTDERO andFORSTBERG
Lot 24. McLarty Sub._ 13 42 31 George" C. Mt'Larty _u__ 2.tO - ._ his wifeiwho.e "
Lot 25. \t'Lartv Sub._ 13 4Z 37 George C. Mclarty ___.._ 420 first name is unknown).
E 41 It Lot 28. McLarty Bengstors Dalsland Sweden: and

Sub. _m____ 18 42 31 George C. Mclarty ____ 240S. Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla
and 23 -... ._.._ IS 42 37 George C. Mclarty __ 63.60 __ __ ___ her bus-
Lot 31. Poland Ridge" band 'w'hose first name 18 unknown .

Sub. .__..__ ._. m_ 8 42 37 F. M. Posteil ____.___ 21.60 ). BnUngstors. Dalslard
lilt 12. mk 5. waihtngton Sweden .
Park Sub. __ 18 42 31 A. R. Rice Eat. __ 3.60 YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE HEREBY .
loOt 20.S&Sof NOTIFIED that a suit has been I
Count' Road. and filed in the above named Court by
part ot tract 3. as in Olive Cot1t'l'r. Plaintiff. against; you. :
deet book 145 lug the defendants above namt'd. and
154 .__________u____ IS U 37 Jack Rogers _____ S520 against Jonathan R. Holt Esther Creamer II I
Bolt his wife. Jonathan Richard
Lot 18. u_____....___ 13 41 35 C\rtne-n Salvatore ___._ 196 Hot: a minor. William Colliver halt .
Tract 1 ___._nm_ 13 42 34 Carme-n Salvatore ____ 12.75 a minor. Robert Linwood Halt amino!'. !; Boys 44 GirlsGet
aM New York Life Inusrance Company.a .
7. Bk 1. Salvatore
Sub. __m__________ is U 31 Carme-n Salvatore _______ 130 New York corporation as trustee
for the purple ot obtaining a deciara.tor '
tot S. Bk 1. Salvatore ? decree with tn the P1aintiWs .
Sub. .__ .. .__._ IS 42 37 Carmtn reepeet
Salvatore ____ 331) for
Lot 13. nk: 1. Satu. ownership ot tb toUo.1nll described your Bicycle ready school with a LUGGAGE

tore Sub ___ -___ 13 42 31 Carmen Salvatore ___ 3.30 real tootatt' In Palm Beach
Lot U. Bk: 1. Salvatore County Florida: II CARRIER or BASKET
____ 42 The W..t One-half I t a) ot Let "
Sub. .h. 15 31 Carmen Salvatore ___ 3.30
Three tai In Flock Nineteen 1191
let 3. Bk! 2. Salvatore
__ ____ IS 41 31 City of Wect Palm &ot h. Florida :,
Sub n.u Carn1e-n Salvatore _______ 130 thereof Also'e Have One BOYS WESTERN FLYER
Lot 12. Dk 2. Salvatore according ta the pat! on
8'Jb. __ IS 42 31 rumpn tile In the office of the Clerk of the ''I
hm Salvatore _____ 330
Lot S _.--____________ IS 4.r. Tom E-MWt'rd ______ 21.60 Circuit Court tn and for Palm bicycle in stock
Got S.\ .. .. . ._._u_ 15 U 31 Torn :bf.Pl'Hd _u_u___ 1100 I B ieh CoontT. f1orifta. recorded In
Ely 110 U of Tract nand I Flit Book I. page 2.

tract 12 h___u_ 8 41 31 E. J Sharon _______ 41.1Q and for the further purple of obtan : In general stock we now hare five and sb: foot step
l.ot 4. Tratt 39 . .--. 1S 42 3. J.1Imntf West ______ ue taw a r ftctnlt't1oo of the wm of Jon-
LoU. ntt 3. FrlfG athan Rufus COIUft'T' dHHH' and dteraalning ladders Electric Hot Pad_ L'nh'ers31 Type Floor

Sub. ..___u______ IS 42 31 341m WashII1Eoal .___ t22a) the rights ot the Patntlft
tot 3. block 3. S.l'daI and th. Defendants to certain personal lat5, Hand Saws, 22 Caliber Repeating Hif1eSI .
Pt4ttt Rand -- a 41 31 E. \. WilaomV. _____ 31.8. property left bT the 'lid decedent I.
W f1 tat 2. n1t s.S. 1'Ot' M D EM'" OF YOlo ARE FURTHER .

Canal Point Rand I U 31 E.111a _____ L!.90 NOTIFIED ANT) REOrtRFD to.' .\ \ l'S FlilST-WE IIGIIT ILtVE IT.
I\t 4 Black 1. SiatMe file an apOf'Sr'n In ttlp call Sub. _. -.- 11 n 37 tiltih"tbroot __.___ 11.4114a a before October f 1944 In dtfa'lt: offrhtch I "
6.8.9. nit 4. a dean pm evnft o may be ese'ed ;
wltihmat Put 1IIPInct ,rut : -0-
Sub. .. -.. ----_ 11 Un: 1 B. 9deoaea1Q ___u__ Ih4A wT TFss Inv hand and the seal I of ;
I '1t 1 1oet 2. 1Vasbtteton takt (""'Jf1 at WMt him t4ntb Florida
1 453b U 31 I. 8. MeDaMJd u_ 180 tbtt 20tb day of Augtat lilt
1 1 t t. J ALIT 'R.U1'TE I

. 'attaa Put SUb -. 11 U. ,. 3. n. "tDoMId __..___. t.. Clerk of the above hart Western' Auto Associate Store
I Loc 13 Ott 4Let It ,.. .. -
t1.. 1. \\ .. ., .. .......-...... Cm1tt Court hI BYB.BUl'KftDPtMJ I

Pert M. m_..___. U D M \ \\. lawisraea __ 4.91.t OrrkJ. I. )1. LAIR Owner P\HOKEE. FLA. I

.. & UIIpL TuCel4aalar. 4rtat Wtttw tar PIIIdffM. I I Ii _ _ _
P"i">r :; : ,; :> IIIIIIt Piim Bred 4JeYt nartIIL .: AuI .... I. $3. !1. ItM

Friday, August 30, 1946 The Everglades reCanal Point, Florida Page Ewe

station :Her having been serviced Frank Rozelle, Jr., has returned attending I\., Yee school tide' i las flight instructor Headqu.utOi

many years by the Standard Oil from a vacation spent at Valley coming fall and winter. I for the company err located at the

:oL1pary. Forge Military Academy in Pen- Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Jackson andMr BelIe Glade airport, l1r. CbIden
Mr. and Irs. H. Dennison Parker nsylvania and is now attending the and Mrs. W. H, May returned said.

'IDm'er's and daughter, Sherry, Chatta- Methodist Youth Assembly at recently from a visit with Mrs. I _
nooga, Tenn., visited his brother- Florida Southern College in Lake- Jackson's sister, Mrs. Rutherford --eo--

licenses will be available in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. B. land. and family, in Georgia.Mr. Glades Schools To
Elliott here the past week. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Baker and Mrs. Jack Phil I
daily at the city hall in Pa- ns enjoyed :
hokee beginning Sept. 3, acord- Parker, a former resident of Paho- were visitors in West Palm Beach I a day at the beach at Lake Register Thursday
kee, is now of radio sta- over the weekend.
manager Worth 0' Tuesda '.
ing to an official announcement } I
made 'esterday Mrs. Marvin lion WAGC Mr. and Mrs. Casey Arnold and Basil Todd, HA :-c, son of Mr. I All classes at Pahokee and Canal -
Cowart will be in charge of the Ensign and Irs. H. D. Feuds, two children, Sarah Jane and Har- and Mrs. C. M. Todd, is ill at the Point schools will register at
permit sales.J Jr.. visited relatives in Pahokce old, of Dothan, Ala., are spending base hospital at Bainbridge Md. I the school on Thursday, Sept. 5.

T. Chance 13 the past week before going on to the week in Indiantown and Paho- Alfred Kahn, son of Mr. aniMrs. I School buses will run at the regu-

the service station now at B.operating Elliott's : Jacksonville Naval Base where heis kee pith relati\'es. In Indiantown Joseph Kahn, plans to enroll lar hours on Thursday morning

in Pahokee. The dation now stationed following his ,. they visited Mrs. Arnold's mother at Florida Military Academy, St. and registration will get underway
has garage been changed to a Pure on recent transfer from the Miami Mrs. \Y. F. Galloway and Mr. Gal- Petersburg, the first of the week I at 9 a. m. All faculty merehers -
Naval Base. loway. Elmer B. and Ronald Elliott will of the Pahokee schools will
-"'- Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Boe had as Miss Ruth Wroten, student nurse leave Monday for St. Petersburg meet with Principal D. D. Caudillon

recent guests her mother, Mrs. C. at Charity Hospital, Atlanta, re- i where they will enroll at Florida Wednesday and officers and
E. Mitchell, and her brother and turns there today after a month's Military Academ}', They will be teachers of all schools of the County .

sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J, K. visit with her parents, Mr. antI accompanied there by their parr will meet with Supt. John I.
Mitchell, cf Winter Haven: also Mrs. C. R. Wroten, in Pahokee ents. Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott. I: Leonard in West Palm Beach on

Prince TheatrePaholee Miss Mary Collar of Lantana. Enroute she will visit relatives in Mr and Irs. Horace Unwin are : Friday, Sept. 6. Following these

Miss Nancy Jo Handley and Jacksonville.Mr. spending a to-day vacation 1n preliminaries actual classroom

Miss Marian Clause have returned and Mrs. Vance Denton, North Florida. I work will start at the regular hour

Florida from a three week9' vacation spent Gainesville, visited relatives 1:1 -.- I Monday morning, Sept. 9.
.. in New York City and Washington, Pahokee over the weekend.Mr. WSCS MEETINGMembers .1.
a D. and Mrs. W. C. Hull returned I

C.Mr.. and Mrs. Horner J Clause home recently from a vacation of the Canal Point : Council Makes Two

Th Fri.September left this week two months' spent in the Carolinas. Methodist Women's Society ofI
urso- on a I Moves For Safety
Elizabeth Christian
Bowers ar- Service will conduct
cation and hunting trip to California -
rived in Pahokee Wednesday: after their September meeting ::1t the
5.6 and the Wild West. Beforelea'ing
spending the summer with relatives home of Irs. otto Coleman on The Pahok (itv Council had
Homer spent a week oiling
up his favorite shooting iron and in Onio. She will make :1er Tuesday, Sept. 3, at 2 p. m.. EST. I safety first metres: chietl1 1'1
home uita her uncle and aunt, lr. mind at a quiet :;p::ion in tL1: city
has promised his grandson, Sack ----.. .
r\td J1ra. L W Armstrong, whe I hall Tuesday niC'tt.
j to bring home a bear skin. Good I
Four Students Ordinance 183 I rohibitinJ Ue
hunting, Homer
i - ;. Mrs. Tom Ennis is expected to Solo For First Time tion of any 'J'jl iLng within ttl
return home this weekend after OPENING
a city limits ws ?aised by title"
three weeks' visit with relatives in MONDAY Four students: learning to fir only. The reason 'nt this or.hranre

I California. She \was accompanied LAWN MOWER under tuAIaa cf the Glades '\\' is that during high winds flym;
i on her trip by her niece from Belle tion company .toed for thf fi: t sheets of metal rapped off o' haild

Glade. REPAIRS time this week. The students ings constitute Lne of the ;.t>;1test -
Michael Peters, son of Mr. and Grinding work done by are: AU'rt Cowart Howard Brl- hazard to 1 u nan life dO t the

Mrs. E. M. Peters (Mary Jean machinery. man, Tu: Guthfl'<: and \\'. .\. Pai ice.1Il destruction of !.rtpe.rty.
Handley), Is ill at St. Mary'g Ho.t;. four aye lear:1mg to fly ut Jer Also a9 a safety' r.lt'asure to keep
pitaal in \\'est Palm Beach. the GI alll plan Recording to Bill: automobiles on the cit..jlek.
I I BROTHERS Golden! of the p\ation conct'rn. Police Chief .\lttl In. E. !.o.-an:

The four students were taught was instruct to place 1 chsm
Located Pahokee-Canal
corner the finer arts of flitting through across the entu'.Ct' md put ui
Point Road and Barfield
Highway the air by Gill Gilbaldon who is sign i 'No cars tllo..el: on dJ"t'X';
in Pahokee.
I connect with .ae flying concern cert on busint's. '


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Page Six The Everglades Xews, Canal Point, Florida Friday, August 30, 19-16
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on the moors of England in a matic arat in the unreeling of this
Frozen Food Locker ed. He said the plant will have
Cinematic Chatter I small Yorkshire who story.
village dream a kitchen capable? of preparing
By Malcolm Millar of being fine ladies in fine houses, See you at the movies-Mal. Planned For Tampa i. 150.000 meals a year; an ultrs-
.. .
II living lives of luxury comfort anj modern ice cream plant, 250 individual -
enjoyment.At wvda Williams Has TA PA-A completely equipped lockers of 350 pound C1-
If you attend the Prince Theatre frozen food each, bulk
processing and locker pacity a storage room
Thursday or Friday, September, last wealth does come, split- Birthday Party the first of a number of such having a 12 car capacity, a citrus
ting the two devoted sisters. Bu
5-6 will have the of
you pleasure plant under ,
construction meat
here is sectionizing plant a cutting
with their wealth disillusionment
comes -
sitting through an outstanding heart aches and awaken- Mrs. H. T. Williams entertained plants planned for construction in room meat processing room, a fish
picture, that should leave a lasting at her home on Canal Point Road Florida agricultural sections, Earl processing room and other 9imiliar
photograph upon your memory. ing.Of on Thursday afternoon of last E. Carver president of Florida features.
The picture is "Devotion". taken course after many dramatic week with a party honoring her Frozen Food Products Inc.. told Individual lockers will be ar-
from the popular novel of its time moments, many exciting scenes daughter, Lovda ,on her tenth the Tampa Advertising Club at its ranged on an automatic system
by Theodore Reeves and adapted to and some tender love revelations birthday anniversary The Will- weekly meeting. which will provide access without
the screen by Keith Winter with the two sisters are reunited, haying 'It is the cold
iams home was decorated in pinK our belief that this plantwill entering storage room.
Ida Lupino and Paul Henreid as never ceased, really to love I and green for the occasion and be of great commercial bene-
the stars with the billing and each other with deep devotion. I
top fit to farmers fruit -- ---
each guest was presented with a groweers
Olivia De Havilland and Sidney I Miss Lupino and Miss De Havil- I balloon as a party favor meat producers and others dealing -
Greenstreet in the :land rise to unprecedented dramatic -
principal sup- in food,
I Contest prizes were won by as well as to consumers
porting role. Let us not forget I heights displaying some of Peggy Lynn Shirley, Farri3 Kin.caid. who will be able to enjoy fresh I 3.IJli'OM.Y
Coleman, Arthur their finest dramatic ability.
Nancy Kenedy
Arline Raneri and Wayne food the year round at a great sav-
Dame and Victor I Paul Henried and Sidney Green-
fay Whitty
Burdeshaw < Other guests included ing by purchasing food at the
Franchen for their excellent street turn in unparalleled char-
pre- Stella Sue Barnes Nancy Hillier peak of the harvest season and I
formances.The lactterizations; that adds to their al- WEQ'E HERE
Charlotte Cate Carol Carpenter storing it for consumption during I
story concerns Charlotte ready long lists of dramatic Barbara Vertommen, Ann the off season," Carver said. 6E'OREM/RRORS
(Olivia De Havilland and Emily triumphs, and every member of Thompson Jeanine Mock Donna Expected to open about September -
(Ida Lupino) two sisters, reared the large cast display fine dra- Gail Jensen, Delorez Williams, Roy 16, the plant will be equippej WERE MAPE..ANOfA

Spooner, Ronnie May, Neil Jennen to freeze any kind of food including VE BEEN BEfORf
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: ,I and Rupert !Mock Jr. I I fish, fruit, vegetables, meats THEM EVER SIN"lirrors /
and poultry. Caner added. The
useFISHING ----
Jr ; PARTY Tampa plant will contain a variety
of novel food processing machines
A deepsea fishing party off the
PHOTOGRAPHIC COPIES such as one which will scale 1,000
I ' East Coast was enjoyed on Wednesday -
pounds fo fish hour, he
per report-
I of this week by Mr. and
Mrs. O. D. Carpenter, frs. Duncan
PAPERS Padgett, Eleanor Humphries, Peggy NOTICE TO DEALERS
Moberg. Carol Carpenter, Don- City of Pahokee will receive a
I ald Padgett, Milton Carpenter, Joy sealed bids up to 8:00 p. m. Tut's-I
I Padgett and Donald Smith. day, September 10, 1946.
: FLORIDA PICTORIAL SERVICE -....... new J2 ton pickup truck, complete,

Phone tJJG Pahokee, Fla. I Mr. and Irs. H. T WilliamCJ to be used by City of Pahokee
i enjoyed a fishing trip off the East water works department.
Coast near West Palm Beach over The City reserves the right to
__ I ) and all other
- - < .
-- and all bid
- the weekend. reject any ?
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equipment are
W. P. Walker,
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tN -I City Clerk hard to replace these days.

NOTICE TO HE.\I.EHS Have you full coverage insurance -
City of Pahokee will receive I

I 0 II I& sealed bids up to 8:00 p. m. Tues- on yours?
Il r11 G1! u combination bookkeeping and billing -
machine with a 20" carriage .
and front feell-seven 8 column INSURANCE P.\I10KEC

vertical registers and two 8 column I -- .
cross registers. This machine I II
equipped with completely electrified I

I keyboard, backspace key, date
.key, shift keys, numeral keys and .
I carriage return. This machine
comes on a steel stand with shelf. I
The City reserves the right to
reject any and all bids. j RELIEVED
By W. P. Walker BY--- 666

City Clerk C ;* I.'w orr a dc.cwdj

j 1

.' /' / \' j : Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus

1 1' 4 / -Ti I
of all sizes and varieties for I

your Selection. I


as you like it. We are organized and equipped to do :

a thorough job from plans to completion of planting !
\5 always, you are

I welcome ilt our

xrnSEUUS: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at

City Limits). West Palm Beach, Florida j

i ia

; Our Glades Patrons


Receive a high priority rating in this store. \\'e Q

are always ready md anxious to serve those who Q

busy themselves several months in the year proD

The Southern Bell family is made up of the Soutb's population when you L during food \re realize the rush during the proiJ

of a whale of a lot of folks. As far as picture each telephone member in his 0 clueing months, and make it a point to get your iJ

we know, its the largest group emown family circle and count about
to you with as little delay as possib1e.
ployed by any company in the nine four noses to the family. You see, di-

Southeastern states, reedy or indirectly, they're all inter- IT IS A GENUINE PLEASURE:

Operators, engineers, accountants, ested in giving you the kind of tele- TO HE or SERVICE TO THOSE

maintenance, construction, business phone service you want night and day. E WHO PHOnrCf SUCH LARGE QD

office and administrative personnel- Telephone people are your friend FOOD CHOPS iJH

there are 45.000 busy telephone ptople and neighbors-the kind of folks you

But that's not all. The number quickly like to rub elbows with. You always a

grows to 1.1 astonishingly large part know them by the voice with a smile

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August 30, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida rage Seven
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senior Youth Fellowship group. the group is sponsoring a series ot of general arrangements for the Masons and members of the OES
Develop Plot Into I Trees shrubbery and flow- social affairs, starting with a public affair. She was assisted by Mrs.Iva I were guests ..
barbecue on the church park -- -
ers will be planted the first plant- Snyder and Mrs. Mabel Young.
Garden Saturday, Aug 31, from 5:30 to : Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chamberlain -
Prayer ing to take place this week when Masons of Pahokee and Belle Glade i
8:30 m. The menu committee week's
p. have returned from a
Miss Margaret Anderson, chah- for this affair is composed of Murray 1 and invited friends of both the I .
man, and members of her committee visit in Chi igo Ill.
\\'e e k s, Melvin Spooner, .
The landscaping of the park at will set out some royal palms. - --
George Belk. Jr., Miss Phyllis Belk
the rear ot the Pahokee Methodist I The trees and shrubs are being:
Miss Maloy and Miss Ann
Church and developing part of it i furnished by the YE group who Evelyn
Lee Hurt. Miss Laurie Rogers is
into a prayer garden and the build-I will welcome contrebutions suit-
ing of a Youth Fellowship room I able for planting from others in- in charge of the tickets which will: I!
sell for 75 cents each. Mrs Velva: Whatever Your Plumbing Needs
for meetings and recreation on the I terested in the development of the
Elliott, senior YF counselor, will
park grounds has been undertaken project.To
as a project by members of the II raise funds for the projectI assist arrangements the committees for the barbecue.in general F! Phone J. Lee Taylor _0. 550

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Robert Morris Day

Ii Ij j i I Observed By OES 0 a Installations & Repairs

: : ROYAL PALMS FOR SALE The Pahokee and Belle Glad 0 \\'e install the kind of sanitary systems that proiJ
, Chapters of the Order of Eastern 0 teet your health and give many years of trouble-
: Star conducted their annual observance free service, using only the best of materials and
of Robert Morris Day at firlum.
I ABOUT 25 FEET TALL, DIAMETER 12 TO 18 a covered dish supper and program
held in Pahokee First Baptist fellowship -
10 $25.00 EACH hall on Wednesday night
of this week.
I The program got under way ,
with group singing followed by the !
: EDWARD OLSEN welcome address by Mrs. Floried SEA BEE and EVINRUDE
, Speer. Mrs. Ruby Bailey gave the -
: "Pl.UIOSA"URSERY response to Irs. Speer's welcome :
, '- The history of Robert Morris was OUTBOARD IT] ORS
Pahokee Fla .
: presented by Mrs. Dorothy Graham
I Irs. C. A. Ioberg sang a See them on display here today ALSO
! i vocal solo and T. E. Bush played
! I: piano. selections.Mrs. I Briggs & Stratton Air.Cooled Engines

I Jessie Barnes was in charge

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Phone 2921 Pahokee

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CUPbe lprou\ 'Is tnl: tender. Add XOW rAIL.\HLE 2.6 inch, 1.12 inch md 1.18

2 cup' \ let i mef15 mantesU ; ; ." inch SYPIIOX TYPE PCMPS
eC1nne ana 1 cup
( o1er Oleo 1 make . .:r..ir'N.a'
in to ana
CC tneat ooi sta ';
Coo't er0 corn a boil.eno Manufacturers Of I

h Nake thin PC1dd \0 t1eaQ sprouts r IRRIGATION AND Dlt\IXAGE PUMPS ;
\i water. beanwith
1 cup t1Ushtootnat and sc ebo\\\es : IIYDnAULIC MOLE nnAI\S i
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an ood.\e--
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Chinese \ :.
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!w o!1AX 1 haS ma'ledctida. lct is Your te. ,I 1 ; MADE OPT OF IRON FOR USE IX !

; r ettsl. ec tonal 00a'. TilE GLADES i iI I
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JEWELER Belle Glad, Fla.



A Servant of the Glades
JAX Beer, the mellow Drink of Friendship, does

justice to any occasion . leisure moments, get.to-

o gethers, and when you're serving delicious regional To Miami
dinners. 1oday's choice for the perfect twosome is I 4 Buses

>:1:::: JAX Boer and that grand regional dish-CHOP SUEY To '''est Palm Beach

:X St. Johns! : Daily To Ft Myers S Lakeland

'. ,. Yes, JAX, the beer of regional distinction, is I
U'u" mighty fine with your favorite dishes . just es fine

when served all by itself. JAX Beer is rich in flavor, Glades Motor Lines Inc.

Spy JAX' color, aroma, and body . four "musts" in any brew- \I I ,

) ) moster's tanguage. Today, order a truly great beer u SERVING THE GLADES"Friday

tcrfpr rt . a beverage brewed especially for discriminating
Southeasterners .

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Shelley Connell


Page Eight The Everglades ew.s, Canal Point, Florida Friday, August 30, 1946
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'" Jr.. and daughter, Gloria Miriam, I Mr. and Mrs. Alvin ArmstrCng, i ..... --
Personal Items visited her parents, Mr, and ItS. Miami, spent the weekend in Pa- : ;
John A. Dulany. here the first of hokee visiting his parents Dr. I !1
I the week Mr. Smith has purcn1.9- and Irs. L. W, Annstrong.rs. : ''I
I ed the bottling workS at Belle J. D. Anger has rturnda
Mrs. Lee Rawls was accompanied I Glade and is moving there with his from a two \\leks' visit wIth her i
home from a visit with family from Palm Beach. mother and other relatives In la- f: New Merchandise ii
relatives in Alachua by her broth. :. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jones will diana
fr-In-Iaw and sister Mr. and Mrs. visit her parents, Rev and Mr Mrs. G. M. Grimes and Miss
Louis Dempsey. S. B. Jordan, in Hialeah this w k-I Nancy Stevens have returned from !I Arriving Daily At Our Store
Mr and Mrs.
Sydney K. Smith, end. I I.I. a visit in Jacksonville.
lr.5. John Worth has retun I I
from a six weeks' visit in New
York. !

.I. Rev. and Yrs. Frank Morgan, .I i Among the many items of furniture .
Miami, visited friends here last 1
weekend. I I arriving are the following .
Charles Hickerson has retumeJ

, Many Folks and from will a visit assist in his Nashville father In Tenn.ope-, !I Ii New Living & Bed Room Furniture "

rating a grocery in Belle Glade. jMr j

i i and Mrs. A. J. Spivey and i !IIi i InnerSpring Mattresses .
daughter have returned home after ,
: Ask the city of Pahokee to spray a three weeks' visit with relatives :
I In Fort Iyers and Wauchula.Mr I II Kitchen Cabinets Gas Stoves
and Mrs. Jack Carr have
the t ov 11 for elimination of mo- have returned from their wedding [i I I

I trip to Arkar.as where they were j : Electric Ice Boxes
and said
squitoes would II
they gladly the guests (If his grandparents Dr. I
'Ii I '
and Mrs. Guise. at
They are now
; donate to the cost. Up to the present Ue home o' her parents, Mr. and I i : Oil Stoves I Ij 'I

Irs. Lee KimbIl, in Bryant.Mrs. ; II IIi
time only a handful have responded W. P. Walker is very ill at j
her home on SE Second Stree i: II II'I

to last \\'eek's call for donations. .. I '
'I Lawn Furniture il

I I Veterans Plan To

I If you desire to help your donations Attend Convention II II

,viII be gladly received at City Hall I I

Members of the Pahokee Veter- i YOU BUY
ans Progressive Organization meet i i
at the city hall Monday night to

-T. C. RICHARDSON, Iayor.' make Convention plans for to be attending held at the Hialeah VPO [I Collins Furniture Store I

Sept. 23-26 for the purpose of organizing .
I a Veterans political party

:i_ - and same.obtaining a charter for the i I Dealer for W. S. Badcock in Pahokee I
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A tentative \-'PO program for j II
I SNOW the coming year, including a mem- r I
bership drive to get every veteran I
MORE THAN EVER BEFORE In the Pahokee-Canal Point area I
to \-'PO, - -- --- -- ----
join was discussed. Ways
through which VPO can assist th+ 1- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kahn and Mrs. Pearl Agner has returned
city and civic clubs in pushing have returned home after from a visit with her son and
THE ARMY HAS A worthwhile civic projects to completion spending the summer in New England daughter-in.law. lIr, and Mrs I
were also discussed. I New York and Sarasota. Merle Agner in Indiana

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GOOD jobs in non.'ommissonrtl grades are being o
offered noc by the legular Army to qualified former:orn crl11en! go

1'rterans discharged \n or after May 12, 1915, "ho enlist .
or rt'fnli for 3 bear 111:1\ le enht1 in the non.coiiiiuissioned
grade for hidi} quahiietl, prodded this grade is not higher Flight Training
than that held :1t time of discharge, anti proiJ d that at least 6
months uf former service was in cne of .too tle ignated military
occupational specialties in v hidl tditment! is now Je ired,
Important, inlert'-ting jd.s are t'rrn in hundreds of lilli
and trades in the Army, \\ith splendid trainill and lJurational
advantages! These are in ::1IitGrl! : to fit' fnd. hou..iu, cloth.
ing, I11t'\lkal md dental: carr, l'I\\'v t ulsuranc:,

Tlwrt"s .uht'Utart'. tra\rl. ; ..
t'tIII'U: U. :' "tr end T'r..fi3hle

tieartt future in Army this tital Ht'fruiting, reali'tic Station.Ititdihts I'ruff', ifJI1, Gd full detail :1t )uur o ENROLL NOW! o

J .
ct RcguI3r Army Enlistments

1. nliatrr.nts for 1'z, 2 or J other furiough privileges tan be ob.yeah. .
(1')ear fnIistlr.t$t't'niuf'J taistcl from Rri'fuitinl 0 .ctrs.
more for men months now in c.f the a..n''e.Army) wit16 er 5. 1lutering )utraybasedupon Learn To Fly FREE...It's Easy o
length of service) to all\ men who
2. Enlistment age from IS to 31 ate discharged; to retnli.t.
yeah inrlu\\e t 17 Nit't pe4.tt'
Clnlrnt) nCf'pt for men r.In tL 6. Option to retire at ht pay
Army, who may rHo.it at any a(:., for the: ta.t d your tie after 20 Part Full Time Basis oo
and frrm..r l"n'ICe then dtr-.nd'L years'service -UlCrf8I1f11t to, three.on or
length (1f kni'f. Stiarten pay alter 30 year service. I

$. A r..nl.unICr.t bonus of SO .All(;0'.preVl... count UI tellf toward ntirt'r:1fnt.trat mIlitary I I
for each year of a""tl.rVle. Ilnct'
such bonus was last pJlo1. cr since 7 GI BIn d Rights benefits II' I
Last entry into service, provided cured for men who tnnt 00 or btforereeahstment I I C. A. A. APPROVED SCHOOL B
il within J months Otcbtr .5, 1946.
after last honorit1. diacharCf. 8. cn"kr of branch of service ]0o cD
4. A fur1'uc" for: nun we r. and o\.n'u theater (of those still
nlnt ithm 20 JI)L Full d"talla of ;pent en 3-year rnlittna-nts. I Oo


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I.A44itrtl t. Clo.l.illt, reed I..t" Sergeant k/oark S".lce S"ceLtdllf. I
.di.1 .114 C..to \f First Srgeant $16 .()J $107.25 $185.6J
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rIht; %0"1. I..m tor S.niu Sergeant . . Ire.65.00 I1 OO.'UL I
SY; II toA..b.r 01 "rrt',1 . ?'.OO 58.50. 101.25. I 0
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